M • SO—I f ti RfTRIOERATOR Out RaMfarMM ' % %  men condition Apply Dertri LIVESTOCK alUIJT. TART A HARNESS In food condition. Ming tt* r,i.rnr. Two Mile Hill, St Michael II t M -an MECHANICAL IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT L*ra> Quantity of l*a) Inch Galvaniard piping Alao Mill. 10 It Pan. IM> ft Town. *> l'h Pump and large tank Him atOI •• %  harbotirn*". Two Milr HUI rtt Mur....: H • aft -Bn On* hand operater! IIA'*ON SUriNfi MACHINE Apply B V. Scott Co. Lad Wh1tep.it* ti s MI t I n TYITAVKITEM A re-condltunert a*condhand. Portable "UndorwntfrV Applv: II.s.i H Uih-. V M.C A JO no ). .tllSCELLANEOUK Dtl.IfUH'S tit'AVA CltfLfMB Tat R> Apply Mr. Brad.ha*. Strath, DM ..*. JO> it priced U lot any rraton your llipleaH* >im. It can be returned I HOYAI. RTORK. High Street t'RJTUilTltE cuuKUUi 7 and IO Plnti capacity ili n| >eilal mN F |r %  14 M and III each reap*riiv<]> Their i.*e guarantee* M*, %  ..•vmg ol WoJcomr Bui h^ure to wu B We>t lndl Victory Tie Obtainable at !!, H AMI II in. IIReltanc* Shin rBelory UtK 'ard with fruit Ir. %  -...I. : .' B| .fc Jp %  SB HU.HWIN a rr %  %  Phone eJMfl M 5B1 \ NCHBt'RG Phone 3M3 H 111 AwSMBi lalK M • Su POK VIJ UH UM KARRIS IOW — om Ununutu ll TIIE NOOK Worthliui Via-ir Cornet. Urawim. Dlnlruj. t bedrootna. W C.; l~th: Electricity Kacelleril bua rout-.ilk ' und*raln*d Marian May Nuraa C o 1. W Clarke A C* Solicits. JBBMM Strwet Bridgetown on or b*(o> SBth day ol Nov*anbr 1RW afle, mile I .hall proceed to dl.lrlbul* Ihe aueta of Ihe deceaaed amang ti narti** entitled (hereto — havlnf r*nt .nly lo aueh cLaLma of which I aha tiro have had notice and 1 ill %  • be liable for lh* aueti or any nai l.ereof *o dl.tnbuted to .whoa* debt or claim I nall not Ihe runra had nolle*. And all peraonindebted to t' I .lute are rM(uea**d to e::. debtnaaa without delay Dated thu auth dav September 1WM MARIAN MAY NITtSE QiiallAod Ad in mint-Tin o| Ihe EaI tat* of Paler Patterxai devea-erl tr it :* %  -an I NOTICE Me Eatale of CHAItllA IKEIIIJiKK SKIJ.TE NOTICE IS HEHT.BY GI\tN that all peraoni having any debt pf claim upon M >f7eci|ng the r>tala ot Ch-rlr. I Itedrrlck Skce'e lat* of Mile and a gtuuter In .n* pariah ' ItXRU *• hcrob.required to vend In particular* of ideir rlalnU dulv atteMed to me h rhanl* 1 Aiuruatuf Skcele co Mreari H.mii. PUBLIC HEALTH ENOINEERINO STAFF DOMINICA VACANCY TOR FIELD TECHNICIAN Applications jre invaed lor the post of f. Raff, Dominira *;2U X S COM Ol IIVIPC kllMBkaM* .-f 15 r ; tlr,i, sthSd nnMii* 9 .'kiwincf. at local rales is payable and Ihe stiree-mful in.plic.iil will IKrequirerl %  MflfJ ronik) Ix" ashed to fd|ii a cunli id to Biff. l>eeember 1953. :( Applicant* khoutil pOaVMSi BRBJ knuwlcdne of engmc.iiii*. %  in*s IB i"iljn;i control mmmttm, land and house i diainafe and should Uin possession of Ihe Cambridge Senior School i labour would be an advaniaicc. A The commencing salary may b* 5*rl4 | ., of pro-f batlon three months" depending on qualifications. 5 Applications should be accompanied by. If possible inoni.il from .member of the Public Health Kn.inn-ring | %  %  laler than iSth Oetolwr. 19S0 HURRICANE WARNIN0B IT HAS BUN vtal ol tinM,. %  %  ., Uannnu tinIflaWa niiniltc ii.'.ii>..;. 0Vl ,I |i.i, hour. If t-l' i>whin it is BOHlblg to give the \.ill bf) blown continuously for IbrtM mlBUtM N 'i uj Application for Admission to Universities and Colle^vn in the United Kingdom — Session 1951—U 'im-.odatioti .it raautUtag rroa %  %  outthtint the Hi ., % %  .1 %  I %  i. abtlits such .•* a Orad* I Bcbool CaiilWuairi BIKI ; %  %. ible for niakniL i nodaUon 3. Bt Hi n La iiio f i i Ihaao b and ua^Oaawnd m tn i\ersilles and Colleges, as cvci loHeaes and poi.Mi-.iuih>; ..noncctwelad dilncull to gain admission la LIMBI without due notice in the proper i Forms M %  •' DV ioin|iU-tiil in ttlnUoMa, ii ls :-t;iry, Student Advisot i ctmipleted and lav, (he lfh of Oefnher, IBM) M I "All K.-iilulii.ns 1 or BritMl Cmiiiril Schol;ir>hi-.v The Council offoi Kbaalarabipi to overseas student %  %  %  on or befote the 30ih day ol November IMO. afler which dale i %  ball proceed lo dutilbute Ihe atari.< of Ihe aald Fatal* among the palliei m tilled thrrrlo hating rrgord i.. fhiCrbla and claim* only of which I h:.i. Ilien have had notice and thai I ahall nol be liable for the a<*ta -. di*!niut*i lo any prraon of wbot*> delil or claim I aMdJ .">' talVB bM BfrtlM I UM I a* of euch dlatrlbutlon And all peiaona indebted to the nald eetat* ar* r*queot*d to arti %  .. iiuK without dolay Dated thin 4th di> of Krnirnilicr lb— N. A SKEETE 01 Char In Frederick Skfrte, daieaaea TI 9 SO A., TAKE NOTICE at Un dom. 2. Tbe awards are malnb 'or men und woinen who have already gUCCBaalftl %  or who have iu-h!!cjtioii*. Pnlaranca b sama It dates between 25 and 3S years of age. 3. The scholarships urt normally Un OH It ulslllk jreai ol 14 .•.irs, aetoioing lo the duration of the approved course of lUad id (M bg oihi-i Scholarships an ided. nnd in view of the dimeulty of oblainlng places in Brltl chances seam lo be somewhat in favour of those who wish to study subjects as may be studied in non-University institutions. It Is possible that this year consideration may be given to a competent candidate who wishes to study public finance, Including lotul Government prailire in the United Kingdom. 4. A full scholarship Is Intended lo cover all expenses of maintenance and stud,, and Includes fares, fees, personal maintenance, a grant lor books and apparatus ol it 10 per annum and approved travelling expenses In the Untied Kingdom The malntcnam < %  .illowance varies between JL25 and £35 monthly according lo the seniority of the scholar and the place in which he Is studying. Where scholars aia la ., position to do % %  to ctntribuU lo tha 5. Scholarships m> DOl* OB the recommendation of the Council Representatives overseas. 6. Conditions of Tenure (a) A scholar must spend the whole of his scholarship period In the United Kingdom and must undertake to return lo his own country at the end of this time (b) A scholar may not take paid employment without Ihe consent of '.lie liiunul, wbJcb 'Mil be granted only in exceptional cases. (ct A scholar must follow the ionise of study approved by the Council and ab.de by Uyj rule! of the University or ollivi L which he is placed. (d) Scholars may not brlnjt theii wives or families with them to the United Kingdom. 7. Method of Application. Further information and application forms l'he British Council, "Wakeflcld", Bridgetown These application forms musl be completed ii supporting documents before 6th October, 1H50. CaVedldatai moiiirnended by local .election n required tn supply five (5) sets ol ;.U rjocumi required to submit a medical certificate of lit: A lli htiull pn*>e-' Road. Camiigton %  Village PtTc. laatrM dollar* itl.luBOSi > %  iMrlar a *an apply to U'Arey A Si-oil Magannr 1nr SSaV-ftn WAUHOUSE With ah*p *• ..l w-1— and elaMrtclty aMtaileat Apply W P I.C.L Prize Brawiag SELLERS of tickets for Ihe raffle of 0M Raleigh Drawi labour Dl ir* remindnl to return ail 11 Lavagua Veielw ft in the Draw. Tickets will be sold in UtKen's Park at the Bid H i BOOTH on %  nm mis i In m* .l##roe#ft* ... IT PAYS \oii(i; NO arTH I I vi -i .. \t 1 MM / %  MI usi ii-mii IM.A.N.K. U-Si nr WEUUNGTON .n.ui. I -r >7lh i .11 *alU Ft**maii I aasj H aat*la t ag aaX*taaatoei 11 %  rvonpnrt Seaitember lath. Melbourne i e, J*1li SC|itemhei urbane Ofrf I Bkl al Uai .•lo* No.rmbor 41h i MJ have aniplr ipace h>. aaal general largo %  gk bill* .>i %  llilll-h Uulana. Winl -rd and IrrwiM HUndi i ..I Hi iii.ii %  spaii lI WITHY A CO. LTD. Timldad. II W I and DA COSTA A CO. t*T> lit I...1.. BW.I T>ie M \ UH %  i Si. Vim Grenada | % %  %  acv.pl i ... %  ... l -i %  i*nt. and A i • ill I... notified H W.I., sehooiM-TyiT-i"ner. Aaau. tine). 'lei NO, 7 COOSfJtsamAhip Qo 9M \l* USL1ANS % % %  .Ml aa Art. N.O. n a— aalla N.. I.t SWptanibrr Sl(l September OIK SI'KItiHTSTOWN & SIX MKNS BKANCHES will be closed for STOCK-TAKING TtttttdftJ 9rdai Wcdncaduy 1th and Thursduy ISth. Octolwr. Will our riuntalion Friends und Customers please arrange their shopping and orders accordingly. II A 4. ii\lll\Ml I III. IANAI1UN MJIVIIT 1411. Heptember aWv St la.wienre .st LawrsraM Thaae vaaaela have limited pau> na|*r • %  rommodallo WHY SUFFER WITH INFLUENZA? II la .1 MI, .-I..Hlo Iritle with Influensa. vr yourself the r n age of thla dlaease by Uklng :— •RECTORS INFLUENZA MIXTURE" ,\H : follow-up altrr Fever use .-. attack of Influ "RECTORS FEVER MIXTURE" Thl* product U specially prepared lo enable you lo resist and art lid of Malaria and other Fevers. in,i.m ,1,1, ,t Booker's (BWMI Drug Stores Ltd. Brldirlown and Haatlnis lAKPII.V I ll \KM \t > HARRISON LINE Reply I : IT I" |,l \S1I I. on lo Hd*rk> pe Atao draintuClerk SecrMary i Stenographer In > XBY C o Adv., 30 • SO MISCELLANEOUS INDIVIDUAL COACMIIto bv Enali Unlvemlly Graduate School CrtS-a and Commercial Proof Reading. Tpti and Stencilling efficiently and quick executed MIMI OOODINO — Tel rBM PERSONAL PLAYER'S CLIPPER #*. The fvibllc are herebv ai giving credit to my wlh IimiiriP nee Griffith of Pat I-iiradlie Rd. Ch, Ch i a. 1 niyartf mporuXN* for her elae contracting any debt try name unlcaa by a wi %  ..lined b> I ti !. %  < BAB laJdge s, : HB4KY HAB04J) R1MH %  Land, T*a MUr Hi Bi Micha; lOCISk' Greenhll I. Barbados lu* appneo i ii not hold lion of a trade mark n anyon* Regutcr in connection debt, in anal Mil he entlUed %  ama attar on* *k*BU of M eplemb*r 11 Ihe The public are hereby warned giving credit to my wife IlaaVtUETTA Pl'CKRBfG mag a* I do nol hold myaar or anyon* else contri or debt* In my name ur 1'ider Mg'ied by me %  Sfd I POBKtT ijftnt'RN PlTKIU.siBay Lamd. Ind Avr Berble. Rd The public ar* I credll lo my wlf* Jordani a. 1 do •ponilble for bar or anyon* el** i t nitiii| "iv debt or debt* In my n nnl*ai hv a wrillen order ngm-d hall nolle* In dupuci „f oppoaltloii of I at m* ofHcr Dated thu SOth day S unlea* ~ al ii v •uch r*latraii.„ be aren en arm %  HEADMASTER OF SECONDARY SCHOOL BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS. Applications are Invited for .ippointineni lo tha post masler of the Virgin Islands Secondary School 2 The post, which is pensionable, carrlai .1 WmUtry of £490. £475 x 25—525. Quarters are nol provided Non-peiu-ioiuililiM • ol living allowanees re being paid at rale* which would givs)fUli* oifl.ei i: 187. 10. p.a. at a salary of E450 and £215. 12. 8. pa. al the maximum oil intnient will l>e on probation for one year. i School, which lias H pupii-s, ihe major! %  i %  %  In thi Praitdnii>. H ..; %  .:. for tba t-'aiiibMdfi BVenool Cft %  %  I ( r girls which it is hoped to open In IMI. The H Ik laqulnd not unly toperfoii-' DMB dtitii it al* to lupervije tha cotiduol of the hostel (which will h.i\itton) and !< %  perform ine admi:. I %  • %  .msing ftoin his being the head of lb* DeuarliDent ol S-. i rcatlon The teaching staff consists of three Assistants and a Domestic Science ten %  4, Applications should raa> I LtHB Virgin Islands, not later than 30th November IMO, They rtaOUad I age, educational qualification!;, exp^Tience, special subjeils and in( candidates .and should ba %  CCOWpgnlad D) COpht Of testimonialCarvdJ ih %  "" %  |l .„,.:,. SO B.M In OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM Veiwt*| From i BalPLI ABCH" M/braugh ft Laoodon SirilONIA" .. London %  lEOl OGIST l.iv.-.,.ol 1.'.' 1YDCREST 1 Lea.** Dae 1 Barhado* 5th Se| titih Bapt 4th Oct. 0th Sept lit:, Oct. Kith Oi \ HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINQD0M V.—: Tor Cloaca In Barbados %  %  RBST" Jl NBCIt r:s-[ Mid Oi %  %  LlVei pool luiUier infornialio'i apply lu— DA COSTA & CO., LTD.— AgenU NOTICE WWMOUW This is lo notify our customer:; that our GARAGE will be closed for STOCK-TAKING ON Tuesday 3rd — Wednesday llh AND Thursday 5th October. FOR SALE sad An*** Mm APPOINTMENT OK KEEPER OF CLOTHING GENERAL HOSPITAL. Application me invited for the peiuNonable pofH ol I. clothing, Genaral lifaapUal i ol si.usc rising b) increments of $48 to $l,S(Mi. 2. Ai W ,II %  ; %\ wild haw %  tent dressmakers wiih | parrlatOO ol UM work ol a large staff) %  .esses and washers. The.v should ! %  fjompi tent lo keep records of the work done In the Dapaftl %  il,|, • ,i t&V stock*.. Appoliitiiieiit will r on pnbateon tor ha faai in UM But instance. 3 Applications: on forms fftrtaltiaMi li'-'i' UM %  eral Hoapttal ihould be fX ifr Wa u?dad to bin riot latar than the 3ist el CXtobei 30 W Bring English Thoroughbred RatM >' %  or Trlmdnil QLAD I VI S-Mt IK.AII l.MRAMIM. Ion r.'. inill MISTII' f.KIAT EASTERN Baeb £ %  \ \IA\IN \M> AliTOWINTER—Each 1475 also — IIIVMII I I.I TEE. HVCIIAN, SHAIII'Eltl., >l \<.l( EMM TIIE MEAK1 TANVHKYN, KIVEIl EI.OW Apply. O P. BENNETT. South CHURCH OF GOD NEW TESTAMENT CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD W'irtoritt Strwt — f trittf$4>tittrn The public arc rerrtay warned igaimt iivlng credit to mi ife IUI.OCR CO>HXIX inee Plgotti ai I do M -i""! n vtell reapnn*lble for liar or anyi el** contracting any debt or debu my name unlna by a ITT* • tfned by m* Strd Joexpli i alack Bock. Near Th* Mom NOTICE i lor th* POM %  th* Pariah of fu Fhi'i*. v. Ill N retelved hr me not later !"•" Saturday Tib October IfaW Appi:-*-t> %  h Blnn CertlrVate. Me-tlc-.i ("erlifU.it*. and Teallmonlal*. and have j leneral %  r-iwledj* of Boolik*eping rtuce*aafUI Appli. the Pariah, and be prep-. up dull** on tit* JSIh of Oetobar. 1*BU All application* to b* ar: O D. GAKNHt Eaqr MC P Sfarchlteld St Philip SUPERVISOR OF EDUCATION. BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Applications are invittd Cot appoiniment lo the DOM of Supei Education, British Virgin Islands. 2. The post, which is pel rTeta a salary of C40B jj—500. Quarters an Non-pension al of living allowances are being paid at rates which would give this ofluer £168 15 p.a. at a salary ot C*W arid £208. 5 p.a. at the maximum of the scale H. required to keep a horse, in respect of which he will be eligible lo draw a travelling ;.!lowin to advlst the school management on policy and curricula, (c) to train teacher and to supervise (in consultation with a local commi" Road Town library and raff services throughout 4 Applications should reach the Commissioner island*, nol latar than 3oth November, IMO. They should *hr clearly ihe age, educational

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Saturda

September

1950

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TWO HOLIDAYS

NEXT

WEEK

One For Cricketers

"THERE will be two holidays next week, the
usual first Monday in October. and Tuesday

(October 3). The West Indies Cricketers are due!

to arrive on Tuesday and the Governor-in-
Executive Committee have decided that the day

of their arrival in Barbados be a Public Holiday.
The Barbados Cricket Association received a cable yester-
day from Captain Roberts of the S.S. Matina accepting an
invitation to a welcome luncheon to the team at the Marine
Hotel and informing the Association that the Matina will



arrive in Barbados at 10 a.m

Bevin Favours
Crossing

The Border

NEW YORK, Sept. 29,

British Foreign Minister Ernest
Bevin said here today he favoured
United Nations forces in Korea
crossing the 38th parallel.

He was leaving by the “Queen
Elizabeth” after attending the
Foreign Ministers Conference here
and the United Nations Assembly
at Flushing Meadows. .

“If you proceed to deal with
Korea as Korea and if you want
a United and Free Korea the 38th
parallel almost automatically dis-
appears” he told newsmen,



Bevin said: “The more frontiers|
you get rid of the better it is. }
“There should be no artificial
perpetration of a division iatenen|
North Koreans and South Koreans,
They are all Koreans”.
Bevin said that he could not
comment on the Foreign Ministers’
meetings because they were secret.

“But,” he conceded, “a founda-
tion has been laid for development
of the defences of the Atlantic
community. Patience is necessary,
for that development will not be
a spectacular or headline job.”

—Reuter.



T'‘dad Wili Have
“Family Quiz”
For Cost Of Living Survey

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 29.

Trinidad’s statistical depart-
ment plan conducting a “family
quiz”, as part of the cost of living
survey duriag the second week of
October, according to J. H. Steer,
statistician.

The survey carxied, out by 76
“interviewers” at the 200 polling
stations set up for the last general
election in widely scattered areas}
throughout the colony, including
inaccessible North Coast Districts
which are mainly agricultural, as
well as the oilfleld, and rice belts
of St. Patrick, and the sugar belt
of the Central Caroni Plan.

Each interviewer handles three
districts covering 25 families in-
cluding the family head.

The questionnaire will include
data about the living accommoda-
tion, rental or property owner-
ship. The salary or wages earned,
employment, type of employment,
Steer feels that the survey will
reveal data important for future

planning.
—Can. Press.





AT HAMLET



. on October 3.



The team, with a Reception
Committee who will meet them
on arrival in port and accompany
them ashore, will disembark at
the Chamberlain Bridge and be
conducted through a_ pathway
lined by cricketers to a Dais to
be erected in front of the War
Memorial.

His Excellency the Governor
has graciously consented to be
present at the Dais when the

West Indies cricketers arrive and
to present the address of welcome
to Captain John Goddard

His Excellency will also attend
the Luncheon to he held at the
Marine Hotel in honour of the
cricketers.



Truman Thanks
MacArthur

WASHINGTON, Sept. 29.

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to General Douglas Mac Arthur

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REDS FLEE FRO)

TWELVE 8TU
versity Golleg> of



Police Build
Up Forces
In Austria

AGAINST PRICE WAR

VIENNA, Sept. 29.
The Police were today making

his congratulations on “the victory ; most of the lull in Austria’s “Price

which has been achieved
your lead in Korea”,

under

“Tam particularly impressed by

the splendid co-operation of our!

Army, Navy, and Air Force and
I wish you would extend my
thanks and congratulations to the

Commanders of those services, My | ¥!th

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War” to build up their forces in
key areas, They have threaten-
ed “severe punishment” for shop-
keepers who raised their prices
beyond legal limits in an attempt
to check “panic buying”
The Police are ready to
any fresh outbreaks

deal
to-

thanks and the thanks of the peo- | morrow when Communists, who

ple of al] free nations go out to! *%¢

your gallant forces—soldiers, sail-



leading strikes and protests
against the Government’s plan to

ors, marines and air men-—from | raise prices, have summoned a

the United States and the other | meeting
« ROUIER,... Lemmre wor” ivereases, but demon>
strators claim that these are not

coumtries fighting for freedom
under the United Nations Banner.

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Red Chiria Invited
To Council's

On Formosa

FLUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 29,

The Security Council to-day
voted by seven to four to invite
Chinese Communists to take part
in discussions on the Formosan
problem.

The Council also adopted the
Ecuador proposal to defer delib-
eration of the problem until
November 15.

Yesterday the Council defeated

Ecuador’s proposal by one vote.

Ecuador had moved that the
Chinese Communist delegation
attend and that the session to

discuss the complaint of Ameri-
can “aggression” in Formosa be
postponed.

Dr. Tsiang said that there had
always been a difference of opin-
ion on the question of what was
procedure and what was substan-
tive He said that it had been
decided at the San Fran:
cisco Conference to have a pre-
liminary vote on just that.

—Reuter.

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PREMIERE







MRS. SAVAGE receives a bouquet from Gillian Reed when she
attended the Premiere of “Hamlet” at the Globe Theatre last

night. (Left to right) Mr. Maurice Jones, Miss Reed, Mes
A.W. L

and His Excellency Mr

Savage
Savage.

enough

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in Vienna of shop-
stewards from all over Austria.
The Government has also de-



ta
of living.

The Socialist-leq Federation
of Trade Unions which is a party

eover the rising cost

Talks to the Wage and Price Plan today

branded the shop stewards’ meet-
ing “Communist swindle”
ind urged members to keep away
trom it.—Reuter,

as a



BOAC Starts
New Carib
Service
rom LONDON, Sept 3h

via the
Chile

A new
London
Santiago,
day.

Flights will be
weekly with calls
Nassau and Kingston

service from
to
on Tues-

Caribbean
begins

made
at

twice
Bermuda,

The total journey will occupy
just over two days and the service
will be operated
tion Aircraft.

with Constella-
With the introduc-

of this service the York
raft at present operating be-
een Santiago and Nassau where
they connect with the existing
B.O.A.C. Central Atlantic Con-
stellation services will be with-
crawn,

Two other weekly B.O.A.C
Constellation services will con-
tinue to serve the Caribbean Area
one operating from London to
Havana and the other from Lon-
don to Jamaica both via Lisbon,
the Azores, Bermuda and Nassau
Jn addition toe this service com-
meneing on Tuesday, B.O.A.C
had been hoping to start another
new direct London-Trinidad link
before the end of the year.

tion





I understand that difficulties
have now arisen however and it
unlikely that this

service will commence before 1951
if at alk ,

Swedish Village Slides Into River

STOCKHOLM, Sept. 29.
Women cooling breakfast
sereamed in terror today when
their homes began to fall in the
landslide which swept the whole

village of 2,000 people nearly 4
mile into a river.

More than 100 were missing
tonight, feared dragged into the

river with crumbling masonry

Only one was officially reported
killed,

Thousands of slimy tons of cla)
subsoil soaked by rain carried with
it 40 three storey blocks of flats
housing 500 railway station and
workers houses




Mothers who scrambled out
their homes collapsed about then
lithered weeping around _ the
debris crying out for their children





I grabbed my four
son and tried to run
t house was gallop-











ing madly towards the river, Then

t stopped with a jerk. The front
t in tw and we walked out

unhurt through a big crack.”

THIRTEEN FLY

ET TE re



DENTS from Barbados and one from St. Lucia left yostérday by B.W-1.A. for the Uni
the West Indies in

Jamaica,

U.S. Want To :
Strengthen World

Agreement With Soviet Union
Hoped For

PRESIDENT TRUMAN

many parts of the world.

“This policy holds out hopes of an eventual agreement with | ‘!'@ alse

the Soviet Union,” the State
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Butlin’s Liquidation |

Case October 19

NASSAU, Bahamas, Sept. ‘25,

Chief Justice Oswaid Bancroft
will hear a petition on October 1) |
for the liquidation of the debt- |

ridden resort holdings of Billy |
Butlin, former Canadian resideni |
who founded a vacation villag:

here,

The announcement came two
days after the liquidation order!
was applied for by Symonette
Shipyards, creditor to the tune Ot)
$4,760.

Total claims filed against But-
lin’s Ltd amount to $1,696,800

Justice Baneroft stayed all Court

actions against Butlin until th
October 19 hearing

In London last week, share-
holders were joid that if the com-

pany could not raise $2,240,000 in
two weeks, it would be in danger
of liquidat.on

—C.P

U.S. Ship Hits Mine;
Nine Killed

WASHINGTON, Sept, 29,
The American Navy reported to
day that its destroyer “Brush” hit
a floating mine in the sea of Japan
on Wednesday killing nine men
and injuring 10. Five others are





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through his State Department |
to-day declared that the cardinal policy of the United |
States in 1950 was to help create situations of strength in

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WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 |

} terms

Homage To
San Martin
Smashed By Englishman

BUBNOS AIRES, Sept. 29
The Argentine Congress stood ir

| College through a decree of forma

terv¢

ntion, also called fort
rious other acts of “vindication’

rom official and semi-officia
odies here

On Sunday morning units oi
immed forces, high officials and
labour leaders will gather at the

bust
by the Minister of Education, Dr
Mendez Samta who last night

tppointed Inspector Aul Urdawp-

eat of learning with a view to its
‘total reorganisation.”

The hame of the master alleged
io have smashed the bust at the
seginning of this month was Ed-

a short while age aboard the
Alcantara, His English national-
ity was emphasised

While Congress was rendering
1omage, a National Commission o!
Homage to San Martin met in a



pecial session and issued a note
repudiating the action of “an
English subject” in the strongest

The Supreme Couneil of



o

Department added. |
The declaration was contained
in a.new publication entitled :
“Our Foreign Policy,” prepared so
tat the American people might
have u Simple and clear statement
of “Waat we are after in our re
athens vwith
tho peoples’, .
President Truman himself
wrote the foreword to the pub-
lication, making it clear that it
was prepared at his direction
The essence of the United
States foreign policy was de-
fined as “to remain a free and
independent nation and to help
other peoples to achieve inde-
pendence and enjoy the fruits!
of freedom"
Peaceful
In a statement outlining the
peinciples on which the foreign ;
policy of the United $tates is built, |
iyuman said
‘We are a peaceful people and

People

we want to get rid of wars and
iwie threat of wars. “We have a
cumparatively high standard of
living. We want to raise that

standard so that everyone in the
United States will eventually have
the ¢hance to earn a decent and
secure living,

‘We are a friendly people. We
have no traditional enemies and
we want to be on good terms with
every other people.”

Stressing the number one policy
of building up situations of
stvength in many parts of the
world, the State Department said :
“This policy involves action to
carry out the Charter of the
United Nations so that the United
Nations organisation may serve as
a powerful bulwark for peace and
a deterrent to aggression. It in-
volves action under the Charter to
build up and pool the military
defences of the United States and
other free nations.

‘It involves action to weld free
nations together politically and
develop collective policies for a
constructive dynamic peace

jt involves economic action to
enable free nations to produce,
trade and prosper so that their
peoples will see in voluntary co-
operation the promise of a better
life for themselves and _ their
children

“Finally it involves action to
promote the flow of ideas, and in-
formation to people, and goods to
and to





‘o all people on both sides of the
jron Curtain.” —Reuter.



HOUSES SWALLOWED UP

had just finished cooking break-
fast when she heard the crashing
and tearing loose. “I thought thai
the end of the world had come
The house began to sway and th
plaster to fall from the, roof”.

This afternoon only a _ gian!
yawning canyon in the mud—
200 yards deep and 15 yards across
—showed where the industriai
village of Surte near Gothenburg
was.

But nearly a
swollen rive:
by rubble that had
village. Some houses
some toppled on their
some poised drunkenly
river

Surte’s
right way

mile away the
Goeta was dammed
once been a
fell apart,
ides

over

and

the

railway station
up under the
Firemen hacked through the
—the only part showing—to get
the stationmistress out

The of tons of cla; e

tood

waters





roof

ands

the river to all shipping. Tonight
the river was still rising and
engineers thought they might have
to dynamite a passage for flood
waters to avert worse landslides.

Gas, water and electric mains
were ripped from the ground and
knotted like knitting wool. Escap-
ing gas, jetting water and loose
live wires, gave the mud-
plastered ruins an after-air-raid
jaok

Dykes Go Up

Crying terrified children ran
around searching for someone they
knew while distraught parent
called out to prevent them falling
ito deep cracks in the mud

More than 400 troops moved
to help police and firemen search



” survivors while lookout
atched the rising river for fear
f new slides. Other teams rushed
p wattle dykes to try to check th



other) governments | wreath on San Martin's tomb irr)

[term



‘he National San Martinian Insti
met and drew up
‘rrangements for Sunday's cere-
mony at the College

Occurring in the “year of San
Martin the liberator” the incident
iroused the strongest passions,
Police in one Buenos Aires pre-
cinet have already taken up a
collection with a view to laying a

the Cathedral._-Reuter.



New Members
Elected To

Y ° °
Security Council
FLUSHING MEADOWS,
Sept, 29
Holland and Brazil were today
e ected members of the United
Nations Security Council,
Srazil replaces Cuba
Holland, Norway. They will take
heir seats in January for two-year
terms. Brazil received 57 votes in
the first ballot in the Assembly
voting, and Holland 47, each ex—
ceeding the necessary 40 votes,
Voting for the third member to
fill the vacaney when
expires on December 381

between Turkey and Lebanon,

Advocate

————

“SOU

tS

‘Congress Pays

j

| South Korea ‘within 24 hours’’, their Intelligence

College for the unveiling of a new)
Peron will be represented)

iNeta to take control of this British | a

vard Simpson who left Argentina |

j

and Send a cricket team to tour South :

Egypt's} South Africa,

went into the third secret _ TT

In the first, Turkey received 32

vctes, Lebanon 36, Sweden 20
Yemen 2, Bolivia 1 and Burma 1
—Reuter.



Reds Resume
Go Slow Tactics

BERLIN, Sept. 29
Soviet authorities today e-
sumed their go slow policy on
inter-zonal road traffic between

Western Germany and West Ber-
lin. Early this morning Soviet
zone border guards at Marienborn,

he Soviet border checkpoint on
the autobann, began to check
meticulously lorry freights bound

for Ber'in
Officials
checkpoint of

of the British
Helmstedt reported
that by noon today 180 vehicle
were piled up waiting for clear-
ance by Soviet guards

West Berlin political observers
believed that this new Soviet pin-
prick policy was part of an attempt

border

try Fair opening on Sunday
(Reuter.)



waters.

. Geologists feared widening
eracks around the wrecked build-
ings might open up and swallow
rescue teams.

A three mile
thrown around
sightseers away.

Eye-witnesses told some fantas
tic stories

Passengers on a bus which just

line
the

of
area

police

kept



missed the big slide said: “We
looked around and saw that a
football pitch which had been
submerged by rains had been

lifted up high and dry by sliding

clay”

A passenger on a train which
escaped said: “the road suddenly
split in two under the nose of a
cyclist. He jumped off and escaped



before the road was carried away
Then it buckled up into the air.”

A goods train standing on the



siding dropped into the water with
a splast The sidings became a
sted mass of rails forming a

erazy chasm 200 yards square.
— (Reuter.)

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TH KOREA

U.N. Troops Push On
Towards 38th Parallel

WAEGU, Sept. 29.
SOUTH KOREAN troops may reach the 38th
parallel, the dividing line between North and

Chief Brigadier General King Men Bong said
today.
American Army Officers thought (iat thoy might
get there “within 3 days’.
! $onth Kéreans who hold the line from the east
| coast were last reported 45 miles from the border.



silent homage to General San They have recaptured Pyongchang and Kaltamni
Martin last night following the N ; i
lisclosure of the English Master: 45 and 50 miles respectively from the border. |
\t St. Georges College, the lead There was no indication what
f British ahah in : South wate these armies will do when they
\merica, that he iiad smashed the l IN. Forces paneed the 3m parallel cea a
ust of the Nat ey are keen to swéep into Commun-
} he Deident waa tea to de-4 list-held North: Korea, William
mands to take control of thd: | Parrott, Reuters correspondent

ill UO l y
W Ai

t t with frontline troops
Americar Eighth

reported





An Arn
i spokesman said to-day there }
Korea no news as to whether retreating
Communists ere ing Os
~SYNGMAN RHEE | the border’ and) san
Big Communist forces are be-

lieved to have escaped into North

By ROY MACARTNEY
: Korea already They fought a

Sept. 29















|

General Arthur who tocay | well-planned delaying action in
inded over the civil Governn | Seoul before withdrawing to the
oe ae Presiden: | nerth American and South Kor-
the South Korean resi | f a: tacday’ matin
‘ Rhee in Seoul left un- | Ca forces were to-da : K
jall accessible peaks in the rugged
| Ww the question whether | ville cradiing the cit
1 « VOU ere z rm : i. ae
} Wed i tions forces would “a Scattered shooting till going
e 36th parallel! and unify ) ” in the. city. but work of
! Korea sut Preside: } leaving up the rubbl ws begun
neman Rhee ked after the | there. was littl to liberate”
tmony whether the Unitec} Almost half the city was “blotted
tions! Woops would eros thy nuit.” and the strects are a tangle
mor dividine line betweer}of ruined house ind shattered
forth “ned Satith Ropes i’ |elephone poles
I trys the alm ef this, wag] Hundreds of civilian dead stilt
hat
here no Bb parallel ic under mountains of Wreckage
» old U leacdquarters ts
During the handing-over cere The: ole N. Headquarters t :
}heap of rey rubble and black
in the National Assembl moulceying mbar Charred
hamber where the People's Cop | Siccex mf United Nations docu
littee of the short-lived GOMm~ | jonts drift acre the ground
at ’ . tle ‘ ’
pene re thei “bs we eas f ‘The Commun looted civilian
yan a week ago shoe hit’ | ays aia even took away the
id that he hoped General Maes } south Horean walei beer be«
\rthur leadership would take ore they left
Korea to “that national unis Advancing South Korean arm-
which is the hope, dream and un- | es are capturing a growing nume-
lelCing determination of every | ver of twinks and artillery, They
jtrue Korean,” ounted 42 medium tanks, seven
~The most fanatical Communis!; 18 guns and about 100° lorries
nust now realise there wa only | yesterday on . one road rhe
he question of haw anany Com.) American Sth Air Force saw a
wurtisterqwill chidase to die “anct} nie renin oh t nepealentincus
s§ an T € or bY yar
how many will choose to suryendew St cai 1 * ab e ‘a a wae eae
' . é aone
‘and live,” the President continued, ; “WP Tecate
| He declared that “complete” All organized Communist re-
ier 1 ,| sistance broke to-day in the First
| victory was in. sight and caller

lve
| “avalry Division seetor and pris-
|

ion the Communists to surrender.”

mers came tumbling in in hun-
—Reuter. dred:
One Division after driving 180
ee TT niles north frem the Naktong

Hiver in five days and linking up
vith elements of the Seventh
infantry Division from the Inchon
bridgehead has now been drdered
to stop its advance and consoli-
date,

North Korean troops eut off and
isolated by the division’s massive
thrust, have melted away into
wood and shrub covered hills,

Americans have eneountered
little or no resistance for the past
three days.

