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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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ESTABLISHED 1895 THURSDAY, SE2°EMBER 1951

20,









Commurt}sts agree to
resume iuce negotiations

Attlee asks Kirig to

Majesty's condition
dissolve U.K, Parliament

cause for alarm

BRITAIN KING “is N.A.T.O.

gives

PEACE









King George will dissolve parliament

Attlee Wants A
bigger Majority

LONDON, September 19.

. PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee on Wednes-

day night announced a General Election for
October 25.

‘ Attlee made the announcement in a radio broadcast
before leaving for Scotland on Thursday to address
the Scotland Labour Party.

Attlee summoned the old Parliament to return on

October 4 instead of the previously planned date of;
October 16.

The old Parliament will be dissolved on October 5
by Royal Proclamation.

Attlee said in his broadcast that, ——
the Government has carried on the
affairs of the country with a very
gmall majority in the Commons,

Attlee continued “I have there-
fore asked His Majesty the King
for whose speedly restoration to
full health we all pray, to grant

CRICKET TEAM

Lo:

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British Empire
Alarmed By
King’s Iliness



a dissolution of Parliament” r ‘
J I Se o

“I consider that the time has King Osslaws “neato” lirties

come to ask electors for the re- “ Y dee “se





3ritish Empire from
and raised fears that

alarmed the
end to end
the frail ailing Monarch may have
to undergo another surgical opera-

newal of cenfidence in Government
| and to give it adequate Parlia-
ménfary support in order to deal














































































with important issues with which | tion. the Allied line ie c
it is #harged at home and abroad. Not since the King was operated oe aid that the three majority parties
Attlee met with his Cabinet as}on in 1949 to prevent the loss of , N troops northwest or | . Social Democrats, ve als
~wenapers » exid a fe > gs have > ritis rs . é 1g at , asterr ( ) iar nd Conservatives—
newspapers headlines said a Gen- oy i a ois legs have the British MEMBERS of the Barbados Cricket team who left Seawell yesterday — | the iw , sap ae aie” Mise t ala te th Pn liamentary
eral Election would be ne id | people been so concerned about rni 1 B.G. Airways rial : : c - achon reservoir punehe ee ented on 1€ ihamenté
his health. x morning by B.G, Airways speeial chartered flight for British Guiana out a 1,000 vards advance ‘oreign elation: Committee
October 25. | From All Quarters: Back Row, Left to Right: C. Bradshaw, C. W. Smith, W. A. Farme te : ; . .

The Evening News and the’, The vague medical > ieee t | G. Woo@, B. Atkinson, K. EB. Waleott and N. EB. Marshall ; ” oth Sides U.S, Marit routed |] i vere te ue, Dt cee
puiaiiaeéeae a a ‘issued last night gave lit for- : ae . Ras ieees : ae SERIE aw /9, Marines routed last Con YI aft in Ottawe
Evening Standard Pee ae ae capiel “he Sore mY: yf "that } rQ aaa ™ Left to Right: K. A Branker, G, Proverbs, W. Green munists from a strategic hill far “Tha t De anaes atiaibe wianet net
don Daity i Mirror I Se ogee ‘structural changes” otherwise U.S. Ambassador ‘ se gh _ ee, serie (Capt.), BE. A. V. Williams (Manager), C. Kunte W ould L ik Bs To ther east after breaking their|\..q to a breakdown of negotia-
See in prec ea ng that an unexplained — have occurred in $ : e resis tack w = ia ae spectac . " Hone about the nclusion of the
election was imminent. the King’s lung. ‘7 | ittack with flame rowers ist sal

Attlee met for 85 minutes with . To Tran On | i Sf Fi | ti y ant uP countrie oP

Ministers today although some But that was enough to confirm . ai « > b op If 1 ing” .

of his top aides including Foreign | t0 ees Britons that the ager His W ay Home a lan eace r a el R b 1. 0 0 F l

Secretary Herbert Morrison and | condition is serious even if not / (By HARRY FERGUSSON) ( ‘eet Up

Chancellor of the Exchequer, dangercus, ane ons force bes Henry F. Grady United State \ 7 NEW YORK, Sept. 18 Communists Ask u y |

Hugh Gaitskell were out of the Be Acusteattn ot oi pecgoase oe Ambassador to Iran left Teheran | q e The situation in the Korean * - MOSCOW, Sept. 19

country. next mola #4 ana New ealand |to-day to retire from diplomatic | a OL e wine is that both sides would like For Meeting Of Steeple-jaecks began climbing

The Prime Minister saw the King yes. flame pointed to the por life after serving a frustr ating } } © stop fighting but can’t find the spire of Moscow University’s
yesterday. That was the sam sip” oF an o ation whic 14% ‘months in “thi¢ eT ny way to do it. Meanwhile the I iaison OMieers seen. yp OBA. mentntihmmncinen.. enti aden
procedure Attlee followed in] performed, may occur #0071: Wiest eee on Russia’s southern cs pas tp ; United Nations army and Com- aa ‘ . ing’ on Wednesday to put in
January, 1950, just before he an-|!y the presence of two surgeons ret i aia | i : OTTAWA, Sept. 19 munists have been trying to keep TOKYO. Sent. 19 place a 12 ton ruby studded with
nounced the election on January |among the nine doctors who held | q, eis y, oe Seat rea i000 00 : Italian Premier, Alcide De Gasperi, met the Big Three again] pressure on by making local and Clonmmuniet paaaae ; wah: Hatare ln five point Soviet Red Star on

a conference at Buckingham Pal- | A" 1elping save Greece from}! today and said that negotiations to revise Italy’ race | limited objective attacks aoe asefire negotiators} its top. The 38 storey temple is
er Communism came to Iran hoping ' = , > laly S peace a) Ton 84 4 asked tonight for two. separate rs ater » fc he
@ On Page 8 ace yesterday and issued the bul- I , ” The United Nations has had the to be completed in time for the
re ay ¢ sued the bul-/t, set up an American’ economic treaty “are going very well ee eee . has _ meetings of liaison officers tomor-|academic year which starts in
Tin aaa rticularly i . ‘ing fo 0 Cor-fi.. : 46 7
| Only five doctors were in the }** Th roy ts teat ¢ b | Today’s meeting progressed so smoothly that Ministers} the matter of casualtic whic h bres eae ht he os ae a the autumn of 1952.—U.P.
. ugh t f s > } mae i ‘Ts who ac wanderec
TO DAY’S WEATHER consultation which preceded the rough no fault of his he lef agreed to let their substitutes handle further discussion ome localities hive been run t . '
a Me. + c , with < 5,000,000 U.S. loar till : . ru into the Kaesong neutrajity zone ”
ho on the King’s legs in}tangied in’ Red tape and . | aclear indication that the Big Three and It have reached | ™n8 at the ratio of about 20 to} accidentally ' CRICKETERS IN a.
¢ 6 t < » ane é ‘ . one 4 : ‘ed Natio ce ee oe (From Our Own Corresponden
CHART Secondly, the sudden decision of [@Cemic rocks because of oil a definite understanding on the method and the extent of Canale iafadthtw ‘idewey’) I parecer ! Ns on C ent nd a EORGETOWN. Sept. 19
Sunrise: 5.50 ‘am Queen Elizabeth to cut short her | 24tonalization. the treaty revision opened the door for resumption of hut Barbados cricketers rrived
Sunes: 6.01 pm. holiday in Scotland also, She had | , GEASS td Ayer ie ss OY en . De Gasperi met with U.S. Sec-]| ceasefire talk If Communi t| It was indicated that the Com safely on Wednesday and wert
Moon: Ful planned to remain at Balmoral! tndie. who will arrive soon fi retary of State, Dean Acheson.] Commanders on the scene could; @UMst High Command might ce met by the Cricket Board offici
; . Castle until next month 3ut she « 2 O ck » d ft {British Foreign Secretary Herber ; re ; | Sup i reply » t fYer by . » Net tising i
: t | e 7 . i Sec i ferbe } the decisio oO ves i ply | he offer by the nd the pre N practising
es Pee 6.24 flew back last night with Princess Earth : Tremors: Bermuda r ere ( oO Morrison and French Foreign Min-} truc ; { ik yer Oy P oun m : * ; | Supre me United Nations Com- [be on Thursday and Friday and
nites a ’ eer toes Elizabeth and the Duke of Edin- shaken by earth tremors at B 10 | ister Robert Schuman for 30 min-|zgain tome : ; but en ; ‘T'! mander General Ridgway to re-[ the first Test starts Soturday
how Tide: 16.90 an, to tae burgh who leave for Canada and |a@.m. Tuesday, Disturbances lasted 2 ) . ute ; 7 ts — hee yut i ; is obvious| ome armistice 1 dilatioy
Bb 5, Lam: Sy ae ate the United States next Wednesday. |from 10 to 15 seconds. No damage | ult | ersia Their meeting was preceded by] j, / ah a ue y are Vv aiting for iti
UP. was report | = ey ats ; Throc prota Fy 1igmer authoritit o decide and A series of rapia fire develop-
eee | it w es the first quake felt in 25] a private Big Three Conference} higher authorities are in Moscow| ments pointed toward a decisive|| The “ADVOCATE”
¢ ’ z in 25 / 4 an ‘. “ a wy : oto § 1 Peking turn soon inthe le z deadlock
years in this resort ar | ABADAN, Iran, Sept. 19 French agreement was apparently |?" > von inthe long deadloc
I Prai 2% : weds [ranian Oil 3oard = on!reached on the sched ile i : re Plavyi : wT Which began, . with ' CAMOUT _ for NEWS
e ec S | | Nehru Praised: The ‘Times ednesday ordered two senior fyision aying For Time charges that United Nations had Dial 3113
| pré aises Nehru’s fight in the New "4 British officials of the Anglo-Iran- ‘A delegatior ource eo : pe e violated the neutrality of Kaesong 1a)
ery Parliament for th ian Oil Company to leave the {fi#f: insié Oe ha Oe ees ee n order to gain time while 2 where negotiations were conduct- °
lot Sac strat cell nations ae . ‘ountry by Sunday he 2h vi ‘i © ant ithe rrie ‘ make up their minds, C 4 ager sd until Reds broke them off Day or Night
ef pé j t } 9. tlie before iverted argument far from on August 23 uP. _
eu er’ bey roposa jtion of Hindu women alth« h the The Board withdrew the resi- general treaty revisions was thel real issues involved * pone
Raweeepes often has bee ritical dence permits of James F.C biggest problem but added “that They oh ‘ "|
f Ji $ t ete 7 ali sap 39 hey arge that there hav
[or his policies 7 toward C ina,! ningham, Superintendent of OT : mae ; ree . Ane ca ‘ been 200 violations of the neutr ,
BERLIN, Sept. 19. Japan, Russia, Kashmir anq_ hi | A LO.c communications, and}|pave settled th P mee 43 sain of zone since September 10, The; } e ] ¥ wT
East German Premier, Otto Grotewohl, rejected West Ber- TOME Thefenee: anal eae : ca the Company’s}4° declaration to be. issued. inj © even break them down into| @ s d x w éé
lin Mayor, Ernest Reuter’s proposal to unify Berlin through | three civil defence organizations | ping Manager here Washington when De Gasperi| “#ys by saying that last wi k |
gE atio dat \ t here ext weol nere 4 ¢ iolation 0
free elections and repeated his demand for the unification Jand called for intensification of | , The Board replaced Cunning- |‘! Wh “ ote bells, te rege en ON” Monday 16, on Tuesday 29 on| 9 " ” @ @
a 1" 7 * rile ) on € ras- | We ‘ 1 . é ‘
of Germany and the withdrawal of occupation troops. (civil defence work throughout the | ; ae at with an Iran-| jeri will address the U.S. Con-! Wednesday four | ¢ Xs A
Grotewohl warned West German Premier, Konrad Ade- |Â¥-8.S-R (held technical information from |Stes% the first 2 an Taken, ppet. ie. ean ASE
nauer that “rearmament means war” oon announcement of the merger | them CA aay statesman has been so honoured.| done i » file a large number of
, . ’ ordered special attention to ¢ : U.P. | accusatior hich give them]
He assailed the West German Government for rejecting . ie
- > ‘ } “ ¢ organization of clubs in ville age | They gave no reason tor Box omet # to talk about while}
the Communist proposal to hold all-German talks on unity. |that not even a single collective | expulsion but it aie ma th Setnerempemearivemmemmrane \ they evade the real issue, That
‘ ‘. farm. state farm or machine! they consider him responsible fi ssue is where the demarcation line
In a belligerent speech Grote-, points used by Western Allies lt eg + ; s . Fr ‘4
3 , s , s t * tractor ste v me h.| the departure f five Sritish |) Ss ill be drawn between the tw
wohl said German_unity and a/to pass through the Soviet Zone oO - rion, eee _ OS eget tugs whee wo Tees al Ke ~ P T he T SR | ine if chA when a aitaice |
Peace Treaty would be attained | to Berlin would be closed ‘ steel anabechetahia aide aiaat | Navy escorted from Abadan to | WASHINGTON, Sept rrranged (U.P.) ” | =
despite the Bonn refusal, and However Allied ome, Said Accuses Judge: Bookmaker! Basra on Sunday |} Admiral William Feet te ler] |

int that Communists w ould their latest information indicated | Harry Gr¢ screaming accusation | . 5 aid on Wednesday the United| * |
hold unity talks with West Ger-|that the majority would be kept)at the Judge, went on a sitdown rrum Special Oil Envoy W.|States must maintain its troop T I . at
mans over the head of the Aden-|open and only a few closed. et ai os c ; erell Hh rriman offered to try | A iat! ‘ |

Y tril i the v ess stand te ' in offered to try land weapons o ( y t Oo >
aug ee ‘ caraew oi Ss TO tn of Reu- nor et ; + mc aes oy igain to mediate the explosive per te vie Boys Yi pM mu Raide d In me:
Srotewohl spoke in a Soviet |ter's appeal for Berlin elections ve : , ' Anglo-Iranian oil dispute but not | «yy ; From Our Own Corr
5 ; € . W ¢ have ¢ ’ i . Oo o pondent |
Zone factory at Fuelstedberg as|was considered by Western offi- month investigation of . bling on Iran's latest terms ' { aes vena ‘ ft GEORGETC WN. Se Pe i9 |
Western Allies awaited the clos-|cials as’ proof that the Communist |#"d police protection which rocked peers Seer gee oe defensive| Police, were on. W i nesday |
ing of some of the interzonal | proposal to unify all of Germany official New York City, Gross yelled In a diplomatically tough note | 40? n Western Europe, in obita A mw ar Teng, My
crossing points to Berlin in a]was not sincere. Both the unity denunciations at the J who Iranian Premier Mohammed |'@iniand countrie und = island probing a mysterious raid on the,
tightening of the Soviet grip on] proposal and the new pinch on formerly was the cour Mos sadeg gh Harriman rejected he} Which fringe the eastern Asian | to mb of Josephine Grant, one of
the city. Berlin trade and traffic were con- jing criminal attorney request pass along the 15-day | coast the Mediterranean andj) '' ee ed in Monday morn-

“Reliable” reports reaching |sidered an attempt to_ frustrate ' ltimatum to Britain and urged|in the East”, Fect er said) ng raffic tragedy when a fire
Western Allies said all but two or | Allied plans to rearm West Ger- Amnesia: Captain Frederick j Mossadegh to “reconsider his }in his first speech since becom-| brigade truck he idlonged into a
three of the 14 East-West crossing ' many. —U-P. Fogarty reported issing roposals f etting new talk ling Chief of Naval Operatior | down-t6wn dry goods store

secret special weapons base was} *'arted } —U.P. | Grant buried on Tuesda
P ¥ found wandering through Albu- Harthwat notitios li y c the night sho
querque today 1 ompla , 6 et =ee 0) on wa ale ke tomb, ex c th
Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund | quer fede ga complaingd ot down nth, Hole to, Movgadeg 9 | broke the” tomb, extricat ted
: pl formation Officer] Saturday and released today , Da ae ae ae : “aa
Richard Wade said. Wade said he] the State De partment along with v olalions Re fused | pe ee pe enarey oe “de erase
THE FUND kept up its steady pace of just over $300 a day, yester-; was taken to the base hospital for] Mossadeg! note of a Print sell h_ flower plucked fr “||
day and so went past $11,000 mark. This is excellent going, and reflects | examination ay. Gk Har: raed " , cameo NEW YORK, Sept. 19 P
the fine effort which every one is making to help the unfortunate Jamaicans ur i strniies » x + kay With er tent imou that} Tt ric of oodooism, theft
Tour in Australia: Indonesian :
EVERYONE INCLUDES Foreign Minister Dr. Sut s Harriman warned that Mossa-~ |#nother Britist jevaluation is | or obsessic were dis 8k and.
You! rived in Sy fri Fran-| @egh’s ultimatum that the British hadowing the erling futures of| but police conte baffement

Did you fully realize that cisco for three-day tour of| se â„¢ 15 days or get out o1 the | the market i bankirig| far. The body was buried wit
before, and have you made Australia as a guest of the or }< y “will only further aggra- | source tod ed to give ut jewels or other valuables and
your effort? Perhaps you ernmen re re already serious situatior quotatior fo 30) va 90 a the ndertaker remove coffin

’ Ys at. ats » t ) leliveri« Ps orname

haven't so here’s another UP. p erlir So INterTneHt FULLY SUGARED WITH A
chance for you. Grasp it
to-day and grasp it well.

Come straight to. this / DELIGHTFUL FLAVOUR
office or stop in at one of eee
the Banks with your dona- e
tion. y 7

Please don’t forget it. PORT OF SPA i aoe _ | Man persor bolted aothe ( e | lowe ‘ of the skull, whicl EASY TO PREPARE

Am pre ack 0,793.60 . a e t t t ( I ( t ! trolle ic to have ee1 stol

Aaveusie Oo. Lit. mre Four young me gs a OF hot ae f I \ ; y b to

Jamaica Sufferers a teens and very personal i ee et re — WC)

Anon 2.00 ing David © Phase on es Sa wa t A t AND ECON OMIC SAL rOO i

he Qn Pew f . . reet

bi — Te tee ‘on ae Sc = Kenneth Pinero ar ear of Guil tk i th

Royal Bank rick Cassidy ere charged thi . mornir » rs ( i }

ee os 1s forcing for disurcéciy. kenaviour | _ Folk Mia ben “th 49¢ pe: ilb tin

Rex 1.00 tre n tt eae akd S * ae : :
anh . Rank D.C. & O} ‘ abu he I I
Me F ic eo woma ry id WN Ce e
j at 100 00 aan 4 oO oulc have f tened omeone
eral persons receive I é k arith rt ‘ and cause tI | ee . 4 r y
ound x an théy Ginead. Lape: nie. perintel Soa ge ig nme oer eee! TRY A TIN TO-DAY
sacar. Borkct : . . ' ‘ I ) 1 con- |
j | pa d ¢ be f tom r fo ®
* saat wall. From it amelie 49. eceipin EDDES GRANT LTD—A
“ Fro the l ‘ al ri € i tt ¢ | ‘ ‘ $9 ym per a om / ents
entry George Sandiford $1 25 in yesterday issue should read . ee ; | T G , Ss
Charles Sandiford $1 26 ; | ail





ONE My) A { : y t





Greece and Turkey will
be admitted to Atlantic Pact

.K. GO TO THE POLLS OCTOBER 25 |





PRICE: FIVE CENTS

WAR United Eotions beat off

Commu.



w

next month

Turkey And Greece
Will Get Into NATO

OTTAWA, September 19.

IPLOMATIC SOURCES said that the North
Atlantic Treaty Council would agree to recom
mend the admission of Greece and Turkey to the
12-nation defence pact. e 4
They said Denmark plans to inform t a
this afternoon that it will go along wipif tle eldven!
other nations favouring the expansion of the-
alliance. LY ig

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| Danish Forettn





| Bjoern Kraft: sayi ip- wv
( ] port the inclisfén ece and | “yr
TN. Beat Off: eit y in the WA rom 2, pn wv
I U.SAdficials said Den- ‘Y’
R li ik ha lready Tet it be
° would not tand ‘¢
ed Attacks |)! .038
i ‘anadian Minister for
EIGHTH ARMY H.Q., KOREA, ore Lester B. Pearson told
Sept. 19 veamen that Norway had ex-
United Nations forces beat essed 9 ral support for
vicious Communist co unter iltac i }bringing Grcece ind furkey’s
ind smashed ahead up to 1,00 750,000-man military force nto
yards in Eastern Korea, Reds ihe tre he

icked newly won United N: stion

A report from Copenhagen said

vill positions on the eastern fron’ it Denmark today agreed to the

under a curtain of heavy «nort: of Greece and Turkey inte
, t ) « ‘

ind artillery fire but failed to der : :

he Atlantic Pact. Reliable sources



























rAGE TWO



Need Calling

I3* J. P HARKNESS
CMG., "One Medical Ad-
viser to the Comptroller for De-
velopment and Welfare, left Bar-
bados yesterday evening for Wash-
ington vii Trinidad by B.W.1.A, to
attend the Annual Meeting of th
Regional Committee of the World
Health Organisation for the
Western Hemispher

Dr. Harkness will companied
at the meeting by Dr. J. P
O’Mahon¥, Director of Medical

Serviceswho also left yesterday
and Dr. W. Fitzmaurice, O.B.E.,
Director of Medical Servicer,
Jamaica.

The meeting opens on Septem-
ber 22 and closes on October 3

With Barclays Bank
kK. ANTHONY McCUwNEY,
son of Mr. and Mrs, Oweu
McConney of “frankville,’ Christ
Cnurch, returned to Britisn Guiana
yesterday evening by B.W.LA.
after spending five weeks’ holiday
with his parents.
Anthony, is with Barclays Bank,
Georgetown,
Architect Returns
R. R. FRASER REEKIE, Resi-
dent Partner in the West In-
dies of Messrs. Watkins and Part-
ners, architects of London and the
West Indies, returned to his head-
quarters in Trinidad on Monday
evening by B.W.1.A. after spending
a holiday. He was accompanied
by his wife and daughter. They
were staying at the Ocean View
Hotel.

srought Children to School
R. W. HADLEY, planter of St.
Vincent and Mrs, Hadley, ar-
wived here on Sunday in the R.M.S.
Lady Nelson for two weeks’ holi-
day and are staying at the Aquatic
Guest House.

Accompanying them were their
son Bruee, who has returned to
the Lodge School, their daughter,
S-lly affd their niece, Germaine,
who will be entering Codrington
High School.

M.P. Leaves For Trinidad
kK. ALAN LENNOX-BOYD,
Member of Parliament and

Chairmary of the Conservative

Party's Imperial Affairs Commit-

tee, left for Trinidad yesterday

evening by B.W.1.A. to continue
his tour‘of the West Indies. He
was accompanied by Major Eric

Beatty.

Atténded Daughter's

Wedding
R. GURNEY GHENT Man-
i ager of the Shipping Depart-
ment of Archer Coal Depot in
Trinidad, returned home on Mon-
day evening after attending the
wedding of his daughter Joan anc
Basil Brooks. He was staying with
his sister. Mrs. Walter Marshall of
Aquatic. Guest House

On Short Visit
R. ANDREW CHRISTINE,
Manager of the Central
Agency Ltd., left for Trinidad by

B.W.1.A. on Tuesday on a short
visit.
Intransit
R. W. H. GROGAN of Plan-
cacti wales m Brvition

Guiana was intransit on Monday
in the S.S. Golfito from England
where he had spent a holiday.

Off to Trinidad
M*: AND MRS BASIL

BROOKS, who were married
at St. Patrick's R.C. Church on
Saturday, left for Trinidad by
B.W.LA, Tuesday

on

vas acc
Jes:
daughters,

All- a cruise



MISS ANNE PEARCE, aged 19
flew from London to join the all-girl
crew of the yacht Leprechaun at
Gibraltar. They will cruise for two
months in the Mediterranean.

L.E.S.

For Three Weeks
I N BARBADOS for three, weeks’
1oliday are Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Belgrave of British Guiana
They arrived yesterday morning
by B.G. Airways and are staying
with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newsam
of “Ferndale”, Hastings

Mr. Belgrave is with
Mutual Fire and Life
Company,

Arriving by the same flight from
British Guiana was Mrs. G. Hale
who is also spending three weeks’
holiday here. She is staying with
Mr. and Mrs. Webber of Maxwell

B.G. Businessman

R. A. D. HACK, Proprietor an |

Governing Director of Hack
Cycle Store in British Guiana, ar-
rived yesterday morning by B.G
Airways for a month's holiday. He

accompanied by Mrs, Hack

their two sons-in-law and
Mr. and Mrs. Ahmed
Aziz and Mr. and Mrs. H. Alli.

Mr. Aziz is a soap manufacturer
and Mr. Alli a merchant, both of
Georgetown. They are all staying
at Worthing Guest House.

Bridge Party
HE Bridge and Canasta Party
organised by the S.P.C.A. to
raise funds for the promotion of
Animal Welfare in the island will
ve held at Queen's Park hivuse on
Thursday, October 4, at 4 p.m
Tickets are one dollar each and
include tasty refreshments. A bar
will be open to provide drinks at
popular prices
All bridge players are asked to
make up tables and sq belp a very
worthy cause. Phone Mrs. R. W. E
Tucker at 3439 and make sure of
your table

the B.G
Assurance





AMERICAN COL UMN —

ALASKA'S new gold rush is
on—with chorus girls racing for
£45 a week in nightclubs there,
compared with the £17 10s,
average -en Broadway Reason
Alaska has more men than wo-
men, and the woman shortage
has been made worse by the
arrival of thousands of well-paid
workers on construction projects.

HOLIDAY SHOPPERS

SHOPS closed today for
York’s September Bank Holiday,
so some men, thinking this was
an ideal “Shopping” day, got
into one big store by a_ back
window. Police saw them and
followed them in—but tonight
are still hunting them through
the vast nine-floor building.

UNFROZEN NORTH

MISSING—-428 icebergs
the North Atlantic. And
cares? Not the International Ice
Patrol, mystified by the fact that
this year only five bergs drifted
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dangerous. Lithuania in
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rade, absolutely O.K,.

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weeks’ holiday While there, he
will witness the intercolonial
cricket games between’ British

Guiana and Barbados

To Cover Cricket Tour
R. O. S. COPPIN, Sports Edi-
tor of the Barbados Advo-
sate, left yesterday afternoon by
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Liaison Officer

ETURNING
week is

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West Indian students. Mr. Mills
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can Civil Service, will take up
appointment at the Secretariat in
Kingston.

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students regret he is leaving Lon-
don as he has been most helpful
and interesting in their academic
studies.

Mr. Mills took a great interest
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versity cricket teams

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Yugoslavia Will
If Attacked

Russia

By

H.

1951

SHACKFORD

LONDON, Sept. 19

Yugoslavia’s Marshal Tito obtained virtual assurance from

the West that he will not hav
Russia or her satellites

re to stand alone if attacked by

There is no formal agreement. There may never be one. The

“understanding” is both unw

But responsible Western officials
concede that short of a formal
agreement Tito has come about as

close as he can to getting from
Western officials an informal
understanding that: —

1 The West would probably

consider an attack on Yugoslavia
as the start of World War III,—or
very close to it

2 The West having poured con-
siderable money into Yugoslavia
with more to follow would bé un-
likely to stand by and see Russia
or her Satellites seriously .harm
Yugoslavia ;

On July 21, in Warsaw Molotov
warned Tito that “The peoples
of Yugoslavia will find the road to
freedom and the elimination of
the Tito—Fascist regime.”



Would Involve World
Since then Tito has continued to
expound to Western visitars his
thesis that an atack on Yugoslavia
could not be localized—that it
would have to involve Europe and

much of the rest of the world
One of those visitors—Truman’s

Special assistant Averell Harri-
man listened to that thesis
recently and then made it a

special point of telling a Press con-
ference afterward he did not say
“yes” but also he didn’t say “no”
to it.

British Cabinet Minister Philip



Noel-Baker told the tenth anni-
versary of the Yugoslav uprising
celebration here Sunday that Tito
told him “the true meaning of
Korea is there will be no more
‘private wars’, If the nations who
want peace have resisted aggres-
sion in far off Korea they will

resist wherever it will begin.”
Noel-Baker said “I believe
fervently that that is true.” This
is the most direct evidence that
the West would consider an attack
on Yugoslavia.” It was given to
the U.S. Congressional Committee
in August by Genera] Eisenhower's
Chief of Staff, right hand man and
chief spokesmar Licutenant
General Alfred M. Gruenther,

“Very Close’

Gruenther said: “When
talking about the (Soviet)
satellites I gave it my view
that I did not think the Soviets
would be able to gét by with
another satellite attack (such as
against Yugoslavia) while every-
body stood by and said ‘let them
fight it out.’”

When asked whether he meant
that an attack on Yugoslavia “real-
ly should properly be considered as
the beginning of World War ITI.”
Gruenther replied. “Very close to
it. | would say if there is a satellite
attack against Yugoslavia we ure
very close to World War III.”

There would certainly be strong
support in Britain for that view
including strangely enough, sup-
port from Labour's Left Wing
which is resisting the size of the
rearmament piceramme,

I was

as

Support
The “Truman Doctrine” although

always subject to interpretation by
the United States itself promised
aid to any country that resisted
uggression or threats to its in-
dependence whethe; direct or
indirect,

The Atlantic Pact now that

Greece and Turkey are about to be
admitted as members could be
used. Pact members could decide
that an attack on Yugoslavia was

a threat to western Europe—as
most western officials agree it
would be.

Whatever the formula, Tito

seems assured of support in case
of trouble and the Western powers
hope that Russian knowledge that
the West would not stand idly by

and let Tito fall to the Kremlin
may deter the Kremlin from
carrying out threats against
Yugoslavia,

—U.P.

ritten and

J’ca House Pass

£496,700 For Ist.
Hurricane Relief

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Sept. 10

Tne House Of Representatives in
»mergency session this week dis-
cussed action taken by the Gov-
ernment following the _ recent
Jamaica hurricane and passed the
following measures:

(1) The expenditure of
700 for first hurricane relief and
rehabilitation work, such the
repair of public buildings and
grants to the City Council and
Parochial Boards for local govern-
ment repairs as well as a contri-
bution of £50,000 towards rehous-
ing hurricane victims.

(2) A new customs tariff
Which is scheduled
effect on October 1, bringing the
Jamaica tariff in line with the
recommendations of the Customs
Union Commission’s and providing
‘heaper building and_ recovery
materials for the island popula-
tion; and for the protection of
native industries.

(3) A Land Improvement Au-
thorities Bill, under which Gov-
ernment intends to take immediate
action to set up a Land Improve-

1ent Authority in the Yallahs
Valley area of St. Thomas, a
part the reconstruction pro-
gramme in that section of the
island

The Authority will be designed
to control the effective use of land
in this area and to give assistance
to farmers in increasing the pro-
ductivity of their lands

Further measures for
struction now being devised by
the Executive Council will be
placed before the House of Repre-
sentatives in the next few weeks
and include £1,000,000 banana
rehabilitation scheme

even unspoken.



£ 446,-

as

scale
to come into

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of

recon-

Rumanians

iL-x-Communicated

VATICAN CITY Sept. 18.

Pope Pius XII excommunicated
every Rumanian who took part
in the Communist trial and con-
yviction of, Roman Catholic Bishop
Augustin Pacha who was charged
with being a “spy for the Vatican.”

Action against Rumanians was
taken through the Sacred Con-
gregation of the Consistory headed
by the Pope himself,

The decree was dated yesterday,
indicating it was completed only
hours after the Communist military
court in Bucharest announced the
sentences for Bishop and_ six
co-defendants. The Bishop was
sentenced to 18 years of “severe
imprisonment.”

The Vatican degree
“major ex-communications,”
major ex-communication can be
issued only by the Vatican and
excludes a person from all service
and sacraments,

The step has been taken pre-
viously against Yugoslavians who
took part in the imprisonment of
Archbishop Stepinac, Hungarians
who carried out the conviction of
Josef Cardinal, Mindszenty and
the Czechs who restricted the
liberty of Archbishop Josef Beran
of Pragsue.—U.P.

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U.S. Consul Searches i
Ketch In Trinidad ="

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 18
What is expected might resolve into international incident
allegedly occurred at the American Pier, leased to
where
Argosy anchored alongside was subjected to search }
squad of U.S. marines in the presence of the American Con

United States under lend

sul General, Robert Hale.

The ketch Argosy flying the
American flag arrived in Trinidac
11 days ago under Captain Doc!
Osborne, British seaman and ad |}
venturer who claims he is now
leading an American “Osborne
Darwinian” expedition to Sout

America and the Antipodes,

Osborne gained international
fame in 19386 when he disappeared
with the Grimsby trawler Girl Pat
starting a Trans-Atlantic search



which ended in British Guiana; he
was a witness in London’s famous
‘Mister H” case ten years earlier
and according to his own version,
faced an _ Italian firing squad
during the Abyssinian war and
another during the Spanish civil
war.

Adventurer

He is @ self-acclaimed ad-
venturer, explorer and seeker after
rare South American medicinal
herbs, an author and international
Tover,

The new “hot spot” adventure
occurred a week after the ketch
arrived in Trinidad, According to
Osborne’s version, this new ad-
venture having received the full
approval of the U.S. naval base

authorities and the U.S, Consulate,
berthed alongside the American
Pier Tuesday, September 11.

On Friday Consul Hale accom
panied by a U.S. Marine Captain

and Navy Officer came aboard to
pay their respects where they
were shown some of the new type
of chemical » Buns and arnmuni-
tion he i carrying for Americ ur
firms for testing by ! is expedition
which started in the U.S. takings
in South America, the Pacific, New

Zealand ete.

Armed Guard
Osborne claims he loaned then
a special rifle and 250 rounds of
ummunition to conduct their own

test. But Friday afternoon claim
Osborne, Hale returned with an
armed guard and subjected the
hip and crew to an exhaustive
search tearing up floorboards
breaking into sealed canisters

containing experimental chemicals
and grilling the crew about arms
shipment

Consul General Hale
not to comment on the search ex-

decided

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Thursday, September

LOCAL
GOVERNMENT

THE bill to make provision for Local
Government in this island in accordance
with the Mauf@ Report has been presented
to the Legislature and the general expecta-
tion is that it will be discussed and passed
during the current session. The bill con-
tains 146 sections and 8 schedules.

It isnot now intended to discuss the
merits of the bill itself but it does seem
that such a voluminous bill of
, great importance, should be presented to
the House at this time with the grave
possibility that it will be lost at the end of
the session because of inconclusive debate
of its provisions.

The only public pronouncement as to the
date of the coming elections was that made
by Mr. Adams some weeks ago, that the
session might end about the middle of
November. This has not been otherwise
confirmed or denied but judging by the
origin it might be taken as official.

If the present Legislative Session should
end in November there will have been only
two months during which to finish off the
Order Paper containing some important
measures. An alternative proposition of
seeking a further extension of the session
until January would hardly be counten-
anced by the electorate. This however is
not likely because of the strenuous efforts
now being made by the Government to
have the election machinery well geared
and ready for action by the end of the
session. :

The present session began in De¢ember
1948 and having lasted for two years was
extended by an act which added one year
bringing the time to December 20, 1951. If
this official date is accepted, which would
mean an ignoring of the date given by Mr.
Adams, then there would be three months
during which to dispose of the bills down
for discussion. That includes the Local
Government Bill and that for dividing the
island into Districts for the purpose of Pub-
lic Health administration.

If the new bill is to be disposed of before
the end of the Session it might mean that
the House will have to hold extra meetings.
The issues involved in this bill are not such
as would permit formal discussion and pass-
ing of any except the title section. The
relative merits of the new form of local
government by means of district councils
sand»thateot the antiquated Vestry system
wili be raised and the protagonists of each
will still be indulging in weary denuncia-
tion of the other. And it is not to be ex-
pected that members of a democratic as-
sembly should be otherwise than free to
express their opinions on matters brought
before them.

It might be that as election time is at
hand old and prospective members would
desire to discuss the issues with their con-
stituencies before committing themselves
to an expression of opinion, This attitude
would be dictated by the fact that some of
them still regard themselves as delegates
of the people.

In any case this discussion of the issues
with the electorate would involve more
time and bring about the end of the session.
It might be that the changes which the
present bill will bring will cause many
of the present members to fall into dis-
favour.

The question is whether this bill should
not be passed before the end of the session
inasmuch as some of its provisions affect
the voting in many of the established dis-
tricts and are likely to be subject of con-
troversy. On the other hand it is possible
that this is the strongest reason for post-
poning the bill until next session.

In any case, this is not the time to be
tinkering with so important a measure and
having it lost at the end of the legislative
session.

20, 1951



strange

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Our Readers

Barbados could once

WHAT TITO TOLD ME‘ MAN GOING 100 FAST!
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Tito is in favour | Stalin does not aim| We must rob Stalin

of rearmament to
impress Russia
with the dangers.

at war, but there | of his propaganda

isa danger he will
fall into it.

claim to be the

friend of the poor.

THE RIGHT HON. ANEURIN BEVAN MP. in his second
report, of his two-day talk with Marshal Tito.

THE Yugoslavs
looking. people and proud and
courageous. Prime Minister Josip
Broz Tito is in all those’ respects
representative.

are a good-

But it was not necessary to go

‘Yo Yugoslavia for that kind of
information. All the world knows
it. Tito’s physical courage was

proved on countless occasions du-
ring the war, and his moral cour-
age was established by his break
with the Soviet Union.

Still many questions remained
unanswered,
Was the Tito of to-day, ap-

proaching sixty and recovering
from an abdominal operation, past
his zenith ?

Had he come to terms with life?

Was hs willing to trade at least
part of his revolutionary fervour
for the good will of the Western
Powers ?

How did he envisage the future
of his country ?

Was his insistence since the
break with Russia on decentral-
isation and democratisation a
retreat from his Communist prin-

ciples or an imaginative new
advance?
Thera was a great deaj that

only first-hand contact could clar-
ify, so my wife and myself very
willingly set off from Opatija, the
idyllic Istrian seaside resort where
we wero holidaying, to spend two
days with the Marshal.

No fake austerity

We had a pleasant time. There
is no fake austerity about Tito’s

summer home on the island of
Brioni, but it is anything but
pretentious. In Belgrade or in

Bled, the lovely mountain village
in the Julian Alps where the dip-
jomatic corps foregather in the
summer months, the “protocol” is
pbserved. Those who are im-
pressed by pompous externals can
have their fill of them.

Brioni is a different set-up en-
tirely, Tito likes using a grey
flone shelter On the beach, open
to the s@a on one side and furn-
ished with plain wooden trestle

tables and wooden forms, This
makes an informal outdoor din-
ing room, but it has alse

something of the flavour of a par-
tisan company headquarters,

Or was it the company rather
than the surroundings that gave
it this atmosphere? That could
well be, for everyone of the small
group cf intimites around the

of the Government, were bound
by stronger ties

They were all distinguished war-
riors who had been at Tito's side
from start to finish of his military
campaigns. They each knew the
limits of the others’ endurance.
Since character is as important a
factor in handling the problems
of peace as of war, this gives Tito
solid ground to build on. He knows
his men,

There wes no mistaking the de-
meanour of his colleagues towards
him. They were all at their ease,
talking and joking, arguing and
disagreeing on terms of equality,
Talk of immediate events switched
again and again to some anecdote
of the days of guerrilla fighting.
As they talked of incidents in
which many who were dear to
them had lost their lives, wives,
brothers, sons, friends, a wistful
look came over their faces.

His successor

It was clear that here was no
personal tyrant with a chasm set
between himself and those who
served him. They were colleagues
together, sharing an immediately
heroic past and now engaged in
facing the perilous present.

There are pictures and photo-
graphs of Tito all over Yugoslavia,
We were interested to find out
whether this implied personal
adulation to the point of semi-
deification as is the case with
Stalin,

When we discussed this with his
friends they just laughed, Tito
holds an unassailable position in
the affection as well as the respect

boast of

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,

A GREAT LEADER, VERY
MUCH A MAN...

of his colleagues. If he died, his
loss would be a personal tragedy
in their lives as well as a political
misfortune,

But there would not be the
slightest difficulty about a succes~-
sor. There would be no necessity
for a “palace revolution.” Indeed,
the constitution says that Marshal
Tito shall be the Prime Minister
“for the time being.”

There are a number of men
around him each with the status
of a possible successor, outstand-
ingly Ivan Ribar, President of
Presidium, Aleksander Rankovic,
Minister of Interior, Edvard Kar-
delj, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Boris Kidric, chairman of Planning
Commission, Milovan Djilas, Min-
ister Without Portfolio, and Moshe
Pijade, Vice-President of Presidi-
um. And there are probably others
in the back ground coming on.

But the succession issue is hap-
pily only of remote and academic
interest. The Marshal has got over
his operation earlier in the year
and is in excellent health, as I
have every reason to know.

Iam the world’s worst swimmer,
Tito is expert. When we went
bathing together, Tito, my wife,
and Tiger, the magnificent German
police dog that goes everywhere
with him, the three of them en-
joyed my discomfiture.

I explained that there is all the
difference in the world in swim-
ming in the Adriatic and learning
to swim in a Welsh mountain pond
about a thousand feet above sea
level, under a cloudy sky, amids:
a number of dead dogs and cats,

When I said this the Marshai
laughed heartily and promise’
that if I stayed a little longer he
would soon teach me to be as good
a swimmer as he was himself. Ac-
tually I very much enjoyed seeing
how completely he had recovered.

His tanned, compact figure might
have been that of a man twenty
years younger.

On the major international issues
of the day, Tito has clearly de-
fined views. He will not allow
Yugoslavia to be made a pawn in
any settlement between the Great
Powers.

« The Yugoslavs have been deeply
outraged by Russia’s high-handed



treatment. Therefore they will
co-operate in any international
negotiation only on terms of

equality.

Tito does not think that Russia
aims at general war. But he does
think there is a danger of her fall-
ing into it. Therefore he is in
favour of rearmament so as to im-
press her with the dangers involv-
ed

Naturally I Was anxious to find



Say:

had not yet been reached, but i!
might.

There is the short and the long
view. On the short view it is
necessary to be sufficiently strong
to deter any possible aggressor. '
this he placed his reliance on the

United Nations.

But being at the head of an
economically backward nation, he
was equally clear that
preparation alone was not tiie
answer to the dangers of war.
Yugoslav contacts with the satel
lite nations impress them to :
degree not always clear to tn
Western nations that conrentra-

tion on arms-alone can be self- |

defeating.
Stalin's bluff

In his view we must rob Rus?i.
of its propaganda advantage i
claiming to be the friend of th
hungry and the landless. The ac-
tion of Yugoslavia in breaking wit)
Russia had called the bluf..

Yugoslavia was poor but Russi
was attempting to make her poore
Consequently the West, in helpin
to build up the economies of th
under-developed parts of the wer:
was also contributing to effectiv>
defence against war.

When we asked him whether i
saw any prospect of “Titoism' d
veloping in other countries, s4
Italy, for example, he deprec iic
the use of the term. Each natio
miust work out it solutions of th:
modern problem in terms of i:

own traditions, in terms of its ow |
| beyond the known safety limits so that some
{future airman may have a better chance of

lccal conditions, and any attemp
to impose a uniform pattern upo:
aifferent countries could be der:
only by the creation of a bureau-
cratic apparatus which would
in direct opposition to a-free lif
for the people. This is what ha
happened in Russia.

He asserted that the forms o |straight and level, enclosed in an insulated

government that Yugoslavia ha:
had to adopt are temporary: tha
a genuine people’s democracy

being built up in his country, no
merely a democracy of politica
forms but one that reaches down
to the smallest unit of the popula-
tion and embracing not only th
elected representatives of the peo-
ple but also the workshops
which they earn their livinu.

in

I don't think that I can be call
ed an impressionable person I
have always been sceptical abcu
so-called “great-men.” The grent-
ness of great men ig often 9 by-
product of the office they ocrup)
rather than intrinsic in themselves,

But that is not the case with
Tito. He is one of the few men
whose reputation is greater afte:
personal contact than before.

His mind is extraordinarily
direct. Although a trained Marxist,
he uses little of the jargon wit
which Communist conversation
tends to be weighed down. He ha.
obviously assimilated its princi-
ples and has made them his own.

He can, therefore, talk simp.»
and directly to his people in their
own language, using the folk-lore
of their own lives and the figures
of speech with which they ar?
fimiliar. And he has a keen sens>
of humour,

I came away with the impressio.
that here was one of the great
personalities of the present gen-
eration.

His life has been spent on a com-
paratively small stage compare i
with the forum provided the Presi-
dent of the United States, the
Prime Minister of Great Britain
and the heads of the other West-
ern States. Nevertheless, he gave
the impression that ‘however big
the stage it would not overlay his
personality. I could see no evidence
of the “Grandeeism” of which the
Russians have accused him.

As he waved us good-bye on \he
little jetty in the late afternoon,
and we saw his erect and alert
figure, I expressed the opinion that
we hid seen a great leader who
was also very much a man,

out how far his views and mine
coincided in this matter. He was WORLD COPYRIGHT
quite clear about the perils of RESERVED
excessive armament, That, poiot —L.E.S,
hc a etic ee cmcett tiene
hundred times. And with the new rather than delay, make the in-

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FOR HIMSELF?

by Wing-Commander ARTHUR BRENARD

IF a bullet pierced the pressurised cockpit
of a jet fighter plane in battle more than 12
miles above the earth and missed the pilot,
would he survive?

Experts say he wouldn’t. They say, he
would die in a fraction of a second. His
blood would boil and but for the strength of
his skin he would disappear in a cloud of
steam. 'Â¥

Every day Britain’s jets fly faster and climb | §
higher. They whisk men to the sub-stratos-





pipe.
Can the human body stand up to the super



sonic speeds and extreme heights at which any

aw war of the future will be fought?

