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PAfiF. KUIIIT II \Kit Mm-. ADVOCATE \HHMMiW Barbados Water Polo Teams Trained Hard Con lexis Exciting From Skurt To Finish TRINIDAD StoKUj (B: ft Th*. Baibai: a lru-n names on Sunday to visit Mararas Bay. one of Ti t pleasant da> iMiii. playing beach crick* n shad} cocoanul II Th* s > C.a*cogne which brought thr teams, t.. rumdad Th %  •*>•• *" '<" dockea in Port yed at night b\ floodlight The uroximotely 9.30 on F: id Wl,! •* the %  flrrm %  ..fter eJeei nd ulkinir ** n vWtlnf Uw Yacht i thr tconw were "'^ ectiee white ottatn Hotel Norrnandie. especially Detben Bann .1 small dJttrl Bvelya .itr doing a fair Inn'*, it is ju.t off unounl of road-work TI not f.u from Trtnl''"' ' r Sul1 1 %  >" %  ini House. "'It chasing the Truiidad OpMfcM 0—The opening game* of the eariea few 'urtonaaaround thr s ..>• %  i i Fi; ,. mglii Tiw rirld l Id of play i ngflgh win mately the same length | Barbadoe, but appears to iw ftw yards narrower. The of their • d.ck The* offside hm 0 match for thr qulcK and Hnrbados players And H Lag Barbadians AeuH to koop i match was .. walk over ha the %  iwnnef guide flag on tinlourn line In ihe tout nub ha plaj i.,: than bavej bean no fewi the Bai U %  ' %  . % %  .. %  t Govemoi Ranco will pi i roUowlii %  the final M \ • • %  ell dtnnci apei talafa Ha %  %  ' "a* 1 .... kand %  '• ""'''' N ""': the visitors who kMTVe %  rollowtnj day to ratal .. i i i Kelt] Katfc Tern* %  1 •are moat Internal aboil. .' have lav proved greatly since last November The Barbados I...;., it most difficult to get through in the tint'hair. This was chiefly due %  i by the gi^ilheeier Gatdiffe, %  btei of John the, Trti custodian, i lop form and It SI II.I. I.\" IIIM. Visitors unprawed | A ,„ £ u Amend ll\ llull> l.i .1-11. 11 • 'Labour Act \\ Ork nt Act. IMS %  mKliliwI" rrlnl '••• •' \ — '"111 lh Goodwill Uamic ycaferday momror h nig. They wore shown around by a,i ., Mr John M %  n much ImpKnrd with '"* "}" %  "' ''" ' '%  ••" done by Mr. B. %  .nd Mr. I placr .nd what it stands lor la of J j"* prolceti • %  i.lan.1 I '"" %  It has God's bk Mi .Vli.i: LI %  commendable To Mr BV %  aid. "Keep this good work up." Mr. Be< %  where tin %  %  n around Burton, Headmistress. From UM fl %  %  • to the Nightingale Mcmorul Home at Black Roal rf< ri again they con the good work done and "sphere of %  .ii by tinaurol thf building and the i>cui.iiiui vegetable gardens. Mr Bryai. who lefl I %  %  II ,. I uri AmhrrM aid tnat he vi anjoyad hi Mas In ih> when it climuurd with •n> httie t-.ur yesterday mornlna oeei b> incml i I I. (> Includint if they itdon. an • %  %  Council %  ndiiig legislation was required. Fret,' t "iniiiimn .itimi .' verv little In add to .! the PMMO CABNERA. -b*avywelshl bexlag ckaawloo of tlm world, and nowluie of the world I fon-iim • %  |p on rUMttafcy of Oarinany, whom lie eefeated in Itunint the nnt coutest of his eeattaeatal tom Baaei id. Biftj Thrill For LOIHUMI Alhlt'tits Wtnt, Parlett Dead Heat Altslraiians Wickvts Will Ve Covered 1^ & here, they Inyadee %  1 %  kM to the LiB' and the offieers of tine Labour Department given the lama i--w %  pectlon II under % %  • Factory An, 1947 and !"% %  the Labour Cnminissioner, Assist%  ussi.'iner and the Labour Ofti.' L be prohlblI or b direel in.. • at 1 tor : THF. iurnc 1 witny paaaengai r fart ng '•memo .-1 the end of the day'i LOM'UN SYDNKY S, ; || wicket A London athbli lad Thi* year's tour by the Weal pin one of (hi icket taam ut !• affectTl < a son when Aithui .: their 1th this arrange%  % % %  %  'ii --. i.1 i. ^ii i.i i jowpnine u^e alaqt-atrldtorj AA-A-champion '•> the Austral •. n "v.V_?^.''!:' %  a nack; to . The Board ajmo Bl nlnetu Barbados." Tlie Fort Amhentt Milled for St Vincent during th e afternoon %  i I %  > %  %  he FLOUR ARRIVES THK SS AlCOi I'tene.r hurged here tnd... :n0bag> l "'";': •' -entUMtS this, period oloaa arara the runneri thai Ihi the nlghl -.'I'l not separale them n. bourne UV eondiuon proved bettei than theti dacldina the arinnei Tbati t n* opponiT.tv and n. the MCOnd tiiilf n.ui.. S1.6 sees., IN one ii] tin %  %  three mon % %  orar for the balf-mlk r-. hT< % %  M tn kfeasra. A. s • rill .II n Ii Sons Ltd. „ Qeneral Tra moat interesting game H i magnlfMiani rao Pai %  thai the 2011 runs follow-on rule ind f iiurbados ladies will ha\*a lotl led .it tha rtarl at ndard of 190 rui to heap playiui thai, i-est U thaj ovartahan by What .it the begin %  bj tru Board hopI., wm the aerlei One nine, of the back straight. Neck p agreed lhat the On m pitch. >be antlraly eoverad during i cost them tha leaving the 0kl behind tba W< t Indies 1 u ThUwlllbi nly balanced tha Parlett, who btmaatl U tall and the Ant %  %  in fo be at thi* stage of long In leg, Ippe .1 to be faking has been completeu the scries. ^,. u . the and of the Brat lap waa JUI r-xeilini; „,„„_ Th( ir |r] hl ( The menu first test was eve i „, .,„ (tlll hlFlli p dung A batUe of glanu (ll ,„, totahln| ,„ UM.half ,,,„ to ,,,,,. the „...Auatralli footing Tim Trinidad forward line their weak link Hud they had Roddy Bynoe, who they el.i dead he.iL The treat Sydney Wooderto the only athlete to have ... good sh.tin B rorm ,l( "• ''' ll r u,n with Hex aVgatefn and Dave •*• ""••"liig, the Clt> Charlt) Barcant. It would be impossible Athletu contaot far the ( Li ld Times shield, was the ftm In be nine bean like It irumoured held U Ixmdon unde, tull-senle that Ri i "oodlighUng. AX-ond teat Which takes place toAnother ure.t cheer went up morrow ..ft. %  • %  .-n, lie b, t lusn when K MacDonnld BaiVtJ won out of tha water foi eeveral waaki the 100 yardi Invitation now. but Trinidad feels he will \e,.dina from the gun. Hi* thlM wtrengthen their chancca waa ;•" n It -• hta first apo far in the met 'a aartaa pearaoee since he equalled the I0D I MeThe Plonee. i I ta at) i vening foi i rlpltfl EN signed tc l.UJ? Rpberl rhi m Ltd. ::*.'.',*.'s.;:',:;:-.',;:%:'ss.%:'.'.;*.;***** '*•.:+•,•.'.',:','***'.'. U I 40 U I TO-DAY ii..1 TOMORROW 4 45 R 5 p m. SITTING PRETTY lllrliiN WIBB MAl'BEFN OIIARA AMI Whul's On Toduy Police Court* and Conrt of OriKinal Jun-dicUoi. arid has been on the rougl seems Uul these tactics will continue for the remaining PMrtchaa, -.. avenlj Iha hwuna ;ind so keyed up .!!• %  the pityara two players out of the Bfatei foi major foul-. In the first test had not Smith been rnui 10 00 a.m to H.iK. p.m. I'.Oi,tl ni-l Hi 1 ' Aim-house 7 ifi p.m. caaraatAi Pl.n HIIII.'I.I-II I I %  .. -lilI 1 lnai.n l.,rl<-M THE OUTRIDERS ll. McCRK \ AUI.KM UAHI ileonj 4ii Box Mr, Cuke said: "I %  %  i mould hue to make It ekaa here, thai on '% for .i lot of earisi if of K %  are a-king ur.di in Una bj paaal l ,ii" willing to do so. mi l am %  rptlna any 1mi are beUtlota hu island, Such condition.lo not i i ' %  ('oiiditi' ... to perhaps It trj and gel haas Ihlni i but u lot f the thinii-. included in this Labour ComBvery worker in Bar' "he IJII llil -Mulll'l inii7il"'l im d BUM Oraat Britain h hLs convention and hi dta K to f.ill i Ing such The Bin waa eventually *ven la second and third readings and aamsd f* r ~s,;%'.:',' f ::::%:::'.%%'*:*s, '///.VA-.V//.' VMAVU-W**. Just Received — New Storks of $ RED CEDAlt SHINGIJIS DOUGLAS 1IH SIDING DOUGLAS FIR JOISTS PITCH PINE G. & T. FLOORING PITCH PINE JOISTS GALVANISED NAILS all sizes MJFDUORV i.i > .. % %  I \ I OR III C \ eight travelling on ihe J. t) Ooddnrd. the on, S aulllen, U Feryuson. It J. .1 Tun ind \ I followed by water polo fans hero. (Kei siie.IKi.i-; Oral night end over %  ,'' 'J'' Snid the sacond. Barbados ,.,,„.',.,,,, too I. well m-pie-enled m Ihe ^SJ !" Ueslde. many j stollinej., ,o,.l c (I. %  lh. tc ,,l,i In Auslr.ll. II-'.. -i nwmbers of Hie team who v.-ho made th.trip estiecuilly lo w t|| tlJV (l to A,. %  '• I M W II l ti vrwka K t 'lh tinI I ,11. W.il.ott. A I 1 ft ularly to hall foi It.,. It . Marshall and K Hi. kBlnunlrc .oil It t' 1' YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT From Codnngton Hainf.ll Nil TotJl Rainfnll for Month to date, fi.tm ins lfighcd T imp i ratir t 1 s?f *F Lowest Teuiperatine: 74 r. -F WUHI Velocity: f mileper hour ^ •Barometer: |B im) 2V'v ( ) %  tu i j;>l.i PHONE 4267 WILKINSON L IIAYNES CO., LTD. "'*.'. :*.*.•.*.'.'.'.: J '.*.*.^ J J ','.','-^' J '.* J J *.*,* J '.' J f ^*-*-*^^''-_*'*-^*'* j '^ J 'I licy'll Do It Every Time 'iGCOME IS fOSVER TELLIhla IHE OFFICt FCRCE I JUST K1V LITTLE THEY MEAH IM THE OVER-ALL PICTURE — NOBODy IN THIS ORGANIZATION IS IXDISPENSABLE *STLY M'STAKeN! IVE'RE AIL O.y SMALL COGS \H A QG AtACMlNE-TWERES ALWAYS 6&&&xry TO TA, but work* %  ih it t 1 i"'i. r..l,lna th< lBga anil hroBrhlal tub.. The Brat > II.-FI i -ii,tng aai .-la meal' %  %  •IT I way. 1 ll-loa looean snd rair... thlek tiaiBliria niinua I Tnui pri.ri.i.'*v rrerliratlilnt %  n-1 a -unilar. • %  • rarreitilna; sleep Malpe attavianee*lr.| a(a ..nailing, w mile* astlafaclloi Suaraniae* Oet -h.m'at toaar •* DaOO i Eczema Itch Killed in 7 Minutes \ t %  /Ad \\ MILLINERY DEPT. Bridal Veils. Head Dresses Orange Blossoms and Flowers Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Slreel LUXOR (LEAK (.LOSS VARNISH SUPRF.ME IN QUALITY AND FINISH A!ao — QAIrV. OIL CANS — 1. 2 & 3 Glna Slaea • 1-i.l.l.-l., .1 T 1111,1,11,1 %  1 Inrorporaled ••" T. IILIIHLRI Lid. 10 x 11 ROLBl'CK STREET. • *>'".'.-,::', %  '.',:', ->-,:',*.'.',:',-.;•.'*•,'*•,','* *,'***-.'* '.'.:•,','.'. 's***'*'. 0JVCB .if.n.v MX STOCK STRIPED SHIRTS WITH — V.ITII 2 SEPARATE COLLARS J BY :; A VST MX REED AT — C.B. RICE & CO. \ TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS S OF BOLTON LANE. *x*^>yxc-K i ooe


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"I MM -1 • \ \ -I I'll Mill It l, 151 BAKHADOS MIMIC All. PAGE rimn 40 Norfolk Si. Comes To Life For The Hurricane Tumi LOBD room nf 40. Norfolk Street, just ofl 1 -mion's %  I IN aft Uck on appeals' I*>I %  Jamaican Hurricane Rebel Fund which . 'iT< in Idem the light to Uon of j i,,,. medical • • loom when lie has the time IIBorneat will lake this beNot 1 r| llt'lMi> ror %  ftai rniifliaaaiaei mat*,. u mi tin I: iiuiMit I rono-u na*i ind entertainei prwawmoUau of i ,n-ii. i eerA J* ""'" rvswaa •suit I pregnancy or rnnfliumafct. the : '" peeUfted \\ rks blandBoord G tf ffatosV IT a I betOn Protectorates J ca Gemeol Goes On Market In Dae. Mr %  JOHANNI Palrtch ;<• Ki\' IS ... ,, •' a th> nmonweann nak ,, ,. ,,„. ,.,„, .,,,.. visiting atouth Ad" a, said In Uo eratnwtit wa*'j1t>l made m construction f the pro\ %  %  I th.i! ihe i to the Union. certili I " % %  < -tf-.-B<.l K1MJS %  %  %  One*. I (fte pi iod.Myrtle and Pay Kei A, I have win. thi j £•££ .Alatuuj today's group— Add* lafor the goo %  "' "'"' M, inn the deeirebillty if real protecRe* inland : id fcflj i | .,| v Uon in a colons Uk I v ,„v ,,, t, engaged UIM to impjomeni ike prohe would ai* Bar %  the hui I Ml Mr. DaCoMa rum a dance ban tins month for ,h e preatul unai MUP why the %  ix-pleci ban "i Wi iiuisu i.nis have <* six-month enwith the whole matter and Includ %  ewawmees. The, said it was mim MM B II peohnetwai for pregnant men. or uw devastation II therefor. going to i the ._ %  ild it.', they KWI.' he said, "l %  | i unions nd who at. pregnant worn Street when they could. All memd u ;i ... M murn nt mnM mpnt lo ,, mKe to get In important than protect i union prlnelplei kl|V thai the Qevenaaeul I nd practice %  \ %  it. R m toll ill hav 100.000 UN mere ul production iho i %  i; %  etM ., the Black Proti %  % %  until I wtobi i the Hou* eft red I | for the pu ting ! %  ind there anethei rBBl Rhodei Bchoiai ; rh* p) % %  rtorati Sv i g ,, ,. r nil .m.l BaiUtoland %  %  %  l %  > rhol having Ihe Maglstruti adjourned until As a find step the Turks hland*. ,-,„,ndr,t be South Alrtean lerbeen damagod and menj %  .• %  % %  will pa aei LecUlativa B ltd ioj I* ritOr| I id Beehudnali.nelteri foi | ti-ncc "io.a* to RI ""-iiiiu bbc Oranaa Free Tranavaal B.I'.P. hurrtei %  Mleiulanl Gutlfy Of Ill-treatment .ii t at Ih. \i. nu i guilt) of I paUenl ol the ItiNtitutnni on June %  %  ( by ihe evtdeaee %  . %  ive done nw h pie in the i-.\ .im pre%  who lll-trcab i Kteni thai he tcetn %  > %  ell i d i ol nn<' i tongue md a %  %  %  i uneel, M Mltrn apt i aha* th i H.. Ill they he leht they could of the iild IMwhen niey nftter. That they ahould than In%  %  %  have suge--' But even when Kiev have present the whole matter for the .t is certalri ih.d n hours will pass before nothei aaruest poaalbleopportunity." graup lake ihelr places, And so Mi Crawford than win go on until the th ls__cffccl b i ompieead — B.1 IV Out Of Trinidad Ship Loses Man rt i Mi. (;. H. Adams aaid that mere %  i ntlon 8 i : 1919 dealing with the matam The preaani n ttet a.' MI, Axing of Hii the persons maBtioned. tie pointed "id There was nothing HALIFAX rlnaing of the conOnly a week OUl Of Tl %  %  illng with 4 .863ton Panamanian merehant protection, hu' It did n %  %  hip sbaij^M. leal %  > %  Hew thai U cauld be %  tropical norm and brought In In the preatrrl needed U %  niton fOff Mt CrOWfonl ud thai that the crew. polnl n no* Important As be t %  ••.t i pau Skin. The fa hue has been ;tecisllv uciigned for meaurrd reaagaww to keep your poo* si 4 cyai'oruible eo wmncrature In fceaf Orcold. ThewdainyAc m. brkfs aad Rtam thcu^QjptWh<-ri.iunai'L-J and give years prwcai. You'll fled Acne* in all pi.ncipal -i..n. ftOUM „...i .. %  %  %  c fi.m itic (ml HBGHLAND 3 QUEEN SCOTCH WHISKY Sol Imporlan %  — U W.t M0NR0I SCO IFD UIDGfTOWN. lAHaDOS • ~ ^~~%  • %  .i" ... ,.-.. Far leather of eeery Co/our— It cleans, preserves gnd ho* >< poluhet! A-i. row tctaUei rot Pfopan's, f\V J **?** Nothini tlat is aejej thj lagjga, WaMfe ^1 ihc ilillcrence it nukes to ymr ghjogg! PROPERrS Canada's Wonder Remedy Is Here Again-To Slay! For CHEST COLDS, RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA, ARTHRITIS NEURITIS ECZEMA, BURNS, SORES, PIMPLES nothing like iwagglay'i vimftofa for breakiD| op %  iig-ht chngf eold over night, or banbheu Ihe stabbing;, torturing; pain ol rheumatism, arthrttnt, aenrrtu, neuralifria, stiff aore muaelfi, or the miser} ol Hwd aehhtg feet !" Jaal rnb n Into %  spots Ihe congealed eht I aatd feel tli*pain and tomieai vaniah In a mathr ot imnntes limkley's White Bab ig i teientifle preaeriptlon eontainiag 9 aettve icujradienta, earefally seleeted lr their prorefl tberapentie \alue. It stimulates pireotetfow. braoki op eoBgaatkm nnil relierea pain. H>ata an.I toothag Mire*. Dimples and iire.l burning, aeair KKKT We guarantee MORE rel ... LESS %  BUCKLEYS STAI.VI.I.SS wiiii'i-: in i %. to buy ihe Best T in id am ihs hel ol raws wi %  ti>-lnjM -iu.ul.1 bs oui faanlh bseraa*. '• h % notsaanewag aaHaaswgM facbalp BWd .II; jd dai ""d aaap -It aajht fMg rb %  Oiuliln. .-ii.. SSS ihihin*i#.i aa i llsw .("'ilil. ,n %  '.. kNWSM I ptur. C i*np all .t„. I,. ,i ..„,, ... iHCk aWawaa wawsns, %  irnii'i>all\ pri'parr.l Irnni NatUP I tinr-r !, ..j.. 'Ov aw aw' f... ,.i.. i i iiiwnn in.lnjum vtwaahw, ol ih %  raslaMi n.itrtdw vaka M %  anoui i Ii dtaw I o>* wr |.