About 2,000 ragged, half-starv-
ed North Koreans have been
rounded up in the past 48 hours

—~(Reuter.)

New Zealand May

“
r

JOHNANESBURG, Sept. 29.
New Zealand is to be invited to |

Africa and Rhodesia during the |
1963—54 season, This wag decided
at a meeting of the South

Cricket Board of Control here to-
day, If the invitation. is scones
it will be the first time a New
Zealand cricket team has visited
—(Reuter,) |





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One Killed As|
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_ One passenger was killed andj} ' a | gike
; five others injured when a Works | Lies 1% et
and Hydraulic Department truck | A “f dk Br
loaded with workmen ran off the} | ‘wd oe ie ie z
north coast road on the way back | - f *
from Maracas Bay on Thursday; | 1 ae ve ae nme
latternoon. and plunged over al ts proved value in checking infections, Sa”
| precipice somersaulting a half mile) — 7 ___ illness, severe colds and sore throat make
} down the valley LISTERINE Antiseptic”'a Trusted Friend of
Only one man on the truck, an the Family”!
overseer who was sitting beside ‘
the driver escaped unhurt,
| The dead’ man is Wilfred ° 4)
| Christopher, 29, a Works and Hy- eyF
| draulics labourer of Maraval | , “B. (SS } i
| Peter Hassarfin of Maraval, G “an? St / £& i. ti
|driver of the lorry broke both his ‘ 9 } oe a ( ce hi}
legs and is now detained at the GRAND PRIX i |
Colonial Hospital for treatment. is waterpr } HELPS TO HEAL MINOR CUTS, WARDS OFF COLDS .__ In tests
| Overseer Williams said that he . ‘ NE AND, SERATCES: qret a Ta-year pertod, twice
| suddenly saw the truck swerve This cartridge is now back to pre-war Eley-Kynoch standard, LISTERINE Antiseptic is an in- day users of LISTE RINE Anti-
towards the edge of the precipice} | and is completely waterproof. Supplied in 12 gauge 2! ee ee | oar ener eee
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but he got no reply when he lengths with 14 oz. standard, or 1} oz. medium heavy load, | -

|shouted to the driver. and in other gauges. It is the best general purpose cartridge

obtainable anywh |
Your ammunition cistributor will be pleased to give you |
details of ‘Grand Prix’ and other cartridges in the Eley- |
Kynoch range.

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Next thing he knew was that he
was being pitched out of the lorry
jas it plunged over the precipice
He was temporarily unconscious.
When he recovered, Williams saw
other passengers strewn over the
hillside, At the bottom of the
valley lay the damaged vehicle.—-





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ih iei' Mee wat OFF TO OTTAWA JAMAICA, TRINIDAD, B. GUIANA, BARBASOS Li § T E Ri a E cb el’
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re a e t __ PORT-OF-SPAIN, | — (From Our Own Correspondent) IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD., LONDON 4 vee
{| Contradicting a report of aj he r PORT OF-SF AIN. \ : & Scie aemener ro ‘Acadia i
as | speech said to have been delivered = T — s ences ere: lene Q OPPOSES SSS EPSPS O ES POPES POO POPES OPO TTPO OO,
|by Mr. Tubal Uriah Butler < ,; Mr. Arthur A. Shenfield, has on by
Wa rrens | Woodford Square, sf ca > : | gone to Ottawa on official Govern- %
Committee of the Trinidad Labour} ment business, believed to be in x
7 : = sao |Party have written a letter to the| connection with new industries. . $
- A ONE-STOREY building of stone and concrete at| Press denying that they have dis-| He a also visit a ae — 8
arrens, St. Michael, thousands of “smokes” are made, but | ©Ussed or approved of any coalition) *OrOnte, im connection wit) Lhe x
there is little chance of fire. The building is the manufac-| With the Butler Party. It was) SHON G8, UP wa %
turing plant where the British American Tobacco Co. makes | Citmdearoieat ernie tate oat x
Trumpeter and Clipper cigarettes, and is so constructed| ¢, aeerais Mikaela ane, tat x
E : ed| formed between himself and the x
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as to be almost fire proof. Trinidad Labour Party. The letter) x
Apart from the stone and, from there are packed by hand os —— hee tahoe reat
concrete, the windows are of steel] or by the Molins Packer, i be SeNny SO Somertoe Weer
Ghd so ie the s60m: ansteratores any person or organisation to carry | ( _—
rooms are fitted with double steel Packing ORE 1s PEORRRO Ine, Aad. wourn|
doors. ; support any other measures benefi-|
The magazine of the packer is cial to the people of this country. x
The plant employs 80 odd people} charged with cigarettes which St sicacdistieliains $
of both sexes, and boasts modern] drops in tens on to a conveyor a de ¥
equipment and up-to-date staff; belt. These are wrapped in the W
ed | foiling section and placed in the The eather $
he tobacco from which these| Slide and shell, completing the TODAY x
much smoked brands of cigar-| Package in one continuous process Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m. = IS NOW ON SALE Z
ettes are made is imported frorm|At the end of the run any defec- Sun Sets: 5.52 p.m, NTS R
P , ete al SEETLES or .
Canada in the form of cured leaves, | tive package is ejected automati-| Moon (Last Quarter) Octo- Contains £0 Mo HERE } %
These are stored at the plant until] Cally. | ber 4 bd ul BUcs The . %
their time comes for going into About twenty dexterous girls} Lighting: 6.00 p.m. D.D.T. ‘Anel ok x
the steam conditioning unit for|SUPPlement the automatic packing igh Water: 5.42 a.m., 5.19 | ttep ; cc al j *
softening. They are stemmed, and work, and with their hands turn p.m, nantetaieeniien pees ee eee roe — throughout the world =
the stems are separated from the| CUt hand-packed specimens that YESTERDAY | PR 7} } :
pune ieak tie aban are then| 8@ almost indistinguishable from Rainfall (Codrington) nil. | .nngnnenennnent.666555S0O! the finest baking medium |
rolled out between heavy rollers va sage by the machine. Total for month to Yester- y Oa ee .
and : A n the plant is a well-stocked day: 7.48 ins. ‘ g 7 Se
cutter the aie ont rae he cafeteria tn wane: ae ataft sean Temperature (Max) 86.5 °F % Lebanon Foresters Cakes and Pastries keep longer —
2 * \ get quickly prepared meals, Each Temperature (Min) 72.5 °F. % Sake , é aste
Stronger Mixture member of ie Ratt is provided Wind Direction (9 am.) E. iy Anniversary Service stay fresher—taste better when
with a locker whe 8 ; ‘ “T'S
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rolling machines, and the latter BUENOS AIRES, Sept, 26. |" °° on tin. Round-Trip
spray it on to a conveyor of (From Our Own Correspondent) Semi-official newspaper Demo- y Y YY - yy
cigarette paper, The paper first POR1-OF-SPAIN, | cracia in a front page editorial said he at ® B 5 K if C i f
passes through a printing section] Reports of robberies still con-| that with the approach of the Christian Science — a CF oncen ra € 7 60 ;
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name of the brand or manufac-|night thieves raided a Port-of-| climate of violence is being pro-|
turers. The paper is folded around/Spain business service station. An| Voked “with at least apparently |
the tobacco, gummed from a revol-|outboard engine, two batteries, an|'W° Precise objects: “to postpone
ving wheel, dried through a hotlalarm clock and a quantity of| the elections or else distort results
chamber and sent on in the form|stamps, were stolen. . through direct fraud and pressure’.
of a continuous tobacco-packed After adding that “the illegi-
tube. Articles amounting to $493 was] timate origin of power has been a

The tube passes into a cutting |stolen from the firm of Y. De Lima| characteristic vice of incipient
unit from which the finished cig-]and Company, merchants onjdemocracy in Latin America,”
arettes are dropped on to a trough,|Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain. | Democracia warned of “the gravity
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BARBADOS <3 ADVOGATE

Printed by the Advocate Co., Lid., Bread St.. Bndgetown.
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Saturday, September 30, 1950



Evening Edueation

THE published report of the presentation
of certificates for Needlecraft.and Domestic
Science at the Mt. Tabor branch of the
Evening Institute serves to focus attention
‘on the work of that institution and in-
dicates a satisfactory expansion of its
activities. °

The formation of the institute was the
happy means, of bringing together a col-
lection of individuals qualified and willing
to serve the community in a capacity which
must be of lasting benefit. As it has been
aptly described “Some of them working in
scholarship and in fields not subject to the
blaze of publicity, give to the country in
which they work, benefits which may not
be recognised or appreciated until long
after they themselves have quit the stage.”

The merit of the Institute is that contrary
to popular estimate at the time of its for-
mation, it has not been content to follow
the orthodox methods of educational in-
stitutions of the past. The fact that cer-
tificates in Needlecraft and Domestic
Science have been awarded shows that.the
institute has fostered education in. its
widest sense. The training for scholastic
attainment has not been overlooked; but
encouragement to attain proficiency in
other fields of endeavour gives its members
an opportunity to blend with that attain-
ment solid practical worth.

It is satisfying too,to, see that the
activities of the Institute have not been
limited to Bridgetown and its environs
where there are already several educational
institutions for the young and others such
asthe Girls’ Industrial Union and the
Domestic Science..Centre for teaching
practical subjects to those of more advanced

- ages, Those who must contribute to the
futie well being of Barbados are not to be
“found only in the City but scattered

thrgughout the length and breadth of the »

islagd. Thé Institute has carried oppor-
tunities -withifr -easy reach of them and
Thursday’s sfunction at Mt. Tabor is
evidence that they are making full use of
them.

Within recent weeks the Institute has
added yet another to its @fidéayours and
classes for Clerks in Bridgetown have-been
started’ with a vieW sto expansion as
‘occasion demands it in future. Here,

oung people who have been compelled to
begin work at an early age will still have
an opportunity of acquiring knowledge
which will not only make them more suited
to the everyday task but will be the means
of bringing them a rieher and fuller life,

* Tt is this intélecttial leavening on which
the Institute must be congratulated and on
which, the people of. this island can build a
community life based on higher standards,
social, cultural and educational.

GAS UP

THE continued shortages of material and
the increase in labour costs have been :te-
sponsible for increases in the cost of ser-

the world over; but.it will come as a
blow to ‘consumers of gas in Barbados to
leatn thatthe price of gas will be increased
in the near future. An advertisement ap-
pearing elsewhere in this newspaper makes
that announcement.

When the natural’gas well at Turner's
Hall was discovered the public hoped that
gas would be soon at’ everyone’s dispdsal
and at a cheap rate. Quite contrary to
these expectations, the Company has now
been compelled to increase the price of gas.

There-are many facters which have ted

to this-deeision: , Fhe Company operated at
a Iona ad hates in 1947 and ee greater

loss of $17,835 in 1948. Despite this and in
order to give the public the benefit of
natural gas the Company at great cost laid
a pipe line from thé Belle Pumping Station
to the Gas Works and Black Rock and con-
sumers in these areas were-supplied with
gas of a much higher calorific value, ~ This
increased the expenSes Of thé Company and
brought a diminished revenue, because the
increased heating capacity caused less gas
to be used.

No loss was incurred in 1949 but no
dividend could be declared.

The Company ‘is now faced with the loss
of revenue earned from by-products, in-
creased cost of labour, fittings and machin-
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Blackout In London

By A SPECIAL

CORRESPONDENT
LONDON, Sept. 22.

A black-out has descended on
London this week. It is not the
devastating * black-out of war-—
time; it’s the gloom of whole areas
of the city robbed of their street
lighting by a strike of gas main-
tenance workers. Thirty-five
thousand street lamps, it is
estimated, have remained unlit on
the north side of the Thames since
Monday. The affected Londoners
carry an air of righteous indigna-
tion, It was only last week that
they suffered, from curtailed bus
services—the outcome of another
strike, now ended. Then they are
suddenly plunged into this depres-
sion of ghostly streets at night
and frayed tempers in the morn-
ing over belated breakfast occa-
sionéd by cookers working with
well under normal gas pressure.

Parliament Square is- included
in the “black-out” region. Into
its darkness on Tuesday night
poured MP's after their battle
on steeb, The electric lights in the
House were still blazing, of course,
as crowds of spectators around the

-ertranees cheered ‘or booed the

news that the Government liyed

—by votes.
‘Blection Date Key
Torches flashed in the Square as

‘rival supporters tried to identify

“Big Guns” of the debate in the
uncomfortable darkness. The
torch of nationalisation gleamed.
. As defiantly and brightly as
‘ore the debate? That is a matter
of individual reaction. It is of
little account, really, that the
cornb!ned Tory and Liberal ora-
torical flood failed to dampen the
nationalist light on Tuesday night.
The situation created by the an-~-
nouncemeny ast week of te
Government's decision to bring the
Steel Act into operation remains
more or less what it was then,
The debate served only to
emphasise that Britain has been

+ flung again into the maelstrom of

party politics and that the ques-
tion of another General Election
boils down to a question of its
date in a near future.

How hear is it? That seems to
be a matter of controversy within
the Governmeny circle itself, And
it centres around the Minister
of Health, Aneurin Bevan, The
strangely subdued Minister of
Health in this Parliament wus
an aitentive listener to Tuesday
night’s deBate. Perhaps, like some

“other Labour members, he would

not have been unduly distressed
had the Government fallen, He



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does

Bus Fares

not The Editor, the Advocate
SIR, — According to articles
publishea in your paper a few

would have nothing’ to lose by 4
him-in a strong Opposition lime:
light again. The darling of vhe La~
bour Leftists, his ambitions could
stride forward rapidly no doubt
in that Opposition rode, And iv
Labour emerged victorious ayain
from the poll? Would that not
prove to Mr .Attlee and others
how right he had been in urging
vhe Cabinet not to shrink from
full~blodded nationalisation mea~
sures? There are rumours that
Cabinet changes, based on a re--
placement for the tired Foreign
Secretary, might come before the
General Eleciion. This ‘s not
likely to suit Aneur'n, known \'o
be demanding {from his Cabinet
colleagues an appeal to the coun-
try at the earliest possible
moment.

The Labour Pariy conference
at Margate next month may give
a pointer to the election da‘c.
The Minister of Health will have
vh's opportunity there for intlu-
encing the Party view on the sub-
ject. Prime Minister Attlee, too,
will be there — anxiously taking
notes,

Even Megan

Do vhe Tory Party want an
election this year? The sooner
the better is their general reac-
tion to the unexpected steel de-
elaration of the Government tas?
week. There is no domest’c issue
on which the Tories can go for-
ward to a General Election more
confidently than on steel nationa—
lisation. The Party organisation,
av any rate, is 100 per cent ready
for an election.

And it seems the moment is
ripe for Churchill complet’ng the
long=-wanted deal with the
Liberals for avoiding unneces—
sary clash of candidates, The Lib—
erals showed their hand by vowing
solidly against the Government
on Tuesday, Even Megan Lloyd
George who has made no bones
about her distrust of the Tories,
apparently cannot stomach s-eel
aational'sation. She shook both
Tory and Labour M.P.s’ by ol -
lowing the former into the Divis-
ion lobby.

Maybe the truth is that the lady
was no more enamoured of the
personnel selected for the Steel
Board than the Tories. Cr may-
be she overheard the crack from
a Tory M.P., in a Members’ wait-
ing room during the debate: “The
only connection the Board has
with steel is General Stee] (Sir
James Steel, one of the chosen
seven) and their only hope ot
making the Board work is to

Genera] Election that might place
persuade General Ironside to join
them!”

So much for the Iron and Steel
Act.

Mystery Flight

To add to the political excite-
ments of the week, we find Mr
Attlee unexpectedly, dramatical-
ly, flying off to see the King at
Balmoral, the royal holiday home
in Scotland. Political commenta-
tors dampened speculation at the
end of a wondering day by main-
taining the Premier's visit had ne
political significance — it might
mean nothing more than discus-
sion of arrangements about the
opening of the new House of
Commons next month,

But questions flew as rapidly as
the Premier’s plane of the King’s
flight on Thursday. - Dissolution?
Cabinet changes? General Elec-
tion? International crisis? Why a
plane trip? And so it went on. It
was even suggested that the Prime
Minister was being consulted by
His Majesty regarding the engage-
ment of Princess Margaret. But
Mr. Attlee, as one contemporary
puts it to-day, “is far too dis-
creet a politician to let out any-
thing he wants to keep secret.”

If, in the midst of their bus and
os strike worries, the Capital's
citizens have had gq moment to
spare for the important Com-
monwealth visitors -—- Ministers
and officials—now busily confer-
wing here, the focus of their inter-
est must surely be the Australian
Minister of Commerce, Mr.
Ewan. Mr. McEwan spells for
them the word wool—and higher
clothing prices, We may not have
been greatly concerned at first that
the month’s wool sales in Australia
startled world economic and poli-
tical leaders with fantastic price
leaps. But the effect of Austra-
lian wool prices, or the effect to
come, is brought home with this
week's announcements of in-
creases in the permitted prices of
utility clothing. Women’s under-
wear and nightdresses can cost 15
to 20 per cent more and these gar-
ments in wool may cost 12% per
eent more. Additional amounts
may also be charged for men’s
made-to-measure garments.

This unwelcome note is made
no more palatable by the wool
sale auctions this week in Lon-
don itself, which keep step with
the Australian rises. Britons may
hope that Mr. McEwan will be
merciful in the discussions in Lon-
don later this month and share in
the pleas from America and else-
where for some control of woo!
prices.

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the a great advance

patent machine, the Bretts
invented an insulavor, which was

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LONDON.

MORE than two thousand delegates, in-

cluding 90 overseas representatives from 40

countries are celebrating in London this
vreek the centenary of Britain’s first public
libraries act.

Their rallying point is the annual con-

(erence of the Public Libraries Association,
| where distinguished speakers included Lord

Mountbatten (representing the President, the
uke of Edinburgh), and Mr. Herbert Mor-
:ison, Lord President of the Council.

The value of library service in a modern
democracy has been a main theme of dis-
-ussions. If democracy is to survive, Mr.
forrison declared, it must have educated

|eitizens aware of the issues facing their

ountry and the world. It must allow its
citizens free access to the works of all








“hinkers and writers, even though these}

wotks may be distasteful ‘to*those in power
tt the time.

During the past century, education in this
country has developed from being the
privilege of a minority to something that is
»veryone’s birthright.

This tremendous spread of education, Lore
Mountbatten declared, could not have taken
slace had it not been tied so closely to the
public libraries service. The public libraries
srovided not only entertainment, but played
» great part in educating children and
enabling citizens to continue their education
ifter leaving school.

They played their part, also in the expand-
ing technical and commercial departments,
providing these with up-to-date material and
expert staffs. A great deal of time, money
ind effort has been spent on research over
the past 10 years and many notable dis-
coveries made, but they would be of small
value unless they secured advance in indus-
trial technology.

A teature of the centenary celebrations is
an exhibition of manuscripts, prints and
drawings in the King’s Library at the British
Museum. It illustrates the growth of the
library movement from its foundation by Act
of Parliament in 1753. This act, sanctioned
by George II, provided for the purchase of
three private collections, that of Sir Hans
Sloane, the library formed by Sir Robert
Cotton, and the collection of manuscripts
formed by Robert Harley, the Ist Earl of
Oxford. These were to be placed in Monta-
gue House for “public use and inspection.”

The Guide Book of 1808 informs the readei
that “strangers are not conducted, as the
mere sight of the outside of the books cannot
convey either instruction or amusement.”

\ This, the first large public library ever to be

established, preceded the rate-supported
libraries provided for under the act of 1850
by nearly a century

Besides such attractions for the booklover
as the first printed Bible and a Second Folic
1632 of Shakespeare, there is an interesting
section showing the development of the
catalogue of the King’s library. In 1848 an
attempt was made to bring out a first printed
edition of the catalogue, but this proved im-
possible for 42 years. Panizzi, Keeper of the
Printed Books, as he was styled, was unable
to convince the compilers that this was im-
practicable until the revision of the whole
catalogue had been completed. It was only
when they went ahead and printed the first
volume that they realised Panizzi was right.

The plan for re-printing was abandoned
but the catalogue was kept by hand, slips
being pasted in as new books were acquired
The cost of maintenance by this method was
too great, however, and in 1881 the original
plan for a printed catalogue was revised
The first complete alphabetical catalogue was
at length printed by 1890.

It Couldn’t Be Done

ON the 28th Augusv, 1850, the
first submarine cable was
from England to France by

had it was discovered that a solivary
fisherman, trawling near the

on all previous cable, brought up a piece of it ir

SIR,—I would like to know if
the education authorities of Bar-
badlos ate aware that the headmas.
ters of the elementary schools
treat some. teachers like an over-
age sehag) boy; In more than
oné cas® 4 teacher has been seen
to teach at a school, After teach-
ing a few years the headmaster
gets fed up with i and> puts
him to sit down hi the pehool
without a class to tedch,.thereby
burdening another teacher With
two classes when the teacher
just sits in the school and draws
his,salary as though he was work-
ing. The children then begin to
disrespect this teacher, treating
him as a playmate because they
know that he has no power to
make -them get punished. My
opinion on the matter is that so
long as a person is sent to teach
he or she should teach until sus-
pended or dismissed and not
treated in such an embarrassing
position at -the mercies of the
schoo] children. I’ would be glad
if the director would see that this
is put to an end,
SYMPATHISER.

Pablic — Utilities

The Editor, the Advocate
SIR,—In reply to the letver of

Mr. A. E. S. Lewis in the Advo

cate on September 28th the

ters. I understand that machinery
already exis’s for arbitration as
to wages and working conditions,
trying to avoid strikes, etc, If the
Utilities should claim the neces-
sity vo increase their rates owing
to higher wages or any other
cause, it would be the function
cf the Board to adjudicate the
claim and make sure thay any
increase in the rates was . fair
and not excessive, in view of all
the circumstances,

I believe it is necessary to xing
the two things separave, although
they are connected at least» in+
directly. The . Labour . Comniis—
sioner is concerned with seeing
that employers and labour’ carry
out their obligations to each other,
and the Public Utilities Board
would be responsible for seeing
thar the Utilities carried out their
responsibilities to the public
while at the same time being fair
to the shareholders. There is no
need for the P.U. Board to deal
directly with wage disputes, and
that. would be diplicating some--
thing that is already be'ng done
Does this answer the question?

Yours, ete.
R. E. SMYTHIES.
Instow”

St. Peter, Sept. 29, 1950.

weeks ago, if I am out late to-
night, at least after 12 o'clock, I
will be asked to pay an increase
on my bus fare home, at least to-
morrow I shall have to pay it.

I have been waiting for the de-
cision of the House of Assembly
with regards to the hot air dis-
charged up there by some of the
members of that August body, but
up to now nothing more has been
said or done.

I want to ask these questions:
Why has only the routes of long
distances been selected for special
treatment? Is it because these
routes are run by some of the
elite of the island and to fulfil
the scriptures: “To him that hath
more shail be given,” or is it an-
other ety squeeze the small
concessiona’ out of the running.
Why was it that the Transport
Board allowed these small con-
cessionaires to charge us this fare
when gasoline was only 50 cents
a gallon, and wages were much
lower than they are today, when
it is clearly proved, according
to their decision, that with gaso-
line at 57 cents a gallon, increase
in oil, and wages practically one
hundred per cent higher they can
make a handsome profit still at
the same charges. Something is
wrong some where, and the pub-
lic is asking for an answer

A PASSENGER

Brett brothers and a few friends,
and in-a recent BBC broadcast
W. H. G. Armyiage described
how it was done. The project was
thought to be quite imposgible.
The sciéntists said that the cur-—
rent would dissipate itself in vhe
sea, and even if it didn’t, it would
never carry the distance, and the
so called practical men said#that
the English Channel was much
two rough.

In 1845, Jacob Bret, tha
younger brother, had patented
printing machine to ‘transform
electrical impulses into letters
and figures, and in the same ye2r
his arvist brother, John Watkins
decided to join him in his Chan—
nel cable laying enterprise, They
printed an appeal to the Prime
Minister, asking for an __ official
concession to encourage the pro-
ject. The Prime Minister referred
them Vo the Admiralty; the Admi-
ralty referred them to the For
eign Office and the Foreign Office
was so helpful that vhe Brett
gave up in disgust and turned to
the French Government for help
The French Government thought
they had a reasonable chance of
success and on 10th August, 1249,
gave them a concession to operate
a cross Channel telegraph service
providing they gov it going by
September Ist, 1850, This gave
them barely a year. Besides thelr

underwater covers proposed for
electric wires. :
Five days before the concession
was due to expire, the cable had
not yet been laid, and the crities
were saying ever more loudly
vhat it could not be done, Early
on the morning of the 28th
August, 1850, however, two smail
boats crept out from Dover Har
bour, The front one was a naval
vessel, which set the course an‘
flagged iv with marker buoys and
the rear oné was a small hired
tug, called the Goliath. On the
Goliath was slung a huge drum
on which was wound the insu-
lated cable. Leaving one end at
Dover, connected to a Brevt print-
ing machine housed in a bathing
hut, the Goliavh steamed for Cap
Grisnez, slowly paying out the
cable as it went. Iv was a slow
process, because the men had to
fasten lead weights ever so often
to make the cable sink. At last, by
nightfall, the other end was run
up on the French coast, fastened
to another Brett machine and
with John Wavkins at the French
end, and Jacob at the English ena
the first telegraph messages were
passed from England to the con

tinent. As W. H. G. Armytage
said, ‘“vhe Bretts had given wings
(or fins to be more exact) to
words.” After the first few mes-

sages, the cable went dead, and

his net and had borne it off in
triumph as “a piece of rare sea-
weed with a pith of gold.”

The next year, backed by two
cf their fellow countrymen, the
Bretts launched vhe Submarine
Telegraph Company, This time
they used a different cable which
would defy fishermen’s nets, bul
they calculated wrongly and ran
ouv of cable a mile from the
French coast, and had to wait a
further three weeks till the fresh
mile could be ordered and manu-
factured. Eventually, on 13th
November, 1851, the submarine
telegraph was once more in ra-
tion. After vhis there was a m
in cable laying and Cyrus Field
came from America to broacn
the project of the longest of them
all, a transatlantic cable. Eventu-
ally this too was carried through,
and today there are over three
tiousand submarine cables in the
world, crossing some vhree nun-
dred miles of the ocean bed. Mr
Armytage recalled the lines of
Rudyard Kipling:

“There is no sound, no echo of sound

in the deserts of the deep,

On the great grey level plains of ooze.

where the shell blurred cables creep,

Here in the womb of the world, here

on the tie-ribs of the earth,

Words, and the words of men, filaker

and flutter and beat.”
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21 Years Of |

Tinsmithing |
A Profitable Business

HE has been at the same trade
for 21 years and thinks he w_ll
earry on for a good many more
as he has been able to make
reasonable livelihood out of it

This is tinsmith and plumber!
G. A. Straker of the Ivy. His!
workshop is in Tweedside Road. |

The most profitable period of |
his business was during the years
of the last war, Mr, Straker told
the Advocate yesterday. It was
then that certain essential house-|
hold necessities were in short
supply and his shop was besieged
by orders from embarrassed
housewives for these things.

“In thase days I was kept on
my toes and often found it diffi-
cult to fulfil all my orders,” he
said.

As the war ended and the|
articles gradually made their re.
|







appearance from overseas, Mr.
Straker’s trade dropped to normal.
He regarded this as inevitable,
however, and therefore was not
caught napping. The selling of
bread, wood and coals and the like
forms part of his daily activities
at the shop, and this he said,
helps to balance his budget when
conditions are unfavourable.

His work includes the repairing
of stoves of all kinds, the repairing
and making of kitchen and other
household articles, measures, etc
Sometimes his plumbing work
takes him away from the shop for
some days.

Mr. Straker who is 41 years with
a family of four, is very optimistic
about the future. “I have always
made a reasonable living out of
my work,” he said, ‘and I have
every reason to believe that I will
continue to do so.”



Crushed to Death |

A fatal accident occurred yes-
terday morning at Seawell at
approximately 6.20 a.m. Cleveland
Bynoe of Silver Hill, Christ |
Church, a greaser employed by'
Messrs. J, N. Harriman and Co., ;
Ltd., on the construction of the |
new runway was killed by a cater-
pillar tractor. The tractor was
driven by George Durieux, a na-
tive of Trinidad who is also work-
ing on the construction of the new
runway,

Bynoe’s body was taken to the
Christ Church Almshouse mor-
tuary where a post mortem was
held later in the day.

It is understood that he was
squeezed between a pile of stones
and the draw bar of the tractor.



Wills Admitted |
To Probate

IN THE Court of Ordinary
yesterday His Honour the Chief
Judge granted three petitions for
Letters of Administration and
admitted five wills to probate.

The petitions were those of
Charles Henry Percy Jordan for
Letters of Administration to the
estate of Charles Neville
DeCourcey Jordan late of St. Peter
the petition of Beatrice Lucas for
Letters of Administration to the
estate of her late husband Thomas
Cooper Lucas late of Enterprise,
Christ Chufch, and the petition of
Claretta Albertha Coppin for
Letters of Administration to the
estate of Rosalie Davis late of
Kirtons, St. Philip.

The Wills admitted to probate
were those of Ellen Catherine
Melvin, Richmond Estwick and
Cleophas Adolphus Forde, (St.
Michael) ; Clarence O’Dannel
Hoyte (St. Joseph), and Susan
Gilkes (St. Peter).





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ATTACKED FROM EVERY ANGLE with cries of “Ice cream John!”

eon period. There is no canteen at the school and when the boys buy their lunch, they sit in all odd places to eat it.



Bread, Pear And Punch

Is College Lunch

THE HARRISON COLLEGE school boys sit on stones, on

tree roots which rise above the ground and on carpenters’
work benches beneath a shed, any odd place where there is
shade enough to allow them to eat their lunch in comfort.

The school has no canteen.

Antigua Talk
Postponed

TALK WHICH wes scheduled
to be given last night at the
Y.M.C.A. by Mr. C. Johns who
was resident in Antigua during
the two hurricanes, has been
postponed to form part of a pro-



}gramme of anther meeting which

will be held on Wednesday next.

The

which

purpose of the meeting
will be also held at the
Y.M.C.A.’s headquarters, is to
give a report of how Barbados
replied to the distress signal from
Antigua and an eye-witness ac-
count of the hurricanes them-
selves.

The present situation in Anti-
gua together with information re-
ceived expressing sincere thanks
through the Antigua branch of the
British Red Cross Society on be-
halt of all who suffered will also
be given in the report.

HE Mount Tabor Guild will

celebrate its Golden Jubilee
at the Mount Tabor Church, St.
George, on Monday, October 2,
beginning at 7.30 p.m.

Chairman will be Mr.
J. W. B. Chenery and the speakers
will include Mrs. Thelma Vaughan,
Social Welfare Officer, and Mrs.
Muriel Clarke. A special invita-
tion is extended to members of

clubs, and social workers.

nOYS’



CLUB



One of the boys of the Bay Street Boys’ Club (left) sells one of the
tickets for the drawing of a car in aid of the Barbados Boys’ Clubs.



Run.

See Bing’s

Walk or even Fly to

Greatest

“RIDING HIGH”





PURINA CHOWS

For Poultry

and Livestock

“SEE THE DIFFERENCE PURINA MAKES”

Justice |

There are not sufficient stones,
work benches and other seats for
all the boys and the smaller ones
have to make the best of a bad
job and stand while they eat their
lunch.

The big tamarind tree with its
wide spreading branches forms
the most convenient spot and it

the Johns—the school boys call all} §

women Mary — busily put cakes, |

glass. Just before the bell is rung
for the beginning of lunch, John}
fills the glasses with ice, He|
keeps a jar filled with lemonade
and another with sweet punch.
At the first sound of the bell, he
begins to ladle out the two drinks
in the glasses with a speed he has
gained from practice.

John can open about a dozen
bottled drinks in a minute

Mary who sells bread and pear}
carries on a good trade. The
boys seem to specialize in bread
and pear. Mary told the Advo-
cate yesterday that pears can only
be got for a short while and it is
to be expected that the boys would
take a vacation from bread and
fish then.

No ‘Frozen Joys’

The ice cream John, does not
find much difficulty in selling out
his ice creams. A short while ago,
a “Frozen Joys” seller came on
the grounds to sell and on
evenings, “Ice cream” John had
to carry back his ice cream, The
frozen joys seller was refused per-
mission to come on the grounds,
however, and “Ice cream” John
continues to make good sales,



Decision
Reversed

CASE DISMISSED

A DECISION of Mr. C. L,. Wal-
wyn, Police Magistrate, was yes-
terday reversed by Judge J. W. B.
Chenery and Judge H. A. Vaughan
of the Assistant Court of Appeal.
Mr. Walwyn had fined Cyril
Carmichael £2-when he found him
| guilty of driving without due care
jand attention while on Tuder



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THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

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Streets.

ment for

| Street on June 26. Their Honours
| dismissed the case because there
| were discrepancies in the evidence
|for the prosecution.

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker
; sented Carmichael.

The charge arose out of a col-
lision
|was being driven by Carmichael
and a bicycle which was being
| ridden by Joseph Downes.

repre-

Non-Suit Judgment

of Assistant

W. B

the

THE
{Court of Appeal, Mr. J

Judges

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the Petty

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| reversed a decision of

{Debt Judge, Mr. A. J. H.
|Hanscheli and gave a non-suit
\judgment to Joshua McCollin

j}who claimed $15 from Fitz Low.
Mr. Hanschell had given judg-
Fitz Low Both Mc-
Collin and Low live in Station
Hill. McCollin claimed the money,
holding that it was due to him as|
commission after the sale of a
mule



Jamaica Minister To

| Study Rice In B.G.
(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Sept. 29.
Jamaica Minister of Agricul-
ture, Hon. 1. W. A. Barrant, will}
leave Jamaica on November 6 for
3ritish Guiana to study the riee |

industry in that colony during a







two weeks’ visit. He will be the
guest of the British Guiana Gov-
ernment

LUNCH TIME AT COLLEGE

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Boys Brigade att Worthing View, saat at the General Hospital anc, ‘ o
: District “B” Police Station; st. | “S8ch@rsed. s ikaaina b
| Started At Holetown | George’s Rectory, annantyne Lat fhe ne at ‘the. ieee carrses i as

end Watts Village.
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A BOYS’ BRIGADE was ae District. “E” Police Station: the road. It struck Kirton and bo : “b
‘on Thursday night at the Holetown, Gibbs’, Ashton Hall, Lower Mile Brown and ae clangn Med a sania | mar 0
| Methodist Church. and a Quarter, Six Men’s, Oe eee
Mr. Darcy Scott, city auctioneer,! Speightstown

is its captain.
cate yesterday
is the first of its kind in the island
and it is hoped to have it affiliated
with the Boys’ Brigade organisa-
tion in England.

