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PAGE TWO SIMMY ADVOt wi St. .Inlin's Parish POPPY i v\< i: at the CRANli HOTEL CASING Saturday July 9 p.m. Admission 51.ni! including supper DRIVE AWAY SKIN DISEASE 10 H n itupiinu "i •"*•• "• AV. JL-NK2S. 1930 The Don May Visit London S IR DONALD BRADMAN may be going 10 London this raar, m.i.Ub) November. The feral : %  are du,J to HIII for Australia on September. Bredman could fly home m time to see some of the To t matches. He has business reasons lor tf< mg His booh "Farewell i i Cricket" is being publishel next week. He hat textile and othe, ,r.;toti • %  news for 11. look at the T C A. passenger list fi>r Bermuda yesterday. I noticei: thai live of the passengers were girls of about seventeen years of age It seems us if Bermuda is morn (xipular with Canadian girls than Barbados. M" Two Novell ALFRED MENDES. Trtntdnd. has been a bun. W an since he went to Englat.i about a month ago. He Is doim; an Intensive course of study it ihe Port of London Author iv. .htch leaves him little lime t i .oifcure. In Trinidad Mendes u Deputy Manager of Porl Barvlct Bui this Is not what he is I %  %  nown for in the West Indies. He as written two novels about Trinidad ('Pitch Lake and "Black '" "' Fauna") that have established him rV dance for ^wltTaWy" h'. "ha^ country ^,'li leaving by TCA. ywlirdav tMrnlng wre Mi A W Crosbj and bci ward Cook, who it of! to Manehcslri, Mr Armel Year wood, who is holiday and Mi. Hubert Kinch. Who went u. fa I at Bermuda on a Off to England Palace Party TMIItEE pi.'.tv (fa-al ei H. W ARMEL YEARWOOlJ I ,„ g ve „,,.... ARMOUR, aon ol Di \4 I),mmta M 7r^ n ^c A Trom' vestcrdav momir ... regtsrda %  B.W I h '•" germ to Englai to be in England until the end ol So three pretty heads went toOctober and while there he will Bother and planned a combined [Vf nd Miss Loraine QuigU-v T.C.A.'s Winnipeg Offiiv Abel Smith. December and Canada, cnroiitc ^rand-daughter of Princess AU.T.C.A. Girls Returned BUNNY BLAKELY his daughter Lawrte. dinner. J ** T.C.A. Agent iii Edmonti His other daughter Mrs Bob The hostesses; The Hon. LuuiAlberta King and her husband were al Smith, Miss Rachel Brand, and % % % %  aM bin off. Mr -ind Mrs Bob King expert to Join him in England eery soon •v ire due to leuve Rarba13 by the Oraiijeitad. Princess Margaret The Buckingham PalIntransi* J NTItANSIT lor Trinidad yesA terday morning by TCA was Mr John Morton, an Inspector of Schools in Trinidad re-.-n in Canada for three and a half months* holiday Lanky and with a keen sense of humour, ba kepi up a van unuii isaiion. during the short mc I chatted with him at Sea.11 About six or sm.n M-,Ha^. Senior poslttoa on the Sales hjg told Carib, he was very frlrnd„ of .. \M-I1 known Manchcstei | v wllh lhc -oxford Btrt m us he called them. B9i itiand lainiiy were also Mo5I of tnCsc f C n ows were Seawell to se^him oil They Barbadians who were with >ho for England sometlmp or t of Spam Branch of Cablo and Wlrttten .luring the War. and lie mentioned Harold Bowen and Vincent Lewis as being his old pals. En-roufc to Manchester EVERAL members of T. R Evans* staff. Including Mr C Carter and Mr. David .'in nan at Baawall yeay morning to wish Mr. ard Cook good luck in his new ure Mr. Cook left yesterday I Canada, to take August. To Join Her Husband from who have been holidaying ii.irbado* returned to Canada yesterday morning by T.C.A. Staying at the Ocean View (Intel they have enjoyed Iheir holiday immensely and arc each taking home lovely sun tans, of which they are very proud and Indefinite Stay M RS ELSIE CLARETT her Slaughter Gloria arrived from Toronto yesterday morning by T.C.A. for an indefinite visit and are staying at Greystone Flats, Hastings. Last time they were here WSJ Mint Afteen years ago Originally from France Vllt and Mrs Louii Eeequ< M RS LILIAN CROSBY, wife of Mr AW. Crosby, left | for Canada by T.C.A. with their young son Stephen Mr Crony has been in Canada for about two years nnd she will bo joining him in Montreal when he is living. Roy's Cousin H ERE for two weeks U afllsa Elma Re/ende who is spending her first holiday In Barbados. staying at Leaton on Sea. She arrived from Trinidad yastarda] by It W I A hfj Hi %  /ende is a cousin of Mr Rl untie, who is well known in Barbados. This Time to Stay M R WILLIE ELLIOTT who ..