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ESTABLISHED EL ABLISEED 106 7.



RUSSIA FEARS R

Soviets Drive To
End Re-armament

» By W. GRIGG
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 belief
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
these recent developments:—

Firstly the renewed appeal by
the Soviet controlled East German
Government last Saturday for All-
German elections, restoration of a
unified Germany, a German peace
treaty and the withdrawal of all
occupation troops.

Secondly, the article published
last week by East German Com-
munist Press chief Albert Norden
calling for “concessions by both
sides” and proposing free elections
under a secrecy guarantee through-
out Germany.

Cc slombia’ s First
Elected Congress

In Two Years

BOGOTA, Sept.

Officials said Colombia's
elected Congress in two years
will convene October 12, with 51
House seats and 22 Senate seats
vacant. No candidate polled suffi-
cient votes for vacant -seats in
last Sunday’s election which was

18.
first

Thirdly, an open declaration of] boycotted ‘by the Liberal party.
war on West German, re-armament
by the East German Government] Conservatives won all other
during the “peace rally” in Berlin seats—40 in the Senate and 71
in August coupled with the eall toJin the House — according , to
West German Communists to use| 2¢2rly complete official returns.

Colombia has been without an
elected Congress since the pre-
dominantly Liberal Legislature
was dissolved in 1949.

strikes, sabotage and other plans
to wreck Big Three re-armament
plans for Germany.



Fourthly, the recent threat} Yjiberals abstained from Sun-
that ‘any Western Germans sup-|qay’s election in protest against
porting European Army be con-|the retaining of the martial law
midered “war criminals.” decree over the past two years.

Fifthly, the recent Soviet note atl,
to France warning her of the con ‘
sequences of carrying through the
European Army plan and the +
Schuman plan for the Western W.I. Students

Europe coal-steel pool.
Sixthly,

Collect £548 For

the clamping down of

the Soviet “hunger blockade” on . .
West Berlin’s food supplies twe J ca Relief Fund
weeks ago.

reneweq Soviet campaign LONDON, Sept, 18.

The Jamaican Hurricane Re-
lief Fund has now received £548
t hkowHeat URditties "Th {=
London during the showing of
the film depicting the damage
done by the recent hurricane.
Over £75,000 thad been col-
lected up to this afternoon for
the relief fund.

This is in addition to some
£25,000 already forwarded to the
Jamaica Government by business
firms and private individuals in
this country.

Total made up of £51,250
than they had thought and after) collected by Barclays Bank,

74 abortive sessions, the con- 0,000 by the West India Com-

ference broke down without even(| nfitteeé, and £2,600 by other
agreeing on an agenda.—U.P. banks receiving donations.

24-Hour General
Strike In Italy

ROME, Sept. 18.
Italian Government business will cease for 24 hours at mid-
night tonight when 1,500,000 state workers quit jobs in a
nationwide strike to support the demand for higher wages.
Trains scheduled to leave at the time of the strike will not
leave the stations while trains already running stop at mid-
night sharp at the nearest important station.
| . Post Office, telephone and tele-
graph workers will continue oper-
ation on skeleton staffs while other
state servants including street
sweepers, garbage collectors and
|tax offices will remain closed

tollowed a let up of several months
in Moscow’s . efforts to block}
Western, (iit appadéntiv ¥earinz
that the arming of Western Ger-
many was imminent Soviets
climaxed a month’s long campaign
of threats by calling for a Big Four
Four Ministers conference to dis-
cuss the questions.

But by the time Foreign
Ministers Deputies met in Paris
on March 5, the Russians ap-
peared to have decided that as
a result of Allieq differences,

| the danger was farther away

|
| The
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TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise: 5:50 a.m. | throughout Wednesday.

Sunset: 6.02 p.m. | Despite a last minute appeal by

Moon: Full acting Premier Attilio Piccionio,

Lighting: 6.00 p.m. | Italy’s three big Labour Unions,
i tw att i .

Full Tide: 6.10 a.m, 5.57 p.m | two non-Communist and one en

| tirely Communist controlled have
‘issued word that the strike is to
be staged,—U.P.

Low Tide: 11.38 a.m.

_

Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund

THE FUND goes forward by leaps and bounds, as another $300 found
its way into it. This was spearheaded by a donation of $240 by Planta-
tions Ltd., a fine example to those big businesses which have not yet
sent in their gift.

Every cent is urgently needed, and small or great donations are wel-
come at either of the Banks or at the office of this newspaper.

HAVE YOU HELPED?

The opportunity calls to you again to-day.





Hurry and answer the




call. The Jamaicans are suffering—sufferings that increase as time passes.
Bring in your assistance to-day.
Amt. prev. ack. $10,399.35
Advoeate Co, Ltd
Staff T. R. E. 27 19.00
Cyril Cox 1.¢
IR. M. C 5
Fred Smith 2
The Barbados Ci
’ Service Associa-
tien 48
| A Sympathiser
George Sandiford
| Lees eee. e
Smith 5
M. R. E 2.00
C..9; wv 2.00
Tallulah & keke 1.00
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Mr. & Mrs. H. Blair
Bannister 10.00
3.8: ¥ 25 00
u & &F Gowd 10 0
Royal Bank of Canada
r & Mrs
Harold Ir 1
Plantat 240)
y. 3 i
10,79)



The donatiog appearing in yesterday’ $ newspaper as Barbados Co-op
Cotton Factory Ltd., should have read “Staff of B’dos Co-op. Cotton Fac-

tory” $5

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WEDNES SEPTEMBER 1951



from All Quarters:



Man Survives
5 Bullet Wounds:
A Cracked Skull

A NEGRO who survived five
bullet wounds and a battered skull
testified Tuesday he was offered
$2,100 to say he did not recognize
two Laundry Union organizers as
his attackers.

j
i

Holton Newbold’s testimony
came in the trial of Dave Kam-
inski, alias Kaye, and Isaac, both
formerly of Detroit. They are
charged with shooting Newbold
and leaving him for dead along

a canal here last February 28
Newbold was working
Kaye and Isaac last winter in try-
ing to organize laundry employees

here.

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;: ‘ of the Schedule to the Principal a
_ Missing — A Royal Dutch Air- Act : : ate OF ee FL port °\4
lines D.C. 3 passenger plane with The amendment to the night ; boop onpel B gece ang” Sieey |
six passengers and four crewmen iz ee A ‘ . UMAN WARNS US. admission | om
“ ' ork of Women’s Conventions \ ; +o the 12-nat Nou Atlantic / an
was reported missing on a_ flight rovides a more flexible def ( =o Woday but ~y
from Rio de Janeiro to Sao Paulo. tein foe “ntl SFE. ORES. ORNS NEW YORK, Sept. 18 Alliance was Latest details were not known ee “a er at 50 Bs to allow Tor Truman said to-day that a few | Denmark bli eke yuick decisic
but it is understood that a search ; ill “ “ito, the be poe * hich Americans “often posing as! wa american
is being conducted for the missing : © preverable from the poimt! superpatriots” —have taken ad-} q » confident
plane. { view of the workers and at the vantage of “confusion and fear bers were _con ta “A
Recovered—Sir Stafford Cripps, fame time will be consistent with] for partisan purposes.” portant, issue ‘Ww a amen
former British Chancellor of the the terms of the Convention, “Let us beware of “impostures, when the move to noe foe
Sxcheguers Has mapas: & Hao) Dr. #. G.C uw pretended patriotism which Western Alliance is rev (
satisfactory” recovery from the Dr i ummins moved the Washington warned us against in | decision. —s
tubercular bone disease which rage reading of the Bill and his farewell address,” the Presi- Unanimous action is required. A
forced him to resign from the Mr. PF. L Walcott seconded. dent said in a letter to Arthur J./ request for pomiponenirer was
Cabinet, doctors said i Mr, W. A. Crawford expressed Freund Chaitman of th e}made by the Danish Foreign Min-
The physician Dr Dagmar he view that the amendment did Criminal Law section of the Am- ister Kraft.
Liechti, said tests now showed no not go far enough, He wanted to erican Bar Association sa
trace of the malady. know why no provision was made The letter was read at a panel He asked for time to sone:
Lost — One General — French or the protection of pregnant ch Stenvethian ¢| with Copenhagen. Action might be
enc pregnié discussion on the “protection © 9. cil to-
General Jean De Lattre De Tas- women individual rights and Govern- | taken by the 12-nation Coun ;
signy, expert at finding and whip- While the Bill sought to regulate) ment security in times of stress’ ;day if Kraft’s eer we
ping Soemeunnee Se. a ie work for young persons andl at the Association's annual meet- | immediately forthcoming. -.
oO ndochina, got lost in the Pen-~+ women in industry, the particular] ing here. ; _
agen beet Vacate convention dealing with — this “The great peril of Soviet ag- i
e was rescuec owever é matter also went a little further] gre hick confronts the if S
i . rai entag . Hiession which conte 4 »
U.S. officer trained ip Pe aD aba een. and suggested maternity protee-]| U.S, makes it necessary thai we k opes Stirre or
aaa antic i Eo peedliy tint MR. LENNOX BOYD (left) accompanied by Mr. Dennjs Vaughan dusttien, fe nen, mployed in 4n-| continuously aaa rect. E ic P ASS
yas carrie f ; é . ’ strie amaics » ins “@ al sec ng as act- > :
De Tassigny arrived at his des-| Governor's A.D.C., visited ooth Houses of Legislature yesterday. in deat, sans eae for a. ao eo areata aaa cononikk rogre
. ad ; 7 cnseeciisionineatil nna allies did enish pichenanse ~aany 4ikennciicidion val, w ey were introduc-|ed agains eason, es age ¢
tination only 10 minutes late. e ing @ similar o a fay op hey 7 :
’ § ar Bill, they inéluded]| subversion to make sure that they I a -America
War Preventive—-Queen Juliana provision to afford maternity/are entirely adequate for the In tin °
of the Netherlands expressed cqn- tJ e protection to women. critical times in which we live, By HARRY W. ®©RANTZ
Ce at ‘common western te 7 { Truman said
quae weed preyent a “new 1es ig ul In June this year I gave notice] He added: “Unfortunately the WASHINGTON, Sept. 18.
world catastrophe” 4s she opened ne ane to ae oe aee very crisis which reqs that Meetings of the Boards of the
y geese of arlig » . ith principles under which the} we take action to protect our ‘ . ‘ star
the new session of Parliament. a ae a nut @ TInternational Bank and Monetary
In the traditional Speech from the q ss % onvention itself can operate. This] security generates fear and sus- Fund last week stirred hopes for
Throne the Queen said that cise u Or n e Ss Address reads picion.” ; accelerated progress in the eco-
international co-operation was @ On Page 3 “A full Co = — nomic development of Western
canals free 1 aemil s " ba ate . é ylace only in an atmosphere o . Sanh rie.
peels +4 the Herald Tribyne EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, sept. 1s. fr edom an atmosphere in ee . nee nition and
, : * + r 4 . “ “oon res ; rec t
commends the efforts of Atlantic U.S. and South Korean troops dug out diehard Reds with e ° ve which a new, different or even stave aed Letin ian abt bet
Alliance countries at the Ottawa) flame throwers and bayonéts in a new assault on the Commu- Britain Gives unpopular idea, does not render) fon it the meeting implied
Conference whereat they are “lay- ist “Li siegfri ” in eas the motives and patriotism of! its yee va Cea .
ing plans for greater armies and nist “little Siegfried line”, in eastern Korea. i proponent suspect. as would bel respect for the growing economic
a__ better community, where} Elements, of fur Shae iti “pia tes divi visions and the South Jamaica £Am. the case in a totalitarian cown-| strength in coping with We \4alhthee
rie ie od) eee ofr at dawn In renewal of thei Ti oe
rel ® 7" YE I oy 5 2 @ we)
polio victim Ascher Novak arriv-| __ Per ation killer along the cast, ce nen ans easte rm anes (From Our Own Correspondent) Pas Bi ml F U.S. Officials and many Lat n
ed at Idlewild Airport on Tuesday n every defile along every cres S H . Americans were highly pleased by
by plane from Israel for treat- 66 and in every wooded area U.S hee haya Jca., Sept. 18. ouse } 5 or, the elections of Horacio Lafer of
ment to restore the use of his left St “ft ‘ | troops and their Allies found fan 1e nited Kingdom Govern- $5 A * Brazil as Chairman of the Gov-
leg which was stricken three years ruc ura atic North Korean and Chinese} â„¢ent subject to Parliame ntary 5,664,301, 178 srnors of the World Bank, and
re ay n anes ae eye . Cha sb °S entrenched ~ log coveréd dirt f peoets al ae, ee to provide a WASHINGTON, Sept. 18, Eugenio Gudin as Chairman ot the
Ascher Novak was accompaniec ves and blockhouses issistance to Jamaica up t The House passed Tuesday and] Board of the International Mone-
Y ne —— Missus Hadaisah nges’ cen: Tee ae ee ierial bomt =e ert of ieee’ tO-lsent to» the White House a) tary Fund ,
Novak en route ind tank fire blasted blockhouses os Costs of repairs, rehousing} ¢5 364,301,178 military construc- The unanimous decision of the
7 FREE PAPER.—A Fifth Averwue/ In Kine’ 7S Lun ¥ ) rubble. Then infantry movea] #4 restoration of agricultural] tign Bill that includes plans for a| two organizations to meet in
department store of New York 1 with flame throwers, bayonets | Production. Of this sum £3,100,-| jing of air bases within bombing] Mexico City in September 1952
“Arnold Constable” Otered on | LONDON, ‘en | and grenades. \ 000 will be available as a grantl range of Russia and fighter bases! also emphasized the trend toward
ruesaay to gend. a box oh eels A medical bullet Fred i Hills Taken end £ 1,500,000 's an interest free] near most of the big U.S., indus-] recognition of Latin America
ery free to any serviceman in}, m ca on etin sUeC by tT NW Yaenel Saemet Shi eee a loan. These amounts are in addi- trial centres U.P.
Korea whose relative will visit the] Buc eee Palace on Tuesday tegic hill be ee oe : a Won to the quarter of a million] The House which previously had
store and supply his name and{/8ht says a series of examina-) “> , advances up i ) ounds granted f tate hed ee : . ed |
Seated See Stare announced inj Uons has hown tructurai | = imilar attacks on Mon aa e purpose ote afte Soe hes Se core eae area a a ”
full page advertisements this offer changes” in one of King George’ 51 tive lhe Communist launched} ricane on August 17 ly eed md! mcg . selmniee! The “ADVOCATE
Se net. oi s 126 g versary | /Ungs ve yunter attacks during the The ae : omirmation to 1 compromise
Sdidbrstion iat lath ia lahiag The bulletin was signed by nine iF ight but failed to dent the Allied Kingste nyenereay t yotes the Gratton Gy Retate and House pays for NEWS
OSIGHES ‘ : , | aBvory yesterday follower 1¢) conferers, The Senate already had|
se bad , he Gill ‘canbiited fod bat 4 return to the island on Saturday fooreved it Dial 3113
1e King, who never fully -re- cap - ay ©\ of the Hon, Robert Newt ‘inan-)° inds . » projects
, oe covered from an attack of influenza | U.S. Marines after a bloody hand- ci il Saavekasy, aS tia uae ee ee ae Pe eae: Day or Night
Bis re, é i t a Ge roar 9 Nm) w ave to be voted separately.
Attlee Visits suffered last May, returned trom| to-he ae battle lasting two hours 40} don shortly after the devastating ¥ es ; :
Scotland ahead of schedule last minu eae ae : a hurricane hit Jamaica, open para ae
: e Saturday to undergo special treat- The Marines bested North Ko-
] he ki . ment for his lung ailment rean Reds with bayonets, grenade The money will be used subject x e r
Tuesday’s medical report said the] ane rifle butts to the approval of the U.K. Gov- ’
° ° King had hee n advised to remain Communists on a nearby height] ernment to carry out the proposals am al n Ss n
May Ask For Nissolution in London for “further treatment”,! Ted machinegun and mortar tire) drawn up by the Jamaica Govern-
; on the Marines for the rest of the] ment for restoration of the pro-
. Experienced doctors, when askedj day, but the Americans held on t ictive apacit of the islar | “ 2 as
Ww é . a mu ? é 5 m oO uctive capacity ie § iC
LONDON, Sept. a poe ‘structural changes” of the|the crest of the hill north of} Half a million pounds will be made vet ussia I nh
Prime Minister Clement Attlee} lung might mean, were unanimou Punch Bawl” above Inje available to the banana industr
, a ene fe aes y
made arrangements to sce King] in ating that the phrase could There also was stiff fighting} and it is intended to use a further
George today and the visit raised} cover a number of things, including] north of the “Bloody Ridge” on the} £ 1,000,000 towards ‘teatobing agri-| e ®
immediate speculation whether|the virus of pneumonia, tubercu-|east central front cultural production, pafticularly k ustria
Attlee would ask the King to dis-]Josis, abscess, cancer, a fibrou The Communists counterattacked] local food crops, and £ 2,600,000
solve Parliament so that he could] patch in the lung. But many were|but were thrown back. A second] will be used towards restoring
call a new general election. are diately discounted ch as| counterattack later in the day also] homes, while £500,000 will go te | VIENNA, Sept. 18
There was no certainty he would| tuberculosis and cancer ince] was repulsed wards the cost of restoring gov rn meee Gr ) a ata ae wis ret the Soviet
do so. The Prime Minister regularly | tT atment would most likely keep Near the east coast, however,| ernment buildings and bridges, and rhe Western Powers re eT Cae Zz Ss sat d the
sees the King and he could be ex-] the King in bed U.N. forces failed on Monday for] another £800,000 will go as a Union to sign the long de ayed Austrian state treaty and the
scted to take advantage of the : . the second straight day to take! grant towards repairing the dam- Austrian Government itself may take the whole issue before
pe B Queen Elizabeth, who has re ;
Monarch’s present visit to London is a ah wt . pe " “Itwo strategic hills west of Kan-| aged University College of the the United Nations
; : ain Scotl anc 4S CX-} cay 27 mi shove » 42 fab fs be . : ;
from his extended mene vane pected to complete the planned aoe Bi me bove the 38th] West Indies But no one expects the Russians to agree to complete the
ion to discuss ea 1irs oO er month at Balmoral, switched her +s After consultation with the treaty in the near future.
But persistent election er plans on Tuesday night and left Executive Committee London, United States sources said the â„¢
lent extra drama to Attlee’s audi-) Aberdeen by plane with Princess ‘ Jamaica’s Governor Sir Hugh| three Western powers soon will . we
ence today and large crowds were | Flizabeth and the Duke of Edin- Russia Can A-Bomb Foot sent the following reply to for another meeting of th Gross Identifies
gathering oe No eee burgh to join the King at Buck he Secretary of State for the) Deputy Foreign Ministers grouo
Street for a glimpse of the Prime} jngham Palace.—U.P. 20 oO 30 U S Ci tag | Colonies “We gratefully accept h already | diseug : P li
- ; wie = ) ‘ Ave é A i ar ‘ iscussed the . sy
Minister. ; * Ee +. Cities h yenerous assistance towards|; coty in more thon 250 sess ohicemen
Political observers were virtually | — — taff eased psu ae yar a y tn shone Oy n aap se aes :
unanimous in agreeing that Attlee —Senator McMahon Ye are sure that we speak for anes ah a a eres five Acconiplices
will make a statement in the next}11 DEAD IN SHELL OIL everyone in Jamaica when we| Snunue relusa 5 Oe, still 3 é ;
ten days about the election one a WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 ay that we shall never forget) ™'D°r 3! icles of the treaty sti ‘i NEW YORK, Sept. 138.
way or another, REFINERY FIRE Senator Brien MeMahor:,| },; eadily and how generously| © pute, Russians prébably will at- Bookmaker Harry Gross dra-
The Labour party holds its an- Democrat, Chairman of the Joint),; 14 Government came to our| t¢™pt again to make the signature | matically identified in court today
nual convention in two weeks and ILLINOIS, Sept. 18. |Congressional Atomic Energy] .i4 oi the Austrian treaty dependent each of the 18 policemen charged
election excitement has _ risen. the death toll of the explosion|Committee aid Tuesday that In the meantime the Govern the solution of the Trieste} with splitting $1,000,000 in fees to
Attlee can scarcely repeat his past|“"¢ fire which rocked the Shell Russia has the “capability ofl; Hurricane Relief fund is, Problem protect his $20,000,000 yearly gam
statements that he will disclose the| ©! refinery here rose to eleverjattacking 20 or 80 of our cities]... approaching the quarter In that case Western powers may | bling empire
next election date when the “time when seven men died of injuries} with atomic bombs million mark and is being used|©'Ter some kind of resolution to Gross, 35-year-old boy wonder
is right.” +n hospitals. He also said in a Senate speech] yoy immediate relief jthe Deputy Foreign Ministers’]of bookmaking, took the stand as
"4 a al , that the “sky is the limit” on the| c Council. Soviets have claimed] the State’s star witness he mass
If he does not choose to chal- 7 re si . : yi State's ‘ itn bn the me
lenge Winston Churchill's Bet, r _ erage were killed outright{number and variety of atomic Relief centre are gradually | until now that Western powers are| conspiracy trial of suspended or
ae ha iach, aaa eed 7 {in the blast, Twenty-eight others}weapons which the U.S. can| being smpty upon arrival of tents] blocking signature of the treaty. retired policemen
Ocak aciaae oo rank and] were injured and seven of them produce, If ik Sngisnd The Western resolution would be The Assistant District Attorney
If the Siin Mintate ico ii died early today mostly of burns He said all-out U.S., production | Food tickets will be distributed] eo worded that Russians would] Julius Helfand asked him to stey
the K ‘ine t tis ah 2 ih sia. received in the fire of atomic weapons is the cheapest, to poor persons until the month] either have to approve the treaty |from the stand and identify by
ae ne oe e. S - Hs _ ~ ia : ee ag: bv body of em most effective to deter ) i meen yernmen Ww ousmal as it now stands or admit publicly name the patroimen who wees
. IOwer iy ane nan was byried in thejSoviet aggressior eentrate mainly on rehous ‘ey do not want to give Austria a] charged with aiding and protect-
the P next few days. —v.- r. wreckage.—U .P. —U.P. ‘und crop rehabilitation. me ing his gambling syndicate in re-
i poe nine — set ‘fe ; ; sifts and cash ,
No Separate Treaty turn for gifts ar ¢
W, Foreign Minister Karl Gruber At the prosecutor’s quiréction
WU. N. iM Guarantee nee Of Kaesong iso has been thinking for months Gross circled back of the jufty box,
of asking the United Nations Gen~|haiting squarely in front of the
TOKYO, Sept. 18, mand at least temporarily ‘ “ the pre umably meant that a formal] ‘ il Assembly hn approve ane three rows of solemn defendants
United Nations Command xeneral Kim North |; zed that UD Idic yritten protest would be deli on demanding tha ne 8)Then left to right he called each
man is Il Sung, Nor ‘ 2 hi N I \_|F finish the treaty and with- |} one
re. : core: "re or 1 me 4e='the 7 tral zone the icinit igains he newest alleged neutral- Ur nnhish Wie wWealy & ao oy Name
offered _to put guarantees on => ae Premier and Commander-' eutrai zon ae viene ag inst tt @ newest alleged né y their troops from Austria Ve used for the most part fami-
Kaesong’s neutrality into writing ,!"-Chief and General Peng Teh Pan Mun Jom ity violation ”
aes Ss Mm abty Huai Cc a . 4 7 ° s ‘ At present there are estimated | jjar diminutives such as “Bill” an®
if Communists resume armistice | *4@}. ommander of Chinese Reds asked that liaison But it could be a reply to). : “a arnt oe : :
talks. The offer made in a state-,COMmunist forces in Korea pre-| officers meet their li officers Ridgway’s offer to resume cease-| 45,000 Red Army and 22,000 We “Nat As he called each name
ment from General Ridgway’s,5Umably were studying Ridgway's Pan Mun Jom or nesday. fire talks under new guarantees] €rn troops stationed here although |the defendant arose and stood fon
Supreme Headquarters as pros-|!atest offer to resume suspended The Red radio message did not\of neutrality Austria ha population of only a moment grim-faced and staring
pects seemed to be brightening, | °®@Se-fire talk SS . jsay why Pan Mun Jom meeting fe 2 : ‘UU ND Ati eve waver Gh4 weer . ree to the defendant
for renewal of the truce New Violation , desired We are not clear The only certain thing was that Vestern powers have never er When ne cam :
| conference Communists charged the United|as to what subject be dis-|the new allegation of neutrality] tertained the suggestion that they|with the highest rank, _ retired
Radios Peking and Pyongyang,! Nation new violation of the| cussed at this meeting iolation coming on top of] sign a separate treaty with Austria | Inspector John -E. Flynn~ (46)
ta fan ls a eo ee oo ae , : . ¢ } just been done with Japan seated in the second row, he
mouthpieces of the Communist)Kaesong neutral zone tonight in-,U.N., ceasefire team at 1s Ridgway's message did no ! typ al Ss k Id immediately ieparted from the first - name
se and the lor forenr i of acceptir Ridgv P hase {fr nouncing the er 2< 1 hopefu gury for an early re+) because that would immediate te te om st - name
licere ment , ered a 7 oe aa to racine Coa oe 3 hi nes in “ oe : : mrt a r at ise-fire talk | ciuse the nation to be split as Ger-|teehnique, calling out “Tnspecto
att TTrnit fe tee 8 ‘ oe 2 ; > —UP ready UP. Flynn” .—vU.P.
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ASSENGER to St

the -Fort Amherst yesterday
was Mr..A. deK. Frampton, Agri-
cultural Adviser to the Comptrol-
ler for Development and Welfare
in the West Indies

Vincent ir

Mr. Frampton is to take the
chair at a meeting of the St
Vincent Land Settlement Board,
and will visit the Leeward Land
Settlement Estates, which were
established with the aid of a

Colonial Development and We'fare
grant.

While in St. Vincent Mr. Framp-
ton will-take the opportunity of
visiting some of the other Coloniai
Development and Welfare schemes
in the vicinity, including the centre
carrying out investigations into
the Black Fish (Pilot Whale) in-
dustry on-the Leeward Coast, and,
if time permits, the Snagg Land
Settlement Estate on Cannan
Island in the Grenadines

Professor Of Botany
R. R. E. D. BAKER, Professor
of Botany at the Imperial

College of Tropical Agricultur
reed, returned to Trinidad,
cn Monday evening in the S.S.
Gelfiteo which called here earlier
tn the morning from England

Mr. Baker was on leave which
he spent in the U.K

To Join Her Husband
RS. J. G. SEALE, her thre<
children Geremy, Juliette

and Gregory well as her mothe
Mrs. Daisy Barnes of Navy G-r-
dens left in the S.S. Golfito
Monday evening for Trinidad
reside.

Mrs. Seale has now gone to join
her husband who is working with
Stuart Bros., a Canadian Com-
pany.

Off To The U.S.A.
FF to toston in the R.M.S
Lady Nelson on
night were Mr. E. M. Shilstone
tae firm of Messrs. Cottle, Catforc
& Co., Solicitors and Mrs.
stone. They have gone



on
to




U.S.A. for a holiday.
Attending School In
Canada
ISS TONI BROWNE, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Browne of “St. Levans”, Hastings,

left-for Canada on Monday night
by the R.M.S. Lady Nelson to at-
tend the Trafalgar
School in Montreal.
pects to be in Canada for
three months.

To Live In Canada

RS. S. H. EVELYN of Pinfold

Street, left the island on
Saturday morning by T.C.A, for
Canada. She has now gone to
join her husband who is residing
in Otta,.a.
_ Mrs. Evelyn was
by her three children,
Sydney and Bernadette.

about

Joan Ann,



AMERICAN COLUMN

NEW YORK

The invitation General Doug-
las MacArtur expected to the
Japanese treaty conference from
the Allies never arrived.

He sat in his New York office.

The nearest he could get to the
conference was through TV.
On the screen he could see Mr.
Truman at San Francisco and
hear the President’s tribute to
the “outstanding leadership” in
Japan of General MacArthur anc
his successor, General Matthew
Ridgway.

Five-star generals do not retire.
The U.S. Army furnished Gener-
al MacArthur with an office and
eight aides. The office bookcase
is jammed with volumes on
Japan and the Orient.

OILCLOTH MAN

PETROL-CLOTHES covered
Dr. Gustave Egloff from neck to
ankles ft the American Chemi

cal Society's meeting. His suit,
shirt, .tie and other clothing
are all made of synthetic
fibres derived from petroleum

The chemist walked to the meet-
ing instead of taking a_ petrol-

driven vehicle.
HOLIDAY FOR SALES
CUSTOMERS who just will

not buy new cars are going to be
the death of salesmen.

In St. Louis, Missouri, the
N as h- Missouri Corporation
throws in a £100 TV set with
every saloon

And. a Pittsburg = salesman
promised a fortnight’s holiday at
Atlantic City (America’s Black-
pool) to each purchaser of a
second-hand lorry. He did not
make a sale.

VOICE OF FREEDOM

A CAMPAIGN to raise £1,250,-
000 for Radio Free Europe-—tne
station that infuriates the rulers

behind the Iron Curtain—began re-
cently. General Eisenhower spoke
on the radio from Paris to start it
off. Head of the campaign is
General Lucius Clay, former
United States military chief in
Germany.
WANTED—A GUARANTEE
PERSIA’S oil crisis gives a push
to an American idea of making
petro] from coal. They know how
to. do it, but it has always been
too expensive
Now the Ney York banking m
of F. Eberstadt offers to raise £133



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Mrs. MASON-CABY
Barbadian Visits Home

«TER paying a short but de-
lighttul visit to the homeland,
Mrs. Iris Mason-Caby ielt tarba-
dos on Sunday to return to New
York, where she has lived ever
since 1Â¥ii. During tnis time how-
ever, she has paid fleeting visits
here, and was last in Barbados in
1944
Mrs.
much
prog

Mason-Caby
impressed by the note oi
which she noticed on
Chief among the im-
provements she listed the work of
the Labour Party in the House ot
Assembly, and the advance in
Sociai Welfare work in Barbados.

She had a special word of praise
for Mr. John Beckles’ Children’s
Goodwill League and Créche and
has promised him a station wag-

was very



* gon for use in connection with the
Monday g :

of

work of the Baby Créche. This
gift, she explained to Carib, was
in memory of her sister Mrs Weir,
who died here some years ago.
She thoroughly enjoyed a holi-

day at Bathsheba, and expressed
herself very much in favour of
the building of the East Coast
Road.

Her son, Vivian DaCosta Mason
an old Combermerian, is now a
District Attorney in Washington.