Thursday night.

|
is there that the regular 1c! ) overhauled, but the work is being! O. S, Coppin at the Barba-
sellers park eae naviee a or . AFAR OFF | bampered due to the scarcity of | dos Advocate or at ‘Windsor The Aristocrat of all Bicycles
benches, trays on their knees—to| Official reports, reaching the! proper material and high prices} Villa”, Bay St., for copies
sell the day's lunch. } Colonial Secretary’s Office, of the of articles. | { of an Insurance scheme for
Luncheon period begins at 12.30| firen practice at 8 p.m. on; On the Reef grounds can be seen) footballers which it is hoped
p.m. Just before, the Marys and! Monday show that the sirens | skipwrights at work on several of will be put into operation

the men sellers John and the} places could be heard as follows

bananas, drinks and other luncli| ton Village, Bay Street, Westbury | Club Secretaries are also } "0
fare at angles easy to be got at,| Road, Fontabelle, The Garden fishpots, while others are engagec'; reminded that all dues in HARRISON'S
in preparation for the rush. "| Land, Bank Hall and Martindale's : respect of the 1950 football

Too Few Glasses Road. breams, but the majority are un- season should have already BROAD ST.

As there ars.’ onte i ‘aia Worthing’s Police Post: Rock. employed and just waiting for the, been paid but must now be =

dozen glasses on Satin ah Arink: ley, Dayrell’s Road, St, Lawrence season to begin | paid at once or the club LOCAL
seller's cart, each boy sprints from} __. . -. 5 teed See on on AGENTS
the form room to the cart to be season
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Vatriculation = \3S=

Results Everybodys
























THE results of the Matriculation e
Examination of the University of erggigedg out lor
London; held in June, 1950, are|

as follows: —
The following candidates passed
in the First Division

. )
} Private Candidates
} Forde, L. V., Rawlins, E by
| The following candidates passed
} in the Second Division: — WE HAVi E
Barbados Evening Institut i e Tm
Miss N )

REMEDIES

O. Davis, H, M. Drakes,
G. O. Forde, Miss L. E. Harris
and Miss E. I. Morris
Modern High School
S. L. Archer, F. L, R. Francis
Miss M. E

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E. L, Watkins,
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Mrs. E. E. Millington a Private ¥ riz¢

Candidate, passed Part ‘B’ and so
completed her matriculation.
Passed in One Subject Onl
The following candidates eac)|
passed in one subject and so com-
pleted matriculation exemptio: |
qualification: — |
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S. L. Taylor
Private Candidates
M. Hall, C
Murray, and

E. B
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LeR. Jordan, .
Miss A, C.

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FITZGERALD BROWN |
Heywoods, St. Peter, and Vashtina |
Kirton of Peterkin’s Land, Uppe:
Roebuck Street, were injured
| when they became involved in an}

accident on Whitepark Road on
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Secretaries of Clubs affili-
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Twenty boys were enrolled Happy days will soon be here
again for housewives. The flying
fish season will begin late next}
month and will do its part in,
relieving the meat shortage

The fishing fleet is now being



are asked to centact the

SIRENS HEARD

Mr.



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La
Honorery Secretary, H UM B E R

for the 1951

proved.

the boats which had been hauled} season if ap-
| up after the last season
Some of the fishermen

|; present occupied in the hauling of

ituated at the undermentioned

Central Police Station: Carring are 4



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CLASSIFIED

TELEPHONE 2508



30, 1950

ADS.



IN MEMORIAM

IN loving memory of my dear daughter
Cynthia Alleyne who passed away 30in
September 1948

jone from us. It was God's will
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Mrs Drucilla Alleyne imother
Vivian Farnum, Alma. Ruby (sister
30.9.50-—1n
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FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

AUTO CYCLE—One Auto Cycle in
Good Condition. Apply L. Boyce,
Canewood Plantation. 30.9.50--2n.

CAR—1947 Ford V-8 Sedan Done only
1,400 miles in excellent condition. FOYT
ROYAL GARAGE Ltd. Telephone 4504

30.9.50—2n















CAR — One 1939 Sedan Morris 1.
In perfect working order. New Tyres
Dial , A. LT. Beale, Constant Pitn.
St. George.

29.9.50—3n

CAR — 1949 model grey Morris Oxford
Saloon. Mileage 11,000. Price $1,650.00
Phone 2342 before 10 a.m.



28.9.50—3n

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CAR—1936 Sedan Ford V-8 Car A. 104

in fine condition, Recently overhauled,

ROOM — Unfurnished Large Cool
New Tyres, Apply to Lacy Kelhinan,) poom in quiet home to an approved
Cane Garden, St. Andrew. ise es tenant. Apply “Holyrood” Crn. St

SECOND HAND CARS, TRUCKS and
PICK-UPS. Value for money. Marshall
& Edwards Garage, 48 Roebuck Street

30.9,50--3n





TRUCK—Ford 15 Cwt
in good condition. Good Tyres

Apply
Electric Sales & Service Lid. Phone 4629

or 4371. 0.9.50—2n.

ELECTRICAL

BOILETTE — A new reliable eiectri-









FOR RENT



BUNGALOW
Eecdrooms, Brighton,
Particulars Dial 2398

Modern Bungalow
Black Rock For
29.9. 50---3n



EDNAM, Hastings, Comforiab.c
House, 4 bedrooms, all modern cqn-
veniences. Large ward with fruit tregs
Rent moderate. Phone 3126

months of November 1950 to March 1951.
Phone 4543. 28.9.50—3n





LYNCHBURG, Sth Avenue, Belle
Phone 3943 or 4243 ‘Hunte.
30.9.50-——In

FOR SALE OR RENT
MARRISTOW — Maxwell Coast, fully
furnished. Four bedrooms, all modern
conveniences. Three Servanis Rooms

ville.

Can be seen by Appointment. tal
4683 or 2328. Available ist November.
27.9.50—4n. |



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THE NOOK—Worthing View Corner,
Drawing, Dining, 2 bedrooms, Cc.;
Bath: Electricity. Excellent bus route
6 minutes’ walk to sea Apply James
A. Millington, “Jancor” Maxwell's Rd
cpposite Dover. 28.9.50—3n.







Matthias Gap, Hastings, Before
After 4.30 p.m. 29.9.













SHOP — At St. Thomas Main koad
Arch Hall. Apply to Mrs Seale,
Bush Hali Main Road St. Michael

30.9. 50--In

TANGLIN — Beachmont, Bathsheba,
Uctober onwards, monthly or other-
wise, 3 double bedrooms with single

Simmons bedsteads, children’s room, din-
Refrigerator, gar-
Apply Howe.
27.8.50-

ing room and lounge
age. ser sant’s room
26

Ring
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cal appliance wanted in every tome} —————
for quick hot drinks, water for shav- | _TOBRUK,—Cattlewash
ine. egg boiling, etc. Boilettes are| Of November, December, 1950, and cer-
used in the kitchen — bedroom —|] tain months for 1951, This house is also
nursery — flats — laboratories — aiso| for sale. ‘Phone 95244 or 95261 for in-
used by Doctors — Dentists — Chenigsts 1 formation. 16.9.50—2n
— Sar eens etc. ete, Price $5.24
each. . HUTSON Ltd.
sto s0-2».| PUBLIC NOTICES
eee eee — Automatic by
Garrad, from .70 to $54.84, while they “ = -
last. A. Barnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 3559. NOTICE
28.9.50—t.f.n Estate of
PETER PATTERSON
REFRIGERATOR—One (1) 6 cub. ft Deceased

Refrigerator, two years old in excellent





NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all

ane eenerncnettsnesopsh spent tesithtsatosisiaionettn tein sissies enane

condition. Apply Electric Sales & Ser-| persons having any debt or clams
vice Ltd. 30.9,.50--2n. J against the Estate of Peter Patterson
L ae of Se Spe Annexe Woodside Gar-
ens, in the parish of Saint Michael in
IVESTOCK sg ne who died in this Island on
the 4th day of June 1950 -- intestate

MULE, CART & HARNESS in good mais
condition, Ring 4038, Sherbourne, Two See Tenner US. Barc Ab Derr notee

Mile Hill, St. Michael
27.9.50-—5n.

MECHANICAL

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT Large
quantity of 1% inch Galvanised ‘piping.
Also Mill, 10 ft. Fan, 60 ft. Tower, 2%
inch Pump and large tank. Ring 4038.
“Sherbourne”, Two Mile Hill, St
Michael. 27.9.50—5n

One hand operated BACON SLICING











MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co.,
Ltd., Whitepark. 13.9,50—t.f.n.
TYPEWRITER — A _ re-conditioned,
secondhand, Portable “Underwood’
Typewriter. Apply: Revd. H. Lane,
Y.M.C.A, 30.9.50--3r
———$———
MISCELLANEOUS





DELICIOUS GUAVA CHEESE 7T2c. Pe;
Tt. Apply Mrs. Bradshaw, Strathclyde
Dial 2649, 30.9.50—2n

MEN’S SHIRTS — Largest selection
of Men's Shirts 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

PRESSURE COOKERS —7 and 10%
Pints capacity (Imperial measige)
$14.50 and $18.59 each respectively.

Their use guarantees 80% saving of fuci
and time. JOHN F. HUTSON LTD
30.9.50--2n,

ROCK STONES — 1/- a ft. delivered
Apply to the Manager Drax Hall plan-
tation, 28.9.50—On

SHIRTS Ready-Made and made to
measure. Shirts ordered can be deli-
vered within 3 hours. Fit and quality
fully guaranteed. Reliance Store, High
st. 29.9.50—7n

WEST INDIES’ VICTORY TIES—-Join
the Crowd and give our team a Royal
Welcome. But be sure to wear a West
Indies' Victory Tie, Obtainable at Har-
rison’s at $1.69 each, 30.9, 50—In

WANTED
HELP

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

POSITION WANTED

YOUNG Lady seeks employment o5
nurse or companion to elderky person:
willing to travel. Also desirous
taking up post as Clerk Secretary.
had experience as Stenographer in Civil
Service. Reply to XBY C/o Advocate
Advertising Dept. 3.9, 50-—2n.

MISCELLANEOUS

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

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

PERSONAL

























| COMPANY

The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife LOUISE
BISHOP (nee Griffith of Sandy Ground,
Paradise Rd. Ch, Ch.) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone
else contracting any debt or debts in
ry name unless by a_ written order
signed by me,

Sgd, HENRY HAROLD BISHOP.
Pine Land, TWo Mile Hifi

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The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife MIRIAN
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‘A PUCKRING (nee Weeks!
as I do not hold myself responsible for
or anyone else contracting any tebt
or debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me. .

(Sgd.) ROBERT ORBURN PUCKRIN
Bay Land,

G,
Almshous*,
9.50--2n |

The public are here! warned agains: |
credit to my wife LEO! 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
29.9.50—2n



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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 any debt or debts 1»
my name unless by a written order









stened BY god. JOSEPH CONNEL
. col OLA.
Black Rock, Near The Mount % WANT TO BUY A
t ichael % co AGE
NOTICE % AT ;
s s
Applications for the Post of Parochinl @ HASTINGS
Treasurer for the Parish of St. Philio. | 4 ATA ‘
wis be etre by me not later than! &
Saturday 7th October 1950. Applicants | @ . 9 %,
must furnish Birth Certificate, Medicai % BARGAIN PRICE?
Certificate, and Testimonials, and have a "7
Keneral knowledge of Bookkeeping * Before Tne vrice Boom,
Successfu pplicant must reside ‘niy , Dy q
the Parish, and be prepared to take] aun - — e Pramable xz
up duties on the 2th of October, 1950 % Hvesunent, x
A applications to be sent to— 6
D. D. GARNER Esqr., M.c.P, |S PHONE 3952. ¥
Marchfield, ‘st. Philip. | % %
20.9.50—8n. [ SOS rote



of their claims duly attested to the
undersigned Marian May Nurse C/o G
L. W. Clarke & Co. Solicitors, James
Street Bridgetown on or before the
30th day of November 1950 after whicn
date I shall proceed to distribute
the assets of the deceased among the
parties entitled thereto — having regara
enly to such claims of which I shalt
then have had notice and I will not
be liable for the assets or any part
thereof so distributed to any person ot
whose debt or claim [ shall not then}
have had notice.

And all persons indebted to the
Estate are requested to settle their in-
debtness without delay.

Dated this 26th day September 1950

MARIAN MAY NURSE

Qualified Administratrix of the

tate of Peter Patterson deceased.
27.9 .50-—4n

Es-





NOTICE

Re Estate of
CHARLES FREDERICK SKEETE
deceased

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim upon
or affecting the estate of Charles
Frederick Skeete late of Mile and a
Quarter in .ne parish of Saint Peter
who died in this Island on the 26th
day of January 1936, are hereby re-
quired to send in particulars of their
claims duly attested to me N.thanfte!
Augustus Skeete c/o Messrs. Hutchin-
son & Banfield, Solicitors, James Street
Bridgetown on or before the 30th day
of November 1950, after which date |
shall proceed to distribute the assets
of the said estate among the parties en-
titled thereto having regard to the
cebts and claims only of which I shal!
then have had notice and that I shall
not be liable for the assets so distributes
to any person of whose debt or claim
I shall not have had notice at the time
of such distribution. is

And all persons ,indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their ac-
counts without delay.

Dated this 4th day of September, 1950

SKEETE



N. A.
Qualified Administrator of the estate
of Charles Frederick Skeete, deceased.
27.9.50—4n



TAKE NOTICE






















That BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO
(BARBADOS) LIMITED
whose trade or business address
“Greenhill”, Lodge Road, Saint Michael
Barbados has applied for the registra-
tion of a trade mark in Part “A" of
Register in connection with Cigarettes
and will be entitled to register the
same after one month from the 25th
day of September 1950 unless some
person shall in the meantime
notice In duplicate to me at my ce
of opposition of such registration he
trade mark can be seen on application

at my office.
Dated this 20th day of September
H. WILLIAMS

1950.
Registrar of Tiade Marks
28.9.50—3n



QUICK SALE

10,800 square feet land on
the SEA AT HASTINGS,
with wall house easily con-
verted into a guest house —
all modern conveniences, has
a back gallery overlooking
the sea. Dial 2947
R. ARCHER MC KENZIE

ES
FOR SALE

Victoria Street
30. 9. 50—2n,

SPECIAL PRICE FOR
AMAA,





bridge School Certificate.

BARBADOS





GOVERNMENT NOTICES

PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING STAFF, DOMINICA
VACANCY FOR FIELD TECHNICIAN

Applications are invited for the post of Field Technician with
the Public Health Engineering Staff, Dominica

2 The post is non-pensionable and carries a _ saiary of
$720 x $120-—$1,440 with a temporary cost of living allowance of
15% decreasing to 12'4% from $960 onwa Subsistence allowance
at local rates is payable and the successful applicant will be required



rds,

to serve a probationary period of six months on the successful com- |

pletion of which he would be asked to sign a contract to 31st Decem-
ber. 1953.
3. Applicants should posses:



some knowledge of engineering
surveys, elementary building construction, preparation of drawings in
ecounection therewith, malaria control measures,
drainage and should be in possession of the Cambridge Senior School
Certificate with a credit in mathematics. Experience in control of
labour would be an advantage.

4. The commencing salary may be $864 and the period of pro-
bation three months depending on qualifications.

5. Applications should be accompanied by, if possible. a testi-



v.

later than 15th October, 1950.
30.9.50—2n





HURRICANE WARNINGS
IT HAS BEEN decided to supplement the present arrahgements









master of the Virgin Islands Secondary School.

2. The post, which is pensionable, carries a salary of £450,
£475 x 25—525. Quarters are not provided. Non-pensionable cost
of living allowances are being paid at rates which would givegthis
officer £187. 10. p.a. at a salary of £450 and £215, 12. 6. p.a. at
the maximum of the scale. The appointment will be on probation
for one year,

3. The Virgin Islands Secondary School, which has 50 to 60
pupils, the majority girls. is the sole secondary school in the Presi-
dency, Its present academic aim is to prepare children for the Cam-
There is a hostel for girls which it is
hoped to open in 1951. The Headmaster will be required, not only
to perform normal teaching duties, but also to supervise the conduct
of the hostel (which will have a resident matron) and to perform
the administrative duties arising from his being the head of the
Department of Secondary Education. The teaching staff consists of
three Assistants and a Domestic Science teacher.

4. Applications should reach the Commissioner, British Virgin
Islands, not later than 30th November. 1950. They should show the
age, educational qualifications, experience, special subjects and in-
terests of candidates.and should be accompanied by copies of testi-
monials, Candidates should also state whether they are married or
single, 30.9,50——In



APPOINTMENT OF KEEPER OF CLOTHING,
: _GENERAL HOSPITAL.

Applications dre invited for the pensionable post of Keeper of
Clothing, General Hospital at a salary of $1,056 rising by annual
increments of $48 to $1,200.

2. Applicants should not be over 40 years of age, should have
attained a satisfactory standard of education and should be campe-
tent dressmakers with experience in the supervision of the work of
a large staff of seamstresses and washers. They should be compe-
tent to keep records of the work done in the Department, and will
be responsible for the maintenance of stocks. Appointment will be
on probation for two years in the first instance.

3. Applications on forms obtainable from the Secretary, Gen-
eral Hospital. should be forwarded to him not later than the 3ist of
October, 1950.

30.9.50—3n



SUPERVISOR OF EDUCATION, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Applications are invited for appointment to the post of Super-
visor of Education, British Virgin Islands.

2. The post, which is pensionable, carries a salary of £400.
£450 x 25—500. Quarters are not provided. Non-pensionable cost
of living allowances are being paid at rates which would give this
officer £168. 15 p.a. at a salary of £400 and £206. 5 p.a. at the
maximum of the scale. He will be required to keep a horse, in
respect of which he will be eligible to draw a travelling allowance,
the present rate of which is £30 p.a. The appointment will be
on probation for one -year.

2. The principal duties of the Supervisor of Education are—
(a) to supervise and inspect all elementary schools, (b) to advise
the school management on policy and curricula, (c) to train teachers
and (d) to supervise (in consultation with a local committee) the
Road Town library and the extension of library services throughout
the Presidency.

4. Applications should reach the Commissioner, British Virgi:
Islands. not later than 30th November, 1950. They should show
clearly the age, educational qualifications. experience, special sub-
jects and interests of candidates and should be accompanied by
copies of testimonials. 30.9.50—1n

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monial from a member of the Public Health Engineering profession | Pe of obtaining admission to Universities and Colleges, as even
and should be submitted to the Senior Medical Officer, Dominica, not | terial colleges and polytechnics are overcrowded and it is very
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that candidates would be acceptable
evidence of high ability such as a Grade I School Certificate and a
Higher School Certificate, both passed at the earliest possible age
and at the first attempt.
The British Council will be responsible for making arrange-
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for them.





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1950

The Public

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Real Estate

Before Buying or Selling |
Good Class Property it

Pays to see

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Phone 4640

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Forms of application for admission. to be completed in tri-
| plicate, may be obtained from the Secretary, Student Advisory Com-
mittee, C/o Colonial Seeretary’s Office, and must be completed and
returned to him not later than Monday, the 16th of October, 1950.













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Also one (1) Small property at Schpo.
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Twelve hundred dollars, ($1,200.00).

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A WALL HOUSE — With shop at-
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for a Cautionary Warning by the blowing of the sirens which have 30.9.50—3n be
recently been installed at various points for this purpose. sg sastaitciaislaaga alin OUR SPEIGHTSTOWN & SIX MENS BRANCHES a
Immediately following on the issue of a Cautionary Warning the on a
ae will be blown at fifteen minute intervals over a period of one SHIPPING NOTICES will be closed for tf)
If electric power is available when it is possible to give the “All 4
Clear”. the sirens will be blown continuously for three minutes. ; MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW ZEA.) ee ee {
30.9.50—2n LAND LINE LIMITED | ee -
(M.A.N.Z, LINE) ' |
i . x : s.8. “PORT WELLINGTON” arriving Tr M. V. “RADAR” will {
Regulations For British Council Scholarships. at Barbados September 27th. 5 accept Cargo and Passengers for |'! on
os wa io a re - ——— — — iia Mgnt tit, Abiinide Geplomenee thik: Bat atiine'wedtesias ck 41 ae “
i versities and other educational insti s » United King- | Vevonport Septem! 5th, me
5a educational institutions in the United King- | Vevonport eek eas aah pao he hae eNO le ia Ss | Tuesday 3rd., \V ednesday Ath and 2
. ‘ Brisbane October 4th, arriving at Bar- accept Cargo and Passengers {0° j
2. Te awards are mainly for men and women who have al- | dos November 4th. i St, Lucia, St, Vincent, Greneda
ready successfully completed university degree courses or who have |, Tres? ne ae ncn nena cade, | Sh Cae ee Thursday Sth. October.
equivalent professional qualifications. Preference is given to candi- » accepted on through bills of ! ear |
wn — 7" a years of ae. | br Warkadeh masta dines Winds B.W.L, Schooner” OWhers |//{? Will our Plantation Friends and Customers please
; he scholarships are normally for one academic year of 10 | ward and Leeward Islands Asso, (Inc). _
months or for two-academic years, according to the duration of the| "Syunwess Witty & Go LTD. arrange their shopping and orders accordingly.
approved course of study. Subjects already provided for by other Trinidad, B.W.L. , Tel. No. 4047 ;
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in favour of those who wish to study subjects as may be studied in i
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may be given to a competent candidate who wishes to study public up 0. x & i
finance, including local Government practice in the United Kingdom. _— “ ‘ . i
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tenance and study, and includes fares, fees, personal maintenance, a : . x *
rant for books and apparatus of £10 per annum and approved ‘EW OR * 4
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ance varies between £25 and £35 monthly according to the seniority . %
of the scholar and the place in which he is studying. Where scholars x “RECTOR’S INFLUENZA MIXTURE” g
are in a position to do so, they are expected to contribute to the cost. ante Vian eakts x
5. Scholarships are awarded only on the recommendation of the salle ae As a follow-up after an attack of Influenza, or any other z
Council Representatives overseas. N.Y. Fever use .
6. Conditions of Tenure BY Som. ai at sen ia deka
5 " ” st September ctober ’
(a) A scholar must spend the whole of his scholarship period “RECTOR’S FEVER MIXTURE’
in the United Kingdom and must undertake to return t
; : 8 per f sce CANADIAN SERVICE ~ This product is specially prepared to enable you to resist
to his own country at the end of this time. LOUTHBOUND x and get rid of Malaria and other Fevers,
(b) A scholar may not take paid employment without the Nano cs whip en : Bc pirives
‘i shict ri . 5 enip q trea alifax arbados
consent of the Council, which will be granted only in| gs «atcoa PARTNER” Mephennisd . Rik’ Begtarahan’ eK Bantenion? ‘ Obtainable at . x
exceptional cases. 8. “ALCOA PEGASUS” September 22nd.September 25tn. October Sth, $ , x
(c) A scholar must follow the course of study approved by | NOnqunounp > reenieeronees "Saree Neeanetons 1 B k B'DOS D St Ltd x
the Council and abide by the rules of the University or Arrives * 00 er $ ( ) rug ores ° x
: Syn os . : ‘ eo Barb: ‘,
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These application forms must be completed and returned with |
supporting documents before 6th October, 1950. j ls ~
Candidates recommended by local selection committees will be || HARRISON LINE
required to supply five (5) sets of all documents and may also be
required to submit a medical certificate of fitness. ‘
A candidate who has previously applied for a scholarship must TL is is to notif our customers that
make his second application in full. OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM h Y = e :
8. Method of Selection. s a ‘
A local selection committee will consider applications from resi- Vessel From Leaves Yn ee our GARAGE will be closed for = j
dents in Barbados. The recommendations of this committee will be re iit cae P See 1
7 Ss comm .“— M/bri — ;
further considered, together with others from the Leeward and the 8.8. “TEMPLE ARCH peeve . 5th Sept. 29th Sept. | ae ta . ‘
Windward Islands, by an area selection committee under the chair-]s sg “SI'THONIA” .. London 18th Sept. 4th Oct. ; » -4
manship of the British Council Representative, 3.8. “GEOLOGIST” Liverpool 30th Sept. 14th Oct. - ime |
The final selection will be made by the British Council in London | 8,8. “LLOYDCREST”’ London 10th Oct. 27th Oct. can j
from among those on the short list recommended by the Area Selection : wa }
Committee, % 17.9.50.—8n. HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM ON |
Vessel For Closes in Barbados :
HEADMASTER OF SECONDARY SCHOOL, SS. “MOONCREST” Lani Mid. Gdtabar | ¥ 3 , : j
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS. S'S. “JUNECREST” ‘ Liverpool Laie October Tuesday 3rd — Wednesday Mth ;
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November 1950.

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Bills, other than Government, Contracts, and those customers being sup-
plied direct from the Natural Gas lines. The discount will be reduced
by 5% and the Meter Rentals will be from 18c. per month according to
size of Meter.

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time as satisfactory Legislation is passed, and the natural

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1950






FAIR

IN AID OF ST. WINIFKED’S
BUILDING FUND AT

HASTINGS ROCK’

TO-DAY —3 to 6 p.m.

STALLS. Netdlework, Vegeta-
bles and Preserves, Cakes, Noveli-
hes and Tors, Rooks, Plants and
Flowers, Lucky Dip, Wheel of
Fortune, Sweeti, lees and Hot
Dogs, lced-Coffee, Grape Fruit
Juice, Cocoa-Cola ete

Games and Pony Rides.
The Police Band, by kind per-
mission of Cos. R. T. Michelin,
Commissioner of Police, under
Capt. C. E. Raison, A.R.C.M.,
will be in attendance from 4—5
p.m.

pepimission:. _Aduits L-,
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, Proceeds in aid of St, Phillip’s Under the direction Admission — 2/-
— On their last official outing in Erzland the West Indies Cricket Team visited the British Bata Shoe Branch of the Poppy League of Capt. Raison
w Factory at East Tilbury. After in: ,ecting this huge plant they were given presents of shoes, amongst
which was a pair of the new Sportrite boot which has been developed for use of Hard ground.
Mr. J. M. Kidney does a little checking. F
eee Admission $1.00
Harbour Log) STATISTICS OF WEST $ TO-NIGHT
INDIES E AM ~ Hope you have remerfibered
In Carlisle Bay | $ and are all set for the
Sch, Lucille M. Smith, Sch. Cyclora:a | 3 DANCE
Q., Seh. Gloria rete. Sg ee f (By The Sports Editor) ; BOWLING $ ai
Eunicia, Sch. Lochinvar S., Sch. Hartict) Following are the batting anc se Ae lee in,
Si Gordon, : $ Oo. M R. W. Age
Ben. Cyril Eo smh sen Zita Wonita,| oowling averages for the West] S. Ramadhin 1,043.4 398 2,009 129 15.57 x CHILDREN’S GOODWILL
Sch. Enterprise, Sch Reginald Wallace,| (ndies 1950 tour of England. The} A. L Valentine 1,185.2 475 2,207 123 17.94 8 LEAGUE
Sch. Bastern Bel. Sen. aiouy shoo } Test Mateh averages for England | 7 = oes a a a 33 18.72 » ADMISSION —:— 2/-
‘V. Lieo Smtvais: > S 2s > bowl-| fogrel 4 70 97 Music by Mr. Percy Green
ARRIVALS: | ind the West Indies and the | F. M. Worrell 480.1 170 i
Tanker Rufina, 1,856 tons, nett, Capt. | ing and batting averages for First| G. & Gomez 680.3 221 and his Orchestra.
W. Vander Wagt, from Grenada. |. | Class matches of the West Indies}¢. B. Williams 3 You'll have the best of
ae naan, uaa’ P| and for the first sixteen players| Fog ee pe ae eee everything, so be at the Shed
'S.S. Tista, 4,300 tons, nett, Capt. N |in English First Class County|j; g’ sfarsnall 1203 38 398 pate Pr ce
Wolstad, from New Orleans. ‘ Cricket. Also bowled:—K. B. Trestrail, 3—0— KEEP YOUR
S.S. Carimare, 3,314 tons, nett, Capt ny 110; C. L. Walcott, 12-6220; E
G. Voisin, from La Pallice. ENGLAND Weekes, 9—0— 41—2; J. B Stollmeyer, pe
S.S. Helena for Trinidad, M.V. Radar BATTIN a1—S—117--2. FEET DRY IN PESSOESSSSSSSS S999
for Montserrat, $.8. Factor for Trinidad Times . a i
i Lno R. Hs English Players
a Hutton 333. . 2 >
ps In Touch With Barbados | {''°.... 40 255 114 BATTING THE WETTEST
: . T. EB, Bailey 41 145 82¢
Coastal Station TE. Bai 6 0 224 104 fetes DANCE shades ea__._._.._..___...80e. & $1.44
se 0 130 69 ualification: nnings ——
CABLE & WIRELESS (West Indies! seen aN eae Averana 16 P WEA THER DUNLOP WARMLINERS are ;
Ltd. advise that they can-now commu-| yj” parich 40 94 71 Times Seamless. Springy _Dunlopillo = Bt oe Baby Khus Khus Hangers ea_______.$108
nicate with the following ships through | Gc Bew 40 87 67 Se te I. no, R. H.S. Av'ge Haine ein caebrnap Swansdown THE BARBADOS
their Barbados Coast Station. — HG. D 40 % 2 atson (Wo comfort, AQUA LU! 2
Ree a eee See aaa W.D. Yardley 6 0 108 41 op. ayoree 2 2 20% 132. (Loeat pi he Rt RL. Rays | Woollen Coats eda........ remus $3.60
Hills, 8.8. colaou aria, . . .e 4 4 638 ag * mpson a x a ee cS Se Sf
Be gs tue ao naes| Sener «A. vod ee i ae Booties pair 60c. to $1.00
uay, 5. ates ened Berry eg 8 4 utton g a* p.m es ir A
Ravello, “8.8. Presenie. Dutra,” 5 8.| Hollies ger ee Waive wee i . 4. Music by THE HOT SHOTS ” P
Keania, 8:8 Nyholm, §.8" Woldingharo| Also Batted:—F. 'R. Brown 0 and 16; | Hardstaf 3 4 1383 149" ALL STAR Q E Bonnets, silk ea_...___...._.._ $1.56
: ° ad 2 rm Yompt iD.) and ; Dollers ; s a 00 : ;
Fe are a ne Oe em [hr Hite Sand 6; 0. 3! Male, 41) Cox ‘85 7 2.869 165" Featuring ROD CLAVERY,
Spurt S'S. Teliconus, $.8,. Jomaas, 3.8.| and 0; Laker 4 and 40; Meintyre 4 and qo bias . 2 ae ie Vocalist, and LEARRIB crochet ea. _.. $2.00
Bonalee 6.6. Michasi, 8.8. Barane,| J; Shackleton 42 and 1: D. 8. Sheppard | Commen (DP) 8 an ate ATWELL on_ Electrical ” pss to at es
oo es Eta: teviaue Be Abnne. : aor ar Meee a an eee aes oe Parkhouse 46 2 1,997 162 Amplified GUITAR, playing
B'S. New S.S. Bsso Den Hang,| The following three-figure innings; 2. S. Sheppard 44 2 1,885. 297 : eer latest RHUMBAS, SAMBAS,
S.S. Newcombia, Fishiock 59 6 2417 147 Mi
S.S. Mormac Sea were played for England: r ; = oN ae : BOLEROS & SPANISH
‘ Washbrook (2); 114 at Lords’s, 102 at | Marri . e er 239 ; WALTZES
Nottingham. Evans (i1); 104 at Man- 0
chester Hutton (1); 202 not out at =a se
CaAWwe ne oval, ee BOWLING '
BOWLING at : me Ai : x Admission to Ballroom 2/- oy is
Qualification: 10 wickets Rae
ARRIVALS By B.W.I.A.L, Oo M RW. Ay Sake ee 7 .
Fro : J , ‘ < . 5 _ 4 MBER FLASH |, -to- 26.9.50—5n.
mn AT UCTA: Berry 1085 47 228 9 25 33] Tattersall .. 1,404.4 501 2,623 193 YHITE FLASH tennis shoes, shoe, with Ventilex canvas dod 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
gllies .. a eher unio “ :
Mildred Benjamin Hollies 119-38 268 10 26.80) 5 ©, Boucher 107.5 28 260 18 Insoles, vee and Qunibpiiia Ounlepilio insoles.
ED RETIRE SUTANAY a ac Yaad, | Beer tA. V.)° 18] 49 877 11 3637) Homer , WS 14 aay ae es, .
v> ‘pinally, ti, Stehie, Ne stenie, Gp| TE: Baliey .. 47.2 12 121 3 40.38 | Laker 1,399.5 530 2,544 166
ehle, N. ‘Pitt, griffith, R. Grimitn, | Jenkins 118.2 20 409 10 40.90) Appleyard 83.4 18 177 11
Fag te a Mecunieen N. McCulloen,]N, W. D Davies (BR) 413 131 923 57 Saturday, October 14, 1950 5S$S$SS555595959995S6S9995999 Sos
S. McCulloch, B. Parkinson wrardiey ion ML Mf 1 94.00) Statham 300.5 82 613 37 %
. he : fdrich Wardle 1,628.5 743 2,909 174
Una "tease Bisie Jones , Also Bowled:--E. R. Brown, 2la-4 filton 1161.3 484 2/267 195 AN ENTERTAINMENT T NEW STOCK OF
Intransit for GRENADA: Yr Aa sagt SD San + am 46 49-275 16 s
il—12-—91—0; Laker 31—9—86—i: Shack- { 750.4 225 1,682 9 i A
Intranet for TRINIDAD: leton, 49--9~135--1; R. T. Simpson | Goxon ** 1448 200 2'4: . Under the distinguished %
Assier de Pompignan, M. Belle, Doug-|1.3—0--9-0; = Wardle 47--16--104—2; ] ¢} W. Youngson ‘157.1 88 339 18 patronage of His Excel- 2
las Yearwood, Mavis Yearwood Wright $3—13—-141—5 ve lollies .. 1,828.1 488 2,713 144 lency the Governor and
Mgamuel’. Misrahi, William —Walwyn WEST INDIES Lawrence. 106 | 18d $3174 118 Mrs. Savage
Marjorie waiver, Christopher Walwyn BATTING will be held at the
From MAIQUETIA; aes.
scrartalde, Schupp, Cali Schupp, Elena he a, aaa kere DRILL HALL %
UPP, as costa, ari costa, | ,. Bia 3! 26 9.23 eee
Vincente Armas, Esmerahda Armas, 7 az on : : ae aaa ue. 06 To-day’s Cricket x BYMIN AMARA HALIBORANGE
Carmen Picno, Americo Pieno, Davi ‘ S : E 7 rede ‘ oie f
Ochoa, Aura “Ochoa, Emesto’ Pacris.|'/ Weekes, @ 0 $38 129 G6 38 5. eee % LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRUP OF FIGS
Vietorie Paris, Robert Gabriel, Mary| }. : AG es + 45.g0| The fourth round of First Divi- e ju wy Barbados
Seeiarohna By B.W.LAL G. E, Gomez 61 41.40};ion and Intermediate cricket STOKES BY Regiment * and
For DOMINICA: = J. D, Goddard ., 6 3 20-60) cames will continue at the vari- == & NOE _LTD.~AGENTS from 5.00 p..m, to 7.00 p.m. : RUSKS—Baby’s First Solid Food
SL aha aenerotareh ch toeees oko ioo9[©US cricket grounds today. Rain In aid of the Girls’ x ere
For LA GUAIRA: . 0.00) a gia ‘ : i ne
[ " i,|8. Ramadhin 5 2 3 33] prevented cricket from being play- ~ Frie :
Phillipe Huiz isabel Huis “Atela A. L, Valentine 5 0 3 00}cd last Saturday, the second day & ndly Society s Also a variety of CIGARS
a |e gg he aba et ES alec oer “Ol cf the four matches. PROGRAMME %
5 r 2 T., one- i * 5
veva Decaneion, Mabel MeGibbon, Nels The following Hoses innings were Di The sixth ne of Second e “ THE SUN k
eGibbon, Gi McGibbon played for West Indies:— ivision cricket has resolv- h,
re ibbon apn cl rey, taonei| at ionina 2, (2)! 108 at the Oval 106leq itself into a one ee ii ove ness or ou $ COLLINS DRUG STORES
‘ommy els, Sheila Ha: , Lionel] at Lord's. orre (2); a + . ‘
Mapp, Jean Ector. war Nottingham, 138 at the Oval, c, Li | ture. This round was to have GOES DOWN” *s
For BRITISH GUIANA: Waleott (1); 168 not out at Lord's. B.}begun last Saturday but rain ¢
Leonore Hamilton, Sybil Hansford,






Weekes (1); 129 at Nottingham prevented play.