The answer may be found in the labora-
tories of thé top-secret Institute of Aviation
Medicine at Farnborough, Hants, where the
R.A.F.’s medical “boffins” experiment cease-
lessly to fit the pilot physically and mentally
to the new jet age.

On the eve of this week’s Farnborough Air









bombers flash overhead at around the speed
of sound, Squadron-Leader F. Latham, one of
the “boffins,” has disclosed to the Manchester
University Medical School some of the prob-
lems of supersonic flight.

TAKE RISKS

Squadron-Leader Latham is a doctor and a
Bachelor of Science. Most of his colleagues
have similar qualifications. Many are jet
pilots who fly their own planes, using them-
selves to test their theories.

They experiment in pressure chambers
which reproduce artificially the conditions
high-speed pilots find at extreme heights.

Sometimes the “boffins” deliberately go



What are the problems that Latham and his}
He has told the medi-!
cal students that while a jet crew are flying
cabin, speed and height do not affect them. |
But when a warplane is in action there may
be twists and turns. These violent changes of
direction produce forces which press the crew
helplessly into their seats and drain the blood |
from, their hearts. Black-outs and even uncor

And always there is the peril that a bullet
will break open the pressure cabin and ex-
pose the crew to the thin, lethal air miles |
} above the earth.

Squadron-Leader Latham explains thxt
Above 50,000 feet a pilot suddenly exnose:|
will always have 10 seconds of consciousnes::
in which to escape and get down to safer
regions. Above 65,000 feet the atmospheric 1
o essure is so low that the pilot's blood would |
boil.” |}

Another hazard the “boffins” are investigat- ;
ing is the amount of “G’—gravity—thc hu-
man kody can stand. When an airplane |
turns, the crew are pressed to one side in the
same way as a motorist cornering at speed.

i) jet machines this pressure isso great
that it is measured in terms of “G.” Thus
under a force of 3G the weight of a yiiot’s
body is increased three times. ¢

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La ua.a disclosed that the average pilot in,
the seated position can withstand forces of

5G lasting for five seconds without blacking
out.

Anti-G suits designed by the R.A.F. physi- |
ologists help to maintain the normal circula-
tion of blood and prevent blackouts at even
greater stresses. These suits automatical’y |
inflate and compress the pilot’s lower limbs |
and abdomen, assisting the return of blood
to the heart.

But the suits have their limitations. If
manceuvres are expected at high speed th:
pilot may have to lie flat on his face as he cun|
withstand forces up to 12G in this position.

Squadron-Leader Latham declares that in|
these circumstances ‘Support has to be given |
to all parts of the body, especially the head,
and it is even difficult to keep the eyelids open



as their weight increases twelvefold.”
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That Elementary Teaching

Service
To the Editor, the Advocate
SIR,—Except something drastic
or devastating happens, human

nature in some organisations re-
mains unchanged and unaffected
by the cries and grievtnces of its
members and others interested.
The St. Thomas’ one hundred per
cent. failure has causeg much con-
troversy and criticism which one
hopes will end after this letter
for there is ag much to be said
for it as against it.

That “all is not well” in the
Teaching Service is evident, and
deterioration has really set in; but
something can be done, and done
ouickly to prevent things from
going from bad to worse. For the
most part one reads criticisms
without any attempt at offering
any solution. There is always
cause, effect, and remedy to every
issue, and they who seek. to crit-
icize should offer a solution, even
if it is not accepted.

An Association fs not, always
able to get its voice heard. Some~-
times simply because of the
“fear” in its management, in put-
ting the observations and requis-
itions of the organisation, and the
‘Teachers’ As of

sociation i One

being the leading island in Edu-
cation throughout the West Indies,
many islands, even Trinidad has
taken pages out of the Barbados
‘Teachers’ Book and report splen-
did—and there was no Erdiston
yet. One can say fearlessly it has
lost or is fast losing such prestige
in Education, With Erdiston now,
we should, and could regain and
maintain our former prestige; but
one or two of the principal causes
of this deterioration need im-
mediaie attention and these are: —
1. The Old Teachers and 2. the
Modern Teachers and too the
Modern Parent.

To begin with the Old Teachers:

Fancy, in computing a New Sal-
ary Scale, these old teachers—who
have, without an Erdiston, placed
and kept Barbados ahead in Ed-
ucation after working for over
fifteen to twenty years ‘they and
their ‘good work’ are ignored and
insulted by putting them to begin
at the Erdiston minimum, to spend
another lifetime snailing to some-
thing worthwhile in this high cost
of dying day Is ihis justice to
those who were satisfied to re-
ceive two-fifty or five dollars a
month? Those who bore the re-
proach of many creditors only for
the cause of ‘example’ and ‘sup-
port’ of education to the young?
Is this justice? No. Injustice

set-up it is possible, in ONE YEAR
for a teacher to jump five of six
years incrementally to the Erdis-
ton Minimum, so in six years one
can get what another will have
laboured, and laboured under the
most grinding circumstances for
fifteen, even twenty years now to
obtain, Is this not sufficient to
cause even an angel to murmur,
to grieve, to sit back! Sure, and
more. '

Yes, one agrees, make Erdiston
a heart's desire by this financial
plan; but the ones who have la-
boured for fifteen to nineteen,
twenty years have passed Erdis-
ton minimum long ago, and should
be favourably censiiered, Even
the Rawlites who suffered gruel-
ling days were ignored, insulted.
Work your New Salary Scale but
with this amendment “that any
or every teacher male or female,
who by April 1948 have com-
pleted sixteen (16) years paid
service, be paid off-hand the "pre-

maximum (or semi-final maxi-
mum) of the scale to continue
incrementally to the final maxi-
mum, Nothing lower could ever

be satisfactory. They should never
be placed so low down the scale
as to cause them to be disgusted
and dissatisfied, Forego any back
pay—-though it would be appreci-
ted but forego any back-pay



cremental re-adjustment for the
past three years, and pay these
old tachers on this pre-maximum
basis. As one realises the nature of
their herculean task, too much
emphasis cannot be laid on this,
as much depends on the good work
of these old teachers—teachers
who, already have the knack and
tact of “getting it through to the
young minds’”—and to do this well
the minds of these teachers must
be at ease,

Work fast, fix up, and pay them
this rate from next month, or as
soon as possible, don't take a year
or six months, The longer the
delay the further down the ladde
we step educationally.

Erdiston, will take a few years
to show its worth, and with these
old teachers carrying on and giv-
ing of their best Erdiston has
every better chance. Let us regain
our place as leaders in Education,
we have the material, Other
islands will gladly claim our
material. Why should we go down
while others go up’? Many more
Adamses, Holders, and Springe:
can still spring from Barbados
We lead, in everything — ever
cricket—while others follow.

Let us keep the lead in
Education,
18.9.51 SNE-JO,

| Superson te speeds?
| The sudden braking effect would be almos: |
equivalent to a crash landing.

If aircraft ever travel at 1,000 m.p.h. man!
would probably be unable to operate the con-
_trols fast enough. His ré2rvous system would
lag behind, and would have to be augmented
by automatic devices.

“Carried to the extreme,” says Latham, ;
“this would amount to a completely automatic
| aircraft under ground radio control, with the |
| pilot taking over only at low speed or in,
| emergency.”
| Although problems of the new jet age are!
| being constantly solved, R.A.F, medical spe-
| Cialists are now wondering if man’s engineer-
jing skill has out-stripped the strength of his
|body. They believe he may be going too,
| fast for himself.

Squadron-Leader Latham concludes: “In
jthe last 30 years aircraft speeds have in-|
creased.sixfold, and it would appear that.
man’s tolerance is about to be exceeded. |

“Must we now wait for evolution to catch |
up with us?”—L.E.S,

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THURSDAY,

SEPTEMBER 20,

1951



SEE





HOW THEY

GEOFFREY HUNTE as the disguised German prisoner. startles
Penelope Toop (Pauline Dowding) and the Rev. Arthur Humphreys
(Otho Gill) as he rushed through the Vicarage drawing-room.

‘See How TheyRun’

Hlas Plenty Fun

(By AUBREY DOUGLAS-SMITH)

THE BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB produced a farce
entitled “See How They Run”, by Philip King, at the

Empire Theatre last night.

about fun, inéluding rolling on the carpet, a sort of circulai
chase by clergymen, genuine and bogus, through a country

vicarage

in underwear or pyjamas, and a*hold-up by an escaped

German prisoner.

‘Garden Land’
Inquiry
Adjourned

THE the death of
Norma Haswell, 18, of Fields Gap,

inquiry into

Bank Hall, who died of stab
wounds at Garden Land, St.

Michael, on Friday night, Septem-
ber 7, was adjourned by Coroner



G. B, Griffith yesterday until next
Monday at 1 p.m

Dr. A, S, Cato, who performed
the post morten examination on
Norma’s body, and Samuel Worrell
who identified the body to Dr
Cato, gave evidence yesterday,

Dr. Cato said that Norma’s face,
trunk and limbs were blood

staned while her nose and mouth
contained blood, She had an in-
cise Wound about one inch long
over the right ear, A stab wound

about one inch long was in the
middle of her back extending to
the bone while three incise
wounds about two inches long

were on the right arm. The right

wrist contained a two-inch incise
wound and small bruises were
found on the left knee,

Two large incise wounds were
on the left arm, each about three
inches long, and three smaller
wounds, each about one inch long,
An incise wound, about two
inches long, was found on- her
left forearm and a wound, one

inch long, was on the back of the
left wrist.

A semi-circular
wound was on the
bloodstained fluid
the stomach,

Dr. Cato said
due to shock
from the
in answer to the
nine-man jury,
of the
juries were
instrument,

five-inch
left
was

incise
thigh
found

and
in

that
and
injuries

death was
haemorrhage
described and

of the
that he
the in-
a sharp

foreman
he
opinion
inflicted

said
that
with

was

Samuel Worrell said that he
last saw Norma before she left
his home the Friday night of her

death. He identified the body to
Nr, A. S. Cato, the following
morning

15/- For Language
FORTY - SIX-YEAR-OLD Jos-

eph Bowen of Pass



Garden, St.

Michael, was fined 15 shillings
yesterday by City Police Magis-
trate Mr..C. L. Walwyn after he



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i1guage on Passage Garden.

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Engineer’s Widow Gets
$1,800 Compensalion

DORCAS GOODING, widow of
57-year-old Alonza Gooding, was
allowed $1,800 compensation by

A. Vaus



Justice H in in the Court




of Original Jurisdiction earlier
this month. :
Alonza Gooding of Fair View,

Christ Church. was an engineer at
the Roberts Manufacturing Co., St

Michael. While in the employ of








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“ a . ent sections of the school. The arrived from the U.K. and x,
6 » > as I ‘ » j Yrepartory Department, with 76 D. A. Fowles, B.A. On the a
FROM U S A Ac ademic Y € ar U lane ( vs goes to ‘the canteen at 12 ing staff is Miss P. Moore B.S
ome d he E clock; the Junior School with Mr. ¢ B. Williams, who recent-
aaa a rkers COMBERMERE SCHOOL took in 115 new pupils when tt 40 finishes at 12.30 p.m. and the ly returned from the U.K. after
F.FTY Ba_ badian worker - r I liddle and 1 ver Schoels with hgvir tained hi Teacher
returned trom the U.S.A, yeste school re-opened on Tuesday. Of these 63 will cok S80 teva, Huish ct 12.48 nan: a at ings Guess Waa.
day morning by Resort Airlines Junior School and 52 to the Preparatory Department. The Yany Vestry scholars are pro- n-Tyne, has resumed du-
Most of them had left here in number on the roll at the opening of the term is nearly 57! ided with a free meal in the tie J
June this ye while four others F § . . 7 ; . bs ae
at ee ‘ - . » these vals < > en ) ac tv- silat “calle Mrlatina se
since 1048 as many requests have been received. The total of the school [’°) - . es a risa en new ee von en-
r 9 : ? sabe ¢ tere ucen’s ollege ringing
Those who left in 1948 are is just under the record number in January 1950. Ti Library e total to 375. Mr = a
Beresford Greenidge Sa ae BS te transfers will only affect boys over the age of 13 who ha In school life work is high- Adan Acting Headmistress.
i » mee vaite i- ; u ;
ee on Pinte ; heen attending secondary schools ligihted by the beautifully I he newly appointed Headmis-
Edghill of St Philip and Ralph When the Advocate visited the in Puerto Rico for which pt ecuipped library which the boys tress, Mrs. Randall, is expected
Bay ards of St. Peter school yesterday Major C. Noott, pose he was awarded a spec enjoy visiting during their read- early next month.
Greenidge told the Advocate the Headmaster, was giving in- scholarship by the Caribbc 8 periods and for borrowing Four we Ww mistresses have
that du_ing his t. re » years in the Structions for assembling and Commission and has be books to take home. ' oined the hey are: Miss
USA. he worked at Seabrook “ispersal in the School Hall. This ed three years’ study Phe Geography Room, whi " M. J Piggins who recently ar-
Farn the Gieen Giant Co., ani “as done mainly for the benefit the purpose by «he was opened a year ago, has a rich rived from the U.K. and i
arm, tne Gieen sis eer sa he new students - wf lo d varied assortment of equip eucnin Domestic Science, Miss
it the U.S. Sugar Co., and found 9f the new students and they all Body a : Pe ma Bie (
cals iit ie we ty good aithou ppeared to be very interested. Text Book Scheme ent of all kinds tin 1 16 Monica Martine iu, teaching His-
Tote eae ain This term as the first term that y Jor la the / 1g!» millimetre projector and an tory, Miss Joan Watson, General
; ihey were not tavourable ‘omt - a . Major Noott told the Advoea': ; pidiascope Science and Miss E. Laurie
many of the other men, especia . erm re School has opened yesterday “The Text Book a: In the field of 1 ec mu ner Headmistress of the ‘Ales.
a } to those who came down to the | new academic year in can- Stationery schemes of the progr s8 h been mad t School, St. Peter, who is
= 1 Ba. in June this veel rmity with the standard edu- have been filling a very valua oe eS See Ce teaching Maths i : ;
: The workers who went to the cation practice in the island. need in the schoo! supplie Mr, Gerald Hudson and Sera tae aths. tor Miss G
! U.S.A., in June and returned yes- Formerly the academic year at very large volume of books | vests aeons and there mun ps i Mich ie
terday, complained that they h ’ one Sean 7. cannot been sold since the chi li ht “i ‘ ae bg at, the ea ex I ns Mi t als G - School
. tte a and ve change over to the new onened on Monday Septen eos : aaa ; A co) ee chael : sirl choo
| * an yn f Four Roads icademic year was done at the 7 7 ' kay Spee h Day when the | ry ol k in 42 new girls and the total
; coo uee eae te a ag request of the Department of “Tire ' ney . ‘ase the Violin Group give _ theit it present 341. There are three
St. Philip, said that he left Bar- attiars + ne canteen continu first contribution to a Speech new acting members of the Staff
° bados on June 19, and reached “ducation. funation and makes its tava Day programme,” Major Noott 't re: Miss V.-K , a
Ros sndale “Wisconsin, the follow- , Consequently, new boys com- able contribution to school lik tid ee veh ; ed at mia Kennedy Sn
none sagt Wing yy ra “k nd for six 488 into Combermere School this sithough the Governing Bo ie asta: “nero me ee Mis R Rice, | taking the places
ing day where he worked for six September are the firs . { le said Combermere 5S 1 of Miss S, Crichlow and Miss
nin te: She 2 - orred >cPtember are the first group of has regretfully had to increa sks forward with confidence to. Grace W aaa eae
weeks. He was then transferred boys admitted to the School since .. y . 4 k rware i n Grace Ward who are at Erdiston
to Lanark, Illinois to break sweet january 1950 : : oid of the prices m a he he future, certain in the know- Training College for a year, Mrs
édtn; : New Staff eke oe aren a + ove ige that as the young men of f. Stuart, previously a membe
* “Work was not what we were of the new members of the conte. ; ns ves" ee ake Shelt ati Pee deaeaies nee ee
. “299 i _ tald it would be and I think we ..’ ; ’ . eons Si . } o study return to make theii Miss Pat Symmonds who | has
: Accident Inquiry had a very bad deal” he said, and Staff, Bie ney M as Dubl., , What is noticeable ae 7 ntributions to the school, it gone to Reading College, Eng-
> by R W : “ added that after working for three 85 come to the school from canteen is always a scene ot ll go from trength to Jand, to read for her BA. de-
(Photo _by R, W,-Belt) i ° i 7 ws :. ay, Secondary teaching service in mation at the morning break ength,.” sree
¢-aAad FOUPE CC months all the money he got when ¢& - . te a gree
t J r deductions were made was about St. Kitts and Mr P. C. Scott, during the luncheon interval. | Harrison Colleg Wesley Hall Bovs’
- os : sarees BA. Dubl., has come from teach- order to cope with all the boy ‘he @C i 2 M ‘ - - ys
The inquiry into the death of $80. Very often he had worked 1 4 The 69 new boys taken in a At Wesley’ Hall Boys’ School
Kat eo H Wo — hee srtain deductions were ing “service in Trinidad and To- who use the canteen, the Hea farrison College this term bring : ; 1 of cere. Serre
Sige roe fall A thu ne ars a ‘i " at aed : See bago. They are assisting in the J naster has had to close morn ; fant $5 (BER. an dncionad of cu as nately 7 ee have en-
St. Mic a a ” re bdo x 697 Sheth . Tbout, iiss baneidton: teaching of Latin and French. whool at different times for i gtie DEabO meen. : ok bei ton = oe nity
occupants the moto tas Aa Asked ¢ - , . Ss ‘orbir a as als a eal el ) attend¢ ut on ue
\ 1 overturned on Dayrell; Hill while in the U.S.A, he said that Mr fam Corus iw a a 4 a nls P em re \dded to the Staff are M)
D 7 . . 7 ake } been appointed to the permanen \ \ I Tarvi B.S who re @ On Page 7
Read, St. George, on September 3, he had no complaints to = oe staff, comes back into the field o! ad Lay age 3
was again adjourned jses.erday— that respect. What warrlec : 4 active teaching after a number of ie cates *
without further hevring: by was that after working very 1d, vears of education administration
Coroner G. B, Griffith until next he received very little money at i, Barbados. He will be makin,
Monday at 2 p.m times. his contribution in the field of
ee Commercial Work and Music |
Appointed to act on the staf {
~ are Mr. E. L. Greaves and Mr |
ounse I ess R. E. Wilson who have joine
It contains plenty of knock the staff from Haprison College |
where. they have taken thei: |
Higher School Certificate Mr | d
7 E. W. Glasgow joins from Lodge
sometimes in orthodox costume and sometimes School where he also has takar | rae ee }
his Higher School Certificate. ow to ease the strain in JO seconds:
: . Also get an oon ane
Theactors diti, extremely well, : 7 , rv pointment is e se ATs RN choking Ast
when mie eo is Gmade for the IN CHANCERY SUIT who after many years of teach- nn oe st : _ oe ie
fact that only the automatic. fine ing at Wesley Hall Boys’ School, = By ch Ap Ine Pererh) One BpReRons wets
z aaetaaattivat “sc fie) s », has just returned from Toronto ramngtia | tablet slipped in the mouth eases the Wi)
ish or professional actors can get 1 row cies Saree q rvers . : ; : ’ stare A)
he Pas-aunca out of this sone a? Mr. W W. Reece, K.C., one of the lawyers for the platey University where he graduated LIGHTNIN | manta tiibite snkeened: Maia, fll) if/// oe
entertainment. in the Christian Mission Chancery suit, Rev. Barrow and with the B.A. Degree. He will ee ee | ber, it is this strain on the system which f os <4
James Grossmith as the Bishop others against Rev. Hoyte and others addressed the Court share in the teaching of Spanish ~ Sure of gett) | am ‘ ;
: tas neaees ease in the Upper and Middle Schools constitutes the biggest danger from
of Lax and Idris Mills as Sergeant yesterday ~ over 2 rs after - G.H. Adams, one © UPI . 4 strong. smo: |
if } yesterday for over three hours alter r. : nds general subjects in the | Asthma !
seoine Serene mrt eaiihy of the lawyers for the defendants, had addressed the Court junior school, ramen e 8? Ephazone contains several healing
aul V 4 sué . ‘ Ros 7 Ve “pad i ir
see in so lively a part, showed over the same time. Mr. Reece has not finished his address Mr. G. A. Holder rejoins the abovy al susate Shits ‘aliebiil’ Vee dddadting
that ner versatility is fully equal yet.and told The Hon. Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore, permanent staff after successful- reliab | , ai) nig :
to acting a vivacious vicar’s wife who is presiding over the Court that he hopes to finish his '” taking the year's course for fastener { germ~laden accumulations in the
who is an ex-1ctress and ’ ears y ‘a Y presi eM ON “ 04 vh tk oh ill sania b teachers at Erduiston College. for the na | bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes easy, normal breathing,
‘ air [ ; ‘ess | ay when 1e case W! con 4 : , AAW - } nat
brig ‘ rousers. aaaress On onday «4 On Study Leave eka URes The Ephazone treaunent i imple too! Nothir ec
ioe red et i vie tithe! Cale: “ia, aagedw ana A waamieatt En Odea th id 1¢ Epha a ie 8 so sine 00 othing to inject,
hue Musgrave was. Very aie seek a detlarat at safe in his lewal position, Or , 4 x Borer: nothing to inhale, No matter how swiftly or unexpectedly the
amusing as the village spinster O'Mers are seeking a declaration suggestion arose as to the Permere School are still on pro- ,
shocked by high jinks- at the that they were the rightly consti- if a suggestio! - hi Ne tel ho longed study leave. Among them Iightnin ust attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazone,
vicarage. . Oliyer James as Clive tuted General Superintendent and Semienibatea Sakina wale tome Mr, J. C. L. Drakes is due to we omanula’ tured | For rapid relief from Asthma, Pronchitis and Bronchial Catarth,
Winton managed to be a high- Board of Management during 1949 banded’ . its "sellixs ae complete his B.Sc, degree course LIGHTNING FASTEN always keep a supply of Ephazone tablets handy!
spirited young lance-corporal with and 1950 a ” ’ 8 1 the University College of the Guin, wOTLN
great effect in spite of having ; : ral oes Even if he had done wrong, West Indies, Jamaica, in the LIMITED
some rather silly lines at times. Mi 4samy She repeed she Court which he had not, it was for the forthcoming academic — session: ; J FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
The acting in fact was often a “ ep ae e) he : tt eet other side to take legal steps to Mr. H. G. Brewster is continu- “¢
great deal better than the dialogue §%°U ve made and that the pamiae remove him. He was still Super- ing his course at Loughborough ne
of the play. Otho Gill was par- "!' Barrow and others should intendent, “In my submission the College, England, after being D fate ‘
sonicalh of the mild and timid "ve to stand the costs law is overwhelming. There was awarded a Colonial Office Scho- ! ,
tind, Douglas Lynch of the slight- Mi Reece — spoke yesterday 4 body constituted in 1949 and larship on completion of his first = Sold by all registered chemists, If any diffleulty, write to:
ly stiff and pompous kind; both #round the arguments Mr. Adams the only man who was properly Year; Mr. C. De V. Moore at Dur-| —— | |=] A. 5, BRYDEN & SONS LTD., *%
were very good. Joun King acted had made constituted was Hoyte in 1946, ham University is due to spend ~ | ee qe P.9, Box 40°, Bridgetown.
with attractive energy, ‘but should Mr. Reece is associated with Mr. The burden of the other side’s ® year taking the Teachers | SS ee ee ee oceans
have been rather more: of the J, S. B. Dear and instructed by case was that cne could not come Piploma after completing his de- feebnpaaeane wets
village lass in her interpretation. Messrs Hutchinson and Banfield. into a court of law and profit by 8ree course in Classics Arents
Geoffrey Hunte-was a good Teu- Mr. Adams is associated by Mr. their own wrong, Apparently both Mr. C. W. Wickham has just | u
tonie and mechanical escaped D. H. L. Ward, instructed by sides thought everything was in embarked on a three year course
Nazi prisoner. Messrs. Carrington & Sealy erder ‘
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very good questionnaire was cir- Mr. Adams had been holding Nor could he think there could en hee es
: . | hat s y ‘ Rp be any doubt that neither Davis ¢
culated to the audience on the sub- that a meeting at which Rev. Bar- so ies were members of the $ ore
ject of the proposed Barbados TOW Was elected Was not a proper at 5 2 aha
; eet ere , ; Christian Mission $ ul
Little Theatre. It is to be hoped ™Mecting. Even if it wis proper it rr pe ayer » ‘
tt t 1] fill tl was impossible for Barrow to be A declaration should not be s : .
nat everyone wl fi us. in ant . > ae Ww y sranted and the whole of the costs * . TA 7 1 ‘ c .
Sachi granted an ie whole ¢ 8
send it off, and thus wake up the clected » the suit should be borne by the s al WEATHERHEADS oi R
Theatre Committee to the fact Continuing his address, M1 plaintiffs mi; S ol 3 TIME SAVES %
ted jams said that w ‘gar gt “ % Car ‘abbage ) , Bis
that Barbados wants its Theatre ee echiine ay Seo Mr. Reece said he intended tc % Verrot, Cabbage, Beet, Lat ; . 3
— vhen members wanted to elect a wa ger sip oon to the tuce, Pepper, Onion, Chinese % . 2
‘ General Superintendent for 1949, GuUeston oO BW WeuOR WAS, tv % oC a ihn
G i 946 Stee » temim 6 » des Cabbage Tomat Cress, | 3
he appointment of Rev Ramsay as VOlved in the issue and only de al % ge, ymato, ress, §! 4 s
S.P.C.A. Inspector Chbimnan Was Aol in ecordance with such of the facts as really ? Sweet M x . °
Lect es To with the bye-law. In the absence Were to the point. ‘ ’ PASEJOFSM, | S Heme Wik ¥
ay of t Supe intendent, it was for His first point was that only S$ Egg Plant, Radish, Squash, % > sry often a little cold when %
L i I L 7 0Eoe tet 1 za aoe who had to the Christian Mission was a’‘cor- Pied esi : sy, S very often a , 3
oca nspec ors ph ar tee 3 coruense Se porate body. He said there was no a, Celery, Spinach, Pars- eo € neglected leads on to very x
; © ate Ais . sere other under the Act. The repre- % ley, Cucumber. S $2} 2
SERGEANT . T 1eeting cor ave . roper- ; y, nber, Swiss Char | & ‘
nee eo .F. TOR- or aentanat axeker ge nb sentatives of the Church were ‘ ee %) S gerious consequences resulting even in death. At the first sige
uZAO, Chief S P.C.4 Inspector He cited a case from Halsbury to SUMmoned for one purpose anc « Cauliflower, Mustard; Pump- %! . liately to &
B.G., yesterday morning gave a | ie rae, ee for one purpose only, There had —_ » “of a cold see your Doctor then bring the prescription sain gd s
lecture at the Y.M.C.A. to local bring out his argument : ’ : s kin, Watermelon, Mus} ale BIN
S.P.C.A, inspectors on (1) How to no other function under the Act sees Or ae Uae w %
detect: nee an ate ie dn: vain He submitted that the witnesses The representatives could at no % Jon Vegetable M ae. » Wee, g
(2) The méthoa: of pelieritia ‘ants for the plaintiffs had not told the time become corporate for any 2 ' ey rrow, 4 1s mn 1 1" ‘ %
mals in pain. (3) An owner's lia- truth about the meeting of Jan- other purpose than for carrying *% Turnip, Leek, Bountiful % , ) ( VTORES y
i.e : : uary 26, 1949. Over and over he Act ‘ . i \ j b ah >
bility for the supervision and care igain witness after witness had a : th t it t $ Beans, and Str | I © ‘ %
is animals is ver . SS . e salc nat it was mentionec ‘ 2€anS, and + ingless Bean ‘ .
a eS Torrezao point- spoke n of a meeting on January that 19 members made a quorum % i oedads ‘ ; a “ %
ed out that in certain cases 15 and it ‘was decided then to and there were not even 19 mern- Ro ee ee a ney % FOR UICK & ACCURATE DISPENSING %
organic troubles for example—an @@Journ until January 26. Yet pers on the Board of Manage- % Red Salvia, Vv % & Q x
a.m eet wet there were no minutes for January : s , ‘ y oalvia erbena, Mari- % °s >
S.P.C.A. inspector could not do the 7; ment then and that would meas > mix 656 OOOO
work of a veterinary surgeon but Pen stittatate’ Fabrine that they could never hold meet 4 gold, Phlox, Carnation, Bal % AP PALO POLLO ELL LLL LLL LLL LLL LLL LIES
that he should recommend one ,; ip a fit sp “aban aes ings. Rev. Hoyte’s Board ot xs C x B | | a a a a a a a a a 7
ran “ohimale commen seterihary ‘tt this mint OK tO Bet ¢é IN’ Manageme: di ot consist of 1! % Sam, ‘oreopsis, ark 1 ‘
oe aaa are Nisthecen he improperly summoned meeting a iiieaer ae Seesptlene aiey dic] ¢ 2 $ a igi x | #i 41 [ne i y
mendation. was éémplied with on January ee as ne a “They would be illegal g % * Aster, Calliopsi Dahlia, % Just Arrived:
. ' 4 He , hav a d that they were . rr Lac at \ » ;
“It is > duty of every owner, 2#Ve Now realised thal yo Mr, Adamy objected that th | @ SI@ Forget-mo-noi ; |
aero the y Sergeant Major nly Re ae . pORnS It oats and file as oar could m ; ¥% $ Forget me-not Candytuft x | a FRESH SHIPMENT OF m”
‘ was yt the sual 2 ays notice ; ‘ ’ Je . . 'e'
oncluded; “to exercise reasonable “4&5 Ton - aa at ; ,, attend a_ meeting. s x % Nasturtium, Sweet Peas, &| T ‘
vare and supervision in respect of Re, a were et cage Mr, Reece maintained tha} % 3 2 i | ” I t REN A q HOW 8 a
protection of animals from cru~ a I is ta “6 ily probably de Section 2 of the Act said that the % ¢ % upins, Mignonetts \ly al so
thay 28 Janué Dabl) - *hristia iss’ aS ¢ . ) ) *
Sergeant ajo orrezag len tt was on January 15 that they he this. . Clovorate p. ir CHARLES OF THE RITZ $ % % a ‘ ‘ FEEDE RS
answered: qtiestions concerning 4..jded to summons a meeting for porat ody — coulc Presents % ip ‘ ; vi q il id (SURO. S
S.P.C.A. work asked him by the 96 never meet again was again . 7 : . BRL Ck W *
£ A. ‘ oy January 26 eae, Anoipie of dina The Greatest Luxury in Sas UE 4 HERHEAD %
inspect6rs,attending the lecture He said he would maintain that Vv Me principle of the aw, he ‘ Cranabihan % t d y a ed nn
eerie there was nq distinction between S4!¢. ; ce sll ig $ : % p % d ton cs
Annual susiness Meeting”, a the Si serinees jot he ] a Feather touch Cleanser suit- % x LID = Heo of Broad Street . gli. Jason Jones & Co., Lt -—Disteibutors, a
Méeting of the Delegates” and ©®Ven the superintenden Bo ne ed to all types of skin O's ..
the “Meeting of the Representa- 'iéht normally to attend th 1% Super rich cream a skin and R1}406,,60 x
tives.” ee have to be & tissue food for Sh aviniied % IL LLL LEE E u i a a | ae | a a a
When Rev. Hoyte had sought He would say eventually tha ‘3 eo ati aoe ome Marga i ae %
p leg Soe e, His ase Friend tne meeting on January 6 was $ Gaeaor Plain ertent aisn for %
the same firm on July 19 he fell. r ard had given e most valid one and so was the or y “ s
from a ladder and died of injuries sgproper advice when he said that on January 26 which was an ad-| ®& SPECIAL CREAM fo: open
He left seven children, the eldes g:he only wa} or rather See aise pat Eee of the one on Januar nr pores % lt
(s 16 and the youngest three { Of BEng. GPOUns e 15. & SPECIAL LOTION for $ ibert )
The Judge ordered. $100° to ; would ge to ease, a There was no question of wt ’ Blackheads x A select few of Libe ib mest
4 awit » balance 1ange through the Legislature should be Chairman at the meet-|@ %
paid forthwith and the balance it 1 t , yee ed 1an a 1 i _, er 4 ¢
tery nied ge B+; gas eeg acy If the conduct of RevyHoyte was ing of the Representative ¢ MEDICATED CREAM and } SILK NOIL BED SPREADS
Gooding’s wages at the time of cor “ane 7 there : oe "> — the meeting when a Genera % LOTION for Acne > | ?
re estimated 38.97 nm the > liberately fale o pe > 2 was 9 ap- ICRE i
his death were estimated at $68.97 oe ~ a neo es ~e a aan Superintende m as % be ay SKIN CREAM for the super- » For single bed, beautifully
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MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW SCO ooo 45634
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— | and $1.80 on Sundays. eos ° « SSIOn (MAN Z. Line . i 1.V ) .!
. B.B.C. Liaison Officers He ated 1scu SS. “PORT ADELAIDE cheduled | % accept Car Pa sS
For Births, Marriage er Engagement! FOR SALE lV B {s trom Hobart Se ber 2 $ for Domi ir $
announcements in Carib Calling the : WwW soe a = . ole aiid) ee aaa : ; Cte ieee tue sae ; >
a dea aaa a one a. ara te “ae Minimum charge week 72 ceats and REAL ESTATE , ae arbados A MOTION in the House of Asmeaphty p wring oda half Oct Lae “Sea arisen a: t 8 Kitts Sailing Fr %
to 50 and 6 cents per word for each ms ener te salsa ot t : s a a ae : Se a half, | October 20th, Bris e Octe i a § g 2
additional word Jerms cash. Phone 2508 % s con arte rd aac cons 7 MODERN BUNGALOW—On bathing Talks covering many aspects of | the House had been sitting for about two hours 664 = phich [2f!¥ing at Trinidad about November ® ingtant, ,o
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death| weed en woke: | beans, § Madrona: and all conveniences. | DrOadcasting in the Britisn West that they adjourn for a week, introduced a debate which vat and Barbados yeeros ye Ine M.V “Daerwood” 3
women only ae ¢ Dm : Large plot of land. Appi in first place | indies will be held next week at went on nearly an hour and drew from the Leader of the } |b ddl ample space for chilled ar will accept Cop and = = =
y direct to owner to—Box R.C Cro iasti > arb: . reen : a . : an : sengers for St. Lucia’ Gre- &
DIED AUTOMOTIVE Geese Ca . isc Hi stings House, Barbados, betwee House the remark that the members of the Opposition } har. {TONE CAFEO. cn Bills € = fe ee %
7 } the Public Relations Adviser to the irinking spree. The motion for al, Carte accepted on th ee ictmeeh x nada, Aruba. Pa yer x
a aioe Austin 9. Saas tooke . meni Co : nS nt and Wanted to go on a rum drinking spree. 4g for transshipment 4 Mae tS oe Ot Vincent. Daten? de: ©
NERY—On September 19th, 1961, at! CAR erican Aust Two-storied wall Dwellinghouse called |Comptrolier for Development a . : . F julana, Leeward and Windward | % ¢
na Abingdon,” Dalkeith Road, 'st.| Phone 8 19:9 Siti.) ETON. tise sentence of the late Welfare, Mr. Philip Hewitt- week's adjournment was finally passed. mi dae % parture to be noti $
Michael, Dorothy Caroline Chenery “CAR—One 8 H.P. Mortis Sedan ‘n| M&S Norman Bascom), situate in| Myring, and Mr Henry Straker _ Mr, Adams had moved that the he was going to the —s rther particulars apply & B.W.1. SCHOON ¥
‘ rave > a e pal =e pees , wou A LYDE, Sst Michael The |*” ° " : aie hail alf< vd , e was not going be- 5, WITHY & CO fi anc [ ¢ TERS ASSOC. |
Gtdannd ct 5 Mery's Church ___| Lowland, Christ Church or Bovell &|ianq and” comprises, Cheunn’ setter’! |casting officers seconde) froin the adjournment for tea while Mr. cause’ he ee ee et ol, Barbados, | Tele. 4047 8
Vv. C. Gale, C. A, L, Gale, Beryt! Skeete. 189'5-—S"-| drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &°/B.B.C. to the Wester: and East- E. K. Walcott (E) counter-moved ef Wee Awe ENS , ld nov B.WiI _ees % $,.3566666666666664"
Chener "CAR_1047 inodel uid deiee Ths, | downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and bath- | Caribbes “ nial that the House adjourn for a drink rum; not that he would nov SSS SSSGS96S 5600S
$n | CAR—1947 model fluid drive Dodge] room, upstairs. Garage and servant's | CT Caribbean respectively. ous: hat ‘ha cid nae” But he ene cee tm SOSOSSOSSS .
HASSELI—On September 19th, 1951, | Sedan. oa or iyres i Se | rooms in yard. Electricity, gas, and | Mr. Straker, who arrived at } week nothing arainst anybody having .
: . atone: ot,” | Price reasonable. Can be seen at Silver] Government Water installed. | Mr. Straker, who arrive; si rs st any ; t -
. 4 = 2 . Cot 1 Bi P 2 } - he . ; .
o ‘es i Wittton cat eiae me ets, Dollar Club, Bay Street. Phone 4225 Inspection any day, except Sunday, | headquarters in Kingston, Jarnaica Mr. Adams (L) said that the a little rum. _ a L th “*)
Dezra Elizabeth Hassell J. Jackiran eee oe ek ae with Mrs. Maynard | come eighteen months 39, ad- Hon. Senior Member for St. James Lest the public should — °
's he P residence i 5 at. * 25 er ante ; sic ; 1 s : = ant . "eS he sade
arg Le eae Saawar fload Brethren CAR—Six Cylinder Chevrolet Touring The property will be set up for sale |ViS€s the governments of Jamaici had asked for an adjournment of from the utterances of tine ene _
M retin “Hall ind thence to the | M648. In perfect order, good tyres. | by public competition at our office. James British Honduras, and the Bahe- the House for a week, because of the House and the Senioi
Westbury Cemetery Apply to C. S. Goodridge C/o Wilkinson Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 28th Sep- mas on broadcasting questions, somebody was having a cocktail Member for St. Peter that the il.
Leslie, Walter and Doilie Cole, Winifred | & Haynes Co. Ltd. Dial -_ 9 sian. | tember ment. ot 2 gr Fe =: with special reference to the utili- party. He felt that the Opposition Opposition was adjourned for some NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) SERVICE
bp ad ena te nn csriiijaspiinmnnbesisiesiesharsdodiahinensteightiianiendiiaris ere Solicitors ization of the time that is allotted should not have arranged their wild spree, he would state there ss aeuaee alie~arvéves: BMivee: ted September 1951
= MOTOR CYCLE—Velocette Model 200 15.9.51—10n |} to official broadc Sting under the Spree to clash with a meeting of that as soon as His Excellency sia ee Pome es - -
IN MEMORIAM é c.c. New, just received.. Courtesy various agreements between gov- the House the Governor acquainted his NEW YOKK SEKVICE
I f Davia} Corase oe eed Se ear he see gre rm nts o be rte ; nae ial He s lid that members of the party that Mr. Lennox-Boyd, A STEAMER sails 31st August—arrives B'dos Lith Septemt 19
n loving memory of David} = size 3 x 14 ft. Apply Four Square |« ents anc > commerceis sé a sy ir. yd, . ist August—arrive: B'dos 1 ten
urne, who died on the 19th ONE CYMOTO ENGINE for Bicycle. | Factory, Manager, or Dial 2442 broadcasting firms He has pro- Opposition wanted to go on a M.P., would be coming to Bar. A STEAMER ‘saile al a epten rer
September 1642. f ee ees) eae eee 169-518" | duced a number of programmes “Tum spree” and the business uf bados and requested ng ged mmanan NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
We always think of you ; CE ced a nu 7 amme ae ave had to pay party to meet him, he feli he was STEAMER sails De RLEAN as ro
Good was your intention to all ———— ALBION LODGE Barbarees Hili | fOr transmission on Radio Jamaica Barbados would have d to pay L patelta * laden’ Ganelianen an A STEAMER sails an August —a re ae i ie
So rest pene eo - daddy ws zs VAN meoat Ds hae Van i opposite Strathclyde entrance, standing} and Radio Belize for it an oMdinl st Sen GlAE ‘isté ‘ f S “ Se es
Te 1), Gladstone Pilgrim, | 2%, order: « Appty on 30,000 square feet, upstairs, four Mr. Ablack, who has similar F CANADIAN SERVICE
Bourne (brother Gladstone ‘grim | Spry Street becrooms, bath ete., downstairs dining ; Re ate iiahia as eas Mr. Adams said that he was not a
PORE aw a .9.4 in. | ——______ room, drawing room, sitting room functions in respect of the eovert- told of the cocktail party by a Three-Day Stay souTHROT vets
ae TRUCK—Offers in writing wil be re- kitchenette, kitchen and large store-| ments of Trinidad, Barbados, Bri- single member of the Opposition Mr. Lennox-Boyd was to leave Na: Salle Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barb
HACKETT In memory of Moselle] cuived by Courtesy Garage, White Park room, garden, Kitchen garden, fern|tish Guiana, the Leeward Islands } — * 3arbados on the following day. i , ee ee :
Hackett (nee Phillips) who passed! Road, up to 4.00 p.m. on Friday, 2st house Piece large enclosed yard and A ane _. If they had had the courtesy to Ba * hank Nap thet Fk “Ati Wea ati aSeptcmber th September 1 September 2
away at New York on September 20, | septr: 1951 — for one (1) Bedford Truck poues Sarena | aring trees. Dial 3ia5,|@24 the Windward Is ands, has 161) the Government sometime be- Honoura any it ree-day | 5.8. “ALCOA POINTER” September 286th Septeint t doth October -10ts
ie Sennen hy Tass... Suk Cas DA seen 19.9.51—m, | Only recently arrived at his head- fore that they wanted to get his stay was only a th “| S.S. “ALCOA PILGRIM October 12th October 15th ) a
The or links death" cannot sever] at their premises 19.9.51—3n ee quarters in Port-of-Spain, Trini- ae early to go to a private func- one and it was impossible t = scares sesrsetenedeserecrier tn “*
i ater ‘The undersigned will offer for sale at/dad_ A Trinidadian by birth, he is, tion, he said, it would have made have arranged a party for any |§S. “ALCOA PILGRIM due Barbados September 17th. Sails
aoe ' ELECTRICAL public competition at thetr oie No a | however already well known to q iveranne. ? other day. They had no wish tu] and St. Lawrence River Ports se rs Se Se ea
re eal iment teiaecen aree Scenes —~-High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the : : " . ee ee : ee pair aa niente tints
‘ Remembran i eater aaa , | cros' REFRIGERATOR New 2st day of September 1951, at 2.30 p.m. | thousands of West —— —— “That is the reason why the — e —— att ar tse These vessels have limited passenger accommodatior we
ene Secker. (huslipes eit tia ». ft. $896 S16 The dwelinghouse \known as “TRE- | his cricket commentaries and other rhs . clash with the w he ‘ advahionds 3
; ‘ ft 95.00. Dial 4616 € ghouse tis cricket comments : ne , 7 : . ; ;
poner rgd OR a a a sgh shed) oo fPcere enna: aati 19.9.51-n, LAWNY", with the ‘land whereon the! Kroadcasts on the B.B.C’s over- Opposition wanted to oa but it was impossible to be other- ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE
(brather May, Elsie and atc Philips se same stands, containing by estimation |!" sd bead Bill to amend the Fac ories Act, wise. The Hon. Member for St ¥:—DA COSTA & CO. LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE
take eee REFRIGERATOR — Gibson Refrigera- 2,500 square feet, situate at Hastings,| S@9S service 1 1947,” he said. They did not want Joseph would not deny the Con- APPLY: — } ‘
’ Geseneicin ‘Veuthe’ suet , tors (American) 5-year guarantee. Auto Christ Church Mr, Ablack is due to arrive in to sit and go through the Bill, but ~°56P) wow 2 o enterts =
MeNIOCOL—In ‘1 ore he & th ight to entertair
MeNICOL—In ‘loving mem« ee ,¢C _ at Spry Sts Inspection between the hours of 4 p.m arhbad Friday: and Myr . : servatives the rig
dear mother and grandmother Adora | Tyre Co., Cr. Trafalgar & 4 9.51—an, and 6 p.m. on application to the tenant | Barhac ee Sones Ost had the effrontery to move the a Conservative M.P., similarls
MeNicol, who departed this life on| = For particulars and Conditions of Sale,|Straker is expected om Monday, adjournment for a week for the as the Opposition could not deny} —- Bok fd iil ia El “ lad —
ay pep in God's. be suiitul garden, | LIVESTOCK apply Corr the 24th Sepjember-. sake of going inte somebody's the Government Members t bh « " -
As n God's be: n, > D . :
Away from all sorrow and p 1 epchasonsasiatage 9.9.51-<6n 2 house to drink a little rum right to entertain a Socialist M.P }
Some day when life's journey is ear SUES) STEIN. CTUMRRU SO . hae eader of the Hou:
endec | plantation ‘work. ‘Hose Hill, St. George The undermentioned will offer for sale C b Me Majority Vote bison ys RR geeiny told, he agreed | |
We shall meet you (mother) again 19.9.51— Mrs. Edna Edwards (daughter), Agatha — no oestrone a — James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 2ist ‘e “If you want to use your But because he was not, there wi
Edware grand-daughte Meta Rollins} puppy Half Bred Labrador Pu2- September 1951 at 2 p.m ; & Ne P l : journ- MO reason for the harangue.
ce 20.9.51-—1n. | pies, 5 males. Apply to Mrs. D. W het, desirable two stored: fieshsid! 115 New upt 8 majority vote to have the adjouri Visdiy, be onda, be wun adbiy |
ow = Wiles, Fenshaw, Pine Plantation _ Gap, dwellinghcuse known as “Culloden | ment for a week, use it,” he anid. sc oho’ a. pe Me ein nea tt
iw ie (ME St. Michael, Phone 2784 20.9.51--3n View", situate at the junction of Cul- | 5 Mr, F. L. Walcott (L) supportec a é sh av
ANNOUNCE wi T loder. and Dalkeith Roads. with the | li the i i Mr ‘Adioinn* aAchiaati ans taken such a turn, but it hs d) |
lond thereto containing 10,585 square |@@y the roll was . * ams i Brook at ihown the public one thing, that |
To meet numerous requests of our MECHANICAL feet. The house contains closed and| ighty-seven of the new stu- Mr. E. D. Mottley said that even in an adjournment, at times |
sustomers, we have opened a section ‘i open verandahs, bath and toilet down-|dents were pupils of Wesley Hall Curing his five years as a member the Government had been rely-| | MOTOR CYCLE TYRES
shoe ladies sacks bout sitting te: | _WIND MILL Phone ai, 180.6l_on. Sig and ubuaire: fur Bedrooms one | But “wore tranuterred to the Wests, Otis Hie ANE years as a member Be ieee eat
sho . 12 Ss si s. 10S wt ath and ’ e a | =_ os ~ ve ber I Jebe t . th t had sunk to a s ' na
at our disposal the facilities of a , ' , rooms, garage for 1 car and tool room | bury Infant, School in Novem a debate a é s oe ee
LA le ph add 3 a a te ees pete tn, (all built of stone). in the yard tase year. ‘They tave now passed greater depth. He was very much '! Mr Mapp (L) said he woule eo mages —
prompt services at exceptionally reason- roe Inspection Or een pm. and 6 p.m.) the infant stage, Fifty of these surprised and hurt that it shouid ialanae: the aarti an ake nd itiediesiilabeaeiatia “
ible prices , any day except Sundays on appointment ae aolad school, : - 4 .. thalle > s
Fetance Shirt Factory. Shirt Depot.| One (1) Johnson Sea Horse Outboard ih. “Gh owner Mr St Gielen jare already es = e ‘| taty Come from the Leader of the House Opposition to leave the House
Polmetto Street. Phone 4764 Motor with separate 5 gallon tank. Out- ‘Phone 3229 or 4337) At most o the elemen and the Senior Member for St isan ahd go to a patty Thes |
18.9.51—6n.| put 10 h.p. Engin, condition as new. G. L. W. CLARKE & Co., schools the attendance of the Peter. Had the Senior Member “ i hathea a hoes: ees
Apply by letter or in person to Wismar, Solicitors. | Awa 7 7 One z F would still have a quorum
Can't Eat, Why my Dentures are| Gibbs Beach, St. Peter. 14.6.51—6n ~9.9.516n | tst| day was not good. thn for St. John made use of the re- ()v doubtful as to there bein;
broken. Well you can have them skil- {teacher told the Advocate j, mark, which the Hon’ the Leader 1% opposition to measures for the
suny. yepeired | within tiree hours MISCELLANEOUS { are some of the parents keep thelr of the House and the Member fot people which they would then
Where? Square Deal, Denture ET i a ee ees PUM. Cc NOTICES |children at home on the first day St. Peter made use of, he would through?
ce vine, Reed Siveat eae BATH TOWELS—Fine quality 20x40” ;of the term, as they | Say, “to have pitied the Senior Member for From the time he had been
. 4 , » pve P: 2 ered | nay » of sir.’ 4 é
| iceiy bt Ao ail cht sean Kisperarh ron cestt per antes 4 on weele-deve allow the school to air. St. John when the Leader of the member of the House: he hac
“a fae a ae : . “in | @nd 12 cents ver agate line on Sun ys | a . aan £. of im. te x ae taeiie
| ORIENTAL 52 Swan Street 4715 Me OFiwls.. dala Chbye SLES Ce eee: | _ House was finished with hir Aever suet, th House adjourn
en ne . sae est @nd $1.80 on Sundays. — . — He € ate a s
SOUVENIRS | poeae-Seuty, eouter ‘covering ‘Radio— W os < the peeve: ‘ the challenge the last member wi
fts, Curios, Jewels "es nae ; s | accuse Pcause a motion fo’ spoke to say when,” he said
Seto Ivory, Silks een eee ae 79.8 SIs NOTICE adjournment of the House is made OD occasions when’ mémbcr
Etc., Ete., Ete. a : PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH | ARRIVALS — By B.W.1.A.L for a week, that we are neglecting of this side were not here ti
ad I ¢ Ss siete, pe tab Pane Stain | APPLICATIONS will be received at A ae se M. Littlepage, OUr duty, we are irresponsible, ther side should come here anc
| - plete, comfortable carry-a ian 7 | 3 pce, al spage, i , . : § § 4 i
THA jhandie, containing 1 pt. Vacwum Flasks Fiat Saree time Pee the erat kl | L.. Robinson, $. Johnson, M. Camaeho, we are not interested in the people, form a majority and see wh»
and plenty of room for sandwiches, $2.83. | Z1th Septem Inspector for the Parish | B- Camacho, J. Foster, V Witton, B we are holding up social legisla- measures their side could ¢
Pr. Wm. Ury, St. :: Dial 2466 || Gaste t datas “at ow. er utny @? of Christ Church at A salary of $40.00 erase eae Reec Fuller, tion which = for ani ae threugh. How could any public
SOc end per month Mil 5 - of the country and finally we are rited person sit down and +a'
j, & Co., Ltd. and The Modern Dress’ F ‘a = s " . 4 P Lawrence, E. Millington, L Milling d i , Spirited person si t
SSIS, Shoppe APs A EAE: it hot ‘Be feturpisd) kee etnitoae aR Ht gMillington, ¥. Millington, E. told we are getting the adjourn- jet one week’s business stand
i r . 7 easeless | it Will not be necessary to forward | a per ae Pieper ‘ ox, H Pier er ment of the House for the ge ver for the next week. ra
, NOXZEMA Skin Cream Gressoless.| contifentes of proficiency with the | Lans, A. Lewis, 5. Lawl, pence of going on a rum spree,” he said.
To Our Customers has soa gic ae sends = applications but apolicante holding such woe ae . big Nae . = P -_- =
Softer—whiter feta trial Jar for 33 Sbh eee = ; ‘ - , ; . Sa ine ‘ ve ‘ =
and Friends cents from Bruce Weatherhead Ltd Te te SRSCRHOHE aT Re oe Herreha, ante, 'B. Escalante, ne wt ene, i a | a aga
‘ 20.9.51—3n . . Levine, E. Stephen Le earwood, unbecom . sere é - G. A. Service’
|} pared to produce them if required to pelts Tae : iS . Service's
e —— E Seale, L. Marshall, Joyce Jenvey, Jes- dacent. The former accusations
We {Mill be closed for Hf] ,O%F GARAGE IT x 7. Dini #088.) “ane” successtut candidate wit ne} ina envey, Kinsley’ Lew iam Cemme gvent, | The former accusation: We het ceteaaey i 4
: : jer £3 eee oanths SING 02 Serve Gne: Il). Wear ob , ow 7 ‘ ie Beel’ unfounded, Because for the past ‘The most manifest sign o
Stock-taking under ati. Nites int t to the | Seale, iy Warren, Claudestine Bee in 5 aus s ;
PR C a etatilated cae ee ee ee fustace G yh Sams . 3 or wisdom is continued cheer-
Grocery Dept. J rev ae adaged fae eee established staf RD ai ia Tag Ae oat Tee Merah ten ae seaiaieee Ph gp ne wor a Y 1 > mm ' ‘ 4
Tuesday 25th Sept. jJust the thing for this ho ee WOOD GODDARD, Bee et ee See Fergusson, “4S really respons 8 38, :
é ey ; - le structions supplied < ~ - 2s Dolores Cadogan, Anthony ‘er PUSS5O! ee . se ... Montaigne. }
Wholesale Dept.— tSERe deck eatlee sak bere Hons, Subp ie Clerk, Chyiertaamonare: ae Heats, Sydney Achory, Jacqueline Baker, Angela the work of the House through WITH GAS a ae INU | 1 oo e
Thursday 27th Sept. ter just when you want it, Oniy 48 16.9.51—4n, | Barnes, Leotta Clarke, Alstone Clarke. ag on the occasions wae ne errcHen SOUSEWIFE ‘
- Pp > n , t ach, Obtainabl ily from C, F From GRITISH GUIANA colleague who was in isposec 1k or 4
5. E. COLE & CO., LTD. i i . B et ge yee : 19 9 51 3n S. Bushell, M, Martins, A. Belgrave, — & ; 28s. tt > ; M ber AND COOKIE ARE AL- (ECKSTEIN BROS. '
7 5 Papenans : NOTICE : tack, through illness, the Senior Membe 3 4 ‘
27 & 28 Roebuck St. ene u M. Beigrave, G. Hale, C. Alli, A, Hack, cat Pater cut.of the telah Be WAYS CHEERFUL.
20.9.51.—3n, YACHT’ The well-known yacht] IN THE MATTER of the Companies Act} A Hack, S. Hack, ‘ ase f Aziz, oS eter — ee € . en |
9 (| “HI-HO" with dingy. Can be seen at 1910, and N. Wilson, Piprawala, M min State business, the Junior Member Se a ‘ ree ~ dati §
— ‘ ‘) b. Offers to Mr. D. A. Pile] IN THE MATTER of JOES RIVER| From ST. LUCIA st. T as out of the island,| ~~~~ OLA PEAR
GGG GFE ae ee “a | sre owls & Teal ‘s Office ; LIMITED Evesta Clairmont, holas De Silva, of St. J I hom »mt . for : St] OSGOOD FORGO OOOO LOE LAL AEE AAPA ELD %
Re ee ree a 21.9 S1~2n | | NOTICE is hereby given that the cred-| Grantley Me. Intosh, Capt. James Bve- the Junior member or St. % %
a! ) ) 7 itors of the above-named Company, | iyn, Charles Burgess Michael at Bathsheba, also due $$ VE vou PL ACED x
10 DAYS NEWS FLASH ; which is being voluntarily wound up, | From GRENADA : oe to illness, and the Leader of the % HA ry ld xs
- 1 fre required, On or before the First Rubina Banfield, Kar! Edmonds, Evelyn “A » jsland, some- x
+ g FOR RENT dey of October 1951, being the day for| azahy, Yvonne Mahy, James Parris, Eson House out of the jperecaee Spore : " Z ¥
eas eZ that purpose fixed by the undersigned | ‘rc, lor, Alan lor, Henry Gibbons, times on State business, and on . YOUR ORDER ror »
“SEE HOW THEY RUN” Minimum charge week 72 cents and) alfred DeCourcy Boyce, the Liquidator | anthony Muayh Douglas Phillips other occassions on his own busi- >
f TONIGHT o : q | 96 cents Sutdays 24 cords _ poe 24) of the said Con y, to send their From VENEZUELA : _ ness, working for his living, the *
» and | words 3 cents a word week—4 cents 4! names and addresses, and the particulars Jean Duranson, Ana Duranson, Rens epee A rs oe at aate é
x | 7 ahs ama > ‘a Opposition on several occasions 1‘ FARRIS %
5 ou | Sundays; their debts or claims, and the aames | Ouranson Pierre Duranson, Estela . f, ie
SEE vanttet RUM | wee ae — aodiadiicarus ot their Solicitors, if any, | Weber. Clivy Weber, Hugh Weber, Anita had to make up a quorum and also MESSEY %
THE PUBLIC HOUSES to the undersigned, and if so required | Paschew, Mariela | Paschew ren Puls © occasions stayed on with the | > ate Xs
Â¥ tice in writing from the sai rnerton, Maria Mace me 1 ah g
3 | am ARERR TRR SIRE sun| nt ott twit $2) So,autguara Putor Newel arin, Deputy Lender of the Howe theif pa WY TY x
>, 12 «@ 7 srl 2 , . malls -! come in and prove their said debts or} Juana Atdeo onourable § 5 R
Aree > weainecraens hoa, Mabe bathe S HEEOGE Phone| claims ‘at such time and place as shall DEPARTURES By B.W.LA.L, St. Thomas who conducted Gov- >
an penis . oa. 5 after | be specified in such notice, or in default For TRINIDAD si : an = . ie a y e x
HARDWARE MOM from to & ond GAS 30-9 Bian. | thereot they will be excluded from the! Jenn tee Anion Scott, Anderw: Chris- le ern Doman shee TRACTOR 2 >
For Good Value } ————~ j benefit of any distribution made before | tine, Gordon Keir, Jean Sarkis, Wini- “night. R
OD: $2000 "Viet “CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved| such debts are proved fred Sarkis, Basil Brooks, Joan Brooks eee 3 ant cong
tenahee Pithishes House, Upper Bay St. Dated this 24th day of July, 1951 27?" Bae Corina Seale, Fraser R pox ts Social Functions Note the features:— >
t i ALFRED DeCOURCY BOYCE, Lorna Reekie, Joan Reekie, Irma Gilb s
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All : ee phd veel : e wibmaiani ?
y 2 s Street, Bridgetown, Bhagw: Kirpalani, Arjan irps srefore oy S â„¢ tae > > ~
| modern conveniences. Apply on premises. | of No, 14 James Stree TT iawiieties oer Lopez, Edward Lopez, Alberto If therefore they wante d to Battery Ignition, Power Take Off, %
T SHOW ee Lopez, Miriam Lopez, Gurney Ghent sabotage, or hold up work or use * wie’ ; x
CALADIUM S | GIBRALTAPR—Cattlewash. From Ist— For BRITGH GUIANA their majority vote or anything Belt Pulley, Lights. Other information on application to Ds
15th October. Dial 95-267 WANTED a oat ae ingens Susi cntent bit of the sort, did they not have ¥
WHITEHALL, ST. PETER | eae Bineed xenes “Dr Edmund Ward, ( epportunity on those occasions ? Shi nts are once again arriving a
in aid of St. Peter's LITTLE HAMILTON RR Lawrence rad Hunte, Keith Walcott, anes He had seen the Leader of the . Shipments a *
alc St. : s - MILTOD s ; amaiae Cate od, i : . : ‘
i 3 wate Gap. Unfurnished. Verandahs, drawing HELP SturehaD, Gard mF rower’ Gerald | eed) House adjourn the House on s ye bce easly 7
RATE MORAL, jrcom, 3 bedrooms, toilet upstairs. No yd st euineth, Branker. Wilfred More than one occasion for mem-]® and you are advised to book early. *s
i | dogs. Dial 6144 20.9.51—1n A WOMAN, age: 45-55 (Domestic | B pa a Mae Cameron Smith. bers of the House to attend x . s
Open Daily 10.30 a.m. to | —— {| Class) to'run a small home with 2] Farmer, Adzi « oe d Bohne, gocial' functions in honour of x s 1 Hh. ‘
sa ING , 4 fin . ses. Appl Dorothy Lamming, edwar H + $0C ions . btair ble for plough ‘
ese mach. Waele’ fox waeent of Gotaper a | oak ia he ae me Ont Lgl meme Me ikneee, | Fraell visiting officials, He would ven-|}$ Steel wheels are obtain: .
Beach. Belair for month of October Cc. A. A. c/o Advocate 2 5 n 3 ee ie enda Fer- > y > i
" . Ferreira, Clarisa_ Ferreira, Brenda tur sa that if the ofticial . oH if TED
ber 8th Wismar for month of November. Good - } ee : Btereton, ture say ‘ too 1 going. a mh OM LIMITED. ne
From Gaturday, Beptembe: Bruce, Wontherheed reich aut |, CHAUFFEUR—Sundays, 6 p.m. to 9 | rire, Geotrergiaamm Meus Brereton, Doe Te S00 Me tennox-Boya. ihe ing and for really t 8 ROBER ent 1616. e
ruce Weatherhea sle pg . “v sby, Bethel Mission sthony Mc Conney, idred 1 “ Ba. > ge 5 OF ye i A 316.
ENTRANCE :0: 1/- Bruce Weatherhead, Te tenbiing ae m.| 22. Rev. B. Cros 20.9.51—2n. - Maise Craig, Bertramd Adams, Yvonne Conservative M.P. who was the Tracks” are tveilable”, i e.
: House ~ | Pairadeau, Kathleen Potter, Basle ‘evs guest of His Excellency the Gov- C6 GQ LOLOL Cait cae
t i a “ek Suan eB . e ari af « Pad - * ee
to September 30th inclusive ')| _. THE CAMP—On the Sea, St. Lawrence. CLERK—For our Traffic Department in, ane ee Margaret Bayley ernor, was that evening instead AAP DEAL AOE ALR LEAALALLLELE LEM A Ae
nna N | Fully furnished Dial 8357. Sere oe De Bay oo rere eet Frederick Bauniate Salar rio, Mors of the evening before, at Gov-!,-4¢%¢%%9¢~% =
147 51.—t f n.| copy of testimonials to: Branc anager, | Se ° : Arthu¥ @ t House, the Leader of the z
“4 ; : . tor, Raingold, Larry Gibson, Art ernmen yuse,
YOSSS9S999999999999 99904 ' British est indian Airways qeeeeuyru es ' trtdinaiveatiar Marjorie Lorde, Monica fiouse would have agreed to an
. x 7 es | Holder adj ment
% 2 » , runareten adjourn ,
. ’ D4 i ERSONA la : > | For ST. VINCENT
3 AQU ATIC CLUB | MISCELLANEOUS Joseph Clemendore sta SGN el dita Hole’ end DER NOW!
s, * The public mre hereby warned against ' For VENEZUEL. 7 . . 5 a,
x % | & ving create sway wife Clara Hendley LOAN—£9000 @ 5% secured by first Antoinetta Huncal, Armando Borondo say that we are using our ma ;
- % (vee Thomas) as I do not hold myself} mortgage. Yearwood Boyce Teresa Coing, Norman Mediina, Fre’ jority to adjourn this House to : oo. ‘
54 &| responsible for her or anyone else con- 19.9.51—4n. | criceo Alvarez, Raul Domingues, Lote go in somebody’s house io o j -9,
$ 3 ese Gy el eae ean ae nerve WANTED TO RENT | = inierret: Pinn Prederiksot Carmen drink rum is the nastiest thing at ct} e \ , 4
sess ritte . yANTE z Monts¢rrat, . - ‘ S- \
s @| unless by a aL aE HOUSE—For extended period furnished | Giffoni, Marina Ciffoni, Carlotta Perez, that could come from a man of .
x Pa * Rose Hill, house. Three bedrooms, modern conve~ | Gariotta Perez Jnr,, Richard Gluski, Vir culture and education.
> e Y St. Peter. niences, attractive area. Julian Garrett ginia Gluski Axel Bolcke When it came to the question
% x 18.9.51—2n. | Phone 5020 and 8564 20.9.51—6n For GRENADA nenei Seas, of rumeleiaking gna the House ; , Gi
. Phyllis Preudhomme, Rober Lae = B se, E | d L “a
$ NOTICE x SSF FFF \ waiter urtis, Jonn Norris, Thomas Phitip they of the Opposition knew a ng and s eda ing y aS
% | Margaret Williams, Joseph Davis ot of it, but there were none of pee
> % | Irtransit for LA’ GUAIRA hi ae te pe . :
or : a 0 stoop to come Y * ee
s$ e S For - - - 1 Antoinetta Huncal, Armando Sorgndo oe oe and Taide any question Arriving by air in Barbados only a 1eWw
x % | Teresa ‘oing, erman ‘edina, ed s a c
> : + e ne — . z ez, Lucia ho drank rum and did not °
% .| xAL VANISED RAIN WATER FITTINGS crico Alvarez, Raul Dominguez as to who ‘a 4 ; ‘
x It is with much regret % | GAL Dorminaiety ela adh ween drink rum. Speaking personally, days after Publication in London. —
| y a Montserrat, on PGC ’ ” ea
8 t h at the Management %| Try oe peek Marina ee ay erE are i
y "eS that after $ Carlotta Perez Jnr., ichare Sluski aectene
% announces Q ¥% ¥ E a Spee
> j ’ Eg 4 } { Virginia Gluski, Axel Block C Oi i
y F ~ r ’ ‘
& Thursday, September CENTRAL EMPORIUM | Iran Court CUT OUT THIS SUBSCRIPTION
3 27th , % CORNER BROAD & TUDOR STREETS | ‘ iet Np pmecr 10
& the Club’s Cinema will iat Condemn 7 FORNI AND SE. 4
° Ni ar I . SSS ar our oO iB 7
B eine ll attendance ef $1[â„¢ Tt h IAN GALE, C/o Advocate Co. Ltd., Bridgetown
; 1 . f tALE, C/o vocate .
% small attendance of ¥ Spy oO Deat A /
6 : ‘ . “i . 5 "Cea
3 Members, for quite some % 1 / | In Carlisle Bay TEHERAN, Sept. 19 Local Representative
: « ¢ J ate ’ e
g time, the Management > / ce : | Yacht Marsaltese, Sch. Franklyn D. R A Soviet spy was condemned :
2 eee tt oy > ba smith Meer "Linayd 4 oT oF ee Codevhir tea 2Jease send me the Daily Telegraph for.,
‘ is % ‘ Sch. Frances W mith, Seh sinsy tribunal as Iranian-S5o0 e
% forced to make this x Prospect. St. James |. "Seh. Emanuel C. ‘Gordon, | sch. SrIDUNA | Oe led to. open today we as A
8 decision. % ; pores ane oe beeen ‘Sch. Mary M: Were postponed until Saturday. | montns ' -
2 Sine: ¢ the large - Large 2-storey stone house of good sound construction, ton. n, Tur Miers ie Wates The Military Court of Appeals
% Owing ow may g located on over a % acre of coast land with 160 ft. of sea Lilly III, Sch, Florence Emanuel, S * upheld by a majority vote of Signed
% number of Cinemas now 3 frontage. First class sandy beach. Large living rooms, 4 bed- | Marea H nrietta, Sch. Philip H. Dav four to three the death sentence
8 operating in the Island it ¢ rooms on the upper floor with similar accommodation below cn | son cee ciated tad Wonths abe cb Ab- eee
% is not possible for the % ground floor. In our opinion this mpeey pas be bomrner | sm Gelector, 4,346 tons net, Ca.\ dullah Uzzbek, Soviet citizen. RATES:
oo . sth te ~ rey. i a > se , figure require | Sts « yreenock an ¢
s sia abe ; r § suitable for conversion into a Guest House. Low fig Slsughter, from Gree ie : ; arrested six ;
2 ee ae iy % sii | MV. Caribbee. 100 tons net, Cos tae ap be Iran’s northeast- 12 months £10 0. 0.
2 New F s as formerly: ¢ | Gur.bs, from Dominica $608 7 eh r
* New Films as Ys; Ril e .
; ‘ « — ern border with Russia
‘ ~ ~ > + -
% and, as most of the Mem- | - Evidence against Uzzbek said 7. ¢ 10. 0
? ; : - > “ aga 6 . ° >
% bers wish to see Pictures § Hs v4 BLADO™ de Ce MAIL NOTICE he was catrying a pneumatic
x at their first showing, % ! e . be oe a tyre in which were concealed a J €3 0. 0
} t} ite not sufficient $ treet ore tant radio transmitter and documents 3 ‘ 3
> S s » _ ae 1 ‘ ” : :
* there 1: tig k the ¥ A.F.S., F.V.A. General Post showing he was a Soviet citizen. :
it lage t cee > er . . will She, ‘ ves > sen- LL LLL (LLL OTL
M% patronage to eep 1e g : tstate Agents, Auctioneers & Building Surveyors Offes If the Shah approves the sen
Q a1. ¥ Real Es & kd >» kseaitnd
% Club's Cinema running. } THE FIRM WITH THE REPUTATION noon) Registered tence it will probably be carriec
* a . 7 2 d Ordin ousal =» court delib-
z 3.9.51—lwk. ’ ssf Plantations Building. a. ttn a out by shooting. The P 2 agai
% 16.9.51. . x Phone 4640 _ + wy erated three hours today.—vU.P. = ”
8 ‘ ‘
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PAGE EIGHT