Back To Trinidad
RS. MICHAEL LAING whose
husband is Assistant Manager,
Trinidad, returned to
Monday evening in
and Fyffes S.S. Golfito
after spending a holiday here. She
was accompanied by her three
children.
Saw Son Graduate
RS. M. MASSIAH of
of-Spain, Trinidad
up to the U.K.
graduation of

Trinidad on
the Elders




Port-
who
to witness
her son Dr

went
the

S.S. Golfito
England.

on Monday from

MacA Gets A View

million to build a plant and start
production, They ask only one
thing—a guarantee from the Gov-
ernment to buy the petrol-from-
coal at a fixed price until 1962.
The Government is thinking

heavily
MEDICAL
SEVENTEEN of 47 doctors re-
porting for military duty at First
Army headquarters failed to pass
physical examinations,

IN THE SWIM

TONGAY CHILDREN —
Bubba five, and his sister Kathy,
four, are going to make money out
of not being allowed to swim the
Channel. Hollywood reports the)
have been hired to appear in a filn
sterring swimmer Esther Williams.

EIGHT-INCH MARIE
MARIE PAYNE, two, fell into
an e@ight-inch-wide well in the
garden of her home at Newberg,
Oregon, She was trapped 12 feet
down with water up to her
shoulders, It took four hours’
digging to get Marie out — wet,
cold, but safe.
DOWN AT THE LUCAL
THE STAG'S HEAD, a, water-
front tavern at Madison (pop.
1,500), Connecticut, is the refuge
of Sheldon Tolles during a storm.
His wife, blonde ex-nurse _Eliza-

THE





Had Pleasant Memories

M* Cc. A. O. PHILLIPS until)

recently a nominated mem-
ber of the Legislative Council in
Grenada and a promirent plant-|
er of that colony, arrived here on|
Sunday morning in the Lady
Nelson and left on Monday night |
for
He was accompanied
and children.

His eldest son Douglas,
merly of the Imperial College of
Tropical Agiciculture, Trinidad
and now doing his second year at
McGill University doing Agri-
culture is also returning
Canada with the family. He was |
spending a holiday with them in
Grenada.

An Old Harrisonian,
lips had been comimg
kadcs frequently since he was}
residing in Grenada. He told}
Carib that he had always looked |
forward to his visits here. He
had seen most of the intercolo-|
nial cricket played at Kensington
and always had very pleasant
memories of the island,

Now that he is leaving the
West Indies, he will surely miss
seeing the boys in action at the
Oval.

Medico For Antigua

H. D. WEATHERHEAD

Mr.
to

Phil-
Bar-

Canada where he will reside. |
by his wife)

for-|



Financial

M*! E. S. S. BURROWES newly
appointed Financial Secre-

tary and Mrs. Burrowes are now
back in Barbados after spending
a month's holiday in British
Guiana.

Mr. Burrowes expects to take up
his new duties from October 1,
Trinidad Typist
ETURNING to Trinidad on
} Monday evening by B.W.LA.}
| w as Miss Erma Gilbert, typist at

}
;
'
|
|
|

Piarco. She spent three wee ks’ |
holiday here staying at “Accra,
Rockley

| Brought Son To School
R. JULIO MOLINA, Vene-!
M zuelan Consul in British)
Guiana who had come over to put}
his son Rudolph into school “i

the Lodge, left over the week
end by air for Caracas on a short ,

| visit. He will be returning to}
Barbados before going back to}
British Guiana. |
While here Mr. Molina was}

staying at “Accra”, Rockley.
After Five Months
R. AND MRS. P. D. McDER- |
MOTT and their daughter!
Miss E. A. McDermott, returned
to Barbados on Monday morning
in the S.S. Golfito from England

where they had been on five
months’ holiday. }

Mr. McDermott is _ resident
partner of the firm of Fitz Pat-
rick Graham & Co., Chartered
Accountants.




ADVOCATE

R.
M who is still on leave prior To Take Up Appointment | |

to retirement from his duties as
Director of Medical Services in
North Borneo, left for Antigua on
Monday night in the R.M.S. Lady
Nelson. He has gone to take up
a contract appointment as Senior
Medical Officer. ._
Back To St. Lucia

OL. ERIC JAMES, Superin-

Atendent of Police St. Lucia,
returned to St. Lucia on Monday
night in the R.M.S. Lady Nelson
after spending a few days here
staying at the Hastings Hotel.
He was accompanied by his wife
and daughter who came in on
Monday morning in the SS.
Golfito from England where they
had been on holiday.

L.A.V. Hostess

FTER spending eight
holiday in Barbados, Miss
Aimee Baena, hostess of L. A. V.
in Port-of-Spain, returned to
Trinidad on Monday evening by
B.W.L.A. She was staying at
ecra”, Rockley.

Back From U.K. Holiday

_ an absence of three
months in the United King-
dom and Montreal, Dr. and Mrs.
H. L. Massiah returned on Monday
morning by the S.S. Golfito.

Dr. Massiah told Carib that he
had a very interesting holiday ana
enjoyed a very smooth trip back
to Barkados.

Spent Four Months

RS. L. E. SHIELDS of “Roze-

wie”, Upper Bay Street who
had been residing in Barbados for
the past ten years, paid a four-

days’

accompanied Val Massiah was intransit in the month holiday visit to England

and returned by the S.S. Golfito On
Monday morning.



beth Toles, is suing for divorce.

Her complaint: Though Tolles is
a millionaire (he inherited an oi:
fortune), hé- wants her to give up
their £14,000 mansion on Long
Island Sound, go to Florida, ana
become a shrimp-fisher with him
at five dollars a day.

She further complains he is
making the Stag’s Head his hom
instead of the mansion,

THE RED STAR
THE INVESTIGATLON of Com-
munism in Hollywood by the Un-
American Activities Commitee 0:
Congress is being postponea be-
cause there is too mucn distrac-
tion in near-by San Francisco, No

CV cameras would be available
for Hollywood, They are all try-
ing to focus on Gromyko.

AIR LIFT

A HOIST capable of lifting six
tons will be attached to a new
model Dakota aircraft. It wilh
take in cargo from the rear whik

the plane is being unloaded from |

the nose.
ON THE HOUSE

THE MAN walked into a bar a.
Louisville, Kentucky, and said he
was a Government agent check-
ing on adulterated whisky. ‘Pour
me two from that bottle,” he tola
the barman.

He sniffed each drink carefully
then drank up. “I'll be back t
check the others,” he said. It took
the barman*%a long time to realis
someone had had two on_ th
house,



Rupert and the Sorcerer —26



Rupert finds that night the
island remains so warm that & has
no need to find shelter. Curling up
in some soft long grass he sleeps
soundly until daybreak, The songs
of strange birds awaken fim, and
moving away among the trees he
at once meets a large parrot which

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ae oe from England by the
S.S. Golfite on Monday
morning were Rev. and Mrs. G. L.
Frost. Rev. Frost has come to
take up an appointment as Super-
intendent Minister of the Ebenezer
Methodist Church in St. Philip.
Before coming to Barbados, he
was with the Methodist Church in
India and in Gambia, West Africa.

Paid Visit Home

R. S. McCUNE, a missionary

of Belfast, Ireland, is now
back in Barbados after paying a
holiday visit to his home, He ar-
rived on Monday morning by the
Golfito and is staying at the Hotel
Royal,





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40 Norfolk St.

Comes

To Life

For The Hurricane Fund

LONDON,

In a large room of 40, Norfolk Street, just off London’s
Strand, West Indian students, musicians, athletes and others
are doing a tedious, but necessary job

Day after day they come just to address letters and stick on
stamps. Others sit for hours just folding paper—appeals for
money for the Jamaican Hurricane Relief Fund which are

being sent out to firms, C

throughout Britain.

was here that I met many
today, writes a B.U.P., correspon-
dent. The first was a tall young
man with very broad shoulders.
He was folding appeals, but he
tock just a few mjnutes off to say
his name was Herb McKinley,
who made his name in Britain, a

well as the rest of the wid, dur-
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He aid he pent odd day
folding appeals and writing en-
velopes in the room, which is in

the offices of the West India Com-
mittee, just to help out We must

all do something,” he said

Sitti: next to him, collecting
letters that had just been stamped
was a studious looking West
Indian named W, B. Campbell,
fron Jamaica who i studying

commerce. He goes along to the
100m when he has the time

Further along the table
addressing envelopes, was a young
West Indian lady, Her name need
no introduction Louise Bennet,
the writer, singer and entertainer
She is enjoying remarkabie
suecess in Britain, and has just
finished recording some records of
West Indian folk songs.

Next to her are three sisters
Cynthia, Myrtle and Fay Kadoo,
from Jamaica, who are in London
to study Art. Business and
Science. To the question: “Don't
you get fed up just addressing

envelopes and folding appeals?”
each replied: “No, not a bit.”
Completing today’s group—

different people come in each day
—were two young Jamaicans, Mr.
and Mrs Ozzie DaCosta, who
were in Kingston at the time of
the hurricane

Mr. DaCosta runs a dance band.
and leaves later this month for
Nuremberg, Germany, where his
six-piece id of West Indian
musicians have a six-month en-
gagement. They said it was im-
possible to describe the hurricane
or tke devastation it caused. it
was the least they could do, they
said, to come along to Norfolk
Street when they could. All mem-
bers of the band manage to get in
at least a couple days a week.



How long will they be working
there tonight they could not say
One said it would be when they
finished—and there were _ still

piles of appeal forms to be folded,

But even when they have
finished it is certain that few
before another
group take their places. And so
it will go on until the job is

hours will pass



completed

—B.U.P.



Out Of Trinidad
Ship Loses Man

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia
Only a week out of Trinidad the
4,663-ton Panamanian merchant
ship Shakhreza, lost a man over-
board in a tropical storm and

needed immediate attention for

five other members of the crew.
The ship had left Trinidad on
a 10-day trip to Port Alfred,
Quebec, with a cargo of bauxite.
The captain of the ship, which is

‘ounty Councils and the like

H ouse Sis

Act. Bill

@ from Page 1
“The House of Assembly re-
specttully suggest that provision

shall be made at the earliest date

for maternity protection for
women employed in industrial and
commercial undertakings and

accordingly request the introduc-
tion of legisiation to prohibit the
employment of women in speci-
fied undertakings for a_ specified
period before aad after confine-
ment; to afford them the right io
leave work on production of a
medical certificate stating that con-
finement will take place within
this specified period and to entitle
them to a_ percentage of their
salaries for the entire period be-
lore and atter confinement; mater-
nity leave to be extended on the
presentation of a medical certifi-
cate to the effect that as a resuit
of pregnancy or confinement, the
woman is unable to resume work
at the ‘piration of the specified
period.

“As I have said, the Jamaica
amendment of 1941 which is known
as the Jamaica Employment of
Women Law 1941, does what we
are purporting to do today and
goes further, It includes in the
same Bill the suggestions which I
made in my Address

“There is no point in emphasis-
ing the desirability of real protec-
tion in a colony like this for
pregnant women engaged in in-
dustrial undertakings,” said Mr.
Crawford. “I see no reason why
the present amendment should
stop where it is today; why the
Government should not have dealt
with the whole matter and include
in the Bill protection for pregnant
women

‘I am therefore going to sug-
gest,” he said, “that since protec-
tion for pregnant women in in-
dustry is just as much or more
important than protecting women
against excessive work at night,
that the Government should post-
pone further consideration of the
matter. That they should then in-
clude in the amendment the pro-
tection I have suggested and
present the whole matter for the
approval of the legislature at th
earliest possible opportunity.”

Mr Crawford then made a

motion to this effect but it was
os ——ae ae be Fk Wwe

given its second reading.

Mr. G. H. Adams said that there
was the convention 3 of 1919
dealing with the maternity aspect

The present matter had to do
with the fixing of the night
hours for the persons mentioned,
he pointed out. There was nothing
to prevent the bringing of the con-
vention dealing with maternity
protection, but it did not neces-











sarily follow that it could be

brought in in the present one.
Mr. Crawford saiq that that
point was no* important. As he had
said the Jamaica law of 1941 wa
so comprehensively drafted that it

embodied the terms of the full

conventions. “There is no justifi-

owned by Belaine Steamships, of cation in making two bites at the
Panama, said the ship was tossed same cherry,” he said.

like a cork iM the storm. All the
lifeboats were smashed.—B.U.P.



The Bill was eventually passed
and without amendment.

fYurks Island Board

ae
at fy

“Dad'll get ‘ Fishermen of England’

Not Yet Ready For
Jeniaica Proposal





From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Sept. 10

The Legislative Boar of the
Turks ! Caico Island va
consulted by the Government ol
Jamaica in respect of a motion
passed by the House of Repre-
entatives some months ago re-

questing that a trade unionist
hould be brought from the Turks
and Caicos Islands, a dependency
of Jamaica, to get an insight into
industrial relations in Jamaica

While expressing appreciation
for the goodwill evinced by the
Resolution the Turks Islands
Board considered that it was not
yet time to implement the pro-
posal. It was reported that the
Turks Island Workers Union to
which the resolution, adopted by
the House, referred is at present
inactive, and there is another
Union known as the St. George’
Industrial Union,

As a first step the Turks Islands

Legislative Board is trying to find yjtory—and Bechuanaland, border- now being used as shelters foi
the persons made homeless by the
hurricane.

someone who will have the con-|jng the Orange Free State and
fidence of both unions and who/-pransvaal

may be nominated for attach-
ment to the Jamaica Labour De-
partment for a course of instrue-
tions in trade union principles
and practice



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For W. Germany

BONN.
-month German-Cuban
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gar, nickel and cop-
per to Western Germany has been
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No further details of the ar-
rangement have been released.

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A Six







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(Frem Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept., 15
Arthur Henry a pupil of the
3elmont Intermediatjs Sj:hool
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Wednesday, 1951

ANOTHER Visit

THE visit of Mr, Lennox Boyd, Chairman
of the Imperial Affairs Committee of the
Conservative Party of the British House of
Commons will do much to satisfy many
people in the West Indies that the Conserv-
atives, looking forward to their return to
office and power in the coming elections,
are taking the keenest interest in Colonial
affairs.

September 19,



A week ago these islands had a visit from
Mr. Bernard Braine the Secretary of the
West Indian Committee of the Party. His
was a one-man goodwill mission; but the
arrival of Mr. Lennox Boyd under the
aegis of the Party serves to emphasise their
intention to examine at first hand the prob-
lems and progress of the area.

The significance of the visit can be gauged
from the relative position of the visitors in
the party machine. Mr. Braine is Secre-
tary of one of the six or eight sub-Com-
mittees which form the Imperial Affairs
Committee. Of this larger body Mr. Boyd
is Chairman and as such isa_ potential
Secretary of State for the Colonies. It is
this Committee which, with the Civil Ser-
vice would take over Colonial affairs if, and
when the Conservatives should come into
office.

Mr. Boyd, succeeds one of the most col-
ourful men in the party machine, the late
Mr. Oliver Stanley, who will be remember-
ed as a former Secretary of State for the
Colonies and whose death last year was
deeply regretted because of his intense in-
terest in, and his sterling work on behalf of
the Colonies.

Mr. Boyd discusses with much knowledge
and an enviable facility the immediate
problems of the West Indies and because of
an obvious sympathy with our cause sup-
ports the ideals and ambitions of a people
clamouring for national prestige.

Linked with the inherent difficulties of a
none-too-sound economy, the problem of
federation he sees as one of tempo rather
than ultimate achievement. “If West Indian
ministers had been allowed to take part in
the discussions of Commonwealth matters
affecting their interests, it is likely that the
Cuban Pact would have been less objection-
able to West Indians” he said during a Press
Conference. And to prove that this was not
merely the criticism of the Opposition, he
added: “Our Party intends to examine on
ihe same level and to pay the same atten-
tion to the agricultural progress of this
area as we shall to agricultural pursuits at
home. The time is not far away when you
will need preferential treatment, in its
widest sense, and as it has helped in the
past we feel that it will be of benefit to you
again,”

The peoples of the West Indies will wel-

come Mr. Boyd not merely as an interested
visitor but as one who can contribute to
their future welfare. His interest in West In
dian Federation has led him to realise that
the rate of progress must be gradual if it is
to be sound and lasting. Above all, he is con-
vinced that the maximum benefit can only
be attained when West Indians are given an
opportunity to be the architects of their
own destiny. This was the doctrine to
which he subscribed when he stated that
however well briefed a Colonial Office
spokesman might be in discussing Colonial
affairs, there is an added advantage if ‘Vest
Indians are allowed to take part.

It is this enlightened treatment to which
the people of the West Indies look forward
in the event of a Conservative Government
being elected to office. The stage has been
set and the West Indies evolving from a
long and dreary period of economic strang-
ulation and political tutelage claim, as of
right, a voice in the direction of their affairs.
Jt is in the attainment of this ideal that the
services of Mr. Lennox Boyd can prove
their greatest merit.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ito

by Aneurin Bevan

The Rt. Hon. Aneurin Bevan, MP, to-day begins his report
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on his visit to Yugoslavia and to

Marshal Tito. In his first article Mr. Bevan surveys Tito’s rise

to power and says —
@ Churchill's assis- { @ Tito will not give to i @ Yu goslavia will
tance to Tito was one i the West a subservi- i fight for her inde-
of his most imaginative : ence he has denied to : pendence against all
acts. : the East. i comers.

Be Sure=He Will F

IT is not true to say that Yugos-
lavia has jumped into the news.
She has crept into it, and now she
lis in it more loudly than some other
nations with much bigger popula-
, tions

ight All Comers

with the utmost heroism, but ihey
discovered that they had fought
their way from one prison into Yugoslav Communist Party, a:
another, and from that last prison that eventually Tito and his imme-
no nation had as yet succeeded in diate following might be displaced
escaping. They were now one with Furthermore, they believed that
| Her people number 16 million, all the other twilight nations Tito’s position was precarion
over 37 million less than the total crouched in the shadow of the among the Yugoslav people as a
population of Poland, Czecho- Kremlin. whole.

Slovakia and Rumania, and yet Then, in 1948, rumours once In this they misreid not on
there is more interest in what is more started to seep out of Yugo- the character of the South Slav

little time nad elapsed the schisms
would show themselves inside th.

happening inside Yugoslavia than slavia. The Yugoslav Communist but their whole history. ¥
in all these combined. Party, it was siid, was moving The Southern Slavs which &
This summer an exceptional! uneasily in the hug of the bear. what is meant by Yugoslavia, have }

Either the hug was too tight, or it a passionate love of independence. |

was where it had never intended It was intolerable to them to
to be. find after their long history of

At first, the rumours were dis- irredentisms against occupying
counted. Some even went so far powers and especially after the un-
asito say it was nothing but just precedented sacrifices
another Russian manoeuvre, that it made during the war that th

number of political personages of
all kinds, of all political creeds,
left this country to pay a visit to
Yugoslivia—members of Parlia-
ment, ex-Ministers, Government
Whips, journalists, all types of
people. Why this new interest in
Yugoslavia?
Facts for Churchill

This is not the first time that
Yugoslavia has excited outside in-
terest during our generation. Dur-
ing the war, from 1941 onwards
rumours began to reach the world
that inside Yugoslavia a certain
Tito was organising resistance to
the Germans and Italians and was
giving the Nazi Chiefs of Staff
considerable headaches.

He was known to be a Com-
munist, but this did not deter Mr.
Churchill from making. inquiries
about the military possibilities t
arising out of his activities.

Three facts mainly interested
Mr, Churehill,

ities of independence so as to con- them as a Soviet colony to use the
ceal the realities of subjugation. language of the Yugoslav
Soon, however, the language munists, Therefore Tito’s defiance
used by the two parties to the con-
troversy could not lend credibility popularity in Yugoslavi: that his
to such an interpretation. It wos Communism itself could never
much too barbed for that. have obtained for him.
Stalin turns on the heat The‘ Yugoslavs were now pre-
The Russians started by accusing pared to accept his Communis
Tito of “Grandeeism.” That meant principles because they saw in him
he was talking back as though he not only a Communist, but the
were an equal. This was certainly champion of their national liberties
not how the Russians viewed their and the preserver of their inde-
relationship with him. ‘Tito re- pendence. i
taliated by accusing the Seviet Among the Communists them-
leaders of “falling into the psychol- Selves the resistance to the Soviet
ogy of the leading nation,” a polite Union proved increasingly popu
way of saying that the Krenilin lar as it came to be seen that i;



- ; Ad +i bg zea 4 avtnttat ¢ ; 1 the

First, Tito was a Communist who was imperialist and wanted v ; Seine, as
was organising resistance to the Yugoslavs to dance to the Kussian Communist doctrine that dividec
Germans eyen although as yet tune. Yugoslavia from Russia but an

insistence by Russia on terms of
association that the Yugoslav na-
tion could not possibly
without surrendering her national
independence.

But there is no doubt

The controversy grew hotter and
the epithets correspondingly mort
bitter.

Russia had not entered the war.
This might be a pointer to what
might subsequently happen.

Second, he appeared to have strong The Russians accused the pertis-
support among the peasants and Lakers gin of ee
the town population. their own military accomplish- | . ee ee

But thirdly, are most important of ments, and of being boastful «nd anes ere ee a erent a a
all from Mr. Churchill’s point cf making too much of their Ralen tak tirenic taHte le a i tne
of view, he was killing Germans, @chievements. This touvbed the ee nt vag * ll a Rs
So a military mission was Yvsveslav pattisans on their must SE aa ° . soe ees
dropped into Yugoslavia to ex- S€:'sitive spot, for their sutferings wo ior eeee oa Miia eg
plore the situation, vere still close to them. estern comme an i
Practically all of them had lost trickle.

near relatives and friends in the .. ‘

fighting many of ‘them having Tito takes a risk

been tortured to death by the Indeed, it was this situation

enemy. It was too much now to which helped to make the breax,

be told that it did not amount te The Yugoslavs resented the fact

all they. thought it did. that they were leeked upen by ihe

Soviet Union mainly asa saurce of
At last—the break raw materials. Naturaliy. they
Continued co-operation could

wanted to build up ‘their ewn ccon-
not survive such bitter exchanges.

omy. They wanted to exproit thei
So, in May, 1948, the break occurr- own raw materials in their own
ed, Tito refused to attend the meet- jncaustries, and to build up new in-

ing of the Cominform Bureau to dustries for that purpose

that for

The guerrilla genius

The rumours proved to be cor-
rect. The Yugoslav partisans us
they called themselves were brave,
ruthless, and endlessly self-sacri-
ficing. All they needed were more
and better arms, and if they could
get them they could be relied upon
ee only to kill considerable num-
bers of the enemy, but, what was
from our point of view even more
Jimportant, to occupy many enemy
divisions away from other theatres

“ which he had been invited, claim- This, however, apparently was

‘of war. So they got the arms. ing that he had been pre-judged not how the Soviet Urion viewed
From the military angle they and that therefore it was a waste Yugoslavia’s future. Th> abrupt
fulfilled all expectations. Marshall GF time to attempt to defend him- cessation of all trade between

Tito proved a genius at the sort
of guerrilla warfare which was
most suited to the position and to
the naiure of the country. Mr.
Churchill’s instincts had been
proved right. His assistance to
Yugoslavia and to Tito at this
critical time was one of his most
imaginative acts,

Then the Red Army n@ade a
junction with Tito’s forces. And
the same thing happened as in the

self.

Judged from any angle you like,
this decision of the Yugoslav Com- whole Yugoslav nation with st
munist Party and of the Yugoslav vation and ruin. Obvioucly ‘Tito
nation as a whole was one of the knew this, but he took the risk. Gn
bravest acts in all history. top of that, a very bad harvest in

Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, 1950 imposed upon the Yugoslav
Rumania are all in’ the Russiati people almost intolerable priva
bloc, and represent two-thirds of tions.
the Yugoslavian land frontiers Fortunately, however the West-
They are not only unfriendly but ern Powers came to the aid of the
openly hostile to the Tito regime. Yugoslav people, and tided them

Yugoslavia and the Comnutiist
countries for a time threatened the





cases of Polar ary a= = . ; oe
te ie a ee mete Every week there are clashes be- over their immediate difficulties.
Ohaus ee ao imate'y tween border guards. Yugoslavia is Asisstance came from the United



- Slovakia — Yugoslavia
dropped behind the Iron Curtain.

She no longer made news in her
own right, Her fate now seemed
the same as the fate of all the
other nations which had been en-
gulfed by the Soviet tide. Her na-

the target of insistent propaganda States of America and from Great

from the Soviet bloc. From time 19 Britain. It is true that this was

time the spokesmen of the Soviet sent from mixed motives, but

Union launch personal and ideo- nevertheless, whatever the reason

logical attacks upon Tito and his that lay behind it, it was received

Communist friends. by the Yugoslav people with grat-
The Red agents failed itude,

tional history, or so it seemed, ons
would be fashioned notin Bel- When I was in Yugoslavia 1 How will it work out?
grade, but in Moscow, was curious to know how did it It would be a mistake, however

come about that the Russians took
no steps of an open kind to coun-

to suppose that Tito will give to

Shadow of the Kremlin the West a subservience thathe

} The Balkan Question, which had teract his move. has denied the East. Yugoslavia
. worried Europe for more than a The replies I got were interesi- will fight for here independenc
;century, now looked like being ing. They said that the Russians against all comers. If there was

had been misinformed by
own agents about the situation in me
Yugoslavia, and particularly of the
mass opinion inside the Yugoslav
Communist Party.

assimilated into the wider Russian
Question, which has cast its shad-
ow over the whole world. Or, as T
say, so it seemed. From 1945 to
+1848 the Cominform embraced the
i Yugoslav Communist Party in the
;same bear-hug as it had the rest
jot the Russian satellites, and
through the medium of the Com-
munist Party the Yugoslav nation
as a whole looked like’ being
digested ip the monolithic mass.
Nor was there any good re
1 to suppose otherwise. The partis-
lans had fought during the war

more than any other, it was
that. She insists upon working out
her own destiny, in her own way.
The future of Yugoslavia is
The Russiins apparently had therefore one of the most fascin-
concluded that the rebellion ating political and social mutations
against the Soviet Union was con- in the modern world. How will
fined to the upper layers of the this combination of fervid national
Communist Party. They thought patriotism and advanced Commun-
that they had good reason to be- ist principles work out in prac-
lieve that the mass of the rank and tice?
on file of the Yugoslay Communist WORLD COPYRIGHT
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To the Editor, the- Advocate. Mr. hon goog ee feel, justified “piece of rdproduction will emerge To the Editor, The Advocate
p in giving him the cold stare as a fair imitation of Anglo- SIR,—I wonder how many of
. ae —I read your remort on the Similarly, when Mr, Adams un- Saxon or Sanskrit, your readers were as disturbed as
ducation debat: in the House dertakes to offer an opinion on . I was to read the recent adver-
this week and once more I won- a plan of education which, even But “the Government has made tisement of a Dance to be held

dered whether, when Barbados if he has had time to read he has © thorough examination.” I chal- shortly in aid of a Church
Speaks proudly of the money it not had time to digest, to say lenge that. The fact that a Church of God
spends on education, it is not be- nothing of an opinion on the is ae is to be to some extent at least
ing a shade too American and technique of teaching, one is en- Mr. Garner said in the disate m the > 5

boasting of mere size,

A year ago the Leader of the Bow
Government apologised for not
having given education the atten-

titled to enquire mildly from him:
do you know ? Presumably
Mr. Adams is uttering the opin«
jon of the experts, the people who
are responsible

financed from the profits of a
Dance, is truly bad enough, but
that this Dance is going to take
place well into the Lord's Day,
is surely the work of The Adver-

that “hundreds of families were
not satisfied with the results they
were getting.” I do not know,
and J] could not guess this dis-
satisfaction fromy their complacent

for foisting the



a - whtae es Cereus ve system as it stands upon this docile attitude, It would be just as well omy?
obs a 1 ooo awe a obvigualy pecple. What other answer would if they "made their dissatisfaction Yours faithfully,
: yet one 80, aut sb undertakes he expect from them than that . more vocal; for they are now the VOX DEI.
o speak on it authoritatively. “it would work beautifully, but! !"" only people who can pull the BARBADOS,

¥ quote from your paper: “On Let him ask those whose work eet zs See i The 14th. Septr. 1951.
this matter of age-grouping, Mr. the system nullifies, the teachers main : i a baa CHES, TOY ‘ °
Adams said that the Government —singly, for these queer people + gute Nettorertnd a? a educa~ A Suggestion
had made a thorough investiga- do not believe in letting their he’ ee ha ee anout. i. : ,
tion of it and had come to the right hand know what their let eri — ea 3. nile solng their To the Editor, The Advocate—
conclusion that there was nothing h ee do wa he woe ee” ee eee, Rg em ,, SIR, would like to suggest
yrong Ww . principle "here a different story. etter still, let > any atte c “eS anc that “Princess Alice Playin
cas ca at a4 ane Aamo him che a Week end off and Fat trends, ends and means, and if Field” be fener wide oman at
means, howdver, to work the the Common Course and the De- this is not a stupid attitude I’m Esplanade with seats, where he
principle.” This is a statement partment’s numerous circulars and rg at = eee the PArenes public could be refreshed by sea
which deserves to be framed, for discuss them with competent and to drive the Government into breezes and a view of the Har-

its implications are disconcerting sincere
} i ted in the wel- let hir

3 108
Sarbado



Best of all giving them their money's worth
schools and

pro- You
SPECTATOR

professionals,
go inte the
ll find a shocking

bout

IMPROVER





they had |
was just a play at the superficial- Soviet Union was trying to treat |
Com- |

of the Soviet Union gave him a}

: |
was not so much a difference »f |

accept |



their one thing that was impressed upon |



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WEDNESDAY,

SEPTEMBER 19,

1951

House Postpone

Factories

Act Bill

THE House of Assembly yesterday postponed a Bilk to
amend the Factories Act, 1947. Members of the Opposition
said there were things which would call for debate and for
that reason asked for a postponement. A 9—8 division wa;
taken in favour of the postponement

Dv. Cummins (L) told the House that Clause 4 repealed sec.

tions 3, 4 and 5 of the Act and

These sections provided: —

(a) that inspection of all factor-
ies shall be the duty of the
labour Commissioner;

that the Registration of Fac-
tories, the establishment of
the Factory Board and the
Factory Appeal id be
abclished;

that owners of factories shall
notify the Labour Commis-
sioner of the existence of fac-
tories within a time specified
in the Bill.