Penelope Howard, Hugh Howard, Blaine i rie by
Howard, Patricia Howard, Norah Came~ ae er v ee The matches are: ELEANOR FITZGERALD
ron, Ian Cameron, Hugh Cameron, J. D. Goddard veh 29 iy 6 *y ° Fi Divisi ¢
’ odds 29 122 20, 35 -
OR A. 1, Valentine 4223 197 674 33 20 42 irst Division with 8 ATTENTION ....
5 ve, 1 5 amadhin 377.5 i 26 3. 23 ~
aoe be Willismns. Oona Walnee: Vue F. M. Worrell 98:2 36 162 6 :0 33] Combermere vs Lodge at Com- Ning MICHELIN, William ‘
Pilgrim, Joseph Roberts, Frank ‘Nasci-] 8. H. Johnson 654 13 142 3 4733|bermere, College vs Spartan at bee eas rie em eae, ae %
; : a A aE bert CHEES:! : :
For TRINIDAD. 04! Saar mes 8 ie 7 un ee |College, Wanderers vs Carlton at hn noe




sohn BURT, Ann RAISON,
Michael LYNCH. FE

} Just Received PICTURES Of

W. I CRICKET TEAM

IN ENGLAND



Carmen Wilkinson, Joseph Carter,{ Also Bowled—C, L. Waicott 4—i-{t2e Bay and Empire vs Police




Oldis Calendar, Lisle Butler, Kealon} 12—0 at Bank Hall. ; ; :
peagnant, Alynthia Lovell, Peter Nople, First Class Cricket son ne eee Junior Barba-
Betty Thompson, David Oliver, Cyril oe ‘a oe . 5

Grazette, William Martin, William Win- WEST INDIES Intermediate sail oak

ston, Archer St John, Marion Me BATTING Oo erlude.




anott Cable & Wireless vs Y.M.P.C.
Times

I. n.o. RB. H.-S. Av'ge |? Boarded Hall, Mental Hospital
Weekes 33 4 2,310 304° 79.65]/VS Empire at Black Rock, Spar-
M. Worrell .. 31 5 1,775 261 68 26/tan vs Wanderers at the Park and

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C. L. Walcott |) 36 6 1,674 168° 55.£0| Dick wic 5 in auy

R. J. Christiani 3410 1094 isis 4s.sa]Eickwick vs Windward at the



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> The Story. of the G.F.S
Monday next the 2nd October being @. 2. Gores 30 4 1116 149 42 92 Cval, 3. 4
& public apolitey one wae. mere R. E. Marshall 28 0 1,117 188 29.69 Second Division arid See Our Show Cases
ys ' a ; Be eee
the General Post Office up to 12.30] 4: _F._ Rae 38 4 1,330 179 39.11






K. ta ipreetel oe 8 ee a ) sY.M.P.C.. vs Police at Beckles
J.D. Goddard 21 5 309 58* 19.31) } Road, Lodge vs Empire at Lodge,
H. H, Johnson 16 4 184 39° 15.33/Carlton vs College at Carlton,
will be closed at the General Post Omice ¥ Sy Williams i ‘ i ee x 7 Foundation vs Combermere at}
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Parcel Mail, Registered Mail gnd}/ S. Ramadhin 15 8° 38 7 Bag a ano Ms R ¢ aa "4 pialeertcl
Ordinary Mail at 10,00 a.m. on the truj A. L. Valentine 19 3 40 ” 3.0644 e arrison an szeeward vs

2

p.m. On Saturday 30th inst
Registered mail closes an hour before

ordinary mail. J
Mails for Trinidad by the S.S, Magna

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, lM 'BRUSH... UP . YOUR... SMllE... WITH fHE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH Wisdom CaJiib galling IO-M<.lll DINE AND DANCE AT CLUB MORGAN THE WEST INDIES MOST POPULAR Wall CU1I DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS Stmd throughout the Night Dial 4O00 lor Reservations AfCATK CUn CIXE.HA[M.mfc*rsOnlyj H mliMCj the I i will be present MI I %  .. present the Address of ".' %  to Captain John <> will also altcm* luarwinp to be held at the Mjtma Beta Ul of the 11. katw Saw "Hantlet'' H IS Excellent tb I BO i.mpanied by M' film Hamlet last night at HiMats* On an. Savage wu presented With bouQUd %  •• : BBM* awughler of Mr. I Students Leave 1 SAVING >i-:n i.,> Bwrna tmalm bj u W i A BW i twelve Barbadian etude:.' %  Indies and Mr Herea fValeal % %  tudy for his Aft*. i af D %  G. Cummin*. M C P. an B.B.C. Radio Programme Fl tUcMUHRAY. Sylvia SIDNEY Hnr roNDA '" 'THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE M i %  Cu v,v*v,v//////AV'''''Wy/. -. tUM.AKT A MJTOAV f M UATINEB SUN S P M w.un.i > Top Thriller: I ilward (. 1 %  .in.-n ItOMNHON BACALL "KEY f.im;o" fiNDAY TUCKDAV %  M> f M MAT1NEX MONDAY P M Warner'* Uli Outdoor ,\rM.-nv (Double, with Mast* "LAND KEYOND The LAW and CHEROKEE STRIP staninc Hick FOR AN and (rUtcr. '.' •.' • -.*.'.*. •.'.*.*.'.*.*.*v*v..**. Bpr 1*1 Matinee To-dnv (Sat 1 Morning v.M) Mono*rum, t-xrllinc Adventure! BLACK GOLD" C*h,b,Ckm* with lull... , (MINN Its Hi. Story of a Man. a Roy and I Dank Mail and M.* row. daughter .>f Mr and aa* Q f BatfTM nt l-.wei iBLaU Mr Cummins and Mm %  M*a*o. an second both are studying me.:.. Mr. Euclid King ha* holarship ut Art*. M. I rick, formerly • ache. master at the Parry School It Maw %  tudying (or hit An.' oegTee MM %  MMi Bsasaan. V-<# — daughter of Mr H n:.ogeman of Trinity View Bl PanTap. Mis= Daphne Pilgnm. daughter o! Mi and Mrs. S O Pilgrim of Bay Street. Miss Joyce Hope, daughter of Mr. and Mr* J C Hope td Seavtew. Brittoni Cross Road. Mi. Charles PllgTim. son of Mr and Mrs G B Pilgrim of 'BuUerT. St. James. Mr. Keith Ashoy. non of Mr and Mrs Duncan Ashby of Welches. Christ Chureh. Mr Vemon Smith, son of V. Smith. H es d m as ter of Si Simon > Mixed School and Mrs. Smith I f St. Andrew Mr Gerald Searlaa. son of Mrs. B. Searlct of "Endeavour". Si James. Mr Edson lr.mss son of Mr. and an Grenvillr Ir.niss af Pine Hill and Mr Bert Recce, son of Mr. Nigel Recce of %  John, will study medicine b John Hoyw Science For Enfland M R K N R. HUSBANDS. Speaker of the House of Assembly and Mrs. Husbands will be leaving Barbados on Thursday evening. October 12 by the 5 '.5 plane for Trinidad on their wav U> England to attend the opening %  House of Commons on October 20. FYom Trinidad they will fl> t<> Prestwick. Scotland via Curacao %  nd New York by K L M. Dutch Airlines and then travel down by B.O AC. to London, there on October 14. The Speaker and Mrs. Husbands expect to be back In Barbados In about .. month'-: %  MS Oil Talks .HMOS."* Ambition M R. RUDOLPH EVANS Secre:JI> t ih> I in Piccadilly and a native ol rM makini of hh %  Mings for a rrcnrh OoanHu i.' who has acted ID vhis gre.lr.l jmbltton In li'e i to play the part of Othello. He b still hopeful at 52 [ years %  • Prooaic tC M 1IEYWOOU %  lea has gone s.uoy im n .-M.S degi--Byl ... gmlifm I i> i-. < J.*IL lo be a II erttse. 1 uler-'.uie. afjg -v hopes to write poetry to" neously. she replied I'm liosaic to be poctK I think A ell wait and see Poppy Dance Tonight O VER one hut-dred and thirtj ticket* have already bee aM for the Poppy Dance at the Ovat Hotel tonight, and ^-sjanisen anuctpate a very large era—I With Capt Raison and taw Paakse Band's or ch es t ra, this enanst nsasuld be a top notcri aafnw rVocee dl from the danc. %  lSe St Philip Rrnnch of the Poppj League Down Under" %  Down Under hen Mr U*ats J \* l—igtan Ihrertor of Lotus J uuams Maraeunt O i i nwi f ? annecL tasansa Aaatralia n \.< of the cossraaa on th.lenu were fiaroured' w. Urtan Beans en Barbadea!' Wina a Pif! E UHITEHEAi)of HalU\, Plantation, has won him setf a put He bad tan luck .-amber, in the raffle which M .-.-ganiaed by the St Philip i^ranch of the Poppy Lxasrue \uiur t %  %  Th. K-. • %  MM IW % %  fc %  W'.-; M : lM to liacuns for artvral darya wUh Dr. M Resident Mactanaa of 1TM private utf Ofl OaTlid.. Eunice Clark CarporatMn and Mr. John Allen for the St Philip Poppy Pun,' ,r ** For Hearth Courac 1SS KUSE THOMPSON se and M.Jihe Barbados Gulf Ofl Ca..~l*d., Eunice Clarke, a District Nurs. :he setting up of a wesrk arcattachad to the Sanitation Depart aiasj—L m aecortance wtrh thesr ment of St Michael, left for Japraagaaiaaa %  cagan rruuca by B.W.IA yesterda> They arrived on Thursday by nxaiuna to attand a ten-months air frosn the VSJL via Trt^iaa ruhlic Health Course granted b> ..nd are staying at the Ocean the C^rernment at the PUD"< View Hotel Health Centre in Jamaica. Married in Jamaica Here for Two Months ARMED in J-roaica this www ARRIVING from Trinidad on ware Mi* Claire dsr Var%  %  Thursoay by B W I.A '.euil, daughter of Mr and Mr, was Mrs Emma Hoggins tfbo Arnaud de Veiteuil of Triruoad i? here for about two month* ..nd Dr. Steve Bennett, son of Mr Haying: at the Four Winds Club and Mrs. Pen" Bennett, of She was accompanied by Mr Cross Crossing. South Tnnidad and Mrs C S Hamilton am Both Steve and Clanan* well .r*. also staying there. Mr ton is an oil engineer riu oi iwom ivi %  stt^a*"".. %  % %  -" %  i|. n. roots U •( ay m i %  %  ,t Cl.u uf sssu< w pwpuiar. ir .* swen aoeaina %  heBIa M • ivi ti IS Ovwtaj i*' i* coat***-. .* uii* *t •!> .. i>tl J! B lK>*a. (ii a UsrMas.(ft Oo.h-; ov-uuu u. sna. i, . sauce i i sit* 1.IP (Si %  I ... ihtwaiB* Hi asaag ..... BMSSH U4 FuUii pa> m^rr i rt J.. mactiui**. ill • t rsad (rotD sL I \1 Rupert and Cast a wan ARRIVED ULTIA" MODERN GAS COOKERS TO-DAYS NEWS HASH l-ASSK PAITDII, BIMIIM. TAI'l: lor PKTIRt FRAMING 1ST ZZr pff Roll or I* yds FLOWERED GLASS FOR FRONT DOORS AT JOHNSON'S STATIONERY And HARDWARE ... i >ii>uti: • roiriAn F JFNME" -,rs lasasa coTts. HARSirUOMC I I I HOYY ., w SII KI SPI aju %  %  •ROMEO aid Jl'IIET" Jhn aARKVWi'Kl. IS.I-.I KMHI'iM .1 iiaaaai i and -BATAAN" with IJBTtf NOLAN Iwasfl TAVl*)ll NOT SUITABU fOH CltlU HOYAL T..-UIV iu t^—ar r i w >. .d x Kcp..bl B'S thmblr John WAYNE Vei BAUrTON -THE FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN AND "THE PHANTOM SPEAKS" f% wllh [f Ri,--...d AIUSW Lvnr ROBKRTS ",KOT aUlTABlX FOB CMU-DltaK I OLYMPIC To-D,.v to Monday 4 30 and ••' Hapublif Smathlng DoUlMo • D-lr CVANB Wr,.n DOL'OLAt* •THE TRESPASSER" AND •THE EIGHTlMi SEA BEES" John WAYNE Paul KSXI-Y A GRAND DANTE Kill k sivvn b cf BM SHELL SI TONIGHT AI !>• PHLNCESI AdninW 1 Mr HclKM. TO-NIGHT W 0*1 A SJT*4 MEAS THr iMno. sroiMrv v n br n>d i in* Dtui I on S*iunlay SOih ti-p' l>' AH* O( Ihp N>h form-d Kli-' li %  k f>m D m I a in MualC -UHPIWd by cirTTCNS' oitr^oarrnA M i law io kr.i a Kesa cannci undtrMpi on (hitienfn m*;ily. •* ka warn, rw io go mil lad .'., tlthouth M't se luoatt. Waff.*' pt ihipt hiag v> 'r do. I aw b* P*>tul 4gjm Vuu can rtk* lhi boilit ol milk .nd ih. bunt lh ovci from ir lourncv sleid-. It's il -Jiher odd. Ivs n**ei -*n* fu %  III io' • picnK brcakfaw betort-" Bu: Sfhaa ihty .'• OUIMOV Kok< doon'i B-fl foi brr*ktlM. HrulM li top •prrd liong lh promnud* .nd B.pti' hi. to ^OSBr and Latest Wamer-Pathe Newi ttaawl ni-NlTE 8! to *45_pm. TRXNIDAD'B TAV0URITE BAKD HOT SHOTS ALL-STAR QUINTETTE R< D CLAVERY, V..caUst MH'.IITY TFIIHOH. 19M Calvpso Champion 1 1 til ATWELL tKlactrk 0\dtariat) Special M.Unee MONDAY (Bank-Holldayl 3 PM. Monosram's U'estern Thriller! "STAMPEDE"'" Sepia-Tone with \MI l;i\ Inhn i. M .ik BimWN CYCLISTS RACING MONDAY I you DUMLOF 27 x i' 4 COVERS at $2.00 each TUBaaf at BOc each NEWSAM & CO., PLAZA Theatre mm IIIII IH. I tint V — II A II I. \ I \ S in all I li|iailiiirnlAFTER STOCK-TAKING CALL AND INSPECT THEM. Rei "-abet — Them is no parking prob/em when yoi shop with us I (! 3K YOUR BEST s \: WCB TO-NIGHT a TO-MORROW NIGHT CASUARINA CLUB I A Bertie Hayward's Orchestra STEAKS and SNACKS ', To*DaytoSun.5&8.30p.m. '1^"'^^ t>aW Ba-aaea^rts^n,,,,,^!)!, p^,, Special Matinee Monday (Bank-Holiday) %  rP.M. Sidney ..s Charlie CHAN In "SHADOWS over CHINATOWN" and limmy WAKELY in "RAINBOW over the ROCKIES" A Monogram Double! MONDAY and TUESDAY 5 and 8 30 P.M. Another Monogram Thrill Double! MAN WITH TWO LIVES and "BLACK flOI.D' with Color by Clnccoloi Edward NORMS— Mario with DWYEH—Eleanor LAWSON Anthony Ql'INN PLAZA Theatre O 1ST i S GALA GLOBE THEATRE TO-DAY AT 5 and 8.30 p.m. CONTINUING I III-: IIAIIItAIMIS < O-OI'I It \ I l\ I IOIIO> FAITOIIY LTD. THE STANDARD VANGUARD w —The Most Acclaimed Film in All Motion Picture History! o *^4 use i/dseline.^HAIR Tonic L TUP: FAMILY CAR—POPULAR EVERYWHEREI611 h.p. 6 seater saloon THE STANDARD 12-cwt. PICKUP THE STANDARD DELIVERY VAN Thi' Iw'st value in their clas* to-day. See them at • TI CHELSEA OARAOE (1950) LTD PRICES i — PIT 21c. BOUSE 48c., BALCONY #c., BOX 72c. Kid!. .j price in Route and Balcony AgMRI Trat.lf.r Street. _;:36iC?J Special School Children's 1.30 p.nv Matinees from 9th October. Kid. 18c. any part of the theatre um i i i m i HUM


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Saturda

September

1950

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TWO HOLIDAYS

NEXT

WEEK

One For Cricketers

"THERE will be two holidays next week, the
usual first Monday in October. and Tuesday

(October 3). The West Indies Cricketers are due!

to arrive on Tuesday and the Governor-in-
Executive Committee have decided that the day

of their arrival in Barbados be a Public Holiday.
The Barbados Cricket Association received a cable yester-
day from Captain Roberts of the S.S. Matina accepting an
invitation to a welcome luncheon to the team at the Marine
Hotel and informing the Association that the Matina will



arrive in Barbados at 10 a.m

Bevin Favours
Crossing

The Border

NEW YORK, Sept. 29,

British Foreign Minister Ernest
Bevin said here today he favoured
United Nations forces in Korea
crossing the 38th parallel.

He was leaving by the “Queen
Elizabeth” after attending the
Foreign Ministers Conference here
and the United Nations Assembly
at Flushing Meadows. .

“If you proceed to deal with
Korea as Korea and if you want
a United and Free Korea the 38th
parallel almost automatically dis-
appears” he told newsmen,



Bevin said: “The more frontiers|
you get rid of the better it is. }
“There should be no artificial
perpetration of a division iatenen|
North Koreans and South Koreans,
They are all Koreans”.
Bevin said that he could not
comment on the Foreign Ministers’
meetings because they were secret.

“But,” he conceded, “a founda-
tion has been laid for development
of the defences of the Atlantic
community. Patience is necessary,
for that development will not be
a spectacular or headline job.”

—Reuter.



T'‘dad Wili Have
“Family Quiz”
For Cost Of Living Survey

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 29.

Trinidad’s statistical depart-
ment plan conducting a “family
quiz”, as part of the cost of living
survey duriag the second week of
October, according to J. H. Steer,
statistician.

The survey carxied, out by 76
“interviewers” at the 200 polling
stations set up for the last general
election in widely scattered areas}
throughout the colony, including
inaccessible North Coast Districts
which are mainly agricultural, as
well as the oilfleld, and rice belts
of St. Patrick, and the sugar belt
of the Central Caroni Plan.

Each interviewer handles three
districts covering 25 families in-
cluding the family head.

The questionnaire will include
data about the living accommoda-
tion, rental or property owner-
ship. The salary or wages earned,
employment, type of employment,
Steer feels that the survey will
reveal data important for future

planning.
—Can. Press.





AT HAMLET



. on October 3.



The team, with a Reception
Committee who will meet them
on arrival in port and accompany
them ashore, will disembark at
the Chamberlain Bridge and be
conducted through a_ pathway
lined by cricketers to a Dais to
be erected in front of the War
Memorial.

His Excellency the Governor
has graciously consented to be
present at the Dais when the

West Indies cricketers arrive and
to present the address of welcome
to Captain John Goddard

His Excellency will also attend
the Luncheon to he held at the
Marine Hotel in honour of the
cricketers.



Truman Thanks
MacArthur

WASHINGTON, Sept. 29.

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to General Douglas Mac Arthur

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REDS FLEE FRO)

TWELVE 8TU
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Police Build
Up Forces
In Austria

AGAINST PRICE WAR

VIENNA, Sept. 29.
The Police were today making

his congratulations on “the victory ; most of the lull in Austria’s “Price

which has been achieved
your lead in Korea”,

under

“Tam particularly impressed by

the splendid co-operation of our!

Army, Navy, and Air Force and
I wish you would extend my
thanks and congratulations to the

Commanders of those services, My | ¥!th

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War” to build up their forces in
key areas, They have threaten-
ed “severe punishment” for shop-
keepers who raised their prices
beyond legal limits in an attempt
to check “panic buying”
The Police are ready to
any fresh outbreaks

deal
to-

thanks and the thanks of the peo- | morrow when Communists, who

ple of al] free nations go out to! *%¢

your gallant forces—soldiers, sail-



leading strikes and protests
against the Government’s plan to

ors, marines and air men-—from | raise prices, have summoned a

the United States and the other | meeting
« ROUIER,... Lemmre wor” ivereases, but demon>
strators claim that these are not

coumtries fighting for freedom
under the United Nations Banner.

eat



Red Chiria Invited
To Council's

On Formosa

FLUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 29,

The Security Council to-day
voted by seven to four to invite
Chinese Communists to take part
in discussions on the Formosan
problem.

The Council also adopted the
Ecuador proposal to defer delib-
eration of the problem until
November 15.

Yesterday the Council defeated

Ecuador’s proposal by one vote.

Ecuador had moved that the
Chinese Communist delegation
attend and that the session to

discuss the complaint of Ameri-
can “aggression” in Formosa be
postponed.

Dr. Tsiang said that there had
always been a difference of opin-
ion on the question of what was
procedure and what was substan-
tive He said that it had been
decided at the San Fran:
cisco Conference to have a pre-
liminary vote on just that.

—Reuter.

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PREMIERE







MRS. SAVAGE receives a bouquet from Gillian Reed when she
attended the Premiere of “Hamlet” at the Globe Theatre last

night. (Left to right) Mr. Maurice Jones, Miss Reed, Mes
A.W. L

and His Excellency Mr

Savage
Savage.

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in Vienna of shop-
stewards from all over Austria.
The Government has also de-



ta
of living.

The Socialist-leq Federation
of Trade Unions which is a party

eover the rising cost

Talks to the Wage and Price Plan today

branded the shop stewards’ meet-
ing “Communist swindle”
ind urged members to keep away
trom it.—Reuter,

as a



BOAC Starts
New Carib
Service
rom LONDON, Sept 3h

via the
Chile

A new
London
Santiago,
day.

Flights will be
weekly with calls
Nassau and Kingston

service from
to
on Tues-

Caribbean
begins

made
at

twice
Bermuda,

The total journey will occupy
just over two days and the service
will be operated
tion Aircraft.

with Constella-
With the introduc-

of this service the York
raft at present operating be-
een Santiago and Nassau where
they connect with the existing
B.O.A.C. Central Atlantic Con-
stellation services will be with-
crawn,

Two other weekly B.O.A.C
Constellation services will con-
tinue to serve the Caribbean Area
one operating from London to
Havana and the other from Lon-
don to Jamaica both via Lisbon,
the Azores, Bermuda and Nassau
Jn addition toe this service com-
meneing on Tuesday, B.O.A.C
had been hoping to start another
new direct London-Trinidad link
before the end of the year.

tion





I understand that difficulties
have now arisen however and it
unlikely that this

service will commence before 1951
if at alk ,

Swedish Village Slides Into River

STOCKHOLM, Sept. 29.
Women cooling breakfast
sereamed in terror today when
their homes began to fall in the
landslide which swept the whole

village of 2,000 people nearly 4
mile into a river.

More than 100 were missing
tonight, feared dragged into the

river with crumbling masonry

Only one was officially reported
killed,

Thousands of slimy tons of cla)
subsoil soaked by rain carried with
it 40 three storey blocks of flats
housing 500 railway station and
workers houses




Mothers who scrambled out
their homes collapsed about then
lithered weeping around _ the
debris crying out for their children





I grabbed my four
son and tried to run
t house was gallop-











ing madly towards the river, Then

t stopped with a jerk. The front
t in tw and we walked out

unhurt through a big crack.”

THIRTEEN FLY

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DENTS from Barbados and one from St. Lucia left yostérday by B.W-1.A. for the Uni
the West Indies in

Jamaica,

U.S. Want To :
Strengthen World

Agreement With Soviet Union
Hoped For

PRESIDENT TRUMAN

many parts of the world.

“This policy holds out hopes of an eventual agreement with | ‘!'@ alse

the Soviet Union,” the State
. . . . . |

Butlin’s Liquidation |

Case October 19

NASSAU, Bahamas, Sept. ‘25,

Chief Justice Oswaid Bancroft
will hear a petition on October 1) |
for the liquidation of the debt- |

ridden resort holdings of Billy |
Butlin, former Canadian resideni |
who founded a vacation villag:

here,

The announcement came two
days after the liquidation order!
was applied for by Symonette
Shipyards, creditor to the tune Ot)
$4,760.

Total claims filed against But-
lin’s Ltd amount to $1,696,800

Justice Baneroft stayed all Court

actions against Butlin until th
October 19 hearing

In London last week, share-
holders were joid that if the com-

pany could not raise $2,240,000 in
two weeks, it would be in danger
of liquidat.on

—C.P

U.S. Ship Hits Mine;
Nine Killed

WASHINGTON, Sept, 29,
The American Navy reported to
day that its destroyer “Brush” hit
a floating mine in the sea of Japan
on Wednesday killing nine men
and injuring 10. Five others are





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through his State Department |
to-day declared that the cardinal policy of the United |
States in 1950 was to help create situations of strength in

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Homage To
San Martin
Smashed By Englishman

BUBNOS AIRES, Sept. 29
The Argentine Congress stood ir

| College through a decree of forma

terv¢

ntion, also called fort
rious other acts of “vindication’

rom official and semi-officia
odies here

On Sunday morning units oi
immed forces, high officials and
labour leaders will gather at the

bust
by the Minister of Education, Dr
Mendez Samta who last night

tppointed Inspector Aul Urdawp-

eat of learning with a view to its
‘total reorganisation.”

The hame of the master alleged
io have smashed the bust at the
seginning of this month was Ed-

a short while age aboard the
Alcantara, His English national-
ity was emphasised

While Congress was rendering
1omage, a National Commission o!
Homage to San Martin met in a



pecial session and issued a note
repudiating the action of “an
English subject” in the strongest

The Supreme Couneil of



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Department added. |
The declaration was contained
in a.new publication entitled :
“Our Foreign Policy,” prepared so
tat the American people might
have u Simple and clear statement
of “Waat we are after in our re
athens vwith
tho peoples’, .
President Truman himself
wrote the foreword to the pub-
lication, making it clear that it
was prepared at his direction
The essence of the United
States foreign policy was de-
fined as “to remain a free and
independent nation and to help
other peoples to achieve inde-
pendence and enjoy the fruits!
of freedom"
Peaceful
In a statement outlining the
peinciples on which the foreign ;
policy of the United $tates is built, |
iyuman said
‘We are a peaceful people and

People

we want to get rid of wars and
iwie threat of wars. “We have a
cumparatively high standard of
living. We want to raise that

standard so that everyone in the
United States will eventually have
the ¢hance to earn a decent and
secure living,

‘We are a friendly people. We
have no traditional enemies and
we want to be on good terms with
every other people.”

Stressing the number one policy
of building up situations of
stvength in many parts of the
world, the State Department said :
“This policy involves action to
carry out the Charter of the
United Nations so that the United
Nations organisation may serve as
a powerful bulwark for peace and
a deterrent to aggression. It in-
volves action under the Charter to
build up and pool the military
defences of the United States and
other free nations.

‘It involves action to weld free
nations together politically and
develop collective policies for a
constructive dynamic peace

jt involves economic action to
enable free nations to produce,
trade and prosper so that their
peoples will see in voluntary co-
operation the promise of a better
life for themselves and _ their
children

“Finally it involves action to
promote the flow of ideas, and in-
formation to people, and goods to
and to





‘o all people on both sides of the
jron Curtain.” —Reuter.



HOUSES SWALLOWED UP

had just finished cooking break-
fast when she heard the crashing
and tearing loose. “I thought thai
the end of the world had come
The house began to sway and th
plaster to fall from the, roof”.

This afternoon only a _ gian!
yawning canyon in the mud—
200 yards deep and 15 yards across
—showed where the industriai
village of Surte near Gothenburg
was.

But nearly a
swollen rive:
by rubble that had
village. Some houses
some toppled on their
some poised drunkenly
river

Surte’s
right way

mile away the
Goeta was dammed
once been a
fell apart,
ides

over

and

the

railway station
up under the
Firemen hacked through the
—the only part showing—to get
the stationmistress out

The of tons of cla; e

tood

waters





roof

ands

the river to all shipping. Tonight
the river was still rising and
engineers thought they might have
to dynamite a passage for flood
waters to avert worse landslides.

Gas, water and electric mains
were ripped from the ground and
knotted like knitting wool. Escap-
ing gas, jetting water and loose
live wires, gave the mud-
plastered ruins an after-air-raid
jaok

Dykes Go Up

Crying terrified children ran
around searching for someone they
knew while distraught parent
called out to prevent them falling
ito deep cracks in the mud

More than 400 troops moved
to help police and firemen search



” survivors while lookout
atched the rising river for fear
f new slides. Other teams rushed
p wattle dykes to try to check th



other) governments | wreath on San Martin's tomb irr)

[term



‘he National San Martinian Insti
met and drew up
‘rrangements for Sunday's cere-
mony at the College

Occurring in the “year of San
Martin the liberator” the incident
iroused the strongest passions,
Police in one Buenos Aires pre-
cinet have already taken up a
collection with a view to laying a

the Cathedral._-Reuter.



New Members
Elected To

Y ° °
Security Council
FLUSHING MEADOWS,
Sept, 29
Holland and Brazil were today
e ected members of the United
Nations Security Council,
Srazil replaces Cuba
Holland, Norway. They will take
heir seats in January for two-year
terms. Brazil received 57 votes in
the first ballot in the Assembly
voting, and Holland 47, each ex—
ceeding the necessary 40 votes,
Voting for the third member to
fill the vacaney when
expires on December 381

between Turkey and Lebanon,

Advocate

————

“SOU

tS

‘Congress Pays

j

| South Korea ‘within 24 hours’’, their Intelligence

College for the unveiling of a new)
Peron will be represented)

iNeta to take control of this British | a

vard Simpson who left Argentina |

j

and Send a cricket team to tour South :

Egypt's} South Africa,

went into the third secret _ TT

In the first, Turkey received 32

vctes, Lebanon 36, Sweden 20
Yemen 2, Bolivia 1 and Burma 1
—Reuter.



Reds Resume
Go Slow Tactics

BERLIN, Sept. 29
Soviet authorities today e-
sumed their go slow policy on
inter-zonal road traffic between

Western Germany and West Ber-
lin. Early this morning Soviet
zone border guards at Marienborn,

he Soviet border checkpoint on
the autobann, began to check
meticulously lorry freights bound

for Ber'in
Officials
checkpoint of

of the British
Helmstedt reported
that by noon today 180 vehicle
were piled up waiting for clear-
ance by Soviet guards

West Berlin political observers
believed that this new Soviet pin-
prick policy was part of an attempt

border

try Fair opening on Sunday
(Reuter.)



waters.

. Geologists feared widening
eracks around the wrecked build-
ings might open up and swallow
rescue teams.

A three mile
thrown around
sightseers away.

Eye-witnesses told some fantas
tic stories

Passengers on a bus which just

line
the

of
area

police

kept



missed the big slide said: “We
looked around and saw that a
football pitch which had been
submerged by rains had been

lifted up high and dry by sliding

clay”

A passenger on a train which
escaped said: “the road suddenly
split in two under the nose of a
cyclist. He jumped off and escaped



before the road was carried away
Then it buckled up into the air.”

A goods train standing on the



siding dropped into the water with
a splast The sidings became a
sted mass of rails forming a

erazy chasm 200 yards square.
— (Reuter.)

| lour South Africa

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Year 535



TH KOREA

U.N. Troops Push On
Towards 38th Parallel

WAEGU, Sept. 29.
SOUTH KOREAN troops may reach the 38th
parallel, the dividing line between North and

Chief Brigadier General King Men Bong said
today.
American Army Officers thought (iat thoy might
get there “within 3 days’.
! $onth Kéreans who hold the line from the east
| coast were last reported 45 miles from the border.



silent homage to General San They have recaptured Pyongchang and Kaltamni
Martin last night following the N ; i
lisclosure of the English Master: 45 and 50 miles respectively from the border. |
\t St. Georges College, the lead There was no indication what
f British ahah in : South wate these armies will do when they
\merica, that he iiad smashed the l IN. Forces paneed the 3m parallel cea a
ust of the Nat ey are keen to swéep into Commun-
} he Deident waa tea to de-4 list-held North: Korea, William
mands to take control of thd: | Parrott, Reuters correspondent

ill UO l y
W Ai

t t with frontline troops
Americar Eighth

reported





An Arn
i spokesman said to-day there }
Korea no news as to whether retreating
Communists ere ing Os
~SYNGMAN RHEE | the border’ and) san
Big Communist forces are be-

lieved to have escaped into North

By ROY MACARTNEY
: Korea already They fought a

Sept. 29















|

General Arthur who tocay | well-planned delaying action in
inded over the civil Governn | Seoul before withdrawing to the
oe ae Presiden: | nerth American and South Kor-
the South Korean resi | f a: tacday’ matin
‘ Rhee in Seoul left un- | Ca forces were to-da : K
jall accessible peaks in the rugged
| Ww the question whether | ville cradiing the cit
1 « VOU ere z rm : i. ae
} Wed i tions forces would “a Scattered shooting till going
e 36th parallel! and unify ) ” in the. city. but work of
! Korea sut Preside: } leaving up the rubbl ws begun
neman Rhee ked after the | there. was littl to liberate”
tmony whether the Unitec} Almost half the city was “blotted
tions! Woops would eros thy nuit.” and the strects are a tangle
mor dividine line betweer}of ruined house ind shattered
forth “ned Satith Ropes i’ |elephone poles
I trys the alm ef this, wag] Hundreds of civilian dead stilt
hat
here no Bb parallel ic under mountains of Wreckage
» old U leacdquarters ts
During the handing-over cere The: ole N. Headquarters t :
}heap of rey rubble and black
in the National Assembl moulceying mbar Charred
hamber where the People's Cop | Siccex mf United Nations docu
littee of the short-lived GOMm~ | jonts drift acre the ground
at ’ . tle ‘ ’
pene re thei “bs we eas f ‘The Commun looted civilian
yan a week ago shoe hit’ | ays aia even took away the
id that he hoped General Maes } south Horean walei beer be«
\rthur leadership would take ore they left
Korea to “that national unis Advancing South Korean arm-
which is the hope, dream and un- | es are capturing a growing nume-
lelCing determination of every | ver of twinks and artillery, They
jtrue Korean,” ounted 42 medium tanks, seven
~The most fanatical Communis!; 18 guns and about 100° lorries
nust now realise there wa only | yesterday on . one road rhe
he question of haw anany Com.) American Sth Air Force saw a
wurtisterqwill chidase to die “anct} nie renin oh t nepealentincus
s§ an T € or bY yar
how many will choose to suryendew St cai 1 * ab e ‘a a wae eae
' . é aone
‘and live,” the President continued, ; “WP Tecate
| He declared that “complete” All organized Communist re-
ier 1 ,| sistance broke to-day in the First
| victory was in. sight and caller

lve
| “avalry Division seetor and pris-
|

ion the Communists to surrender.”

mers came tumbling in in hun-
—Reuter. dred:
One Division after driving 180
ee TT niles north frem the Naktong

Hiver in five days and linking up
vith elements of the Seventh
infantry Division from the Inchon
bridgehead has now been drdered
to stop its advance and consoli-
date,

North Korean troops eut off and
isolated by the division’s massive
thrust, have melted away into
wood and shrub covered hills,

Americans have eneountered
little or no resistance for the past
three days.