‘It’s Too Bad There Can’t Be Two Champions’

By SUGAR RAY ROBINSON
NEW YORK.
Did you ever sit down to write one of those “thank you”
letters to somebody and just wonder how you're really
going to express your appreciation in just the right way?
If you did, and I think you must have, you feel very much
as I do now that the ayplause and the excitement of Wednes-
day evening is dying away.
It’s like you've had the party ‘
and the presents and you've got °"¢ breathing you just have
the toughest job of all to do—those Keep punching

to

letters. Well honest, I’m like that Felt Sorry
right now. And it’s going to be But J have to tell you that just
tougher in some ways, saying then I, felt kind cof sorry for

things I mean to say like I want Randy. I knew the title was coming

to, than it was being in there at back to me, but since I dropped
the Polo Grounds on Wednesday that decision to the British boy
night getting back our title. So J] just began to think of what he
many people said so many kind would be thinking when he real-
things to me this time that I just ised that he didn’t have it no
don’t know where to begin. more dt’s kinda tough, you

I wasn’t really surprised to hear know, but who am I to be senti-
it from them because I know they mental about it all, when I didn’t

were with me all along, ‘cos they find a whole lot of sentiment in
were my friends, The who defeat? Honest, though, I do feel
stuck with me even when I'd been centimental about it all, because

one’s

eaten in London and said they all those guys who meet in there
knew I'd succeed next time are human just like yourself,
I always had a feeling I'd win and I know it’s the toughest
through, too, and you can say it thing in the world to lose a title.
again that I was so much more ye sir. Most definitely
detetmined because I just wanted But when two people can’t

to show so many people I wasn’t have the same thing you just have

wrong, to get selfish about it in that ring
e And that was the way I looked

Pride Hurt at it from the beginning
I wish you could have seen I think I had giver’ my friends
some of the newspapers over here enough insight into my training
the days before the fight. for them to know that I really
Sugar’s Over The Hill.” “Sugar felt I could do the job this time.
Don’t Look So Sweet.” “Randy By Like I said full ten days before the
Knockout Ray’s Legs Have fight, I was in shape then.
Gone.” They told the world. Can [f knew it and I didn’t have to ask
you imagine the kind of feeling anyone to tell me. I even said I
that works up in a fighter when Was purposely going along easy so
he’s already had his pride hurt that I didn’t go “over the top.’
bad? Of course you can, and J] Sales talk? Well, it wasn't. And

ain’t kidding when I tell you all When I was doing this one day
those things made me more deter- 4nd that the next, out at Pomp-
mined than ever to get back the ton Lakes, I was only really try-



championship, ing out all the kinds of fighting
I just looked at those papers Which I thought would puzzle

and said. “Well, I'll be doggone, Turpin.

And I thought those people were a

my frienc You just somehow Tacties



seem to find w hich ones you can He dictated the first fight and 1

, » never seeme at started I
rely on when you're ’ never seemed to ge ,
doubt ure ina me Of wanted to make sure, he didn't
* . repeat 1e@, z so our strategy
There were a lot of doubters, repeat on me, and so our rateg:

7 » was deliberately to change
but I had a lot of the real sort of tactics every round or two.

friends, too. 1 want to thank them ~ you know, I’ve had people come
now for the help they gave me to me since Wednesday and ask
with their adv ice and their prayers me why IL kept switching the style,
and I don’t have.to say any more So | told them “This Turpin’s a
because I know they're all just as pretty good puncher. Only thing
happy as I am is he smokes best when he gets

There’s another guy I want to set to a sort of pattern and you
thank, too, and that’s Randy just don’t have to let him get set.
Turpin, We ain’t had a chance to tied down to a style, ‘cos there's
get together since the fight, like a chance he might nail you if you
I want to, but when f do I shall do. So I boxed those first couple
tell him he just helped me to win of rounds going forward Then
the title back from him, just ‘eos when I thought he had_ figured
he wanted to hang on to it was doing I starts going
much. I'm going to tell you now back and jabbing him as I circle
that although I thought I was in away. ‘Then when he figures that
front when the tenth round came he's got me a bit worried ‘cos I'm
up, I think I shovld have had a Packing up, I goes in with both
much harder road to travel if hands to the body, That's the way

" ’ D x we planned it,”
pene meet been 60 eager sbout If we hadn’t do you know

something ? It could have been
Blood 1 might have won in the second
He cut my eye, Honest, I don't

round, ‘Cos 1 hit Randy with a
think there was nothing, but right hand then just as good as
nothing, which he could have done

the one which really won me
to me that could have made me ‘he fight. He grabbed me round
want to get the fight over so

the legs and shook off the effects
quickly, I felt that blood trickling

of it with some clinghing, but

knew then if vot the chance to

down and it was then IT knew that j1.4 another like it, it might win
something had to be done, the fight, But if you do keep
Don’t get me wrong. It wasn’t throwing punches like that some-
a measure of desperation as some jody’s got to get hurt—and it
people have been all too willing might be you, so although I telt
to suggest They'll tell you I jike I might have him measured
looked tired, and if I hadn't won 7 just decided to follow our plan,

then I'd have been all in, So I Right up to the time Randy de-
looked tired. Then let me tell you ¢jded the plan had to be changed!

our

so What I

this. I was deliberately coasting

through the ninth and_ tenth Enough

rounds on orders. fron my

manager, George Gainford, who Well, you know what hap-
had me in front in his book and pened after that. I just kept hit-
decided that was the best way ting him punches, and finally

of staying in front and keeping up Referee Ruby Goldstein said that
for a final effort. Like we say, I was enough.

was playing possum. There’s been a lot of argument

whether he should have done it.

Then Randy cut me. Honest, I They said like there was only

couldn't tell you how it happened, eight seconds of the round to go

but somehow it felt like the heel Well, I can tell you this. Randy
of his glove caught it as I triedyyas getting lower and lower to-
to duck inside a short punch @wards the canvas and I began

Plenty of people said it was an-"
other butt, but although both"through before he’d go down. But
our heads were close together J dwhtn I began that final flurry !
just qpuldn’t say, And if I couldn't new it was all over. He didn’t
who could? That got me mad— try to punch like he’d done most
mad because I was seared. No, times when | thought I'd nailed
not scared for any other reason jim. He just tried to cover the

than that I wanted to win so pack of his head with his gloves
much, I knew I could win and like I was going to cuff him

Srila niear Ghee det mane round the ears. But when I got to
s 5 a) ause >y s stage ain’t i
stop that fight through the cut. that stage I ain’t in no mood to

to think I’d got to drive him right



cuff, and was prepared to stand
The thought flashed throug there all night if necessary to
make sure I won

my mind “I've just got to forget
what they told me and get WW [t ain't the first time I saw a
over.” So I threw that long right guy in front of me like that, and
hand which felt like it was | agin’t kidding to you when I
starting right from the bleacher say | don’t let ‘em get away, bell
rows and going right throwgh the or no bell. For proof ask Mister
other end of the Polo Grounds, Lamotta, from whom I took the
1 swung it so hard that might title at first. Something simi-
have done, and me with it, if I lar happened with him and he
hadn't connected; but it went so was down on the ropes just like
fast that Randy’s chin was in the Turpin when it all ended, I
right spot to get together with it. don’t forget these things and if
When he got up from the nine I ever was likely to there’s a
count {[ knew 1 could nail him. lifesize picture hanging up in my
And that’s the time when a restaurant to remind me.
fighter don’t have to show no At One Shot
mercy. So long as your oppo- There'll be one of
nent is standing in front of you going up there, too,

They'll Do It Every Time

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doesn’t hurt a fighter to keep re-
minding himself of his business,
particularly when it’s likely to
get him a quarter of a million
dollars at one shot as this one
looks like doing for me.

That’s pretty nice money, but
you know something? It’s a pretty
nice title, foo, and I’m so glad to
get it back because it’s made so
many people happy aside of me.

Now I’m going to settle down to
a real rest, and it could be I shan’t
fight any more this year. My next
fight will be for the Heart Fund
under the auspices of the Damon
Runyon Cancer Fund just like I
said, but it’ll probably not be be-
fore February.

I ain’t putting the title on ice,
but I think after the hard year
I’ve had, and throwing my cham-
pionship once and then having to
get it back all inside of sixty-four

days, I could use some rest.
Expanding
I’m expanding my businesses,

and enjoy sticking around there to
see that everything’s as it should
be. I got to get around to think-
ing about being the champion
again, too, but I guess I won’t find
that too difficult.

Now I want to round off with a
few words about Randy Turpin.
Some folks over here made sport
when I told them he’d said after
the first fight I’d be champion
again. Well, he did. Now you
want to know what he said this
time?

Well, he came over to me and
told me: “Ray, you’re a_ great
champion, The title’s yours. You
keep it until you’ve had enough
and then I’ll see what I can do
about it again.”

That was pretty nice of him.
Yes, Randy’s a great boy, and

Britishers should be proud of him,
Come to think of it, it’s too bad
there can’t be two champions.

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From Codrington
Rainfall: Nil
Total Rainfall for

date: 5.69 ins.
Highest Temperature: 84.5 °F
Lowest Temperature: 74.5 °F
Wind Velocity: 12 miles per
hour
Barometer: (9 a.m.)
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE





MANY relatives, friends and weil
wishers were at Seawell Air-
port yesterday morning to se>
the thirteen-man Barbados
Cricket team and their Man-
ager, Mr. E. A. V. Williams,
ex-International off to British
Guiana and to wish them bon
voyage and good luck.

Officials of the Barbados Cricket
Association present were Mr.
Fr. A. CC. Clairmonte, First
Vice-President, Mr. J. M. Kid-
ney, Second Vice-President,
Mr. W. F. Hoyos, Honorary
Secretary and Mr. E. D. Inniss
and Mr. E. L. G. Hoad, Snr.,
Members of the Board of Man-
agement.

Other cricketers who were there



B‘dos Cricketers Off To B.G.

to give the boys a good send
off included Mr. L. O. Wood,
Mr. Harold Kidney, Mr.
Seymour Beckles, Mr. Theo-
dore Birkett, Mr. Neville Med-
ford, Mr. Clifford Skinner, Mr.
Clayton Greenidge.

Allan Collymore, President of
the Barbados Cricket Associa-
tion was unable to be present
as he had to attend a sitting
of the Court of Common Pleas.
He however, sent a message by
the Secretary, wishing the
team bon voyage and all the
best throughout the tour.
The Manager, Mr. E. A. V. Wil-
liams, told the “Advocate” that
the team was a young one, the
average age being twenty-two.

Sir

THURSDAY,

U.K. Go To
The Polls

| @ From Page 1 _ pointed. One from among them-

10. In that vote, the Socialist selves could be elected as Chair-
|Government defeated: Churchill’s man. When there was no bye-
|Conservatives and other opposi- law, it was well known that
jtion parties by only seven votes commonsense prevailed. There
j in the Commons. were quite a number of cases on

SEPTEMBER 20,

Counsel Address
Court All Day

@ From Page 5

1951



; ‘ that.
All the boys had been exercis- | First re-action in political “The case cited by the counsel
ing every morning at Rockley | (Watters in Washington to the an- for the other side to bring out
and they are all fit. | nouncement of British Elections the continuance in office did not
He said that the standard of the! Was one of satisfaction because of hold in the case before them
fielding is up to the best Bar-|t"@ hope that it would give one Under section 4, the Superin-
bados has ever produced, the Party or the other in Britain a tendent was merely elected, not
batting is sound down to num- |8°0d working majority. This was even sworn in. There was noth-
ber 9 and the bowling is good. reflected in the comment of various ing to say that he would remain
He felt confident that the team | Persons including representative in office until a successor was
al ive ood account of | Christian Herter who fathered the duly elected.
itecif aaah ee off the field. | Marshall plan. in Congress. He would produce authority,

he said, to show that the Super-
The first colony game will start at) He said “the election call is .n intendent had no right to hold
Bourda on Saturday. excellent thing. In view of the

The menbers of the team are: il ki ‘ority th over. The other side o-
bs re-— |small working majority the Labour bring evidence to show that he
A. M. Taylor (Capt.), G. Wood, y ing ¢ t

|Party has had and the rift within could and they had not touched

W. Greenidge, C. W. Smith, | jt; ranks it is a good thing tohave that. There was no case which
A. Holder, C. Hunte, K. “"\a showdown now so whichever specifically stated that because a
Walcott, K. A. Branker, C.|party wins there can be a solid man was elected and sworn in

Bradshaw, W. A. Farmer, N. E.) working majority.

Pp office he had a right to hold on
Marshall, G. Proverbs and E. |

To us it is not so important "© Matter what might have been



Trinidad Beat B’dos
1-0; Ladies Win 2-1

By PAUL FOSTER

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 19.

Trinidad men won the third and final water polo Test match
one goal to nil against Barbados at the Trinidad Yacht Club
this afternoon. This is the first time ever, since the series
began in July 1949 that a Barbados team has been defeated
by Trinidad. The home team won a well played match in
which they carried their opponents the majority of the game.

The Barbados team fought weli

and held off the local team until
late in the second half when
Weatherhead in goal for Barba-

dos who had saved several other
difficult shots was caught napping
by one of the Trinidad defenders,
Carlton Gill who swam across the

half way mark took a decep-
tive long shot which swept into

the left hand corner of the nets.

The huge crowd watching the
game went wild and _ terrific
applause went up.

The Barbados team attacked

frequently and their forwards sent
in several shots, but either goal-
keeper Gatcliffe was well in posi-
tion or the Trinidad backs worried

the Barbados forward line into
taking inaccurate shots,
A strong tide was running

against Barbados in the second
half, and it was this that perhaps
caused the goal as Weatherhead
had to continually watch to see
that he did not get taken inside
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Gill’s shot however, was a
magnificent effort and Trinidad
who had played a sterling game
throughout the series fully deserv-
ed their victory which nevertheless
came too late to make any differ-

ence to the final results of the
series.
Girls Win
Barbados ladies kept up their
unbroken victorious record and

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oné, Skipper Peggy Pitcher played
a forcing game and placed bo'h
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Anne Bradley in the Trinidad
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Atkinson |which party wins as that they Prior to 1949.
= nr — ————~ tshould be able to work efficiently “It has been said,” he said
oe jand have a feeling of security.” “that some of these were not
After the games _ Trinidad’s |} ‘ : members at the time, but there
Governor Sir Hubert Rance who} Representative Laurie Battle, was no foundation in a charge
watched the matches and started|member of the Hots® Foreign made against them.’ It should

the ladies’ game by throwing the
ball into the centre of the field,
presented the trophies to Barbados |
captains Boo Patterson and Peggy

Affairs Committee who has fol- be in the Minute book. They re-
lowed Atlantic affairs more close- ceived a notice from Rev. Hoyte,
ly than the average Congressman, but took no notice of it and there
said: “I hope the British people was nothing to show that they

Pitcher, will clear the atmosphere in this had been charged under the bye-
Four cups were also awarded|election and strengthen whichever law. ;
to the most oytstanding players|Government they put into power. They were never given an op-

in the teams. For Barbados these
went to Charlie Evelyn and
Dorothy Warren, while Harry
Smith and Josephine Gatcliffe
were named as Trinidad’s best
performers.

After the presentation, visitors
were entertained to steel band}
music while comic matches coin-
prised of some of Trinidad league
players were played by floodlights.

The team then left for the Hotel

The margin of the present Govern- portunity to defend themselves.
ment has been too thin. There should have been an en-
. : quiry and when Rev. Hoyte sent

“In foreign policy I would not the letters, he was acting outside
anticipate any appreciable change his power. He did not have the
whichever party wins the elec- power to expel them. As far as
tion, although there might be some tiiose members were concerned,
important changes in local policy. they could not be dealt with at
I don’t agree with the Labour all. If they misconducted them-
|Government’s policy towards Red selves, there was a Petty Tres-
|China or some of its trade behind pass Act under which he could
the Iron Curtain, but on the other be prosecuted or the Act govern-

Normandie where a dinner in|hand I do favour co-operation for ing _the interruption of divine
honour of the visitors was held./@ strong union of Europe.” service.

The Barbados teams leave Amo aininistrat? Mr. Reece held that an Annu-

; : P . é nong. a stra icials a i cs ;

tomorrow night for Barbados via & ministrative officials a} Business meeting was not a

in the U.S. there was the tradi- meeting of the Representatives
tional “hands off” policy which is of the churches. Only represen-
always followed as regards friend- tatives could do the things set
lly countries lest the Government out in Section 4.

here appear to be trying to sway When the case continues on

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totalled 76, five fewer than the
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the election towards one or the Monday, Mr. Reece will continue
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ESTABLISHED 1895 THURSDAY, SE2°EMBER 1951

20,









Commurt}sts agree to
resume iuce negotiations

Attlee asks Kirig to

Majesty's condition
dissolve U.K, Parliament

cause for alarm

BRITAIN KING “is N.A.T.O.

gives

PEACE









King George will dissolve parliament

Attlee Wants A
bigger Majority

LONDON, September 19.

. PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee on Wednes-

day night announced a General Election for
October 25.

‘ Attlee made the announcement in a radio broadcast
before leaving for Scotland on Thursday to address
the Scotland Labour Party.

Attlee summoned the old Parliament to return on

October 4 instead of the previously planned date of;
October 16.

The old Parliament will be dissolved on October 5
by Royal Proclamation.

Attlee said in his broadcast that, ——
the Government has carried on the
affairs of the country with a very
gmall majority in the Commons,

Attlee continued “I have there-
fore asked His Majesty the King
for whose speedly restoration to
full health we all pray, to grant

CRICKET TEAM

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British Empire
Alarmed By
King’s Iliness



a dissolution of Parliament” r ‘
J I Se o

“I consider that the time has King Osslaws “neato” lirties

come to ask electors for the re- “ Y dee “se





3ritish Empire from
and raised fears that

alarmed the
end to end
the frail ailing Monarch may have
to undergo another surgical opera-

newal of cenfidence in Government
| and to give it adequate Parlia-
ménfary support in order to deal














































































with important issues with which | tion. the Allied line ie c
it is #harged at home and abroad. Not since the King was operated oe aid that the three majority parties
Attlee met with his Cabinet as}on in 1949 to prevent the loss of , N troops northwest or | . Social Democrats, ve als
~wenapers » exid a fe > gs have > ritis rs . é 1g at , asterr ( ) iar nd Conservatives—
newspapers headlines said a Gen- oy i a ois legs have the British MEMBERS of the Barbados Cricket team who left Seawell yesterday — | the iw , sap ae aie” Mise t ala te th Pn liamentary
eral Election would be ne id | people been so concerned about rni 1 B.G. Airways rial : : c - achon reservoir punehe ee ented on 1€ ihamenté
his health. x morning by B.G, Airways speeial chartered flight for British Guiana out a 1,000 vards advance ‘oreign elation: Committee
October 25. | From All Quarters: Back Row, Left to Right: C. Bradshaw, C. W. Smith, W. A. Farme te : ; . .