Clause 5 binds the Crown, but
in ease of any public emergency,
the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee may by order exempt the
Crown from complying with the
provisions of the Act

Clause 7 repeals sections
and 9 of the Act and
new sections which

Bc



—
substitutes

(a) gives an inspector the power

to make complaint before a
Police Magistrate who may
issue, an interim order, if,

from the evideneg received he
is of the opinion that the dan-

ger from the condition of the
tactory or any part of it is
such as to involve imminent

risk of serious bodily harm to
persons in the factory;

(b) provides that an information
need only allege that a fac-
tory is a factory within the
meaning of the Act and state
the name of the ostensible
occupier;

(c) provides that where any

Coroner's inquest or other in-
quiry discloses that there has
been a breach of the' Act or
any regulations, proceedings
against a person. myst be
brought within six months of
the making of the report.
Clause 8 of the Bill amends sec-
tion 10 of the Act so as to extend
the powers of the Labour Com-
missioner

Clause 12 repeals section 19 and
re-enacts it along the lines of sec-
tions 14, 15 and 16 of the Factories
Act, 1937, (1 Ed. 8 Geo, 6 c, 67)
so as to make better provisions
for the fencing of machinery. The
section as re-drafted will not
allow guards to be removed while
machinery is in motion for clean-
ing operations etc. except within
certain very narrow and restricted
limits partly covered by the words
“necessarily exposed.”

Clause 16 makes provision as to
the parties who might be liable
for acts or defaults under the Act
and contains a clause empowering
the employee to bring the actual
fender before the Court

This clause also repeals sections
25 and 26 relating to the notifica-
tion of accidents which will now
be contained in the provisions
of the Notification of Accidents
and Occupational Diseases Bill.

Clause 19 contains the penalty
provisions for forgery, personation
and other offences under the Act.
meccretary OF WE Sud Wea tbad the
Government that the Factories
Act, 1947, did not adequately pro-
vide for the fencing of machinery

Dr. Cumm

and for the inspection of every
type of steam boiler.
The Labour Commissioner haa

also pointed out that the adminis-
trative machinery for carrying out
the provisions of the Act were
cumbersome and that difficulties
would be encountered when car-
rying out the provisions of the Act.

Accordingly, he said, the Bill
sought to amend the Factories Act,
1947, to give effect to the recom-
mendations of the Secretary of
State and of the Labour Commis-
sioner



Dr. Cummins quoted Clause 3 or
the Bill which provided a compre-
hensive definition of a factory and
included any factories owned or
operated by the Government of
this island or by «® parochial or
other public body. That clause, he
said, was based on the definition of
factory in the Trinidad and Tob igc¢
Factory legislation. He also made
mention of Section A of Clause 4
which spoke of the inspection of
all factories being the duty of the
Labour Commissioner instead of
being the duty of a Board, as was
originally provided in the Bill
of 1947. He moved the second read-
ing of the Bill.

Mr. Weicott (L) in seconding the
motion, said that the Bill had been
on the Order Paper for the past
four weeks. He was hoping that
Hon. Members were aware of. the
fact that similar acts were imple-.
mented in other West Indian
Islands

He pointed out that the amend-
ments made the Bill work ible, but
they did not in the least take away
the main purpose of the original
Bill. The main change, he said was
the transferring of certain control
from the hands of a Board—as it
was in the origin:1 Bill—into the
hands of the Labour Commissioner

“The workers welcome the
ameridments,” he said. He was
hoping that no Hon. Member had
in mind to move the postponement
of the Bill.

Mr. Mottley (E) said there were
times when business pressed -aem-
hers of the House so, that the:
did not have time to go through

3ilis that were being brought
down.
When they got a bill that was

voluminous, he said, it. was not a
uestion of -postponing it, but
rather a question of having time ic
yet together and reason it out

He said that a bill of that nature
was very necessary, especially as
it affected persons of the com-
munity who were always in dan-
ger of losing their lives. But ther





would be some things that he
would like explained.

Mr. E. L. Ward (E) said that
taking the Bill es it was on the
Order Paper, he never thought
that , would have got to it
that < And so he felt that
there were certain new things in

the Bil! that they should check up




He was in favour of having the
Bill postponed for a week and he
finally mc i that consideration of





the Bill be postponed until ne
rr y and that the Bill be t
a first Order of the Day





substituted three new sections

Mr. Dowding (E) said he was
asking Hon. Members to agree
with the Hon. Senior Member for
St. Lucy, and support the post-
ponement of the Bill. He said that
the originai bill ealled for pro-
tracted debate in 1947 and was
sent to a select committee which
reported back to the House be-
fore it wes passed. He could not



see why the actual! Bill that the
passed in 1947 was not imple-
mented.

He said that he did nor agree
with the transferring of certain
duties from the hands of a Board

to the Labour Commissioner, It
seemed ridiculous to him for the
Labour Commissioner to be ap-
pointed to inspect machinery in
factories when, he was sure. his
office did not call for training in
that technical type of work. He

felt that it wa: creating too much



extra work for that Head of a De-
partment

Mr. B.-E. Miller (L) said’ that
to postpone the Bill with the
amendments would be likened



unto committing a crime. It

was

a matter of too much interest to
the community, he said.
He said taat they should not

hesitate to protect men and women
wno proauced * their wealth,
especiaily wnen thessugar inuwustiry





c.aimed more victims than any
epidemic in barbados.

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) id
the Hon. Members were -
ing fur an wajyournment without
Stauing grounds on which they
snculid have an adjournment. He

was suggesting to Hon. Members
that if they had any points or ob-
fervations to make, they should
make them, and the Government
would guarantee an answer.

He was appealing to the Hon.
Senior Member for St. James, who
bad great influence in his party, to
see that there were no grounds
for adjournment and to ask his
party to go on with the Bill that
day.

Mr. E. nw. Waleott (E) said that
an item of that sort being number
10 on the Order Paper, that Hon,
Membets would not have thought
that it Would have been dealt with





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



AFTER LONG



VACATION



HARRISON COLLEGE boys off to their form-rooms after Morning Assembly in the School Hall yester
day when they returned to school after the summer vacation

Leg. Co. Consider Workers’
Wages Protection Bill

Capt. Williams
Appeals Eor
Kitchenware

For Jamaica Relief

WHEN

visited

already

Hurricane

the

Advocate

Queen's
afternoon nearly 200 parcels were
received

Relief

Park

Vv

Parce!s were brought

out

of

the

Mr
the

the
receive them was Mrs

H
organising committee,
that

certain
forks,
been
emount

day

H

a

Williams, a

Advocate
amount

spoons,
received

will

nd

on

of

pots

be

cups,
and
much
required,

the

reporter
yesterday

Jamaica

Organisation.
in through-

the

althoug

Spot
Marshall.

to

member

told

h

knives,
pans had
greater

He

is

making an appeal for these items
He said: “Time is getting sbort
and the Committee prefers not
have a rush at the end. We have
a closing date,
but we will have to do this short-

not

yet

decided on

oO

that day. Speaking for himself, ly in order to get all articles
he said, he did not have time to packed, labelled, measured and
go through the Bill. invoieed for transportation to

He said that one disputable Jamaica, Everyone should try to
point in the Bill was the Labour Send in their articles as soon as
Commissioner taking the place of POSSible. The population of Bar-
the Board. He felt that that bados is well over 200,000 and so
amendment would lead to long dis- far we have only received nearly
cussions and so was in agreement 200 parceis sarbddians can do

with the Bill being postponed fo!
a week.

Voting for the postponement
were Mr. Mottley. Mr. Dowding,
Mr. Goddard, Mr. Reece, Mr.
Haynes, Mr. E. K. Walcott, Mr

Bethell, Mr. Ward and Mr. Gill,
Votines against were Mro Mamr

Mr. Allder, Mr. Miller, Mr. Prvan,
Mr, F. L. Walcott, Dr, Cummin:,
Mr. Adams end Mr. Brancker.



House Adjourned

On a motion from Mr, FE, K
Walcott, of the Opposition, the
House of assembly yesterday
adjourned the House until next
week, The motion came from the
Opposition after Mr. G. H. Adams
moved the adjournment for halt
an hour, the usual tea luncheon

period because they wanted to at-
tend a function in honour of Mr. A
Lennox-Boyd, Corservative M.P.

THe question of whether the
House should adjourn for half an
hour or until .next Tuesday
brought on nearly an hour’s debate
A division was finally taken and

better.”

He said that anyone wishing to
send a parcel to Queen's Park
can telephone 2555 between 7.30
a.m. and 5.00 p.m., or the Scout's
Headquarters between 7.30 am
und 4:pem. Someone will be sent
fer the parcels,





Approval Reserved





HIS’ Excellency the Governor
yesterday informed the Legisla -
ttve Ceuncil that he has reserved
for the signification of His
Maj¢ ty’s pleasure the Bill in-
titu’ed an “Act to provide for the
regulation of Public Utilities”
passed by the Legislative Council
on the 19th or June, 1951

GRATITUDE

HIS’ Excellency the

intormed

the

Governo!

Legislative Council

that he has been requested by the

Governor

of

Jamaica











to

convey

Ww an expression of the deep gratitude
the Opposition won on a 9—8 of the people of Jamaica for the
majority. ; gift which has been voted by the
Mr. Adams did not favour the Legislature fo hurricane relief
adjournment then for next week. work in that island 5
In The Legisl
n the Legislature Yesterday
-
COUNCIL the protection of wages of workers
The Council postponed
The Legislative Council met at 2.00 ¢, caine the ie crates jemnge re:
p.m. yesterday, The Hon'ble the Colo- Centre in Lo ar hment of a Club and
nial Secretary laid the following Mes- Sc, t. Deer tOe Went iridiain: Ghie
sages ,
. Bill to amene e Satr
No. 29/1951, Reservation for the sig- pacos) Loan Act Mo gee, (Bar
nificetion of His Majesty's pleasure of Rasalitiewiin’ scene Aree
the Public Utilities Bill, 1951 dry achgiitian Ey” the Gove
No 1/1981 Expression of gratitiide Fo)" . ibe n by the Governor-in
of the people of Jamaica for the gift parcel of ate’ Of all that certal
voted by the Legislature of Barbados, jo)4. ¢; . OF ee tenants
for hurricane relief . Cufsthesie-t tidation iaahee
The fallowing. dacuments Were laid:— ;; east migle gorwy iapeer eS Peeucne
Regional Economic Committee of the | Li ieee hart
Pr.tish West Indies, British Guiana and (
British Mohduras Proceedings of First ee ee ee
Meeting The Animals (Importation
Controi Regulations, 1951; The Epizootic HOUSE
Abolition Pegulations. 1951: The Swine
Fever Régulation’, 1951; The Anthrax When the House of Assembly met
Regulati 195): The Babies Reguia esterday Mr. Adams laid the ‘foil with
tions, 1 e Pensions (Amendment! Message No. 29/1951 from His. Excat
Regulatto: 951 . lene Governor to the Honourable
The Couneil concurred in the follow- the of Assembis nforming the
ing: House that in exercise of the powers
vested in him by the ters Patent, he

Resolution to sanction the Rédulations

made by the Governor-in-Executive
Committee on the 14th day of June, lyo1
under the provisions of section 17 f

the Immigration of Paupers ‘Preventior

Act, 1909

Resolution to approve the number of
Pursaries which the Board of Indu
trial Training mez ard annua t



suitable candidates
Pesolution to approve of the exc





by the Executive Committce fa
of land situate in the City of E
fownr and vested, in them fo
of isnd the property of Mrs, Ste
Zevhirin

Resolution to approve of the ¢
sory acquisition by + the Governor

Executive Committee of one rood sev
perches of land adjoining the lands o
St. Christopher's ‘Girls’ School in th«
parish of Christ Church for increasing
school buildings and furnishing
grounds for St Christopher's
School

Resolution to make it lawful
Executive Cominittee to sell
parcel of land containing by
urement one reod thirteer perch
situate in the parish of St. Andrew
site of the former Chalky Mount B«
School

Resolution sanction
Amendment) Regulations
mede by the
Ccnimittee under
subsection (2) of
tons Tariff Act, 1921 11921
The Council passed
B&! to provide for the
realisation of German e¢
a r the distributior
thereof and for p

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BILL REFERRED
COMMITTEE

SELECT

TO

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday began consider-
ation of and then referred to a Select Committee a Bill to
make provision for the protection of wages of workers.
Members of the Committte are Hon’bles F. E. Field, Dr
A. S. Cato, G. B. Evelyn and J, Mahon.

The Hon'ble the Colonial Secre-
tary in moving the second readiny
of the Bill said “Sir, several
conventions have been signed by
the member states of the Interna-
tional Labour Organisation includ-
ing the United Kingdom and if
they are to be applied to Barba-
dos, amendments of existing
labour legislation are re quired,

“Over a year ago, the Fxecutive
Committee agreed in principle to
the adoption of the particulai
convention referred to in the
Objects and Reasons of this Bill
—that is, the implementation of
the terms of Articles’15 and 16 of
the Social Policy (Non-Metropoli-
tan Territories) Convention, 1947,
which stipulates the method of
payment of wages to workers

Objects
“IT have not very much to add
to the stated objects and reasons



The; are briefly that the payment

of wages to workers shall not be
otherwise than by payment ii
money. I think that general
accepted now but there musi
obviously be some _ exception

given: for instance, in the case of
domestic servants who are apt to











receive food and living accommo-
dation in addition to their wage.
Rm ision for that is made in
clause 13 of the Bill.
“There is reference of ac
vances to be made to worters
te the effeet that repayment of

such advances shall not exceed
one-third of the total amount of
the wages or in respect to ad-
vances made for materials, tools
or implements supplied at the
request of the worker. I do not
think that many honourable
members will quarrel with this
‘In the Far East 50 or 60 years
ago there was a form of debt slay-
end it would be possible in
some territories for employers to
put a strangle hold on their em-
ployees, by making them advances
and compelling them to pay bac!
in such large sums that they could
not possibly do so



ery

Second Reading

“IT do not know that such a prac-
tice exists in Barbados, but in
accordance with the terms of the
convention, it is considered right
that legislative provision should
be made and that wages should
not be paid on such terms, The
latter part of the Bill refers to the
powers which the Labour Commis-
sioner will exercise to enforce the

provisions of the Bill. I have no
comments to make on that and
therefore move that the Bill be
read a second time.”

Hon’ble Mr. Mahon said: “Sir,

I regret that the Government has
seen fit to make it appear that it
is necessary for Barbados to have
a Bill of this nature. Mention has
been made of debt s avery, but I
do not think that it could happen
here, or if it ever happened, it must
have been so many years ago that
we know nothing about it

Section 8

“There is one section that
me worry and that i
which reads as follow

Except where otherwise express-
ly permitted by the provisions of
this Act or of any other Act no
employer shall make dedu

gives

$s section 4%



tion or make any agreement on
contract with a worker for any
deduction from the wages to be
aid by the employer to the

worker, or for any payment to the

employer by the worker, for or
in respect of any fine, or of bad
or negligent work or for injury
io the materials or other property
of the employer save when such
injury is occasioned by the wilful
misconduct or neglect of the
worker,

“This as far I see, is going
to create some hardship with re-
gard to watchmen in the sugar
industry. It is a recognised fac
that watchmen in the sugar indus
ry are employed under terrns tha
if anything under Tis supervisio

in the shape Gf ground provision

is lost. the value of that loss ;
deducted from his wage If that
is to be stopped, I do not knoy
what position it .would put th
Sugar industry in with regard ti

watchmen, especially with regar

to praedial larceny hich i
prevalent to-day

“Under the present system, if
watchman is deeme to hat

something to do with the theft, he
would realise that if the yalue of
the lost article was going be
aken out of his wages, there wou!d

to









be not much point in stealing it
Wilful Damage

. is a further point” said
the > Mahon. The same
section You may make a
deduction for any damage or
jury to material ou can ascer-
tain that it wa done

Tt

day

sent

thing for anyone
might as well

Hon'ble Mr
not agree with

to prove and it
have been left out
Cuke said: I can-

the interpretation
&tven to clause 9, With all respect
lo the arguments I have heard |!
do not agree that it is good legis-
tation, I think that there are one
or two of these sections which
could be worded in a far more sat-
isfactory manner

“Suppose a workman came to
his employer on Friday night
when Saturday is his normal pay
and asked for his week's
wages and his employer says yes

and gives him, but next morning
the employee comes back and
says you can only take out one-

third of my wages, but you have
taken out 100% therefore I can
sue you, is that right? I do not
agree with that”, said the
Hon'ble Mr, Cuke.

“I think that the Bill should be
to a Select Committee and
make a motion to that effect’.

Hon'ble Mr. Mahon seconded.

Â¥
i

Bill’s Meaning

Hon'ble Mr. Field said: “I am

not objecting to the Bill going to
a Select Committee,

I only want
to say in self defence that my in-
terpretation of clause 9 differs
from that of Hon'ble Mr. Cuke, I

am not saying that my interpre-
tetion is the correct one, because
the Court might put a different
interpretation on it,

“Everyone who reads the Bill
will see that one of its purposes}
is that if an employer lends a
worker money, he should not de-
duct more than one-third of the
total amount of wages from any
one pay packet ’

Hon'ble Mr Field then re-
ferred to clause 9 which reads

Any employer may deduct or
stop from the wages payable to
a worker under uny contract of
employment in respec: of the
following |

|
(a) the actual or estimated |
cost to the employer of}
any materials, tools and
implements supplied by
the employer to the
worker at the latter's
request to be employed
by him in his occupa-}
tion; or
(b) any money advanced by
way of loan by the em-
ployer to the worker,
(whether paid to the
worker himself or to
some other person at his
request) in anticipation
of the regular period of

payment of nis wages

Provided that the total amount
which may be stopped or deduct-
ed from the wages of worker
in any pay period under the pro-
visions of this section shall not
exceed one-third of the wages of
the employee in that pay-period

Week’s Wages

a

He said taat Hon'ble Mr. Cuke
gave an instance of an employec
wishing ta, have the whole
week's wages on Friday when

the normal custom was to pay on
Saturday and then going back on
Saturday and saying he wanted
two thirds of what was paid on
Friday.

Hon'ble
thought
Hon'ble
ter

Mr

the

Challenor
point made
Mr, Field could

raised in Committee.
Hon'ble Mr. Field
thought that some
members would want
nation then,

The Bill was then
Select Committee.

he
the
bet-

said
by
be

said he
honourable
an. expla-

referred tc

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S.P.C.A. Offici
Lectures To

Policemen
QuirgF BG. S.?.C.A. li

al

pector

aA Sergeant Major C. F. Torre-
zao gave a lecture to e police'@)
yesterday morning on “what
-onstitutes cruelty to animal

and how to apprehend offender

Three Inspectors of Police,
sergeants, 7 Corporals, 64 con-
Stables atiended the lecture ask
ing questions after

This morning ai 8.30 he con-
ducts an Instruction Class fo
local S.P.C.A inspectors at
Y.M.C.A.

OR T Y-SIX-YEAR-OLD
Charles Crichlow of Kew
Road, Tudor Bridge, was arrest

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Cpl. Murphy Crichlow we
charged with the unlawful pos
session of a quantity of sus
which he was carrying in a ski!
let.

City Police Magistrate M
Cc. L. Walwyn imposed a fine ¢
20 shillings on him

AY STREET BO’ CLUB

defeated Common th
team in aé cricket match hel
over the week-end The Boy
Club side batted first and score,
85. Skipper Barker topscorer
with 30. \

Commonwealth replied wii |
57. R. Hunte took four for 1
and E. Pollard three for 1!)

Boys’ Club sent back in Cer
monwealth to bat and bowle
them out for 22 runs to win |
six runs. Skipper Barker tool
six for 16.

ARBADOS got ipply ¢

English apple th soasc
when the Australian vesse 3
Port Fairy, called here over tl
week-end, It brought 300 Lox A
of apples and 100 tor of co
storage meat

Mr. William Patterson of ]
firm of Messrs. J. N. Goddard
Sons, told the Advocate yesterda 71
that the island now had a
supply of meat which would |
for the remainder of the ye t 4
Bae - EIGHT - YEAR - OF

Percy Carter, ,a labourer ¢ a
Villa Road, St. Michael, was ye
terday fined 20 shillings by Ci
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nn cane per agate line »n week-days —————____
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pian 2 ek) fo. ee minimum charge $1.50 on week-days 96 cents Su"days 24 words — over 24 In Carlisle Bay

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charge is $3.00 for any number of words | | HOUSES Precise, Sch. Francis W. Smith, Sch.| hibited from December 9th, 1951, 7
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each| ,,Minimum charge week 72 cents and| REAL ESTATE additional word. Terms cash, Phone 2508 cents Suldays 24 words — over %4| | CLIFTON TERRACE—T, Sch. Phyllis Mark, Sch. Augustus B ee , : ae = '
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between 8.20 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death i enis a wo wee 4 cents a) . _ tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. Compton, Sch. Turtle Dove, Sch. Mary - CAN, CRUISER 29 Aug 4 Sept 1) Sept 14 Sept
Matess oils ate & On word on Sundays, _ Offers in writing will be received by Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Ali|â„¢M. Lewis, Sch. Laudalpha, Sch. Water The General Licence under the | GAN) GHALLENGER :. 8 Sept. 11 Sept aa 20 Bot 21 Sept '
: e | Courtesy Garage, White Park Road, up modern conveniences. Appay on premises. | Luly HL.. Sch. Florence Emanuel. Sch.) Dried Fruits Order, 1951, which| LADY RODNEY 19 Sept. 22 Sep: 24’ Sept 3 Oct 4 Oct i
The charge for announcements of to 4.00 p.m. on Friday, 21st September, 8.8.81-¢.¢.n, | Marea Henrietta, Sch. Philip H. David-} a thorises the sale { these im-| SAN, CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept S Ces 10 Oct 11 Oct >
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. . < s . : . . opposite Strathclyde er ce, sta - 7 ss coa lgrim, 3,931 tons net,} ing stocks and of any supphes tha Barbados Birbados Boston Halifax ntteal 4
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5 = a, awin room, sitting room, and Linen. To an approved tenant 7 * ‘ a Se? to mennntad $n co ee *
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL OF i: 4 16.9 inlloaan kitchenette, kitchen and large store- Apply to Alma panier No. 6, Coral 4 Ist, 1951, will be revoked, | The M.V.“CANADIAN CRUI SER” is expected to arrive. hére 33
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sultant Specialists ‘for poate as part ertvule’, St. Patric k's Christ 'C hrist or ee ee eee eee 8 at aa 1. {OVX GARDENE—New sapgeth Douse F iin ierce, toe mattioh ph neo ee ie: | ee a hewn : ae — ia
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College Hospital, 0 the Gepartments of s —S| |, The undersigned will offer for sale at Dis! su” Between 9 and 1 ie dons net. Capt. Stoll, for British ab GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents. :
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tad » honorasio;m at the rate of | or particulars and Conditions of Sale, | 7 ~— — By e M br tiver ‘ a 4
ee Le | eenty to For ST. VINCENT . .e
£20 per annum. A nominal parment) CAR—Six Cylinder Chevrolet Touring PPS COTTLE, CATFORD & Co HELP A deK. Frampton, Sprott, C1 MAIL NOTICE . From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal ;
ai the rate o Ww per annum ¥ "| M-648. In perfect order, good tyres. | 9.9 51—6n " Anderson aoe ot ae — _
made by the Hospital in respect of | App.; to C. §. Goodridge C/o Wilkinson EXPERIENCED SHIRT M.\KERS For MARTINIQUE 3 5 J , :
ae FS ; : ae : “ < s — fepnigh cena pad aie cede =XPERIED s M. $ or 2 J Mails for British Guiana by the Sch. | \ _Expected™ Arrival
ao al vt zr high ey r ay & Haynes Co. Ltd. Dial 4267 “The undermentioned will offer tor sale Vanted at the Reliance Shirt Factory, Lilian Phillips Francis Wi fimith will be closed at the | Montreal | Halifax Bridgctowa,..
be ained_ from the i 1$.9.51—2n. |by public competition at their office, | Palmetto Street 13.9.51—én ] ror NEW YORK | General Post Office as under:— 5.8. “POLYCREST ne av pte -
ae t “Hospit nd bn ne | James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 8st | —_- —— SS Se NRE L. Ashby, Milton Port, DeLisle Craw- Parcel Mail at 12 (noon) Registered | jy ope > > Aus aoe ~*
i shines ne pits = MOTOR CYCLE—Velocette Model 200| September 1951 at 2 pm TEACHER to t h Spanish and Maths] ford, Ejmira Morris, Maybel Quint ne, | Mail at 2 p.m., Ordinary Mail at 230) .y POL: vara . Aug = .
Rearesere sath ie. hag ame aes New, just received. Courtesy} That desirable two storied freehold! to School Certificate Standard. Minimum | Clarence Bryan, Edith Todd p.m. on the 19th September, 1951 5.8. “SUNPRINCE" 1538 ment on \ - “
Seital Manager end Sécretty, Dalton 19.9.51—3n dwellinghouse known "as “Culloden Sualifications acceptable. School | C : Re : ory . a
a . ee lew", situa > ~ isd. icate ade or London Matriculation —-
ver.ity College Hospital, Mona, Jamaica VAN—Fiat Delivery Van in good work-|joder and. Dalkeith Boston Of Cull Apply in. first instance in writing to U.K. SE RVICE -
B.W.I., bore the 3lst of December 1g atdar. Appty Springers Garage; Tinos enti ieee ne hel Stenddnansher Mod tHith Setcot . 7
1951 19,6.51—1n. | Spry Strect : 18.0.51—St. sect She Mee cele ete! Rogbuck, Seta *9.9.51—1n BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL From Liverpool and Glasgow
inepeinanenciantiniied - en _ > " jos an 7 : ; Expected Arrivat
open verandahs, bath and toilet down-
SSS ELECTRICAL stairs and upstairs, four bedrooms (one MISCELLANEOUS TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES | pa nppaenies eT suet Rates, BeydReiowe, i
BOARDING. & LODGING lite Oe x] Mah eee Sed tothe) S Tw6 Meewants i aiaeaas SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12) 2 “DORIS CL UNERS" . Get” Fw te 31 Septomyct iy
“ROS > . | rooms, garage 7 : , 4 ene
— also — m : cRosu. REVRIGERATOR - Nee Ca LONER Manel Se he ee ic OPPERS : Two Racking Coppers | o'clock noon on Wednesday, 19th September, 1951, for supplying; —— eee aictlehedebeedei aie : waa Sata
LUNCHES for CITY cL ERK > # c $999 J, a b a : oi - vs - . abou } diameter impson . : ~ 2 . i : : 7 - " a ~~ 7
Reasonable Terms. At Rus-In-Urbe Courtes age 18.9. 51—6n wie hay chpent Sita. on aputincen ee im “hae es gh Sage eT er Me oe eT ee —_ — eee
Crumpton Street, Centrally located ee with the owner Mr. St. C October, 1951:— } tapes a osival
REFRIGERATOR Gibson Refrigera- ner St. Clair Hunte] LOAN—£9000 @ 5% secured by first Expected Arrival
nig! coral siMulepbone aunt Apply tors (American) 5-yewr guarantee. Auto | ‘Phone vee 3 Ty chawen ae mortgage RMerwood: & Boyce (1) FRESH BREAD Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates, Bridsetown,
. > i Tyre Co., Cr. Trafalgar & Spry Sts 7 + k Co., 9 51— 9 on
9.9.51--4n 7 18 9.61—3n. | Solicitors. , 19.9 51—4n (2) ALCOHOL mv BRUNO’ 11 Sept 12 Sept 21 Sept 1 Octobe
y= { | 9.9. 51—6n (3) COFFINS, and providing HEARSE for the burial of the f
YOSSI OOOOTIT | FURNITURE AUCTION PERSONAL dead at the Westbury Cemetery. Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
x x SURE ne Gua rennya (4) PURE FRESH MILK, between 100 and 200 pints a day| _U : aes kale all | ee
. ¥ +—~One : s mre
xs 1 1 ‘ x drawing room suite comprising of: 2 UNDER THE SILVER The public are ae a, warned against only. : : ‘ 7 . oS
% | % Rockers, 3 Chairs. at : seater satted HAMMER giving credit to wife Cigapendies Forms for the respective tenders will be supplied on application | ROYAL NETHERLANDS ee ee ae ee ae
“ m | wi ipholstere unlopillo cushions SHOP CI L (vee Thomas) agy oi do. not ymyself | + the S te f the G ie ital 4 tenders will t be i
ms x and ent md table, also Birch dining Or THURSDAY See aah rs n mi responsible for her or anyone else con- |? e ecretary 0 ne senera ospital anc ende tS wi no bs STEAMSHIP co.
s table an 4 chairs. Practically new | aero’ e ve will se acting o| bts a . i ys . 3 < j , » > “ spi iret \
% y | Phone Mrs. Parkinson 2730 : ,ohe Shop Building with 2 roofs covered| unicss bys written order signed by me entertained except they are on forms supplied by the General Hospital SAILING FROM EUROPE
% x 16.9.51—3n, | With ve iron, situated at the “ “LIS HENDLEY Persons tendering must submit at the time of tendering letters +f ee a September 1951 ' Gl , tlanti Hy
*. corner of Chapel and Hart Streets, near ' » Hi . . _ a ; af . ACON—27th September 1951 { ale., ransatlantique ))
$ x LIVESTOCK Plantations Ltd. Sale 2 o'clock Rose Hill, 4, | {tom two other persons known to possess property, expressing their | “ salLiNG TO PLYMOUTH AND { : ;
s ° % | TERMS CASH 18 9 51—2n, | Willingness to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the : _ AMSTERDAM SAILIN
¢ 2 | —————~ | BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO 1.8. ORANJESTAD—Sth October 1961 LING TO
% x MULE—One large mule suitable for 7 vl ea thie ave’ hacane Sainte Raa contract. SAILING TO PARAMARIBO } ENGLAND & FRANCE
P eae rs 1e public ave hereby warne ains :
x FOTICE 3 plantation work. Rose Hill, sat, GOERS 0k aig uctioneers givine Wa ab ee a Sine Terms of contract and any further particulars may be obtained | |, | dont Le a { r
“ 7 cS e “Ke | we bi 1 September 1951. “HO AROCORNE” 9 =
x s mn = —~:| etre ae octet lial Sonne on application at the General Hospital. “Ss ICON 11th October 1961 “GASCOGNE 22nd = Sep-
°UP—Alsatian Pup. One pure brea 3 s espons ys SAILING TO TRINIDAD PARAMA DIN te ar ria S ris
x e | Alsatian Male Pup father pedigree im- PUBLIC NOTICES one else contracting any debt or debts] — 14. ee 51 tn, 2.0.0. | ; AND BG on | Meet. ohaewe Po Rane
S q | orted dog. Appiy: Hill's Dairy. Dial - Ay ty fame unless written order ——_—__+—~ — ‘a —— | 4.8. BONAIRE—24th September 1951 \ renee e, Gue oupe ¢
. . 5 Ql size 5l—In Ten ae rs » nie ts | SAQTLING TO TRINIDAD & CURACAO t =e "
. It is with much regret 9: and ia conte per eget ner Tage Re dol aid Signed COLERIDGE GILKES, WS HESTIAW2 , or. |} “COLOMBIE” 14th October
% that the Management % PUPPIES — Poodle and Pommeranian | minimum "charge nate ns Ge Bonhens vinta Road. e ea ert steninalananie is new | ALS. BOSKOOP imei LON. vin. WRMrLinInNe send
anas puppies (Black) 7 weeks o ia 3. | and $1.80 * ‘ a 3. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD Guadel : ’
. a a hieaa 18.9.51—2n on Sundays. | 9-81 ~2n A | iuadeloupe.
announces that after ¢ és ‘“ Agents, |
. » rs \ e \}
% Thursday, September = % MECHANICAL NOTICE PA R K E R SSeS = \{ SOUTH BOUND
} ‘ ae Ey : : t
oe 27th eo | 1s hereby given that it is the inten- it | —
Da va r vi . tion of the Commissioners of Highways { The Auxiliary Schooner - “naecan oo as * 5
> the Club’s Cinema will % WIND MILL—Phone 4124, 18.9.51—3n. | of oe respective parishes of Saint sou Vet as | ory - NSL! ae seine ee
~ 1 ‘ Joseph and Saint John to cause to be will accept Cargo and Passengers ; ah ran, q
. 9 mN 4 » be : ® . pate ’ $ be CLOSED. Due to the 3] 2 Lawn mMowEeRs—Phone 4124. | introduced into the Legislature of this | s the only pen with the Aero-metric Ink System { for Trinidad. Sailing Sunday 16th Grenada, Trinidad, Britistigg)) «a
% s mall attendance of & 18.9.51—3n. | Island a Bill authorising them to in- Gifts, Curios, Jewels | ’ })}) instant at 9 a.m, |) and French Guiana. MY en
& ca . : . , © | crease the salaries payable to the respec- Antiques, Ivory, Silks | mat The M.V CARIBBER. will | =
& Members, for quite some X} One (1) Johnson Sea Horse Outboard | tive Inspectors of Highways for the erld Ete., Ete., Ete |}{} accept Cargo and Passengers for }} | Abobbting Pilecsecte “S
= time the Management > Motor with separate 5 gallon tank. Out-| porishes to a sum not exceeding £500 oer eae? ? } Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, + pling Terg,. a
ime, : $$] Put 10 h.p. Engine, condition as new. | per annum, and the travelling allowan- : Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing Fri- Cargo and Mail
has been reluctantly % Apply By eee ons rereen oe peamee ; ces payable to the said respective In- THAN rs “ohe MV DAERWOOD in 3
oe aitns cc a1 ach, 5 . pectors 5 3 8 ‘ | . 2 w n
for ced to make this > one wine oo ae ma ne Pr. Wm. Hry. St. :: Dial 2466 } accept Cargo and Passengers for 7
tes % MISCELLANEOUS per annum, such in- . . . % | St. Lueta, Grenada and Aruba |
§ decision. % s | creases to take effect as from the Ist Lilt: Dadnateteeabes ton aden Ueeect kh. M. JONES & Co id. :
. | day 1, 1951. — ; ; ° “f
Owing to the large X!" Anriques — Of every — description | OS TED tne An day of Sept. 1951 Tih DAte BF, Rebarture ee. Bp notified Y
e ay oft CC smas nc | Gless, China, old Jewels, fine Silver YEARWOOD & BOYCE, | BWI. SCHOONER OWNERS AG
$ Operating in the Inland it $| fess" ylaaere ana, Ss Solicitor i i} ARRDGRARIORY tec) Ht Phone
Oo a fraphs ete, a es n e 16.9.51—3n ee, ele o, 404 |
s ¥ adjoining Royal Yacht Club |
% is not possible for the % L44..| OO | Ue
x . : | eS a oy
b always to show 4 —__—— > ‘ | | meee rep noe einen Ye sy
x Clu poe ‘3 ne ar]y st BUTTONS: New w Pretty Dress Buttons | EDUCATIONAL } | SS SS OR LET OE ~*
} é New Films as former y; % A fine assortment in White Buttons _prorerocesnseneae ei ee
‘ *. ac . . also jewelled buttons—from 24c.—48c.| LW. acaeeche easements inseantoes If uff (Y
$ and, as most of the Mem- ¢$ you suffer terri e ;
. ’ per dozen, ‘The Modern. Dress Sho NOTICR ‘ h a 10 DAY NEW. FLA li
%,
« & bers wish teeee Pictures x Taichind. eoooaet 2.0.08 ‘ LOREe BOHOL ' ordinary a oe nes boss walk | * Ss S s
_ @ at their first showing, 4 %| DEFOREST HOME—One used Deforest | | The school will re-open on Tuesday,| kill the germa Other | HOUSE a wyer ae
% there is not. sufficient | bome—study course covering Radio September 25th at 9.45 a.m symptom: Re NEW FEATURES Ba 3 cies
SS %| reievision—sound. Dial 4660. Cozier.| New boys not yet examined for] Disorder: are Scanty, aie and NEW PRECISION HASTINGS BARBADOS HOW THEY RUN”
ss patronage to keep the % 19.9.51—3n. | Entrance wil: present themselves at the te nth tae, Ostting Nights, NEW T | Under new management. TONIGHT, and
& Sy ba RENT akeR s ‘ 4 schoo! at 10 a.m. on Monday, 14th umbago, Nervousness, BEAUTY nie Sg '
ss Club's Cinema running. | “Corron FUJIBITE:-Really a good | September Dizziness, Cireiee ve under Daily and longterm rates SEE HOW THEY RUN
x 16.9.51.—1 wk. Rf Quality in Pink, Peach, Lemon, Blue} Boarders are expected for dinner at Bye and Rheumationty poor: Apes quoted on request EVERYDAY
x BY] sna White. Ondy 56 cents per ard. | 6 p.m. 24th September Grater Et Pe ewolren One fenratom Permanent guests THE PUBLIC
PC ntatndiaibatait tetas ati ee At Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street CYRIL E. STOUTE ing the c “4 > ie ’
LCC EES POCSSS > 19.9.51—1n E Secret ' ey aad coatietaly eae eee Dinner and tie ktail , RY
— = Goy. Body, Lodge School. | bles in eight days. Get Cystex from | * ta JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
“FRICO” Wholemilk Powder made in| 19-6 51—an_| any Chemist on Guarantee to put | p Pe parties arranged, and
| Holland from milk of the world You,sight or money back. Act Now! ICH AND GRACEFUL STYLING §. 5° « | J. H. BUCKLA VARE
| famed Frisian Cows is now available LOST me rotee you will feel better and leadership in performance these j , . >, ND, HARDWARE we
as follows Oli Sime e) BONO Beet | Gn ie Cc vst ex in soe 7 SMG AAS ‘i Proprietor. For Good Value d
an ab. Sb OG She eee may | CASE-—One Brown Zipper brief-case ant ee | combine to make the new Parker * 51° the { SSS
obtainable a your groce a oats two Passports and airways P co i ark- —
AUCTION fi cute rs Seber feteeathe che awa tne Oh Ln -J Wa) |. itis Aeroaneste tt Spa. tel - a asa aE
otton Factory, . ic 19.9.5 able Aero-metric In stem ...aWwho ‘ . “2 . , . -
16.9.51--3n. ; Peer s new, scientific saad of drawing in, 24 GAUGE GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS
gy a on cw, 8c
| — athe ) SSS SS SSS SSS . at
6 ” GAS STOVE: Modern, practically new. ; se " ;
AIRY HILL \]| Automatic control Oven. 3 burners, 1 ts ‘ toring, safeguarding and releasing ink a a 34c. per ft °
Grill Toaster, Inspection invited. Phone D w Pa *S1° gi : sleet sade . ies bas
St. George Ill 9 16.9.51-—3n A s s the ne Parker * 51° gives the finest oAa tus CULAPEST PRICE IN TOWN
. g | jen performance ever known, SILVERY SHEATH | mR
LUNCH KITS—For School Children.
° iplete, nforta carry-all with See this grand new pen at your Parker i wAT
TO-DAY cenat te ainining “tpt, Vasvons Yicexs —nentiens Shan aagt sigateraeeg Ligealpe CENTRAL EMPORIUM
We are favoured with instrue- } ard plenty of room for sandwiches. $2.83 Friday classes at the Aquatic Club will start on the 2ist }}! gan Sele ob: eaagens Eh ned itd P ER BROAD & TUDOR STR
tions from Mrs. C. S. Lee to ee aa jeg Saha al ag September. » al art ON WHE veath inside the barrel. You'll want to ’ _
dispose of the very fine collection a 6 Ltd : sie The Modern Dress Sat i aetitas 9 : swn the new Parker ‘51°... or give it as @ NEW FOTO-FILL FILLER aS SSE : SS '(
of Mahogany and other F urniture aheone, 15.9.51—6n aturday classes on the 22nd September aly ‘al gift @ NEW INK FLOW GOVERNOR : EMMA AMEE ere
as rm 2c lOW - da or 1 ve |
Connoisseur Viewing from. 19 -ll| “eae an Acne? e%, “Dial M88. : sses are being formed for Ballroom Dancing afid Keep , eee © NEW PLI-GLASS RESERVOJR 2
a a.m [Diss cemnretaeer st aS Ry ae Fit. Apply to Miss Ransom. Telephone. No. 8555. PRICES: © NEW VISIBLE INK SUPPLY 1s
Â¥ pias wu Rn ~
¢ 1947 Hillman Ten Saloon, Mile- SF sant icenichoraisinalalinateentns |S Rolle Gold Cap $24.05 Lustraloy Cap + «9 44 and 4 other great advances 12 r ‘3
age 25,000, 4 New Tyres, Brakes TERRA-COTTA \ BUTTER COOLERS. THE BARBADOS SCHOOL OF DANCING LID. *
velined, Bxee lent Condition Just the thing for this hot weather { * m (BARBADOS)
throughout. For Sale between 1 Fellow the simple instructions supplied > -
and 2 p.m with each cooler and have nice firm but- |). 2
Kidney Table, Very Fine Oval, ter just when you want it. Only 48) 5 6659595S 655555500055 7, : ‘4 ah 2
Square. Round and Miniature Tip. ||| cents each. Obtainable only from C. F.| SSPCCSSSOPO SSO SOS G9 SSS G9 DIIO OSGI FOSS PTGS OOOO SOON) 4 3
Top Tables, Square Dining Table, Harrison’s Broad Street 19.9.51—3n % ~ * ‘
| 6 Dining Chairs and 4 Carvers to | % :
match, Small Serving Table, China ‘ % 3
Cabinets, Sideboards. ‘Tea holes. || MW NOUNCEMENTS '% ! x rT ‘here éne 3
| Bookshe Ives, Liquor Cabinet, 6 | | > ey ie ( Jb ?
Benes naire (Ww meee Seats ‘ ane | \ e e | i
| acks ookcase, Coffee and Oc-