-. in Barbados about one month ago on holiday from DM originally from France and now living in Venezuela hav %  bo. n holidaying In Barbad'.-. Staying at the Paradise Beach Club and the Marine Hotel They have been In Venezuela for sixteen years, where Mr EvH|ue is with Record and Rozier. manufacturers o1 car batteries and mved from Venezuela ye>p | Ml i C gooda They returned to VeneauMa lo^terda^ %  by B.W.I.A. The Candy King AND MRS. CHARLES M Canadian Bank of Commerce in I n / md a,i Montreal, has returned to Barba%  ——-* dos to loin the staff of T Sydne> ich Ltd. lo arrived yesterday momini by TCA. Arrived Yesterday WR. and Mrs E 11 terday morning b> B W.I A Trinidad. From England the> hsarg Uiii living m VMscntl i for three and a half years. Mr. Lang is with I'lice Watorhouse and Co. He is here for twelve days but his wife expects to be In Barbados for about three or f"ur weeks. Tl i rtna a| liu CraM House Club. On Short Visit t SAVING on Wednesday after*noon by B W I. A to srH-nd Jbout one weak'l holiday in Trintdad was Miss Cynthia DuranW daughter of Mr and Mrs. K. S. Durant of %  'KennethvilkRockmorning by It W 1 A ley She will be staying with Miss He was spending Diego Martin ~ Blrnn left by T.C A yrstor iiay after spending a holiday in Barbados. Mrs. Bimn has been here for about flue weeks and Mr Hirnn came down last week .to accompany her home After Month's Holiday PETER FARMER, son ol \ and Mrs. C L. Farmer f Gibbons' Christ Church returned from Trinidad yesterday Jean Waller Miss Wallci Barbados oholiday About Local Pottery M H Kaster who i T HE E S. Barbados Arts and Craft* Society, which is keenly Inii furthering the mterlocally produced hnndifts, is organising an Exhibition of Pottery and Tiles at the Museum The exhibition will open on Tuesday 8th. August lor lw<< Wtakl Tlio puTpON of the exhibition is not only to halp IOCS ters sell examples of their work but by showing examples ol antique and modern pottery .mil tiles inspire potters to increase their range of production and design local potters are invited s on Wednesday on a eft lo| Canada yetterda POCKET CARTOOK by OSBERT LANCASTER 'Mm teU me, Jtfoiufcvr ic Lomte. ;.hnt el$e doe* the si-riuman plan tnvolvr build's •i an dm a oirr Ihe Bon March4 to Mr. Slanlej/?" nth's holiday In the South of Trinidad Also returning yesterday from a month's holiday In Trinidad was Miss P. Bourne, daughter of Mrs. L M. Bourne of Congo Road. St Philip. Now A School Teacher A RRIVING yesterday by TCA. J\ to spend about two month* with htt relatives was Mi GvoJTrvy Drayton, who has been In Canada for three years The first year he was there he .is wnh the Government doing Economic Research and at present he Is a teerher at Arhbury College In OUawa. Returning Home T HE cruiser Glasgow which has been the Flagship of the America and West Indies Squadron since 1946 is due to arrive nt Portsmouth on October 24. She trill ba relieved by H.M.S. "Suporb." now Flagship of the second cruiser squadron. The Glasgow is to he refitted and reduced to the Reserve. Incidental Intelligence HEN I'm asked if I'm an introvert or an extrovert, I just tell them I'm a plain vert from Vermont—Poet Robert Frost. MEN'S 84" BEIGE POPLIN 2-i.SUITING.. Exceptional Quality nt Price i r PIcntf/ul To-doy-oul clout clelfl} j i BUTTERICK PATTERNS Newly opened range at WHITFIELDS YOUTHS SHOES 3-4* j BLACK OXFORDS. TAN GIBSONS III VI K SIZE— 8—10 .. —11— I ., — 2— 3 TAN S3.02 $3 39 S3.79 S3.99 11— 1 2— 3 4— S $3 45 J3.SB $4 0 HIV XOSV from Your Shoe Store EVANS and WHITFIELDS DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220



