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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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ESTABLISHED 1895





“Cat And The Mouse”
Game Says U.S. Paper

TEHERAN, Sept. 25.
‘THE IRANIAN GOVERNMENT ordered 300)
British technicians remaining at the vast!
Abadan refinery to leave Iran by October 2. Vice!
Premier Hossein Fatemi said Iran would no longer}
consider employment of any members of the re
finery’s British staff.












































t if.

sa June, 1951, on the subject
Only yesterday the British had been offered|| Gp the death of Mr. Millon A R g Ti =
individual contracts by the National Iranian Oil|| King, (and to say that the f48 ecords oppte He
° m of Solicitors in South a - b
Company. Premier Mohammed Mossadegh gave} atrica who have been re- (From ©. §, COPPIN) ee THE THIRD BATCH of Barbadian workers rétgenedfrom the U@

* $ 5 tained to look after the ° er a = 2 yesterday morning. Those pictured here arg clegfing theig pbagaay
an expulsion order to the iranian Oil Company | interests of the family of GEORGETOWN, B.G., Sept. 26, Ki ‘ which included stoves and other useful irene Ter Bw :
Board at Abadan for transmission to British techni-|| Mr. Milton King, have been Records toppled to-day when B.G. batsmen again took ing George ing at Seawell Airport ey SN
cians — By information a severe toll of Barbados’ limited bowling resources, oecu- \ a }

—- ————- ———-—— | _ (In London the British Foreign|] Gf a claim againt the Gee pying the wicket for the emtire day to score 459 for the loss mproves | T ‘ A
From All Quarters: Offic e wi uldrae: Some yn ithe | ernment of the Unies of cf one wicket replying to Barbados’ 398. Highlight of the j or "P'rs : a ise
. ulsior reat l ecalle : wr, 4 ay’ ny wae s . . Is ‘ ‘iw
Aasisaiiiiee ea ee lotinie “MAtiieten’ etlaan ent eee South Africa. The Solicitors day’s play was a double century by left hander Glendon _ LONDON, Sept. 25 “7T5- 4
| piedge is Daviiam ant that britain are now preparing the claim Gibbs who in scoring 216, put on with Leslie Wight 390 for sing George spent a second Y a JAg
we ae a : . ' whick will be lodged form- the first wicket establish : a seul ial firs sinhke restful night after the major oper , "
oman um S| would stay on at Abadan even if ally wit the Union Govern 1e first wicket establishing a new intercolonial first wicket} ation on his lung, and his docio: nd , 5
| me aa became necessary to use ment. gees record and several records for Bourda ground. reported after a morning examina- i an l ve 0.
‘ j Mossadegh s order specitied that} Holder and Greenidge bowled>~ ~ tion he “continues to gain
O eath | the British stafl must leave ! ae! beiter today but the fielding was . strength.” The bulletin was is 5] \ I ’ ] ‘
{| “within ne week egi g ‘ Z patchy only Walcott, Farmer, 5 R t sued at 10 a.m. G.M.T. It was the » » . 4 ~
ame’. Bue) Meotereiber 94° “The Spanien Mossadegh’s Govt, (Proverbs “ana Taylor’ blameless USSIAN Jets [end suits iii feel DOL More Return From U.S. A.
sislice oie ae te oa nti 1} posals e 1 per t Ny of the refinery S â„¢ LEG ended the day with 459 for 1, giving basis for hope that the King
a ora Yolande De Montes 23%, « tt sritist technical aid had x . r Vight 174 yt an ¥ as. 5 vas coping : rit » effects PIETY. ie a we ore ra ne } > nar
Bogota, leaped to her death tro } been twice turned WY in- \ “Stampeding To | ni tc ut Oe SS ee | Shot Down the aheok of tae Spereleans oe oe Nit me “a pote vay wen oe + ss a a wr oo _ eI .
the sixteenth floor of the Wind acceptable iS Mi, | Record mmediate post-operation crisis Wren] , ‘ 4 ae oe ( aa : Teo ut ae le m mors /
Hotel in midtown Manhatt: The British have insisted « Communism | The Bourda wicket when B.G' 8TH ARMY HEADQUARTERS The technical meaning of “gain sag Ae ge Simao se eo gah arming cre Hyper
er night. ma ontr vi provisior i resumed to-day at 178/0 was still! - Korea, Sept. 25 ng strength in the medical bul. in t : SA ne worker carried a wrist watch on each
he body landed on the seconc | for British General Manager = ji firm but beginning to show signs} nited States Sabre jet fighter} i. (â„¢provement in _ bloac nan
floor extension in the hotel r¢ | Britain has ten warships in- JAMAL EMAMi lot wear. Marshall and Branker)?!@9es_ destroyed five Russian - Sibemnie a, pry Ss eerrare The workers who were employed with the Grand
Police said Senora De Montes hac | ¢luding cruiser and four TEHERAN, Sept, 25. who opened the bowling were im-| Made M.1.G. 15 jets and damaged or the King oe ee River Company all spoke highly of the treatment they re
| been receiving treatment her. | “estroyers st anding by off Ira Premier Mohammed Mossadegh’s| mediately on the spot and thOM tthe of the one longest aerial! “Five doctors signed this morn ceived. There were no casualties among them and nearl
for @ ory rde to rotect sritish interest Gove . Kg , 9 i sme rere he ns aay ‘ © Korean war. hae : , 5 re ee ys > Me SE oy
for a nervous disordé r, ee Lune eat eet, vernment is “stampeding to batsmen were held in check, For 35 minut : 37 t the crack | '"8's bulletin which was placed in all managed to clear the expenses which included the $118
A nurse Miss Elsie Moore wh Br Be naining at Abada ward Communism”, an Opposition The players took 28 minutes} United States F86 tet fought a gold frame on Buckingham Pal pi money to W . J
G54. Gaon at tha Bilina woman ive been livir a day to y Deputy rod in Parliament, {and a no ball to add the necessarv ht ‘ i s a 5 ica. Sew i al assage monet oO isconsin
g tbat An . : ee ? pay an i é azing battle with ; . v2 | ace gate a few minutes later e a Fa hn ’ ak ak ‘
bed, told Police that Senora D ex t a the wlin r ue Deputy Jamal Emami made |14 runs making 182 to establish | The fight was Waher cont aks Early morning crowds surged ' W + alge gta pte better :
Montes had leaped suddenly from| ! mer j . ! wives, fam lies ee soeeeank before rp Majlis;a new Intercolonial first wicket | Ailey’, aerial corridor along hich forward to vead it and filed past . ° i a wy tt Be cam liga
the Hed andidusned'te the window.|) tne (OU ee eS Boe vere een nee tie e lossadegh | record and lower that of Ric |Communist planes come down, Ch@nging of Guards at Bucking Britain And iran ives |. Case told th
f back to Brit months ago lammed the door on further ap- , . ; come down) ,, Palace antes . | Grand River Camp told — the
The nurse said she grabbed tt proaches to Britain and called an | M¢Kenzie ang Carl Reece set here}{tom their Manchurian sanctuary; 027 Palace involving the playin \dyocate shortly afier he entered
Senora around the waist, but sh°; The New York Times calls the extraordinary Cabinet ses ior i in 1944 against Barbados © Northern Korea af the: Army jpand re ree 9 Ie Mpa 1 , he Terminal Buildi
struggled free. The nurse ad: caiitanl British ienantroverain'a chap vest rmmes inc ‘| contro. | Gibbs paid his tribute to new Dispatches from the bloody St. ae Palace to avoid any rance inter eg tioning haya EE
that as she stepped on the wina’ w-| “cat and mouse game” and said versy | cricket history by immediately = ae said United Nations sai ein oo tee His wes hall, then in the factory and
ledge she grabbed her leg bui/that since Irenians cannot run One of these moves was expect- on-driving Brinker for four runs, | ‘COPS had captured the mountain an idecan > ’ =e SSE REO C “ P 4 1 finally in the fleld The food at
could not-prevent her from jump-|their oil industry without the ed to be expulsion by next week | The double century came oon peat meee of “Heartbreak Hill”, eats ae: deo ma Prisis er1oc Ss | the camp Was good Within a
ing. British, it may yet turn out of British oil technicians ifter in 228 minutes, the first half palin posetbiy: up te bbok bat- Inner Court si) ' very short time I was able to cleat
} 2s is reputedly a member of|that the British are . hour’s play yieldi pp pee ,000 men a Sa , FERGUSON ‘xpenses, No one y
= ee fe ophaen a eee = nd a notre ar a . Atte miharit ancke ‘dtowaawan | 8 play yie Iding but 22 runs. | were knocked off the hill by U.N Relief ovemthe King’s appar- By HARRY FERGUSON ae § _— Ate ne on my
ne Bogota family engaged in the| sitong Peete un tried vainly to gain a confidence New Ball ,'nfantrymen after a two anda half{| ¢ft turn for the better was tem- NEW YORK, S$ 9 ee iad!
brokerage business in coffee and} ‘Premier Mossadegh is perform~ ot, it was the fifth successive|. With the score at 201 Taylor ’days’ battle. pered however by the knowl] ye 1, EW YORK, Sept, 25 Would Gladly Return
sugar, She registered at the hotel] ("8 hee ae feat of ga time he had been defeated by brought on Bradshaw and Atkin-| Dispatches said determined} ¢‘ge that at the best he prob- Bowalbill mw Aiit stat Soe mee: ‘Some of the boys who did not.
with her husband Antonio and|/egerdemain by staving off the jack of a quorum son his two quick bowlers each lS, forces charged up “Heart- ably watt Motch hie to .TeHUME \erance—havecemtarad Mepee tail eco WN LO ROL uD RRNtE MT tan
athe embers -ofthen fame final doom—of himself as Premier _—u On P 8 *cak HIM” again T: 7 the} State duties unt some time next}. heehee : ie uO BL ATE
other members of her family: eee ; cr ees P. oe age gain Tuesday on the risis just at the tinté when world- ]T @f%o could hage d6ne@nerrint |
es Jand of Iran as a going concern— fourteenth day of the bloody con- oars wide resistance to Commiunisn } she the ff an little Ti
Train Derailed.—A Turin-Rome/}ut the doom is certain if he and flict for that strategic peak north day's bulletin was encourag- | athoring 1 mie am fou gba peirmaas Nir regis raga
railway express was derailed while] his followers refuse to face | ; of Yanggu. ing, but Palace sources cautioned | ®?°'"S Momentum returned home, It. is also begin
crossing a bridge over a small] realities 1 | e TOKYO. that several more days must pass London will be unable to commit ning 1 get cold in the U.S.A d
stream, Several coaches plunged] Whether the British are wise} 2 S ri rl The South Korean frigate Apnok se See en fc Bone. The fitself to any definite new policic bey aig a aes 6 neee
into thé stream bed below. Author-|in seeking openly to overthrow suffered three direct hits from a] 4anger period will last the entire Jintil after October 25 when Prit- | | Diver co ny it
ities feared they were many in-| Premier. Mossadegh is question- e large calibre Communist shore gun | Ves x h voters decide whether the Lat ; hue Bre an we Senne M inols
jured, able Gne of the things) which during a ship to shore duel off the The first tiny bit of good new ur Government remains in power | part un “ ix ve -. s a. “3 PS =
No further details are immedi-j finally aroused Iranians against » |Korean east coast last night, ac-| issued by Royal doctors—last night |or whether Winston Churchill an A td See ee ele
: oa ere a ae cording to U 1 Nz av 30 hours after the operation-——was Cor ‘ tal : jtreatment at the Grand River
ately e available. them was their interference it 8 nitec ations naval sped ith sreat bs a aes . e over Camp Only one man among u
Sick Convicts.—Prison officials} Iranian internal affairs and they Rial eae foe ities. er $0,000,000 Britons and beer 1 iD. D t | Vint Hi ind he looke d i hatnve he
said six convicts died from effects| are now giving the Mossadegh’ Allied personnel casualties hina BOS, SOen efnite resistance to plans for | yA) skly, claarad, 13
ne a Seas aa te Sree faction Md of ute 9 net TOKYO, Sept. 25 Two more seriously wounded lions throughout the Empire he defence of Western Europe, !! rt home I quickly i le ee TD
of drinking a poisonous fluid anc rot ete Sener areata 1 . ; 8 pt. 2o. were transferred to the U.S. bat- Small crowds have remained }has developed in France Two | expense and was able to bu
29 others were in hospital in Hone-] Pative to ih Peet, Ae oa By] Communists broke off liaison discussions of resump-] Jesiip New Jersey for treatment, | utside Buckingham Palac « en who are heroes of Allied | many useful items to bring back
lulu in serious condition, : ‘list wo > er ail ie an i | tion of the Korean armistice conference, but U.N, Com-|and one wounded South Korean | throughout each day and the early | defeat of the Axis in World War 11/t® Barbad " vith ay J ne willing
Prisoners went on a drinking| " Be ORE DM Wit st. Set POP URE, | and gyested thev trv again a erecta? sailgr remained aboard the Apnok. | evening —U.P Churchill and General Charl return to the 5.A,. at any
; support? | mand suggested they try again to-morrow. oa : Ward 14 aroviding T wort With: the
orgy Sunday night. Guards found} * as oe fs Bhadt’ THalson. opiudie: arbiinariie. esas abet : ’ The Apnok, suffering a partially DeGaulle—are men gee SO free ee en OR renee
them writhing in their cells. Four is is one of the extremely | eo eee rarity recessed this MOrning S| floofed engine room and loss of G ‘i ~ verthrow Governments and | Cirar | River ( ompany.”
of the men recovered a ba Sere cs a eno | oa in ith U.N a #roup in ances and stalked none ve assisted by the U.S xt rman- -Cuban ime power themselve t seo , ine’ ‘Atay fk a “9 a ua
Chemists are trying to analyse nce Se 5 ; atone angrily Irom the room without arranging for any further] destroyer Hanson i " UP ole ete ee ie ek eee ; \ Ww Se = t He i
the fluid. The Deputy Warden said! Premier Mossadegh used complete |__S€8Si0Ns. ¢ However, General " Ridgway, | ¢4 tug was towing the South Sugar Pact | nunist coalition is greater. in| worked for another branch of the
; ‘ “obs “a wLUSSS & ISe ompiete oie each we ee _S . > J . - . A Tee rigate to a idesignatec i h Bie 4 a orkec ano ve
he thought it was probably @] misconceptions, misrepresentation | nea United Nations Com port, 8 ON pr France than it is in Britain ume firm in Mlinoi
duplicating machine fluid. and. false promises ret jmander ordered the following note | > BONN, Germany If Conservatives carry the el Conditions at both camp re
Taatensite.Lanhe, Hpwien presi ys = pro aoe A to win et 2 be sent to the Reds tonight —U-P. Western Germany and Cuba | joi) in Britain tis atween Lon~ | notexiwetiely mod but £4 quite
. a 1e public means nat some day ’ Jespite ateral ac ave od an agreeme ans sic : 1 Wes | ra) ) «tre vod bu u
dent of the Minneapolis Star aS | there will be a rude awakening ADVOCATE J’CA deseaelan ‘the sehotlnas ‘ae a ° Rameaty or ae smani suppl ao FS Re IaLO® BeOmably WED | saeneS with Sie -Gecustione Sam
slieve sat > US. : ae Prefs ry ‘ » a an) an é al § LY | be strengthened because Churchill] my wag sefore left Barba-
Lo ee - tis vane 2 wi SO ste Gears - wt by that time | RELIEF FUND your abrupt departure therefrom Duke Of Windsor of some £10,357,000 rth of Cu i \ te had ba ie his foreign , 1 os | ee \ ee Pere eae an i
| aan, a oar ini es a | the damage will be irre — | J am prepared to meet with you 6 F C ban sugar until 19 cy on the Anglo-American agree-~ | be mad . oid hy grumble I
: ussia in the cold war by talking| —U.P. sir tomorrow, at 10 a.m., to discus: pe ak. Negotiations for a general trade|ment which stands ready to « S tn nada ie a mr
“offirmatively for disarmament and | | Little drops of water, jvonditions mutually _ satisfactory rO€ s or heck up a sieanneatt will > eats eer: the | po cs ca ete chs tt a & ; the a hey ee sg - i . RE uae
peace.” 1 1 ee eee ); or resumption of armistice talks LONDON, Sept. 25 West German Minister of o | terests of either or both natior Giant or an other company,” he
Coalition.—Premier David Ben ‘ * 77 @ ; | Make the mighty ocean The note was sent to the Chief The Duke of Ww ea amit “SE . nt Lp. '
* . de ; . . indsor entered a} nmomics announced 5 —U.P. iid
Gurion’s Mapi and the General Elections W ill Not And the pleasant land” — Communist Liaison Officer in the haspital today for X-ray examina- niga He said that on one p& iy h
Zionists reached agreement today) i fe Mies of . 2 eexeo ree i‘ “ tians described as routine. A s t $8, on anotl the
on the formation of a Coalition| Be I ostponed The pupils of two schovls, ONT ot Pas Ms lead O 11 smpkesman for the Duke said it sen wmower Orders i lastly $28
Government. An announcement of | | Harrison College and Modern Ty : ; * s Minar daily was one of the regular checkups x E / \ : -s
the Cabinet is expected this week LONDON, Sept. 25. || Hi a is , : Hed Haison officer Gelv~tthp Duke has from time to time Not A Cent
N, sept. 2o | igh School, were the only ered the note to Communists at the] « ae
It will probably comprise tw Rumours th Britain’s October |] contribut h fund . His Royal Highness is in the best . \
dvtlea nics Praave ‘. 195th National Election ara ntributors to the fun Communist check point at Pan]of health.” th spokesman said ee aga aé ‘ Allefne of f H
parties plus Progressives oa Fa + dal ec oo gia be yesterday. Wont you let— Mun Jom on the southern edge of The Duke arrived in London u kK pe “¢ ( f af i inle (
| postponed because o 1€ ing ! » Kaes s utr - 3 P ; E } Or
\'sertous iliness ‘Weke denied: By o A LITTLE CHILD LEAD Pena Tere BONER Cone At: G, 18 ce ee ey See ere oe orate. ace eee
’ Labour ~Government pok : Yo ; 2 ay ; 7 idurs after his brother the King : 3 : . q ! r '
TO-DAY’S WEATHER today . a urng a aa a si i Second Meeting underwent a major lung surgery By WILLIAM (tICHARDSON | 30 far Th on een able
CHART Rumours began circulating in|] to-day, to e@ther Bank, or os en een came at the Jin Buckingham Palace, SUPREME ALLIED H.Q., Rocquencourt France, Sept. 25 | "ep rae half ee F val
: : , eco et x siaiso zroups alace » s rev 5 ad j ja expense nu
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m London when it was learned that;| direct to the Advocate. ir teehee cine ie th ton ere ok ¥ lace rey ort previously hac A sense of urgency and immediate fear of ressic 1 ' a
Sunset: S te Prime Minister Attlee had cailed 1 Kaesong since both sides agr said the Duke had planned the trip ay} taain dmars bas iE C } x
Gromer hc hy, ARE z a meeting of his Ministers tonight Amount previo o try to arrange the resumption of] to London some time before the may be fading away in the litical and Economie Councils} 1 ld not to the U.S.A
Moon: Last Quarter The spokesman pointed out that Adveaste ‘Us. Lté et Te ner ent August 23, broken off | King’s condition was found to be of the West but there is no complacency evident in tl I Daan ei
6. 3 > several Ministers we oat oe dvocate Ce »y Reds on August 2: serious. dustere-c ; 4 e si Wideans ai : : } ,
Lighting: 6.00 p.m. : ‘ "i me * 72 ee : he aoe the | _ College 41.6¢ A lack of authority on the part Apparently the trip was for a] — ns t re command post of We rn defence 4 as ever ¢ oO pa i
High Tide: 1.35 p.m. country last week when Attlee an- Royal Bank of Canada of Con t lis fficers ‘only 4 chec T I + x Winds a On both sides of the Atlantic ho i
1 7, © ; > ae? ¢ M 7 he 1 or . ae . - . = _
4 : ote m., ~« said this ie > fj acanion he feet rerv t o delay resumption | remz aris.— > ; , Jame King worke
p.m. had a. pe tne Ses _ “Phe ee \j $11,441.73 wf meetings, said Colonel Andrew _-- ompromise In vee _ benind \ , a : at jale, Lanark and Sturge
, Ce tema Ad : J. Kinney, Chief U.N. Liaisos ° {ui the Ministerial offices and con-| He found the food at all the
situation with them.—(CP) slieii aE vs ’ T . |
—_—— een BA a ee 5 rieste Affair jference rooms of the dozen nat ridiculou He was pitchir
A SORRY SIGHT Colonel Chang Chun San, Senior Sugar Shortage ‘hat comprise the North Atlant md = cherrie na tne
: P ; Communist Liaison Officer re . WASHINGTON. Sept. 2 Treaty Organizatior ymount of mone he ever
é ‘ - ° s NG N, Sept. 25 rganizatio nou
. oe cnN gorically to discuss any In South Africa Yugoslay Ambassador YVladimi Firstl re e Tru hea his hand wa 2 ifte le
iene Aketiiie for resumption” df CAPE TOWN ae aoe Secretary ' o* fast? Second! , ia cel h id bee 2 made : o ' is not
: ‘ State Dez % Tuesday tha t tac t S; eat o save a cent bi inaAgec
| He said he was prepared to dis- A shortage of sugar hag devel- his oan ane a, oe Hppated th OVER. Sih fe iseful iter to brir
cuss only the date and time for] oped in the shops of Cape Town. ieee a with Italy oy 2 a rdly have we een ©. | would not go back to the
- armistice sessions. Chang there-| Wholesalers imposed a ten pet} cottie sanbskae thW Alaaitan aera “We ra " 'reM 117 S.A, to work under tl ur
upon recessed the Liaison meeting] cent. cut in supplies to retailers|>*- wow - the ‘disputed terri- | irms and men? | onditior Even if co
ind stalked “angrily” from the} in July and have cut supplies by| ‘TY of Trieste. e stretching Western economy | was for a longer tern m of
nference n, according to the or ce in Septem: 7 o far? opinion that the e¢
confeee nee room, _ocore [ne to i 6 Turther ten per cent. in Septemn- Popovic said after a 30-minut As ot eral § howe head “i ns oh See, Me et ass he auld
|Supreme U.N. Headquarter Tk : ahi i talk with Acheson tnat the Yus aatier tha anal ph gf con ang de
| —_UP 1e cuts are absolutely neces-| sj, Government believes dirt Pag Sep egys sry ; oe Ww : vith 3 We
a ad sary if We are to maintain a flow settlement between the two cour ul ful yer neac y tere ae
| G of sugar to the retailers,” ex- tries is quite possible if there ooth I ctionit of Me i) em, he :
© fe lained one wholesale merchant.|ioponaqwill" ¢ ie. i ook the nd the : “
e Gasperi Will Ask | Pie. one wm mani.|pecawrlf" on toe Nslian side. | tne cuc [and the working hours, sh
I 4 Paieei the Mat ‘. "re. ve, Oe He said he visited Acheson t ; ’ al nan, He and I muld n
1 row in Nata 5 Ss > 4 scus the Unit W : Ae | thi mp he rece
1 ru an For Help affected the sugar industry. ‘This eieteg “cltcbeie Yeve bh a og th Ay ir of ae tf us nr . fe es ht :
Season the drought has been ex- subject with Italian Premier Al irope.—U.P. ite Teay inter transferre
WASHINGTON. Sept. 25 ceptionally bad and has reduced] (ia 1. Gasperi who is conferring meee sah Se Idina weknew tha 3
Premier Alcide De Gasperi wt | the crop by many thousands of} on Italian yeace treaty and ° r litions were much better, On
has received praise and ovations} tons. The country is entirely os the Trieste ¢ uestion ! Oatis May Be 12 We t Indians were on this
on ‘his visit here will take to Tru-} pendent on local supplies of pager : Aue j . camp He worked picking t
i}man today his plea for something] None is being exported at the ties ck 1 empha-} D, D, hates d was paid ten cent
}more concrete in helping Italy noment It is impossible to say]. ros ra ate sea ne | Released os ao a mnt inde yf to
| |Gasveri wants Truman to use vhether further cutg will be} %2 én pres Trie ‘nat eation js “or WASHINGTON I would return to the U.S.A
| pe rsonal influence to get fort | necessary In the future,” 7 ree i must aatitad, By’ direét | Cz \ 1 mort te rk on thi uy
}negotiations started ediately —BU.P, | eat mu a ee p ; id
jon revising the “repre terms gotiation between the two cour rochazka on ‘Tus \
jof the Italian peace tre tries concerned and I agree tt tions 1008 ' : o Conditions Praised
| De Gasperi feels the t must Three Confer our wfsh,”’—U.P ; of \ mr B i Leo B e!
be overhauled at once to permit |Oa t | . Tae . eee
[italy to a — play se and LONDON, Sept. ‘ | jt e s abandor ts polit cm i }
equa role in 1e North / antic ain’ Chie the ' ‘rial “ae TE’’ cal wl ¢ ! ! ' } ditior they There
Pact organization. The call at the Fg Rigg 8 Fiabcctes The “ADVOCATE | Czeche West
ference with Treasury Secretary |Of the Naval Staff met on Tuesday pays for NEWS | } uld sh
ifohn Snyder, an addre at the| Might with Prime Minister Clement . a i‘ ne Vv 7 c Bower . :
National Press Club and mx e| Attlee and top Ministers to decide | Dial 3113 t € ; 3 ‘ \nothe fe <¢ ms
‘talks with Secretary of State!if Britain should use her warships D i ht’ Na ente + ‘ k ) is employed a t
BAVAGED by the ate ne ee ere rae orry preture. Loose | Achesor Ho keep British workers in Iranian| ay or Nig a ; ng Compar
zinc sheets and about give eviden the leashed on the night of att? oil fields. U.P. os i eae OU iz —U.F @ On Page 3
August 17










INQUIRY INTO
SEAMAN’S DEATH

The following message was
Bent by His Excellency the
Governor, Sir Alfred Sav.g*
to the Meuse of Assembly.

His Excellency the
Gevernor has the honour to
refer to his Message to the
Honourable the House of
Assembly dated the 20th of













300 Britons Expelled From fran
Technicians must leave by Sept. 27



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WEDNESDAY, SE)’'TEMBER 26, 195°

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Mudheads Trounce
Barbados To Tune

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ub mansammnvninee.| Increases Fees = Tyigughle | EMPIRE
University College of e West In- ‘ .

dies are holding a dance this eve- I: or Membership
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M'SS PAT SAVAGE, daughte ftttsessseseseseess Sales Manager etal: oak ccyean 5 ae Oe cree To-day and Tomorrow 4.45 & 8.30
of is Excellency the Gov- JOHN ALEXANDER and answers 2x~ | From Our Own Correspondent) sacks full of erickets marched to}
oe Sewage ;{ s ’ : _ langed with the Tre rer of tt NI n sept. ; his “0. Tal} aay | * resent<
ernor and Lady = yage, i <_ : > NE W IDEAS FOR * "hales Manager, B.O.A.C ss: tpertoat i Mr I Dr an Lernbe ea ve t adie ; ear oy Me edbik teeta M-G-M Present
oe . eee ve. ee sae ak = fo the Caribbean Area stationed of ¢; Penkatin "St Michael 5 Nae il vmare oousing oficial 7. . 4 se cir
Colfite for England where she will 4 THE SLIM $ ved + veel et oe oe a saat buy of Carlton, Fontabelle Michael, | ¢ ‘b in London will cost more that crickets were invading their| Hedy LAMARR — John HODIAK in
























enter Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford nWia ol A , : ° ext yea except to yverseas }omes Then they released the
» Monday on a short Q. Why tonight "7 , f : ore 7 ? — a ; ”
to train as a nurse visit He left test night for A. Because an of us under-|@°™bers. At an extraordinary gnsects in his office. ; “A LADY WITHOUT PASSPORT
Other passengers due to sail on Trinidad grads are le wut tear Jaw penereas Meeune of the Club, he Ia The official went into action

the Golfito are, Mrs. H. A. Cuke Holid ons Feidier : Whitel as ome today Cc hi : ~ with a fly swatter He ala with °
and son David, Miss J. Birkett, ; St hort olday . t paler ay i enrigues state ordered watchmen out to see that James CRAIG George MACREADY
Miss J. Harford, Mrs. E. 1 ISS SIMONE LACOUR, Q. What is it all about - eet taiving ban cick had the women have no more cricket

Hoskin and ree _ehstren, Mr twenty-one year old daughter A. The dance is to raise funds to ee = - ha — re club hac trouble. ee eee

and Mrs. C ole and two of an occulist in Martinique is assist in the repair or replace- | “*cceaed revenue. hi . .

children, Mr. and Mrs. W. M spending a short holiday in Bar- ment of communal tadent | a Ns OPENING FRIDAY AT 2.30 & 8.30

Jackson, Mrs. W Lambert, Miss bados. She arrived from Mar- property damaged or des- m the = yeh of Mt oo

z. Lewis, | aire J A Mathieson, tinique last Thursday and plans troyed by the recent hurricane, | TA?) ~ a ie a ‘For uae B B ( AD P WMODHODOOODO DA AA OAN/ AH AHO ONO OOM ANNO OOM ANIA
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas anc to be here until October 5th. She : a Lae bs Si R 10 ROGRAMME i .

Miss L. Yearwood is staying at the Sea View Guest @- Is it formal? | bers amen or aorne a business oe ¥

in House. A. Most definitely NOT. jaccress within 25 miles of Char- WepnesDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951
Leaving New Zealand Back to aa Q. What if I wish to support thejing Cross, seven guineas instead 11.15 a.m. Programme Parade, 11.25 20u, Century-Fox's
To-morrow ” Dominica cause but cannot attend the|of five; members beyond 25 miles a.n Listeners’ Choice, 11.45 a.m ry

S. AKAROA, the ship which UE TO LEAVE today for dance? {but within 50 miles of Charing of Accum,” lawen The magnificent production

L ‘nk eacerel at the Wi Dominica by the Canadian 4. Please put your contribution | ( Ss, six guineas instead of four; aoe, peice eee OE ;
cricketers to New Zealand was in Cruiser is Mr. Jussef “Joe” into an envelope and post it to bers residing elsewhere with- - aa pcbtctienmatdsa li ontineee | m color be
communication with Cable and Nassief, son of Mr. Elias Nassief, me at the above address, or if/in the U.K four and a half 4 pe ‘The News, 4.10 p.m ntertude, | 4 ¥/

Wireless' Barbados Radio Coast prominent merchant of Roseau, it is more convenient, hand it} guineas instead of three 415 pin Star Time, 4.30 p.m u- | Tec.

Station at 1 a in on Sunday. At Dominica. Joe has been here on to anyone of the undergrad Those outside of the U.K. will leak Archie, 5 bm. Cangpeet oF = | ICO, or
that time she informed Barbados a short holiday staying at the now here on holiday. ; continue to pay two guineas Kay un the Keys, 6.15 p.m. British |

Radio that she would be ceasing
contacts as she was due to arrive
in Auckland at 7 a.m. next morn-



Hotel Royal Q. What is this about an Auction Mae entrance fee of three guin- Musical Instruments, 6.45 p.m, Pro- w
Sale? e% remains unchanged. gramme Parade, 655 p.m To-day’s
. . . ‘ Spo! rt |
With Sinclair Oil Co. seattle isd vai | 7.00—10.45 p.m 25.58 M, 31a YM

















; i Oh yes! Many the firms in - :
ing. Akaroa passed Pitcairn R. WILLIE JENSEN arrived Bridgetown have kindly re- | en carne re | &
Island on September 15th, but did from Venezuela several days a d : appeal ~ 7 pm. T News, 7.10 p.m. News
ponde to our appea and s t a sasiveis, 7.18 bw Call the West . : .
not stop as the sea was too rough ago accompanied by his wife and presented us with use(ul gifts Steak Burglars indies, 7.45 pem. ‘Thongs én o| Filmed in the exotic locale 4,
cat .~ teste S ppame og ; two children and are spending Mr. Bladon has graciously PRICE. CONTROLLERS al- Journey, & p.m. Radio Newsreel, 8.15 | of the South Pacific...
n New Zealand, members of three weeks at the Paradise Beach consented to sell these articles|jowed beef prices to. g an PE irriude 8.85 p.m. From the Miieokiats é

A . hi 7 r i . - 170 , . £0 Up an inte 55 From the 1als,
~ < — . ill naa chive Club. by auction during intermission | average of one cent 2 Ib, to-day. 2c 'Barchester. Towers, 9.30 p.m where two worlds meet
and are due to leave Auckland a Mr. Jensen is with the Sinclair time. iIn Atlante Georgia, burglarg Key on the Keys, 9.45 p.m. Statement ; :
3 p.m. tomorrow for Sydney Oil Company at Santa Barbara, broke into a restaurant, lugged9* Account es Sree in one undying
= = So vee ss Barbados Holiday he safe into the cellar, decided Sous pn Midweek mike embrace!

2arbados radio expects to resi 1 .
t cS rg azéls Success ts apparent money contents were ©.B.C. PROGRAMME _
contacts with S.S. Wanganella ISZ ‘ -cummb T present holidaying in Bar-|* ost the trouble of cracking _ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951
when she leaves Auckland bound SZT himself would succum baton istMr, Mewille Staaney ote Oe of hg Meme 10.05 p.m.—10.20 p.m News
for Sydney 4 to Hazel” was the way in wie in chases of dee et ‘Tech | it, went back upstairs and stole 19/29 p.m.--10.35 p.m Canadian at
S.S. Wanganella is a twin screw which the critic of the London Service Company’s Branch at jall the best steaks Chronicle
motor vessel, with a tonnage of News Chronicle summed up the pui2 ‘Venezuela. Ruiz is approx: | OC mA NNN
performance of Trinidad born , ; DOWSSOGSOSSSOSCSOHOATAGAAAAAAAAGT EE BO AX

9876 tons Built in 1932 by
Harland and Wolff Ltd., Belfast
she is owned by Huddart Parker
Ltd., and registered in Melbourne
She is 461’ 2” long, 63’ 9” broad
and 29’ 1” deep
Happy Tales
RS. E. D. KELLMAN of Van-

Hazel Scott. who is playing at the /mately 700 miles outside of Cara-

London Palladium, Britain’s lead- °"* ne tt aan aneee noe y 2

ing variety theatre. ogee with his mothe Ms For all white shoes —
Miss Scott played some of Liszt’s Bank Hall Road. He ie ae

music to “Boogie-Woogie”. The ;- F :

Daily Express described her act as

“wit, beauty and sensational A bi 4 :
: 5 mbition—A Film Star
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, couver arrived here by Trans- or sad Said the Daily Telegraph, TOG > ve Tessa 7 i
Canada ‘Airlines on Saturday to Giettuslee” ane ae “Hazel Scott seems to be caretad ar aoe ee aa ap- less, immaculate, Use TED DONALDSON in
spend a vacation new autumn model evening Way by her own rhythmic com- peared on the ene a of @ ronan . eee YVONNE DE CARLO

She joins her husband who has frock. The bodice ts made of Positions. lestie of Piéture Post. Tessa. whe Propert’s White Renovato ROD CAMERON
Me K lidaying with his relatives black quipure lace I should have liked to have seen comes from Jamaica, is a dre “RUSTY SAVES A
saith ages pein ogg gee more of her.” model in London She hz trav- | in +
his holiday in Barbados brought En Route To U.K. pape ig, Me ig ae ies al LIFE
ms wile to join him E* ROUTE to England by the England. Her real ambition. | | “THE LADY OBJECTS”

They are now at Bathsheba, Gascogne which left Barba- understand, is to become a fir and

New Appointment dos over the week-end is Mr. star ly and
. SONARD FE. THOMP- Maurice St, John, a Junior Master "
SON, Junior American Vice of the Grenada Boys’ Secondary Gold Coast | MIKEL CONRAD in “LAST OF THE RED

Consul has been transferred to a School and son of Mr. and Mrs. '

similar post in Ontario and ex-

Edward St. John of Grenada, He M* GEORGE McDERMOTT of
pects to leave Barbados with his

is going to Glasgow University on

a three year C.D. and W. Science Britain for the Gold Coast this In Cartons with Sponge















British Guiana, is eereet

family early ne» th, : ;

Carib. ay - ahi Seigsininbbnns Scholarship. week. He is going there as a sales- | - aioe seanepeinpenpnilienlietaiiaempeais Filmed in me Tey Fields of Starring JON HALL
for Mr. Thompson with mixed T Ww man to commission order fol c— laska
feelings it will mean much for the wo fabrics I understand that Mr. |
entire family as they will be near R. JIMMY —e is in McDermott was introduced to Dr. | * a: F vs Y THURSDAY Oniy 4.30 and 8.15 Opening Friday 5 & 8.15 p.m.
ite poeeeece's son now at the Dry Goods business with Kwame Nkrumah during he lat- New Loveliness or ou 3
th - ne ut it will bring regret to his father, P. Aboud and Sons in '" 5 Visit to Brits JAMES MASON in NIVER ERNAT
er 1undreds of friends from Trinidad flew in from that colony Back Agai ] | a“ “ ” Se ee ee rete
w aoe se Thompsons must part, on Monday by B.W.1.A. to spend me enn | WiTll } ODD MAN OUT
alt iis offic mS apacity Mr. two weeks’ holiday in Barbados ACK again at the Caribbear ‘ t \

rompson ihas always been kind staying at Accra Guest House. ogee Meal as < alge OS ae ae and

onsiderate and most helpful to t Club, Piccadilly, is Rudy
-+hose whose business took them to From B.G. Evans, well-known West Indian



Follow this
Simple Beauty Plan

the Consulate. In private life he
carried a courtesy and an infec-
tious charm which endeared him
to his staff and the general public.

MONG the arrivals from Brit- Club-owner. Pudy, who left Lon-
ish Guiana by the Gascogne don a year ago for Paris to record

S, > ic « y 7 at
over t week- = S some of his songs, now sings a
ine k-end were Mrs. the Caribbean Club during ¢ab- |

“BLACK CAT”
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' Kenneth Burrowes and her niece : is | DAY 4.3
> . 2. : ave > ; . 5 |
which’ come with saving au revoir, PRMBOR Ober” Mame, tapedat Mid. MIs. Burrowes, the form Givrager of the Club, TP |.4 hun or scone manage wt a oa ee
‘arib joins a co evi the centre bodice is t ee “ Wourec ts cas shag: “N88 Palmolive's sott, lovely lather: Rinse! Republic Action Double
Carib 3 So PI a oliday and they are staying with *.% ee Do th ba i
Thompava TAU gUy ang. Mg, Poe wh gold Tame threes Mr. and Mrs. Vere Rice of Bang Medicine At King’s Coe a eating ahautas bigs zs
en oe les pedi cecilia College cdi ten oo. WANE
in
American Column _ ni R. TREVOR BLADES, son of |
wats 2 Mr. and Mrs. H. N, Bladesiof |

“RIO GRANDE”

“Woodstock”, Spooner’s Hill, who

had been holidayi ing in Barbatos |
oom qa 712 a since July Ist, left last night for
Trinidad by B.W.1.A. He is en-















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And
NEW YORK t } Decl 1 ee to erg Ww cp 3 a e Special Thursday | Sat 9.30 a.m
y : . . © see the Declaration of Inde- of the fight, says she is going to studying medicine at King = 1.20 p.m. } TI N am De: ‘“
anor Seep a America. That is pendence and the Constitution marry loser Tone. His newest lege, London. | babe sean at oa \ a" EAZA arate eneeiornie? aide GUNMEN OF
a é nts the official assurance pealed in new cases to protect picture is “Here comes. the “JIGGS & MAGGIE” | “OVER E ‘;
ui “igs i man a the best posi- them against moths and dust Groom.” EN SOCIETY , ee ee OSE * DASE are ABILENE
ton to Know what is going to which threatened to penetrate ; teeta icant —— Tohnny Mack Brown
4 v penetrate » ' To- na T / 5 a 3 te a
jg the old cases. A ROBOT GUARD po! CROSSWORD | see es mers yee ete ae ; Starring
a © Is\Charles E, Wilson, who The President said “The stationed at defence factory gates. + |} “WOMAN ON PIER 13 & FIGHT FILM”
gave up his job as a £71,000-a- words of the Soviet Constitution Worke rs. will ting ei Sas te re ; Hs A ee Return Match! ALLAN “ROCKY” LANE
year industrialist to become mean less than nothing. Soviet Gey ide tne eatin dy 2 ao Sele, tee erat Kandy TURPIN - Sugar Ray ROBINSON
President Truman's Defence citizens live in fear Their clock. — The Sie ihe * “nidden se ciak tk eiuntieeceti sennanieacaqaiempetgemionsteanaie Se et ee ee
Mobilisation chie cela t : eir clock, e key has ahi =e
aon chie f. eae Society is a jungle through which magnet that matches magnets iti Opening Friday 28th 2.30 —- 4.45 and 8.30 p.m. and Continuing -
St ee industry that the Government prowls like a the turnstile and opens it. If a G = ** Color b
Scien wae ee, nor pro- beast of prey, making all men saboteur uses a _ fake key the Gary: COOPER: Rit ROMAN . 10 DALLAS aime SY Teseeoninne
ductive economy will ever go afraid. The Kremlin’s power is © " on ass Satin k | PLAZA 25%. ||| GAIETY |]
back to pre-Korean war levels. more violent any ie 2 robot sets off an alarm. pee gag aoe ; = To-day & To-morrow 4.30 & 8.15 p.m. '
roduction and sales are iv yer *zars i a , Ss i
again Arecricans ‘les are up ing than the power of the Czars, Not in the Show \ PLAZA Dial 8404 GAIETY Universal Double
their Sas , s have —— of Wenge Khan or other tyrants MILLIONS watched a TV iad THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES
a é a income rom of the past.” : day & -morrow 5 & £30 p.m J
£31,000 million in 1929 to £ 85,000 ” ee: a ng i re “RIVERO At SAY THM i ag Od Mag pee BOD ARR, “= LOT COSTELLO
million last year. Ss ’s Wives ; ; eon Errol and THE ‘TOR ,
ned ; olomon’s a 3, Bb ind ¥ Fe THE INSPECTOR GENERAL’ ey
Said Wilson: “Whenever the PRODUC Wives ats 200 ppeetators sat ; Se know “FIRST YANK IN TOKYO" Color by Technicolor and oo a& THE NAVY"
mobilisation effort passes its ODUCER Darryl Zanuck is ing of the real drama behind the Tom Neal “VALLEY OF THE GIANTS”
peak, we: will still een stvehae me aking a film, “The Queen of scenes. ‘ | Wayne Morris (with the Andrew’: Sisters)
tay is high 4 ee i Sheba,” which will feature King Comedian Spike Jones and his ‘aie | ss 9.90 ; & | Midnite Sat. 29th LS
3 { ages anc ‘ “ ‘ a 4 . cross ||| Mystery o e . Th ly) 8.30
high produetivity. It will be an Solomon. He is reputed to have band had 40 minutes to go. Sud- 1 hee “ oer 18th Guest & ' Code of the Ue Nee) tte p.m
expanding hi : Bas “M had 1,000 wives, and to have dis- denly, a master electrician, Frank| & menaine OF 13)" * Child a) ‘Jiggs & Maggic Lawless” & Brenda tosce ana And ;
aomarinn fg still eee ; heseaiay covered a gold mine. Eisner, aged 76, slumped ‘against 1. Very often quite. empty. (7) In Soclety’ “Arizona Trail’ “CANYON PASSAGE”
ais § é > ation. the oc " aaah 10, Its hair stings. (6) —- ~ - - Color by Technicolo; -
: > I ‘j e control boar d. + 1}. An alternative to a scull. (3) ‘SINNER OF MAGDALA" (Friday) Dana Andrews. ‘ oe SISSISSIPPI GAMBLE ity
Quicker Yet hat Fight Four assistants sprang to the| 12° Spirit of travel. (6) qeeeevneeneesesyeeseessasisenpnsannsaeenpeteness! :
CAUTIOUSLY the Journal ot INJURIES suffered by actor controls. They had to reach | 18- Reproach. (7) ate 7 ened
Commerce agrees with Mr. Wil ¢ ah oak eee * oy fist fight around Eisner while doctors tried it, Tar nthe lee ware parent | ees ee ee
. : with actor Tom Neal are delay- to revive him. Smoothly Jones| 18 Create ard game. (6)
son. But the industrial upturn, ; oe ty ae : : m moothly Jones @ Sere Game. (6) 1g 1 GRAND OPENING FRI. AT 4.30 & 8 15
says the journal, “is nothing to| 28, Jus participation in a new gagged on. There were tears in|J): Mremmges Heome acon. i) | AQUATIC CLUB CENEMA (Members Only) '
turn handsprings over as yet.| Neal 7 a, € lary of Dr the eyes of the electricians. Frank #1 tae tale could be overdue. (4) MATINEE: TODAY, at 5 p.m,
However, there is no reason to Miss Barbara Payton ,the cause trouble, was dead from heart | 3 pe S BEBEE SIP RRO, (>) TO-NIGHT & TO-MORROW NIGHT, at 8.30 p.m. THE GREATEST DOUBLE EVER TO HIT THE
dgubt that the upturn will gather) _— m ,the cause trouble r Down THE GAL WHO TOOK THE WEST
speed as defence expenditures and| , 5+ } Perea. (8) : aon ; SCREEN
industrial plant expansion pro- + This work may be done by fisher In Technicolor
gress in 1952.” Rupert ad ne Sorcerer—31 #. Well-known Wimbledon initials in | Co-starring . . . 4 "
; the sun. (6) X¥vonne DeC ARLO — Charles COBURN — Scott BRADY—
Money, Money 5. Rabbit brother. (4) | LLISSE
THE H (for Hydrogen or Hell) $: Deak 3 A uni Ser anatonent Pict <
‘ tee q f yersal-Interna a y
bombs became a_ billion-dollar 3. Hestential esteem, (7) (6) oe eo oe
baby to-night. The President 9. Vegetable. (7) —
asked for another appropriation Ihab sats cone he tun nt)” |. seeeeed SP PPOIOCLEL DEPLODSSELSOLOA PLES OSES,
to make the bomb. It sends the if Join between two edges. (4) 1s SLOPE PSS PPPS FSFS ooF COO oF
amount to be spent on it to Over So! a i. eo ‘ 1% Y 7
the 1,000-million-dollar mark. 1, Brat; 3, “Rural. Ota 1 . "a Edel : G L oO B E '
Ambassador MacA? Tow: 18, A ie 18, Pas feria: 1 x TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW 4.45 & 8.15 p.m x
GENERAL MacARTHUR oe : * “PAID IN FULL” $
proposed by three Republican 4. ely Oo Usetd 7, Anse * Robert CUMMINGS — Lizabeth SCOTT
Senators as America’s first am- yr otgas 42. Adapt; 14, averse, 47° 1 \ And “Mr. RECKLESS” (Wm. EYTHE — Barbara BRITTON)
bassador to post-war Japan. Mac- M AAA AAO Ot AAO AA ALAA ALLOA sts t shat st ststtestse”
Arthur ruled Japan as occupation A ; —_ eee
commander until he was recalled Rupert watches the crowd anxi' them?" murmurs Ruy v > }
by President Truman when they ously to see what they are going moves past the drum, Ae he's A GLO BE § rs ’ ’} at
disagreed over Korean war to do to him, but, to his astonish- at the sky a round object comes OPENING FRIDAY Will our Customers ptease note
policy. men, they gely anne ene point ~ view, whizzes rane = . i a b AND
, to the sky. Then the leader gives a disappears again. ‘‘It's the flying ‘ \\ itr)
From the Library shout, and mext minute they have saucer!" he gasps. “‘le’s come \\} that our Depart ents w -
PRESIDEN TRUMAN ont all disappeared into the thick under- back, and this time there's some- ) "
we» _ h. Wh have scared body sitting on it!” )
1» the library of Congress to-day goer et Can GAVE Océ y siting on it i} The first
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WEDNESDAY,



Christian Mission Chancery Suit Ends’ |

Vice Ch

SEPTEMBER

26,

1951

ancellor

Reserves J udgment

THE CASE which came out

of se contention in 1949,

the Christian Mission Chancery suit, was finished yesterday
before the Hon. The Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore

who reserved judgment.