casional Tables, Adjustable Mor- | To meet numerous requests of our

| ris Chair, Revolving Bookcase, Hat Sonar ee Nee Sora Ss etn Why not let us supply you with



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Stand, wivel Office Chair, r custom made shirts, *
Liquor e, Writing Bureau, (|f} Shorts, ladies slacks, boys clothing etc i
Flat Topped Writing Desk |f| Heving at our disposal the facilities of a your requirements of ;
Medium and Small), Double /{}| â„¢odern factory we are able to offer j -

ded Settee, Butler's Tray and |f| Prompt services at exceptionally reason- j j .
Stand, Dressing Table (Single |}| “ble prices ALUMINIUM SAUCEPANS—AIll Sizes .

| Reliance Shirt Factory. Shirt Depot

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hstand, Pr. Single Bedsteads
with Vono_— Springs, Bedside

Dressing Table (Glass
> 3 | é etto Street. Phone 4764
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Mirror fiside\. Taltiioy, Adjoue } broken Well"Wou can have them skil- SUBSTI dignity of
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Clothes Horse, ALL THE ABOVE Where? Square Deal, Denture Repair

IN MAHOGANY: |] | Service, Reed Street 18.9.51—3n SALT CONTAINERS—Plastic



Imported Upholstered 3 Piece |
Suite with loose Cushions ana Ll OOOO OOO
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Wicker Chairs, Leather Arm Chair * CLASSES $ ; +~
re dephone Table | and Stool, |S % % BOWLS, PLATES, TEACUPS and SAUCERS—Plastic =
raughtsman's Table, Small. Writ- | a a 6, GQuee ‘. ’ , . ” y ded “5
ing Desk, . Fine Bookoise, Deal | i} ae Pass ap eee re pal 21% and many other items too numerous to mention “WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO =
Couch with Dunlopillo Cushions, pe one irting T eo 251} P x | ) —
SNe ILRI aces Tire ate es. z ° e | { Every Garment individ
Boards, Good Painted Bedroom | |S potete eo ptete otto tooo poe ay bis j ually cut to your Measst
Pg yg eg Oe SIF Pay us a visit To-morrow and >) BRAND ure, Tailored as FON
Mattresses, Child's Cot and Mat- |}| NOTICE TO PARENTS { mak . oll = | specif
tress, Singie Spriz g Filled | Hot Lunches served to Pupils « your So ectton at. oe {
Mattrese, | Sit Mattress, ||| §({ of Harrison College and others | d | Perfect Fit Guar untoed.
Saman Iressi ble Stoc at “Rus-In-Urbe” , Crumpton St.
Gal Furniture, Prescold Re- |}|{{} (opposite Harrison College). Reas- -_ | x —-
iis eons Soon 11) cobiethuneSeatine |S BARBADOS HARDWARE LID. || Condensed — Evaporated ~ Powdere | BR NC ny
Gen. Elec. Frig. (needs Atten- 69 satus ©: BECCLES. { d weit rene x
tion), Elec agnet Ov and Hot 9.9.5 in ; ‘
Plate, 2 ner Florence O11 |f] ' | AGHT-VWEIGHRT >
Stove. ‘and Largs Oven, Hanging ii] 2s a8 (THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS) | LIGH : §
and Balance Scales Pressure | PPLE ELL PPP PF FFP PSPSPS, | ea j j TWEEDS .
Sie Wat aneet son | (EMBROIDERY LESSONS {8 16 Swan Swan Street Phon> 2109, 4406, and 3534 | ROBERT THOM LTD. - Agents -
and Faulpment "Lawn Mower 1S at the % iy % TROPICAL $
uckets, Chicken Wire, “Length |]|% studio Queen's Park, starting § AAA LAA AA AAA gt A Att AAA ehigt ; io x
of Hose e Servants’ Cot $ = - ————— " i? : i HITINGS
Child's sercols ne ine a. era m3 24th Sept. 4—6 p.m. For | ) th : eee a ara! i ; SUITINGS %
rojection Screer . iculars ring 4137 HH . a . , | i * | 1% BE: i 4 & .
cae econ ome e vous Sif CAADIUM: SHOW i] REAL ESTATE : | And -§
—_—— os OOO CIOOOGOOE . ‘ORSTEDS ;
AUCTIONEERS SSS—————= = WHITEHALL, ST. PETER x WORSTEDS 3
G. A. Service's | in aid of St. Peter's | % to select from.
ech Benton | oe ae | eee» || RALPH A. B
“Ihe most manifest sign o Pe en ee cr oT
& co wisdom is continued cheer- Open Daily 10.30 a.m. to | %
* fulness.” oer | F. ws % "
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A.F.8., F.V.A WITH GAS IN THE From Saturday, September 8th | ts W mi. FOGAR 7 (BARBADOS) I, id.
Phone 4640 KITCHEN HOUSEWIFE J ENTRANCE 0: 1/- ' % ¥
cscdattaies Mabie AND COOKIE ARE AL- i HONE 4683 x ae
Plantations Building WAYS CHEERFUL. })) to September 30th inclusive i LOWER BAY STREET. ? . Xs nes
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PAGE EIGHT



Barbados Water

Y y e,e

Contests Exciting Fram
Y 3 ye e
Start To Finisty
TRINIDAD, Sunday (By Mail).

The Barbados water polo teams took time out from their
games on Sunday to visit Maracas Bay, one of Trinidad’s
most talked of beaches. There, they spent a pleasant day
swimming, playing beach cricket and eating under shady
cocoanut trees.
The Ss Gascogne which

brought the teams to Trinidad The games so far have been

docked in Port-of-Spain at ap- P!ayed at night by floodlight. The
proximately 9.30 on Friday remaining two matches will be



morn-

in Several members of the Played in the afternoon. The
Trinidad Association were on the Barbados teams are taking the
dock to welcome the visitors and tour very seriously. Some have

after clearing customs and talking been visiting the Yacht Club dur-



with the Press, the teams were ig the day to practise while others
taken to the Hotel Normandie. especially Delbert Bannister and
This hotel is in a small district Charlie Evelyn are doing a fair
known as St. Ann's. It is just off ®2mount of road-work, These two
the Savannah, not far from Trini- Spent the early part of Sunday
dad’« @--ernment House, morning chasing the Trinidad

race horse Rock Diamond Tor a

» y Gr 5

The ena series £¢W furlongs igh aa EW eREAN
were played on Friday night The Field

against the two leading teams in The field of play is approxi-

the Trinidad league, Kingfish who mately the same length as the one













played the ladies, did not have a in Barbados, but appears to pe
full representative team as some auite a few yards narrower. The
of their players were sick. They Offside line is not clearly indicated
were po match for the quick and Barbados players find it
swimming Barbadians and the difficult to keep out, not having
match was a walk over for the @ proper guide flag on the touch
visitors line. In the four matches played

Ocean Giants “A” proved to be £0 far there have been no fewer

tough obstacle for the Barbados than eleven goals disallowed foi

The Giants are all good offside, although on the first

swimmers and their defence line "ight a strong tide helped to swell
is a powerful set-up led by Harry the number
Smith who visited Barbados last Governor Rance will present the
November. Smith is the outstand- trophies to the winning teams o
i Trinidad player in the series Wednesday afternoon following
o far. Their forward line, how - the final test. A farewell dinnet
\ lacks proper finish. They will be given on Wednesday night
re well fed by their backs and at the Hotel yrmandie = in

3 n get the ball goalwards, honour of the visitors who leave
t ir finishing shots are weak, the follgwing day to return home
The Giants goalkeeper is Barba- arriving in Barbados on Saturda
dian born Keith ‘Katie’ Stoute.

TP . 7 . ‘
— Big Thrill For

The fir Tests played on Sat- a
urday night were most interest- London Athleties
ing. There is no doubt about it

that the Trinidad teams have im
proved greatly since last Novefh-

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PRIMO. CARNERA, ecx-heavyweight boxing champion of the world,
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whom he defeated in

Rome in the first contest of his

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Visitors Impressed |e

By Baby League
” >

Work
the
Barbadiar who
has been in U.S.A., for 45
years, and Mr. Alvan Wharton, 4
machinist of San Fernando Trini-
dad, looked in at the Children’s
Goodwill League yesterday mo
ing. They were shown around by

island, Mr

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sitors to
Bryan,
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Mr. John Beckles, M.B.E. Both
were very much impressed with
the work done by Mr. Beckie
and Mr. Bryan commented: “Thi

place and what it stands for is of
great benefit to the island. i
believe it has God's blessing.”
Mr. Wharton said: “This work
is praiseworthy and extremely
commendable.” To Mr. Beckles, he
said: “Keep this good work up
Mr. Beckle afterwards took
them to St. Michael's Girls’ School

where they were shown around
by Miss Burton, Headmistress
From there they went to the
Nightingale Memorial Home at
Black Rock.

Here again they commented on
the good work done and comment-

ed on the homely atmosphere of
the Home. ‘ They were also vey
greatly impressed by the sur-

roundings of the building and the
beautiful vegetable gardens

Mr. Bryan, who left the island
yesterday evening by the s.s. Fort
Amherst said that he very much
enjoyed his stay in the island,
sspecially when it climaxed with
the little tour yesterday morning

‘Kort Amherst”’
Calls Here

THE Furness Withy
freighter Fort Amherst called yes-
terday from New York via Trini-
dad with four passengers and cargo

passenger-

for Barbados. She had 43 in-
transits on board.
Some of the Fort Ambherst’'s

passengers are making the entire
cruise with the ship. During the
ship’s short stay here, they invaded
Bridgetown selecting ‘memoirs of



: ; IEY. Sept wicket at the ‘ : ». Barbados.”
. most difficult to get through im A London athletics crowd had This deitie ciate boa West pe ee ee ee The Fort Amherst sailed for St
.o —_— fom was chiefly ~ one of the biggest athletics thrills Indies Cricket team will be affect- The West Indies have expressed Vincent during the afternoon
» s = excellent saving by e ; 1 - deci ; ; ed even pass . > » re
Trini Bg seas i $, an b f isions made agree it v S$ arr? » & s 7 .
THinid id goalkeepe i ep in of the season when Arthur Wint, ed by a number of decisions n their agreement with this arrange- Eleven passengers joined her here
dé 5oaikeeper Josephine ihe giant-striding A.A.A. champion by the Australian Cricket Control ment
Gate sister of J yateliffe «BY 5 ee ied : pat Waal
tcliffe, ’ er of Johnny Gatclifle from Jamaica, ran neck to neck Board. Future cricket Te: with The Board announced that a FLOUR ARRIVES
bo fe rs custodian. ang finished in a dead heat with England will also be affected by New Zealand team would t THE S.S. Alcoa Pioneer dis-
Josephine was in top form and it aa a ; . we the decisions. ; ia it 089.10! ones % arge sre yesterda 1,000 bags
took repeated tries by the Bar- John Parlett, European 800 metre tere Baneethsy ot the thourd: said Australia in 1953-1954. New Zea, charged here ye sterd Ay ; od g
bados forward "ine before Peggy champion, in the half-mile event ‘ =e : ‘ = He he land have asked whether this tour of flour, 1,282 bags of cornmeal and
past her just hatre helt time on Wednesday evening. M.C.C had heen accepted necthe Foie i allow v team to tour other general cargo she brought
- ’ b , : . . eou é rice ! ad me season, | Jew rleg :
The interval found both teams f The crowd of 10,000 rose to its West Indies team The Test 4 the South Rtrican season sat et *} aa ae sonsigned — te
*xtremely tired anc 1e Barbados ts ‘ = : as é atche 3 jane a Sy 5 spon “ ¢ ss erheoinll ae ; . .
ext ly tired and the Barbados feet and cheered as Wint and matches in Brisbane and Sydney jesponds with the Australiar . ca Ble FR age ge
team did not look as sure of them- Parlett battled up the straight. So would now be played between 11 . . Me srs. Da Costa & Co., Ltd. while
selves as they did at this period Close were the runners that the a.m. and 5,30 p.m, and in Mel- Th> Boara will inform the New the cornmeal came to Messrs. A.S
the night before, However their Judges could not separate them in bourne = and Adelaide between Zealand authorities that it will be Bryden & Sons ar ae pa
condition proved better than their deciding the winner. Their time, 11.30 a.m. and 6 p.m glad to consider the request if General Traders Ltd. le Pioneer
opponents and in the second half | min., 51.6 sees., is one of the ‘annthine Sete mubsestion was: Zealand will supply further left port yesterday evening for
they were .to get three more goals, fastest ever for the half-mile. that ihe 200 runs daliocrenn rite detai of the proposed shortened Caripito. She is consigned t
It was a most interesting game It was a magnificent race, Par should he. altered to the M.c.c, tour B.U.P Messrs. Robert Thom Ltd.
and the Barbados ladies will have lett led at the start, only to be standard of 150 runs, and this was QPP PDP LODSDDDPPEVI DS SDSDPS SDE GIOSGS SIG GIS >
to keep playing their best if they overtaken by Wint at the begin- ajso accepted by the Board. % ;
hope to win the series One ning of the back straight. Neck It was also agreed that the R G L oO RB KE x
mistake by any member of their and neck the pair ran, quickly pitches be entirely covered during & TO-DAY and TOMORROW 4.45 & 8.15 p.m
a may well cos nem the leaving the fleld behind the West Indies tour. iis will be 1% : . ’
team iH ee the | g th ld behi Ww Indi Thi it $ , 4 , ‘ 19 p %
series so evenly balanced the Parlett, who himself is tall and the first time that a Test pitch] ¥
teams seem to be at this stage of long in leg, appeared to be taking has been completely covered in x SITTING PRETTY %
the series, two strides to Wint’s one, and at Australia, The usual procedure s$ ah s %
the end of the first lap was just in has been to cover both ends of |% CLIFFTON WEBB — MAUREEN O'HARA
Exciting te _ front. Their speed in the fingal lap x AND
The nee 8 first test was evel was astonishing. Parlett, famous ae ‘ % H TRIDERS
ar ee é eeetee ee. for his finishing burst, went past W hat Ss On % T E OU , %
eee at 3 xe eaneen Dee. oo Wint, who, much to the amaze- r 1% J Bas %
Dados put their top seven in the ment and delight of the crowd, Toda 1% JOEL McCREA ARLENE DAHL g
> ors . « 2. ) , ‘
Weer coud. the Trinidad playert put in that little extra effort in the ° Pit 16 House 30 Balcony 40 Box 54 S
have shown that man for man lant hal?’ ward te * als the end a Police Courts and Court of ss vs a aia Ae
the teams are almost on an equal Andel nace ” ae Original Jurisdiction —10.00 ¥ COC CCCCS OCP S OSG SOSS so pA A oer
footing. The Trinidad forward line ~~; me : 4 SOP LOL LESSEE ELSE EFL PES ELSES SOF SSA SEAS
ae eon The great Sydney Wooderson is en ; .
is again their weak link, Had they the ue e a ats me y oes eB. Christian Mission Chancery ig %
had Roddy Bynoe, who they claim MWe only athlete to nays run 4 Suit—10.00 a.m. > %
is in good shooting form along faster half mile in Britain, Mxhibition of Photographs by | 3 e , %
with Rex Eckstein and Dave , The meeting, the City Charity the Barbados Camera Club % \ i a | ¢ exe éW (¢ § () %
Bareant, it would be impossible Athletic contest for the Financial at the Barbados Museum % Ot %
to forecast what the game would Times shield, was the first to be 10.00 a.m. to 6,00 p.m. ‘ |? $
have been like, It is rumoured held in London under full-scale Police Band at St. Peter's 1% x
that Rex may come in for the floodlighting. Almshouse—7.45 p.m. _ “ _ %
second test which takes place to- Another great cheer went up mithivelmae Caner aie et RED CEDAR SHINGLES %
morrow afternoon. He has been when E,. acDonald Bailey won 6.20 p.m % ® %
out of the water for several weeks the 100 yards invitation race after Globe -The Out Riders and Sitting | o * 4 + + t $
now, but Trinidad feels he will leading from the gun. His time sinus ene tere oa a | DOUGLAS FIR SIDING x
definitely strengthen their chances. was 9.8 secs. It was his first ap- 1 Wives —~ 5.00 and 4.39) pom | %
Play so far in the men’s series pearance since he equalled the 100 . Bridgetown — Praekfire and ms ‘ 7 ST 3
has been on the rough side. It metres world record. Sugarfoot 4.30 and 8.40 pom i¢ DOUGLAS FIR Jol S s
seems that these tactics will con- rae _Oistins Danger Woman 1 x
an Canyon %

tinue for the remaining matches,
so evenly balanced are the teams
and so keyed up are the players
The referee has already brought
two players out of the water for
major fouls, In the first test had

W.L Team For
New Zealand

not Smith been taken out the re- WELLINGTON. New Zealand

sult might well _ have been a Eight members of the West
draw. However, it seems that [Indies cricket team which is to
despite that fact that a player out tour *Australia are expected to |
of the water means a certain goai arrive in New

Zealand on the



for the other side, players con- Akaroa on 25th September
tinue to take chances. They will leave two days later,
Over 600 and are expected in Australia on
The games have been well September 30th
followed by water polo fans her \ T he eight travelling on the
Over _ five hundred spectators ‘ karoa are: J, D, Goddard, the

captain, D, Atkinson, S
P, Jones, W
Christiani, J.
Valentine,

J, Stollmeyer and G. Gomez will

Guillen,
Ferguson, R. J.
Trim and A. L

attended the first night and over
six hundred the second, Barbados
too is well represented in the
huge crowds, Besides many
Barbadians resident in Trinidad

join the team later in Australia
well over twenty other Barbadians Other members of the team who
who made the trip especially to will travel to Australia later are
see the games or whose holiday F, M. Worrell, E. D. Weekes, K. T
coincides with the tour, have Ramadhin, C. L. Walcott, A.’ F.
turned up regularly to hail for Rae. R E. Marshall and K. Rick-
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Total Rainfall for Month to

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Highest Temperature: 87.5 °F
Lowest Temperature: 74.5 °F
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bour Officers should be prohibi-
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equired to keep secret even af-
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Bill Unnecessary

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erned, the necessity for a lot of
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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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ESTABLISHED EL ABLISEED 106 7.



RUSSIA FEARS R

Soviets Drive To
End Re-armament

» By W. GRIGG
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 belief
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
these recent developments:—

Firstly the renewed appeal by
the Soviet controlled East German
Government last Saturday for All-
German elections, restoration of a
unified Germany, a German peace
treaty and the withdrawal of all
occupation troops.

Secondly, the article published
last week by East German Com-
munist Press chief Albert Norden
calling for “concessions by both
sides” and proposing free elections
under a secrecy guarantee through-
out Germany.

Cc slombia’ s First
Elected Congress

In Two Years

BOGOTA, Sept.

Officials said Colombia's
elected Congress in two years
will convene October 12, with 51
House seats and 22 Senate seats
vacant. No candidate polled suffi-
cient votes for vacant -seats in
last Sunday’s election which was

18.
first

Thirdly, an open declaration of] boycotted ‘by the Liberal party.
war on West German, re-armament
by the East German Government] Conservatives won all other
during the “peace rally” in Berlin seats—40 in the Senate and 71
in August coupled with the eall toJin the House — according , to
West German Communists to use| 2¢2rly complete official returns.

Colombia has been without an
elected Congress since the pre-
dominantly Liberal Legislature
was dissolved in 1949.

strikes, sabotage and other plans
to wreck Big Three re-armament
plans for Germany.



Fourthly, the recent threat} Yjiberals abstained from Sun-
that ‘any Western Germans sup-|qay’s election in protest against
porting European Army be con-|the retaining of the martial law
midered “war criminals.” decree over the past two years.

Fifthly, the recent Soviet note atl,
to France warning her of the con ‘
sequences of carrying through the
European Army plan and the +
Schuman plan for the Western W.I. Students

Europe coal-steel pool.
Sixthly,

Collect £548 For

the clamping down of

the Soviet “hunger blockade” on . .
West Berlin’s food supplies twe J ca Relief Fund
weeks ago.

reneweq Soviet campaign LONDON, Sept, 18.

The Jamaican Hurricane Re-
lief Fund has now received £548
t hkowHeat URditties "Th {=
London during the showing of
the film depicting the damage
done by the recent hurricane.
Over £75,000 thad been col-
lected up to this afternoon for
the relief fund.