About 2,000 ragged, half-starv-
ed North Koreans have been
rounded up in the past 48 hours

—~(Reuter.)

New Zealand May

“
r

JOHNANESBURG, Sept. 29.
New Zealand is to be invited to |

Africa and Rhodesia during the |
1963—54 season, This wag decided
at a meeting of the South

Cricket Board of Control here to-
day, If the invitation. is scones
it will be the first time a New
Zealand cricket team has visited
—(Reuter,) |





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PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 29, | OF THE FANI LY! jtsaanf
_ One passenger was killed andj} ' a | gike
; five others injured when a Works | Lies 1% et
and Hydraulic Department truck | A “f dk Br
loaded with workmen ran off the} | ‘wd oe ie ie z
north coast road on the way back | - f *
from Maracas Bay on Thursday; | 1 ae ve ae nme
latternoon. and plunged over al ts proved value in checking infections, Sa”
| precipice somersaulting a half mile) — 7 ___ illness, severe colds and sore throat make
} down the valley LISTERINE Antiseptic”'a Trusted Friend of
Only one man on the truck, an the Family”!
overseer who was sitting beside ‘
the driver escaped unhurt,
| The dead’ man is Wilfred ° 4)
| Christopher, 29, a Works and Hy- eyF
| draulics labourer of Maraval | , “B. (SS } i
| Peter Hassarfin of Maraval, G “an? St / £& i. ti
|driver of the lorry broke both his ‘ 9 } oe a ( ce hi}
legs and is now detained at the GRAND PRIX i |
Colonial Hospital for treatment. is waterpr } HELPS TO HEAL MINOR CUTS, WARDS OFF COLDS .__ In tests
| Overseer Williams said that he . ‘ NE AND, SERATCES: qret a Ta-year pertod, twice
| suddenly saw the truck swerve This cartridge is now back to pre-war Eley-Kynoch standard, LISTERINE Antiseptic is an in- day users of LISTE RINE Anti-
towards the edge of the precipice} | and is completely waterproof. Supplied in 12 gauge 2! ee ee | oar ener eee
- ° Ss 5 ye Acid,
but he got no reply when he lengths with 14 oz. standard, or 1} oz. medium heavy load, | -

|shouted to the driver. and in other gauges. It is the best general purpose cartridge

obtainable anywh |
Your ammunition cistributor will be pleased to give you |
details of ‘Grand Prix’ and other cartridges in the Eley- |
Kynoch range.

ELEY-KYNOCH

Next thing he knew was that he
was being pitched out of the lorry
jas it plunged over the precipice
He was temporarily unconscious.
When he recovered, Williams saw
other passengers strewn over the
hillside, At the bottom of the
valley lay the damaged vehicle.—-





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"eS cei *GRAND PRIX’ -* ALPHAMAX’-* MAXIMUM ’-‘GASTIGHT’ origin
Joined W ith Butler Factory Representatives: T. GEDDES GRANT, LTD.,
ih iei' Mee wat OFF TO OTTAWA JAMAICA, TRINIDAD, B. GUIANA, BARBASOS Li § T E Ri a E cb el’
; (From Our wn Correspondent) aE
re a e t __ PORT-OF-SPAIN, | — (From Our Own Correspondent) IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD., LONDON 4 vee
{| Contradicting a report of aj he r PORT OF-SF AIN. \ : & Scie aemener ro ‘Acadia i
as | speech said to have been delivered = T — s ences ere: lene Q OPPOSES SSS EPSPS O ES POPES POO POPES OPO TTPO OO,
|by Mr. Tubal Uriah Butler < ,; Mr. Arthur A. Shenfield, has on by
Wa rrens | Woodford Square, sf ca > : | gone to Ottawa on official Govern- %
Committee of the Trinidad Labour} ment business, believed to be in x
7 : = sao |Party have written a letter to the| connection with new industries. . $
- A ONE-STOREY building of stone and concrete at| Press denying that they have dis-| He a also visit a ae — 8
arrens, St. Michael, thousands of “smokes” are made, but | ©Ussed or approved of any coalition) *OrOnte, im connection wit) Lhe x
there is little chance of fire. The building is the manufac-| With the Butler Party. It was) SHON G8, UP wa %
turing plant where the British American Tobacco Co. makes | Citmdearoieat ernie tate oat x
Trumpeter and Clipper cigarettes, and is so constructed| ¢, aeerais Mikaela ane, tat x
E : ed| formed between himself and the x
- x | ‘ he} >
as to be almost fire proof. Trinidad Labour Party. The letter) x
Apart from the stone and, from there are packed by hand os —— hee tahoe reat
concrete, the windows are of steel] or by the Molins Packer, i be SeNny SO Somertoe Weer
Ghd so ie the s60m: ansteratores any person or organisation to carry | ( _—
rooms are fitted with double steel Packing ORE 1s PEORRRO Ine, Aad. wourn|
doors. ; support any other measures benefi-|
The magazine of the packer is cial to the people of this country. x
The plant employs 80 odd people} charged with cigarettes which St sicacdistieliains $
of both sexes, and boasts modern] drops in tens on to a conveyor a de ¥
equipment and up-to-date staff; belt. These are wrapped in the W
ed | foiling section and placed in the The eather $
he tobacco from which these| Slide and shell, completing the TODAY x
much smoked brands of cigar-| Package in one continuous process Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m. = IS NOW ON SALE Z
ettes are made is imported frorm|At the end of the run any defec- Sun Sets: 5.52 p.m, NTS R
P , ete al SEETLES or .
Canada in the form of cured leaves, | tive package is ejected automati-| Moon (Last Quarter) Octo- Contains £0 Mo HERE } %
These are stored at the plant until] Cally. | ber 4 bd ul BUcs The . %
their time comes for going into About twenty dexterous girls} Lighting: 6.00 p.m. D.D.T. ‘Anel ok x
the steam conditioning unit for|SUPPlement the automatic packing igh Water: 5.42 a.m., 5.19 | ttep ; cc al j *
softening. They are stemmed, and work, and with their hands turn p.m, nantetaieeniien pees ee eee roe — throughout the world =
the stems are separated from the| CUt hand-packed specimens that YESTERDAY | PR 7} } :
pune ieak tie aban are then| 8@ almost indistinguishable from Rainfall (Codrington) nil. | .nngnnenennnent.666555S0O! the finest baking medium |
rolled out between heavy rollers va sage by the machine. Total for month to Yester- y Oa ee .
and : A n the plant is a well-stocked day: 7.48 ins. ‘ g 7 Se
cutter the aie ont rae he cafeteria tn wane: ae ataft sean Temperature (Max) 86.5 °F % Lebanon Foresters Cakes and Pastries keep longer —
2 * \ get quickly prepared meals, Each Temperature (Min) 72.5 °F. % Sake , é aste
Stronger Mixture member of ie Ratt is provided Wind Direction (9 am.) E. iy Anniversary Service stay fresher—taste better when
with a locker whe 8 ; ‘ “T'S
keep clothes, and mae oe ee (3 p.m.) E. S. E. % The Officers and Members ot % made with BUT I ER CONCEN-

From this process they emerge

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cigarette, but the mixture is much}, The grounds are well kept and|| Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.982 ||% Company to thelr Twenty-ninth TRATE

stronger; so it is mixed with the] /00K attractive My eee eee (3 pam.) 29.914 & Sivereney i Geiber "860 st

ure leaf again an 3, NE EPCUDS BNC tees, SQ the Mechanics Hall 118 Roebuck -

Through the eutier, drierandeools| Palms, casuarinas. and. mahogany wml} 2 Street Commencing at 6.30 p.m , .. SO EASY TO MAKE INTO TABLE

er, the resultant mixture being the
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ToRm. THIEVES RAID B il ‘ “A, on Hyint Books ‘will \be MILK.
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rolling machines, and the latter BUENOS AIRES, Sept, 26. |" °° on tin. Round-Trip
spray it on to a conveyor of (From Our Own Correspondent) Semi-official newspaper Demo- y Y YY - yy
cigarette paper, The paper first POR1-OF-SPAIN, | cracia in a front page editorial said he at ® B 5 K if C i f
passes through a printing section] Reports of robberies still con-| that with the approach of the Christian Science — a CF oncen ra € 7 60 ;
of the machine which stamps theltinue to reach the police. Last] Brazilian General Elections, a ¢ : $5 8

name of the brand or manufac-|night thieves raided a Port-of-| climate of violence is being pro-|
turers. The paper is folded around/Spain business service station. An| Voked “with at least apparently |
the tobacco, gummed from a revol-|outboard engine, two batteries, an|'W° Precise objects: “to postpone
ving wheel, dried through a hotlalarm clock and a quantity of| the elections or else distort results
chamber and sent on in the form|stamps, were stolen. . through direct fraud and pressure’.
of a continuous tobacco-packed After adding that “the illegi-
tube. Articles amounting to $493 was] timate origin of power has been a

The tube passes into a cutting |stolen from the firm of Y. De Lima| characteristic vice of incipient
unit from which the finished cig-]and Company, merchants onjdemocracy in Latin America,”
arettes are dropped on to a trough,|Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain. | Democracia warned of “the gravity
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BARBADOS <3 ADVOGATE

Printed by the Advocate Co., Lid., Bread St.. Bndgetown.
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Saturday, September 30, 1950



Evening Edueation

THE published report of the presentation
of certificates for Needlecraft.and Domestic
Science at the Mt. Tabor branch of the
Evening Institute serves to focus attention
‘on the work of that institution and in-
dicates a satisfactory expansion of its
activities. °

The formation of the institute was the
happy means, of bringing together a col-
lection of individuals qualified and willing
to serve the community in a capacity which
must be of lasting benefit. As it has been
aptly described “Some of them working in
scholarship and in fields not subject to the
blaze of publicity, give to the country in
which they work, benefits which may not
be recognised or appreciated until long
after they themselves have quit the stage.”

The merit of the Institute is that contrary
to popular estimate at the time of its for-
mation, it has not been content to follow
the orthodox methods of educational in-
stitutions of the past. The fact that cer-
tificates in Needlecraft and Domestic
Science have been awarded shows that.the
institute has fostered education in. its
widest sense. The training for scholastic
attainment has not been overlooked; but
encouragement to attain proficiency in
other fields of endeavour gives its members
an opportunity to blend with that attain-
ment solid practical worth.

It is satisfying too,to, see that the
activities of the Institute have not been
limited to Bridgetown and its environs
where there are already several educational
institutions for the young and others such
asthe Girls’ Industrial Union and the
Domestic Science..Centre for teaching
practical subjects to those of more advanced

- ages, Those who must contribute to the
futie well being of Barbados are not to be
“found only in the City but scattered

thrgughout the length and breadth of the »

islagd. Thé Institute has carried oppor-
tunities -withifr -easy reach of them and
Thursday’s sfunction at Mt. Tabor is
evidence that they are making full use of
them.

Within recent weeks the Institute has
added yet another to its @fidéayours and
classes for Clerks in Bridgetown have-been
started’ with a vieW sto expansion as
‘occasion demands it in future. Here,

oung people who have been compelled to
begin work at an early age will still have
an opportunity of acquiring knowledge
which will not only make them more suited
to the everyday task but will be the means
of bringing them a rieher and fuller life,

* Tt is this intélecttial leavening on which
the Institute must be congratulated and on
which, the people of. this island can build a
community life based on higher standards,
social, cultural and educational.

GAS UP

THE continued shortages of material and
the increase in labour costs have been :te-
sponsible for increases in the cost of ser-

the world over; but.it will come as a
blow to ‘consumers of gas in Barbados to
leatn thatthe price of gas will be increased
in the near future. An advertisement ap-
pearing elsewhere in this newspaper makes
that announcement.

When the natural’gas well at Turner's
Hall was discovered the public hoped that
gas would be soon at’ everyone’s dispdsal
and at a cheap rate. Quite contrary to
these expectations, the Company has now
been compelled to increase the price of gas.

There-are many facters which have ted

to this-deeision: , Fhe Company operated at
a Iona ad hates in 1947 and ee greater

loss of $17,835 in 1948. Despite this and in
order to give the public the benefit of
natural gas the Company at great cost laid
a pipe line from thé Belle Pumping Station
to the Gas Works and Black Rock and con-
sumers in these areas were-supplied with
gas of a much higher calorific value, ~ This
increased the expenSes Of thé Company and
brought a diminished revenue, because the
increased heating capacity caused less gas
to be used.

No loss was incurred in 1949 but no
dividend could be declared.

The Company ‘is now faced with the loss
of revenue earned from by-products, in-
creased cost of labour, fittings and machin-
ery.





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Blackout In London

By A SPECIAL

CORRESPONDENT
LONDON, Sept. 22.

A black-out has descended on
London this week. It is not the
devastating * black-out of war-—
time; it’s the gloom of whole areas
of the city robbed of their street
lighting by a strike of gas main-
tenance workers. Thirty-five
thousand street lamps, it is
estimated, have remained unlit on
the north side of the Thames since
Monday. The affected Londoners
carry an air of righteous indigna-
tion, It was only last week that
they suffered, from curtailed bus
services—the outcome of another
strike, now ended. Then they are
suddenly plunged into this depres-
sion of ghostly streets at night
and frayed tempers in the morn-
ing over belated breakfast occa-
sionéd by cookers working with
well under normal gas pressure.

Parliament Square is- included
in the “black-out” region. Into
its darkness on Tuesday night
poured MP's after their battle
on steeb, The electric lights in the
House were still blazing, of course,
as crowds of spectators around the

-ertranees cheered ‘or booed the

news that the Government liyed

—by votes.
‘Blection Date Key
Torches flashed in the Square as

‘rival supporters tried to identify

“Big Guns” of the debate in the
uncomfortable darkness. The
torch of nationalisation gleamed.
. As defiantly and brightly as
‘ore the debate? That is a matter
of individual reaction. It is of
little account, really, that the
cornb!ned Tory and Liberal ora-
torical flood failed to dampen the
nationalist light on Tuesday night.
The situation created by the an-~-
nouncemeny ast week of te
Government's decision to bring the
Steel Act into operation remains
more or less what it was then,
The debate served only to
emphasise that Britain has been

+ flung again into the maelstrom of

party politics and that the ques-
tion of another General Election
boils down to a question of its
date in a near future.

How hear is it? That seems to
be a matter of controversy within
the Governmeny circle itself, And
it centres around the Minister
of Health, Aneurin Bevan, The
strangely subdued Minister of
Health in this Parliament wus
an aitentive listener to Tuesday
night’s deBate. Perhaps, like some

“other Labour members, he would

not have been unduly distressed
had the Government fallen, He



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does

Bus Fares

not The Editor, the Advocate
SIR, — According to articles
publishea in your paper a few

would have nothing’ to lose by 4
him-in a strong Opposition lime:
light again. The darling of vhe La~
bour Leftists, his ambitions could
stride forward rapidly no doubt
in that Opposition rode, And iv
Labour emerged victorious ayain
from the poll? Would that not
prove to Mr .Attlee and others
how right he had been in urging
vhe Cabinet not to shrink from
full~blodded nationalisation mea~
sures? There are rumours that
Cabinet changes, based on a re--
placement for the tired Foreign
Secretary, might come before the
General Eleciion. This ‘s not
likely to suit Aneur'n, known \'o
be demanding {from his Cabinet
colleagues an appeal to the coun-
try at the earliest possible
moment.

The Labour Pariy conference
at Margate next month may give
a pointer to the election da‘c.
The Minister of Health will have
vh's opportunity there for intlu-
encing the Party view on the sub-
ject. Prime Minister Attlee, too,
will be there — anxiously taking
notes,

Even Megan

Do vhe Tory Party want an
election this year? The sooner
the better is their general reac-
tion to the unexpected steel de-
elaration of the Government tas?
week. There is no domest’c issue
on which the Tories can go for-
ward to a General Election more
confidently than on steel nationa—
lisation. The Party organisation,
av any rate, is 100 per cent ready
for an election.

And it seems the moment is
ripe for Churchill complet’ng the
long=-wanted deal with the
Liberals for avoiding unneces—
sary clash of candidates, The Lib—
erals showed their hand by vowing
solidly against the Government
on Tuesday, Even Megan Lloyd
George who has made no bones
about her distrust of the Tories,
apparently cannot stomach s-eel
aational'sation. She shook both
Tory and Labour M.P.s’ by ol -
lowing the former into the Divis-
ion lobby.

Maybe the truth is that the lady
was no more enamoured of the
personnel selected for the Steel
Board than the Tories. Cr may-
be she overheard the crack from
a Tory M.P., in a Members’ wait-
ing room during the debate: “The
only connection the Board has
with steel is General Stee] (Sir
James Steel, one of the chosen
seven) and their only hope ot
making the Board work is to

Genera] Election that might place
persuade General Ironside to join
them!”

So much for the Iron and Steel
Act.

Mystery Flight

To add to the political excite-
ments of the week, we find Mr
Attlee unexpectedly, dramatical-
ly, flying off to see the King at
Balmoral, the royal holiday home
in Scotland. Political commenta-
tors dampened speculation at the
end of a wondering day by main-
taining the Premier's visit had ne
political significance — it might
mean nothing more than discus-
sion of arrangements about the
opening of the new House of
Commons next month,

But questions flew as rapidly as
the Premier’s plane of the King’s
flight on Thursday. - Dissolution?
Cabinet changes? General Elec-
tion? International crisis? Why a
plane trip? And so it went on. It
was even suggested that the Prime
Minister was being consulted by
His Majesty regarding the engage-
ment of Princess Margaret. But
Mr. Attlee, as one contemporary
puts it to-day, “is far too dis-
creet a politician to let out any-
thing he wants to keep secret.”

If, in the midst of their bus and
os strike worries, the Capital's
citizens have had gq moment to
spare for the important Com-
monwealth visitors -—- Ministers
and officials—now busily confer-
wing here, the focus of their inter-
est must surely be the Australian
Minister of Commerce, Mr.
Ewan. Mr. McEwan spells for
them the word wool—and higher
clothing prices, We may not have
been greatly concerned at first that
the month’s wool sales in Australia
startled world economic and poli-
tical leaders with fantastic price
leaps. But the effect of Austra-
lian wool prices, or the effect to
come, is brought home with this
week's announcements of in-
creases in the permitted prices of
utility clothing. Women’s under-
wear and nightdresses can cost 15
to 20 per cent more and these gar-
ments in wool may cost 12% per
eent more. Additional amounts
may also be charged for men’s
made-to-measure garments.

This unwelcome note is made
no more palatable by the wool
sale auctions this week in Lon-
don itself, which keep step with
the Australian rises. Britons may
hope that Mr. McEwan will be
merciful in the discussions in Lon-
don later this month and share in
the pleas from America and else-
where for some control of woo!
prices.

°

lald

the a great advance

patent machine, the Bretts
invented an insulavor, which was

ADVOCATE

PUBLIC LIBRARIES ACT |

THE HANDMAID OF DEMOCRACY

(From Our Corresp rodent)

LONDON.

MORE than two thousand delegates, in-

cluding 90 overseas representatives from 40

countries are celebrating in London this
vreek the centenary of Britain’s first public
libraries act.

Their rallying point is the annual con-

(erence of the Public Libraries Association,
| where distinguished speakers included Lord

Mountbatten (representing the President, the
uke of Edinburgh), and Mr. Herbert Mor-
:ison, Lord President of the Council.

The value of library service in a modern
democracy has been a main theme of dis-
-ussions. If democracy is to survive, Mr.
forrison declared, it must have educated

|eitizens aware of the issues facing their

ountry and the world. It must allow its
citizens free access to the works of all








“hinkers and writers, even though these}

wotks may be distasteful ‘to*those in power
tt the time.

During the past century, education in this
country has developed from being the
privilege of a minority to something that is
»veryone’s birthright.

This tremendous spread of education, Lore
Mountbatten declared, could not have taken
slace had it not been tied so closely to the
public libraries service. The public libraries
srovided not only entertainment, but played
» great part in educating children and
enabling citizens to continue their education
ifter leaving school.

They played their part, also in the expand-
ing technical and commercial departments,
providing these with up-to-date material and
expert staffs. A great deal of time, money
ind effort has been spent on research over
the past 10 years and many notable dis-
coveries made, but they would be of small
value unless they secured advance in indus-
trial technology.

A teature of the centenary celebrations is
an exhibition of manuscripts, prints and
drawings in the King’s Library at the British
Museum. It illustrates the growth of the
library movement from its foundation by Act
of Parliament in 1753. This act, sanctioned
by George II, provided for the purchase of
three private collections, that of Sir Hans
Sloane, the library formed by Sir Robert
Cotton, and the collection of manuscripts
formed by Robert Harley, the Ist Earl of
Oxford. These were to be placed in Monta-
gue House for “public use and inspection.”

The Guide Book of 1808 informs the readei
that “strangers are not conducted, as the
mere sight of the outside of the books cannot
convey either instruction or amusement.”

\ This, the first large public library ever to be

established, preceded the rate-supported
libraries provided for under the act of 1850
by nearly a century

Besides such attractions for the booklover
as the first printed Bible and a Second Folic
1632 of Shakespeare, there is an interesting
section showing the development of the
catalogue of the King’s library. In 1848 an
attempt was made to bring out a first printed
edition of the catalogue, but this proved im-
possible for 42 years. Panizzi, Keeper of the
Printed Books, as he was styled, was unable
to convince the compilers that this was im-
practicable until the revision of the whole
catalogue had been completed. It was only
when they went ahead and printed the first
volume that they realised Panizzi was right.

The plan for re-printing was abandoned
but the catalogue was kept by hand, slips
being pasted in as new books were acquired
The cost of maintenance by this method was
too great, however, and in 1881 the original
plan for a printed catalogue was revised
The first complete alphabetical catalogue was
at length printed by 1890.

It Couldn’t Be Done

ON the 28th Augusv, 1850, the
first submarine cable was
from England to France by

had it was discovered that a solivary
fisherman, trawling near the

on all previous cable, brought up a piece of it ir

SIR,—I would like to know if
the education authorities of Bar-
badlos ate aware that the headmas.
ters of the elementary schools
treat some. teachers like an over-
age sehag) boy; In more than
oné cas® 4 teacher has been seen
to teach at a school, After teach-
ing a few years the headmaster
gets fed up with i and> puts
him to sit down hi the pehool
without a class to tedch,.thereby
burdening another teacher With
two classes when the teacher
just sits in the school and draws
his,salary as though he was work-
ing. The children then begin to
disrespect this teacher, treating
him as a playmate because they
know that he has no power to
make -them get punished. My
opinion on the matter is that so
long as a person is sent to teach
he or she should teach until sus-
pended or dismissed and not
treated in such an embarrassing
position at -the mercies of the
schoo] children. I’ would be glad
if the director would see that this
is put to an end,
SYMPATHISER.

Pablic — Utilities

The Editor, the Advocate
SIR,—In reply to the letver of

Mr. A. E. S. Lewis in the Advo

cate on September 28th the

ters. I understand that machinery
already exis’s for arbitration as
to wages and working conditions,
trying to avoid strikes, etc, If the
Utilities should claim the neces-
sity vo increase their rates owing
to higher wages or any other
cause, it would be the function
cf the Board to adjudicate the
claim and make sure thay any
increase in the rates was . fair
and not excessive, in view of all
the circumstances,

I believe it is necessary to xing
the two things separave, although
they are connected at least» in+
directly. The . Labour . Comniis—
sioner is concerned with seeing
that employers and labour’ carry
out their obligations to each other,
and the Public Utilities Board
would be responsible for seeing
thar the Utilities carried out their
responsibilities to the public
while at the same time being fair
to the shareholders. There is no
need for the P.U. Board to deal
directly with wage disputes, and
that. would be diplicating some--
thing that is already be'ng done
Does this answer the question?

Yours, ete.
R. E. SMYTHIES.
Instow”

St. Peter, Sept. 29, 1950.

weeks ago, if I am out late to-
night, at least after 12 o'clock, I
will be asked to pay an increase
on my bus fare home, at least to-
morrow I shall have to pay it.

I have been waiting for the de-
cision of the House of Assembly
with regards to the hot air dis-
charged up there by some of the
members of that August body, but
up to now nothing more has been
said or done.

I want to ask these questions:
Why has only the routes of long
distances been selected for special
treatment? Is it because these
routes are run by some of the
elite of the island and to fulfil
the scriptures: “To him that hath
more shail be given,” or is it an-
other ety squeeze the small
concessiona’ out of the running.
Why was it that the Transport
Board allowed these small con-
cessionaires to charge us this fare
when gasoline was only 50 cents
a gallon, and wages were much
lower than they are today, when
it is clearly proved, according
to their decision, that with gaso-
line at 57 cents a gallon, increase
in oil, and wages practically one
hundred per cent higher they can
make a handsome profit still at
the same charges. Something is
wrong some where, and the pub-
lic is asking for an answer

A PASSENGER

Brett brothers and a few friends,
and in-a recent BBC broadcast
W. H. G. Armyiage described
how it was done. The project was
thought to be quite imposgible.
The sciéntists said that the cur-—
rent would dissipate itself in vhe
sea, and even if it didn’t, it would
never carry the distance, and the
so called practical men said#that
the English Channel was much
two rough.

In 1845, Jacob Bret, tha
younger brother, had patented
printing machine to ‘transform
electrical impulses into letters
and figures, and in the same ye2r
his arvist brother, John Watkins
decided to join him in his Chan—
nel cable laying enterprise, They
printed an appeal to the Prime
Minister, asking for an __ official
concession to encourage the pro-
ject. The Prime Minister referred
them Vo the Admiralty; the Admi-
ralty referred them to the For
eign Office and the Foreign Office
was so helpful that vhe Brett
gave up in disgust and turned to
the French Government for help
The French Government thought
they had a reasonable chance of
success and on 10th August, 1249,
gave them a concession to operate
a cross Channel telegraph service
providing they gov it going by
September Ist, 1850, This gave
them barely a year. Besides thelr

underwater covers proposed for
electric wires. :
Five days before the concession
was due to expire, the cable had
not yet been laid, and the crities
were saying ever more loudly
vhat it could not be done, Early
on the morning of the 28th
August, 1850, however, two smail
boats crept out from Dover Har
bour, The front one was a naval
vessel, which set the course an‘
flagged iv with marker buoys and
the rear oné was a small hired
tug, called the Goliath. On the
Goliath was slung a huge drum
on which was wound the insu-
lated cable. Leaving one end at
Dover, connected to a Brevt print-
ing machine housed in a bathing
hut, the Goliavh steamed for Cap
Grisnez, slowly paying out the
cable as it went. Iv was a slow
process, because the men had to
fasten lead weights ever so often
to make the cable sink. At last, by
nightfall, the other end was run
up on the French coast, fastened
to another Brett machine and
with John Wavkins at the French
end, and Jacob at the English ena
the first telegraph messages were
passed from England to the con

tinent. As W. H. G. Armytage
said, ‘“vhe Bretts had given wings
(or fins to be more exact) to
words.” After the first few mes-

sages, the cable went dead, and

his net and had borne it off in
triumph as “a piece of rare sea-
weed with a pith of gold.”

The next year, backed by two
cf their fellow countrymen, the
Bretts launched vhe Submarine
Telegraph Company, This time
they used a different cable which
would defy fishermen’s nets, bul
they calculated wrongly and ran
ouv of cable a mile from the
French coast, and had to wait a
further three weeks till the fresh
mile could be ordered and manu-
factured. Eventually, on 13th
November, 1851, the submarine
telegraph was once more in ra-
tion. After vhis there was a m
in cable laying and Cyrus Field
came from America to broacn
the project of the longest of them
all, a transatlantic cable. Eventu-
ally this too was carried through,
and today there are over three
tiousand submarine cables in the
world, crossing some vhree nun-
dred miles of the ocean bed. Mr
Armytage recalled the lines of
Rudyard Kipling:

“There is no sound, no echo of sound

in the deserts of the deep,

On the great grey level plains of ooze.

where the shell blurred cables creep,

Here in the womb of the world, here

on the tie-ribs of the earth,

Words, and the words of men, filaker

and flutter and beat.”
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21 Years Of |

Tinsmithing |
A Profitable Business

HE has been at the same trade
for 21 years and thinks he w_ll
earry on for a good many more
as he has been able to make
reasonable livelihood out of it

This is tinsmith and plumber!
G. A. Straker of the Ivy. His!
workshop is in Tweedside Road. |

The most profitable period of |
his business was during the years
of the last war, Mr, Straker told
the Advocate yesterday. It was
then that certain essential house-|
hold necessities were in short
supply and his shop was besieged
by orders from embarrassed
housewives for these things.

“In thase days I was kept on
my toes and often found it diffi-
cult to fulfil all my orders,” he
said.

As the war ended and the|
articles gradually made their re.
|







appearance from overseas, Mr.
Straker’s trade dropped to normal.
He regarded this as inevitable,
however, and therefore was not
caught napping. The selling of
bread, wood and coals and the like
forms part of his daily activities
at the shop, and this he said,
helps to balance his budget when
conditions are unfavourable.

His work includes the repairing
of stoves of all kinds, the repairing
and making of kitchen and other
household articles, measures, etc
Sometimes his plumbing work
takes him away from the shop for
some days.

Mr. Straker who is 41 years with
a family of four, is very optimistic
about the future. “I have always
made a reasonable living out of
my work,” he said, ‘and I have
every reason to believe that I will
continue to do so.”



Crushed to Death |

A fatal accident occurred yes-
terday morning at Seawell at
approximately 6.20 a.m. Cleveland
Bynoe of Silver Hill, Christ |
Church, a greaser employed by'
Messrs. J, N. Harriman and Co., ;
Ltd., on the construction of the |
new runway was killed by a cater-
pillar tractor. The tractor was
driven by George Durieux, a na-
tive of Trinidad who is also work-
ing on the construction of the new
runway,

Bynoe’s body was taken to the
Christ Church Almshouse mor-
tuary where a post mortem was
held later in the day.

It is understood that he was
squeezed between a pile of stones
and the draw bar of the tractor.



Wills Admitted |
To Probate

IN THE Court of Ordinary
yesterday His Honour the Chief
Judge granted three petitions for
Letters of Administration and
admitted five wills to probate.

The petitions were those of
Charles Henry Percy Jordan for
Letters of Administration to the
estate of Charles Neville
DeCourcey Jordan late of St. Peter
the petition of Beatrice Lucas for
Letters of Administration to the
estate of her late husband Thomas
Cooper Lucas late of Enterprise,
Christ Chufch, and the petition of
Claretta Albertha Coppin for
Letters of Administration to the
estate of Rosalie Davis late of
Kirtons, St. Philip.

The Wills admitted to probate
were those of Ellen Catherine
Melvin, Richmond Estwick and
Cleophas Adolphus Forde, (St.
Michael) ; Clarence O’Dannel
Hoyte (St. Joseph), and Susan
Gilkes (St. Peter).





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ATTACKED FROM EVERY ANGLE with cries of “Ice cream John!”

eon period. There is no canteen at the school and when the boys buy their lunch, they sit in all odd places to eat it.



Bread, Pear And Punch

Is College Lunch

THE HARRISON COLLEGE school boys sit on stones, on

tree roots which rise above the ground and on carpenters’
work benches beneath a shed, any odd place where there is
shade enough to allow them to eat their lunch in comfort.

The school has no canteen.

Antigua Talk
Postponed

TALK WHICH wes scheduled
to be given last night at the
Y.M.C.A. by Mr. C. Johns who
was resident in Antigua during
the two hurricanes, has been
postponed to form part of a pro-



}gramme of anther meeting which

will be held on Wednesday next.

The

which

purpose of the meeting
will be also held at the
Y.M.C.A.’s headquarters, is to
give a report of how Barbados
replied to the distress signal from
Antigua and an eye-witness ac-
count of the hurricanes them-
selves.

The present situation in Anti-
gua together with information re-
ceived expressing sincere thanks
through the Antigua branch of the
British Red Cross Society on be-
halt of all who suffered will also
be given in the report.

HE Mount Tabor Guild will

celebrate its Golden Jubilee
at the Mount Tabor Church, St.
George, on Monday, October 2,
beginning at 7.30 p.m.

Chairman will be Mr.
J. W. B. Chenery and the speakers
will include Mrs. Thelma Vaughan,
Social Welfare Officer, and Mrs.
Muriel Clarke. A special invita-
tion is extended to members of

clubs, and social workers.

nOYS’



CLUB



One of the boys of the Bay Street Boys’ Club (left) sells one of the
tickets for the drawing of a car in aid of the Barbados Boys’ Clubs.



Run.

See Bing’s

Walk or even Fly to

Greatest

“RIDING HIGH”





PURINA CHOWS

For Poultry

and Livestock

“SEE THE DIFFERENCE PURINA MAKES”

Justice |

There are not sufficient stones,
work benches and other seats for
all the boys and the smaller ones
have to make the best of a bad
job and stand while they eat their
lunch.

The big tamarind tree with its
wide spreading branches forms
the most convenient spot and it

the Johns—the school boys call all} §

women Mary — busily put cakes, |

glass. Just before the bell is rung
for the beginning of lunch, John}
fills the glasses with ice, He|
keeps a jar filled with lemonade
and another with sweet punch.
At the first sound of the bell, he
begins to ladle out the two drinks
in the glasses with a speed he has
gained from practice.

John can open about a dozen
bottled drinks in a minute

Mary who sells bread and pear}
carries on a good trade. The
boys seem to specialize in bread
and pear. Mary told the Advo-
cate yesterday that pears can only
be got for a short while and it is
to be expected that the boys would
take a vacation from bread and
fish then.

No ‘Frozen Joys’

The ice cream John, does not
find much difficulty in selling out
his ice creams. A short while ago,
a “Frozen Joys” seller came on
the grounds to sell and on
evenings, “Ice cream” John had
to carry back his ice cream, The
frozen joys seller was refused per-
mission to come on the grounds,
however, and “Ice cream” John
continues to make good sales,



Decision
Reversed

CASE DISMISSED

A DECISION of Mr. C. L,. Wal-
wyn, Police Magistrate, was yes-
terday reversed by Judge J. W. B.
Chenery and Judge H. A. Vaughan
of the Assistant Court of Appeal.
Mr. Walwyn had fined Cyril
Carmichael £2-when he found him
| guilty of driving without due care
jand attention while on Tuder



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ment for

| Street on June 26. Their Honours
| dismissed the case because there
| were discrepancies in the evidence
|for the prosecution.

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker
; sented Carmichael.

The charge arose out of a col-
lision
|was being driven by Carmichael
and a bicycle which was being
| ridden by Joseph Downes.

repre-

Non-Suit Judgment

of Assistant

W. B

the

THE
{Court of Appeal, Mr. J

Judges

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the Petty

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{Debt Judge, Mr. A. J. H.
|Hanscheli and gave a non-suit
\judgment to Joshua McCollin

j}who claimed $15 from Fitz Low.
Mr. Hanschell had given judg-
Fitz Low Both Mc-
Collin and Low live in Station
Hill. McCollin claimed the money,
holding that it was due to him as|
commission after the sale of a
mule



Jamaica Minister To

| Study Rice In B.G.
(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Sept. 29.
Jamaica Minister of Agricul-
ture, Hon. 1. W. A. Barrant, will}
leave Jamaica on November 6 for
3ritish Guiana to study the riee |

industry in that colony during a







two weeks’ visit. He will be the
guest of the British Guiana Gov-
ernment

LUNCH TIME AT COLLEGE

on



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Boys Brigade att Worthing View, saat at the General Hospital anc, ‘ o
: District “B” Police Station; st. | “S8ch@rsed. s ikaaina b
| Started At Holetown | George’s Rectory, annantyne Lat fhe ne at ‘the. ieee carrses i as

end Watts Village.
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A BOYS’ BRIGADE was ae District. “E” Police Station: the road. It struck Kirton and bo : “b
‘on Thursday night at the Holetown, Gibbs’, Ashton Hall, Lower Mile Brown and ae clangn Med a sania | mar 0
| Methodist Church. and a Quarter, Six Men’s, Oe eee
Mr. Darcy Scott, city auctioneer,! Speightstown

is its captain.
cate yesterday
is the first of its kind in the island
and it is hoped to have it affiliated
with the Boys’ Brigade organisa-
tion in England.