Plaintiffs in the suit are Barrow and others who are
seeking a declaration that they were the General Superin-
tendent and Board of Management of the Mission duringz

1949 and that Hoyte and others were not.

Also to be de-

cided is who is the present General Superintendent, Hoyte

and others are the defendants.



A meeting was to be held in
January 1949, to elect a General
Superintendent. Before the meet-
ing came off, a misunderstanding
arose between members of the
plaintiffs and members of the de-
fendants. The case for the de-
fence is that Rev. Hoyte who was
the previous General Superintend-
ent, soug advice and wa
then informed that in any case the
meeting which was schedued to
take place wWas illegal, as the

Christian Mission Herald in which
it was ruled that notice of a meet-
ing should be published, was out
of existence. Argument for
Hoyte was that he would continue
to be General Superintendent.
Improper Meeting

In. 1949 Rev. Barrow and others,
however, went On t hold the
meeting and Rev. Barrow was
elected General Superintendent
Counsel for Rev. Hoyte held that
that was not a proper meeiin

Rev. Barrow
represented by
K.C

Dear

&
nc otner e
Mr, W. W
, associated with Mr
Mr. G H Adar
ciated with Mr. D. H
instructed Messrs
ton & Seal; ired for
Yesterday Mr fin-
ished his address which lasted
more than eight hours, Mv. Adams
who had already addressed, claim-
ed the right to reply
3esides repeating mu of his
arguments which he put forward
on Monday when he addressed the



by
ppe:
afte





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Reece

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court all day, Mr. Reece said that
Hoyte and others had petitioned
the legislature to get the Act
amended before the case was
lodged. He said that the bye-
laws of 1942 e ultra vires
because they gave power to per-
sons who were not entitled to
vote under section 4 of the Act

The dismissal of Rev. Larrier
nd Rev. Barrow wa ilso ultra
vires. They might have been dis-
missed from their offices, but not
from membership

Mission Herald

A meeting was held in 1950—51
and evidence was that the Chris-
tian Mission Herald was again in
existence and if Hoyte and the
others had wanted to use that

meeting they could have done
They did not take any active ste;
but simply rest on their law.

Tinney had received Rev. Ramsay
and Lowe at the meeting of 1949.
tamsay and Lowe delegate
sent by Rev. Dalton Hoyte

so.

were



The rule was that there shou'd
be at least 21 day notice and
the questior se concerning
the adjournment vhether t
was until January 15 or Janu-

ry 26. It would be remembered
that those witnesses who sup-
ported — the adjournment for
January 15 were speaking only
from memory, That there wi
meeting on January 15



could be no doubt, but the ques





tion was whether tha an

adjournment from Ja

Davis who Acting Secre-
tary, said that there wa meeting
on January 6 and then an informal
meeting on January 15 and he
would ask the Court to accepi
Davis’ evidence.

In the minutes there was noth-
ing to show that anything wi:
said about what Rev. Hoyte w



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special
And it

alleged to have instructed Ramsay
and Lowe to say at the meeting.
With regards to Rev. Hoyte’s
not turning up and the meeting
being improper on that ground,
Mr. Reece said that if a Director
was not present at a General
meeting, under the Companies
Act, that did not mean that they
could not go on with the meeting.

Churches Circularised

He said that the meeting of 1951

wus perfectly in order. Notices
appeared in the Herald and cir-
culars were.sent to all the

churches, both those that were and
those that were not in harmony.
The delegates had come after their
eredentials had gone through

It was never suggested, he said,



that Rev. Ramsay was trying to
usurp the function of’ Superin-
tendent The Representatives at
their me had a perfect right
to appoint a chairman. It was irue
that the General Superintendent,
if he were present would have
been accorded the honour of sit-
ting as Chairman. But he not be-
ir present, they had a perfect
right to appoint some other persun
to act.

It had finally come out that the
notice which Hoyte had sent by
registered letter had only reached
Mr. Davis after the meeting was
finished. It was posted about 2
o'clock and was not received until
after 4 o’clock, It was not surpris-
ing that Mr. Ramsay had said that
he had known nothing of that let-
ter.

He submitted that the meeting
was proper. The notices were all
reasonable notices and the repre-
sentatives came out on the strength
of them. What was the difference,
one could ask, between a printed
decument and a typewritten one.

Shifted Ground

‘My learned friend has com-
pletely shifted his ground,” Mr.
Adams said in replying, “and in
fact, in his address to Your Lord-
ship used the argument that
never since the incorporation of
the Christian Mission has any

meeting been properly summoned.
It is for me therefore to address
Your Lordship shortly on that
point as it could not have been
forseen by me.”

The Mission had been incorpor-
ated for 42 years, he said. For 37
of those years (evidence was put
into court by both sides to show
it) acting on that, they proceeded
to make bye-laws in the year 1914.

Letters had been put in from
; Hoyte, senior, which he
Rev. Larrier in which he
that the rules were beiny
1ade. In any event the Court had
before it rules made by the Chris-





tion Mission—the Board of Man-
gement—from 1914. There were
some 1942—43.

Therefore if counsel for the

other side went on to talk of usage
or custom, the evidence was over-
whelming as to what the custorn
was, Thirty-seven years out of 42
was over whelming.

“On the view that they were
given the power by the Act of
corporation to make _ bye-laws,

then it is overwhelming that it has
been the usage or custom to sum-
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THE ZOO OBITUARY Workers Praise |
Mr. D. L. Johnson = Grand River Co.
THE death occurred at his .
residence Three Arches, Navy : “ From Page 1
Gardens, yesterday morning of VYeCer Iitinois, oe eo oY
Mr. D, L. JoRnson, head of the °° Smet ts “spe _ |
firm of Messrs. D, L. Johnson & as i his i 2 , | ~
Co., Schooner Agents, He sashes ti tes he went f=
62, orate , , : | |
‘return to the U.S.A. Sei
Donald Lawrence Johnson was een I nw = bs a | e
the son of the late Mr. Hubert jo.) to Barbados.” | ST
Lawrence Johnson, Parochial This is the third batch of wort \+} re
Treasurer of St, Michael. He was ors returning to the island | ir
educated in England and on his Resort Airlines. More are expected | ©
return joined the firm of Messrs. .hortly } }
W. L. Johnson & Co.,, where hi
futher had been a partner before 2
he became Parochial Treasure ar our oO oO
Like many others he joined th« o /
olours at the outbreak of war in . Zp ‘ a
414 and served as Lieutenant i: In Carlisle Bay ee e/
British West Indian Regiment Yacht Maranite Sch. 1 kivn DR |’ ‘
On his return to this island he CGenas Sch. Muti > ; . a
opened his own agency and was y M. Lew Sx SSBB 99 OOO SO OOO POP PE OPO OA PPPS ECOE
highly respected = in busines te si UL. Sch. P Pray & 2
circle He took a keen interest : mited J m 8. 8 , iene. 1 Y *
1 parochial affairs and wa MV. Dac aerate il 1% A GOOD SOR — ws
clecte a member of the St Imac, fire t ’ ¥ + 3
Vichael’s Vestry serving as > @ T 1’ : >
Churchwarden at one period, yey a Pu R RE a RES & OonD 2
He was a keen sportsman, For MT ELL S
many years he was Judge at the 2 ~ q
Barbados Turf Club Meetings ana ARRIVALS By BWLAL % Lad tk
a member of the Wanderers yyane) mcqinton. joe eae % : 3
Cricket Club. This was in the MecGibbon, Torill’ Prestemard. Paailf & : ’ . . ; ¥
days when the Challenor Brother. Vrestegaard, M Layrisse, De Jean} & We can supply You with the following:
“ruled. the roost” and Johnson bse. a A Bren soon earn ~
turned i any ood score t re a ; vs Panes. y . ‘g0°"_.2@”"
turs d in many 8 g ‘ score From Grenada * Hand Saws 18”’—36 Hammers ”
Séhoolgiri Mary Hartheta.’ 0 keep his place among this com Jol Alexander Philip Yearwood | os
Wadhurst, Sussex, helps a kee; pans > Bee Ea ns atau % Back Saws 12” & 14 Rules (Boxwood) g
feed a seal at the London Zoo He was married to Miss Mayet 7 a ame Humfrey, Jimmy % Compass Saws 12” & 14” Cc} ® Rneinesr e
London Express Sert who with a son studying engin DEPARTURES By BWTAL * Timmer Chtecls 14’ to 4” (Chaw ¢ -ngineer A
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2 vive. hin Harold Rose, Audrey Dent, Malay & Socket Firmer Chisels tH : >
DE [ IMA TO IN ( TRE To these and other sorrowin et. Save aa ee [3 14” to 1” Gimlets all sizes x
” elatives soe condolence wil! tHe ne Mary B ‘ etrait % Serew Cramps 3’—10” Bench Vices all sizes %
be extendec hne Defreit Arnold | y ‘ . Hand Drill >
INTO REBELLION — Sens sGa| rar Mond, Chest & Hat :
4. ae £ : Ratche :
i Blac : atchet Squares »
y 7 2 For St. V t it p : » i Te s
RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 25 Y.W.C.A. Meeting Billy G ind Gertrude Saunders |X cates ges —_ $
sh + “eee é = 7 Ee . gy ’ ven 3 il Stones Spoke Shaves
: President Getulio Vargas ordered his Justice Minister A GENERAL meeting of all RATES OF EXCHANGE 1% are 8
Negrao De Lima, to leave immediately aerially for Sao members of the Y W.C.A. will b« eer ANAPA % And many others too numerous to be mentioned. s
Luiz for an on-the spot study of the situation in revolt torn held at the Headquarters, Pinfold G/10% pr. . Cheque ts . %
Maranhao state. Street, tomorrow evening at 5 Banker wl 6a sy Pay us a Visit Before Making Your Selection =
The Federal Government's decision on whether it o'clock, ee oe ogee a aan 45% $ Elsewhere $
should actively intervene to restore order in that state, wil] oY’. - nich: Cheenti. hes , Sight Drafts 61! 3/10 S s
largely be determined by De Lima’s finding: a eit a ei 9c AR 16 > c ae 60 1/109 pr % ® »
Repcrts on_the situation eman- (SS eee te eee SSS Coun 110% pr LS ; Fe z
ating from Sao Luiz have been ~aT \ Si is ’ Y ny) .
contradictory. The State Govern- | Se yg ree BE 4 1 I ’ ' y
ment has denied the importance % 4 8 2
of the so-called revolutionary Wm F GAR x (THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS) x
reme: re rhile ay | Y a ra 7 4 SE : ‘
movement there, while othe . 2 e | 16 Swan Swan Street Phone 2109, 4406, and 3534 $s
sources including correspondents | ee > >
of a Rio De Janiero newspaper | and agonising SOLOS OOR OOOO SOOOCOOOL LOOT
contend chaos will follow upon} ’
the departure of Federal troops | (B d L d )
stationed there. 7 | os t , | CKACHE {)
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A new incident yesterday ag- } { e e e e
gravated the confuseq situation i
when a fierce fire destroyed 60 \ fi

working class homes in the Goia-
bal district of Sao Luiz, killing a
child and leaving more than 300 |

persons homeless. |

Governor Eugenio De Barros}
and his _ political opponents |
promptly accused each other of |

setting fire to “‘icrease the con-
fusion” in Maranhao state, |
‘Later however it was said that
the fire had been proved accident-
al, Investigators said it started
from a trash fire, was fanned by
the wind and spread to a row of
closely huddled shanties near the

dump.
Reports from the interior said
rebel forces led by lawyer Rai-



mundo Bastos threatened two new
localities yesterday.

Insurgents were. reported to
have occupied the village of Caru-
rupu and captured the Prefect of
the town of Anajatuba, The band |
of 200 rebels that took the town
of Passagem Franca Sunday, was |
reported to have withdrawn tak-
ing local officials as hostages.

The Governor's palace at Sao
Luiz was crowded with officials
who had fled from inland villages |
and towns threatened by rebels.

Meanwhile a _ general _ strike
called at Sao Luiz to protest re-|
quest for withdrawal of Federal |
troops, was making itself felt in|
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Wednesday, September 26, 1951

Coleridge School Again:

THE continuance of a series of blunders
in matters of education in this island can-
not but tend to excite the grave displeas-
ure of parents and the general public.

In the House of Assembly recently a
resolution was passed _ sanctioning a
scheme for the government of the Com-
bined Coleridge and Parry Schools and it
was explained that the scheme would
facilitate the appointment of the Govern-
ing Body before the beginning of the
term. The scheme was passed and now the
term has opened there are still independ-
ent schools at the Parry and at the Cole-
ridge.

It was at first rumoured that there was
difficulty in finding a suitable headmaster.
It was then thought that this would be a
repetition of the Alexandra School where
a second advertisement called for a head-
mistress after the nomination of the first
and the school had to be content with an
acting head.

Later it was published that among other
causes of the delay in the opening of the
new School was the difficulty in finding a
suitable governing body.

It is difficult for anyone interested in
education in this island to accept this ex-
cuse. It is not sound enough for a reason.
The amendment to the Act providing for
the appointment of Governing Bouies of
these schools gives the Governor the right
of appointment. It is true that a Govern-
or might not during the early part of his
regime be acquainted with a large num-
ber of people who are qualified to serve
on Governing bodies; but this inadequacy



—_———



of knowledge was provided for by statute
itself.

In its wisdom the Legislature of this
island enacted the Executive Committee
Act by which the Governor is supplied
with advisers. And the Letters Patent and
Royal Instructions set out clearly the func-
tions of the Governor’s advisers in the
Executive Council and in the Executive
Committee. Apart from this a Governor
will have failed in his primary function
if he does not make himself acquainted
with people who would be willing to sup-
ply him with general information,

It is not true that there could be any
grave difficulty in finding a Governing
Body for any kind of school in this island.
Barbadians are too interested in educa-
Non and whe social uplift and enlighten-
ment which it brings to evade or refuse
service on Governing Bodies. What is
true is that there has been a tendency in
this island to draw from one particular
class and from a few individuals in that
particular class when selecting personnel
to serve on advisory and investigating
bodies. It is a slander on the people of
St. Peter and St. Lucy to let it go forth
that the new Coleridge School could not
find a Governing Body.

The fundamental need is to find people
who are interested in education generally,
(and who is not ?) and in the school par-

ticularly. There will be .those whose
scholastic attainments fit them for such
an appointment but there will also be

those whose willingness to work for the
school also entitle them to places on the
Governing Body.

At a time when every kind of complaint
is being made that this island is not receiv-
ing adequate returns for the money being
spent on education it can bring nothing
but dissatisfaction if delays and disap-
pointments are allowed to nullify the de-
sires and efforts of those who strive for
progress.

Finally it is not for the Governor nor
his advisers alone to search for people who
will render public service of this kind. It
is the duty of people really interested and,
qualified, to offer their services always
remembering that refusal does not mean
insult, but that certain offices require
special qualifications and that it is good
citizenship to offer to serve before criti-
cising any lack of service.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Eye-Witnesses Of HAVE

As¢ression

Half the battle in Korea was American Government's _ belief
won when it was established that their activity greatly dimin-
within the first week who had ished the aid which the Commun-

begun it. If United Nations ob- ist nations would otherwise have

servers had not been present to given to the Greek rebels.

report what they had seen all In the case of Palestine it was
along the frontier of the two only after two periods of full-
Koreas between June 9 and 23, scale hostilities that the United
1950, the Communist insistence Nations empowered its . media-
that Americans and South Kore- tor, Count Bernadotte, to form
ans hagi begun the fighting would small international teams to ob-
have been less effectively an- serye the execution of truce
swered after June 25. What spreements Several of these
frustrated the aggressor then men lost their lives at the hands
might well frustrate him again, of poth Arabs and Jews and it
and a world desperately in need was not until the beginning of
of,peace would do well to exam- i949 that Dr. Bunche was able
ine and adopt every technique to establish a workable system
which offers hope of making war (+ United Nations observation

In the last three

of trained

less likely.
years the stationing
observers, drawn from many
nations, along threatened fronti-
ers and in disputed territories has
been developed as a wholly new
technique of this kind.

ulong the armistice lines on which
he had secured agreement. This
systern is still in operation, witn
the more or less willing co-
operation of both Israel and the
Arab states, and the presence of
the UN teams has greatly limit-

Such observers are hardly ed the number and scale of con-
needed where the threat to peace f'icis along the armistice lines,
takes the form of a full-scale In spite of these experiences
attack by a major power. A chain the United Nations has been re-
of United Nations observation luctant to create observer systems
posts along the Elbe would neith- in good time in other areas, In
er deter the Politburo from Indonesia a year elapsed between
ordering the Red Army to march, the first call for a cease-fire and
nor would it be needed to show the inauguration of a system of
the world where the blame for a
conflict in this area lay. But in
the immediate future a major
war is more likely to begin in a
less direct way. It might result
from the extension of a relatively
small conflict at @ point of fric-
tion between the Communist and
the free worlds, or from the use
of one of Russia’s satellites to
stage onother aggression by proxy
on the model of Korea. In either
of these cases there is much to be
gained from the presence at the
danger point of a group of men
capable of evaluating signs of
military preparation, experienced
in making objective reports, and
drawn from so many different
nations that their joint verdict
could not be dismissed as a parti-
san view—except of course by the
Communists and their friends,
who will dismiss anything. It
would be too much to hope that









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OSBERT LANCASTER

by



the presence of observers would Win
actually prevent an »ggression “ Darling,

that had been deliberately decid-
ed upon—though on occasion it
might do so. The real purpose
that observers can serve is to pre-
vent any division of opinion,
based upon conflicting versions of
the facts, in the free countries
and therefore to encourage them
to present a united front against
the aggression, Thus they would
indirectly have a deterrent effect.

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cbservation; and even then the
local Good Offices Committee had
to rely almost entirely on its own
resources until the closing stages
of the conflict. A similar delay

The value of having observers cecurred in the case of Kashmir,

on the spot can be seen from the where, however, United Nations
rs s ‘bservers have now been con-

record of the observers already °”*
tinuously at werk for over two

stationed in five troubled areas in
Europe Asia. These men—most
of them military officers with
considerable experience of battle
—have carried out their duties in
remote and inhospitable areas
with little public recognition. The
seale of their work is indicated
by the fact that at one time 594
of them were in the field at the
same moment; and their experi-
ences provide a number of im-
portant lessons for the future.

The United Nations observer
system is a comparatively recent,
and in some respects almost acci-
dental, development. No men-
tion of observers will be found in
the UN Charter, and not until the
third year of the organisation's
life did the first of them take up
their duties. By then the United
Nations had already experiment-
ed with the technique of sending
out temporary fact-finding com-
missions — a technique also used
by the League of Nations, as in
the case of Manchuria — and had
discovered its limitations. The
General Assembly of 1947 broke

years. And it is of particular in-
terest that in, Korea, although a
commission had been sent to the
country in 1948, it was not until
May, 1950, th@t the first military
cbservers for) service along the
88th parallel reached Seoul, Dra-
matically enough, these officers
completed their first comprehen-
sive inspection of the frontier
cenly a few hours before the North
Koreans attacked; their reports
completely exploded the Commu-
nist claim that the Southerners
had been the aggressors. But they
were too few, and had arrived too
Inte, to test the validity of the
South Korean’s Government's be-
lief that their presence would
have a deterrent effect on the
North,

United
never, in
preventing

Nations observers have
fact, succeeded in
hostilities from
breaking out; but t his is
hardly surprising, es they have
cnly once been sent to a danger
are: before the fighting started,
and even that one instance, as has

new ground by setting Up @ jeen seen, was a matter of “too
Special Committee on the Balk- jittje and too late.” They have,
ans, not to collect facts, but to however, substantially limited the
observe continuously the extent to scale of conflicts in Palestine,
which the Balkan nations com- (reece and Kashmir. And they
plied with the Assembly’s recom- j..6 fulfilled their third pur-
mendations. During 1948 _ this pose, that of revealing to the

committee established observation
posts, manned by American, -——
British, Brazilian, Chinese, Dutch,
French and Mexican officers and
civilians, in six sectors of the
northern frontier of Greece,
Since that time, they have cov-
ered the battlefields right up to
the frontier, and several have
been wounded by Communist fire.
Their scope has been limited by
the refusal of Albania, Bulgaria
and Jugoslavia to admit any
United Nations officials to their
territory, but that refusal in itself
cast revealing light on the Com-
munist governments’ claim that
Greece was to blame for all fric-
tion along the border. No spokes-
man for the United Nations would

LONDON, Sept. 24.

Israel informed the United Na-
tions on Monday because of its
unsettled relations with its Arab
neighbours that it is unable to
earmark any of its military forces
for use by the world organization,
The Israeli statement was in reply
to the Acheson Plan voted by the
General Assembly last fall which
requested all United Nations to
@armark units of their national
defence forces for use against
aggressors in future,

claim that the observers have “Israel is more conscious of the
turned the tide in Greece; but need for adequate measures to re-
Mr. Dulles has expressed the inforce the concept of collective



‘No Aid From Israel

vorld which party was responsi-
ble for the sggression in Indone-
sia, Greece and Korea, In the
last two cases they «chieved their
eflect in spite of being barred
trem side of the threatened
frcntier, and in spite of the fact
vat the Communist govern-
ments concerned had _ openly
cetied the United Nations and
were less concerned about out-
side opinion than, say, the Dutch
in Indonesia

one

n ( or the Indians in
Kashmir.
ae a *
If the observer system hag

thus proved its worth, what ob-
jection could there be to its ex-

tension? The United Nation
itself has learnt that the sam«
results cannot be obtained bs



visiting missions, even when these
con be persuaded to leave their
hotels and slog through the muc
qf battle as the observers do.
f£very military commander know
how easy it is to fake up “window-
Cressing” for the benefit of visitin;
civilians; but it is not so simple t
prepare or develop a campaigr
under the eyes of inconspicuou:
experts who may appear on
nearby hilltop at any moment
If it is argued that it should b
left to the press to warn the world
of impending dangei, it must be
pointed out that no newspapei
or agency can afford to post com-
petent correspondents in remote
mountain areas for years on end
in the hope of eventually secur-
Ing a story.

_ But if international observatior
is to play its full part in the de-
fence of peace, it must above al!
be timely. Korea set a precedent
for the posting of observers to ;
danger area before hostilities be-
gin, and provided a warning tha
it is not enough merely to senc
them in on the eve of the conflict
If conflicts are to be prevenied
rather than merely limited, the ob-
servers must start work early
enough to master both the terrain
and the local cireumstances befcre
they are required to report There
ts no longer any administrative
obstacle to such timely action. Al-
though the United Nations early
use of observers was a hastily ex-
temporised affair, the position has
since been changed by the approv-
al in 1949 of a permanent panel
from which the Secretary-General
may select observers at shori no-
tice, by the formation in March,
1950, of the mobile UN Field Ser-
vice-—which supplies observers
with vehicles, drivers, guards and
wireless operators—and by the
creation last November of a Peace
Observation Commission charged
with drawing the atteiition of the
General Assembly to areas of po-
tential danger,



There are several areas of po-
tential trouble to which observers
should be sent as soon as possible

—for instance, Jugoslayia's eastern
frontiers and the Punjab border
between India and Pakistan. If it
is argued that the arrival of ob-
servers heightens tension sy em-
phasising the risks of a Jocal situa-
tion, the answer surely is that the
more widely the idea is used, the
less alarm will be caused by each
successive attempt to forestall
trouble rather than deal with it at
the eleventh hour. The chief re-
maining obstacle is the fact that
the consent of the government cf
a country has to be optained be-
fore observers can be placed in its
territory. This difficulty could be
overcome if as many nations as
possible would pledge themselves,
in advance te admit United Na-
tions observers et any time on a
request from the Sec.etary-Gen-
eral, in the same way that many
of them have undertaken in ad
vance to accept the rulings of the
{International Court,
UN Personnel in Danger Areas
Observation



Personnel in

Work Area in 1950
Began (before
In Korean War)
Greece Jantary, 1948
Palestine June, 1948 136
Indonesia July, 1948 68
Kashmir February, 1949 63
Korea May, 1950 22
Total . =
365

—-The Economist





For World Army

security in international affairs
since in 1948 it was obliged tc
stand alone anc unaided against
armed aggression aimed in subver-
sion of authority of the United
Nations at its own annihilation.

At the same time the ability of
the Government of Israel at pres-
ent to earmark special units for
service in localities remote from
the area of its own immediate
security responsibilities is severely
limited by the character of rela-
tions subsisting between the state
of Israel and Arab countries
neighbouring on it.”—U.P.



Our Readers Say

Temporary Road Repairs there we were told to report toto the late Milton King. But in use the road. In the first place
To The Editor, The Advocate, the Commander-in-Chief, and we doing so I am much surprised at every now and then there is an

SIR.—Many of your readers “id. He told us that we were wor the stand taken by Mr, G. 4H, attack on the “poor cyclists” who
have been writing of the deplor- Workers and that we should work Adams, Africa is the land which at some times are forced to do Hy CHAPM
able condition of the roads in their ard and help fight to wim the we were taught our forefathers certain things of which he is ac- . 4
respective districts, and I now join War. came from and a few years ago cused of, but let me state this—
my quota to their wail of com- We were called before the at the U.N.O. when the Russian bicycle riding calls for quick ST. LOUIS.
plaint. Commander-in-Chief the second delegate raised the point pertaining thinking, judgment and any YOU begin to grow

While passing through Alkins’ time in 1950 and this is what he to the treatment of coloured peo- cyclist who possesses this knowl-|from about the time you
Road yesterday morning I noticed told us. “You Barbadians here ple in Africa it was the same Mr. edge can shield himself from wha i

that a moterist coming from the
Tweedside end of the road had to
make a detour through the track-

way made by the former Govern- miralty that the dock yard is clos- #0t 2 pat on his shoulder when because in town or country you | 800 scientists here.
ment railway, so as to reach his ing down and all Barbadians will he returned to this country. To wii find an intermingling of ped-| The shrinkage is due mainly
destination, Belmont Road. This jaye to return home. [I know Mr. Adams I say this: “Had You ¢ctrians who use the roads badly, |to two. causes — increasing cur-
was done so as to avoid his car that you came here ag labourers taken your place at the UNO With regards to cutting in be-]| vature of the spine,; and flattening
sinking in the quagmire at the nq now you all have certificates Maybe not only King would be tyeen traffic a cyclist only does|of shock-absorbing discs which
eo of Alkins’ and Quaker’s Unger the Admiralty as skilled all ce oe oot y dep vets this when there is a traffic jam separate ae ‘Spine’s

labourers, Assistant Mechanics 8'0CS, anc : and I must state shaped segments.

While I am aware that the Gov-



have worked havrd,
am sorry to let you know this. I
received instruction from the Ad-

Adams who defended the ex-
ploiters of Our race more capably
that Dr. Malan himself for this he

very hard. I

imperative







may be an accident.
ting in between pedestrians it is
sometimes to to



iar aaalaal

As for cut-]by an average

so

that a bicycle



ene ssn







THERE is a man in Europe who could ask’
an emperor in for breakfast. He could have
a king and queen to lunch, a czar te tea, a}



By

EXILE...

A New Arrival Stirs The City Of
Cobwebbed Thrones

CHARLES FOLEY

kaiser and his wife to dinner.
And then, as night fell on Madrid, Gen-
eral Franco could lead into his ballroom

¢nough princes and princesses to fill a new!)

Who’s Who of Europe’s royal families.

Nor would the guests have far to travel.'%

For all these claimants to cobwebbed thrones}

have settled in Spain. \%

But now tongues are buzzing. For Franco's) $
atest acquisition—the Bulgarian royal fam-|
ly—came in for a reception which hinted| %
how his mind is working. rR:

... AND A QUEEN | §

who reigned

es.

KING SIMEON

Franco heard

Followed by. all their remaining worldly

that

The lord mayor and the

Limousines for the



goods in 75 trunks and 112 packing cases, the|
astonished Bulgars were swept out to the)
Philip II. Hotel at Escorial, outside Madrid.
Here they were told that Franco is finding
them a house, two cars. five Spanish ser-

V

ants.

Full

royal

privileges are theirs as|

‘ong as they care to stay.

an

Hohenzollern

Little wonder that Queen Joanna, clasping!

armful
declared: “Spain is a iiation of hidalgos”|
(only the Spanish have a word for “gentle-
men”). And then: “My son and I will learn|
Spanish quickly, to thank you in your own
tongue.”

Joanna's words are echoed by Grand Duke}
Vladimir, From his flat in Madrid, Vladimir
lays claim to the Throne of Russia.
Leningrad
again, Franco will be welcomed by a modern
czar. As a student, Vladimir travelled daily
by Underground from Kew Gardens to the
then “Leftish’”” London School of Economics.
In between visits to his cousins, the Duke|
and Duchess of Kent, he worked later in a
Lincolnshire factory as Mr, Mickhailov.
Then there is Vladimir’s brother-in-law,| |
Prince Louis Ferdinand, perhaps the only
rubbed shoulders|)
with the world, With half Germany—and|}
alas, Berlin—enveloped by the Iron Curtain,
he still hopes to be kaiser. “Germans love
the monarchy,” says Louis, and he knows the!
Americans like him because he has worked
in Ford’s, Detroit. ;

.., AND OTTO.

One visitor who has no need to learn Span-|
ish is the Archduke Otto.
in Franco’s pack has irked the one person-
age not weleome in Madrid — Spanish Pre-|)
tender Don Juan,

Juan’s friends now suspect that Franco is
grooming Otto as a rival to Juan’s claims,
If so, Franco can recall that the amiable|
Hapsburg’s ancestors ruled Spain when her
empire embraced most of Europe as well as
South America, And over many Spaniards,
still rankling at the Armada, and Gibraltar’s
loss, such glory casts a spell.

All this Juan huff and Otto puff may be be-
side the point. Franco loves to keep folk
guessing. Meanwhile, he is encouraging the
rise in Spain of “free” Iron Curtain legations
and spectral monarchies, ;
His exalted guests are sheltered from the
buffets of politics, publicity, and taxes, And
then, presto, he is socially on top of the
Continental world.

If

THE OLDER YOU GET
THE SHORTER YOU GROW

smaller taking up any s
t reach
30, and you go on losing height make-up
of half an inch are hidden by a wi
every 20 years, Washington Uni- reve :
versity’s Dr, Mildred Trotter



of



Franco’s roses, tearfully

VLADIMIR ...

becomes St. Petersburg

who has

This royal joker

fit eee
—L.ES.

PINCHER
behind the actress's head, thereby |
gging skin,
covered with
élastic bands



The gauze is

and the



Brown believes that the mental}

told effect of a rejuvenated face tones}
up the whole body

Take a Nap |
DOCTORS strongly ecemndeal

bobbin- to middle-aged men the habit of!

taking a short nap after lunch.



ernment cannot tackle all the road ®"d Mechanics. Most of this work subber iets | res zone ai ae only occupies a two-foot space and | _ The Seppo ens - _ After studying hundreis of
problems simultaneously, I have /5,0n ships. I know that this sort jo46 the rightful place which it is reasonable that if a cyclist some or h a and holds patients admitted to a Boston
been wondering if it is not possible ©f work is not to be found in Bar- jhe, are entitled.’ This is not Can see his way to get from be- for egroes as well as whites, hospital with serious heart
for them to make temporary re- bédos and I do hope that your oni), my opinion but that of every tween motor vehicles why he |Says Dr, Trotter. trouble, doctors found that most
pairs to some of the worst roads Government will do something for negro I come in contact with should remain—because in case of ; 7 of the attacks occurred while
the above road, for instance. “A yOu in the near future.” And thi Thanking you for space Mr an accident he may come off the Without Wrinkles patients were working shortly
stitch in time saves nine,” and by is it. Walking day after day pgitor. ; ors : after the midday meal. ‘
so doing the Government will leoking for work and nobody “oe CHICAGO surgeon Adolph
bring a modicum of comfort to the knows us " A. CARTER __It is true that some cyclists are}Brown, showing a colour film The survey also showed that
residents and other users of tl EDMUND MOE Member League Col People °f the wild type and do things to} Which disclosed the secrets of well-built, muscular men are
road, GLADYS G. CONNELI 25.9.51 ee ee r attract ha attention of others like ~ gical beauty treatment explain- far more susceptible to the type
1LADYS G. NNEL . era to > themselves. As for the motor- ]} e« how ageing Hollywood act- of heart attack called coronary
Sept. 19, 1951. Surprised Mr. Adamt Use Of Road ists they are no better than the]?resses are made to appear with- thrombosis than lean men ,
Just Idling 1 } I Edi , The Advocate 1o the Bditor, the Advocate evelists. They too cut in betweer ut wrinkles on the screen, One of the patients studied was
z SI! Or readi an article n yclist pedestrians and every- The make-up man glues tv docto vho has suffered four
“SIR. rs i on ; re ‘ ; * Re 10,000 Join SIR Please pt t e to ex r tches of near-invisible gauz tack of coronary thrombosis
a one 0 250 « -Y ee y vic the heekbor Then } ti ries on arte
frants that left Barbados for thous! ng time has elapsed 1 vhich POOR CYCLIST "elastic. bands. to ‘ ro ee
Rermuda. When we _ reacbedtoo must contribute my syn I ur every else ) izes and fas them —L.ES.
{ ‘ i







14-year-old King]
3imeon, his mother Queen Joanna, and his| %
sister Marie Louise were looking for a home. ¢
He cabled them in Rome: “Come to Spain.”
When the train arrived, young Simeon, | ¢
‘o> three nightmare years, first| %
under the Nazis, then under the Russians,|%
blinked in the Madrid sunshine. Flowers,
red carpet, a band.
head of Franco’s household to read address-|
Bows and curtseys.
sing and his retinue of eight.

sh
26th
and FRIDAY 28th

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 26, 1951



Assembly Amend

Factories

Act Bill

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed the Bill

to amend the Factories Act
began on September 18.
The objects and Reasons of
The Secretary of Stat Ss ad-
vised the Government that the
Factories Act, 1947, does not ade-
quately provide for the fencing
of machinery and for the inspec-
tion of every type of steam boiler
and the Labour Commissioner









1947, Discussion on the Bill

the Bill state:

of machinery and for the inspec-

tion of every type of steam
boiler.
The 1947 Act was exhaustive-

ly debated over -a period of what
was nearly two mdnths in the
House in that year, and was gone

»>*

HEMAN OSTRICH

—

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



To
Principle For

West Indian Club
The House of Assembly yesterday passed an Address in
eply to the Governor’s Message relating to the establish-

ment of a Club and Centre in London for West Indian
Students.