This is in addition to some
£25,000 already forwarded to the
Jamaica Government by business
firms and private individuals in
this country.

Total made up of £51,250
than they had thought and after) collected by Barclays Bank,

74 abortive sessions, the con- 0,000 by the West India Com-

ference broke down without even(| nfitteeé, and £2,600 by other
agreeing on an agenda.—U.P. banks receiving donations.

24-Hour General
Strike In Italy

ROME, Sept. 18.
Italian Government business will cease for 24 hours at mid-
night tonight when 1,500,000 state workers quit jobs in a
nationwide strike to support the demand for higher wages.
Trains scheduled to leave at the time of the strike will not
leave the stations while trains already running stop at mid-
night sharp at the nearest important station.
| . Post Office, telephone and tele-
graph workers will continue oper-
ation on skeleton staffs while other
state servants including street
sweepers, garbage collectors and
|tax offices will remain closed

tollowed a let up of several months
in Moscow’s . efforts to block}
Western, (iit appadéntiv ¥earinz
that the arming of Western Ger-
many was imminent Soviets
climaxed a month’s long campaign
of threats by calling for a Big Four
Four Ministers conference to dis-
cuss the questions.

But by the time Foreign
Ministers Deputies met in Paris
on March 5, the Russians ap-
peared to have decided that as
a result of Allieq differences,

| the danger was farther away

|
| The
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TO-DAY’S WEATHER
CHART

Sunrise: 5:50 a.m. | throughout Wednesday.

Sunset: 6.02 p.m. | Despite a last minute appeal by

Moon: Full acting Premier Attilio Piccionio,

Lighting: 6.00 p.m. | Italy’s three big Labour Unions,
i tw att i .

Full Tide: 6.10 a.m, 5.57 p.m | two non-Communist and one en

| tirely Communist controlled have
‘issued word that the strike is to
be staged,—U.P.

Low Tide: 11.38 a.m.

_

Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund

THE FUND goes forward by leaps and bounds, as another $300 found
its way into it. This was spearheaded by a donation of $240 by Planta-
tions Ltd., a fine example to those big businesses which have not yet
sent in their gift.

Every cent is urgently needed, and small or great donations are wel-
come at either of the Banks or at the office of this newspaper.

HAVE YOU HELPED?

The opportunity calls to you again to-day.





Hurry and answer the




call. The Jamaicans are suffering—sufferings that increase as time passes.
Bring in your assistance to-day.
Amt. prev. ack. $10,399.35
Advoeate Co, Ltd
Staff T. R. E. 27 19.00
Cyril Cox 1.¢
IR. M. C 5
Fred Smith 2
The Barbados Ci
’ Service Associa-
tien 48
| A Sympathiser
George Sandiford
| Lees eee. e
Smith 5
M. R. E 2.00
C..9; wv 2.00
Tallulah & keke 1.00
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Mr. & Mrs. H. Blair
Bannister 10.00
3.8: ¥ 25 00
u & &F Gowd 10 0
Royal Bank of Canada
r & Mrs
Harold Ir 1
Plantat 240)
y. 3 i
10,79)



The donatiog appearing in yesterday’ $ newspaper as Barbados Co-op
Cotton Factory Ltd., should have read “Staff of B’dos Co-op. Cotton Fac-

tory” $5

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WEDNES SEPTEMBER 1951



from All Quarters:



Man Survives
5 Bullet Wounds:
A Cracked Skull

A NEGRO who survived five
bullet wounds and a battered skull
testified Tuesday he was offered
$2,100 to say he did not recognize
two Laundry Union organizers as
his attackers.

j
i

Holton Newbold’s testimony
came in the trial of Dave Kam-
inski, alias Kaye, and Isaac, both
formerly of Detroit. They are
charged with shooting Newbold
and leaving him for dead along

a canal here last February 28
Newbold was working
Kaye and Isaac last winter in try-
ing to organize laundry employees

here.

with































ber=-
;: ‘ of the Schedule to the Principal a
_ Missing — A Royal Dutch Air- Act : : ate OF ee FL port °\4
lines D.C. 3 passenger plane with The amendment to the night ; boop onpel B gece ang” Sieey |
six passengers and four crewmen iz ee A ‘ . UMAN WARNS US. admission | om
“ ' ork of Women’s Conventions \ ; +o the 12-nat Nou Atlantic / an
was reported missing on a_ flight rovides a more flexible def ( =o Woday but ~y
from Rio de Janeiro to Sao Paulo. tein foe “ntl SFE. ORES. ORNS NEW YORK, Sept. 18 Alliance was Latest details were not known ee “a er at 50 Bs to allow Tor Truman said to-day that a few | Denmark bli eke yuick decisic
but it is understood that a search ; ill “ “ito, the be poe * hich Americans “often posing as! wa american
is being conducted for the missing : © preverable from the poimt! superpatriots” —have taken ad-} q » confident
plane. { view of the workers and at the vantage of “confusion and fear bers were _con ta “A
Recovered—Sir Stafford Cripps, fame time will be consistent with] for partisan purposes.” portant, issue ‘Ww a amen
former British Chancellor of the the terms of the Convention, “Let us beware of “impostures, when the move to noe foe
Sxcheguers Has mapas: & Hao) Dr. #. G.C uw pretended patriotism which Western Alliance is rev (
satisfactory” recovery from the Dr i ummins moved the Washington warned us against in | decision. —s
tubercular bone disease which rage reading of the Bill and his farewell address,” the Presi- Unanimous action is required. A
forced him to resign from the Mr. PF. L Walcott seconded. dent said in a letter to Arthur J./ request for pomiponenirer was
Cabinet, doctors said i Mr, W. A. Crawford expressed Freund Chaitman of th e}made by the Danish Foreign Min-
The physician Dr Dagmar he view that the amendment did Criminal Law section of the Am- ister Kraft.
Liechti, said tests now showed no not go far enough, He wanted to erican Bar Association sa
trace of the malady. know why no provision was made The letter was read at a panel He asked for time to sone:
Lost — One General — French or the protection of pregnant ch Stenvethian ¢| with Copenhagen. Action might be
enc pregnié discussion on the “protection © 9. cil to-
General Jean De Lattre De Tas- women individual rights and Govern- | taken by the 12-nation Coun ;
signy, expert at finding and whip- While the Bill sought to regulate) ment security in times of stress’ ;day if Kraft’s eer we
ping Soemeunnee Se. a ie work for young persons andl at the Association's annual meet- | immediately forthcoming. -.
oO ndochina, got lost in the Pen-~+ women in industry, the particular] ing here. ; _
agen beet Vacate convention dealing with — this “The great peril of Soviet ag- i
e was rescuec owever é matter also went a little further] gre hick confronts the if S
i . rai entag . Hiession which conte 4 »
U.S. officer trained ip Pe aD aba een. and suggested maternity protee-]| U.S, makes it necessary thai we k opes Stirre or
aaa antic i Eo peedliy tint MR. LENNOX BOYD (left) accompanied by Mr. Dennjs Vaughan dusttien, fe nen, mployed in 4n-| continuously aaa rect. E ic P ASS
yas carrie f ; é . ’ strie amaics » ins “@ al sec ng as act- > :
De Tassigny arrived at his des-| Governor's A.D.C., visited ooth Houses of Legislature yesterday. in deat, sans eae for a. ao eo areata aaa cononikk rogre
. ad ; 7 cnseeciisionineatil nna allies did enish pichenanse ~aany 4ikennciicidion val, w ey were introduc-|ed agains eason, es age ¢
tination only 10 minutes late. e ing @ similar o a fay op hey 7 :
’ § ar Bill, they inéluded]| subversion to make sure that they I a -America
War Preventive—-Queen Juliana provision to afford maternity/are entirely adequate for the In tin °
of the Netherlands expressed cqn- tJ e protection to women. critical times in which we live, By HARRY W. ®©RANTZ
Ce at ‘common western te 7 { Truman said
quae weed preyent a “new 1es ig ul In June this year I gave notice] He added: “Unfortunately the WASHINGTON, Sept. 18.
world catastrophe” 4s she opened ne ane to ae oe aee very crisis which reqs that Meetings of the Boards of the
y geese of arlig » . ith principles under which the} we take action to protect our ‘ . ‘ star
the new session of Parliament. a ae a nut @ TInternational Bank and Monetary
In the traditional Speech from the q ss % onvention itself can operate. This] security generates fear and sus- Fund last week stirred hopes for
Throne the Queen said that cise u Or n e Ss Address reads picion.” ; accelerated progress in the eco-
international co-operation was @ On Page 3 “A full Co = — nomic development of Western
canals free 1 aemil s " ba ate . é ylace only in an atmosphere o . Sanh rie.
peels +4 the Herald Tribyne EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, sept. 1s. fr edom an atmosphere in ee . nee nition and
, : * + r 4 . “ “oon res ; rec t
commends the efforts of Atlantic U.S. and South Korean troops dug out diehard Reds with e ° ve which a new, different or even stave aed Letin ian abt bet
Alliance countries at the Ottawa) flame throwers and bayonéts in a new assault on the Commu- Britain Gives unpopular idea, does not render) fon it the meeting implied
Conference whereat they are “lay- ist “Li siegfri ” in eas the motives and patriotism of! its yee va Cea .
ing plans for greater armies and nist “little Siegfried line”, in eastern Korea. i proponent suspect. as would bel respect for the growing economic
a__ better community, where} Elements, of fur Shae iti “pia tes divi visions and the South Jamaica £Am. the case in a totalitarian cown-| strength in coping with We \4alhthee
rie ie od) eee ofr at dawn In renewal of thei Ti oe
rel ® 7" YE I oy 5 2 @ we)
polio victim Ascher Novak arriv-| __ Per ation killer along the cast, ce nen ans easte rm anes (From Our Own Correspondent) Pas Bi ml F U.S. Officials and many Lat n
ed at Idlewild Airport on Tuesday n every defile along every cres S H . Americans were highly pleased by
by plane from Israel for treat- 66 and in every wooded area U.S hee haya Jca., Sept. 18. ouse } 5 or, the elections of Horacio Lafer of
ment to restore the use of his left St “ft ‘ | troops and their Allies found fan 1e nited Kingdom Govern- $5 A * Brazil as Chairman of the Gov-
leg which was stricken three years ruc ura atic North Korean and Chinese} â„¢ent subject to Parliame ntary 5,664,301, 178 srnors of the World Bank, and
re ay n anes ae eye . Cha sb °S entrenched ~ log coveréd dirt f peoets al ae, ee to provide a WASHINGTON, Sept. 18, Eugenio Gudin as Chairman ot the
Ascher Novak was accompaniec ves and blockhouses issistance to Jamaica up t The House passed Tuesday and] Board of the International Mone-
Y ne —— Missus Hadaisah nges’ cen: Tee ae ee ierial bomt =e ert of ieee’ tO-lsent to» the White House a) tary Fund ,
Novak en route ind tank fire blasted blockhouses os Costs of repairs, rehousing} ¢5 364,301,178 military construc- The unanimous decision of the
7 FREE PAPER.—A Fifth Averwue/ In Kine’ 7S Lun ¥ ) rubble. Then infantry movea] #4 restoration of agricultural] tign Bill that includes plans for a| two organizations to meet in
department store of New York 1 with flame throwers, bayonets | Production. Of this sum £3,100,-| jing of air bases within bombing] Mexico City in September 1952
“Arnold Constable” Otered on | LONDON, ‘en | and grenades. \ 000 will be available as a grantl range of Russia and fighter bases! also emphasized the trend toward
ruesaay to gend. a box oh eels A medical bullet Fred i Hills Taken end £ 1,500,000 's an interest free] near most of the big U.S., indus-] recognition of Latin America
ery free to any serviceman in}, m ca on etin sUeC by tT NW Yaenel Saemet Shi eee a loan. These amounts are in addi- trial centres U.P.
Korea whose relative will visit the] Buc eee Palace on Tuesday tegic hill be ee oe : a Won to the quarter of a million] The House which previously had
store and supply his name and{/8ht says a series of examina-) “> , advances up i ) ounds granted f tate hed ee : . ed |
Seated See Stare announced inj Uons has hown tructurai | = imilar attacks on Mon aa e purpose ote afte Soe hes Se core eae area a a ”
full page advertisements this offer changes” in one of King George’ 51 tive lhe Communist launched} ricane on August 17 ly eed md! mcg . selmniee! The “ADVOCATE
Se net. oi s 126 g versary | /Ungs ve yunter attacks during the The ae : omirmation to 1 compromise
Sdidbrstion iat lath ia lahiag The bulletin was signed by nine iF ight but failed to dent the Allied Kingste nyenereay t yotes the Gratton Gy Retate and House pays for NEWS
OSIGHES ‘ : , | aBvory yesterday follower 1¢) conferers, The Senate already had|
se bad , he Gill ‘canbiited fod bat 4 return to the island on Saturday fooreved it Dial 3113
1e King, who never fully -re- cap - ay ©\ of the Hon, Robert Newt ‘inan-)° inds . » projects
, oe covered from an attack of influenza | U.S. Marines after a bloody hand- ci il Saavekasy, aS tia uae ee ee ae Pe eae: Day or Night
Bis re, é i t a Ge roar 9 Nm) w ave to be voted separately.
Attlee Visits suffered last May, returned trom| to-he ae battle lasting two hours 40} don shortly after the devastating ¥ es ; :
Scotland ahead of schedule last minu eae ae : a hurricane hit Jamaica, open para ae
: e Saturday to undergo special treat- The Marines bested North Ko-
] he ki . ment for his lung ailment rean Reds with bayonets, grenade The money will be used subject x e r
Tuesday’s medical report said the] ane rifle butts to the approval of the U.K. Gov- ’
° ° King had hee n advised to remain Communists on a nearby height] ernment to carry out the proposals am al n Ss n
May Ask For Nissolution in London for “further treatment”,! Ted machinegun and mortar tire) drawn up by the Jamaica Govern-
; on the Marines for the rest of the] ment for restoration of the pro-
. Experienced doctors, when askedj day, but the Americans held on t ictive apacit of the islar | “ 2 as
Ww é . a mu ? é 5 m oO uctive capacity ie § iC
LONDON, Sept. a poe ‘structural changes” of the|the crest of the hill north of} Half a million pounds will be made vet ussia I nh
Prime Minister Clement Attlee} lung might mean, were unanimou Punch Bawl” above Inje available to the banana industr
, a ene fe aes y
made arrangements to sce King] in ating that the phrase could There also was stiff fighting} and it is intended to use a further
George today and the visit raised} cover a number of things, including] north of the “Bloody Ridge” on the} £ 1,000,000 towards ‘teatobing agri-| e ®
immediate speculation whether|the virus of pneumonia, tubercu-|east central front cultural production, pafticularly k ustria
Attlee would ask the King to dis-]Josis, abscess, cancer, a fibrou The Communists counterattacked] local food crops, and £ 2,600,000
solve Parliament so that he could] patch in the lung. But many were|but were thrown back. A second] will be used towards restoring
call a new general election. are diately discounted ch as| counterattack later in the day also] homes, while £500,000 will go te | VIENNA, Sept. 18
There was no certainty he would| tuberculosis and cancer ince] was repulsed wards the cost of restoring gov rn meee Gr ) a ata ae wis ret the Soviet
do so. The Prime Minister regularly | tT atment would most likely keep Near the east coast, however,| ernment buildings and bridges, and rhe Western Powers re eT Cae Zz Ss sat d the
sees the King and he could be ex-] the King in bed U.N. forces failed on Monday for] another £800,000 will go as a Union to sign the long de ayed Austrian state treaty and the
scted to take advantage of the : . the second straight day to take! grant towards repairing the dam- Austrian Government itself may take the whole issue before
pe B Queen Elizabeth, who has re ;
Monarch’s present visit to London is a ah wt . pe " “Itwo strategic hills west of Kan-| aged University College of the the United Nations
; : ain Scotl anc 4S CX-} cay 27 mi shove » 42 fab fs be . : ;
from his extended mene vane pected to complete the planned aoe Bi me bove the 38th] West Indies But no one expects the Russians to agree to complete the
ion to discuss ea 1irs oO er month at Balmoral, switched her +s After consultation with the treaty in the near future.
But persistent election er plans on Tuesday night and left Executive Committee London, United States sources said the â„¢
lent extra drama to Attlee’s audi-) Aberdeen by plane with Princess ‘ Jamaica’s Governor Sir Hugh| three Western powers soon will . we
ence today and large crowds were | Flizabeth and the Duke of Edin- Russia Can A-Bomb Foot sent the following reply to for another meeting of th Gross Identifies
gathering oe No eee burgh to join the King at Buck he Secretary of State for the) Deputy Foreign Ministers grouo
Street for a glimpse of the Prime} jngham Palace.—U.P. 20 oO 30 U S Ci tag | Colonies “We gratefully accept h already | diseug : P li
- ; wie = ) ‘ Ave é A i ar ‘ iscussed the . sy
Minister. ; * Ee +. Cities h yenerous assistance towards|; coty in more thon 250 sess ohicemen
Political observers were virtually | — — taff eased psu ae yar a y tn shone Oy n aap se aes :
unanimous in agreeing that Attlee —Senator McMahon Ye are sure that we speak for anes ah a a eres five Acconiplices
will make a statement in the next}11 DEAD IN SHELL OIL everyone in Jamaica when we| Snunue relusa 5 Oe, still 3 é ;
ten days about the election one a WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 ay that we shall never forget) ™'D°r 3! icles of the treaty sti ‘i NEW YORK, Sept. 138.
way or another, REFINERY FIRE Senator Brien MeMahor:,| },; eadily and how generously| © pute, Russians prébably will at- Bookmaker Harry Gross dra-
The Labour party holds its an- Democrat, Chairman of the Joint),; 14 Government came to our| t¢™pt again to make the signature | matically identified in court today
nual convention in two weeks and ILLINOIS, Sept. 18. |Congressional Atomic Energy] .i4 oi the Austrian treaty dependent each of the 18 policemen charged
election excitement has _ risen. the death toll of the explosion|Committee aid Tuesday that In the meantime the Govern the solution of the Trieste} with splitting $1,000,000 in fees to
Attlee can scarcely repeat his past|“"¢ fire which rocked the Shell Russia has the “capability ofl; Hurricane Relief fund is, Problem protect his $20,000,000 yearly gam
statements that he will disclose the| ©! refinery here rose to eleverjattacking 20 or 80 of our cities]... approaching the quarter In that case Western powers may | bling empire
next election date when the “time when seven men died of injuries} with atomic bombs million mark and is being used|©'Ter some kind of resolution to Gross, 35-year-old boy wonder
is right.” +n hospitals. He also said in a Senate speech] yoy immediate relief jthe Deputy Foreign Ministers’]of bookmaking, took the stand as
"4 a al , that the “sky is the limit” on the| c Council. Soviets have claimed] the State’s star witness he mass
If he does not choose to chal- 7 re si . : yi State's ‘ itn bn the me
lenge Winston Churchill's Bet, r _ erage were killed outright{number and variety of atomic Relief centre are gradually | until now that Western powers are| conspiracy trial of suspended or
ae ha iach, aaa eed 7 {in the blast, Twenty-eight others}weapons which the U.S. can| being smpty upon arrival of tents] blocking signature of the treaty. retired policemen
Ocak aciaae oo rank and] were injured and seven of them produce, If ik Sngisnd The Western resolution would be The Assistant District Attorney
If the Siin Mintate ico ii died early today mostly of burns He said all-out U.S., production | Food tickets will be distributed] eo worded that Russians would] Julius Helfand asked him to stey
the K ‘ine t tis ah 2 ih sia. received in the fire of atomic weapons is the cheapest, to poor persons until the month] either have to approve the treaty |from the stand and identify by
ae ne oe e. S - Hs _ ~ ia : ee ag: bv body of em most effective to deter ) i meen yernmen Ww ousmal as it now stands or admit publicly name the patroimen who wees
. IOwer iy ane nan was byried in thejSoviet aggressior eentrate mainly on rehous ‘ey do not want to give Austria a] charged with aiding and protect-
the P next few days. —v.- r. wreckage.—U .P. —U.P. ‘und crop rehabilitation. me ing his gambling syndicate in re-
i poe nine — set ‘fe ; ; sifts and cash ,
No Separate Treaty turn for gifts ar ¢
W, Foreign Minister Karl Gruber At the prosecutor’s quiréction
WU. N. iM Guarantee nee Of Kaesong iso has been thinking for months Gross circled back of the jufty box,
of asking the United Nations Gen~|haiting squarely in front of the
TOKYO, Sept. 18, mand at least temporarily ‘ “ the pre umably meant that a formal] ‘ il Assembly hn approve ane three rows of solemn defendants
United Nations Command xeneral Kim North |; zed that UD Idic yritten protest would be deli on demanding tha ne 8)Then left to right he called each
man is Il Sung, Nor ‘ 2 hi N I \_|F finish the treaty and with- |} one
re. : core: "re or 1 me 4e='the 7 tral zone the icinit igains he newest alleged neutral- Ur nnhish Wie wWealy & ao oy Name
offered _to put guarantees on => ae Premier and Commander-' eutrai zon ae viene ag inst tt @ newest alleged né y their troops from Austria Ve used for the most part fami-
Kaesong’s neutrality into writing ,!"-Chief and General Peng Teh Pan Mun Jom ity violation ”
aes Ss Mm abty Huai Cc a . 4 7 ° s ‘ At present there are estimated | jjar diminutives such as “Bill” an®
if Communists resume armistice | *4@}. ommander of Chinese Reds asked that liaison But it could be a reply to). : “a arnt oe : :
talks. The offer made in a state-,COMmunist forces in Korea pre-| officers meet their li officers Ridgway’s offer to resume cease-| 45,000 Red Army and 22,000 We “Nat As he called each name
ment from General Ridgway’s,5Umably were studying Ridgway's Pan Mun Jom or nesday. fire talks under new guarantees] €rn troops stationed here although |the defendant arose and stood fon
Supreme Headquarters as pros-|!atest offer to resume suspended The Red radio message did not\of neutrality Austria ha population of only a moment grim-faced and staring
pects seemed to be brightening, | °®@Se-fire talk SS . jsay why Pan Mun Jom meeting fe 2 : ‘UU ND Ati eve waver Gh4 weer . ree to the defendant
for renewal of the truce New Violation , desired We are not clear The only certain thing was that Vestern powers have never er When ne cam :
| conference Communists charged the United|as to what subject be dis-|the new allegation of neutrality] tertained the suggestion that they|with the highest rank, _ retired
Radios Peking and Pyongyang,! Nation new violation of the| cussed at this meeting iolation coming on top of] sign a separate treaty with Austria | Inspector John -E. Flynn~ (46)
ta fan ls a eo ee oo ae , : . ¢ } just been done with Japan seated in the second row, he
mouthpieces of the Communist)Kaesong neutral zone tonight in-,U.N., ceasefire team at 1s Ridgway's message did no ! typ al Ss k Id immediately ieparted from the first - name
se and the lor forenr i of acceptir Ridgv P hase {fr nouncing the er 2< 1 hopefu gury for an early re+) because that would immediate te te om st - name
licere ment , ered a 7 oe aa to racine Coa oe 3 hi nes in “ oe : : mrt a r at ise-fire talk | ciuse the nation to be split as Ger-|teehnique, calling out “Tnspecto
att TTrnit fe tee 8 ‘ oe 2 ; > —UP ready UP. Flynn” .—vU.P.
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esterday passed a Bill to amend THE seventh session of the NATO Council neeet
the Employment of Women, Young es reporte
‘Persons and Children Act, 1938. its end on Tuesday co ne ead i - h 1
The Pill seeks to amend this! that work on the final conference communique hac

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the early afternoon.

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the night
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It extends the definition of “
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ference in 1948 for the 1919 Con-
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PAGE TWO



ASSENGER to St

the -Fort Amherst yesterday
was Mr..A. deK. Frampton, Agri-
cultural Adviser to the Comptrol-
ler for Development and Welfare
in the West Indies

Vincent ir

Mr. Frampton is to take the
chair at a meeting of the St
Vincent Land Settlement Board,
and will visit the Leeward Land
Settlement Estates, which were
established with the aid of a

Colonial Development and We'fare
grant.

While in St. Vincent Mr. Framp-
ton will-take the opportunity of
visiting some of the other Coloniai
Development and Welfare schemes
in the vicinity, including the centre
carrying out investigations into
the Black Fish (Pilot Whale) in-
dustry on-the Leeward Coast, and,
if time permits, the Snagg Land
Settlement Estate on Cannan
Island in the Grenadines

Professor Of Botany
R. R. E. D. BAKER, Professor
of Botany at the Imperial

College of Tropical Agricultur
reed, returned to Trinidad,
cn Monday evening in the S.S.
Gelfiteo which called here earlier
tn the morning from England

Mr. Baker was on leave which
he spent in the U.K

To Join Her Husband
RS. J. G. SEALE, her thre<
children Geremy, Juliette

and Gregory well as her mothe
Mrs. Daisy Barnes of Navy G-r-
dens left in the S.S. Golfito
Monday evening for Trinidad
reside.

Mrs. Seale has now gone to join
her husband who is working with
Stuart Bros., a Canadian Com-
pany.

Off To The U.S.A.
FF to toston in the R.M.S
Lady Nelson on
night were Mr. E. M. Shilstone
tae firm of Messrs. Cottle, Catforc
& Co., Solicitors and Mrs.
stone. They have gone



on
to




U.S.A. for a holiday.
Attending School In
Canada
ISS TONI BROWNE, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Browne of “St. Levans”, Hastings,

left-for Canada on Monday night
by the R.M.S. Lady Nelson to at-
tend the Trafalgar
School in Montreal.
pects to be in Canada for
three months.

To Live In Canada

RS. S. H. EVELYN of Pinfold

Street, left the island on
Saturday morning by T.C.A, for
Canada. She has now gone to
join her husband who is residing
in Otta,.a.
_ Mrs. Evelyn was
by her three children,
Sydney and Bernadette.

about

Joan Ann,



AMERICAN COLUMN

NEW YORK

The invitation General Doug-
las MacArtur expected to the
Japanese treaty conference from
the Allies never arrived.

He sat in his New York office.

The nearest he could get to the
conference was through TV.
On the screen he could see Mr.
Truman at San Francisco and
hear the President’s tribute to
the “outstanding leadership” in
Japan of General MacArthur anc
his successor, General Matthew
Ridgway.

Five-star generals do not retire.
The U.S. Army furnished Gener-
al MacArthur with an office and
eight aides. The office bookcase
is jammed with volumes on
Japan and the Orient.

OILCLOTH MAN

PETROL-CLOTHES covered
Dr. Gustave Egloff from neck to
ankles ft the American Chemi

cal Society's meeting. His suit,
shirt, .tie and other clothing
are all made of synthetic
fibres derived from petroleum

The chemist walked to the meet-
ing instead of taking a_ petrol-

driven vehicle.
HOLIDAY FOR SALES
CUSTOMERS who just will

not buy new cars are going to be
the death of salesmen.

In St. Louis, Missouri, the
N as h- Missouri Corporation
throws in a £100 TV set with
every saloon

And. a Pittsburg = salesman
promised a fortnight’s holiday at
Atlantic City (America’s Black-
pool) to each purchaser of a
second-hand lorry. He did not
make a sale.

VOICE OF FREEDOM

A CAMPAIGN to raise £1,250,-
000 for Radio Free Europe-—tne
station that infuriates the rulers

behind the Iron Curtain—began re-
cently. General Eisenhower spoke
on the radio from Paris to start it
off. Head of the campaign is
General Lucius Clay, former
United States military chief in
Germany.
WANTED—A GUARANTEE
PERSIA’S oil crisis gives a push
to an American idea of making
petro] from coal. They know how
to. do it, but it has always been
too expensive
Now the Ney York banking m
of F. Eberstadt offers to raise £133



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Mrs. MASON-CABY
Barbadian Visits Home

«TER paying a short but de-
lighttul visit to the homeland,
Mrs. Iris Mason-Caby ielt tarba-
dos on Sunday to return to New
York, where she has lived ever
since 1Â¥ii. During tnis time how-
ever, she has paid fleeting visits
here, and was last in Barbados in
1944
Mrs.
much
prog

Mason-Caby
impressed by the note oi
which she noticed on
Chief among the im-
provements she listed the work of
the Labour Party in the House ot
Assembly, and the advance in
Sociai Welfare work in Barbados.

She had a special word of praise
for Mr. John Beckles’ Children’s
Goodwill League and Créche and
has promised him a station wag-

was very



* gon for use in connection with the
Monday g :

of

work of the Baby Créche. This
gift, she explained to Carib, was
in memory of her sister Mrs Weir,
who died here some years ago.
She thoroughly enjoyed a holi-

day at Bathsheba, and expressed
herself very much in favour of
the building of the East Coast
Road.

Her son, Vivian DaCosta Mason
an old Combermerian, is now a
District Attorney in Washington.

Back To Trinidad
RS. MICHAEL LAING whose
husband is Assistant Manager,
Trinidad, returned to
Monday evening in
and Fyffes S.S. Golfito
after spending a holiday here. She
was accompanied by her three
children.
Saw Son Graduate
RS. M. MASSIAH of
of-Spain, Trinidad
up to the U.K.
graduation of

Trinidad on
the Elders




Port-
who
to witness
her son Dr

went
the

S.S. Golfito
England.

on Monday from

MacA Gets A View

million to build a plant and start
production, They ask only one
thing—a guarantee from the Gov-
ernment to buy the petrol-from-
coal at a fixed price until 1962.
The Government is thinking

heavily
MEDICAL
SEVENTEEN of 47 doctors re-
porting for military duty at First
Army headquarters failed to pass
physical examinations,

IN THE SWIM

TONGAY CHILDREN —
Bubba five, and his sister Kathy,
four, are going to make money out
of not being allowed to swim the
Channel. Hollywood reports the)
have been hired to appear in a filn
sterring swimmer Esther Williams.

EIGHT-INCH MARIE
MARIE PAYNE, two, fell into
an e@ight-inch-wide well in the
garden of her home at Newberg,
Oregon, She was trapped 12 feet
down with water up to her
shoulders, It took four hours’
digging to get Marie out — wet,
cold, but safe.
DOWN AT THE LUCAL
THE STAG'S HEAD, a, water-
front tavern at Madison (pop.
1,500), Connecticut, is the refuge
of Sheldon Tolles during a storm.
His wife, blonde ex-nurse _Eliza-

THE





Had Pleasant Memories

M* Cc. A. O. PHILLIPS until)

recently a nominated mem-
ber of the Legislative Council in
Grenada and a promirent plant-|
er of that colony, arrived here on|
Sunday morning in the Lady
Nelson and left on Monday night |
for
He was accompanied
and children.