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SLNDAY, JT\EM. lMu II V oA<|\ l\QH IS rilBER Lie Replies To Communist Accusations LAKE SUCCESS. June 14 The United Nation* S* ..-retary General Trygve Lie to-day anurily replied to a query concerning alienations, that be had Communist affiliation* He had bec.i asked by a reporter at his Ptvti Conference whether he cared to state (or the record whether he wa or aver had bean in communication with Communists. %  had been charged by two American Congressmen, Mr Lie replied: "I should not like to transfer this Press Conference down to that level. "I suggest that you send a teleS ram to the Prime Minister of orway, or to hut predecessor, or the leader of the Norwegians Conservative Parly, to find out whether I am a Communist." Respect My Integrity When the newspaperman then asked: "What's wrong in a skin you?" Mr. Uv angrily replied "My God. there should be some respect for my integrity." At the Press Conference, before leading on what is generally assumed to be his second round of Exploratory Talks, to ease the East West tension m the United Nations. Mr. Lie told the President thai he would be ready to fly back to Lake Success if anything should happen, such as an important meeting of the Security Council. —Keuter. Left And Right Champion Sugar • freaa *• 1 -i lirilisri union wi fascists newspaper—carnee a lung article dealing with the sugar Imp Mae. Here U an extract %  mere's no leaaon wby some beet producing ehould be subsidised while the West Indies cane sugar is left to face the brunt of world competition Let both be given full ngtitin the home market on Monday the B W 1 delegates have been asked to lunch with Mr Lennox Boyd. ConacrVattVf M P for Mio)-Bedfordshire. in order to meet leaders ol the Conservative Party II Is understood thai the BW1 delegation have now replied to the new offer made to them by the British Government last week, as reported in your correspondent's previous despatch Aims Set Out I gather that the delegation %  reply set out the West Indies own icrms for a settlement. Negotiations can now be said to have reached a stage of delicate bargaining between Hla Majesty's Government and BWI leaders To-day and next week the delegation are going to see the West Indies play the second Test match at Lords Mr. Gprnes. however, will not be at Lords on Monday. as he will be in the House of Commons listening to the debate on the Sehuman Plan. Gardening Hints For Amateurs OriiiamrnlMl Sin nils K "HarTFires On Aircraft • i i page nttack the plane* we*e reported to have made live attacks and scored many hit* on the freight er." Usually reliable sources believe that the frigate Hart entered Chinese territorial waters as .allege) when going to the asais tance of in*two ships, in pursuit ol the policy of protecting British lives and shipping. A !.,: ., %  iknown lieuthe Hart did not hit nnv of the Nationalist aircraft. The Hart had now left the vicinity, but another British warship had taken her place on patrol in the nrea —neuter. CROSSWORD pnrp | j I I [i i> i 1---~[JT^ — -| r-T %  ^%  jt-r v ]^T_ r — ::::E:E the most IK. the flowering shrubs tutta our middle-aged garden is the Exora Exora is an ev< rather slow grow inn BBTUb, liking sun. good soil n ot water Under these i UM bushes will grow to a height %  >f 8 feet and be correspondingly sturdy. These bunches of tiny close parked flowers for most oi the j ire many varieties, bin eommon to be grown successfully in Barbados is the Bed. and the White Exora It can be grown from root suckers, cutting, or seed. Oleander is another of our lovely garden shrubs, all of the many varieties succeeding well in Barbados Oleander will grow i i a great height, 8 feet or ajure, flowers most of the year, and doe* best under rather iliv conditions, preferring u light sandy soil, it is grown easily by eulUnfJ which are often starter I of water. If the cuttings are started in water, care must be taken in planting them out as these roots are very del,.... need to be handled gent!) Ocrasionally at the beginning of the rainy months, cut back (lie Oleander shrub. Portlandia. with its pure white trumpet shaped flowers grpwa InAl I'lir inni.: Bomba Is Children's Meat By c. n. AT THt EMPIRE atarrinc Lou Hltfrtl? dramatic well ictttd, thai oi the. ottUnnr) I %  % %  infatthful hughand, wh tannit%  Startling Predictions In Your Horoscope* Your Real Life Told Free I Something no mortal Is entltla* u, (Hi %  >. ilii* uoovkiuair drawn out, <> W. TW rtturn of eUW. *l ID. for Ulls. rou'U •*'• %  lOUal prellj S2P"f" r.f\ Six-Power Talkt m from page 1 : and legal experts. They discussed ihi Trench draft on the working of the Schu16 Nothing bs.ni ana irocn iola< lo dm*. I*I is. Any "-..-II, %  „(! doe win oMr mioanunaod. til (7. Ra*e. perhaps, but not aiwsvs IlllS Cl.*'lrl. 14] \a. Esttact (torn II.K patent madlein*.