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r.\r.K mm BARIUDOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER l l5i BARBADOS AmftGCTE Septe WO 1111:11 VISIT Tilt; v 11 ol Mi Lennox Boyd.Chairman of the Imperial Affairs Com in it WI '' %  ; the British House o( QO BIBI O t M will do murh to satisfy many people irt the West Indies that the Conserv* Strees. i okin te f WH Co their return to office % % % %  %  the OOmtflg elections. H| the keenest mierest in Colonial affairs. \ are< k afd bid u visit from Mi Bernard Brains tha Secretary of the %  nan Committee of the Party. His was a one-man goodwill mission; but the arrival of Mr Lennox Boyd under the :'<; *.y serves to emphasise then intention to examine at first hand the pmh%  f the area. The p of the vWt can bo gaugad from tha relatrn position of the visn< 1 the party machine Mi BraiiM hi Seers lary ol ona of the six 01 tight sub-Conv mittees irhicfa form tha imperial Affairs mittaa Of this larger body Mr. Boyd Chairman and ai nich hi %  potantlal Secretary of staU' Cor tha Colonial it is with the Civil Service would taka over Colonial affairs if. and when the Conservatives should come into office. Mr. Boyd. succeeds ona of the most colourful men in the party machine, the late Mr. Oliver Stanley, srho will be remembered .is a former Secretary of State foi the MI'S iind whose death last year was :. ratted bacauae of ins Intense interest in. ind his starling wink on behalf of the Colonies. Mr Bo; with much knowledge .in enviable Ucilltv (he immediate problems of the West Indies and because of an obvious sympathy with our cause sup... and ambitions of a people iinnxnii in.; tm national prestige. I with the inherent difficulties ol a none too sound economy, the problem of federation ha sacs as one of tempo rather than Ultimate BChlevemanf "If West Indian ministers had been allowed to take part in the discussions of Commonwealth matters aftecting thenInterests, it is likely that the Cuban Pact would have been less objectionto Wast Indians" he said during I 1'iess Conference, And to prove that this was not metal} tin criticism of the Opposition, he added. "Our Psrty intends to examine on the same lew 1 snd to pay tha sains attention to tm agricultural progress of this hall to agl uultural pursuits at home Tie time is nol far away when you will need preferential treatment. In Its Widest 1 and as it has helped in the past we feel that it will be of benefit in you The peoples of the West Indies will •!< come Mr. Boyd not merely ;is an interested visitor but as one who can contribute to their future welfare. His intersal In Wi dian Federation has led him to realise that the rs,te ol progress most he gradual if it is to he sound and laattng. Above all. he is convinced thai the maximum benefit can >nly I attained when West Indians are given an Opporl u It; i be the architects of then own destiny. This was the doctrine to which he nibscribed when he stated that howevei well briefed .-. Colonial OfUctspokesman might be in discussing Colonial Irs. there is an added advantage it 'Aest Indians are allowed t take part It is this enlightened treatment to which the people or the West Indies look forward in the event of a Cons* rvatlve Government hem.: .-I. 1 • %  .! to office The stage has been set and the West Indies evolving from B long and dreary period of economic straug< illation and political tutelage claim, as of right, a voice In the direction of their afl.mLn the attainment of this ideal thai th MTVices >l Mr. Lennox Boyd can prove their greatest merit. TITO b \ Aneurdn Bevan The Rt. Hon. Aneurin Bevan. MP. to-day begins his report on his visit to Yugoslavia and to Marshal Tito In his first article Mr. Bevan surveys Tito's rise to power and says 0 Churchill's mil tancc to Tito w ore of his most imaginative acts j 9 Tito will not give to | O Yugoslavia will j the West a subservij fight for her inde; ence he has denied to j pendence against all the East. comers. lloSur<'—HeWilll i^li! All Camera IT r* I triM to %  ) U 1 "i 'he utmost hcrm-re hut ihi %  • %  tad "-lapsed f!i< i lavm has jumped into ths na* that fought would sho* thtmsslvi She has crept Into .1 sad now she their way from 1 igoslsv CuramuaM Pi .is In It tn%  thai -omeother another, and fr'. -111 > %  Tito and hi with much Majen papulana nauoa had .is ret nteessi bite following miicht b.tdispl escaping. Tht %  m nip. they ii H pseatl number I6 million, all the other twflujht %  U %  -hudm . population of P haKremlin. Slovakia unit lUuniatB, •' Then it, 1H4H runWUI there is nor* Interest lo what is more started u> MOO out (A Yuito happening hwlde VUSudSVUl IhSB ihvtla. TinYUK ISV .,, jll th. ... Party. II Ml l political poraoaaSM % % %  ttthsr UM buy. m too titfht. ..r M II kinds, nf .ill poUttcal % %  rss where it had m %  ,.ft thU i intr> i iij •> vit it to to be. Yufcoil.via—member* of ParllsAt first the rumours wi nent. ex-Ministers. Oovernment counted. Some even Mat BBWag the Yugoslav pe whole. %  pot on lot ol • % %  %  %  %  lull Iheir wool) i ThS1;IM.I li:is excited niiisidc Int,o-t durlBg our asrisfsrloa p wur. from IH41 oBWar dl r v1 %  ttw world that Irwtde VUSOBISVU] .1 certain Titii m is a %  u %  litsnco ti ;( nc to uiy it was nothing bu: t*d sacrifices they bad in another Russian manoeuvre, that it nuidS durme the war th.it th iv..hjsl -i pis) %  tha niparAi il Bovtal Union wai trj* 1 to trss F'.r i: mdmtfrt For lii 4 rploi • conthem a* s Soviet ooloaj to ing Kipling's soldier. -/("/ fr I-, -. 1 ti>, world fit CO. f tUbJussUon. Unnunge of the Y\ Boon, however, the UngU %  %  I %  Uuiused by tea two 1 > ol the Boviet Union pvc him %  .ontrovsrsj could not lend credibility popularity in Yus? 1 % %  in nica an Interpretation. It ww ConunualtflO ItaeU could neve, much loo barbed for that. htVI oWsiaed fOf him. Stalin ttrrBS 011 fhr hem Ths'Yuanlavi were now preineOernwn ind Itallsai and wai Tne Russians 5tartl by .U-IMI Kiviiitf the Nasl Chkrfl ol Stsfl Tltoof*X)l ml princtplea because ihoy saw m h.n tii..,! %  talkms bark a-* ttmuuh h> lie .known to be a Comwere an equal. This wai csrtainl nunittl. but tbi* did not detr, Mr. not ROW !h. I I Churchill from making Inqulrii 1 1 with him. Tito .ibout the military possibilities talialed by aocuMng th, irlslng .ut of his sau^mas. iss lersaf'laU inter) tad oar ol th assdlaa nation," a aalltr II, chui : ;i >"": last the Kreailii Rial 1 to was CoBununlsl who wai Imaartsusl and wanted lh> .. „„.., 1( „. :il ., ComminW doctrine la even tlUiousjh as ysl tuns. 1 1 la bad not entered the rat Thscantrovei t grew no'ter and Thh might be 11 pointer to whSl '• IV •"' ,l %  iiiniiii Miinn IIIK bappi n hurt, % %  • ppi r. %  %  i.., The Russians.... U 1 J suppoti %  moog tiuptasanu out I ... ; qoulatlon UBCU" wn rnUltsrj um chirdh. arft m nportant ol %  '•' % %  : "' "' i-'" I bra (Ml n 1 ,11 from Mr (lnii.hliri point ,f maWng too much rt ih.-.r of view, he was MlUna Oarmsni achlevoraanui This bni '.1 the So .1 mitii..! v sdssioB wsi Yufcoalsv pt their nvjt dropped into YuSKalsvis to explore the iKuaUon. not only a Communist, but th ,. champion ol their nal ;r and the preserver .f Their Inde1,.. pendence. Among the Commutl ..11 pTOVI %  not so mueh a dilf*-renrc l:u Yusoslavui from Riaahi "ut ar. r. Russia 1 a 1 that th,. V*uaoa las an turn ro\lld not possibly BBS0| I without snrremleimc hur national indepsndaaa a Hut then til it fOI BOBW time tl %  lats • HS I 1 %  Yugoslavia Was in ISC boln—r Befors the br< took 1 ...... of % % %  • 1 tailed int.. that ol a/aj %  I irrUi .. trickle The uuerrillu crninv The ruinnii: % %  proved to )*.• mi rett. The Yugoslav partlsani -> they called themselves were br ivs, ktll-sacrl11.log AN Iliev i). %  nd battei irrna. and if they coutd j BM them ihe* oould t>e relied upo 1 nol only to kill considerable num)<'t^ ol tha anarro. but what wai from nur point of view avan tTIOM important, to occupy many enemy divisions' away from other theatre* of war. So they got th.> ai R From the military angli Kiev f'lllilled iill expectations Marshal) Tito proved %  fteniuj ;it Ibis sen of ruorrtua warlars which wai • suited in the position an 1 to 1 ttie counti) Hi Churchill's Instlneti )>.><( bssn proved right Hti sa U isni <• to Yugoslavia nd to Tito .t this Critical tin.1 wai one ol his tm.M IraaatasUvs >. h Ttn'ti ths Rod Army rande luneUon itii Tito**. 1 \ Uv irrw %  baaaenad as in the %  1 %  Hut rar] Run 1 111.1. Bulsan and u c/e.ho Siovakla — Yugjoslavla %  it' pped behind the Iron Curtain, lonsei mads nowi In bir own right. Her fate iu>w seemed lh c lame as the fate of all the otlier nations which had lieen Of golfed bj rtv tle> Hat n 1tionat lii'torv. r their lose to them. Practically all ol then, had linear relatives and friend* in Ihe . llR-hting many ol them having Tito takes a n%h i-i lorturetl to dealh by the In. I. it • %  hi %  nerny it wai t"o much now to which helped to mike tru t> told that ii did nui imounl to The Yusjoalavi rsMotsd t f i-"' ri n they luu*ihi it did. 0.-1 IA# !" -r^ i.-.t.-a ,.,. Soviet Union mainly %  a pro 1 ,\i last—the break row insawlsls. Naturaliy ihej Continued oo-opsration oould wsntad to build up thelrowncroiinot survive such bitter •XChsnSai omy. They wanted toeXBV So. in May. 1948. the hit ah ttcurrown raw materials In UM Sd. Tito refusetl to attend the meetnac'i 1. and t" I Ull -'i mg of the Cotnlntorrn Bureau 1 %  which he had been Invited, claim* This, however, ipbi rssuay was Ing that he had been rae-)udged pot how the Boviel U ion viewed and lhat therefore It WI future ... of tune to "' stand I 1 attion of all In* ei M .ir vi soilavla and lbs Cat Judg.il from any angle you like. entries foi a lime tin-.'. Il thK decision ot the Yugoslav Comwhols YUfDllSV nst munist Party and if tha Eton and ruin 1 nation %  me ol the knew this, but be took ths ..II histor.' top of that. I very bid norvest tt AlbanlS. Hulgario, HunRjry. i5u imposed upon th. '. i na in % %  %  1 u %  pis almost ink len Is 11 bloc, and iwpceaenl two-thirds oi nons. ths Yugoslavuta land hrontion Fortunately, howevei tha WcntThej arc nol onli unfrtendb but .-m powers came to the aid of the rttO '--mine Yufoal peoplS! snd tided them Every weak irw beovsi then immediate difficulties. uvi'iMi hniitei \ came fiom ttV the target of in tea of Arnarloa sm fron On from the Soviet bloc. From time • Brit Jin It is true that thU wai time the ipokearneri of the soviet ami from mixed mefivc*. but Union launch ptisonsl and ids %  '" ittaeks upon Tito and hat thai lay behind it. it was recalvi Communbrl frw i> On Yuanslsv people arlth grafrThe Bad RgaatS frilled dude. When 1 wai U1 Yugoslavia I llo\v will it work out? out to know how dni .1 it w/ould ix' I nfcftske, howove corns iboul that the Ruiilani t'"". lo suppose that Tito will give i<> no steps of an open kind to counthe wi ill an mos that '. t Au,'i < n r dom as gvad '" ".* cTsii / oan'i help ,i if I frssd Krnest Bevin expressed, in only slightly more statesmanlike language, the same ambition in terms of a political programme when, I asked his policy as he first entered the Foreign Office, he declared: "It's to go down to Victoria Station and be able to take a ticket to anywhere i damn weil please • • The girls and boys hitch-hiking their way it this moment from Ihe English Channel t< the Mediterranean, from Klandrrs to the Alps, through Holland and Belgium, France. Switteriand, Italy and Western Germany and farther north in Denmark and Sweden and Norway, and those from all these nations who may be found strung out along the roads f Britain, are doing Iheir best within the limitations of the modern world to translate the hope of a Foreign Secretary Into practical terms. Except, oi course, that for the most part they don't depend on tickets, which cost money, but uu lifts which are paid for in -ornpanionship and the fruitful converse oi halting sentences in foreign tongues. I daresay if they were all assembled in a mass—which Heaven forbid, for it is by then individual Initiative that they flourish—they would out-lower in size even the highly organised parades of East Berlin. And if you should feel worried that de-, mooracy is failing to offer to Youth—which it has now unfortunately become the fashion to spell with a capital letter as though it were a political state of mind instead of a normal stage in life—the excitements and glamour that Communism holds out with Its mass i allies, then you might do worse than give g lew Of them awltft. It is just three years this month that Soviet Kussia embarked on its famous "peace campaign"—its attempt, hardly so successful u Ihe Kiemli'i must have hoped, to convince the ordinary people of the world over the • %  lg of their Governments that the Russian bear was full of loving kindness and hao nothing t" hide There have been vast "peace" rallies, spon— BECKW1TII STORES | For the protection of Pipes, Bridges. Cranes, Cables. ^ Harbour Buoys and all metal work buried under; ground or in proximity to the sea, a BITUMINOUS PAINT is your wisest choice. 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In her own was iriH the Comlnrarm snuVraceri ths Conununlsl Part; The future of TUSjoatavlg I YUgnslsv CornmunM I'iirty in the ''" 1 Ruartm ippsrentl) nad thsrefors ons ol ths I I %  ants bsar-hus u it had ths rail concluded th' IWi combination of fertld nil niiinist Party the i*usssls astion Communist Parly, Thsy thought patriotism snd sdvsncedConununwholS looked like heinit th.it they had good PN 00 to bSbl I'lilu iple* work ojt in prueBW monoUthu roaai lame that the nuu ol the rank aad tfcat then aru good reaaan l,lr "' ,h Vugoslav Commuruftt woKU) COPYRIGHT ruppoM otherwtM The partisParta wars loyal to Sulla. ThereRBERVBD s hud fought during lha WSI '" ri Ihej Uioughl ih.it aftSl — L.E.S. I Our ICf.Miris Sajz Ix/iiTl Opinion To (he / leoeare. %  ur r s ajort on the in the House tM_s weak i, i aron when Barbados proodly of the oioiirv it %  pen ii on education, it w not being a BhSOe t<- Anierie.in SUd %  • ISO thg l-e.'.;.' %  nl ..jtoiogisi-d for not aving glvi a • -ime.1 tO ibviousb .-. he undertakes .' .lively. i quota from your paper: "On i Adorns*.-..% %  '. Oovernment hod mad.i %  tl,: lion .if ii and % %  %  %  %  %  Ut There %  i. %  %  %  the welI' .i layman uttered a pronouncement on a point i >f law Mr Adarni would feel justified %  turn Ih,. BOM .Smiil.nl> he M Mr Adams until oner an opinion on 1 education wrueb, eves 1 Mid time to read lip hiS t to say nothing ol in opinion on the technique ol teaching!, one is sn* %  nQuire mildly from hbni li"v do rail know | IVeaiumably Mr. Adams U uttering the opinion of the e>imiii. tho people who for hasting the %  pi • pie What other snia I fn>m thein th in that it woold wurk iLet him Mk those whose work g bssohen fur these qussr people i bellOVfl in letting their Ull, let B md res i "ion Course and the YU'%  Beet of nil %  %  portion orf child! m age from under who | %  piece ol nlproduetton will ernergo Saxon or Sanskrit. Bui the Governmei I I ii thorough sxar n lenge that Mi Oaraar ild In the igsbsu thai "hundreds i,f fumlllf not satilfled with the result, they wer,getting." 1 do BO| k' • i o ild n*>t guess Una ds> %  from Iheir e atUtudA II wuld be lui %  ade their disi mo !" vo,iii. for trw*f are now the only people wh.i can in Ihe thflf-tnuH out of the tire The Oovernment, when it doe* not ncem mi... tion. Is mlslntomieci hers, whilq doing their i-.peeiile .. nerelly on to iMilicle* and 1 '. and II ihu fat not on Eskimo It i, up u> the parents %  giving th> BP1CTATOR, thsb one thing that was impressed upm, WOTfj ol "intellectuals." and now this vast | ; .uide of youth. As the Kremlin tots up the balance sheet] i f its three years' campaign I would like if 1 make a suggestion. Possibly some of the young travellers in Bast Berlin, the British contin. d li to be to some i ctsnl il lesal financed from the proiitj of a trulj bad vnFi ,,|) i|Dg lo tukc place well into the Lorsni D ) the wSSrk or Th,. AdverVoui VOX DEI. ItARBAIXJS. 14th. Soptr. 1991. A Siifeirfstion %  BIP 1 woul i lik,. to sugKCflt thai Pi \ 1 ..ikmg an I e with -rots, where the imbhr eoidd i>e rsrrseha %  1MPP Jt JSb flips' .MI.'.ll'S HWf I t'luiff. Ju£cf§ and thtiitst. Milk Fed ('hlekeni M1U Fed Dueks New '/'.iLinii Lamb Calves Ijmb t'alves Kldne<. Ox Tripe Ox Tails. Ox In II t II i-^ OK Brain* O-t I illi-iKed Salmon Smoked Haddock Smoked Klprrr* SPECIALS i .lui Applrs. X"per lb • u %  i Pineapple. tie per tin. F-sehaloU. ".!.. per lb I .IT. HIM llilv tSr .lllil '..and SI H per pke Cheddar Chrrse. 6Sr .Vaces) Htleks. ISe tlrder to-da from FINE LIQUEURS Caero Brjnd> I'cieli Brandy rrunlnr Brand> H.-I oe .^e> Brandy Martrl Brandy Vlelle Cure Canes <'remr dr Caen Kummrl White tVlnrs Red Wines Gordon'Gin. Mndrmim Gli (iilbey'a Gin Silver King Gin Gin



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WEDNESDAY 91 PTKMBER 19. 1*51 House Postpone Factories Act Bill THE House of Assembly yesterdav postponed a BilV l amend the F.ui. %  !.%  > Ait. 1947 Mernb* aged then were things which would call for debate gj that reason asked for a postponement A 9—8 dlvisl %  •LIB i '{ the postponement Dr. <'tiinmins (I.) told the House that Clause A repealed sec d '• of the Act and substituted thrc These aartaOM irovlded Sir. lh*wdlMt (B) nttd %  Members to agree *haH he the duty of the with 'he H s Lucj and support ilu poMmaoi of Ihc mil. Ho MUI thai tracted debate la w: gnd wai went |0 J select commit* %  i reported back to ihc House before tl ma pissed. He ei 000 wh\ the aetu I passed in 1947 was not implemented. He said that he did no; agree with the Tansf erring Of ihe bandi of to nM laabotn OromnUaatonet i; dkuloui to bun f..i the Commissioner to BARBADOS ADVOCATK rAGE FIVE AIIIH l\(. Ml \ll\ labour ' i immt of ihc Pad I and ihe Factory Appeal Bi .i be (c) that ownati of factories shall notify ihe Labour CommisI i>f fnrA-lthin i time in tbt Hill • Crown, but in case of ;ni. public emergency, %  %  rnor-in-Execut.v. C mittee may by order exempt the Crown from eomplytni wltti the %  Clause 7 repeals sections 7. 8 and 9 of the Act and u n,ed to inspect machinery In which factories when, he was nj OfSCO did noi call for training in that tochnleal •.> p> felt that H wa erea'ing too much < •• % % %  %  • Head of a De* 1 %  Mr. af.r. Miller il.> t crime. I' wai rlak of eorloui bodily harm to a matter of too much Into the community, he •...\ .in Infuiranlluii Hf *JHI teal they ihc£ld not n< i it OTUJ allege to uue to protect men gnci '.lory within the w t io procured trifir ling of theA.i n KJl ... S.P.C.A. Official 1.4'cturvs To Policemen kttuiv HAfU;I.SON COLLKC.E boy. on lo their form room* *fl*i MonUBg A'lemMy day wh.-ii lh*y rai el after the -ummcr vacation the Sihool Hall y-lti gave a ICKttUI HI what ortatltutee cruelly •nd it %  lo ippri Tin % %  Inspeclors of %  v .-ruled the 1< i %  after. .iimng g| .3i ba eajB I B PI A inn 1 V.II.C A F ORT t-SI XV I: A KHI.I • Kg it. .L.I Tudor Bi Idge ed aluiig the e/harf Oil Murphy Crtd Charged >Mth the unlawful poa< which hi let. Cu> Pollca Mail C, L Walwyn li 20 shillings on htm (a) gives an inspector the power to make complaint : 1 .vho may an interim order, if. from tiir .AH" in 11...... %  opinion thai ihe danMen of the factory or an> part of it Leg. Co. Cofisidei IT the name of Ihe occuplt tl ..'. where any other niqun 1 roach of the Act or *'' an) :ngs n.yst bo brought montba of the making, of the report. %  ;: lit the Hill an I tion 10 ol the Act so as U) extend %  of the Labour Com%  %  Mr. of the I Kid Oeo, 6 c. 87) make better provialotBi ni inj of max hlneo The drafted *ill not veil while machlnar] U In ing operations etc. OXCCpl within certain ven narrow and i the a*ora rib exposed." %  Mr. I:, R. Waleotl ( %  ) u (torn of thai aorl ben.. on 19 ,-md ^ior Member for SI. James, who % %  thi committee, t-Jd "Over a yrai . ;,,„.,.. bad great influence In bla party, to Urn Ad .. p^mltlee egreeTin principle to •ea thai there were no arounos certain amouni of cupe, knives %  oopuon or the ror adjeununent and to aak bii ii,r and pani had r< ''*'''"'" ';''' IM ( party to go on with the Hill thai .'"",' l<,, "* : UttitenftofArl 10 on the Order Paper, thai Hon .. .. " "ethod Members would not ha Vc t.-i iigl that it would t\^:< ..iii bul we will have to do 11 that day. Speaking for himself, ly articles he sani, be did not hav^ go through the Bill. nnHe said that one DIM ho lid trj i In theli .. %  %  • i of Bertha Board. He fell ... ,„ {tQ Mnd U) This clauai also repeali wetlona amendment would lead to long d 16 relating to the notitii anrtMims in i w> .. can do lion of accidents vhieh will now Al n thPII1J postponed for better." Mined 'i the prevWomi I sat. %  .iges to workei Objects Ihe | nrtie; fur id and ihe 1 who might lie liable defaults under Uu Act empowering point in the Bill was the Labi to bring the • tual Commhauoner taking the plr of the Notification Of Accidents pattonal Diseases Bill. ii ontalm the penalty %  foi forgery, r and other offences under the Act Government that the Factories Act. HM~ did noi edequ Vide 'or Ihe fencing of ni.n-hmei > grid for ihe int| I |.. .( steam boiler. id. i. botu ommlaaioner had %  un pointed oui that the idminlgVoting for '.In arere Mr. Mottlev. Mr Dowdlni Mr. (loddard. Mr. Hecce. Mi Havnes. Mr. E. K W Bcthell. Mr Ward and Mr. (Jill. %  %  adahlng in Hi parcel to Queens Park l^v can telephone 2SS5 betweei TIM | ... %  MI I.IM or Un Seoul !i i %  i M .. n .till b %  | have net ven i "eh to an to the state. i i eeti nd reaaon%  thai %  payrni i i ill not i thui b) ..inent i money. I think that ere mi obviously be some exception i. %  %  %  Ini %  ce.li the case %  i %  re %  . %  food ai I Uvln ii.itinii in ddlt i on foi thai i 13 of the Bill i efefi i %  ill In iouiii inworded in innei "Suppose a Workman came to >u>. %  mployai on Friday night %  •in Sal rdaj Li hli normal pay I knl loi hi week lation i hai acnployai -. I Mi > I and glvee I D I'llllllg 1) em) loy* %  ornea back ami •nyi you can only taki out one* third Of m> wages. DUl you have taken OUI 100% therefore I can hi Ihiil nghf I do not agree eith that", said the llonble Mr tuke I think that the Bill should l*> %  ent to u Select Committee and I make • %  motion lo Ihal effect". Hon'ble Mr. Mahon %  econdod Hill's Meaning ap: t nu* wage made i "Thi %  • %  %  ihall noi of Mr F. 1. Mr Adiim Wnlcott. Dr. Cummll ; : nd Mr. Rj House Adjourned Approval Reserved aryfor carrying out w/alcott, of the 0 the proviaiooi of the Act were Houae ol agearnbly cumberaoma and thai adjourned the Houae until would be encountered when of the ftci week The : -,., Opposition after Mr. G. II A i HIS '.,,. ,],,.. v .,., %  . 1 In the Far East 0 or ou .'; %  % %  i aU f H go then % %  nd H would • %  •> po^ibi' terrltoilea !< %  i Hon bla Mr. Field said: %  not >'b jet tin.! to thBill going Select Committei i only wi %  --if da f an ce that nu knot clause 9 diffi that of Hon'ble Mr Cuke 1 ., i'iii not saying that my inleipie%  lii i .HI i. i ni %  .. .i I*.C*wrl iniflil ,...i .. i i ig*j s e si l ,, I llilel |-rel. Imn on It. ,f "Everyone ^i radi the lull a i %  wil thai r II i i %  i„,|. e. that if an empliiyi" lend ., me workei money, he ihould not deno re than one-third ol the mount of aragee 'i M ihllllnei ... • i -1 n •? Inde %  it ad j "' FRESH SEEDS a) WIAIIIHMII:.Un Cai P Cal bagi i i Sweet "' i Radial i.-i.i i •.in. watermelon, Mui ,'; Accordingly' '" iald, Ihe Bill moved Ihe adjournment for ha sought to amend the Paoti i \c\ iMt, in give afh ..f the Secretary of Stale and of the Labour CommisDr. Cununlni quob d I lau %  I i *d J compre henalve deflnlUon of a factory nnd included any factories owned M opernted by ihe Government ot nd or bv J parochial or other public body. Thai i baaed on the definition of ind Tob igo Factory legislation. He Of Section A of Clause 4 winch ipoke Of Ihe inspection -*f being the dutj "f ihi I.. i-it if O being the duty ol oriRinnllv provided In the Hal! Of I+7. He moved the s.< ing of the Bill. Mr. Hi. nti (L| In %  econding the id thai ihe Hii: .,-. the Ordci Papei fot Ihi peal H< i-ping that Hi t'Men bei %  i n i fact that -that Weat Intllan i He pointed oui thai Ihe amendment! mane the Bill work .ble. but not in ihe least laki rt l the mam purpose of the original Hill The mam change, i tarring of certain control from the hands of a Hoard—as i Ihe origin i Bill—Into ihe handof the I.abou Cl inmissioricr -The workers welcome 'h* ameltrlmenls." he said. He was hoping that no Hon Member had in mind to move the poalpnoarfiatn of the Bill. Mr. Mottlr> (I) gaM there were limes when business pit me so thai die; did not have Inn. to go through being I iougnt i When they got a bill that was voluminous, he said, it v. is not I of postponing It, hut BI tune 'her and reason it out I baU Of that nature I necessary, especially as ihe community who wen tfer of losing their lives. But there would bi %  .i* that he like explained. %  %  1 an hour, the usual lea luncheon period because they want! lend a function in honour ol Mr. A GRATITUDE l^nnox-lloyd. C.i seivative M 1\ THe question of whether the l!M K-r. %  the Ooverntv "' d House should adjourn for hair Council l,c • %  1111 .next Tuesdav that he has been requeated by the *" one-thud bf the total am u %  or in reapact %  '.. i ,!, | ov imptomei i> i %  I tha wotci. id think thai man. honourable %  ll iii ouarral m. -ins one pay packet iirtf Hon'ble Mr Field then relay, ferred lo elaute which readi m Any employei may ,n '" U J "' ri th:,t wa mill i.n mi,i-li lni.li Mr. Adonis ' aj u>.ui-i.,t"i. -t iv. i. -.1... hum %  A.M. J.. tl~.l.,l %  I I )M ,11 l.i UM %  %  i m o-h wni Inaiaa, | %  n*lr V" Thr Am Conlioi Itaf.latiOK. Aluhi !" I %  %  i>iii.inooae, t-i • %  --.ladgVrhf r. ar.,.i.uoWau. !'. i.ii.'i-i "v pro\ i> — of thUrltWi O-a.i.and Pm-mtina* ol r.t tm| i d> ( cost tu the employer of any matenaU. toola ami implements lUPpUOd the employer to ihe •rorkei at ihe latter'a bi i>s him in im occupa< lion; or I any money advanced '" art of the Bill refers to ; I plover' lo "the w'orkr'r '.vhich the labour Commis(wheUiar paid lo Ihe ..ill exercise i. enforce) the himaalf or to ona of the it,ii. i havi no %  ,. on .,t hu %  ni* to make on thai BOO roqueet) in anticipation therefore move thai the Pail a .,t ihe reguuu pat iead a second time" pavmenl of his wages lio'ioie Mr Mahon aaM Su. Provided thai the total amount 1 regret that the l.<>\''rumen i ', ,.,,,.. seen lit to make %  It ^ f rom the wages of i KM Barb ulot to have n an) p.. pai loi ind< i Ihe pr a Bill of this natuie Monlioii ha visions Ol Q hall IKH been ma'ic ,,t debt i iveiy. but i exceed one-third of the wagaa ol do not think ihai ,-. i -uid ii:.(>i-"i thi tr.pl..j..i. thai pay-period here, or if it ever hapi "lien it mu have been g Hint weeks Waijes He said Uiat Hon big Ml Cuki Bgctiofl 8 '"'"' "' "" amployw I .,„ bing to, have tha whUe gl t thai section it weeks wages on Friday when which re I 4low .' Bed Balvla, Vi Phlox, Carnatli %  am, Corao] li i urtei Porget' n Cai I Pei Lupin MUD %  FOM lit*. BEST IX MATCHES ASM itm THREE PLUMES MATCHES O.X SAUE BVEBYWIKEBE %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  ./.( .trriretl! • VRESH SHIPMENT l1 ltl\% CHOWS ALSO tllltK FEEDERS OF II. Jason Jones & Co.. Ltd.—Oatribni. %  W P Ml.I. |1 | %  .. I VI. ISO* . %  "inullri whti'ti Ihr lUiaril ifi-l Tpinlp ntf ard -t.nulr < i U IUklr ondlilJl^ Pxuliiiioi tu approve of lha %  %  . Mag Ml Ox nf Und II.prop. | Rnrtilrin. pciclv^ ol land adjoining in* land* u: t ChrlUoa**.'. Ctrl. Sti;.. pjtuh ol OK 1*1 Chupcn foi ,nrrra*n" -cl.ool bulWUnn and haiiKhum pic i. (Hindi fm St < Itrtohilloti lo muke II i ( .-minille* lj I,H crl ol %  aad %  Wo a m.i %  %  1*11 nil in-' tPr p.iruli al *ll I ol In. lormr Clui.k) %  -.1. Rra-uUti,.!!, l".l Ho .1, h M; <;. .. %  Mr. I: L. Ware (El uid that taking th r Hill M it was on the Order Paper he never thought would havi thai bgy. And ao he fall %  li %  the |i 1' that they should cheek up n>ata t a m i ioioid. I. W Hill postponed Tor a week and he Bl „ ,„tit u i, n [' nallv moved thai eon'ideralion of i iboaf DrpJttm*rit " 5? be J ?r i r'i,,';'", n ;. n •-' !" "'" —' Tuesday and thai me Hill be lanen Th Co ,,„,,i ,Krn-d ic s;i c I H Order of Ihe Day. HOUSE iy permitted by thi • %  thi! Act or of an. Ihg) %  employei dedu • ,. tion or maki tract with a worker for any %  .. Hen from Ua b) the employei to the worker, or for any payiqanl to the . en t.lover bv the %  an] line or of had i /anaarj or noniineni irork 01 tor injury a Ih* aiateri ill or othei pi %  : % % %  %  Ol HKllOn i. T-nrr AM. ivzi d Tht Coutwii p-*o ido lor UM [• %  llHlien of arrtfw • p di %  %  HUM %  r> %  pOiwd a Kni.l. %  %  lopplr*. to praedlal laro %  I prevalent *k watchman in deen i lo ha< t^oniethinn to & would realise that if the \jUlue ,. the lost article wa* a< mu to hi ' teallng It Wilful DamaLie rther' I The aarr laya: "You may maki induction for any darnagl youn p-..-..,. jury ton-,'' in aeer%  Thli I -'---*,*.--'-'-',*.'.-,'.*,' LIBERTY BED SPREADS A select lew of Lib<. r> s Fines! SILK NOIL BED SPREADS For single bed, bciutiiuliy *otked illustialioi B on each one also DAMASK BED SPREADS by Lib"; i i Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET t. '.V/MV/MWWOVMW/M A STITCH IN TIME SAVES LIVES! Tiry ofUn a little cold whan naglactao laada on to vary %  erloim cooaaqnanean reaffMag of a cold ** your Doctor then brliiK Ihe pre KMI.HiS DRUG FOR QUICK & ACCURATE DISPENSING RIDE A HOPPER BICYCLE *e II Milt lIHts IW.XOHf I.Ul. Wl.il. rark H, ..I. jC**V9-t'.vt*VC*,* bC*CV/.V.WAV.V.