His eldest son Douglas,
merly of the Imperial College of
Tropical Agiciculture, Trinidad
and now doing his second year at
McGill University doing Agri-
culture is also returning
Canada with the family. He was |
spending a holiday with them in
Grenada.

An Old Harrisonian,
lips had been comimg
kadcs frequently since he was}
residing in Grenada. He told}
Carib that he had always looked |
forward to his visits here. He
had seen most of the intercolo-|
nial cricket played at Kensington
and always had very pleasant
memories of the island,

Now that he is leaving the
West Indies, he will surely miss
seeing the boys in action at the
Oval.

Medico For Antigua

H. D. WEATHERHEAD

Mr.
to

Phil-
Bar-

Canada where he will reside. |
by his wife)

for-|



Financial

M*! E. S. S. BURROWES newly
appointed Financial Secre-

tary and Mrs. Burrowes are now
back in Barbados after spending
a month's holiday in British
Guiana.

Mr. Burrowes expects to take up
his new duties from October 1,
Trinidad Typist
ETURNING to Trinidad on
} Monday evening by B.W.LA.}
| w as Miss Erma Gilbert, typist at

}
;
'
|
|
|

Piarco. She spent three wee ks’ |
holiday here staying at “Accra,
Rockley

| Brought Son To School
R. JULIO MOLINA, Vene-!
M zuelan Consul in British)
Guiana who had come over to put}
his son Rudolph into school “i

the Lodge, left over the week
end by air for Caracas on a short ,

| visit. He will be returning to}
Barbados before going back to}
British Guiana. |
While here Mr. Molina was}

staying at “Accra”, Rockley.
After Five Months
R. AND MRS. P. D. McDER- |
MOTT and their daughter!
Miss E. A. McDermott, returned
to Barbados on Monday morning
in the S.S. Golfito from England

where they had been on five
months’ holiday. }

Mr. McDermott is _ resident
partner of the firm of Fitz Pat-
rick Graham & Co., Chartered
Accountants.




ADVOCATE

R.
M who is still on leave prior To Take Up Appointment | |

to retirement from his duties as
Director of Medical Services in
North Borneo, left for Antigua on
Monday night in the R.M.S. Lady
Nelson. He has gone to take up
a contract appointment as Senior
Medical Officer. ._
Back To St. Lucia

OL. ERIC JAMES, Superin-

Atendent of Police St. Lucia,
returned to St. Lucia on Monday
night in the R.M.S. Lady Nelson
after spending a few days here
staying at the Hastings Hotel.
He was accompanied by his wife
and daughter who came in on
Monday morning in the SS.
Golfito from England where they
had been on holiday.

L.A.V. Hostess

FTER spending eight
holiday in Barbados, Miss
Aimee Baena, hostess of L. A. V.
in Port-of-Spain, returned to
Trinidad on Monday evening by
B.W.L.A. She was staying at
ecra”, Rockley.

Back From U.K. Holiday

_ an absence of three
months in the United King-
dom and Montreal, Dr. and Mrs.
H. L. Massiah returned on Monday
morning by the S.S. Golfito.

Dr. Massiah told Carib that he
had a very interesting holiday ana
enjoyed a very smooth trip back
to Barkados.

Spent Four Months

RS. L. E. SHIELDS of “Roze-

wie”, Upper Bay Street who
had been residing in Barbados for
the past ten years, paid a four-

days’

accompanied Val Massiah was intransit in the month holiday visit to England

and returned by the S.S. Golfito On
Monday morning.



beth Toles, is suing for divorce.

Her complaint: Though Tolles is
a millionaire (he inherited an oi:
fortune), hé- wants her to give up
their £14,000 mansion on Long
Island Sound, go to Florida, ana
become a shrimp-fisher with him
at five dollars a day.

She further complains he is
making the Stag’s Head his hom
instead of the mansion,

THE RED STAR
THE INVESTIGATLON of Com-
munism in Hollywood by the Un-
American Activities Commitee 0:
Congress is being postponea be-
cause there is too mucn distrac-
tion in near-by San Francisco, No

CV cameras would be available
for Hollywood, They are all try-
ing to focus on Gromyko.

AIR LIFT

A HOIST capable of lifting six
tons will be attached to a new
model Dakota aircraft. It wilh
take in cargo from the rear whik

the plane is being unloaded from |

the nose.
ON THE HOUSE

THE MAN walked into a bar a.
Louisville, Kentucky, and said he
was a Government agent check-
ing on adulterated whisky. ‘Pour
me two from that bottle,” he tola
the barman.

He sniffed each drink carefully
then drank up. “I'll be back t
check the others,” he said. It took
the barman*%a long time to realis
someone had had two on_ th
house,



Rupert and the Sorcerer —26



Rupert finds that night the
island remains so warm that & has
no need to find shelter. Curling up
in some soft long grass he sleeps
soundly until daybreak, The songs
of strange birds awaken fim, and
moving away among the trees he
at once meets a large parrot which

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grunt makes him turn, and there,
frowning at him, stands a tall black
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ae oe from England by the
S.S. Golfite on Monday
morning were Rev. and Mrs. G. L.
Frost. Rev. Frost has come to
take up an appointment as Super-
intendent Minister of the Ebenezer
Methodist Church in St. Philip.
Before coming to Barbados, he
was with the Methodist Church in
India and in Gambia, West Africa.

Paid Visit Home

R. S. McCUNE, a missionary

of Belfast, Ireland, is now
back in Barbados after paying a
holiday visit to his home, He ar-
rived on Monday morning by the
Golfito and is staying at the Hotel
Royal,





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| PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 19, 1951
11.15 a.m. Programme Parade, 11.25
am. Listeners’ Choice, 11.45 a.m. State-
ment of Account, 12.00 (noon) The News
12.10 p.m. News Analysis























4.00 — 6 19.76 M
4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. Inter-
lude, 4.15 p.m. Rugby League Feotball,
4.20 p.m. Star Time, 4.30 p.m. Educat-
ing Archie, 5.00 p.m. Composers of the
Week 5.15 pm Composers for the
Film, 6.00 p.m. KAy on the Keys, 6.15
»m. New Casino Orchestra, 6.45 p.m
Programme Parade, 6.55 p.m. Today's
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} oA 7.45 Generally Speakiry
8.00 p.m Padio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m
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40 Norfolk St.

Comes

To Life

For The Hurricane Fund

LONDON,

In a large room of 40, Norfolk Street, just off London’s
Strand, West Indian students, musicians, athletes and others
are doing a tedious, but necessary job

Day after day they come just to address letters and stick on
stamps. Others sit for hours just folding paper—appeals for
money for the Jamaican Hurricane Relief Fund which are

being sent out to firms, C

throughout Britain.

was here that I met many
today, writes a B.U.P., correspon-
dent. The first was a tall young
man with very broad shoulders.
He was folding appeals, but he
tock just a few mjnutes off to say
his name was Herb McKinley,
who made his name in Britain, a

well as the rest of the wid, dur-
ing the last Olympic Game inc
to tell me about his jot

He aid he pent odd day
folding appeals and writing en-
velopes in the room, which is in

the offices of the West India Com-
mittee, just to help out We must

all do something,” he said

Sitti: next to him, collecting
letters that had just been stamped
was a studious looking West
Indian named W, B. Campbell,
fron Jamaica who i studying

commerce. He goes along to the
100m when he has the time

Further along the table
addressing envelopes, was a young
West Indian lady, Her name need
no introduction Louise Bennet,
the writer, singer and entertainer
She is enjoying remarkabie
suecess in Britain, and has just
finished recording some records of
West Indian folk songs.

Next to her are three sisters
Cynthia, Myrtle and Fay Kadoo,
from Jamaica, who are in London
to study Art. Business and
Science. To the question: “Don't
you get fed up just addressing

envelopes and folding appeals?”
each replied: “No, not a bit.”
Completing today’s group—

different people come in each day
—were two young Jamaicans, Mr.
and Mrs Ozzie DaCosta, who
were in Kingston at the time of
the hurricane

Mr. DaCosta runs a dance band.
and leaves later this month for
Nuremberg, Germany, where his
six-piece id of West Indian
musicians have a six-month en-
gagement. They said it was im-
possible to describe the hurricane
or tke devastation it caused. it
was the least they could do, they
said, to come along to Norfolk
Street when they could. All mem-
bers of the band manage to get in
at least a couple days a week.



How long will they be working
there tonight they could not say
One said it would be when they
finished—and there were _ still

piles of appeal forms to be folded,

But even when they have
finished it is certain that few
before another
group take their places. And so
it will go on until the job is

hours will pass



completed

—B.U.P.



Out Of Trinidad
Ship Loses Man

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia
Only a week out of Trinidad the
4,663-ton Panamanian merchant
ship Shakhreza, lost a man over-
board in a tropical storm and

needed immediate attention for

five other members of the crew.
The ship had left Trinidad on
a 10-day trip to Port Alfred,
Quebec, with a cargo of bauxite.
The captain of the ship, which is

‘ounty Councils and the like

H ouse Sis

Act. Bill

@ from Page 1
“The House of Assembly re-
specttully suggest that provision

shall be made at the earliest date

for maternity protection for
women employed in industrial and
commercial undertakings and

accordingly request the introduc-
tion of legisiation to prohibit the
employment of women in speci-
fied undertakings for a_ specified
period before aad after confine-
ment; to afford them the right io
leave work on production of a
medical certificate stating that con-
finement will take place within
this specified period and to entitle
them to a_ percentage of their
salaries for the entire period be-
lore and atter confinement; mater-
nity leave to be extended on the
presentation of a medical certifi-
cate to the effect that as a resuit
of pregnancy or confinement, the
woman is unable to resume work
at the ‘piration of the specified
period.

“As I have said, the Jamaica
amendment of 1941 which is known
as the Jamaica Employment of
Women Law 1941, does what we
are purporting to do today and
goes further, It includes in the
same Bill the suggestions which I
made in my Address

“There is no point in emphasis-
ing the desirability of real protec-
tion in a colony like this for
pregnant women engaged in in-
dustrial undertakings,” said Mr.
Crawford. “I see no reason why
the present amendment should
stop where it is today; why the
Government should not have dealt
with the whole matter and include
in the Bill protection for pregnant
women

‘I am therefore going to sug-
gest,” he said, “that since protec-
tion for pregnant women in in-
dustry is just as much or more
important than protecting women
against excessive work at night,
that the Government should post-
pone further consideration of the
matter. That they should then in-
clude in the amendment the pro-
tection I have suggested and
present the whole matter for the
approval of the legislature at th
earliest possible opportunity.”

Mr Crawford then made a

motion to this effect but it was
os ——ae ae be Fk Wwe

given its second reading.

Mr. G. H. Adams said that there
was the convention 3 of 1919
dealing with the maternity aspect

The present matter had to do
with the fixing of the night
hours for the persons mentioned,
he pointed out. There was nothing
to prevent the bringing of the con-
vention dealing with maternity
protection, but it did not neces-











sarily follow that it could be

brought in in the present one.
Mr. Crawford saiq that that
point was no* important. As he had
said the Jamaica law of 1941 wa
so comprehensively drafted that it

embodied the terms of the full

conventions. “There is no justifi-

owned by Belaine Steamships, of cation in making two bites at the
Panama, said the ship was tossed same cherry,” he said.

like a cork iM the storm. All the
lifeboats were smashed.—B.U.P.



The Bill was eventually passed
and without amendment.

fYurks Island Board

ae
at fy

“Dad'll get ‘ Fishermen of England’

Not Yet Ready For
Jeniaica Proposal





From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Sept. 10

The Legislative Boar of the
Turks ! Caico Island va
consulted by the Government ol
Jamaica in respect of a motion
passed by the House of Repre-
entatives some months ago re-

questing that a trade unionist
hould be brought from the Turks
and Caicos Islands, a dependency
of Jamaica, to get an insight into
industrial relations in Jamaica

While expressing appreciation
for the goodwill evinced by the
Resolution the Turks Islands
Board considered that it was not
yet time to implement the pro-
posal. It was reported that the
Turks Island Workers Union to
which the resolution, adopted by
the House, referred is at present
inactive, and there is another
Union known as the St. George’
Industrial Union,

As a first step the Turks Islands

Legislative Board is trying to find yjtory—and Bechuanaland, border- now being used as shelters foi
the persons made homeless by the
hurricane.

someone who will have the con-|jng the Orange Free State and
fidence of both unions and who/-pransvaal

may be nominated for attach-
ment to the Jamaica Labour De-
partment for a course of instrue-
tions in trade union principles
and practice



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(Frem Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept., 15
Arthur Henry a pupil of the
3elmont Intermediatjs Sj:hool
Port-of-Spain who lost an exhi-
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also lost an exhibition this year
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Wednesday, 1951

ANOTHER Visit

THE visit of Mr, Lennox Boyd, Chairman
of the Imperial Affairs Committee of the
Conservative Party of the British House of
Commons will do much to satisfy many
people in the West Indies that the Conserv-
atives, looking forward to their return to
office and power in the coming elections,
are taking the keenest interest in Colonial
affairs.

September 19,



A week ago these islands had a visit from
Mr. Bernard Braine the Secretary of the
West Indian Committee of the Party. His
was a one-man goodwill mission; but the
arrival of Mr. Lennox Boyd under the
aegis of the Party serves to emphasise their
intention to examine at first hand the prob-
lems and progress of the area.

The significance of the visit can be gauged
from the relative position of the visitors in
the party machine. Mr. Braine is Secre-
tary of one of the six or eight sub-Com-
mittees which form the Imperial Affairs
Committee. Of this larger body Mr. Boyd
is Chairman and as such isa_ potential
Secretary of State for the Colonies. It is
this Committee which, with the Civil Ser-
vice would take over Colonial affairs if, and
when the Conservatives should come into
office.

Mr. Boyd, succeeds one of the most col-
ourful men in the party machine, the late
Mr. Oliver Stanley, who will be remember-
ed as a former Secretary of State for the
Colonies and whose death last year was
deeply regretted because of his intense in-
terest in, and his sterling work on behalf of
the Colonies.

Mr. Boyd discusses with much knowledge
and an enviable facility the immediate
problems of the West Indies and because of
an obvious sympathy with our cause sup-
ports the ideals and ambitions of a people
clamouring for national prestige.

Linked with the inherent difficulties of a
none-too-sound economy, the problem of
federation he sees as one of tempo rather
than ultimate achievement. “If West Indian
ministers had been allowed to take part in
the discussions of Commonwealth matters
affecting their interests, it is likely that the
Cuban Pact would have been less objection-
able to West Indians” he said during a Press
Conference. And to prove that this was not
merely the criticism of the Opposition, he
added: “Our Party intends to examine on
ihe same level and to pay the same atten-
tion to the agricultural progress of this
area as we shall to agricultural pursuits at
home. The time is not far away when you
will need preferential treatment, in its
widest sense, and as it has helped in the
past we feel that it will be of benefit to you
again,”

The peoples of the West Indies will wel-

come Mr. Boyd not merely as an interested
visitor but as one who can contribute to
their future welfare. His interest in West In
dian Federation has led him to realise that
the rate of progress must be gradual if it is
to be sound and lasting. Above all, he is con-
vinced that the maximum benefit can only
be attained when West Indians are given an
opportunity to be the architects of their
own destiny. This was the doctrine to
which he subscribed when he stated that
however well briefed a Colonial Office
spokesman might be in discussing Colonial
affairs, there is an added advantage if ‘Vest
Indians are allowed to take part.

It is this enlightened treatment to which
the people of the West Indies look forward
in the event of a Conservative Government
being elected to office. The stage has been
set and the West Indies evolving from a
long and dreary period of economic strang-
ulation and political tutelage claim, as of
right, a voice in the direction of their affairs.
Jt is in the attainment of this ideal that the
services of Mr. Lennox Boyd can prove
their greatest merit.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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by Aneurin Bevan

The Rt. Hon. Aneurin Bevan, MP, to-day begins his report
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Marshal Tito. In his first article Mr. Bevan surveys Tito’s rise

to power and says —
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discovered that they had fought
their way from one prison into Yugoslav Communist Party, a:
another, and from that last prison that eventually Tito and his imme-
no nation had as yet succeeded in diate following might be displaced
escaping. They were now one with Furthermore, they believed that
| Her people number 16 million, all the other twilight nations Tito’s position was precarion
over 37 million less than the total crouched in the shadow of the among the Yugoslav people as a
population of Poland, Czecho- Kremlin. whole.

Slovakia and Rumania, and yet Then, in 1948, rumours once In this they misreid not on
there is more interest in what is more started to seep out of Yugo- the character of the South Slav

little time nad elapsed the schisms
would show themselves inside th.

happening inside Yugoslavia than slavia. The Yugoslav Communist but their whole history. ¥
in all these combined. Party, it was siid, was moving The Southern Slavs which &
This summer an exceptional! uneasily in the hug of the bear. what is meant by Yugoslavia, have }

Either the hug was too tight, or it a passionate love of independence. |

was where it had never intended It was intolerable to them to
to be. find after their long history of

At first, the rumours were dis- irredentisms against occupying
counted. Some even went so far powers and especially after the un-
asito say it was nothing but just precedented sacrifices
another Russian manoeuvre, that it made during the war that th

number of political personages of
all kinds, of all political creeds,
left this country to pay a visit to
Yugoslivia—members of Parlia-
ment, ex-Ministers, Government
Whips, journalists, all types of
people. Why this new interest in
Yugoslavia?
Facts for Churchill

This is not the first time that
Yugoslavia has excited outside in-
terest during our generation. Dur-
ing the war, from 1941 onwards
rumours began to reach the world
that inside Yugoslavia a certain
Tito was organising resistance to
the Germans and Italians and was
giving the Nazi Chiefs of Staff
considerable headaches.

He was known to be a Com-
munist, but this did not deter Mr.
Churchill from making. inquiries
about the military possibilities t
arising out of his activities.

Three facts mainly interested
Mr, Churehill,

ities of independence so as to con- them as a Soviet colony to use the
ceal the realities of subjugation. language of the Yugoslav
Soon, however, the language munists, Therefore Tito’s defiance
used by the two parties to the con-
troversy could not lend credibility popularity in Yugoslavi: that his
to such an interpretation. It wos Communism itself could never
much too barbed for that. have obtained for him.
Stalin turns on the heat The‘ Yugoslavs were now pre-
The Russians started by accusing pared to accept his Communis
Tito of “Grandeeism.” That meant principles because they saw in him
he was talking back as though he not only a Communist, but the
were an equal. This was certainly champion of their national liberties
not how the Russians viewed their and the preserver of their inde-
relationship with him. ‘Tito re- pendence. i
taliated by accusing the Seviet Among the Communists them-
leaders of “falling into the psychol- Selves the resistance to the Soviet
ogy of the leading nation,” a polite Union proved increasingly popu
way of saying that the Krenilin lar as it came to be seen that i;



- ; Ad +i bg zea 4 avtnttat ¢ ; 1 the

First, Tito was a Communist who was imperialist and wanted v ; Seine, as
was organising resistance to the Yugoslavs to dance to the Kussian Communist doctrine that dividec
Germans eyen although as yet tune. Yugoslavia from Russia but an

insistence by Russia on terms of
association that the Yugoslav na-
tion could not possibly
without surrendering her national
independence.

But there is no doubt

The controversy grew hotter and
the epithets correspondingly mort
bitter.

Russia had not entered the war.
This might be a pointer to what
might subsequently happen.

Second, he appeared to have strong The Russians accused the pertis-
support among the peasants and Lakers gin of ee
the town population. their own military accomplish- | . ee ee

But thirdly, are most important of ments, and of being boastful «nd anes ere ee a erent a a
all from Mr. Churchill’s point cf making too much of their Ralen tak tirenic taHte le a i tne
of view, he was killing Germans, @chievements. This touvbed the ee nt vag * ll a Rs
So a military mission was Yvsveslav pattisans on their must SE aa ° . soe ees
dropped into Yugoslavia to ex- S€:'sitive spot, for their sutferings wo ior eeee oa Miia eg
plore the situation, vere still close to them. estern comme an i
Practically all of them had lost trickle.

near relatives and friends in the .. ‘

fighting many of ‘them having Tito takes a risk

been tortured to death by the Indeed, it was this situation

enemy. It was too much now to which helped to make the breax,

be told that it did not amount te The Yugoslavs resented the fact

all they. thought it did. that they were leeked upen by ihe

Soviet Union mainly asa saurce of
At last—the break raw materials. Naturaliy. they
Continued co-operation could

wanted to build up ‘their ewn ccon-
not survive such bitter exchanges.

omy. They wanted to exproit thei
So, in May, 1948, the break occurr- own raw materials in their own
ed, Tito refused to attend the meet- jncaustries, and to build up new in-

ing of the Cominform Bureau to dustries for that purpose

that for

The guerrilla genius

The rumours proved to be cor-
rect. The Yugoslav partisans us
they called themselves were brave,
ruthless, and endlessly self-sacri-
ficing. All they needed were more
and better arms, and if they could
get them they could be relied upon
ee only to kill considerable num-
bers of the enemy, but, what was
from our point of view even more
Jimportant, to occupy many enemy
divisions away from other theatres

“ which he had been invited, claim- This, however, apparently was

‘of war. So they got the arms. ing that he had been pre-judged not how the Soviet Urion viewed
From the military angle they and that therefore it was a waste Yugoslavia’s future. Th> abrupt
fulfilled all expectations. Marshall GF time to attempt to defend him- cessation of all trade between

Tito proved a genius at the sort
of guerrilla warfare which was
most suited to the position and to
the naiure of the country. Mr.
Churchill’s instincts had been
proved right. His assistance to
Yugoslavia and to Tito at this
critical time was one of his most
imaginative acts,

Then the Red Army n@ade a
junction with Tito’s forces. And
the same thing happened as in the

self.

Judged from any angle you like,
this decision of the Yugoslav Com- whole Yugoslav nation with st
munist Party and of the Yugoslav vation and ruin. Obvioucly ‘Tito
nation as a whole was one of the knew this, but he took the risk. Gn
bravest acts in all history. top of that, a very bad harvest in

Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, 1950 imposed upon the Yugoslav
Rumania are all in’ the Russiati people almost intolerable priva
bloc, and represent two-thirds of tions.
the Yugoslavian land frontiers Fortunately, however the West-
They are not only unfriendly but ern Powers came to the aid of the
openly hostile to the Tito regime. Yugoslav people, and tided them

Yugoslavia and the Comnutiist
countries for a time threatened the





cases of Polar ary a= = . ; oe
te ie a ee mete Every week there are clashes be- over their immediate difficulties.
Ohaus ee ao imate'y tween border guards. Yugoslavia is Asisstance came from the United



- Slovakia — Yugoslavia
dropped behind the Iron Curtain.

She no longer made news in her
own right, Her fate now seemed
the same as the fate of all the
other nations which had been en-
gulfed by the Soviet tide. Her na-

the target of insistent propaganda States of America and from Great

from the Soviet bloc. From time 19 Britain. It is true that this was

time the spokesmen of the Soviet sent from mixed motives, but

Union launch personal and ideo- nevertheless, whatever the reason

logical attacks upon Tito and his that lay behind it, it was received

Communist friends. by the Yugoslav people with grat-
The Red agents failed itude,

tional history, or so it seemed, ons
would be fashioned notin Bel- When I was in Yugoslavia 1 How will it work out?
grade, but in Moscow, was curious to know how did it It would be a mistake, however

come about that the Russians took
no steps of an open kind to coun-

to suppose that Tito will give to

Shadow of the Kremlin the West a subservience thathe

} The Balkan Question, which had teract his move. has denied the East. Yugoslavia
. worried Europe for more than a The replies I got were interesi- will fight for here independenc
;century, now looked like being ing. They said that the Russians against all comers. If there was

had been misinformed by
own agents about the situation in me
Yugoslavia, and particularly of the
mass opinion inside the Yugoslav
Communist Party.

assimilated into the wider Russian
Question, which has cast its shad-
ow over the whole world. Or, as T
say, so it seemed. From 1945 to
+1848 the Cominform embraced the
i Yugoslav Communist Party in the
;same bear-hug as it had the rest
jot the Russian satellites, and
through the medium of the Com-
munist Party the Yugoslav nation
as a whole looked like’ being
digested ip the monolithic mass.
Nor was there any good re
1 to suppose otherwise. The partis-
lans had fought during the war

more than any other, it was
that. She insists upon working out
her own destiny, in her own way.
The future of Yugoslavia is
The Russiins apparently had therefore one of the most fascin-
concluded that the rebellion ating political and social mutations
against the Soviet Union was con- in the modern world. How will
fined to the upper layers of the this combination of fervid national
Communist Party. They thought patriotism and advanced Commun-
that they had good reason to be- ist principles work out in prac-
lieve that the mass of the rank and tice?
on file of the Yugoslay Communist WORLD COPYRIGHT
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Our Readers Say:

Expert Opinion a layman uttered a_pro- portion of children of school leav- A Church Dance
: : wonthaivan on a point of law, ing age from under whose pets a

To the Editor, the- Advocate. Mr. hon goog ee feel, justified “piece of rdproduction will emerge To the Editor, The Advocate
p in giving him the cold stare as a fair imitation of Anglo- SIR,—I wonder how many of
. ae —I read your remort on the Similarly, when Mr, Adams un- Saxon or Sanskrit, your readers were as disturbed as
ducation debat: in the House dertakes to offer an opinion on . I was to read the recent adver-
this week and once more I won- a plan of education which, even But “the Government has made tisement of a Dance to be held

dered whether, when Barbados if he has had time to read he has © thorough examination.” I chal- shortly in aid of a Church
Speaks proudly of the money it not had time to digest, to say lenge that. The fact that a Church of God
spends on education, it is not be- nothing of an opinion on the is ae is to be to some extent at least
ing a shade too American and technique of teaching, one is en- Mr. Garner said in the disate m the > 5

boasting of mere size,

A year ago the Leader of the Bow
Government apologised for not
having given education the atten-

titled to enquire mildly from him:
do you know ? Presumably
Mr. Adams is uttering the opin«
jon of the experts, the people who
are responsible

financed from the profits of a
Dance, is truly bad enough, but
that this Dance is going to take
place well into the Lord's Day,
is surely the work of The Adver-

that “hundreds of families were
not satisfied with the results they
were getting.” I do not know,
and J] could not guess this dis-
satisfaction fromy their complacent

for foisting the



a - whtae es Cereus ve system as it stands upon this docile attitude, It would be just as well omy?
obs a 1 ooo awe a obvigualy pecple. What other answer would if they "made their dissatisfaction Yours faithfully,
: yet one 80, aut sb undertakes he expect from them than that . more vocal; for they are now the VOX DEI.
o speak on it authoritatively. “it would work beautifully, but! !"" only people who can pull the BARBADOS,

¥ quote from your paper: “On Let him ask those whose work eet zs See i The 14th. Septr. 1951.
this matter of age-grouping, Mr. the system nullifies, the teachers main : i a baa CHES, TOY ‘ °
Adams said that the Government —singly, for these queer people + gute Nettorertnd a? a educa~ A Suggestion
had made a thorough investiga- do not believe in letting their he’ ee ha ee anout. i. : ,
tion of it and had come to the right hand know what their let eri — ea 3. nile solng their To the Editor, The Advocate—
conclusion that there was nothing h ee do wa he woe ee” ee eee, Rg em ,, SIR, would like to suggest
yrong Ww . principle "here a different story. etter still, let > any atte c “eS anc that “Princess Alice Playin
cas ca at a4 ane Aamo him che a Week end off and Fat trends, ends and means, and if Field” be fener wide oman at
means, howdver, to work the the Common Course and the De- this is not a stupid attitude I’m Esplanade with seats, where he
principle.” This is a statement partment’s numerous circulars and rg at = eee the PArenes public could be refreshed by sea
which deserves to be framed, for discuss them with competent and to drive the Government into breezes and a view of the Har-

its implications are disconcerting sincere
} i ted in the wel- let hir

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1951

House Postpone

Factories

Act Bill

THE House of Assembly yesterday postponed a Bilk to
amend the Factories Act, 1947. Members of the Opposition
said there were things which would call for debate and for
that reason asked for a postponement. A 9—8 division wa;
taken in favour of the postponement

Dv. Cummins (L) told the House that Clause 4 repealed sec.

tions 3, 4 and 5 of the Act and

These sections provided: —

(a) that inspection of all factor-
ies shall be the duty of the
labour Commissioner;

that the Registration of Fac-
tories, the establishment of
the Factory Board and the
Factory Appeal id be
abclished;

that owners of factories shall
notify the Labour Commis-
sioner of the existence of fac-
tories within a time specified
in the Bill.

Clause 5 binds the Crown, but
in ease of any public emergency,
the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee may by order exempt the
Crown from complying with the
provisions of the Act

Clause 7 repeals sections
and 9 of the Act and
new sections which

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—
substitutes

(a) gives an inspector the power

to make complaint before a
Police Magistrate who may
issue, an interim order, if,

from the evideneg received he
is of the opinion that the dan-

ger from the condition of the
tactory or any part of it is
such as to involve imminent

risk of serious bodily harm to
persons in the factory;

(b) provides that an information
need only allege that a fac-
tory is a factory within the
meaning of the Act and state
the name of the ostensible
occupier;

(c) provides that where any

Coroner's inquest or other in-
quiry discloses that there has
been a breach of the' Act or
any regulations, proceedings
against a person. myst be
brought within six months of
the making of the report.
Clause 8 of the Bill amends sec-
tion 10 of the Act so as to extend
the powers of the Labour Com-
missioner

Clause 12 repeals section 19 and
re-enacts it along the lines of sec-
tions 14, 15 and 16 of the Factories
Act, 1937, (1 Ed. 8 Geo, 6 c, 67)
so as to make better provisions
for the fencing of machinery. The
section as re-drafted will not
allow guards to be removed while
machinery is in motion for clean-
ing operations etc. except within
certain very narrow and restricted
limits partly covered by the words
“necessarily exposed.”

Clause 16 makes provision as to
the parties who might be liable
for acts or defaults under the Act
and contains a clause empowering
the employee to bring the actual
fender before the Court

This clause also repeals sections
25 and 26 relating to the notifica-
tion of accidents which will now
be contained in the provisions
of the Notification of Accidents
and Occupational Diseases Bill.

Clause 19 contains the penalty
provisions for forgery, personation
and other offences under the Act.
meccretary OF WE Sud Wea tbad the
Government that the Factories
Act, 1947, did not adequately pro-
vide for the fencing of machinery

Dr. Cumm

and for the inspection of every
type of steam boiler.
The Labour Commissioner haa

also pointed out that the adminis-
trative machinery for carrying out
the provisions of the Act were
cumbersome and that difficulties
would be encountered when car-
rying out the provisions of the Act.