House Agrees

1¢ Address reads



PAGE FIVE





FOR THE BEST IX

ASk FOR

MATCHES
|

ween

4



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has pointed out that the adminis- into in detail by a Select Com- The House of Assembly has the | |
trative machinery for carrying’ mittee whose members com- hopour to acknowledge the receipt Man Attacks |
out the provisions of the Act are prised the majority of members of Your Bxcellency’s Message, No
cumbersome and $hat difficulties in the House representing both 28 1951, and to inform Your Ex Woman . Police |
will be encountered when carry- interests which were affected in cellency that the House agrees in y |
ing out the provisions of the Act. the Bill. “The minor amendment principle with the proposal to |
Accordingly, the Bill seeks to the Secretary of State recom- establish a Club atid Gontea in Make Arrest }
amend the Factories Act, 1947, mended could easily have been London for West Indian students |
to give effect to the recommen- jncorporated into the 1947 Bill,” anc would be prepared to approve DOROTHY PAYNTER, wh« |
dations of the Secretary of State said Mr. Dowding, “but no, this @ contribution towards the Capi- lives at Mrs. L. Weatherhead |
se Labour Commissioner. was not to be. The Labour Com- tal and annually recurrent costs 'esidence, Bay Street, reported to
Clause 3 of the Bill provides a missioner has pointed out that On a “student” basis the Police that at about 1.45 a.m |
oor eae rere definition ef @ the administrative machinery for I yesterday she awoke and found
factor nd includes any fac- carrying out the provisions o* A mn moving the passing of the a man in her room |
tories owned or operated by the the Act are cumbersome and that ; ceress, Mr, Adams (L,) said that’ She said that she made an }
Government of this Island or by a@ifficulties will be encountered cee members will remem- alarm and the man wounded her
any parochial or other public yhen carrying out the provisions fer that they had put on the on her head with a stone and
body. This clause is based on of the Act.” I ; Estimates a sum of money to pro- made his escape }
the definition of factory in the re Vide for social amenities for The matter was reported to the
Trinidod and Tobago Factory Technical Knowledge Barbadian Students in London, At Hastings Police Station immedi- H
legislation, that time the number of students ately Prompt action was taken |
Clause 4 repeals sections 3, 4 Mr. Dowding questioned: **What in London was 78 and the money ana within 2 short nn 4 ie lal
and 5 ot the Act and substitutes pre , Sonniaas ne eee be was voted, . Therold Stanton of Harts zap, | .
iree ew sections which yro- expectec oO KNOW anything abouv ~ ‘ al : ¢ . 2 _ nc] > srreste | f Y
vide— : the fencing and guarding of ma- itserr” ee “a Lae os pc. 3 19. Murrell “ua Ee 433 | ONn SALE
a > ae dé cents ngland o e. wee . e _— tf
(a) that inspection of all fac- Saminiean’ Cane me tae vee whorn there were 600 in London Griffith. He is charged with ea tal ~ 0 , a 7 _
tories shall be the duty of poilers?” 7 , and of these between 70—100 were tering a dwelling house wae | KE J LkLnh } ue ME RE
ae a tes cso te eas The Labour Commissioner, he wee wish iiaasbeaeies intent yi
tories, the establishment of S24 could give any of his powers had sent a long memorand a, =e
‘he act iy Bo: i andthe to an inspector, as far as he (Mr. the Caribbean . ety Ret int oe N| 3
Wictery Appeal Sbhid ie Dowding) could see. This inspec- SINGING, dancing and music is a common form of busking throughout Gut that. thes dats ikea Pu AUGUSTUS B. COMPTO | PLP COLO ELL LALLA LEELA LIPASE
abolished; Pes * tor could go to a magistrate with the whole world, but this Indian has 5 new style. /. — oe iy re ial Melicen tian ea ; 1% %
(c) that owners of factories shall 3 charge without any witness at the Human Ostrich and claims that he could stay with nis an un er é a ON DRY DOCK | $ ay ~
° 7 - als. all, and if the judge so decide, the ground for several days. When performing outside the Calcutta The West Afric ldnis | is GIVE MM) mR a Mass %
notify the Labour Commis- the particular factory involved racecourse, however, he came up at frequent intervals, just to see if I 1 ECGS . Seeear out students in The 47-ton schooner Augustus| , am 7 gar = 2 ‘
oer of *he eaistence OC nid be inant abate, ‘or its pro- any mceaey had found its way into his bowl.—EXPRESS. Serine’ es Dah other ee B, Compton is on dry dock under-| x se! \ $
actories within @ time sPe- press impeded ] @ach had centres, ; the f0imgé repairs, The ship lost all) MAIR MORE ‘
cifle pe gi s é ad centres, It was only the noat| tb é 4 4 >
Ciena” Func Crown, but _. He was not against the prin- Section 2 of the principal Act is YE iy West Indian students who did not her ga ee “s toe - a *
in case of any public emergency, ciple of the Bill as he had already hereby amended GIV KE NOW i have such a centre. wh n she met aoa ae ith * L I K E s
the Governor-in-Executive Com. Pointed out, but he feared the (a) by repealing the defini- The Colonial Office had taken Way from St sucia here wit 1% D M, %
mittee may by order exempt the POWs proposed to be given to tions of “the Board” - and AT Queen’s Park H erie the matter up and were anxious general cargo 1 >
Crows from complying with the one man falling ihto the hand of “factory ;” AT Queen’s Park House a er oup to help them and it was felt that The Augustus B Compton | ~ ce WOETH %
provisions of the Act. the wrong person and thereby (b) by substituting the words Of ladies have been working hard N@ West Indian colonies should finally “made the trip from St./@ »
Clause 7 repeals sections 7, 8 and Causing irreparable damage. “the Labour Commissioner” (ring the week packing clothing, help. He understood that they Lueia Ath 4 tt ee sHooner’s |& x
9 of a tA ab Aa etaaeteatine «eats Mr. Dowding stressed that the for the words “the Board” foodstuff and hardware for un- Were the only ones who kad not MUCIA Wilh anor eee |S *
sae ah ste eee eet services of a qualified engineer cecurring in the definition fortunate Jamaicans who have replied to the Message and he was sails ' while a any in - aaa} ® %
“4 Ss which— mw = ad F cAsh a ear mt * pnaipes ns ete + askir honourable 1e vers to Was being made locally for her.|%, >
(a) gives an inspector the power Should be obtained for inspecting of “boiler certificate; been — — 7 -_ ear approve of ne Lanaek ok ‘© While on dock, the ship will] % >}
to make complaint before a the machinery at factories, and (c) by substituting for the puke | = ne - Le a doing, they would be approving undergo a general cleaning up|s A
Police Magistrate who may not anybody. Naturally he said, definition of “Inspector to ao “Hu ; vs Pe Rett? to 3 © of the principle and painting. After coming off|% »
issue, an interim order, if, he would have to be given a good the following definition . or sai urricane . jief Organ- dock, she will be loading cargo | % *
fronn. the woldarue recelvaa he salary. As one looked around to- * * Inspector means a sation and the cases will _be In the Governor’s Message it for St Lucia. She ‘is consigned | x
: ore day he saw inexperienced offi- factory inspector appointed for shipped next week by the S.S. was pointed out that if they should > So a nate! Amanotas | %
is of the opinion that the cials holding high offices in this the purpose of carrying out the Colombie, five on a population basis rather to Whe Bohooter Owners: Amocts x EMERALD CLEAR %
danger from the condition of Qountry. This was rightly so, in praeanone ot this Act.” ; ‘han on a student basis the “0” * %
factory or any part of W& is pi, opinion, because the sa aries Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said that Mr. M, D. Symmonds, Church- amount would be somewhat less % x
such as to involve imminent Gffereq were not sufficient to at- there were some of the members warden, told the Advorate at He would therefore like the House “DAERWOOD" BRINGS x s
risk of Satie a harm tO tract experienced and qualified on his side of the table who did ae ~ = 9 ae fete 0 give on a student basis x H A M P O O >
persons in the factory; en. tt agree w 1e deletion of Metchants to senda in their pack- ‘ x ' %
(b) provides that an information eo Dowding was not in favour the weed “Boards. The feeling ing cases and parcels of clothing, = ‘he oaeaee oe se , FRESH FRUIT x s
need: only allege that a factory of the omission of the “Board” of the Opposition was that the rane ay APO en eg ree badi: 3 parti paling re oe as tite A moderate supply of fresh x PRELL. MAKES THE HAIR RADIANT %
is a factory within the neEne which was in the old Bill and board should not have been = a nf sm ae Bewevel Génire would be improved, P fruit arrived here yesterday from * AND DANDRUFE-FREE %
ing of the Act and state the which he considered would be disposed of, while on the other Small, w1 e gratefully accept- He had much pleasure in mov- St. Lucia by the motor vessel] ® x
name of the ostensible oc- quite workable, in the present as hand, the Bill proposed to omit it. ed,” he said. ing the passing of the Address Daerwood. The Daerwood also % On Sale at all Leading Stores x
occupier; then there would be a ‘number Even if they made the board | Many householders have done Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) second- brought quantities of cocoa beans, | $$ . n sate at @ MOGING SLOlSs >
(c) provides that where any of experienced men to deal with smaller, he said, it would be their bit. There are still a large eq, copra and cocoanuts. She began attest tetptet ye tpte tate? ttt et SO eC OLOSTLE
Coroner's inquest or other in- « matter and not only the La- serving a useful purpose. With number who intend sending in a After further discussion the unloading shortly after her ar- a a Bg | | a mM a Fr
quiry discloses that there has bour Commissioner. He was pre- the board, ce a . " eee, on . ane ee — Address was passed rival, ; ’
been a breach of the Act or pared to offer suggestions when competent would be able to dea Jueen’s Park they can phone the e
any regulations, proceedings the Bill went into Committee ae a aa section - joe ant = me ae ae Ju t Arrived! =
against a person must be whereby he hoped that it would P! which called for technical and a scout will come for the par- B FRESH SHIPMENT OF
brought within six months of become more workable in pro- knowledge. cel, ‘
the making of the report. tecting the workers fn the vari- $ ss ——— + —__--_— —_——-— ! \ Py Ri y a ‘I Oo Vs
eit ob ae Bill amends sec- °US industries in the island. Labour Commissioner ul dhsed taker aba’ ie : > \\ a Pu Ni CHOW: a
tion 10 of the Act so as to extend Industrialisation First, he said, it was bad that Ministry of rakoae Gin? ae es 4 ¢ ALSO
the powers of the Labour Commis- . the Bill was not brought into prised of about hz e . a
sone Mr, HD. Mottey said that ne (Mordtiin “flor ite Ppaking in Bree et ameMt, halt the mumbe Om 8 2 CHICK FEEDERS
Clause 12 repeals section 19 and thought there was not one hon- 1947 to see how it would have fore, there would be people in / Nee ean
‘e-enacts it along the lines of Ourable member who would ob- worked. In 1947, it was said that the Department that would be 2) fa mine : ‘ a
sections 14, 15 and 16 of the ject to the principle of the Bill. . Board would be appointed to competent to deal with engineer- a
Factories Act, 1937, (1 Ed. 8 Geo This was especially the case of qo “so and so”, but then in 1951, ing, etc, f he Hi. Jason Jones & Co. Ltd.—Distributors.
6 c. 67) so as to make better pro- the members of the Opposition they, without having the experi- Mr, Reece (E) said that he was i i . ’
visions for the fencing of Who were clamouring for indus- ence of how a board of the sort sceptical over having a Govern- fy} KLIM is pure, safe milk 8 Ga ww a Bw Gi oe g& gz fe a |
machinery. The section as re- ‘*ialisation. When this is being would have functioned, wanted to ment Department controlling any- = T SEO ER
drafted will not allow guards to be done there must obv iously be leg- qelete “Boards” for the purpose thing of that nature, He felt [2] KLIM keeps without refrigeration |
removed while machinery is in ae one ae protection of of substituting ‘Labour ee that he was bound by the
motion for cleaning operations ete, ™ a SLO elec | | missioner.” He could not se@ opinion which was expressed by —— Oe
except within certain very narrow ,,5?me hon. members seemed to how they, without any practical the Hon, Senior Member for St. www
anid Sostieien ante party cover- think that the Bill had only to experience, could turn down a James, that the original dey -
ed by the words “necessarily ex- %° with sugar factories, He did part of the bill because an official the Bill would stand fl |
posed.” . not nverpret it that way. ane ze in the U.K., said so When it came to a bill dealing KLIN G! ly
Clause 16 makes provision as to veo several se ene of be em He moved that < lause A and with technical matters — whicn ~ |
the parties who might be liable sugar factories where wae ae B of Section 2 be deleted. cid not come under the ordinary
acts or defaults a ier the Act could be maimed, disfigured or Mr. F. L. Walcott (L) said that course of legal business - the |
for acts: or defaults: under tng ©" be made invalids for life. He the Hon. Senior Member for St. best way out was to leave the RYS a \
and contains a clause empowering thought they should get the Act James scemed not to realize that bill as it rina rina, é 1e |
the employee to bring the actual passed as soon as possible. the passing of the amendment, i ; at |
offender before the Court. : They were some of them who which was proposing to transfer He would have liked Hon. wi «¢ you buy KLIM MILK, you |
i This clause also repeals sections knew more about this matter certain control from the hands cf members to realize that the bill did ar or consistent parity and autet
25 and 26 relating to the notifica- Ahan others and he looked for- a board into the hands of the not only include sugar factories, tional veiue In each and ak Fr
tion of accidents which will now ward to hearing suggestions for Labour Commissioner, would not but also small factories. Speaking in J heels he ha aal(peM
be contained in the provisions of amendments where necessary in have been creating precedent, for himself, he was in agreement KLI) always the s9f

the Notification of Accidents and order to make the Bill as work-

| PIPES

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« ow's milk-—uniform to the
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: A . He pointed out that the Labour with the principle underlying the |
Occupational Diseases Bill. able as possible. Departments in Trinidad, British pill. He felt_that the Hon. Senior
Clause 19 contains the penalty The last speaker had mentioned Guiana, Jamaica, Australia, U.K. Member for St. Peter had handled HEALTH |
provisions for forgery, personation that the 1947 Act had been passed and the U.S., also had similar the matter in a comprehensive GOUUN |
and other offences under the Act. but it had never been proclaimed. powers. All over the po 4 way. VN \\ 7
; = There must have been some Empire, they would find labour Mr Baaoe: salt atnthe eee Wey WAN eee WA | 1
koa home Gree res ed eater reason for that. deparnnens ae at t under Senior Member for St. Peter had te aman i STRSTR — RE SR Bs
was adjourned last week for fur- Mr. Motiley said that he agreed rs peas 7 A ag a se eve said that the Bill was primarily [a] KLIM is excetiont for growing y
ther consideration, that the Bill that any Act which ‘dealt with out of the hands of the Labour for the welfare of the workers — children
sought to give power to the Labour the labouring people of the nepartment and put it into the He was reminding them that it S| KLIM adds nourishment to
Commissioner and the Labour colony should be under the La- hands of an individual body,” he W@! ilso for the welfare of the as Cooked dishes |
Commissioner only, to control the bour Department, but this did not anid ; owners of the factories and those \6| KLIM i | *
main industry of the island to a necessarily mean that the Head ~~ * who operated them. : # recommenced for
very large degree. of that Department should be re- Appointments Mr. E. K. Walcott’s motion that aa infant feeding
He would again ask, why was sponsible for appointments. That Mr Walcott further pointed Clauses A and B of Section 2 be 7] KLIM is safe in the specially | )
the 1947 Act which was passed not was a matter that could be settled out that although the Labour deleted was then put and was lost packed tin | ,
proclaimed. when they went into committee. Commissioner would be getting by a majority vote of 12—8. (3) KLIM is produced under strict. | c: Tt G G
He did not think that anyone Dr. Cummins replying to points more power in that act, it did E ; est con’ry! > | I ARA EB
of the Opposition would disagree raised, said that the 1947 Act was not give him power as Labour Voting “No” were Mr. Speake1 oor.
with the principle of the Bill be- not considered workable. He Commissioner to appoint a factory Mr. Cox, Mr. Allder, Mr. Millet the Cope
fore them, but the manner in which pointed out that the inspection of inspector, because under the Mr. Mapp, Mr. Bryan, Mr. F. L
it was proposed to be carried out factories was to be done by the Civil Establishment Order, per- Walcott, Dr. Cummins, Mr. Adams
would definitely be placing in Labour Comnilesioner, sons were appointed to the Civil Mr, Lewis, Mr. Garner and Mr TRADING cc LTD
the hands of one man a vast . Service by the Governor and not Brancker. 4 .
amount of power. Second Reading by ahy Mead of Department oul, ; pore-safe
Hon. members were told in the The Bill was eventually given ; Mr. E. is tet ae ” we that eer eta oe ene or. ore M i
scts and Reasons of the Bill its second reading and went into he was glad tha 1e¢ Hon. Senior WwW ig, | Mr. -ece, Mr. L K ;
ae tes Gecmaasy of State had committee. Member for St, Peter was adopt- Haynes, Mr. —. K. Walcott, Mr 4 VICTORIA STREET
advised the Government that the Se! bg deals a ag the ae a ee, ae Se ieee et Mr. a and Mr ail a Pure water, add FIRST IN PREFERENCE }
stories sf 1947 did not ade- title of the Bill was passed. explanatory style ut he thot section 2 was then passed a M, stir and you have |
eee eter yal fencing Section 2 reads as follows:— that member would realize the amended. safe, pure milk. THE WORLD OVER |!
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HOW DOES iT FEEL
TO BE BACK HOME ?

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STAFFORD'S
TAKING THE RAP!
AN! I'M GETTIN
OUTTA HERE
Fast!

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KILL ME WHEN | SAW YOUR FURS IN A CAVE!
AND THERE WERE OTHER FURS THERE, TOO!

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

THAT'S THE LAST
ME I EVE® ANSWER

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‘Once upon a time’—the, time-
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951

CLASSIFIED ADS.)

For Births. Marriage «r Engagement _
Sores] FON SALE
> ie is $3.00 any wor
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each’ Minimum charge week 12 cents and
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2808] 9% cents Sutdays % words — over 24
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Desth | Words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
Notices only after 4 p.m. wort on Sundays;







The oem for sencumemnante of
Births, Marriages, aths, Acknow!l-
edgements, apd 'n Memoviam notices is AUTOMOTIVE
$1 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays! ____.
for any number af words up to 50, and} CAR—American Austin 7. New tyres
3 cents per word on week-days and/ Phone 98675 19.9. 51—t.f.n.
4 cents per word on Sundays for each SL
additional word. CAR—Fiat





1949, 1,500 Very good
condition, reasonably priced. Phone 4682.

= 33.9.51—3n.

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IN MEMORIAM CAR—Morris 8; 4 doors about 4 years

old, owner driven. Best offer Apply

| WM Astin, c/o Gardiner, Austin &
MOSRLEY—Sacred to the memory of|/C? . Lid. between 11 a.m. and noon
our dear father CHRISTOPHER
OSFORD MOSELEY who departed this

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

__BENSONAL ——s CHRISTIAN MISSION | SHIPPING NOTICES







PUBLIC SALES

Ten cemts per agate line on week-days
@nd 12 cemts per agate line un Sundays,
minimum charge $1.5 on week-d ays
and $1.80 on Sundaws,







public are hereby warned ag
Siving credit to My wife, Pe
nee Holder 6s I ¢o not hold myself}
responsible for her or anyone else con- |

} ° .
“ any debt or debts in my name | @ From Page 3 Suppose

ss by @ written order signed by me |Mon these meetings,” he said meeting was to take place by
EVAN BARNES | ‘

Tudor Gap, Westbury Road They have made the bye-law notice in the “Official Gazette” and
St. Michaei.45“Ying through the Christian Mic- one put it in the newspapers be-|







the law said that the



REAL ESTATE

By public competition at Waverley





















” OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Gibbs’ Beach, St. Peter. on Thoredas 25.9.51—2n on Herald. cause the newspapers were more |
27th September, at 4.30 p.m {| Contravening Bye-Law widely read than the “Gazette Wiese cis Dei Due
Seord Mowe Siving credit to any Person or Persons$the other side had not succeeded ne would be breaking the lav SS. “SCHOLAR Middl
J, HOWARD. aay aa ee I do netiin bringing to the Court's attention The law in Section 4 said how brough &
Government Auctioneer District E./ tracting any debt or dehte sent coo many bye-law that was in contraven- the meeting was to take place and London 25th At 29th Sept.
ej untess by a written order signed by|tion to the statute. He had succeed- Ow it was to be summoned |S.S. “TRIBESMAN’ London 13th Sept. 28th Sept.
“NISSEN” STEEL. BUILDINGS. These} ™* someon ¥. hows ed in two points only, He could ae S.S. “SCULPTOR” .. .. Newport &
buildings ere covered externally with ‘ Sicunes tan be on good ground when he said Rules Binding : Liverpoo! 26th Sept 6th Oct
with “Celetex" ‘fine - on as ae St. Michael. that the presiding officer had not The law was that the r js 0)/3S. “STATESMAN” London 8th Oct 24th Oct
second hand reconditioned from England | 25. 9. Sl—2n./ go: the right to a casting vote, the bye-laws should be tinting | eee means AT aaa Aen
ll ry aac, ee a epee | ae © true, it was common law gov- upon the Mission and its members. | HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
X 10 ft. high $1.400.0¢ and with new! The public are hereby warned agaiast |Crning the corporation. That would make it mandatory Closes in
on se © et nigh $3,490 00 aan Saree be fae Rie Heit eens ee But that could be taken out and not directory as counsel foi Vessel For Barbados

sponsible for her or anyone ese cont without any danger whatever to the other side was arguing, Bu















5 ee re secant ane supplied to any length required in bays| in any debt or debts in my, name unl the rest of the bye-law. until they were questioned an eo ochor ae aoe se ey moder
io ~=mo! pain invades is reast WASHING MACHINES — The Worldjo! 6 ft One of these buildings has! by a written order signed by me It v accurate law P rove i z ~ . * S.. : ‘ v ) ida October
No pain, no grief, no woe, nor care] Pameus Hoover Electric washing | just been erected at Johnson's Stabies NORMAN TAITT. : was accurate law to say that proved in a court of law to b et act SA es ee se
Can reach our loved one there. machines. Only $135.00. On display at | and Garage opposite the Central Police | Easy Hall Me corporation had power to dis- ultra vires, they had to be taken For further Inf ati bcd
Ever to be remembered by his wife and{ xR. Hunte & Co. Lid. New Show-| Station Prices states above include | St. Joseph juss an officer. The select Body as were or further Information apply to. . .
children 26.9.51—In. | ;com, Lower Broad Street. Dial 5136. | duty and commission. For further details 25. 9. 51-2. | might dismiss one from office but. When the othe te talke
28.9.51-Sn. | apply to: K.R MUNTE & CO. LID | ee eae - ara etl : smiss e from office omer side talked of ; D OSTA ‘0 LTD A
j Lower Broad Street. Phone: 4611 or The public are hereby warned ") rom the corporation. reasonable notice, they were for A Cc & Cc ” yom gents
. , 25.9.51—7n. | giving credit to my wife Alma C It seemed to him that the rule setting the bye-lay
, POULTRY — a fier, nee Nurse) as I cdo not hold been drawn out with care. There was no evidence to show
! ————~- if you are interested in buying or| se!{ responsible for her or anyone |



















scling @ property, chattel house or a spot! Contracting any debt or debts ii y ' yet had two mistakes in them that anybody besides the repre-| (YN e ‘ o .
kings. P. D. Maynard, Porters, St. | of land, you should get in touch with! name unless by a written order signed But there was not the slight- sentatives voted, he Said. Counse ana tan aliona teams s
. James. Dial 2319 22.9.51—4n. | D'Arcy A. Sveott, Real Estate Agent and by + | St suggestion that the Secretary for the other side had pone a:} ,

Information has been received Auctioneer of Magazine Lane. Prompt WEN (CALLENINOR & | yale Mil thin tog hy life of the “ah os ks ; ink ae
from the Acting Secretary General MISCELLANEOUS attention és given to any business placed Fairy Valley ad ever e who") life of the far as saying that no one had su
that the closing date for the re-' in my hands regardiess of size. Lf you Christ Church Christian Mission, cast a vote. right to be there unless he was Salis Sails Sails Arrives Sails

; me ““ANTIGUES — O 2 ln | axe buying I have am extensive list from | 26-9 512m.) It was not that the meeting ever delegate. Yet the Board of Man- Montreal Matifax osten Barbados Barbados
ceipt of applications for scholar-,; ANTIQUES — Of every description which you can make your selection, in-| « pemneniaiaaiie thepialsinianiiiaeiala 4 eae ; | CAN. CHAI GER 10 Sept. 13 Sept “= 2 Sept. 22 Sept
ships to the Metropolitan Voca-|Gless, China, old Jewels, fine Silver cluding One Acre of Land at Cave Hill took place in February nor that :gement had to give an account| (SNy SAY Y 19 Sept. 22Sept 28 Sept, 3 Get 4 On,
tional School, Puerto Rico, will be| Watercolours. Early books, Maps. Auto- | hear Girls” School, and several spots at there was need to go on at such cf their stewardship. How coulc | CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept L Oct _ 10 Oct 11 Oct
MONDAY, October 8th, 1951. celotaing Renal ooee, Ansiaue Shop | Maxwell and Belmont Road. For any- ° ~ ‘ length with the arguments the they give an account if there were | /AD¥Y NELSON \ 10 Oct. 13 Oct 15 Cet 24 Get 95 Oct

A knowledge of Spanish is no er ea af eS In Mil Satate ene T'Azes eoree | gour es ore p | counsel for the other side had rot delegates in cuch a case. Ce bees cea ae aa
longer a prerequisite for applicants] FIRE WOOD AND SPANISH ASH Aithiniiinagaa ts sembatiidiaestimten eatin, t put vu» After Mr. Adams finished bigs! NORTHBOUND
for Scholarships. oy raphe House, St. Joseph. Phone Arrives Arrives Arrives

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CHATTEL HOUSES — Each with 2! “To say that it is immeteriel reply. The Hon. The Vice Chen. | Arsives
- 25.9.51—2n. [Bedrooms; can remain on the spots what the law says so lone p< llor said he would reserve hi«| ; : i Barbados
Y ” Prices attractive. Apply C. M Green- | e law says so {c as arc e wou reserve ADY RODNEY



Besten Halifax Montreal

18 Oct 27 Oct 28 Oct 1 Novr
you do something reasonable is ucdgment and would inform the!

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with Shop attached Built with pine! Je dg no longer necessary to suffer from = = — SSS aE |B rmuda, St. John, Halifax, Charlotte Town, Quebec and Montreal
material in good condition. Tweedside logs ef and manhood, weak memory







idge, Roebuck Street Dial 2457 | } : : ; betel :
FOR RENT 23.9.51—4n to hold a contempt for the law,” “olicitors in the case when he The M.V. “CANADIAN CRUISER" is expected to arrive here
fn nurs | he said ould give it jabout the 24th September, accepting cargo for St. Lucia, Dominica,
ONE BOARD AND SHINGLE HOUSE : ard. el

vigour
le ou Slee HOUSES Road. At present occupied Joseph St. and body, nervousness, impure blood, sick-

7 : Mill, Marold Proverbs &C)” ‘iid. yale, depression, and poor sleep, becaus: | Visit Our Grocery GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.
you suffer sharp, stabbing pains, |” crimTon moo) eae .

if joints are swollen t
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does away with gland operations and fs . : é : SSS ==
ney Disorders are Burning, Itching modern conveniences. Appiy on premises. | Mrs. Norman Bascom), situate in bringing new youth and vigour to thou- Nespray, Lactogen, Ovaltine Marven & Crawford Soda ROYAL NETHERLANDS {'h

Passages, “Getting up Night.” Back- 3.8.51—ti.n. | STRATHCLYDE, St Michael The «ands. It works directly on the glands and Riscyits, Jams, Marmalades, Jellies. Morton's Chow Chow. {

hes, Lumbago, Leg Pains, Nervous- | ———————————$—————___ | House stands on 16,770 square feet of nerves, and puts new, rich blood and en- | Krat ie rac os Til oi a STEAMSHIP co, i)
Dizzi Headaches, Colds, FLAT—One (1) Furnished Fiat at Blue | land, and comprises Closed gallery, ergy im your veins. In 24 hours you can eee Kraft Fish Paste aye nnaise ‘lac I ressing, ' pie” Pea-nut . % 1)
uffy Anki Cire under Eyes, | Waters Terrace, containing Three Bed- | drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &c 8nd feel yourself et rs Re A a Futter, Lushus Jelly, Red, White & Green Cock-tail Onion. BADE O FROM EUROPE a i}

lack of Energy, Appetite, etc. Ordi- J-rooms and all modern conveniences. | downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and bath Souenrel ve ee eee power “einz Browning Gravies, Chef Sauce, Tomato Vegetable, | LS. MELICON—27th September 1951 1), Cie Gle Transatlantique

nary medici an't help much—you | Ning 3244. Mrs. F. B. Armstrong room, upstairs, Garage and servant's YY a this ow ing, new giand and vigour j 4 nang 3s hie Bina ate s e | SS. COTTICAsth October 1951 » Gle., jantiq

must kill rms ruining health. 25.9.51—t.{.n, | rooms in yard. Electricity, gas,’ and pegtorer, called Wietabs, fe guaranteed. 1¢|)}) ‘SParagus & Mushroom Soups. Polar, Floral & Banquet Icing SAUANG TO PLYMOUTH AND 3

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Soy dicnies aenanne S att See THE CAMP—On the Sea, St. Lawrence. parioetion any day, except Sunday, and is now distributed y cpecalans here Sugar ,™ Lae a eapaites } Sailings to England &

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M 1] S "4 BR. Ci Test Game % *
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Vudaneads rounce : ; ;
| d j On Sunday | CREATE >
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B | ’ ) 3 First of the series of the B.CL.)% ~
City vs Coun games will begin! @ r , x
al yados st Bank Hall on Sunday next sna] A GOOD HABIT S
contir on the following da * »
@ From Page 1 eer Se ee eee ee O (Bank Holiday % =
having an over with the old bal) more ‘ areful and on the hunt for Sel Mond * %
a new ball was brought records 2 Selectors met On Monday and!’ nS
no Lo — } . . The game reached a most inter- two fully representative sides have * BY HAVING ~
; aa they ‘ te took it first, sending esting point from the point of view been chosen for this game. Sev- x os
SON 00K Tost, Wieht. Of Statistics witam the score stood eral of these players have played| % xy
‘ iti set aa . das ioaae Soli at 343 with Gibbs 190 and Wig for the B.C.L. against the Island * THE BEST IN CLOTHES >
radshi servec acers 141. XI and there are others who show | % x
it from the other end but the All three were headed for a definite yromise Four X .
: d é i > > mis ur of thei &
batsmen w ere unperturbec Only prominent landmark. Gibbs drove players a uae the eyes of TAILORED TO YOUR %
once Bradshaw crashed through ast Farmer at deep midon for 4 “| ai on alk miata 7 " * *
‘ he Sel
Gibbs’ defence striking him on the (naking his individual total 194 and ; ae, ; 1 anaes E me Con x MENTS y
pads when playing back, but the score 347 have been included. % PERSONAL REQUIRE °
Umpire Rollex nodded no Four byes sent up 350 on the tins T dd interest rm *
an . . o ¢ ores t > series
Wight had now entered the in 388 minutes Gibbs covered a .. ae “ ‘ e = ae ns ss
ninetie nodel of patience. Un- Jimself with glory by completing ne Jan MW .5". NAS OFerea) & 7 4
sete lies a m = J itie es took his individual double century with prizes to the batsman in the City] \ / VY 7 i I ¥
aitied with 4 aterday he 100) i ividual doul at wit! i
- aaa Siete jaan to dd tin a cut through slip off the last ball Division making the highest score] & af i 4 A >
Ss e : ko 4 . . th . . ti ut one before the tea interval in the series and to the bowler R >
_ ean ' ” o * t] ne ne; Gibbs had been batting for 408 taking the most wickets. S t
F or mee wa Geep ine ninutes now hitting eighteep four The 1 v %
leg boundary off a full toss from pea score was: B.G. 367 for 0 ae Varnes are; x f x
Branker rf le Wight % I Gibbs not out 203, Wight not out City XI E. Reece (Capt.), L./¥ 4 »
oe Barker, S. White, W. Clarke.| & x
When play started again Wight Senger ) K. Goddard (Tele-| % 3%
took two n utes to score two mot phone) D Barrow (Colts) G.iX >
runs to complete 150. He had now Sobers (Notre Dame), G Kirton| ys BY HAVING x
been at the, wicket for 510 min- ie J wean? ee Chandler| =
(Colts) } ope, C. Gaskin (Lib-| & x
ites ying careful yalient an :
ae ius call her - tet rae ‘ erty) S. Lashley (Dover). $ YOUR CLOTHES TAILORED x
urt 5 nt ig n %, >
Gibos Out A FINE ACTION PICTURE of the most discusse. fight of the century—the return fight between Ran Country XI. O. Graham, Capt.| % S
When the first wicket yartner- dolph Turpin, British welter-weight champion of the world, and Sugar Ray Robinson of America, from (N.P) I Bourne (Belleplaine) | & BY g
ship seemed likely to wipe off whom Turpin took the title a short time ago. “Ihe fight ended sensationally in the tenth round, when A. Blackman (Romans) C. De-|% S
Barbado: core, B.G. lost the fir Robinson (left) went fighting mad, and with Turpin helpless on the ropes and taking a severe beating, peiza ‘St. John Baptist) G. Sobers} % >
Wicket the referee intervened and awarded Robinson the verdict on a technical knock-out. Here Robinson (Kent) V. Graham, V. Belle | md S
With the score 390. Green takes a whack from Turpin.-EXPRESS. | (George Park) V. Todd, L. Wal- ¢ C B. RICE & Co. >
idge had Gibbs out toa eautiful Q * | cott (Dominion ) O. Estwick } :
ge hi zibl i i itift , , | (Danes) W. Codogan (Barrows) |
inticipated catch by Skipper Tay- v 7 “Ne . | > " > ; .
for fielding at silly mid-off. Gibbs’ kee Of £6000 Lost I ighter | See The—- = E. Bradshaw (Lancashire). is OF z
long record-breaking innings had } y, 1an'g Play begins ; ‘ ay! a >
: 3 a) gins at 12.30 each day’ $ *
fie Sesto of S18 tectudeg 19 fours, CaN Offer For Has Ti ADVOCATE ana ‘piayers are warned that if|% BOLTON LANE 3
che wie as tl D: t -e1| they are not punctual they will| % °
iy 2 on eae sa t > ( ’ . as l e a e€ for Best BOOKS 10t we considered for the other| % sae a ae aT x
ennie 1omas who partnered R l | games in the series. 35655 $999 OOOO OOOO OOPOOLLOUE
the patient Wight was off the r} ug DY 2TLUS British and European champ- ————— SES | | ee ee eee 4
at once with an on-drive off Greet af n Peter Keenan has a_ world |?) widieaie ” :
idge for four. Later in the next J @-% ’ yantam-weight title date with Vic ! {} DAN E |
3 ove r, a misfield by Bradshaw at HE WAS DROPPED loweel (holder) at Johannesburg | (Under the patronage of the
oe igh: cow Siw eget panel dee By HILTON CLEAVER ae ee ree ve en
gl ‘ - know it Jducation) oTRADEMARI
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GLENDON GIBBS Taylor failed to hold a sharp Hope that any home country y Given by | ReceTRAde K
Singling off the next ball } hance from Thomas fielding closet vill lefeat the South African Keenan is on a motorin holiday The Staff of St. Lawrence \
reached 99 in at silly mid-off for Greenidge ugby ide opening here o; in Ireland with hi wife ad Boys’ School
Wight’s Century Thomas pushed the score along October 10, depend on ability to daughter, and even his mother’i In aid of Games’ Funds
Facing Bradshaw the next over, 8 4 terrific pace while Wight Play open football against a team unaware of his addre at the
Wight pushed him to mid-off for was completely tied down by reputed not to understand il. (,, friend re aan i? DRILL HALL, Garrison Mane in ENGLAND
single completing his individual Holder and Greenidge who bowled 5! verity and superb stamina D li ~ it riends say he making |{ Friday, September 28th,
century in 276 minute He had Unchanged for 40 over Holder of these Springboks will be best © a EAT tere, t { 1951
hit seven fours ending down 25 consecutively met by individual geniu Gann sa : es " mow ve Music by C. B. Browne's !
‘ : nidg é » greates camp of s sda 1an uls moth- “he 4 |
A vicious hook to the deep fim ind Greenidge 1: co ; ty va i - ie r sa bes er I am not doingg any mor . Orchestra The name that
leg by Gibbs off a short one froi Persereent: serene ques’? Ww is} some ox ia lo we ghting this year.” Admission 2/6 by Invitation |
aranker se 980 in < “2 t “2 young elshman Lewis Jones, “&*'6 i , only. ¥ ‘ : a
Svenke sent up, 250 in 276 m bs whoin tir Adsevatlahs thoustt ti Now. avowed Soaentteiibbios ) mearis ihe’ bé@si
x cee best in the world eres eee 7 _ ae = I ,
The luncheon interval aw « Vet Va % ect voge trainer Alec Adams, and Keenan’s
B.G.’s opening pair still thei + } Ni ene iar . ar oy js Parents are all asking: ° Will he YOOSSS9O SFG FS GSSSODSSGOO " hats for aati
with a score of 255/0, Gibhs not * view |} aff th i baal) aaa hange his mind? - x
» h é viev Mes the istralians and . 3
“ je = an rat ee Ser i also baffles me Gilmour who is going ahead| % FOR 7 WA T 4 We have a new
ayior handed over 1e Wicke tr ) 0 z sly *
keeping job to Hunte on resump- Out he sit with plans for the fight, admit i% l t . t d
tion and pened the attack with sspliaih Bat. there ek Serre) ee | ° int assor e
5 ae ee a vee iimself an ceen: and}
Atkinson from the Northern End The Welsh seem to have an ee eo - a $ a a ike ‘ h d
now whiie Holder was given his unenviable habit of picking on rn it i OP to mer ton s shades.
first spell of the day from the stapegoat ; tia ae anaes ie next move. $
Southern -End with the score at La on hen their whole 1 Har McGrattan ore- | %
“ a ‘ Sai IcGrattan secTe- | y *
ae be wi) i ' lear jointl failed against Scot- ary of the Scottish section of the x z e
xibbs ose pre-lunch score nd, the Wels electors pointed poxing Board Keenan has not § e eeve
= Sa ee ee in cal- theit terial and condemning approached us officially on this % ¥%
ecting s ifty m- fing : wis .
lated 180 eit sm: ene dt oe eats at Lewis Jone Down matter, and the relationship be- ‘ ¥
for two. Thi es a tad 36 rm in. ee he thumbs and out went tween him and Mr. Gilmour is 9% %! =
\ 1 yok h 36 min- ha AD a! iy ye a
4 » had + 19 fo he same as before so far as Wwe K >| $7 3B
Tavlo as Aft Holder ins the The argument was his defence aye eniine ned. Mr. Gilmour is & apply x â„¢ as dD
tt at ; E . hia ailec “ > eS e f } -_ >
Southern End after the latter had fly ue a eas = eat ence of still his manager % x
sent down three ovwrs for seven fst. PRE xe A a $ x
runs replacing him with Green- ate ; aan og eae ee ie %
idge. But the sk y changer . nAC a Jones is a uie ’ | a
See py me: qippes only changed r eae : unostentatious and almost inarti- YESTERDAY Ss %
brought him on at the nextend in ~~” nas Sak product os ie Aig bi a WEATHER REPORT 8 \ y) ‘
lace of Atkinso 7 * Tour wen In personality on he eid > \ IGT * IDPRE
place of nson, is LESLIE WIGH' pare Hor taa aie ae FROM CODRINGTON $ THE WONDERFUL ; eo «= ‘ {
There was a short stoppage in Rainfall: .48 in. x ‘ 9
the game when Branker in trying | The 450 came in 496 minutes and Brice a Total Rainfall for Month to % REMEDY |
2 are ae ge Says, bia on J homas scoring with forceful ate EOS date: 8.33 ins. ss FOR PAIN $0, : Als 12 & 13 Broad Street.
otk neat ane ‘te the 1 eee strokes all around the wicket Ignored by Wales, he helped! Highest Temperature: 84.5°F x FABIN 6 es fee 8
‘ f nly a naa eae 1e game completed his individual half the Royal Navy to win the Lowest Temperature: 73.5°F % On Sale at |
- Ponce ae = ae ey Gibbs ag in 55 minutes, hitting Bne Services championship against} Wind Velocity: 7 miles pe x 3 | Se %
au oe Se ee : ~° fours. heavy odds ind his Rugby| hour D Lar % ——
made the s¢ore 293 lowering the a ‘ ‘ an ’ VUgDY | : - ) ’ "O 4 | =
first wicket record of 292 set by grey ended with B.G’s score at League, price—the — scouts had] Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.952 7 KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES %| _——
Challenor and Tarilton. A leg bye 1429/1, Wight bang 174 not out and been out in his Service days .--| (3 p.m.) 29.850 % % PERO ee
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oft . gown fin leg for a sing le Paoties 51 not out. poi . wy 6000, which i uy Scoccocoseeseseooneosond ye Poret POE LE OPO LE POLAR LOAD LPP PLLA LLLP LALLY PROT? *%
me poe ged rhe Barbados ts s Be eae : i ‘. .
minutes amidst vociferous cheers. ‘Taylor b Honran ae 19 If for one reason o1 ANOMNCL, | LOSESSISGR COPIES SPSS FP PP DIDS POPIOD SPI FPP PPOPPIION, 1% x
Marshall now relieved Green- Hunte ¢ Camacho b Gaskin 1 the Springboks never meet him % % 1% ~
idge at the Southern End, the lat- Proverbs ¢ & b Patoir I say it will be a tragedy of na $ ri Yay ig” y, i , @13 s
er having compieted a spell of 5 verona eae ohn, 2 per a row-minded mismanagement, % BE WISE = EC ONE ais 4 4 % e e >
overs for 20 runs rodent prog se ify kaon GE 4 Here is a n who by attack % % X .
Barbados’ fielding now suddenly Atkinson c w.k. b Wight could beat the Springboks on his|®% USE x % XS
became untidy and = misfielding Greenidge lbw. b Chase ° own; wh worry ibout x 1s ~
twice gave away valuable runs and Branker_ not out 2 defence? g Ris s
ets ana “4 the slowly Holder Stpd. b Gaskir 4 erence g an e ~
overshies addec to 1€ SIOWLY peedshaw I.b.w. b Gaski: 12 x XY Py ss
gathering chaos Extras tb, 1, lb. 1 2 \% % < x
Statistics S ; x x
sae bp 7 fia Total 97 rr + > AT ~ s Y
But Skipper Taylor effected a WHAT’S ON TODAY ||% ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT $| x >
brilliant piece of fielding at silly B.G. Ist Innings * y % >
sli ras . Wight not ou i ‘ mp > , mmo . r , Ree ¥ ¥,
ada, ae fh pe eo ic ae one : eee a Police Courts and Court of x THE PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AND STEEL % * PION] : I ‘R f O i 2 x
$ a , 0 oP . BE : : ; —_ ici i icti ‘ 2c . rir sory No f rnremn %
The tempo of scoring slowed Tom3s net out 1 Original Jurisdiction g GOES FARTHEST LASTS LONGEST ¥ » y
Extras {tb 2 t 5 t ! 18 10.00 a.m, x Ris >
E Exhibition of Photographs One Gi ee . 4 ~
; otal ( for 1 wi 458 : oO i over 800-—1,000 sq. ft. . .
Doctor Wants Statues ee we : by the Barbados Camera $ ne Gallon will cov 0 sq. ft BS %
Of Footballers Fall of wickets 1 for 290 Club at the Barbados x Supplied in - - - x 1 & x
WOLVERHAMPTON. ee Cee Museum — 10.00 a.m. 3 ; . PNT CRER % x
Doctor Percy Young, Director at nets eee Police Bang plays at Dance PERMANENT GREEN 818 3
of Music at the Wolverhampton iP ee 0 at Y.M.P.C. sponsored by % . 1 ORERYV x L I I $
and Staffordshire Technical Col- 4 13 piace the Students of the Uni- } RED, BLACK, GREY % %
lege, wants dull statues of pol- . - gs 7 versity College of — the X ie Ae ‘ial Measur % x g
iticlans removed and replaced by . sae West Indies — 9.00 p.m & in Tins of Imperial Measure ¢ & &
statues of footballers Walcott , : - AQUATIC on ne 5 “ ¥ j : i % 8 MER HANDISE :
Doctor Young got the idea at : Rohe sic aeutte rakes Abt x New Stocks Just Received Sik S -
Plymouth. He thought the statue ycePle and Wiveless (WoT) Ltd. advis | p.m. s ei lin 3 & x
Re Renta Tiskiaes wiiroinded Ge Taimine white Goenck tek xs GLOBE: “Paid in Ful & ©M s Phone 4456 38 Agents. Y1% %
r a oo eek Mcgee pkless - 5.0 & 8.15 pom s Nie »
by cannon balls looked just like bados Co station : LAZA (Oistins) “First Yad . x's .
a centre forward. aa Mae tina ~ ae . = saan | in Toyko” & “Riverboat Rh ‘ WILKINSON & HAYNES OO, FD. x : ~
Says the doctor who i a ‘ Pega S.S. Mo ‘ i thm” — 5 & 8.30 p.m x R | s x
ee Soe ere ane SUOMI. OF Good Golt.'S'8, Monica, 'S 8. ‘urs ial a V alley ret aie Gioate | NP EOC OC LOLOL ON RY x
two books on football ne _ pens a8 ips eee a te _ ee al alaska 1s ~
i The Greeks got great in Sofia, 8S. Fort Amherst, §.S. Uruguay bai od Adan Heat ert a $ >
spiration from athletics Why SS. S. Paula, SS. Gascom ss $.15 p.m - x ‘:
shouldn't we?” Yorsemountain, $8. Titdra, S.S. | | ROYAL Rusty Saves a Life g %
"The statues in most of our Ranhiid Brovig, SS. Dolly G. $3 | & “hast of ihe Wed. Man — x |
towns inspire no respect for the Sorel, §.S_ British Fusilier, SS Pre : tn Stee a eadcnts es ae DONT x
ast a t cig t Creek, S.S. Nor ady, SS. Bech Hil sissippt Gamble a v ~ We a “ -
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SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, -I PTEMBER M LH1 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY -;w pee ~ss_ V "'• :rr z*3*f* 5 VA, HMtt l?B"AU. -tVB BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG >' -J: THE LONE RANGER *CU-.HST-EMM*-C.SGO;TO I. KIU r**€Nis*.>oj*nsc*ve.< Dreadful, Choking, Spasms Of BRONCHIAL ASTHMA rss WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS NIGHTS Wh"> a doS ot lhe amazim' Mixture will ease Ihat diultmg, smothering spasm in seconds! Buckley's Mixture is no ordinary medicine—its different from any Cough Remedy you have ever tasted—Triple Strength—No Syrup-All Medication. One Dose Stops The Cough When you feel %  couah or ilK.king bronchial spasm coming on. )U*t take a dot* of Jtuckicy's Mixture and swallow slowly. You'll feel the powerful healing warmth spread down through your throat and bronchial tubes, soothing inflamed parU. easlne hard breathing and loosening tough phlegm, making it easy to expel. Buckley's Mixture is made from rare Canadian Pine Balaam, and other proven ingredients. ThciV not another rough medicine like it Get a bottle TODAY. and relief right away BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE A SINGLE SIP TELI.S WHY WE SEI.E A MILLION BOTTLES A YEAR IN ICE-COLD CANADA ALONG. sz RHEUMATIC PAINS Hf it REAL ftiml |.,r read rebat from rbeuman. udiiu it ui esaential to correct the* cans*. When they are da* to anc acrnrnalatmi of boatly unpaaiuea u imam that kidneys watch tbould %  way tbeae haimlul imptini are IIMT"*' ""** J a< cdir i nr W too* then. us. De Witts fedae* aad Bladder Puto are %  astialtj prcamred foe that parZmT fair soothe a-a taae up disordered tudmys so *** % %  £ that tbeae *itai organs speedily return to theu normal function of clearing the system of irnpunbea V De Witt's PUls hare been relieving rheumatic suflerers in many pans of the world with great success. This one medicine may be ,uat what eon need. Go to year chemist aad obtain a supply ot De Witt's PUls right GUAAANTM De Witt* Pins manufactured uuder sbictly hygienic conditions and the ingredients coo* form to rigid standards of parity. DE WITTS PILLS o' H.cJfr, .id B Udder Troubl !" TODAYS NEWS FLASH WATER PISTOLS : AT %  JOHNSON'S STATIONERY Cheap TEA CUPS and SAUCERS : AT. JOHNSON'S HARDWARE IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' Customers for Monday to Wednesday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Tins Cambridge Sausage (16 oz.) 68 M Tins Colmans Mustard 58 39 Tins Heinz Vegetable Soup 31 M Pkgs. Quaker Oats 54 lit Pkgs. Tower Table Jellies |CM-tX-lA*OG 6 1 it 1 ,'.*:-' i •.' '%  QCVUOGCuG' I OWE VOU AM itf : -~t • JOHNNY HAZARD FRANK ROBBINS TNT TIAlft 'Ml Mff BNTAH 0*1 Wl< CAN if TMt ONf-lUNG 9BK.AVI NOW I KNOW MOW TWO CAN LIVE AC CWIAPIV AAOHt c M .\ Tui OIVttCN RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND v //,.: THE PHANTOM #• %  %  • %  *P 0NG.AU.Ti-'. BETTER ttOWHW %  ..., t:Vy %  %  ME* -a — BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES MTWtSlT '5 KITOOVEO i V Jiv .iTHCtIAIN UE.SJ.1HKT v-AVTwEu-wwuHOTlOGt Ml4 WIVEf ANPCATILt Wu.w r^ Al (ir [ll\ / r ^ TV*^* 5 ^maCT 'pf \j\yj\ Iks %  ZsUB :*••'j D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street THE NIGHTINGALE By LEILA BERG 'OIKO upon a time* the. tiim 1 hnrtourcd phrase, tantalizing to .ill 11..liin-ti. jjives Uie clue to most of in ilns Ixiok. Some arc 1 .. .i'..l i.:itc iitnuit il groWQUM, they arc all a dac • %  •*• •1 n.ir'ii.. re ...Dti.mlv -lira*". 's.|ui-i and tun ottra drpiCMSU, difjinf •" : ">'" •iflrrtnc from owr%  % %  ad aseafj, I l.r r. al in|ir>liau si BLCKl-ASI TORIC VIK1 -ill quuk!> rr*li>rr lint nmj. ; fmlifj jam •gaum f*t*r an>l tba vibBmliMi l "H""" faiigu*. r*a /,.,,., -ssaals l^rey/ • Hi "ON't -'• tUCSJAIT IBITKFASTI fTOMtWIXEl Tired Nerves make life a Burden T N>l nrrvr. . llial make HTftebal tn d-v nJ diiturh •Icep .i nitfht • %  %  %  * tarv ^llllr r\' i uitsl •iipplrmatii to you* .liim\. i ..,.. ed Irom N-i.ir,\ basi leosTw, 'OvahlSW' pH WlaWl Siait al lal nutrm*.ilrmrnl* liiiltidmit vllamln.. liilli lirlp n> huiUi up nri\r--lreni[tli and Muliiv. IriniMiit ntJI* in the manuta.lurr ot Ovabasat' iii"|>tnni ix.t,i-..(;,%. i.n i-m sawafDal ncrM-.rr-it'riiig propvrtie-. Prink Ovaltinr also ai .•rdnmr. h i> il* reliable Ji.l IfJ t>e raaturat, -rh) %  leap Iiii h .lor siiinu !i tO NtMfl ilunammii \<-tm. Bacausa >t Itt O*M> %  OUWlaal Tu.rn *0*lim..the fOOd h ssiiags saowra yi larti usedta rrktaphiab jnd Nursiasj HoaMs ibrotlsrhoui iKe WOeldi jnd mol nni>lcnfK reCOSB' riirnde.1 l*v Pnii"" eier\ herr. Drink dr/icious IMllll Hl.,,1 Mall a I -t UtSt Oil TIM•p^|NlalllM^>1ttuw' K*-.t.h I .( I. id bcin %  l IUIW i '%  '. %  • %  %  OVALTINE jhr \t>rvt> Strength and \ itality >•/ %  M # %  ><.(*/ iin* by tit Chimtm W Siottt* p^ %o6 I