  • 26. Mai ba an aumpt but not licceuarllr a mi<*e*rui one. 131 J*. Unattended and foreotun. ^ L ^rovidin* s Bow uit. I-I i0O A so il and moisture, aiui every August. There is a double variety which is slower growing and not quite so hardy as the single. As it takes longer to grow it should be cut bach earlier than the single on.-, sometime in March, when flowering U ovei Then we must not forget all the lovely Bougainvillaea.-. *• Purple, and the Helen Ma. lean, being particularly successful when grown as shrubs. Thera i quite an art in UM successful arrangement of ornamental shrubs about a garden. Ornamental Shrub. :. be crowded or crammed into tosmall a space. The full beauty ol the shrub can best be seen when it stands as n were. alone, with enough space around it so thai at flowering time it.full beauty can be seen to advantage. When a sh.-ub is planted in an exposed place it is wise U> Dui in a stake to ensure that it i 1 "*" In a nice upright position. Tie the shrub loosely to the stake and re-lie every few weeks a. It grows. %  ...m turn. lhat sh epuld live the i :igh: of time RAM .-<-s thn: %  a, niivi it %  rear. A A.UII it going to %  I Libt Hei dUU % %  %  rsl in me face of ra i.-havtour %  ; playwright uith •• strong predilection for alcohol and a pertlCM* lag groat II •in a Selfliii to i degree, he igdUeU on torture* and Indlg) Ii 1 •. A thorouii) %  : % %  i elves a i (H-rformance. %  %  I ktogr, Mv r'oolisl, II. ..ri "MY FOOLISH UAetT" n rv playing at .lie I a hlghi) IITIJ Bus 'i I Da \ %  but even thou c;inii"t reacue Iho at ry g| .ii! times, common and cheap. .. It |, il:, i ilege girl %  at the time of the Una. BUti war, fall* violently In lore with %  i. %  with htm, %  after he had Joined up, I ... klllcti in I knowing upon, she docldei UJ % %  ber i**' friemi i U1 love TWl and proceeds to nan ni of their Uvea a well aa b ee o m lng i tf I'undil Taboc*. h-ii'. %  TMing H lywarw %  .111,IH-I I BBCSJ i,i urunketi s. If-absorption and Dan,. A tier krt Loll rnata and rota e/lth raj hiirdi' • li.i'wimi, and reasgtM ul Episodea s u c u a Sutan Hay I :in at her %  fee the chilli of %  i rUevei %  %  %  v nothing about, berdei ;.'itl commiin On itu atov.it the story and the charaCMrg, aru i thai :hc result tiling. Iloinha The Jun-lo !)y Aiiil ii...i f.u .. I I HgBA, THE JUNGLE BOY' : at the I'lazH i Mi. role of I .i Johnn) •i in the Tarian • a. %  Peggy Ann Qajmtr, who win be renxmbeii i m A Tree Ovewa [n B*eefchm H h ini from all the film ahoul i have a wide The Mury eoncerns the expi'ii• l .i runout phi4oejapher and his young daughter on a zoolegdeaj ex l M\liti lin in Afrtra. Ihiri legeeh tei unusual anii ..! the slrl beeoniee separated %  aa IH-T father, and her guide la kUl.-d. She is savttl by a wild white boy win. live* in the jungle < i protector and fiii-nd. Her father's efforts to tlnd ImparuMd i>> a triba f lion werelilppan aqd lag group if nearly wiped out by a plague ul • i-ii'.,. par, the awauon ^ saved by Bi'inl>a and there is an ex.ilinii .liniax. : HI is remarkable for its • %  silent photagngRay fat wii J HEAR or FAR ~ _*f-?^ ATLIMistKeSA;.. %  fl ,„, ELSIE IK. BCROEN cow • KllimMlliK FIRST IN Per.flRENCE THE WORIO OVl4 Tinarearsei ..# hi. SordlrliuBi M4 Ihr — "iJ uratin-al adI ur In Buim !" speculaiWii i. !• a %  a 1 1 fn^nlr.. LetUam. Ttavrlr i %  %  II %  I...H .rill.., i IHMl |H auunpa or i i JU FAM/LYFoodDr/n/< CADBURYS .._.llng In ._. IB. Hart of all saeued and all** wtin yxpectallon 10. Tna ot >ou C/ia/M^ i. AV ENDER *v r BACK AGAIN • w THREE STARS MATCHES &f SWEDEN'S BEST MATCH &f OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. Msdab/C 1, .'. ~..#only). Sireat, Somertsc. England [LOCAL AGENTS; ALEC RUSSELL A CO.. IARIADOI