Thursday night.

|
is there that the regular 1c! ) overhauled, but the work is being! O. S, Coppin at the Barba-
sellers park eae naviee a or . AFAR OFF | bampered due to the scarcity of | dos Advocate or at ‘Windsor The Aristocrat of all Bicycles
benches, trays on their knees—to| Official reports, reaching the! proper material and high prices} Villa”, Bay St., for copies
sell the day's lunch. } Colonial Secretary’s Office, of the of articles. | { of an Insurance scheme for
Luncheon period begins at 12.30| firen practice at 8 p.m. on; On the Reef grounds can be seen) footballers which it is hoped
p.m. Just before, the Marys and! Monday show that the sirens | skipwrights at work on several of will be put into operation

the men sellers John and the} places could be heard as follows

bananas, drinks and other luncli| ton Village, Bay Street, Westbury | Club Secretaries are also } "0
fare at angles easy to be got at,| Road, Fontabelle, The Garden fishpots, while others are engagec'; reminded that all dues in HARRISON'S
in preparation for the rush. "| Land, Bank Hall and Martindale's : respect of the 1950 football

Too Few Glasses Road. breams, but the majority are un- season should have already BROAD ST.

As there ars.’ onte i ‘aia Worthing’s Police Post: Rock. employed and just waiting for the, been paid but must now be =

dozen glasses on Satin ah Arink: ley, Dayrell’s Road, St, Lawrence season to begin | paid at once or the club LOCAL
seller's cart, each boy sprints from} __. . -. 5 teed See on on AGENTS
the form room to the cart to be season
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Vatriculation = \3S=

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THE results of the Matriculation e
Examination of the University of erggigedg out lor
London; held in June, 1950, are|

as follows: —
The following candidates passed
in the First Division

. )
} Private Candidates
} Forde, L. V., Rawlins, E by
| The following candidates passed
} in the Second Division: — WE HAVi E
Barbados Evening Institut i e Tm
Miss N )

REMEDIES

O. Davis, H, M. Drakes,
G. O. Forde, Miss L. E. Harris
and Miss E. I. Morris
Modern High School
S. L. Archer, F. L, R. Francis
Miss M. E

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The following candidates eac)|
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qualification: — |
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M. Hall, C
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month and will do its part in,
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Mrs Drucilla Alleyne imother
Vivian Farnum, Alma. Ruby (sister
30.9.50-—1n
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FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

AUTO CYCLE—One Auto Cycle in
Good Condition. Apply L. Boyce,
Canewood Plantation. 30.9.50--2n.

CAR—1947 Ford V-8 Sedan Done only
1,400 miles in excellent condition. FOYT
ROYAL GARAGE Ltd. Telephone 4504

30.9.50—2n















CAR — One 1939 Sedan Morris 1.
In perfect working order. New Tyres
Dial , A. LT. Beale, Constant Pitn.
St. George.

29.9.50—3n

CAR — 1949 model grey Morris Oxford
Saloon. Mileage 11,000. Price $1,650.00
Phone 2342 before 10 a.m.



28.9.50—3n

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CAR—1936 Sedan Ford V-8 Car A. 104

in fine condition, Recently overhauled,

ROOM — Unfurnished Large Cool
New Tyres, Apply to Lacy Kelhinan,) poom in quiet home to an approved
Cane Garden, St. Andrew. ise es tenant. Apply “Holyrood” Crn. St

SECOND HAND CARS, TRUCKS and
PICK-UPS. Value for money. Marshall
& Edwards Garage, 48 Roebuck Street

30.9,50--3n





TRUCK—Ford 15 Cwt
in good condition. Good Tyres

Apply
Electric Sales & Service Lid. Phone 4629

or 4371. 0.9.50—2n.

ELECTRICAL

BOILETTE — A new reliable eiectri-









FOR RENT



BUNGALOW
Eecdrooms, Brighton,
Particulars Dial 2398

Modern Bungalow
Black Rock For
29.9. 50---3n



EDNAM, Hastings, Comforiab.c
House, 4 bedrooms, all modern cqn-
veniences. Large ward with fruit tregs
Rent moderate. Phone 3126

months of November 1950 to March 1951.
Phone 4543. 28.9.50—3n





LYNCHBURG, Sth Avenue, Belle
Phone 3943 or 4243 ‘Hunte.
30.9.50-——In

FOR SALE OR RENT
MARRISTOW — Maxwell Coast, fully
furnished. Four bedrooms, all modern
conveniences. Three Servanis Rooms

ville.

Can be seen by Appointment. tal
4683 or 2328. Available ist November.
27.9.50—4n. |



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THE NOOK—Worthing View Corner,
Drawing, Dining, 2 bedrooms, Cc.;
Bath: Electricity. Excellent bus route
6 minutes’ walk to sea Apply James
A. Millington, “Jancor” Maxwell's Rd
cpposite Dover. 28.9.50—3n.







Matthias Gap, Hastings, Before
After 4.30 p.m. 29.9.













SHOP — At St. Thomas Main koad
Arch Hall. Apply to Mrs Seale,
Bush Hali Main Road St. Michael

30.9. 50--In

TANGLIN — Beachmont, Bathsheba,
Uctober onwards, monthly or other-
wise, 3 double bedrooms with single

Simmons bedsteads, children’s room, din-
Refrigerator, gar-
Apply Howe.
27.8.50-

ing room and lounge
age. ser sant’s room
26

Ring
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cal appliance wanted in every tome} —————
for quick hot drinks, water for shav- | _TOBRUK,—Cattlewash
ine. egg boiling, etc. Boilettes are| Of November, December, 1950, and cer-
used in the kitchen — bedroom —|] tain months for 1951, This house is also
nursery — flats — laboratories — aiso| for sale. ‘Phone 95244 or 95261 for in-
used by Doctors — Dentists — Chenigsts 1 formation. 16.9.50—2n
— Sar eens etc. ete, Price $5.24
each. . HUTSON Ltd.
sto s0-2».| PUBLIC NOTICES
eee eee — Automatic by
Garrad, from .70 to $54.84, while they “ = -
last. A. Barnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 3559. NOTICE
28.9.50—t.f.n Estate of
PETER PATTERSON
REFRIGERATOR—One (1) 6 cub. ft Deceased

Refrigerator, two years old in excellent





NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all

ane eenerncnettsnesopsh spent tesithtsatosisiaionettn tein sissies enane

condition. Apply Electric Sales & Ser-| persons having any debt or clams
vice Ltd. 30.9,.50--2n. J against the Estate of Peter Patterson
L ae of Se Spe Annexe Woodside Gar-
ens, in the parish of Saint Michael in
IVESTOCK sg ne who died in this Island on
the 4th day of June 1950 -- intestate

MULE, CART & HARNESS in good mais
condition, Ring 4038, Sherbourne, Two See Tenner US. Barc Ab Derr notee

Mile Hill, St. Michael
27.9.50-—5n.

MECHANICAL

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT Large
quantity of 1% inch Galvanised ‘piping.
Also Mill, 10 ft. Fan, 60 ft. Tower, 2%
inch Pump and large tank. Ring 4038.
“Sherbourne”, Two Mile Hill, St
Michael. 27.9.50—5n

One hand operated BACON SLICING











MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co.,
Ltd., Whitepark. 13.9,50—t.f.n.
TYPEWRITER — A _ re-conditioned,
secondhand, Portable “Underwood’
Typewriter. Apply: Revd. H. Lane,
Y.M.C.A, 30.9.50--3r
———$———
MISCELLANEOUS





DELICIOUS GUAVA CHEESE 7T2c. Pe;
Tt. Apply Mrs. Bradshaw, Strathclyde
Dial 2649, 30.9.50—2n

MEN’S SHIRTS — Largest selection
of Men's Shirts 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

PRESSURE COOKERS —7 and 10%
Pints capacity (Imperial measige)
$14.50 and $18.59 each respectively.

Their use guarantees 80% saving of fuci
and time. JOHN F. HUTSON LTD
30.9.50--2n,

ROCK STONES — 1/- a ft. delivered
Apply to the Manager Drax Hall plan-
tation, 28.9.50—On

SHIRTS Ready-Made and made to
measure. Shirts ordered can be deli-
vered within 3 hours. Fit and quality
fully guaranteed. Reliance Store, High
st. 29.9.50—7n

WEST INDIES’ VICTORY TIES—-Join
the Crowd and give our team a Royal
Welcome. But be sure to wear a West
Indies' Victory Tie, Obtainable at Har-
rison’s at $1.69 each, 30.9, 50—In

WANTED
HELP

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

POSITION WANTED

YOUNG Lady seeks employment o5
nurse or companion to elderky person:
willing to travel. Also desirous
taking up post as Clerk Secretary.
had experience as Stenographer in Civil
Service. Reply to XBY C/o Advocate
Advertising Dept. 3.9, 50-—2n.

MISCELLANEOUS

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

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

PERSONAL

























| COMPANY

The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife LOUISE
BISHOP (nee Griffith of Sandy Ground,
Paradise Rd. Ch, Ch.) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone
else contracting any debt or debts in
ry name unless by a_ written order
signed by me,

Sgd, HENRY HAROLD BISHOP.
Pine Land, TWo Mile Hifi

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The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife MIRIAN
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‘A PUCKRING (nee Weeks!
as I do not hold myself responsible for
or anyone else contracting any tebt
or debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me. .

(Sgd.) ROBERT ORBURN PUCKRIN
Bay Land,

G,
Almshous*,
9.50--2n |

The public are here! warned agains: |
credit to my wife LEO! 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
29.9.50—2n



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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 any debt or debts 1»
my name unless by a written order









stened BY god. JOSEPH CONNEL
. col OLA.
Black Rock, Near The Mount % WANT TO BUY A
t ichael % co AGE
NOTICE % AT ;
s s
Applications for the Post of Parochinl @ HASTINGS
Treasurer for the Parish of St. Philio. | 4 ATA ‘
wis be etre by me not later than! &
Saturday 7th October 1950. Applicants | @ . 9 %,
must furnish Birth Certificate, Medicai % BARGAIN PRICE?
Certificate, and Testimonials, and have a "7
Keneral knowledge of Bookkeeping * Before Tne vrice Boom,
Successfu pplicant must reside ‘niy , Dy q
the Parish, and be prepared to take] aun - — e Pramable xz
up duties on the 2th of October, 1950 % Hvesunent, x
A applications to be sent to— 6
D. D. GARNER Esqr., M.c.P, |S PHONE 3952. ¥
Marchfield, ‘st. Philip. | % %
20.9.50—8n. [ SOS rote



of their claims duly attested to the
undersigned Marian May Nurse C/o G
L. W. Clarke & Co. Solicitors, James
Street Bridgetown on or before the
30th day of November 1950 after whicn
date I shall proceed to distribute
the assets of the deceased among the
parties entitled thereto — having regara
enly to such claims of which I shalt
then have had notice and I will not
be liable for the assets or any part
thereof so distributed to any person ot
whose debt or claim [ shall not then}
have had notice.

And all persons indebted to the
Estate are requested to settle their in-
debtness without delay.

Dated this 26th day September 1950

MARIAN MAY NURSE

Qualified Administratrix of the

tate of Peter Patterson deceased.
27.9 .50-—4n

Es-





NOTICE

Re Estate of
CHARLES FREDERICK SKEETE
deceased

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim upon
or affecting the estate of Charles
Frederick Skeete late of Mile and a
Quarter in .ne parish of Saint Peter
who died in this Island on the 26th
day of January 1936, are hereby re-
quired to send in particulars of their
claims duly attested to me N.thanfte!
Augustus Skeete c/o Messrs. Hutchin-
son & Banfield, Solicitors, James Street
Bridgetown on or before the 30th day
of November 1950, after which date |
shall proceed to distribute the assets
of the said estate among the parties en-
titled thereto having regard to the
cebts and claims only of which I shal!
then have had notice and that I shall
not be liable for the assets so distributes
to any person of whose debt or claim
I shall not have had notice at the time
of such distribution. is

And all persons ,indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their ac-
counts without delay.

Dated this 4th day of September, 1950

SKEETE



N. A.
Qualified Administrator of the estate
of Charles Frederick Skeete, deceased.
27.9.50—4n



TAKE NOTICE






















That BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO
(BARBADOS) LIMITED
whose trade or business address
“Greenhill”, Lodge Road, Saint Michael
Barbados has applied for the registra-
tion of a trade mark in Part “A" of
Register in connection with Cigarettes
and will be entitled to register the
same after one month from the 25th
day of September 1950 unless some
person shall in the meantime
notice In duplicate to me at my ce
of opposition of such registration he
trade mark can be seen on application

at my office.
Dated this 20th day of September
H. WILLIAMS

1950.
Registrar of Tiade Marks
28.9.50—3n



QUICK SALE

10,800 square feet land on
the SEA AT HASTINGS,
with wall house easily con-
verted into a guest house —
all modern conveniences, has
a back gallery overlooking
the sea. Dial 2947
R. ARCHER MC KENZIE

ES
FOR SALE

Victoria Street
30. 9. 50—2n,

SPECIAL PRICE FOR
AMAA,





bridge School Certificate.

BARBADOS





GOVERNMENT NOTICES

PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING STAFF, DOMINICA
VACANCY FOR FIELD TECHNICIAN

Applications are invited for the post of Field Technician with
the Public Health Engineering Staff, Dominica

2 The post is non-pensionable and carries a _ saiary of
$720 x $120-—$1,440 with a temporary cost of living allowance of
15% decreasing to 12'4% from $960 onwa Subsistence allowance
at local rates is payable and the successful applicant will be required



rds,

to serve a probationary period of six months on the successful com- |

pletion of which he would be asked to sign a contract to 31st Decem-
ber. 1953.
3. Applicants should posses:



some knowledge of engineering
surveys, elementary building construction, preparation of drawings in
ecounection therewith, malaria control measures,
drainage and should be in possession of the Cambridge Senior School
Certificate with a credit in mathematics. Experience in control of
labour would be an advantage.

4. The commencing salary may be $864 and the period of pro-
bation three months depending on qualifications.

5. Applications should be accompanied by, if possible. a testi-



v.

later than 15th October, 1950.
30.9.50—2n





HURRICANE WARNINGS
IT HAS BEEN decided to supplement the present arrahgements









master of the Virgin Islands Secondary School.

2. The post, which is pensionable, carries a salary of £450,
£475 x 25—525. Quarters are not provided. Non-pensionable cost
of living allowances are being paid at rates which would givegthis
officer £187. 10. p.a. at a salary of £450 and £215, 12. 6. p.a. at
the maximum of the scale. The appointment will be on probation
for one year,

3. The Virgin Islands Secondary School, which has 50 to 60
pupils, the majority girls. is the sole secondary school in the Presi-
dency, Its present academic aim is to prepare children for the Cam-
There is a hostel for girls which it is
hoped to open in 1951. The Headmaster will be required, not only
to perform normal teaching duties, but also to supervise the conduct
of the hostel (which will have a resident matron) and to perform
the administrative duties arising from his being the head of the
Department of Secondary Education. The teaching staff consists of
three Assistants and a Domestic Science teacher.

4. Applications should reach the Commissioner, British Virgin
Islands, not later than 30th November. 1950. They should show the
age, educational qualifications, experience, special subjects and in-
terests of candidates.and should be accompanied by copies of testi-
monials, Candidates should also state whether they are married or
single, 30.9,50——In



APPOINTMENT OF KEEPER OF CLOTHING,
: _GENERAL HOSPITAL.

Applications dre invited for the pensionable post of Keeper of
Clothing, General Hospital at a salary of $1,056 rising by annual
increments of $48 to $1,200.

2. Applicants should not be over 40 years of age, should have
attained a satisfactory standard of education and should be campe-
tent dressmakers with experience in the supervision of the work of
a large staff of seamstresses and washers. They should be compe-
tent to keep records of the work done in the Department, and will
be responsible for the maintenance of stocks. Appointment will be
on probation for two years in the first instance.

3. Applications on forms obtainable from the Secretary, Gen-
eral Hospital. should be forwarded to him not later than the 3ist of
October, 1950.

30.9.50—3n



SUPERVISOR OF EDUCATION, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Applications are invited for appointment to the post of Super-
visor of Education, British Virgin Islands.

2. The post, which is pensionable, carries a salary of £400.
£450 x 25—500. Quarters are not provided. Non-pensionable cost
of living allowances are being paid at rates which would give this
officer £168. 15 p.a. at a salary of £400 and £206. 5 p.a. at the
maximum of the scale. He will be required to keep a horse, in
respect of which he will be eligible to draw a travelling allowance,
the present rate of which is £30 p.a. The appointment will be
on probation for one -year.

2. The principal duties of the Supervisor of Education are—
(a) to supervise and inspect all elementary schools, (b) to advise
the school management on policy and curricula, (c) to train teachers
and (d) to supervise (in consultation with a local committee) the
Road Town library and the extension of library services throughout
the Presidency.

4. Applications should reach the Commissioner, British Virgi:
Islands. not later than 30th November, 1950. They should show
clearly the age, educational qualifications. experience, special sub-
jects and interests of candidates and should be accompanied by
copies of testimonials. 30.9.50—1n

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monial from a member of the Public Health Engineering profession | Pe of obtaining admission to Universities and Colleges, as even
and should be submitted to the Senior Medical Officer, Dominica, not | terial colleges and polytechnics are overcrowded and it is very
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ered for admission.
that candidates would be acceptable
evidence of high ability such as a Grade I School Certificate and a
Higher School Certificate, both passed at the earliest possible age
and at the first attempt.
The British Council will be responsible for making arrange-
ments for meeting students and for securing suitable accommodation
for them.





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For further information apply to—

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents

4,44 4676%

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The following English Thoroughbr

Barbados or Trinidad

GLAD EYES—LICHGATE—ENTRANCING Each £650
ISTIC—GREAT EASTERN Each £600
AND AUTOWINTER—Each £475

— also —
EDLY, MUFFETTEE, BYCHAN, SHAHPERE, MAGIO LADY,
THE MEARE, TANYBRYN, RIVER FLOW

BALLY
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Apply: O P. BENNETT, Southern

CHURCH OF GOD
NEW TESTAMENT

LONG BAY, ST, PHILIP

REVIVAL SERVICES

Commencing 15th October,

1950

The Public

ELA

General are vitgd

BANISTER,
Pastor.

30.9 ,50—-2n

SOOO P OOO



Real Estate

Before Buying or Selling |
Good Class Property it

Pays to see

JOHN

4.
BLADON

A.F'S., F.V.A
Phone 4640

Plantations Building

Forms of application for admission. to be completed in tri-
| plicate, may be obtained from the Secretary, Student Advisory Com-
mittee, C/o Colonial Seeretary’s Office, and must be completed and
returned to him not later than Monday, the 16th of October, 1950.













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Land 4,258 square feet of tand be-
side the main road at Upper Hindsbyr;
Road. Vacant possession now.

Also one (1) Small property at Schpo.
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Twelve hundred dollars, ($1,200.00).

Fer partielars apply to D'Arcy A-
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30.9. 50-—Fn

A WALL HOUSE — With shop at-
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NOTICE

dical Schools it is most unlikely
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for a Cautionary Warning by the blowing of the sirens which have 30.9.50—3n be
recently been installed at various points for this purpose. sg sastaitciaislaaga alin OUR SPEIGHTSTOWN & SIX MENS BRANCHES a
Immediately following on the issue of a Cautionary Warning the on a
ae will be blown at fifteen minute intervals over a period of one SHIPPING NOTICES will be closed for tf)
If electric power is available when it is possible to give the “All 4
Clear”. the sirens will be blown continuously for three minutes. ; MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW ZEA.) ee ee {
30.9.50—2n LAND LINE LIMITED | ee -
(M.A.N.Z, LINE) ' |
i . x : s.8. “PORT WELLINGTON” arriving Tr M. V. “RADAR” will {
Regulations For British Council Scholarships. at Barbados September 27th. 5 accept Cargo and Passengers for |'! on
os wa io a re - ——— — — iia Mgnt tit, Abiinide Geplomenee thik: Bat atiine'wedtesias ck 41 ae “
i versities and other educational insti s » United King- | Vevonport Septem! 5th, me
5a educational institutions in the United King- | Vevonport eek eas aah pao he hae eNO le ia Ss | Tuesday 3rd., \V ednesday Ath and 2
. ‘ Brisbane October 4th, arriving at Bar- accept Cargo and Passengers {0° j
2. Te awards are mainly for men and women who have al- | dos November 4th. i St, Lucia, St, Vincent, Greneda
ready successfully completed university degree courses or who have |, Tres? ne ae ncn nena cade, | Sh Cae ee Thursday Sth. October.
equivalent professional qualifications. Preference is given to candi- » accepted on through bills of ! ear |
wn — 7" a years of ae. | br Warkadeh masta dines Winds B.W.L, Schooner” OWhers |//{? Will our Plantation Friends and Customers please
; he scholarships are normally for one academic year of 10 | ward and Leeward Islands Asso, (Inc). _
months or for two-academic years, according to the duration of the| "Syunwess Witty & Go LTD. arrange their shopping and orders accordingly.
approved course of study. Subjects already provided for by other Trinidad, B.W.L. , Tel. No. 4047 ;
Scholarships are generally avoided, and in view of the difficulty of DA conta ee co. urp., R «A G CHALLENOR LTD. 5
obtaining places in British Universities, chances seem to be somewhat Barbados, B.W.I SSS SSS }
in favour of those who wish to study subjects as may be studied in i
non-University institutions. It is possible that this year consideration Steamal }
may be given to a competent candidate who wishes to study public up 0. x & i
finance, including local Government practice in the United Kingdom. _— “ ‘ . i
4, A full scholarship is intended to cover all expenses of main- Ine. ° WHY SUFFER WITH INFLUENZA? 8 Hs
tenance and study, and includes fares, fees, personal maintenance, a : . x *
rant for books and apparatus of £10 per annum and approved ‘EW OR * 4
Paveliing expenses in the United misetoen, The Wathtenancs alldws P ‘eh vo vate, ; So save jounate eatery an Abe St akties -_ 1
ance varies between £25 and £35 monthly according to the seniority . %
of the scholar and the place in which he is studying. Where scholars x “RECTOR’S INFLUENZA MIXTURE” g
are in a position to do so, they are expected to contribute to the cost. ante Vian eakts x
5. Scholarships are awarded only on the recommendation of the salle ae As a follow-up after an attack of Influenza, or any other z
Council Representatives overseas. N.Y. Fever use .
6. Conditions of Tenure BY Som. ai at sen ia deka
5 " ” st September ctober ’
(a) A scholar must spend the whole of his scholarship period “RECTOR’S FEVER MIXTURE’
in the United Kingdom and must undertake to return t
; : 8 per f sce CANADIAN SERVICE ~ This product is specially prepared to enable you to resist
to his own country at the end of this time. LOUTHBOUND x and get rid of Malaria and other Fevers,
(b) A scholar may not take paid employment without the Nano cs whip en : Bc pirives
‘i shict ri . 5 enip q trea alifax arbados
consent of the Council, which will be granted only in| gs «atcoa PARTNER” Mephennisd . Rik’ Begtarahan’ eK Bantenion? ‘ Obtainable at . x
exceptional cases. 8. “ALCOA PEGASUS” September 22nd.September 25tn. October Sth, $ , x
(c) A scholar must follow the course of study approved by | NOnqunounp > reenieeronees "Saree Neeanetons 1 B k B'DOS D St Ltd x
the Council and abide by the rules of the University or Arrives * 00 er $ ( ) rug ores ° x
: Syn os . : ‘ eo Barb: ‘,
Bibet Snecattor es, while he m-plasen, 7 ALCOA PARTNER’ "October Whe, For At; Lawrence Rivet: Porte: | © Bridgetown and Hastings (ALPHA PHARMACY) »
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to the United Kingdom. _ | “AY Steamer October 31st. For St. Lawrence River Ports. | “SCOR %S? 5966666466999 OOOO
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The British Council, “Wakefield”, Bridgetown. ROBERT THOM LTD,—New York and Gulf Service,
These application forms must be completed and returned with |
supporting documents before 6th October, 1950. j ls ~
Candidates recommended by local selection committees will be || HARRISON LINE
required to supply five (5) sets of all documents and may also be
required to submit a medical certificate of fitness. ‘
A candidate who has previously applied for a scholarship must TL is is to notif our customers that
make his second application in full. OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM h Y = e :
8. Method of Selection. s a ‘
A local selection committee will consider applications from resi- Vessel From Leaves Yn ee our GARAGE will be closed for = j
dents in Barbados. The recommendations of this committee will be re iit cae P See 1
7 Ss comm .“— M/bri — ;
further considered, together with others from the Leeward and the 8.8. “TEMPLE ARCH peeve . 5th Sept. 29th Sept. | ae ta . ‘
Windward Islands, by an area selection committee under the chair-]s sg “SI'THONIA” .. London 18th Sept. 4th Oct. ; » -4
manship of the British Council Representative, 3.8. “GEOLOGIST” Liverpool 30th Sept. 14th Oct. - ime |
The final selection will be made by the British Council in London | 8,8. “LLOYDCREST”’ London 10th Oct. 27th Oct. can j
from among those on the short list recommended by the Area Selection : wa }
Committee, % 17.9.50.—8n. HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM ON |
Vessel For Closes in Barbados :
HEADMASTER OF SECONDARY SCHOOL, SS. “MOONCREST” Lani Mid. Gdtabar | ¥ 3 , : j
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS. S'S. “JUNECREST” ‘ Liverpool Laie October Tuesday 3rd — Wednesday Mth ;
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(b) and the steadily increasing cost of Coal, labour, machinery,
fittings, and all materials necessary for the carrying on of the
Gas undertaking — The Gas Company is reluctantly compelled
to raise the price of Gas and Meter Rentals, as and from Ist
November 1950.

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An additional Surcharge of 10%, will be added to the cost of Gas on all
Bills, other than Government, Contracts, and those customers being sup-
plied direct from the Natural Gas lines. The discount will be reduced
by 5% and the Meter Rentals will be from 18c. per month according to
size of Meter.

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time as satisfactory Legislation is passed, and the natural

By this method the
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FAIR

IN AID OF ST. WINIFKED’S
BUILDING FUND AT

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TO-DAY —3 to 6 p.m.

STALLS. Netdlework, Vegeta-
bles and Preserves, Cakes, Noveli-
hes and Tors, Rooks, Plants and
Flowers, Lucky Dip, Wheel of
Fortune, Sweeti, lees and Hot
Dogs, lced-Coffee, Grape Fruit
Juice, Cocoa-Cola ete

Games and Pony Rides.
The Police Band, by kind per-
mission of Cos. R. T. Michelin,
Commissioner of Police, under
Capt. C. E. Raison, A.R.C.M.,
will be in attendance from 4—5
p.m.

pepimission:. _Aduits L-,
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, Proceeds in aid of St, Phillip’s Under the direction Admission — 2/-
— On their last official outing in Erzland the West Indies Cricket Team visited the British Bata Shoe Branch of the Poppy League of Capt. Raison
w Factory at East Tilbury. After in: ,ecting this huge plant they were given presents of shoes, amongst
which was a pair of the new Sportrite boot which has been developed for use of Hard ground.
Mr. J. M. Kidney does a little checking. F
eee Admission $1.00
Harbour Log) STATISTICS OF WEST $ TO-NIGHT
INDIES E AM ~ Hope you have remerfibered
In Carlisle Bay | $ and are all set for the
Sch, Lucille M. Smith, Sch. Cyclora:a | 3 DANCE
Q., Seh. Gloria rete. Sg ee f (By The Sports Editor) ; BOWLING $ ai
Eunicia, Sch. Lochinvar S., Sch. Hartict) Following are the batting anc se Ae lee in,
Si Gordon, : $ Oo. M R. W. Age
Ben. Cyril Eo smh sen Zita Wonita,| oowling averages for the West] S. Ramadhin 1,043.4 398 2,009 129 15.57 x CHILDREN’S GOODWILL
Sch. Enterprise, Sch Reginald Wallace,| (ndies 1950 tour of England. The} A. L Valentine 1,185.2 475 2,207 123 17.94 8 LEAGUE
Sch. Bastern Bel. Sen. aiouy shoo } Test Mateh averages for England | 7 = oes a a a 33 18.72 » ADMISSION —:— 2/-
‘V. Lieo Smtvais: > S 2s > bowl-| fogrel 4 70 97 Music by Mr. Percy Green
ARRIVALS: | ind the West Indies and the | F. M. Worrell 480.1 170 i
Tanker Rufina, 1,856 tons, nett, Capt. | ing and batting averages for First| G. & Gomez 680.3 221 and his Orchestra.
W. Vander Wagt, from Grenada. |. | Class matches of the West Indies}¢. B. Williams 3 You'll have the best of
ae naan, uaa’ P| and for the first sixteen players| Fog ee pe ae eee everything, so be at the Shed
'S.S. Tista, 4,300 tons, nett, Capt. N |in English First Class County|j; g’ sfarsnall 1203 38 398 pate Pr ce
Wolstad, from New Orleans. ‘ Cricket. Also bowled:—K. B. Trestrail, 3—0— KEEP YOUR
S.S. Carimare, 3,314 tons, nett, Capt ny 110; C. L. Walcott, 12-6220; E
G. Voisin, from La Pallice. ENGLAND Weekes, 9—0— 41—2; J. B Stollmeyer, pe
S.S. Helena for Trinidad, M.V. Radar BATTIN a1—S—117--2. FEET DRY IN PESSOESSSSSSSS S999
for Montserrat, $.8. Factor for Trinidad Times . a i
i Lno R. Hs English Players
a Hutton 333. . 2 >
ps In Touch With Barbados | {''°.... 40 255 114 BATTING THE WETTEST
: . T. EB, Bailey 41 145 82¢
Coastal Station TE. Bai 6 0 224 104 fetes DANCE shades ea__._._.._..___...80e. & $1.44
se 0 130 69 ualification: nnings ——
CABLE & WIRELESS (West Indies! seen aN eae Averana 16 P WEA THER DUNLOP WARMLINERS are ;
Ltd. advise that they can-now commu-| yj” parich 40 94 71 Times Seamless. Springy _Dunlopillo = Bt oe Baby Khus Khus Hangers ea_______.$108
nicate with the following ships through | Gc Bew 40 87 67 Se te I. no, R. H.S. Av'ge Haine ein caebrnap Swansdown THE BARBADOS
their Barbados Coast Station. — HG. D 40 % 2 atson (Wo comfort, AQUA LU! 2
Ree a eee See aaa W.D. Yardley 6 0 108 41 op. ayoree 2 2 20% 132. (Loeat pi he Rt RL. Rays | Woollen Coats eda........ remus $3.60
Hills, 8.8. colaou aria, . . .e 4 4 638 ag * mpson a x a ee cS Se Sf
Be gs tue ao naes| Sener «A. vod ee i ae Booties pair 60c. to $1.00
uay, 5. ates ened Berry eg 8 4 utton g a* p.m es ir A
Ravello, “8.8. Presenie. Dutra,” 5 8.| Hollies ger ee Waive wee i . 4. Music by THE HOT SHOTS ” P
Keania, 8:8 Nyholm, §.8" Woldingharo| Also Batted:—F. 'R. Brown 0 and 16; | Hardstaf 3 4 1383 149" ALL STAR Q E Bonnets, silk ea_...___...._.._ $1.56
: ° ad 2 rm Yompt iD.) and ; Dollers ; s a 00 : ;
Fe are a ne Oe em [hr Hite Sand 6; 0. 3! Male, 41) Cox ‘85 7 2.869 165" Featuring ROD CLAVERY,
Spurt S'S. Teliconus, $.8,. Jomaas, 3.8.| and 0; Laker 4 and 40; Meintyre 4 and qo bias . 2 ae ie Vocalist, and LEARRIB crochet ea. _.. $2.00
Bonalee 6.6. Michasi, 8.8. Barane,| J; Shackleton 42 and 1: D. 8. Sheppard | Commen (DP) 8 an ate ATWELL on_ Electrical ” pss to at es
oo es Eta: teviaue Be Abnne. : aor ar Meee a an eee aes oe Parkhouse 46 2 1,997 162 Amplified GUITAR, playing
B'S. New S.S. Bsso Den Hang,| The following three-figure innings; 2. S. Sheppard 44 2 1,885. 297 : eer latest RHUMBAS, SAMBAS,
S.S. Newcombia, Fishiock 59 6 2417 147 Mi
S.S. Mormac Sea were played for England: r ; = oN ae : BOLEROS & SPANISH
‘ Washbrook (2); 114 at Lords’s, 102 at | Marri . e er 239 ; WALTZES
Nottingham. Evans (i1); 104 at Man- 0
chester Hutton (1); 202 not out at =a se
CaAWwe ne oval, ee BOWLING '
BOWLING at : me Ai : x Admission to Ballroom 2/- oy is
Qualification: 10 wickets Rae
ARRIVALS By B.W.I.A.L, Oo M RW. Ay Sake ee 7 .
Fro : J , ‘ < . 5 _ 4 MBER FLASH |, -to- 26.9.50—5n.
mn AT UCTA: Berry 1085 47 228 9 25 33] Tattersall .. 1,404.4 501 2,623 193 YHITE FLASH tennis shoes, shoe, with Ventilex canvas dod 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
gllies .. a eher unio “ :
Mildred Benjamin Hollies 119-38 268 10 26.80) 5 ©, Boucher 107.5 28 260 18 Insoles, vee and Qunibpiiia Ounlepilio insoles.
ED RETIRE SUTANAY a ac Yaad, | Beer tA. V.)° 18] 49 877 11 3637) Homer , WS 14 aay ae es, .
v> ‘pinally, ti, Stehie, Ne stenie, Gp| TE: Baliey .. 47.2 12 121 3 40.38 | Laker 1,399.5 530 2,544 166
ehle, N. ‘Pitt, griffith, R. Grimitn, | Jenkins 118.2 20 409 10 40.90) Appleyard 83.4 18 177 11
Fag te a Mecunieen N. McCulloen,]N, W. D Davies (BR) 413 131 923 57 Saturday, October 14, 1950 5S$S$SS555595959995S6S9995999 Sos
S. McCulloch, B. Parkinson wrardiey ion ML Mf 1 94.00) Statham 300.5 82 613 37 %
. he : fdrich Wardle 1,628.5 743 2,909 174
Una "tease Bisie Jones , Also Bowled:--E. R. Brown, 2la-4 filton 1161.3 484 2/267 195 AN ENTERTAINMENT T NEW STOCK OF
Intransit for GRENADA: Yr Aa sagt SD San + am 46 49-275 16 s
il—12-—91—0; Laker 31—9—86—i: Shack- { 750.4 225 1,682 9 i A
Intranet for TRINIDAD: leton, 49--9~135--1; R. T. Simpson | Goxon ** 1448 200 2'4: . Under the distinguished %
Assier de Pompignan, M. Belle, Doug-|1.3—0--9-0; = Wardle 47--16--104—2; ] ¢} W. Youngson ‘157.1 88 339 18 patronage of His Excel- 2
las Yearwood, Mavis Yearwood Wright $3—13—-141—5 ve lollies .. 1,828.1 488 2,713 144 lency the Governor and
Mgamuel’. Misrahi, William —Walwyn WEST INDIES Lawrence. 106 | 18d $3174 118 Mrs. Savage
Marjorie waiver, Christopher Walwyn BATTING will be held at the
From MAIQUETIA; aes.
scrartalde, Schupp, Cali Schupp, Elena he a, aaa kere DRILL HALL %
UPP, as costa, ari costa, | ,. Bia 3! 26 9.23 eee
Vincente Armas, Esmerahda Armas, 7 az on : : ae aaa ue. 06 To-day’s Cricket x BYMIN AMARA HALIBORANGE
Carmen Picno, Americo Pieno, Davi ‘ S : E 7 rede ‘ oie f
Ochoa, Aura “Ochoa, Emesto’ Pacris.|'/ Weekes, @ 0 $38 129 G6 38 5. eee % LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRUP OF FIGS
Vietorie Paris, Robert Gabriel, Mary| }. : AG es + 45.g0| The fourth round of First Divi- e ju wy Barbados
Seeiarohna By B.W.LAL G. E, Gomez 61 41.40};ion and Intermediate cricket STOKES BY Regiment * and
For DOMINICA: = J. D, Goddard ., 6 3 20-60) cames will continue at the vari- == & NOE _LTD.~AGENTS from 5.00 p..m, to 7.00 p.m. : RUSKS—Baby’s First Solid Food
SL aha aenerotareh ch toeees oko ioo9[©US cricket grounds today. Rain In aid of the Girls’ x ere
For LA GUAIRA: . 0.00) a gia ‘ : i ne
[ " i,|8. Ramadhin 5 2 3 33] prevented cricket from being play- ~ Frie :
Phillipe Huiz isabel Huis “Atela A. L, Valentine 5 0 3 00}cd last Saturday, the second day & ndly Society s Also a variety of CIGARS
a |e gg he aba et ES alec oer “Ol cf the four matches. PROGRAMME %
5 r 2 T., one- i * 5
veva Decaneion, Mabel MeGibbon, Nels The following Hoses innings were Di The sixth ne of Second e “ THE SUN k
eGibbon, Gi McGibbon played for West Indies:— ivision cricket has resolv- h,
re ibbon apn cl rey, taonei| at ionina 2, (2)! 108 at the Oval 106leq itself into a one ee ii ove ness or ou $ COLLINS DRUG STORES
‘ommy els, Sheila Ha: , Lionel] at Lord's. orre (2); a + . ‘
Mapp, Jean Ector. war Nottingham, 138 at the Oval, c, Li | ture. This round was to have GOES DOWN” *s
For BRITISH GUIANA: Waleott (1); 168 not out at Lord's. B.}begun last Saturday but rain ¢
Leonore Hamilton, Sybil Hansford,






Weekes (1); 129 at Nottingham prevented play.