Accordingly, he said, the Bill
sought to amend the Factories Act,
1947, to give effect to the recom-
mendations of the Secretary of
State and of the Labour Commis-
sioner



Dr. Cummins quoted Clause 3 or
the Bill which provided a compre-
hensive definition of a factory and
included any factories owned or
operated by the Government of
this island or by «® parochial or
other public body. That clause, he
said, was based on the definition of
factory in the Trinidad and Tob igc¢
Factory legislation. He also made
mention of Section A of Clause 4
which spoke of the inspection of
all factories being the duty of the
Labour Commissioner instead of
being the duty of a Board, as was
originally provided in the Bill
of 1947. He moved the second read-
ing of the Bill.

Mr. Weicott (L) in seconding the
motion, said that the Bill had been
on the Order Paper for the past
four weeks. He was hoping that
Hon. Members were aware of. the
fact that similar acts were imple-.
mented in other West Indian
Islands

He pointed out that the amend-
ments made the Bill work ible, but
they did not in the least take away
the main purpose of the original
Bill. The main change, he said was
the transferring of certain control
from the hands of a Board—as it
was in the origin:1 Bill—into the
hands of the Labour Commissioner

“The workers welcome the
ameridments,” he said. He was
hoping that no Hon. Member had
in mind to move the postponement
of the Bill.

Mr. Mottley (E) said there were
times when business pressed -aem-
hers of the House so, that the:
did not have time to go through

3ilis that were being brought
down.
When they got a bill that was

voluminous, he said, it. was not a
uestion of -postponing it, but
rather a question of having time ic
yet together and reason it out

He said that a bill of that nature
was very necessary, especially as
it affected persons of the com-
munity who were always in dan-
ger of losing their lives. But ther





would be some things that he
would like explained.

Mr. E. L. Ward (E) said that
taking the Bill es it was on the
Order Paper, he never thought
that , would have got to it
that < And so he felt that
there were certain new things in

the Bil! that they should check up




He was in favour of having the
Bill postponed for a week and he
finally mc i that consideration of





the Bill be postponed until ne
rr y and that the Bill be t
a first Order of the Day





substituted three new sections

Mr. Dowding (E) said he was
asking Hon. Members to agree
with the Hon. Senior Member for
St. Lucy, and support the post-
ponement of the Bill. He said that
the originai bill ealled for pro-
tracted debate in 1947 and was
sent to a select committee which
reported back to the House be-
fore it wes passed. He could not



see why the actual! Bill that the
passed in 1947 was not imple-
mented.

He said that he did nor agree
with the transferring of certain
duties from the hands of a Board

to the Labour Commissioner, It
seemed ridiculous to him for the
Labour Commissioner to be ap-
pointed to inspect machinery in
factories when, he was sure. his
office did not call for training in
that technical type of work. He

felt that it wa: creating too much



extra work for that Head of a De-
partment

Mr. B.-E. Miller (L) said’ that
to postpone the Bill with the
amendments would be likened



unto committing a crime. It

was

a matter of too much interest to
the community, he said.
He said taat they should not

hesitate to protect men and women
wno proauced * their wealth,
especiaily wnen thessugar inuwustiry





c.aimed more victims than any
epidemic in barbados.

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) id
the Hon. Members were -
ing fur an wajyournment without
Stauing grounds on which they
snculid have an adjournment. He

was suggesting to Hon. Members
that if they had any points or ob-
fervations to make, they should
make them, and the Government
would guarantee an answer.

He was appealing to the Hon.
Senior Member for St. James, who
bad great influence in his party, to
see that there were no grounds
for adjournment and to ask his
party to go on with the Bill that
day.

Mr. E. nw. Waleott (E) said that
an item of that sort being number
10 on the Order Paper, that Hon,
Membets would not have thought
that it Would have been dealt with





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



AFTER LONG



VACATION



HARRISON COLLEGE boys off to their form-rooms after Morning Assembly in the School Hall yester
day when they returned to school after the summer vacation

Leg. Co. Consider Workers’
Wages Protection Bill

Capt. Williams
Appeals Eor
Kitchenware

For Jamaica Relief

WHEN

visited

already

Hurricane

the

Advocate

Queen's
afternoon nearly 200 parcels were
received

Relief

Park

Vv

Parce!s were brought

out

of

the

Mr
the

the
receive them was Mrs

H
organising committee,
that

certain
forks,
been
emount

day

H

a

Williams, a

Advocate
amount

spoons,
received

will

nd

on

of

pots

be

cups,
and
much
required,

the

reporter
yesterday

Jamaica

Organisation.
in through-

the

althoug

Spot
Marshall.

to

member

told

h

knives,
pans had
greater

He

is

making an appeal for these items
He said: “Time is getting sbort
and the Committee prefers not
have a rush at the end. We have
a closing date,
but we will have to do this short-

not

yet

decided on

oO

that day. Speaking for himself, ly in order to get all articles
he said, he did not have time to packed, labelled, measured and
go through the Bill. invoieed for transportation to

He said that one disputable Jamaica, Everyone should try to
point in the Bill was the Labour Send in their articles as soon as
Commissioner taking the place of POSSible. The population of Bar-
the Board. He felt that that bados is well over 200,000 and so
amendment would lead to long dis- far we have only received nearly
cussions and so was in agreement 200 parceis sarbddians can do

with the Bill being postponed fo!
a week.

Voting for the postponement
were Mr. Mottley. Mr. Dowding,
Mr. Goddard, Mr. Reece, Mr.
Haynes, Mr. E. K. Walcott, Mr

Bethell, Mr. Ward and Mr. Gill,
Votines against were Mro Mamr

Mr. Allder, Mr. Miller, Mr. Prvan,
Mr, F. L. Walcott, Dr, Cummin:,
Mr. Adams end Mr. Brancker.



House Adjourned

On a motion from Mr, FE, K
Walcott, of the Opposition, the
House of assembly yesterday
adjourned the House until next
week, The motion came from the
Opposition after Mr. G. H. Adams
moved the adjournment for halt
an hour, the usual tea luncheon

period because they wanted to at-
tend a function in honour of Mr. A
Lennox-Boyd, Corservative M.P.

THe question of whether the
House should adjourn for half an
hour or until .next Tuesday
brought on nearly an hour’s debate
A division was finally taken and

better.”

He said that anyone wishing to
send a parcel to Queen's Park
can telephone 2555 between 7.30
a.m. and 5.00 p.m., or the Scout's
Headquarters between 7.30 am
und 4:pem. Someone will be sent
fer the parcels,





Approval Reserved





HIS’ Excellency the Governor
yesterday informed the Legisla -
ttve Ceuncil that he has reserved
for the signification of His
Maj¢ ty’s pleasure the Bill in-
titu’ed an “Act to provide for the
regulation of Public Utilities”
passed by the Legislative Council
on the 19th or June, 1951

GRATITUDE

HIS’ Excellency the

intormed

the

Governo!

Legislative Council

that he has been requested by the

Governor

of

Jamaica











to

convey

Ww an expression of the deep gratitude
the Opposition won on a 9—8 of the people of Jamaica for the
majority. ; gift which has been voted by the
Mr. Adams did not favour the Legislature fo hurricane relief
adjournment then for next week. work in that island 5
In The Legisl
n the Legislature Yesterday
-
COUNCIL the protection of wages of workers
The Council postponed
The Legislative Council met at 2.00 ¢, caine the ie crates jemnge re:
p.m. yesterday, The Hon'ble the Colo- Centre in Lo ar hment of a Club and
nial Secretary laid the following Mes- Sc, t. Deer tOe Went iridiain: Ghie
sages ,
. Bill to amene e Satr
No. 29/1951, Reservation for the sig- pacos) Loan Act Mo gee, (Bar
nificetion of His Majesty's pleasure of Rasalitiewiin’ scene Aree
the Public Utilities Bill, 1951 dry achgiitian Ey” the Gove
No 1/1981 Expression of gratitiide Fo)" . ibe n by the Governor-in
of the people of Jamaica for the gift parcel of ate’ Of all that certal
voted by the Legislature of Barbados, jo)4. ¢; . OF ee tenants
for hurricane relief . Cufsthesie-t tidation iaahee
The fallowing. dacuments Were laid:— ;; east migle gorwy iapeer eS Peeucne
Regional Economic Committee of the | Li ieee hart
Pr.tish West Indies, British Guiana and (
British Mohduras Proceedings of First ee ee ee
Meeting The Animals (Importation
Controi Regulations, 1951; The Epizootic HOUSE
Abolition Pegulations. 1951: The Swine
Fever Régulation’, 1951; The Anthrax When the House of Assembly met
Regulati 195): The Babies Reguia esterday Mr. Adams laid the ‘foil with
tions, 1 e Pensions (Amendment! Message No. 29/1951 from His. Excat
Regulatto: 951 . lene Governor to the Honourable
The Couneil concurred in the follow- the of Assembis nforming the
ing: House that in exercise of the powers
vested in him by the ters Patent, he

Resolution to sanction the Rédulations

made by the Governor-in-Executive
Committee on the 14th day of June, lyo1
under the provisions of section 17 f

the Immigration of Paupers ‘Preventior

Act, 1909

Resolution to approve the number of
Pursaries which the Board of Indu
trial Training mez ard annua t



suitable candidates
Pesolution to approve of the exc





by the Executive Committce fa
of land situate in the City of E
fownr and vested, in them fo
of isnd the property of Mrs, Ste
Zevhirin

Resolution to approve of the ¢
sory acquisition by + the Governor

Executive Committee of one rood sev
perches of land adjoining the lands o
St. Christopher's ‘Girls’ School in th«
parish of Christ Church for increasing
school buildings and furnishing
grounds for St Christopher's
School

Resolution to make it lawful
Executive Cominittee to sell
parcel of land containing by
urement one reod thirteer perch
situate in the parish of St. Andrew
site of the former Chalky Mount B«
School

Resolution sanction
Amendment) Regulations
mede by the
Ccnimittee under
subsection (2) of
tons Tariff Act, 1921 11921
The Council passed
B&! to provide for the
realisation of German e¢
a r the distributior
thereof and for p

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BILL REFERRED
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SELECT

TO

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday began consider-
ation of and then referred to a Select Committee a Bill to
make provision for the protection of wages of workers.
Members of the Committte are Hon’bles F. E. Field, Dr
A. S. Cato, G. B. Evelyn and J, Mahon.

The Hon'ble the Colonial Secre-
tary in moving the second readiny
of the Bill said “Sir, several
conventions have been signed by
the member states of the Interna-
tional Labour Organisation includ-
ing the United Kingdom and if
they are to be applied to Barba-
dos, amendments of existing
labour legislation are re quired,

“Over a year ago, the Fxecutive
Committee agreed in principle to
the adoption of the particulai
convention referred to in the
Objects and Reasons of this Bill
—that is, the implementation of
the terms of Articles’15 and 16 of
the Social Policy (Non-Metropoli-
tan Territories) Convention, 1947,
which stipulates the method of
payment of wages to workers

Objects
“IT have not very much to add
to the stated objects and reasons



The; are briefly that the payment

of wages to workers shall not be
otherwise than by payment ii
money. I think that general
accepted now but there musi
obviously be some _ exception

given: for instance, in the case of
domestic servants who are apt to











receive food and living accommo-
dation in addition to their wage.
Rm ision for that is made in
clause 13 of the Bill.
“There is reference of ac
vances to be made to worters
te the effeet that repayment of

such advances shall not exceed
one-third of the total amount of
the wages or in respect to ad-
vances made for materials, tools
or implements supplied at the
request of the worker. I do not
think that many honourable
members will quarrel with this
‘In the Far East 50 or 60 years
ago there was a form of debt slay-
end it would be possible in
some territories for employers to
put a strangle hold on their em-
ployees, by making them advances
and compelling them to pay bac!
in such large sums that they could
not possibly do so



ery

Second Reading

“IT do not know that such a prac-
tice exists in Barbados, but in
accordance with the terms of the
convention, it is considered right
that legislative provision should
be made and that wages should
not be paid on such terms, The
latter part of the Bill refers to the
powers which the Labour Commis-
sioner will exercise to enforce the

provisions of the Bill. I have no
comments to make on that and
therefore move that the Bill be
read a second time.”

Hon’ble Mr. Mahon said: “Sir,

I regret that the Government has
seen fit to make it appear that it
is necessary for Barbados to have
a Bill of this nature. Mention has
been made of debt s avery, but I
do not think that it could happen
here, or if it ever happened, it must
have been so many years ago that
we know nothing about it

Section 8

“There is one section that
me worry and that i
which reads as follow

Except where otherwise express-
ly permitted by the provisions of
this Act or of any other Act no
employer shall make dedu

gives

$s section 4%



tion or make any agreement on
contract with a worker for any
deduction from the wages to be
aid by the employer to the

worker, or for any payment to the

employer by the worker, for or
in respect of any fine, or of bad
or negligent work or for injury
io the materials or other property
of the employer save when such
injury is occasioned by the wilful
misconduct or neglect of the
worker,

“This as far I see, is going
to create some hardship with re-
gard to watchmen in the sugar
industry. It is a recognised fac
that watchmen in the sugar indus
ry are employed under terrns tha
if anything under Tis supervisio

in the shape Gf ground provision

is lost. the value of that loss ;
deducted from his wage If that
is to be stopped, I do not knoy
what position it .would put th
Sugar industry in with regard ti

watchmen, especially with regar

to praedial larceny hich i
prevalent to-day

“Under the present system, if
watchman is deeme to hat

something to do with the theft, he
would realise that if the yalue of
the lost article was going be
aken out of his wages, there wou!d

to









be not much point in stealing it
Wilful Damage

. is a further point” said
the > Mahon. The same
section You may make a
deduction for any damage or
jury to material ou can ascer-
tain that it wa done

Tt

day

sent

thing for anyone
might as well

Hon'ble Mr
not agree with

to prove and it
have been left out
Cuke said: I can-

the interpretation
&tven to clause 9, With all respect
lo the arguments I have heard |!
do not agree that it is good legis-
tation, I think that there are one
or two of these sections which
could be worded in a far more sat-
isfactory manner

“Suppose a workman came to
his employer on Friday night
when Saturday is his normal pay
and asked for his week's
wages and his employer says yes

and gives him, but next morning
the employee comes back and
says you can only take out one-

third of my wages, but you have
taken out 100% therefore I can
sue you, is that right? I do not
agree with that”, said the
Hon'ble Mr, Cuke.

“I think that the Bill should be
to a Select Committee and
make a motion to that effect’.

Hon'ble Mr. Mahon seconded.

Â¥
i

Bill’s Meaning

Hon'ble Mr. Field said: “I am

not objecting to the Bill going to
a Select Committee,

I only want
to say in self defence that my in-
terpretation of clause 9 differs
from that of Hon'ble Mr. Cuke, I

am not saying that my interpre-
tetion is the correct one, because
the Court might put a different
interpretation on it,

“Everyone who reads the Bill
will see that one of its purposes}
is that if an employer lends a
worker money, he should not de-
duct more than one-third of the
total amount of wages from any
one pay packet ’

Hon'ble Mr Field then re-
ferred to clause 9 which reads

Any employer may deduct or
stop from the wages payable to
a worker under uny contract of
employment in respec: of the
following |

|
(a) the actual or estimated |
cost to the employer of}
any materials, tools and
implements supplied by
the employer to the
worker at the latter's
request to be employed
by him in his occupa-}
tion; or
(b) any money advanced by
way of loan by the em-
ployer to the worker,
(whether paid to the
worker himself or to
some other person at his
request) in anticipation
of the regular period of

payment of nis wages

Provided that the total amount
which may be stopped or deduct-
ed from the wages of worker
in any pay period under the pro-
visions of this section shall not
exceed one-third of the wages of
the employee in that pay-period

Week’s Wages

a

He said taat Hon'ble Mr. Cuke
gave an instance of an employec
wishing ta, have the whole
week's wages on Friday when

the normal custom was to pay on
Saturday and then going back on
Saturday and saying he wanted
two thirds of what was paid on
Friday.

Hon'ble
thought
Hon'ble
ter

Mr

the

Challenor
point made
Mr, Field could

raised in Committee.
Hon'ble Mr. Field
thought that some
members would want
nation then,

The Bill was then
Select Committee.

he
the
bet-

said
by
be

said he
honourable
an. expla-

referred tc

A STITCH IN

S.P.C.A. Offici
Lectures To

Policemen
QuirgF BG. S.?.C.A. li

al

pector

aA Sergeant Major C. F. Torre-
zao gave a lecture to e police'@)
yesterday morning on “what
-onstitutes cruelty to animal

and how to apprehend offender

Three Inspectors of Police,
sergeants, 7 Corporals, 64 con-
Stables atiended the lecture ask
ing questions after

This morning ai 8.30 he con-
ducts an Instruction Class fo
local S.P.C.A inspectors at
Y.M.C.A.

OR T Y-SIX-YEAR-OLD
Charles Crichlow of Kew
Road, Tudor Bridge, was arrest

ed along the wharf yesterday







PPP PPP PEEP PEEP PS
——_—_________”

Cpl. Murphy Crichlow we
charged with the unlawful pos
session of a quantity of sus
which he was carrying in a ski!
let.

City Police Magistrate M
Cc. L. Walwyn imposed a fine ¢
20 shillings on him

AY STREET BO’ CLUB

defeated Common th
team in aé cricket match hel
over the week-end The Boy
Club side batted first and score,
85. Skipper Barker topscorer
with 30. \

Commonwealth replied wii |
57. R. Hunte took four for 1
and E. Pollard three for 1!)

Boys’ Club sent back in Cer
monwealth to bat and bowle
them out for 22 runs to win |
six runs. Skipper Barker tool
six for 16.

ARBADOS got ipply ¢

English apple th soasc
when the Australian vesse 3
Port Fairy, called here over tl
week-end, It brought 300 Lox A
of apples and 100 tor of co
storage meat

Mr. William Patterson of ]
firm of Messrs. J. N. Goddard
Sons, told the Advocate yesterda 71
that the island now had a
supply of meat which would |
for the remainder of the ye t 4
Bae - EIGHT - YEAR - OF

Percy Carter, ,a labourer ¢ a
Villa Road, St. Michael, was ye
terday fined 20 shillings by Ci
Police Magistrate Mr. G. B. Gr ¥
fith after he was found’ gu!
using indecent language on \

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Pkgs. MOIRS CHOCOLATES (3 bars) 33 -24 Pkgs. GRAPE NUTS .39 .34

IS THE SAFE, EFFECTIVE WAY TO

HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY

with
Colgate Dental Cream

PROOF THAT BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATING



JOINT AND
MUSCLE PAINS

may mean kidney trouble

A function of the kidneys is to eliminate
harmful impurities from the system. If the
kidneys 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 4
brings them back to perform their
natural function properly.

Be WiEs Pills _ s vey wall-trind De Witt’ s Pills
remedy. ey are sold all over the wor
and we have many letters from sufferers are made specially for
poe of relief gained, after years of BACKACHE
suffering after taking De Witt's Pills.

They act on the kidneys quickly. Why JOINT PAINS
not ee them for your trouble? Go to RHEUMATIC PAINS
your chemist and obtain a supply to-day, LUMBAGO

a, SCIATICA

OUR GUARANTEE

De Witt's Pilis are
made under strictly
hygienic conditions
and the ingredients
all conform to rigid
standards of purity.

Na GRD

for Kidney and Bladder Troubles
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1951 RARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGI SEVEN —

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C°i. A SSIFIED ADS.! PCRLIC SALES | FOR RENT Harbour Log | Sugar: British Bart | SHIPPING NOTICES q

nn cane per agate line »n week-days —————____
TELEPHONES 2508 a c per agate line un Sundays, Minimum charge week 72 cents and
pian 2 ek) fo. ee minimum charge $1.50 on week-days 96 cents Su"days 24 words — over 24 In Carlisle Bay

| and $1.80 on Sundays. words 3 cent d 4 c por ted dry mixtures of ug cl 7 li N ti | St hi
Marriage ¢r Ergagement | FOR SALE j j word on Sundays; = mee Yacht Marsaitese Sch eneabitens cried fruit and suet or other a n a ona eams Ips
i asdbesneneteeliatneentelaailaelereiceenctiereeditaniaineienteadesnteaditdl tite A aN

















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its in Carib Calling the| D RR. Sch. Lucille M. Smith, M v_| With or without pool, will be pee |








































































































































































































































































