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fA.iF. SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE Ml l>\l -|l\\ -IITIMIIIR I* ItSI HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY SPALDING VILLA TABLE TENMIS BALLS exclusively chosen for Ike WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIPS BOiMBAY L\IIIA FEBRUARY 1 10th 1952 IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and CreoV Customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Pkgs JACOBS CREAM CRACKERS .49 IO Jars PEANUT BUTTER .58 .. Pkgs. MOIRS CHOCOLATES 13 BARS' .33 :i I Pkgs. GRAPE NUTS .39 .: I Pkgs. MIXED FRUIT .48 At Cakes IVORY SOAP .27 M Glands MadeYoung -Vigour Renewed Without Operation | b-'orf M l ,i stjsw %  I. %  .imp.. kM i,y IO take, *t t** "•*•' "" d ^i^ t r^"i IMlltn Imso'. %  !" ri 1 . -.•tT?r '.Jusd Vi-TMi. %  • l*if"- )' KSS-UST iSr § s5& S a t-.ii.. whw* i..t. •I-";,•••, s?;; S "SS-S K?.'~S; S;1 "" tnKU •~"-"""f , ,1 ,J",S l '? Sro. Vi-Tabs KJftnC %  ..fares HubW MM* Virgil, I OMl THAT 3r> # W V 5 ^ V\ N ?CK i \ SACROOL | § m WOMHIIII L £ 5 UMBD1 5* ^* *; N FOR PAIN ....... 1 6 (! %  S 1 I kMliHrSltKlliSlllRFS;: -: : ; D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street -* %  | ^*---JTl %  df V ^ —L*-1>* tw />, IQ i &£ Hjf /JSK *•— i b^S THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES BPQX •' ... an recommended fainfantfading KI.IM tsiili.il lut inl'jiKtin.mi;-ilVilssiss pure sjte in.) unilornils imiirisliiiiv;. M l\l Mp> plm tin bnpoRuM Rsod mcntlala Modcd fist mhiii i" ii"" Mr. MIL: md ImlUiu. And Kl IM ti leadilt dssnJNMl MHIfhll iiii|i.iil.nii fa I Abos. .11. Kl IM is Ji fiimtjblt. Il'snul uujM.i. in* ,nJI SO %  ** %  M.nluis iir.kr ill 1. KLIM is pure, sof< milk 2. KLIM keeps without r.friq.ration 3. KLIM quality it always uniform 4. KLIM is excellent for cjrowing children 5. KLIM adds nourishment to cooked dishes V KLIM IS MCOMMINOIO ton INFANT HIDING! *7. KLIM Is sat. In the specially packed fin 8. KLIM is produced under strictest control gS^Tolepo.. Q wat.r. ^ CSVlS NOW! Dental Science Reveals PROOF THAT BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATINO IS THE SAFE, EFFECTIVE WAY TO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY with Colgate Dental Cream JOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS may mean kidney trouble A function of the kidney* is lo eliminate harmful impurities from the system. If the kidney* grow sluggish, these impurities in particular excess acid accumulate and settle, and become a cause of pain and suffering in joints and muscles. The way to tackle the root of the trouble is to help the kidneys. They should be toned up with De Witt's Pills the medicine made specially for this purpose. De Witt's Pills have a soothing, cleansing and antiseptic action on the kidneys that s brings them back to perform then %  • natural function pioperly. De Witt's Pilla are a ery well-tried remedy. They are sold all orer the world and we have many letters from sufferers telling; of relief gained, after years of suffering after taking De Witt's Pills. They act on the kidneys quickly. Why not try them for your trouble ? Go to your chemist and obtain a supply to-day. -Jtf DeWittsPil'S .ft m.r i.fthj to' BACKACHE JOINT PAINS RHEUMHTIC PAINS LUMBAGO SCIATICA OUR GUARANTEE De Witt's Pills .ie m.dr lllldn strictly hjnenic conditions and the ingredients to npd j BL.nd.rdt of purity. I .^.: KLIM MILK flRST IN PMMIINCI THE WOULD OVER DE WITT'S PILLS for Kidney and Bladder Tro ubles



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Wl i. -i -i>\\ -i rii Mm i: i I'.RIIADOS Al)\ OCATK PAI.I -I \ .N CLASSIFIED ADS. n,,M SA,,S Fon HIM %  i'" i IM* IOII .SALE ant U i %  l -' C *-"P liN •• u*ul II M u• % %  %  * cAaepa iml Tl .'• %  ad * ,**I* ,tu"J U ) li-KBl — ..(•** It I tnxtfa a c*-t %  • •l-ars* 1. for any numb*! of woida, Lp l W and 6 irnU per word for each %  %  rd Term, cash Phono Ml. between I l\ I .MH i -i I IOI M.l.ril tl .11 III i -i DIM i * %M %  W i %  %  fit* will befor on* yaar . r %  % %  I %  IT* rate %  >< %  %  %  i %  HwMtaJ Manager and %  %  ent to Ui* %  %  : HOlROIMi A i.OOt.INU — also — IINCm* fur CITY CIXJUCS Hraaonablc Term*. At Baila-l rk* <1umplon Strvrt. Centrally locat*d • oppoaito Hanlaon Called* Apply in P*ion Talephona UM f • Sl-4n AUTOMOTIVE l\ A % %  Now IP 51 lf*T Mum. li-l'plHXl* II P il -in ii %  a -. %  or rnda.v ll.i ft**.leinb*> me ill ti* Truck .-in br pppB miMr* It f || -„ N IT I. II A, ( T an aiproved "' %  Md ll-H. Upper Hay Rt I '"I ml Aquatic Club* All modern convent*..** Appv i %  J LODGE Barbai !* II pali irdirMa> : .i Phot* Bin IP I It—4* on JO OOP aquarr %  %  f ...... mtchan*tt. %  "• aBB* hou**. Bat... in beaimI n-AT J. nnfOALOW Modafn fur'*''-"• II %  i I .. %  •'i coral %  if With FT 1fe Silver .lllun Nd Lfeaaaj To an approird tenant %  Avpl* I.' Alma I....!-:* %  No •. Coral II f 81Jn Dial KAVT OAatDCMI Harbour Log\ S*g British Bun In Carlisle Bay : 1 I .n-.i a II Sch Imanual C Qordon Mart arl ft -.. h Tutile Itove *rh Mary M Ia.udal.pha. Per. Walei III M PV>r*..c* FT. Ml IMl Sch Philip II l>a>id ARHlVAIdt Alcoa rioneet. 4.PI5 Ion* 11-'. i %  IT,.,,! MarllnlQu* Alcoa Pilgrim, int kgpj laasanaen. in.m Trinidad rort Aanhrr.i | PM •„,„ Kcan. from Trinidad Th, uwdaraiapiad .ill offer (or aata al .lilK-i at then (Nil.-*. No H I if) HM a Mlda. lh.II.t da) of drptcmber IMI al I 30 p in The u>eliii,nonae known LAWNY with Baa land wheraoci Hand*, i ,,, . J aama stand*, contalnlni b^ i %  %  (n-.-lr -l 4 r 1 < H.i.nea Co Ltd Dial 43B1 lb t i ii %  '.. \: .(. New. tun rwnvtd C^rt %  ••*> in-: !• IP P II .' Van in good workH %  ^. %  i.-i.iII t II -Jn ELECTRICAL I.' '-I I.. I II itU.I.K-\TUH Hrliip. i p| ^....... i< A T i i Tuiaiaar Al Ian m II V SI 3' P SI COTTl-r. CATrORD A Co freehold Cullodrn of CulTh* Tinder mentioned l I 1 ..Ml, %  :,., HUM ?*Ttemo*r 1P6I at 1 pm Thai dei>..n* t^,, .i,. T i,il i** known at %  tr 0 | the l-.mrlioi toO*r and Dalkeith Road*, IPM *ii verandah, bath and toilet d... .i.-.t..n. law bedroonu) IOKI with bath and tollef Two servant. rOOOaf, parale fo. I car and tool roon %  II built f .tone m ihe Jid %  I between .1 p MI and 6 p in -ept Sund.it. oi with the owner Mr St < DHJ II v 1'...,!,. .-,.1 1'., %  inn l'tl"> iBIdtlll 1 wvek. old Dial 11 P II M MECHANICAL. RIHDIIIUi PRone IIM 11*11 ' I IAWN MOWFrW—phona UM in M -ii UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER *nor i-itAPFi. si <>i TIU.'II.IDAY the 10th .,. •' I i ... %  %  inlie iron. %  Huatrd at Ide corner of Chapel and Halt v Plantation* Ltd Sal* 1 ..-clock 1FJ.MS CASH BRANKER TROTM1N CO. Tl.pobli. -.. %  ke-ebw arap-d ak-m.l lo 'PWUriaakJIri.dlr. nrr Th,-i.— ..a, I 42 not fJaVmratH p ah* isu: KINDlr "*"'. >•<• ariliak Gubana %  \ H '• Cap! EaPJI P, l.l Ion* | . pi for : AMtn Nn VdMt R P* Til.Ml',Ii II I'AHTV'RES Bv U I r ST %  dj Ml Fort Amh*r-i I . "MIT Amhn.i Spcott. I MAKTIMw 1 I -I M VOHK '. .i.-i.ii.il 1...THTvitldPT Ihi' i>i!al KTUII> OrdijT, Ittl, which authoriMihrpe Un< pottnt dry inixlurrs. mill aVtUCB WPS UPU.I th la*t to. SHIPPING NOTICES Ginatlian Nalional Steamships %  1H I Nl. I.NCIEM Ml I lAUV MH Maatifal •P A. .. • Sept M Sept Ptaiba-., Bark**.. J Oat 4 "Jet S..II.HI..., -... mi Blocks and of any • nudC licfure Ft-tTiiary LADY RODNIY ivotnd _Bl I' RATES OF EXCHANGE N ;.bout Iht24th Scplen*l %  Q T r.vat A-d> : t \ .,.. arplcmtMi IS IP ..... Banker. Pi Draft. w a, i-. |. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-Arcnt.. SAGUENAY TERMINALS MAIL NOTICF i \\ Mil \N s| inn I. Kfi.m llnlilav. SS.4. Mt.iiiti-iil •IK I'I % I -IV I Ii -i NPBIN< 11 A.* \ U Am A..* \ pnv.f< I BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL TENDERS EOR SUPPLIES SEALED TENDEHS will be rpceived at Ihf Hospital up lo I2| o'emk noon on Wednesday. IBih Seplrinbrr. 1951. for Mipuivun; %  rtaetsa in UMJ MaOWUag linm for a period of six months from 1st CXiober. IMI:— (It FRESH BREAD (2) ALCOHOL (3) COFFINS, and prarMUuj MEAItSK I %  UM I nrltJ "( tl dead -l the Weslbur> l'ciiietft\ (4) PURE FRESH MII.K. between 100 and 200 pints ;i day : only. Forms for Ihe respective tenders will be mpptUd on ippUcatloa in tlu* Stcretary of the (Jeneral Hospital und li-ndris will not b. vnienatned except UHQI arc on forms Mipplu-d In llu llin.i.i. I Persons leridcrt/iu tnusl aubinil al llu* linu' n/ lifidern front lu*o other persons knou'n to potsetM property, npn irlIIliiaitem to ba^COrrMI bound as sureties for Ac (ulftbnriif of 0t* contract. Terms of contract and any further particular* may be obtained on application at the General Hospital u.a.Bi—'3n. &f IK Sl.KVKK. I.iv. rpoel .mil Qlaagow i *p> lad Ban api ll.rrpaal t.la.aoa Ir.l.. nrldj-laaw %  a, -.-. M %  OB i T IK Sc CONTINENTAL SI K\ H I IBJBIH P-II* t.ar.lrj \ril laadaa %  •*!•• rlrldclItarhad.. I AtfenlT. : PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone ITlll ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. Iin-h. Of—14lh 1 % N— 1*11 -.111 IN 111 PLVMOI IM AMI \ -H 1 1 1 r %  %  1 IPTAB 1... IMI 1. Itl 1 .1 l %  M.I. %  •JIB n ,. -II \ ilk— I4t>. wplfn.l.. i IMI. ON III 1 IM. II IKIMIIM. 1 .1. .M M-.II.M IT,IS V a .ipsi IMI T 1 IV,,. M. llltltll Ml-I 1 .. IPI1 nopRi IOP—BHh Pi>|ileinlvt IMI FRENCH LINE S Ml 1S(. lit t M.I IMI A I | \M %  OAM OONI 12nd SpI'I.TI. via >l Lu \I..itiii. i > t OlaOMBIK** Uth p nage to *• Club's t'liiiTii. •'.'-'-'-'-•--.--'-*-*--.*-*-*--*'----V'**-'**-* FURNITURE AUCTION AIRY HILL St. George TO-DAY of Mahopanv and other Furnitura %  %  IMT Hllhnan Ten I ait* M.06T1. 4 N.i tl i fticellent 11 % %  '' %  | 1 M s. .. and I pm. KldmI \ in. Oval. I "tun and 4 Car I Tab I*. Cabin*!* BHibiias. T>-. Ti.,ii,-v Beokihalv*. iiq.m CaHtU i i d Bark i Daoli %  >v .. : %  'M Boataaa*. Hal Hland. Swivel Office 1 rial Topped Writlns D**k DoubJ* llarl Tpbta 'Single D"*.ln|[ T.hlOlaU l.ip. Tripl* Mine W.haUnd. Pr Siiipla riedil. wiih Voro BprtnCS. T.ibira Wardri-be wiln lon( %  LptSM ILL Tin: Miiivi :N IUXOOAH1 i I.' %  .,,,t on* ano — Hnghoup* rtadiiii i I i Chblr Telephone Table an I Orai.i-' %  Wrtt' %  CBUIfe with Il'ii.i,nni:.i Cuahlona. i 1 1 %  Board*. CMKI r-aUttcd Bedroon. %  Table I Uat%  Filled Il M.ltrr... '..hie Blool. %  • Plate, 2 and rtalane* Sc... Cookar. Preaervins I Kitchen Uten.it*. Oardeti Tool* I %  %  I CASH : %  AUCTIONEERS im*mhimW*m*mm b CO. A F S F V \ Phone 4G40 Planlalions Bnildinu v////.^^'//,'/,V^*VVV/>'*VAV//V. %  .'. %  .'.v-v/-^^•/



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ESTABLISHED 1895 KS%. V St i itMlli % %  %  • %  '• PRICK FIVE Cl RUSSIA FEARS RE-ARMED GERMANY Soviets Drive To End Re-arnianienl Bv W. QUICK} FRANKFURT, September 18. SOVIET RUSSIA has begun another all out drive to block Western German re armament, accord ing to top ranking Allied officials here. In the beliel of these officials, one thing Russia fears more than anything else in Europe is a re armed Germany With the speed up of Big Three plans for the inclusion of Western German contingents in the European defence army, these sources predicted another full dress Soviet offensive by diplomatic and all other means short of an actual shooting war to block the re arming of Western Germany in any form whatsoever. Their predictions were based on at developmental— Firstly the renewed appeal by the Soviet controlled Ea*t German Government last Saturday for AllGerman election I i-Ttnany. a German peace m -I Of .ill occupation troops. Secondly, the article published last week by East German Com' 'i ess chief Albert Norden calling for "concession-k both •Ides" and proposing free election* under a secrecy guarantee throughout Germany. Thirdly, an open declaration of war on West German, re-armament i U Hist German Government during UM • In Berlin In August coupled with the call to BJ [ei nan Communists to use strikes, sabotage and other plans to wreck Bi Thl plans for Germany. FOurthly, the recent threat thai any Western Germans supporting European Army be con%  Fifthly, the recent Soviet note to France warning her of the con sequences of carrying through 'In European Army plan and the Schuman plan lor thl We %  I" Europe coal-aiaal pool Sixthly, the clamping down of the Soviet "hunger blockade" West Berlin's food njppth weeks ago. Th.' rei campaign •i 1*1 up of several month* Moscow's ertorb to block Colombia*:* First Eleefiid Qongw In Two Year A BOGOTA. Sept18. Officials said Colombia's first elected Congress m two years will convene October 12. with il H in and tJ Seriate aaati vacant. No candidate polled sulncieni votes for vacant seats in last Sunday's election which was boycotted bv the Liberal party. Conservativewon all othei scats—40 in the Senate and 11 In ahe House according to <\\ complete official returns Colombia has been without an gOOtod Congress sincr the prei I .literal Legislature was dissolved in 1949. Liberals abstained from Sun%  th" retaining of the martial law decree over the past two vears. —|\P. t nun Ml fltaWfaafl : OX Till: I \MI\4. W.I. Students Collect £548 For JVa Relief Fund LONDON. Sept. in The Jamaican Hurricane !(<•lief Fund has now received £548 Man Survives .7 II it I lei Wounds: A Cravktnl Skull A NEC;HO who eunrti bullet wounds and a batu testified Tuesday he a i $i'.100 to fiTOgni/ two Laundr* Union orgai tarn. Holton New bold's rame in the trial of D nc-k*. alias Kayo, and Isaac, both I phargjad with shooting Bg hint for ill .in alOQel a canal here last February 2H New bold was working with Kaye and Isaac last arbiter in trying to organise laundry employees ban Mi*in, — A Royal Dutch Airnes DC. S passenger pi Men and foui as reported missing on a flight from Rio %  I I search | Recovered Bli Stafford Crtpna, former Untisii Chancellor of the i bai made a "highly reeovei | i tubercular bone disease which forced him to resign from the doctor* saia. The physician D: Liechti. said tests now showed no trace of the malady. Lost — One General General Jean I>e Lattre De Tasslgny. expert at finding and "hipping Communists in the jungles of usttoctune, go) kail In the ivn. tagon to-day. He was rescued however by a I 1 S • !' navigation The n I De Tassigns arrlvad at bu deennation only 10 minutes lat War Preventive QUf an Juliana if the Nl Lherlandj enpo %  %  %  fldcnce that comtnoi. .!,.(,,„, wov provenl i "new world catastrophe the new •estslon ol Parliament. In the traditional Speech from th* Throne ti % %  v intertiatinn.il co-operation WBI %  %  %  rralse In' I commends the efforts, of Atlanta Alliance countries at the Oltaw; treat UK Ing plans for greater armies and .i.... .i._ _* -„i _-. .__ 'l-ondon during the showing %  ol are u n : — -ilntnt Sovietthal ihe many climaxed a month's long campaign <>f threats by calling for a BIB Four Four Ministers conference to dis• r questions. But by the time Foreign MlnlaMtl DapUtMl met in Peril Ol) March 5. the HIP peared to hav e decided that as a result of Allied differences, the danger WM farther away than they bad thought and after "f Him depleting the damage done by the recent nui leant Over £75.000 had been ollectod up to this .-ilternoon for the relief funri in addition to some £25,000 already focwsrdad to the Jamaica Government by business firms and private individuals In toll country. Total is made up Of C ft 1.250 .. ...... ...... w w u m % % %  .. ....i ollOCted I" Mnii law Hank. 74 abortive sessions, the con-1 igo.ouo bo the Wast India Con :i M no* broke down without even! nrntaa, and k2.ooo bg Kieeini; on an agenda .—U.P. banks receiving donations. 24-Hour General Strike In Italy ROME. Sept. 18. Italian Oovernimnt business will cease for 2* hours at midnight toniht when 1,500.000 state workers quit jobs in a nationwide strike to supporl the demand for higher wages. Trains scheduled to leevve il the time of the strike will QOl loavi' the itntioni while tralnj already running stop at midnight sharp at the nearest important station. ~ Post Oltloc. telephone and telegraph workers' will continue operatlcn on skeleton st ifts while other state servants including street swoepcri. garbage collectors and tax offices will remain closed throughout Wednesday. a last minute appeal bv acting Premier AttUto PI nk I Italy's three big Labour Unions. 1 two non-Communist and one entinlv Communist controlled have I issued word that the iMkO be staged 1 .P. TO-DAY'S WEATHER CHART Sunrise: fi:fio a.m. 3nn**t: ft.02 p.m. Moon; Full Lighting: 61)0 p.m. Pull Tide: 6 10 a.m. 557 pn. Low Tide. 11.38 a.m. Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund THE FUND go*forward by leap* ami bound", as soother 1300 found its way into it. Thl* ** p*arheaded by a donation of 1240 by Plants tionLtd.. a fin* rumple to Uio* big buMn***e* which have not yet tent in their gift. Every cant I" urfently needed, sad assail or great donations are welcome St either of the Banks or at tae ofOce of thin newspaper HAVE YOU HELPED' Tae opportunity call* to you again to-day Hurry and anawer the call The Jamaicans are %  uffennr, -•nlTenng* that increase a* bate passes. Bring in your assistance to-day m \J.MSK etai T %  il i iu <• iw GIVE ALL YOU [AN House Viininl Employmenl A<1. Bill INK Ho (till t A \ Cl en A i Act ot Imph rrieni trie leti %  m. t. iiintaM and UH 'I industry nnrtton "t 'yourej I I Uitulea the t'on 1 entien. as amend' pteri al ihe list scssloi 'i tin Intern itlonal I -• i 1948 to, the 1919 C vaniloni i [| and in braluh U t Principal Act 1 "i to the nigiii i ''ivi -titlotr %  "' % % %  ft" "ii.ght %  aa a> lo allow lot working hours, to be Hxod arbb I ind at the %  wrlU be conalah i the Convention. ii <• Cununlaa noved the dim "' Iha Hill and t L Walcoti %  econded r W A 'i- thai the anten dm ai I did %  uj ii Ho am lad n> no j>Mi\iMnti ami gaade protection i<( Denmark Blocks Turkey And Greece OTTAWA, aeptcmb.-v 18. THE seventh session of the NATO Council neaied its end on Tuesday as official sources reported that work on the final conference communique tad already started. i The conference is expected to adjourn sometime, on Thursday with a communique ready for relea>t in the early afternoon. — P.:.:, the jidmlK."""! 0/ 0 kpv WH not rcenj irbrfc. other IJ / laken up while theI • I If 1MP quwl A'hplnuait "Beware Of Imposters" UM/.N WARNS US. MB LENNOX BOYD (l.'tt .crcinRMM by Ml DniiL. Vau K li. Oo..mor-. ADOna%M .U Hon.. ot l-.l.l.turr ftwraM Allies Dig Out Stubborn Reds polio victim Aachet Novak arrlx %  d at Idieuiiii An ruin. Uraal ti Hal use of hi* left leg which war itoicBwn U jno Brown haired, brown eyed Aachei Novak war accompanied %  %  Novak en rm:K PAKE. -A Fifth Avama i i %  store "i N< "Arnold Constable" — Offend on hieaday ho aand %  !" %  > i I 1-r-. f i ." %  to an] sol vti'Cin.iii in .^e relative wfi ptore and nipplj hai i address. The it .inrmunced H part of ibj 126th anniversary i-clebmtion. III.>I nun .inline i iiTic in i-.i.-Ltiu UH i •'!' ,"'.!! %  IV. Ii, • %  rv.rt^.n nr*t t '^j. |limp^" BU T BWwn t "operation klller ri Uong tliawl, central Attliee Visits T/w King May Ask For Dissolution LONDON. Sept 1M Prime I ingamanli t" %  %  Klni to laj %  ""' 'I"' i*i ulatlon % %  .lii i-k th.King to diesolve Parllamanl call a new geaeral al* I There war. no i %  do so. The Prlna Mlnarbtr regularl] llld be exI, ; from hi?, i i I of stale. But peretsf nl eka t kx lent aatn drama t( Attlee's audi%  gjithenng outside No 18 Ok Prtrra Minister %  nanlrnooa m agreeini thai Attlee • statement n I i*ay or another. The labour pai I mel eonventlon ta I lection excitement ha Attlee can BaVael %  th;it he iii dl nexrelertion dab U ngh!"If he doe* not clmnet to challengo W i %  % % %  Chu attvai now. the iMrty i nie will wan) lo know If the Pnii..M the King today to ment the news m;iv b.know-n in the next few days —I'.P EIGHTH ARMY HK VDQUAHTERS, Km... S. | U s and South Koreat troops dun ull < diehard H< flame : i a'%  nels .n .. new aC< mmu "little SicKlriel line"*, in ca.-u-rn Koreu liv.'tons anrl Ihe South if f theli I uiui eastern front* . het. pataJe. %  • n of th died early today mostlv of buraa U lu'ved thai the body anothei man was hurit t r. Ue IS %  %  %  Artillri • 11 ; %  %  i With fl %  i i ... \ Hill. Taken %  %  day Thi i %  right imt taila i %  i dent the Allied SJ Ml till s. Maria to-hand baW I o boun 40 mil %  aih Korean Kutt i %  %  I hold ... V i %  %  %  %  %  Ised %  %  ..... • or K M i r Kiissiu ('.an A-HOIIIII 20Or30U.S.Citlefl —Senutor McMahon WASHINGTON Bepl i it i i. n %  Co n g r essional %  %  wuh atomic boa I %  on tl.e %  atornli the is. l Trumi.ii -..i,l iQnClaj U Amarti ana often taave laken adi IIIIIMIHI and [car ol pretci n whu-h .' M a "Wl "' %  || addreea, tni Piei i .-t.-i to ArMiui -iPreund, Chairmen el h e .'nii.ir,.,l l„i -t-i tlini i)l th. V .run ll.ii A ..< %  -l.iln'i, rhe led. i ..rend ..t .i p.inel utm protection ..f pregnant, dtscuaaton >• UM "protection of ';'",'" . I,, dividual light*, and Oovern raajulaWlrnani securiti in im %  %  ' % %  % %  ght wink r.-i rouna paraona an try, Thi particula Ing with tin o wenl n httie hirtha nd suggested maternity protaeion i>n woman employi ih .i i," Inatanea IIMl, when they were Inlrod ng a slmilur Mill, thev uirludiil provision lo artord malernlt n t,i anmn %  thiv ytmr I IJUIii..(i. ( %  n Add...lo Hii BxceU ill priltcipkai under which the invention Itaall can opaeaaa Till Address reads: nn paga 3 Britain Gives Jamaica rMta> 1 id-.. IBJNOSTt N .i ... Banl in %  i. lorn Oovi rnParllamantafy %  %  i M MOO i,. Is ooi : rehoualng < i: a.too.."ii iival i i' i.r.oo,. ntoroat rrai II .i,itn t: %  ...nl K attar* ly toUoiwad UM return to the gdami .,,, Baturdaj or tinHon. Robert Newton. Pir %  i>.. went n> i -., aftai "IIdj hit Januicii to Iha approval of the U K Qov%  i %  d tan up i ( Ihe Jamaica Government I r the pre ; %  %  indi -on be DUMK i i, induati > Bnd it I' ln1 ... fnrtli.l t l.OtiO.OOn towards resteak for when ..i forgel . %  %  In th. i Hurricane Relief fund is pi be quark mark ana is b> j iieii r iredually pty upon arrival of tents l %  to pool pet on until UM mouth %  nmeni will -on'•ntrale mainly on rohoustOg raraaBsUtagaka. %  %  •The green i-ni -' sot u i which %  ot r s makaa It new M I i.Mil i, itionnl socurltj moaaurai dirai i ed agaiti>i treaso n eap*< ,K. .HI. aul thej ,,,antirali adequate nt tipi HI, nl Umea in which we live," Ti ,II,I added ITuft.i tuii.iti'l' i-ery crisis which requlrei i%  i"i action t' prott IT n% gi'iii'i.it. hai the lurl 11adorn irhich g IOIH.1llll.tl Ion "HI take in an alrnoi an i > ol .in BtB i 1 '" '• iew, dlrlereni oi avai %  i, ,mp>Ail..ot'. The All l-lA.'I, portant when the move Western Alluincdeelslon Unanimous act), fin mada bg tt* i.i.'i Kraft. %  v. itii Ci penhagOTi %  %  N. S*pt IH. ftM ii-m Tui daj and .. nt t.. iii. White llouae i 10,844401,171 nuliury %  lion Mill th.d in, ludl i ilng .if .oi baaai within bombtnd %  r ..id Itghtei bacea II... i most of thiIon I S in.Ins %  %  i, Houi %  whk h i revtouab had M rove i ti,.awa ura Ii ,n, rent fo %  %• al on i" the ...ini.i,.mi g .tinl |,v S.i\..t.. ,iiul lloohe ii. lonata %  pprovad it Aetual fund* tfll the prOjOOl Will have to It" 1 — II.P. ,lt)|M'H Slirri'il For EioiiiiiiiiiProgNM In l^atin-Anis'rii'a n. HAHKY W ANT/ WASHINGTON. Sept 18. t of the Board Inb itona B ink an I run.i I,.l " •• Kliri.-d h.-iHfoi accektretad progrera in the eeoiii n vakaprnent al Hi mkmh) ra ounhrkM of recognition and goodwill loward i luri Orwrt f| tfia meet.ng ImpUed ,, onomk strength in COfdng -• *' sMi.lioi, is. Mi %  i .. %  n %  %  • i1 %  were hlghlj pk H iracka Lefei of Brazil as Chairman of th* Oot •rnors ol UM World Bank, and Kugenlo Oudin II Chairmen "t the Board of tin %  I 1 of the Mexico t it v In Bepteml i laed Iho trend leeognltlon of Latin Ai IT. The "ADVOCATE" pay* (or Nl WS Dial 3113 Day or Night Campaign Is On To Get Russia Sign Treaty With Austria YIKNNA S< The vW-dein Powers ienevvf.1 I he i grj|| Union tosiiin the long delayad Auatrien A list r mv. Governim nt Itself may teJce ttk I afore tne United Nation Bui IIexpect* tinRuagUi tregty In Ihe mail future. ted Btati on will f,.i | .it th %  %  %  %  %  The So% let Union if ex| %  ,. i • f u Mill in ,i pute i." i %  i %  will • %  '%  in ti. II eke UM the A oo the BOlutlon Of the Trieste %  I i solutl I thi !'. pul. Foreign ,' U.N. WiU Guarunlen \outraility Of Kamong TOKYO Sept lg. one Command i put guarantee*00 K lUt) Into writing I. Corainunlets ri-.iirTie erriUeiloa I..IkTh*^ral Ridgway'i, Supreme H ;ts prmpects seemed to be t>right.-nmi(. Of the truce P nngyangj %  muni-l retWrdajTl r.ew-psper %  • Bsrbsao* Co op (hinew and the North Korean Cotton rscMir Ml. ihoald hsee read "Blsff of Bio* Co-op Oattan rae>'Oe>varncnanu ,";iied propaganda turj-' *attacks on United Nation* Com%  '.ly meant thai otaat v-'. ild be %  Korean %  %  ler of t hines. | IgWay'S offer to %  %  ler rv lateot offer to r< Sew Vinlulion ru> certain thing wn thai %  i • illegaUon >>f i %  taming on -' neutral zom message did i rarly r r. ;i #.flre talks.^ A n:< —l'-r*. ncll ir that H Ian i-iwers a 11 idclng ilgnatun ihe Waetern reaolutlon would iMI worded that Ruamlani would iilher have to approve the tiealv n i :, i puhliely yie^ On out want to five Autrla a .So s. parale Treaty U i Karl Orubor HO has bf^-n thinking foj rnonthl .he reso'h.Big Four Anl nd arlthAt pre %  .Ith.iiiifh %  %  %  r-reause that would in %  u-uthe nation to be iplit si Oert r. GrOM IdiMilifios INilit'ciutii Vi'foiiipliffs NI'.W Y'JHK. Sapt, 16. Bookmaki I in court today each "i the 18 poUcemen charged with <.plitti)i K 91,000,000 ui fees to btlng an | %  %  conaplracy trial ..r uapenrk I .. ualata astrtd Julius IL I' inni. thi %  -••< d aatroui • o a h charged with aiding mid protaetmg his Raii-hliiii. torn f.n | At UM proierutor s oueviion | iry l>o< halting gquarely in front of the %  aem .u fmrni. %  "Nat" A i. 'i name grim-faced and %  <. %  Whmi I with the highest rank. | jra -Mil eat ilepsi'.-l iioin leehnique. calling out Inspa,tvr ri%-iin" -TJ r.