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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26. 1951 RARRVDOS VDVOCATE PACE FIVE Assembly Amend Factories Act Bill THE HOUSE Of ASSEMBLE %  Ml tha Bill lo an . toliM Act 1947. Discussion on the Bill pterabcr 18. F,.r' >.v It., i t • n.l fhn " '"^t 1 M (Ml. I I t u iH' Agrees To Principle For West Indian Club The House V r>!eiil.i> iiu i fovernor'i M la Club and Centre in London for Weal Indian %  nbi %  \ %  %  %  of Your %  jccelli 'h. II ... I -nil the proposal to I t'lub and %  n for i %  students tall] irrent %  %  %  Man A Harks Woman: Police Mttki' Arrvst I OH I III ill SI IX AM HIS ASK roil roi.nurablc members will .tlory Appeal Bocrd be abolished; (c) that owners r [BjCtOI i Of 'hO cXli-tenerOf facto.-ies within I l.me speeded in the Bill. Crown, but Id go tu a magistrate with it charge without uny witness at ail, and if the judge I tha particular factors could be ckaad down or its proar> %  peded, up wa* • lha prlnSect SINCUNU ilfifti and email u .1 .ommon form of baaknuj ttraoghrat the whole WOT el. lint HUB Indian has %  new style He calls hun**if the Human O-tncli ,nd dsimtaut h* could uy with hi* hewt BBnS. the ground for several days. Whan performiu* outside the Calcutta racecouive. how Be i B M %  im-ii' interval*. Just to BM it any mcViey had f<. 1 hu bowl KXl'RESS DOIaOTHY PAVNTEB wh< vrs at III I 1 W( %  %  1 lha Poh. 1 %  • tha paaatn of lha ., man Ui har room said th.'t She iiw-inu' i win tcmaan.. 1.. %  -,. and lha man woundad hoi ha I put an tha tone and of anono^to pr %  „,*>. Tinmatl miediMl t.iki'': • within a short tune a man erold Slant. .11 ..I Harts (lap. war* aald to b* 1JM Want £ hn,> church. %  rmi m atudaoi 1. | nf '"' %  '' %  """<•'! '< %  "< I'-* 3-> 1 1 ui London Griffith, M, barged with en%  uj .. dwelllni houM arrai lana. Intant Weat Inmaii btuucnis Union I .1 Ion,; niflllol.itldUIll 10 M pointing AUGUSTUS B.COMPTON %  %  11 of 1111 emlttaa for student, in London. At n^nngs PoUca 8UI Bl Unw tha number Of studen Loiul 11 was 78 and t' %  .> voted, THREE PLUMES MATCHES O.V SALM EVERYWHERE the daftnlI %  -i ; "v 'public Viiierpeiio' clple of the Bill aa ho had D BxecuUva Com^"" ,lW ^ '"• bul ht feared the nn by C| powera prapoaed to be given to Crown from complying w.lh the "'"' '" r -' lhn ,l '" "" h.ud of the paraoi causiiM! irreparable daMr Do that the %  ervlcea of 1 quaJlAed engineer lid i" obtauv d (W machtnarj it factors not anybody. Na1ui.il!. be would have to be given a good salary. As one looked around toda> in(Afactor; lo cials holding high ofllces in this the purpoaa I'ulninble country. This was rightly so, in proi Act" GIVE NOW! it the* would Ilka %  centre 1 n-luxalton %  M well as those froTB Baal H lay* -""I "cr places II wai onb the West Indian students who h : entr< had taken lha Act. ClauM 7 repeals section*. 7. 8 and ! ot ihe An and substitutes new ., inch— 1 %  %  tha ; own ': it it..*. .1. ParhHou (b> by Bubatltul %  oecuning in the rortunati JanuUcan wh fl homeless and pi Colonli ihe mattac up and wi.. u> help them Bnd 11 war reit that %  %  leip lie undarstood thai ihei 1 unw *r* the onij onot who and not tlcally •>" l <"< honourabli to make complaint bjefOfl 1 ite who may Q 111'erim order, if. lha evidence rOCI i| the opinion that the %  !iom the condition ol %  %  I .. %  ]> par! of %  mat, in rifk uf serious bodily !... %  ... tO ([ |([ ( M( ,., .,,„.,.,, .„„, (|U;t i l(1 ,.„ persons in th c factory: %  an informatlori need only allege thai a fad 1 n factory within thl opinion, because ihe mlarlaa Mr. E. K. Waholi li %  of tl I 1 . 1 1 the nielli hm : .Id be annrovlnj tha toU B Jamaica B •• • it: ;. 1 I oaaar will be In the Governoi M m tk 'M "., SS wai inted 1 tl it II the" bo L'.IOI. ii.r-i lallo 1 '. theON DRV DOCK Tha 47-iou %  eboonti Auguiu*|! 1 ei bj on drj dock undoi %  epairi fha ahlp lost alii round the and "' Augm' | when slie mat .1 -tonn on hei ..... from St LllCia here will jeneral cargo The Auguatui B Compton tni.ill> iii.nle the tup in. 1.1 WIMI anothei %  ehooner'i %  all while %  now lull of alb lot .iiloi hoi Whll %  k ti %  iblp will undorajo 1 poaral (leaning up %  ltd p.nntmg Aftei loinlng nil ling cargo tor si Lucia Bl 1 hynara 1 AMOCUC 1 % %  %  ... %  •;. 1 r %  1 i|| 10 involve imminent oftcrcd wrTO ne*.teicl,i;. ll'Ui si LAM ia bv tha motot Daei wood tne 1 Nan wood alaio > %  ought qu %  boom opra %  • %  ii 1 cocoanuU She began the uid ling hortlj aftei I rival. L 1 /* 1 ; ; — WITH — PRELL EMERALD CLEAR SHAMPOO PBBU, MAKES Till HAM RADIANT AMI DANDKIKI IKII. anon mual be arrierob? he hopexi that II would B,u wklch called ftx technical Irtought within six months of become more workable In proknowledge. the making Of the report taetfng ihe workers m Ihe varlndu'Ir:'in the htaod 1n.l1 evL Bcoul win 1 %  ( 1 tha pat Clause 8 of the Bill anieads section 10 of the Act so as to extend the powers of the Laboi.i I Industrialisation Liihour Commissioner fad that m big oounfrli ihj First, he s.nd. it w>' bad thai atuustrj ol l-ab..ui was cornMr %  i> BbaauH ,„.i 11..1 h.. ,h '' Bl "? ,>l l>^0,, f ^ '"'" Prtaeo" of about h-if the numbei Mr. K. p. Moauoy said uiot hi „ 1.. lltl n,, Bile Ite passing In of the local Civil Service There%  a 12 repeals section 19 and thought there was not one honlHli along ihe lines of "o'ahlc member who would obworked In IM7.lt was .said thut the Depot Intent thai would he i4. 15 and 16 of the J -t '" ,ho principle of the BUL floord would <•• %  Bp| I ,, i, h enirineer. I I 1937. (1 Ed. 8 Ceo One was especially the case ., Ih n Ml i lt5 l. ,„„. t tr ..... Btter pro,ho member* of the pppoaitmi. %  ., „, Rrrrr E) %  ,''' %  machinery, The Bectli 1 —' %  "'" %  W IC "• %  .vanted to mem Department contraUiiur any. li. .fi, d will not aUow guards to IKdone there ...US obv.-uely l.leu...J,..,. |;,,„,t.' t. ., the pur,, m lie felt ; ta MnM the protactlon ot lf ...-, %  . :... Com-thai hi was bound by lha motion for cleaning operation et J .„ I !" K* M -^ .,m i>SM,n,r "" n : '' | w fee opinion win. n *„.. expressed i lk except wlthtocerbu^ivery narrow ,, % ?r ,K-? IKT n.^v \ '. '''' J Se Hon Ben Membi tor St could tu.n down ;i James, that the oruflnal 1 mid that h vang %  <; and restricted in is part v coveru nk !l "' u "'' 5S Vi ,l> ,;, ex '" BO, thai the original ed to the .void-necessarili as' %  rtl,h u ? r fct "£,*"" part of the 1 e at ofhclal the Hill would stand N ".,<""words nccessariij ex no( totorp|ftt ,, lhi| way Thm |J ?l| ,. K ^^ Sous.. 16 m-ikes urovlsion as to wcrP veral fac V ,ri0S lK ln '" s He ad that clause A and WIUJ • „ hlll Bl '..!..... where work. | ,,., „.„ 1(1M1 „„„,., ,„„ (| u rfSlufu^tooAct c "" lrt ^ nudmerf. disfigured or Mr. F. L. Halcoit (1,1 of legal buelneai thV made Invalids for life. He the Hon. S 3*. best and coning a clause eu,,,.w, y^^ t u>y snuul(| ^ ,,,. M ng the actual ^^ „ aoon as po.grbl,. .,„. ..rten.tcr before the Court. xhey were some of Uiem who whli4i to Inmafei lbwould have lik This clause also repeals sections rthig to tha notlOeathan othara and he Uked fora board Into tin ihe not onl include augai fi tion or accidents which will now wnr( [ to hearing suggestions for Labour C04 OUld not bul al %  n.ill tactOtiaa, S %  11 tall Bd tn the provisions of amendments where necessary in ba\ for himself, he was in agreemen N'.diOcation of Accidents and ulrfer to mahe t h P Bill as workli. I Occupational Diseases BillBD Je as possible. Doparti Hon. Senlo Clauge 19 contains the penalty The last speaker had mentioned Oul alia, U 'M. 1 %  for forgery, personation t hnt the 1947 Act had hecM passe-! and other offence, under the Act. h,,, ,, had never been prOclaime-l nowen All Of There mu*t have been I And labour M| lammed last week for furMr. Mellley aaid that rw agreed „V"';*-7 %  ... n „ *.iower to Ihe Labour the labouring people of Urn )t .. ai .. mPIl nd put It Into the Hf %  '"^t' 1 colony should be under the La. hour Department, but this did not ,,„ %  OWnei Of UM (w I lj mean that the Head of that department should be reAppoint men 1-. M, f K W Mr. If. A. IIOUIIUIK raid that he Commissioner and 1* % %  r :v. to control tin dustry of 'he Inland to 1 very large degree, 1 %  in ask wh] WM 1 -Tied. %  %  Opp .'ion would d inporntmenta. Thai Mr Walcotl furtbei : i B • was a matter that could be settled out that although the Lab when ihey went into committee. Commissioner would be getting by a D Of 12—8. Dr. Cummins raplylnl to polnl that act, it did raised, said that the 1947 Ad Lab "-" wore Hi with thc principle of the Bill benot considered workabto. He* "* Ml *Jldei fore them, but the manner in which pointed out that the inspwtinn of Inspector, because under | Mi ^ L II was propose,! to bo carried oul factories was to be done hv the Civil E*i.iblishn.eiit I>\IIT. pei -'. It, D Mr. Adams would definitely be placing in Labour Commissioner. %  "' anpolnted lo the < lW*l 4 Ml Q irnei % %  ,„„. man ., Bervlei bf the uovernoi and not inuncker. rpower, Second Kending by ah} bnenl fa the The Bill was eventually given Mr. C. K. Waleetl (Bl Objects and Reasons of the Bill Itl lecond reading and went into he wi the Hon. Senio that the Secretary <.f state had committee. MemtMr for St. Pete%  Bdvbwd 'he Got lha Section 1. which deals with die ing a rathei more Fiictorle* Act of 194: did not Hde1itle of the Bill was passed. explanatory style Bul he thought Sedmn 2 %  ,n-uvide for me fencing Section 2 reads as follows:— that mend l Boded, otlng A Mottley Dowdinu. Mr Ret i 1 Mr %  K v. ^£&t?: SMALL RUGS I tl li in. 2 fl. :i in. l.„l, -.in ::.". in. ii'i in.. I.,, 1. >L'III; M II \.,.;, B5.ll eh |U M CARPETS 4' " T IJich S3T.5* 1 10 6 Kch $107.31 11. ] 1 .. h -n .. |] 1 .„ 1, -1JJ..1 FRENCH RUGS ll.uri;.Si/rs| I, I '1,1 .. slt.r. ".I I.I HV 8' 9' n 11 1 .. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10—13. Broad St |/]KLIMi [2] KLIM keeae -Uheyi KUM QUALITY IS Mimfs ommM |),..nihtr uiterM %  ,, m .li. I.I ,,il-..li..lr..r. itrsli aaeasd '.. J B KLIM \\ aaaaaael for qra. Bj KLIM \t KLIM 0 KLIM [[, KLIM 1.,.. XLIM MILK Hit IN PllfERCNCI IHI WORLD OVIR f (in Sale %  ( all Leading Store > r t rf M %  %  pjrjj^'g'" 'pj | i %  Jusl .trrirfl! %  VRESH SHIPMENT OF m 1*1 III \t CHOWS ALSO 1 I MM K FEEDERS g I I. .I.l-oil Jones & Co.. 1,1(1. —Distributor.. %  %  %  %  %  GALVANISED PIPES l"-U"-2" &f CITY GARAGE TRADING Co., LTD. VICTORIA STREET •WI Y0UM PET /T? A .**•*'.: '.•*.•*+• TO-DAY'S SPECIALS ',W/r//rV#*///v 1 inn in YTVS\\ St.K-k. In . Illlll M \IIIIS s III". SOAP "92" OINTMKNT I Ml IK III Ol II ANTIM ATI SOUND will \i"i IWOBM TAlil.i i!8 ( OMlllTOS I Mill IS ••I ... I I KMIillTS LTD. ALL BRANCHES MTRH'lA POWDERED .Mil K ".. tin M mil IA PIlWIH 111 l HII.K I II. Tin. nirilllAl MI\N\ SAUSAGES par Tin POTATOES |..r in II... IISIIINS p. r III II,CONDCNSI II MII.K |i. r Tin I VAPIIKAT III MII.K DM Tin 11...1 Uw Rblni CoM ..f I THE AltOM 1 I I Ms I \S|| will UUtl US I \ I si ixsn 1.10. sun 1 A 10. I.IIK I M I slll I I ::II.. ;. I



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ISfflrfmto. ESTABLISHED 1895 WEDNESDAY SJ KMIIKK ->. 195" I'KICK Fl\ 300 Britons Expelled From Iran Technicians must leave by Sept. 27 "Cat And The Mouse" 4 ll \lll\<. it \.. \.i Game Says U.S. Paper TEHERAN, Sept. 325. 'pHE IRANIAN GOVERNMENT ordered 300; British technicians remaining at the vast Abadan refinery to leave Iran by October 2. Vice Premier Hossein Fatemi said Iran would no longer consider employment of any members of the re finery's British staff. Only yesterday the British had been offered individual contracts bv the National Iranian Oil Company. Premier Mohammed Mossadegh gave an expulsion order to the Iranian Oil Companv Board at Abadan for transmission to British tnchnicians %  %  % %  %  % %  \ %  %  %  ild had %  %  from All Quartert: Woman Jumps To Death %  INQUIRY INTO SEAMAN'S DEATH Thr n ll"ni>: m. sent b\ I If Ix.HI. t, v \,<~ I --if \llred •.*. to lhII— ol \v %  Mi l*OiKf VJI(1 uStnon Yalanu. Bogota. Utpad to Mr di the sixteenth lloor of tl.. .. Hotel in nudtown last night. The body landed on U tir-'i sxtati ton HI the hot.) reai l'ohr<. Mid Senoi.. %  : .'lit ll. T for a nervous disorder. A our %  M i i M H;K| been at UU ... bed. told Monies had leaped suddenly from the bad and The nurse said she pi Baaora siound tba wal i struggled free. The mil that as ths ihi wine *ledge iJie grabbed her leu bu. NUld not prevent her from jump ing. Monies is reputedly a member of the Bogota family engaged in the brokerage busme-s in . .-uiiiir. She registered at *lv lint. 1 with her husband Ai.' [ .miry. Trln Derailed.—A Tui railway express was derailed while crossing a bridge ovi stream Several chas plunged Into the stream b* itiei fear. many injured. No further details are immediately • available stek OanvMa. •Prison ofncials Mud six oi %  "in affects ol drinking a polaonoui 28 others were IN boapital la Honolulu In serious condition. Prisoners went on a drinking orgy Sunday nlgl LO them wruhni| In thi i in tha man i t'heiiii: % %  I rha Daput> Warden said ho thought It was probably a d ipllcaU n g machlna iiuid. Initiative.—John Cowlc* I>resld.-nt or Mat Tribune beUevei lhat th.rs. %  lould take tha Initiative from Russia in the told war I *'; Brail lh marnenl and peace."* Coalition. %  Zlonlfti T .... in-1 .il-. manj todaj on the form..' .• of a 4 Governiiii-nt. \ ami '! ipectad I It win profa .I %  %  %  The B ml rshlpa in%  I lies th* %  %  %  111* C x re II em i 0JM (K'Vrriiiir lie Hi. ham ur I refer to HK rdaaaaaa t the Honourable thr linn \%.-mhU dated the 'air ..I June. 1M.M. .in the Mbjarl af the dralh of Mr MtSon Kim. and In a* th..i It* firm of Sullritoro in South Africa who have been rei-oiitd la look after th" Inl.resf. of th,l.imlv of Mr Milton Km*. have been •u|.|in-d wit; iierauur% lor Ihr prepai turn of a i.iitn agaJaaf m. i,.,> ernmenl of the In Ion of South Africa. The Solicitor* .! %  • mm prrnarlng Ihr I "In. h will be lodred formally with Ihr I t>. i. nient. MtfMadegh'fi Govt "Sttunpeding To CcM'iinmiisiir -JAMAL EMAM1 Mudheads Trounct Barbados To Tune Ol 159 For 1 Wkta Glendon Gibbs Hits 216 As Records Topple s. < OPPIN) liKOHtlKTdWN 1U;.. Sept. 26. Record! topptod tiMiuy "lien lit; batsmen again looli of Barbadot' limiied bowllii| i-eeourcea. Darbiuiot' ;i!*H. Highlight of tha day'a plaj wa> .1 ilnut>li> rentiny l>> Irfi handai Glendon A ho tn •coring I'll*, pul on with Leslie Wight 800 fol the first wicket rfaUbltahini %  new intr>?vtenla] first wicket i-pt-ord and aaveml record! rbi Uourda ^1 nund Greon iwardBawlng wa-Im JZ2Z ;> Kussian Jets rtoM B iiiling %  and the ware held in d iveri t.-.k in muHilai Id -h< necessarv 1 runi making [S3 li g new Intercolonial Aral althal <iSpaUh ins two quick bnwli. ... J h forn-s ..I ad* M.I (,. 15 jet* and damaged In the longest aerial >..ui# of ti., Kceean "... ( %  or 35 minutes 37 of the cracfe 1 idled States nn jet* fought a 1 l.i/lng battle uilh an M I Q, fon. The fight was waged %  -Si i,n ir..United %  '• I %  imandei ordared U i roUowdns nob I /to be son) to tha Reds lonishl %  %  stlruj today, ant' abrupt dapartura tharefi 'i.o i; < lllli' rourteanth Ha.v of fhi ill ; %  Moody con* i'-nk north ilict for thai gtra if Yangnu TOKYO The South Korean frigate Apnok suffrfd three direet Mis from a large i allbn <' mutual thorn nun during a ship to shore duel oft the Korean i ast roast last night aelordfcig to United Nations naval I.. %  Ml.till, I •lllea ; %  lias Tin more seriously •rounded %  rers transfarrad to the t!.s. bati J-I-'U r..i treatment and one wounded South Korean MIII! remained aboard the Ainmk ok, iffarlng S partially tooged engine room and loss of ted b> the U.S daajroyar ffuairti A tug was towing the South Kofi in frigate to an undeatanalad pod. —U.P. ADVOCATE J'CA RELIEF FUND little drop* uf waU>r i.itue grata* al aaasl Make the mllil> wean And the i.l. ,mi Und' — The pupiu of two seaei i-. H u ( ..'l. : ,,,,i Modern Mich school, were IBS | "iiinhutor* lo Ihr fund >i-tfidav Wont >ou lel^— \ I.ITII I c llll.lt It \|i reai in the w.. rea In CO £••'* lli|. Ill tllUI lo-d>. lo *lhrr Hank, or direel to the Advorate. %  k .1 I ... Hih flihool I am prepared to meet with you at 10 am to (USf ui n itu.illv satlsfactoiy %  lal Liaison Offlcci In Uv U s \ir r-1 Colonel % %  li Klnney.ru id of lha C \ la.i %  i .•red the note to Communists at the i %  . .' • ,t I'..Mun Jon K Second Merliiig 1 ha ''""in iini't boll %  .Hid moating of Lialaon groups %  %  i motion ol on August 23 A Li. I. nt Communist liaison officers only %  %  %  %  [ Andrew J Kinney, Chief UW i Kffwur 1 'rtwei. nrllseaas anj imptton of nd to dlsun %  i %  hang tfiari ..n meetn and stall (rom il •ding to Itidgw.i N Hi — IT RAVAGED by the htirrirane this district In August Town. St Andrew present* a sorry picture. Loo*" zinc sheet* and broken boards strewn about gira evidence to the fury th*t %  unleataed on the nlgbt or August l><-<;as|M-ri Will Ask Truinun For Help WASHINOTOM Bapl Premier Alctdc Da Gs I bare %  man lodav his i. %  hrlping Hal* *>< %  ;';asreri wants Truman to use hi* personal In! negotiation, started In I %  %  full and %  %  %  % %  M %  %  1 l'ihn Snyder, an address at the %  talks with Btcratary ol s•%  \htkr Of Windsor Geiat"ire till not back i rhn II.-'IIngnad ihis mnmnfi bidieiin which was J gold frnnie on rtu.kln, ice gate a few minute* [gUM Early morning rrnwds surgeil 'orwnrd In lead it and filed pg Changing or Ouardi al Bucking i mi Paraca Involving the playln if the Army band move.! toda* to St. James Palaca to i '.r disturbing the KM %  i a U %  %  i %  t up on the i ' abova the ground ti.-r on the Inner Courl Rallei ovegstha King's appaicnt turn for the belter wns tenipie.l however hv the knowl. e throughoul each daj and %  nlng —IT. Gerntaii—CidNui Sugar Pud i uii : i iMKIN. Sept 2S 1 in Duke of WIIHI.I.' %  hospital today for X-ray exjnuna :lqns described as routine A apbkesman for tha l>uke said 11 regular checkup* Duka has fi nme I I Royal HUM.. Id. Iuke arrived In London C l rdaj I I'ari sboul 2* is after his brother the Kirif ulih-rwent a maiur lung lUrgjST] %  gham Palace %  ike had planned the trip to London some time before tha King'ii condition srai round to bi serious. Apparently tin trip was for a lerkup The Puchsasad Wind.r in Parin — Sugar Shortage In South Africa ("APE TOWN. A shortage *>1 sugar has develoaed m Ihe shopn of Cape Town Wholesalers imposed u ten pet ennt. cut in supplies t-. In July and have cut supplies by a further ten per cent, in BaptSBl b#T. n.<unng th.. past two years ihi drought HI Nat d has SStJOUll] ,r imhistry. Tlie aeason the dr-.ught turn been exceptionally bad and has reduced ii„. grop bj many thousand* of I c-ounlry is entirely dependent irfi IUCMI nupplie^ of sugar None is being exported at the It is impossible t.. say fnrUie r cut. BONN <.. i W< ten, icrin.niy alii d an agfogrngeii (iernuinv Of Bfl fflHUal SUppI) of %  oma CloiMT.OOO worth of Cu in sugar until 1953. Ueiions for s sera %  gn arnant will 'A*. %  i ,of Eli iles announ-cfl —B.U.P. Workers Grand River 51 Morv Reiorn From I 1 S. A. FIFTY ONI Barbed! I the U s A i brought ow < %  in ti,,' U %  \ Ona v/orkai carrie 'i inwoi kt %  pi ived with the I %  Rivei Company .ill ip ki ke tre itment U i .i\ cii There WOT an all managed to dagu h included the till I'.i s.i.-. 'n..|ie\ •,, \\ i icinMil I '" I %  %  %  I. Hi ilaiii And Prance Enter Crisis IViioils li> ll\Kln il HI. i ION Nl W IfOW u„ i lowcrlul Alllot lluv ..II. HMD '.I lllll %  %  %  %  pollrlei %  %  %  loped in Frai the Allied (-".im hi! 1 A %  \ inn.' I a : %  I 1. Mil %  %  ion in ltr lab .. .,, %  —ur. Easenhower i h*ders "Full Speed 4head" B] WILLIAM lit ll IRDSON SUPREME ALLIED li (^ A sense ol urgent may hv fading awaj in the P ilitii al and E> on ( ..l ins Wesl but there I %  i %  austere command post . %  %  %  Would <;iwdl\ Iteliirn %  %  •., ":" %  ".! %  '" %  "" JL W'""T L "T' i gt*...7w h.Xgu reeiiii %  imi returned hom ll nlng io gel eeld In tha t s \ i %  wink with Iho Is ,,-,. ...i %  itment %  %  |. fjni %  h. looked il I quick)} i Li %  %  I., i i la bi log bm s i th me. 1 %  %  orh wlUi Ihi %  %  %  %  ' %  l> K.--I I.o' 1 %  Before I %  %  n uld be %  %  Id H %  Nof A C enl V 1 1 %  So %  1 %  1 1 n.i.tHsm. (Jompromisv In Trieste Affair the futui -BIT. Three Confer LONDOrt, Sept 25 Britain's Chief of the Imperial H .;• and %  %  • "or toa :•'...-; S .'ft met on Tuesday night with Prime Minister Clement g top Ministers to decide if Britain should uv her warships to keep Briti'h workers In Iranian oil fields — L'J*. WASHING %  Yugoslav Ambassador Vuidlmii Poyovtc .ni'ii IN "i s< %  : • Unti L> .'i •'> % %  %  work out [th I* *etllerr">l of the disputed tatl lory of Trieste. l'.,p'IV(. I talk with Acheaon seUlem-i.t I • % %  %  ines is quite pa %  c j learn what niscusslons the t'mte. i i on thl nubjeet with lUJUUI I'lennei A. i %  ). %  XH Oaapi aofan li hera on Italian peaei laeel . • %  %  %  %  %  two ceunU.P %  I I has ... the Soviet %  i I At Gem %  uu '-full a i %  i p The ADVOCATE" pays for NEWS Dial 3'. 13 Day or Night Oaiis May lie Releam'd %  %  %  %  l.'ii i ted States sbai %  %  ba 1 H ; i i>s ,md the Mini %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  W ', m .n He at slang \t thl %  camp hi I %  % %  %  j e/i : indJ ina wen ii.p ii.' worked nscksag to t %  I would rei i A lo< Iition-. Praised %  %  %  %  %  , On Page S





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ru.i rwo RARRAIMtS MlMK \TI WEDNESDAY Sl.PTFMBFK 24. IMI Ccuiib CnUwq • Cori.t %  M Will fit oxford .! 'I the CMAU ate. Mr* 11 A i uKe and son Dai l.irkett. B I Hoskin mid three ifuldi. %  and Hi B H.>1P amd t.> children. Mr. and Mr* W M Jackson. Mrs W l_nni'n Mis J Lei tfn .1 A M..UHM-M1. Mr and Mr. W I. ThOtim and I Leaving New Zealand To-morrow S .S. AKAROA. the -hip which >l IhiWI i rlckMatl '" New Zetland was In i oinmuniratiitii With Cable and WiraftMB' Barbados Radio Station at I am. on Sunday At that time ahe informed Barbados %  Radio that she would be CM contact* as she was due to arrive m Auckland at 7 a 'ii ml morning. Akaroa passed Pllcalm Islam isth, i>ut did not stop as the sea was too rough lor small boats to come out In New Zealand, members of the W.I. team will rhangaships und ar* due to leave Auckland at 3 p.m tomorrow foi Bj Aurtralia 1 > |."ie S.S UJIK'IH-IIJ Barto ..Tjunn cut,,. B MangMella when atM leave*. Auckland hound S B %  Vaacsadla I via sere* vsjasel wuh .i unnaga "I -.-.• b> %  id and Woin Ltd I.. owned I" Huddart Parker %  i -.urne ..ii.i Bi Happy Tales M RS | [> KELLMAN \ I TransCanada Airline, oo Saturday to lion, band who an %  Mi. I. %  Kmtfi and the enjoyable la* •'is I.. rough! his Wife 10 join him New Appointment M H LEONARD I THOUPB> IN Junk i \ vi Vi..i to a gknDar posf tn i tntarto and asDatM I i leave Barbados with hi racoO) • net n mi*. Carib learn enure rai Mr Thom p aon R MM n %  school, bin it will brl Ihe hundred,,f frtondl fr..m whom the Thomiisons miM part. In In official i eit) \i, Thompson .ha* always i**M kind 'nnauai ; b#|pfui t" .hose wboat puilnai took unm t> the CoriMilAte In private life he %  d .ui miiv%  bam which andMrad htm to his .stall and Mie fmaral pttbUc. f I -grv1 WfaJeh eomtwith savin* au revoir, i aril, |n m > wilh their many •rho„,„s;7, rasa sa sriliSi > . . .. . ., sli M*ni(er : M:\V IDEAS FOR i M". '' t ^."Jl?THE SLIM t : ;; ll W 1 A on Monday on a short batl He left |at night for To-night's Dance ( T B4M t'ndergraaudies art holding a dance this evening at I %  fl 1 exchanged w"h Itu Dance eomnutiei of Carlton. Fontabtlh ntdad M Short Holiday SIMOSE LACOUR, old daughter •rf an orxuiaat HI Matimii) %  pawling %  short holiday bj Hathadoa She .irnved from Martinique Ifl-t Thursday and plans lo be here until October ftah. She is vtaying at the Sea View Quest House. Back to Dominica D UE TO LEAVE today foi Dominica by the Canadian Crnleer is Mr. Jutsef Joe' Masslef. xon of Mr. Ellas Nassief, prominent merchant of Roseau. Dominica Joe has been here on a short holiday staving at the Hotel Royal With Sinclair Oil Co. M R WILLIE JENSEN arrived from Venezuela several days ••go accompanied by his wife and two children and are spending three works at the Paradise Beach Club. Mr Jensen is with the Sinclair (Hi Company at Santa Barbara Blight? IOM stool of grads are |r,-i\mg foi on Friday. What is it all | A. The i assist m ihe repaii <* n plaeemoal of rornAHtnal fuaa n l property d;-'irrtcane. *?. Is It formal'' A. Most aWftnit* V What if I . lafa !.. support the cause but 'annot attend ihe i Pli BM i it %  %  %  ti> arurono <.f the %  Q. What i thioboul I S..le • -I liuliuii Chili liurca>t'> I'cfS I or U<-i.i.H-rshi|> Cricket Trouble A Nf.lt V WOMEN carrying pvass •••< o IMMNJMII nacks hill %  .rched to • uago City Hall. Thev tuU Un 1 c.using olnVial Samuel David will cui mor thai enckeu were invading: then ..eased the an esli—rdinai.. Sna^u „, his uAVc 'Mai went into action .ih a flv wslier ng %  • hib h-d On ihe • flv -waller. He aun irdered watchmen out to see that the women have no more cricket EMPIRE To-day and Tomorrow 4 45 A H 3tl V-C-M Presents Hedy LAMARR —John HODIAK a •A LADY WITHOUT PASSPORT" James cRAlC. vith IXirg*' MACREADY mnlloTi ',1 Mi N S tlon lates wen in reased .. roUOWl PW meriHRl rat or having n buiine PtPrt a raws within L'.S mlkn of CharRIDN) in* Crosa, seven guineas Instead || ls M i 25 miles s m u b It within 50 mtt | 'nt *sissi l of four. :. rlsiwherc inthK ,nd a I 'I CK will RADIO PROGRAMME • | %  a S—. ll io p m Nswi l.bS—>U m 11 ifiNii' T>e Anal'Ma is w M | half i ih .-I f II m Bridget, h M *pnndi'' Mi. BL.don ha graciously consei'' i by auction durrna into Tt* -.— is m InwrlwM Tts %  t *i I,n M • passe rf Ihs K^' sTsT"' V^ .tiance fe of three guinstustoal liwtn-sent.. sn. rt*ir,unchanged. s^n. !" PaisOe. SM pm To-lr i i 1 •—IS.SS S.S* Ll u H si Stalk Bu r glar g Ve %  Jg ( COMBtLtTTt Rut)iv*.~ lor sttm women otity—ta th* tttnttnetto: ttaturt of thlt neiL autumn mtxtet ei-enino I'ock The ttoaice li maale of black nuivure tact %  BODICE RVttLt—oi tUk chiffon er fianc taffeta thtt centre bodice u of $hot velvet with oota lame thread. Hazel's Succeaa L ISZT himself would succumb to Haari" was the way in which the critic of the LondM News Chronicle summed up the j-erformance of Trinidad born Hn/ei BeOtt. who is playing at the Ismdon Palladium. Britain's leading variety thesitre Miss Scott played some of Liszt's inti-ic to "Boogie-W(ayie" The I).ills Express described her ft* t I %  "wit, i^auiy and sensational piano-pl.wNr Said the Dally Telegraph. H.I/.-I Scott seams to be carried away by her own rhythmic compoatttang I should have liked lo have seen more of her £n Route To U.K. E N ROUTE to England |H QM Oaaeagne which left Barbados over the week-end is Mr. Maurice St. John, a Junior Master of the Grenada Boys' Secondary School and son of Mr. and Mrs Edward St. John of Grenada. He If. going to Glasgow University on a three vear C D an.I W Science Scholarship. Two WMIU M R JIMMY ABOUD who is in the Dry Gnoils BUglnai Irl tl his father. I 1 About) and Sons in Trinidad flew in from that colony -n Monday h> n w l A. to spend two weeks' holiday in Harbado%  •Hiving at Accra ChMat House From B.C. A MONG the arrivals from British Guiana by the Ciascogmover Uic week-end were Mrs Kenneth Burrowes and her niece Enid Mrs. Burrowes, the former Clara de Weaver is on a short holiday and they are staying with Mr and Mrs. Vere Rice of Bank Hall. Barbados Holiday M who it in charge of the I ScrVlea i Ruiz. Venezuela. Rm/ I imately Tim dian and l* staying with I I %  Villa", lank I %  -ts I'RU E i us I HOI II Its iwad beef prir-cs to o up an J^.im %  .•-... %  • %  Umi ,,-nnt money oontenlBai i raddBB arren ( ,. er ,, n^ck upstairs and stole % %  i Calling Ihr W* r^ Tfiouahla •" nag* •AgUaV Ambition—A p Film Star IB p %  > ThB NB>WB. IS 11 Or. It 15 p n CfBi, PfopW Mid -trt T.lB I HI in m." \ Ml WEDNXMDAV %  PTXUBIK SS. |SI OS p n, 1" p "i N*> I 10 p in -10 a p ir CanadU" OPENING FRIDAY AT 2 30 8 3u 20tU Ctntury.Foxi magnificent production in color bm jfecJwfcofor !)< IT" lORAPrl o( lovely Tessa i Pendti. %  model In London Srv %  i %  | %  i in popular among wi I li England Her real ... understand. Is in I %  % %  star. Gold Coast M il OIOROI M> DBRMOTT "( BrtUi'' ..i leavhu Britain for the C.nld (.'oast this Mali Hi here at %  salesman to %  i %  %  lei tai : i %  % %  <( tu Dr. Kwnmc Nkrumah during the lat% %  Back Again B ACK Club. For till white tthoettWhite -hoes, to paw muster in company, must be spot.. imnuculjle. Use ?Roi! Piopcrt's While Renovato or Propcrl's Shuwhiie. No t surer way of making sure that while shoes arc *hiief I'KOPERT'S SHLWIUTE & Wam RESOVATOR li, CortiMi uk Sfvmge Filmed in ln wxotic h of the —* racfic. where firi> leor/dm meat %  dgabaji em ei XXXNXXXK>COCXXXVC\NXV\\\\\\V.\\ v X3CC< Amrriian Column Boom all the Way .mo In ASSLT^S U """ l 1 1 -"-'"'"' "* Inde,4 ihe Qght. says she is gg4o| t- ofncu.1 And ihe tSRSTJP^' 1 W !*** a *•* ConsUtution many Inse, Tone His newest r^omfhen^ '• %  '<"'o Protect p,clure M ll-ie COD*. .he bmS, : """' "' Vt Hh l*" !" !" '" P-netrate e ta Chrutor. i: wUson. who The President said "The up h,s job as a £71000-.,word, of the Soviet Consl.tut.or. btconiVim-an less thai citizens live i Caribbean Ho I) Evans, well-kn Club-oi % % %  %  ft LOB! %  .IHK> ;d ihe Caribbean i Hub during eaburet time But Ins teal job is Manager of the Club Medicine At King's College M R. TREVOR BLADES. Mr and Mrg H N W I W i"ck S|-i.>ner s Hill, who had been holidaying It %  nee Jub 1st Urfl last night for Trinidad l" ll W I A route to England w> 1 OLYMPIC LAST t SHOWS TO-UAV • i a.i I ACTION-PAf.'KED DOUBLE !YVONNE DE CARLO BOD CAMERON "THE LADY OBJECTS' %  nd MIKEL CONRAD in "ARCTIC MAN HUNT' Filmed in Ihe Icy Fields of Alaska HOCIORS PROVED PAIMOIIVES BEAUTY RESULTS gave Uidus.tri.iliM %  nl Truman's i He prnniues industry ( .II.II .I ui ihe Gate ..^ A ROBOT (it'ARD is to be ho i t.dioned at defence tai lot" Workers will put a photo idennoih.-ng. sov.es tltv kt v „ tUlU „„, M iU 1IMU ._. CROSSWORD liw eminent prowls like waste scales nor proi,eui of prey mabtne all men E*-"2 " r *""*" more v.olr.,, „„rt morr t.rm ,h. . and aim m w m ih.n Ih, am „< Ui.Cnn SST !" r ";""* '" ,vc '>'•* ".-i.a.1. KhW.,r rth.-, igm thwr unnu.il inroinc rrotn of the uast" CILOOOmUUon In ins 1.1 css.ooo lion %  •n-.Tt nun 5 I? 2 4*nui-k is -ji-£ar5.. in£ sss? S-wfiTiarKii agnets n >d opens R If | saboteur uses a fak* ke\ th' 11'init seta oft an alarm. the turnstile and Not in the Show MILLIONS mkfaed a TV .li.- in ihelr homes. In Uie Ihe-lrt. when it was luking place. :t.Jii .vi-rclalois iwt ^ not knowtig of ihe real drame betdnd Ihe Comedian Spike Jones and Ins band had 40 minutes tu i I expanding economy Invause ""'' l 'P W '^ S Bnd U hav< ^' ;"" lv "•"'" r *' ,Cll,u '''"' Amend E -„, „ SLSu Si^ old ""t ;;:." i t*uitker Yrl ivi. nisi""' SSftf y -" "g^nte ipnuu to UM CAimuDSLl .* Journal -i t l V" 1 ^ !" ff ,f 52 fe %  ">"' ""'• lli The* bad to reach lb Mr. Wil-r '' ^S. 00 '" lhc nst " nl "round FJsnrr while dm u son. But ihe industrial upturn,! ,'" l ni Ne " nr " delayt,. revive him BrnoDthl) Jonea says the journal, ".s nothing to "5 '"'' |, t ""'! f ^ ,l, " in a "£• BMBd on There were lean m haiidsptmgs over as yet 15!5P — nM| ''"' Dlflr >' "' "' the ayes of the eleetrlcla I high produbUvltj it will be %  i %  there <> no raaeon tc CaybX that the upturn will gathe %  industrial plant Vgpfai gross in 1952 -Money. Money THE II (for Hi ii -• I Oil) bombs became a bill ion-dollar baby to-night The fggOd for inotl M .ii'proprlation Ihe bomb, li nnuunl to bi II to ""I 1 :io lJ)00HaUUon-douai mark. Amhassndor MacA? (II Mll/\L MarAKTHI K proposed b> three Republloan .is America's Aral Ifflbassador to post-war Japan. MacArthur ruled Japan as occupation commander until he was PK lUtd I'M Truman when thev Korean war ; %  From ihe Library rglSIIUNT TBI'MAN went 1 i the llbral") of t'oii£Tcss to-day l the caiiMTrouble dead front Rupert and the Sorcerer—31 Uoprn ..IIIKI ihi ouily 10 MC *\\u ihcy nc aouig to do 10 him, but. to his SMOIW.TV m* !" ihry onl? chmrt snd _po.ni 10 ih* iky. Thtn iht Wider gi*t* %  •houi, and MII lairiM* ihsy h*vt ill %  %  ..-. %  *: airo iht thick ...-.J.%  towih Whai an DSB scarsd Rupan as ha mows pan iha drum. At he t"" at tbs akr a round obma com*. iato --. •: mi ovflrhcad. sad diuppcait again. li'a lha flying saacarl" ha gaaas. "h'a nan back, sad ihia naas thass's aaan*' body SMMg on I" j • • • r T : i ;ir.-.2--z i tr ----4J J :: : Bl A#A BT0WN "S'ow; %  -' m *-' m DIAL J310 lMION "WOMAN ON PIER 13" ft "FIGHT FILM" %  J..' i. Al Qortrt t w s or l..vo. Quiie arm Mull agree, lai 5. cuiiii vay olteti n in. Bipt] i. IU issir stUiga. i> An sitMiiBlivri to :. scull. HI t Hptrit of travel. (8> L Repreaeh. <7i rrom UU tlmI .itnint: list '. r-Bu in in* in,-. ,4> i. ("refcii* osrd came, (SI I. On this Ti'il IIBV.. L L TjiS radicals nr pump slcntioix. TtiU t*> could n gaggi lo* a iiuppv MprtaaiQii gaaan rssred. (Hi I. Taw %  B'ors may De (jonr* t>* fl" m i i I. VVoll-Mnv., V . uinaun (Si Itabbl'. brother, m KIIU. (V* Dertirnilsi asteem. )TI j-imiiirnm who tm. no dol> n Hale could br fii-n itt Toll. %  i laaaa .a ^. i'i \A \ ass, miosr i n i MM i*m gr.l -d "K i\ lOKin f.All I V THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES l.aal - % %  TODAT — *JB p n> CToa UKNBBAl." 1 W \ 1 H Mill I IM MA (M.mb.r. Only) M tTDfn TODAY, at 5 p.m. Ill-Nil Ill .V IO-MOKKOVY NIGHT, at 8.30 p.m. THE GAL WHO TOOK THE WEST In Technicolor i o-atuTlng !i'AHU) fharlf. COIH'KN Scott HRADV — John KL'SSELL A univer .il-Uit rnatmnal Picture v,o^v,v/.oov/.v,o*/.^v^v*wv//.v**,v*'^v'/>'/'/'*wi : 0m i. 40 ii / rO-DAi AMI TO-MORROW 4.45 A( 8.IS p. PAID IX FULL" • i t MMINGS l./abeth SCOTT RECKI ESS' iWin. KYTHE — Barbara BH1TTO Nl ^ '.'.'.'.*'.'.'.*••THURSDAY Oniy 4.30 and 8.15 JAMES MASON in "ODD MAN OUT" "BLACK CAT" ALI^N LADD OPENING rRIDAY 4.30 t, .I5 Republic Action Double JOHN WAYNE RIO GRANDE " GUNMEN OF ABILENE Stan in x ALLAN ROCKY" LANE IIOYAI. TO-DAV X TO-MOKKOW 4.30 1 n 10 em. TEL* HONALIJSON in RUSTY SAVES LIFE LAST OF THE RED MEN" Starring JON HALL oii.iuiii. i nii.it 5 A s ) % %  p.m. ,r, ngaj vi--,.' .M KANSAS RAIDERS I fSHMtBTI 1 sstps* JgL SS-SL II O VI 430 S 8 18 cm. To-day & To-ir Universal Double BUD ABBOT — LOU COSTELLO •-IN nil NAVV (wilh the Andrew Sisters i And i "MISSISSIPPI I.V.IIII GRAND OPENING FRI. AT 4.30 & 8.16 THE GREATEST DOUBLE EVER TO HIT THE SCREEN *nrORUa*$^. WE SHALL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING ON THURSDAY 27th. OPENING SEPT 28th WITH NEW GOODS IN ALL DEPTS. MEW Limits XKW Loans I. II. EVANS & Will II II I IIS DIM. 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 U I. 0 II I OPENING FRIDAY Child of the Devil! th. kcrazyl 'Vendetta FAITH DOMERGUE PLLS-L0CAL TALENT II'iff niir 1'uHlumvrn /! %  /•• not* tlmi niir lli-piiiiiiii'iils trill bv CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING ll\ t'ttllin-s;mm Lumber and llurdwurc — Tursilay, Wednesday and Thursday. 2nd—llh October riantalimi Supplii-s — Tuesday and Wednesday 2nd and 3rd October Kdiblr flil Sales—Tuesdu> 2nd October—morning only. (Deliveries from 12—I p.m.) Our .ifliir will Ini>|H*n %  < %  business as usual. THE ii MIH viios lo-iii-iimivi IOTTOK i vi mm LTD. i.\ ROBSOt. BuTTERWORTH ... II .. .!! %  BKIIi MALI I0KNS0N CHOI* AND V. SHANTARAN •"•*-> And Shantax? JAYASH. Jayashrtx asa