The Evening News and the’, The vague medical > ieee t | G. Woo@, B. Atkinson, K. EB. Waleott and N. EB. Marshall ; ” oth Sides U.S, Marit routed |] i vere te ue, Dt cee
puiaiiaeéeae a a ‘issued last night gave lit for- : ae . Ras ieees : ae SERIE aw /9, Marines routed last Con YI aft in Ottawe
Evening Standard Pee ae ae capiel “he Sore mY: yf "that } rQ aaa ™ Left to Right: K. A Branker, G, Proverbs, W. Green munists from a strategic hill far “Tha t De anaes atiaibe wianet net
don Daity i Mirror I Se ogee ‘structural changes” otherwise U.S. Ambassador ‘ se gh _ ee, serie (Capt.), BE. A. V. Williams (Manager), C. Kunte W ould L ik Bs To ther east after breaking their|\..q to a breakdown of negotia-
See in prec ea ng that an unexplained — have occurred in $ : e resis tack w = ia ae spectac . " Hone about the nclusion of the
election was imminent. the King’s lung. ‘7 | ittack with flame rowers ist sal

Attlee met for 85 minutes with . To Tran On | i Sf Fi | ti y ant uP countrie oP

Ministers today although some But that was enough to confirm . ai « > b op If 1 ing” .

of his top aides including Foreign | t0 ees Britons that the ager His W ay Home a lan eace r a el R b 1. 0 0 F l

Secretary Herbert Morrison and | condition is serious even if not / (By HARRY FERGUSSON) ( ‘eet Up

Chancellor of the Exchequer, dangercus, ane ons force bes Henry F. Grady United State \ 7 NEW YORK, Sept. 18 Communists Ask u y |

Hugh Gaitskell were out of the Be Acusteattn ot oi pecgoase oe Ambassador to Iran left Teheran | q e The situation in the Korean * - MOSCOW, Sept. 19

country. next mola #4 ana New ealand |to-day to retire from diplomatic | a OL e wine is that both sides would like For Meeting Of Steeple-jaecks began climbing

The Prime Minister saw the King yes. flame pointed to the por life after serving a frustr ating } } © stop fighting but can’t find the spire of Moscow University’s
yesterday. That was the sam sip” oF an o ation whic 14% ‘months in “thi¢ eT ny way to do it. Meanwhile the I iaison OMieers seen. yp OBA. mentntihmmncinen.. enti aden
procedure Attlee followed in] performed, may occur #0071: Wiest eee on Russia’s southern cs pas tp ; United Nations army and Com- aa ‘ . ing’ on Wednesday to put in
January, 1950, just before he an-|!y the presence of two surgeons ret i aia | i : OTTAWA, Sept. 19 munists have been trying to keep TOKYO. Sent. 19 place a 12 ton ruby studded with
nounced the election on January |among the nine doctors who held | q, eis y, oe Seat rea i000 00 : Italian Premier, Alcide De Gasperi, met the Big Three again] pressure on by making local and Clonmmuniet paaaae ; wah: Hatare ln five point Soviet Red Star on

a conference at Buckingham Pal- | A" 1elping save Greece from}! today and said that negotiations to revise Italy’ race | limited objective attacks aoe asefire negotiators} its top. The 38 storey temple is
er Communism came to Iran hoping ' = , > laly S peace a) Ton 84 4 asked tonight for two. separate rs ater » fc he
@ On Page 8 ace yesterday and issued the bul- I , ” The United Nations has had the to be completed in time for the
re ay ¢ sued the bul-/t, set up an American’ economic treaty “are going very well ee eee . has _ meetings of liaison officers tomor-|academic year which starts in
Tin aaa rticularly i . ‘ing fo 0 Cor-fi.. : 46 7
| Only five doctors were in the }** Th roy ts teat ¢ b | Today’s meeting progressed so smoothly that Ministers} the matter of casualtic whic h bres eae ht he os ae a the autumn of 1952.—U.P.
. ugh t f s > } mae i ‘Ts who ac wanderec
TO DAY’S WEATHER consultation which preceded the rough no fault of his he lef agreed to let their substitutes handle further discussion ome localities hive been run t . '
a Me. + c , with < 5,000,000 U.S. loar till : . ru into the Kaesong neutrajity zone ”
ho on the King’s legs in}tangied in’ Red tape and . | aclear indication that the Big Three and It have reached | ™n8 at the ratio of about 20 to} accidentally ' CRICKETERS IN a.
¢ 6 t < » ane é ‘ . one 4 : ‘ed Natio ce ee oe (From Our Own Corresponden
CHART Secondly, the sudden decision of [@Cemic rocks because of oil a definite understanding on the method and the extent of Canale iafadthtw ‘idewey’) I parecer ! Ns on C ent nd a EORGETOWN. Sept. 19
Sunrise: 5.50 ‘am Queen Elizabeth to cut short her | 24tonalization. the treaty revision opened the door for resumption of hut Barbados cricketers rrived
Sunes: 6.01 pm. holiday in Scotland also, She had | , GEASS td Ayer ie ss OY en . De Gasperi met with U.S. Sec-]| ceasefire talk If Communi t| It was indicated that the Com safely on Wednesday and wert
Moon: Ful planned to remain at Balmoral! tndie. who will arrive soon fi retary of State, Dean Acheson.] Commanders on the scene could; @UMst High Command might ce met by the Cricket Board offici
; . Castle until next month 3ut she « 2 O ck » d ft {British Foreign Secretary Herber ; re ; | Sup i reply » t fYer by . » Net tising i
: t | e 7 . i Sec i ferbe } the decisio oO ves i ply | he offer by the nd the pre N practising
es Pee 6.24 flew back last night with Princess Earth : Tremors: Bermuda r ere ( oO Morrison and French Foreign Min-} truc ; { ik yer Oy P oun m : * ; | Supre me United Nations Com- [be on Thursday and Friday and
nites a ’ eer toes Elizabeth and the Duke of Edin- shaken by earth tremors at B 10 | ister Robert Schuman for 30 min-|zgain tome : ; but en ; ‘T'! mander General Ridgway to re-[ the first Test starts Soturday
how Tide: 16.90 an, to tae burgh who leave for Canada and |a@.m. Tuesday, Disturbances lasted 2 ) . ute ; 7 ts — hee yut i ; is obvious| ome armistice 1 dilatioy
Bb 5, Lam: Sy ae ate the United States next Wednesday. |from 10 to 15 seconds. No damage | ult | ersia Their meeting was preceded by] j, / ah a ue y are Vv aiting for iti
UP. was report | = ey ats ; Throc prota Fy 1igmer authoritit o decide and A series of rapia fire develop-
eee | it w es the first quake felt in 25] a private Big Three Conference} higher authorities are in Moscow| ments pointed toward a decisive|| The “ADVOCATE”
¢ ’ z in 25 / 4 an ‘. “ a wy : oto § 1 Peking turn soon inthe le z deadlock
years in this resort ar | ABADAN, Iran, Sept. 19 French agreement was apparently |?" > von inthe long deadloc
I Prai 2% : weds [ranian Oil 3oard = on!reached on the sched ile i : re Plavyi : wT Which began, . with ' CAMOUT _ for NEWS
e ec S | | Nehru Praised: The ‘Times ednesday ordered two senior fyision aying For Time charges that United Nations had Dial 3113
| pré aises Nehru’s fight in the New "4 British officials of the Anglo-Iran- ‘A delegatior ource eo : pe e violated the neutrality of Kaesong 1a)
ery Parliament for th ian Oil Company to leave the {fi#f: insié Oe ha Oe ees ee n order to gain time while 2 where negotiations were conduct- °
lot Sac strat cell nations ae . ‘ountry by Sunday he 2h vi ‘i © ant ithe rrie ‘ make up their minds, C 4 ager sd until Reds broke them off Day or Night
ef pé j t } 9. tlie before iverted argument far from on August 23 uP. _
eu er’ bey roposa jtion of Hindu women alth« h the The Board withdrew the resi- general treaty revisions was thel real issues involved * pone
Raweeepes often has bee ritical dence permits of James F.C biggest problem but added “that They oh ‘ "|
f Ji $ t ete 7 ali sap 39 hey arge that there hav
[or his policies 7 toward C ina,! ningham, Superintendent of OT : mae ; ree . Ane ca ‘ been 200 violations of the neutr ,
BERLIN, Sept. 19. Japan, Russia, Kashmir anq_ hi | A LO.c communications, and}|pave settled th P mee 43 sain of zone since September 10, The; } e ] ¥ wT
East German Premier, Otto Grotewohl, rejected West Ber- TOME Thefenee: anal eae : ca the Company’s}4° declaration to be. issued. inj © even break them down into| @ s d x w éé
lin Mayor, Ernest Reuter’s proposal to unify Berlin through | three civil defence organizations | ping Manager here Washington when De Gasperi| “#ys by saying that last wi k |
gE atio dat \ t here ext weol nere 4 ¢ iolation 0
free elections and repeated his demand for the unification Jand called for intensification of | , The Board replaced Cunning- |‘! Wh “ ote bells, te rege en ON” Monday 16, on Tuesday 29 on| 9 " ” @ @
a 1" 7 * rile ) on € ras- | We ‘ 1 . é ‘
of Germany and the withdrawal of occupation troops. (civil defence work throughout the | ; ae at with an Iran-| jeri will address the U.S. Con-! Wednesday four | ¢ Xs A
Grotewohl warned West German Premier, Konrad Ade- |Â¥-8.S-R (held technical information from |Stes% the first 2 an Taken, ppet. ie. ean ASE
nauer that “rearmament means war” oon announcement of the merger | them CA aay statesman has been so honoured.| done i » file a large number of
, . ’ ordered special attention to ¢ : U.P. | accusatior hich give them]
He assailed the West German Government for rejecting . ie
- > ‘ } “ ¢ organization of clubs in ville age | They gave no reason tor Box omet # to talk about while}
the Communist proposal to hold all-German talks on unity. |that not even a single collective | expulsion but it aie ma th Setnerempemearivemmemmrane \ they evade the real issue, That
‘ ‘. farm. state farm or machine! they consider him responsible fi ssue is where the demarcation line
In a belligerent speech Grote-, points used by Western Allies lt eg + ; s . Fr ‘4
3 , s , s t * tractor ste v me h.| the departure f five Sritish |) Ss ill be drawn between the tw
wohl said German_unity and a/to pass through the Soviet Zone oO - rion, eee _ OS eget tugs whee wo Tees al Ke ~ P T he T SR | ine if chA when a aitaice |
Peace Treaty would be attained | to Berlin would be closed ‘ steel anabechetahia aide aiaat | Navy escorted from Abadan to | WASHINGTON, Sept rrranged (U.P.) ” | =
despite the Bonn refusal, and However Allied ome, Said Accuses Judge: Bookmaker! Basra on Sunday |} Admiral William Feet te ler] |

int that Communists w ould their latest information indicated | Harry Gr¢ screaming accusation | . 5 aid on Wednesday the United| * |
hold unity talks with West Ger-|that the majority would be kept)at the Judge, went on a sitdown rrum Special Oil Envoy W.|States must maintain its troop T I . at
mans over the head of the Aden-|open and only a few closed. et ai os c ; erell Hh rriman offered to try | A iat! ‘ |

Y tril i the v ess stand te ' in offered to try land weapons o ( y t Oo >
aug ee ‘ caraew oi Ss TO tn of Reu- nor et ; + mc aes oy igain to mediate the explosive per te vie Boys Yi pM mu Raide d In me:
Srotewohl spoke in a Soviet |ter's appeal for Berlin elections ve : , ' Anglo-Iranian oil dispute but not | «yy ; From Our Own Corr
5 ; € . W ¢ have ¢ ’ i . Oo o pondent |
Zone factory at Fuelstedberg as|was considered by Western offi- month investigation of . bling on Iran's latest terms ' { aes vena ‘ ft GEORGETC WN. Se Pe i9 |
Western Allies awaited the clos-|cials as’ proof that the Communist |#"d police protection which rocked peers Seer gee oe defensive| Police, were on. W i nesday |
ing of some of the interzonal | proposal to unify all of Germany official New York City, Gross yelled In a diplomatically tough note | 40? n Western Europe, in obita A mw ar Teng, My
crossing points to Berlin in a]was not sincere. Both the unity denunciations at the J who Iranian Premier Mohammed |'@iniand countrie und = island probing a mysterious raid on the,
tightening of the Soviet grip on] proposal and the new pinch on formerly was the cour Mos sadeg gh Harriman rejected he} Which fringe the eastern Asian | to mb of Josephine Grant, one of
the city. Berlin trade and traffic were con- jing criminal attorney request pass along the 15-day | coast the Mediterranean andj) '' ee ed in Monday morn-

“Reliable” reports reaching |sidered an attempt to_ frustrate ' ltimatum to Britain and urged|in the East”, Fect er said) ng raffic tragedy when a fire
Western Allies said all but two or | Allied plans to rearm West Ger- Amnesia: Captain Frederick j Mossadegh to “reconsider his }in his first speech since becom-| brigade truck he idlonged into a
three of the 14 East-West crossing ' many. —U-P. Fogarty reported issing roposals f etting new talk ling Chief of Naval Operatior | down-t6wn dry goods store

secret special weapons base was} *'arted } —U.P. | Grant buried on Tuesda
P ¥ found wandering through Albu- Harthwat notitios li y c the night sho
querque today 1 ompla , 6 et =ee 0) on wa ale ke tomb, ex c th
Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund | quer fede ga complaingd ot down nth, Hole to, Movgadeg 9 | broke the” tomb, extricat ted
: pl formation Officer] Saturday and released today , Da ae ae ae : “aa
Richard Wade said. Wade said he] the State De partment along with v olalions Re fused | pe ee pe enarey oe “de erase
THE FUND kept up its steady pace of just over $300 a day, yester-; was taken to the base hospital for] Mossadeg! note of a Print sell h_ flower plucked fr “||
day and so went past $11,000 mark. This is excellent going, and reflects | examination ay. Gk Har: raed " , cameo NEW YORK, Sept. 19 P
the fine effort which every one is making to help the unfortunate Jamaicans ur i strniies » x + kay With er tent imou that} Tt ric of oodooism, theft
Tour in Australia: Indonesian :
EVERYONE INCLUDES Foreign Minister Dr. Sut s Harriman warned that Mossa-~ |#nother Britist jevaluation is | or obsessic were dis 8k and.
You! rived in Sy fri Fran-| @egh’s ultimatum that the British hadowing the erling futures of| but police conte baffement

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before, and have you made Australia as a guest of the or }< y “will only further aggra- | source tod ed to give ut jewels or other valuables and
your effort? Perhaps you ernmen re re already serious situatior quotatior fo 30) va 90 a the ndertaker remove coffin

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next month

Turkey And Greece
Will Get Into NATO

OTTAWA, September 19.

IPLOMATIC SOURCES said that the North
Atlantic Treaty Council would agree to recom
mend the admission of Greece and Turkey to the
12-nation defence pact. e 4
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this afternoon that it will go along wipif tle eldven!
other nations favouring the expansion of the-
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| Bjoern Kraft: sayi ip- wv
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I U.SAdficials said Den- ‘Y’
R li ik ha lready Tet it be
° would not tand ‘¢
ed Attacks |)! .038
i ‘anadian Minister for
EIGHTH ARMY H.Q., KOREA, ore Lester B. Pearson told
Sept. 19 veamen that Norway had ex-
United Nations forces beat essed 9 ral support for
vicious Communist co unter iltac i }bringing Grcece ind furkey’s
ind smashed ahead up to 1,00 750,000-man military force nto
yards in Eastern Korea, Reds ihe tre he

icked newly won United N: stion

A report from Copenhagen said

vill positions on the eastern fron’ it Denmark today agreed to the

under a curtain of heavy «nort: of Greece and Turkey inte
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Need Calling

I3* J. P HARKNESS
CMG., "One Medical Ad-
viser to the Comptroller for De-
velopment and Welfare, left Bar-
bados yesterday evening for Wash-
ington vii Trinidad by B.W.1.A, to
attend the Annual Meeting of th
Regional Committee of the World
Health Organisation for the
Western Hemispher

Dr. Harkness will companied
at the meeting by Dr. J. P
O’Mahon¥, Director of Medical

Serviceswho also left yesterday
and Dr. W. Fitzmaurice, O.B.E.,
Director of Medical Servicer,
Jamaica.

The meeting opens on Septem-
ber 22 and closes on October 3

With Barclays Bank
kK. ANTHONY McCUwNEY,
son of Mr. and Mrs, Oweu
McConney of “frankville,’ Christ
Cnurch, returned to Britisn Guiana
yesterday evening by B.W.LA.
after spending five weeks’ holiday
with his parents.
Anthony, is with Barclays Bank,
Georgetown,
Architect Returns
R. R. FRASER REEKIE, Resi-
dent Partner in the West In-
dies of Messrs. Watkins and Part-
ners, architects of London and the
West Indies, returned to his head-
quarters in Trinidad on Monday
evening by B.W.1.A. after spending
a holiday. He was accompanied
by his wife and daughter. They
were staying at the Ocean View
Hotel.

srought Children to School
R. W. HADLEY, planter of St.
Vincent and Mrs, Hadley, ar-
wived here on Sunday in the R.M.S.
Lady Nelson for two weeks’ holi-
day and are staying at the Aquatic
Guest House.

Accompanying them were their
son Bruee, who has returned to
the Lodge School, their daughter,
S-lly affd their niece, Germaine,
who will be entering Codrington
High School.

M.P. Leaves For Trinidad
kK. ALAN LENNOX-BOYD,
Member of Parliament and

Chairmary of the Conservative

Party's Imperial Affairs Commit-

tee, left for Trinidad yesterday

evening by B.W.1.A. to continue
his tour‘of the West Indies. He
was accompanied by Major Eric

Beatty.

Atténded Daughter's

Wedding
R. GURNEY GHENT Man-
i ager of the Shipping Depart-
ment of Archer Coal Depot in
Trinidad, returned home on Mon-
day evening after attending the
wedding of his daughter Joan anc
Basil Brooks. He was staying with
his sister. Mrs. Walter Marshall of
Aquatic. Guest House

On Short Visit
R. ANDREW CHRISTINE,
Manager of the Central
Agency Ltd., left for Trinidad by

B.W.1.A. on Tuesday on a short
visit.
Intransit
R. W. H. GROGAN of Plan-
cacti wales m Brvition

Guiana was intransit on Monday
in the S.S. Golfito from England
where he had spent a holiday.

Off to Trinidad
M*: AND MRS BASIL

BROOKS, who were married
at St. Patrick's R.C. Church on
Saturday, left for Trinidad by
B.W.LA, Tuesday

on

vas acc
Jes:
daughters,

All- a cruise



MISS ANNE PEARCE, aged 19
flew from London to join the all-girl
crew of the yacht Leprechaun at
Gibraltar. They will cruise for two
months in the Mediterranean.

L.E.S.

For Three Weeks
I N BARBADOS for three, weeks’
1oliday are Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Belgrave of British Guiana
They arrived yesterday morning
by B.G. Airways and are staying
with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newsam
of “Ferndale”, Hastings

Mr. Belgrave is with
Mutual Fire and Life
Company,

Arriving by the same flight from
British Guiana was Mrs. G. Hale
who is also spending three weeks’
holiday here. She is staying with
Mr. and Mrs. Webber of Maxwell

B.G. Businessman

R. A. D. HACK, Proprietor an |

Governing Director of Hack
Cycle Store in British Guiana, ar-
rived yesterday morning by B.G
Airways for a month's holiday. He

accompanied by Mrs, Hack

their two sons-in-law and
Mr. and Mrs. Ahmed
Aziz and Mr. and Mrs. H. Alli.

Mr. Aziz is a soap manufacturer
and Mr. Alli a merchant, both of
Georgetown. They are all staying
at Worthing Guest House.

Bridge Party
HE Bridge and Canasta Party
organised by the S.P.C.A. to
raise funds for the promotion of
Animal Welfare in the island will
ve held at Queen's Park hivuse on
Thursday, October 4, at 4 p.m
Tickets are one dollar each and
include tasty refreshments. A bar
will be open to provide drinks at
popular prices
All bridge players are asked to
make up tables and sq belp a very
worthy cause. Phone Mrs. R. W. E
Tucker at 3439 and make sure of
your table

the B.G
Assurance





AMERICAN COL UMN —

ALASKA'S new gold rush is
on—with chorus girls racing for
£45 a week in nightclubs there,
compared with the £17 10s,
average -en Broadway Reason
Alaska has more men than wo-
men, and the woman shortage
has been made worse by the
arrival of thousands of well-paid
workers on construction projects.

HOLIDAY SHOPPERS

SHOPS closed today for
York’s September Bank Holiday,
so some men, thinking this was
an ideal “Shopping” day, got
into one big store by a_ back
window. Police saw them and
followed them in—but tonight
are still hunting them through
the vast nine-floor building.

UNFROZEN NORTH

MISSING—-428 icebergs
the North Atlantic. And
cares? Not the International Ice
Patrol, mystified by the fact that
this year only five bergs drifted
south of the 48th Parallel
towards }_the Shipping - la nes, com-



from
who



New

pared with a
433, Most likely ceenanen|
ibnormally high sea tempera
tures in the sub-Arctic

IT’S ALWAYS JOE.

COMMUNIST code to warn
fellow members that there may
be a secret service agent in their
midst—“Joe heard from an old
friend in Be'grade.” If post. |
dam is suwstituted for
it means that the newcomer,
though not a Communist, is not
dangerous. Lithuania in
Belgrade would indicate a
rade, absolutely O.K,.

TWO MINDS...

your penny, take your
choice: Defence Mobiliser
Charles Wilson today forecast a
meat famine, with soaring prices,
Down the street from his office
the Department of Agriculture
was putting out a bulletin fore-
easting bigger killings, ample
supplies—and “a seasonal fall”
in | prices of beef and pork

50-year average

PAY

mupete and the Sorcerer—27_



The little bear find
someone who will tell him the way,
bur the warrior looks so frighten-

wants to



ing that he doesn’t think of speak
ing to him In he plunges
head first into the thick under-
growth and despite many prickles



tries to get back to the

fying

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Belgrade

place of
com-

To Witness Cricket Games
R. E. L. WARD, P.M.O. of
Christ Church, and Mr. E. C
‘Teddy” Jones, Proprietor of the
Barbados Dairies, went out on the
B.G. Airways 11.30 flight with the
cricketers for British Guiana yes-
erday to witness the colony game
between British Guiana and Bar-
bados They both expect to be
away for about two weeks.
Also leaving for British Guiana
the same opportunity were
Mrs. Charlie Taylor and Miss
Yvonne Castillho of the staff of
Messrs Eckstein Bros. She is now
paying a holiday visit to her home
after an absence of six years
Miss Castillho is a sister of Mrs.
Ben Hoyos @f ‘“Wexterville”
George Street. Belleville

City Accounfant For B.G.



by



R E H BOHNE, City

Accountant, left for British
Guiana yesterday afternoon by
B.W.1.A. to spend about four
weeks’ holiday While there, he
will witness the intercolonial
cricket games between’ British

Guiana and Barbados

To Cover Cricket Tour
R. O. S. COPPIN, Sports Edi-
tor of the Barbados Advo-
sate, left yesterday afternoon by
B.W.1LA. for British Guiana vo
cover the cricket games for his
paper, e
Liaison Officer

ETURNING
week is

to Jamaica this
Mr. G. E. Mills,
Colonial Office Liaison Officer for
West Indian students. Mr. Mills
who was seconded from the Jamai-
can Civil Service, will take up
appointment at the Secretariat in
Kingston.

A large number of West Indian
students regret he is leaving Lon-
don as he has been most helpful
and interesting in their academic
studies.

Mr. Mills took a great interest
in extra-mural work and among
other things, he was responsible

for arranging cricket matches be-
tween the West Indian student
cricketers and English and Uni-

versity cricket teams

Enjoying Holiday
M* F. E. SPENCER who is at-

tached to the Royal Bank of
Canada in Caracas, arrived here
on Sunday in the R.M.S. Lady
Nelson for a short holiday and i*
staying at “Leaton-on-Sea,” The
Stream.









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A game of cards. (6)
. To art, make known. (8)

If it has, it lasts, (9)

Some cali tt mimosa. (6)

. Gorilla at tne reptile house. (9)
. Puts me in the final of Gothic
architecture, (6)

. D’'you know Jupiter’s wire? (4)

Proves art is up and down,
. To any it’s always in Eur
This way is falling behin
. Has me all confused. (5)
It’s a matter of habit. (3)
. Make man skin a relation, (7)

Down

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Yugoslavia Will
If Attacked

Russia

By

H.

1951

SHACKFORD

LONDON, Sept. 19

Yugoslavia’s Marshal Tito obtained virtual assurance from

the West that he will not hav
Russia or her satellites

re to stand alone if attacked by

There is no formal agreement. There may never be one. The

“understanding” is both unw

But responsible Western officials
concede that short of a formal
agreement Tito has come about as

close as he can to getting from
Western officials an informal
understanding that: —

1 The West would probably

consider an attack on Yugoslavia
as the start of World War III,—or
very close to it

2 The West having poured con-
siderable money into Yugoslavia
with more to follow would bé un-
likely to stand by and see Russia
or her Satellites seriously .harm
Yugoslavia ;

On July 21, in Warsaw Molotov
warned Tito that “The peoples
of Yugoslavia will find the road to
freedom and the elimination of
the Tito—Fascist regime.”



Would Involve World
Since then Tito has continued to
expound to Western visitars his
thesis that an atack on Yugoslavia
could not be localized—that it
would have to involve Europe and

much of the rest of the world
One of those visitors—Truman’s

Special assistant Averell Harri-
man listened to that thesis
recently and then made it a

special point of telling a Press con-
ference afterward he did not say
“yes” but also he didn’t say “no”
to it.

British Cabinet Minister Philip



Noel-Baker told the tenth anni-
versary of the Yugoslav uprising
celebration here Sunday that Tito
told him “the true meaning of
Korea is there will be no more
‘private wars’, If the nations who
want peace have resisted aggres-
sion in far off Korea they will

resist wherever it will begin.”
Noel-Baker said “I believe
fervently that that is true.” This
is the most direct evidence that
the West would consider an attack
on Yugoslavia.” It was given to
the U.S. Congressional Committee
in August by Genera] Eisenhower's
Chief of Staff, right hand man and
chief spokesmar Licutenant
General Alfred M. Gruenther,

“Very Close’

Gruenther said: “When
talking about the (Soviet)
satellites I gave it my view
that I did not think the Soviets
would be able to gét by with
another satellite attack (such as
against Yugoslavia) while every-
body stood by and said ‘let them
fight it out.’”

When asked whether he meant
that an attack on Yugoslavia “real-
ly should properly be considered as
the beginning of World War ITI.”
Gruenther replied. “Very close to
it. | would say if there is a satellite
attack against Yugoslavia we ure
very close to World War III.”

There would certainly be strong
support in Britain for that view
including strangely enough, sup-
port from Labour's Left Wing
which is resisting the size of the
rearmament piceramme,

I was

as

Support
The “Truman Doctrine” although

always subject to interpretation by
the United States itself promised
aid to any country that resisted
uggression or threats to its in-
dependence whethe; direct or
indirect,

The Atlantic Pact now that

Greece and Turkey are about to be
admitted as members could be
used. Pact members could decide
that an attack on Yugoslavia was

a threat to western Europe—as
most western officials agree it
would be.

Whatever the formula, Tito

seems assured of support in case
of trouble and the Western powers
hope that Russian knowledge that
the West would not stand idly by

and let Tito fall to the Kremlin
may deter the Kremlin from
carrying out threats against
Yugoslavia,

—U.P.

ritten and

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£496,700 For Ist.
Hurricane Relief

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Sept. 10

Tne House Of Representatives in
»mergency session this week dis-
cussed action taken by the Gov-
ernment following the _ recent
Jamaica hurricane and passed the
following measures:

(1) The expenditure of
700 for first hurricane relief and
rehabilitation work, such the
repair of public buildings and
grants to the City Council and
Parochial Boards for local govern-
ment repairs as well as a contri-
bution of £50,000 towards rehous-
ing hurricane victims.

(2) A new customs tariff
Which is scheduled
effect on October 1, bringing the
Jamaica tariff in line with the
recommendations of the Customs
Union Commission’s and providing
‘heaper building and_ recovery
materials for the island popula-
tion; and for the protection of
native industries.

(3) A Land Improvement Au-
thorities Bill, under which Gov-
ernment intends to take immediate
action to set up a Land Improve-

1ent Authority in the Yallahs
Valley area of St. Thomas, a
part the reconstruction pro-
gramme in that section of the
island

The Authority will be designed
to control the effective use of land
in this area and to give assistance
to farmers in increasing the pro-
ductivity of their lands

Further measures for
struction now being devised by
the Executive Council will be
placed before the House of Repre-
sentatives in the next few weeks
and include £1,000,000 banana
rehabilitation scheme

even unspoken.



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Rumanians

iL-x-Communicated

VATICAN CITY Sept. 18.

Pope Pius XII excommunicated
every Rumanian who took part
in the Communist trial and con-
yviction of, Roman Catholic Bishop
Augustin Pacha who was charged
with being a “spy for the Vatican.”

Action against Rumanians was
taken through the Sacred Con-
gregation of the Consistory headed
by the Pope himself,

The decree was dated yesterday,
indicating it was completed only
hours after the Communist military
court in Bucharest announced the
sentences for Bishop and_ six
co-defendants. The Bishop was
sentenced to 18 years of “severe
imprisonment.”

The Vatican degree
“major ex-communications,”
major ex-communication can be
issued only by the Vatican and
excludes a person from all service
and sacraments,

The step has been taken pre-
viously against Yugoslavians who
took part in the imprisonment of
Archbishop Stepinac, Hungarians
who carried out the conviction of
Josef Cardinal, Mindszenty and
the Czechs who restricted the
liberty of Archbishop Josef Beran
of Pragsue.—U.P.

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PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 18
What is expected might resolve into international incident
allegedly occurred at the American Pier, leased to
where
Argosy anchored alongside was subjected to search }
squad of U.S. marines in the presence of the American Con

United States under lend

sul General, Robert Hale.

The ketch Argosy flying the
American flag arrived in Trinidac
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Osborne, British seaman and ad |}
venturer who claims he is now
leading an American “Osborne
Darwinian” expedition to Sout

America and the Antipodes,

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with the Grimsby trawler Girl Pat
starting a Trans-Atlantic search



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and according to his own version,
faced an _ Italian firing squad
during the Abyssinian war and
another during the Spanish civil
war.

Adventurer

He is @ self-acclaimed ad-
venturer, explorer and seeker after
rare South American medicinal
herbs, an author and international
Tover,

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occurred a week after the ketch
arrived in Trinidad, According to
Osborne’s version, this new ad-
venture having received the full
approval of the U.S. naval base

authorities and the U.S, Consulate,
berthed alongside the American
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pay their respects where they
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tion he i carrying for Americ ur
firms for testing by ! is expedition
which started in the U.S. takings
in South America, the Pacific, New

Zealand ete.

Armed Guard
Osborne claims he loaned then
a special rifle and 250 rounds of
ummunition to conduct their own

test. But Friday afternoon claim
Osborne, Hale returned with an
armed guard and subjected the
hip and crew to an exhaustive
search tearing up floorboards
breaking into sealed canisters

containing experimental chemicals
and grilling the crew about arms
shipment

Consul General Hale
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Thursday, September

LOCAL
GOVERNMENT

THE bill to make provision for Local
Government in this island in accordance
with the Mauf@ Report has been presented
to the Legislature and the general expecta-
tion is that it will be discussed and passed
during the current session. The bill con-
tains 146 sections and 8 schedules.

It isnot now intended to discuss the
merits of the bill itself but it does seem
that such a voluminous bill of
, great importance, should be presented to
the House at this time with the grave
possibility that it will be lost at the end of
the session because of inconclusive debate
of its provisions.

The only public pronouncement as to the
date of the coming elections was that made
by Mr. Adams some weeks ago, that the
session might end about the middle of
November. This has not been otherwise
confirmed or denied but judging by the
origin it might be taken as official.

If the present Legislative Session should
end in November there will have been only
two months during which to finish off the
Order Paper containing some important
measures. An alternative proposition of
seeking a further extension of the session
until January would hardly be counten-
anced by the electorate. This however is
not likely because of the strenuous efforts
now being made by the Government to
have the election machinery well geared
and ready for action by the end of the
session. :

The present session began in De¢ember
1948 and having lasted for two years was
extended by an act which added one year
bringing the time to December 20, 1951. If
this official date is accepted, which would
mean an ignoring of the date given by Mr.
Adams, then there would be three months
during which to dispose of the bills down
for discussion. That includes the Local
Government Bill and that for dividing the
island into Districts for the purpose of Pub-
lic Health administration.

If the new bill is to be disposed of before
the end of the Session it might mean that
the House will have to hold extra meetings.
The issues involved in this bill are not such
as would permit formal discussion and pass-
ing of any except the title section. The
relative merits of the new form of local
government by means of district councils
sand»thateot the antiquated Vestry system
wili be raised and the protagonists of each
will still be indulging in weary denuncia-
tion of the other. And it is not to be ex-
pected that members of a democratic as-
sembly should be otherwise than free to
express their opinions on matters brought
before them.

It might be that as election time is at
hand old and prospective members would
desire to discuss the issues with their con-
stituencies before committing themselves
to an expression of opinion, This attitude
would be dictated by the fact that some of
them still regard themselves as delegates
of the people.

In any case this discussion of the issues
with the electorate would involve more
time and bring about the end of the session.
It might be that the changes which the
present bill will bring will cause many
of the present members to fall into dis-
favour.

The question is whether this bill should
not be passed before the end of the session
inasmuch as some of its provisions affect
the voting in many of the established dis-
tricts and are likely to be subject of con-
troversy. On the other hand it is possible
that this is the strongest reason for post-
poning the bill until next session.

In any case, this is not the time to be
tinkering with so important a measure and
having it lost at the end of the legislative
session.

20, 1951



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Our Readers

Barbados could once

WHAT TITO TOLD ME‘ MAN GOING 100 FAST!
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Tito is in favour | Stalin does not aim| We must rob Stalin

of rearmament to
impress Russia
with the dangers.

at war, but there | of his propaganda

isa danger he will
fall into it.

claim to be the

friend of the poor.

THE RIGHT HON. ANEURIN BEVAN MP. in his second
report, of his two-day talk with Marshal Tito.

THE Yugoslavs
looking. people and proud and
courageous. Prime Minister Josip
Broz Tito is in all those’ respects
representative.

are a good-

But it was not necessary to go

‘Yo Yugoslavia for that kind of
information. All the world knows
it. Tito’s physical courage was

proved on countless occasions du-
ring the war, and his moral cour-
age was established by his break
with the Soviet Union.

Still many questions remained
unanswered,
Was the Tito of to-day, ap-

proaching sixty and recovering
from an abdominal operation, past
his zenith ?

Had he come to terms with life?

Was hs willing to trade at least
part of his revolutionary fervour
for the good will of the Western
Powers ?

How did he envisage the future
of his country ?

Was his insistence since the
break with Russia on decentral-
isation and democratisation a
retreat from his Communist prin-

ciples or an imaginative new
advance?
Thera was a great deaj that

only first-hand contact could clar-
ify, so my wife and myself very
willingly set off from Opatija, the
idyllic Istrian seaside resort where
we wero holidaying, to spend two
days with the Marshal.

No fake austerity

We had a pleasant time. There
is no fake austerity about Tito’s

summer home on the island of
Brioni, but it is anything but
pretentious. In Belgrade or in

Bled, the lovely mountain village
in the Julian Alps where the dip-
jomatic corps foregather in the
summer months, the “protocol” is
pbserved. Those who are im-
pressed by pompous externals can
have their fill of them.

Brioni is a different set-up en-
tirely, Tito likes using a grey
flone shelter On the beach, open
to the s@a on one side and furn-
ished with plain wooden trestle

tables and wooden forms, This
makes an informal outdoor din-
ing room, but it has alse

something of the flavour of a par-
tisan company headquarters,

Or was it the company rather
than the surroundings that gave
it this atmosphere? That could
well be, for everyone of the small
group cf intimites around the

of the Government, were bound
by stronger ties

They were all distinguished war-
riors who had been at Tito's side
from start to finish of his military
campaigns. They each knew the
limits of the others’ endurance.
Since character is as important a
factor in handling the problems
of peace as of war, this gives Tito
solid ground to build on. He knows
his men,

There wes no mistaking the de-
meanour of his colleagues towards
him. They were all at their ease,
talking and joking, arguing and
disagreeing on terms of equality,
Talk of immediate events switched
again and again to some anecdote
of the days of guerrilla fighting.
As they talked of incidents in
which many who were dear to
them had lost their lives, wives,
brothers, sons, friends, a wistful
look came over their faces.

His successor

It was clear that here was no
personal tyrant with a chasm set
between himself and those who
served him. They were colleagues
together, sharing an immediately
heroic past and now engaged in
facing the perilous present.

There are pictures and photo-
graphs of Tito all over Yugoslavia,
We were interested to find out
whether this implied personal
adulation to the point of semi-
deification as is the case with
Stalin,

When we discussed this with his
friends they just laughed, Tito
holds an unassailable position in
the affection as well as the respect

boast of

4
table, though now leading members



,

A GREAT LEADER, VERY
MUCH A MAN...

of his colleagues. If he died, his
loss would be a personal tragedy
in their lives as well as a political
misfortune,

But there would not be the
slightest difficulty about a succes~-
sor. There would be no necessity
for a “palace revolution.” Indeed,
the constitution says that Marshal
Tito shall be the Prime Minister
“for the time being.”

There are a number of men
around him each with the status
of a possible successor, outstand-
ingly Ivan Ribar, President of
Presidium, Aleksander Rankovic,
Minister of Interior, Edvard Kar-
delj, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Boris Kidric, chairman of Planning
Commission, Milovan Djilas, Min-
ister Without Portfolio, and Moshe
Pijade, Vice-President of Presidi-
um. And there are probably others
in the back ground coming on.

But the succession issue is hap-
pily only of remote and academic
interest. The Marshal has got over
his operation earlier in the year
and is in excellent health, as I
have every reason to know.

Iam the world’s worst swimmer,
Tito is expert. When we went
bathing together, Tito, my wife,
and Tiger, the magnificent German
police dog that goes everywhere
with him, the three of them en-
joyed my discomfiture.

I explained that there is all the
difference in the world in swim-
ming in the Adriatic and learning
to swim in a Welsh mountain pond
about a thousand feet above sea
level, under a cloudy sky, amids:
a number of dead dogs and cats,

When I said this the Marshai
laughed heartily and promise’
that if I stayed a little longer he
would soon teach me to be as good
a swimmer as he was himself. Ac-
tually I very much enjoyed seeing
how completely he had recovered.

His tanned, compact figure might
have been that of a man twenty
years younger.

On the major international issues
of the day, Tito has clearly de-
fined views. He will not allow
Yugoslavia to be made a pawn in
any settlement between the Great
Powers.

« The Yugoslavs have been deeply
outraged by Russia’s high-handed



treatment. Therefore they will
co-operate in any international
negotiation only on terms of

equality.

Tito does not think that Russia
aims at general war. But he does
think there is a danger of her fall-
ing into it. Therefore he is in
favour of rearmament so as to im-
press her with the dangers involv-
ed

Naturally I Was anxious to find



Say:

had not yet been reached, but i!
might.

There is the short and the long
view. On the short view it is
necessary to be sufficiently strong
to deter any possible aggressor. '
this he placed his reliance on the

United Nations.

But being at the head of an
economically backward nation, he
was equally clear that
preparation alone was not tiie
answer to the dangers of war.
Yugoslav contacts with the satel
lite nations impress them to :
degree not always clear to tn
Western nations that conrentra-

tion on arms-alone can be self- |

defeating.
Stalin's bluff

In his view we must rob Rus?i.
of its propaganda advantage i
claiming to be the friend of th
hungry and the landless. The ac-
tion of Yugoslavia in breaking wit)
Russia had called the bluf..

Yugoslavia was poor but Russi
was attempting to make her poore
Consequently the West, in helpin
to build up the economies of th
under-developed parts of the wer:
was also contributing to effectiv>
defence against war.

When we asked him whether i
saw any prospect of “Titoism' d
veloping in other countries, s4
Italy, for example, he deprec iic
the use of the term. Each natio
miust work out it solutions of th:
modern problem in terms of i:

own traditions, in terms of its ow |
| beyond the known safety limits so that some
{future airman may have a better chance of

lccal conditions, and any attemp
to impose a uniform pattern upo:
aifferent countries could be der:
only by the creation of a bureau-
cratic apparatus which would
in direct opposition to a-free lif
for the people. This is what ha
happened in Russia.

He asserted that the forms o |straight and level, enclosed in an insulated

government that Yugoslavia ha:
had to adopt are temporary: tha
a genuine people’s democracy

being built up in his country, no
merely a democracy of politica
forms but one that reaches down
to the smallest unit of the popula-
tion and embracing not only th
elected representatives of the peo-
ple but also the workshops
which they earn their livinu.

in

I don't think that I can be call
ed an impressionable person I
have always been sceptical abcu
so-called “great-men.” The grent-
ness of great men ig often 9 by-
product of the office they ocrup)
rather than intrinsic in themselves,

But that is not the case with
Tito. He is one of the few men
whose reputation is greater afte:
personal contact than before.

His mind is extraordinarily
direct. Although a trained Marxist,
he uses little of the jargon wit
which Communist conversation
tends to be weighed down. He ha.
obviously assimilated its princi-
ples and has made them his own.

He can, therefore, talk simp.»
and directly to his people in their
own language, using the folk-lore
of their own lives and the figures
of speech with which they ar?
fimiliar. And he has a keen sens>
of humour,

I came away with the impressio.
that here was one of the great
personalities of the present gen-
eration.

His life has been spent on a com-
paratively small stage compare i
with the forum provided the Presi-
dent of the United States, the
Prime Minister of Great Britain
and the heads of the other West-
ern States. Nevertheless, he gave
the impression that ‘however big
the stage it would not overlay his
personality. I could see no evidence
of the “Grandeeism” of which the
Russians have accused him.

As he waved us good-bye on \he
little jetty in the late afternoon,
and we saw his erect and alert
figure, I expressed the opinion that
we hid seen a great leader who
was also very much a man,

out how far his views and mine
coincided in this matter. He was WORLD COPYRIGHT
quite clear about the perils of RESERVED
excessive armament, That, poiot —L.E.S,
hc a etic ee cmcett tiene
hundred times. And with the new rather than delay, make the in-

|

|

military |

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|phere in the time it takes to fill and light a

| Show, when Britain's latest jet fighters and

'surviving an air battle or mechanical failure. |
be |

| colleagues must solve?

|smousness may follow.



FOR HIMSELF?

by Wing-Commander ARTHUR BRENARD

IF a bullet pierced the pressurised cockpit
of a jet fighter plane in battle more than 12
miles above the earth and missed the pilot,
would he survive?

Experts say he wouldn’t. They say, he
would die in a fraction of a second. His
blood would boil and but for the strength of
his skin he would disappear in a cloud of
steam. 'Â¥

Every day Britain’s jets fly faster and climb | §
higher. They whisk men to the sub-stratos-





pipe.
Can the human body stand up to the super



sonic speeds and extreme heights at which any

aw war of the future will be fought?

The answer may be found in the labora-
tories of thé top-secret Institute of Aviation
Medicine at Farnborough, Hants, where the
R.A.F.’s medical “boffins” experiment cease-
lessly to fit the pilot physically and mentally
to the new jet age.

On the eve of this week’s Farnborough Air









bombers flash overhead at around the speed
of sound, Squadron-Leader F. Latham, one of
the “boffins,” has disclosed to the Manchester
University Medical School some of the prob-
lems of supersonic flight.

TAKE RISKS

Squadron-Leader Latham is a doctor and a
Bachelor of Science. Most of his colleagues
have similar qualifications. Many are jet
pilots who fly their own planes, using them-
selves to test their theories.

They experiment in pressure chambers
which reproduce artificially the conditions
high-speed pilots find at extreme heights.

Sometimes the “boffins” deliberately go



What are the problems that Latham and his}
He has told the medi-!
cal students that while a jet crew are flying
cabin, speed and height do not affect them. |
But when a warplane is in action there may
be twists and turns. These violent changes of
direction produce forces which press the crew
helplessly into their seats and drain the blood |
from, their hearts. Black-outs and even uncor

And always there is the peril that a bullet
will break open the pressure cabin and ex-
pose the crew to the thin, lethal air miles |
} above the earth.

Squadron-Leader Latham explains thxt
Above 50,000 feet a pilot suddenly exnose:|
will always have 10 seconds of consciousnes::
in which to escape and get down to safer
regions. Above 65,000 feet the atmospheric 1
o essure is so low that the pilot's blood would |
boil.” |}

Another hazard the “boffins” are investigat- ;
ing is the amount of “G’—gravity—thc hu-
man kody can stand. When an airplane |
turns, the crew are pressed to one side in the
same way as a motorist cornering at speed.

i) jet machines this pressure isso great
that it is measured in terms of “G.” Thus
under a force of 3G the weight of a yiiot’s
body is increased three times. ¢

5G FORCE










La ua.a disclosed that the average pilot in,
the seated position can withstand forces of

5G lasting for five seconds without blacking
out.

Anti-G suits designed by the R.A.F. physi- |
ologists help to maintain the normal circula-
tion of blood and prevent blackouts at even
greater stresses. These suits automatical’y |
inflate and compress the pilot’s lower limbs |
and abdomen, assisting the return of blood
to the heart.

But the suits have their limitations. If
manceuvres are expected at high speed th:
pilot may have to lie flat on his face as he cun|
withstand forces up to 12G in this position.

Squadron-Leader Latham declares that in|
these circumstances ‘Support has to be given |
to all parts of the body, especially the head,
and it is even difficult to keep the eyelids open



as their weight increases twelvefold.”
What happens when on engine fails a







That Elementary Teaching

Service
To the Editor, the Advocate
SIR,—Except something drastic
or devastating happens, human

nature in some organisations re-
mains unchanged and unaffected
by the cries and grievtnces of its
members and others interested.
The St. Thomas’ one hundred per
cent. failure has causeg much con-
troversy and criticism which one
hopes will end after this letter
for there is ag much to be said
for it as against it.

That “all is not well” in the
Teaching Service is evident, and
deterioration has really set in; but
something can be done, and done
ouickly to prevent things from
going from bad to worse. For the
most part one reads criticisms
without any attempt at offering
any solution. There is always
cause, effect, and remedy to every
issue, and they who seek. to crit-
icize should offer a solution, even
if it is not accepted.

An Association fs not, always
able to get its voice heard. Some~-
times simply because of the
“fear” in its management, in put-
ting the observations and requis-
itions of the organisation, and the
‘Teachers’ As of

sociation i One

being the leading island in Edu-
cation throughout the West Indies,
many islands, even Trinidad has
taken pages out of the Barbados
‘Teachers’ Book and report splen-
did—and there was no Erdiston
yet. One can say fearlessly it has
lost or is fast losing such prestige
in Education, With Erdiston now,
we should, and could regain and
maintain our former prestige; but
one or two of the principal causes
of this deterioration need im-
mediaie attention and these are: —
1. The Old Teachers and 2. the
Modern Teachers and too the
Modern Parent.

To begin with the Old Teachers:

Fancy, in computing a New Sal-
ary Scale, these old teachers—who
have, without an Erdiston, placed
and kept Barbados ahead in Ed-
ucation after working for over
fifteen to twenty years ‘they and
their ‘good work’ are ignored and
insulted by putting them to begin
at the Erdiston minimum, to spend
another lifetime snailing to some-
thing worthwhile in this high cost
of dying day Is ihis justice to
those who were satisfied to re-
ceive two-fifty or five dollars a
month? Those who bore the re-
proach of many creditors only for
the cause of ‘example’ and ‘sup-
port’ of education to the young?
Is this justice? No. Injustice

set-up it is possible, in ONE YEAR
for a teacher to jump five of six
years incrementally to the Erdis-
ton Minimum, so in six years one
can get what another will have
laboured, and laboured under the
most grinding circumstances for
fifteen, even twenty years now to
obtain, Is this not sufficient to
cause even an angel to murmur,
to grieve, to sit back! Sure, and
more. '

Yes, one agrees, make Erdiston
a heart's desire by this financial
plan; but the ones who have la-
boured for fifteen to nineteen,
twenty years have passed Erdis-
ton minimum long ago, and should
be favourably censiiered, Even
the Rawlites who suffered gruel-
ling days were ignored, insulted.
Work your New Salary Scale but
with this amendment “that any
or every teacher male or female,
who by April 1948 have com-
pleted sixteen (16) years paid
service, be paid off-hand the "pre-

maximum (or semi-final maxi-
mum) of the scale to continue
incrementally to the final maxi-
mum, Nothing lower could ever

be satisfactory. They should never
be placed so low down the scale
as to cause them to be disgusted
and dissatisfied, Forego any back
pay—-though it would be appreci-
ted but forego any back-pay



cremental re-adjustment for the
past three years, and pay these
old tachers on this pre-maximum
basis. As one realises the nature of
their herculean task, too much
emphasis cannot be laid on this,
as much depends on the good work
of these old teachers—teachers
who, already have the knack and
tact of “getting it through to the
young minds’”—and to do this well
the minds of these teachers must
be at ease,

Work fast, fix up, and pay them
this rate from next month, or as
soon as possible, don't take a year
or six months, The longer the
delay the further down the ladde
we step educationally.