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PACK TWO BARB Qa/db Calling ADVOCATE \\i rM NIIVV ^i I'll \II.I i; i P M.EH .<• St Vincent n I orl \m>n-r-l was Mr. A d*K Fran-, cultural Adviser to tht I I In tha Weal M h. chair at ' Ihe S* Vinrrnt Land B and will established ith the Colonial 11 I It ran l. %  Ion ill lake %  % lifting snnio of •lit centre carrying oul ll mule) in %  i %  %  permits DM Snair Land Setllemenl Estate tin Cnrtnan I i ine r. nedli Had Pleasant Memories M Professor Of Botany M H It I I) HAKKH p %  i Botan) %  ll Trinidad, return. '""''" B nrlitr Mr*. I riigltind. (jgj QI '' York. the Mr (.,,.. I'C sprn' in U.K. To Join Her Husband IKAXJ nor tore* JulU'l" ILfM Mm. Daisy Barn II* SJ& OeeMe Honda) evening t. r Ti 1944 .li much impressed by UN mmM wlmh she noticed on n r among th t impfOI' Latboui Parts in the House oi and tha tdvano in %  i. jnd who u working '.v %  ',(,....,, „ L ,„ ...i,,,;,,, htuan flro*.. %  Canadian Company. -i nominated mem-, of the legislative Council in Circnada and a prominent plant-' i-r of thai ad here on i.ornmu in the Lady NeUan and left OB afotsdaj afejhi lot Canada where he i ; r v hi* wife tldrm taart Mm ltoujfiaa, foitna lawarlaJ c rattsrtitng Canada with the f..inil>. Ha was %  pending %  holsna} with them in Harrtaonlan. Mr Philnusej to Bari mtU !:• %  •• iii* anH residing m Grenada. Hi told C.irih that he had always looked forward to his visits here He most of the intercolonial rrickct playe-l .M KI .mil always had very pleasant %  1 ..i bit ileaving the %  .. ihorl but daWaal IndJaf, be will surely miss n| the boys in action at the ,. ,. c . Sumiay to return to m Medico ror Antigua era m^|ii. ii i>. WEATHKRHKAI %  net i.i Dunn tune I %  1Y1 who la still on leave prior tni from hi* duties as ivai last in Barbados in LMroclo. of Medical Services in North H> :neo. left for Antifua on |M OI id.' B MS Lad. Nelson. H %  lafca up • appointment H 8— 1 0 Medical Officer. back To St. Lucia C 'ol HUC IAMBS, Supermi tandeot ol POUM Bt Lucta, returned to St. Lucia on Monday Financial SVr clary M ir. I a B BURBOWI ted Flnanci.i: and Mrs Burrowes are no*badaa after spending .'ihday in British Guiana. Mr. Burrowes expect* to take up -*S until hll new duties from October 1. Trinidad Typist R KTIHMM; to Trio Monday evening by BJ.WJ A was Miss Erma Gilbert, typist at Piarco. She spent three weeks" holiday here staying! al Mi. M MOW < IB1 Barbadian Visits Hon.e lightlul t Oft To The U.S.A. O FF 1 in Use K.M.S. I.sdy Nelson ..,, nigh) wen Ifj f M ShilMomof -.* Uin i .'ford & %  r.,. Boilciton and I stone. They baVa gone up to the USA (or i holiday. Attending School In Canada M ISS TONI BROWNK ter of Mr and Mrs Carlton Browne of si. U left for Canada on Monday night by the H.MS IJKI> NaSssM tend 1 1 c Tr.il.iU.ti Finishl i .i apecUrJ word of pralSC night in the R.MS. Lady Nelson f.,i Mi John I an 1 after spending n few days here OoodwUI i %  tying at tha H i • % %  | ( ( la has promised him a station wagHe *•* accompanied by his wife with the •"%  < %  daughter who work ot tl %  Bab] I racbe. This Mon< .he explalnnd to CM MM .-'i i Mi BjT| i %  iere some years ago. Bha tttorougbl) anjoyad .i BOBin a) Bathahabn, and expressed %  %  .. b 111 favoui oi the buUdlng of the East ( Road. Her son. \-ivi;m (>.,< ..!., \i,,>i, an old ConibOfB i Dtatriet Attorney in Washtnfftoi Back To Trinidad lis Mil HABL LAIN. M the S.S. OaMtai from England where thev had licvn on holiday. L.A.V. Hoatess A ITKR spending eight dsjl bollday in Barbados, Miss Aimre Baena, hostess of L A. V in I'm 1-nf-Spain, returned Trinidad on Monday ewenlni b) H.W.I A She was staying i "Accra". Itockley, Back From U.K. Holiday \ ITtat an abeence of um months in the United K Brought Son To School M H JUUO MOLINA. VeneConsul in British (iiii*na who had come over lo put his son Rudolph into school at idge, left over the week-1 < arocaa on a short. Mr will be returning to Barbados before going back lo Bntish Guiana. While here Mr. Molina was staying at "Accra", Horkley. After Five Month* M H AND MRS. P. D. McDEHMOTT and then daughter I A. McDermott, returned i tn Barbados on Monday morning' I s f.olNlo from Fnglaiui w here th<-v had been on five I months' holiday. Mr. Mc Dcrmott Is resident partnei of the firm of Fiti Pat-| lick Graham ic Co., Chartered. Accountants. To Take Up Appointment A RRIVING from England *iy the i s.s Oiggjla on Monday | morning were Rev. and Mrs. <; L. FYoat. Rev Froat has corns to take up an appointment as Superintendent Minister of the Ebenezer Methodist Church in Si. Philip. Before coming to Barbados, he was with the Methodist Church in India and in Gambia, West Afrna Paid Visit Home M H s McCUNE. a missionary Ol BalfWrt, Ireland, is now back HI Barbados after paying a holiday visit to his home. He arnvi-d on Monday morning by tae (MNto and is staying at the Hotel Royal I M V I it I i.nwn #*;.vf.vr. ro-nw al H..IO p.m. Undtr the Dutinguuhed PatronamItBCJF the Governor and Lady Savage ALSO THURSDAY AT 8.3 I KID AY AT 4.45 and 11.30 sTIi**/V# till running to book tor . II O V i TOKAY ,.nd TIIMOHKIIH LSI nid HI", Oilumb'a All Action Double WARNED BAXTER in •SI.I TK #*#;.v#i#• VI#.I %  i %  •• AMI QBNI AUTRY, KINO OF THE COWBOYS In •• UOUAM II is in i(i/t} ITS \( I HIS XVlll I IKI IT. I Hill A Y ("ill' I 4 M .mil si:. •Hi.STY SAVES I LIFE" "LAST OF THE HI It ML A" OPENING 9ATUBDAY 149 fWg 111 School m Montreal. She was 1*1 V-slatant Manager. *" '" L|1 Montreal. Dr. and Mt lilTiiMMo Trinidad, returned to %  '• Massiah returned on Monday To Live In Canada Canada for aboul Trinidad on Monday evening m ihe Elders and Pyflas ss. <;alnto %  %  ding s hoUdftj i %  s the was accompanied h\ bar lhree> WHS s 11 KVKIVN of Plnft Id chUdreti ^ T1 ^ " 'ft*' "" Saw Son tiraduate moniing by T.CA DM m*it*; \t uaatsi Canada. She has now none to M EL )„ n 10 is %  Join her husband in Otta. a. Mrs. Evelyn was n by her three children. |g Iney and Barnadett iing by the s.s <;nito. Dr. M.ivsiah '"id Carib lhal had a very lnleresting nol enjoyed a vary sniooOi trip buck ',. II llj : %  '! %  Spent Four MontKs M RS. L B. SHIKl.llS -if l!-i, Wie". UPIHT Bay Street win I AH of Port Trinidad wh>. ... lo th.UK. b) Wltnea Bad ben residing tn Barbados tor Ihe aradu.itiMii .f her son Di ihe past ten year.. p'Ul .1 foiirpanled v.l Ma ih was Intransll In (he nmlh holiday visit I,. England 1 Ann, ss. f.oint* in: M bq Drom and raturnad by 'lit BM Galitoon Rnglnnd. Monday morning. tl/Z./Y/fU tlll.l \I\: MacA Gels A View ,. th Toles, Is iing for divorce. NEW VTORK The invitation General DOUKlas MocArtui expected to the %  the Allies never arrived. Mi 1 In hll New York office. The nearest he rould get to the %  1 nice was through T\ • etrolenm The chemist walked to MM instead of taking a pel vehicle. HOLIDAY HHt SAI.KS ( I STOMEftg who just will n t bay nti can are going to i the deaf In St. Louis. Missouii the N a s h-Mssoiin CorOO dnrovra in %  moo TV set with avarj saloon And a Plttsburg .alesman promised a fortnights holkti Atlantic City fAmerica's Black* p >u] tn each purenaaar of a •acond-haiitt lorry. He did not S sale. VOICE OF FREEDOU A CAMPAIGN to rakM tl.250.000 for Radio free Europe 1 the Iron Curtain bi Qeneial llaerihowei op trie radio from Paris to D Head of the %  ; ,1 Lucius Clay, for m %  1 Unib Stab llltary ehiaf la WANTJ D—A f.i AKANTKI: PKKs|\ > M .ikltiit petrol troni to do it. bul ll has alwayi too expaj Now Ihe S.v Y of F (' % % % %  Isdt offers I million to build a plant and itarl produeUoa Thag Mk onl> one ihmg— guarantee from 0 eminent 10 buy the pctrol-lronieoal at .1 Oxejd price until I02. 1 %  Qovan 'lent is thinking %  MEDICAL srvENTEEN of 47 doctors reportiruj for military duty .it Plrsl 1 KlQuartara Mlad physical examinations. IN niF. SWIM rHI TONOAl 1 Hll 1REN Bubba Bvi K .'iiotng to make 1 ot not being allowed la swim Ihe Channel. Hollywood reports the; nave been lured in appeal in 1 hip s'.irrtng swimmer Bathe] Williams, I.U.IIT IM ll MAJUE M\Rll I'WNI IWO, fell int. nidi Hide well in th garden of her bo She w;is bapptd 11 (eel down with water up lo her shouldera, It look four hour*' digging to net Marie out 1 'Id. Out safe. IMMW AT THEUJ. \i THE STAG'S 111 All. fr'at I.I% 11 :i .ii M I.&00). Connecticut, is Ihe refuge Toiie' durini Hli wife bl< nda ex-n 1 %  1 lUi complaint: Thoug ., millionalra (he Inherited an on fortune), he ntanla her 1eivs P Uiell L 14.000 mansion <>n Nina Uland Sound, go to Fid become a shnmn*Aahar with hnn .,< %  %  .• %  1t11i1.1i .1 I.I> She further cornplal! making the Btagft H II inatead of <"' %  n 11 01 TIIKKKDSTAK THE LWESIKiAllO.-M of Comtnuniam m Hollywood by ine i nAmerican Activities Commiitae oi Congraai is being IHI>:, ... lion in near-by Ban nun iias would be available mi Hollywood 1 bay si %  • %  1 m on Orotnyko. AIR UKT A HOIST capable of lifting HI ions will bo attached in .1 no* %  node! Dakota aln raft h wlii take in cargo from the rear whik the plane 1being unloaded (roan th,. nose ov Till: HOUSE THE MAN walked into a bar a. Unnsvilli'. Kentucky, and said In was a Government agent check big on adulterated whisky. "Pou ma two from that bottle." he tolt the barman. He anlftod each drink carefully Ihen drank up. "I'll be back t. check the othars,*' ha said, n tinik the bamanag long tune to reall had had two on U* B.B.C. RADIO PROGRAMME 1100 IRM -. A'liilvtim M — U 1. 11 -* %  St.'r I Thr N'.v Opm Th.Hr-.. < 10 p Si lOSM nip in Busbv Lsagus r"''"" ll p i.i Slai Tinw. 4 SO m \rrhir 1 00 p in Cnnpiwi' •>' <" %  i. S IS p m ('ompowr* lor 4 OU p n. KV BM Ihr Kr>. S IS S 4B a %  r.f.Ml*. S U p m Tuday'i IM — i-r U M g| ST M T M p i.i Th* Nr.. 7 10 p m Ne>M n th* Wl T *j %  % %  *w*aair| i W aaisresl, s is P PI isAmuee. :,-, ,: %  mi BdUi i..n. W p.m. r >".-(• • v v in fiuhBWrtMl ..I tloii"10 Of* p m Th> NPI in K r MI ininlude. 10 IS p m Cm Pvoplr 10 U p m MM-Werfc T.<:k < Ii • PROCRAHMK wruNr-soAY. appi n. itsi 14 Sf p in IS p ifl THE NEWS lb SO p tn UiUp in. CANADIAN (1IHOMCI g lit) Me W THE HILARIOUS COMEDY AT EMPIHE TIIE1 iin: AIICI. IlllJIX" BY BARBADOS DRAMATIC CI.UB BOX OFFICE OPENS DAILY i ii. %  i-.ii & Bines $1,511; Cirili91.21): House 72c. Bulruny 48c. From ii.in. lo 12 muni and 1.3D pin. In :! :)u p.m. BOOK NOW!! ALL SEATS RESERVED UNDER THE BUCK FUG THEY ROUE! ^'MSAmm i F&}\ I LM MAiflPHY • M Wm %  BB* DuVHMI %  Sat BSffi (Wn CURTIS %  Maul mil • IKMI9 LW %  MB KD lim TOIIHGEB 1 \*f* ATH CLI'H I l\i:>l.\ (MembeoOn IIIMI.III HI INI IISIIW Ml,II I ..ll In MATIM.F.. TOIIW M .-, p.m. ROBERT MITCHIIM h \: i ll DOMES i i Arm: RAJMR %  WHCU li\M,lli LIVES" An HKO iiiuiio Pidura OI'EMMi SATl'RDAY 4,15 i..l K.:lll Jjhc story of Valeric and Ben ttofjm-HU if/iy who iiciergniT II/I and the (j;V/ 11/10 never let him I HOY A I. TO-DAY si inMiiKiim 4.3S A HIS OLYMPIC 111 \t.\\ \ i'lMdKKOU 4.30 ft 8.15 | a I • * (.HI \l lilt Nil %  Rupert and Sitree re r — 26 i. i > • la. • II Clark GABLE — Spencer TRACY Action l> In Danula i.KKKfK JESSE i.nrf PBANK JAMES ii..I,. Again i.itli UM YOUNGER BROS.. :i. Suddle I'uK Opening GLOBE Friday OUTLAVt'S AND THEIR WOMEN! HiiMM hnd. um ssjlH on in* Tim loudly "Oh. dcj-. 1 tn i ui kraaiw smelt h* tedie Ind shefctf. Cufimg ap n iomf no;: k>nst '•" •'* 1 "! 1 | i.l liavlH.A 1 I diets Hrk'i rtsrd v h h lesse iik* turn mjkri Sim larn. *".! ibsra. liotnmK M h.m. ird. i nil bluk I| *m,>'i( tht i'r*' hf i on< i-Mii %  l*(* parrel • ui-oi jrmrd ih • Baser* ll.*MV> (|uillity \ In HIM. 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Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Wednesday, September 19, 1951
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ESTABLISHED 1895
KS%. V St i itMlli ' ' '
PRICK FIVE Cl
RUSSIA FEARS RE-ARMED GERMANY
Soviets Drive To
End Re-arnianienl
Bv W. QUICK}
FRANKFURT, September 18.
SOVIET RUSSIA has begun another all out drive
to block Western German re armament, accord
ing to top ranking Allied officials here. In the beliel
of these officials, one thing Russia fears more than
anything else in Europe is a re armed Germany
With the speed up of Big Three plans for the
inclusion of Western German contingents in the
European defence army, these sources predicted
another full dress Soviet offensive by diplomatic
and all other means short of an actual shooting war
to block the re arming of Western Germany in any
form whatsoever.
Their predictions were based on
at developmental
Firstly the renewed appeal by
the Soviet controlled Ea*t German
Government last Saturday for All-
German election
I i-Ttnany. a German peace
m -I Of .ill
occupation troops.
Secondly, the article published
last week by East German Com-
' 'i ess chief Albert Norden
calling for "concession-- k both
Ides" and proposing free election*
under a secrecy guarantee through-
out Germany.
Thirdly, an open declaration of
war on West German, re-armament
i U Hist German Government
during Um In Berlin
In August coupled with the call to
BJ [ei nan Communists to use
strikes, sabotage and other plans
to wreck Bi Thl
plans for Germany.
FOurthly, the recent threat
thai any Western Germans sup-
porting European Army be con-

Fifthly, the recent Soviet note
to France warning her of the con
sequences of carrying through 'In
European Army plan and the
Schuman plan lor thl We ' I"
Europe coal-aiaal pool
Sixthly, the clamping down of
the Soviet "hunger blockade"
West Berlin's food njppth
weeks ago.
Th.' rei campaign
i 1*1 up of several month*
Moscow's ertorb to block
Colombia*:* First
Eleefiid Qongw
In Two Year a
BOGOTA. Sept- 18.
Officials said Colombia's first
elected Congress m two years
will convene October 12. with il
H in and tJ Seriate aaati
vacant. No candidate polled suln-
cieni votes for vacant seats in
last Sunday's election which was
boycotted bv the Liberal party.
Conservative- won all othei
scats40 in the Senate and 11
In ahe House according to
<\\ complete official returns
Colombia has been without an
gOOtod Congress sincr the pre-
i I .literal Legislature
was dissolved in 1949.
Liberals abstained from Sun-

th" retaining of the martial law
decree over the past two vears.
|\P.
t nun Ml fltaWfaafl :
OX Till: I \MI\4.
W.I. Students
Collect 548 For
JVa Relief Fund
LONDON. Sept. in
The Jamaican Hurricane !(<-
lief Fund has now received 548
Man Survives
.7 II it I lei Wounds:
A Cravktnl Skull
a nec;ho who eunrti
bullet wounds and a batu
testified Tuesday he a i
$i'.100 to fiTOgni/
two Laundr* Union orgai
tarn.
Holton New bold's
rame in the trial of D
nc-k*. alias Kayo, and Isaac, both
I
phargjad with shooting
Bg hint for ill .in alOQel
a canal here last February 2H
New bold was working with
Kaye and Isaac last arbiter in try-
ing to organise laundry employees
ban
Mi*in, A Royal Dutch Air-
nes DC. S passenger pi
Men and foui
as reported missing on a flight
from Rio
I
I search
|
Recovered Bli Stafford Crtpna,
former Untisii Chancellor of the
i bai made a "highly
reeovei | i
tubercular bone disease which
forced him to resign from the
doctor* saia.
The physician D:
Liechti. said tests now showed no
trace of the malady.
Lost One General
General Jean I>e Lattre De Tas-
slgny. expert at finding and "hip-
ping Communists in the jungles
of usttoctune, go) kail In the ivn.
tagon to-day.
He was rescued however by a
I1 S !'
navigation The n
I
De Tassigns arrlvad at bu dee-
nnation only 10 minutes lat
War Preventive QUf an Juliana
if the Nl Lherlandj enpo
fldcnce that comtnoi.
.!,.(,,, wov provenl i "new
world catastrophe
the new estslon ol Parliament.
In the traditional Speech from th*
Throne ti v
intertiatinn.il co-operation WBI

rralse In' I
commends the efforts, of Atlanta
Alliance countries at the Oltaw;
treatUk
Ing plans for greater armies and
.i.... .i._ _*....... -i _-.------,.__ 'l-ondon during the showing -*
ol are u n
: -ilntnt Soviet-
thal ihe
many
climaxed a month's long campaign
<>f threats by calling for a BIB Four
Four Ministers conference to dis-
r questions.
But by the time Foreign
MlnlaMtl DapUtMl met in Peril
Ol) March 5. the Hip
peared to have decided that as
a result of Allied differences,
the danger WM farther away
than they bad thought and after
_ "f
Him depleting the damage
done by the recent nui leant
Over 75.000 had been ol-
lectod up to this .-ilternoon for
the relief funri
in addition to some
25,000 already focwsrdad to the
Jamaica Government by business
firms and private individuals In
toll country.
Total is made up Of C ft 1.250
.. ...... ...... wwum .. ....- i ollOCted I" Mnii law Hank.
74 abortive sessions, the con-1 igo.ouo bo the Wast India Con -
:i m no* broke down without even! nrntaa, and k2.ooo bg
Kieeini; on an agenda .U.P. banks receiving donations.
24-Hour General
Strike In Italy
ROME. Sept. 18.
Italian Oovernimnt business will cease for 2* hours at mid-
night toniht when 1,500.000 state workers quit jobs in a
nationwide strike to supporl the demand for higher wages.
Trains scheduled to leevve il the time of the strike will QOl
loavi' the itntioni while tralnj already running stop at mid-
night sharp at the nearest important station.
~ Post Oltloc. telephone and tele-
graph workers' will continue oper-
atlcn on skeleton st ifts while other
state servants including street
swoepcri. garbage collectors and
tax offices will remain closed
throughout Wednesday.
a last minute appeal bv
acting Premier AttUto PI.....nk
I Italy's three big Labour Unions.
1 two non-Communist and one en-
tinlv Communist controlled have
I issued word that the iMkO
be staged 1 .P.
TO-DAY'S WEATHER
CHART
Sunrise: fi:fio a.m.
3nn**t: ft.02 p.m.
Moon; Full
Lighting: 61)0 p.m.
Pull Tide: 6 10 a.m. 557 pn.
Low Tide. 11.38 a.m.
Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund
THE FUND go*- forward by leap* ami bound", as soother 1300 found
its way into it. Thl* ** p*arheaded by a donation of 1240 by Plants
tion- Ltd.. a fin* rumple to Uio* big buMn***e* which have not yet
tent in their gift.
Every cant I" urfently needed, sad assail or great donations are wel-
come St either of the Banks or at tae ofOce of thin newspaper
HAVE YOU HELPED'
Tae opportunity call* to you again to-day Hurry and anawer the
call The Jamaicans are uffennr, -nlTenng* that increase a* bate passes.
Bring in your assistance to-day

m
\J.MSK
etai t
il i
iu < iw
GIVE ALL YOU [AN
House Viininl
Employmenl
A<1. Bill
INK
Ho
(till t
A \
Cl en A
i
Act ot Imph rrieni trie leti
m. t. iii- ntaM
and Uh
'i industry
. nnrtton "t 'yourej
I
I
Uitulea the t'on1 entien. as amend'
pteri al ihe list scssloi
'i tin Intern itlonal I -
i 1948 to, the 1919 C
vaniloni i [| and in
- braluh U t Principal
Act
1 "i to the nigiii
i ''ivi -titlotr