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PACK EIGHT HMtllMMis MiWK'ATI. HI IIS I -II \N -I I'll Mill II 26, 1*51 Mud heads Trounce Barbados ix uii(i\ having %  i pacers with %  %  %  %  %  id add the • i ninrtu A Urn* fron | | : A %  The gar) %  I 343 with C>\bbs 100 ,tnrt Wight 141. All three wen %  iii.i;imtijl loi CUMMIN 000 singling Mil I sU h %  Wight*! Century Wight pushed hu.i k> mld-off fca Individual OMiturj in 178 minute H> %  %  foun I icjt by Glbl mt up a tiles. The luncheon Into*, t it Q.*i !.j enlng %  n .ut MI Wl ihl nol a it Pw. I ovei 'inwidtetkeeping |ob in Huntc oi I -I. i "f (he da* from tin I (1 wa* 144 hud no difficulty in <• %  %  I..' f the series of uy B.C L. Country garner will begin Sunday next and following d* I iBank Holiday! A FINE ACTION PICTURE of Iks BMSt Jlir—1 BgBt I 'ai rstern Aghl betweea Ran '%  : weight rii..uipiou of ths world, and Sugar R*y Robinson „f Amenta, from whom T"i|. tfttat S iliort time **t> TbS tight enrird aaniAtloiially in the tenth found, when Roblnwn Oaft) irettt rotliUns m*d. and with Turata 1irl|ri> on ins rope>nd lakUl a *? vmrm b un1, roc inlcivoiied Baal rtjad ROOl . Iscniii'l l0MCa>eai Here RoblHMn take* a whark DNM tXTKBM Fighter Fee Of £6000 Lort On Offer Far Mas TWe Date Rugby Genius HE WAS DROPPBD' i/*i 000 %i*: far Hunt H0MMS R> HIIKIN (I.I \\ I It H cht the eyes of • tors m the Colls match Kfctd. %  -•" Mr. T •) Itrymi M.CP. has offered the batsmaii in Bag Citv aiding UM highest icore nd to the bowls*) taking th,. meal wickets. t>ams are:— I >t. XI E. Reece (Cap!.), L s White. W. Clarke K. Goddard (Telel> Barrow (Colts I G. iSobera (Notre Dame). C, Klrtoi (St Barnabas) C. Chandler M Hops C OaaMa (LibH Lasaua< Dow). ( ..untry XI. O. Graham, Capt. SI' 1 BounM (Belleplamei A. Blarkman (Romans) C. De— G. Sobers iK-nu v Orahaaa. V. Belhdd, I. Walcolt (Dominion) O. Ettwick (Danes) W. Codoaen (Barrows) I Hr.idshaw (Lancashire). Play baglng at 1230 each day kyan are warned that if .. not punctual thev wil lastdavad f"i the othe games in the air|aa. CMMA WE noon a i it11 BY HAVING BEST IN CLOTHES TO YOUR THE TAILORED PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS Ith his Wife and 'is Jo"''-. lake %  %  %  bman I %  %  lorn HOW dm bo wool r<*m to have sn %  |4 on when their whole 'i tailed agal %  B %  ill I H" "best" '"" K i %  I .on no) • %  1 mm) t'.ilmour. %  Will hown: %  IP by I he Suit (l SI. Laurrnn ll.>. Srhl %  %  DRILL MALI PllOajr, September 2Rth. 1051 Mi. u bi C B MAMNTA IA ruis noon ii. 1 KIT BY HAVING YOUR CLOTHES TAILORED BY C. B. KICK & Co. OF BOLTON LANE •iiieadlS thai th'i t a Quarn %  i %  A i tion "i the elect p linied ; ..., igisteriBl and condcmnli | %  Her, and the n ent '.he I %  %  rhe BI i i had ruled, yet the %  play I Here t %  i %  pneB head Uewls Jon la igW unoataniauoua and aunoat itluritrulata produt l of i Uiih in perMinalily on I OH THAT \ -V%,M>AI.X I 17V Till: ;: U IfSlJI lUi.lli 'I'm CHI m |ri IM i |.. %  Thcanag acorlng with .ill BTound the lual half the Royal Navy century m U minutes, b ,,,chain fOUn I |,( ... %  i P Ith B-0 taj • i let n. ir.e i. wight bang U .i, ..ut I'ln c hnnpod i v.., • i. i rin ti i\ : %  n.M* his S,.| %  %  %  %  Mill turn anotheri the Spring! oh net i i r It i row-mlm %  could bea1 tiiSpringboks on ins awn; arh %  i i. i IB II %  %  Doctor Wants Statues Of Footballers \vi n VI RHAMPTON Yi ing Dlrectoi ..• the Wol %  .nd St.,ii %  -.I, .1 Col. ).-,;•'. %  i. o| pol. I replaced by '.:. tatues of foot ( Iha kdaa at .. %  of Sir Ptam u Drake • like -,. iDTWard Bi %  two bo %  ih. Graaki ol %  i tpiraUon from aUilal w %  % %  i %  • %  no reapaci far thr Uwion of 'in %  torn %  enan %  ( ra would i<-"k much i • • —I..I. s I W I %  %  %  WHAT'S ON TODAY i' .i in i•nd < in llts.il. II. Ill II. I Orleli tt ..in. i viol. B oi Phaaa %  b> tinHarbado I hill NaasMfll in no .. as, PaHec H.n,i playa .it Paaei al VJBJP.C -in.M- — g.aa p.m I IM .!*> Task thw.o i.ioni r*ia ... tt,,klr-. .• t A Ar.ll. %  !> %  %  > •Idl M eoai la %  i >n lifc "'i U" YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT FROM < ODBOfOTON II.iliilill : 4H in l.iUI Rainfall for Month I" dale: R 33 Ins. HlgBMBt Tempcralure: Nt !i ' l awaal Ta—gaiaUlB 13 5 V wind VelaeMy; ~ saUca . hour aaansssaaar is a.m.) IM31 (3 p.m l '19.1150 SACROOL TlIK HOVIIIKI I 1 K>R PAIN KMi;iini)Ki(isniKi:s 's,;;:;' r 'S.;'.'*:'S.'.*s' t wss f : > r^fM^me^^ MADL IN ENCLAWD The name that Ba^^iasi means the besi **" id %  in hats for men. We have a new p§*V lot in assorted shades. ^* SSWB 1 S6.95 •7.35 CAVE, SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. ID. II, 12 & 13 Broad SUM*. HE WISK — ECONOMISE T.SE BOWRANITE VNTl-CtIHHOSIVE PAINT THE PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AND STEF.I. :s FARTHEST LASTS L0NQE8T OM I...11.... ".II n.vrr HIMI -I.IHMI >q. II Supplied in • • • PBRHANENT ORXEN IBED, BLACK, GREY IT. Tins *.i lii.porK.I Mr. \r\v Sim kv Jusl lloct-ivt'd IMII.IIIMM ::: Aflat*. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. They'll Do It Every Time — ••— — BY jimmy II.ulo r wnaoT TMlMSSK,T TAAa .'.HERe WE / couuc RUN "ER ( BISCL..T SJOSV %  S-e BftCEP it AUEAO OF EVCRyaX7>AT THE *ET COUNTER-r TH.N< SUE USED ID PLAy EUO AT SLIPPEKV ROCK-I' 1 HjrUiHfWAIT %  n L L sue MCIOS OP we L ve AWLE SUE T0TA1.S DON'T ENVY TlIK LOOKS OF THIS . WHU.-nUKSSKl) MAN • YOI SIMPLY CAN ORDER YOUR SllTS TAILORED AND FITTED BY P.C.S. MAFFEI & Co., Lid. Top Scorer* in Tailoring N.E. WILSON t& CO. THE PIONEER FOR SUPPLYING QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT LOW PRICES / WILSON'S lead the way while others meielv follow, WILSON'S refuse In lie undersold. m be lower than Wilton's <-\< > jit the Merchandise is vastly inferior. A visit in WILSON'S will IMS I; Ore the Best Stocked Store in Town tho must courteous and polite. All thi • Ith tho gdvonl li •conditlonod Store, and tiie p 1 ping a pleasure. \ S. Bit li.|ila> of Merchandise : ; MIS. WOMLN i.nd CHILDREN at Kernrd-hrrakinu Prlcaa I roul IIUpCC iron SATURDAY L'i'Tli when all i I N. E. WILSON tSc CO. a,. HMM f titr Hi,ill ill/ If .•/ <7i.



ESTABLISHED 1895





“Cat And The Mouse”
Game Says U.S. Paper

TEHERAN, Sept. 25.
‘THE IRANIAN GOVERNMENT ordered 300)
British technicians remaining at the vast!
Abadan refinery to leave Iran by October 2. Vice!
Premier Hossein Fatemi said Iran would no longer}
consider employment of any members of the re
finery’s British staff.












































t if.

sa June, 1951, on the subject
Only yesterday the British had been offered|| Gp the death of Mr. Millon A R g Ti =
individual contracts by the National Iranian Oil|| King, (and to say that the f48 ecords oppte He
° m of Solicitors in South a - b
Company. Premier Mohammed Mossadegh gave} atrica who have been re- (From ©. §, COPPIN) ee THE THIRD BATCH of Barbadian workers rétgenedfrom the U@

* $ 5 tained to look after the ° er a = 2 yesterday morning. Those pictured here arg clegfing theig pbagaay
an expulsion order to the iranian Oil Company | interests of the family of GEORGETOWN, B.G., Sept. 26, Ki ‘ which included stoves and other useful irene Ter Bw :
Board at Abadan for transmission to British techni-|| Mr. Milton King, have been Records toppled to-day when B.G. batsmen again took ing George ing at Seawell Airport ey SN
cians — By information a severe toll of Barbados’ limited bowling resources, oecu- \ a }

—- ————- ———-—— | _ (In London the British Foreign|] Gf a claim againt the Gee pying the wicket for the emtire day to score 459 for the loss mproves | T ‘ A
From All Quarters: Offic e wi uldrae: Some yn ithe | ernment of the Unies of cf one wicket replying to Barbados’ 398. Highlight of the j or "P'rs : a ise
. ulsior reat l ecalle : wr, 4 ay’ ny wae s . . Is ‘ ‘iw
Aasisaiiiiee ea ee lotinie “MAtiieten’ etlaan ent eee South Africa. The Solicitors day’s play was a double century by left hander Glendon _ LONDON, Sept. 25 “7T5- 4
| piedge is Daviiam ant that britain are now preparing the claim Gibbs who in scoring 216, put on with Leslie Wight 390 for sing George spent a second Y a JAg
we ae a : . ' whick will be lodged form- the first wicket establish : a seul ial firs sinhke restful night after the major oper , "
oman um S| would stay on at Abadan even if ally wit the Union Govern 1e first wicket establishing a new intercolonial first wicket} ation on his lung, and his docio: nd , 5
| me aa became necessary to use ment. gees record and several records for Bourda ground. reported after a morning examina- i an l ve 0.
‘ j Mossadegh s order specitied that} Holder and Greenidge bowled>~ ~ tion he “continues to gain
O eath | the British stafl must leave ! ae! beiter today but the fielding was . strength.” The bulletin was is 5] \ I ’ ] ‘
{| “within ne week egi g ‘ Z patchy only Walcott, Farmer, 5 R t sued at 10 a.m. G.M.T. It was the » » . 4 ~
ame’. Bue) Meotereiber 94° “The Spanien Mossadegh’s Govt, (Proverbs “ana Taylor’ blameless USSIAN Jets [end suits iii feel DOL More Return From U.S. A.
sislice oie ae te oa nti 1} posals e 1 per t Ny of the refinery S â„¢ LEG ended the day with 459 for 1, giving basis for hope that the King
a ora Yolande De Montes 23%, « tt sritist technical aid had x . r Vight 174 yt an ¥ as. 5 vas coping : rit » effects PIETY. ie a we ore ra ne } > nar
Bogota, leaped to her death tro } been twice turned WY in- \ “Stampeding To | ni tc ut Oe SS ee | Shot Down the aheok of tae Spereleans oe oe Nit me “a pote vay wen oe + ss a a wr oo _ eI .
the sixteenth floor of the Wind acceptable iS Mi, | Record mmediate post-operation crisis Wren] , ‘ 4 ae oe ( aa : Teo ut ae le m mors /
Hotel in midtown Manhatt: The British have insisted « Communism | The Bourda wicket when B.G' 8TH ARMY HEADQUARTERS The technical meaning of “gain sag Ae ge Simao se eo gah arming cre Hyper
er night. ma ontr vi provisior i resumed to-day at 178/0 was still! - Korea, Sept. 25 ng strength in the medical bul. in t : SA ne worker carried a wrist watch on each
he body landed on the seconc | for British General Manager = ji firm but beginning to show signs} nited States Sabre jet fighter} i. (â„¢provement in _ bloac nan
floor extension in the hotel r¢ | Britain has ten warships in- JAMAL EMAMi lot wear. Marshall and Branker)?!@9es_ destroyed five Russian - Sibemnie a, pry Ss eerrare The workers who were employed with the Grand
Police said Senora De Montes hac | ¢luding cruiser and four TEHERAN, Sept, 25. who opened the bowling were im-| Made M.1.G. 15 jets and damaged or the King oe ee River Company all spoke highly of the treatment they re
| been receiving treatment her. | “estroyers st anding by off Ira Premier Mohammed Mossadegh’s| mediately on the spot and thOM tthe of the one longest aerial! “Five doctors signed this morn ceived. There were no casualties among them and nearl
for @ ory rde to rotect sritish interest Gove . Kg , 9 i sme rere he ns aay ‘ © Korean war. hae : , 5 re ee ys > Me SE oy
for a nervous disordé r, ee Lune eat eet, vernment is “stampeding to batsmen were held in check, For 35 minut : 37 t the crack | '"8's bulletin which was placed in all managed to clear the expenses which included the $118
A nurse Miss Elsie Moore wh Br Be naining at Abada ward Communism”, an Opposition The players took 28 minutes} United States F86 tet fought a gold frame on Buckingham Pal pi money to W . J
G54. Gaon at tha Bilina woman ive been livir a day to y Deputy rod in Parliament, {and a no ball to add the necessarv ht ‘ i s a 5 ica. Sew i al assage monet oO isconsin
g tbat An . : ee ? pay an i é azing battle with ; . v2 | ace gate a few minutes later e a Fa hn ’ ak ak ‘
bed, told Police that Senora D ex t a the wlin r ue Deputy Jamal Emami made |14 runs making 182 to establish | The fight was Waher cont aks Early morning crowds surged ' W + alge gta pte better :
Montes had leaped suddenly from| ! mer j . ! wives, fam lies ee soeeeank before rp Majlis;a new Intercolonial first wicket | Ailey’, aerial corridor along hich forward to vead it and filed past . ° i a wy tt Be cam liga
the Hed andidusned'te the window.|) tne (OU ee eS Boe vere een nee tie e lossadegh | record and lower that of Ric |Communist planes come down, Ch@nging of Guards at Bucking Britain And iran ives |. Case told th
f back to Brit months ago lammed the door on further ap- , . ; come down) ,, Palace antes . | Grand River Camp told — the
The nurse said she grabbed tt proaches to Britain and called an | M¢Kenzie ang Carl Reece set here}{tom their Manchurian sanctuary; 027 Palace involving the playin \dyocate shortly afier he entered
Senora around the waist, but sh°; The New York Times calls the extraordinary Cabinet ses ior i in 1944 against Barbados © Northern Korea af the: Army jpand re ree 9 Ie Mpa 1 , he Terminal Buildi
struggled free. The nurse ad: caiitanl British ienantroverain'a chap vest rmmes inc ‘| contro. | Gibbs paid his tribute to new Dispatches from the bloody St. ae Palace to avoid any rance inter eg tioning haya EE
that as she stepped on the wina’ w-| “cat and mouse game” and said versy | cricket history by immediately = ae said United Nations sai ein oo tee His wes hall, then in the factory and
ledge she grabbed her leg bui/that since Irenians cannot run One of these moves was expect- on-driving Brinker for four runs, | ‘COPS had captured the mountain an idecan > ’ =e SSE REO C “ P 4 1 finally in the fleld The food at
could not-prevent her from jump-|their oil industry without the ed to be expulsion by next week | The double century came oon peat meee of “Heartbreak Hill”, eats ae: deo ma Prisis er1oc Ss | the camp Was good Within a
ing. British, it may yet turn out of British oil technicians ifter in 228 minutes, the first half palin posetbiy: up te bbok bat- Inner Court si) ' very short time I was able to cleat
} 2s is reputedly a member of|that the British are . hour’s play yieldi pp pee ,000 men a Sa , FERGUSON ‘xpenses, No one y
= ee fe ophaen a eee = nd a notre ar a . Atte miharit ancke ‘dtowaawan | 8 play yie Iding but 22 runs. | were knocked off the hill by U.N Relief ovemthe King’s appar- By HARRY FERGUSON ae § _— Ate ne on my
ne Bogota family engaged in the| sitong Peete un tried vainly to gain a confidence New Ball ,'nfantrymen after a two anda half{| ¢ft turn for the better was tem- NEW YORK, S$ 9 ee iad!
brokerage business in coffee and} ‘Premier Mossadegh is perform~ ot, it was the fifth successive|. With the score at 201 Taylor ’days’ battle. pered however by the knowl] ye 1, EW YORK, Sept, 25 Would Gladly Return
sugar, She registered at the hotel] ("8 hee ae feat of ga time he had been defeated by brought on Bradshaw and Atkin-| Dispatches said determined} ¢‘ge that at the best he prob- Bowalbill mw Aiit stat Soe mee: ‘Some of the boys who did not.
with her husband Antonio and|/egerdemain by staving off the jack of a quorum son his two quick bowlers each lS, forces charged up “Heart- ably watt Motch hie to .TeHUME \erance—havecemtarad Mepee tail eco WN LO ROL uD RRNtE MT tan
athe embers -ofthen fame final doom—of himself as Premier _—u On P 8 *cak HIM” again T: 7 the} State duties unt some time next}. heehee : ie uO BL ATE
other members of her family: eee ; cr ees P. oe age gain Tuesday on the risis just at the tinté when world- ]T @f%o could hage d6ne@nerrint |
es Jand of Iran as a going concern— fourteenth day of the bloody con- oars wide resistance to Commiunisn } she the ff an little Ti
Train Derailed.—A Turin-Rome/}ut the doom is certain if he and flict for that strategic peak north day's bulletin was encourag- | athoring 1 mie am fou gba peirmaas Nir regis raga
railway express was derailed while] his followers refuse to face | ; of Yanggu. ing, but Palace sources cautioned | ®?°'"S Momentum returned home, It. is also begin
crossing a bridge over a small] realities 1 | e TOKYO. that several more days must pass London will be unable to commit ning 1 get cold in the U.S.A d
stream, Several coaches plunged] Whether the British are wise} 2 S ri rl The South Korean frigate Apnok se See en fc Bone. The fitself to any definite new policic bey aig a aes 6 neee
into thé stream bed below. Author-|in seeking openly to overthrow suffered three direct hits from a] 4anger period will last the entire Jintil after October 25 when Prit- | | Diver co ny it
ities feared they were many in-| Premier. Mossadegh is question- e large calibre Communist shore gun | Ves x h voters decide whether the Lat ; hue Bre an we Senne M inols
jured, able Gne of the things) which during a ship to shore duel off the The first tiny bit of good new ur Government remains in power | part un “ ix ve -. s a. “3 PS =
No further details are immedi-j finally aroused Iranians against » |Korean east coast last night, ac-| issued by Royal doctors—last night |or whether Winston Churchill an A td See ee ele
: oa ere a ae cording to U 1 Nz av 30 hours after the operation-——was Cor ‘ tal : jtreatment at the Grand River
ately e available. them was their interference it 8 nitec ations naval sped ith sreat bs a aes . e over Camp Only one man among u
Sick Convicts.—Prison officials} Iranian internal affairs and they Rial eae foe ities. er $0,000,000 Britons and beer 1 iD. D t | Vint Hi ind he looke d i hatnve he
said six convicts died from effects| are now giving the Mossadegh’ Allied personnel casualties hina BOS, SOen efnite resistance to plans for | yA) skly, claarad, 13
ne a Seas aa te Sree faction Md of ute 9 net TOKYO, Sept. 25 Two more seriously wounded lions throughout the Empire he defence of Western Europe, !! rt home I quickly i le ee TD
of drinking a poisonous fluid anc rot ete Sener areata 1 . ; 8 pt. 2o. were transferred to the U.S. bat- Small crowds have remained }has developed in France Two | expense and was able to bu
29 others were in hospital in Hone-] Pative to ih Peet, Ae oa By] Communists broke off liaison discussions of resump-] Jesiip New Jersey for treatment, | utside Buckingham Palac « en who are heroes of Allied | many useful items to bring back
lulu in serious condition, : ‘list wo > er ail ie an i | tion of the Korean armistice conference, but U.N, Com-|and one wounded South Korean | throughout each day and the early | defeat of the Axis in World War 11/t® Barbad " vith ay J ne willing
Prisoners went on a drinking| " Be ORE DM Wit st. Set POP URE, | and gyested thev trv again a erecta? sailgr remained aboard the Apnok. | evening —U.P Churchill and General Charl return to the 5.A,. at any
; support? | mand suggested they try again to-morrow. oa : Ward 14 aroviding T wort With: the
orgy Sunday night. Guards found} * as oe fs Bhadt’ THalson. opiudie: arbiinariie. esas abet : ’ The Apnok, suffering a partially DeGaulle—are men gee SO free ee en OR renee
them writhing in their cells. Four is is one of the extremely | eo eee rarity recessed this MOrning S| floofed engine room and loss of G ‘i ~ verthrow Governments and | Cirar | River ( ompany.”
of the men recovered a ba Sere cs a eno | oa in ith U.N a #roup in ances and stalked none ve assisted by the U.S xt rman- -Cuban ime power themselve t seo , ine’ ‘Atay fk a “9 a ua
Chemists are trying to analyse nce Se 5 ; atone angrily Irom the room without arranging for any further] destroyer Hanson i " UP ole ete ee ie ek eee ; \ Ww Se = t He i
the fluid. The Deputy Warden said! Premier Mossadegh used complete |__S€8Si0Ns. ¢ However, General " Ridgway, | ¢4 tug was towing the South Sugar Pact | nunist coalition is greater. in| worked for another branch of the
; ‘ “obs “a wLUSSS & ISe ompiete oie each we ee _S . > J . - . A Tee rigate to a idesignatec i h Bie 4 a orkec ano ve
he thought it was probably @] misconceptions, misrepresentation | nea United Nations Com port, 8 ON pr France than it is in Britain ume firm in Mlinoi
duplicating machine fluid. and. false promises ret jmander ordered the following note | > BONN, Germany If Conservatives carry the el Conditions at both camp re
Taatensite.Lanhe, Hpwien presi ys = pro aoe A to win et 2 be sent to the Reds tonight —U-P. Western Germany and Cuba | joi) in Britain tis atween Lon~ | notexiwetiely mod but £4 quite
. a 1e public means nat some day ’ Jespite ateral ac ave od an agreeme ans sic : 1 Wes | ra) ) «tre vod bu u
dent of the Minneapolis Star aS | there will be a rude awakening ADVOCATE J’CA deseaelan ‘the sehotlnas ‘ae a ° Rameaty or ae smani suppl ao FS Re IaLO® BeOmably WED | saeneS with Sie -Gecustione Sam
slieve sat > US. : ae Prefs ry ‘ » a an) an é al § LY | be strengthened because Churchill] my wag sefore left Barba-
Lo ee - tis vane 2 wi SO ste Gears - wt by that time | RELIEF FUND your abrupt departure therefrom Duke Of Windsor of some £10,357,000 rth of Cu i \ te had ba ie his foreign , 1 os | ee \ ee Pere eae an i
| aan, a oar ini es a | the damage will be irre — | J am prepared to meet with you 6 F C ban sugar until 19 cy on the Anglo-American agree-~ | be mad . oid hy grumble I
: ussia in the cold war by talking| —U.P. sir tomorrow, at 10 a.m., to discus: pe ak. Negotiations for a general trade|ment which stands ready to « S tn nada ie a mr
“offirmatively for disarmament and | | Little drops of water, jvonditions mutually _ satisfactory rO€ s or heck up a sieanneatt will > eats eer: the | po cs ca ete chs tt a & ; the a hey ee sg - i . RE uae
peace.” 1 1 ee eee ); or resumption of armistice talks LONDON, Sept. 25 West German Minister of o | terests of either or both natior Giant or an other company,” he
Coalition.—Premier David Ben ‘ * 77 @ ; | Make the mighty ocean The note was sent to the Chief The Duke of Ww ea amit “SE . nt Lp. '
* . de ; . . indsor entered a} nmomics announced 5 —U.P. iid
Gurion’s Mapi and the General Elections W ill Not And the pleasant land” — Communist Liaison Officer in the haspital today for X-ray examina- niga He said that on one p& iy h
Zionists reached agreement today) i fe Mies of . 2 eexeo ree i‘ “ tians described as routine. A s t $8, on anotl the
on the formation of a Coalition| Be I ostponed The pupils of two schovls, ONT ot Pas Ms lead O 11 smpkesman for the Duke said it sen wmower Orders i lastly $28
Government. An announcement of | | Harrison College and Modern Ty : ; * s Minar daily was one of the regular checkups x E / \ : -s
the Cabinet is expected this week LONDON, Sept. 25. || Hi a is , : Hed Haison officer Gelv~tthp Duke has from time to time Not A Cent
N, sept. 2o | igh School, were the only ered the note to Communists at the] « ae
It will probably comprise tw Rumours th Britain’s October |] contribut h fund . His Royal Highness is in the best . \
dvtlea nics Praave ‘. 195th National Election ara ntributors to the fun Communist check point at Pan]of health.” th spokesman said ee aga aé ‘ Allefne of f H
parties plus Progressives oa Fa + dal ec oo gia be yesterday. Wont you let— Mun Jom on the southern edge of The Duke arrived in London u kK pe “¢ ( f af i inle (
| postponed because o 1€ ing ! » Kaes s utr - 3 P ; E } Or
\'sertous iliness ‘Weke denied: By o A LITTLE CHILD LEAD Pena Tere BONER Cone At: G, 18 ce ee ey See ere oe orate. ace eee
’ Labour ~Government pok : Yo ; 2 ay ; 7 idurs after his brother the King : 3 : . q ! r '
TO-DAY’S WEATHER today . a urng a aa a si i Second Meeting underwent a major lung surgery By WILLIAM (tICHARDSON | 30 far Th on een able
CHART Rumours began circulating in|] to-day, to e@ther Bank, or os en een came at the Jin Buckingham Palace, SUPREME ALLIED H.Q., Rocquencourt France, Sept. 25 | "ep rae half ee F val
: : , eco et x siaiso zroups alace » s rev 5 ad j ja expense nu
Sunrise: 5.50 a.m London when it was learned that;| direct to the Advocate. ir teehee cine ie th ton ere ok ¥ lace rey ort previously hac A sense of urgency and immediate fear of ressic 1 ' a
Sunset: S te Prime Minister Attlee had cailed 1 Kaesong since both sides agr said the Duke had planned the trip ay} taain dmars bas iE C } x
Gromer hc hy, ARE z a meeting of his Ministers tonight Amount previo o try to arrange the resumption of] to London some time before the may be fading away in the litical and Economie Councils} 1 ld not to the U.S.A
Moon: Last Quarter The spokesman pointed out that Adveaste ‘Us. Lté et Te ner ent August 23, broken off | King’s condition was found to be of the West but there is no complacency evident in tl I Daan ei
6. 3 > several Ministers we oat oe dvocate Ce »y Reds on August 2: serious. dustere-c ; 4 e si Wideans ai : : } ,
Lighting: 6.00 p.m. : ‘ "i me * 72 ee : he aoe the | _ College 41.6¢ A lack of authority on the part Apparently the trip was for a] — ns t re command post of We rn defence 4 as ever ¢ oO pa i
High Tide: 1.35 p.m. country last week when Attlee an- Royal Bank of Canada of Con t lis fficers ‘only 4 chec T I + x Winds a On both sides of the Atlantic ho i
1 7, © ; > ae? ¢ M 7 he 1 or . ae . - . = _
4 : ote m., ~« said this ie > fj acanion he feet rerv t o delay resumption | remz aris.— > ; , Jame King worke
p.m. had a. pe tne Ses _ “Phe ee \j $11,441.73 wf meetings, said Colonel Andrew _-- ompromise In vee _ benind \ , a : at jale, Lanark and Sturge
, Ce tema Ad : J. Kinney, Chief U.N. Liaisos ° {ui the Ministerial offices and con-| He found the food at all the
situation with them.—(CP) slieii aE vs ’ T . |
—_—— een BA a ee 5 rieste Affair jference rooms of the dozen nat ridiculou He was pitchir
A SORRY SIGHT Colonel Chang Chun San, Senior Sugar Shortage ‘hat comprise the North Atlant md = cherrie na tne
: P ; Communist Liaison Officer re . WASHINGTON. Sept. 2 Treaty Organizatior ymount of mone he ever
é ‘ - ° s NG N, Sept. 25 rganizatio nou
. oe cnN gorically to discuss any In South Africa Yugoslay Ambassador YVladimi Firstl re e Tru hea his hand wa 2 ifte le
iene Aketiiie for resumption” df CAPE TOWN ae aoe Secretary ' o* fast? Second! , ia cel h id bee 2 made : o ' is not
: ‘ State Dez % Tuesday tha t tac t S; eat o save a cent bi inaAgec
| He said he was prepared to dis- A shortage of sugar hag devel- his oan ane a, oe Hppated th OVER. Sih fe iseful iter to brir
cuss only the date and time for] oped in the shops of Cape Town. ieee a with Italy oy 2 a rdly have we een ©. | would not go back to the
- armistice sessions. Chang there-| Wholesalers imposed a ten pet} cottie sanbskae thW Alaaitan aera “We ra " 'reM 117 S.A, to work under tl ur
upon recessed the Liaison meeting] cent. cut in supplies to retailers|>*- wow - the ‘disputed terri- | irms and men? | onditior Even if co
ind stalked “angrily” from the} in July and have cut supplies by| ‘TY of Trieste. e stretching Western economy | was for a longer tern m of
nference n, according to the or ce in Septem: 7 o far? opinion that the e¢
confeee nee room, _ocore [ne to i 6 Turther ten per cent. in Septemn- Popovic said after a 30-minut As ot eral § howe head “i ns oh See, Me et ass he auld
|Supreme U.N. Headquarter Tk : ahi i talk with Acheson tnat the Yus aatier tha anal ph gf con ang de
| —_UP 1e cuts are absolutely neces-| sj, Government believes dirt Pag Sep egys sry ; oe Ww : vith 3 We
a ad sary if We are to maintain a flow settlement between the two cour ul ful yer neac y tere ae
| G of sugar to the retailers,” ex- tries is quite possible if there ooth I ctionit of Me i) em, he :
© fe lained one wholesale merchant.|ioponaqwill" ¢ ie. i ook the nd the : “
e Gasperi Will Ask | Pie. one wm mani.|pecawrlf" on toe Nslian side. | tne cuc [and the working hours, sh
I 4 Paieei the Mat ‘. "re. ve, Oe He said he visited Acheson t ; ’ al nan, He and I muld n
1 row in Nata 5 Ss > 4 scus the Unit W : Ae | thi mp he rece
1 ru an For Help affected the sugar industry. ‘This eieteg “cltcbeie Yeve bh a og th Ay ir of ae tf us nr . fe es ht :
Season the drought has been ex- subject with Italian Premier Al irope.—U.P. ite Teay inter transferre
WASHINGTON. Sept. 25 ceptionally bad and has reduced] (ia 1. Gasperi who is conferring meee sah Se Idina weknew tha 3
Premier Alcide De Gasperi wt | the crop by many thousands of} on Italian yeace treaty and ° r litions were much better, On
has received praise and ovations} tons. The country is entirely os the Trieste ¢ uestion ! Oatis May Be 12 We t Indians were on this
on ‘his visit here will take to Tru-} pendent on local supplies of pager : Aue j . camp He worked picking t
i}man today his plea for something] None is being exported at the ties ck 1 empha-} D, D, hates d was paid ten cent
}more concrete in helping Italy noment It is impossible to say]. ros ra ate sea ne | Released os ao a mnt inde yf to
| |Gasveri wants Truman to use vhether further cutg will be} %2 én pres Trie ‘nat eation js “or WASHINGTON I would return to the U.S.A
| pe rsonal influence to get fort | necessary In the future,” 7 ree i must aatitad, By’ direét | Cz \ 1 mort te rk on thi uy
}negotiations started ediately —BU.P, | eat mu a ee p ; id
jon revising the “repre terms gotiation between the two cour rochazka on ‘Tus \
jof the Italian peace tre tries concerned and I agree tt tions 1008 ' : o Conditions Praised
| De Gasperi feels the t must Three Confer our wfsh,”’—U.P ; of \ mr B i Leo B e!
be overhauled at once to permit |Oa t | . Tae . eee
[italy to a — play se and LONDON, Sept. ‘ | jt e s abandor ts polit cm i }
equa role in 1e North / antic ain’ Chie the ' ‘rial “ae TE’’ cal wl ¢ ! ! ' } ditior they There
Pact organization. The call at the Fg Rigg 8 Fiabcctes The “ADVOCATE | Czeche West
ference with Treasury Secretary |Of the Naval Staff met on Tuesday pays for NEWS | } uld sh
ifohn Snyder, an addre at the| Might with Prime Minister Clement . a i‘ ne Vv 7 c Bower . :
National Press Club and mx e| Attlee and top Ministers to decide | Dial 3113 t € ; 3 ‘ \nothe fe <¢ ms
‘talks with Secretary of State!if Britain should use her warships D i ht’ Na ente + ‘ k ) is employed a t
BAVAGED by the ate ne ee ere rae orry preture. Loose | Achesor Ho keep British workers in Iranian| ay or Nig a ; ng Compar
zinc sheets and about give eviden the leashed on the night of att? oil fields. U.P. os i eae OU iz —U.F @ On Page 3
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M'SS PAT SAVAGE, daughte ftttsessseseseseess Sales Manager etal: oak ccyean 5 ae Oe cree To-day and Tomorrow 4.45 & 8.30
of is Excellency the Gov- JOHN ALEXANDER and answers 2x~ | From Our Own Correspondent) sacks full of erickets marched to}
oe Sewage ;{ s ’ : _ langed with the Tre rer of tt NI n sept. ; his “0. Tal} aay | * resent<
ernor and Lady = yage, i <_ : > NE W IDEAS FOR * "hales Manager, B.O.A.C ss: tpertoat i Mr I Dr an Lernbe ea ve t adie ; ear oy Me edbik teeta M-G-M Present
oe . eee ve. ee sae ak = fo the Caribbean Area stationed of ¢; Penkatin "St Michael 5 Nae il vmare oousing oficial 7. . 4 se cir
Colfite for England where she will 4 THE SLIM $ ved + veel et oe oe a saat buy of Carlton, Fontabelle Michael, | ¢ ‘b in London will cost more that crickets were invading their| Hedy LAMARR — John HODIAK in
























enter Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford nWia ol A , : ° ext yea except to yverseas }omes Then they released the
» Monday on a short Q. Why tonight "7 , f : ore 7 ? — a ; ”
to train as a nurse visit He left test night for A. Because an of us under-|@°™bers. At an extraordinary gnsects in his office. ; “A LADY WITHOUT PASSPORT
Other passengers due to sail on Trinidad grads are le wut tear Jaw penereas Meeune of the Club, he Ia The official went into action

the Golfito are, Mrs. H. A. Cuke Holid ons Feidier : Whitel as ome today Cc hi : ~ with a fly swatter He ala with °
and son David, Miss J. Birkett, ; St hort olday . t paler ay i enrigues state ordered watchmen out to see that James CRAIG George MACREADY
Miss J. Harford, Mrs. E. 1 ISS SIMONE LACOUR, Q. What is it all about - eet taiving ban cick had the women have no more cricket

Hoskin and ree _ehstren, Mr twenty-one year old daughter A. The dance is to raise funds to ee = - ha — re club hac trouble. ee eee

and Mrs. C ole and two of an occulist in Martinique is assist in the repair or replace- | “*cceaed revenue. hi . .

children, Mr. and Mrs. W. M spending a short holiday in Bar- ment of communal tadent | a Ns OPENING FRIDAY AT 2.30 & 8.30

Jackson, Mrs. W Lambert, Miss bados. She arrived from Mar- property damaged or des- m the = yeh of Mt oo

z. Lewis, | aire J A Mathieson, tinique last Thursday and plans troyed by the recent hurricane, | TA?) ~ a ie a ‘For uae B B ( AD P WMODHODOOODO DA AA OAN/ AH AHO ONO OOM ANNO OOM ANIA
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas anc to be here until October 5th. She : a Lae bs Si R 10 ROGRAMME i .

Miss L. Yearwood is staying at the Sea View Guest @- Is it formal? | bers amen or aorne a business oe ¥

in House. A. Most definitely NOT. jaccress within 25 miles of Char- WepnesDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951
Leaving New Zealand Back to aa Q. What if I wish to support thejing Cross, seven guineas instead 11.15 a.m. Programme Parade, 11.25 20u, Century-Fox's
To-morrow ” Dominica cause but cannot attend the|of five; members beyond 25 miles a.n Listeners’ Choice, 11.45 a.m ry

S. AKAROA, the ship which UE TO LEAVE today for dance? {but within 50 miles of Charing of Accum,” lawen The magnificent production

L ‘nk eacerel at the Wi Dominica by the Canadian 4. Please put your contribution | ( Ss, six guineas instead of four; aoe, peice eee OE ;
cricketers to New Zealand was in Cruiser is Mr. Jussef “Joe” into an envelope and post it to bers residing elsewhere with- - aa pcbtctienmatdsa li ontineee | m color be
communication with Cable and Nassief, son of Mr. Elias Nassief, me at the above address, or if/in the U.K four and a half 4 pe ‘The News, 4.10 p.m ntertude, | 4 ¥/

Wireless' Barbados Radio Coast prominent merchant of Roseau, it is more convenient, hand it} guineas instead of three 415 pin Star Time, 4.30 p.m u- | Tec.

Station at 1 a in on Sunday. At Dominica. Joe has been here on to anyone of the undergrad Those outside of the U.K. will leak Archie, 5 bm. Cangpeet oF = | ICO, or
that time she informed Barbados a short holiday staying at the now here on holiday. ; continue to pay two guineas Kay un the Keys, 6.15 p.m. British |

Radio that she would be ceasing
contacts as she was due to arrive
in Auckland at 7 a.m. next morn-



Hotel Royal Q. What is this about an Auction Mae entrance fee of three guin- Musical Instruments, 6.45 p.m, Pro- w
Sale? e% remains unchanged. gramme Parade, 655 p.m To-day’s
. . . ‘ Spo! rt |
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; i Oh yes! Many the firms in - :
ing. Akaroa passed Pitcairn R. WILLIE JENSEN arrived Bridgetown have kindly re- | en carne re | &
Island on September 15th, but did from Venezuela several days a d : appeal ~ 7 pm. T News, 7.10 p.m. News
ponde to our appea and s t a sasiveis, 7.18 bw Call the West . : .
not stop as the sea was too rough ago accompanied by his wife and presented us with use(ul gifts Steak Burglars indies, 7.45 pem. ‘Thongs én o| Filmed in the exotic locale 4,
cat .~ teste S ppame og ; two children and are spending Mr. Bladon has graciously PRICE. CONTROLLERS al- Journey, & p.m. Radio Newsreel, 8.15 | of the South Pacific...
n New Zealand, members of three weeks at the Paradise Beach consented to sell these articles|jowed beef prices to. g an PE irriude 8.85 p.m. From the Miieokiats é

A . hi 7 r i . - 170 , . £0 Up an inte 55 From the 1als,
~ < — . ill naa chive Club. by auction during intermission | average of one cent 2 Ib, to-day. 2c 'Barchester. Towers, 9.30 p.m where two worlds meet
and are due to leave Auckland a Mr. Jensen is with the Sinclair time. iIn Atlante Georgia, burglarg Key on the Keys, 9.45 p.m. Statement ; :
3 p.m. tomorrow for Sydney Oil Company at Santa Barbara, broke into a restaurant, lugged9* Account es Sree in one undying
= = So vee ss Barbados Holiday he safe into the cellar, decided Sous pn Midweek mike embrace!