Erdiston, will take a few years
to show its worth, and with these
old teachers carrying on and giv-
ing of their best Erdiston has
every better chance. Let us regain
our place as leaders in Education,
we have the material, Other
islands will gladly claim our
material. Why should we go down
while others go up’? Many more
Adamses, Holders, and Springe:
can still spring from Barbados
We lead, in everything — ever
cricket—while others follow.

Let us keep the lead in
Education,
18.9.51 SNE-JO,

| Superson te speeds?
| The sudden braking effect would be almos: |
equivalent to a crash landing.

If aircraft ever travel at 1,000 m.p.h. man!
would probably be unable to operate the con-
_trols fast enough. His ré2rvous system would
lag behind, and would have to be augmented
by automatic devices.

“Carried to the extreme,” says Latham, ;
“this would amount to a completely automatic
| aircraft under ground radio control, with the |
| pilot taking over only at low speed or in,
| emergency.”
| Although problems of the new jet age are!
| being constantly solved, R.A.F, medical spe-
| Cialists are now wondering if man’s engineer-
jing skill has out-stripped the strength of his
|body. They believe he may be going too,
| fast for himself.

Squadron-Leader Latham concludes: “In
jthe last 30 years aircraft speeds have in-|
creased.sixfold, and it would appear that.
man’s tolerance is about to be exceeded. |

“Must we now wait for evolution to catch |
up with us?”—L.E.S,

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1951



SEE





HOW THEY

GEOFFREY HUNTE as the disguised German prisoner. startles
Penelope Toop (Pauline Dowding) and the Rev. Arthur Humphreys
(Otho Gill) as he rushed through the Vicarage drawing-room.

‘See How TheyRun’

Hlas Plenty Fun

(By AUBREY DOUGLAS-SMITH)

THE BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB produced a farce
entitled “See How They Run”, by Philip King, at the

Empire Theatre last night.

about fun, inéluding rolling on the carpet, a sort of circulai
chase by clergymen, genuine and bogus, through a country

vicarage

in underwear or pyjamas, and a*hold-up by an escaped

German prisoner.

‘Garden Land’
Inquiry
Adjourned

THE the death of
Norma Haswell, 18, of Fields Gap,

inquiry into

Bank Hall, who died of stab
wounds at Garden Land, St.

Michael, on Friday night, Septem-
ber 7, was adjourned by Coroner



G. B, Griffith yesterday until next
Monday at 1 p.m

Dr. A, S, Cato, who performed
the post morten examination on
Norma’s body, and Samuel Worrell
who identified the body to Dr
Cato, gave evidence yesterday,

Dr. Cato said that Norma’s face,
trunk and limbs were blood

staned while her nose and mouth
contained blood, She had an in-
cise Wound about one inch long
over the right ear, A stab wound

about one inch long was in the
middle of her back extending to
the bone while three incise
wounds about two inches long

were on the right arm. The right

wrist contained a two-inch incise
wound and small bruises were
found on the left knee,

Two large incise wounds were
on the left arm, each about three
inches long, and three smaller
wounds, each about one inch long,
An incise wound, about two
inches long, was found on- her
left forearm and a wound, one

inch long, was on the back of the
left wrist.

A semi-circular
wound was on the
bloodstained fluid
the stomach,

Dr. Cato said
due to shock
from the
in answer to the
nine-man jury,
of the
juries were
instrument,

five-inch
left
was

incise
thigh
found

and
in

that
and
injuries

death was
haemorrhage
described and

of the
that he
the in-
a sharp

foreman
he
opinion
inflicted

said
that
with

was

Samuel Worrell said that he
last saw Norma before she left
his home the Friday night of her

death. He identified the body to
Nr, A. S. Cato, the following
morning

15/- For Language
FORTY - SIX-YEAR-OLD Jos-

eph Bowen of Pass



Garden, St.

Michael, was fined 15 shillings
yesterday by City Police Magis-
trate Mr..C. L. Walwyn after he



le




is found guilty of using indecent
i1guage on Passage Garden.

The fine is to be paid in 14 days
with ternative of 14 days’
hard



an al
labou













Engineer’s Widow Gets
$1,800 Compensalion

DORCAS GOODING, widow of
57-year-old Alonza Gooding, was
allowed $1,800 compensation by

A. Vaus



Justice H in in the Court




of Original Jurisdiction earlier
this month. :
Alonza Gooding of Fair View,

Christ Church. was an engineer at
the Roberts Manufacturing Co., St

Michael. While in the employ of








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became GOOD








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“ a . ent sections of the school. The arrived from the U.K. and x,
6 » > as I ‘ » j Yrepartory Department, with 76 D. A. Fowles, B.A. On the a
FROM U S A Ac ademic Y € ar U lane ( vs goes to ‘the canteen at 12 ing staff is Miss P. Moore B.S
ome d he E clock; the Junior School with Mr. ¢ B. Williams, who recent-
aaa a rkers COMBERMERE SCHOOL took in 115 new pupils when tt 40 finishes at 12.30 p.m. and the ly returned from the U.K. after
F.FTY Ba_ badian worker - r I liddle and 1 ver Schoels with hgvir tained hi Teacher
returned trom the U.S.A, yeste school re-opened on Tuesday. Of these 63 will cok S80 teva, Huish ct 12.48 nan: a at ings Guess Waa.
day morning by Resort Airlines Junior School and 52 to the Preparatory Department. The Yany Vestry scholars are pro- n-Tyne, has resumed du-
Most of them had left here in number on the roll at the opening of the term is nearly 57! ided with a free meal in the tie J
June this ye while four others F § . . 7 ; . bs ae
at ee ‘ - . » these vals < > en ) ac tv- silat “calle Mrlatina se
since 1048 as many requests have been received. The total of the school [’°) - . es a risa en new ee von en-
r 9 : ? sabe ¢ tere ucen’s ollege ringing
Those who left in 1948 are is just under the record number in January 1950. Ti Library e total to 375. Mr = a
Beresford Greenidge Sa ae BS te transfers will only affect boys over the age of 13 who ha In school life work is high- Adan Acting Headmistress.
i » mee vaite i- ; u ;
ee on Pinte ; heen attending secondary schools ligihted by the beautifully I he newly appointed Headmis-
Edghill of St Philip and Ralph When the Advocate visited the in Puerto Rico for which pt ecuipped library which the boys tress, Mrs. Randall, is expected
Bay ards of St. Peter school yesterday Major C. Noott, pose he was awarded a spec enjoy visiting during their read- early next month.
Greenidge told the Advocate the Headmaster, was giving in- scholarship by the Caribbc 8 periods and for borrowing Four we Ww mistresses have
that du_ing his t. re » years in the Structions for assembling and Commission and has be books to take home. ' oined the hey are: Miss
USA. he worked at Seabrook “ispersal in the School Hall. This ed three years’ study Phe Geography Room, whi " M. J Piggins who recently ar-
Farn the Gieen Giant Co., ani “as done mainly for the benefit the purpose by «he was opened a year ago, has a rich rived from the U.K. and i
arm, tne Gieen sis eer sa he new students - wf lo d varied assortment of equip eucnin Domestic Science, Miss
it the U.S. Sugar Co., and found 9f the new students and they all Body a : Pe ma Bie (
cals iit ie we ty good aithou ppeared to be very interested. Text Book Scheme ent of all kinds tin 1 16 Monica Martine iu, teaching His-
Tote eae ain This term as the first term that y Jor la the / 1g!» millimetre projector and an tory, Miss Joan Watson, General
; ihey were not tavourable ‘omt - a . Major Noott told the Advoea': ; pidiascope Science and Miss E. Laurie
many of the other men, especia . erm re School has opened yesterday “The Text Book a: In the field of 1 ec mu ner Headmistress of the ‘Ales.
a } to those who came down to the | new academic year in can- Stationery schemes of the progr s8 h been mad t School, St. Peter, who is
= 1 Ba. in June this veel rmity with the standard edu- have been filling a very valua oe eS See Ce teaching Maths i : ;
: The workers who went to the cation practice in the island. need in the schoo! supplie Mr, Gerald Hudson and Sera tae aths. tor Miss G
! U.S.A., in June and returned yes- Formerly the academic year at very large volume of books | vests aeons and there mun ps i Mich ie
terday, complained that they h ’ one Sean 7. cannot been sold since the chi li ht “i ‘ ae bg at, the ea ex I ns Mi t als G - School
. tte a and ve change over to the new onened on Monday Septen eos : aaa ; A co) ee chael : sirl choo
| * an yn f Four Roads icademic year was done at the 7 7 ' kay Spee h Day when the | ry ol k in 42 new girls and the total
; coo uee eae te a ag request of the Department of “Tire ' ney . ‘ase the Violin Group give _ theit it present 341. There are three
St. Philip, said that he left Bar- attiars + ne canteen continu first contribution to a Speech new acting members of the Staff
° bados on June 19, and reached “ducation. funation and makes its tava Day programme,” Major Noott 't re: Miss V.-K , a
Ros sndale “Wisconsin, the follow- , Consequently, new boys com- able contribution to school lik tid ee veh ; ed at mia Kennedy Sn
none sagt Wing yy ra “k nd for six 488 into Combermere School this sithough the Governing Bo ie asta: “nero me ee Mis R Rice, | taking the places
ing day where he worked for six September are the firs . { le said Combermere 5S 1 of Miss S, Crichlow and Miss
nin te: She 2 - orred >cPtember are the first group of has regretfully had to increa sks forward with confidence to. Grace W aaa eae
weeks. He was then transferred boys admitted to the School since .. y . 4 k rware i n Grace Ward who are at Erdiston
to Lanark, Illinois to break sweet january 1950 : : oid of the prices m a he he future, certain in the know- Training College for a year, Mrs
édtn; : New Staff eke oe aren a + ove ige that as the young men of f. Stuart, previously a membe
* “Work was not what we were of the new members of the conte. ; ns ves" ee ake Shelt ati Pee deaeaies nee ee
. “299 i _ tald it would be and I think we ..’ ; ’ . eons Si . } o study return to make theii Miss Pat Symmonds who | has
: Accident Inquiry had a very bad deal” he said, and Staff, Bie ney M as Dubl., , What is noticeable ae 7 ntributions to the school, it gone to Reading College, Eng-
> by R W : “ added that after working for three 85 come to the school from canteen is always a scene ot ll go from trength to Jand, to read for her BA. de-
(Photo _by R, W,-Belt) i ° i 7 ws :. ay, Secondary teaching service in mation at the morning break ength,.” sree
¢-aAad FOUPE CC months all the money he got when ¢& - . te a gree
t J r deductions were made was about St. Kitts and Mr P. C. Scott, during the luncheon interval. | Harrison Colleg Wesley Hall Bovs’
- os : sarees BA. Dubl., has come from teach- order to cope with all the boy ‘he @C i 2 M ‘ - - ys
The inquiry into the death of $80. Very often he had worked 1 4 The 69 new boys taken in a At Wesley’ Hall Boys’ School
Kat eo H Wo — hee srtain deductions were ing “service in Trinidad and To- who use the canteen, the Hea farrison College this term bring : ; 1 of cere. Serre
Sige roe fall A thu ne ars a ‘i " at aed : See bago. They are assisting in the J naster has had to close morn ; fant $5 (BER. an dncionad of cu as nately 7 ee have en-
St. Mic a a ” re bdo x 697 Sheth . Tbout, iiss baneidton: teaching of Latin and French. whool at different times for i gtie DEabO meen. : ok bei ton = oe nity
occupants the moto tas Aa Asked ¢ - , . Ss ‘orbir a as als a eal el ) attend¢ ut on ue
\ 1 overturned on Dayrell; Hill while in the U.S.A, he said that Mr fam Corus iw a a 4 a nls P em re \dded to the Staff are M)
D 7 . . 7 ake } been appointed to the permanen \ \ I Tarvi B.S who re @ On Page 7
Read, St. George, on September 3, he had no complaints to = oe staff, comes back into the field o! ad Lay age 3
was again adjourned jses.erday— that respect. What warrlec : 4 active teaching after a number of ie cates *
without further hevring: by was that after working very 1d, vears of education administration
Coroner G. B, Griffith until next he received very little money at i, Barbados. He will be makin,
Monday at 2 p.m times. his contribution in the field of
ee Commercial Work and Music |
Appointed to act on the staf {
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It contains plenty of knock the staff from Haprison College |
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7 E. W. Glasgow joins from Lodge
sometimes in orthodox costume and sometimes School where he also has takar | rae ee }
his Higher School Certificate. ow to ease the strain in JO seconds:
: . Also get an oon ane
Theactors diti, extremely well, : 7 , rv pointment is e se ATs RN choking Ast
when mie eo is Gmade for the IN CHANCERY SUIT who after many years of teach- nn oe st : _ oe ie
fact that only the automatic. fine ing at Wesley Hall Boys’ School, = By ch Ap Ine Pererh) One BpReRons wets
z aaetaaattivat “sc fie) s », has just returned from Toronto ramngtia | tablet slipped in the mouth eases the Wi)
ish or professional actors can get 1 row cies Saree q rvers . : ; : ’ stare A)
he Pas-aunca out of this sone a? Mr. W W. Reece, K.C., one of the lawyers for the platey University where he graduated LIGHTNIN | manta tiibite snkeened: Maia, fll) if/// oe
entertainment. in the Christian Mission Chancery suit, Rev. Barrow and with the B.A. Degree. He will ee ee | ber, it is this strain on the system which f os <4
James Grossmith as the Bishop others against Rev. Hoyte and others addressed the Court share in the teaching of Spanish ~ Sure of gett) | am ‘ ;
: tas neaees ease in the Upper and Middle Schools constitutes the biggest danger from
of Lax and Idris Mills as Sergeant yesterday ~ over 2 rs after - G.H. Adams, one © UPI . 4 strong. smo: |
if } yesterday for over three hours alter r. : nds general subjects in the | Asthma !
seoine Serene mrt eaiihy of the lawyers for the defendants, had addressed the Court junior school, ramen e 8? Ephazone contains several healing
aul V 4 sué . ‘ Ros 7 Ve “pad i ir
see in so lively a part, showed over the same time. Mr. Reece has not finished his address Mr. G. A. Holder rejoins the abovy al susate Shits ‘aliebiil’ Vee dddadting
that ner versatility is fully equal yet.and told The Hon. Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore, permanent staff after successful- reliab | , ai) nig :
to acting a vivacious vicar’s wife who is presiding over the Court that he hopes to finish his '” taking the year's course for fastener { germ~laden accumulations in the
who is an ex-1ctress and ’ ears y ‘a Y presi eM ON “ 04 vh tk oh ill sania b teachers at Erduiston College. for the na | bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes easy, normal breathing,
‘ air [ ; ‘ess | ay when 1e case W! con 4 : , AAW - } nat
brig ‘ rousers. aaaress On onday «4 On Study Leave eka URes The Ephazone treaunent i imple too! Nothir ec
ioe red et i vie tithe! Cale: “ia, aagedw ana A waamieatt En Odea th id 1¢ Epha a ie 8 so sine 00 othing to inject,
hue Musgrave was. Very aie seek a detlarat at safe in his lewal position, Or , 4 x Borer: nothing to inhale, No matter how swiftly or unexpectedly the
amusing as the village spinster O'Mers are seeking a declaration suggestion arose as to the Permere School are still on pro- ,
shocked by high jinks- at the that they were the rightly consti- if a suggestio! - hi Ne tel ho longed study leave. Among them Iightnin ust attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazone,
vicarage. . Oliyer James as Clive tuted General Superintendent and Semienibatea Sakina wale tome Mr, J. C. L. Drakes is due to we omanula’ tured | For rapid relief from Asthma, Pronchitis and Bronchial Catarth,
Winton managed to be a high- Board of Management during 1949 banded’ . its "sellixs ae complete his B.Sc, degree course LIGHTNING FASTEN always keep a supply of Ephazone tablets handy!
spirited young lance-corporal with and 1950 a ” ’ 8 1 the University College of the Guin, wOTLN
great effect in spite of having ; : ral oes Even if he had done wrong, West Indies, Jamaica, in the LIMITED
some rather silly lines at times. Mi 4samy She repeed she Court which he had not, it was for the forthcoming academic — session: ; J FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
The acting in fact was often a “ ep ae e) he : tt eet other side to take legal steps to Mr. H. G. Brewster is continu- “¢
great deal better than the dialogue §%°U ve made and that the pamiae remove him. He was still Super- ing his course at Loughborough ne
of the play. Otho Gill was par- "!' Barrow and others should intendent, “In my submission the College, England, after being D fate ‘
sonicalh of the mild and timid "ve to stand the costs law is overwhelming. There was awarded a Colonial Office Scho- ! ,
tind, Douglas Lynch of the slight- Mi Reece — spoke yesterday 4 body constituted in 1949 and larship on completion of his first = Sold by all registered chemists, If any diffleulty, write to:
ly stiff and pompous kind; both #round the arguments Mr. Adams the only man who was properly Year; Mr. C. De V. Moore at Dur-| —— | |=] A. 5, BRYDEN & SONS LTD., *%
were very good. Joun King acted had made constituted was Hoyte in 1946, ham University is due to spend ~ | ee qe P.9, Box 40°, Bridgetown.
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have been rather more: of the J, S. B. Dear and instructed by case was that cne could not come Piploma after completing his de- feebnpaaeane wets
village lass in her interpretation. Messrs Hutchinson and Banfield. into a court of law and profit by 8ree course in Classics Arents
Geoffrey Hunte-was a good Teu- Mr. Adams is associated by Mr. their own wrong, Apparently both Mr. C. W. Wickham has just | u
tonie and mechanical escaped D. H. L. Ward, instructed by sides thought everything was in embarked on a three year course
Nazi prisoner. Messrs. Carrington & Sealy erder ‘
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very good questionnaire was cir- Mr. Adams had been holding Nor could he think there could en hee es
: . | hat s y ‘ Rp be any doubt that neither Davis ¢
culated to the audience on the sub- that a meeting at which Rev. Bar- so ies were members of the $ ore
ject of the proposed Barbados TOW Was elected Was not a proper at 5 2 aha
; eet ere , ; Christian Mission $ ul
Little Theatre. It is to be hoped ™Mecting. Even if it wis proper it rr pe ayer » ‘
tt t 1] fill tl was impossible for Barrow to be A declaration should not be s : .
nat everyone wl fi us. in ant . > ae Ww y sranted and the whole of the costs * . TA 7 1 ‘ c .
Sachi granted an ie whole ¢ 8
send it off, and thus wake up the clected » the suit should be borne by the s al WEATHERHEADS oi R
Theatre Committee to the fact Continuing his address, M1 plaintiffs mi; S ol 3 TIME SAVES %
ted jams said that w ‘gar gt “ % Car ‘abbage ) , Bis
that Barbados wants its Theatre ee echiine ay Seo Mr. Reece said he intended tc % Verrot, Cabbage, Beet, Lat ; . 3
— vhen members wanted to elect a wa ger sip oon to the tuce, Pepper, Onion, Chinese % . 2
‘ General Superintendent for 1949, GuUeston oO BW WeuOR WAS, tv % oC a ihn
G i 946 Stee » temim 6 » des Cabbage Tomat Cress, | 3
he appointment of Rev Ramsay as VOlved in the issue and only de al % ge, ymato, ress, §! 4 s
S.P.C.A. Inspector Chbimnan Was Aol in ecordance with such of the facts as really ? Sweet M x . °
Lect es To with the bye-law. In the absence Were to the point. ‘ ’ PASEJOFSM, | S Heme Wik ¥
ay of t Supe intendent, it was for His first point was that only S$ Egg Plant, Radish, Squash, % > sry often a little cold when %
L i I L 7 0Eoe tet 1 za aoe who had to the Christian Mission was a’‘cor- Pied esi : sy, S very often a , 3
oca nspec ors ph ar tee 3 coruense Se porate body. He said there was no a, Celery, Spinach, Pars- eo € neglected leads on to very x
; © ate Ais . sere other under the Act. The repre- % ley, Cucumber. S $2} 2
SERGEANT . T 1eeting cor ave . roper- ; y, nber, Swiss Char | & ‘
nee eo .F. TOR- or aentanat axeker ge nb sentatives of the Church were ‘ ee %) S gerious consequences resulting even in death. At the first sige
uZAO, Chief S P.C.4 Inspector He cited a case from Halsbury to SUMmoned for one purpose anc « Cauliflower, Mustard; Pump- %! . liately to &
B.G., yesterday morning gave a | ie rae, ee for one purpose only, There had —_ » “of a cold see your Doctor then bring the prescription sain gd s
lecture at the Y.M.C.A. to local bring out his argument : ’ : s kin, Watermelon, Mus} ale BIN
S.P.C.A, inspectors on (1) How to no other function under the Act sees Or ae Uae w %
detect: nee an ate ie dn: vain He submitted that the witnesses The representatives could at no % Jon Vegetable M ae. » Wee, g
(2) The méthoa: of pelieritia ‘ants for the plaintiffs had not told the time become corporate for any 2 ' ey rrow, 4 1s mn 1 1" ‘ %
mals in pain. (3) An owner's lia- truth about the meeting of Jan- other purpose than for carrying *% Turnip, Leek, Bountiful % , ) ( VTORES y
i.e : : uary 26, 1949. Over and over he Act ‘ . i \ j b ah >
bility for the supervision and care igain witness after witness had a : th t it t $ Beans, and Str | I © ‘ %
is animals is ver . SS . e salc nat it was mentionec ‘ 2€anS, and + ingless Bean ‘ .
a eS Torrezao point- spoke n of a meeting on January that 19 members made a quorum % i oedads ‘ ; a “ %
ed out that in certain cases 15 and it ‘was decided then to and there were not even 19 mern- Ro ee ee a ney % FOR UICK & ACCURATE DISPENSING %
organic troubles for example—an @@Journ until January 26. Yet pers on the Board of Manage- % Red Salvia, Vv % & Q x
a.m eet wet there were no minutes for January : s , ‘ y oalvia erbena, Mari- % °s >
S.P.C.A. inspector could not do the 7; ment then and that would meas > mix 656 OOOO
work of a veterinary surgeon but Pen stittatate’ Fabrine that they could never hold meet 4 gold, Phlox, Carnation, Bal % AP PALO POLLO ELL LLL LLL LLL LLL LLL LIES
that he should recommend one ,; ip a fit sp “aban aes ings. Rev. Hoyte’s Board ot xs C x B | | a a a a a a a a a 7
ran “ohimale commen seterihary ‘tt this mint OK tO Bet ¢é IN’ Manageme: di ot consist of 1! % Sam, ‘oreopsis, ark 1 ‘
oe aaa are Nisthecen he improperly summoned meeting a iiieaer ae Seesptlene aiey dic] ¢ 2 $ a igi x | #i 41 [ne i y
mendation. was éémplied with on January ee as ne a “They would be illegal g % * Aster, Calliopsi Dahlia, % Just Arrived:
. ' 4 He , hav a d that they were . rr Lac at \ » ;
“It is > duty of every owner, 2#Ve Now realised thal yo Mr, Adamy objected that th | @ SI@ Forget-mo-noi ; |
aero the y Sergeant Major nly Re ae . pORnS It oats and file as oar could m ; ¥% $ Forget me-not Candytuft x | a FRESH SHIPMENT OF m”
‘ was yt the sual 2 ays notice ; ‘ ’ Je . . 'e'
oncluded; “to exercise reasonable “4&5 Ton - aa at ; ,, attend a_ meeting. s x % Nasturtium, Sweet Peas, &| T ‘
vare and supervision in respect of Re, a were et cage Mr, Reece maintained tha} % 3 2 i | ” I t REN A q HOW 8 a
protection of animals from cru~ a I is ta “6 ily probably de Section 2 of the Act said that the % ¢ % upins, Mignonetts \ly al so
thay 28 Janué Dabl) - *hristia iss’ aS ¢ . ) ) *
Sergeant ajo orrezag len tt was on January 15 that they he this. . Clovorate p. ir CHARLES OF THE RITZ $ % % a ‘ ‘ FEEDE RS
answered: qtiestions concerning 4..jded to summons a meeting for porat ody — coulc Presents % ip ‘ ; vi q il id (SURO. S
S.P.C.A. work asked him by the 96 never meet again was again . 7 : . BRL Ck W *
£ A. ‘ oy January 26 eae, Anoipie of dina The Greatest Luxury in Sas UE 4 HERHEAD %
inspect6rs,attending the lecture He said he would maintain that Vv Me principle of the aw, he ‘ Cranabihan % t d y a ed nn
eerie there was nq distinction between S4!¢. ; ce sll ig $ : % p % d ton cs
Annual susiness Meeting”, a the Si serinees jot he ] a Feather touch Cleanser suit- % x LID = Heo of Broad Street . gli. Jason Jones & Co., Lt -—Disteibutors, a
Méeting of the Delegates” and ©®Ven the superintenden Bo ne ed to all types of skin O's ..
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When Rev. Hoyte had sought He would say eventually tha ‘3 eo ati aoe ome Marga i ae %
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. B.B.C. Liaison Officers He ated 1scu SS. “PORT ADELAIDE cheduled | % accept Car Pa sS
For Births, Marriage er Engagement! FOR SALE lV B {s trom Hobart Se ber 2 $ for Domi ir $
announcements in Carib Calling the : WwW soe a = . ole aiid) ee aaa : ; Cte ieee tue sae ; >
a dea aaa a one a. ara te “ae Minimum charge week 72 ceats and REAL ESTATE , ae arbados A MOTION in the House of Asmeaphty p wring oda half Oct Lae “Sea arisen a: t 8 Kitts Sailing Fr %
to 50 and 6 cents per word for each ms ener te salsa ot t : s a a ae : Se a half, | October 20th, Bris e Octe i a § g 2
additional word Jerms cash. Phone 2508 % s con arte rd aac cons 7 MODERN BUNGALOW—On bathing Talks covering many aspects of | the House had been sitting for about two hours 664 = phich [2f!¥ing at Trinidad about November ® ingtant, ,o
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death| weed en woke: | beans, § Madrona: and all conveniences. | DrOadcasting in the Britisn West that they adjourn for a week, introduced a debate which vat and Barbados yeeros ye Ine M.V “Daerwood” 3
women only ae ¢ Dm : Large plot of land. Appi in first place | indies will be held next week at went on nearly an hour and drew from the Leader of the } |b ddl ample space for chilled ar will accept Cop and = = =
y direct to owner to—Box R.C Cro iasti > arb: . reen : a . : an : sengers for St. Lucia’ Gre- &
DIED AUTOMOTIVE Geese Ca . isc Hi stings House, Barbados, betwee House the remark that the members of the Opposition } har. {TONE CAFEO. cn Bills € = fe ee %
7 } the Public Relations Adviser to the irinking spree. The motion for al, Carte accepted on th ee ictmeeh x nada, Aruba. Pa yer x
a aioe Austin 9. Saas tooke . meni Co : nS nt and Wanted to go on a rum drinking spree. 4g for transshipment 4 Mae tS oe Ot Vincent. Daten? de: ©
NERY—On September 19th, 1961, at! CAR erican Aust Two-storied wall Dwellinghouse called |Comptrolier for Development a . : . F julana, Leeward and Windward | % ¢
na Abingdon,” Dalkeith Road, 'st.| Phone 8 19:9 Siti.) ETON. tise sentence of the late Welfare, Mr. Philip Hewitt- week's adjournment was finally passed. mi dae % parture to be noti $
Michael, Dorothy Caroline Chenery “CAR—One 8 H.P. Mortis Sedan ‘n| M&S Norman Bascom), situate in| Myring, and Mr Henry Straker _ Mr, Adams had moved that the he was going to the —s rther particulars apply & B.W.1. SCHOON ¥
‘ rave > a e pal =e pees , wou A LYDE, Sst Michael The |*” ° " : aie hail alf< vd , e was not going be- 5, WITHY & CO fi anc [ ¢ TERS ASSOC. |
Gtdannd ct 5 Mery's Church ___| Lowland, Christ Church or Bovell &|ianq and” comprises, Cheunn’ setter’! |casting officers seconde) froin the adjournment for tea while Mr. cause’ he ee ee et ol, Barbados, | Tele. 4047 8
Vv. C. Gale, C. A, L, Gale, Beryt! Skeete. 189'5-—S"-| drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &°/B.B.C. to the Wester: and East- E. K. Walcott (E) counter-moved ef Wee Awe ENS , ld nov B.WiI _ees % $,.3566666666666664"
Chener "CAR_1047 inodel uid deiee Ths, | downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and bath- | Caribbes “ nial that the House adjourn for a drink rum; not that he would nov SSS SSSGS96S 5600S
$n | CAR—1947 model fluid drive Dodge] room, upstairs. Garage and servant's | CT Caribbean respectively. ous: hat ‘ha cid nae” But he ene cee tm SOSOSSOSSS .
HASSELI—On September 19th, 1951, | Sedan. oa or iyres i Se | rooms in yard. Electricity, gas, and | Mr. Straker, who arrived at } week nothing arainst anybody having .
: . atone: ot,” | Price reasonable. Can be seen at Silver] Government Water installed. | Mr. Straker, who arrive; si rs st any ; t -
. 4 = 2 . Cot 1 Bi P 2 } - he . ; .
o ‘es i Wittton cat eiae me ets, Dollar Club, Bay Street. Phone 4225 Inspection any day, except Sunday, | headquarters in Kingston, Jarnaica Mr. Adams (L) said that the a little rum. _ a L th “*)
Dezra Elizabeth Hassell J. Jackiran eee oe ek ae with Mrs. Maynard | come eighteen months 39, ad- Hon. Senior Member for St. James Lest the public should — °
's he P residence i 5 at. * 25 er ante ; sic ; 1 s : = ant . "eS he sade
arg Le eae Saawar fload Brethren CAR—Six Cylinder Chevrolet Touring The property will be set up for sale |ViS€s the governments of Jamaici had asked for an adjournment of from the utterances of tine ene _
M retin “Hall ind thence to the | M648. In perfect order, good tyres. | by public competition at our office. James British Honduras, and the Bahe- the House for a week, because of the House and the Senioi
Westbury Cemetery Apply to C. S. Goodridge C/o Wilkinson Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 28th Sep- mas on broadcasting questions, somebody was having a cocktail Member for St. Peter that the il.
Leslie, Walter and Doilie Cole, Winifred | & Haynes Co. Ltd. Dial -_ 9 sian. | tember ment. ot 2 gr Fe =: with special reference to the utili- party. He felt that the Opposition Opposition was adjourned for some NEW YORK (NORTH BOUND) SERVICE
bp ad ena te nn csriiijaspiinmnnbesisiesiesharsdodiahinensteightiianiendiiaris ere Solicitors ization of the time that is allotted should not have arranged their wild spree, he would state there ss aeuaee alie~arvéves: BMivee: ted September 1951
= MOTOR CYCLE—Velocette Model 200 15.9.51—10n |} to official broadc Sting under the Spree to clash with a meeting of that as soon as His Excellency sia ee Pome es - -
IN MEMORIAM é c.c. New, just received.. Courtesy various agreements between gov- the House the Governor acquainted his NEW YOKK SEKVICE
I f Davia} Corase oe eed Se ear he see gre rm nts o be rte ; nae ial He s lid that members of the party that Mr. Lennox-Boyd, A STEAMER sails 31st August—arrives B'dos Lith Septemt 19
n loving memory of David} = size 3 x 14 ft. Apply Four Square |« ents anc > commerceis sé a sy ir. yd, . ist August—arrive: B'dos 1 ten
urne, who died on the 19th ONE CYMOTO ENGINE for Bicycle. | Factory, Manager, or Dial 2442 broadcasting firms He has pro- Opposition wanted to go on a M.P., would be coming to Bar. A STEAMER ‘saile al a epten rer
September 1642. f ee ees) eae eee 169-518" | duced a number of programmes “Tum spree” and the business uf bados and requested ng ged mmanan NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
We always think of you ; CE ced a nu 7 amme ae ave had to pay party to meet him, he feli he was STEAMER sails De RLEAN as ro
Good was your intention to all ———— ALBION LODGE Barbarees Hili | fOr transmission on Radio Jamaica Barbados would have d to pay L patelta * laden’ Ganelianen an A STEAMER sails an August —a re ae i ie
So rest pene eo - daddy ws zs VAN meoat Ds hae Van i opposite Strathclyde entrance, standing} and Radio Belize for it an oMdinl st Sen GlAE ‘isté ‘ f S “ Se es
Te 1), Gladstone Pilgrim, | 2%, order: « Appty on 30,000 square feet, upstairs, four Mr. Ablack, who has similar F CANADIAN SERVICE
Bourne (brother Gladstone ‘grim | Spry Street becrooms, bath ete., downstairs dining ; Re ate iiahia as eas Mr. Adams said that he was not a
PORE aw a .9.4 in. | ——______ room, drawing room, sitting room functions in respect of the eovert- told of the cocktail party by a Three-Day Stay souTHROT vets
ae TRUCK—Offers in writing wil be re- kitchenette, kitchen and large store-| ments of Trinidad, Barbados, Bri- single member of the Opposition Mr. Lennox-Boyd was to leave Na: Salle Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives Barb
HACKETT In memory of Moselle] cuived by Courtesy Garage, White Park room, garden, Kitchen garden, fern|tish Guiana, the Leeward Islands } — * 3arbados on the following day. i , ee ee :
Hackett (nee Phillips) who passed! Road, up to 4.00 p.m. on Friday, 2st house Piece large enclosed yard and A ane _. If they had had the courtesy to Ba * hank Nap thet Fk “Ati Wea ati aSeptcmber th September 1 September 2
away at New York on September 20, | septr: 1951 — for one (1) Bedford Truck poues Sarena | aring trees. Dial 3ia5,|@24 the Windward Is ands, has 161) the Government sometime be- Honoura any it ree-day | 5.8. “ALCOA POINTER” September 286th Septeint t doth October -10ts
ie Sennen hy Tass... Suk Cas DA seen 19.9.51—m, | Only recently arrived at his head- fore that they wanted to get his stay was only a th “| S.S. “ALCOA PILGRIM October 12th October 15th ) a
The or links death" cannot sever] at their premises 19.9.51—3n ee quarters in Port-of-Spain, Trini- ae early to go to a private func- one and it was impossible t = scares sesrsetenedeserecrier tn “*
i ater ‘The undersigned will offer for sale at/dad_ A Trinidadian by birth, he is, tion, he said, it would have made have arranged a party for any |§S. “ALCOA PILGRIM due Barbados September 17th. Sails
aoe ' ELECTRICAL public competition at thetr oie No a | however already well known to q iveranne. ? other day. They had no wish tu] and St. Lawrence River Ports se rs Se Se ea
re eal iment teiaecen aree Scenes —~-High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the : : " . ee ee : ee pair aa niente tints
‘ Remembran i eater aaa , | cros' REFRIGERATOR New 2st day of September 1951, at 2.30 p.m. | thousands of West —— —— “That is the reason why the — e —— att ar tse These vessels have limited passenger accommodatior we
ene Secker. (huslipes eit tia ». ft. $896 S16 The dwelinghouse \known as “TRE- | his cricket commentaries and other rhs . clash with the w he ‘ advahionds 3
; ‘ ft 95.00. Dial 4616 € ghouse tis cricket comments : ne , 7 : . ; ;
poner rgd OR a a a sgh shed) oo fPcere enna: aati 19.9.51-n, LAWNY", with the ‘land whereon the! Kroadcasts on the B.B.C’s over- Opposition wanted to oa but it was impossible to be other- ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE
(brather May, Elsie and atc Philips se same stands, containing by estimation |!" sd bead Bill to amend the Fac ories Act, wise. The Hon. Member for St ¥:—DA COSTA & CO. LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE
take eee REFRIGERATOR — Gibson Refrigera- 2,500 square feet, situate at Hastings,| S@9S service 1 1947,” he said. They did not want Joseph would not deny the Con- APPLY: — } ‘
’ Geseneicin ‘Veuthe’ suet , tors (American) 5-year guarantee. Auto Christ Church Mr, Ablack is due to arrive in to sit and go through the Bill, but ~°56P) wow 2 o enterts =
MeNIOCOL—In ‘1 ore he & th ight to entertair
MeNICOL—In ‘loving mem« ee ,¢C _ at Spry Sts Inspection between the hours of 4 p.m arhbad Friday: and Myr . : servatives the rig
dear mother and grandmother Adora | Tyre Co., Cr. Trafalgar & 4 9.51—an, and 6 p.m. on application to the tenant | Barhac ee Sones Ost had the effrontery to move the a Conservative M.P., similarls
MeNicol, who departed this life on| = For particulars and Conditions of Sale,|Straker is expected om Monday, adjournment for a week for the as the Opposition could not deny} —- Bok fd iil ia El “ lad —
ay pep in God's. be suiitul garden, | LIVESTOCK apply Corr the 24th Sepjember-. sake of going inte somebody's the Government Members t bh « " -
As n God's be: n, > D . :
Away from all sorrow and p 1 epchasonsasiatage 9.9.51-<6n 2 house to drink a little rum right to entertain a Socialist M.P }
Some day when life's journey is ear SUES) STEIN. CTUMRRU SO . hae eader of the Hou:
endec | plantation ‘work. ‘Hose Hill, St. George The undermentioned will offer for sale C b Me Majority Vote bison ys RR geeiny told, he agreed | |
We shall meet you (mother) again 19.9.51— Mrs. Edna Edwards (daughter), Agatha — no oestrone a — James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday 2ist ‘e “If you want to use your But because he was not, there wi
Edware grand-daughte Meta Rollins} puppy Half Bred Labrador Pu2- September 1951 at 2 p.m ; & Ne P l : journ- MO reason for the harangue.
ce 20.9.51-—1n. | pies, 5 males. Apply to Mrs. D. W het, desirable two stored: fieshsid! 115 New upt 8 majority vote to have the adjouri Visdiy, be onda, be wun adbiy |
ow = Wiles, Fenshaw, Pine Plantation _ Gap, dwellinghcuse known as “Culloden | ment for a week, use it,” he anid. sc oho’ a. pe Me ein nea tt
iw ie (ME St. Michael, Phone 2784 20.9.51--3n View", situate at the junction of Cul- | 5 Mr, F. L. Walcott (L) supportec a é sh av
ANNOUNCE wi T loder. and Dalkeith Roads. with the | li the i i Mr ‘Adioinn* aAchiaati ans taken such a turn, but it hs d) |
lond thereto containing 10,585 square |@@y the roll was . * ams i Brook at ihown the public one thing, that |
To meet numerous requests of our MECHANICAL feet. The house contains closed and| ighty-seven of the new stu- Mr. E. D. Mottley said that even in an adjournment, at times |
sustomers, we have opened a section ‘i open verandahs, bath and toilet down-|dents were pupils of Wesley Hall Curing his five years as a member the Government had been rely-| | MOTOR CYCLE TYRES
shoe ladies sacks bout sitting te: | _WIND MILL Phone ai, 180.6l_on. Sig and ubuaire: fur Bedrooms one | But “wore tranuterred to the Wests, Otis Hie ANE years as a member Be ieee eat
sho . 12 Ss si s. 10S wt ath and ’ e a | =_ os ~ ve ber I Jebe t . th t had sunk to a s ' na
at our disposal the facilities of a , ' , rooms, garage for 1 car and tool room | bury Infant, School in Novem a debate a é s oe ee
LA le ph add 3 a a te ees pete tn, (all built of stone). in the yard tase year. ‘They tave now passed greater depth. He was very much '! Mr Mapp (L) said he woule eo mages —
prompt services at exceptionally reason- roe Inspection Or een pm. and 6 p.m.) the infant stage, Fifty of these surprised and hurt that it shouid ialanae: the aarti an ake nd itiediesiilabeaeiatia “
ible prices , any day except Sundays on appointment ae aolad school, : - 4 .. thalle > s
Fetance Shirt Factory. Shirt Depot.| One (1) Johnson Sea Horse Outboard ih. “Gh owner Mr St Gielen jare already es = e ‘| taty Come from the Leader of the House Opposition to leave the House
Polmetto Street. Phone 4764 Motor with separate 5 gallon tank. Out- ‘Phone 3229 or 4337) At most o the elemen and the Senior Member for St isan ahd go to a patty Thes |
18.9.51—6n.| put 10 h.p. Engin, condition as new. G. L. W. CLARKE & Co., schools the attendance of the Peter. Had the Senior Member “ i hathea a hoes: ees
Apply by letter or in person to Wismar, Solicitors. | Awa 7 7 One z F would still have a quorum
Can't Eat, Why my Dentures are| Gibbs Beach, St. Peter. 14.6.51—6n ~9.9.516n | tst| day was not good. thn for St. John made use of the re- ()v doubtful as to there bein;
broken. Well you can have them skil- {teacher told the Advocate j, mark, which the Hon’ the Leader 1% opposition to measures for the
suny. yepeired | within tiree hours MISCELLANEOUS { are some of the parents keep thelr of the House and the Member fot people which they would then
Where? Square Deal, Denture ET i a ee ees PUM. Cc NOTICES |children at home on the first day St. Peter made use of, he would through?
ce vine, Reed Siveat eae BATH TOWELS—Fine quality 20x40” ;of the term, as they | Say, “to have pitied the Senior Member for From the time he had been
. 4 , » pve P: 2 ered | nay » of sir.’ 4 é
| iceiy bt Ao ail cht sean Kisperarh ron cestt per antes 4 on weele-deve allow the school to air. St. John when the Leader of the member of the House: he hac
“a fae a ae : . “in | @nd 12 cents ver agate line on Sun ys | a . aan £. of im. te x ae taeiie
| ORIENTAL 52 Swan Street 4715 Me OFiwls.. dala Chbye SLES Ce eee: | _ House was finished with hir Aever suet, th House adjourn
en ne . sae est @nd $1.80 on Sundays. — . — He € ate a s
SOUVENIRS | poeae-Seuty, eouter ‘covering ‘Radio— W os < the peeve: ‘ the challenge the last member wi
fts, Curios, Jewels "es nae ; s | accuse Pcause a motion fo’ spoke to say when,” he said
Seto Ivory, Silks een eee ae 79.8 SIs NOTICE adjournment of the House is made OD occasions when’ mémbcr
Etc., Ete., Ete. a : PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH | ARRIVALS — By B.W.1.A.L for a week, that we are neglecting of this side were not here ti
ad I ¢ Ss siete, pe tab Pane Stain | APPLICATIONS will be received at A ae se M. Littlepage, OUr duty, we are irresponsible, ther side should come here anc
| - plete, comfortable carry-a ian 7 | 3 pce, al spage, i , . : § § 4 i
THA jhandie, containing 1 pt. Vacwum Flasks Fiat Saree time Pee the erat kl | L.. Robinson, $. Johnson, M. Camaeho, we are not interested in the people, form a majority and see wh»
and plenty of room for sandwiches, $2.83. | Z1th Septem Inspector for the Parish | B- Camacho, J. Foster, V Witton, B we are holding up social legisla- measures their side could ¢
Pr. Wm. Ury, St. :: Dial 2466 || Gaste t datas “at ow. er utny @? of Christ Church at A salary of $40.00 erase eae Reec Fuller, tion which = for ani ae threugh. How could any public
SOc end per month Mil 5 - of the country and finally we are rited person sit down and +a'
j, & Co., Ltd. and The Modern Dress’ F ‘a = s " . 4 P Lawrence, E. Millington, L Milling d i , Spirited person si t
SSIS, Shoppe APs A EAE: it hot ‘Be feturpisd) kee etnitoae aR Ht gMillington, ¥. Millington, E. told we are getting the adjourn- jet one week’s business stand
i r . 7 easeless | it Will not be necessary to forward | a per ae Pieper ‘ ox, H Pier er ment of the House for the ge ver for the next week. ra
, NOXZEMA Skin Cream Gressoless.| contifentes of proficiency with the | Lans, A. Lewis, 5. Lawl, pence of going on a rum spree,” he said.
To Our Customers has soa gic ae sends = applications but apolicante holding such woe ae . big Nae . = P -_- =
Softer—whiter feta trial Jar for 33 Sbh eee = ; ‘ - , ; . Sa ine ‘ ve ‘ =
and Friends cents from Bruce Weatherhead Ltd Te te SRSCRHOHE aT Re oe Herreha, ante, 'B. Escalante, ne wt ene, i a | a aga
‘ 20.9.51—3n . . Levine, E. Stephen Le earwood, unbecom . sere é - G. A. Service’
|} pared to produce them if required to pelts Tae : iS . Service's
e —— E Seale, L. Marshall, Joyce Jenvey, Jes- dacent. The former accusations
We {Mill be closed for Hf] ,O%F GARAGE IT x 7. Dini #088.) “ane” successtut candidate wit ne} ina envey, Kinsley’ Lew iam Cemme gvent, | The former accusation: We het ceteaaey i 4
: : jer £3 eee oanths SING 02 Serve Gne: Il). Wear ob , ow 7 ‘ ie Beel’ unfounded, Because for the past ‘The most manifest sign o
Stock-taking under ati. Nites int t to the | Seale, iy Warren, Claudestine Bee in 5 aus s ;
PR C a etatilated cae ee ee ee fustace G yh Sams . 3 or wisdom is continued cheer-
Grocery Dept. J rev ae adaged fae eee established staf RD ai ia Tag Ae oat Tee Merah ten ae seaiaieee Ph gp ne wor a Y 1 > mm ' ‘ 4
Tuesday 25th Sept. jJust the thing for this ho ee WOOD GODDARD, Bee et ee See Fergusson, “4S really respons 8 38, :
é ey ; - le structions supplied < ~ - 2s Dolores Cadogan, Anthony ‘er PUSS5O! ee . se ... Montaigne. }
Wholesale Dept.— tSERe deck eatlee sak bere Hons, Subp ie Clerk, Chyiertaamonare: ae Heats, Sydney Achory, Jacqueline Baker, Angela the work of the House through WITH GAS a ae INU | 1 oo e
Thursday 27th Sept. ter just when you want it, Oniy 48 16.9.51—4n, | Barnes, Leotta Clarke, Alstone Clarke. ag on the occasions wae ne errcHen SOUSEWIFE ‘
- Pp > n , t ach, Obtainabl ily from C, F From GRITISH GUIANA colleague who was in isposec 1k or 4
5. E. COLE & CO., LTD. i i . B et ge yee : 19 9 51 3n S. Bushell, M, Martins, A. Belgrave, — & ; 28s. tt > ; M ber AND COOKIE ARE AL- (ECKSTEIN BROS. '
7 5 Papenans : NOTICE : tack, through illness, the Senior Membe 3 4 ‘
27 & 28 Roebuck St. ene u M. Beigrave, G. Hale, C. Alli, A, Hack, cat Pater cut.of the telah Be WAYS CHEERFUL.
20.9.51.—3n, YACHT’ The well-known yacht] IN THE MATTER of the Companies Act} A Hack, S. Hack, ‘ ase f Aziz, oS eter — ee € . en |
9 (| “HI-HO" with dingy. Can be seen at 1910, and N. Wilson, Piprawala, M min State business, the Junior Member Se a ‘ ree ~ dati §
— ‘ ‘) b. Offers to Mr. D. A. Pile] IN THE MATTER of JOES RIVER| From ST. LUCIA st. T as out of the island,| ~~~~ OLA PEAR
GGG GFE ae ee “a | sre owls & Teal ‘s Office ; LIMITED Evesta Clairmont, holas De Silva, of St. J I hom »mt . for : St] OSGOOD FORGO OOOO LOE LAL AEE AAPA ELD %
Re ee ree a 21.9 S1~2n | | NOTICE is hereby given that the cred-| Grantley Me. Intosh, Capt. James Bve- the Junior member or St. % %
a! ) ) 7 itors of the above-named Company, | iyn, Charles Burgess Michael at Bathsheba, also due $$ VE vou PL ACED x
10 DAYS NEWS FLASH ; which is being voluntarily wound up, | From GRENADA : oe to illness, and the Leader of the % HA ry ld xs
- 1 fre required, On or before the First Rubina Banfield, Kar! Edmonds, Evelyn “A » jsland, some- x
+ g FOR RENT dey of October 1951, being the day for| azahy, Yvonne Mahy, James Parris, Eson House out of the jperecaee Spore : " Z ¥
eas eZ that purpose fixed by the undersigned | ‘rc, lor, Alan lor, Henry Gibbons, times on State business, and on . YOUR ORDER ror »
“SEE HOW THEY RUN” Minimum charge week 72 cents and) alfred DeCourcy Boyce, the Liquidator | anthony Muayh Douglas Phillips other occassions on his own busi- >
f TONIGHT o : q | 96 cents Sutdays 24 cords _ poe 24) of the said Con y, to send their From VENEZUELA : _ ness, working for his living, the *
» and | words 3 cents a word week—4 cents 4! names and addresses, and the particulars Jean Duranson, Ana Duranson, Rens epee A rs oe at aate é
x | 7 ahs ama > ‘a Opposition on several occasions 1‘ FARRIS %
5 ou | Sundays; their debts or claims, and the aames | Ouranson Pierre Duranson, Estela . f, ie
SEE vanttet RUM | wee ae — aodiadiicarus ot their Solicitors, if any, | Weber. Clivy Weber, Hugh Weber, Anita had to make up a quorum and also MESSEY %
THE PUBLIC HOUSES to the undersigned, and if so required | Paschew, Mariela | Paschew ren Puls © occasions stayed on with the | > ate Xs
Â¥ tice in writing from the sai rnerton, Maria Mace me 1 ah g
3 | am ARERR TRR SIRE sun| nt ott twit $2) So,autguara Putor Newel arin, Deputy Lender of the Howe theif pa WY TY x
>, 12 «@ 7 srl 2 , . malls -! come in and prove their said debts or} Juana Atdeo onourable § 5 R
Aree > weainecraens hoa, Mabe bathe S HEEOGE Phone| claims ‘at such time and place as shall DEPARTURES By B.W.LA.L, St. Thomas who conducted Gov- >
an penis . oa. 5 after | be specified in such notice, or in default For TRINIDAD si : an = . ie a y e x
HARDWARE MOM from to & ond GAS 30-9 Bian. | thereot they will be excluded from the! Jenn tee Anion Scott, Anderw: Chris- le ern Doman shee TRACTOR 2 >
For Good Value } ————~ j benefit of any distribution made before | tine, Gordon Keir, Jean Sarkis, Wini- “night. R
OD: $2000 "Viet “CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approved| such debts are proved fred Sarkis, Basil Brooks, Joan Brooks eee 3 ant cong
tenahee Pithishes House, Upper Bay St. Dated this 24th day of July, 1951 27?" Bae Corina Seale, Fraser R pox ts Social Functions Note the features:— >
t i ALFRED DeCOURCY BOYCE, Lorna Reekie, Joan Reekie, Irma Gilb s
Opposite Yacht and Aquatic Clubs. All : ee phd veel : e wibmaiani ?
y 2 s Street, Bridgetown, Bhagw: Kirpalani, Arjan irps srefore oy S â„¢ tae > > ~
| modern conveniences. Apply on premises. | of No, 14 James Stree TT iawiieties oer Lopez, Edward Lopez, Alberto If therefore they wante d to Battery Ignition, Power Take Off, %
T SHOW ee Lopez, Miriam Lopez, Gurney Ghent sabotage, or hold up work or use * wie’ ; x
CALADIUM S | GIBRALTAPR—Cattlewash. From Ist— For BRITGH GUIANA their majority vote or anything Belt Pulley, Lights. Other information on application to Ds
15th October. Dial 95-267 WANTED a oat ae ingens Susi cntent bit of the sort, did they not have ¥
WHITEHALL, ST. PETER | eae Bineed xenes “Dr Edmund Ward, ( epportunity on those occasions ? Shi nts are once again arriving a
in aid of St. Peter's LITTLE HAMILTON RR Lawrence rad Hunte, Keith Walcott, anes He had seen the Leader of the . Shipments a *
alc St. : s - MILTOD s ; amaiae Cate od, i : . : ‘
i 3 wate Gap. Unfurnished. Verandahs, drawing HELP SturehaD, Gard mF rower’ Gerald | eed) House adjourn the House on s ye bce easly 7
RATE MORAL, jrcom, 3 bedrooms, toilet upstairs. No yd st euineth, Branker. Wilfred More than one occasion for mem-]® and you are advised to book early. *s
i | dogs. Dial 6144 20.9.51—1n A WOMAN, age: 45-55 (Domestic | B pa a Mae Cameron Smith. bers of the House to attend x . s
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- % (vee Thomas) as I do not hold myself} mortgage. Yearwood Boyce Teresa Coing, Norman Mediina, Fre’ jority to adjourn this House to : oo. ‘
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‘It’s Too Bad There Can’t Be Two Champions’