"'' ft" "ii.ght aa a> lo allow lot
working hours, to be Hxod arbb I
ind at the
wrlU be conalah
i the Convention.
ii < Cununlaa noved the
dim "' Iha Hill and
t L Walcoti econded
r W A
'i- thai the antendmai I did
.....uj ii Ho am lad
n> no j>Mi\iMnti ami gaade
protection i<(
Denmark Blocks
Turkey And Greece
OTTAWA, aeptcmb.-v 18.
THE seventh session of the NATO Council neaied
its end on Tuesday as official sources reported
that work on the final conference communique tad
already started. i
The conference is expected to adjourn sometime, on
Thursday with a communique ready for relea>t in
the early afternoon.
---- P.:.:,
the jidmlK."""! 0/ 0
kpv wh not rcenj
irbrfc. other ij /
laken up while the- I
I......If '
1mp quwl
A'hplnuait '
"Beware Of
Imposters"
UM/.N WARNS US.
MB LENNOX BOYD (l.'tt .crcinRMM by Ml DniiL. VauKli.
Oo..mor-. ADO- na%M .U Hon.. ot l-.l.l.turr ftwraM
Allies Dig Out
Stubborn Reds
polio victim Aachet Novak arrlx
d at Idieuiiii An
ruin. Uraal ti
Hal use of hi* left
leg which war itoicBwn U
jno Brown haired, brown eyed
Aachei Novak war accompanied

Novak en
rm:K PAKE. -A Fifth Avama
i i store "i N<
"Arnold Constable" Offend on
hieaday ho aand !"> i I
1-r-. f i ." to an] sol vti'Cin.iii in
.^e relative wfi
ptore and nipplj hai i
address. The it..... .inrmunced
H part of ibj 126th anniversary
i-clebmtion.
iii.>i nun .inline i iiTic in i-.i.-Ltiu uh
i '!' ,"'.!! IV. Ii, .
rv.rt^.n nr*t t '^j. |limp^" BU T BWwn t
"operation klllerriUong tli- awl, central.
Attliee Visits
T/w King
May Ask For Dissolution
LONDON. Sept 1M
Prime I
ingamanli t" Klni
to laj ""' 'I"' '
i*i ulatlon '
.lii i-k th.- King to die-
solve Parllamanl
call a new geaeral al* I
There war. no i
do so. The Prlna Mlnarbtr regularl]
llld be ex-
I,
;
from hi?, i
i I of stale.
But peretsf nl eka t kx
lent aatn drama t( Attlee's audi-

gjithenng outside No 18
Ok Prtrra
Minister

nanlrnooa m agreeini thai Attlee
statement n I
i*ay or another.
The labour pai I
mel eonventlon ta I
lection excitement ha
Attlee can BaVael
th;it he iii dl
nexrelertion dab
U ngh!-
"If he doe* not clmnet to chal-
lengo W i ' Chu
attvai now. the iMrty i
nie will wan) lo know
If the Pnii..- M
the King today to
ment the news m;iv b.- know-n in
the next few days I'.P
EIGHTH ARMY HK VDQUAHTERS, Km... S. |
U s and South Koreat troops dun ull< diehard H<
flame : i a'- nels .n .. new aC< mmu
"little SicKlriel line"*, in ca.-u-rn Koreu
liv.'tons anrl Ihe South
if f theli
I uiui eastern front*
. "^ I riii'liH"! I
Cbaag/dB** Seen
In King's Lung
LONDON, Sept ih

Bucklnghi
iwn Mructurai
...
Th.- bulk .,, |., iu,
Tbe Km... .-.I". nevei mily re-
eovared from an .iitiick of mrtuenm
H .1 I.....|
ahead of module last
lo undergo si* .
ment fi ilmfllt
|
ad to I
in London for "further tr

Of I!.,
lung mlgj *
phrase <
.i



i
treatmeni
thti Kini In
. i.
'-'' ......
month -,' I:
. nUjfhl i -i left
Aberdeen by plai
i i.rgh t loin the Km.
f.P.
11 DEAD IN SHELL OIL
REFINERY FIRE
I '-is |tp| It

I
Oil rellner> het.
pataJe.

n of th
died early today mostlv of buraa
U lu'ved thai the body
anothei man was hurit
t r.
Ue IS


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i With fl
i i ... \
Hill. Taken


day Thi i

right imt taila i . i dent the Allied
SJ Ml ti-
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to-hand baW I o boun 40
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Senutor McMahon
WASHINGTON Bepl i
it i i. n

Congressional


wuh atomic boa I

' on tl.e
' atornli
the is. .....
and iw "
.
I'.p. I
NEW YOKK B> l
Trumi.ii -..i,l iQnClaj U
Amarti ana often ,
taave laken ad-
i iiIiimihi and [car
ol
pretci n whu-h
.' Ma"Wl "'
|| addreea, tni Piei i
. .-t.-i to ArMiui -i-
Preund, Chairmen el h e
.'nii.ir,.,l li -t-i tlini i)l th. V
.run ll.ii A ..< -l.iln'i,
rhe led. i ..- rend ..t .i p.inel
utm protection ..f pregnant, dtscuaaton > Um "protection of
';'",'" I,, dividual light*, and Oovern
raajulaWlrnani securiti in im ' '"
ght wink r.-i rouna paraona an
try, Thi particula
Ing with tin
o wenl n httie hirtha
nd suggested maternity protae-
ion i>n woman employi
ih .i i," Inatanea
' IIMl, when they were Inlrod
ng a slmilur Mill, thev uirludiil
provision lo artord malernlt
n t,i anmn
thiv ytmr I ijui- ii..(i.(.
n Add...- lo Hii BxceU
ill priltcipkai under which the
invention Itaall can opaeaaa Till
Address reads:
nn paga 3
Britain Gives
Jamaica rMta>
1 .....id-.. I-
BJNOSTt N .i ... Banl in
i. lorn Oovi rn-
Parllamantafy

.
i......M moo i,.
Is ooi: rehoualng
< i: a.too.-
...... ."ii i- ival
i i' i.r.oo,. ntoroat rrai
ii .i,itn
t: Cii immediate '
'* ,i
\
The ani out > -...- nl
K attar* ly toUoiwad Um
return to the gdami .,,, Baturdaj
or tin- Hon. Robert Newton. Pir
i>.. went n> i
-., aftai "ii- dj
' hit Januicii
to Iha approval of the U k Qov-
i
d tan up i ( Ihe Jamaica Govern-
ment I r the pre
;
. indi -on be dumK
i i, induati >
Bnd it I' ln1 ... fnrtli.l
t l.OtiO.OOn towards rest riil1nr-l .ii nl ,i |j
i. .
will be
rilte I .......00 will go t"
i
0,000 will go
i
. .i fiiiv.i-.ii. Collega of the
After conaullaUon with the
n,iVf London,
1 Govei 'i"i So Hugh
, | l| (QUowmg reply to
11 Btata for the
', Ilj ."i col
..... i
revival
Ura ih.it we s|>eak for
when
..i forgel
. .

In th. i
Hurricane Relief fund is
pi be quark
mark ana is b>
j
iieii r iredually
pty upon arrival of tents
l
to pool pet on until UM mouth
nmeni will -on-
'ntrale mainly on rohoustOg
raraaBsUtagaka.

The green i-ni -' sot u i
which ot
r s makaa It new M
, I i.Mil ,
i, itionnl socurltj moaaurai dirai i
ed agaiti>i treason eap*<
,k. .hi. aul thej
,,,- antirali adequate nt tipi
hi, nl Umea in which we live,"
Ti
,ii,i
added ITuft.i tuii.iti'l'
i-ery crisis which requlrei
i- i"i action t' prott
itn% gi'iii'i.it. hai
the
lurl
11adorn
irhich g
IOIH.1llll.tl
Ion "hi take
in an alrnoi an i > ol
.in BtB i1'" '
iew, dlrlereni oi avai
i,
. ,m a, would Ih'
Hi rf loUlltarlan con-
gr
on of Ccp"*v and" Tdi key
12 Mulfclf NMi>p>Ail..ot'.
The All
l-l- A.'I,
portant
when the move
Western Alluinc-
deelslon
Unanimous act),
fin
mada bg tt*
i.i.'i Kraft.

v. itii Ci penhagOTi

t r
iv re-p.'
, ) .'..-,
Danish Pbretgri ktln-
Home Piw Bill Pot
$3,864,301,178
WASMINI.H >N. S*pt IH.
ftM ii-- m Tui daj and
.. nt t.. iii. White llouae i
10,844401,171 nuliury
lion Mill th.d in, ludl i
ilng .if .oi baaai within bombtnd
. r ..id Itghtei bacea
ii...i most of thi- Ion I S in.Ins '

i, Houi whk h i revtouab had
,M rove i ti,.- awa ura Ii
,n, rent fo % al
on i" the ...ini.i,.mi g
. .tinl |,v S.i\..t.. ,iiul lloohe
ii. lonata
pprovad it
Aetual fund* tfll the prOjOOl
Will have to It"1
II.P.
,lt)|M'H Slirri'il For
Eioiiiiiiiii- ProgNM
In l^atin-Anis'rii'a
n. HAHKY W ANT/
WASHINGTON. Sept 18.
t of the Board
Inb itona B ink an I
run.i I,.l " Kliri.-d h.-iH- foi
accektretad progrera in the eeo-
iii n......vakaprnent al
Hi mkmh) ra ounhrkM
of recognition and
goodwill loward i luri Orwrt
f| tfia meet.ng ImpUed
,, onomk
strength in COfdng - *'
sMi.lioi,
is. Mi i .. n - i-1'
were hlghlj pk
H iracka Lefei of
Brazil as Chairman of th* Oot
rnors ol Um World Bank, and
Kugenlo Oudin ii Chairmen "t the
Board of tin
I
1 of the
.
Mexico t it v In Bepteml i
laed Iho trend *
leeognltlon of Latin Ai
IT.
The "ADVOCATE"
pay* (or Nl WS
Dial 3113
Day or Night
Campaign Is On To
Get Russia Sign
Treaty With Austria
YIKNNA S<
The vW-dein Powers ienevvf.1 I he i grj|| '
Union tosiiin the long delayad Auatrien
A list r mv. Governim nt Itself may teJce ttk I afore
tne United Nation
Bui ......ii- expect* tin- RuagUi
tregty In Ihe mail future.
ted Btati
on will
f,.i | .it th


The So% let Union if ex|
,. i f ,
u Mill in
,i pute i." i ' i will '-
in ti. ii eke Um
the a
oo the BOlutlon Of the Trieste

I
i solutl
I thi !'. pul. Foreign
,'
U.N. WiU Guarunlen \outraility Of Kamong
TOKYO Sept lg.
one Command
i put guarantee*- 00
K lUt) Into writing
I. Corainunlets ri-.iirTie erriUeiloa
I..Ik- Th*-
^ral Ridgway'i,
Supreme H ;ts prm-
pects seemed to be t>right.-nmi(.
Of the truce
P nngyangj
muni-l
.........retWrdajTl r.ew-psper * Bsrbsao* Co op (hinew and the North Korean
Cotton rscMir Ml. ihoald hsee read "Blsff of Bio* Co-op Oattan rae>'Oe>varncnanu ,";iied propaganda
turj-' *- attacks on United Nation* Com-
'.ly meant thai
otaat v-'. ild be
Korean

ler of t hines. |
IgWay'S offer to
. ler rv
lateot offer to r<
Sew Vinlulion ru> certain thing wn thai
i illegaUon >>f i
taming on
-' neutral zom message did
i rarly r
r.;i#.flre talks.^
A n:< l'-r*.
ncll
ir that H Ian i-iwers a
11 idclng ilgnatun
ihe Waetern reaolutlon would i-
mi worded that Ruamlani would
iilher have to approve the tiealv
n i :, i puhliely
yie^ On out want to five Autrla a
.So s. parale Treaty
U i Karl Orubor
ho has bf^-n thinking foj rnonthl
, .he reso-
'h.- Big
Four Anl nd arlth-
At pre
.Ith.iiiifh


r-reause that would in
u-u- the nation to be iplit si Oer-
t r.
GrOM IdiMilifios
INilit'ciutii
Vi'foiiipliffs
NI'.W Y'JHK. Sapt, 16.
Bookmaki
I in court today
each "i the 18 poUcemen charged
with <.plitti)iK 91,000,000 ui fees to
btlng an |

conaplracy trial ..r uapenrk I ..
ualata astrtd
Julius IL I'
inni. thi -< d
aatroui o a h
charged with aiding mid protaet-
mg his Raii-hliiii.
torn f.n |
At UM proierutor s oueviion
| iry l>o<
halting gquarely in front of the

aem
, .u fmrni-
.
"Nat" a i. 'i name
grim-faced and
<.
Whmi I ,
with the highest rank.
| jra -Mil
eat
ilepsi'.-l iioin
leehnique. calling out ',Inspa,tvr
ri%-iin" -tj r.


PACK TWO
BARB
Qa/db Calling
ADVOCATE
\\i rM nIivv ^i I'll \ii.i i; i
PM.EH .< St Vincent n
I orl \m>n-r-l
was Mr. A d*K Fran-,
cultural Adviser to tht I
I
In tha Weal
m h. .
chair at ' Ihe S*
Vinrrnt Land B
and will
established ith the
Colonial 11 I
It ran l.
..
Ion ill lake
% lifting snnio of "
lit centre
carrying oul ll
mule) in
i
permits Dm Snair Land
Setllemenl Estate tin Cnrtnan
I
i ine r.
nedli
Had Pleasant Memories
M
Professor Of Botany
MH It I I) HAKKH p
i Botan) ll
Trinidad, return.
-
'""''" b nrlitr Mr*. I
riigltind. (jgj QI
'' York.
the
Mr (.,,..
I'C sprn' in
U.K.
To Join Her Husband
IKAXJ nor tore*
JulU'l"
ILfM
' -
Mm. Daisy Barn
II* SJ& OeeMe
Honda) evening t. r Ti
1944
.li
much impressed by UN mm- M
wlmh she noticed on
n r among tht. im-
pfOI'
Latboui Parts in the House oi
and tha tdvano in
i. jnd who u working '.v . ',(,....,, l , ...i,,,;,,,
htuan flro*.. Canadian Com-
pany.
. -i nominated mem-,
of the legislative Council in
Circnada and a prominent plant-'
i-r of thai ad here on
i.ornmu in the Lady
NeUan and left ob afotsdaj afejhi
lot Canada where he
i ; r v hi* wife
tldrm
taart Mm ltoujfiaa, foi-
tna lawarlaJ c ,. i Trinidad
imiiK hU second year at
Mi doing Ajpji-
aaaiuN i* ;'iw> rattsrtitng
Canada with the f..inil>. Ha was
pending . holsna} with them in
Harrtaonlan. Mr Phil-
nusej to Bar-
i mtU !: iii* anH
residing m Grenada. Hi told
C.irih that he had always looked
forward to his visits here He
most of the intercolo-
nial rrickct playe-l .m Ki
.mil always had very pleasant
'
1 ..i bit i- leaving the
.. ihorl but da- Waal IndJaf, be will surely miss
n| the boys in action at the
' ,. ,. c .
Sumiay to return to m Medico ror Antigua
era m^|ii. ii i>. weathkrhkai
net i.i Dunn tune I * 1Y1 who la still on leave prior
tni from hi* duties as
ivai last in Barbados in LMroclo. of Medical Services in
North H> :neo. left for Antifua on
|M OI id.' B MS Lad.
Nelson. H lafca up
appointment H 810*
Medical Officer.
back To St. Lucia
C'ol HUC IAMBS, Superm-
i tandeot ol PoUm Bt Lucta,
returned to St. Lucia on Monday
Financial SVr clary
Mir. I a B BURBOWI
ted Flnanci.i:
and Mrs Burrowes are no*-
badaa after spending
.'ihday in British
Guiana.
Mr. Burrowes expect* to take up
-*S until hll new duties from October 1.
Trinidad Typist
Rktihmm; to Trio
Monday evening by BJ.WJ A
was Miss Erma Gilbert, typist at
Piarco. She spent three weeks"
holiday here staying! al
Mi. M MOW < IB1
Barbadian Visits Hon.e
lightlul t
Oft To The U.S.A.
OFF 1 in Use K.M.S.
I.sdy Nelson ..,,
nigh) wen Ifj f M ShilMom- of -.*
U- in i .'ford
& r.,. Boilciton and I
stone. They baVa gone up to the
USA (or i holiday.
Attending School In
Canada
MISS TONI BROWNK
ter of Mr and Mrs Carlton
Browne of si. U
left for Canada on Monday night
by the H.MS IjkI> NaSssM
tend 1 1 c Tr.il.iU.ti Finishl
i .i apecUrJ word of pralSC night in the R.MS. Lady Nelson
f.,i Mi John I an1! after spending n few days here
OoodwUI i tying at tha H i | ((. la
has promised him a station wag- He ** accompanied by his wife
. with the "-< daughter who
work ot tl Bab] I racbe. This Mon<
.he explalnnd to CM
MM .-'i i Mi BjT| i
iere some years ago.
Bha tttorougbl) anjoyad .i boB-
in a) Bathahabn, and expressed
.. b 111 favoui oi
the buUdlng of the East (
Road.
Her son. \-ivi;m (>.,< ..!., \i,,>i,
an old ConibOfB i
Dtatriet Attorney in Washtnfftoi
Back To Trinidad
lis Mil HABL lain. .
M
the S.S.
OaMtai from England where thev
had licvn on holiday.
L.A.V. Hoatess
AITKR spending eight dsjl
bollday in Barbados, Miss
Aimre Baena, hostess of L A. V
in I'm 1-nf-Spain, returned
Trinidad on Monday ewenlni b)
H.W.I A She was staying i
"Accra". Itockley,
Back From U.K. Holiday
\ ITtat an abeence of um
months in the United K
Brought Son To School
MH JUUO MOLINA. Vene-
Consul in British
(iiii*na who had come over lo put ,
his son Rudolph into school at
idge, left over the week-1
< arocaa on a short.
Mr will be returning to
Barbados before going back lo
Bntish Guiana.
While here Mr. Molina was
staying at "Accra", Horkley.
After Five Month*
MH AND MRS. P. D. McDEH-
MOTT and then daughter
I A. McDermott, returned i
tn Barbados on Monday morning'
I s f.olNlo from Fnglaiui
w here th<-v had been on five I
months' holiday.
Mr. Mc Dcrmott Is resident ,
partnei of the firm of Fiti Pat-|
lick Graham ic Co., Chartered.
Accountants.
To Take Up Appointment
ARRIVING from England *iy the i
s.s Oiggjla on Monday |
morning were Rev. and Mrs. <; L.
FYoat. Rev Froat has corns to
take up an appointment as Super-
intendent Minister of the Ebenezer
Methodist Church in Si. Philip.
Before coming to Barbados, he
was with the Methodist Church in
India and in Gambia, West Afrna
Paid Visit Home
MH s McCUNE. a missionary
Ol BalfWrt, Ireland, is now
back hi Barbados after paying a
holiday visit to his home. He ar-
nvi-d on Monday morning by tae
(MNto and is staying at the Hotel
Royal
I M V I it I
i.nwn #*;.vf.vr. ro-nw
al H..IO p.m.
Undtr the Dutinguuhed Patronam- ItBCJF
the Governor and Lady Savage
ALSO
THURSDAY AT 8.3
I KID AY AT 4.45 and 11.30
sTIi**/V# till
running to book
tor...
II O V i
TOKAY ,.nd TIIMOHKIIH LSI nid HI",
Oilumb'a All Action Double -
WARNED BAXTER in
- SI.I tk #*#;.v#i# VI#.I i
AMI
QBNI AUTRY, KINO OF THE COWBOYS In -
UOUAM ii is in i(i/t} "
ITS \( I HIS X- Vlll I IKI IT.
I Hill A Y ("ill' I 4 M .mil si:.
Hi.STY SAVES I LIFE"
"LAST OF THE HI It ML A"
OPENING 9ATUBDAY 149 fWg 111
School m Montreal. She was 1*1 V-slatant Manager. *" '"L|1 Montreal. Dr. and Mt
lilTiiMMo Trinidad, returned to " ' Massiah returned on Monday
To Live In Canada
Canada for aboul Trinidad on Monday evening m
ihe Elders and Pyflas ss. <;alnto
ding s hoUdftj i s the
was accompanied h\ bar lhree>
whs s 11 kvkivn of Plnft Id chUdreti
^T1^"" 'ft*' "" Saw Son tiraduate
moniing by t.ca Dm m*it*; \t uaatsi
Canada. She has now none to M EL ) n
10 is '
Join her husband
in Otta. a.
Mrs. Evelyn was n
by her three children.
|g Iney and Barnadett
iing by the s.s <;nito.
Dr. M.ivsiah '"id Carib lhal
had a very lnleresting nol
enjoyed a vary sniooOi trip buck
',. II llj :'!
Spent Four MontKs
MRS. L B. SHIKl.llS -if l!-i, .
Wie". Upiht Bay Street win
I AH of Port
Trinidad wh>.
... lo th.- UK. b) Wltnea Bad ben residing tn Barbados tor
Ihe aradu.itiMii .f her son Di ihe past ten year.. p'Ul .1 foiir-
panled v.l Ma ih was Intransll In (he nmlh holiday visit I,. England
1 Ann, ss. f.oint* in: m bq Drom and raturnad by 'lit BM Galitoon
Rnglnnd. Monday morning.
tl/Z./Y/fU tlll.l \I\:
MacA Gels A View
,. th Toles, Is
iing for divorce.
NEW VTORK
The invitation General Douk-
las MocArtui expected to the

the Allies never arrived.
Mi 1 In hll New York office.
The nearest he rould get to the
1 nice was through T\
Truman at San Francl 1 and
hear the President's tribute to
the "oul
Japan ol Genera] MacArlhur am1
his mkii 1 General Matthew
Mdcwaj
Wn ' do noi retire.
The L's Arm) liirniahad Oi
al MncAilhiu with hu oflkte and
eiuht aidc^ 'kcaae
is lammed witii VOtURMS on
Japan and the Orient.
OlIXUOTH man
I'VTROIIKHIIIS covered
Dr. CiusUv* Efdofl from neck to
ankles at Ihg American Chemi
cai Society's meeting. Hu suit,
shirt, lie and other clnthing
..1 .ill made ot s y nth. '. 1
fibres derived from |>etrolenm
The chemist walked to
MM instead of taking a pel
vehicle.
HOLIDAY HHt SAI.KS
( I STOMEftg who just will
n t bay nti can are going to i
the deaf
In St. Louis. Missouii the
N a s h-Mssoiin CorOO
dnrovra in moo tv set with
avarj saloon
And a Plttsburg .alesman
promised a fortnights holkti
Atlantic City fAmerica's Black*
p >u] tn each purenaaar of a
acond-haiitt lorry. He did not
S sale.
VOICE OF FREEDOU
A campaign to rakM tl.250.-
000 for Radio free Europe
1 the Iron Curtain bi
Qeneial llaerihowei
op trie radio from Paris to "
D Head of the
; ,1 Lucius Clay, for m 1
Unib Stab llltary ehiaf la
WANTJ DA f.i akantki:
PKKs|\ > .
m .ikltiit
petrol troni .
to do it. bul ll has alwayi
too expaj
Now Ihe S.v Y
of F (' Isdt offers I
million to build a plant and itarl
produeUoa Thag Mk onl> one
ihmg guarantee from 0
eminent 10 buy the pctrol-lroni-
eoal at .1 Oxejd price until I02.
1 Qovan 'lent is thinking

MEDICAL
srvENTEEN of 47 doctors re-
portiruj for military duty .it Plrsl
1 KlQuartara Mlad
physical examinations.
IN niF. SWIM
rHI TONOAl 1 Hll 1REN -
Bubba Bvi K .'ii-
otng to make 1
ot not being allowed la swim Ihe
Channel. Hollywood reports the;
nave been lured in appeal in 1 hip
s'.irrtng swimmer Bathe] Williams,
I.U.IIT IM ll MAJUE
M\Rll I'WNI IWO, fell int.
nidi Hide well in th
garden of her bo
She w;is bapptd 11 (eel
down with water up lo her
shouldera, It look four hour*'
digging to net Marie out
1 'Id. Out safe.
IMMW AT THEUJ. \i
THE STAG'S 111 All. .
fr'at i.i% 11 :i .ii M
I.&00). Connecticut, is Ihe refuge
Toiie' durini
Hli wife bl< nda ex-n 1 1
lUi complaint: Thoug
., millionalra (he Inherited an on
fortune), he ntanla her 1- eivs p
Uiell L 14.000 mansion <>n Nina
Uland Sound, go to Fid
become a shnmn*Aahar with hnn
.,< . 1t11i1.1i .1 i.i>
She further cornplal!
making the Btagft H II
inatead of <"' n 11 01
TIIKKKDSTAK
THE LWESIKiAllO.-M of Com-
tnuniam m Hollywood by ine i n-
American Activities Commiitae oi
Congraai is being ihi>:,
, ...
lion in near-by Ban nun
iias would be available
mi Hollywood 1 bay si
1 m on Orotnyko.
AIR UKT
A HOIST capable of lifting HI
ions will bo attached in .1 no*
node! Dakota aln raft h wlii
take in cargo from the rear whik
the plane 1- being unloaded (roan
th,. nose
ov Till: HOUSE
THE MAN walked into a bar a.
Unnsvilli'. Kentucky, and said In
was a Government agent check
big on adulterated whisky. "Pou
ma two from that bottle." he tolt
the barman.
He anlftod each drink carefully
Ihen drank up. "I'll be back t.
check the othars,*' ha said, n tinik
the bamanag long tune to reall
had had two on U*
B.B.C. RADIO
PROGRAMME
. 1100 IRM
-. A'liilvtim
M U
1. 11 -*
St.'r
I Thr N'.v
Opm Th.- Hr-.. < 10 p Si lOSM
nip in Busbv Lsagus r"- ''""ll
p i.i Slai Tinw. 4 SO m
\rrhir 1 00 p in Cnnpiwi' >' <"
i. S IS p m ('ompowr* lor
4 OU p n. KV BM Ihr Kr>. S IS
S 4B a "
r.f.Ml*. S U p m Tuday'i
IM i-r
. U M g| ST M
T M p i.i Th* Nr.. 7 10 p m Ne>M
n th* Wl
T *j *w*aair|
i Waaisresl, s is p pi
isAmuee.
. :,-, ,: mi BdUi i..n. W p.m.
r >".-( v v in fiuh-
BWrtMl ..I tloii"- 10 Of* p m Th> Npi
in k r mi ininlude. 10 IS p m Cm
Pvoplr 10 U p m MM-Werfc T.<:k
< Ii PROCRAHMK
wruNr-soAY. appi n. itsi
14 Sf p in IS p ifl THE NEWS
lb SO p tn UiUp in. CANADIAN
(1IHOMCI g
lit) Me W
THE
HILARIOUS '
COMEDY
AT
EMPIHE TIIE1
iin:aiici. IlllJIX"
BY BARBADOS DRAMATIC CI.UB
BOX OFFICE OPENS DAILY
i ii. 'i-.ii & Bines $1,511; Cirili- 91.21): House 72c.
Bulruny 48c.
From ii.in. lo 12 muni and 1.3D pin. In :! :)u p.m.
BOOK NOW!!
ALL SEATS RESERVED
UNDER THE BUCK FUG THEY ROUE!
^'MSAmm
i F&}\
I
LM MAiflPHY m Wm bb* DuVHMI Sat BSffi
(Wn CURTIS Maul mil IKMI9 LW MB KD
lim TOIIHGEB
1
\*f* ATH CLI'H I l\i:>l.\ (MembeoOn
IIIMI.III HI INI IISIIW Ml,II I ..ll In
MATIM.F.. TOIIW M .-, p.m.
ROBERT MITCHIIM h \: i ll DOMES
i i Arm: rajmr
WHCU li\M,lli LIVES"
An hko iiiuiio Pidura
OI'EMMi SATl'RDAY 4,15 i..l K.:lll
Jjhc story of
Valeric and Ben
ttofjm-HU if/iy
who iiciergniT ii/i
and the (j;V/11/10
never let him I down!
4
BACKFIRE
^Li iliK'riiii
ti
teP*yiER-f;?wO'KEfrr u 7' :
JUNE HA. -aMUH U ENGEl | LO
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i run in.
, u m -at
. .i i .i ... i -
..i .a iii
K H OK Dig i >
HOY A I.
TO-DAY si inMiiKiim
4.3S A HIS
OLYMPIC
111 \t.\\ \ i'lMdKKOU
4.30 ft 8.15
|a I Uj*mUtm Mai "444
II HAYUAKJl
ill r Tha
n\si
i in/is ft I
i. aii: iv
rilE QAJONBN ST. IAMH
'...... I..,.,."..,. tM r m
si si.mi ^ ii..m ii,' i.i
. Ill ..
n -..-. i.\i-
i ; i ii
ii........ Sal list
I ol Ihr I || (.11*1 |
nil ll>* (.HI \l lilt Nil
'