Penelope Howard, Hugh Howard, Blaine i rie by
Howard, Patricia Howard, Norah Came~ ae er v ee The matches are: ELEANOR FITZGERALD
ron, Ian Cameron, Hugh Cameron, J. D. Goddard veh 29 iy 6 *y ° Fi Divisi ¢
’ odds 29 122 20, 35 -
OR A. 1, Valentine 4223 197 674 33 20 42 irst Division with 8 ATTENTION ....
5 ve, 1 5 amadhin 377.5 i 26 3. 23 ~
aoe be Willismns. Oona Walnee: Vue F. M. Worrell 98:2 36 162 6 :0 33] Combermere vs Lodge at Com- Ning MICHELIN, William ‘
Pilgrim, Joseph Roberts, Frank ‘Nasci-] 8. H. Johnson 654 13 142 3 4733|bermere, College vs Spartan at bee eas rie em eae, ae %
; : a A aE bert CHEES:! : :
For TRINIDAD. 04! Saar mes 8 ie 7 un ee |College, Wanderers vs Carlton at hn noe




sohn BURT, Ann RAISON,
Michael LYNCH. FE

} Just Received PICTURES Of

W. I CRICKET TEAM

IN ENGLAND



Carmen Wilkinson, Joseph Carter,{ Also Bowled—C, L. Waicott 4—i-{t2e Bay and Empire vs Police




Oldis Calendar, Lisle Butler, Kealon} 12—0 at Bank Hall. ; ; :
peagnant, Alynthia Lovell, Peter Nople, First Class Cricket son ne eee Junior Barba-
Betty Thompson, David Oliver, Cyril oe ‘a oe . 5

Grazette, William Martin, William Win- WEST INDIES Intermediate sail oak

ston, Archer St John, Marion Me BATTING Oo erlude.




anott Cable & Wireless vs Y.M.P.C.
Times

I. n.o. RB. H.-S. Av'ge |? Boarded Hall, Mental Hospital
Weekes 33 4 2,310 304° 79.65]/VS Empire at Black Rock, Spar-
M. Worrell .. 31 5 1,775 261 68 26/tan vs Wanderers at the Park and

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C. L. Walcott |) 36 6 1,674 168° 55.£0| Dick wic 5 in auy

R. J. Christiani 3410 1094 isis 4s.sa]Eickwick vs Windward at the



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> The Story. of the G.F.S
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H. H, Johnson 16 4 184 39° 15.33/Carlton vs College at Carlton,
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Parcel Mail, Registered Mail gnd}/ S. Ramadhin 15 8° 38 7 Bag a ano Ms R ¢ aa "4 pialeertcl
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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER J, !S BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THREE MMOHO >l VI IIIMIIS One Killed As Trnek Runs Off Rood l*ORT Of Si'AIN Seyl 2. a Work* : N pertrntni mien %  all road on the way back from Manru Bay on Thursxl iy afternoon Mild plunged OM* %  ivnersaultlng a half mile 'KIWI, the vHc\ OnU .1;, one man on the truck, an sitting beside unhurt. dwKj man I* Wilfred I'>T. 29, %  of M irav.il THREi: EMPLOYEES of Ui* BltUnh American Tot Machine, an uigemanii invention which can do almost plMM at W.rrww oparaun* th Molin* Packjr %  ,thi ( >t uik How The 'Smokes Are Made At Warrens I 11">ui ii(Have Not Joined Will> Batter DM "f UM lurry broke both his .leg* and nad .,i u. Colonial Hospital for treatment. Ovcrwcr William. s.>i>l that lie %  %  'toward* tskt l % %  precipice (but he go: n. rap|j when h atuMMd tn the drtw Horn he knew i I out ol that lorry .->it piUnfod >-i iba He was temporarily unconscious When ha M-ivri.1 vriUlaaaa saw other pussengci* strewn OVW the hUlatda At the bottom afl Hie i .< iig I.I. tba n. magvd Co it. /'ri. OFF TO OTTAWA %  ndani i-uin >r si'AiN Tnnul.i'i I %  Mr. Arthur A. Stum field, ha: TTinidud. of flour mini I*I:T OK SPAIN. %  it of a %  ba Mi Tuba! I : %  -h i Wondford Square, the Exec.UIT W to Ottawa on official Committee of th* inmdad Labour mvnl b : to be in connection with new i IN A ONE-STOREY buildiny of stone and concrete all P thai they have dlsHc wl %  l " vi6lt M ; Warrens. St. Michael, thousands of "smokes" are made, but owd ' any coalition 1 f ^! 1 '"' '" there is little chance of fire. The building is the manufaci w,!h "'• ,tm: r l ar1 >' ll wa '-£" "5. luring plant where the British American Tobacco Co. make, 1 j^^^-^t^JSi ffl ** Trumpeter and Clipper cigarettes, and is so constructed; rorn £V fai^"astK"*S as to be almost tire proof. I Trinidad Labour Party. Tbi added that, the Labour Party cooperate with ny person or organisation to carryout Its programme, and would support any other ma aau rei beneflclnl to the people of this country Apart from the stone and.froi concrete, 'he window's are of steel and so Is the roof, and the ston rooms are tttted with double steel doors Tinp],,„t employ* HO odd people of both sexes, and boosts modern equipment and up-to-date staff tact] !' %  • %  > The tobacco from which these much smoked brands of cigarettes are made is imported Son Cannda in the form of cured leaves. These are stored at the plant unUl their t;me comes for going inte the itaam wwwtapnlng unit foi soften me They are stemmed, ana the stems arc separated from tne pure leaf. The stems are then rolled out between n...vy lull.-rs and are next passed through the cutter, the drier and the coolei Stronger Mixture From this process they emerge like the tobacco used In the cigarette, but the mixture Is much stronger; so ll )S mixed with tha pure leaf again and put back through tho cutter, drier and cooler, the resultant mixture being the stuff ready for rolling Into smoking form. The mixture is fed into the rolling machines, and the latter spray it on to a conveyor cigarette paper. The paper first passes through a printing socti >n of the machine which stamps the name of the brand or manufacturers. The paper is folded around the tobacco, gummed from a revolving wheel, dried through u hot chamber and sent on in the form Of H continuous tobacco-pocked tube. The tube passes into a cutting unit from which the finished cig.i.' dropped on to a trough. An operator collects them, and places them in longitudinal boxes The cigarattOI are next put into there are packed by hand: ^"M K^read by the Mollns Packer Packing The magazine of the packer i* charged with cigarettes which it drops in tens on to a convey i | belt. These are wrapped in the foiling section and placed in the slide and shell, completing the package in one continuous proves 1 Dd of the run any defective package is ejected automatically About twenty dexterous girls supplement the automatic packing work, and with their hands turn out hand-packed specimens that are almost indistinguishable front those packed by the machine On the plant is a well-stocked cafeteria tn which tha staff cat: get quickly prepared meals. Each member of the staff is provided with a locker where he or she can keep clothes, and there are hath rooms. The grounds are well kept and look attractive with closely kept lawns, flowering shrubs and trees, p li;i i a.-uarinas and mahogany steam chamber for drying out and premises. THIEVES RAID SERVICE STATION POH1-OF-SPA1N. Reports of robberies stilt continue in reach the police. Last night thieves raided a Port-ofSpaln business service station. An outboard engine, two batti alarm clock and a quantity of sumps, were stolen. Articles amounting to $483 was stolen from the firm of Y. De Lima and Company, merchants c Frederick Street. Port-of-Spaln. A car valued at $1,400 was stolen from opposite the owner' The Weather TODAY san I;.. • iam. s,in Iota: :• 11 am. Moon I %  --, ii:ur. i (i i. bei 4 Luthtlni: 6 00 p.m. High Water: S At a.m. $.19 pm. YESTERDAY Rainfall Kodrlmton) nil. Total for month la Yrstrrd>v: : \H ins Temperature (Maxt H6.5 • rrmperature iMln) 72.5 -E. Wind Direction 19 am.) E. (1 p.m I E. 8. E Wind Velocity 6 miles per hour Kar.meter (9 a.m.) if M* (S pjn.) Zi.914 KEATINGS KILLS fa DD.T. t "ge. medium 'i I %  ,,n ,,. Tm \ LckuM Nraton I Annivrrsarv Sfnirr I Conrad • %  •• in* pt.i* i ma > II„ |V NO. s Violence Forecast In | Brazil Elections CamponsW thcti T< AnnlvMw' Owvk* m • iw — gundav lit Ocloton !•>" ... Meebsnki ll-ll na Hi"" %  UHI Onrtunmtii| ajo 11 %  iturp M*il*r. M Klnurm 'GRAND PRIX' is waterproof This canndpc is, now back !o prc-w.n llc\-kynvh %  .i.uui.ir.l. and is completely watcrprool*. Supplied in IfJMafjVI I Icntths with I iV oz. standard, or 1| og. medium heavy load, and in other fJK U f M ll is (he beat general parpen cartrtdfjc ohUtnahlc an>ul< YOUf aminuiHtn'i -inbulor will he pleased 10 fdvC \'ii dct.nlof 'Grand Prut' and other cartridges in ihc 1 lev k\ IKVII range. ELEY-KYNOCH SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES 'GRAND EftlX -'ALPHAMAX'-MAXIMUM '-'CASTIGHr* iMHKIU tllt-\l|(AI INIH MKIi.S I ll>.. IOMKIN MHM TO MAI aatHOt COT*. %  UtHt ANO KSAtCHIl raluahlr Jntisiog ipm i tflltVIS INHCT till) HICK1Y HIAT ANO tlMPH SKIN IHITATKJNS Irinitaiaa t tifnSii i*i KIan C."' WASH OW COtM .in wan ..I nrraan trK iw.i Fta %  OUAlrM TOUt IMATH R• I I III I IMI.M. tndfttMx korpi auu miofi rei. fteth breath BiWHh .sl.f ot non-WSMAK LISTERINE d&ZyoTii? !***-*.*yv**'.**-**--*' Hll • „., Ankrd U> atlvnil 2* A J. M llymrt Bo"k. wi iMd. BUENOS AIRES. Sept. 2ti. Semi-official newspaper Demoeraeto in a front page editonol said that with the approach of Ilia Brazilian QfflMral Klcctions. a climate of violence is being provoked "with at least apparent I v two precise objects: "to postpono %  or else distort result* through direct fraud and pressure". After adding that "the illegitimate origin <>f powt-r has been a chnrocteristic vice of Incipient democracy in Lalrn America," DtnltoCTfJCia warned of "the gravity of any attempt de-di.l in pacpSK" Ulte or prolong in Brazil I stat>ot* affairs which ll not supported by the people. One is English, one American yet their Beauty Care is the same \ Christian Science > i Heading Kooin I < lf.T I '•'>!(. BtlWUI A fMNS I iBroad Hif^U V T(ourt: 10 a.m.—2 p.m. h Tuesdays, Wedneadnya, f • rrldayf. ( %  10 a.m.—11 o'clock %  Saturdays. a. %  St thl. Hoom lb* rihlc -Td I Uw Chrlaiian Krlrm I..I Inok. J Q.B.B. BUTTER CONCENTRATE IS NOW ON SALE HERE! Acclaimed througnout the world aa tiie linear Waking medium Cakes and Pastries, keep longer— stay fresher taste better when made with BUTIHR CONCENTRATE SO EASY TO M.\KE INTO TABLE BUTTER—JUST ADD WATER OM MILK. Complete direction! ore f HH BM I on tinQ.B.B Butter ConceRtrote RICHER then BUTTES aniTiui n/iirinnim I/SIMVI TO BRITISH WiSTIHDIAH AIHWAYS TOBAGO Kiiunil-Trlp $57.60 I REQIIKM SKRVK'F. VIA TKINIDAD TRINIDAD $57.60 SEH V|C ^ M ^XBAZ S LADV UAVUMEH '(XIPI.R. / Etuthih ftjrrfv U.1MVH, aa W as ti %  ' iPii-a*-i twmpUx** *o A-fcf"/' < amply •.-mttrfij I rW' Crrm*. *-1* *-' f— •** lempUxtc*: K tarf> MMTAM. 7 . Pomf< CM r-^a-i frnr iUamtmt aW Pfmdt l',im•** l" prMra m\ imm" E NGtl-ll OB AMRaiCAN — V.i I\ women uac the ssggaj braui\ OUT Pond's, ami ii i. thanks (u ftnd*l • %  c %  their romnlcxmm Vcrji n I %  %  Why not let Pond'i keep youI ErtWf B%hs, bafcre yo an to bed i atan thoroughly of dirt and aiak make-up iviih .l.-linhilui Pond'i <^4dCream. Then % %  rinse" with mop Cold Cream forextnw h In il.. saonaiBg, Ix-forr putting on y.mr make-iap, smooth in a thin film of Pond's \ I an ideal powder base beff ai— >' holdi powder mall for hours. Ii prole, i. the .kin, too. IV food*! beaut) CBN irirularly ami in a short rcr, softer, ajjajootbei It "ill fJjkoaM uith sjew ndiai lovdineaa. Pond\ ' >' %  buy, A i inen on ol the X'lanlir. You can bu> Pond's at all the best beauty counters. Sear*" POND'S nMMlll s VANDiRBIIT. Jr., ...... .,.,, \. ,...',,,, %  •;. if '"' —• %  Mn.rv fiaa ..' %  / %  > !" uom'l fit H—f (*-. mly 4l mwl imaMh amd Htm aai*i *P i *" mtrnj item of catW' i Iht t*\**' No. 6 MARH1LL ST. BRIDGETOWN (Famous all over the "Globe") Authentic Chinese Chefs—Delicious Foods of Ihe Orient DIAL 4692 FOR PARTICULARS After 7 p.m. Patrons are requested to don their Coats BWIA BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS Lower Brood Street -:Phone 4585 Bridgetown •sst-iss.'ss,'.'.',','*'.;',;'.;:;',; *,-,-,',*,v..O >//.V,^^V//AV I // < C'/,'//I> //.V.V.V 0 •*>OOCCt*tv<*W^.x^



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• PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SHIM S I Oil llll IMI1S On then l-t official outing In Ei (land the Weet Indies Crick*! T*m viMted the British Bain Shoe Factory at Earn Ttlbnir After nv.>cctiag Urn fauna plant they ware glvan prr-enta of shoe*, among*! which ws* a pair of the new Spoi nte boot which hH been developed for liae on hard ground Mr. J M Kidney doe a little rfaacklnc Harbour Log In CarlisU Bay Bcb .Lucille M Smiin, S. h I 0 Set> OlortHenrietta. Srh W I. | Bainlcln. Seh Loch.nvar S 8rh ll.r-t.~*h fti.im'iiil C Ouru..-. 8cli Cml C Smith. 8rh tlta W*ml. I Srh Enl*rpri*r. Hi Kiiiinald VVallst' itch F—urn. Bel. S. h Mi> N J"-M V T B EMM SS M.V FVar AKKIY.MJI Tanker Matin* IM tort*, net!, Opt W Vaivdrr Wafti. from Grenad%  1 ll.i*n. .aat tooa, nett. CSS* 1 af B-.iBid.. Hum Trinidad 8 8 Tin. 4.3H tone, net*, cap* H Wolalad. from Nrw Oilci.ru B.8 Carimnrc. 3.JI4 tone. Belt. CjW C VoiMn. tram La pal lie* :>i-AKTiniav S S Helen* tae TrUUdad, M V Hid.. for Moniaerrat. 8 8 Facto* M IraMiad In Touch With Barbados Coastal SUtion CABLE WIHnjW .Want BMHeel Ltd >dvia* that tn*y con now cwnirouit Irate with the loikioina aMna BSmtStl tr.m Barbado. Coat* S|l S s I -!.. H S ok .*•!. S 8 Kuico'11.11*. <* H. Nlcetevi. Mdn, 8 8. II" Dai* HS Uric-. 8 8 Sovae. Sal Uruffu-y. 8ft Pactc*. SB. Sueew TraOrr, 8 S lli. t i„i %  HtaeH. Hawelto. •> f STATISTICS INDIES (By l hiSport* Editor) %  ii(i Ihr Wesl IndMl MMl tht bov. I. ng diid butting averaB.es for Fir>l Clan matches of the West Indie* WJ ft I tha HTM sixteen players n Enghfh Find Class Couatji Cricket I M.I IN I) BATTING i OF WEST TEAM O M. H W A j M W..M.I1 UH 1 ITU TQ MS*.** i. B Oomn Ml 811 1.481 tt ft*, II Will....n. MIS S |M 11 It 'i i ,u %  .., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ML !*>* %  II K. M-r-,,,11 Alan boAl.d: -K M | Ml m i IMS Treitij.ll. —iv .. ii — a ja—a ; i t0 41—1: J n Stollmeye %  NgHafe Player-, BATTINO mi %  :* %  Prr, Lolde AFBKU. 8 > Nyholm. 8 8 WoldHuthi 1IIII. It 8 Oiunjmad. S 8 lL.nc-; M Niduiilal. 8 8 Alcoa Cl Mpurt, S 8 TeUcomu. 8 8 Jumaaa. .t Bonalr*. S 8 Michael. 8 IU: II S.8. Ban B*UiU**an. 8.8 Foil Klcfca|..n.. S 8 Pont lvaque. s tt Aomin 8M I.. Seawell ARRIVALS By R.W1 A L. Pram ST LVC1A Mildred Benjamin From BRITISH t.llANA P Kuan. A Rfari. 1 Held. M Kaan V. DtnallT. H Btfhle. N StrKle. G| atehle. N Pill, T atlftllh. It firlftltl J. Bobb. J. McCulloch. N McCullOcr S MtCulkah, B ParkmeMi rrom MARTIN iQrr Una Skaatr. ElUe Jone* Iiitrmi|Manan. M Halle. IX>n laa Yaarwood. Mavli Yeoruood rrom ST K1TTS Samuel Mllraiii. William Walw.u Bfarjorl* W a l. cah Scrmpp. luni, Hchunp. Elim Acodn. Maria Acn Vincent* Arm*-. Cainerahda Arm. Carman Parrvo. Ainerlco Pteno. David Ochoo. Aura Ochoa. ErnrMo V*rt m Victoria Paria. Robert Gabrl*!. Mor* Gabriel DCPARTUIIRS By D W fur IKlMtNlC-A Dipt.ne Ag.ir. Beth Honey For LA UUA1RA Lun llulal. Alice Hulil. Marie Hul/I Phllllpc II"". iMibrl Il.iui. AUIa Hulxl. Carmen Harr-lo. Maria Carbonell Maria Carhoi.i-ll Jr.. OaneM-VB Dnnnrlun. Mabel MrGlbbon. MUBOUtbon. Ceiitto MpGlbbon • aRENADA I II a Ih>aaait W l< BsUna Not Out Had iII Hi., and IS; Dolieiy H an I II. D J lllMll*. -I .: -,,. HHl 11 and I D I 8happard ,nd SS. Wa..llr 13and 11. WrWIit %  ii ,i. n. *J ._ playe.1 lor raifllai.il WaUilirunk 111, lit at Lnrdi' Suiuiiali-in Kvana 111; ISt i chaator llutton III; M not he Oval BOVrLINU O. M II Berry las S 47 Kin Kolllee II* M MS l|*>'>#r i A V ml 3Tt T k Bulky 47 3 IS 111 W %  i, ,i Tom SAM ShelU Maaley. Llo For nRITISlI OUtANA: laBonora Hamilton, Rybii Ham font Penelope Howard. Iluffh Howard, Kialre Howard. PaSrlSlB lluward. Ma Cameron. Huah Camrrni I Cameron, Thel.na Byn llw.rd. Karvi D o HHi Willie I) .... Jorrc. William.. Oar'ar Wllliani! Pllari", Joteoh Hobeiln Frank Na^monto. Gilbert Yvonrt Fbr TRINIDAD Carmen Wilkli.ion, Jn.cpt, OldlCalend-r Lit]* Ihitlor B€*ynnni. AJynthU Lovall r. Belt. THnmpeofi. D*vU| OlUe.. I*wil OrOBetie William MarUn. William Wlnaftoti. Arrner 1*1 John. Da a iii'iii MAIL NOTICES BsSSSS • %  ami Ortober bcinc a puti.n huiidai an inaMi unially aloaed on Monday* will i.e -tc-pt.I at the General Poat ChTn. up to 1.' M p.m. on Saturday Mth Inat Hea-Ut'-ied mall .1—. an hour l*fore ordinary mall Math for Trinidad M % %  II MaAa wlU be cloecd el the Oenrrai Poet OmcDK undor Parcel Hall, R**-niterrd %  t I. t-.i|iluii II I 7 t II O Laker SI --* %  i lelon. S—8-tJO 1. It T II %  I w ,idle 47 16 '..i .in WEST INDIES HATTlNfi 'i,.,. i M Won-ll V RIIIII StOll.lMY,, I. WahMIt II II S A. i OS BU : %  < I I .171 IM u; %  Y..ik. II T. llmoaui. I G. Dawn H.i i ton M ii Hofmcyr ook HardalaJT iiiookea Oi l-ivlnceton iD i U..rdner I Paiahoua* i | Ban i %  i %  %  r %  1.MS M.T St SI 3 431 111 B 1.IM LOSS i a.; Q i .linn |u wlckete I.WS.S SSO 1^44 ISC 77 3 II in lb I I XI 74 II II Inbi.aaii S 0 1 Ha mad 111 i> ft S \ L Valentine S • I* E Jono* 1 o %  N„i urn The r.,II..win, ihree-niuie M.I l.n Wm Indieii 1 not out al lord i lit at Nottliulham liliWMM. II H. Johnaon 81 J IJ 141 .1 47 31 *4 1 til SO I 100 Kirsi Class Crickel WEST INDIES BATTING M W.irrrll i eVaicotl J Chriatlaiu i.) i. M.I,,. l,.l-. • %  IS I !--, fa r SI Ti" ...i M t> G.id.i....i ; n J.."..M, l % %  Hamad rim I \ Ml .1 1.7TJ I.S14 "l i.nat 1 1 117 ISM ISS4 too MS IS4 ISS 4 a) n M To-day's Crickel Tlu(uiirlli round of rusi DIVIlon and Inlertncdluie rinkft t ames will continue at the vi HI cricket grounds today Ham i rayantod cricket from being plaw By Jimmy Hado OUR COtOKACT EXPll?ES ll TEN DAYS %  BUT PONT TELL 'EM TUATTELL 'EM WE K2EP A NEW /~7^WHV uasN TUBE Ri6TAy-.THC // MM ebrK PICTURE WE 6ET IS ALL ) ( TUE TE.EV,'"0N CMR TIM Police Band, by kind U*Tatl Wa n el Csa. B T MWhrlio. Commiailoner of Police, undor Capt. C B RalMii A 8 C M will be in attendance from 4—ft For V better \ JF^ qualityT* very MasW with rich fnir I ..ba.ru. Il.ri. ar inp etri Ilritre ]iriiii!cB,I nun i, itmre In Muukin;> ciijovnient. T*# largtit.,tllimg CorkJ ,pp r J Cgartllr im Iht World IMIMlllli:0 FROM KIMMIN. KUMMi II*. IO-M4.III Hop* you have rvmerBbered and -re all -et for tne DANCE at tks — 1 CHILDEEK'g OOODW1LL LEAOUE ADM1BSION —:— 2/I Muuc by Mi Percy Orean and till Orchostra. You'll hare Ihe best of ; ercrythtiio. so be at the Shed Bponiors: Mr. 4 Mis EDWARD BARROW VWW/MVAV,, DANCE — at — THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLl'B 'Local A Vliltini Mamber. Onlyl SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER -"Hi. %  .,,„, Music b> THE HOT SHOTS ALL STAR QUINTETTE Featuring ROD CLAVERY, Vocalist, and LEARR1B ATWIXL on Electrical Amplified GUITAR, playing | latest RHUMBAS. SAMBAS, BOLEROS & SPANISH WALTZES Atlmlaalon i<> Ballroosa %/LUX TOILET SOAP YtHi can l>c as lovely as ihr him .rs yim admirr. The l.uhcr ol pure white Lux T.iilri Soap ill bring MB lh>Miami Inrauty ol your CDoi pfa tion, and leave your *km Catar RIMI smooth. All you have io do i* wash in wafw wji.i uiih ihr iivamy lather g" Lux loUei Soap, thru splash with Cold. Nrw loveliness will (r yours! THE FRAGRANT WHITE. SOAf OF THE FILM STARS -LT ?!• 1*1 e Saturday, October 14, 19S0 AN ENTERTAINMENT Under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Savage will be held ut the DRILL HALL by kind permission of The Adjutant, Barbados Retime nt tram 5.00 p. in. to v.oop „, In aid of the Glrli' Friendly Society "THE SUN GOES DOWN' i-y E1XANOR MT/i.f.HAl :Nina MlCHnW. Will.-"i LAMB3CRT. June KNtGHl. Herbert I IIU-SMAk. Jean FJKilllM., Mm WW* AMI HAI.VN, Mich-el LYMCJ1 Piano Interlude FttJWS "OPEN HOUSE" Shon.. Cart %  I,.I.I„V Qafalsi ; GENTS! X wi: oFrip. you WOOLLENS! In a variety of QUALITIES! e PINSTRIPED UTBEK TWEEDS OREY k CREAM FLANNELS TROPICALS Etc. Etc Btc PRICES RANOINO FROM $2.00 to $7.98 JTJ8T TRY U8. 1 THANI'S 0> FT. Was. Hoy 81. Dili 3464 Specials ',hwBaby Bibs in various designs and shades ea 80c. & $1.44 Baby Khus Khus Hangers ea, $1.08 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 ft 13 BROAD STREET MW STOCK OF %  ; BYMIN AMARA IIALIBOKANUK j; 1.11)1 111 I'ARAFFIN SYRUP OS FIGS aaS 9 RUSKS—Baby's Firsl Solid Food | Also .i variety of CIGABS COLLINS DRUG YMNU S %  x io ooooe fti f i ee*e ..% %  a onn nnu i j oo mu i S IIII.XIIOX Just Received PICTURES Of I W. I. CRICKET TEAM IN ENGLAND See Our .ShttuVammu The British Shoe Co., Ltd SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD. '-***^*e*^.'a',V rV>V*VC*V\ RED IIAMI %  • AIMS The Sign of QUALITY FOR ALL PURPOSES "MATINTO" FLAT PAINT White. Cream and Green For Interior Decoration of Walls and Woodwork. "S" ENAMEL iTNISH PAINT White and Craasa TROPICAL WHITE PAINT Will not dbtcolDDr with age II KM VM M GREEN PAINT For Exterior and Intorkar Use. EED ROOF r VIM For Oalv. Iron ae Rkuaglea PAINT REMOVER Fur the eaa> irmm.1 of old saint. 42*7. 4456 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. •W I W/aV^V////-W>


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SATl'RDAV. SF.ITT.MBF.R m% IV.ii BARBADOS ADVOCATK PAGF FIVE 2J Yean Of Tinsniilliing A Profitable Business HB has been at .he siime trade for 21 years and thnk i-an> on (br i m-*i i %  :. j-i hi* ha-, been i-roMHiablc* livelihood out of ii This is tinstnllh and plumbe. U A. Straker of the Ivy. H. workshop is In Tweedside Hoad The moat proiiubl. his business was during the *ear. of the test war, Mr Straker tokl the Advocate yesterday. It <**.• then that certain essential household necessities were in shor; supply and his shop was besieged by orders from embarrassed housewives for these things. "In those days I was kept on my toes and often found H difficult to fulfil all my orders," he said. As the war ended and the articles gradually made their re,>ppearann' from overseas, Mr. Straker's trade dropped to normal. He regarded this as inevitable, however, and therefore was not (juglu napping. The selling of bread, wood and coals and the like forms part of his dally activities at the shop, and this he said, helps to balance his budget when conditions are unfavourable. His work includes the repairing of stoves of all kinds, the repairing and making of kitchen and other household articles, measures, etc Sometimes his plumbing wort takes him away from the shop for some days. Mr. Straker who is 41 years wltn a family of four, is very optimistic about the future. "I have always made a reasonable living out of my work." he said, "and I have every reason to believe that I will rontlnue to do so." Wahitiifution Rvsultt* Hit i • of the Matriculation 11 of the University • UMdon; held m June. 1950, are as follows: — Th J. N. Harrtman and Co., Ltd., on the construction of the new runwuv was killed by a caterpillar tractor. The tractor was driven by George Durieux, a native of Trinidad who is also working on the construction of the new runway. Bynoe's body was taken to the Christ Church Almshouse mortuary where u post mortem aaj held later In the day. It Is understood that he was squeezed between a pile of stones and the draw bar of the tractor. Private i Mtidiaalcs t ii "in,-. I i ThS solsOWlM candidates pass** .n Hie Second Division — K.HII.MIOS I vinin K InstitUt I MiNO Davis. II. M. Drake. G O Forde, Miss 1. E. Han • ..n.! Miss E I Maffll Modern High Schaol S I. Archer. F I. R Franc. E L Watkins. Miss M > Williams and C. H. Worrell Private (.'and id a ten C. R. Johnson, K H Pelle. R A. Sealy and V II Sealy Part B Mrs E. E Mllllngti.il a Private *" %  I I iti p.ivM'd 1'JI; |V ..lid -i. ('• m pic ted her matriculation Passed in One. Subject On) The following candidates eat* passed in one subject and so com piOtOd II i.di iml.itIon exemptio lynlHrfttufi — Harhados Kxeninu Intitu1 S L T.i> oi Private Candidates F Ii M Hall. C 1-lt Jnrcia' C C Muira>. and Miss A. < Sealy ATTACKED FROM EVERY ANGLE with con period. There is no canteen at the school and "Ice craaxa Jobs!' hen the born buy John work, -wiftly to wrve the Harrison College Mrhool boy. at Innch tneit lunch, they it In all odd place* to eat it. Wills Admill.d To Probate IN THE Court of Ordinary yesterday His Honour the Chin/ Judge granted three petitions for Letters of Administration and admitted five wills to probate. The petitions were those of Charles Henry Perc y Jordan foi Letters of Administration to the estate of Charles Neville DeCourcey Jordan lato of St Peter the petition of Beatrice Lucas tot letters of Administration to tile estate of her lato husband Thomas Cooper Lucas late of Enterprise, Christ Church, and the petition of Claretta Albcrtha Coppin fir] Letters of Administration to the estate of Rosalie Davis late of Kirtons, St. Philip. The Wills admitted to probate were those of Ellen Catherine Mclvln, Richmond Estwick and Cleophas Adolphus Forde, Scott, ctt) Is its captain. He told the Advo| ease yesterday thai the Ungai.e, iv the Dm of Its kind in tl and it Is hoped to have it afolinted with the Boys' Brigade organise-, lion in England. Twent.% boys were vnrolleu Thursday night. SIRINS HEARD AFAR 6FF Official reporU, reaching th Colonial Secretary's Oflice. of the Siren practice at 8 p.m. on Monday show that the sirens situated at the undermentioned places could be heard as follow* Central Police Station: CatTtDJI ton Village. Bay Street. Weslburv Road. Fontabelle. The Garden Land. Bank Hall and MnrtlndnleY Road Warthirurs Nisi P*t: Rock ley. OayreH's Road. SI Lawrence Coast. Worthing View. Graham Hall' Oislri.l B" I'oHre Station: St George's Rectory. Baiinantvne snd Walts Village lii-iM.i ';" l-ollre Mm ... GibbV, Ashton Hall. Lower Mile and a Quarter, Six Men's. Speightstown FLYING FISH NEXT MONTH HapM days will soon be hvrei again for housewives. The tlyn bah s eason will begin late osjst ii until and will do Its part In relieving the meat shortage The ilshing fleet is now being overhauled, but the work is beln^ hampered due to the scarcity ol \ pCOpar material .mil high pi in> uf article* On the Keef grounds can be seen nrlpwrlghts at work on several of the boats which had been hauled up after th !" last season. %  f the fishermen are • O upied m the h %  _-liI>.-t ,. while olherx are engagela the hooking of snappers and breams, but the majority are unI employed and just waiting for the season to begin Every sweet is more delicious with • BIRD'S CUSTARD injured In .Widen! HTZCERAL") BROWN !U>> woods, St. Pter, and Vaahtin.. KlrtOD of Peterkin's I^ind. Uppc. Koeliuck Street. were Injure' when Kiev Wvanir involved in ai BCCMOM %  >!! Whitepark Road on Baptanbat 28 The> were treatat the General Hospital un>' discharged. At the time of the iMftOfaV Hi Van Sras riding his bicycle aUmj •Je road. It struck Klrtiai and both Brown and she fell. The ironi fork of the bicycle was danu FOOTBALL NOTICE Si.'tclaries of Clubs afllllated t>> the Harl-ds Aiua„ leur Football Assuclatlo.i arc ashed til cuitact the Honorary Socretary, Mr. O. S. Coppin at the Barbados Advocate or at "Windsor Villa". Bay Sl for copk-s uf an Insurance scheme for footballers which it is hoped will iput into operation for the ID5I season if ap|.| Vf.l Club S. Oratarlfi are also reniinditl that nil dues in rssoeet of the 1B.v football • cason should have already been paid but niusl now be paid at once or the club will Indisqualified fi.nr* galnlnt: altlliatloii next One of th* boys of the Bay Street Boys' Club (left) sell, one of the tickets for the drawing of a car in aid of Uf Barbados Boys' Clubs. affffff. II //or *r* tiff •* Sf99 ltiiiff\ 1.tfiil<-st "RIDING HIGH" v %  v.v.^^^^^ % % %  .^^ %  .v I 1 I It I \ A CHOWS For Poultry and lArvntork "SEE THE DIFFERENCE PURINA MAKES" Decision Reversed CASE DISMISSED A DECISION of Mr. C. L. Wsluyii. Police Magistrate, was yesterday reversed by Judge J. W. B Chenery and Judge H. A Vauglian aMSk la JULI furn(t* i.| buaag eaauTf, AM %  ppesrsB.* sad unnisUc.! MreafUi The Votiri leadlmg eaartty aicyskt SjSSjsj uaw sjsj] %  HUMBER ThArtmlorral of oil IU,,,U, To make sure of uneuuallcd "a ircamincss, smoothm icriain your CUstSgd t* Hird' to as long as sou . or your I •ememher the name Bird's has been an assurance of unsar>mg qualii. So .hen sasj al SlrrrU. Jamaica Minister To Study Rice In B.C. Our Ovi CerrripmSTiii' KINGSTON. Sept 29 Jamaica Minister of Agriculture. Hon. I W A Uarrant. will leave Jamaica -n November 8 foi British Guiona to study the rlc? industry in that colony during two weeks' visit. He will be th.' guest of the British Guian:. Government Air Travellers must go LIGHT And ere ure l!ie but;* that will keep you licht und make >ou luvhiouable In HI ractive 1 rlan Colours tvith Zip raMrners. Prices from $12.00 to $24.00 And for all Purposes GLOBE TROTTER SUIT CASES A fresh slock of these very strong Case* which ran stand a pressure of well over half a Ion. Slse 2H' ;.:;,$38.36 CAVE SHEPHERD Co., Lm. 10, 11. 12, & 13 Broad Street %  i