By SUGAR RAY ROBINSON
NEW YORK.
Did you ever sit down to write one of those “thank you”
letters to somebody and just wonder how you're really
going to express your appreciation in just the right way?
If you did, and I think you must have, you feel very much
as I do now that the ayplause and the excitement of Wednes-
day evening is dying away.
It’s like you've had the party ‘
and the presents and you've got °"¢ breathing you just have
the toughest job of all to do—those Keep punching

to

letters. Well honest, I’m like that Felt Sorry
right now. And it’s going to be But J have to tell you that just
tougher in some ways, saying then I, felt kind cof sorry for

things I mean to say like I want Randy. I knew the title was coming

to, than it was being in there at back to me, but since I dropped
the Polo Grounds on Wednesday that decision to the British boy
night getting back our title. So J] just began to think of what he
many people said so many kind would be thinking when he real-
things to me this time that I just ised that he didn’t have it no
don’t know where to begin. more dt’s kinda tough, you

I wasn’t really surprised to hear know, but who am I to be senti-
it from them because I know they mental about it all, when I didn’t

were with me all along, ‘cos they find a whole lot of sentiment in
were my friends, The who defeat? Honest, though, I do feel
stuck with me even when I'd been centimental about it all, because

one’s

eaten in London and said they all those guys who meet in there
knew I'd succeed next time are human just like yourself,
I always had a feeling I'd win and I know it’s the toughest
through, too, and you can say it thing in the world to lose a title.
again that I was so much more ye sir. Most definitely
detetmined because I just wanted But when two people can’t

to show so many people I wasn’t have the same thing you just have

wrong, to get selfish about it in that ring
e And that was the way I looked

Pride Hurt at it from the beginning
I wish you could have seen I think I had giver’ my friends
some of the newspapers over here enough insight into my training
the days before the fight. for them to know that I really
Sugar’s Over The Hill.” “Sugar felt I could do the job this time.
Don’t Look So Sweet.” “Randy By Like I said full ten days before the
Knockout Ray’s Legs Have fight, I was in shape then.
Gone.” They told the world. Can [f knew it and I didn’t have to ask
you imagine the kind of feeling anyone to tell me. I even said I
that works up in a fighter when Was purposely going along easy so
he’s already had his pride hurt that I didn’t go “over the top.’
bad? Of course you can, and J] Sales talk? Well, it wasn't. And

ain’t kidding when I tell you all When I was doing this one day
those things made me more deter- 4nd that the next, out at Pomp-
mined than ever to get back the ton Lakes, I was only really try-



championship, ing out all the kinds of fighting
I just looked at those papers Which I thought would puzzle

and said. “Well, I'll be doggone, Turpin.

And I thought those people were a

my frienc You just somehow Tacties



seem to find w hich ones you can He dictated the first fight and 1

, » never seeme at started I
rely on when you're ’ never seemed to ge ,
doubt ure ina me Of wanted to make sure, he didn't
* . repeat 1e@, z so our strategy
There were a lot of doubters, repeat on me, and so our rateg:

7 » was deliberately to change
but I had a lot of the real sort of tactics every round or two.

friends, too. 1 want to thank them ~ you know, I’ve had people come
now for the help they gave me to me since Wednesday and ask
with their adv ice and their prayers me why IL kept switching the style,
and I don’t have.to say any more So | told them “This Turpin’s a
because I know they're all just as pretty good puncher. Only thing
happy as I am is he smokes best when he gets

There’s another guy I want to set to a sort of pattern and you
thank, too, and that’s Randy just don’t have to let him get set.
Turpin, We ain’t had a chance to tied down to a style, ‘cos there's
get together since the fight, like a chance he might nail you if you
I want to, but when f do I shall do. So I boxed those first couple
tell him he just helped me to win of rounds going forward Then
the title back from him, just ‘eos when I thought he had_ figured
he wanted to hang on to it was doing I starts going
much. I'm going to tell you now back and jabbing him as I circle
that although I thought I was in away. ‘Then when he figures that
front when the tenth round came he's got me a bit worried ‘cos I'm
up, I think I shovld have had a Packing up, I goes in with both
much harder road to travel if hands to the body, That's the way

" ’ D x we planned it,”
pene meet been 60 eager sbout If we hadn’t do you know

something ? It could have been
Blood 1 might have won in the second
He cut my eye, Honest, I don't

round, ‘Cos 1 hit Randy with a
think there was nothing, but right hand then just as good as
nothing, which he could have done

the one which really won me
to me that could have made me ‘he fight. He grabbed me round
want to get the fight over so

the legs and shook off the effects
quickly, I felt that blood trickling

of it with some clinghing, but

knew then if vot the chance to

down and it was then IT knew that j1.4 another like it, it might win
something had to be done, the fight, But if you do keep
Don’t get me wrong. It wasn’t throwing punches like that some-
a measure of desperation as some jody’s got to get hurt—and it
people have been all too willing might be you, so although I telt
to suggest They'll tell you I jike I might have him measured
looked tired, and if I hadn't won 7 just decided to follow our plan,

then I'd have been all in, So I Right up to the time Randy de-
looked tired. Then let me tell you ¢jded the plan had to be changed!

our

so What I

this. I was deliberately coasting

through the ninth and_ tenth Enough

rounds on orders. fron my

manager, George Gainford, who Well, you know what hap-
had me in front in his book and pened after that. I just kept hit-
decided that was the best way ting him punches, and finally

of staying in front and keeping up Referee Ruby Goldstein said that
for a final effort. Like we say, I was enough.

was playing possum. There’s been a lot of argument

whether he should have done it.

Then Randy cut me. Honest, I They said like there was only

couldn't tell you how it happened, eight seconds of the round to go

but somehow it felt like the heel Well, I can tell you this. Randy
of his glove caught it as I triedyyas getting lower and lower to-
to duck inside a short punch @wards the canvas and I began

Plenty of people said it was an-"
other butt, but although both"through before he’d go down. But
our heads were close together J dwhtn I began that final flurry !
just qpuldn’t say, And if I couldn't new it was all over. He didn’t
who could? That got me mad— try to punch like he’d done most
mad because I was seared. No, times when | thought I'd nailed
not scared for any other reason jim. He just tried to cover the

than that I wanted to win so pack of his head with his gloves
much, I knew I could win and like I was going to cuff him

Srila niear Ghee det mane round the ears. But when I got to
s 5 a) ause >y s stage ain’t i
stop that fight through the cut. that stage I ain’t in no mood to

to think I’d got to drive him right



cuff, and was prepared to stand
The thought flashed throug there all night if necessary to
make sure I won

my mind “I've just got to forget
what they told me and get WW [t ain't the first time I saw a
over.” So I threw that long right guy in front of me like that, and
hand which felt like it was | agin’t kidding to you when I
starting right from the bleacher say | don’t let ‘em get away, bell
rows and going right throwgh the or no bell. For proof ask Mister
other end of the Polo Grounds, Lamotta, from whom I took the
1 swung it so hard that might title at first. Something simi-
have done, and me with it, if I lar happened with him and he
hadn't connected; but it went so was down on the ropes just like
fast that Randy’s chin was in the Turpin when it all ended, I
right spot to get together with it. don’t forget these things and if
When he got up from the nine I ever was likely to there’s a
count {[ knew 1 could nail him. lifesize picture hanging up in my
And that’s the time when a restaurant to remind me.
fighter don’t have to show no At One Shot
mercy. So long as your oppo- There'll be one of
nent is standing in front of you going up there, too,

They'll Do It Every Time

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RAY ROBINSON

doesn’t hurt a fighter to keep re-
minding himself of his business,
particularly when it’s likely to
get him a quarter of a million
dollars at one shot as this one
looks like doing for me.

That’s pretty nice money, but
you know something? It’s a pretty
nice title, foo, and I’m so glad to
get it back because it’s made so
many people happy aside of me.

Now I’m going to settle down to
a real rest, and it could be I shan’t
fight any more this year. My next
fight will be for the Heart Fund
under the auspices of the Damon
Runyon Cancer Fund just like I
said, but it’ll probably not be be-
fore February.

I ain’t putting the title on ice,
but I think after the hard year
I’ve had, and throwing my cham-
pionship once and then having to
get it back all inside of sixty-four

days, I could use some rest.
Expanding
I’m expanding my businesses,

and enjoy sticking around there to
see that everything’s as it should
be. I got to get around to think-
ing about being the champion
again, too, but I guess I won’t find
that too difficult.

Now I want to round off with a
few words about Randy Turpin.
Some folks over here made sport
when I told them he’d said after
the first fight I’d be champion
again. Well, he did. Now you
want to know what he said this
time?

Well, he came over to me and
told me: “Ray, you’re a_ great
champion, The title’s yours. You
keep it until you’ve had enough
and then I’ll see what I can do
about it again.”

That was pretty nice of him.
Yes, Randy’s a great boy, and

Britishers should be proud of him,
Come to think of it, it’s too bad
there can’t be two champions.

What's On
Today

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hibition at the Barbados

Museum — 10 a.m. to 6
p.m.

‘ourt of Error (Rock Ali-
mony case) — 10 a.m.
diction — 10 a.m.

‘ourt of Original Jurisdic-

Police Band at the Esplan-
ade bandstand, Bay
Street — 7.45 p.m.



CINEMAS
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YESTERDAY’S
WEATHER REPORT

From Codrington
Rainfall: Nil
Total Rainfall for

date: 5.69 ins.
Highest Temperature: 84.5 °F
Lowest Temperature: 74.5 °F
Wind Velocity: 12 miles per
hour
Barometer: (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 20.824

Month to

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE





MANY relatives, friends and weil
wishers were at Seawell Air-
port yesterday morning to se>
the thirteen-man Barbados
Cricket team and their Man-
ager, Mr. E. A. V. Williams,
ex-International off to British
Guiana and to wish them bon
voyage and good luck.

Officials of the Barbados Cricket
Association present were Mr.
Fr. A. CC. Clairmonte, First
Vice-President, Mr. J. M. Kid-
ney, Second Vice-President,
Mr. W. F. Hoyos, Honorary
Secretary and Mr. E. D. Inniss
and Mr. E. L. G. Hoad, Snr.,
Members of the Board of Man-
agement.

Other cricketers who were there



B‘dos Cricketers Off To B.G.

to give the boys a good send
off included Mr. L. O. Wood,
Mr. Harold Kidney, Mr.
Seymour Beckles, Mr. Theo-
dore Birkett, Mr. Neville Med-
ford, Mr. Clifford Skinner, Mr.
Clayton Greenidge.

Allan Collymore, President of
the Barbados Cricket Associa-
tion was unable to be present
as he had to attend a sitting
of the Court of Common Pleas.
He however, sent a message by
the Secretary, wishing the
team bon voyage and all the
best throughout the tour.
The Manager, Mr. E. A. V. Wil-
liams, told the “Advocate” that
the team was a young one, the
average age being twenty-two.

Sir

THURSDAY,

U.K. Go To
The Polls

| @ From Page 1 _ pointed. One from among them-

10. In that vote, the Socialist selves could be elected as Chair-
|Government defeated: Churchill’s man. When there was no bye-
|Conservatives and other opposi- law, it was well known that
jtion parties by only seven votes commonsense prevailed. There
j in the Commons. were quite a number of cases on

SEPTEMBER 20,

Counsel Address
Court All Day

@ From Page 5

1951



; ‘ that.
All the boys had been exercis- | First re-action in political “The case cited by the counsel
ing every morning at Rockley | (Watters in Washington to the an- for the other side to bring out
and they are all fit. | nouncement of British Elections the continuance in office did not
He said that the standard of the! Was one of satisfaction because of hold in the case before them
fielding is up to the best Bar-|t"@ hope that it would give one Under section 4, the Superin-
bados has ever produced, the Party or the other in Britain a tendent was merely elected, not
batting is sound down to num- |8°0d working majority. This was even sworn in. There was noth-
ber 9 and the bowling is good. reflected in the comment of various ing to say that he would remain
He felt confident that the team | Persons including representative in office until a successor was
al ive ood account of | Christian Herter who fathered the duly elected.
itecif aaah ee off the field. | Marshall plan. in Congress. He would produce authority,

he said, to show that the Super-
The first colony game will start at) He said “the election call is .n intendent had no right to hold
Bourda on Saturday. excellent thing. In view of the

The menbers of the team are: il ki ‘ority th over. The other side o-
bs re-— |small working majority the Labour bring evidence to show that he
A. M. Taylor (Capt.), G. Wood, y ing ¢ t

|Party has had and the rift within could and they had not touched

W. Greenidge, C. W. Smith, | jt; ranks it is a good thing tohave that. There was no case which
A. Holder, C. Hunte, K. “"\a showdown now so whichever specifically stated that because a
Walcott, K. A. Branker, C.|party wins there can be a solid man was elected and sworn in

Bradshaw, W. A. Farmer, N. E.) working majority.

Pp office he had a right to hold on
Marshall, G. Proverbs and E. |

To us it is not so important "© Matter what might have been



Trinidad Beat B’dos
1-0; Ladies Win 2-1

By PAUL FOSTER

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 19.

Trinidad men won the third and final water polo Test match
one goal to nil against Barbados at the Trinidad Yacht Club
this afternoon. This is the first time ever, since the series
began in July 1949 that a Barbados team has been defeated
by Trinidad. The home team won a well played match in
which they carried their opponents the majority of the game.

The Barbados team fought weli

and held off the local team until
late in the second half when
Weatherhead in goal for Barba-

dos who had saved several other
difficult shots was caught napping
by one of the Trinidad defenders,
Carlton Gill who swam across the

half way mark took a decep-
tive long shot which swept into

the left hand corner of the nets.

The huge crowd watching the
game went wild and _ terrific
applause went up.

The Barbados team attacked

frequently and their forwards sent
in several shots, but either goal-
keeper Gatcliffe was well in posi-
tion or the Trinidad backs worried

the Barbados forward line into
taking inaccurate shots,
A strong tide was running

against Barbados in the second
half, and it was this that perhaps
caused the goal as Weatherhead
had to continually watch to see
that he did not get taken inside
his goal.





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Gill’s shot however, was a
magnificent effort and Trinidad
who had played a sterling game
throughout the series fully deserv-
ed their victory which nevertheless
came too late to make any differ-

ence to the final results of the
series.
Girls Win
Barbados ladies kept up their
unbroken victorious record and

beat Trinidad ladies two goals to
oné, Skipper Peggy Pitcher played
a forcing game and placed bo'h
goals for her team

Anne Bradley in the Trinidad
back line scored for the home
team. She got away from her
opponents and swam _ through,
taking a long shot which beat the

Barbados goalkeeper Anne
I'ckstein,

Barbados ladies team through-
out the series has worked to-

gether and each pulled her weigh*.
Barbados got both their goals in
the first half, while Trinidad
netted late in the second half,

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Thursday, Oct. 4th at 6 p.m. Children’s Hour. Auntie Betty's Animal Quiz.

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THURSDAY, Oct. 4th|



SATURDAY, Oct. 6th

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Atkinson |which party wins as that they Prior to 1949.
= nr — ————~ tshould be able to work efficiently “It has been said,” he said
oe jand have a feeling of security.” “that some of these were not
After the games _ Trinidad’s |} ‘ : members at the time, but there
Governor Sir Hubert Rance who} Representative Laurie Battle, was no foundation in a charge
watched the matches and started|member of the Hots® Foreign made against them.’ It should

the ladies’ game by throwing the
ball into the centre of the field,
presented the trophies to Barbados |
captains Boo Patterson and Peggy

Affairs Committee who has fol- be in the Minute book. They re-
lowed Atlantic affairs more close- ceived a notice from Rev. Hoyte,
ly than the average Congressman, but took no notice of it and there
said: “I hope the British people was nothing to show that they

Pitcher, will clear the atmosphere in this had been charged under the bye-
Four cups were also awarded|election and strengthen whichever law. ;
to the most oytstanding players|Government they put into power. They were never given an op-

in the teams. For Barbados these
went to Charlie Evelyn and
Dorothy Warren, while Harry
Smith and Josephine Gatcliffe
were named as Trinidad’s best
performers.

After the presentation, visitors
were entertained to steel band}
music while comic matches coin-
prised of some of Trinidad league
players were played by floodlights.

The team then left for the Hotel

The margin of the present Govern- portunity to defend themselves.
ment has been too thin. There should have been an en-
. : quiry and when Rev. Hoyte sent

“In foreign policy I would not the letters, he was acting outside
anticipate any appreciable change his power. He did not have the
whichever party wins the elec- power to expel them. As far as
tion, although there might be some tiiose members were concerned,
important changes in local policy. they could not be dealt with at
I don’t agree with the Labour all. If they misconducted them-
|Government’s policy towards Red selves, there was a Petty Tres-
|China or some of its trade behind pass Act under which he could
the Iron Curtain, but on the other be prosecuted or the Act govern-

Normandie where a dinner in|hand I do favour co-operation for ing _the interruption of divine
honour of the visitors was held./@ strong union of Europe.” service.

The Barbados teams leave Amo aininistrat? Mr. Reece held that an Annu-

; : P . é nong. a stra icials a i cs ;

tomorrow night for Barbados via & ministrative officials a} Business meeting was not a

in the U.S. there was the tradi- meeting of the Representatives
tional “hands off” policy which is of the churches. Only represen-
always followed as regards friend- tatives could do the things set
lly countries lest the Government out in Section 4.

here appear to be trying to sway When the case continues on

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can. And America supplied all
except two of Britain’s 144 im-
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British first-feature films shown
totalled 76, five fewer than the
previous year. Britain had

the election towards one or the Monday, Mr. Reece will continue
to address.

other contesting parties.—U.P.




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ESTABLISHED 1895 THURSDAY. '.XMBER 20, 11 rKlCl. HVI C i nitf* *itioni heat off Lcn.n.1... Hill I" IIV Attlee aiki King to sWIX'i '* %  • Majesty's condition % % %  .>i r Lomirm^la agree to ^' • %  • f| Greece and Turkey will 111 ..... ss -mai.^ dinoUt U.K. Parliament %  *" •*• give, cause for alarm LEl^." 1 relume .-uce negotiation! ^ *• %  %  * %  be admitted to Atlantic Pact ILK. GO TO THE POLLS OCTOBER 25 King George Attlee Wants A Bigger Majority LONDON, September 19. pRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee on Wednes day night announced a General Election for October 25. Attlee made the announcement in a radio broadcast before leaving for Scotland on Thursday to address 1 the Scotland Labour Party. Attlee summoned the old Parliament to return on October 4 instead of the previously planned date of October 16. The old Parliament will be dissolved on October 5 by Royal Proclamation. AttlnJI,I HI his broadcast thai niimil has larnrd on Ihr will dissolve parliament next month affairs of the country with a very %  mall majority in the Common-. Attlee continued "I have therelore a*ked Hi* Majesty th*. Kmn for whose speedy restoration to full health *all pnp. to giant I dissolution of Parliament" *'I con-idcr that the UlM laSB come to ask electors f. • newal of i and to give it adequate Parliamentary support in order to deal octant issuer nrlta wblcb it intharged at home and abroad. Attlee met with his t newspapers headlines sanl i r;cneral Elecii'" would DO : '' 1 October 25. The Event.* News and the Kvi-nhiE Standard )oined the I-or>dOO Oatly Mirror P newspaper, in predicting that . MI concerned abou*. his health. The vag u .i < daf ll bulletin Issued last night gave little Infoi %  nation l>eyond the i -timtiii.il ctiangBM*' %  otherwise IMH'Xpijllli-d I.. the King's lung. Hut thai was tnoucn la to most Unions thai the King's condition ts serious even if not daiUaroua, and may force him again to cancel the proposed lour of Australia and New Zealand itep performed, may occur soon. Firstly the presence of two surgeons among the nine doctorw ho hold a conference at Buckingham Pali tarday and laBON the MilOnly Bve doctors, wrera in the lonsiiltatiun which DCaO •HI UM Kink Saeondly. the sudden i %  I h/.ilieth to cut short her holiday in Scotland also. She had ulanned to remain Balmoral Castle until next month. But she flew hark last night with Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh who leave fur Canada and the United States next \V. IP Grotewohl Rejects Renter's Proposal BERLIN, Sepl 19 I (;<-rm.in Premier. Otto Orottwohl, rejected W< lin Mayor, Brnogrl Reuter's proposal to unify Berlin through fret* election*, and repeated his demand for the unification Of I Germany and the withdrawal of occupation troopg Grotewohl warned West (.crrnun Filmier. Kontad Adenauer that "rearmament means war" He %  BaTllrtf. the Wool t.t'iinnn Government for rejectinR the Ommuinist proposal to hold all-German talks on unity. U.S. Ambassador 7b Iran On It is Way ffoilM H.-inv F. Oradj United state* Ambassador to ll %  ',* a trwdrauiigl 14 • iiuntlu 1(1 ltil{i turt.iils-.il (otintrv southern border. ii.. spent $1,000.0011 .. du hi-ipmi: save Or* i no to Iran bofdng to BM up an Amai :< aj • assistance nffOgraa Through no fault with a $25,000,0 Ked t.i|\ f OH I %  i %  I i. | l.irili Irrmiit.: Ilenmidii w:i-. %  tiBlon by earl a in. Tw. i cOa lusted from io to !.' laeoi sL No d was reported 11 sfSI the tirsi quake felt in 25 J years in :i MKMRI'KM of (he Barb id0l*Mstt learn who left Mean..-II yeoterday morning by B.O Airway, npavtal Baarti id Blgbl lot Bmih Uniana B.iBow. Left to Bisht cv Bnal h..C W Smith. W A Farmer, ll Wooff. E Atklii-an. K F. Wa* tl ind S E MardiMl Ttonl Bow. Lfi to Bi|lit K. A Bt.inkwr. O Proverb*. W 0 %  die, A. M. Taylor (Capt.i. E. A. V. Willi.uri Manaitd i 0 I I A Iloldrr Italian Pence l*ael Talks Going Well r %  Italian Pnit.icr. Aliuli'!Jo t; ISJH-I i n\. %  the B and said thui nefjottatiotu i" revte* tlely'i peace very wvul" Today 1 ineetii progi thly thai Ml i to Id theti a clear indication that the It. Three ind ll I; a definite under*) the (Veuty revision y Herbert i 2 Ordered To Ouil Persia In a belligerent speech Qroteuohl said German unity and a Peace Treaty woulfi be attained despite the Bonn refusal, and hinted that Communists would hold unity talks with v. mans over the head of the Adenauer (jovernmenl. Orrotewohl sixikc in a Soviet Zone Factor) n iSieutedberi u Western Allies awaited the closing of some of the intrrzonal crossing points to Berlin tn a tiahtening ol thr Soviet grip on "Reliable" reports reaching Western Allies said .ill but two or three of UK I El 1-Weal crossing points used by Western Allies to pass through the Soviet Zone to Berlin would be closed. However Allied officials said Iheir latest information indicated that the majority would bv kept open and only a few closed. OroteWOffl'l rejection .asgwas |h Alhnna rque todaj -n Offlrer i'.. %  'A .. ,\ %  „. Uf | . •'ion. Tear In Aaalralia: ll l I iiveu in ~ emmen' AB KDAN Iran, test IV i Iranian Oil Board A trad I the Auglo-lrnnlan Oil Company to country l>>Sunday. %  mitt %  f Jam I nlnaham. A I.O.C "'inn i. Bog Com 1 Shipping U luinioi %  %  i.. withheld toctu *. them. They g bul It was bi II Idai hiu, i-aapi %  • eartura "f five Briti'1 ilng tugs which the Roj 'torn Aba dan hi .1 i>il BnVOf W Av I'll H % %  red to t %  gain t.. Anglo-Iranian oil In .. dlplofl .'H all} tougfa net to Iranian M MostadeKi rajeeted h*. Long u %  proposals for getting new talk• Harriman M Saturday and released tnda% i.. %  I %  %  H 'ii warned thai Moassdef-h's ultll I | days oi get oirt "i lb I) further :iggi.<.ate the alread% i r i %  %  i vision. %  i %  I penai al %  i Hot %  .i dei larntlon t.. ;> 1 i. Italian d.it ••omwii hi I I' Turkey Anil (Greece Will Get Into N ATO OTTAWA, September 19 IJIPLOMATIC SOURCES -said that the North Atlantic Treaty Council would agree to recom mend the admission of Greece and Turkey to thf 12 nation defence pact. They said Denmark plans to inform Ujav 0iil this afternoon that it will go tUong wi>fftls> eVVon> other nations favouring the expah*on of the--^. Keep The Trdopi WAS: Dt. I&. \.|M,M..1 William t .m Wfdnaad *' (Slu'r n u.,.i i -ii ir n e 11,,,%  v on nccui 1 whirh fnnge the eastern Asian i Pechla 1 of Naval 0\ %  Itolh Sides Would Like To Slop Kighling in* HAKK\ rnoi NON) M.W VnllK. Sepl 1H ||] Uu K ,, .. w-i ts Lbat both ssdea *.>uid Ittu llglltlUtf to rli. II Memiwhile ihtind Com%  i | n '-.II,. i.i, „i BIWJ icka. The f had the p rtu I.I.UK in ii.mattai of cs calltn i rl n %  %  i paned tm %  • .! % %  -, ,T < ommunfa i %  for Uv truce tall | %  •I row. but it r OStVtOt %  i %  %  .iting for ithorltii to dV higher a 1 .' In Moi coal % %  Ring, l'l.i\iiii,' Pot Time arhlla tnaj %  from n.i %  %  %  %  ,. %  .!., Lg i %  bet ik ihem down Into n If i lions — on Lay 29. foil I What UM CoMiinunists have i to iih' a large i. iDOUt whi tta rii • demarcation Una i i atarsao Ilia I %  itl when a I I U.N. Bent Off Rod Attacks EIGHTH AitMV IIV. KORI I Sept. lit United v %  i '.. (in Korea Redi •' %  Ij won United Nation •in eastarn h*on' tuti-i .i i tnrtatn > %  < Ma*i %  Ihe Allie.1 tin. u N. tr i.m an 1 1 •i end o* in !! %  .II h>>i. rasarvoli i %  mt .i 1,000 rard UM. Marl lull far %  %  iking thati a i'ii i i"-i t.n ulai %  Hack with fla ran la i r. CominumHls \>k For Meeting <> Inotrui I I In Ott %  %  nagottan of the %  <'. n iK\' IB tot iiin-1 .... i, safcad i il tor ta maeUngi ol liai wm oflV era after I I ,th Kor%  %  the K li uits rum • dh %  i %  i thai ">< C *m%  [gbt da%  United N-i' %  n indei Oenei il %  %  foU .'M,i \ .in % %  I. M.I.I l.i %  turn oon In th<* long Ahi.h began wtlh f charges th.it Unlb n.l.i*. il t] ' K.n Bjong era %  *onduct> td until lti.lv brOSU thrin 00 on August -M I" I*. Ituhy MKKI Feel Up MOSfit* S,' |( i 19 began climbing Ihf pin % %  Moscov :• ,.i sda> t.. pul in plsee a I? Ion i III i Stai on • top i',,.1H ton I tfinple I. ,, I,. completad tn llina tai the Ultra of i52 i' p. CRICKETERS IN B.C. PMta o.r owa -i•-> %  >••.*• %  GEORl %  II i "i tai aid teara %  i,,i id.,.i. inmi Thureda) and Friday and thi %  The "ADVOCATE" pay for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night Quotations Rtfhifled i With latlon i? -hadowii i. UV ,,,,. %  %  , %  %  % %  B0 day narlaag daln %  • % %  •* %  Vi .iiil.Haid.-dlnH.i;. rrsea IK. Ows itsi—ssilisdl %  iWN Si pl li' > %  Wm i Kiiing B myfterl ti % %  b of Jo Oranl one "i %  %  %  iged into i % %  < n dry goodI Ing the night a ghoul I .n-i orate %  i phickad f i • %  : %  %  %  ... . %  •.mien l. KEWtl Fit r*s FOUR YOUTHS—AND A SKELETON i The entry George Bandtford II 2f> in jwterdey'n issus should read Cnarles Bandiford 11 25 .. %  Oar our. ( %  ...r—'~l. Fonr vnotip mi %  mg DavM fotum n, Blnkj nd Patrick Cai i -:--d ihl morning f I utht. sevas they passed La •%  %  iiassed Along a %  wall. PVrirn the skull tame weird sounds, ai and down, up and do %  %  : %  • pear on •: '• %  %  • lull with itgapunr %  vival discovered that her pur— appeared. %  %  %  %  I %  0 I %  U I %  %  I %  i. kuU, whuhf %  % %  %  by. was a bit ol morning %  '.ish the %  %  with hear -use their loatl I %  %  'iem they i compen10 her and FULLY SUGARED WITH A DELIGHTFUL FLAVOUR • EASY TO PREPARF. AND ECONOMICAL TOO') 49^ pe. i\b tin • T. GEDDES GRANT LTD-Agonts