2arbados radio expects to resi 1 .
t cS rg azéls Success ts apparent money contents were ©.B.C. PROGRAMME _
contacts with S.S. Wanganella ISZ ‘ -cummb T present holidaying in Bar-|* ost the trouble of cracking _ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951
when she leaves Auckland bound SZT himself would succum baton istMr, Mewille Staaney ote Oe of hg Meme 10.05 p.m.—10.20 p.m News
for Sydney 4 to Hazel” was the way in wie in chases of dee et ‘Tech | it, went back upstairs and stole 19/29 p.m.--10.35 p.m Canadian at
S.S. Wanganella is a twin screw which the critic of the London Service Company’s Branch at jall the best steaks Chronicle
motor vessel, with a tonnage of News Chronicle summed up the pui2 ‘Venezuela. Ruiz is approx: | OC mA NNN
performance of Trinidad born , ; DOWSSOGSOSSSOSCSOHOATAGAAAAAAAAGT EE BO AX

9876 tons Built in 1932 by
Harland and Wolff Ltd., Belfast
she is owned by Huddart Parker
Ltd., and registered in Melbourne
She is 461’ 2” long, 63’ 9” broad
and 29’ 1” deep
Happy Tales
RS. E. D. KELLMAN of Van-

Hazel Scott. who is playing at the /mately 700 miles outside of Cara-

London Palladium, Britain’s lead- °"* ne tt aan aneee noe y 2

ing variety theatre. ogee with his mothe Ms For all white shoes —
Miss Scott played some of Liszt’s Bank Hall Road. He ie ae

music to “Boogie-Woogie”. The ;- F :

Daily Express described her act as

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, couver arrived here by Trans- or sad Said the Daily Telegraph, TOG > ve Tessa 7 i
Canada ‘Airlines on Saturday to Giettuslee” ane ae “Hazel Scott seems to be caretad ar aoe ee aa ap- less, immaculate, Use TED DONALDSON in
spend a vacation new autumn model evening Way by her own rhythmic com- peared on the ene a of @ ronan . eee YVONNE DE CARLO

She joins her husband who has frock. The bodice ts made of Positions. lestie of Piéture Post. Tessa. whe Propert’s White Renovato ROD CAMERON
Me K lidaying with his relatives black quipure lace I should have liked to have seen comes from Jamaica, is a dre “RUSTY SAVES A
saith ages pein ogg gee more of her.” model in London She hz trav- | in +
his holiday in Barbados brought En Route To U.K. pape ig, Me ig ae ies al LIFE
ms wile to join him E* ROUTE to England by the England. Her real ambition. | | “THE LADY OBJECTS”

They are now at Bathsheba, Gascogne which left Barba- understand, is to become a fir and

New Appointment dos over the week-end is Mr. star ly and
. SONARD FE. THOMP- Maurice St, John, a Junior Master "
SON, Junior American Vice of the Grenada Boys’ Secondary Gold Coast | MIKEL CONRAD in “LAST OF THE RED

Consul has been transferred to a School and son of Mr. and Mrs. '

similar post in Ontario and ex-

Edward St. John of Grenada, He M* GEORGE McDERMOTT of
pects to leave Barbados with his

is going to Glasgow University on

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British Guiana, is eereet

family early ne» th, : ;

Carib. ay - ahi Seigsininbbnns Scholarship. week. He is going there as a sales- | - aioe seanepeinpenpnilienlietaiiaempeais Filmed in me Tey Fields of Starring JON HALL
for Mr. Thompson with mixed T Ww man to commission order fol c— laska
feelings it will mean much for the wo fabrics I understand that Mr. |
entire family as they will be near R. JIMMY —e is in McDermott was introduced to Dr. | * a: F vs Y THURSDAY Oniy 4.30 and 8.15 Opening Friday 5 & 8.15 p.m.
ite poeeeece's son now at the Dry Goods business with Kwame Nkrumah during he lat- New Loveliness or ou 3
th - ne ut it will bring regret to his father, P. Aboud and Sons in '" 5 Visit to Brits JAMES MASON in NIVER ERNAT
er 1undreds of friends from Trinidad flew in from that colony Back Agai ] | a“ “ ” Se ee ee rete
w aoe se Thompsons must part, on Monday by B.W.1.A. to spend me enn | WiTll } ODD MAN OUT
alt iis offic mS apacity Mr. two weeks’ holiday in Barbados ACK again at the Caribbear ‘ t \

rompson ihas always been kind staying at Accra Guest House. ogee Meal as < alge OS ae ae and

onsiderate and most helpful to t Club, Piccadilly, is Rudy
-+hose whose business took them to From B.G. Evans, well-known West Indian



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the Consulate. In private life he
carried a courtesy and an infec-
tious charm which endeared him
to his staff and the general public.

MONG the arrivals from Brit- Club-owner. Pudy, who left Lon-
ish Guiana by the Gascogne don a year ago for Paris to record

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en oe les pedi cecilia College cdi ten oo. WANE
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wats 2 Mr. and Mrs. H. N, Bladesiof |

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NEW YORK t } Decl 1 ee to erg Ww cp 3 a e Special Thursday | Sat 9.30 a.m
y : . . © see the Declaration of Inde- of the fight, says she is going to studying medicine at King = 1.20 p.m. } TI N am De: ‘“
anor Seep a America. That is pendence and the Constitution marry loser Tone. His newest lege, London. | babe sean at oa \ a" EAZA arate eneeiornie? aide GUNMEN OF
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ui “igs i man a the best posi- them against moths and dust Groom.” EN SOCIETY , ee ee OSE * DASE are ABILENE
ton to Know what is going to which threatened to penetrate ; teeta icant —— Tohnny Mack Brown
4 v penetrate » ' To- na T / 5 a 3 te a
jg the old cases. A ROBOT GUARD po! CROSSWORD | see es mers yee ete ae ; Starring
a © Is\Charles E, Wilson, who The President said “The stationed at defence factory gates. + |} “WOMAN ON PIER 13 & FIGHT FILM”
gave up his job as a £71,000-a- words of the Soviet Constitution Worke rs. will ting ei Sas te re ; Hs A ee Return Match! ALLAN “ROCKY” LANE
year industrialist to become mean less than nothing. Soviet Gey ide tne eatin dy 2 ao Sele, tee erat Kandy TURPIN - Sugar Ray ROBINSON
President Truman's Defence citizens live in fear Their clock. — The Sie ihe * “nidden se ciak tk eiuntieeceti sennanieacaqaiempetgemionsteanaie Se et ee ee
Mobilisation chie cela t : eir clock, e key has ahi =e
aon chie f. eae Society is a jungle through which magnet that matches magnets iti Opening Friday 28th 2.30 —- 4.45 and 8.30 p.m. and Continuing -
St ee industry that the Government prowls like a the turnstile and opens it. If a G = ** Color b
Scien wae ee, nor pro- beast of prey, making all men saboteur uses a _ fake key the Gary: COOPER: Rit ROMAN . 10 DALLAS aime SY Teseeoninne
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back to pre-Korean war levels. more violent any ie 2 robot sets off an alarm. pee gag aoe ; = To-day & To-morrow 4.30 & 8.15 p.m. '
roduction and sales are iv yer *zars i a , Ss i
again Arecricans ‘les are up ing than the power of the Czars, Not in the Show \ PLAZA Dial 8404 GAIETY Universal Double
their Sas , s have —— of Wenge Khan or other tyrants MILLIONS watched a TV iad THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES
a é a income rom of the past.” : day & -morrow 5 & £30 p.m J
£31,000 million in 1929 to £ 85,000 ” ee: a ng i re “RIVERO At SAY THM i ag Od Mag pee BOD ARR, “= LOT COSTELLO
million last year. Ss ’s Wives ; ; eon Errol and THE ‘TOR ,
ned ; olomon’s a 3, Bb ind ¥ Fe THE INSPECTOR GENERAL’ ey
Said Wilson: “Whenever the PRODUC Wives ats 200 ppeetators sat ; Se know “FIRST YANK IN TOKYO" Color by Technicolor and oo a& THE NAVY"
mobilisation effort passes its ODUCER Darryl Zanuck is ing of the real drama behind the Tom Neal “VALLEY OF THE GIANTS”
peak, we: will still een stvehae me aking a film, “The Queen of scenes. ‘ | Wayne Morris (with the Andrew’: Sisters)
tay is high 4 ee i Sheba,” which will feature King Comedian Spike Jones and his ‘aie | ss 9.90 ; & | Midnite Sat. 29th LS
3 { ages anc ‘ “ ‘ a 4 . cross ||| Mystery o e . Th ly) 8.30
high produetivity. It will be an Solomon. He is reputed to have band had 40 minutes to go. Sud- 1 hee “ oer 18th Guest & ' Code of the Ue Nee) tte p.m
expanding hi : Bas “M had 1,000 wives, and to have dis- denly, a master electrician, Frank| & menaine OF 13)" * Child a) ‘Jiggs & Maggic Lawless” & Brenda tosce ana And ;
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ais § é > ation. the oc " aaah 10, Its hair stings. (6) —- ~ - - Color by Technicolo; -
: > I ‘j e control boar d. + 1}. An alternative to a scull. (3) ‘SINNER OF MAGDALA" (Friday) Dana Andrews. ‘ oe SISSISSIPPI GAMBLE ity
Quicker Yet hat Fight Four assistants sprang to the| 12° Spirit of travel. (6) qeeeevneeneesesyeeseessasisenpnsannsaeenpeteness! :
CAUTIOUSLY the Journal ot INJURIES suffered by actor controls. They had to reach | 18- Reproach. (7) ate 7 ened
Commerce agrees with Mr. Wil ¢ ah oak eee * oy fist fight around Eisner while doctors tried it, Tar nthe lee ware parent | ees ee ee
. : with actor Tom Neal are delay- to revive him. Smoothly Jones| 18 Create ard game. (6)
son. But the industrial upturn, ; oe ty ae : : m moothly Jones @ Sere Game. (6) 1g 1 GRAND OPENING FRI. AT 4.30 & 8 15
says the journal, “is nothing to| 28, Jus participation in a new gagged on. There were tears in|J): Mremmges Heome acon. i) | AQUATIC CLUB CENEMA (Members Only) '
turn handsprings over as yet.| Neal 7 a, € lary of Dr the eyes of the electricians. Frank #1 tae tale could be overdue. (4) MATINEE: TODAY, at 5 p.m,
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speed as defence expenditures and| , 5+ } Perea. (8) : aon ; SCREEN
industrial plant expansion pro- + This work may be done by fisher In Technicolor
gress in 1952.” Rupert ad ne Sorcerer—31 #. Well-known Wimbledon initials in | Co-starring . . . 4 "
; the sun. (6) X¥vonne DeC ARLO — Charles COBURN — Scott BRADY—
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‘ tee q f yersal-Interna a y
bombs became a_ billion-dollar 3. Hestential esteem, (7) (6) oe eo oe
baby to-night. The President 9. Vegetable. (7) —
asked for another appropriation Ihab sats cone he tun nt)” |. seeeeed SP PPOIOCLEL DEPLODSSELSOLOA PLES OSES,
to make the bomb. It sends the if Join between two edges. (4) 1s SLOPE PSS PPPS FSFS ooF COO oF
amount to be spent on it to Over So! a i. eo ‘ 1% Y 7
the 1,000-million-dollar mark. 1, Brat; 3, “Rural. Ota 1 . "a Edel : G L oO B E '
Ambassador MacA? Tow: 18, A ie 18, Pas feria: 1 x TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW 4.45 & 8.15 p.m x
GENERAL MacARTHUR oe : * “PAID IN FULL” $
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Senators as America’s first am- yr otgas 42. Adapt; 14, averse, 47° 1 \ And “Mr. RECKLESS” (Wm. EYTHE — Barbara BRITTON)
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Arthur ruled Japan as occupation A ; —_ eee
commander until he was recalled Rupert watches the crowd anxi' them?" murmurs Ruy v > }
by President Truman when they ously to see what they are going moves past the drum, Ae he's A GLO BE § rs ’ ’} at
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Christian Mission Chancery Suit Ends’ |

Vice Ch

SEPTEMBER

26,

1951

ancellor

Reserves J udgment

THE CASE which came out

of se contention in 1949,

the Christian Mission Chancery suit, was finished yesterday
before the Hon. The Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymore

who reserved judgment.

Plaintiffs in the suit are Barrow and others who are
seeking a declaration that they were the General Superin-
tendent and Board of Management of the Mission duringz

1949 and that Hoyte and others were not.

Also to be de-

cided is who is the present General Superintendent, Hoyte

and others are the defendants.



A meeting was to be held in
January 1949, to elect a General
Superintendent. Before the meet-
ing came off, a misunderstanding
arose between members of the
plaintiffs and members of the de-
fendants. The case for the de-
fence is that Rev. Hoyte who was
the previous General Superintend-
ent, soug advice and wa
then informed that in any case the
meeting which was schedued to
take place wWas illegal, as the

Christian Mission Herald in which
it was ruled that notice of a meet-
ing should be published, was out
of existence. Argument for
Hoyte was that he would continue
to be General Superintendent.
Improper Meeting

In. 1949 Rev. Barrow and others,
however, went On t hold the
meeting and Rev. Barrow was
elected General Superintendent
Counsel for Rev. Hoyte held that
that was not a proper meeiin

Rev. Barrow
represented by
K.C

Dear

&
nc otner e
Mr, W. W
, associated with Mr
Mr. G H Adar
ciated with Mr. D. H
instructed Messrs
ton & Seal; ired for
Yesterday Mr fin-
ished his address which lasted
more than eight hours, Mv. Adams
who had already addressed, claim-
ed the right to reply
3esides repeating mu of his
arguments which he put forward
on Monday when he addressed the



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court all day, Mr. Reece said that
Hoyte and others had petitioned
the legislature to get the Act
amended before the case was
lodged. He said that the bye-
laws of 1942 e ultra vires
because they gave power to per-
sons who were not entitled to
vote under section 4 of the Act

The dismissal of Rev. Larrier
nd Rev. Barrow wa ilso ultra
vires. They might have been dis-
missed from their offices, but not
from membership

Mission Herald

A meeting was held in 1950—51
and evidence was that the Chris-
tian Mission Herald was again in
existence and if Hoyte and the
others had wanted to use that

meeting they could have done
They did not take any active ste;
but simply rest on their law.

Tinney had received Rev. Ramsay
and Lowe at the meeting of 1949.
tamsay and Lowe delegate
sent by Rev. Dalton Hoyte

so.

were



The rule was that there shou'd
be at least 21 day notice and
the questior se concerning
the adjournment vhether t
was until January 15 or Janu-

ry 26. It would be remembered
that those witnesses who sup-
ported — the adjournment for
January 15 were speaking only
from memory, That there wi
meeting on January 15



could be no doubt, but the ques





tion was whether tha an

adjournment from Ja

Davis who Acting Secre-
tary, said that there wa meeting
on January 6 and then an informal
meeting on January 15 and he
would ask the Court to accepi
Davis’ evidence.

In the minutes there was noth-
ing to show that anything wi:
said about what Rev. Hoyte w



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alleged to have instructed Ramsay
and Lowe to say at the meeting.
With regards to Rev. Hoyte’s
not turning up and the meeting
being improper on that ground,
Mr. Reece said that if a Director
was not present at a General
meeting, under the Companies
Act, that did not mean that they
could not go on with the meeting.

Churches Circularised

He said that the meeting of 1951

wus perfectly in order. Notices
appeared in the Herald and cir-
culars were.sent to all the

churches, both those that were and
those that were not in harmony.
The delegates had come after their
eredentials had gone through

It was never suggested, he said,



that Rev. Ramsay was trying to
usurp the function of’ Superin-
tendent The Representatives at
their me had a perfect right
to appoint a chairman. It was irue
that the General Superintendent,
if he were present would have
been accorded the honour of sit-
ting as Chairman. But he not be-
ir present, they had a perfect
right to appoint some other persun
to act.

It had finally come out that the
notice which Hoyte had sent by
registered letter had only reached
Mr. Davis after the meeting was
finished. It was posted about 2
o'clock and was not received until
after 4 o’clock, It was not surpris-
ing that Mr. Ramsay had said that
he had known nothing of that let-
ter.

He submitted that the meeting
was proper. The notices were all
reasonable notices and the repre-
sentatives came out on the strength
of them. What was the difference,
one could ask, between a printed
decument and a typewritten one.

Shifted Ground

‘My learned friend has com-
pletely shifted his ground,” Mr.
Adams said in replying, “and in
fact, in his address to Your Lord-
ship used the argument that
never since the incorporation of
the Christian Mission has any

meeting been properly summoned.
It is for me therefore to address
Your Lordship shortly on that
point as it could not have been
forseen by me.”

The Mission had been incorpor-
ated for 42 years, he said. For 37
of those years (evidence was put
into court by both sides to show
it) acting on that, they proceeded
to make bye-laws in the year 1914.

Letters had been put in from
; Hoyte, senior, which he
Rev. Larrier in which he
that the rules were beiny
1ade. In any event the Court had
before it rules made by the Chris-





tion Mission—the Board of Man-
gement—from 1914. There were
some 1942—43.

Therefore if counsel for the

other side went on to talk of usage
or custom, the evidence was over-
whelming as to what the custorn
was, Thirty-seven years out of 42
was over whelming.

“On the view that they were
given the power by the Act of
corporation to make _ bye-laws,

then it is overwhelming that it has
been the usage or custom to sum-
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Mr. D. L. Johnson = Grand River Co.
THE death occurred at his .
residence Three Arches, Navy : “ From Page 1
Gardens, yesterday morning of VYeCer Iitinois, oe eo oY
Mr. D, L. JoRnson, head of the °° Smet ts “spe _ |
firm of Messrs. D, L. Johnson & as i his i 2 , | ~
Co., Schooner Agents, He sashes ti tes he went f=
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‘return to the U.S.A. Sei
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the son of the late Mr. Hubert jo.) to Barbados.” | ST
Lawrence Johnson, Parochial This is the third batch of wort \+} re
Treasurer of St, Michael. He was ors returning to the island | ir
educated in England and on his Resort Airlines. More are expected | ©
return joined the firm of Messrs. .hortly } }
W. L. Johnson & Co.,, where hi
futher had been a partner before 2
he became Parochial Treasure ar our oO oO
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olours at the outbreak of war in . Zp ‘ a
414 and served as Lieutenant i: In Carlisle Bay ee e/
British West Indian Regiment Yacht Maranite Sch. 1 kivn DR |’ ‘
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opened his own agency and was y M. Lew Sx SSBB 99 OOO SO OOO POP PE OPO OA PPPS ECOE
highly respected = in busines te si UL. Sch. P Pray & 2
circle He took a keen interest : mited J m 8. 8 , iene. 1 Y *
1 parochial affairs and wa MV. Dac aerate il 1% A GOOD SOR — ws
clecte a member of the St Imac, fire t ’ ¥ + 3
Vichael’s Vestry serving as > @ T 1’ : >
Churchwarden at one period, yey a Pu R RE a RES & OonD 2
He was a keen sportsman, For MT ELL S
many years he was Judge at the 2 ~ q
Barbados Turf Club Meetings ana ARRIVALS By BWLAL % Lad tk
a member of the Wanderers yyane) mcqinton. joe eae % : 3
Cricket Club. This was in the MecGibbon, Torill’ Prestemard. Paailf & : ’ . . ; ¥
days when the Challenor Brother. Vrestegaard, M Layrisse, De Jean} & We can supply You with the following:
“ruled. the roost” and Johnson bse. a A Bren soon earn ~
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the departure of Federal troops | (B d L d )
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A new incident yesterday ag- } { e e e e
gravated the confuseq situation i
when a fierce fire destroyed 60 \ fi

working class homes in the Goia-
bal district of Sao Luiz, killing a
child and leaving more than 300 |

persons homeless. |

Governor Eugenio De Barros}
and his _ political opponents |
promptly accused each other of |

setting fire to “‘icrease the con-
fusion” in Maranhao state, |
‘Later however it was said that
the fire had been proved accident-
al, Investigators said it started
from a trash fire, was fanned by
the wind and spread to a row of
closely huddled shanties near the

dump.
Reports from the interior said
rebel forces led by lawyer Rai-



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localities yesterday.

Insurgents were. reported to
have occupied the village of Caru-
rupu and captured the Prefect of
the town of Anajatuba, The band |
of 200 rebels that took the town
of Passagem Franca Sunday, was |
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The Governor's palace at Sao
Luiz was crowded with officials
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and towns threatened by rebels.

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called at Sao Luiz to protest re-|
quest for withdrawal of Federal |
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Sb ADVOGATE

=a ee Pose

Wednesday, September 26, 1951

Coleridge School Again:

THE continuance of a series of blunders
in matters of education in this island can-
not but tend to excite the grave displeas-
ure of parents and the general public.

In the House of Assembly recently a
resolution was passed _ sanctioning a
scheme for the government of the Com-
bined Coleridge and Parry Schools and it
was explained that the scheme would
facilitate the appointment of the Govern-
ing Body before the beginning of the
term. The scheme was passed and now the
term has opened there are still independ-
ent schools at the Parry and at the Cole-
ridge.

It was at first rumoured that there was
difficulty in finding a suitable headmaster.
It was then thought that this would be a
repetition of the Alexandra School where
a second advertisement called for a head-
mistress after the nomination of the first
and the school had to be content with an
acting head.

Later it was published that among other
causes of the delay in the opening of the
new School was the difficulty in finding a
suitable governing body.

It is difficult for anyone interested in
education in this island to accept this ex-
cuse. It is not sound enough for a reason.
The amendment to the Act providing for
the appointment of Governing Bouies of
these schools gives the Governor the right
of appointment. It is true that a Govern-
or might not during the early part of his
regime be acquainted with a large num-
ber of people who are qualified to serve
on Governing bodies; but this inadequacy



—_———



of knowledge was provided for by statute
itself.

In its wisdom the Legislature of this
island enacted the Executive Committee
Act by which the Governor is supplied
with advisers. And the Letters Patent and
Royal Instructions set out clearly the func-
tions of the Governor’s advisers in the
Executive Council and in the Executive
Committee. Apart from this a Governor
will have failed in his primary function
if he does not make himself acquainted
with people who would be willing to sup-
ply him with general information,

It is not true that there could be any
grave difficulty in finding a Governing
Body for any kind of school in this island.
Barbadians are too interested in educa-
Non and whe social uplift and enlighten-
ment which it brings to evade or refuse
service on Governing Bodies. What is
true is that there has been a tendency in
this island to draw from one particular
class and from a few individuals in that
particular class when selecting personnel
to serve on advisory and investigating
bodies. It is a slander on the people of
St. Peter and St. Lucy to let it go forth
that the new Coleridge School could not
find a Governing Body.

The fundamental need is to find people
who are interested in education generally,
(and who is not ?) and in the school par-

ticularly. There will be .those whose
scholastic attainments fit them for such
an appointment but there will also be

those whose willingness to work for the
school also entitle them to places on the
Governing Body.

At a time when every kind of complaint
is being made that this island is not receiv-
ing adequate returns for the money being
spent on education it can bring nothing
but dissatisfaction if delays and disap-
pointments are allowed to nullify the de-
sires and efforts of those who strive for
progress.

Finally it is not for the Governor nor
his advisers alone to search for people who
will render public service of this kind. It
is the duty of people really interested and,
qualified, to offer their services always
remembering that refusal does not mean
insult, but that certain offices require
special qualifications and that it is good
citizenship to offer to serve before criti-
cising any lack of service.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Eye-Witnesses Of HAVE

As¢ression

Half the battle in Korea was American Government's _ belief
won when it was established that their activity greatly dimin-
within the first week who had ished the aid which the Commun-

begun it. If United Nations ob- ist nations would otherwise have

servers had not been present to given to the Greek rebels.

report what they had seen all In the case of Palestine it was
along the frontier of the two only after two periods of full-
Koreas between June 9 and 23, scale hostilities that the United
1950, the Communist insistence Nations empowered its . media-
that Americans and South Kore- tor, Count Bernadotte, to form
ans hagi begun the fighting would small international teams to ob-
have been less effectively an- serye the execution of truce
swered after June 25. What spreements Several of these
frustrated the aggressor then men lost their lives at the hands
might well frustrate him again, of poth Arabs and Jews and it
and a world desperately in need was not until the beginning of
of,peace would do well to exam- i949 that Dr. Bunche was able
ine and adopt every technique to establish a workable system
which offers hope of making war (+ United Nations observation

In the last three

of trained

less likely.
years the stationing
observers, drawn from many
nations, along threatened fronti-
ers and in disputed territories has
been developed as a wholly new
technique of this kind.

ulong the armistice lines on which
he had secured agreement. This
systern is still in operation, witn
the more or less willing co-
operation of both Israel and the
Arab states, and the presence of
the UN teams has greatly limit-

Such observers are hardly ed the number and scale of con-
needed where the threat to peace f'icis along the armistice lines,
takes the form of a full-scale In spite of these experiences
attack by a major power. A chain the United Nations has been re-
of United Nations observation luctant to create observer systems
posts along the Elbe would neith- in good time in other areas, In
er deter the Politburo from Indonesia a year elapsed between
ordering the Red Army to march, the first call for a cease-fire and
nor would it be needed to show the inauguration of a system of
the world where the blame for a
conflict in this area lay. But in
the immediate future a major
war is more likely to begin in a
less direct way. It might result
from the extension of a relatively
small conflict at @ point of fric-
tion between the Communist and
the free worlds, or from the use
of one of Russia’s satellites to
stage onother aggression by proxy
on the model of Korea. In either
of these cases there is much to be
gained from the presence at the
danger point of a group of men
capable of evaluating signs of
military preparation, experienced
in making objective reports, and
drawn from so many different
nations that their joint verdict
could not be dismissed as a parti-
san view—except of course by the
Communists and their friends,
who will dismiss anything. It
would be too much to hope that









POCKET CARTOON
OSBERT LANCASTER

by



the presence of observers would Win
actually prevent an »ggression “ Darling,

that had been deliberately decid-
ed upon—though on occasion it
might do so. The real purpose
that observers can serve is to pre-
vent any division of opinion,
based upon conflicting versions of
the facts, in the free countries
and therefore to encourage them
to present a united front against
the aggression, Thus they would
indirectly have a deterrent effect.

ways are nationalised, but 1
still don’t see how they can
lose money on this!"





cbservation; and even then the
local Good Offices Committee had
to rely almost entirely on its own
resources until the closing stages
of the conflict. A similar delay

The value of having observers cecurred in the case of Kashmir,

on the spot can be seen from the where, however, United Nations
rs s ‘bservers have now been con-

record of the observers already °”*
tinuously at werk for over two

stationed in five troubled areas in
Europe Asia. These men—most
of them military officers with
considerable experience of battle
—have carried out their duties in
remote and inhospitable areas
with little public recognition. The
seale of their work is indicated
by the fact that at one time 594
of them were in the field at the
same moment; and their experi-
ences provide a number of im-
portant lessons for the future.

The United Nations observer
system is a comparatively recent,
and in some respects almost acci-
dental, development. No men-
tion of observers will be found in
the UN Charter, and not until the
third year of the organisation's
life did the first of them take up
their duties. By then the United
Nations had already experiment-
ed with the technique of sending
out temporary fact-finding com-
missions — a technique also used
by the League of Nations, as in
the case of Manchuria — and had
discovered its limitations. The
General Assembly of 1947 broke

years. And it is of particular in-
terest that in, Korea, although a
commission had been sent to the
country in 1948, it was not until
May, 1950, th@t the first military
cbservers for) service along the
88th parallel reached Seoul, Dra-
matically enough, these officers
completed their first comprehen-
sive inspection of the frontier
cenly a few hours before the North
Koreans attacked; their reports
completely exploded the Commu-
nist claim that the Southerners
had been the aggressors. But they
were too few, and had arrived too
Inte, to test the validity of the
South Korean’s Government's be-
lief that their presence would
have a deterrent effect on the
North,

United
never, in
preventing

Nations observers have
fact, succeeded in
hostilities from
breaking out; but t his is
hardly surprising, es they have
cnly once been sent to a danger
are: before the fighting started,
and even that one instance, as has

new ground by setting Up @ jeen seen, was a matter of “too
Special Committee on the Balk- jittje and too late.” They have,
ans, not to collect facts, but to however, substantially limited the
observe continuously the extent to scale of conflicts in Palestine,
which the Balkan nations com- (reece and Kashmir. And they
plied with the Assembly’s recom- j..6 fulfilled their third pur-
mendations. During 1948 _ this pose, that of revealing to the

committee established observation
posts, manned by American, -——
British, Brazilian, Chinese, Dutch,
French and Mexican officers and
civilians, in six sectors of the
northern frontier of Greece,
Since that time, they have cov-
ered the battlefields right up to
the frontier, and several have
been wounded by Communist fire.
Their scope has been limited by
the refusal of Albania, Bulgaria
and Jugoslavia to admit any
United Nations officials to their
territory, but that refusal in itself
cast revealing light on the Com-
munist governments’ claim that
Greece was to blame for all fric-
tion along the border. No spokes-
man for the United Nations would

LONDON, Sept. 24.

Israel informed the United Na-
tions on Monday because of its
unsettled relations with its Arab
neighbours that it is unable to
earmark any of its military forces
for use by the world organization,
The Israeli statement was in reply
to the Acheson Plan voted by the
General Assembly last fall which
requested all United Nations to
@armark units of their national
defence forces for use against
aggressors in future,

claim that the observers have “Israel is more conscious of the
turned the tide in Greece; but need for adequate measures to re-
Mr. Dulles has expressed the inforce the concept of collective



‘No Aid From Israel

vorld which party was responsi-
ble for the sggression in Indone-
sia, Greece and Korea, In the
last two cases they «chieved their
eflect in spite of being barred
trem side of the threatened
frcntier, and in spite of the fact
vat the Communist govern-
ments concerned had _ openly
cetied the United Nations and
were less concerned about out-
side opinion than, say, the Dutch
in Indonesia

one

n ( or the Indians in
Kashmir.
ae a *
If the observer system hag

thus proved its worth, what ob-
jection could there be to its ex-

tension? The United Nation
itself has learnt that the sam«
results cannot be obtained bs



visiting missions, even when these
con be persuaded to leave their
hotels and slog through the muc
qf battle as the observers do.
f£very military commander know
how easy it is to fake up “window-
Cressing” for the benefit of visitin;
civilians; but it is not so simple t
prepare or develop a campaigr
under the eyes of inconspicuou:
experts who may appear on
nearby hilltop at any moment
If it is argued that it should b
left to the press to warn the world
of impending dangei, it must be
pointed out that no newspapei
or agency can afford to post com-
petent correspondents in remote
mountain areas for years on end
in the hope of eventually secur-
Ing a story.

_ But if international observatior
is to play its full part in the de-
fence of peace, it must above al!
be timely. Korea set a precedent
for the posting of observers to ;
danger area before hostilities be-
gin, and provided a warning tha
it is not enough merely to senc
them in on the eve of the conflict
If conflicts are to be prevenied
rather than merely limited, the ob-
servers must start work early
enough to master both the terrain
and the local cireumstances befcre
they are required to report There
ts no longer any administrative
obstacle to such timely action. Al-
though the United Nations early
use of observers was a hastily ex-
temporised affair, the position has
since been changed by the approv-
al in 1949 of a permanent panel
from which the Secretary-General
may select observers at shori no-
tice, by the formation in March,
1950, of the mobile UN Field Ser-
vice-—which supplies observers
with vehicles, drivers, guards and
wireless operators—and by the
creation last November of a Peace
Observation Commission charged
with drawing the atteiition of the
General Assembly to areas of po-
tential danger,



There are several areas of po-
tential trouble to which observers
should be sent as soon as possible

—for instance, Jugoslayia's eastern
frontiers and the Punjab border
between India and Pakistan. If it
is argued that the arrival of ob-
servers heightens tension sy em-
phasising the risks of a Jocal situa-
tion, the answer surely is that the
more widely the idea is used, the
less alarm will be caused by each
successive attempt to forestall
trouble rather than deal with it at
the eleventh hour. The chief re-
maining obstacle is the fact that
the consent of the government cf
a country has to be optained be-
fore observers can be placed in its
territory. This difficulty could be
overcome if as many nations as
possible would pledge themselves,
in advance te admit United Na-
tions observers et any time on a
request from the Sec.etary-Gen-
eral, in the same way that many
of them have undertaken in ad
vance to accept the rulings of the
{International Court,
UN Personnel in Danger Areas
Observation



Personnel in

Work Area in 1950
Began (before
In Korean War)
Greece Jantary, 1948
Palestine June, 1948 136
Indonesia July, 1948 68
Kashmir February, 1949 63
Korea May, 1950 22
Total . =
365

—-The Economist





For World Army

security in international affairs
since in 1948 it was obliged tc
stand alone anc unaided against
armed aggression aimed in subver-
sion of authority of the United
Nations at its own annihilation.

At the same time the ability of
the Government of Israel at pres-
ent to earmark special units for
service in localities remote from
the area of its own immediate
security responsibilities is severely
limited by the character of rela-
tions subsisting between the state
of Israel and Arab countries
neighbouring on it.”—U.P.



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Temporary Road Repairs there we were told to report toto the late Milton King. But in use the road. In the first place
To The Editor, The Advocate, the Commander-in-Chief, and we doing so I am much surprised at every now and then there is an

SIR.—Many of your readers “id. He told us that we were wor the stand taken by Mr, G. 4H, attack on the “poor cyclists” who
have been writing of the deplor- Workers and that we should work Adams, Africa is the land which at some times are forced to do Hy CHAPM
able condition of the roads in their ard and help fight to wim the we were taught our forefathers certain things of which he is ac- . 4
respective districts, and I now join War. came from and a few years ago cused of, but let me state this—
my quota to their wail of com- We were called before the at the U.N.O. when the Russian bicycle riding calls for quick ST. LOUIS.
plaint. Commander-in-Chief the second delegate raised the point pertaining thinking, judgment and any YOU begin to grow

While passing through Alkins’ time in 1950 and this is what he to the treatment of coloured peo- cyclist who possesses this knowl-|from about the time you
Road yesterday morning I noticed told us. “You Barbadians here ple in Africa it was the same Mr. edge can shield himself from wha i

that a moterist coming from the
Tweedside end of the road had to
make a detour through the track-

way made by the former Govern- miralty that the dock yard is clos- #0t 2 pat on his shoulder when because in town or country you | 800 scientists here.
ment railway, so as to reach his ing down and all Barbadians will he returned to this country. To wii find an intermingling of ped-| The shrinkage is due mainly
destination, Belmont Road. This jaye to return home. [I know Mr. Adams I say this: “Had You ¢ctrians who use the roads badly, |to two. causes — increasing cur-
was done so as to avoid his car that you came here ag labourers taken your place at the UNO With regards to cutting in be-]| vature of the spine,; and flattening
sinking in the quagmire at the nq now you all have certificates Maybe not only King would be tyeen traffic a cyclist only does|of shock-absorbing discs which
eo of Alkins’ and Quaker’s Unger the Admiralty as skilled all ce oe oot y dep vets this when there is a traffic jam separate ae ‘Spine’s

labourers, Assistant Mechanics 8'0CS, anc : and I must state shaped segments.

While I am aware that the Gov-



have worked havrd,
am sorry to let you know this. I
received instruction from the Ad-

Adams who defended the ex-
ploiters of Our race more capably
that Dr. Malan himself for this he

very hard. I

imperative







may be an accident.
ting in between pedestrians it is
sometimes to to



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As for cut-]by an average

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that a bicycle



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THERE is a man in Europe who could ask’
an emperor in for breakfast. He could have
a king and queen to lunch, a czar te tea, a}



By

EXILE...

A New Arrival Stirs The City Of
Cobwebbed Thrones

CHARLES FOLEY

kaiser and his wife to dinner.
And then, as night fell on Madrid, Gen-
eral Franco could lead into his ballroom

¢nough princes and princesses to fill a new!)

Who’s Who of Europe’s royal families.

Nor would the guests have far to travel.'%

For all these claimants to cobwebbed thrones}

have settled in Spain. \%

But now tongues are buzzing. For Franco's) $
atest acquisition—the Bulgarian royal fam-|
ly—came in for a reception which hinted| %
how his mind is working. rR:

... AND A QUEEN | §

who reigned

es.

KING SIMEON

Franco heard

Followed by. all their remaining worldly

that

The lord mayor and the

Limousines for the



goods in 75 trunks and 112 packing cases, the|
astonished Bulgars were swept out to the)
Philip II. Hotel at Escorial, outside Madrid.
Here they were told that Franco is finding
them a house, two cars. five Spanish ser-

V

ants.

Full

royal

privileges are theirs as|

‘ong as they care to stay.

an

Hohenzollern

Little wonder that Queen Joanna, clasping!

armful
declared: “Spain is a iiation of hidalgos”|
(only the Spanish have a word for “gentle-
men”). And then: “My son and I will learn|
Spanish quickly, to thank you in your own
tongue.”

Joanna's words are echoed by Grand Duke}
Vladimir, From his flat in Madrid, Vladimir
lays claim to the Throne of Russia.
Leningrad
again, Franco will be welcomed by a modern
czar. As a student, Vladimir travelled daily
by Underground from Kew Gardens to the
then “Leftish’”” London School of Economics.
In between visits to his cousins, the Duke|
and Duchess of Kent, he worked later in a
Lincolnshire factory as Mr, Mickhailov.
Then there is Vladimir’s brother-in-law,| |
Prince Louis Ferdinand, perhaps the only
rubbed shoulders|)
with the world, With half Germany—and|}
alas, Berlin—enveloped by the Iron Curtain,
he still hopes to be kaiser. “Germans love
the monarchy,” says Louis, and he knows the!
Americans like him because he has worked
in Ford’s, Detroit. ;

.., AND OTTO.

One visitor who has no need to learn Span-|
ish is the Archduke Otto.
in Franco’s pack has irked the one person-
age not weleome in Madrid — Spanish Pre-|)
tender Don Juan,

Juan’s friends now suspect that Franco is
grooming Otto as a rival to Juan’s claims,
If so, Franco can recall that the amiable|
Hapsburg’s ancestors ruled Spain when her
empire embraced most of Europe as well as
South America, And over many Spaniards,
still rankling at the Armada, and Gibraltar’s
loss, such glory casts a spell.

All this Juan huff and Otto puff may be be-
side the point. Franco loves to keep folk
guessing. Meanwhile, he is encouraging the
rise in Spain of “free” Iron Curtain legations
and spectral monarchies, ;
His exalted guests are sheltered from the
buffets of politics, publicity, and taxes, And
then, presto, he is socially on top of the
Continental world.

If

THE OLDER YOU GET
THE SHORTER YOU GROW

smaller taking up any s
t reach
30, and you go on losing height make-up
of half an inch are hidden by a wi
every 20 years, Washington Uni- reve :
versity’s Dr, Mildred Trotter



of



Franco’s roses, tearfully

VLADIMIR ...

becomes St. Petersburg

who has

This royal joker

fit eee
—L.ES.

PINCHER
behind the actress's head, thereby |
gging skin,
covered with
élastic bands



The gauze is

and the



Brown believes that the mental}

told effect of a rejuvenated face tones}
up the whole body

Take a Nap |
DOCTORS strongly ecemndeal

bobbin- to middle-aged men the habit of!

taking a short nap after lunch.



ernment cannot tackle all the road ®"d Mechanics. Most of this work subber iets | res zone ai ae only occupies a two-foot space and | _ The Seppo ens - _ After studying hundreis of
problems simultaneously, I have /5,0n ships. I know that this sort jo46 the rightful place which it is reasonable that if a cyclist some or h a and holds patients admitted to a Boston
been wondering if it is not possible ©f work is not to be found in Bar- jhe, are entitled.’ This is not Can see his way to get from be- for egroes as well as whites, hospital with serious heart
for them to make temporary re- bédos and I do hope that your oni), my opinion but that of every tween motor vehicles why he |Says Dr, Trotter. trouble, doctors found that most
pairs to some of the worst roads Government will do something for negro I come in contact with should remain—because in case of ; 7 of the attacks occurred while
the above road, for instance. “A yOu in the near future.” And thi Thanking you for space Mr an accident he may come off the Without Wrinkles patients were working shortly
stitch in time saves nine,” and by is it. Walking day after day pgitor. ; ors : after the midday meal. ‘
so doing the Government will leoking for work and nobody “oe CHICAGO surgeon Adolph
bring a modicum of comfort to the knows us " A. CARTER __It is true that some cyclists are}Brown, showing a colour film The survey also showed that
residents and other users of tl EDMUND MOE Member League Col People °f the wild type and do things to} Which disclosed the secrets of well-built, muscular men are
road, GLADYS G. CONNELI 25.9.51 ee ee r attract ha attention of others like ~ gical beauty treatment explain- far more susceptible to the type
1LADYS G. NNEL . era to > themselves. As for the motor- ]} e« how ageing Hollywood act- of heart attack called coronary
Sept. 19, 1951. Surprised Mr. Adamt Use Of Road ists they are no better than the]?resses are made to appear with- thrombosis than lean men ,
Just Idling 1 } I Edi , The Advocate 1o the Bditor, the Advocate evelists. They too cut in betweer ut wrinkles on the screen, One of the patients studied was
z SI! Or readi an article n yclist pedestrians and every- The make-up man glues tv docto vho has suffered four
“SIR. rs i on ; re ‘ ; * Re 10,000 Join SIR Please pt t e to ex r tches of near-invisible gauz tack of coronary thrombosis
a one 0 250 « -Y ee y vic the heekbor Then } ti ries on arte
frants that left Barbados for thous! ng time has elapsed 1 vhich POOR CYCLIST "elastic. bands. to ‘ ro ee
Rermuda. When we _ reacbedtoo must contribute my syn I ur every else ) izes and fas them —L.ES.
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red carpet, a band.
head of Franco’s household to read address-|
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Assembly Amend

Factories

Act Bill

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed the Bill

to amend the Factories Act
began on September 18.
The objects and Reasons of
The Secretary of Stat Ss ad-
vised the Government that the
Factories Act, 1947, does not ade-
quately provide for the fencing
of machinery and for the inspec-
tion of every type of steam boiler
and the Labour Commissioner









1947, Discussion on the Bill

the Bill state:

of machinery and for the inspec-

tion of every type of steam
boiler.
The 1947 Act was exhaustive-

ly debated over -a period of what
was nearly two mdnths in the
House in that year, and was gone

»>*

HEMAN OSTRICH

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



To
Principle For

West Indian Club
The House of Assembly yesterday passed an Address in
eply to the Governor’s Message relating to the establish-

ment of a Club and Centre in London for West Indian
Students.