Rupert and
Sitree re r26
i. i >
la. II
Clark GABLE Spencer TRACY Action l>
In Danula i.KKKfK
JESSE i.nrf PBANK JAMES ii..I,. Again i.itli Um
YOUNGER BROS.. :i. Suddle I'uK
Opening GLOBE Friday
OUTLAVt'S AND
THEIR WOMEN!
HiiMM hnd. um ssjlH on in* Tim loudly "Oh. dcj-.
1 tn i ui kraaiw smelt h*
tedie Ind shefctf. Cufimg ap
n iomf no;: k>nst '" '* 1"!1* | i.l liavlH.A 1 I diets Hrk'i rtsrd v h h
lesse iik* -
turn mjkri Sim larn. *".! ibsra. liotnmK m h.m. ird. i nil bluk
- I| *m,>'i( tht i'r*' hf
i on< i-Mii l*(* parrel ui-oi jrmrd ih Baser*
ll.*MV> (|uillity \ In......him. Siillrepillls
With heal pruul hiimllr
:i sizes..... St.i:i. IS.lt, KM*
Kelllei 111 Pis. S1..-.B:t.U7
Mnmn iusj:i.4b
I ii\i..r> Briislies ............. .77
Hand II........ ....... .73
C'ule War,- in Broun & Blink
Sizes I lo S eups
I... I'..ls 7e81.36
CoBca l'..is si.iii $1.46
Milk Jilus 62r.$1.19
Sui:nrs ...... 59c.
CnlTrr Mills $4.911SIII.SS
liill'ORTANl
ALL BOOKS
REVIEWED
IN THE____
"ADVOCATE"
NEWSPAPER
CAN BE
ORDERED
THROUGH THE
"BOOMTOWN"
AND
' JEWELS OF
BRANDERBURG-
Openlnc FRIDAY 4.3 a 1.15
I Columbia Bftf Dotihle
" TMEN "
AND
" COBRA STRIKES "
Sheilu RYAN Hi. Ii-.i.i KIIA/.KI!
T. II. I % A\S A \% III I I II I IpS ADVOCATE
STATIONERY
DIAl. M06
YOUR SHOE STORES
DIAL 4220
*' JOHNNY
WE1SSMULLER
., JL'NGLE JIM .
PYGMY
.ISLAND
Th," On-:he-S(i.ii Story of Ihe Guyi
in the Holiest Spot on Eartli
A YANK IN KOKKA"
Ijn MeCALLISTER with
BUI" I'lltL.Ul'S
IIIIIIW Onl> 4.M If Hli
si. i irl ORANOEB in
MADONNA OF THE
SEVEN MOONS"
wn
" THE WOLF MAN "
ATI mill lo MONDAY
iM A 8 15
I niveriwl Atomic Double j
Maria MONTEZ Jon HALL
" ALI BABA AND THE
FORTY THIEVES"
In I i .... in !-. in I..i
and
III! Ill 11 ll\4
I II \ H "
with
WHITLEY
Plus: MK'AI. TALENT ON PARADE
in-: piibpaiii:ii
(lu'ik this I.isl ol Kwicntial I loins lor Your Homo.
Galvanisod Buckets
(.ulvaiiised Wash Tubs
Cunl Pnls
Box lions
Sad Irons
Lanlorns
Knnmol I'nils wilh
Covers
ll .i -i .
Telephone 2039
THE KVIIItvnos i o-opi itviivt:
^OTTOX FAITOHV i/rn.


"I MM -1 \ \ -I I'll Mill It l, 151
BAKHADOS MIMIC All.
page rimn
40 Norfolk Si.
Comes To Life
For The Hurricane Tumi
LOBD
room nf 40. Norfolk Street, just ofl 1 -mion's

I in aft Uck on
appeals' i*>i
Jamaican Hurricane Rebel Fund which . ent to l and U e like
iouI Britain.
House Amend
Acl. Bill


Ir.m r*m i
HO A ii,Mv i
-iiKKcsi thai
aaaaansUj protection fn

that I

s
man with
He wu folding appeal
y

.ill as

to Ml
Hi- aid hi pent iii day*
* i iling

i .dcj-takin*
inn ., ...it. Bnea
aya i ..f women
.: : .....
w,.,. period t-'Ur aid ifter confine-
.'. B I rnph> 'iT< in Idem the light to
Uon of j
i,,,. medical
loom when lie has the time IIBorneat will lake
this
be- Not 1 r| llt'lMi> ror
ftai rniifliaaaiaei mat*,- .
' u mi tin I: iiuiMit I rono-u
na*i ind entertainei prwawmoUau of i ,n-ii. i eerA J* ""'" rvswaa
suit
I pregnancy or rnnfliumafct. the
' :'" peeUfted
\\ rks blandBoord
GtfffatosV IT a I bet-
On Protectorates
J ca Gemeol Goes
On Market In Dae.
Mr

JOHANNI
Palrtch ;<
Ki\' IS
... ,, '
a th>
nmonweann na- k,, ,. ,,. ,.,, .,,,..
visiting atouth
Ad" a, said In
Uo eratnwtit wa*'j1t>l made m construction f
the pro-
\
I th.i! ihe
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latuuj today's group Add*
la- for the goo ' "' "'"'
M, inn the deeirebillty if real protec- Re* inland
,:id fcflj i | .,|v. Uon in a colons Uk I
v,v ,,, t, engaged Uim to impjomeni ike pro- he would ai* Bar
the hui I Ml
Mr. DaCoMa rum a dance ban
tins month for ,he preatul unai
Mup why the
ix-pleci ban "i Wi
iiuisu i.nis have <* six-month en- with the whole matter and Includ
ewawmees. The, said it was mi- m Mm B II peohnetwai for pregnant
men.
or uw devastation II therefor. going to i the ._
ild it.', they kwi.' he said, "l | i unions nd who
at. pregnant worn
Street when they could. All mem- du ;i, ... M murn nt mnM. mpnt lo ,, .
mKe to get In important than protect i
union prlnelplei
kl|V, thai the Qevenaaeul I nd practice
\
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ill hav
100.000 UN
mere ul
production iho
i
i; local
It u ra
i ipe Tow
OPENING OF J CA
SCHOOLS SET BACK
nt hi
jMsal ii .' repot ted thai llu the next tenet rehip ft
Turks Island f/orken Uranri to iha incorporation within tht Hn > etM
., the Black Proti until I wtobi i
the Hou* eft red I | for the pu ting !
ind there anethei rBBl Rhodei Bchoiai
; rh* p) ' rtorati Sv i g.....,, ,.r, nil
.m.l BaiUtoland ' l > rhol having Ihe Maglstruti adjourned until
As a find step the Turks hland*. ,-,,ndr,t be South Alrtean ler- been damagod and menj .!. will pa aei
LecUlativa B ltd ioj I* ritOr| I id Beehudnali.- nelteri foi | ti-ncc "io.a* to ri
""-iiiiu bbc Oranaa Free -
Tranavaal b.I'.p. hurrtei
Mleiulanl Gutlfy
Of Ill-treatment
.ii t at Ih. \i. nu
i guilt) of
I
paUenl ol the ItiNtitutnni on June

. ( by ihe evtdeaee
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ive done nw h
pie in the i-.\
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who lll-trcab
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tcetn > ell i d i ol nn<'
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of the
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have suge--'
But even when Kiev have present the whole matter for the
.t is certalri ih.d n
hours will pass before nothei aaruest poaalbleopportunity."
graup lake ihelr places, And so Mi Crawford than
win go on until the thls__cffccl b
i ompieead
B.1 IV
Out Of Trinidad
Ship Loses Man
rt i
Mi. (;. H. Adams aaid that mere
i ntlon 8 i : 1919
dealing with the matam
The preaani n ttet
a.' mi, Axing of Hi-
i the persons maBtioned.
tie pointed "id There was nothing
HALIFAX rlnaing of the con-
Only a week OUl Of Tl ' illng with
4.863-ton Panamanian merehant protection, hu' It did n
hip sbaij^M. leal > Hew thai U cauld be
tropical norm and brought In In the preatrrl
needed Uniton fOff Mt CrOWfonl ud thai that
the crew. polnl n no* Important As be t i iip had left Trb I the J law of I'M! we
.i lo-da) irlp lo Po
r,ulmii Suar
For \\. (j-tTiiiun)
BONN
A dix-month German-Cuban
,.. ,11 .\|., r-:n nil '.:! ,lni '. -
per to western Qarrnany has been

Nfo further del
rengerneoi have t*ei. relaaeed.
Bt r
Close Loser

I O-r O-ii I .o#.pondtni'
PORT-OP-SPAP. Si
Arthur -' 'ii of the
Belmotn Intermediate School
an exlu-
t year by ta
sli lo i .in eMhlbition thl* y
by one in.nk Kent J
comprehi .. ,,..
of bauxite, embodied the terms of the '
..i the rhip, wl Phi re m |utlfl- j the
.'.,,.ii. St< lUon in making two bttei .it the Uus Prieodlj loelotj he iii now
i toaaad eame cherry," till mhI be panted b live- i
ork * the storm. All the The lull was eM'iitn.iiiv pasaed ship Incldi ntallj thl
,ere smashedB-I\P. mid without amendment. K'-"1' '
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Skin. The fa hue has been ;tecisllv
uciigned for meaurrd reaagaww
to keep your poo* si 4 cyai'oruible
eo wmncrature In fceaf
Orcold. ThewdainyAc
m. brkfs aad
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BARIUDOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER l l5i
BARBADOS AmftGCTE
Septe
WO 1111:11 VISIT
Tilt; v 11 ol Mi Lennox Boyd.Chairman
of the Imperial Affairs Com in it W- I ''
; the British House o(
QOBIBIOtM will do murh to satisfy many
people irt the West Indies that the Conserv*
Strees. i okin tefWH Co their return to
office - the OOmtflg elections.
H| the keenest mierest in Colonial
affairs.
\ are< k afd bid u visit from
Mi Bernard Brains tha Secretary of the
nan Committee of the Party. His
was a one-man goodwill mission; but the
arrival of Mr Lennox Boyd under the
:'<; *.y serves to emphasise then
intention to examine at first hand the pmh-
f the area.
The p of the vWt can bo gaugad
from tha relatrn position of the visn< 1
the party machine Mi BraiiM hi Seers
lary ol ona of the six 01 tight sub-Conv
mittees irhicfa form tha imperial Affairs
mittaa Of this larger body Mr. Boyd
Chairman and ai nich hi potantlal
Secretary of staU' Cor tha Colonial it is
with the Civil Ser-
vice would taka over Colonial affairs if. and
when the Conservatives should come into
office.
Mr. Boyd. succeeds ona of the most col-
ourful men in the party machine, the late
Mr. Oliver Stanley, srho will be remember-
ed .is a former Secretary of State foi the
mi's iind whose death last year was
:. ratted bacauae of ins Intense in-
terest in. ind his starling wink on behalf of
the Colonies.
Mr Bo; with much knowledge
. .in enviable Ucilltv (he immediate
problems of the West Indies and because of
an obvious sympathy with our cause sup-
... and ambitions of a people
iinnxniiin.; tm national prestige.
I with the inherent difficulties ol a
none too sound economy, the problem of
federation ha sacs as one of tempo rather
than Ultimate BChlevemanf "If West Indian
ministers had been allowed to take part in
the discussions of Commonwealth matters
aftecting then- Interests, it is likely that the
Cuban Pact would have been less objection-
to Wast Indians" he said during I 1'iess
Conference, And to prove that this was not
metal} tin criticism of the Opposition, he
added. "Our Psrty intends to examine on
the same lew 1 snd to pay tha sains atten-
tion to tm agricultural progress of this
hall to agl uultural pursuits at
home Tie time is nol far away when you
will need preferential treatment. In Its
Widest 1 and as it has helped in the
past we feel that it will be of benefit in you
The peoples of the West Indies will !<
come Mr. Boyd not merely ;is an interested
visitor but as one who can contribute to
their future welfare. His intersal In Wi
dian Federation has led him to realise that
the rs,te ol progress most he gradual if it is
to he sound and laattng. Above all. he is con-
vinced thai the maximum benefit can >nly
I attained when West Indians are given an
Opporl u It; i be the architects of then
own destiny. This was the doctrine to
which he nibscribed when he stated that
howevei well briefed .-. Colonial OfUct-
spokesman might be in discussing Colonial
Irs. there is an added advantage it 'Aest
Indians are allowed t take part
It is this enlightened treatment to which
the people or the West Indies look forward
in the event of a Cons* rvatlve Government
hem.: .-I. 1 .! to office The stage has been
set and the West Indies evolving from B
long and dreary period of economic straug<
illation and political tutelage claim, as of
right, a voice In the direction of their afl.m-
Ln the attainment of this ideal thai th
MTVices >l Mr. Lennox Boyd can prove
their greatest merit.
TITO
b\ Aneurdn Bevan
The Rt. Hon. Aneurin Bevan. MP. to-day begins his report
on his visit to Yugoslavia and to
Marshal Tito In his first article Mr. Bevan surveys Tito's rise
to power and says
0 Churchill's mil
tancc to Tito w ore
of his most imaginative
acts
j 9 Tito will not give to | O Yugoslavia will
j the West a subservi- j fight for her inde-
; ence he has denied to j pendence against all
the East. comers.
lloSur<'HeWilll i^li! All Camera
IT r* I triM to ) U 1 "i 'he utmost hcrm-re hut ihi tad "-lapsed f!i< i
lavm has jumped into ths na* that fought would sho* thtmsslvi
She has crept Into .1 sad now she their way from 1 igoslsv CuramuaM Pi
.is In It tn- thai -omeother another, and fr'- -111 > Tito and hi
with much Majen papula- na nauoa had .is ret nteessi bite following miicht b.tdispl
escaping. Tht mnip. they ii
H pseatl number I6 million, all the other twflujht

U
-hudm

. .
population of P ha- Kremlin.
Slovakia unit lUuniatB, ' Then it, 1H4H runWUI
there is nor* Interest lo what is more started u> moo out (A Yuito
happening hwlde VUSudSVUl IhSB ihvtla. Tin- Yuk ISV
.,, jll th. ... Party. II Ml ., in exceptional unaaiuj In the hug of l
number <>l political poraoaaSM ttthsr UM buy. m too titfht. ..r M
II kinds, nf .ill poUttcal rss where it had m
,.ft thU i intr> i iij > vit it to to be.
Yufcoil.viamember* of Parlls- At first the rumours wi
nent. ex-Ministers. Oovernment counted. Some even Mat
BBWag the Yugoslav pe
whole.
pot on
lot ol '
lull Iheir wool) i
Th<- Southern Sia which i
whal is me.ir.t t VU|
,te love of inl*pcndeni'
I: was intolerable To them to
Unit after their long hist
tiv- Irredaotlsnii galast oecuaylas
fsi powers and espeei illy after ihe
THUMBS UP i
By FRANCIS WILLIAMS
YOU BasM them all along the roads of
Western Europe at this time of the yearthe
younn men and women thumbing their way
across the Continent, staying m youth hostela,
sleeping in barns, putting up at cheap little
Ideeafaa, learning; from lorrydrivers.
commercial travellers, private motorists, any-
t srho will give them a lift, the ways of
iheir international neighbours, exploring;
with open eyes, the zeal of personal adventure
and at the smallest cost that ingenuity and{
'initiative can achieve, what lies beyond the
1 frontier.
No doubt they do no', look so immediately'
I impressive as the million and a hallor what-
''] the number was-propaganda soused
young people who have been marching and
chanting ba Berlin.
But despite the anxieties one cannot help |
[eeiitM sa ona seas international Communism1
taking over witf. some stew of success the
techniques of the Nazi youth rnovt-ment. they
are in tha Uwuj run mure important.
As one come* upon them standing in twos
or threes ever hopefully by the roadside, the
tla^s of their countries stitched on to their
knapsacks. they represent in their way the
real answer of youthand of democracyto
totalitarian propaganda.
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I ."dependence mi
Whip*, lournnlims. all type*
penal*) Why Ihi* new inlerrst
YugnslBVia?
Fact-, for Churrhill
Th i* nol ttas Bnrt Ubm trua *
Yuk<>s1;im.i li:is excited niiisidc In-
t,o-t durlBg our asrisfsrloa
p wur. from IH41 oBWardl
r v-1 ttw world
that Irwtde VUsobIsvU] .1 certain
Titii m is a u litsnco ti
;( nc to uiy it was nothing bu: t*d sacrifices they bad
in another Russian manoeuvre, that it nuidS durme the war th.it th
iv..- hjsl -i pis) ' tha niparAi il Bovtal Union wai trj* 1 to trss
F'.r i: mdmtfrt
For lii 4 rploi
, con- them a* s Soviet ooloaj to ing Kipling's soldier.
-/("/ fr I-, -. 1
ti>, world
fit CO.
f tUbJussUon. Unnunge of the Y\
Boon, however, the UngU I
Uui- used by tea two 1 > ol the Boviet Union pvc him
.on- trovsrsj could not lend credibility popularity in Yus? 1
in nica an Interpretation. It ww ConunualtflO ItaeU could neve,
much loo barbed for that. htVI oWsiaed fOf him.
Stalin ttrrBS 011 fhr hem Ths'Yuanlavi were now pre-
ineOernwn ind Itallsai and wai Tne Russians 5tartl by .u-imi '
Kiviiitf the Nasl Chkrfl ol Stsfl Tltoof*X)l ml princtplea because ihoy saw m h.n
tii- ..,!. talkms bark a-* ttmuuh h>
lie .- known to be a Com- were an equal. This wai csrtainl
nunittl. but tbi* did not detr, Mr. not ROW !h. I I
Churchill from making Inqulrii 11 with him. Tito
.ibout the military possibilities talialed by aocuMng th,
irlslng .ut of his sau^mas. iss lersaf'laU ,
inter) tad oar ol th assdlaa nation," a aalltr
II, chui : ;i>"": last the Kreailii
Rial 1 to was CoBununlsl who wai Imaartsusl and wanted lh>
.. .., 1(. . :il. ., ComminW doctrine la
even tlUiousjh as ysl tuns.
1 1 la bad not entered the rat Thscantrovei t grew no'ter and
Thh might be 11 pointer to whSl ' IV "',l*
iiiniiii Miinn iiik bappi n
hurt, ppi r. ' i.., The Russians.... U 1
J suppoti moog tiu- ptasanu out
I ... ; qoulatlon ubcu" wn rnUltsrj
um chirdh. arft m......nportant ol " '' :"' "' i-'" I bra (Ml n 1
,11 from Mr (lnii.hliri point ,f maWng too much rt ih.-.r
of view, he was MlUna Oarmsni achlevoraanui This bni '.1 the
So .1 mitii..! v sdssioB wsi Yufcoalsv pt their nvjt
dropped into YuSKalsvis to ex-
plore the iKuaUon.
not only a Communist, but th
,. champion ol their nal
, ;r and the preserver .f Their Inde-
1,.. pendence.
Among the Commutl
..11 pTOVI

not so mueh a dilf*-renrc
l:u
Yusoslavui from Riaahi "ut ar.
, r. Russia 1 a '
1 that th,. V*uaoa las an
turn ro\lld not possibly BBS0| I
without snrremleimc hur national
indepsndaaaa.
Hut then til it fOI
BOBW time tl lats HS I 1
Yugoslavia Was in ISC bolnr
Befors the br< took 1
...... of 1
tailed int.. that ol
a/aj I irrUi ..
trickle
The uuerrillu crninv
The ruinnii: proved to )*. mi
rett. The Yugoslav partlsani ->
they called themselves were br ivs,
ktll-sacrl-
11.log AN Iliev i).
nd battei irrna. and if they coutd
j bm them ihe* oould t>e relied upo 1
nol only to kill considerable num-
)<'t^ ol tha anarro. but what wai
from nur point of view avan tTIOM
important, to occupy many enemy
divisions' away from other theatre*
of war. So they got th.> ai r
From the military angli Kiev
f'lllilled iill expectations Marshal)
Tito proved fteniuj ;it Ibis sen
of ruorrtua warlars which wai
suited in the position an 1 to
.....1 ttie counti) Hi
Churchill's Instlneti )>.><( bssn
proved right Hti sa U isni < to
Yugoslavia nd to Tito .t this
Critical tin.1 wai one ol his tm.M
IraaatasUvs >. h
Ttn'ti ths Rod Army rande
luneUon itii Tito**. 1..... \
Uv irrw baaaenad as in the
1 Hut rar] Run 1
111.1. Bulsan and u
c/e.ho Siovakla Yugjoslavla
it' pped behind the Iron Curtain,
lonsei mads nowi In bir
own right. Her fate iu>w seemed
lhc. lame as the fate of all the
otlier nations which had lieen Of -
golfed bj rtv tle> Hat n 1-
tionat lii'torv. Id in faihloned not In BsJ-
gr ida but Id Mot
* 1 npot, )<>r their
lose to them.
Practically all ol then, had li-
near relatives and friend* in Ihe .
llR-hting many ol them having Tito takes a n%h
i-i lorturetl to dealh by the In......I. it hi
nerny it wai t"o much now to which helped to mike tru
t> told that ii did nui imounl to The Yusjoalavi rsMotsd t f i-"'
rin they luu*ihi it did. 0.-1 IA# -r^ i.-.t.-a ,.,.
Soviet Union mainly .- a pro 1
,\i lastthe break row insawlsls. Naturaliy ihej
Continued oo-opsration oould wsntad to build up thelrowncroii-
not survive such bitter XChsnSai omy. They wanted toeXBV
So. in May. 1948. the hit ah ttcurr- own raw materials In Um
Sd. Tito refusetl to attend the meet- nac'i 1. and t" I Ull -'i
mg of the Cotnlntorrn Bureau 1
which he had been Invited, claim* This, however, ipbi rssuay was
Ing that he had been rae-)udged pot how the Boviel U ion viewed
and lhat therefore It WI future ...
of tune to "' stand I 1 attion of all In* ei
M.ir vi soilavla and lbs Cat
Judg.il from any angle you like. entries foi a lime tin-.'. Il
thK decision ot the Yugoslav Com- whols YUfDllSV nst
munist Party and if tha Eton and ruin 1
nation me ol the knew this, but be took ths
..II histor.' top of that. I very bid norvest tt
AlbanlS. Hulgario, HunRjry. i5u imposed upon th. '.
i na in 1 u pis almost ink len Is 11
bloc, and iwpceaenl two-thirds oi nons.
ths Yugoslavuta land hrontion Fortunately, howevei tha Wcnt-
Thej arc nol onli unfrtendb but .-m powers came to the aid of the
rttO '--mine Yufoal peoplS! snd tided them
Every weak irw be- ovsi then immediate difficulties.
uvi'iMi hniitei \ came fiom ttV
the target of in tea of Arnarloa sm fron On
from the Soviet bloc. From time Brit Jin It is true that thU wai
time the ipokearneri of the soviet ami from mixed mefivc*. but
Union launch ptisonsl and ids ' '"
ittaeks upon Tito and hat thai lay behind it. it was recalvi
Communbrl frw i> On Yuanslsv people arlth grafr-
The Bad RgaatS frilled dude.
When 1 wai U1 Yugoslavia I llo\v will it work out?
out to know how dni .1 it w/ould ix' I nfcftske, howove
corns iboul that the Ruiilani t'"". lo suppose that Tito will give i<>
no steps of an open kind to coun- the wi ill an mos that '. t
Au,'i cTsii / oan'i help ,i if I frssd
Krnest Bevin expressed, in only slightly
more statesmanlike language, the same ambi-
tion in terms of a political programme when, I
asked his policy as he first entered the For-
eign Office, he declared: "It's to go down to
Victoria Station and be able to take a ticket
to anywhere i damn weil please "
*
The girls and boys hitch-hiking their way
it this moment from Ihe English Channel t<
the Mediterranean, from Klandrrs to the Alps,
through Holland and Belgium, France. Swit-
teriand, Italy and Western Germany and
farther north in Denmark and Sweden and
Norway, and those from all these nations
who may be found strung out along the roads
f Britain, are doing Iheir best within the
limitations of the modern world to translate
the hope of a Foreign Secretary Into practical
terms.
Except, oi course, that for the most part
they don't depend on tickets, which cost
money, but uu lifts which are paid for in
-ornpanionship and the fruitful converse oi
halting sentences in foreign tongues.
I daresay if they were all assembled in a
masswhich Heaven forbid, for it is by then
individual Initiative that they flourishthey
would out-lower in size even the highly or-
ganised parades of East Berlin.
And if you should feel worried that de-,
mooracy is failing to offer to Youthwhich
it has now unfortunately become the fashion
to spell with a capital letter as though it were
a political state of mind instead of a normal
stage in lifethe excitements and glamour
that Communism holds out with Its mass
i allies, then you might do worse than give g
lew Of them awltft.
It is just three years this month that Soviet
Kussia embarked on its famous "peace cam-
paign"its attempt, hardly so successful u
Ihe Kiemli'i must have hoped, to convince
the ordinary people of the world over the
lg of their Governments that the Russian
bear was full of loving kindness and hao
nothing t" hide
There have been vast "peace" rallies, spon-
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be carefully followed :
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Shadow Of the Kremlin
Balkan Question, which had lerset his mow bsi denied the E.ist Yuaoinvti wed delegations ">l 'workers.' assemblages
worried Burope '< mors than The repUei i got wars Interest- will n-thi for here inisnend.......; W()Ui,i bc jnuiolite tn use a Irawnnrniu
century, no looked like being to*. Thej said thai the Russians against m comers. If there *
ii.nl been miMiiformed hy
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specify "INTERNATIONAL "
and be safe.
it.Me.I ml,. |hi
Quaraon, which i>..s casi its ihai ""' isjeati shout ths irhunori.....than anj otasr.
i world Or, ss 1 afugosUvls. snd particularly ol the lhat. 8hs Insists upon wosvlng out
sav. so It seemed Prom 1945 to mass opinion Inside the VUflOSlsv her own destiny. In her own was
iriH the Comlnrarm snuVraceri ths Conununlsl Part; The future of TUSjoatavlg I
YUgnslsv CornmunM I'iirty in the ''","1 Ruartm ippsrentl) nad thsrefors ons ol ths I I
ants bsar-hus u it had ths rail concluded th of the Rususn sateliiies. aid sssdnst the Sovhtt Union wsi con- In the rnodern world Ho will
Ihrausjh lbs insdiun of the com- n*t to the upper layara of 't>' IWi combination of fertld nil
niiinist Party the i*usssls astion Communist Parly, Thsy thought patriotism snd sdvsncedConunun-
wholS looked like heinit th.it they had good PN 00 to bS- bl I'lilu iple* work ojt in prue-
bw monoUthu roaai lame that the nuu ol the rank aad tfcat
then aru good reaaan l,lr "' ,h' Vugoslav Commuruftt woKU) copyright
ruppoM otherwtM The partis- Parta wars loyal to Sulla. There- RBERVBD
s hud fought during lha WSI '"ri* Ihej Uioughl ih.it aftSl L.E.S.
I
Our ICf.Miris Sajz
Ix/iiTl Opinion
To (he / leoeare.
ur rsajort on the
in the House
tM_s weak i, i aron
when Barbados
proodly of the oioiirv it
pen ii on education, it w not be-
ing a BhSOe t<- Anierie.in SUd