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TIHRSDW SI'tfTMM'R 2" 1 *". 1 BARBADOS ADVOCATK r\'w. FIVE SI I MOW I III % III K 50 Workers Return Home FROM U.S.A. F.FTY BJ badiui i M %  Mr li working in the Sute1**8 Those who left in !•* %  • Gieenldge of tw Ivy. el Set.1. Black Rock. Uone 1 BdgBtU .f m 1'hilip and Ralp'i Advocate I jra in th* %  ..' tlM US Sugiir Co. and fOUOO %  • \ c not lavourabtf %  • bo cants down '" i %  U > A i* June tru>. p Tot ro tu • ho wort .inert yc.'n d.i> CI %  %  Ivai Draytoi >%  I si Philip nld 0 %  %  %  %  ... iv Hi' IW I!..-:. : to l-.naik. llimoi* lo li Combennere Has 115 New Pupils icetdent" Inquiry Rf^udjournoS of .111. Th.inquu. %  %  D the %  Q Hill %  1. .. wiitu | — by LAtfa until next Monday at 2 p.m. (.iiHilM 1 III Nil. AS the dtsiuisrd German prisoner -tarUcs Penelope TI> P.niHnr thiu'dliiil .ind the hi v. \rlhtir llmnplirrv. OttW J he rushed through the Vlciragf drj int-mam %  'See How Th eyRun Has Plenty Fun R> M'KRKY DOI rGL AS -SMITH) THE BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB pnxlui entitled "See How They Run", by Philip King, Emp: %  1 ht li contains plenty ol 11 fun, Including rolling on the carpet, a son %  e :. genuine and bogus, through :i country \t meting .'i oitnottox costume and sometimes in underweai 01 pyjamas, and a hold-up by an 1 Gei man prisoner. %  IM dgj .x'i 1 1:. 1: alley 11 > %  • %  for ihe onb the automatic On* sh ur atofa aioi mmoaL • •! I.1* and Idrti Milli u Sergeant 4 • • I Towan mndc no mlitakoi nl .ti 1 ,\ 41 14IIII* III 1 I Pauline Dowdtni TUP M „i... ., ,, uAi ,h:i '"* r versatility tolly "-'I*';' 1 IIIK n into iindootl d I I I U ...... Land Anns MU rave Michael, on Friday night, Soptaraamusing u the nocked b> high |inki ..1 the ...... AM ,.. i'in Dr. A s Cato who 1 % %  formed ipirlted. young Lano the j.-st morlen examination .m grcal effect in spite ol having -, t „ .'. %  to D The w •.inn in raet we %  an rostarday, irea! laal bettor than the dialog of the plaj II jMl oar' Barrow and others should tooie'il ol llw 1111M .n,| W..IK not vhal told II MDUld be and 1 trunk WO bad dear" hi : after worlan Jor Ihl'W? montha .*!. ht when made was about %  %  made, in%  <-.etvad nothlag bout living whue in the us A., I., hi hud no tomulatnu to that ratpact. What worried him was thai after working w .1 varj little money at times. 'Garden Land' Inquiry •in iii UM %  %  i..,-. ndent ind %  1 n l "' I ouW emberod thai both a k lung Academic Year Changed COMBERMKpl SCHOOL tool school u'-..p-ntHi i>n Tueaday Oi thi i 8 Jiinixi School and U to thai Pfi 1.1 .HI the roll al thi bul tl kcreaaed tirtth trai as many requests have beast received T*hetol rd number n-. Januai y I960 i will ethj aft i boys over Use age i tend When the Advacate Puerto Bice (Ot wlllctl pu iraitanlay Major C Noott. pow he UM a^^ lei was living in•cholartlnp l, (ht iU for aascmblinu and ComnUBBKN [ I BtS and ihcv all Text it. i.k Scheme Idrveea School ha need in the very lari:e volume Ol I : t unei i •MBad in i %  %  illhuu|h the I . etfuUj ha i b omc of thr prieaa to %  i •nil ex i %  cuts A I %  canisan %  % %  i..iing the luncheon n order to %  .(*> with all (he <•• > %  %  naslei has had to cloaa morn caool ..t dUtareal • jJLRpJEI'ffUJ'i m reliability iint durh i. .t Normu'* fueu. %  %  liilo her nose and mouiti .^ S e ha d %  n Ul Ul <>und about one inch lutig „,,!, Mu „ )-iit ahoulrt M With Ml bo rn.ni ear. A stub wounl havo ^cn rather more of the J. S It I> trusted b) ucb Long mi m the vill.ineIan In hoi Inh Hutch %  i Oetafra) Hunt. UM; bone while three Inclsa tonic and mad .. .,.„ ( Inches long Kuzi prisoner. 1 be ruht A sleel band %  A •Inch Incise v ,.. ltd null bruises ... : me leu knee jcrt nf Uu lirnpi(iv ,. rt i... . i md arare %  ''' ll Th %  %  r on the left .mi' end it off, and i ska up i v ' wound one inch long. Theatre Committee to ih> All Ml.is • a/Si loan.i on I... Even if he had done WI-OHR. Which ha had not. II w foi the tm i uda tu lake legal in, He was liil Supei >"• %  nl In HU %  "'"""" •*••• i it* "> ei 1% helming i bei i • ai no body constituted Ul IMI* and UW "nlv man who was prop-ily ed ra Hoyto bi ! %  %  .... I "" '-''""v 1 ." into ul nl Ian and profli by i ou n wrong A| ; .. %  •.-.. i -. % %  .'. rs la rdei Uld hi think Uu .; I at ion praeUee in UM K.nmellv '!i. ere began m January eaoeaga oval to UM tuna no at the pj Una Deparunenl of 'ion .nl into Ooeabarmere ~ nre the tlrt group of .tie., tu the Behool unia 1950 Nona Staff Of the new member* of the Bug Mi A BaaJ) M A Dubi.. I to the school from Becendarj teachins eervm m Si Kittand au P. h A iiuhi. baa eaena tram teaching aervKO m Trlaaaad and Tobago They are assisting in thi leaching of 1-itin and V U Bar I i rbui who has aUw been appointed to the pa k leg ,I!VI .. liutnliei .. %  years of edurattoa adn.. %  in Barbados. He w ill hii eonuibuUon in uu oaunai %  ..'i Work and Appoii %  %  'i %  re Mi %  L Greavea and Mr it E Wilson who h... %  I ft i a Collegi AIU-I. ihcv iiave taken iheli Higher Bebbol I t: w • .i i School where la has lab M Ins llighei School lYit. AJao Liking up an actinR api Mi pj .ink LaahleTi many roan of teach>n| ,t Wealej Hail Boya' school, has just ratoornad troen Toronto where he m.nln.ile.l .Miii the HA. Degree He wffl *harc in the teaching of Spanish In the Upper and Mi.un. Bebooli and aoneral subjects in the HUM sohool Mi %  A. Holder rejoin* 'he l-i-imanenl alaft after U Uuung aJM saai couna .,! Kidi-ion CoUeae. Oa siudy Leave A number of master5 of ('im. in. 1. School are -.till on prn. ngod rtudy leave Among them Mb 1 C i. Drakai u aus to ompletO hU BJSC, degree courav ,1 the Unlvei Ml • Coin at of Uw West Indiea, Jamaica, in the I %  rihcoMiinit academic sc.Mon Mr. H C Brewttai If continuing Incourse a! i^inahlmrouRh Callagai basaaand, artaa tieing .m..irlrd ,. i'ol,.(,i.d I mire SehoIsrshlp "i completion or ha Hist year; Mr. C. I>e V. Moore si Dorham University Is due to spend 1 year uuung the Teacher* DipiOrna sits plating in> do* in Classics w Wkkbam hai )ual ... %  to Snlahea .it I] i" i> n 11 %  ae T110tdod with a fra \ 1 .. pays for %  Luir.ry u hlghlibrary which the boys UUng during II nig pci. home has a rich %  %  %  Mr. i %  %  light %  %  I %  . %  1 Uonnei B %  ard with coi 1 e hitui %  %  ratura to s %  ntrlbuUona t.. the %  II %  Herri College iken in si %  teg ti %  1 .i. 1 1 arnvert fna the U.K. and i I UK %  Juagts e en 1 am s 1 C^dlegje. bru H I, ., pointed He..dnil% %  ted %  nth. e aaa have Mow M 1 K I iiis: WaUasn, General .: UesV tool. S %  sa leave St Michael, („ r U %  %  1 %  of the 9 K. ad] an. 1 Rice, takin %  1 %  1 I Stuai r'riK: • %  B 1 db> Ucsiex Hill Boys' ti We lei Hall Boa %  %  • on pgae • lor, Mr 1 en holding Rev. 1 .' "• D,vl1 %  S. P. C. A. In $pec tor Lectirrrs To Local Inspectors around. Inch long, ten a A %  S-lnctl incise 1 % %  ', the lift thigh :.iui B I ws found in -. roach. Dr Cato said thai death was 1 .mi tin iDjuriH eascrlbed and p^AO.'chiel BJ?.I \ Ing gave a Old thai he Whue .it tne YMi A %  ll ton that the inBJ?.CJ harp detect when sa si I Instrunw 1 %  %  mals in oain (3) S m H H i %  --ti B nt thai he bility foi the niper his animals. Ighi of he.Sergeant Muot the body to i out thai m I \ S CatO the following organic troubles for example in gM %  %  %  : -,: to She appointing h> elect n 1! for 1949 1 %  %  with ihc bye-law. in Uw it wai tm Id no ^ ,raleLod > .Nl MAJORC F TORmoating could have bcei, ,vemd l brtnx out hii 1 i. n %  1 were rneml a "f "he t hi .>ti.in Mission • iol tinOOgU in the nil I orne by the pUlntiiTs." Mr Reeei 1 'ended u .online hmiMlf entin-U Igg %  f bra which a is involved m the issue and 01,. gj ,' with -II< M "l were to the point. iiis Brat petal was that oni> Mission wsa 1 eorHe said loon tether under the Act The ,. .cepl by autWttl "' '" %  'I' %  Clu "" 1 .,, Mimmoneu for one pujpoae %  %  : .1 Dfli purpose only I tiioi 11 9 1 1 1 \ li pector couM not n,entn>nec 1 'anuarv [h (| 9 m( mbm „,„,,,. ,,„ ,run ded then to >nd „„.,,. ... *1 bers on the I1.NI a minutes for January mPnl lhe|1 and lha Wfiu|d „.,„, 15, 15*For LoBgwg/e PORTY SIX-YEAR-OLD Jos%  . IMI Jhev could ii'i' mis. Rev. Hovte "' ,h "* : Managemenl did net ,i.e.. so everythlni ihei iuld INillegal M ..!.,„; Meet %  %  Mr Meee inainlainul Section 2 of aba Ael lid that ua % %  %  ,,| 11 l' r A. work asked him by II %  I AZ~\ At *xvi.rl1*v wm tli .. 1jU,l n.J. . between us %  _i_ n.i.' L>I J fie*'11 vi 1 01 uie '*' U pecforijittendlng tl Engineer's Widow Gets 81 800 Compensation >.taln that ben no i %  %  the Corporate Bod .p-i n. %  > %  rery prtA nd. He would nibmll hi lent had in ight normally to attend th meeting He would baa lltHtlVf. had sought He would say eventualK thi I IhC mi-etins on Jam,..: f.l.'.Mr Ward had given the moa rslM one and so was the -w be said tl 11 on January 26 weiict, J oununent of the one on Jas 11 f % %  :rti around the is B was no aucJUOe 1 I aaung arhen DOIii on July IS h Ing, was from a ladder anil dieo i-f iiijun • 11 Sl.ai"J compensation by H 1-unseat threiThe Judge ordered 5ion to this month. I nU or $15 per month Coding's wages at f %  ing Co. St his death % %  • to be n .. 10 the employ of per month %  ...w and then m On fagr K You'll turn your family into angels, too! I11-1 -*.l Hnlil ll. 1 I.'I "• r-lill—..r.(S..mi.,.m \** • I t.-MkN-M of Rural Ofc^^. PiMUtekr. laeyll ^sa-Sil ASTHMA How to ease the stmin in 30 seconds! W.*H1'.N vhoklni Aiihma nukes you ^* Saip lot bCfSSS, %  >"' ll|lllseMI lahlri ilippcd in ihr moulh eSSCI the luun qiiully and clfrviivclv Kcincmbcr. n u (lit* ifjoi on die tyntrtn whKh OBBaUnStal the tiiggrst danger hnn Anhma I I pbaSBBI OBBaaaa •everal healing agrnn whufi duvilvc ihe lifanaling. lerni Udiii aounuil.iti.nl. m ihc broBChisI rubei jrij a dui *v peoaaMei eaayi nermtl breathing, i *i unpic ii-i' NoUUng to bUattj asdUBg i" IU'I.:N.I m.itt hoa nratUf oj aaisperaadlf iha mad %  I %  %  Poi rapid i iti .. < -i.nii, alwifi hrcp %  mpr.Lv o| I phal n IsbS ti I• !y f OB ASTHMA ft ND BRONCHITIS TAKE dlJJ^V/ris <^ taMafal %  . ifanyCifaNriy iniiu < IJYf!l 8OVIII0. <> Vasa* t. | Ssi '. C'ljfttovii. VV'//V/f'''Vf>W' < f V' ithei loud i i %  % %  : tt' S 's very oftiin a little .old ; btoi Watermofon, Mu 'J Ion, Vegetable Msrn | Turnip Leak Bountiful ;* I Bean ftrlnglsss ;* ntepearagan, Eli I ; Red gahrts %  %  I i lold Phloa, Carnatten, Bel J; I ' 1 J Ailer. & I' 5 : ; i jj Alien iieilectad leadon to vsry lerioncon-aqunices ritonlUus even In daath. At the flnt tig. of a cold e your Doctor llien iiring the pi. i' ii.ili.iUly lo KNIGHTS DISK. SHIKKS ACCURATE DISPENSING i FOR QUICK & .Must p. ..th i ocnaura esaslli IPS} M. CHI I ON I I '..,%  I % %  %  SKIN CBEAM 'i UM iirBonsltivo Skin which cannot h oils. i.rpsTicKS ROUGI %  %  hades" the sreatest %  and (1| R Natch twelve a %  1>" ku BWCI IHAlllllilinii I.Ill —Hud ol ro.lSlr..l TERESE BEAUTY SALON Mafl 5038 %  % % % % % % % %  Irri'i-M/.' | FRESH SHIPMENT Ol! IMIIIW CHOWS ALSO 1 CHICK 11 lll US -II. Jason Jones & Co.. Lld.-Dittributor.. a %  a %  %  an a a %  %  %  LIBERTY BED SPREADS A select lew of Lib.'/* Fires! 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PAGI HUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE IlllRMlU -I f'TTMBKR 20. 19.-.I rrtMWd br *k A B ta*w r. n.i4 IL. Rrlt|>a:mi claim io be th Scpl.-nitu LOCAL GOVERNMENT THE bill to make ptov rurnt in this island in ;..cnrdancc with :; W lo the I%  %  .] i-xpectaii.ni is thai %  will bt' discussed and passed •he currenl session The bill eontains I4fl sections and 8 schedules >i mm mfeoded to discuss the I tin' bill iiM-lf but It dOI that VUCh I voluminous bill of bould be presented lo the House al this time with the wrave i>ility thai it will be lost at the end of the session because of inconclusive debate < f its provisions. The mih public pronouncement as to the date ut the i n thai made by Mr. Adam some weeks ago, that the session might end about the middle of November. This has QOt been Otb*fl confirmee! Ol dented but jwl. taken ->s ofBcieJ. If thfl | r; should end IN Novaml Off thOffO will have been only two months during which lo finish Ofl tho Order Paper containing tome Importanl measures. An altern;itive proposition of %  ting e Further extension ol tho until January would hardly be count* ntncad by the electorate This however is not likely because of the strenuous efforts now being mada by the Government lo have the election tnaenlnary wall %  > n I and ready for action bj the end ol the session The present nbi in in December : foi two vetai • t,i. i I j ..n ad which added one < si i time to Deed 1901. If this official date Is accepted, which would mean sn Ignoring ol the date given y ati Adams, then there would be three months during which to dispose ol the bills down t'.i discussion. Thai includes the laical Govarnmenl BUI and thai for dividing the %  i I CtSfOff the purpose ol Public Health administration. If the new bill is to be disposed of before the end of the Session it mitfht mean that the House will have to hold extra meetings. The issm s Involved in this bill are not such VOUld permit formal diSOUSSlOn .md passim; of any except the title section The 1 t|„. new form of local eminent by meexi! o! district councils Sftftd ih„i tU stponine, the bill until next session In any ease, this is not the time lo be tinkering with so Important s measure and having II lost si the end of the legislative session. TtlO is ili l.i w HI r of n .irmani' nl lo impress Ratals! with the tiunpTs. Stalin dovs not nun at war. hut thorv is a danger lu> nil I fait into it. THE RIGHT HON. ANEURIN BBVJHN && in his second report, of his heo-day talk with Marshal Tito. THE YUfOSlaVI -re %  goodlooking people courage*" i v r Josip Broz Tito i* In nil incur" respect* nvresent.it!'..Hut il was not necessary la go IVla for thai kind Ol I Information All the world knows .iugr was SUi • %  reunion* duntig uM war. and Mi „, tabll ftiad by im break %  t 'nion. %  %  and Was iho Tito of to-day. opI from an ll I it ion, paat %  %  irrnui with life' %  %  Mine i.. n HSS si leaal ri of in fervour for th,. K<4i will ..r tti. Ho %  did he envisage the future ratintry r %  %  . break with Russia on lloiisnlral ksatton ratlsol hj < ksnUAUUSl pnn.iii iinnjiimitivc new . Iv.uu> %  ight There is the short and the loin PW. On the short new 11 is 0 deter any possible aggressor. %  1 his he placed his reliance on th" I'mted Nations. But being u\ the he id Of Sll i"*onomicul]> backward 1 tmlitji' t,it the at aw in tin' aaaaw contact Ma natlona impress then .* ,,1-A.l, satMna tn.it %  1 Staling lihifT B BUM i"' Ru 4 ta pi claiming lo 1'be rrtan I of 1 hunan and the lion of Yu %  aklnj aril Russia h;id eaUad the bhil.. OBI M arrjcfl I I Mil I! VI It \ A MAN Yunsti % %  is BufBiptuui T'i maka Kti pooiv %  ntly iiir Wct. to bund inlei of tb under-da was also enntnbuting to affactiV f hit eotiaai v ,-.... wUm Md my* very • th€, inttwir uvi poUtrfsl mlafortune. el eockptl (of a jet fighter plane in battle more than |] irit'tul df loe |MMr. ., ( ,,.,, ,. ( artn and missed the pilot would be Ml Experts say he wouldn't. They say he would die in a fraction of a second. His blood would boil and but for the strenRth ol ms skin he would disappear in a cloud of steam. Bvary day Britain's jets fly faster and climb higher. They whisk men to ihe SUbltratOS In the time it takes to fill and light a pipe. bod* Mead < faa The answer may be, found in the labors-1 ton.s of ihe t o p secret Institute of Aviation Medicine at Farnborou*;h. Hants, where the H A F 's medical "boffins" experiment ceaselessly to fit the pilot physically and mentally to the new j>'i aj i 1 On the eve of this week's Karnborough Air Show, when Britain's latest jet fighters and bombers flash overhead at around the speed I s<|uadron-Leader F. Latham, one of the "bolTins." has disclosed to the Manchestei Uedlcal School some of the p'rob letns of siipi'isoiur RI i CULL INS* i DESK and POCKf.T DIARIES l.~2 S Now Available at I ADVOCATE VI A 1 IOM 111 See U8 for the following . OMfBi Tire — H". .". 1W" >"' FITTINGS GALVANISED TITK " GALVANISED BENDS — J". H", 1M" GALVANISED SOCKETS — !(". M m GALVANISED REDl'CERS — \W U GALVANISED I'NIONg — W. %' GALVANISED 1 I I -II PIPES CAST IRON CISTERNS W.C. PANS — "PTRAPS CORNER BASINS wllh Pednlala >,' %  — '.'' lo T WILKINSON & HAYNES CO, LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. 'Phones : 4472 & 4687 — BKCKWITH STORKS Than >va s a great deal rnnt %  %  ify. MI .iff itom Opal idyllic utrtan aeaaide raaoti where lolldarlaai In spend two days with tha M i i U i Sn fake auslerilx %  uid ii'ii inllghCaat difficulty Hboui or. Th.-re would lrr .. palaca ravolutton.' 1 W had %  plai ml Uma rhjw ... utuUoo iari Uul M u lu n o k jjL u u v bnu l ;i ;i unma noma on iba auaad .,,..„. ( ,. i, mi • %  I ., uni , M1 WM '* t'mc being pratatiUoui In neigrade n r TI,.-I,in Dumeei al man %  lovata mountain nusajs .,.,,,„„, !u ,.. ,.„„ ,.->. ina asasai Ihi dipI i | DUtstand,, ihe Jui' n Alp arbei thar aummet monlhi. th,|.i. hu|n AJtloMmdaf Rankovlc, h .,nw> n rKl ' ' '" %  %  nlatei I li l4oi Mi ird K..r>o-rni.l" — When v.* asked hln I I saw any proapeei .>i 'Ti' velopina In oil %  i I'xamplr, h" n i use %  Each nati %  i k oui a solution* ol %  1 ii in tern.' 'f i Un terms Ol Its 0 i i '.iioitwm. and ..iiat i mj In unpofie :i uniform pattern up blfrerant i hri ould he Ihe en lUon <>r a burani ^huli WOI|ld ." i '"K'y lvil ,t,, i ) .,: Him nil ut them ol Foreign AIT ,....-. • %  > i nit %  ll Yuggslnviii Brlonl U i cUlfarent ast-un snComn ,: ' '" Wilss. Mlnhad i' adopl ire irmporary ..,,.| S ;..., hk ,. ,,,,,,. ., ,.,, v. %  out Portfolio ind Moshe a emulna paople'i democrat atom l i,| i on the beach open Pljsde Vke-Pn %  Pn kJiboing built u| n hh ountrj i %  i la and fumum. And Uwrearei racy of politiri .bed with [iiiiin woodi bo bee* ground coining on ronns but one that tsbtai sad woodi %  Foi n Tnai rti.ik.^ .ID iiif.inii.il outdoor dm' ,,, l '"* hut room hut ll h si %  i" 1 • nd "codemli ,i,.,.. . s of jhp p,.^. [ norr, their hearts. Black-outs and even uncj athlng of the flavour ol a par['< %  "• % %  \ %  init also thei wortahop i otumess may follow TAKE KISKS Squadrcn-Leader i^lham is a doctor and a] Bachelor of Science. Most of his colleagues; have similar qualifications. Many are jet pilots who fly their own planes, using themselves to test their th* They experiment in pressure chambers which reproduce artificially the conditions high-speed pilots lind at extreme heights. Sometimes the "bofllns" deliberately go beyomj the known safety limits so that some future airman may have a better chance of surviving an air battle or mechanical failure What are the problems that L.atham and 'us 1 rolleagues must solve? He has told the meditudentg that while a jet crew are flying hi and level, enclosed in an insulated cabin, speed and height do not affect them. But when a warplane is in action there may Intwists and turns. These violent changes of direction produce forces which press the crew is what ha iinpany headquarter*. I i i DM company ratru i than the mrroundi n ga lhat gave this aunoapheral Th.it could u ba, hM avoryone "i Uie don Issue of remote ami a i'h. Marshal has sot the v si and iIn i xceuent health, si i have ovoi %  re laon to knon K. n '? ,hp 'T 1 "? 1 u "" "' th,t p,, ul i 'I'lplessly into their seats and drain the blood naptlon und embracing not only 111 which Ihey i un tholl livi I am Uv IWUnm" i ii Tito iexpert When wi want ..„. baihlnfl IOWUK I Tii.. i... .>.!' %  fable, u gh now kadlna member. %  ""' Tiari 'he mmninrrM' I P0"* "" ,,nt *<** rvarywnar. i ties wiih him, tiie ihraa "i ttw d ni> discomfiture i DC] wen sll dl rt had bean si TOo'i side aaplalnad the) Ihora is from Hart to llnish of his military differ.-m a In i Thr> aaeh knew tho '""' limits of tinothers' %  character si ss Important %  factor m li .lulluiK the problem* f panel 1 of war. this rJvai Tito %  olid ground to twtkl on ft knou men. ill thitli.• rVdiisne snd Hasrnlns in a Welsh mountain pond about a thousand fee' .bove aa^ lev. i. undoi a 11' ud) ky, smldi I in.tu) ci ol dead dogs and cats. When i said this lbs Marshai laughed heartily and promise that if 1 staved a little lender he would soon la leh me ta 11 I don*t thmk that I can be call I bat ,. i have always been sceptic d nbcii ao-callod "groat men" The gre '• oem nf ai**i>' tftii i% nrli',1 I producl %  ( Ihe onVe thai rather thai Hut thai is not the • I i TU... He is one id tin li whose reputation b greater ntti" personal contact than before. His mind U extr niroi lai ,; %  direct. Alttiough a trained Marxist, he uses little of the )STgOn w.' which Communist convi tends to he weighed down He li obvlouab ossii illatad Its pi Inci %  | iv made lhant %  therefore, talfc Imi thei mi mistaking the deWOTi ,ii' T ,i„., toae %  swimmsr sa ha was hbnaell Acand directly to his peopL talking and' |0lnng, aimilBg and niall) 1 VOTS BMldl fnlOfad S ng 0* :..n.:i...tfe USina the t e, nu on terms ol equality ho rwn live* and the ilooiranu. wWah od ,„. ,,,,. mlghl fjJJ^-J'J, J* l ?JS""i f"S 'V," "SKSS? '—• hesn that S man twant) of ;..,? %  %  i> inlls nghUng .unacr A^ Ihev taltwd of meldenls m" I %  m i,.. . ,v ,tl, the imprcasio.l whim many who wen-dear to ( nul issues dial >.• of the great sad losl thenUvi hialcarly o> %  piastni asii brothers, sons, friends, a Wistful : ll. ail] MM SUOw erallon i t heir not % %  ide i pawn in .. %  ;, t! %  %  Cir.n !'' r I een spent on a com• His successor parati-'olv small llae compare I with she to* um proi kh d tinProsi It was clear thai hOTO W1S 00 .The YU e Icejilv ,(,.,,, (lf tlu United St Ii personal Ivrant with n chasm set outraged I .M-handed prbne MlniSl i of QrOat Brltsl i m hhnsoll ,md tin*, who treotmonl Thoroforo Ehoy will and tho hood of tho other Wastsorvodhbn. They worn colleagues co-oi its in any International ,,, Bute Nevertheless, ha gave loKi'lhcr. shiirmu an immeiliatel> negotiation onl> un terms of D„. impression that hOWOVOI bl past and now enK.i|ied fadBI the (KTIIOUS present. aou Ut> Tito dOCI IHM think thai There oje pktursa snd photosuns ol ganoral war. Bui ho does ,.i ; %  ol Pit. -.1 %  \ %  s " ugo i Us I ncer of her fallw, wore InterarMd to nnd ui lag Into It Therafon hi arhothoi tin HnpUod psfsonal fsvourofr to 1"-' point of asi %  delflcnuun as u Ihe esas with H NSturslly in When wo discussed this with hfai sw bou In hie \i*w* md m.b frfendi Ihej |usl laufhod Tito coincided u He sra holds an unssssliable position In quite Ihe tho affection as WOll BS the %  %  II %  OUld not overlay rr n personality. 1 could see no cvidetic 1 IhO "I SOsam" of which th, i hun. Our IUSUII is Say: /'/if r.h-mvnUir\ laWCAaSsJ Svrvivv IhS Adeocale SIR,—Itecopl i svisthlng drastic Uttng happsno, human nature m some orgaiiwanona re. | | by the crli trtovtncoa of Its members rs In tores tod The st. Thomas' ope hut eeni failure baa causosj much conga! ittat ban which om hopei will emi eftar this lettei I 4 ll ere li a-, much io be said for it as against It BjOt w.-ll" in the St rvice bi ovl tao hi s illy something t m ixd %  % %  and done miickly to prevent thii u bad to worse For the mnsi part on* raads criticisms Uonipl al offering nn v wrtution. There is always Od icmedy to every d Ihey who BOO) .ild offer a BOUTl An AssociHtion ll not %  Imply bocauot "fear" Lo sot, In l>uttini* the observations ar.d requisBarbados could n ssy tearlossly u ha.-. ". ptwotlgo itton With sVdMon now. we should, and could regain and maintain our fonratr prestige: but 0 Ol the princioal cause* WattOf] need imlant %  I ild Teachers and 2. the I Li. tars and too tho Modern PSrenl To bagJo wtth the • >ld Teacher*. i In computing s Wow Belhave wltl ton, placed and kepi Barbsdoa ahead in Kdaftoi workina [or oV,r %  their good work' are Utnoreil und ba putting thent to beadn nlmum, t" spend sn dung t,, %  osaarthwhUc in th. racaive two-flftf or live doiiaia a month'' Those WhO bore UM "only t"i cample* .md 'supjustice a hundred time* And wtth thonos BOl >UP it H i-"' ibat In "NK YKAH for a teacher to lump five t recnantauj to t..ii Minimum. -., m i\ vears one i.in ^.-t what another will have indSg the fllteen, even twenlf raars now t obtain Is this ,„,t suftfrient to .nel In murmur, to frteve, to stt a %  I plan; but tho <><"•* srh> boured for HftOan to iwentj rears bass passed Erdisto n minimum long ago snd should lie fsvoui b %  '.,. RawUtos arho Mfforod gruel" liiiK days were Work your New Bs] .,, with this smendmont lhat niy % %  who by April 1948 hSVi ttca the pro maximum (or mum i.t • %  %  %  lot! %  %  rorego h It i ntel but forego any rathor than delay, make the Inciement.il I %  [ or U,C iist thire vean und pej those on tinpre-maxlmum I %  %  U %  nature ol their horculoar t.isk. too much %  on tin-. k ieti is on the | %  ..I these old teachers—teacher.. -.,,. ,.. tact of "itettin^ [1 through to the I to do tab wall hers must %  %  %  Work nd this rate front nOJtt month or as take a y*oi or six months. The looenr th> delay tho rurthi tha ladde c step educationally win lab a 6 li. show its WOCth, and with thOBC old te.uheis canv OIK on and giving of then IH-SI Ftdiston has .verv bettor chance l^t us regain Education, we have the material Othet Islands will sladlj claim oui ro go down while othan go u| M Adamses. Holders. ,nd B can still spring from Bartssdo We lead, in evei Dm %  18 9.51 SNE-JO. Ami always there is the peril that a bullet 'vill hieak D|en the pressure cabin and exi emw to the thin, lethal air mile* Ihe earth, gqundronLeader Latham explains Uinl nii "Above fiO.OOO feet a pilot suddenly exposwl will slwsys hsve ! seconds of consctousneuj in which to escape and get down to safe: region! Above ftS.OOO feet the atmosphere J,I ,ijrc is an low that the pilot's blood would !..il." %  t hazard the "boffins" ore invcstigalii.t, is the amount of "G"—gravity— the human Lody enn stand. Whe.i an sirplsii turns, 'he crew are pressed to one side ; n the %  as ;i rnotorist curnerinc at spe.?d. ::i jet machines this pressure is so great thai n is measured jn terms of "Ci." Thu.s under a force of 90 the weight of a pilot's body is increased three limes. 5G FORCE La He i disclosed that the average pilot in the seated position can withstand forces ol 5G lasting for five seconds without blackiti;' oui Anti-G suits designed by the R.A.F physiologists help to maintain the normal circula' (ion of blood and prevent blackouts at eveii i stresses. These suits automatical', inflate and compress the pilot's lower limbs and abdomen, assisting the return of blood i to Ihe heart. But Ihe suits have their limitations. If I rnsuKsnivrag are expected at high speed th* •nay haw to lie Hat on his face as he | i withstand forces up to 12c; In this position, S(|uadron-I.eader Latham declares that In circumstances "Support has to be given to all parts of the body, especially the head, and it is even difficult to keep the eyelids op-11 theb Wi I [hi n.muses twelvefold." irfcel ssppeaj irh. 1 ><, fi m f„,l^ ., i %  epirsoasc >;>-"'>.' The sudden braking i-tTect would be alnn ^! %  quivalenl to %  crash landing. 1 If aircraft ever travel at 1.000 m.p.h. man would probably he unable to operate the controls fast enough. His nbrvous system would lag behind, snd would have to be augmentby automatic devices. "Carried to the extreme." says La than, this would amount to a completely automatic ami aft under ground radio control, with the pilot taking over only at low speed or in sney." Although problems of the new jet age sn beshl COnsUntly solved, R.AF. medical spe> eialists are now wondering if man's en ing skill has out-stripped the strength of nil body They believe he may be going to. 'i himself. Squadron-Leadei Latham concludes: "In the last 30 years aucraft speeds have increased sixfold, and il would appear that man's tolerance is about to be exceeded. "Mus' A, n iw Wall f"r evolution to catch — LAS. mm mn AND THE BEST BUYS TOO!! JAMS CRYSTALS PEAS By Wm. P. HARTLEY Ltd. NO AODATIVKS Onl* FRl'lT and SIT.AH BST Obliinable at nil Grocer* N onFi c E OIK DRY GOODS DEPAIUMtM WILL Br. CLOSLD FOR STOCK TAKING — ON — WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 26th 271b and FRIDAY 28th As he wsved u* lood-nys oe .. Iilile i-i: %  1 ipraa sd the opinion th t verj much .1 man. WOULD COPYRIGHT USERVED -Its ft**—pi>n in ff ft* sAnnn.ty if II SIIMIS'1*1 Jftl/i tfsKJftts Our Customers are asked to arrange their Shopping Accordingly. • UA COSYA to CO. %  III. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT VMS !/!!# '/ ihrder In-day from G ODD A RD'S per tin. lb and : %  %  FINE LIQUEURS I hcrr> llrand' I'cjch Br-nd% I'runlor Brand> tlrtjicwtey Brjndv Maticl Brandy Ylellr Can < ursco CrSSSS de C'aro Kummcl Whic Wine Kcd Wines (•urdon's Gin. S^ndrman'o Ciln Ollbey's OSS ajtoer Kina Gin Sloe Gin



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CaJiib QaUinq IIAKHADOS ADVOCATL Till RsllW si I'll Mill B M 1*51 K.K.I. Itailin I'n^ranwi' K O V 1 D All girl cruise •aw* To Witness Cricket Games D lt l 1 w.utn PJLO Christ Church, and Mr E C "Teddy" Juna*. Proprietor of U Barbados Dairies, went out on the ,., ; 30 flitht artth U Tor British Guiana ) I %  .. i imi i "ElrtUah Cuiana and Bfl oadot %  Al*> U-aviiiH for British (Guiana Charttl Taylor am YvoflM CSMTtlllho <>t the staff of .,(. Bros the [) %  iNiviiif %  holiday vUit tn het home ( Mis Ben Hoytn • f UsjsMrvlIk I lltvllli Vr, City Accountant For B.C. M'!, J W p HARK! vtstT to thr Comptroller lei vvlopmrnl and Welfare, left bados yatt*rdav evcninf, (or Washington vtJ Trinidad by B.W I.A. to attend the Annual Merlin, Regional Committee of the World HdlOr| intutlon for the Dr. H-uKin at the meet in* b Mr J I' O'Mahonf. DirsefaM of Medical ServiresJBho nho lef.ml Dr.fc W. Fl'/mam Director <>f Meriiral tWvlM Jamaica. The meetina opens on Beptem.-..< closes on f> I With Barclays Bank M b aJfTHUlO MccOAfffc. son ol Mi. sod Mi ' %  i nri.-i > ;.n inn lo in II yesterday VVIIIIIIK l>> B i.A altar spcrniinjt live wens' holiaay wiUl hm i Anthony, ,v Georgetown, Architect Returns M K. B. |*RASKr1 RKEK I dent Partner in the We^t Indies ol Vaesrs. Welkins and Partners, architectD| I Wees, inflsss, n tin:>i i to %  %  vvcmni by H W.I A afb a holiday. ||r was by his inUi ler. they wan -taylnn at the Ocean \ .it I % % % % % %  • " %  •II (> r. Mills. i.n.u —*—Baf*fBUl BroLfht Children to school \i, Mill? I It. WiHADLEY, plantar of St „ 1M . m ,.,.,,„.. .,** ,,, was seconded from OK '" rss£ GneM House. L.E8 -helpful A., mpanylng then *fen their son Bruce, who has returned t<> for I hree Weeks ihel^xlue School, their daughter. I N BARBADOS foe three, %  ski Mi. Mill* took a gre.it I S ll> ;in"d their niece. Germainr. M. holiday are Mr. and Mis In • smonjj who will be rnlenng CodrhiRton Arthur In tbST things, he was rSS| High School TbOj mlnsj for arranging cricket matches beM.P. Leaves For Trinidad * B.G Airways and are staytna lereen the M AN LENNOX-BOYD. "<"' M %  '*? Harold Nev in frtctartt i ila", Hastings. "S bnjoyinf Holiday m^sj ie B M-KND 11 10 p ID %  | %  "i InII Slat Fill **• r r*h t 11 p.m. p m I • • W .. 1 .%  Tdaya •li* M it M at Eau 2 shows TO-DAY LSI mi HI 0 imbia All Action Double WARNER BAXTER in STATE &BNWTEIVTMAMY T>* NT 10 ( %  pm r %  M H'lilf'l-.tlH. S f* I, 10 00 V m T*# i, .J. 10 IS P New. I .i Moray n tr.ll.,.1* i • I'KlXiRAtniE l"i RSDAT, W-pi m. Ifftl p m — !• S* p.m NEWS to at pm THI~ wm i: M i 1 1 it i: W//.17 LAUGHTER LAST MCI// tl GENE Al'TRY. AND KING OF THE COWBOYS # v#>/1 v # i mmwTOMi ITS ACTION AS YOl l-IKK IT. M. %  %  M B 11 BOHMl .imt., tft fa Briuth % %  [ .i> sftsraooi W I A tn s[>end about •ski MUdaj WhUs thi • will wttnest the intinolonial i TKkct gam itwei nd Barbados. lo Cover Cricket Tour M HOS Ol'I'IN Bpo tor of the Barbados AdvoI > '• rda) .iHetnoon by I IIOSSUOHIF KW.I.A. f for Liaison Officer R ETUItMNi tit a M" ALAN I.KNNOX-IUVI). %  %  ChairmSrl <.f the Const l\.ri li Affaii I tft for Trintdi Indian studonl and F.iik'li>li and t'n: rio kit teams pvtnbtf by li.W.I.A. to continue his lour pf the WtSt 1 Hi was accompanied by Major Eric pcatty Attended Daughter's Wedding fit QURNKY OHENT ManAIIIMHH by the sin ne flight (nan 1,B %  % %  %  itig three srsofcs* nn Sunday holiday bin sin U -laying with Nelson f t Maxwell B.G. Businessman i the ROyal 11. ink M" M lt A 1) HACK. I Oovcrma "i %  ng Director of n.uk ant Of the Shlpptni ,.-le Store in lintish (;m. HI. i iii rnont of Arehei Cos] i)-i->t_ In ., %  i %  b 3 it<: monl irrived here ii. u..B M.S. Ldy stunt holi> fork t> (Juiana was intransit on Mondl Octobei 1. .t I pm. In the S.S. (iolftU fron Knuhind I where he had SBtnl u holiday. Inoluds tasty refieshments. A bar C\it "r,,,,;,),^ "'" '"' "i"" '" provide drinks at Off tO Iriimi.Kl AND Mlts. BASIL AH brldgi players are asked to BROOKS, who were married make up tables and su beio at Si Patrick., lie Churcl %  rthj i isc Phon< Mrs H W I Saturday lef) foi Trinidad bj ruckci sj :(430 and make sure of RW.I.A. on Tuesday AMERICAN COLUMN ALASKA'S new gold rush is on—wdh chorus mrls racing for gJ a week In niKblclubs there, compared With the C17 10s. average an Braadwai Alaska hi men and the woman shortase has bean auwla worse by the arrival of thousands of wsU-patd BOLIDA1 SHOPPI RS SHOPS closed tndnv f.. : N,. u York's Ssjptsrnbei Dank Holiday, so some men. Ullnkjng this was an ideal H Shop|iing*' day. gof into one bit store by a back window Police asw them and followed them in—but tonight •ire still hunliiiR (hem through the vast nins*Aooi building. UNFROZEN SOUTH Missive. 121 leebergs from the North Atlantic And who care*' Not the International Ice Patrol, ntyhiii'l b) the fart thai %  a onl) flva beri south of the 48th towards the shipping i. main t *r %  /max. /m ltwl ,„ 1,4. I.IMMIV A IS/ON* 1BA1I. • lAI.IIOtlll ^ — niiKao LAST t SSJOn ' ua P.M WAMNIl v si I l M \ | MI ACTION I'ACKH) IXlUBl-f.' BACKFIRE" & "SUGARFOOT" M A S ., C *'iPI..'lL Twhnlwldt i. %  riAHK % % %  "— %  — nu.iiM A .jia,„\i 4 Tir.Tm:irK iH Mai KIIKIS S llllt II R t >l*it RYAN svenga 1SI Most likely explanatu ihnormalls high lea teiniK* I .. aub An tk ITS ALWAYS JOK . COatMl MST h to rU > n.i a ban thai there i erviei igenl In theta n -i leard i< otn an old filend in R< '% %  .i Is II n dam is su. ,-litoi. i thai tinI.I i though in't a ("omnium Lithuania in place of would Indleah i IK IWO MINDfl . PAY row penny, take youi %  hi.ire u a f e n < • Charles W Ing pi ices. Down tb' street tinDepartment < I AgTieulture was putting out .. bulletin forecasting biggei Killing*, ample ppltei MI prii pork. I'L.MSA OlffTlN Dial i" III \T Ih, li\Ml j. TAMXA* t Ska Waasai -* I OHH4M ** IMi VI Rupert and the Sorcerer — 27 I i. me • Khoa icB h %  %  %  > %  bwi i H %  ihien. in| IO hrid fir*, iwo ihf thitk undjr%ro* %  local. H( caa nsai in*. b t nan i | ihtl h.m, bui hi : 1 h* >( on ih groi %  %  Kup^n. I. SI LTV THE GARDEN — ST. MMB tii.itnv i GLOBE TO-DAY 1.45 nil h 15 p.m. cLjftt Sln>>) •SITTINO rUITT(CLIFFTON WKOTI) — AND — •Tilt OITBII.K-. (JOEL MC CREA) Opening to-morrow 5 & 8.15 p.m. id FRANK .IAMK.S THE RAW. ROARING. ROUGH SHOD STORY OF AMERICAS MOST DESPERATE OUTLAWS.' THE GREAT ?.\\\\ MISSOURI: RAID .Wendell COREY Tk Mncdonald an CAREY HiMI-lrnKWll HMIUK-lairail Ward BOND %  rKi:iiNU".oum with THE YOUNGER HROTHKHS "5 MFA \Ci\l\ST 500" I (M \i. I til vi t)N PAMAOI EXCELLENT VALUES Heavy Quality Aluminium Smirrp.m* With lieul prool handle 3 Stae $ 4.7:i. S5.15. $6.:in Kelllcs I & I PU, S1.56—$3.07 Miii'ir. 2.:iS_S:i.4G Lavatory Brushes .77 Hand Hi ..inn-. .7:1 Cafe Ware in Brawn & Black Sizes 1 ti. H cups Tea Pall 7 11c—|IH I..flee Poll $1.01—$1.Ill Milk Jiigi 62c.—SI.19 Sugars 5c. (.illee Mills SI.M--Mli.3x .'-'.'.'.'^•.*****.'**.>'.V.^'**.W. Make it COOI. VACATION WITH ,;i..,--nu'i Ji-. T'dad OianiiF a CWaurlrull JuiOO. TdW a|>|ilr Jiil<. Ilnli'iui 11n•wr JuM BUvorloaf I I Aprlrol.. Cm-MS Kialt Mw-ronl Ol-l. Ilrliw Vrfrtablf gtMp Oicaen Soup. Robertaon-a Mrin.. lade. Bohr-ti-.n a R.ia|4M-fi Jum. CI.LV.'I. traWl>r-T 1 Sr. t:. f li. JHI> T. R. EVANS & %\ III I I III .US DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 STUART & SAMPSON (1938) LTD. Headquarter* for It. -t Runt liHOUNSi. Mf \ I II (II II i l.\i;>IA Membc.Only' Till:tt. I TTMJE Of-' TttK t KXTI HV Ten Snumhinti llonml... Ili::lili::lii. in Sh.w Motion 1 31 ELiJSBSi SUGAR RAT TURPIN ROBINSON WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP OFFICIAL FIOHT FILMS t. ,%T PLAZA CINEMAS OPENING TOMOBBOW (KRIDAYI MST IIIIIIM.I-row v.. nisi l.\ ... I M i I and 8 30 p m. aad ConUnulng 4.45 alKl 8 :*.. -. • %  Mon.. Tj^s.. & Wtd, 1 : %  : 1.15; 4.15 and 8.30 p in Aho: Thr Action Kcilurr: tV:V?^ LARAINF DA'. ; ROBERT RYAN.' JOHN AGAR | IHOHiS GOMli %  IINIS Clllit %  hanol It laj I ami • I mil IT MHII : %  ] %  : VIM 'II It Cli M InM I" %  >• 1 .: 1.1 Alao:—Tlif Short: SPOOKY UOOKV LSMM BRROL 1.3(1 and SJt p.in. und < MIII id.. I'.til, \K > Thr DaatWa Rill BEAT THt BAND with Frances LANGFORD Ralph EDWARDS i,. ii. KRUPA and Ins Orchestra; and TAIIZAN AND THE HtiNTBESS Johnn) WEISMl'I.I.ER Brand JOYCE Johnnv SHKPF1BLD CHEETA nun >oi ass nnHll.xKHH S COMBO} "SEE HOW THEY RUN" BY BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB BOX OFFICF OPEN DAILY llrchcslru & Boxes $1.50; Circle $1,211; llouw 72c. Balcony 4Kc. From X a.m. lo 12 noon and 1.311 p.m. lo 3.30 p.m. Ill "IK NOW ! ALL SEATS RESERVED MATINEE FRIDAY 4.45 p.m. OPKNINfl SATl'KDAY II". and X..'III aw Ahc story of Valeric and Ben Hogan-/A<"gy who never gave up and the girl who never lei him iloitn! • JUM HAVOC • P.WUM >, SAMUEl G ENGE1 • Mi n SlONil IANFIH0 %  UtaKiaaWMINBlll Otssw M..wo l inwi|~MWi.".hw>l*i 3E IMII I\I.I :i> Check Ihis |.i.t „i ftaillllll ll.nis lor Your Home. • fialvani.cd lluckels • Gabaalaal Wash rubs • foul Pl.tS • Box Irons a Sad Irons • Lanterns • Knnmi-I Pails with Covers 5*Rd 0 I 'i unln uithi.iit Hint Parking PWUTM. Telephone 2039 TITE II Vim lls I • oi'l li \ l l\ i I'OTTOX FAfTOBV LTD. HOYAI. i \-i rwo SHOWS TO-DAY 4.30 A 8.1S Clark GABLE — Spencer TRACY In "BOOMTOWN" AM) "JEWELS OF BRANDERBURG' Op'iihu IOMORROW 4.30 & M IS Columbia But Double OLYMPIC LAST Tl> SIIIIHS TO-D*V 1.30 A 8.15 Action Double . Dennis O'KEEFE In T—MEN AND COBRA STRIKES Bhella RYAN — Richard FRAZER II a T 7 .. JOHNNY WEISSMULLER • J UNGLE JIM. \ \ PYGMY \ \ISLAN0. t*\ A-aaakUmaK-ii,..^ IKIDW Onl> 4.30 A S.I5 Stewart r.KANGER in "MADONNA OF THE SEVEN MOONS" AND "THE WOLF MAN" ThiOn-iHc-Spot Story of the Guys In the Hottest Spot on Earth A YANK IN KOREA" Starruig M.I.ISTER with William -Bill" PHILLIPS SVIIRDAV to MOMIAV 4.30 A li If '1 vsr 11 Atomic BoubK' . M ir .. MONTEZ — J.)n HALL ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES" In ILmm. Terhnlrolor Rod ( AMF.noN batlling Lawless H %  <•-.. 11 :• imiUI thi Bloodie-t Htghwaj In i W< %  -I HI oi 11 ||\4% WHTTLEY & Hts Bar-6 Boys