House Agrees

1¢ Address reads



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has pointed out that the adminis- into in detail by a Select Com- The House of Assembly has the | |
trative machinery for carrying’ mittee whose members com- hopour to acknowledge the receipt Man Attacks |
out the provisions of the Act are prised the majority of members of Your Bxcellency’s Message, No
cumbersome and $hat difficulties in the House representing both 28 1951, and to inform Your Ex Woman . Police |
will be encountered when carry- interests which were affected in cellency that the House agrees in y |
ing out the provisions of the Act. the Bill. “The minor amendment principle with the proposal to |
Accordingly, the Bill seeks to the Secretary of State recom- establish a Club atid Gontea in Make Arrest }
amend the Factories Act, 1947, mended could easily have been London for West Indian students |
to give effect to the recommen- jncorporated into the 1947 Bill,” anc would be prepared to approve DOROTHY PAYNTER, wh« |
dations of the Secretary of State said Mr. Dowding, “but no, this @ contribution towards the Capi- lives at Mrs. L. Weatherhead |
se Labour Commissioner. was not to be. The Labour Com- tal and annually recurrent costs 'esidence, Bay Street, reported to
Clause 3 of the Bill provides a missioner has pointed out that On a “student” basis the Police that at about 1.45 a.m |
oor eae rere definition ef @ the administrative machinery for I yesterday she awoke and found
factor nd includes any fac- carrying out the provisions o* A mn moving the passing of the a man in her room |
tories owned or operated by the the Act are cumbersome and that ; ceress, Mr, Adams (L,) said that’ She said that she made an }
Government of this Island or by a@ifficulties will be encountered cee members will remem- alarm and the man wounded her
any parochial or other public yhen carrying out the provisions fer that they had put on the on her head with a stone and
body. This clause is based on of the Act.” I ; Estimates a sum of money to pro- made his escape }
the definition of factory in the re Vide for social amenities for The matter was reported to the
Trinidod and Tobago Factory Technical Knowledge Barbadian Students in London, At Hastings Police Station immedi- H
legislation, that time the number of students ately Prompt action was taken |
Clause 4 repeals sections 3, 4 Mr. Dowding questioned: **What in London was 78 and the money ana within 2 short nn 4 ie lal
and 5 ot the Act and substitutes pre , Sonniaas ne eee be was voted, . Therold Stanton of Harts zap, | .
iree ew sections which yro- expectec oO KNOW anything abouv ~ ‘ al : ¢ . 2 _ nc] > srreste | f Y
vide— : the fencing and guarding of ma- itserr” ee “a Lae os pc. 3 19. Murrell “ua Ee 433 | ONn SALE
a > ae dé cents ngland o e. wee . e _— tf
(a) that inspection of all fac- Saminiean’ Cane me tae vee whorn there were 600 in London Griffith. He is charged with ea tal ~ 0 , a 7 _
tories shall be the duty of poilers?” 7 , and of these between 70—100 were tering a dwelling house wae | KE J LkLnh } ue ME RE
ae a tes cso te eas The Labour Commissioner, he wee wish iiaasbeaeies intent yi
tories, the establishment of S24 could give any of his powers had sent a long memorand a, =e
‘he act iy Bo: i andthe to an inspector, as far as he (Mr. the Caribbean . ety Ret int oe N| 3
Wictery Appeal Sbhid ie Dowding) could see. This inspec- SINGING, dancing and music is a common form of busking throughout Gut that. thes dats ikea Pu AUGUSTUS B. COMPTO | PLP COLO ELL LALLA LEELA LIPASE
abolished; Pes * tor could go to a magistrate with the whole world, but this Indian has 5 new style. /. — oe iy re ial Melicen tian ea ; 1% %
(c) that owners of factories shall 3 charge without any witness at the Human Ostrich and claims that he could stay with nis an un er é a ON DRY DOCK | $ ay ~
° 7 - als. all, and if the judge so decide, the ground for several days. When performing outside the Calcutta The West Afric ldnis | is GIVE MM) mR a Mass %
notify the Labour Commis- the particular factory involved racecourse, however, he came up at frequent intervals, just to see if I 1 ECGS . Seeear out students in The 47-ton schooner Augustus| , am 7 gar = 2 ‘
oer of *he eaistence OC nid be inant abate, ‘or its pro- any mceaey had found its way into his bowl.—EXPRESS. Serine’ es Dah other ee B, Compton is on dry dock under-| x se! \ $
actories within @ time sPe- press impeded ] @ach had centres, ; the f0imgé repairs, The ship lost all) MAIR MORE ‘
cifle pe gi s é ad centres, It was only the noat| tb é 4 4 >
Ciena” Func Crown, but _. He was not against the prin- Section 2 of the principal Act is YE iy West Indian students who did not her ga ee “s toe - a *
in case of any public emergency, ciple of the Bill as he had already hereby amended GIV KE NOW i have such a centre. wh n she met aoa ae ith * L I K E s
the Governor-in-Executive Com. Pointed out, but he feared the (a) by repealing the defini- The Colonial Office had taken Way from St sucia here wit 1% D M, %
mittee may by order exempt the POWs proposed to be given to tions of “the Board” - and AT Queen’s Park H erie the matter up and were anxious general cargo 1 >
Crows from complying with the one man falling ihto the hand of “factory ;” AT Queen’s Park House a er oup to help them and it was felt that The Augustus B Compton | ~ ce WOETH %
provisions of the Act. the wrong person and thereby (b) by substituting the words Of ladies have been working hard N@ West Indian colonies should finally “made the trip from St./@ »
Clause 7 repeals sections 7, 8 and Causing irreparable damage. “the Labour Commissioner” (ring the week packing clothing, help. He understood that they Lueia Ath 4 tt ee sHooner’s |& x
9 of a tA ab Aa etaaeteatine «eats Mr. Dowding stressed that the for the words “the Board” foodstuff and hardware for un- Were the only ones who kad not MUCIA Wilh anor eee |S *
sae ah ste eee eet services of a qualified engineer cecurring in the definition fortunate Jamaicans who have replied to the Message and he was sails ' while a any in - aaa} ® %
“4 Ss which— mw = ad F cAsh a ear mt * pnaipes ns ete + askir honourable 1e vers to Was being made locally for her.|%, >
(a) gives an inspector the power Should be obtained for inspecting of “boiler certificate; been — — 7 -_ ear approve of ne Lanaek ok ‘© While on dock, the ship will] % >}
to make complaint before a the machinery at factories, and (c) by substituting for the puke | = ne - Le a doing, they would be approving undergo a general cleaning up|s A
Police Magistrate who may not anybody. Naturally he said, definition of “Inspector to ao “Hu ; vs Pe Rett? to 3 © of the principle and painting. After coming off|% »
issue, an interim order, if, he would have to be given a good the following definition . or sai urricane . jief Organ- dock, she will be loading cargo | % *
fronn. the woldarue recelvaa he salary. As one looked around to- * * Inspector means a sation and the cases will _be In the Governor’s Message it for St Lucia. She ‘is consigned | x
: ore day he saw inexperienced offi- factory inspector appointed for shipped next week by the S.S. was pointed out that if they should > So a nate! Amanotas | %
is of the opinion that the cials holding high offices in this the purpose of carrying out the Colombie, five on a population basis rather to Whe Bohooter Owners: Amocts x EMERALD CLEAR %
danger from the condition of Qountry. This was rightly so, in praeanone ot this Act.” ; ‘han on a student basis the “0” * %
factory or any part of W& is pi, opinion, because the sa aries Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said that Mr. M, D. Symmonds, Church- amount would be somewhat less % x
such as to involve imminent Gffereq were not sufficient to at- there were some of the members warden, told the Advorate at He would therefore like the House “DAERWOOD" BRINGS x s
risk of Satie a harm tO tract experienced and qualified on his side of the table who did ae ~ = 9 ae fete 0 give on a student basis x H A M P O O >
persons in the factory; en. tt agree w 1e deletion of Metchants to senda in their pack- ‘ x ' %
(b) provides that an information eo Dowding was not in favour the weed “Boards. The feeling ing cases and parcels of clothing, = ‘he oaeaee oe se , FRESH FRUIT x s
need: only allege that a factory of the omission of the “Board” of the Opposition was that the rane ay APO en eg ree badi: 3 parti paling re oe as tite A moderate supply of fresh x PRELL. MAKES THE HAIR RADIANT %
is a factory within the neEne which was in the old Bill and board should not have been = a nf sm ae Bewevel Génire would be improved, P fruit arrived here yesterday from * AND DANDRUFE-FREE %
ing of the Act and state the which he considered would be disposed of, while on the other Small, w1 e gratefully accept- He had much pleasure in mov- St. Lucia by the motor vessel] ® x
name of the ostensible oc- quite workable, in the present as hand, the Bill proposed to omit it. ed,” he said. ing the passing of the Address Daerwood. The Daerwood also % On Sale at all Leading Stores x
occupier; then there would be a ‘number Even if they made the board | Many householders have done Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) second- brought quantities of cocoa beans, | $$ . n sate at @ MOGING SLOlSs >
(c) provides that where any of experienced men to deal with smaller, he said, it would be their bit. There are still a large eq, copra and cocoanuts. She began attest tetptet ye tpte tate? ttt et SO eC OLOSTLE
Coroner's inquest or other in- « matter and not only the La- serving a useful purpose. With number who intend sending in a After further discussion the unloading shortly after her ar- a a Bg | | a mM a Fr
quiry discloses that there has bour Commissioner. He was pre- the board, ce a . " eee, on . ane ee — Address was passed rival, ; ’
been a breach of the Act or pared to offer suggestions when competent would be able to dea Jueen’s Park they can phone the e
any regulations, proceedings the Bill went into Committee ae a aa section - joe ant = me ae ae Ju t Arrived! =
against a person must be whereby he hoped that it would P! which called for technical and a scout will come for the par- B FRESH SHIPMENT OF
brought within six months of become more workable in pro- knowledge. cel, ‘
the making of the report. tecting the workers fn the vari- $ ss ——— + —__--_— —_——-— ! \ Py Ri y a ‘I Oo Vs
eit ob ae Bill amends sec- °US industries in the island. Labour Commissioner ul dhsed taker aba’ ie : > \\ a Pu Ni CHOW: a
tion 10 of the Act so as to extend Industrialisation First, he said, it was bad that Ministry of rakoae Gin? ae es 4 ¢ ALSO
the powers of the Labour Commis- . the Bill was not brought into prised of about hz e . a
sone Mr, HD. Mottey said that ne (Mordtiin “flor ite Ppaking in Bree et ameMt, halt the mumbe Om 8 2 CHICK FEEDERS
Clause 12 repeals section 19 and thought there was not one hon- 1947 to see how it would have fore, there would be people in / Nee ean
‘e-enacts it along the lines of Ourable member who would ob- worked. In 1947, it was said that the Department that would be 2) fa mine : ‘ a
sections 14, 15 and 16 of the ject to the principle of the Bill. . Board would be appointed to competent to deal with engineer- a
Factories Act, 1937, (1 Ed. 8 Geo This was especially the case of qo “so and so”, but then in 1951, ing, etc, f he Hi. Jason Jones & Co. Ltd.—Distributors.
6 c. 67) so as to make better pro- the members of the Opposition they, without having the experi- Mr, Reece (E) said that he was i i . ’
visions for the fencing of Who were clamouring for indus- ence of how a board of the sort sceptical over having a Govern- fy} KLIM is pure, safe milk 8 Ga ww a Bw Gi oe g& gz fe a |
machinery. The section as re- ‘*ialisation. When this is being would have functioned, wanted to ment Department controlling any- = T SEO ER
drafted will not allow guards to be done there must obv iously be leg- qelete “Boards” for the purpose thing of that nature, He felt [2] KLIM keeps without refrigeration |
removed while machinery is in ae one ae protection of of substituting ‘Labour ee that he was bound by the
motion for cleaning operations ete, ™ a SLO elec | | missioner.” He could not se@ opinion which was expressed by —— Oe
except within certain very narrow ,,5?me hon. members seemed to how they, without any practical the Hon, Senior Member for St. www
anid Sostieien ante party cover- think that the Bill had only to experience, could turn down a James, that the original dey -
ed by the words “necessarily ex- %° with sugar factories, He did part of the bill because an official the Bill would stand fl |
posed.” . not nverpret it that way. ane ze in the U.K., said so When it came to a bill dealing KLIN G! ly
Clause 16 makes provision as to veo several se ene of be em He moved that < lause A and with technical matters — whicn ~ |
the parties who might be liable sugar factories where wae ae B of Section 2 be deleted. cid not come under the ordinary
acts or defaults a ier the Act could be maimed, disfigured or Mr. F. L. Walcott (L) said that course of legal business - the |
for acts: or defaults: under tng ©" be made invalids for life. He the Hon. Senior Member for St. best way out was to leave the RYS a \
and contains a clause empowering thought they should get the Act James scemed not to realize that bill as it rina rina, é 1e |
the employee to bring the actual passed as soon as possible. the passing of the amendment, i ; at |
offender before the Court. : They were some of them who which was proposing to transfer He would have liked Hon. wi «¢ you buy KLIM MILK, you |
i This clause also repeals sections knew more about this matter certain control from the hands cf members to realize that the bill did ar or consistent parity and autet
25 and 26 relating to the notifica- Ahan others and he looked for- a board into the hands of the not only include sugar factories, tional veiue In each and ak Fr
tion of accidents which will now ward to hearing suggestions for Labour Commissioner, would not but also small factories. Speaking in J heels he ha aal(peM
be contained in the provisions of amendments where necessary in have been creating precedent, for himself, he was in agreement KLI) always the s9f

the Notification of Accidents and order to make the Bill as work-

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Occupational Diseases Bill. able as possible. Departments in Trinidad, British pill. He felt_that the Hon. Senior
Clause 19 contains the penalty The last speaker had mentioned Guiana, Jamaica, Australia, U.K. Member for St. Peter had handled HEALTH |
provisions for forgery, personation that the 1947 Act had been passed and the U.S., also had similar the matter in a comprehensive GOUUN |
and other offences under the Act. but it had never been proclaimed. powers. All over the po 4 way. VN \\ 7
; = There must have been some Empire, they would find labour Mr Baaoe: salt atnthe eee Wey WAN eee WA | 1
koa home Gree res ed eater reason for that. deparnnens ae at t under Senior Member for St. Peter had te aman i STRSTR — RE SR Bs
was adjourned last week for fur- Mr. Motiley said that he agreed rs peas 7 A ag a se eve said that the Bill was primarily [a] KLIM is excetiont for growing y
ther consideration, that the Bill that any Act which ‘dealt with out of the hands of the Labour for the welfare of the workers — children
sought to give power to the Labour the labouring people of the nepartment and put it into the He was reminding them that it S| KLIM adds nourishment to
Commissioner and the Labour colony should be under the La- hands of an individual body,” he W@! ilso for the welfare of the as Cooked dishes |
Commissioner only, to control the bour Department, but this did not anid ; owners of the factories and those \6| KLIM i | *
main industry of the island to a necessarily mean that the Head ~~ * who operated them. : # recommenced for
very large degree. of that Department should be re- Appointments Mr. E. K. Walcott’s motion that aa infant feeding
He would again ask, why was sponsible for appointments. That Mr Walcott further pointed Clauses A and B of Section 2 be 7] KLIM is safe in the specially | )
the 1947 Act which was passed not was a matter that could be settled out that although the Labour deleted was then put and was lost packed tin | ,
proclaimed. when they went into committee. Commissioner would be getting by a majority vote of 12—8. (3) KLIM is produced under strict. | c: Tt G G
He did not think that anyone Dr. Cummins replying to points more power in that act, it did E ; est con’ry! > | I ARA EB
of the Opposition would disagree raised, said that the 1947 Act was not give him power as Labour Voting “No” were Mr. Speake1 oor.
with the principle of the Bill be- not considered workable. He Commissioner to appoint a factory Mr. Cox, Mr. Allder, Mr. Millet the Cope
fore them, but the manner in which pointed out that the inspection of inspector, because under the Mr. Mapp, Mr. Bryan, Mr. F. L
it was proposed to be carried out factories was to be done by the Civil Establishment Order, per- Walcott, Dr. Cummins, Mr. Adams
would definitely be placing in Labour Comnilesioner, sons were appointed to the Civil Mr, Lewis, Mr. Garner and Mr TRADING cc LTD
the hands of one man a vast . Service by the Governor and not Brancker. 4 .
amount of power. Second Reading by ahy Mead of Department oul, ; pore-safe
Hon. members were told in the The Bill was eventually given ; Mr. E. is tet ae ” we that eer eta oe ene or. ore M i
scts and Reasons of the Bill its second reading and went into he was glad tha 1e¢ Hon. Senior WwW ig, | Mr. -ece, Mr. L K ;
ae tes Gecmaasy of State had committee. Member for St, Peter was adopt- Haynes, Mr. —. K. Walcott, Mr 4 VICTORIA STREET
advised the Government that the Se! bg deals a ag the ae a ee, ae Se ieee et Mr. a and Mr ail a Pure water, add FIRST IN PREFERENCE }
stories sf 1947 did not ade- title of the Bill was passed. explanatory style ut he thot section 2 was then passed a M, stir and you have |
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1951

CLASSIFIED ADS.)

For Births. Marriage «r Engagement _
Sores] FON SALE
> ie is $3.00 any wor
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each’ Minimum charge week 12 cents and
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2808] 9% cents Sutdays % words — over 24
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Desth | Words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
Notices only after 4 p.m. wort on Sundays;







The oem for sencumemnante of
Births, Marriages, aths, Acknow!l-
edgements, apd 'n Memoviam notices is AUTOMOTIVE
$1 50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays! ____.
for any number af words up to 50, and} CAR—American Austin 7. New tyres
3 cents per word on week-days and/ Phone 98675 19.9. 51—t.f.n.
4 cents per word on Sundays for each SL
additional word. CAR—Fiat





1949, 1,500 Very good
condition, reasonably priced. Phone 4682.

= 33.9.51—3n.

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old, owner driven. Best offer Apply

| WM Astin, c/o Gardiner, Austin &
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our dear father CHRISTOPHER
OSFORD MOSELEY who departed this

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

__BENSONAL ——s CHRISTIAN MISSION | SHIPPING NOTICES







PUBLIC SALES

Ten cemts per agate line on week-days
@nd 12 cemts per agate line un Sundays,
minimum charge $1.5 on week-d ays
and $1.80 on Sundaws,







public are hereby warned ag
Siving credit to My wife, Pe
nee Holder 6s I ¢o not hold myself}
responsible for her or anyone else con- |

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“ any debt or debts in my name | @ From Page 3 Suppose

ss by @ written order signed by me |Mon these meetings,” he said meeting was to take place by
EVAN BARNES | ‘

Tudor Gap, Westbury Road They have made the bye-law notice in the “Official Gazette” and
St. Michaei.45“Ying through the Christian Mic- one put it in the newspapers be-|







the law said that the



REAL ESTATE

By public competition at Waverley





















” OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Gibbs’ Beach, St. Peter. on Thoredas 25.9.51—2n on Herald. cause the newspapers were more |
27th September, at 4.30 p.m {| Contravening Bye-Law widely read than the “Gazette Wiese cis Dei Due
Seord Mowe Siving credit to any Person or Persons$the other side had not succeeded ne would be breaking the lav SS. “SCHOLAR Middl
J, HOWARD. aay aa ee I do netiin bringing to the Court's attention The law in Section 4 said how brough &
Government Auctioneer District E./ tracting any debt or dehte sent coo many bye-law that was in contraven- the meeting was to take place and London 25th At 29th Sept.
ej untess by a written order signed by|tion to the statute. He had succeed- Ow it was to be summoned |S.S. “TRIBESMAN’ London 13th Sept. 28th Sept.
“NISSEN” STEEL. BUILDINGS. These} ™* someon ¥. hows ed in two points only, He could ae S.S. “SCULPTOR” .. .. Newport &
buildings ere covered externally with ‘ Sicunes tan be on good ground when he said Rules Binding : Liverpoo! 26th Sept 6th Oct
with “Celetex" ‘fine - on as ae St. Michael. that the presiding officer had not The law was that the r js 0)/3S. “STATESMAN” London 8th Oct 24th Oct
second hand reconditioned from England | 25. 9. Sl—2n./ go: the right to a casting vote, the bye-laws should be tinting | eee means AT aaa Aen
ll ry aac, ee a epee | ae © true, it was common law gov- upon the Mission and its members. | HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
X 10 ft. high $1.400.0¢ and with new! The public are hereby warned agaiast |Crning the corporation. That would make it mandatory Closes in
on se © et nigh $3,490 00 aan Saree be fae Rie Heit eens ee But that could be taken out and not directory as counsel foi Vessel For Barbados

sponsible for her or anyone ese cont without any danger whatever to the other side was arguing, Bu















5 ee re secant ane supplied to any length required in bays| in any debt or debts in my, name unl the rest of the bye-law. until they were questioned an eo ochor ae aoe se ey moder
io ~=mo! pain invades is reast WASHING MACHINES — The Worldjo! 6 ft One of these buildings has! by a written order signed by me It v accurate law P rove i z ~ . * S.. : ‘ v ) ida October
No pain, no grief, no woe, nor care] Pameus Hoover Electric washing | just been erected at Johnson's Stabies NORMAN TAITT. : was accurate law to say that proved in a court of law to b et act SA es ee se
Can reach our loved one there. machines. Only $135.00. On display at | and Garage opposite the Central Police | Easy Hall Me corporation had power to dis- ultra vires, they had to be taken For further Inf ati bcd
Ever to be remembered by his wife and{ xR. Hunte & Co. Lid. New Show-| Station Prices states above include | St. Joseph juss an officer. The select Body as were or further Information apply to. . .
children 26.9.51—In. | ;com, Lower Broad Street. Dial 5136. | duty and commission. For further details 25. 9. 51-2. | might dismiss one from office but. When the othe te talke
28.9.51-Sn. | apply to: K.R MUNTE & CO. LID | ee eae - ara etl : smiss e from office omer side talked of ; D OSTA ‘0 LTD A
j Lower Broad Street. Phone: 4611 or The public are hereby warned ") rom the corporation. reasonable notice, they were for A Cc & Cc ” yom gents
. , 25.9.51—7n. | giving credit to my wife Alma C It seemed to him that the rule setting the bye-lay
, POULTRY — a fier, nee Nurse) as I cdo not hold been drawn out with care. There was no evidence to show
! ————~- if you are interested in buying or| se!{ responsible for her or anyone |



















scling @ property, chattel house or a spot! Contracting any debt or debts ii y ' yet had two mistakes in them that anybody besides the repre-| (YN e ‘ o .
kings. P. D. Maynard, Porters, St. | of land, you should get in touch with! name unless by a written order signed But there was not the slight- sentatives voted, he Said. Counse ana tan aliona teams s
. James. Dial 2319 22.9.51—4n. | D'Arcy A. Sveott, Real Estate Agent and by + | St suggestion that the Secretary for the other side had pone a:} ,

Information has been received Auctioneer of Magazine Lane. Prompt WEN (CALLENINOR & | yale Mil thin tog hy life of the “ah os ks ; ink ae
from the Acting Secretary General MISCELLANEOUS attention és given to any business placed Fairy Valley ad ever e who") life of the far as saying that no one had su
that the closing date for the re-' in my hands regardiess of size. Lf you Christ Church Christian Mission, cast a vote. right to be there unless he was Salis Sails Sails Arrives Sails

; me ““ANTIGUES — O 2 ln | axe buying I have am extensive list from | 26-9 512m.) It was not that the meeting ever delegate. Yet the Board of Man- Montreal Matifax osten Barbados Barbados
ceipt of applications for scholar-,; ANTIQUES — Of every description which you can make your selection, in-| « pemneniaiaaiie thepialsinianiiiaeiala 4 eae ; | CAN. CHAI GER 10 Sept. 13 Sept “= 2 Sept. 22 Sept
ships to the Metropolitan Voca-|Gless, China, old Jewels, fine Silver cluding One Acre of Land at Cave Hill took place in February nor that :gement had to give an account| (SNy SAY Y 19 Sept. 22Sept 28 Sept, 3 Get 4 On,
tional School, Puerto Rico, will be| Watercolours. Early books, Maps. Auto- | hear Girls” School, and several spots at there was need to go on at such cf their stewardship. How coulc | CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Sept L Oct _ 10 Oct 11 Oct
MONDAY, October 8th, 1951. celotaing Renal ooee, Ansiaue Shop | Maxwell and Belmont Road. For any- ° ~ ‘ length with the arguments the they give an account if there were | /AD¥Y NELSON \ 10 Oct. 13 Oct 15 Cet 24 Get 95 Oct

A knowledge of Spanish is no er ea af eS In Mil Satate ene T'Azes eoree | gour es ore p | counsel for the other side had rot delegates in cuch a case. Ce bees cea ae aa
longer a prerequisite for applicants] FIRE WOOD AND SPANISH ASH Aithiniiinagaa ts sembatiidiaestimten eatin, t put vu» After Mr. Adams finished bigs! NORTHBOUND
for Scholarships. oy raphe House, St. Joseph. Phone Arrives Arrives Arrives

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CHATTEL HOUSES — Each with 2! “To say that it is immeteriel reply. The Hon. The Vice Chen. | Arsives
- 25.9.51—2n. [Bedrooms; can remain on the spots what the law says so lone p< llor said he would reserve hi«| ; : i Barbados
Y ” Prices attractive. Apply C. M Green- | e law says so {c as arc e wou reserve ADY RODNEY



Besten Halifax Montreal

18 Oct 27 Oct 28 Oct 1 Novr
you do something reasonable is ucdgment and would inform the!

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with Shop attached Built with pine! Je dg no longer necessary to suffer from = = — SSS aE |B rmuda, St. John, Halifax, Charlotte Town, Quebec and Montreal
material in good condition. Tweedside logs ef and manhood, weak memory







idge, Roebuck Street Dial 2457 | } : : ; betel :
FOR RENT 23.9.51—4n to hold a contempt for the law,” “olicitors in the case when he The M.V. “CANADIAN CRUISER" is expected to arrive here
fn nurs | he said ould give it jabout the 24th September, accepting cargo for St. Lucia, Dominica,
ONE BOARD AND SHINGLE HOUSE : ard. el

vigour
le ou Slee HOUSES Road. At present occupied Joseph St. and body, nervousness, impure blood, sick-

7 : Mill, Marold Proverbs &C)” ‘iid. yale, depression, and poor sleep, becaus: | Visit Our Grocery GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.
you suffer sharp, stabbing pains, |” crimTon moo) eae .

if joints are swollen t
* t. Furnished House, Upper Bay St.

blood is poisoned through fault kid- oe Pp “y *

ney action. Other symptoms a Kid- | OPbosite Yacht end Aquatic Clubs. All
























y quick, easy way to end these troubles. |
it shows your CLIFTON TERRACE—To an approvet | ————$—$—$— $$ ack





ery is in pleasant, easy-to- | And Choose Your Item <
Two-storied wall Dwellinghouse called tak or: baolutely harmless, Am , .
WESTON". ithe residence of the late me ane nee ie

































does away with gland operations and fs . : é : SSS ==
ney Disorders are Burning, Itching modern conveniences. Appiy on premises. | Mrs. Norman Bascom), situate in bringing new youth and vigour to thou- Nespray, Lactogen, Ovaltine Marven & Crawford Soda ROYAL NETHERLANDS {'h

Passages, “Getting up Night.” Back- 3.8.51—ti.n. | STRATHCLYDE, St Michael The «ands. It works directly on the glands and Riscyits, Jams, Marmalades, Jellies. Morton's Chow Chow. {

hes, Lumbago, Leg Pains, Nervous- | ———————————$—————___ | House stands on 16,770 square feet of nerves, and puts new, rich blood and en- | Krat ie rac os Til oi a STEAMSHIP co, i)
Dizzi Headaches, Colds, FLAT—One (1) Furnished Fiat at Blue | land, and comprises Closed gallery, ergy im your veins. In 24 hours you can eee Kraft Fish Paste aye nnaise ‘lac I ressing, ' pie” Pea-nut . % 1)
uffy Anki Cire under Eyes, | Waters Terrace, containing Three Bed- | drawing and dining rooms, kitchen &c 8nd feel yourself et rs Re A a Futter, Lushus Jelly, Red, White & Green Cock-tail Onion. BADE O FROM EUROPE a i}

lack of Energy, Appetite, etc. Ordi- J-rooms and all modern conveniences. | downstairs, and 4 bedrooms, and bath Souenrel ve ee eee power “einz Browning Gravies, Chef Sauce, Tomato Vegetable, | LS. MELICON—27th September 1951 1), Cie Gle Transatlantique

nary medici an't help much—you | Ning 3244. Mrs. F. B. Armstrong room, upstairs, Garage and servant's YY a this ow ing, new giand and vigour j 4 nang 3s hie Bina ate s e | SS. COTTICAsth October 1951 » Gle., jantiq

must kill rms ruining health. 25.9.51—t.{.n, | rooms in yard. Electricity, gas,’ and pegtorer, called Wietabs, fe guaranteed. 1¢|)}) ‘SParagus & Mushroom Soups. Polar, Floral & Banquet Icing SAUANG TO PLYMOUTH AND 3

Gystex ends these troubles by re- LK | GOVErNMENt Water installed has been proved by thousands in America F AMSTERDAM . |

Soy dicnies aenanne S att See THE CAMP—On the Sea, St. Lawrence. parioetion any day, except Sunday, and is now distributed y cpecalans here Sugar ,™ Lae a eapaites } Sailings to England &

you right or money back. Act Now! | "ly furnished 14.1.61.—¢.t.n. | Alider, Dial 3g, | MAYnArd BARGES Bape soust annie yeu feel full of |} Please ask for all other Grocery Items not listed above. | 1.8, MELMCON—I1th October 195! France .

TD SC tae ete IIE Diteeitinninerce ems oe ET rae cect ii ie ot up for sale | vigour end energy and from 10 to 80 years T} | SAILING TO TRINIDAD COLOMBIE” 14th Oct:
Tee CURE: | HARCLIFFE—Richmond Gap Modern | by public eempetition at cat cibce Fame younger, or you merely return the npty e PARAMARIBO AND BO ber, 1951 via Martinique
ante 6 | Bungalow containing drawing and din- | Street, Bridgetown. on Friday 28th Sep- cial, See eek bottle of 48 VI-Tab: || | “LS. BONAIRE—2éth September 1951 | and Guadelopue

ee ex Protects |1D8 room, three Bedrooms, Pantry,] tember instant at 2 o'clock p.m @ costs little, and th: ‘ +8. COTTICA—ZInd October 1951 | ,

For Kidneys, Rheumatiom, Bladder you, Kitchen, W.C. and Bath and usual YEARWOOD & BOYCE, Wi guarantee" protet: JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS LTD. } SAILING
conveniences. Available Oct. Ist., 1951. Solicitors. | you. } Y ve et ej
' t ly Huteh- 9 51—10n , Rasteres VS. MESTIA—27th September 1051 ber 1951 via St. Lucia, Mar-
i‘ noe Stee APY, fo ee - =| Hankeed and Vitaly aes'\\| is. BOBKOOP doh wepiessbn tas: ieidin) Sronaonee ane
2 P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD \
Antigua
| Agents. | ‘ 1
Eczema lich WANTED ee . | OO
a enna ‘ . on
: ‘ The MV *DABRWOOD’ " SOUTHBOUNLY
CAR—Friday 28th at 2 p.m. at Apple | x sasean Cargo and fg icone a
waithe’s Garage, Lake's Folly 1 Vaux- X St. Lucia, Grenada, and Aruba, 5.5. “COLOMBIE” 8rd Oc-
n HELP hall 14 Sedan Car. Recently overhauled _ 5 5 % Passengers only for St. Vincent } eae OF ‘all ro Tit
Y ki 60 milli r and in good working condition.—-Good & Sailing Thursday 27th int tober 1951 Calling at Trini-
our skin has nearly 50 million tiny tyres. Terms cash. R. Archer Mc- § The MV “MONEKA res dad, La Guaira, Curacao
seams and pores where germs hide Kenzie 26.9.51—3n we ee oe arcs % L Cor 2 will a« atte wena and Jemanive
and cause terrible Itching, Cracking, VACANCY exists in reputable firm in R cep argo and assengers for agena and a,
Eczema, Pegiing, ing, Acne, | Trinidad for Budget Officer having the | % Bominieca, Antigua Moutserrat
Be. Pyneworm, Pecans, Deakheade, epllowas quaiimestions:—tigher Cer- UNDER THE SILVER PAINTS It Nevis and st Kitts, Sailing Fri. Accepting Passengers, Car-
j 7 tifleate or equivalent educational stan- ro and Mail
ee ORS meeeetie ticks the be dard. Intermediate grade certificate in HAMMER (§ The M/V “CARIBBRE" will ac go and th
kill th A Th dl , Book-Keeping or Accountancy. At least . 99 @® cept Cargo and Passengers for ie
e germ cause, ie new discov- 5 . x 1 On Thursday 27th, by order of Mr. V s Dominica Antia Monteerrat
ery, Nixoderm, kills the germs in 7 years’ commercial Book-Keeping and 3 ; - ae é ig : x D ntiua, onteerra \
7 A. Southwell we will sell his Furniture ® Nevis 1 St. K ne \

minutes and is guaranteed to give you | Accountancy experience. Experience in A. Southwell we will sell n ? and § itts. Sailing Fri- ! 0 & 0., Lt

a soft, clear, attractive, smooth skin | preparation of Financial Reports, Profit | ®t “Na » : Y day Sth October, 1951 oe Ey Ve, .

in one week, or money, back onreturn | & Loss statements, Balance Sheets, | which includes , pws SCHOONER OWNERS’

of empty package, Get guaranteed | Budget preparation and Statistical work. Very Good Dining Table, yevEn’ Chait x ASSOCIATION (INC) AGENTS

Waggon China Cabinet, Ornament 4
Nixoderm from your chemist todayand | Age 25 to 30 years. Apply stating ene = ‘ Consignee, Tele. No, 4047 ’ . 381¢ {
“ ” ; Tables, Mird Hatstand, Mird Sideboard, ib Phone 3814
remove the | salary required to “ZZZ" c/o Advocate, fr ‘ i

Nixoderm Sal anine 229 Sie an’ | Tip-Top Round Table, Bookcase (Glass ‘
of skin : . Doors) with Desk and Drawers old .

For Skin Troubles trouvie, + VACANCY exists in reputable firm in} *t¥le) — all in Mahogany, Glass and

: China Tea and Coffee Saucers Rugs,
Trinidad for a competent Lady Secre- | ’ |

ith Mab F Py
to Executive, © fully ein M.T. Table w ahog rame



Fiat Top Desk, Book-shelves,



p Qualified with first-class experience and Book, Double Bedsteads with Simmons | Send . @o A 77 oe Ke °
ble of taking a at 120 : * " ‘ your PECTS 1OM . oa
\. ADVERTISE a a a and Venn an, aah Besa ‘ |
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IN THE c/o Advocate. 22.9.51—4n. Pi Treadea Scremam, Child's. Bedstead, | FLAT EVERITE SHEETS



7 WASHERS, TRONERS and HOFFMAN Stove, Larders M.T, Washstands, Cham-
ADVOCATE PRESSERS. Only those with experience | per Ware, one Double Dunlopillo Bed

and other items.