ISO thg l-e.'.;.'
nl ..jtoiogisi-d for not
aving glvi a
-ime.1 tO
ibviousb
.-. he undertakes
.' .lively.
i quota from your paper: "On
i
Adorns*.-..- '. Oovernment
hod mad.i tl,- :
lion .if ii and

Ut There
i.



the wel-
I' .i layman uttered a pro-
nouncement on a point i >f law
Mr Adarni would feel justified
turn Ih,. BOM
.Smiil.nl> heM Mr Adams un-
til oner an opinion on
1 education wrueb, eves
1 Mid time to read lip hiS
t to say
nothing ol in opinion on the
technique ol teaching!, one is sn*
nQuire mildly from hbni
li"v do rail know | IVeaiumably -
Mr. Adams U uttering the opin-
ion of the e>imiii. tho people who
for hasting the

pi pie What other snia
I fn>m thein th in that
it woold wurk i-
Let him Mk those whose work
g bssohen
fur these qussr people
i bellOVfl in letting their
Ull, let
B md res i
"ion Course and the YU'-

Beet of nil


portion orf child!
m age from under who |
piece ol nlproduetton will ernergo
.
Saxon or Sanskrit.
Bui the Governmei I I
ii thorough sxar n
lenge that
Mi Oaraar ild In the igsbsu
thai "hundreds i,f fumlllf
not satilfled with the result, they
wer,- getting." 1 do BO| k'
i o ild n*>t guess Una ds>
from Iheir e
atUtudA II wuld be lui
ade their disi
, mo vo,iii. for trw*f are now the
only people wh.i can in Ihe
thflf-tnuH out of the tire The
Oovernment, when it doe* not
ncem mi...
tion. Is mlslntomieci
hers, whilq doing their
i-.peeiile .. nerelly
on to iMilicle* and
1 '. and II
ihu fat not
on Eskimo It i, up u> the parents

giving th>
BP1CTATOR,
thsb one thing that was impressed upm, WOTfj ol "intellectuals." and now this vast |
; .uide of youth.
As the Kremlin tots up the balance sheet]
i f its three years' campaign I would like if1
make a suggestion. Possibly some of the young
travellers in Bast Berlin, the British contin-
. before they disperse with the glorious free
ilnms of Russia as described through thi
loudspeaker ringing in their ears.
It is a quite simple suggestion. Certainly it
would involve much less in time and organi-
sation than even a small demonstration. 1,
is that the young men and women thumbing
their way to new countries should be told
ihnt a new frontier is open to them.
,.,v* *
If Communism wants us to take the loud-'
speakers seriously let it open its boundaries
hileh-hikers. Not in organised group:
hut In twos and threes making their own in-
l:\uiual ways to far places as is their fashion
I do not say they would necessarily brim.'
world peace with them as they thumbed u
i tile their were wars before there wen
closed Frontiers.
But as tha Lint Russian peasant halted his
earl and the first young men and women
roaming In freely from the West dumped
their packs behind him and climbed along-
lll halting phrases as they
food and pi ices, politic
I for one would bei
protestations of world
. riously than all the loud-
international youth rallies \. .1!
< me to do.
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To tin- HUar, Ine Meeests
SIR, i wonder how many ol
your readei i m re u dnnurbed si
i .- : re tho receni adver-
1 ..... '.nee to be held
shortly I Church,
Th0 fad to.,! ,i Church of C.<>d
li to be to some i ctsnl il lesal
financed from the proiitj of a
trulj bad vnFi ,,|)'
i|Dg lo tukc
place well into the Lorsni D )
the wSSrk or Th,. Adver-
Voui
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WEDNESDAY 91 PTKMBER 19. 1*51
House Postpone
Factories Act Bill
THE House of Assembly yesterdav postponed a BilV l
amend the F.ui.!.-> Ait. 1947 Mernb*
aged then were things which would call for debate gj
that reason asked for a postponement A 98 dlvisl
lib i'{ the postponement
Dr. <'tiinmins (I.) told the House that Clause A repealed sec
d ' of the Act and substituted thrc
These aartaOM irovlded Sir. lh*wdlMt (B) nttd !
Members to agree
*haH he the duty of the with 'he H
s Lucj and support ilu
poMmaoi of Ihc mil. Ho mui thai
tracted debate la w: gnd wai
went |0 j select commit* i
reported back to ihc House be-
fore tl ma pissed. He ei
000 wh\ the aetu I
passed in 1947 was not imple-
mented.
He said that he did no; agree
with the Tansf erring Of
. ihe bandi of
to nM laabotn OromnUaatonet i;
dkuloui to bun f..i the
Commissioner to
BARBADOS ADVOCATK
rAGE five
AIIIH l\(. Ml \ll\
labour '
' i
immt of
ihc Pad I and ihe
Factory Appeal Bi .i be
(c) that ownati of factories shall
notify ihe Labour Commis-
I i>f fnr-
A-lthin i time
in tbt Hill
Crown, but
in case of ;ni. public emergency,
rnor-in-Execut.v. C
mittee may by order exempt the
Crown from eomplytni wltti the
*
Clause 7 repeals sections 7. 8
and 9 of the Act and u n,ed to inspect machinery In
which factories when, he was nj
OfSCO did noi call for training in
that tochnleal .> p>
felt that H wa erea'ing too much
< Head of a De*
1
Mr. af.r. Miller il.>
t part of II li anuaidmonta would
such as to u 1 1 unto committing .> crime. I' wai
rlak of eorloui bodily harm to a matter of too much Into
the community, he
...\ .in Infuiranlluii Hf *jhi teal they ihcld not
n< i it otuJ allege to uue to protect men gnci
'.lory within the wtio procured trifir
ling of theA.i n KJl ...
S.P.C.A. Official
1.4'cturvs To
Policemen
kttuiv
HAfU;I.SON COLLKC.E boy. on lo their form room* *fl*i MonUBg A'lemMy
day wh.-ii lh*y rai el after the -ummcr vacation
the Sihool Hall y-lti
gave a ICKttUI
HI what
ortatltutee cruelly
nd it * lo ippri
Tin ! Inspeclors of

v .-ruled the 1< i
after.
.iimng g| .3i ba eajB
I
B PI a inn 1
V.II.C A
FORT t-SI XV I: A KHI.I
Kg
it. .l.i Tudor Bi Idge -
ed aluiig the e/harf
Oil Murphy Crtd
Charged >Mth the unlawful poa<
which hi
let.
Cu> Pollca Mail
C, L Walwyn li
20 shillings on htm
(a) gives an inspector the power
to make complaint :
1 .vho may
an interim order, if.
from tiir .ah" in 11......
" opinion thai ihe dan-
Men of the
factory or an> part of it
Leg. Co. Cofisidei
IT
the name of Ihe
occuplt
tl ..'. where any
other ni-
qun 1
roach of the Act or *''
an) :ngs
n.yst bo
brought montba of
the making, of the report.
;: lit the Hill an I
tion 10 ol the Act so as U) extend
of the Labour Com-


Mr. tha Hon Momb) n rare
ojournmeni 1
uung bp itch thej
siiluiu have an adjournment It
was suggesting to Hon. liarnban
that 11 Way iud any |-iints or Ob-
In make. :lu )
make tiie.n. god in,. QOVOl lUnCfll
would guarantee an answer.
lie was pnaollng to the Hi
Wagee
Cil|)l. W illi 1111-
Appeals I'.or
Kxtchenware
For Jamaica Relief
whin ihi UvaeUa rapurta
.
IMMrly 200 pureelK KM
to e
Hurricane Reliel Ornnumlloo
Workers"
1*1*0 tec lion Bill
BILL REFERRED TO
SELECT COMMITTEE
I AY STKII.l BOl ill!
defeated O
atch hel
oved tha weak 1
Cluh wide ball
with 30.
Cocnmonwee4tfa replb 1
II ti Hunta -.-'k foui foi I
and I PoUai I tl m 1
Boj 1 .. .
nionwralih to 1 .
thorn .'l.i i U !
rung Sklpp)
\i
; for 16.
VltllMMIs

1 Lab .11 Orcanlgation Inerud-
out the da; and on the not \- Vs ""' ,,|1,,,u Kinttdom and if
the} are la be applied to Barha
Jos. amendmenls ,.(
Mi H H Williams, meinbei li'1.".." 'bUation are required
THK I.ECISLAT1VE COUNCIL \vstrrdny btgU) congider-
ation of and then referred to a Select Committee ;t Bill to
make provision for the protection -if wagw ol workori
Members of the C A S Cato, G. B Evelyn and J Mahon.
The Hon*ble the Col nil Secrr- thing for anyone t" prove and II
tarj In moving the aecond readli mm tit :i*- in kcfl oui
of Um Hill aald "Sn aoveril fion'We Mi Cuhi said 1 eai
cnnveniii.r.' have bam wilk the intornretaui
the momber stata* of the Intern tuai t WttH all n \ for *he ren
ial It Is good legjs- POBtT BIGHT VBAB 01
i.itimi I think thai there are on labourei
01 two of ih.se .ivtinns whi.h VMli Road 31 Michael,
when the Aueti alii
Peai pafey<
week-eod it bnmtf I
of apple
storage
Mi William Pottei
i . .
Son- told Ihe ifrra eaa
thai the island now b id V
..| meil whn wmiln
roqi
I 14. la .nut H> of the I
Kid Oeo, 6 c. 87)
make better provialotBi
ni inj of max hlneo The
drafted *ill not
veil while
machlnar] U In
ing operations etc. OXCCpl within
certain ven narrow and
i the a*ora
rib exposed."

Mr. I:, r. Waleotl ()
u (torn of thai aorl ben..
on 19 ,-md ^ior Member for SI. James, who ' thi committee, t-Jd "Over a yrai .
. ;,,.,.. bad great influence In bla party, to Urn Ad .. p^mltlee egreeTin principle to
ea thai there were no arounos certain amouni of cupe, knives oopuon or the
ror adjeununent and to aak bii ii,r- and pani had r< ''*'''"'" ';'''IM (
party to go on with the Hill thai...... .'"",' .l<,,'"-
* : UttitenftofArl
10 on the Order Paper, thai Hon .. .. " "ethod
Members would not haVc t.-i iigl
that it would t\^:< ..iii bul we will have to do 11
that day. Speaking for himself, ly articles
he sani, be did not hav^
go through the Bill. nn-
He said that one DIM ho lid trj
i In theli ..
i of Ber-
tha Board. He fell ... ,{tQ Mnd U)
This clauai also repeali wetlona amendment would lead to long d
16 relating to the notitii a- nrtMims ,ini w> .. can do
lion of accidents vhieh will now Al,n thPII1J. postponed for better."
Mined 'i the prevWomi
I sat.

.iges to workei
Objects
Ihe | nrtie;
fur id
and
ihe
1
who might lie liable
defaults under Uu Act
empowering point in the Bill was the Labi
to bring the tual Commhauoner taking the plr
of the Notification Of Accidents
pattonal Diseases Bill.
ii ontalm the penalty
foi forgery, r
and other offences under the Act
Government that the Factories
Act. HM~ did noi edequ
Vide 'or Ihe fencing of ni.n-hmei >
grid for ihe int|
I |.. .( steam boiler.
id. i. botu ommlaaioner had
un pointed oui that the idminlg-
Voting for '.In
arere Mr. Mottlev. Mr Dowdlni
Mr. (loddard. Mr. Hecce. Mi
Havnes. Mr. E. K W
Bcthell. Mr Ward and Mr. (Jill.
adahlng in
Hi
parcel to Queens Park l^v
can telephone 2SS5 betweei TIM | ...
mi i.im or Un Seoul
!-- i i i M .. n
.till b
| have net ven i "eh to an
to the state.i i eeti nd reaaon-
' thai payrni i i
ill not i
thui b) ..inent i
money. I think that
ere mi
obviously be some exception
i. . Ini ce.li the case i

re . food ai I Uvln
ii.itinii in ddlt i
on foi thai i
13 of the Bill
i efefi i
ill In
iouiii in- worded in
innei
"Suppose a Workman came to
>u>. mployai on Friday night
in Sal rdaj Li hli normal pay
I knl loi hi week
lation i hai acnployai -.
I Mi > I and glvee I D I'llllllg
1) em) loy* ornea back ami
nyi you can only taki out one*
third Of m> wages. DUl you have
taken OUI 100% therefore I can
hi Ihiil nghf I do not
agree eith that", said the
llonble Mr tuke
I think that the Bill should l*>
ent to u Select Committee and I
make motion lo Ihal effect".
Hon'ble Mr. Mahon econdod
Hill's Meaning
ap: t
nu* wage
made i
"Thi

ihall noi
of
Mr F. 1.
Mr Adiim
Wnlcott. Dr. Cummll
; : nd Mr. Rj
House Adjourned
Approval Reserved
aryfor carrying out w/alcott, of the 0
the proviaiooi of the Act were Houae ol agearnbly
cumberaoma and thai adjourned the Houae until
would be encountered when .
of the ftci
week The : -,.,
Opposition after Mr. G. II A i ,
HIS '.,,. ,],,.. v .,.,
.
1 In the Far East 0 or ou
.'; ' i aU......f H go then
nd H would > po^ibi'
terrltoilea !< i
Hon bla Mr. Field said: *! ,
not >'b jet tin.! to th- Bill going
. Select Committei i only wi
. --if dafance that nu kn-
ot clause 9 diffi
that of Hon'ble Mr Cuke 1
., i'iii not saying that my inleipie-
lii i .hi i. i ni .. .i .
I*.- C*wrl iniflil ,...i .. iiig*jsesil
,, I llilel |-rel. Imn on It.
, ,f "Everyone ^i.....radi the lull
a i wil thai r II i i
i,|. e. that if an empliiyi" lend .,
me workei money, he ihould not de-
no re than one-third ol the
mount of aragee '
.....'i M ihllllnei
...
i -1 n ? Inde
it ad
j "'
FRESH SEEDS
a) WIAIIIHMII:.Un
Cai

P
Cal bagi i i
Sweet "'
i Radial
i.-i.i i
'
! .in. watermelon, Mui ,';
Accordingly' '" iald, Ihe Bill moved Ihe adjournment for ha
sought to amend the Paoti i \c\
iMt, in give afh
..f the Secretary of
Stale and of the Labour Commis-
Dr. Cununlni quob d I lau I i
" *d j compre
henalve deflnlUon of a factory nnd
included any factories owned M
opernted by ihe Government ot
nd or bv J parochial or
other public body. Thai i
baaed on the definition of
ind Tob igo
Factory legislation. He
Of Section A of Clause 4
winch ipoke Of Ihe inspection -*f
being the dutj "f ihi
I.. i-it if O
being the duty ol
oriRinnllv provided In the Hal!
Of I+7. He moved the s.<
ing of the Bill.
Mr. Hi. nti (L| In econding the
id thai ihe Hii:
.,-. the Ordci Papei fot Ihi peal
H< i-ping that
Hi t'- Men bei i n i
fact that
-that Weat Intllan
i
He pointed oui thai Ihe amend-
ment! mane the Bill work .ble. but
not in ihe least laki rt l
the mam purpose of the original
Hill The mam change, i
tarring of certain control
from the hands of a Hoardas i
Ihe origin i BillInto ihe
hand- of the I.abou Cl inmissioricr
-The workers welcome 'h*
ameltrlmenls." he said. He was
hoping that no Hon Member had
in mind to move the poalpnoarfiatn
of the Bill.
Mr. Mottlr> (I) gaM there were
limes when business pit
me so thai die;
did not have Inn. to go through
being I iougnt
i
When they got a bill that was
voluminous, he said, it v. is not I
of postponing It, hut
. bi tune "
. 'her and reason it out
I baU Of that nature
I necessary, especially as
' ihe com-
munity who wen
tfer of losing their lives. But there
would bi .i* that he
like explained.

1
an hour, the usual lea luncheon
period because they want!
lend a function in honour ol Mr. A GRATITUDE
l^nnox-lloyd. C.i seivative M 1\
THe question of whether the l!M k- -r. . the Ooverntv "'d
House should adjourn for hair Council l,c*
1111 .next Tuesdav that he has been requeated by the *"
one-thud bf the total am u
or in reapact
. '.. i ,!, | .
ov imptomei i> i
I tha wotci. id
think thai man. honourable ,",ll
iii ouarral m. -ins one pay packet
iirtf Hon'ble Mr Field then re-
lay, ferred lo elaute which readi
m Any employei may ( 11 mi the i .
Public UtliiUi ho . .i workei undei any conUeei of
. <. makln them di | ymenl in respee. of (ha
.... roii iwuig
a t.....uid
i l do so
Ion. Vt
Turnip, Leek
!

I . II


A division whs finally take:
and |

Second I; .din .
not know ihal mot
lists in Babado-.. but in
conlance with the leims of the
, convention, It U cc ered
thai leglalatlve prcwtaion horIJ
n expi. daas giatuiic
the Opposition won on a 9M ,,t the people of .lamuc. fo, UM U> ,n'"U' J"'ri th:,t wa ' '' lldt Ih> mill i.n mi,i-li lni.li
Mr. Adonis ndjniiinmem Ihrn fur ii.-\! mttk. work in Ul
If the
li.
In The Legislature
COUNCIL.
Yesterday
M !,.!.,,'
raalard
Nfrrrl-i,
T.c Hon'bli-
ari lhr li.llo.
No mi Br-Mvalion for Hi* i-
i iik aijir.i. |
UUIIIMM Hill 19M
n.. i ioei bxoi
"- V'D'r ol Jai
"' >' aj u>.- ui-i.,t"i. -t iv. i. -.1...
- hum
A.M. J..
tl~.l.,l

I I
. )M ,11
l.i Um

'
i
m o-h wni Inaiaa,
' | " n*lr
V" Thr Am
Conlioi Itaf.latiOK.
Aluhi I

i>iii.inooae, t-i
--.- ladgVrhf r.
ar.,.i.uoWau.
!'.
i.ii.'i-i "v pro\ i>
of th-
UrltWi O-a.i.- and
Pm-mtina* ol r.t
tm|
i d> (
cost tu the employer of
any matenaU. toola ami
implements lUPpUOd
the employer to ihe
rorkei at ihe latter'a
bi
i>s him in im occupa<
lion; or
I any money advanced '"
art of the Bill refers to ; I plover' lo "the w'orkr'r
'.vhich the labour Commis- (wheUiar paid lo Ihe
..ill exercise i. enforce) the himaalf or to
ona of the it,ii. i havi no ,. on .,t hu
ni* to make on thai boo roqueet) in anticipation
therefore move thai the Pail a .,t ihe reguuu pat
iead a second time" pavmenl of his wages
lio'ioie Mr Mahon aaM Su. Provided thai the total amount
1 regret that the l.<>\''rumen i ', ,.,,,..
seen lit to make , It ^ from the wages of
i Km Barb ulot to have n an) p.. pai loi ind< i Ihe pr
a Bill of this natuie Monlioii ha visions Ol Q hall IKH
been ma'ic ,,t debt i iveiy. but i exceed one-third of the wagaa ol
do not think ihai ,-. i -uid ii:.(>i-"i thi tr.pl..j..- i. thai pay-period
here, or if it ever hapi "lien it mu ,
have been g Hint weeks Waijes
He said Uiat Hon big Ml Cuki
Bgctiofl 8 '"'"' "' "" amployw
I ., bing to, have tha whUe
. gl t thai section it weeks wages on Friday when
which re I 4low
.'
Bed Balvla, Vi
Phlox, Carnatli
am, Corao] li i
urtei
Porget' n Cai
I Pei
Lupin Mud
FOM lit*. BEST IX
MATCHES
ASM itm
THREE PLUMES
MATCHES
O.X SAUE
BVEBYWIKEBE
!
./.( .trriretl!
VRESH SHIPMENT
l1 ltl\% CHOWS
ALSO
tllltK FEEDERS
OF
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VI. ISO*
.
"inullri whti'ti Ihr lUiaril
ifi-l Tpinlp ntf ard -t.nulr <
iUIUklr ondlilJl^
Pxuliiiioi tu approve of lha

. Mag Ml Ox
nf Und II.- prop. |
Rnrtilrin.
.
pciclv^ ol land adjoining in* land* u:
t ChrlUoa**.'. Ctrl. Sti;..
pjtuh ol Ok 1*1 Chupcn foi ,nrrra*n"
-cl.ool bulWUnn and haiiKhum pic
i. (Hindi fm St <
Itrtohilloti lo muke II
i ( .-minille* lj
I,H crl ol
aad

Wo a m.i


1*11 nil in-'

tPr p.iruli al *ll
I
ol In. lormr Clui.k)
-.1. Rra-uUti,.!!, l".l Ho
.1, h m; <;. ..
Mr. I: L. Ware (El uid that
taking thr Hill M it was on the
Order Paper he never thought
would havi
thai bgy. And ao he fall li

the |i 1' that they should cheek up n>- atatami ioioid.
I. W
Hill postponed Tor a week and he Bl ,titui, n
[' nallv moved thai eon'ideralion of i iboaf DrpJttm*rit
" 5? beJ?rir'i,,';'",n;.,n -' "'" '
Tuesday and thai me Hill be lanen Th, Co,,,,i ,Krn-d ic s;i c I
H Order of Ihe Day.
HOUSE !
iy permitted by thi
thi! Act or of an. Ihg)
employei dedu
, ,. tion or maki
tract with a worker for any
.. Hen from Ua
b) the employei to the
worker, or for any payiqanl to the
. en t.lover bv the
an] line or of had
i /anaarj or noniineni irork 01 tor injury
a Ih* aiateri ill or othei pi
Inlui i ad b) the wilful
nii-tondurt or rrfgl* I of tin
worker,
"Thi* as far U I e
* create dabli with ra-
to watchmen In thi
i'vh. tt. ii la ognfaad fat
i ihal watchmen In tl
I | :
I '.ihing undei ~ r p<
.....,. In 'de ihape di |i I pi on
iv loot -.lie value of thai
deducted from hi- wagei If tha*
Ig to be ato)
*hat poaltlon it .would i
sugar industry in with regard b
watchmen, especially with rear.
an Fnda
:
ni,i then gok
and saying hi' ivantl
two thirds of what wan paid "
i
Hon'ble Mr Challenor iald li
thought ihe point made by tr
Ml Field could tie' bet-
ter rawed in Committee
Hon'ble Mr. Field aald hi
that some honourabli
would want an expla
'hen.
The Hill was then H
.i Select Committee.