charge is $3.00 for any number of words | | HOUSES Precise, Sch. Francis W. Smith, Sch.| hibited from December 9th, 1951, 7
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each| ,,Minimum charge week 72 cents and| REAL ESTATE additional word. Terms cash, Phone 2508 cents Suldays 24 words — over %4| | CLIFTON TERRACE—T, Sch. Phyllis Mark, Sch. Augustus B ee , : ae = '
. worn cent cord wee ? c CE—To an-approved | ~ = in London Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
between 8.20 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death i enis a wo wee 4 cents a) . _ tenant. Furnished House, Upper Bay St. Compton, Sch. Turtle Dove, Sch. Mary - CAN, CRUISER 29 Aug 4 Sept 1) Sept 14 Sept
Matess oils ate & On word on Sundays, _ Offers in writing will be received by Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. Ali|â„¢M. Lewis, Sch. Laudalpha, Sch. Water The General Licence under the | GAN) GHALLENGER :. 8 Sept. 11 Sept aa 20 Bot 21 Sept '
: e | Courtesy Garage, White Park Road, up modern conveniences. Appay on premises. | Luly HL.. Sch. Florence Emanuel. Sch.) Dried Fruits Order, 1951, which| LADY RODNEY 19 Sept. 22 Sep: 24’ Sept 3 Oct 4 Oct i
The charge for announcements of to 4.00 p.m. on Friday, 21st September, 8.8.81-¢.¢.n, | Marea Henrietta, Sch. Philip H. David-} a thorises the sale { these im-| SAN, CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept S Ces 10 Oct 11 Oct >
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknow!l- AUTOMOTIVE 1Ri—tor ang ; (2) * EMerk CHUN conteterncnmmntninmapeiviiembeciiiinmsamemmas T= ° es Pct opice Eng ’ LADY NELSON +» 10 Oct 15 Oct 15 Oct 24 Oct. 25 Oct
edgements, and ‘n Memoriam notices is maged by fire. Truck can be seen FURN.SHED HOUSE—“Cardiff", Max- ARRIVALS ported dry mixtures, and which ;
$ on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays! CAR—American Austin 7 ; a their premises 19.9.51—3r. well, from October Ist. Ph 8172 % was issued on March 27th last to = —————— '
Me mux nuvber af weds ip 0, endl ae 2, | |” et onya.9.5i—in. | .5:S-, Alcoa Pioneer, 4.015 tons net.} Cable traders to dispose of exist- NORTHBOUND :
3 cents per word on week-days and , 7 ‘| ALBION LODGE Barbatees A ols ee are pevine, a Martinique e : onl tof cispos lies th , Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives ans 4
. . < s . : . . opposite Strathclyde er ce, sta - 7 ss coa lgrim, 3,931 tons net,} ing stocks and of any supphes tha Barbados Birbados Boston Halifax ntteal 4
additions w a ee eet « ica steaw Pea sane Sai Capt. on 20 060 square feet. ups tre, four nian Sn Ger eek coms — Haagensen, from Trinidad remained to be “imported under | LADY NELSON 16 Sept 17 Sept, 27 Sept, 28 Sept 2 Oct ,
Raison. Telephone 2252 r phage ae ete., rs dining Sands, Worthing With Fridge, Silver | ¢ ea cae ee ae tons net, contracts made before February | LADY RODNEY 16 Oct 18 Oct 27 Oct 28 Oct 1 Novr 7
5 = a, awin room, sitting room, and Linen. To an approved tenant 7 * ‘ a Se? to mennntad $n co ee *
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL OF i: 4 16.9 inlloaan kitchenette, kitchen and large store- Apply to Alma panier No. 6, Coral 4 Ist, 1951, will be revoked, | The M.V.“CANADIAN CRUI SER” is expected to arrive. hére 33
TRE WEST INDIES, JAMAICA, B.W-L) CAR: Ford 10 (X-353) in good order. | house, garaie Di a aeniawid’ oe a 18.:)51—-On oa —B.U.P. (bout the 24th September, accep ting cargo for St. John, Halifax, “~%
APPLICATIONS are invited from Co Appiy immediately to Beryl ‘rull, ‘Clem- | 2?US*- o, saree encic yare anc - - - b as " " ’ | Pow a ontreal ¢
sultant Specialists ‘for poate as part ertvule’, St. Patric k's Christ 'C hrist or ee ee eee eee 8 at aa 1. {OVX GARDENE—New sapgeth Douse F iin ierce, toe mattioh ph neo ee ie: | ee a hewn : ae — ia
tame pecialists at th University |S. Butche: McEnearney & C 9 "3 bedrooms with wash-bowls. Lounge . . ‘ . _ | ™
College Hospital, in the departments of ae ee 46. 9.91—3n | “The undeneianed eI cBeS ner nein’ 2, and Dining Room etc. $80.00 monthly — — sae + eee RATES OF EXCHANGE
College Hospital, 0 the Gepartments of s —S| |, The undersigned will offer for sale at Dis! su” Between 9 and 1 ie dons net. Capt. Stoll, for British ab GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents. :
Surgery and Dermatol CAR—One 8 H.P. Morris Sedan ‘n| eee ais Se. | 3% 18.9 51—2n $s 219 . Pa tte | hes
ee ee Se a vulroes aati eenwie O seal ag High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the a, S. Benny, 2123 tons net, Capt September 18, 1951 | ah a ¥
first. instance y Lowland, Christ. Church of Bavell & 2st day of September — 1951, at 2.30 p.m. | THE CAMP—On the Sea, St’ Lawrence. | )°S°Es™. for Trinidad. © S/0% pe. Coeadues ox
Specialists appointed may, by| Skeete. 18.9.5.—an. | _ the. dwelinghouse known as “TRE- Fully furnished Dial 8357. Act eer Se, TS. tains net Bankers 61 6/10% pr. |
arrangement with the University | __seemeee ee | LAWNY", with the land whereon the 169 Bh—t ¢ nb ANivAre’ mes Ce ‘ Demand | ~
of the West Indies, be required] CAR—1947 model fluid drive Dodge |! 2m Stands, containing by estimation | ARRIVALS — By S.S. Fort Amherst Drafts 61.45% pr 2
to lecture to medical students in their] Sedan. Cx tic f ne as new, (2200 Square feet, situate at Hastings, | Se EW Et Sight Drafts 61 3/10% pr ce |
porticular specialty. Remuneration for| Price reasonable, fan be oooh ot Silver | Cort Chureh | S Albert Daniel, William Harris 63 6/10% pr. Cabie :
i senate ates be pavabial Dealer cs oe > : a - eo Silver Inspection between the hours of 4 p.m WANTED = m TRINIDAD 62 1/10% pr. Currency 60 1/10% pr. | win
b iversity College of the West|J. Jackan. “19.9'51~6n. [272.6 P-m. on application to the tenant DEPARTURES By SS. rag Sag CANADIAN SERVICE 3
: behing v.4 } Por pa culars a 5 2, | etl ata the Artanis me ES S.S. Fort Amherst] 5 , s x ) I . ;
tad » honorasio;m at the rate of | or particulars and Conditions of Sale, | 7 ~— — By e M br tiver ‘ a 4
ee Le | eenty to For ST. VINCENT . .e
£20 per annum. A nominal parment) CAR—Six Cylinder Chevrolet Touring PPS COTTLE, CATFORD & Co HELP A deK. Frampton, Sprott, C1 MAIL NOTICE . From Halifax, N.S. & Montreal ;
ai the rate o Ww per annum ¥ "| M-648. In perfect order, good tyres. | 9.9 51—6n " Anderson aoe ot ae — _
made by the Hospital in respect of | App.; to C. §. Goodridge C/o Wilkinson EXPERIENCED SHIRT M.\KERS For MARTINIQUE 3 5 J , :
ae FS ; : ae : “ < s — fepnigh cena pad aie cede =XPERIED s M. $ or 2 J Mails for British Guiana by the Sch. | \ _Expected™ Arrival
ao al vt zr high ey r ay & Haynes Co. Ltd. Dial 4267 “The undermentioned will offer tor sale Vanted at the Reliance Shirt Factory, Lilian Phillips Francis Wi fimith will be closed at the | Montreal | Halifax Bridgctowa,..
be ained_ from the i 1$.9.51—2n. |by public competition at their office, | Palmetto Street 13.9.51—én ] ror NEW YORK | General Post Office as under:— 5.8. “POLYCREST ne av pte -
ae t “Hospit nd bn ne | James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 8st | —_- —— SS Se NRE L. Ashby, Milton Port, DeLisle Craw- Parcel Mail at 12 (noon) Registered | jy ope > > Aus aoe ~*
i shines ne pits = MOTOR CYCLE—Velocette Model 200| September 1951 at 2 pm TEACHER to t h Spanish and Maths] ford, Ejmira Morris, Maybel Quint ne, | Mail at 2 p.m., Ordinary Mail at 230) .y POL: vara . Aug = .
Rearesere sath ie. hag ame aes New, just received. Courtesy} That desirable two storied freehold! to School Certificate Standard. Minimum | Clarence Bryan, Edith Todd p.m. on the 19th September, 1951 5.8. “SUNPRINCE" 1538 ment on \ - “
Seital Manager end Sécretty, Dalton 19.9.51—3n dwellinghouse known "as “Culloden Sualifications acceptable. School | C : Re : ory . a
a . ee lew", situa > ~ isd. icate ade or London Matriculation —-
ver.ity College Hospital, Mona, Jamaica VAN—Fiat Delivery Van in good work-|joder and. Dalkeith Boston Of Cull Apply in. first instance in writing to U.K. SE RVICE -
B.W.I., bore the 3lst of December 1g atdar. Appty Springers Garage; Tinos enti ieee ne hel Stenddnansher Mod tHith Setcot . 7
1951 19,6.51—1n. | Spry Strect : 18.0.51—St. sect She Mee cele ete! Rogbuck, Seta *9.9.51—1n BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL From Liverpool and Glasgow
inepeinanenciantiniied - en _ > " jos an 7 : ; Expected Arrivat
open verandahs, bath and toilet down-
SSS ELECTRICAL stairs and upstairs, four bedrooms (one MISCELLANEOUS TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES | pa nppaenies eT suet Rates, BeydReiowe, i
BOARDING. & LODGING lite Oe x] Mah eee Sed tothe) S Tw6 Meewants i aiaeaas SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12) 2 “DORIS CL UNERS" . Get” Fw te 31 Septomyct iy
“ROS > . | rooms, garage 7 : , 4 ene
— also — m : cRosu. REVRIGERATOR - Nee Ca LONER Manel Se he ee ic OPPERS : Two Racking Coppers | o'clock noon on Wednesday, 19th September, 1951, for supplying; —— eee aictlehedebeedei aie : waa Sata
LUNCHES for CITY cL ERK > # c $999 J, a b a : oi - vs - . abou } diameter impson . : ~ 2 . i : : 7 - " a ~~ 7
Reasonable Terms. At Rus-In-Urbe Courtes age 18.9. 51—6n wie hay chpent Sita. on aputincen ee im “hae es gh Sage eT er Me oe eT ee —_ — eee
Crumpton Street, Centrally located ee with the owner Mr. St. C October, 1951:— } tapes a osival
REFRIGERATOR Gibson Refrigera- ner St. Clair Hunte] LOAN—£9000 @ 5% secured by first Expected Arrival
nig! coral siMulepbone aunt Apply tors (American) 5-yewr guarantee. Auto | ‘Phone vee 3 Ty chawen ae mortgage RMerwood: & Boyce (1) FRESH BREAD Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates, Bridsetown,
. > i Tyre Co., Cr. Trafalgar & Spry Sts 7 + k Co., 9 51— 9 on
9.9.51--4n 7 18 9.61—3n. | Solicitors. , 19.9 51—4n (2) ALCOHOL mv BRUNO’ 11 Sept 12 Sept 21 Sept 1 Octobe
y= { | 9.9. 51—6n (3) COFFINS, and providing HEARSE for the burial of the f
YOSSI OOOOTIT | FURNITURE AUCTION PERSONAL dead at the Westbury Cemetery. Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
x x SURE ne Gua rennya (4) PURE FRESH MILK, between 100 and 200 pints a day| _U : aes kale all | ee
. ¥ +—~One : s mre
xs 1 1 ‘ x drawing room suite comprising of: 2 UNDER THE SILVER The public are ae a, warned against only. : : ‘ 7 . oS
% | % Rockers, 3 Chairs. at : seater satted HAMMER giving credit to wife Cigapendies Forms for the respective tenders will be supplied on application | ROYAL NETHERLANDS ee ee ae ee ae
“ m | wi ipholstere unlopillo cushions SHOP CI L (vee Thomas) agy oi do. not ymyself | + the S te f the G ie ital 4 tenders will t be i
ms x and ent md table, also Birch dining Or THURSDAY See aah rs n mi responsible for her or anyone else con- |? e ecretary 0 ne senera ospital anc ende tS wi no bs STEAMSHIP co.
s table an 4 chairs. Practically new | aero’ e ve will se acting o| bts a . i ys . 3 < j , » > “ spi iret \
% y | Phone Mrs. Parkinson 2730 : ,ohe Shop Building with 2 roofs covered| unicss bys written order signed by me entertained except they are on forms supplied by the General Hospital SAILING FROM EUROPE
% x 16.9.51—3n, | With ve iron, situated at the “ “LIS HENDLEY Persons tendering must submit at the time of tendering letters +f ee a September 1951 ' Gl , tlanti Hy
*. corner of Chapel and Hart Streets, near ' » Hi . . _ a ; af . ACON—27th September 1951 { ale., ransatlantique ))
$ x LIVESTOCK Plantations Ltd. Sale 2 o'clock Rose Hill, 4, | {tom two other persons known to possess property, expressing their | “ salLiNG TO PLYMOUTH AND { : ;
s ° % | TERMS CASH 18 9 51—2n, | Willingness to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the : _ AMSTERDAM SAILIN
¢ 2 | —————~ | BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO 1.8. ORANJESTAD—Sth October 1961 LING TO
% x MULE—One large mule suitable for 7 vl ea thie ave’ hacane Sainte Raa contract. SAILING TO PARAMARIBO } ENGLAND & FRANCE
P eae rs 1e public ave hereby warne ains :
x FOTICE 3 plantation work. Rose Hill, sat, GOERS 0k aig uctioneers givine Wa ab ee a Sine Terms of contract and any further particulars may be obtained | |, | dont Le a { r
“ 7 cS e “Ke | we bi 1 September 1951. “HO AROCORNE” 9 =
x s mn = —~:| etre ae octet lial Sonne on application at the General Hospital. “Ss ICON 11th October 1961 “GASCOGNE 22nd = Sep-
°UP—Alsatian Pup. One pure brea 3 s espons ys SAILING TO TRINIDAD PARAMA DIN te ar ria S ris
x e | Alsatian Male Pup father pedigree im- PUBLIC NOTICES one else contracting any debt or debts] — 14. ee 51 tn, 2.0.0. | ; AND BG on | Meet. ohaewe Po Rane
S q | orted dog. Appiy: Hill's Dairy. Dial - Ay ty fame unless written order ——_—__+—~ — ‘a —— | 4.8. BONAIRE—24th September 1951 \ renee e, Gue oupe ¢
. . 5 Ql size 5l—In Ten ae rs » nie ts | SAQTLING TO TRINIDAD & CURACAO t =e "
. It is with much regret 9: and ia conte per eget ner Tage Re dol aid Signed COLERIDGE GILKES, WS HESTIAW2 , or. |} “COLOMBIE” 14th October
% that the Management % PUPPIES — Poodle and Pommeranian | minimum "charge nate ns Ge Bonhens vinta Road. e ea ert steninalananie is new | ALS. BOSKOOP imei LON. vin. WRMrLinInNe send
anas puppies (Black) 7 weeks o ia 3. | and $1.80 * ‘ a 3. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD Guadel : ’
. a a hieaa 18.9.51—2n on Sundays. | 9-81 ~2n A | iuadeloupe.
announces that after ¢ és ‘“ Agents, |
. » rs \ e \}
% Thursday, September = % MECHANICAL NOTICE PA R K E R SSeS = \{ SOUTH BOUND
} ‘ ae Ey : : t
oe 27th eo | 1s hereby given that it is the inten- it | —
Da va r vi . tion of the Commissioners of Highways { The Auxiliary Schooner - “naecan oo as * 5
> the Club’s Cinema will % WIND MILL—Phone 4124, 18.9.51—3n. | of oe respective parishes of Saint sou Vet as | ory - NSL! ae seine ee
~ 1 ‘ Joseph and Saint John to cause to be will accept Cargo and Passengers ; ah ran, q
. 9 mN 4 » be : ® . pate ’ $ be CLOSED. Due to the 3] 2 Lawn mMowEeRs—Phone 4124. | introduced into the Legislature of this | s the only pen with the Aero-metric Ink System { for Trinidad. Sailing Sunday 16th Grenada, Trinidad, Britistigg)) «a
% s mall attendance of & 18.9.51—3n. | Island a Bill authorising them to in- Gifts, Curios, Jewels | ’ })}) instant at 9 a.m, |) and French Guiana. MY en
& ca . : . , © | crease the salaries payable to the respec- Antiques, Ivory, Silks | mat The M.V CARIBBER. will | =
& Members, for quite some X} One (1) Johnson Sea Horse Outboard | tive Inspectors of Highways for the erld Ete., Ete., Ete |}{} accept Cargo and Passengers for }} | Abobbting Pilecsecte “S
= time the Management > Motor with separate 5 gallon tank. Out-| porishes to a sum not exceeding £500 oer eae? ? } Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, + pling Terg,. a
ime, : $$] Put 10 h.p. Engine, condition as new. | per annum, and the travelling allowan- : Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing Fri- Cargo and Mail
has been reluctantly % Apply By eee ons rereen oe peamee ; ces payable to the said respective In- THAN rs “ohe MV DAERWOOD in 3
oe aitns cc a1 ach, 5 . pectors 5 3 8 ‘ | . 2 w n
for ced to make this > one wine oo ae ma ne Pr. Wm. Hry. St. :: Dial 2466 } accept Cargo and Passengers for 7
tes % MISCELLANEOUS per annum, such in- . . . % | St. Lueta, Grenada and Aruba |
§ decision. % s | creases to take effect as from the Ist Lilt: Dadnateteeabes ton aden Ueeect kh. M. JONES & Co id. :
. | day 1, 1951. — ; ; ° “f
Owing to the large X!" Anriques — Of every — description | OS TED tne An day of Sept. 1951 Tih DAte BF, Rebarture ee. Bp notified Y
e ay oft CC smas nc | Gless, China, old Jewels, fine Silver YEARWOOD & BOYCE, | BWI. SCHOONER OWNERS AG
$ Operating in the Inland it $| fess" ylaaere ana, Ss Solicitor i i} ARRDGRARIORY tec) Ht Phone
Oo a fraphs ete, a es n e 16.9.51—3n ee, ele o, 404 |
s ¥ adjoining Royal Yacht Club |
% is not possible for the % L44..| OO | Ue
x . : | eS a oy
b always to show 4 —__—— > ‘ | | meee rep noe einen Ye sy
x Clu poe ‘3 ne ar]y st BUTTONS: New w Pretty Dress Buttons | EDUCATIONAL } | SS SS OR LET OE ~*
} é New Films as former y; % A fine assortment in White Buttons _prorerocesnseneae ei ee
‘ *. ac . . also jewelled buttons—from 24c.—48c.| LW. acaeeche easements inseantoes If uff (Y
$ and, as most of the Mem- ¢$ you suffer terri e ;
. ’ per dozen, ‘The Modern. Dress Sho NOTICR ‘ h a 10 DAY NEW. FLA li
%,
« & bers wish teeee Pictures x Taichind. eoooaet 2.0.08 ‘ LOREe BOHOL ' ordinary a oe nes boss walk | * Ss S s
_ @ at their first showing, 4 %| DEFOREST HOME—One used Deforest | | The school will re-open on Tuesday,| kill the germa Other | HOUSE a wyer ae
% there is not. sufficient | bome—study course covering Radio September 25th at 9.45 a.m symptom: Re NEW FEATURES Ba 3 cies
SS %| reievision—sound. Dial 4660. Cozier.| New boys not yet examined for] Disorder: are Scanty, aie and NEW PRECISION HASTINGS BARBADOS HOW THEY RUN”
ss patronage to keep the % 19.9.51—3n. | Entrance wil: present themselves at the te nth tae, Ostting Nights, NEW T | Under new management. TONIGHT, and
& Sy ba RENT akeR s ‘ 4 schoo! at 10 a.m. on Monday, 14th umbago, Nervousness, BEAUTY nie Sg '
ss Club's Cinema running. | “Corron FUJIBITE:-Really a good | September Dizziness, Cireiee ve under Daily and longterm rates SEE HOW THEY RUN
x 16.9.51.—1 wk. Rf Quality in Pink, Peach, Lemon, Blue} Boarders are expected for dinner at Bye and Rheumationty poor: Apes quoted on request EVERYDAY
x BY] sna White. Ondy 56 cents per ard. | 6 p.m. 24th September Grater Et Pe ewolren One fenratom Permanent guests THE PUBLIC
PC ntatndiaibatait tetas ati ee At Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street CYRIL E. STOUTE ing the c “4 > ie ’
LCC EES POCSSS > 19.9.51—1n E Secret ' ey aad coatietaly eae eee Dinner and tie ktail , RY
— = Goy. Body, Lodge School. | bles in eight days. Get Cystex from | * ta JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
“FRICO” Wholemilk Powder made in| 19-6 51—an_| any Chemist on Guarantee to put | p Pe parties arranged, and
| Holland from milk of the world You,sight or money back. Act Now! ICH AND GRACEFUL STYLING §. 5° « | J. H. BUCKLA VARE
| famed Frisian Cows is now available LOST me rotee you will feel better and leadership in performance these j , . >, ND, HARDWARE we
as follows Oli Sime e) BONO Beet | Gn ie Cc vst ex in soe 7 SMG AAS ‘i Proprietor. For Good Value d
an ab. Sb OG She eee may | CASE-—One Brown Zipper brief-case ant ee | combine to make the new Parker * 51° the { SSS
obtainable a your groce a oats two Passports and airways P co i ark- —
AUCTION fi cute rs Seber feteeathe che awa tne Oh Ln -J Wa) |. itis Aeroaneste tt Spa. tel - a asa aE
otton Factory, . ic 19.9.5 able Aero-metric In stem ...aWwho ‘ . “2 . , . -
16.9.51--3n. ; Peer s new, scientific saad of drawing in, 24 GAUGE GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS
gy a on cw, 8c
| — athe ) SSS SS SSS SSS . at
6 ” GAS STOVE: Modern, practically new. ; se " ;
AIRY HILL \]| Automatic control Oven. 3 burners, 1 ts ‘ toring, safeguarding and releasing ink a a 34c. per ft °
Grill Toaster, Inspection invited. Phone D w Pa *S1° gi : sleet sade . ies bas
St. George Ill 9 16.9.51-—3n A s s the ne Parker * 51° gives the finest oAa tus CULAPEST PRICE IN TOWN
. g | jen performance ever known, SILVERY SHEATH | mR
LUNCH KITS—For School Children.
° iplete, nforta carry-all with See this grand new pen at your Parker i wAT
TO-DAY cenat te ainining “tpt, Vasvons Yicexs —nentiens Shan aagt sigateraeeg Ligealpe CENTRAL EMPORIUM
We are favoured with instrue- } ard plenty of room for sandwiches. $2.83 Friday classes at the Aquatic Club will start on the 2ist }}! gan Sele ob: eaagens Eh ned itd P ER BROAD & TUDOR STR
tions from Mrs. C. S. Lee to ee aa jeg Saha al ag September. » al art ON WHE veath inside the barrel. You'll want to ’ _
dispose of the very fine collection a 6 Ltd : sie The Modern Dress Sat i aetitas 9 : swn the new Parker ‘51°... or give it as @ NEW FOTO-FILL FILLER aS SSE : SS '(
of Mahogany and other F urniture aheone, 15.9.51—6n aturday classes on the 22nd September aly ‘al gift @ NEW INK FLOW GOVERNOR : EMMA AMEE ere
as rm 2c lOW - da or 1 ve |
Connoisseur Viewing from. 19 -ll| “eae an Acne? e%, “Dial M88. : sses are being formed for Ballroom Dancing afid Keep , eee © NEW PLI-GLASS RESERVOJR 2
a a.m [Diss cemnretaeer st aS Ry ae Fit. Apply to Miss Ransom. Telephone. No. 8555. PRICES: © NEW VISIBLE INK SUPPLY 1s
Â¥ pias wu Rn ~
¢ 1947 Hillman Ten Saloon, Mile- SF sant icenichoraisinalalinateentns |S Rolle Gold Cap $24.05 Lustraloy Cap + «9 44 and 4 other great advances 12 r ‘3
age 25,000, 4 New Tyres, Brakes TERRA-COTTA \ BUTTER COOLERS. THE BARBADOS SCHOOL OF DANCING LID. *
velined, Bxee lent Condition Just the thing for this hot weather { * m (BARBADOS)
throughout. For Sale between 1 Fellow the simple instructions supplied > -
and 2 p.m with each cooler and have nice firm but- |). 2
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Barbados Water

Y y e,e

Contests Exciting Fram
Y 3 ye e
Start To Finisty
TRINIDAD, Sunday (By Mail).

The Barbados water polo teams took time out from their
games on Sunday to visit Maracas Bay, one of Trinidad’s
most talked of beaches. There, they spent a pleasant day
swimming, playing beach cricket and eating under shady
cocoanut trees.
The Ss Gascogne which

brought the teams to Trinidad The games so far have been

docked in Port-of-Spain at ap- P!ayed at night by floodlight. The
proximately 9.30 on Friday remaining two matches will be



morn-

in Several members of the Played in the afternoon. The
Trinidad Association were on the Barbados teams are taking the
dock to welcome the visitors and tour very seriously. Some have

after clearing customs and talking been visiting the Yacht Club dur-



with the Press, the teams were ig the day to practise while others
taken to the Hotel Normandie. especially Delbert Bannister and
This hotel is in a small district Charlie Evelyn are doing a fair
known as St. Ann's. It is just off ®2mount of road-work, These two
the Savannah, not far from Trini- Spent the early part of Sunday
dad’« @--ernment House, morning chasing the Trinidad

race horse Rock Diamond Tor a

» y Gr 5

The ena series £¢W furlongs igh aa EW eREAN
were played on Friday night The Field

against the two leading teams in The field of play is approxi-

the Trinidad league, Kingfish who mately the same length as the one













played the ladies, did not have a in Barbados, but appears to pe
full representative team as some auite a few yards narrower. The
of their players were sick. They Offside line is not clearly indicated
were po match for the quick and Barbados players find it
swimming Barbadians and the difficult to keep out, not having
match was a walk over for the @ proper guide flag on the touch
visitors line. In the four matches played

Ocean Giants “A” proved to be £0 far there have been no fewer

tough obstacle for the Barbados than eleven goals disallowed foi

The Giants are all good offside, although on the first

swimmers and their defence line "ight a strong tide helped to swell
is a powerful set-up led by Harry the number
Smith who visited Barbados last Governor Rance will present the
November. Smith is the outstand- trophies to the winning teams o
i Trinidad player in the series Wednesday afternoon following
o far. Their forward line, how - the final test. A farewell dinnet
\ lacks proper finish. They will be given on Wednesday night
re well fed by their backs and at the Hotel yrmandie = in

3 n get the ball goalwards, honour of the visitors who leave
t ir finishing shots are weak, the follgwing day to return home
The Giants goalkeeper is Barba- arriving in Barbados on Saturda
dian born Keith ‘Katie’ Stoute.

TP . 7 . ‘
— Big Thrill For

The fir Tests played on Sat- a
urday night were most interest- London Athleties
ing. There is no doubt about it

that the Trinidad teams have im
proved greatly since last Novefh-

ber. The Barbados ladies} found LONDON







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WEDNESDAY,

SEPTEMBER 19, 1951



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PRIMO. CARNERA, ecx-heavyweight boxing champion of the world,
and now &ne of the world’s foremost wrestlers, gets a grip on Pinetzky

of Germany,

continental Your.--Express.





whom he defeated in

Rome in the first contest of his

Wint, Parlett Dead Hea Australians Wickets Will Be Covered,















Visitors Impressed |e

By Baby League
” >

Work
the
Barbadiar who
has been in U.S.A., for 45
years, and Mr. Alvan Wharton, 4
machinist of San Fernando Trini-
dad, looked in at the Children’s
Goodwill League yesterday mo
ing. They were shown around by

island, Mr

TWO

Clarenes

sitors to
Bryan,
the





Mr. John Beckles, M.B.E. Both
were very much impressed with
the work done by Mr. Beckie
and Mr. Bryan commented: “Thi

place and what it stands for is of
great benefit to the island. i
believe it has God's blessing.”
Mr. Wharton said: “This work
is praiseworthy and extremely
commendable.” To Mr. Beckles, he
said: “Keep this good work up
Mr. Beckle afterwards took
them to St. Michael's Girls’ School

where they were shown around
by Miss Burton, Headmistress
From there they went to the
Nightingale Memorial Home at
Black Rock.

Here again they commented on
the good work done and comment-

ed on the homely atmosphere of
the Home. ‘ They were also vey
greatly impressed by the sur-

roundings of the building and the
beautiful vegetable gardens

Mr. Bryan, who left the island
yesterday evening by the s.s. Fort
Amherst said that he very much
enjoyed his stay in the island,
sspecially when it climaxed with
the little tour yesterday morning

‘Kort Amherst”’
Calls Here

THE Furness Withy
freighter Fort Amherst called yes-
terday from New York via Trini-
dad with four passengers and cargo

passenger-

for Barbados. She had 43 in-
transits on board.
Some of the Fort Ambherst’'s

passengers are making the entire
cruise with the ship. During the
ship’s short stay here, they invaded
Bridgetown selecting ‘memoirs of



: ; IEY. Sept wicket at the ‘ : ». Barbados.”
. most difficult to get through im A London athletics crowd had This deitie ciate boa West pe ee ee ee The Fort Amherst sailed for St
.o —_— fom was chiefly ~ one of the biggest athletics thrills Indies Cricket team will be affect- The West Indies have expressed Vincent during the afternoon
» s = excellent saving by e ; 1 - deci ; ; ed even pass . > » re
Trini Bg seas i $, an b f isions made agree it v S$ arr? » & s 7 .
THinid id goalkeepe i ep in of the season when Arthur Wint, ed by a number of decisions n their agreement with this arrange- Eleven passengers joined her here
dé 5oaikeeper Josephine ihe giant-striding A.A.A. champion by the Australian Cricket Control ment
Gate sister of J yateliffe «BY 5 ee ied : pat Waal
tcliffe, ’ er of Johnny Gatclifle from Jamaica, ran neck to neck Board. Future cricket Te: with The Board announced that a FLOUR ARRIVES
bo fe rs custodian. ang finished in a dead heat with England will also be affected by New Zealand team would t THE S.S. Alcoa Pioneer dis-
Josephine was in top form and it aa a ; . we the decisions. ; ia it 089.10! ones % arge sre yesterda 1,000 bags
took repeated tries by the Bar- John Parlett, European 800 metre tere Baneethsy ot the thourd: said Australia in 1953-1954. New Zea, charged here ye sterd Ay ; od g
bados forward "ine before Peggy champion, in the half-mile event ‘ =e : ‘ = He he land have asked whether this tour of flour, 1,282 bags of cornmeal and
past her just hatre helt time on Wednesday evening. M.C.C had heen accepted necthe Foie i allow v team to tour other general cargo she brought
- ’ b , : . . eou é rice ! ad me season, | Jew rleg :
The interval found both teams f The crowd of 10,000 rose to its West Indies team The Test 4 the South Rtrican season sat et *} aa ae sonsigned — te
*xtremely tired anc 1e Barbados ts ‘ = : as é atche 3 jane a Sy 5 spon “ ¢ ss erheoinll ae ; . .
ext ly tired and the Barbados feet and cheered as Wint and matches in Brisbane and Sydney jesponds with the Australiar . ca Ble FR age ge
team did not look as sure of them- Parlett battled up the straight. So would now be played between 11 . . Me srs. Da Costa & Co., Ltd. while
selves as they did at this period Close were the runners that the a.m. and 5,30 p.m, and in Mel- Th> Boara will inform the New the cornmeal came to Messrs. A.S
the night before, However their Judges could not separate them in bourne = and Adelaide between Zealand authorities that it will be Bryden & Sons ar ae pa
condition proved better than their deciding the winner. Their time, 11.30 a.m. and 6 p.m glad to consider the request if General Traders Ltd. le Pioneer
opponents and in the second half | min., 51.6 sees., is one of the ‘annthine Sete mubsestion was: Zealand will supply further left port yesterday evening for
they were .to get three more goals, fastest ever for the half-mile. that ihe 200 runs daliocrenn rite detai of the proposed shortened Caripito. She is consigned t
It was a most interesting game It was a magnificent race, Par should he. altered to the M.c.c, tour B.U.P Messrs. Robert Thom Ltd.
and the Barbados ladies will have lett led at the start, only to be standard of 150 runs, and this was QPP PDP LODSDDDPPEVI DS SDSDPS SDE GIOSGS SIG GIS >
to keep playing their best if they overtaken by Wint at the begin- ajso accepted by the Board. % ;
hope to win the series One ning of the back straight. Neck It was also agreed that the R G L oO RB KE x
mistake by any member of their and neck the pair ran, quickly pitches be entirely covered during & TO-DAY and TOMORROW 4.45 & 8.15 p.m
a may well cos nem the leaving the fleld behind the West Indies tour. iis will be 1% : . ’
team iH ee the | g th ld behi Ww Indi Thi it $ , 4 , ‘ 19 p %
series so evenly balanced the Parlett, who himself is tall and the first time that a Test pitch] ¥
teams seem to be at this stage of long in leg, appeared to be taking has been completely covered in x SITTING PRETTY %
the series, two strides to Wint’s one, and at Australia, The usual procedure s$ ah s %
the end of the first lap was just in has been to cover both ends of |% CLIFFTON WEBB — MAUREEN O'HARA
Exciting te _ front. Their speed in the fingal lap x AND
The nee 8 first test was evel was astonishing. Parlett, famous ae ‘ % H TRIDERS
ar ee é eeetee ee. for his finishing burst, went past W hat Ss On % T E OU , %
eee at 3 xe eaneen Dee. oo Wint, who, much to the amaze- r 1% J Bas %
Dados put their top seven in the ment and delight of the crowd, Toda 1% JOEL McCREA ARLENE DAHL g
> ors . « 2. ) , ‘
Weer coud. the Trinidad playert put in that little extra effort in the ° Pit 16 House 30 Balcony 40 Box 54 S
have shown that man for man lant hal?’ ward te * als the end a Police Courts and Court of ss vs a aia Ae
the teams are almost on an equal Andel nace ” ae Original Jurisdiction —10.00 ¥ COC CCCCS OCP S OSG SOSS so pA A oer
footing. The Trinidad forward line ~~; me : 4 SOP LOL LESSEE ELSE EFL PES ELSES SOF SSA SEAS
ae eon The great Sydney Wooderson is en ; .
is again their weak link, Had they the ue e a ats me y oes eB. Christian Mission Chancery ig %
had Roddy Bynoe, who they claim MWe only athlete to nays run 4 Suit—10.00 a.m. > %
is in good shooting form along faster half mile in Britain, Mxhibition of Photographs by | 3 e , %
with Rex Eckstein and Dave , The meeting, the City Charity the Barbados Camera Club % \ i a | ¢ exe éW (¢ § () %
Bareant, it would be impossible Athletic contest for the Financial at the Barbados Museum % Ot %
to forecast what the game would Times shield, was the first to be 10.00 a.m. to 6,00 p.m. ‘ |? $
have been like, It is rumoured held in London under full-scale Police Band at St. Peter's 1% x
that Rex may come in for the floodlighting. Almshouse—7.45 p.m. _ “ _ %
second test which takes place to- Another great cheer went up mithivelmae Caner aie et RED CEDAR SHINGLES %
morrow afternoon. He has been when E,. acDonald Bailey won 6.20 p.m % ® %
out of the water for several weeks the 100 yards invitation race after Globe -The Out Riders and Sitting | o * 4 + + t $
now, but Trinidad feels he will leading from the gun. His time sinus ene tere oa a | DOUGLAS FIR SIDING x
definitely strengthen their chances. was 9.8 secs. It was his first ap- 1 Wives —~ 5.00 and 4.39) pom | %
Play so far in the men’s series pearance since he equalled the 100 . Bridgetown — Praekfire and ms ‘ 7 ST 3
has been on the rough side. It metres world record. Sugarfoot 4.30 and 8.40 pom i¢ DOUGLAS FIR Jol S s
seems that these tactics will con- rae _Oistins Danger Woman 1 x
an Canyon %

tinue for the remaining matches,
so evenly balanced are the teams
and so keyed up are the players
The referee has already brought
two players out of the water for
major fouls, In the first test had

W.L Team For
New Zealand

not Smith been taken out the re- WELLINGTON. New Zealand

sult might well _ have been a Eight members of the West
draw. However, it seems that [Indies cricket team which is to
despite that fact that a player out tour *Australia are expected to |
of the water means a certain goai arrive in New

Zealand on the



for the other side, players con- Akaroa on 25th September
tinue to take chances. They will leave two days later,
Over 600 and are expected in Australia on
The games have been well September 30th
followed by water polo fans her \ T he eight travelling on the
Over _ five hundred spectators ‘ karoa are: J, D, Goddard, the

captain, D, Atkinson, S
P, Jones, W
Christiani, J.
Valentine,

J, Stollmeyer and G. Gomez will

Guillen,
Ferguson, R. J.
Trim and A. L

attended the first night and over
six hundred the second, Barbados
too is well represented in the
huge crowds, Besides many
Barbadians resident in Trinidad

join the team later in Australia
well over twenty other Barbadians Other members of the team who
who made the trip especially to will travel to Australia later are
see the games or whose holiday F, M. Worrell, E. D. Weekes, K. T
coincides with the tour, have Ramadhin, C. L. Walcott, A.’ F.
turned up regularly to hail for Rae. R E. Marshall and K. Rick-
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Rainfall: Nil

Total Rainfall for Month to

date: 5.69 ins.
Highest Temperature: 87.5 °F
Lowest Temperature: 74.5 °F
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The Legislative Council yes-
erday passed a Bill to amend the U
our Department Act, 1943 We have in
Before th Bill passed a
ion’ble H. A. Cuke told the MILLINERY
ouncil that while ihe would vote ary
or it, he did not think it was at DEPT
all necessary for Barbados
; sally fine
Moving the second read of a really fine

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Secretary said that in connection assortment
with the Bill to make provision
for the protection of wages and of gorgeous
worker he mentioned that sev- ‘
eral conventions had been signed B d l
by member states of the LL.O Tl a
including the U.K. and if they .
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“I have very little to add to
he Objects and Reasons of the
sill” he said. It is considered
hat there should be legislation
o grant workers facilities of V 7 s
ree communication to the La-
our Department, and the offi-
cers of the Labour Department 10, rT; 12 & 13 Broad Street

€

t

hould be given the same pow-
ors of interim inspection as under
he Factory Act, 1947 and that
he Labour Commissioner, Assist-
nt Commissioner

legislation was
and Flowers
and the La-






bour Officers should be prohibi-
ted from having any direct or in-
direct interest in any undertaking «
under supervision and shall be -
equired to keep secret even af-
ter they have retired from the
public service, any commercial or
manufacturing ecret or pro-
ri es which may come to their
knowledge in the course of their
supervision.” |

The Hon'ble the Colonial Sec-
retary then moved that the Bill
be read a second tire |

Bill Unnecessary

Hon'ble Mr. Cuke said: | ee,
think that in giving assent to REE
his Bill which I intend to vote |}
for, I should like to make it clear
that so far as Barbados is con-|
erned, the necessity for a lot of
these bills does not exist If of
course the U.K, has consented to
being a member of these con-}

ventions
to fall in
legislation, I am willing to do so,












they
line by

and are asking us|

passing such

but I am not
jutation that
ing passed to
in this island,
lo not exist.
“Conditions in
are very

accepting any im-
these bills are be-|
remedy conditions |

Such conditions

many countries |
shocking, so perhaps it
is a thing to try and get
these things remedied, but a lot
f the things included in thi
vill are not needed in Barbados
for instance, giving a worker
access to the Labour Com-/|
nissioner. Every worker in Bar-|
y»ados has free access to the La-|
bour Commissioner. |

good

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vause Great Britain has signed | taxed nerves. The special ingredients of
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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,. 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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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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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"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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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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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. Siillrepillls With heal pruul hiimllr :i sizes St.i:i. IS.lt, KM* Kelllei 111 Pis. S1..-.B—:t.U7 Mnmn ius— J: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 7e—81.36 CoBca l'..is SI.III— $1.46 Milk Jilus 62r.—$1.19 Sui:nrs 59c. CnlTrr Mills $4.911—SIII.SS liill'ORTANl ALL BOOKS REVIEWED IN THE "ADVOCATE" NEWSPAPER CAN BE ORDERED THROUGH THE "BOOMTOWN" AND JEWELS OF BRANDERBURGOpenlnc FRIDAY 4.3 A 1.15 I Columbia Bftf Dotihle T—MEN 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 % %  I II! 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.



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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.