need apply. Barbados Dye Works, Chapel
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vboneene: ween g wtbnees seubien BRANKER, TROTMAN & ©O, i White Park Road, | |
aT sRiawrON BEACH: = § Auctioneers pias {X | Ess = : = SS
A Compact 3-Bedroom Bunga- x Sharean tea cnente aes _— a WW at SSS SS a
Teka waitioe: pet pedi sant x HOUSE—For extended period furnished | | . ' 1c .
Scena seuwors, | hiantve, aero pedern sare) DURELIC. NOTICES | MRM INR LUXOR CLEAR GLOSS VARNISH
a6, Breed Bt. a ae enone ee See Ten cents per agaze tine on week-days Th i x y 7" 7 r) ; ny x
‘ 4,4, 60% ‘ . ORT , Tw AN PINTS
SOOO COCCOO COC OOERCEEE:, oa ere oe eee ins On Semen] Clee? Me: |} J HE Vv 4 gad AN y SUPREME IN QUALITY AND FINISH
: . toa} 9| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | tna"p's0 on Sundays. SLSCO Paint fox evety A i % — Aiso's ;
Ladies Be Fashion Wise! =| Sieg: ga hal Blas | purpose.’ > % GALY. OIL CANS — i, 2 & 5 Gins, Sizes
e application o arjorie . is ‘
Gowns for every occasion de- holder of Liquor License No, 925 of { ss N . > ‘es p ’
simed and" snde’ to arcer” Up $e sna tor helton Bice Mr vars SISSONS BROTHERS < Whe Story of the Holy City ee a ues
ce ange pen ne Snare deer] | NOTICE JIN aden | se 1 ABRBERT Ltd. “is
, oad leading from the foot o
Se eam Tet SOMRIM MEAECE | EOCLOREEL 10, Use said” Liduors » 20¢_ rod | leadln Spring Field to the} SISCO PAINTS — Stocked by 7.1% by % ° 4 r
8cu8. wall building at corner of James St. | Corner of Bissex Hill Plantation is closed | Merbert Ltd., Plantations Ltd Carter eS ¥ v 11 ROEBUCK STREET
: : Busby Alley, Cit to vehicular traffic until further notice. | & Co., Barbodos Co-Operative Cotton | & AN N Cc & . = ' 10 @& 4 ‘ AT,
Maiee int 2th dae of September By order, Factory, N. B. Howell, G. W. Hutehin- | & sB.9 AR AMTAN x
AQUA PURA! 1951 ’ > , Commissioners of Highways ton a Co. Ltd ete. s ag Gentes! * wil Fs i i
To:—G. B. GRIFFITH E: “ St Joseph Foundry td, a if ie e ° +} = opening of the year 950, *
Q stn . "AE Police Magistrate, Dist “A” 22.9.51—3n.| and the B'dos Hardware Co., Ltd is the tweLity-flith recorded Moly x
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tain a fresh and constant supply N.B.—This application will be con-| @ % NS Catnolic Church, focussed the at- ’
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. at Police Court, District “A" on Thurs-] ¥, + 1% thé al tensity upor y
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in aid of St, Pe : or Tmoney, back on return of empty x y 1% small Vatican State and his larger % 1 per yard.
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Vudaneads rounce : ; ;
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B | ’ ) 3 First of the series of the B.CL.)% ~
City vs Coun games will begin! @ r , x
al yados st Bank Hall on Sunday next sna] A GOOD HABIT S
contir on the following da * »
@ From Page 1 eer Se ee eee ee O (Bank Holiday % =
having an over with the old bal) more ‘ areful and on the hunt for Sel Mond * %
a new ball was brought records 2 Selectors met On Monday and!’ nS
no Lo — } . . The game reached a most inter- two fully representative sides have * BY HAVING ~
; aa they ‘ te took it first, sending esting point from the point of view been chosen for this game. Sev- x os
SON 00K Tost, Wieht. Of Statistics witam the score stood eral of these players have played| % xy
‘ iti set aa . das ioaae Soli at 343 with Gibbs 190 and Wig for the B.C.L. against the Island * THE BEST IN CLOTHES >
radshi servec acers 141. XI and there are others who show | % x
it from the other end but the All three were headed for a definite yromise Four X .
: d é i > > mis ur of thei &
batsmen w ere unperturbec Only prominent landmark. Gibbs drove players a uae the eyes of TAILORED TO YOUR %
once Bradshaw crashed through ast Farmer at deep midon for 4 “| ai on alk miata 7 " * *
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Gibbs’ defence striking him on the (naking his individual total 194 and ; ae, ; 1 anaes E me Con x MENTS y
pads when playing back, but the score 347 have been included. % PERSONAL REQUIRE °
Umpire Rollex nodded no Four byes sent up 350 on the tins T dd interest rm *
an . . o ¢ ores t > series
Wight had now entered the in 388 minutes Gibbs covered a .. ae “ ‘ e = ae ns ss
ninetie nodel of patience. Un- Jimself with glory by completing ne Jan MW .5". NAS OFerea) & 7 4
sete lies a m = J itie es took his individual double century with prizes to the batsman in the City] \ / VY 7 i I ¥
aitied with 4 aterday he 100) i ividual doul at wit! i
- aaa Siete jaan to dd tin a cut through slip off the last ball Division making the highest score] & af i 4 A >
Ss e : ko 4 . . th . . ti ut one before the tea interval in the series and to the bowler R >
_ ean ' ” o * t] ne ne; Gibbs had been batting for 408 taking the most wickets. S t
F or mee wa Geep ine ninutes now hitting eighteep four The 1 v %
leg boundary off a full toss from pea score was: B.G. 367 for 0 ae Varnes are; x f x
Branker rf le Wight % I Gibbs not out 203, Wight not out City XI E. Reece (Capt.), L./¥ 4 »
oe Barker, S. White, W. Clarke.| & x
When play started again Wight Senger ) K. Goddard (Tele-| % 3%
took two n utes to score two mot phone) D Barrow (Colts) G.iX >
runs to complete 150. He had now Sobers (Notre Dame), G Kirton| ys BY HAVING x
been at the, wicket for 510 min- ie J wean? ee Chandler| =
(Colts) } ope, C. Gaskin (Lib-| & x
ites ying careful yalient an :
ae ius call her - tet rae ‘ erty) S. Lashley (Dover). $ YOUR CLOTHES TAILORED x
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Gibos Out A FINE ACTION PICTURE of the most discusse. fight of the century—the return fight between Ran Country XI. O. Graham, Capt.| % S
When the first wicket yartner- dolph Turpin, British welter-weight champion of the world, and Sugar Ray Robinson of America, from (N.P) I Bourne (Belleplaine) | & BY g
ship seemed likely to wipe off whom Turpin took the title a short time ago. “Ihe fight ended sensationally in the tenth round, when A. Blackman (Romans) C. De-|% S
Barbado: core, B.G. lost the fir Robinson (left) went fighting mad, and with Turpin helpless on the ropes and taking a severe beating, peiza ‘St. John Baptist) G. Sobers} % >
Wicket the referee intervened and awarded Robinson the verdict on a technical knock-out. Here Robinson (Kent) V. Graham, V. Belle | md S
With the score 390. Green takes a whack from Turpin.-EXPRESS. | (George Park) V. Todd, L. Wal- ¢ C B. RICE & Co. >
idge had Gibbs out toa eautiful Q * | cott (Dominion ) O. Estwick } :
ge hi zibl i i itift , , | (Danes) W. Codogan (Barrows) |
inticipated catch by Skipper Tay- v 7 “Ne . | > " > ; .
for fielding at silly mid-off. Gibbs’ kee Of £6000 Lost I ighter | See The—- = E. Bradshaw (Lancashire). is OF z
long record-breaking innings had } y, 1an'g Play begins ; ‘ ay! a >
: 3 a) gins at 12.30 each day’ $ *
fie Sesto of S18 tectudeg 19 fours, CaN Offer For Has Ti ADVOCATE ana ‘piayers are warned that if|% BOLTON LANE 3
che wie as tl D: t -e1| they are not punctual they will| % °
iy 2 on eae sa t > ( ’ . as l e a e€ for Best BOOKS 10t we considered for the other| % sae a ae aT x
ennie 1omas who partnered R l | games in the series. 35655 $999 OOOO OOOO OOPOOLLOUE
the patient Wight was off the r} ug DY 2TLUS British and European champ- ————— SES | | ee ee eee 4
at once with an on-drive off Greet af n Peter Keenan has a_ world |?) widieaie ” :
idge for four. Later in the next J @-% ’ yantam-weight title date with Vic ! {} DAN E |
3 ove r, a misfield by Bradshaw at HE WAS DROPPED loweel (holder) at Johannesburg | (Under the patronage of the
oe igh: cow Siw eget panel dee By HILTON CLEAVER ae ee ree ve en
gl ‘ - know it Jducation) oTRADEMARI
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GLENDON GIBBS Taylor failed to hold a sharp Hope that any home country y Given by | ReceTRAde K
Singling off the next ball } hance from Thomas fielding closet vill lefeat the South African Keenan is on a motorin holiday The Staff of St. Lawrence \
reached 99 in at silly mid-off for Greenidge ugby ide opening here o; in Ireland with hi wife ad Boys’ School
Wight’s Century Thomas pushed the score along October 10, depend on ability to daughter, and even his mother’i In aid of Games’ Funds
Facing Bradshaw the next over, 8 4 terrific pace while Wight Play open football against a team unaware of his addre at the
Wight pushed him to mid-off for was completely tied down by reputed not to understand il. (,, friend re aan i? DRILL HALL, Garrison Mane in ENGLAND
single completing his individual Holder and Greenidge who bowled 5! verity and superb stamina D li ~ it riends say he making |{ Friday, September 28th,
century in 276 minute He had Unchanged for 40 over Holder of these Springboks will be best © a EAT tere, t { 1951
hit seven fours ending down 25 consecutively met by individual geniu Gann sa : es " mow ve Music by C. B. Browne's !
‘ : nidg é » greates camp of s sda 1an uls moth- “he 4 |
A vicious hook to the deep fim ind Greenidge 1: co ; ty va i - ie r sa bes er I am not doingg any mor . Orchestra The name that
leg by Gibbs off a short one froi Persereent: serene ques’? Ww is} some ox ia lo we ghting this year.” Admission 2/6 by Invitation |
aranker se 980 in < “2 t “2 young elshman Lewis Jones, “&*'6 i , only. ¥ ‘ : a
Svenke sent up, 250 in 276 m bs whoin tir Adsevatlahs thoustt ti Now. avowed Soaentteiibbios ) mearis ihe’ bé@si
x cee best in the world eres eee 7 _ ae = I ,
The luncheon interval aw « Vet Va % ect voge trainer Alec Adams, and Keenan’s
B.G.’s opening pair still thei + } Ni ene iar . ar oy js Parents are all asking: ° Will he YOOSSS9O SFG FS GSSSODSSGOO " hats for aati
with a score of 255/0, Gibhs not * view |} aff th i baal) aaa hange his mind? - x
» h é viev Mes the istralians and . 3
“ je = an rat ee Ser i also baffles me Gilmour who is going ahead| % FOR 7 WA T 4 We have a new
ayior handed over 1e Wicke tr ) 0 z sly *
keeping job to Hunte on resump- Out he sit with plans for the fight, admit i% l t . t d
tion and pened the attack with sspliaih Bat. there ek Serre) ee | ° int assor e
5 ae ee a vee iimself an ceen: and}
Atkinson from the Northern End The Welsh seem to have an ee eo - a $ a a ike ‘ h d
now whiie Holder was given his unenviable habit of picking on rn it i OP to mer ton s shades.
first spell of the day from the stapegoat ; tia ae anaes ie next move. $
Southern -End with the score at La on hen their whole 1 Har McGrattan ore- | %
“ a ‘ Sai IcGrattan secTe- | y *
ae be wi) i ' lear jointl failed against Scot- ary of the Scottish section of the x z e
xibbs ose pre-lunch score nd, the Wels electors pointed poxing Board Keenan has not § e eeve
= Sa ee ee in cal- theit terial and condemning approached us officially on this % ¥%
ecting s ifty m- fing : wis .
lated 180 eit sm: ene dt oe eats at Lewis Jone Down matter, and the relationship be- ‘ ¥
for two. Thi es a tad 36 rm in. ee he thumbs and out went tween him and Mr. Gilmour is 9% %! =
\ 1 yok h 36 min- ha AD a! iy ye a
4 » had + 19 fo he same as before so far as Wwe K >| $7 3B
Tavlo as Aft Holder ins the The argument was his defence aye eniine ned. Mr. Gilmour is & apply x â„¢ as dD
tt at ; E . hia ailec “ > eS e f } -_ >
Southern End after the latter had fly ue a eas = eat ence of still his manager % x
sent down three ovwrs for seven fst. PRE xe A a $ x
runs replacing him with Green- ate ; aan og eae ee ie %
idge. But the sk y changer . nAC a Jones is a uie ’ | a
See py me: qippes only changed r eae : unostentatious and almost inarti- YESTERDAY Ss %
brought him on at the nextend in ~~” nas Sak product os ie Aig bi a WEATHER REPORT 8 \ y) ‘
lace of Atkinso 7 * Tour wen In personality on he eid > \ IGT * IDPRE
place of nson, is LESLIE WIGH' pare Hor taa aie ae FROM CODRINGTON $ THE WONDERFUL ; eo «= ‘ {
There was a short stoppage in Rainfall: .48 in. x ‘ 9
the game when Branker in trying | The 450 came in 496 minutes and Brice a Total Rainfall for Month to % REMEDY |
2 are ae ge Says, bia on J homas scoring with forceful ate EOS date: 8.33 ins. ss FOR PAIN $0, : Als 12 & 13 Broad Street.
otk neat ane ‘te the 1 eee strokes all around the wicket Ignored by Wales, he helped! Highest Temperature: 84.5°F x FABIN 6 es fee 8
‘ f nly a naa eae 1e game completed his individual half the Royal Navy to win the Lowest Temperature: 73.5°F % On Sale at |
- Ponce ae = ae ey Gibbs ag in 55 minutes, hitting Bne Services championship against} Wind Velocity: 7 miles pe x 3 | Se %
au oe Se ee : ~° fours. heavy odds ind his Rugby| hour D Lar % ——
made the s¢ore 293 lowering the a ‘ ‘ an ’ VUgDY | : - ) ’ "O 4 | =
first wicket record of 292 set by grey ended with B.G’s score at League, price—the — scouts had] Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.952 7 KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES %| _——
Challenor and Tarilton. A leg bye 1429/1, Wight bang 174 not out and been out in his Service days .--| (3 p.m.) 29.850 % % PERO ee
“h i : f g i ee , ae . : < < PO, er oo,
oft . gown fin leg for a sing le Paoties 51 not out. poi . wy 6000, which i uy Scoccocoseeseseooneosond ye Poret POE LE OPO LE POLAR LOAD LPP PLLA LLLP LALLY PROT? *%
me poe ged rhe Barbados ts s Be eae : i ‘. .
minutes amidst vociferous cheers. ‘Taylor b Honran ae 19 If for one reason o1 ANOMNCL, | LOSESSISGR COPIES SPSS FP PP DIDS POPIOD SPI FPP PPOPPIION, 1% x
Marshall now relieved Green- Hunte ¢ Camacho b Gaskin 1 the Springboks never meet him % % 1% ~
idge at the Southern End, the lat- Proverbs ¢ & b Patoir I say it will be a tragedy of na $ ri Yay ig” y, i , @13 s
er having compieted a spell of 5 verona eae ohn, 2 per a row-minded mismanagement, % BE WISE = EC ONE ais 4 4 % e e >
overs for 20 runs rodent prog se ify kaon GE 4 Here is a n who by attack % % X .
Barbados’ fielding now suddenly Atkinson c w.k. b Wight could beat the Springboks on his|®% USE x % XS
became untidy and = misfielding Greenidge lbw. b Chase ° own; wh worry ibout x 1s ~
twice gave away valuable runs and Branker_ not out 2 defence? g Ris s
ets ana “4 the slowly Holder Stpd. b Gaskir 4 erence g an e ~
overshies addec to 1€ SIOWLY peedshaw I.b.w. b Gaski: 12 x XY Py ss
gathering chaos Extras tb, 1, lb. 1 2 \% % < x
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sae bp 7 fia Total 97 rr + > AT ~ s Y
But Skipper Taylor effected a WHAT’S ON TODAY ||% ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT $| x >
brilliant piece of fielding at silly B.G. Ist Innings * y % >
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Doctor Wants Statues ee we : by the Barbados Camera $ ne Gallon will cov 0 sq. ft BS %
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WCDNF.SDAV. SEPTEMBER U. BARBADOS ADVOfATI CLASSIFIED ADS. r^L! Al ^ v\r.i si \-f\ TBLVH3M IMf BaSfhS, Uiniw r Oaajsaajaaaiil "j" u %  c*a* cS ih aaaaaj. .. DM lac MI sai in a* we U t N and rt luMin %  %  %  "asa Skara. •• Tl rr*li ai H trail 5 %  "day* M lavrd* — out : iwt-d. S rnu a wv'd *M-4 tW| *••*" 0* ia a daa H AITOMOTIVK IN MFMORIAM a*.r drar fatli'r Pah Ml .-):; ... Co Ltd beta.*) ELECTRICAL W*-"Ui::>(. MACHINES Tfc* aVoi SS5s* o.,iy n op SJ*B WVIRNMIM NOTICE POULTRY Informallon has beer, from the Acting Secretary General thai tin* closing date for the receipt of applications for schol__ -hips to the Metropolitan Vocational School, Puerto Rico, will be MONDAY. October 8'.h. il. A knowledge of Spanish u longer a prerequisite fur .ipplica lor Scholarships. raaapM) IKS ilu food qualitv MSKiard. Porlrn Dial I3i* n t MMISCELLANEOUS /NTlgi-ES Uleaa. China. Waa*vsaaaapi i. j • i M. sttsk 1 1 t\nv silver U.IM A, I... Snop i u.nr-d v %  arse H* i .Vaadave. REAL ESTATE B* publ., aftstsi • %  • al 4 SB [ i il ;i Mow* and h p ; Oovvraanrai Aun HOW AhO niu ii arm. m-niHNGs Thr.. -r*d 'ii.rmii) vrtn -•—' %  '•>' %  CWM fiber board, and atr aeeord Hand irrondltioaiad Iram Enf lard with J- •*.! dr>livrr< .,i < nr— a> <•*<•. i Oor X II 14 1' %  it n kit* siM* at d wHh rarw aluminium teed I1JW <• AaoOiao .... •art %  M n im *, %  •, 0.4*1 ac ...u with nrw real •> age a the* .an 1.. I'l IISO> \l %  %  %  %  • %  %  at** at gts*. w MM i> %  1 ilii, utdri i(i %  T.US I IBM* 0aC> Wrattrul, IM at t si* ..1 1.. .... J Kai rrrrtrd at Johnaaa/t SHal.la•aii in. cimni rw le*S atated abovr mcUttr MlaSHan IV. furthr, atetaii* 1 LTD I H I Mil M a a si-in I Thr public air >>r ro> warneV Id in. Fr>M ... FVraono ro—a—,, M my nMW aa I do 1 '" %  pmiBlwIr Par an>,r en rmetmt wmy dM r drbt. m mi : I>I*M b, wtinm ardrt k(N Jotsrti N Kowr Jlayrj.j II SBSSSfJ %  %  in or ati>oitr r ar rnlri *t droli m ordr. >tda by m. IN TAITT. r t 11-, Jo-,.l, t SI II )U U*a| 1 .-a naiidi nt'tiile— ,4 %  iludlni Ont Arir o( Land a .*M Olfla' S>hoN. and arn MwrH an.I Brlmonl Hoad %  .1*1* >irt>i --.| Bdjaaaa| I 1.1 .. I IV N %  *!> 'I I Vigour Restored, Glands Made Young In 24 Hours CHKISTIW MISSION CHANCERY SI IT ENDS „ .• frwm r ** p ; l Ilv IK* t-1 lti-l t: 1 %  wT u ^** l 1 l MM to lake place by hav* made it.e tvc-law „otu-e in the OtTWial GMette*' "mi., IMWn Miont put it ln t hMSSIISI '' %  • Ui MUM Ihr nr-wHtapcrv w -er mo ,,. I MtnVMshs] R>e-l4i* widsly i-parj lh -n ihe Mr Adams said thai CMMSt) foi that i-oold noi 1* put at the other aide had no) I % %  tku 1 % %  %  ... -neetiiiic was •. ::iest-tiite He >:jid Micceedhwr .' %  rwo points onl] if <>n Kood %  round when he said Ktilrs Rinding : -t the presiding officer h,: nM The law was that th ( 1 I the right to a casting vote, lbs bye-laws should be binding F 1 true. It wai common law govupon ihe Mission and its n 1 c* iing the corporation That would m-kc it mandatno nit that could be taken oul ingar whateve? 10 nj Bi c,: ;' *"< ** UM] VMM uu—:iiSKHl an. It w accurate law to say U rl of |a W b lion had pown to dis'ilu-* rim %  I %  rs>lau>. %  odj besidffa %  %  1 %  far as Hying Ui 1 I M genkaol I f theli stewardship lit.* couli SHIPPING NOTICES HARRISON LINE |>I rWAU) FROM Till IMTlIi KIN'.DOM %  CHOI U "TRIBM)MA.N M.I*I.PTXR STA: i Ixmdon Vewport & Liverpool London %  29lh & pt. HI s, • 1 6fh Oct 24th Oct BrOMsTWABt) KIR TMi: I Mllll KI\r.lH>M in I ewef F F PLAN SCHl I %  "' to hltll tll.lt %  %  %  %  Hut there Mag nl Ihr sUtM> '" ttai: er.n..,i Hi. 1 ii..Be, rsisf] nsd] gVer In thr who'ilife al 'hr < 'trlitlMN Mholan. raat vote It tvgdj not ih thr nn-rl'ii. r *o InnhlntT rea-Aiiahlr I I...W a • NOI 0 .1.?=CAH CONS' I MV NgLI '""• %  <•• 4ttirr %  arbadai RatPadri MaXan n ui n rm> n-llrf brcauar ihay rfo nul kill ihr .rm cauar The nrw dlar.iv•ty, NlModrrm. kill. |ha germs In 7 inlnnlra and la guaranlrrd to give yn a a..rt. l-ar. attracllv*. amooth akli in crnr w-ck. or mnne) bnck on roturi. l-urhaca. Hat (uaranlrrd %  ?<• in %  f .iin.i I..!., i .1 Nlao< Nixoderm r.r tklm Trakl i ADVERTISE l\ THE ADVOCATE Writr mrloal r 0 Ad. X-lr ig fiMsaMaa %  13 jfxxt Si-4n WAtlKUmX iROKtotS and 1 I'HCRHEIW Onl) Ihoar *>lh tn-rd .pplv Itarbad". Dvr Wor I %  • Si >FrVAN %  1 1 • 31 ir MISCELLANEOUS :.„ %  ... Hasan Strj-lialliing CKCIL : hraad %  AV.W//.V.V• ANttU TO KENT HOtm r„r rddidrd p'Hud Cumnhrd huuar Thrrr brdroc> 1 flHaii Oatmi nsOM MID and MS Sl-4n FOR SALE I v 1 %  11 S I I > •BP aq !• O aJ UdiesRe Fashion Wise! t !" !" NOT,CK A Thr application ol M. rjorlr Paul* "" '* taaff OcCMion drA fcoldn of Ijquoi U* Ha B l •i|nrd and jnadr to urdrt Up • ""1. C'alrd to Ath'Uton Brurr In triprct ol a board and •h'nslr hop With ihrdroof altarhrd al WrltBr. Ch Cb nor, lo 1* o,d liquor bMloan Hour of a l-orry wall b.ildlnr al roanar of lamn R. id II ..i.-. AJIa-. City. Uatrd inla >Mh day Si liav'.a^pri It ORIfTlTII Eaqr %  Jicr MadMrat*. Ih.l A MAPjonii: I'.IMU Apphranl TJi*. appllcatlor, will br ron.1 > IjcanaHui (burl to I* hrld • Court. DMtrart 'A on ThuriI 4lh dav ol Ototx-r 1M1 -I rk, a ir G B GRimm ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved First Day %  -*-. ( ..nw -.-.-.. -r Aaibma and Ii "n'Mn. salsoa your ayr-'tn. aap your aaargy. ruin vnur baanh anl •• %  kin fair kaart. In I Bllnntaa alr:.NDA(X> tha prtacrlptloa a/ a famous dertorelrca%  iaa Uroiaah lh* N"o-I quickly rurbina; tha at-a-aa Tha Tary Prat day lha %  iraraiing aau. aa U dlaaolved. <\ > flvlna traaa aan breatblna; and r^tlul aleap. Xa dopaa. o i-nl.-a. no %  Jr. o. .i Juat takd plr.a.h:. laai-laao MBrWArO laMrla al m*al and Ha aailraly fraa rrom Aailima •\ Mronrhliia In BUI to Ro l|m*. '-". ihnurh yon may hava •• J fr.r--d fa* yrara MKNIIACO U ao aurr^aali:! that 11 la iu.rulti.1 | rlo ><>u fro*, aaay braathlna la 14 hoaro aad la ip*':y ator your .%  % %  idaya or raonay bavrh rai r^furn nt rmptr p "' Oat MKSnACO trom your tha —11' Tha M iiiio aretarts yaa. SEA VIEW f.l'FST L. S. WILSON SPRY SI HASTINGS BARBAXXIS L'ndcr new management Daily and lorurterrn rates quoted on request Parmanent guests welcome. Dinner and Cocktail partlei arranged. J H BUCKLAND, • it p" aayatr Hat oa car-iir Si so u q iad USD oa Sumlava irk-doat iW \IIA> I Canned Whole Tomatoei Retail I Canned Tomato Juice I Canned Pineapple Juice l*HTM\ Mil.I I HUM 11: Mil \<; <;Rocr.n> .' %  :•. %  .•.:•.'.•.::•. .JOHN 1H. Ill %IM\ A Co. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AUCTIONEERS ^ PHONE 4640. — PLANTATIONS BUILDINGS. (W I %  .1 I1I5U. Wat ,., „-.( jich 1 i. nsst • %  [ortu %  tlvi %  oil '. %  <( I.I with %  ipoti lUcan, the sm-lii-t hut in %  !>' I 1 :.n or %  LgrJ 0U M 1 I ill profw %  to lU SMI |i ; 1 • .. itiim* n nuRibtrod In iim.riii.ns of millions, eawh ol Lfatni looU upon Die Pi 11 ,.,„., and upon tl. v I Wlo.f son %  n,,i II,. r. J^rpr xirwn I OV, I -..,;., Hn 1 MII %  %  DUt Hat Pofk 1. i* the %  Holy City, the r.BftMl, Hii'n aVb Ml| h 1 .tger %  plrltii VOI II tal %  r ol St. ] %  %  ourrul s-* > p .. d .nil. it la %  %  %  ... 11-U1 ini mighi f huri h o| Si Ptter-s. M ahtrotfueeo you • libraries tod museum* and "ir the Al..Catfisahan, wfn.. wiih photographa David Seymour, resided -1 ten n piste %  %  %  nd %  1 WE IIAVI: IT AT llll ADVOCATE STATIONERY LUXOR flEAR (.LOSS VARNISH %  UPUOII IN QU il II Y AND tr 1 — j — (.ii.v mi iv.v, 1. 2 a iaaa.saai 1 .i.i.i.-h.,, .., iii'nni' .j' 1. 1 laaaaaMai •• I. HMUil.1.1 Ltd. Ill .^ II HOI III IK RaaaaaCI WILLIAM HMiAIM'V --x. LIB. I ti-.il 1/ lilt' In-si 1 .il ui', I mill if' "MODERN MAID" Variable Pressure COOKER $1200 each 36 inch CHEESE CLOTH 31^ per yard. Wide & Coiomiui BEACH HATS (Straw) 63^ each Tine Quality WHITE SPUN 84/ per yd. la* l*i-r I'll m f fur I mlii if DANA or CHRISTIAN DIOR *'*-**-** %  "-"-"'•' '*--'VV---,*,*,%%',-,-,',-.',-,-,'.',-,-.-.--',---.v-,',-,v.-.-,-,' Win. Fojjarly


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PAC.F. FOIR HARBADOS ADVOCATE \U l>\l sh\\ M I'll Mill R 21 I'M BARBADOS AuVOftfTE t 1 —f—-i > -.1 mnarun \\ediiesil..\. Blfl—illM ^li. INI i l*r 1(1^4* SrlleMil V-ain THE contu nance oi in cutters of education ui this Island nut but tend Ion ..: %  %  i I '-i.il public. in the Horn A arnbl) rccenl res.oluti.tn was passed eani scheme for the government ol the Combined Coleridge and Parry Schools and II would facilitate tha appolntmanl ol the Governing Body before the beginning of the term. The scheme was passed and now the term has opened there are still independent schools at the Parry and al Ua I ridge. Il wn at tirst rumoured that there was tlitticulty in finding I suitable headn. It wathen thought that this would be a • %  mum i>[ the Alexandra School whM a second advertisement called tor a headmistress alter the nomination ol the tirst and the school had to I I iih an head. Later it was publli I cans*", ol the delay in the opening ol the new S the difficulty in find i mini; body, It is difficult (or anyone Inter* education in this Island tc accept thlt excuse Il is not sound enough for a re The amendment to the Act providing for the appointment of Governing Boules ol these schools gives Uie Governor the ri^ht of appointment. Il is true thai %  G or might not during the earl} par! ol hii regime be acquainted with a large number of pmp]i> who are quali l on Oovernli but this Inade of knowledge was provided fv statute itself. In its wisdom the Legislature ol this island enacted the Executive Committee Act by which the Governor is supplied with advisers. Ami the Lettei Patent and Royal Instructions set out clearly the functions of the Governor's advisers In the Executive Council and In the Executive Committee. Apart from this .i Governor will have failed in his primary Function if he dues noi make himself acquainted with people wh i would I"willing to supply him with general Information. It is not true thai there could be any grave difficulty m ftndlnj .i Governing Body for any kind ol school In tins island. Barbadians are too interested In education mw\ vVwi w*.-iul upUtt and enlighten men! which it brings to evade or refuse service on Governing Bodies What is true is that there has been s tendency In this Island to draw from one particular class and from I few individuals in thai particular class when selecting personnel to serve on advisory and > bodies. I' i> s ilander on the people of St Peter and St. Lucy to lei it go forth that the new Col* could noi find a Governing Body. The fundamental need is to And people who are interested in < %  (and who la not ?) and in the ticularly. There will he those scholastic attainments %  t them t<>r such an appointment but there will also be those wo work for the school ulso entitle them to places on the Governing Body At a time when every kind of complaint is being made that this island is not receiving adequate returns for the money beine; spent on education it can brini; nothing but dissatisfaction if delays and disappointments are allowed to nullify the desires and efforts of those who strive for progress. Finally it is not for the Governor nor his advisers alone to search for people who will render public service of this kind. It ii the duty of people really interested and qualilicd, to offer their services sJ nmemberlng that refusal does noi insult, but that certain offices require special qualifications and tha' it is good citizenship to offer to serve before criticising any lack of serv'ce. Eyc-Wiliiesses Of Aggr H.iii in Koree ciaiaaiit'i beUM i ban iwas i %  week who I ind Kom in the %  ved iheli barre %  %  I MM ..II leaumed -i'a IS the fact Kurea-H batwi 9 % % % % %  J.I fommuniM goveitiIB30. the COJ inut insist .-(iied h*l openly that An.. i. %  .. the United Nationi ana begl Begun the nghtlng would „„., : .. %  the Dutch U : %  ....,. | t llvi hnur. Aral* sd it • • asm h* worth, what I.I> Id tttere be 1 t Unlti roe United Nai %  "nt thj.i the asm when thaw %  foe IXTMladCil to He i of <,' battle as the observers do. dr know Bach "' % %  easy it 1st fake up % %  • nccden aisslsOei Uasi for the beneflt torn ot u EUUH — ""'"' V~T ft Ii ftnl in limn I a I N i % % % %  ecu rei rtpsra r oovel | of United Nations obrvei ajrstenai under the eyes of uiconsi in. Kiiw would naUhI ano i rj ippan the Politburo from • % %  etwari near! I Ulop morncni HAVING WONDERFUL %  ... i. % %  %  What %  might well frustrate him again. %  • Hi need technique %  less likely. In the last tb yea is the vn from many .. > -I frunlirtortci has bees developed M %  % % %  %  11MIIW Of %  nor would il be *i bi mi' for ,*i conflict in tin' InssMdlate future n major war is Bsore UJO s I w.i. it rail %  from the extension of .i rclatlvel) •i; I of Irlctiun betwee n lbs Communist and %  MI oM ot lellitet to %  on the model <>i Koree In tithei <.( these esses then a DOUCI to bi %  in tinpresence it i' 1 1 il.ilitfri pOlnl Of a Kr.aip of men I nuUtary prepei %  notions that tb) U K**nt verd* I Id not be iii loueied %  except ot eoui i Communists and their friend*, thinsI' would be too much to Ihe on ani e ol i bseii v actually prevent an that had been deUberafa ed ujion—thounh on might do so. The '*<• \ vent any ihvisinn of opinion, beet ii u|Hin < V Miuiin i in the fre> %  11 for (hi of POCKET CARTOON hi O'llIK! LANCASTBR -i I kno* Ihe HMll (i. Hat I l end therefore Io eocourage them ii tee had, to pr"5en1 a Uflltj Uon Tnui •' % %  iiniiH. %  :)> %  bave a ii. Un n nt rould tt.L y oOcei with %  l '" ... .iih The value ot bavlng observers i sen frooi the record of the obs orvi lUtUoOM In Bve troubletl nrvus in Bairope Aala< These men moel of them military officers with mti>, .1 ilil.. \|'i i.-nrinava i "i i"i ment. No men* lion f the ccgaruWllon'i l ol them t.ikc up .\,., i, their dulles. By lln-n the United i i experimentUnited Nations obeerveri hav tuque of iendln| , out temporary fact-flndim: compreventIng *-iire ami if M „ a rgu ed !'.' • mould Io warn the world %  impendlni dengi —— pointed out that no or agency can afford to pot rcspondV D reroou mountain areas for year* on end %  I i i. %  i ir.K I It But it International i n ihe de. for thi aangn area baton hoal %  It Is not enougl %  %  el : wore eerl) %  n... •. ; oen lb) Un I iln .nut the local drcusMuu I %  i Hi ripori Then II iii. longei am jdmi ten HI I ictli i ihounh n i Unlti % %  ai rat e hast temporised iffalr, is postUOti hie since been ehansjed Ul nl In 1949 ol I p from which ihe s. mav select observei ton ItlMl of the mobile l*W t vice which suapl with vehlclee, dnv< i stui Ii end ivlretm operatorsnd by the 'nation last Novell Observation Comnuion charged with drawing th> General Aaeemhl] i oi tlal danger. Ihei th€ %  l> all tost I mtl ling stages conflict \ i %  f Kashmir, i id Net have now been eonThenan %  tlnuouily al work for ovei tw i tenthtl brouble to i And it Is of particular Inshould lie sent as i. ilthough a —for instance, JUK lc Uw tronuem end the Pv. jab bordei not untl betwoei India end PakUtan. if i: ilttary II argued that the IIOIIK die aervari balghtani MOSKNI u %  ed si o .i Drephssuang the rteks I gh. these officers '!"". the answer sunlj is 'hat th Il iirst miTiprehenI ectlOfl ol the front^r i led -re the NOrQl attacked their reports %  %  ed U ihe clc ulelv th) Ulea i used, the rm will b* i i ve attempt i. foreetell rather thai th it at %  nth hour Tho chief Claim STBTysrsLtttL'-i; missions — a technique ah bj ut: but t li by Km Ungue ol Nations. s in (,,, they have the case of Manchuriaand I been senl to a danger i ,is limitation^ riie a r \ h€l(11( the tu h tins started. Oenerel Asssimbly of 1941 W *i ... has round by settun: up .i Si i Committee on tha Balkset tact c munuously the i which the BeUum nation complied with the Assembly*! recoming 1948 uSli %  the consent tf th*government ii country ha. to be OOt 1 IT %  r j terrtton Thii difftcultj ii u many n IUOI tKsnahle would pledge thcmselvi ii advance t( admit i'i beervei iny I from the Se.-.i tan •<'.< in the sime WB1 I %  %  led HI of them have underteK* n In ed I r o m vence to eccesi Un i 'he agaressors Hut Hie. ii i kved loo i ite, tNI)ON. Sept. Ii. nfornied the I iltl d N.ii in international affairs in 1948 it wa ebll i ild stand alone anc unaided filled *i lie Arab armed aggression auned li Uneble to sum of authorry of the k any of d;> mihiaiy loncs Nations at its ov n annihilation. itemed ere In repb At the same unto the ability ol tevrltory.'but ih..I"i'"n!si.i in kteell : " %  A '.' cast revealing light on the t on %  '" ral ,n,cn •"' '" J,n,1 "it special un muni-.: governmenbi' claim that requeaied all U In localities remote frcca Greece "-is to blame 'or all fl unite ol their national the area of its own %  .%  %  Uon along the border. No m ,. f r " against Mcurlty responsibilities is man (or ihe United Nations would %  gsrcMora in future. the character of relaiiaini ih.it the uhssaieti I ive e cooscio the lions eubeanaag b e t ween the stab turned the tide in Greece: but nead for adequate maaaurc* to reI Israel and At.ib ee Mr. Dulles ha* exprrsseo the Inlon.the eoncept Ol collective neighbouring on it.'— U.P. t Veer IrrstsjJ >'"""' %  '*'.* GeeWaa*sVfla1 l%rsaaai n. < IIAltl.KS FOLLY THERE is a man in Europe who could ask an emperor in (or breeuufaat He could have 1 a king and queen 1" lunch, a czaf l<'• ; .old his wife to dinner. \ And th) Ight fell on Madrid. Gen] BTSu Franco could lead mto his ballrooni \ -noiiiili princes and piincosses ti> lill a now A'ho's Who ot Europe*! royal families. Nor would the guests I For all these claimants to cobwebbed thrones ed in Spain. But %  aral i Pot Fl run royal fatnlv—came in for ^ vhlch hinted tow ins mind li tvorklnsj. KINO SngaDN . AND A QUBBM Franco heard that 14-yeurold Kinn Simeon, his mother Queen Joanna, and his Aster Man.* 1 ouisi wore i<-kini; for s home Ha cabled them in Rome: "Come to Spain"' When the red, young Simeon, *ho reigned • three nightmare years. Brat jnder the Nazis, then under the RUSS II blinked in the Madrid sunshine. Flowers. 1 red carpet, a band. The lord mayor and the head of Franco's household to read addrov-Bowg and en;' n. Limousines fir th* dng and his retinue "t algjht Followed by all their rvnunnim; worldly : trunks and 112 packing cases th. bed Bulsjars were swept out to the Philip II. Motel at Escnnal. outside Madrid Here they were told that Franco is llnding them a house, two cars five Spanish serFull royal privileges are theirs as itay. Little wonder thai Queen Joanna, claspinj oi armful ol Franco's roses, tearfully red; "Spain is s itton "f hidalgos" (only the Spanish have u word for "gentlemen"). And then "My son and I will learn Spanish quickly, to thank you in your own tout; ue." VLADIMIR ... Joanna's words ire echoed by Grand Duke Vladimir, From his flat in Madrid. Vladimir lays claim to the Throne of Rtl If Leningrad becomes St. Petersburg %  gain, Franco will be welcomed by a modern As a student. Vladimir travelled daily by Underground [rotn Kem Gardens to the then H Lefttsb N London School of Bcooomlca. In between visiis to his cousins, the Dtlko end Duchess <>| Kent, he worked later in a Uncolnghire Factory as Mr. Mickhailov. Then their || Vladimir's brother-in-law. Plinos Louis Ferdinand, perhaps the only riohf.nzoilern who has rubbed shoulders with the world With half Germany—and Berlin—enveloped by the Iron Curtain, he Still hopes to be kaiser. "Germans love the monarchy,* 1 says Louis, and he knows the Americexui like him because be has worked In Ford's, Detroit. ... AND OTTO. One visitor who has no need to learn SpanLsh is the Archduke Otto. This royal joker i Francos pack has irked the one personHgs not welcome In bsadrld — Spanish Preusider Don Juan. Juan's friends now suspect that Franco is on Otto M a rival to Juan's claims. If so. Franco can retail that the amiable Hapsburg's ancestors ruled Spain when her anpire i Obrmced most oi Europe as well as South America, And over many Spaniards, still rankling at the Armada, and Gibraltar's loss, such glory casts a spell. All this Juan huff and Otto puff may be belldfl the point. Franc loves to keep folk tng. Meanwhile, he Is encouraging the i Ise in Spam of "free" Iron Curtain legations and spectral monarc: His exalted guests are sheltered from the buffets of p ( .Inns, publicity, and taxes. And then, presto, he is socially on top of the DESK and !*(>( KIT IIIAIIII s 1953 liable at ADVOCATE SI vriOMiltY | NOTMCE Out I 1MIII II anil II \KI>\\ Utl N PASTMBNTH will l)f rli-si-d f.ir STOCK TAKtIVG on THUESDAY, 27ili IKIDW L'stl. SATURDAY, EMh Kr nneniiiK In BBSSSMSS OM TUESDAY, JM> OCTOBER Our Customers are nskeil lo arrange tlit'ir "pjipiii .. iu'corilin^l>. WILKINSON & HAVNIS CO.. LTD. Srereaseers to • %  C. S. PITCHER &. CO. PHONES: IU7, III:: UsT. |f|| i \OThi — OUK ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING On Wednesday 26lh. Thursday 27th Friday 28th Hh-OI'I.MM. O.V SATURDAY 29th. NOTICE OUK DRV GOODS DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING — ON — WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 26lh 27th and FRIDAY 28th #I—/f'ff f fff/ lit ttllsiltlKSN 'lit sin mm j!ni, s,;„. Our Customers are asked to arrange their Shopping Accordingly. • BACOilA %t CO. I l. DRV GOODS DEPARTMENT 'Continental world. — L.E.S. \9 % %  i* IsViitlcrK Say Temporary aTooef aTejpenVi 7' l( Th,editor, The Advocatt, SIR. M %  Bi i Itini of Uh aile eondltl U'specllvr districts, ;nl I DOW join my quut;i U) thetl Wall ul ton.pjjont WhilipSSBlng lhnui;li AlUni' pnoraing I DOUCI avoid Ills car rinUng in n,< q 1 Alklns' .i'. %  F t i ., l-nlr* tO sonir i | %  nfl Ihe %  GLADYS 0 JUMI UUmg SIM III look to report to the Conunender-ln-Chlef, uiid we did Me l workers end tlv.t w should work help Oghl to win inc war. We were eeOed before if Ursa in 1050 and tan la what he % %  %  froni ihe A.Imiralty thai ihe dock rard icleedown and all Bnrbediena will tun i know I 3 | kbouren i-nd now %  I skilled %  'end Met henla Most delegate raised! pertllning %  pie In Afrl awne Mr. i | %  %  got -" pel i i 1 ,,t only Knm I i more nc%  ... i.. %  which Is not % %  .... Thanking you I IdHor C MlTF.i: : I 99 Of Hood i %  am ihe road, In the • %  %  vecj ii'".ind Inea Uw • uilsck on II e i qrellai DBrteln Ihlnsa "f which he M eebicycle riding cana la thinking ihleld hirosell I osj be .in accident. Al ling In betwee'i pedestrians a is unperatlve anuaunwe to do so • i town "i country you will llnd an tnU'rinlr.Klhig at padI ., %  %  ..ids to cutting in ln'; iaie ;i ejcUst ot n then|i ;i i;..Tiir )am M last . bicycle iplee .i two-foot it is reasmabhthat if a cyclist h way to K''i from •twoen motor vehicle* why he leeevsa m case of ..T' aecUant he may coine off th'' %  I' Il true that some cyclists are %  bttract th1 attention of otl \ For %  %  nd every%  POOH CYCLIST THE OLDER YOU GET THE SHORTER \OL GROW llj ril\IV>l\\ PINCBDBB REMEMBER MOM)\i IS SELECT THESE EARLY ST U'flS vou begin from about Ihe lime you reach 3". and you go on losing height bj an gverasa half an In h Washington Univcrslty's Dr. Mildred T: 80>i scientists) here. "he shrinkage i* due ojelnl to two eeu i Bmttening %  %  bobblnhaned %  egmenti The rate of ihortenll utw rot '%  %  %  and holds for Negroes us well as whites^ -. ) ni Troth Without Wrinkles i III AGO aurgeoi showing a coll %  %  it; eti how sgelng Hoii\.. %  %  The Bask* ble gauze to \ heir gauzes end %  tightly sss*i bead, tharoba taklrw up any .sagging t*ln. TinBBuse is covered with rnake-up nnd the elastic bands are hidden by %  wig. . that U effect of .. ( 1CC t om -* Up thiwhole l-Kty Take a Nap DOCTOHS itronsly raeeeaakend men the habit ot %  %  • %  ..;afh I %  hundrcis of Itted to %  Boston hoapitel wrlth isrlou uoubae. doctors found that raosf occurred while patients were working >lu>rtlv aftet Ihe middaymeat ..'.M> showed thai well-built, mu %  of heart attack called coronary '. men %  %  i i < SPECIALS, ENLKui 1 oOOS Anrhor Sklmntnl Mil. 1 40c. per lb. i n Pnej ro*k* Pseeea ^ ocwai per laa I as rWS Tea Time Pastes |.. i i.... Ha la ml lUriovj LU per Ib-ila N.'i lar 8ao S5e. per lb. Lojaiea Oat H-iki24cper lb %  ltr jktast Hull t. it. i tin < seddsff ( seees %  — m 1 .11 ^ %  * lIlMOllFAMOUS BRANDS i < %  i r> Anchor Butler Bweel i Anrhor B*Sfi Milk Anchor Full t ream Milk I'dr. CHOICE MEATS Km pi re Coffe*, 'ii \i I>I I-I Cu.sLud 1'owder Mlmidl Grape* Haddock Gosvee Plsri Base VrcrUbles In Tins I hUBBd 1 1 GODDARD'S FOR %  (Mil) BRAID" I



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WEDNESDAY, SEPTCHBBI -'• %  1951 ll\KlniH>S ADVOCATE PAGE I HUM. Christian Mission Chancery Suit Ends \ ice Chancellor Reserves Judgment THE CAS] U finished yestercuy befuit • K Hie Vice Chancellor. Sir Allan Collymoxt.' who reserved judgment Plaintiffs in ihe sull are Barrow and others who are laretsOri thai they were the General Supenni ment of the Mission durinf* 1949 and thai Hoyti not. Also to be decided : S .jHTinfendenl Hoyte and < %  have instructed Ramsay m Lowe to at| i the meeting. %  R> v Hoyte'a '" ran r turning up and tea i LprODM 00 thai ground. %  tieMARY HELPS AT THE ZOO Ji 1 %  1 %  takt place wut, lUnsjaJ i i! was r.i' lice of a meet%  of > all '.ence. Argun Hoyte was teiat hr would continue to be O* \>..s not praotnl t a Geniweeling, uudrr ihr I il iiij DM mean £•• on with DV t buri-hee Circularised I Impgnpat Neatisuj B-II | that \ K a/Mi Mi J s. B I ting of 1951 recti) HI order In 1'it' Herald and cirere sent to all the t were and %  nose th't were not in harmon> i. atea bad com after than %  auehi hni pone through In 1W9 Ri %  ) m lunSI tod Ramsay waa trj meeting and Rev. I %  I %  I. ,,.., ,.. ..,, — not a pi Lhal the ( •< rai Bupi %  M preaent WOU %  i But v. .load i n bad aaali] i ui a %  blah Hoyto had . I d only reached 1 I %  : • i %  i : i.. %  %  %  %  i ..bout 2 rfujw .i.i.. D< ck and was not iwcatvad until o'clock. It was not surpriecpurt all daj Mi Rooe. I, lumwuy hud Mid lha" iwn nothing of that M.. noUees and ft i came out on th< of H-\ Laniar pno could as*, bat ween .. printed lira document and a typewritten one. ii' i •• bean dls—.. %  %  Shifted (.round from membership mend baa comi in rapt} ui)!. "and in %  %  %  ' and evidence waa that argument thai hull Mission Herald wan again in *>" %  mmrpornlion of others hi lhal "ic-lmg i*i*n properly summoned, for me therefore to addres* ,. Youi l^rdahlp thorUy on th. *• h m | ri Han HartBeU U l Suo, arlii. | k,, ( lent ,i mil jt Ihr lottJi.ii /BE LIMA TO INQUIRE INTO REIlELLIO\ HIO DE JANEIRO, Sept 16, President Gctulio Vargas ovdend l ii Jtlatioe Minister tve immediately aerially I 1,111/ for an on>the ipoi study of the situation In revolt torn Maranhau state. The Federal Government's darnelon on whether it should actively Intai vena to restore order In thai state, v. I largely be determined by L)e Lima 's tndmn Reptrt5 on the •natuiK from Sa> Lusi have been I i iovertiOBITUARY Mr. Di [ %  JahsssWn at \ Hav) ntitUJ Mr U. : I'd Si I: Hi Donald Lawreooi Jol •he son of the late Mi Hub. i ...;ancr Johnson, I*urochiai at si Mukeel Ha a educated in England anil on Kb %  I father had been a pail %  vochfal Treasurer lake m-nv ottn %  ih auttM ai i %  !14 and %  Hi it.%  v\ I | %  return i uua uuand he %  -vn tense] -IHI was lilghl* reapecti Li businct Hi took .: keen Interest Sfl and VB1 bei of the St -. try serving buirhwaidan ai am itod %  a keen aporL-iiu.ii PO many yean, he w* Judge at the lUioaoua Tuil Club Meetings am< a member of the '.' %  Cricket Club. Tins was in the dan ejfese the Chauence fsroths %  u .ed the nioat" and John*, turned In many a good acore b teap hi piece inons] this compenr, Hi \-a liiaincil In Mi M.o< i with a Bon studying engtneerUHj and i* daughtei BO in... To these and otb WIIOWH. d< % %  ! %  %  coadoi • % %  nded >\ orkera !'rui>r (truiul River Co. S> 1 rnaa r*f I II %  %  ieo V i I'sek tu %  lataad %  Harbour Leg In Carlisle Bay %  u I si: \ \\ ELL \*ai vi %  i-, II i i \ i rraai v I llf.lrv.,.,.1 ".. %  I .vrlham. AM %  i rai Onaaaa i . \ .. \ oi i \IVII MI H a. a M i \ i I.I i.i-i a ^i %  % %  %  ':• %  '.:•.'.•.;'*''' i i.tutn .ion — Iff Of #l S f.OOff YIIO I. .> Mr < .in snpil\ Vim M 11h Ihc followliig: Hamowri linl.s (Bon n II !.'\\ .V In^inixr Scran Driven .ill dm I.,,., il.....i i i ,\ IUl.1,,1 Y.W.CJi. Heating \ •• %  vines or i:\nn\i.i \\ '"' %  >. \n.i in.im other* i"" iiiiinrrtnis i.i be mentioned ;: .' I'u\ IIS ii Vi.ii It. fun. M.iktni Voui Betodieii ;. UHwhore ..( \ GEMBRAl. .f UM V wi\A. will !>. %  Iicld ;il 11),II Bin el • imorn • i veol 1 .... .ubjMI fur .i i v, , .II !..• I I .ill mrniI ^ Hud SIUIH IB"—M" !; il..,k s.i,. t^ ,\II !• C pea s.iw. H a 11 N 1 III,Ml l hi.. I. ', I,. I I Socket I II in. i I lii-.-u .; i, ,„ | GlrnlcU.il >tae* ." %  Screw Cn %  I i" l; <"•> s '"•" -" | it. Il i ., .v IIU S|||1.|IIS Plane irons Seek* Bhavaa Hlsel nraW i ut simpb reat on iheli law Thar had recelvi thai anyuung was bean the usage or custom to iumwhat Rev H g> On Paee 1 merit hOs denied the 'mport. of ihe ao-eeJled i evolutionary movement their. while Olhei sources including correapondenti af .i Mo Da Jaalera newspaper contend chaos will follow upon rtun %  n > %  ral troopi %  rtatlonad there. Fir, A • %  ituation when a I 'loyed ISO working clas, homts In II I bal due-net of Sao LaUS, killing a le-ving mon II Eugenio t). i; U itnd hla DOut ka l promptly accuned each i .vtling lire to "'init. fubioii" in M.iranhao state. %  lailer however II was said that the tire had bern irovrrt nreidrnlU Inveatiaatora vaid it started from a trash fire, was fanned by the wind and spread to a row of closely huddled shanties naai the dump. Reports from the interior said uUl f..rce* led by la mundo Bestoi threatened two new %  OCaltnei yesterdoy. %  i have occupied the villega ol Carurupu ami i i %  . of 200 rebels thai of I'assagrm Pranct Sunday. v..is h ive withdrawn taking local oAVlaJ The Oovarnor's pal* i Luu was crowded with ofltriaN who had II* 1 -' fi'om inland villages and towns threatened by rebels. Meanwhile a genuial strike colled at Sao Lulz to proM quest for withdrawal ol troops, was making Itself felt in the growing shortage of food Wm. FOGARTY (B'dos Ltd.) %  %  iv "' I *. IK RHEUMATISM and agonising BACKACHE GONE I ij BARBADOS IIAKDWARE LTD. i B % % %  (TUB HOI M HHt It \K<; \i\-i ; %  134 ; —: ;--i S. I. C. K. BOOK DEPARTMENT C. F. HAkrIISON & CO., lit r'loor Sensational New Make-up! I tuiiullili'iii a—I Vntrilfr ll\IM.\l\S IMIIII $1.00 %  Olt I VIHYOM. I iifhifii your MButlffft One. Jump eenceief * %  /< %  > ralm—bfllvr prirvM. LADIES PANTIES-per Pair 30c. 186c. CHILDREN'S COTTON PANTIES 2 Pairs for PLASTIC PANTIES (BABIES) 2 Pairs for 96c. t^QvLTSM. N6W Not a cake make-up, not a greasy foundation! — i SHM and powr all in *n No H •pong*. v k ri rats** r "" •• %  "> itu .mooimy ui Cavea Y o-. a aon, vahrrty eonvpkna.ii UMaailr NCW! Stays on longer than powder! The. (peri*) *vlina" mi a S — H —a IIIM -Ars.l l*#rnaka* ii morh loner Irian orriinaiv itwdri Ai .1 it aeVW aryic*. •tr*ay. New! Cant Spill! Mil makt%  li. v" 1 C1V>..M from ave ai-wlic *han: Blanda A n \ •-. Pa M rH At all !•l-^ l 72c. CHILDREN S COTTON VESTS 2 for JOc. CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS each S4c. COSMETIC BAGS 2 for 96c. LADIES' ART SILK STOCKINOS 2 Pairs for 96c. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S ANKLE __ SOCKS—2 Pairs for 72c. LADIES' RAYON STOCKINOS 2 Pairs for 96C BOYS' STRIPED COTTON POLO SHIRTS—2 for 90C. MEN'S STRIPED COTTON POLO _. ftft SHIRTS—2 for )|.UU MEN'S SOCKS-2 Pairs for $1.00 MEN'S LEATHER BELTS—each pOc. f bill.ol. plmlmlt I rollered b, I RRUSCHIN M?f"B f Sf*8 f..^l -^^^ %  natrnrera from il.xiiniKtli-m Will In, lataraacext In the esperisnca rvlatnd In th|a latter Mow I I S,„ W M. •. W.VI II ala A the Pi %  %  0 feel i . %  -in 1 i.. i In my arms and Ktiouldarti. Thnn pains -tartn.1 in t im aniall of my back, Inrrniialng until thay wi-ra mallv itavnre. I bought a b 'Mia uf Krunhn ami waa surprUad lo Ami Dial I sut a little, rnllrf I i iBOtnai mill defora It waa llfittiiit'it all my pains i ami from ttaat >lay T.B. i Hhnuinatlc pains an>l I I are unally tfia rniuit ( | In tltn bloodpolaona which lar* i loiwaln and tired kidneys ara falling to eipal. for thr-a r'Miipialnta them la no liner I treatment than Kruachan ftalu, width claanaea all tba internal or*an. sMmulaie-i lliam to norinal healthy action and iliua [ reatorea freaanasa and ylgnnr. The HeaH .if fee Houac i Siignr Kluiiil I Anne Ihilliidtt I i M mil untl 'I'll*A Manes Sj < i linn I .iiiiiiin ,ud ethei -i The fVfaslerai ; | C. P I i of I Cli nlii ws < plate *. few i i reveller'. Tree"; 'Elephant Hill Boewell'i Journal age el BeanelaL" Bouki toi Children ol Pan Boelta A PeaigulM Mblei APreyei sseoaj; fheelofical Devotasewl Literature, t arda lot all eccaakma. Tl.l.UMIOM MM XOTKI i THIS 13 TO NOTIFY OUR CUS'.'OMEKS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT WE WILL Br CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING AS TOLLOWS l*i.-. Iitiid llaidw.i • Ntoreaam TUESDAY 25th, WED. 26th & THURSDAY 27th inst. tor net Store A Sales lle|i:aaw WEDNESDAY 26th & THURSDAY 27th OUR LUMBER DEPT. WILL BE OPEN AS USUAL WE WOULD APPRECIATE YOU ARRANGING YOUR PURCHASES ACCORDINGLY I'himkiiifi .'/"' MANNING & CO.. LTD