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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. M.PTEMBER 20. 19S1 4 It's Too Bad There Can't Be Two Champions' U.K. Go To The Polls \\\ BUG \K KAY ROBINSON YORK, •town to Writfl MM of IhOM "thank you'' DOMbody and just wonder how you'* itton m just the right way? did and 1 think VOU niust have, you h'el very DBUOh that tho a||)iau&tand the ex'-'Uerru nt of Wrdnesdav %  away. It's like v..i. v.hod the %  mmi the preasnb and .Ming you just haveto the tuuirhenl job of nil to no—those *P punrrimaT Ml Barry light now And it's n. %  Ml] _vu llui jus! toucher in some ways, Baying than I (all kind Of *ofry for K, rant I i %  % %  • % %  %  I %  % %  %  i to, ih" it WM bsJrtg In loan k to ma, bul %  II decision to Ihc Hi nagbl ti'ttina back our title So I ,\,*i [>*|.iri (€ think of I %  'i ho real• %  %  anta) iboul H ill, whan I didn'l ""•> Bad .i -hnic lot M Bttrtaaatnl in Horn though, i do latl it |i ecaua rtuyg who inc. ' %  ' .• human JUBI lik. i I know l| rid 1 Court All Ua\ B 'dos Cricketers Off To B. G. M\NV rrlatlve*. friend* and Mr.I uwhrn -m..i Srawrli \it i>• ir i >otinlJi memlng l "* in. tinrtr.nm.oi H*rb*du-> < rirart team and Ihrir *imifrr Mr. r. A. V. William.. r\ lil'iiKllnnil all t Krill* i CuUni .nit U> ffH Ihrm ban aavaai ami •>"<' lurk. (Miftal* "' "" I1.irbjd.is ( rii-hi-. \ssnt. ..r H F. ii Honor ar< SrcreUry and Mr r II InnU* m dr. R. L. * unable U> <%  IT. i M hihad la attend J of Ihr Court ol ( nmmoi ||r however, -..-nl J mes*ai:e In the Secretary uidilng Ihr tram bon voyage and all tltr be*i throuih-Hil Ihr tour. %  Manacrr. Mr. f. A. . W il Harm, told Ihr "Advocate" that thr tram *w a *aung onr. thr avaraga agr i-m< twent<-twi> I i. MII Pa*r i • rrom p * uotiilcd. &• froi'. iu. in (hat vote, the Socialist | VM could be elected .. Government defeated Churchill's man. When Mwre -wag no byeConservativei and other oppoailaw. it waa well known that tlon parties by only seven vote* commonaenw prevailed There m thr Common*. were quite a nuniUti at .n in pohticn' xhe caae cited by the counacl for the other side to tiring out ,-d ( | irv -r,|l hL .. !" .. lT im .. oi omi.n Ele. iion-i the continuance in omcr did not said that thr standard of the %  "" f '•'"' %  ft'on becausr of hold in the ca.*e before thnv aaHgaTla Jm !TMO hfatBar: "', w u,u %  ""• t'nder secUon , the SupermaatelaWTa7 produced, the l'"~> %  ,"" %  Othat in Dr| t a in a tendent wa merely netted, not Ki>od working majority. This was even sworn in. There was nothreAected in the comment of various "* to aay that ha would remain person* includingrepresentative "> onlc unUl a succeaaor was Christian Hrrter who falherrd the duly elected Marshall plan in CnnRre**. He would produce authority, he said, to show that the SuperMr MM 'He election rail II -n mtrndent had no right to hold .-xi-ellent thing. In view oi ttM ovei. The other side should .11 working majority the Laibour bring evidence to show that he Ithm could and they had not touched batting 1 bound down to num hrr 9 and thr howling K gaoO. Ilr Irh i-onfldrnt that thr tram will give a good account ol HMH hoih on nid an* the nrM tting Thr fird colour same will Url at leaa. Roh-ila an Saturday. [r b ih* mrniiirui the team are:— A.M. fa > lor iCapt.l.*i. Wood. |^ v hM had and the rift W %  \tklnson %  %  poopla i wagn"l %  K XV UN • %  '. %  %  have tin same thing you i nt |i In th,i! ring to ket p hut Prlaa Hun %  %  I %  Sui:ii. Donl La k • i I I %  %  Ravi ... %  Hen It'l Ufa i .i Of J million on< shot us i. %  or me. And that was the way I look" .,• it from the liefftniiirig *T* 1 think I had mda looka hk. "is|£h' into my training __ ., for them to know that I reallv fill I '. and theif \ f %  %  %  sir Hubart R i • % %  ........... boil In! ol Uia Held. Bntad i Barbados ly than the average Congressman Bv PAl'I. KOSTUt t I'm going to settle do he's aii* that "I .I'll '• %  k" brai DM fop." I % %  lahaot M„, can .. ,l araant. And tight any more this year. Mj oal i ,]| whan I WM doing ttua DIN daj nghi will in(or ti" 1 rtaati Funi nd thai ihg next, out at i'>v a,..,, . ,,f the Damon • .n ever to .:> %  Hunyon Cancer rund Ju:-t IBM I kng out an the kinds at flghting Hid, uu i ,fii Qfobably n i just i.Miked .it u %  %  '" %  P" tortFtbni MPaaang Baa Paltergon and Ptgg.v said I hope the British people was nothing to show that they Pltcnar. wilt <'l'iir the atmosphere in this had been charged under the bycraui HI pa waro also award-id election and strengthen whichever law. t. th most outstanding playexit (iov.Tiiment they pLt into power. They were never glvafl in the tc.'ims. For Barbados these The margin of the present Governportunity to defend themselves. imDTnpDilM n .t 1Q ont *a Charlie Evelyn and meni has been too thin. There should have been an enI UKl-Dr-hr-AIft, aepx. i. i a lf ,.-.,, WarrtQ whlfi Harry |iury and when Rev. Hoyte MDt Trinidad men won the third and final water polo Test maliti ^ n „ 1tt „ t) Joaaphlno Gatcllffc '" r,, i'gu policy 1 would not the letters, he was acting outside uric t"wl to nil atiainst Barbados at thr Trinidad Yachl Clid> wra natnad aa Trlnhaatfi be* !" gpate anj appmiabio change his power. He did not have the !*,>. iftanuMn Thi ic tho flt 11m.. avar aanna Ihe MTiafl parlo whichever party wins the alecpowar to expel them. As far ns la,?!, D u I I t*ui t %  -. Aft< "'" %  ; '"hugh there might be some UK aarg COnc*WDtd, began In July 1349 that a Barbados team has ht-n d< [> .mporiam changes in local poUey. they could not be dealt with at lad. The homC team won ;i Wll J'l.ivrd match in inatChai OOaV don't agree with the labour ill If they ini>condu.tcd themwhuh they curried their unponents the mujori'v of the (jame rrlnldad laaiua &Jvarnmenfs pnhcy m elvaa, there was ;i Petty Tres.... m.-.:~*...rhmn .-%  %  • iit _j_ u-.u.-....Act under which he could The Barbados team foufht wall Gill and hatd off UM local team until a %  ajaJtwanl effmt Lite in Iba second half whe>. who bad played %  • %  •ip.li i rurpto Tnrtlrs but think after the hard SO had saved sever. %  othaa < which IWWerthaaMB W ah O M „ ..i-.-.-rt thM n ,„ n „ h „,.,, | I've had. and throwing my chamdifficult shots was caught nappai ntta to m.ke an-, nift.,.' .' at wrted l plonshlp once and then havlni I the Trinidad defenders, once to the iim.1 results of to. i a'M in .. turn , ,, .., | awl „ M, k all knatda of Uaty-faur Canton cm who swam avrau tho genes. I '"" days. I could use some resl. half WSJ mark took a dcrep^ l ^• '!l'^ "," eUberatalyto chang. g long shot which swept ...i but [had I hM Of the real mil ,„ |wo Kxpaildillg &• lvtX hmnl vornnr M the net* li-i. I want to thank tliem Yotl kflOU I w II.MI iieoph come Iba OUgaCTOWd watching the 1 ,h ^'P ,,M and ask !'"' expanding my businesses, gun* wtM wild and terrlfle with their JM, MIand thenpiayer* me whv 1 kejit > • -, i I there 10 uplau.se went up and l ilit haw.u> sa> Mky nan Ba i u>ld u^iu •'This Turpinl because I know they're nil just I %  't DUtUni DM 'i'le on ice. We.ittierbea.i in ajMl f. : us fullv Ciirb. Win i %  .played by fl-lliahis China or some'of Its trade behino I an.) Trtoldad The team then left for the Hoteli.the Iron Curtain, but on the other '"' prosecuted or the Act_ governlerllng game Nonnaadla when%  dinner honour of the visitors was heldtc.inilaavt tomorrow night for Barbados via kfl Gascogne. \i \ our Ciii*'inu HOLLYWOOD ..! Britain i seeing fewe .nnicult. anted to hang on to it M ' '' ^""'1' Bauth I'M aoang to tall rau now bar* nd iabblng hln I drcla lhat althotiirh 1 ihought I was in front when the tenth round cnron up. 1 think I shin-Id have had .> much harder road |o travel II Randy hadn't (teen go eager about it alt. Barbados ladie., kept up their unbroken f *d and heat Trinidad ladlei two goals to M tee that everythings as it should • Shipper rVgaty filcher Played Ilr „ )5h n i ni!S UIU J lhat the US. b | nd to th'iikTIM Ilarbados team attacked a forcing game and placad I ( supp | v the vat buik %  st when he gets lug about lin the champion tiequently and their forwards sent **•'* 'or her loam. r pictures ihOWfl British : pattern and you „,,„,_ too h „i I .,.,, i a-on't find '" several shot*, but either goalAnne Iti.tdley in the rri rail la pool. Jack Una icorad ba • ;, ^ 1M d (1 ms l7 mor tion or the Trinidad tsacki worri. ^SJS than the pn-vious yMr-ahown up ran, line hrta Barbados "go.1he.i--r An:.' *l d An* lea RUBpUad aU trong tide was run..CapJ tWO of llnlain s 144 imthe second barbadoa Ladlei team Ihrougl ..tures. that perh.w ,.„• tho aeries hM I chad Brltb* liown| OBuaad Iha goal as Weatherhead geUv "Had 7fl. live fewer than, tn had to continually watch to see ItArbndos got both their goal. •' %  Hntam had 1 that he dul not gel laken inside thf Brat half. while Triindi I til ins m production on Julv I, COS ..-.ii gcond hall pared with 19 a year ago. hand I do favour co-operation "for lug the interruption of a strong union of Europe." • '%  < Mr. Reece held that an AnnuAmong administrative officials a | it UM ness meeting was not a In the U.S. there was the iradimeeting of the Representative Isonai "hands off" policy which is „f the churches Only represenalways followed as regards friendtatives could do Ihe things set ly countries lest the Government out in Section 4. here appear to be trying to sway When the case cimtinues on UOD towards one or the Monday, Mr. Reece will continue other contesting parties.—I'.P. to address. preU) good puncheT Onl %  PPT aa I am [s he %  > %  s another guy 1 want to <<-t ti thank, ti-. and that* Randy i.. Ti.ipm. We ain't had a %  -1y Well. li c unit over to me and m piano. told m Hay. voure n do VOU knOW 'haiupioii. The 1 (I ,,,-< bean keep it unUJ you've bad enough I might have WOD 11 Ihe j.i.ini .„„| thf n I'll see what I can do i mil. Cw I hit Randy wiWi a about it again" nuht hand then Just a* good as the one which roalh WOO nie That was pretty nice of him, UM light He grabbed ma fOUl i \, Randy's a great boy. and Ihr lea* onil •aoah off Ihr ei'r. | should DO prOUd of hlnl. 1 of it With --ome clinnhlng. hut t CORW 'o tfilnk of It, it's tOC bad then if i •• %  the chance to ,(„.„. ,.„„., ^ WI1 ,,,.,,„,, I( ,ns lather like it. ii might king inaccurate KahSBB^HI.HKI Ho cut my eye Honest, I di think there WM nothing. b;il DOthsng, \> liu h ii could hav. doni BO rue thai I 0 il.i haVf made inwant lo get the light ovei • %  Hiiiekiy f felt that btood trickling then I km aometMns had to be done iti( h llul r Vllll ,,,, klll liont get ine wiong. It wasu; ,| lloaitl(: pun.he-. like ti a nwesm M some £&•* got to got hurt—and if people have been all t,.,. willing Irilk ,M i K vou, so although 1 let! %  % %  • • TO I i n ight h..ve him maaaured looked Urad, and li [ hudnt won ,,,... rhicldad to follow our plan. I m. SO 1 liinht Up to the tune Hand, iie%  %  was ciel|l--!.r. the ninth Fnoiii^li round* oi bi my iaford, who Well, you Know what hapi | i rter that, i Just kept in' ,. him punches, and ftnalh HI and keeping up Kefciee I; I aid that %  say. I was enough. rrtMUnV There*-. Ien a lot of argument wliether he should have dOM it Handy rut me. Honest. I Thn gold like Uaere was only couidm U mad, eight econda of UM round to go %  hww it fell like the heel Well I can tell you this Randy ol bis glove caught it as 1 tried j tlli fvtUng towel I lowei U> dBca inside a short punch J till a KM canva ( people said it was n-y,-i,,,,, rd got to drive him rlghl other butt but although both 1u, t nugh before he'd go d<-w n Bui our heads were close together I / whpn i began that nnal Burn %  a And if i coui.in : } ,.,.,, ,, w;is ,n 0il .. ii,. didn'1 T>al got ., i iMlh hkl ,„..,, ,!,„„. „,„ . times when I though! I'd nailed him lb just tued to covet U back Of his head With Ins gloves I everything might be "J? J SJSfJX stop that fight through the cut. (u(T „ M ^_ ,„,,,.„„, ,„ sl ., 11() night mad i %  %  ... i %  scared. not atari oth than that I wantad to win so much. I knew I could um an.I lie thought flashed Uuuugo %  gj mind l'\r jn*t got to forget what ihrv told nie and i:d h over.' So 1 threw that long right hand whirh felt like It wa* Martini! right from the bleacher raam and going ruhl llm> B i;li the othrr end ul Ihr I'olo Grounds. I swung II s. hard lhat *t might title at first, done, and mr with It, If I t... What's On Today tarh.idos Camera Club Exhibition at thr ll.riiol... Musrum 10 am. to 6 Bum ourt of Error (Kork Alimony case i — IS a.m. db-tlan — 10 .in ourt of Original JurUdlcI'ollrr Hand at thr Kiplanade bandstand. Hv Slrert — Mi pm t INtMAS Ottawa r-atta * %  Mnkrs %  IJ a .II pii.•• BSSN r--iwHft -• %  • I.'.lUir. — i.w i won It ain't the iii^t Urn* ; pi) in front of me like that, and I ain't kidding to you when I n\J I don't let 'en pM away, bflll .i no bell Voi proof : L,imutta, fiom wgiom I took the th him and lie BARBADOS S.r.C.A. ANIMAL WHIM WEEK SEPT. .{Oth-OCI. 6th. WHAT TO DO FOR S.1VCA. WEEK. Read the programme. BM>k early. Don't ml ihiiic. By your interest and example try to improve mnUtiong Ua iill animals in Barbados. hadn't connnlrd but it went n WM down nit the rOJPM |US4 Uki hsM thai Hindis ihin w .s m iiu! i pm whan n all ended in:111 -ii.-t to %  :•*( lugrlher with it When he gl up ITOl oouni i b nan him wl.cn a lighter don't b .. % %  fOUl oppont all ol rorgaf thtM ihlng ..n.i if i evei wg I kal ip m my %  At One Shot There'll i"ons of %  going up than too bi YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT From Codrington Rainfall: Nil Total Rainfall tot Month to data. .'..6ti ins. Higiic-t Tsuiprratiirr SIS T Lowe-t Temparatars: 74.ft *r Wind Velocity: 12 mileper hour Barometer: (B ami an.941 IJ pm i 21VH-J4 MONDAY. Od. 1st ANIMAL STUDY WEEK opens In Si WEDNESDAY. Od. 3rd MOUILF CINEMA Jo'-s River Yard. St. Joseph 7 :m p.m, 5th FRIDAY, Od. :II1LDRENS CONCERT Queen's Park HoUM Details later + + SUNDAY, Sept. 30th .ope other 18 with special obm the Churches pines of Worship TUESDAY, Od. 2nd POLICE BAND CONCERT H.isimus Rocks 8 p.m. Ailiuissii.il I/THURSDAY, Od. 4th St Francis Day BRIDGE & CANASTA at • 4 p.m. Tickets SI.IIO each inehniiut; Refreshments SATURDAY, Oct. 6th ANIMAL STUDY FILMS for Children BrltWl Council 9 a.m. %  Monti l nl Bridal Veils, Head Dresses. Orange Blossoms and Flowers Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II, 12 & 13 Broad Street They'll Do It Every Time —...-—' By Jimmy Hailo BE SURE TO LISTEN TO KEPIFFUSION LTD |or the following:— Sunday. Sept. :10th at MS am. Talk by Inspector Torrezao of the British OtllUM S.l'C.A ThUTKUy, C*t 4th •( p.m Children's Hour. Auntit Bellvs Animal Quiz. Friday Out '''.h ^it It ..in Miilish Council !' %  : music, prose and v..i.. corineclod with •ntanali jil'SRILENE WArJTED OSE OF THOSt -NO VISIBLE AtEANS OF SUPPORT fJATH'IsS SUITS^jfklL.SUt GOT OHE...T.A SHE'S ALSO OOT MORE JUNK STRAPPED ON HER.'TMAM 3.X. JOC ON A SO-MILE HIKE — W'/i/l/ / FOREST GREEN %  ^" PAINT I ti.M.I.ON TINS i Sx.LVI 5 GALLON DRUMS ,, S'J.r.9 Gin. WHITE LEAD fit 59c. II. WHITE ZINC r„72c. I SEND YOUR ORDERS EARLY. -GENERAT HARDWARE SUPPLIES PHONE 1918 Rickett St. S*cv.v.v.v.v.v.v.v,-,v.v//',v,v.v.v...v.v,w,v.v,v.v.v.iw,v^^ ^TEMPTING ..pl . 11 j„ sr Received New Slocks of | Inn i <-~r *w •"' %  J *£ !" y^ZI 7Tx/Y i :• KIII rrn*ii snivri c; ;• TAST\ BAKERY SPECIALS FROM THE THE RICH MODEKM OVENS OF J&R BAKERIES ^V.VAV.'*V.V,**V.V.V.'.V.V/.V RED CEDAR SHINGLES DOUGLAS FIR SIDING DOUGLAS FIR JOISTS PITCH PFNE G. & T. FLOORING PITCH PINE JOISTS GALVANISED NAILS all sizes PHONE 4267 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. i .v,VA'.VMVAVAv//.vw/Mv.'.v.v.'*. %  .:: %  %  .' % 



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1111 USD U -I I-1 I Ml'.i I; _'„ 1Q.-.1 H .KilMIIIS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS ,,,H,M %,ES Broad. !" ^ Talk. At Hastings House B.B.C Liaison Officers I'M.I %  UIFHOKI 1301 Birtha. Marriage i on SAU gaa it m a. M a. Kt \l I si \|| Will Visit Barbados %  MIWMIL • JU i niM> %  Itth. IMl. ..-* .'1 -...:. ; Talk* Al T()\|OTI\ r : I* 0 M t In. IN MEMOBI \M I "I UNI I v hMm %  > I 3* II In %  I Sl--li Ihar Ador I Mr 1M? %  AMI r. %  ,v w.voi \ci;>ii;\i\ i .-.i. i .1..! ."..... ladle, .tacb' di.poaal in.| ..re able ta orlei |.fOfnpl -crviee. al .x.rplKmall) rrmn. %  .*ei ftutd drive D %  .. %  < AH -,. I M-S4S In per IMl uidei %  %  **rr fCU v-..: Mlfl I i %  .it. IS t SI—* rVMOTO ENGINE foe Btct.tr %  %  :• %  fl 91II.-. .. %  W UNTO* STRATHCLVD* 81 Mlchi The Hi Cloaed sailer? di-i-mg ei.d dining rooTj, a. it, lien 4v "id • Bolnoni, and be.Uv "*". UB*UU, Garage and mill I loom, in >ard Electric m ga*. and QtHIM HH W aler | ml ailed IrafMctMa any da>. except *udav U. appointment with Un Ma. nan) Allder. Dial W The <>r.pertv will be act up tot MU i> al our office Jamca i|.ton. J( rida, Itlh S*p-lanl .1 I u'elo.1. YEAHWOOD ABOYCE. MM M IS t SI lo,. 1 1-1 I. 1 and •Mr.giad Hour*. u> a i ii it actor.. Manager. >r Daml M4) is t M Sn 1(4 order %  i -in i %  IS t II -*. mm K nivN b] %  Road, up to M • : %  .i ..,, .aged %  Itlng *il be rcage. While F>ar %  %  • mate] BW I Bedford Truck ck .3,. Ir MM IS SI3.! njtCTEiCAL i:v iirrRioi H wop ..'4JCE Batb. < ii op pv .te Stiethil>dc entrai.i un SO.MD aqu.nv i. kilt hen .n 1 %  bwuaa. garage, large nuioard yard and orthard with b> irtng Iraaa Dial sins I M . !>i-, *.:.. MJHICifcrlATUK U,b. r..',:,... . i LIVESTOCK Tha undaolgnrj will offer (or ulr al public coo.pal.ttor. at l>el| OS Iflrth Street. Bridgetown on Irlda-. Ihe ilUl da. .if September IMl. at ) SO p m The drllri|huua km.au . THEI.AWNV -th thr Uod obervon tha %  %  — aam* •tanda. ton laming hv ratlmatatn Hrfrn^aJ :*0 .Mam C.rt. .,t„.lr .1 H. „.. ntaa Auto CaWM Church (tj *ltejaMcttM bt.aii Ihc hour* of t p m %  S SI— AT and • p m. on application \ u tho trnani Tor paitkrulara and Condlliotia ol Sale. COTTU. CATroRD a. Co SUM R %  mai*, ApcU k> Mra D W '•lion Gap. rtM to SI—Sn MM HANK At I MOWERS -l-hoi *i r Inr %  > • arii ..m,.(•Ida) II.t IUI at 2pm Thrtt d.-liab: r |*„ .u.rnd fnaahold •<• kruK-n •< i %  MM al ih* Itinrllon of C\ll: nt.l>,.ttl, Ruad' -.U. II,. i M ifMnte tnrrtttliitei IO.SM aquair ( %  I I HM MakM % %  %  '...... iioaad and %  ateha, bulb nnd t %  ilxlilra. lout bodroomi ion* bath and Imlri T-.. III w lu-id noxt wvek .il Mouse. Barbudur.. l*!w*-n I A • . Ml Philip Myring. and Mi Haw %  tek, broadt'UkUni ofllcTi tv"-*"..' f t ,.,n tin It H ^ ID the W.-stf*i rrn Caribbean rt*fm|lnlj %  %  % %  K i %  •[ovcrninenu of Junak Honduras, and I DHH OB broaden.* tinu with ^^>c^l-l n'di.iH.' i* ins ntlbnatlon i.r • to ofllcial bro;ulcaslina under Ihr i ritllMMItl -iinl broadcasiing nrm* Hv has proI %  %  and Radic. BsUzt Hi rVbtackn prlM I. %  runcttOM in rtaMCl ,,f U mCntS of Trinul.nl M.irUidoa. Rn i'ah Ouians UM I %  i a .1 1 M.,I., and Hio WmdwJir.l lak on!) recanHy srrlvnd at his hrad^urrrrr* n Ttiindad A TrlnJelndlan by birth, he la, howevar %  Iraadi aratl known i>> Ihouaanils of WSSI lntli^ni through hlx cricket eornnV nl on lbs n 11 Ci overvi ten Mr. Ahlack b dua la arrive In llarhadoi on Friday; and Mr Stmkrr is rxpeeted enMonday, the 24th f^ptembor. Houso Adjourned After Heated Diseussion A BflOTaOM In UM HOUM ol ftiwiiililji on TIJC-ISJ after a Ifi-usehad been sitting for about two bouxi an that they adjourn for a week, introduced a deb.iu w.-iit on nearly an hour asxl draw in n Ifaa Laadw of ihit-mark that it. nu-mbois of tinOn > mi a rum drtnkfng tprta Tin wck*i .u(|uiiinmt'iii was Anally passed. Mr. Adami bad axrvad that Uw at wsa gnn: %  ouae l-ko the usual half-Ik adjournment for tea while Mr .JUMhe was going to ,h I" K W.ii.olt IEI .-ountrr-tii.vc l is it was known th^t he dad aOI •bat the House adjourn 1>I .. iMah rum. noi that Iks won! I Dm but hf rotild not. But ^, nothing u"airun JIHIMII having ... Adams (l.i said th.it thr a Uulo ruin. 1.1 think %  1 roi ..11 .iiljoiirnrnrn: of from thi' Uttl %  t..i a week, becauw of tinHo > wa having a corkta.l Member t-i St PoUl that Lhi PS He felt that the Opp.*i! was a.i).>iirnM | not hav arranged then il.! gprts •„\e then SHIPPING NOTICES %  -. with meeting ol td.it a..HHI .IS MI) the Governor acquainted hii He .-.od that members o' the p a r t > thm Mi Cannox-Bnyri, 'i wanted to go on %  M P rSOtlld b rat" and >hii... %  Barbados would hav-'• P"*** '" '""' for it a person "f Home im wot lam* • % %  an oitii'i.ii 1 %  Oa^-ofMal viatl Mr Adams said thai ho *rg i MM coeklall |>arty by a Three-I>ay Sta> singla member of the Opposition Mi U-nno* lloyd a t<> laavi %  had had the mufftasa to Barbados on i> was mils .1 • %  %  • of! tarq to fo t<> .1 pnvato func" lu and U sras isspQ Uon. he said, it would have mads have arranged a party for any a difference ethei da> The> had no wish t.. "That is the reason whv the • llow %  ac l '"•!"" On-.-iiion Vrantad 'o postpone the *" Bill to amend the Factorlos Art, :47." he said. They di.i not w.01' to sit und go through the Bill, but :^ u .,. had the effrontery to move the %  d* sake house Mnanl 1 rraak for Hi' ol going int. -..HIIIH.U to drink a little rum da %  It ill K 11 Eiuillk.. Apply by Ictlrr oi In G:bln Baach, 81 Prl race to, %  •!. MrtMn I-I. .. 1 i.i.i... ir Mr 1S7 ... .1 1 %  I Uw? yard and 1 •ppotaU a W Cl AHKE A Co MIS* 11.1, ANKOIS (HIIIM M SO I AIM IIS Uifte. Curios. Jewels Antiques, Ivory. Silks Ha, BtSb, tic. Til AXIS I-r. Wm llry. .l. :: llial !. % % %  To Our Customers and Friends St. k t.ikilij; ... 1111.N-1 %  v Sapt % % %  %  :. Bapt B.E.I i.ni Roebuck st. 1 :•],— 3n. ,-.:.•. %  %  %  ,: : .•.,; %  .*:.,*. "•) I Itf-HA rS WIWS fLASH I lU IIOW nii:v Kl N" TUNU.IM. and SEE MOW THEY RUN EVERYDAY 1 m; I'UHUC To JOHNSON'S STATIONER V and HARDWARE For Good Vain"1 rowau 1 %  10 1. nii^r in IMI .. IM m.i MM 111> Tan caata pasoa a uaa oa ul SO on tMaa-r-*,, and SIM on Sndaa. SI Sn tVOTlCV Combormero Has 115 Mew Pupils sj> Irfwi race S %  oil was 470. Of the new sto1 dents war* pupUa >i w. ., %  • 11 ti but were trum-feiied i,. Ihe W bui 1 infant school tn N 11.>-> 1 ave now pa^ani the infant itage. Fift> .>( t'lta. are already in the school. Ai most *..( tho clsmsntsfti the sttendano -A -n flist day was not noori. Onla a c h ai told the Advocors tna irents keep theii al i-mif on Uiv rfrat te lo Innthe rinHoti Man bei for si would not dan) t' servative* tlie right to sntaTtsli 11 Const ivalivt* M I" -iinil.iilv an the Opposition eOuU lha 1 • a %  ana nt Mstnbsn t ii ncht to sntertaui B %  la] I M ftvai Uw Loader . be Mid, hi ws oV s| t that Ihe debats in it*i havi lakan njoh .1 turn, but 11 hi d ihown the nubUe one thlngr, thai >ven in ar. adJtXinUTrSnt, at tlm • of the House, he had not hl I ' %  "" ""lent had la-,.n rahI dabatfl that hud sunk to .. ,n *J "'• ,h "PP'-ition foi fraatai d*t<" • rtng al Trinidad aand Harbadna Nwambar Mlh aasniaa I %  I atgaj %  • %  Bel* (.., 0 iTn %  ark a w 1 1 l s Kills. Instant. i S 0 ;* o foi s \ S ^^ B.W I. so 1 I \ i m,Mco i %  > • MI .. v PBOAB1 %  -. s %  AJXOA pu ... %  -. ALCOA nLORIM i i .id SI la I-.IIIH 1, 1 THOM LTD. — Nl.n YORK ANII OlltP SERVICK rrl.Y:_Oa I'lMTA a CO I.TII—<*NAIIIAN -.IUVKI DUNLOP UNIVERSAL MOTOR CYCLE TYRES II.. LUKCH KITS For ILSLUI Chtldrrit. SSspkte, romfortabla carry-all with' 'ijn AHONS -i %  tetfataa I pi Vacuum Flaiki. :\. %  !" c *' "P lo 3 oo lof .-,.,1.1..^. KM I*** •** >•!. i NI ii nss in ..,, ,!„,., ,..„ n H tala %  ); w HutsSUrasM,^ < ht.ti Church >1 TI. V I B it. Jar lor S3 "i I %  < M III h ,,.. I % %  M-. .'.. (or Ihc poai ol UM I %  alary wt SW M da (waskh Mil nol ba nrturrird' arr raauirad and %  • .i %  rMBratM 'i peoactes*) •un u.c iip.itir,iii out aaajaUi -hould llala parllculan ol llicm in Ihtlr uppllcalloni ,n d b,. ?„. pared lo product them if ircjuind lo IMiKXOTTA RITTOI rootXR*Ji.-t Ihe imriR lor IhU hot ratlin r.-iiow ihc .impia Inatruciwna .upptird HIM HIM uaa* tl rraif a14 worda — ovar 1 urd aiaaH-d cania CAUHI1 SHOW WHITEHALL. ST PETER DAILY MEAL Open Daily 10.30 a.m. to b p.m. Fiom Saturday. September 8th ENTRANCE :o: 1/to September JOth nulu-ivc •v//.W/.V/,W,'/,W/,ViV. s AQUATIC tll'B %  .ill Mil: oiw rngarMor, J i rl.l r -TON TERRACE To an approved Irnnnl FurnKhed Home. Upper Day St Oppoailo Vacht nd Aquatic Claba All modern convenience* Appl' on pramraea 1 %  91-tfn %  ... % %  Dial .nrl.ihdr.,-ii s* ai—ii SrASIHT 111'NOAI.OWS al Glbhi I It'lali a Telephona Apply: V l l T-lephone J144 M SSI1'HISOMI CINEMA a NOTICE Mi Inr hrr v debt oi %  1 DHal rn *amN aaaini *,tr CW lo not hold myar rder iiinrn by i HI NDI • i Roae> Hill. St Peter Thr ........ (..I re-|ia>ed U. aerve prcdMillon before %  %  WOOD candid,., ippolntmcnl lo Uie 1 NOTICE IN IHC MIITIR ..I the I ampanlei un mniK al I I'"".. N.ITHI: RIVI.K UM crcdnora oi ina aoovc-nmned Company. which la being volm.laiily wound up. SIVJ rnimrrd. on "r bsfor tlir firm! OS) .,1 hiot— l*.t. btfesg the day lor thai un—' fined by Ihc imdiTHinrd Alfred naCourcy Boyc. lha I.M|uldalor of Ihe n-n.l %  • -i ,1 their name* and addrcanca and Ihe pmdcuiara ol Iheir df i Ihe lame, and addre of Inrir Sum I lo the under.Igued. and il %  Una Ir-.m ine ml UaaiMitor. sra i>v UMH reene In and prove their rand delrti or I % %  •< Ont and place aa ahall be Clarified In .... h nollce. or M default Ihcreol the> will l e.chid.1 baaieAl <•( I -de before ... .1.1. t. ;.|...-l Dated I In" llth Sat* nl July. IWI AIJII : 'ii| Ol No >4 Jam-. Slrccl. HrtdKaHown. Ufluidalo' AJQUVALI 11. II w 1 A 1. [fftDAO M l.iulepage. M l.lltli M Ctatiab Pan i1V Wil-.n. P i' part* MOT. g rmhi Millin,!.,.. L Mllln.. s ... Maraan H On I Uistl i i I L %  Me-alc. L Mi MB, b Wrl.i : Eac.ilanle. Stephen II MulMna. J 1 i % %  %  Had tna BM Mcsnb for St John made UM of the remark. whli*i Ihe lion' the la-adei of tho House and the Meinlter fot S! I'eter ni.nli' use ..f he WrQUad have pitted lha Benior Mi n bat Foi St. John when the Leader of ;i.. II' m finished with him "Wi of the Opposition an %  .. motion fin il.e %  %  nt Of the HOUSa is mailr A. .1.. tii.,t nsj neglecting duty, we are irresponalhle. are are not wtsaai la d m tin paools we ara holding up social legislati-i'i -v huh Ifo r Ihe Improvement ui| of the country and (lnally we are s loll we are getting the ad)ou' inerit rjf the HOUM for the purposr of goiiu: on i mm apraa, 11 he said. w... leave and K*I tn i partj * and measures their side could ufh H i ttist ptraon ill down and aie week's fJU) I I tut IrM next ri'k" The a im— IP ) i run, si %  Mance lllrihuiii Juhi i"aan AnUv i %  %  %  %  %  ii I %  %  I I.IIINAHA I'n.held. Kai ana >i.. i i %  K. \l. |. Il W A K .Ml U IIKI.P 1. S p m to lit'l Uethel HI 20 o .: TrafRr Deiiartmeil %  Airsra i.ta !*>-..• ro SI Sn MIS( KI.LANKOl'S -eciired Si •' assea IS Sl-4i. WAS III* III B*AT MOVSa '..i e.rer-led prri-.d f.nmhd i-,..Ttire, iMdrooma m—le bnwas, -lliactite aiea Juli.. i and ssw s si . S Xt is with much regret J t hat the Man.. J announces that after 4' <• Thursda\, Seplemhcr J S 27th I S Hi*' Cluh's Cinema will ^ ^ be CLOSED. Dui I I Ismail attendance of N ^ Mcmbfis. fur quite BOTIV ** ^ *.in:i •( %  %  •; S has Ix"' reluctantly I* ** t i make this v : : o I J patronage to ke<*p the ^ s* Club's Cinema running. } O 16.9.5L—1 v. i B GALVANISED RAIN WATER KITTlNf.s VEXIMAL t ilKMK BROtll A TI'DOK STREETS AM.li I lil'-IHAII b %  ArSar. sc'iit, A., ii i lloa, Oordori Ktli. Jn a.oo. DflBl %  red t"_r*. I laaj BeOoU | %  . Cha.„„ KirpaUni A.,... i I-. II. 1 -l.w I. .....Ii ]>.ll A !• % %  %  I %  '. I. BSUTan (,1'IANA v ... C ..i. .. Bylvli I E. A v TUTHIM. arinaw i i. Ih Ed'nund Ward I %  %  ,.-i M .. I. Kcill %  .-. Er Athm-on, Allr-d t B'Mtaha. Kenneth Blanl'T Willied %  -II. SJary He I n itrenda rerraaraara \1., %  • M. OaaSM*. MiaSfaSt !>• neesraead AdaaM. Vvo. a < biradewu. Kalhleen I'.itt.i pin John Keith. Margaret llajlay. rii RT t.l* IA i. II. I-.... l;.r.n. A. II r %  lire. Mini' • Holder lor ST V.JtCBNT %  ...\ ( NtZI i i I III Huncal. Armando Hnrttndo if. Norman MeditiM. rre-. %  fiat Ali.i. Raul Doaana>.e. bycl.Ih.ir.li.anei. Cailnn Ilornlnfluai Jardni Mcnla< rral. Plnn rietlei iKean. Carm' U. < -rlottJVie. I %  .i IH llnh.it Olu.ltl. Vli %  i A.el Holcka Eor (.lflAI>A ll^vili. 1-ie.idhomme. Roberl M.U-'-l %  John Norria. Tbomaa Ptiii.u U I i ; i .i / J..I i Moi.taeria' i I %  •....i. < triad Ban -I film. lust accusation was most i and in. doea'iil The former accusation, wenuntrue, unwarranted and Uftfounded Bacausa for the past (en inonUu rter out of the island pa StallbUllniaii UM Junior MemU': of St. Thomas out of ii..island the Junior member for st Michael al llathsheba, also dull iih..-.. and lha Laadai or ths R ouaa out of the Island, sometimes on State business, and on, other occassioiLv mi his own hum-! king for his h. in. thai 1 i occasions hail to make up a najorwn and %  In] .m ocsMfitonl itayad on vttb HM Deputy Laadar of the House the I h Benloi MemlxM foi st niotnaa who conducbid Oovernmenl husiness. nc iring midnight Norial F'unclion* U i. i.f.i, thay nsjmtsd to •i hold up work or use their n>o %  i anylhini, art, did shay not have opportunity on those occasions ? Ha had sti Un i %  idei of uie House %  djourn lha rfouaa on %  II nthan OSH %  i the nouas to attend social fun< turn-, in hOOOai Of viwtinjx offlcicb. He would venture to :ny that if Uv parly foi Mr. Lennox-Doyd. the Conaervative M.P. who was Uie Jfuesi of HJa Kxi.-Hi-Hi i Uw (. ernor. was that evenn.. of Ihe evening before, at (iovernmenl House, the leader of the House would have agreed la tn ad)otiniment. But to get til thl" House ami say thai we are Using out mai-intv lo iidjourn tinMoii-pgo into somebody's hotue o drink rum Is trie nastiest thing thai could come from n man V culture and Odu si When n oanuj to the QissUon of rum-drinking and the tbajse, ^hcy of Ihe Opposition kntw i lot of tl. hut there were none ol tnern who would stoop to sorna In there and raise any question OS to who drank rum and dad not drink rum. Speaking pen/na'lv. 0. A Srrncei THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY ''.. saosf ftiauiJt'H i lelsdan Is com sued chest rUasss.. Motiifin/'oWITH OAK IN THE KITCHKN HOUSE wire ANDCOOKIK A1IK Al WAYS CHKKUKCI. For Extra Reliability IMIWDIM; ESTATES & IliADI (ECKSTEIN BROS. *,*,*,*,-.'-'-----•--.--*.-.--'.'.'-*-'. .,'.;::'.'..-. a i ,i.. C A >l IIIIA I l*rs|H I. Si. J. IIIICS Large 2-storey stone house of good sound on over a 4 acre of coast lan.t with 160 fl I ataas sandy beach. Larm living; rooms, 4 bed•i tiie uuper floor with similar aceommi" ground floor. In our opinion this prop-11 Mo a Ouest House. Low figure | • JOHN hi. Bl 4IION k Ca.. A.F.S.. F.VA Real lU'e Agents. Auctioneer. A Ruildim Surveyors Till: IIRM WITH TIIK KIPlTAllos Fhone ISIO PlsnUtlons Building Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay V %  %  I.-— *. 1 S| %  %  W Smith. MI '.el C C 1 %  Sch A .f -•• Sch Tx lie Do.e. S• U. Ren |*MI RM *iPFHTfM 1 v -.r.. .,. M V (..iiW-e IM lor. MAIL NOTICE ;. M Tai %  OTS -t "* G'i .norm i Baajlitrf ill al ISO p "i and OrdU %  : %  Iran Court Condemns Soviet Spy To Death TFHKHAN Sepl 10 St spy was I • to deatti by an Iranian military trtbutUU as Iranian-Soviet tradr talks scheduled lo open todnv tptaned until Saturday. The Militar" Couti of AffBaalj upheld by a majority vote of four ti three tna i itn passed two month* ago on Abdullah Uwbek. Soviet Uzzbek was arrested six months ago on Iran's northeastern border with Russia. lance against Uirbek said he was carrying a pneumatie tyre in which were OM I I .rrotter and doeumenLs %  howlng he was Bot/tat rttiMTI If the Shah approves the sentence it will probably be carried out by shooting. The eomt rJetiberated three hours tod .r. rr WAVE \OI I'l.UKH or 11 O01111 it nut in ssi II \n it is HI it i IH IV Mil I OH S Kotai ih.failum Battory ^atttoa, PBwar Tl... off. n.li Pnllaj. Uibto Shlfcoenu m ora ri Mn| and you an...l\) %  I li >• .-iirly. sirrl arhaafa r obtob bh I"' ptoua* ing Hiid lor ri-ullv tol i fotag. "Iliill Trniks'' urr i ailahlr". iiilur latormail %  aalfcaUoo i"— COURTESY GARAGE HIIIII UT TIHIM I.IMMI II 111.I 11.11. on in u KOWl England's Leading Daily Arriving by air in Barbados only a lew days alter Publication in London. fir fill THIS SI M SI HII'1 HI \ IOIIM \.\ll SEJVB HIHI.4 1 HI IAN <; ai.


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TIURSD.W SEPTEMBER 20. 1931 BARBADOS ADVOCATE I' M.I THtXE 01 *>:w IIIMU la that short of a formal %  % % %  %  1 from Wtt*ni tiflk-ials an informitl %  1 The Wvst would pml DO Yu|{"*IJVut as the start of World War III.— ..i Wry cl. 2 The West having |xuin*d considerable money into Yux. A would 1* unnritli i likely to stand by and * Runl. ; hex s ;i tciiitet. itrioi Yugoslavia On July 21, In WaiBBW Molotov warned Tin. Ih • i of Yugrxluv • f'rM Oar OH I •"r.r B ri a |. KINGSTON. Sept. 10 Tnr House 6f Repress I lesMo Ihii veek oi-„ II iI ,1. ••" ""I ltl^> 01011(11 WU MUernii rehabilitation work, men tieeduin and the ellnvrthe Tito— Fascist regime." fussed action taken by thf Followlnj tbi %  <1) The expenditure Ol 100 rot Ural hurrlcan< i e-it>f md the buildina ind grants f> the tlij Council %  nfl Parochial Boards for local Bjovernment repairs as well as a contribution of £50.000 l.mants rtlmu--inti hurri <2) Ann which U scheduled to come Into : on October I. bringing the Jamaica tariff m HIM with tin Would Involve World • tan Tito baa continued 10 expound i" Waatatn vtattqra hi* thaaiii could not be locallatd—that would have to involve Europe a much of the rest of the world -Truman's recommendation-, ol the Custom*, special assistant Averell HarriUnion Qonunlaaton'l and to that thesis "heapei tnuWunt: and recently and I populaSpecl.il point of tolling a l*res* con""" %  and for tin protaeuOfl Of fc.cnce afterward he -lid not sav native inciu "yes" but also hr dldnl aB) "no" %  ,T ll Impi,vtment Auto it. tnorllie* Bill urnier whl. I British Cabinet Minister Philiu enuntnt intends to take In %  the tenth anniaction to set up %  Land Itr veraary of the Yu|o>la< "V v '" ,' n '' !" l*h* Itloo here Butt % '"'> tola linn tintrue DM Korea is there win be ii" more 'private %  rare', if iba oal want pooca have railatad aggression in far oil Korea they will realat wherever it will bapn." I believe fervent 1\ tli.lt that is true." This Pantographed in flight i* Super Con-telUnon. .1 newly dr-ignra awliner, which i being pnrc-huad by TrailCanada Air Llaai (01 oer *• %  •. optratlon The 65 ton aircraft will be fifty mileper haei and will be capable of carrying more pA>*rnar" on traaa-eeeaa n than ai.y araaaal i-ommercial transport. Powered by new coatlturbmr ifripiocaung engines of SV8B6 horfpowrr r*ch the Hnper I nil fly non Mop between Montreal and London U TO* h-"tdrred five I < \ PhofO U.S.Consul Searches Ketch In Trinidad Plane Crashes On To Carrier (Ft Our Own t'orrroutindcitl I part of the ml of The Authority I to control the affective use of land iii this area and to give assistance %  %  measures f is the most direct evidence thai sir ,1 tn 1 now batni theW %  ar an attack tha Bxetutlvi Council will bo II kVM liven. lO pi %  House ..f H.-pr.-the L' s Congjaealonal Commttb In August by Gen* In El MO MM Chier of Staff, right hand m m and rehabllltauon aCDania chief apokei LI itenant — %  %  General Alfred M Qi W Very (low Crucnt'' When talking about the (Soviet) satellites | gave 1! H my Vi#fJ th.it 1 did not think the Soviets would be able to get by With another tatolUto attack (such as \ la) While eveiyund •>Md MM *u.i DIM s -nuiit it mi 1 Auguxtiii 1'ncha who %  • charged Whcfl atked whether he meant with betas a "spy for the Yv in \ • Human ly should ken throuBh tin Sacn li.i!.• inntit of world wai 111." grefatlonof Hie Conairtorj headed Onu %  • : Ued "Vary cloae la bj the Pope hli 1 IT I would mi ii there Ii %  < aatolltta Xha aaerec woa dated yi U tto] %  lovla *re urc indlcahni it was compi% % %  ren cloae u, World Wai If i hour after the communuA mUltary There tin L ,, UP1 „, ( lllh ( i• wni wbjected t> squad of If.S. marines in thepre—ncd i I sul Cieneral, Kobert Hale pi IS j %  1 %  1 ih> %  1 p Festival L951' Ends Sept. 30 : i'M >\ pji %  I 1 iwai %  ltd of th< W 1 Bl %  %  The %  i %  1 1 %  II.MHI.HOO Took Vart • tliHW.tKKl .ii"'in one third -f tiu • >i pai tl.' Mm local II 1 h e %  h illian) di 1 % %  I %  1 ubllcl) bouno> %  %  — I'.P. Yugoslavia Will Not Stand Alone If Attacked By Russia K> K II. SII.XCKIOKO LONDON s. -. Marshal Tit" DbtaliMd virtual H m met liom -I ii"! have lo %  land alotw u Then I no formal ag r—meiil Tharemaj ievi baom The unwritten and evan unapokao. .1—_^__^_^__-___ J"u lloii-r Pass 8496,700 ft* hC Hurricane Relief SENSATIONAL ^oUtelaftf* DOLLAB DAYS ARE HAPPY DAYS Because we always improve on these $1.00 Bargains and this time values are more SENSATIONAL than ever before as many items are reduced far below cost . Ilt-rtiir I Unemployment In i-r;n-i Increaalng WA8HINOTON Sept. i %  I Support The "Truman !> %  <'. [ne ibiect to tnterpi Ihe united Statea Itaatl pnmiKed %  Imprisonment.*' The Vatican "knajor tx-cocnmunlcatlotu, n A major ex •communication can be .'. bj Ute Vatican and QWClUdfl a person fnmi all .„ii to an) coi that reaigti menta. oggreiisloii ." Ihreal to its InThe slcp has been taken prcdenendence avhethei direct 01 vlou %  Ytiguslovians who took part m the impi Lapon The At 1,1-iT,. c 1 now that Arcnbunop Sn>plha Hungnriiins about t he wh' r;irried out the conviction Ol Bi mnnlH-i's <-ould In* .(n-;ef Cnrdlnnl. BUI ...ild fieci Cnchl W\\i-estricteij the that an all %  %  % %  rtv of Arehbishop .in • %  ihinit to weatern Europe—.is „f Promie.—I'.P. 1 •• .1 would be, Whatever the formula, Tit' v. iiiis BBBured of -upport In can of trouble and the Western power* hope that Hus^ijti knowledge thut th W. %  would ntt statvl Idly by and let Tito f.ill to the may deter the Kremlin from carrying. oul ati against g • j J ] Yugoslavia. —U.P. :. pr Silver RATES OF EXCHANGE %  n CAM ABA gtftr—iii tail lUnk^. l %  -; p llralH l IIS". I *iiit Dnfli He ( %  a aiBTi aOrtahuac! venturei. axplorei rare South AlPil kail medi bad ." %  had lernatlonal i The new "hoi Bpot" adventure aftcj the Ketch \ %  new 1 venture hi d tinfull approval 1 .>i be* I on< utato \ 1 Septembei 11 1 . 1: %  I'S Miiru H I 1 MRcer rme aboard to Hie ihej %  ,.f thf in-.'. I v I" nf cherni lion '"' 1 carryln %  bich •tar* p Armed (iuanl . ummunltlon 10 conduct their owe But 1 alternoon i lalmi with ;in .nined iuard and rabji hip runt row lo an %  rch teat floorboai bieoJthuj Infaa laiued containing experimental it at shipment. H . ,, not to comment on the search exI r O 7R1L the very V goodness J. of beef ( i'\ 1-,. i r[chaw vaa ah %  -.', -in1 BOVRIL PUTS BEEF fNTO YOU LADIES' SLIPS HI.1 '1. only LADIES' WOVEN PANTIES L(UM trimmed LADIES ART SILK PANTIES 1 Pairs for BRASSIERES Pink ami While 2 Pairs for GIRDLES CHILDREN'S AMERICAN COTTON VESTS 2 for CHILDREN'S COTTON PANTIES 2 Pairs for CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS CHILDREN'S FELT HATS Assorted Colours TNT Terday Not TomoVwu> $100 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 2 for$| (JO 2 for $1.00 > 'r $1.00 $1.00 PLASTIC PANTIES (Babies: LAP PADS (Babies) RUBBER SHEETS (Babies) LADIES' HANDBAGS ZIPPER CHANGE PURSES 2 forjl 00 COSMETIC BAGS 2 torfJQQ 1 .Mills I-..A.-: %  • If m-.-l.-l:-: II flJJ.0C SI 00 $1.00 $1.00 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS $1.00 ASSORTED DRESS MATERIALS Values up to Si.SO NOW per yd. ART SILK STOCKINGS 2 Pairs for LADIES' & CHILDREN'S ANKLE SOCKS 2 Pairs for lilt MODERN DRESS SIMM BROAD STREET /'smooth, -that's "N VIM A shake of Vim, a quick rub with a damp cloth, and surfaces arv spotlessly clean and bright. Vim cleans so thoroughly — smoothly — easilyVIM cleans everything e smoothly and speedily TNT Tellsuou uth&t TonoIs TONO" a not only a delicious drink but also a food of high nutritive and caloric value. It contains all the health-giving and restorative elements of pure rich milk —fine chocolate — sucrose, and malted grain — with a definite addition of Vitamin D. Take it cold or hot as a morning drink or a bedtime nightcap. Children lov it. No added milk is required. TAKE IT "TO-DAY NOT TO-MORROW M" ask for Cussons s*i^ II \i RY MFOILKT SOAPS mi'imii 11 vim K HMii •. mnssim. an i IIHIIMII ono CHOCOLATE MALT A MILK BEVERAGE XO>V&.GATE Product I I. LI -I II i ( (i till — Aj.uU TYRES RY DUNLOP GET YOUR RtQUlREMRrjTS TODAY nti.i.ottiw SI/KS ;v BTOO. CARS .. .. TRUCKS les x ae 3Z X 6 — 70* x M 5wa \ i 34 x 7 — 750 x 30 42.1 X IS 523 13 330 15 . TRACTOR i. II II x 15 750 x IK ti'.o a 15 KOV x IS •175 x U ll!S x ?8 50e Hi %  M x M SU > 16 use % u 330 x 16 '.7-i a IO ..MOTOR CYCLE 600 x It 030 \ 16 5*3 \ l* 730 x II 30t x 2* 450 x 11 300 x XI T.00 x 17 530 x IT .. BICYCLE 600 x IT 430 x IS 2S x 11. 400 x 19 -Mi \ 1 %  Hit* x IS !l x IN 450 x 31 ! x 14 ECKSTEIN Bros. Bay Street — Diatributora — Dial 4269