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Saturday Sralt-mbrr :tll I !.-. O Batrbai&ns ^ftuwcate Prlcai nvi: rim %  ur .-i .' REDS FLEE FROM SOUTH KOREA — TWO HOLIDAYS NEXT WEEK One For Cricketers THERE will be two holidays next week, the usual first Monday in October and Tuesday (October 3). The West Indies Cricketers are due to arrive on Tuesday and the Governor in Executive Committee have decided that the day of their arrival in Barbados be a Public Holiday. The Barbados Cricket Association received a cable dy from Captain Roberts of the S.S Matinu accepting an invitaflon to a welcome luncheon to the learn at the Marine %  Hotel and informing the Association that the Matinu will arrive in Barbados at 10 a.m. on October 'A. Bevin Favours Crossing The Border NEW YORK. Sept 28, British Foreign Minuter Ernest Bevin Mid here today he favoured United Nation, forces i„ Korea croaln the 31th parallel. He was leaving by the "Queen Elizabeth" after attending the Foreign Ministers Conference here and the United Nations Assembly at flushing Meadows 'If you proceed to deal with Korea as Korea and if you want a United and Free Korea the 38th parallel almost automaUcally disappears" he told newsmen. Bevin said: "The more frontiers 1 you get rid of the better it is. "There should be no artificial B trpetratlon of a division between orth Koreans and South Koreans. They are all Koreans". Bevin said that he could not comment on the Foreign Ministersmeetings l>ecause they were secret. "But," he conceded, "a foundation has been laid for development of the defences of the Atlantic community. Patience Is necessary, for that development will not be a spectacular or headline job," The team, will Committee who will meet Ihem on arrival in por | them aahori the Chamberlain I conducted through a tineri by ctieftwa D be erected in ii Memorial MiBKC*U> %  !.., %  .-, present at the West Indies crick. %  to present the address of to Captain John Coddartl. His F.xceilencv will al the Luncheon to lie held ;it the Marine Hotel In honour of the i rtckattn U.N. Troops Push On Towards 38th Parallel Congress Pays Homage To i San Martin Smashed By Englishman > ffOfl A IKES, Sept if rhc Argentine Congreaa stood ir U rmmtiffrto uWaml Sail Martin ljun night following the t the IngUsh Mutter* O llajga the lasgU HuUh nlsgsN II a*hed ih %  National hero. nieiit. which led to da D take control of ih rough a decree of forma dervention. also called foil) :ts ol "vmdi. | ni-offlcia %  %  units T'dad Will Have "Family Quiz" For Cost Of Living Survey PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 29. Trinidad's statistim) department plan conducting a 'family quiz", as part of the cost ol living survey durlag the second week of October, according to J. 11. Steer. Motistician. The survey i-Jifcied, out by 79 interviewers" at the 200 polling stations set up for the laW general I iii:iu. BOACSlarts New Carib Service LONDON. Sepi M A new B.O.A.C. service from London via the Caribbean to Santiago. Chile begins on TuesWtfl be m.ide twice weakly with calls at Bermuda, X taagu and Kingston. Ill occupy %  will be operated with Cunstellal.O'i Aircraft. With the b lion f this service the York rf present operating bei 'iago and Nassau where they connect with the existing B.O.A.C. Central Atlantic Conb nation larvlcea win be ertthTwo othci .u.kh H <> A.C A ,.. .. . ibsjgn Area I I "["'rating from London to %  other from LonI don 10 .laniaic.i I the Axon rid Naaaau it on tv tbu> *< % %  BOAC %  .. I bean hoping to start anothei new direct London-Tnnidad link before the end of the year. I understand that difflcurtK %  hsrag now ansen how.-.. Ii extremely unlikely that this -ervlce will commci:. before 1951 U.S. Want To Strengthen World Agreement With Soviet Union Hoped For WASHINGTON. Sept 29 PRESIDENT TRUMAN lluuugli Ins Slat,1 >.-,>.., 1,,,,-ni to-day declared that the cardinal policy of the United in 1950 was to help treale ittuatdona i„,-,,i„„i %  I ia>ul>u ^— — 1—i. Case October l) 'Iflhl'l' 1*1 %  "' -" l'ie nd clear stu '""' r ' f %  after ,n : Oswald Hn,,.' . "? P 'T;... .. NASSAU, IMm Chief Justice O.. will hear .i pwtlon on iictouc. ._ lor the liquidation of the debt ridden resort holdings of Bill Builui, former Canadian residen ho foundesl a vacation vlllaghere. The announcement came two lays afic the liquidation oi-de. v.s applx-l tbl I. v Shipyard*, credit..r to Lh< J4.760 Totnl claims (tied against liutIn'i Ltd amount to $|J0< i ictlona a| III %  ... iring In I ot'ii.,], lajg %  pany could not raise 2 340.OOO in ( liquids —c r U.S. Ship Hits Mint-; Nine Kilhd WASHINGTON. Sept. 2. The Amci t an Nav) i an l..' that Us destroyer "Brush" hi. i floating mine In the sea of Japan HI Wednesday killing nine man and Injuring 10. Five others ar simple and clear .statement our reaovrom>nt President Truman himself wrote the foreword to the pubUoatlon, making it clear that it was preparett at his diteetion The essence f the lliiiti^t Stalefotcigli policy wai dcto lemain a free and i dent nation and to help other iKMples lo achieve Indoptndenee and rnloy the fruits or freedom" Peaceful People in a statement outlining the Inciplea on which the foreign ,. %  lie) ot the Unlta 191 'rti 1 .kiln w ..... t0 get nil ol 1 vr havi 1 0 ithigl !.mil.oil ul living We waul to raise that standard no thai awyong 111 the ItatM will eventually have nee to earn a decent and %  1 a friendly people We haw no traditional enemies and "> %  >.nit to be on good terms with %  vm %  othci poopla Btraauni tha numbgi ona ngUej I Uni up sltualions o( strength in many parti of the 1 Stata Dapartaual said 'I'his po'n > 11.-. c.inv out thO Charter of the Toiled Nations so that the United N diim> organisation may serve as a iMiweiful bulwark for 1 i. detarronl to %  ggraasion it Invt.lw* action under the Charter to build up and pool the rieilitary %  -1 tlic t 'intei Btatl HI 1 fnt nations. 1 invotv i lion lo waM riee 1 itlotll tOgatboi i-ilihcally and %  !> % %  .. |op collective polh h Dgggg I involve: economic .itlion to -1 nations lo produce. 1 pr ospet so that Iheir %  iLgalM will se*in voluntary eof a better I iLit iheii.NelM .tntl then hUdren KmalU it involveoetion lo unot, the flow of ideas, and in%  rnsation t<> nsraplc and good] invigorata five sodetics. and to •• akw the l-netits of fnaodofn htai all peoplp on 1 11.ni Curtain — Kruler. iiorning um -. %  ugh ofncials ann %  •*-" % %  U-wlers will gather at the College '" ihe unvatUog of a new 'MISI Paron all bo n | Mirustc. of Bducatinn. Dr Wencv San.ta who last night ippOlnted lnsi*i-t.ii Aul tlrdawp'llela to lake control of lhi> In itileat f learning iih a view to its natation ol ma n,..,t u %  Utgaj ntashnl the bust at Iiii iginniMh, 01 this month was Edpaon rvho left Argentina -Ii lie ago aboard the n>. English rational' ai %  iphaMM 1 While t_ .ngicss was i. ii.l.i in, %  National CKK.U a s.ui M.iitin msM H km and ismicd a note opudiatuig the action of „,, in the strongest 'ornu Tho tupeonki Council oj nal Ban M-itun-n ingu la al %  > itsM .uni dfsn in irranaomanu |n Bunday'i ,,.,,. 1 the CollagS ,( I UK in the >eai of San Martin Ihe liberator the incident • loused the strongcsl passions I'olice in one Huenos Aues preinct have alrswdy taken up a %  ollection with a view to laying a •vraaU. on Ran Mailing tsjfst*. ,, Ino Calhedral Rruirr VAi.aU Sept. 29. JJOUTH KOREAN troop* may reajh the 38th parallel, the dividing line between North and South Korea "within 24 hours", their Intelligence Chief Brigadier Geneva! ILin* U a Bong skid today. American Army Omcuvs fchou&jhi get there "within 3 days". South Koreans who hold the line. Irom the east coast were last reported 45 miles from the border. They have recaptured Pvonpchanp; and Kaltamni 45 and 50 miles respectively from the border. U.N. Forces Will Unify KoiHHl -SYNGMAN RHFB i rif. these %  .vha*. New Members Kiected To Security Council KIA'SHIN.; MJUfcOl rWt i ... a ui wi VOCWd 'oemlie %  of the Unite,! B i nit) Counad llrazll replaces Cuba and Holland, rior Thai aril] lajig hi r se.ti ./il received ', trie first ballot In HiA tttUy voting, and Holland ceedlng the necessary 4fl votev Voting for Ihe third man %  to Ul the vacancy when Eopl's tarm expires on Deccml--r 31 went Into the third secret ballot Iwtween Turkey and Lebanon. In the first. Turkey received SI !-'>' %  'I -t'i. Sweden 20 V' men 2. Bolivia I and Burma 1 Rv I1IH MAI \kl\r \ %  .... \ %  i the Seuin K i %  left mi 1 %  K Rhc I Until! %  %  %  I | tUc| it ihi Natu i \ %  %  %  %  nag .i" I) %  til Mai I. h i %  i unit] v htefa ii tinhopa dream and un i i .. %  i u nl ever> iticai c Minn, %  an ol in.-., in.. iil crnMBB tfl now mi tu j ill .." %  -in -rulci Md live. ihe l'i.".i.|ent ..nitlnii.-.l He declared thai 'coinphn" vl-tory H ,i in .ight .IT.. I ...ll.c on tho Communbli '.. lurnndai Kciiier wliei 3ft th parallel but thej . % %  :v, Wllliani Parrotti K.-anw rorn with frontline u An \'. %  %  ii to whethet n 1 .ii ti a %  U| I oral % %  m are believed to h Korea .,.:. fOUght •eel!-planned delaying %  north American aid South Kor. luatdtng ill i hirugged ,;u 11 ..ii i,. i %  I, tit II,. I. \ If II %  f iiiim-i I ;.. I. %  I %  I II .!•!, :-. %  I I I %  ore tin %  %  .1 of t If', I id The American .'ih An Porte .. -•*•*>• ol. h a aa i iag u m i ed H-HH Kr-lllllr Go Slow Tartirs IIKKI.I N Sciil 2B S'.vi.t %  itnoi Ittai loaa* %  • %  %  urnad then go -low pow ^ .a. 11 road 11-Hit livlween Western V. ni.an> ann w. | he. Iin Early thm morning Soviet E000 hoiii.i augrdal at Martenborn. M border rheck|K>int on Ihe autoba.in. began 10 cheer. rneUCUtouel) lorry freii".' n.i Barln Officials of the Finn I. la.rdci rhoch point n( Helmatedl ra-portad i...i i.. Bjoan locia) inn vehicle -i-ic pllad t %  |i mltlng foi olaarone (>v Sonet lUgfdl 'A, ton tin pol Ueal \ ann baUavad thai tins new Soviet pin. pi n k pulley wax part of an attempt IB rat Industry Pair opening. >m Sundav (Renter.) Swedish Village Slides Into River MRS IAVAQI receive), a bouquet from OaWag Reetl i allended the Premiere of "Hamlet" at the Clone Theatre bul night. (Left to right) Mr. Msurlrr J.mes. Mba Reed. Mr. Savaur sad lib. aasaaaV—y Mr AWL Savage. STOCKHOLM. Sept. __ Women cooling b r e a k I a .~ screamed in terror today when their homes began to fall In tinlandslide which swept the whole village of 2.000 ; nille into a river More than 100 were miss*ng tonight, feared dragged Into the rival with crumbling masonry. • area ifnoaiu reported killed Thousands' of i Urn, tow ol c suhsoll soaked by rain carried w*.tli iin three tforgy bee) I BOO rallwav station anH ivontan houses. who scrambjed out z* their homes collapsed aboul then 1 %  ehil.iret. d "I grabbo vur-old s<*i and tried to run outside but the house was galloping madly ton afd .1 .topped with a jerk The front ..^'it in two and we walked out unh irt through a big crack." I Bink clerk's wife Julia Larshon HOUSES SWALLOWED UP had just flnis-hed cooking breakfaat when 'he heard the irash.ni' and tearing loose "1 thought tha. ihe end of the world had come The house began to swa plaster to fall from the roof". This afternoon onl) a gian' ragrnlng t. nyon in the mudSOO yards d< .-p and IS yard* acros.i.,..,,-. raaar Gothenburg was. But nearly a mile | %  by rubble that had onw been a village. Some house* fell apart, eome toppled on their xides and some poised drunken I, %  %  %  Piremen hacked thnnigr —the onlv part showing—to get the atationmtstraaa out Thousands of tons of clay closed nghl Uie river to all shipping tha rival was still rising anrt engineers thought they n U lo dynamite a passage for Rood ..I lo .ivert worse landalldaa g gas. letting water I ve wires. peg the mudplastered ruins an gftet i l-r* ti> I.. '. Up terrified childrm ran % % % %  etrfie ihev 'taught parent' .ailed out lo prevent ihetn faliinv: i-it* deep cracks in the mud More than 400 troops moved in '-. help police and llremen seenii for survivors while lookout* %  .•atched the rising river for fear ef new -lides Other teems rushed .p wattle dykes to try to check the feared racks around thg wrraekad bmid %  ts might open up and swallow A three mite line of pol ei Ml the area kep* thix %  ighi ., Eye-witnesses told nome fanta* 01 ,'.in .. Passengers on a bus whieh Jus' missed the big slide said: -We looked around and saw that football pilch which had been t by rains had been hftM up nigh and dry by sliding \ pg aengei oi, tram which aid "'be road suddenly %  aJtt n. two undei ihe nose of a cvcrlst He jumped off and escapt.1 before the BTfM away Then it bu.kle-i up Into the air." A goods train standing on the hiding dropped into the water wit The Hidingtwisted mass of rails forming crazv chasm 200 yards square. — 'Iteetr.N'w '"" %  .t.nii.l Mnv Toiir South Afriea JOHNANESBITRG. Sept 20 New Zealand la to be invited to lend a cricket team to tour South Africa and R h o d aana during the la**—M seaaoiL This wae decided at ., meeting ot tbn South afHggB Cricket rtnard of Contnl here to. ilai If the invitation Is accepted, tt will b.' the first time a Hew / % %  (land cricket leant has visited Rnuth Africa. %  n. % %  !..• All oi ganlred < iima i %  |gj | l.c Hi : 'avain Wvi on i lumbUng In In ,i One l)n i km aitai diwing inn It from the Nakloiiu 'i re aaj i and Unking up %  I %  %  iiifii. ..i in. i.(.toll '. UvtelOU (n. MI |he In. In | lo slop Its advaii.c and eooaoll' %  NorUi Korean U laal dad b) ihe divk fl on'i ihru i %  . %  tnettad wi.od and phrub \\ a the pi three day. \ IHMI lagged, half-atai. ad Worth Koraana have been rounded tip in th, pgal 48 hour. 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rxr.r. roi it BARBADOS r. .1 IIAIlltAIHIS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, MgTBM— .W. HM ADV'OGUTE I 1 • II* II..• -I H-4|i^> S;uur S Eveiiini* I "In. .iiion XIIK i ortofthepw „l ,-,i %  %  and ""'i"-'"" r i. i branch al ihi EvcninK Insiilo loom •tUnUon on tha work i f that InsUtutioa and ln%  "' 1,s aclivitu> The formntmn of the inslimto was the happy maun "f braaftni sogatha* %  a* lection "t Individuals qualified and wUUn| to serve the community in a capacity which must be of Uattng beiulH. A. U has been aptlv described "Some o( them working in scholarship and in fields not subject to the blaze of publicity, giva to the country in which tlw-'v work, benefits which may no! be recognised or appreciated until lon after they th.-mselves have quit the stage." The merit of the Institute is that contrary to popular estimate at the time of Its formation, it has not been content to follow the orthodox methods of educational institutions of the past. The fact that ,. .tificates in Needlccraft and Domestic Science have been awarded shows that the institute has fostered education in ita • M-nse. The training for scholastic attainment has not been overlooked; but ..lagemcnt to attain pioncieney in othe: Belda ot endeavour givea ita members an opportunity lo biend with that attainment solid practical worth. It is satisfying too lo see that the ..i-m-itics of the Institute have not been limited to Bridgetown and its environs where there are already several educational inatituuons for the young and others such aa the Girls' Industrial Union and the Domestic Science Centre lor teaching practical subjects to ltn.se of more advanced ages. Those who must contribute lo the future wall being ul Barbados are not to be found only in the City but scattered threughout the length and breadth of the island. The Institute lias eairied opportunities within easy reach of them and Thursday's -function at Ml. Tabor is evidence that they are making full use oi Ihem. Within recent weeks the Institute lias added yet another to its endeavours and classes "for Clerks ill Bridgetown have been started with a view to expansion as occasion demands it in future. Here, S oung people who Iiave bean compelled lo egln work at an early age will still have an opportunity of acquiring knowledge which will not only make them more suited to the everyday task but will be the means of In iiiLini: tliem a richer and fuller life. It is this intelectual leavening on which Hie Institute must be congratulated and on which the people of Uus island can build a community life based on higher standards, social, cultural and educational. AJ IIP THE continued shortages of material and tha increase in labour costs have been responsible lor increases in the cost of services the world over; but it will come as a blow to consumer! of gas In Barbados to learn that the price ol gas will be increased in the near future. An advertisement appearing elsewhere in this newspaper makes that announcement. When the natural cas well at Turner's Hall was discovered me public hoped that gas would be soon at everyone's disposal and at a cheap rate. Quite contrary to these expectations, the Company has now been compelled lo increase the price of gas. There are many factors which have led to thisdecU;.on The Company operated at a loss of $1i:4H8 in 1947 and an even greater loss of $17,835 in 1948 Despite this and in order to give the public the benefit of natural gas the Company at great cost laid a pipe line from the BelliPumping Station to the Gas Works and Black Rock and consumers in these are.it were supplied with gas of a much higher calorific value. This increased the expenses of the Company and brought a diminished revenue, because the increased heating capacity caused less gas to be used. No loss was incurred in 1949 but no dividend could be declared. The Company is now faced with the loss of revenue earned from by-products. Increased coil of labour, fittings and machinery. THEY INI IT \i, Al \ AMI AGAIN J?LsW •'l^ ^ lllarkoiil In London By A -in I u C'OKHKKPUNIIfr.NT I/JNDON. Sept 22. A black-out DM desjetndssd. on i.ondun this wn only last week that they sulTurej) fi'nn lurtuiled bus set-vfegg—the outcome or another . ended Then they arc full blMlde included Lord [oumbattaM (ix-presentlng the Pres-dent, the >uke of Edinburgh), and Mi Herbert Morlison, Lord President oi the Council. The value of library service in a modern emo cra cy has been a main theme of dis •SB. If democracy is to survive. Mr. tORiaon dcclareii. it must have educateo ItSfjSM •wan "f the issues facing their nuntry and the world. It must allow it. • itizens free access to the works of 'hlfiken and writens, even tbougfa theaa works may be distasteful to those in pnwet time. During the past century, education in lln; ountry has developed from being the %  of -i minority to something that | .'veryone's birthright This tremendous spread of education, Lorr .VTountbatien declan-d, could not have taker >lace had it not been tied so closely to tht public libraries service. The public libraries >rovided not only entertainment, but played i great part in educating children and enabling citizens to continue their education ifler leaving school. They played their parl, also in the expanding technical and commercial departments, pruviding these with up-to-date material and %  Xpert staffs. A great deal of time, money ind effort has been spent on research over the past 10 years and many notable discoveries made, but they would be of small value unless tln-y seemed advance in industrial technology. A feature of the centenary celebrations is an exhibition of manuscripts, prints and drawings in the King's Library u\ the British it lUustratai the growth of thi Ubnrj movement from its foundation by Act of Parliament in 17, r :( Tins set, sanctioned I 1!, provided for the purchase ol three private collections, that of Sir Hans Sluane, the library formed by Sir Robert Cotton, and the collection ol manuscripts formed by Robert Harley, the 1st Earl ot Oxford. These were lo be placed in Montague House lor "public use and inspection.' D. v. SCOTT TO-DAVS SPECIALS a CO., LTD. at the COLONNADE Tins S.A. Pineapple Jam (2-lb.l Tins Challenge Peas Special—SLUM) HAM". Botlles Mc twans Beer Usually Now 87 H 611 17 FILES 6" r 10" ttf HALF ROUND BASTARD HUB! 6' 8" If 2ND CUT HALF ROUND BASTARD HLES 6' H" 10 12' FLAT FILES 6" 8" 12" 2ND CUT FLAT BASTARD FILES 4" KNIFE FILES 4 WARDING FILES r •*' 8" 1012" ROUND 2ND CUT FILES 8" 10" CABINET RASP 12" FARRIERS RASP 4" SAW FILES PHONES: 4472 4687 i ih. ject. Prim* will be thi %  -ii •. The cleclrlilight* House were still blazing, ot < an crowd* of spectators around the • rili.ilicv'. .tirt-dil i I 'd 11" m-w thiit the Goveniincnt Uveii —by six votea. Election Date Key Torches flashed in the Square at* rhal supporter* trteu to idcnlifj "Dig Guns" of the debate in thi' uncomfortable darkneu. The torch of natlonallsaUon gleumeu too. As deflantly and brightly as before the debate? That is a matter of individual reaction. It b of little uccouni. really, that the rornb ned Tory und Liberal om lOrioil IUMKI failed to dampen the nationalist light on Tuesday night. The situation created by the anIM unuatnOBK iast week ot l.'e (..ivo-iinn'iit's decision to bring the Steel Act inln operation remains more or lcsn what It was then. The debateserved only to emphasise. Ili.il Ilritaln has be^pn flung afaln into the maelstrom of party politics and that the question Of aimthc boils down date in a near future How hear Is it? That seems to be a matter of controversy within the Government* circle itself And it centres around the Minister n nil ,.i ,., o| Health, Aneurin Bevan. The btraofMb subdued Minlater uf Health in this Parliament *i an Bftentlve listener to Tuesday ight'fi df*ate. P-rhaps. like "orne Minuter Attlec. 'oo. His Majesty regarding the engagee — anxiously taking ment of Princes* Margaret But Mr Attlee, as one contemporary puts 11 U>-dny. "U far too discreet a politletan to let oul anything he wants to keep secret If, in the midst ot their bus and gas strike worries, the Capital's annoa have bad .. inorofaal la Governmenf 1-ist aparc for the Important Comin'domest c is'u* nionwealth visitor, — Minister Even Mexan Do i*he Tory Party want n election this fOmfl The sooeei the better lj their general NTM turn to the unexpected steel r.veti Megan I-.-' week %  announcCBMnb 0* In Qaona who has made no Mmog creases in the permitted prices of %  DOW htr Histriwi of the Toriei. u tiuty clothing, WonMo'i underappareiitlj i .iii'ul stunijii i eel wpar .,n,l mghtdrcs.se> i.m cost 1. %  cost 12(i ini more. Additional amount ion lobby. may also be charged for men's Maybe the truth Is that the lady mana tn gfttattiri garments, was no more enamoured of the This unwelcome note I personnel selected for the Steel no more palatable by the wool Tories Or maygala BUCtJoOi this week in Unbe she overheard the cnick from don itself, which keep step with a Tory M.P. in a Members' waitthe Australian rises. Britons may lng room during the debate: "The hope that Mi HeBwan will In. inly connection the Board has merciful In the discussions in Lon< inrl thai IKH num. a|.pnrenii> cannot IIIRIIKI ti v .•*•. wear and inghUlie-... ,er r.euer.l Klect!on Jllonal **• Sh '' '* ho k '""•' 'o 20 p. r c-nt more Z i, %  SSuJ, nf S Tory flnd Ubour M P *' b ^ o1 menu in wool ma> c ,,. •;...? lowing the former into the Dlvlscent more. Addllioi with steel Is General Steel (Sir don later this month and share ... other Ivabour members, he would junto* Steel, one of the chosen the pleas from America anl elsenot have liti unduly distresM*-! ,event and their only hope ot where for some control ol won" had the Government fallen. He making the Hoard work is to irice*. TinCuide Book of 1808 informs the readei that "strangers are not conducted, as the nan light of the outside of the books aJUUftOl convey either instruction or amusement." This, the first large public library ever to bt established, preceded the ratc-supportec libraries provided for under the act ol 185C :>> L'iil 1> .i century Uoog for the booklovei as the Bm printed Bible and a Second Folir 1632 of Shakespeare, there is an interesting section showing the development ot tr catalogue of the King's library. In 1848 ar attempt was made to bring out a firs' printec edition of ihe catalogue, but this proved inv Mr 42 years. Panizzi, Keeper of tht Printed Books, as he was styled, was unabl to convince the compilers that this was im practicable until the revision of the whole catalogue hud been completed. It was onh grim thiy went ahead and printed the first volume that they realised Panizzi was right. The plan tor reprinting was abandon* d but the catalogue was kept by hand, slip* baillg pasted In M new books were acquired The cost of maintenance by this method was too great, however, and in 1881 the origin.t] plan for a printed catalogue was revised The first complete alphabetical catalogue w at length printed by 1890. Ol II III AIM IIS SAY: To, Th Teachor* Kditor. Tha Advocate, BUM tare* -Public Utilities Act doe* HOI The Editor, the Adrocn'c endow the proposed Board with SIH, — According to I any jurisdiction In labour matpublished In your pape liclev few out late to_ 12 o'clock. 1 ill be asked to pay an Inert on my bus fare home, at least lomOROw I shall have to pay it ters. I understand that machinery week* ago. if I SIH,—I would like to know if already exisVs for arbitration as "?pt, at laaat aite tha education authorities of Bartu wages and working conditions. l>ados pfe %  ware Ui:t the headmai living to avoid strike*, etc. H tho he elementary schools Utilities should claim the necesMtv to increase their rate* owing to higher wages or any other cause, it would lie th e hineUon Boand to Bdjutueati Ih< claim and niake sure thai' any increase In the rate* w* talr U p lo now itMntni more hi and not excessive. In view of all s;i|d ,.r done. tho circumstanceI wunt to ask these questions: I believe it Ls necessary to keep Why h.s only the route* of long 1 have been wnlting tor the dedaton of the House of Assembly with regards to the hot air discharged up there by tome of the "ibers of that August body, but i been selected for special treat *ome tenet. *?1 boy. In more than one casaf a teacher Ins been seen to teach at a SCfai U ing n lew years the headmaster gets fed up with ljun Bffl I i him to SI! down ft, 'the -e Adv.. cute on 281)1., the already 1ng doi iocs this answer the q M Your*, etc. R. E SMYTH1ES St. Peter, Sept. 29, 1930. line at 57 cents a gallon. in oil. uid wages practically one hundred per cent higln T maka „ handsome prollt lull It the same charge*. Something is wrong some where, and the public is asking for an answer A PASSENGER II loiilclii"< II<> Done ON the 28th Augur.'. IBM., the patent machine, the Brett* had %  i -'. BUbmaiuic cable w;e 'aid ii.ven'eit an LOMuYtlDr, which wai from England to France hv tne great advance on all previous Itrett brothers and a few friends, underwater covers proposed fo r HI a I recent BBU broadcast electric \. n W H. G Armyiage described Five days before the eonccssim. how it was done. The projev. wa* was due to expire, the oabla had thought to be quite unpaagiblr. not yet been laid, and tl" 1 crltiei saying ever more loudly t Id not be done. Early Telegraph %  aid tha' the curen', would dissipate itself in the vhat it was discovered that a soli'.'ary tii.herman, trawling near the Cab**, brought up a piece of it l' hi* net and had borne It off It •yiumph as "a piece of rare sea weed with a pith of gold." The next year, backed by twe 7f their fellow countrymen, tne iched vhe Subnurme Company. This tim even n n didn't, it Mild on the morning of the 29tl they used a different c;ible which rover carry the distance, and tne August, 1850. however, two small would defy fisherman's nets. called Practical men saidMhat boats crept out from Dover Hi r thev calculated wronglv and ran the Knghsh Channel was much bow The fTOfli 0M wl Ol oabM I mile from the two rough, vessel, which set the course an i French coast', and had to watt a In I84fl. Jacob BieVt. th'i llagged hr with marker buo and further three week* till the fresl younger broUier, had patented Ihf rear 0M en %  nnall hired mile could he ordered and mam> pnnting machine to uws#rrn tug, called the Ooluith. On the faotured Eventually, on 13ti. *J impulse* into lette r :' Goliath was slung a huge drum November, 1851, the submarine ind figures, and in ih" sam yer on which was wound Ih* %  ..s once more In opera hi* artist brother. John Wanxi-i la ted cable Leal tion. After Vhis there was a boor decided to join hi*. In his Chi-," Dovtr, coniiectgal ton BreU print In cable laying and Cyrus WUU nel cable laying citU'rpriie. They my machine hou*ed in a bathlnj came from America lo broae." printed Ml %  ppcal to the PrimfJ lot, the C.oliaVh %  teamed for C<; the project of the longest of Uier asking for an omcnl Qr tsn oa, slowly payinR out (he all, %  transatlantic cable. Eventui oncession to encourage the procible as II wettl I Wal • slow ally thlg too was earr.ed thr"ugh net. The Prime Minister referred proces*. because the men had I and today there are over three %  the Admiralty the A ml fasten lend weights ever so often thousand submarine cables in the raltj referred them to the For to make the en hie fink. At last. In world, crossing some three nun olgD Office and the Foreign UfBOe nightfall. th P other end an was so helpful that die Brett up on the French coast, fastened in disgust and turned |o to another Brett machine and. .he French C.ovemmcnt for help with John WaVkins at tht The French C.overtimer.: thOUW end, and Jacob at 4) they had a reasonable chance of the first telegraph mefsage* were success and on 10th August, 134 ram England to the on iiM' them .'i ('! %  ..IT lineal Al W, H O Armyiage a cross Channel telegraph service gah providing they got' It going by .<> September 1st, 1850. This giyre wot Lheni barely a year. Besides their auge*, the cable went dead, ano ared miles of the ocean bed. 1 Armytage recalled the Uneg i I Kiplingi-r* la rm KHind. no awfeo al unn %  N draOTte of lhaa—v. iHa> ST'SI *>w Ws-sl plasa* at OBM xe.lh ihatil blUT^d ca*ta rra*. i in ih* aroaab ( Ut* world. **r! %  nc-rtba at tha Mai-ih. ,1 ...l iha ****** of en. IM*>-rt IIUIIaT and east," WILKINSON A HAYNES CO. LTD. Successors fa C. S. PITCHER & CCX LTD.,, 4—^ f ^^ PORTABLE jm i T 0 0 L J Kciwaiivin i.m..,DE< AND POSIAILC 0IH0IS.MS •WS. !"[! (0 All p uaraiES llni osia Elrrlriral Brprlmnil •v J NOTICE HAVING COMPLETED OUK STOCKTAKING WE BEG TO THANK OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC FOR THEIR LOYAL SUPPORT DURING THE PAST YEARS AND CAN ASSURE THEM OF OUR BEST ENDEAVOURS TO CONTINUE GIVING THEM THE MOST UP-TO-DATE MERCHANDISE AT BEST PRICES, COMBINED WITH COURTEOUS AND PROMPT SERVICE. WE CORDIALLY WELCOME YOU • Da COSTA A toLtd. DRY GOODS DEPT. ica>oa>s W .>a > s t t <>aa o a>c^o*aw>aa>e*aej For Next Week's Celebrations and the Holiday FINE DRINKS f.old Braid Rum Top Notch Rum scotch IfMgkej Dry Hark Shrrr> Rhine Wine* 111.1 Hi. mi i Gulnnea* Stout Teamen ts Brtv TrmimlSUtuI frown Ilrlnki MEAT DEPT. Le|s and Shouldrrs Local Mutton Kidney* ,n,l Slew Veal Perk Feet Vod lUh. Red ish Nmokril Haddock Smoked Klpiier* Slightly t.ornrd Beef TABLE DELICACIES Australian TgMa Butter tu-Valun (ookimt Butter OaRI Water Biscuit* Jacob (VMrb-er* \r /t-.,i n ,i Cheese < ki.il RlsrulU K.nsin. Glace Cherries M 11 -hin. i lln \\Anchor EvaV. Milk Anchor Milk rouder Oranse* and Grapefruit PHONE GODDARDS EARLY r %  '.'.;'S, -,','ssss*



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SATUROAY. SKPTfc.MBKR 30, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOl W I I'M.I SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. I.OVIIISMI vi \on< is GOVERNMENT NOTICE TELEPHONE 250 IN MEMUKIAM IN loving raernon of rrn dear 'i,' CvnUll* All.MKwho Md %  * %  J September 1MB Gor ....i> M %  Ood Mill %  Ml I" our niifi hr lit Hi> DrueilL. J* t JO FOII HIM FM S/%l>: AUTOMOTIVE nUNOAI4>W Modern Bungaki I KliMM Mrlgriton. Black Ho. fc UN m • M 11..-t ... CM *> % %  CAR 1S4T rord V- Sedan Done 1,K mile* in *acrlle*it condition I hOVAI. GARAGE Lid Telephone ISJ0 Sedan Morrli I* IV... | l RJ ..I I'. %  Wt W—An Mi JO 3n CARIRK Seua: I In ftn* condition Recently overhaul**!. N*w Tyr*a Apply .. LM On* Garden, Si Andrew n soAm SICilND HANO CAR*. TRACKS >nd PICK-VPS.. Value lor mor. • EI.KCTRICM. %  (Ol *k hoi boiling. uM in th* kitchen oearc nur.ary • Bat* bbm./ i.a*d by Doctor* — for Manning. ri