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II V
t Kill 11 WIMIIMtlllAII
LTD ".d ol B.o I SUM
L
GALVANISED
PIPES
1li"2"
?
CITY GARAGE
TRADING Co., Ltd.
VICTORIA STREET
iva* an >:

! Ol HKllOn
i. T-nrr am. ivzi d
Tht Coutwii p-*o
. ido lor UM
[llHlien of arrtfw
p di '


HUM r>
pOiwd a Kni.l.



lopplr*.
to praedlal laro I
prevalent *-
k
watchman in deen i lo ha<
t^oniethinn to &
would realise that if the \jUlue ,.
the lost article wa* a< mu to hi
' '
teallng It
Wilful DamaLie
rther' I
The aarr
laya: "You may maki .
induction for any darnagl
youn p-..-..,. jury ton-,'' in aeer-

Thli I
-'---*,*.--'-'-',*.'.-,'.*,'
LIBERTY BED SPREADS
A select lew of Lib<. r> s Fines!
SILK NOIL BED SPREADS
For single bed, bciutiiuliy
*otked illustialioi B on each
one
also
DAMASK BED SPREADS
by Lib"; i i
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
t.
'.V/MV/MWWOVMW/M
A STITCH IN
TIME SAVES
LIVES!
Tiry ofUn a little cold whan
naglactao laada on to vary
erloim cooaaqnanean reaffMag
of a cold ** your Doctor then brliiK Ihe pre
KMI.HiS DRUG
FOR QUICK & ACCURATE DISPENSING
RIDE A
HOPPER
BICYCLE
*e
II Milt lIHts IW.XOHf I.Ul.
Wl.il. rark H, ..I.
' jC**V9-t'.vt*VC*,*
bC*CV/.V.WAV.V.


fA.iF. SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Ml l>\l -|l\\ -IITIMIIIR I* ItSI
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
SPALDING
VILLA
TABLE TENMIS BALLS
exclusively chosen
for Ike
WORLDS
CHAMPIONSHIPS
BOiMBAY L\IIIA
FEBRUARY 1 10th 1952
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and CreoV Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW
Pkgs JACOBS CREAM CRACKERS .49 IO Jars PEANUT BUTTER .58 ..
Pkgs. MOIRS CHOCOLATES 13 bars' .33 :i I Pkgs. GRAPE NUTS .39 .: I
Pkgs. MIXED FRUIT .48 At Cakes IVORY SOAP .27 M
Glands MadeYoung
-Vigour Renewed
Without Operation
| b-'orf M l

,i stjsw
I. .imp.. kM
i,y IO take, *t t** "*' ""d^i^tr^"i
IMlltn Imso'. "ri"1. -
-.tT?r '.Jusd Vi-TMi. l*if"- )'
kss-uSt iSr s5& S
a t-.ii.. whw* i..t. I-";,, s?;;
S "SS-S K?.'~S; S;-1""
tnKU ~"-"""f,,,1,J",Sl'? Sro.
Vi-Tabs KJftnC
..fares HubW MM* Virgil,
I OMl THAT
3r>#*WV
5 ^ V\N
?CK i
\ SACROOL |
m WOMHIIII L
5 UMBD1 5*
^* *;
N FOR PAIN ....... 1
6 (! S 1
I kMliHrSltKlliSlllRFS;:
-: :;
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
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L*-1>*
tw />, IQ
. i & Hjf
/jSK
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THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
BPQX '

... *
an
recommended
fainfantfading
KI.IM tsiili.il lut inl'jiKtin.mi;-ilVilssiss
pure sjte in.) unilornils imiirisliiiiv;. M l\l Mp>
plm tin bnpoRuM Rsod mcntlala Modcd fist
mhiii i" ii"" Mr.mil: md ImlUiu. And Kl IM ti
leadilt dssnJNMl MHIfhll iiii|i.iil.nii fa.....I
Abos. .11. Kl IM is Ji fiimtjblt. Il'snul uujM.i.
in* ,nJI SO **, M.nluis iir.kr ill
1. KLIM is pure, sof< milk
2. KLIM keeps without r.friq.ration
3. KLIM quality it always uniform
4. KLIM is excellent for cjrowing children
5. KLIM adds nourishment to cooked dishes
V KLIM IS MCOMMINOIO ton INFANT HIDING!
*- 7. KLIM Is sat. In the speciallypacked fin
8. KLIM is produced under strictest control
gS^Tolepo.. Q wat.r. ^ CSVlS
NOW! Dental Science Reveals
PROOF THAT BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATINO
IS THE SAFE, EFFECTIVE WAY TO
HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY
with
Colgate Dental Cream
JOINT AND
MUSCLE PAINS
may mean kidney trouble
A function of the kidney* is lo eliminate
harmful impurities from the system. If the
kidney* grow sluggish, these impurities
in particular excess acid accumulate and
settle, and become a cause of pain and
suffering in joints and muscles.
The way to tackle the root of the trouble
is to help the kidneys. They should be
toned up with De Witt's Pills the medicine
made specially for this purpose. De Witt's
Pills have a soothing, cleansing and
antiseptic action on the kidneys that s
brings them back to perform then
natural function pioperly.
De Witt's Pilla are a ery well-tried
remedy. They are sold all orer the world
and we have many letters from sufferers
telling; of relief gained, after years of
suffering after taking De Witt's Pills.
They act on the kidneys quickly. Why
not try them for your trouble ? Go to
your chemist and obtain a supply to-day.
-Jtf
DeWittsPil'S
.ft m.r i.fthj to'
BACKACHE
JOINT PAINS
RHEUMHTIC PAINS
LUMBAGO
SCIATICA
OUR GUARANTEE
De Witt's Pills .ie
m.dr lllldn strictly
hjnenic conditions
and the ingredients
to npd j
BL.nd.rdt of purity.,
I .^.:
KLIM MILK
flRST IN PMMIINCI THE WOULD OVER
DE WITT'S PILLS
for Kidney and Bladder Troubles


Wl i. -i -i>\\ -i rii Mm i: i
I'.RIIADOS Al)\ OCATK
PAI.I -I \ .N
CLASSIFIED ADS. "n,,M SA,,S
Fon him
' i'" i IM*
IOII .SALE
ant U i
l-' C*-"P liN
. u*ul II M u- **
cAaepa iml Tl .' ad
* ,**I* ,tu"JU ) li-KBl ..(** It
I tnxtfa a c*-t
l-ars* 1. for any numb*! of woida,
Lp l W and 6 irnU per word for each
.rd Term, cash Phono Ml.
between I ., aft.. 4pm
The .h.ife lor inimuMriiLriiti of
DiiMi. Marriage*. Drain*. Acknnwl-
"n Memo, lam notlcoa u
. week-dat* and |1 SO on Sunday.'
. ids up to . and'
k-dari
par woid cn Sunday* lor
REAL l-M a 11.
IHH Ms

I >l\ I .MH i -i I IOI M.l.ril tl .11
iii i -i DIM i * %M W i




fit* will be- for on* yaar
. r


I
it* rate ><


i

HwMtaJ Manager and

ent to Ui*
:
HOlROIMi A i.OOt.INU
also
IINCm* fur CITY CIXJUCS
Hraaonablc Term*. At Baila-l rk*
<1umplon Strvrt. Centrally locat*d
oppoaito Hanlaon Called* Apply
in P*ion Talephona UM
f Sl-4n
AUTOMOTIVE
l\ A Now IP 51

lf*T Mum.
li-l'plHXl*
II P il -in
ii a -.

or rnda.v ll.i ft**.leinb*>
me ill
ti* Truck .-in br pppB
miMr* It f || -
N IT I. II A, ( T an aiproved
"'Md ll-H. Upper Hay Rt
I '"I ml Aquatic Club* All
modern convent*..** Appv i
J
LODGE Barbai
!* ii pali

irdir- Ma>
: .i Phot* Bin
IP I It4*
on JO OOP aquarr
f ......
mtchan*tt.
'" aBB*
hou**. Bat...
in beaim- I
n-AT J. nnfOALOW Modafn fur-
'*''-" II i I .. - 'i coral
.if With Ft 1fe Silver
.lllun Nd Lfeaaaj To an approird tenant
Avpl* I.' Alma I....!-:* , No . Coral
II f 81- Jn
Dial
KAVT OAatDCMI
Harbour Log\ S*g British Bun
In Carlisle Bay
:
1
I .n-.i a II Sch Imanual C Qordon
Mart arl ft
-.. h Tutile Itove *rh Mary
M Ia.udal.pha. Per. Walei
III M PV>r*..c* Ft.
Ml IMl Sch Philip II l>a>id
ARHlVAIdt
Alcoa rioneet. 4.PI5 Ion*
11-'. i . It,.,,! MarllnlQu*
Alcoa Pilgrim, int kgpj
laasanaen. in.m Trinidad
rort Aanhrr.i | PM ,
Kcan. from Trinidad
Th, uwdaraiapiad .ill offer (or aata al
. .lilK-i at then (Nil.-*. No H
I if) HM a Mlda. lh.-
II.t da) of drptcmber IMI al I 30 p in
The u>eliii,nonae known
LAWNY with Baa land wheraoci
Hand*, i
, ,,, J aama stand*, contalnlni b^ i

- (n-.-lr -l4r 1
< H.i.nea Co Ltd Dial 43B1
lb t i ii
'.. \: .(.
New. tun rwnvtd C^rt
*> in-: ! IP P II
.' Van in good work-
H . ^. i.-i.i-
II t II -Jn
ELECTRICAL
I.' '-I I.. I II itU.I.K-\TUH
Hrliip. i
. p| ^....... i< a t
i i Tuiaiaar Al Ian m
II V SI 3'
P SI
COTTl-r. CATrORD A Co
freehold
Cullodrn
of Cul-
Th* Tinder mentioned l
I 1 ..Ml, , :,., HUM
?*Ttemo*r 1P6I at 1 pm
Thai dei>..n* t^,, .i,.Ti,il
i** known at
tr 0| the l-.mrlioi
toO*r and Dalkeith Road*,
IPM i**t The noiiar
rt*>*ii verandah, bath and toilet d...
.i.-.t..n. law bedroonu) ioki
with bath and tollef Two servant.
rOOOaf, parale fo. I car and tool roon
II built f .tone m ihe Jid
I between .1 p mi and 6 p in
-ept Sund.it. oi
with the owner Mr St <
0 1 CLARKE A Co.
%MI l
HELP
-M1HT MAKERS
\
s
I
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Al'CTION
ii u mit .. |p


1

MltH ELLANEOUS
I'lllSOA Al
AQUATIC CLUB
CINEMA
\ni h i:
with much h
thai the ManaRcment ]
iinnnunci-s that alter j
Thursdiiv. S'pirmber
27lh
the Club's Chit-ma will
i LOSED. Due to the '
small attendance tif
berS, for quite some
time, ihe Management
betn reluctantly
t I mak. ihi'-
deeision.
Owing to the
number ol Cinemal now
operating In the Island it
bj not poesible lor the
S Club show
*; New Films u formerlyj
^ and, as most ol the Mitn-
^ utrs wi-h - fiot.ta
{i i their nrai showing,
; there is not sufl
keep the
nema running.
IT.-One .Ii Bin
ilh uphol.trrrd dunlopillu
LIVESTOCK
l :. .' . rark it,... m
III' Muti.ni Pup Oi.r p in Alaatlan Male Pup father pcdiaic* | Aii. .- Hill Doir> DHJ
II v 1'...,!,. .-,.1 1'., inn l'tl"> iBIdtlll 1 wvek. old Dial 11 P II M
MECHANICAL.
RIHDIIIUi PRone IIM 11*11 '
I IAWN MOWFrWphona UM in M -ii

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
*nor i-itAPFi. si
<>i TIU.'II.IDAY the 10th .,.
' I i ...
inlie iron. Huatrd at Ide
corner of Chapel and Halt v
Plantation* Ltd Sal* 1 ..-clock
1FJ.MS CASH
BRANKER TROTM1N CO.
Tl.- pobli. -.. ke-eb- w arap-d ak-m.l
lo 'P- WU- riaakJIri.dlr.
nrr Th,-i. ..a, I 42 not fJaVmratH
p ah*
isu: KINDlr
"*"'. >< ariliak Gubana
\ H '
Cap! EaPJI
P, l.l Ion* | .
- pi
. for :
AMtn
Nn VdMt
R
P* Til.Ml',Ii
II I'AHTV'RES Bv U
I r ST

dj
. Ml
Fort Amh*r-i
I .
"mit Amhn.i
Spcott. I
MAKTIMw1 I
-I M VOHK
'. -
ence Btran. Edith T..l,l


'.huut poet, i.
tutu Mi, Its I,
the Ministry of Pood atfaOuacwl
in taaatea,
Tli.> .i.-i.ii.il 1...THT- vitldPT Ihi'
i>i!al Ktuii> OrdijT, Ittl, which
authoriM- ihrpe Un<
pottnt dry inixlurrs. mill aVtUCB
wps Upu.i th la*t to.
SHIPPING NOTICES
Ginatlian Nalional Steamships
1H ......I Nl.
I.NCIEM
Ml I
lAUV MH
Maatifal
P A.
.. Sept
M Sept
Ptaiba-., Bark**..
J Oat 4 "Jet
S..II.HI..., -...
mi Blocks and of any
nudC licfure Ft-tTiiary
LADY RODNIY
ivotnd
_Bl I'
RATES OF EXCHANGE
N
;.bout Iht- 24th Scplen*l
Q
T
r.vat A-d>

:
t \ .,..
arplcmtMi IS IP
..... .
Banker.
Pi
Draft.
w a, i-. |.
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-Arcnt..

SAGUENAY TERMINALS
MAIL NOTICF
i \\ Mil \N s| inn I.
Kfi.m llnlilav. SS.4. Mt.iiiti-iil
Ik
I- 'I % I -IV I Ii
-i NPBIN<
11 A.* \ U Am
A..* \
pnv.f< I
BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL
TENDERS EOR SUPPLIES
SEALED TENDEHS will be rpceived at Ihf Hospital up lo I2|
o'emk noon on Wednesday. IBih Seplrinbrr. 1951. for Mipuivun;
rtaetsa in Umj MaOWUag linm for a period of six months from 1st
CXiober. IMI:
(It FRESH BREAD
(2) ALCOHOL
(3) COFFINS, and prarMUuj MEAItSK I UM I nrltJ "( tl
dead -l the Weslbur> l'ciiietft\
(4) PURE FRESH MII.K. between 100 and 200 pints ;i day :
only.
Forms for Ihe respective tenders will be mpptUd on ippUcatloa
in tlu* Stcretary of the (Jeneral Hospital und li-ndris will not b.
vnienatned except UhQI arc on forms Mipplu-d In llu llin.i.i. I
Persons leridcrt/iu tnusl aubinil al llu* linu' n/ lifidern
front lu*o other persons knou'n to potsetM property, npn -
irlIIliiaitem to ba^COrrMI bound as sureties for Ac (ulftbnriif of 0t*
contract.
Terms of contract and any further particular* may be obtained
on application at the General Hospital
u.a.Bi'3n.
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IK Sl.KVKK.
I.iv. rpoel .mil Qlaagow
i *p> lad Banapi
ll.rrpaal t.la.aoa Ir.l.. nrldj-laaw
a, -.-. m
OB i.....t
IK Sc CONTINENTAL SI K\ H I
IBJBIH p-ii*
t.ar.lrj \ril
laadaa *! rlrldcl-
Itarhad..
I
AtfenlT. : PLANTATIONS LIMITED Phone ITlll
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
Iin-h. Of14lh
.....1 ?N 1*11
-.111 IN 111 PLVMOI IM AMI
\ -H 1 1 1 r 1
IPTAB 1... IMI
1. Itl 1 .1 l ' M.I.
JIB n ,.
-II \ ilk I4t>. wplfn.l.. i IMI.
ON III 1
IM. II IKIMIIM. 1 .1. .M M-.II.M
IT,IS V a .ipsi
IMI T 1 IV,,. M. llltltll
Ml-I 1 .. IPI1
nopRi IOPBHh Pi>|ileinlvt IMI
FRENCH LINE
S Ml 1S(. lit
t M.I IMI A I | \M .
OAM OONI 12nd Sp-
i'i.ti. via >l Lu
\I..itiii. i
>
t OlaOMBIK** Uth '
-
p nage to
* Club's t'liiiTii.
'.'-'-'-'---.--'-*-*--.*-*-*--*'----V'**-'**-*
FURNITURE
AUCTION
" AIRY HILL "
St. George
TO-DAY
of Mahopanv and other Furnitura


IMT Hllhnan Ten I
ait* M.06T1. 4 N.i
tl i fticellent
11 "'- '' | 1 M s. ..
and I pm.
Kldm- I \ in. Oval.
I
' "tun and 4 Car
I Tab I*.
Cabin*!* BHibiias. T>-. Ti.,ii,-v
Beokihalv*. iiq.m CaHtU
i i d
Bark i
Daoli
>v ,
. .. ,
:
'M Boataaa*. Hal
Hland. Swivel Office
1 .
rial Topped Writlns D**k
DoubJ*
llarl
Tpbta 'Single
D"*.ln|[ T.hl- OlaU
l.ip. Tripl* Mine
W.haUnd. Pr Siiipla riedil.
wiih Voro BprtnCS.
T.ibira Wardri-be wiln lon(

LptSM
ILL Tin: Miiivi
:n IUXOOAH1
i I.' -.,,,t
on* ano
Hnghoup* rtadiii-
i i
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Telephone Table an I
Orai.i-' Wrtt-
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CBUIfe with Il'ii.i,nni:.i Cuahlona.
i 1 1

Board*. CmkI r-aUttcd Bedroon.

Table -
I Uat-
Filled
Il M.ltrr...
'..hie Blool.


Plate, 2
and rtalane* Sc...
Cookar. Preaervins I
Kitchen Uten.it*. Oardeti Tool*
I
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CASH
:
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AUCTIONEERS
im*mhimW*m*mm
b CO.
A F S F V \
Phone 4G40
Planlalions Bnildinu
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PAfiF. KUIIIT
II \Kit Mm-. ADVOCATE
\HHMMiW
Barbados Water Polo Teams Trained Hard
Con lexis Exciting From
Skurt To Finish
TRINIDAD StoKUj (B: ft
Th*. Baibai: a lru-n
names on Sunday to visit Mararas Bay. one of Ti
t pleasant da>
iMiii. playing beach crick* n shad}
cocoanul II
Th* s > C.a*cogne which
brought thr teams, t.. rumdad Th* *> *" '<"
dockea in Port yed at night b\ floodlight The
uroximotely 9.30 on F: id Wl,! *
the flrrm

..fter eJeei nd ulkinir ,**n vWtlnf Uw Yacht i
thr tconw were "'^ ectiee white ottatn
Hotel Norrnandie. especially Detben Bann
.1 small dJttrl Bvelya .itr doing a fair
Inn'*, it is ju.t off unounl of road-work TI
not f.u from Trtnl- ''"' r Sul1'1 >"
ini House. "'It chasing the Truiidad
OpMfcM 0-
The opening game* of the eariea few 'urtonaaaround thr s
..> i i Fi; ,. mglii Tiw rirld
l Id of play i
ngflgh win mately the same length |
Barbadoe, but appears to iw
ftw yards narrower. The
of their d.ck The* offside hm
0 match for thr qulcK and Hnrbados players And H
Lag Barbadians AeuH to koop i
match was .. walk over ha the iwnnef guide flag on tin- lourn
line In ihe tout nub ha plaj
i.,: than bavej bean no fewi
the Bai U '
.-...

t Govemoi Ranco will pi i
-
roUowlii
the final M \ ell dtnnci
apei talafa Ha ' "a*1
.... k- and ' ' ""'''' N""'-
: the visitors who kMTVe
rollowtnj day to ratal
.. i
i i Kelt] Katfc _________________
Tern*
1
are moat Internal
' aboil. .'
have lav
proved greatly since last Novem-
ber The Barbados I...;.,
it most difficult to get through in
the tint'hair. This was chiefly due
i by the
gi^ilheeier
Gatdiffe, btei of John
the, Trti custodian,
i lop form and It
SI II.I. I.\" IIIM.
Visitors unprawed |A, u Amend
ll\ llull> l.i .1-11. 11
'Labour Act
\\ Ork
* nt Act. IMS

mKliliw- I" rrlnl- ' ' \ '"111 lh
Goodwill Uamic ycaferday mom- ror '!- h'
nig. They wore shown around by a,i.,
Mr John M
n much ImpKnrd with '"* "}" "' ''" '- "
. done by Mr. B. .
.nd Mr. I
placr .nd what it stands lor la of J j"* prolceti
i.lan.1 I '""' "
It has God's bk
Mi .Vli.i: Li
.
commendable To Mr BV
aid. "Keep this good work up."
Mr. Be<

where tin n around
Burton, Headmistress.
From Um fl to the
Nightingale Mcmorul Home at
Black Roal
rf< ri again they con
the good work done and
"sphere of
'
. .ii by tin- aur-
ol thf building and the
i>cui.iiiui vegetable gardens.
Mr Bryai. who lefl I
ii ,. I uri
AmhrrM aid tnat he vi
anjoyad hi Mas In ih>
when it climuurd with
n> httie t-.ur yesterday mornlna
. oeei
b> incml i I I. (>
Includint if they
' itdon. an


Council

- ndiiig legislation was
required.
Fret,' t "iniiiimn .itimi
.' verv little In add to
.! the
PMMO CABNERA. -b*avywelshl bexlag ckaawloo of tlm world,
and nowluie of the world I fon-iim |p on rUMttafcy
of Oarinany, whom lie eefeated in Ituni- nt the nnt coutest of his
eeattaeatal tom Baaei
id.
Biftj Thrill For
LoihUmi Alhlt'tits
Wtnt, Parlett Dead Heat Altslraiians Wickvts Will Ve Covered 1^ & here, they Inyadee

1 kM to the LiB-
' and the offi-
eers of tine Labour Department
given the lama i--w -
pectlon II under
Factory An, 1947 and !"-
the Labour Cnminissioner, Assist-
ussi.'iner and the La-
bour Ofti.' L be prohlbl-
I or b
direel in..
at 1
tor :
thf. iurnc 1 witny paaaengai
r fart I to theii
-i..d wiih four passengers un She had *3 in- sup*' "
tranaha on board.
"Furl Amht'rst"
Oath tiere
Sonic of
lengan
The Ilnn'hlr the Colonial See-
|rt Amhen.IV [ .....e Bill
ak.iik the euttn ''' "'" -,vnnn "r-,p
Kill l'n.iei-t'ssar>
ng 'memo
.-1
the end of the day'i
LOM'UN SYDNKY S, ; || wicket
A London athbli lad Thi* year's tour by the Weal pin
one of (hi icket taam ut ! affect- Tl
< a son when Aithui .: their 1th this arrange-
-'ii --. i.1 i. ^ii i.i
i jowpnine u^e alaqt-atrldtorj AA-A-champion '> the Austral
.n"v.V_?^.''!:' " a nack; to The Board ajmo
Bl nlnetu
Barbados."
Tlie Fort Amhentt Milled for St
Vincent during the afternoon
i I '> .....' he
FLOUR ARRIVES
THK SS AlCOi I'tene.r
hurged here tnd... :n0bag> l"'";': '
-entUMtS
this, period oloaa arara the runneri thai Ihi
the nlghl -.- 'I'l not separale them n. bourne UV
eondiuon proved bettei than theti dacldina the arinnei Tbati t n*
opponiT.tv and n. the MCOnd tiiilf n.ui.. S1.6 sees., in one ii] tin
three mon orar for the balf-mlk
r-. hT<
M tn kfeasra. A. s
* rill
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Qeneral Tra
moat interesting game H
i magnlfMiani rao Pai
'
thai the 2011 runs follow-on rule
ind f iiurbados ladies will ha\*a lotl led .it tha rtarl at ndard of 190 rui
to heap playiui thai, i-est U thaj ovartahan by What .it the begin bj tru Board
hop- I., wm the aerlei One nine, of the back straight. Neck p agreed lhat the
On m pitch. >- be antlraly eoverad during
i cost them tha leaving the 0kl behind tba W< t Indies 1 u ThUwlllbi
nly balanced tha Parlett, who btmaatl U tall and the Ant
in fo be at thi* stage of long In leg, Ippe......1 to be faking has been completeu
the scries. ^,. u .
. the and of the Brat lap waa jui
r-xeilini; ,_ Th(.ir |r] .hl (
The menu first test was eve i , .,(tlll,hlFlli p
dung A batUe of glanu ,(ll ,, totahln| ,
- UM.half ,,, to ,,,,,. the ...-
Auatralli
footing Tim Trinidad forward line
their weak link Hud they
had Roddy Bynoe, who they el.i
dead he.iL
The treat Sydney Wooderto
the only athlete to have
... good sh.tinB rorm ,l( " ''' ll,r'u,n- .
with Hex aVgatefn and Dave * """liig, the Clt> Charlt)
Barcant. It would be impossible Athletu contaot far the (
Lild Times shield, was the ftm In be
nine bean like It i- rumoured held U Ixmdon unde, tull-senle
that Ri i "oodlighUng.
AX-ond teat Which takes place to- Another ure.t cheer went up
morrow ..ft. .-n, lie b,t- lusn when K MacDonnld BaiVtJ won
out of tha water foi eeveral waaki the 100 yardi Invitation
now. but Trinidad feels he will \e,.dina from the gun. Hi* thlM
- wtrengthen their chancca waa ;" n It - hta first ap-
o far in the met 'a aartaa pearaoee since he equalled the I0D
I Me-
The Plonee.
i I ta at) i vening foi
i rlpltfl EN signed tc
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TO-DAY ii..1 TOMORROW 4 45 R 5 p m.
SITTING PRETTY
. lllrliiN WIBB MAl'BEFN OIIARA
AMI
Whul's On
Toduy
Police Court* and Conrt of
OriKinal Jun-dicUoi.
arid
has been on the rougl
seems Uul these tactics will con-
tinue for the remaining PMrtchaa,
-.. avenlj Iha hwuna
;ind so keyed up .!! the pityara
two players out of the Bfatei foi
major foul-. In the first test had
not Smith been suit might wvll have bean i Bhihi
drar* However, it seems that imUei cricket teau
-Auatl alia .ire
. ei tain goal arrive Ni
for the other side. | ikaro
imue to taha chano 1 he
Over WMl
The sjamTa have Ue
t.l
W .1. Team For
\ow /i-iilaml

Uh West
bub uj to
X| I
Zealiind on tin
Uth s. pa
II leavi two days later,
I
well Senteiriiei Mtth
( i oaa Mitution Chancry
Suit 10.00 a.m.
Exhibition of Photoirspli- by
Hie R.irli.oloH Camera Club
at the Barbados Hn>rnui
10 00 a.m to H.iK. p.m.
I'.Oi,- tl ni-l Hi 1 '
Aim-house 7 ifi p.m.
caaraatAi
Pl.n HiiiI.'I.i-ii
- I .
I .. -lil- I1
lnai.n l.,rl<-M
THE OUTRIDERS
ll. McCRK \
AUI.KM UAHI
ileonj 4ii Box *
Mr, Cuke said: "I

,
i mould hue to make It ekaa
here, thai on
'% for .i lot of
earisi if of
K

. are a-king u-
r.di in Una bj paaal
l ,ii" willing to do so.
mi l am rptlna any 1m-
i are be-
Utlota
hu island, Such condition.-
lo not i i '
'('oiiditi'
... to perhaps It
trj and gel
haas Ihlni i but u lot
f the thinii-. included in this
'
Labour Com-
Bvery worker in Bar-
' "he Iji-
I llil -Mulll'l
in- ii7il"'l im d
bum Oraat Britain h
hLs convention and hi dta
K to f.ill i Ing such
The Bin waa eventually *ven
la second and third readings and
aamsd
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Just Received New Storks of $
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on, S aulllen,
U Feryuson. It J.
.1 Tun ind \ I
followed by water polo fans hero.
(Kei siie.IKi.i-;
Oral night end over ','' 'J''
Snid the sacond. Barbados ,.,,.',.,,,,
too I. well m-pie-enled m Ihe ^SJ'
Ueslde. many j stollinej., ,o,.l c (I.
lh. tc......,,l,i In Auslr.ll.
'..... ii-'..-i nwmbers of Hie team who
v.-ho made th.- trip estiecuilly lo wt|| tlJV(l to A,.
' I M W.....ii l ti vrwka K t
'lh tin- I...... I ,11. W.il.ott. A I1
ft ularly to hall foi It.,. It . Marshall and K Hi. k-
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YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
From Codnngton
Hainf.ll Nil
TotJl Rainfnll for Month to
date, fi.tm ins
lfighcd Timpiratirt1 s?f *f
Lowest Teuiperatine: 74 r. -F
WuhI Velocity: f mile- per
hour ^ -
Barometer: |B im) 2V'v
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