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    K*Ct HH K SUNDAY \UVOCATE SUNDAY, II M IS, 15 MAL VERNS SCORE ANOTHER WIN Colony Team Go X indies TP.I I.I Mi. Men opened at Lerd'i %  In tiM MM plac %  < in %  nabb proud of oui having pm up the highest Lord'*320 for the loss %  USUS best of 277 In IftStf when J-i %  On the other hand the composition of the team -nd the collapse of the mlrtdle men ifter a good start has given us much food for thought In tin wonder th.it skipuei John Goddard had aguiu gone into a Test mated with a single pater, seven batsmen and four roeoanlsed all told WOMIKKING ring whether In the abaemtof Nines J< rd has laki I of using Worrell as %  mgiiig the unsuccessful Pierre Down Two-One TIIK visiting Malvum luotball learn got. th. viii.iv ..I their tour when they defeated a Colony JU Dy •I In Ihr.r at Kensington yesterday. Hiuctllwwy the G I Mrs S*vtfe accorrpanied by Capt W Umbrrl. I'nvate Secretary were amung Ihe large number (if spectaturs who witnessed a keen struggle on a rain soaked ground. The Police Band under Capt. C t Raison wa, also present and delighted Ihe crowd with a number of lively airs before Ihe game began and treated them to a display during the interval. Both team* were presented v> % i. srnoi afore P ,fl >' twxi" England Meet Chile To-day In World Cup Fixture RIO DE JANK1KO, June 24. i jbiful of their chances of bealinn England HI U>morrOW*l p<.| World Cup game in the Municipal Stadium i officials told Keuter that though he had not / E AHE wondi Skin-i l W Into the team. How.-vr. most of m fail thai >' least, assiimini: that I'm i dard. ..nd with this we .iniee. th..' hi have grt %  %  '. < •' %  %  "• ••' %  Alei Iruttdd of thl reredi with ChrtsrJsi In my oi to trieoecnMon but thl alb lot ib.it. t.i .• %  .tinal hntsman instead of another t>. ex(*rience at Old TrulTotd oonititut* I th.it might well resuh n ^iMiiiui t.i tosin thai concerned. rALSE BCONOMT f T %  lag might have m Goddard include ChrtftianI in case the situation got wot the course -.f Ihe fame; but this in my opinion weakens ihe composition of the team If Christian, is to I" played Si u wicket-keeper, by all means play him but to continue to include him in a Test team with Waleott on thl IT chance !h..: WalcoM nay get hurl Is a fillsnnd exiH'iiMVi economy. With regard %  > Ihe game itself I am among those who feel that up to Dl idy'l The hard mhl factl art' thai the West Indies baa i red 320 runs They may add a few lonai Valentine and Itainadhln being negligible factoi' as far as lun-gctting Is concerned On the other hand. if. a* I predicted lone i-rfnu* the First test team had Ron* into action. Jones pulls a muscle at Johnson did. and the conditions warrant a fast bowling attack, then our chances of forcing a win or even .sei/inn tic imitative bj Ihcso means will have diminished almost to itagi "( m.n-i'v. Even if Skipper Goddard worked up %  smart f t medium pace and Frankie Worrell bowled with devil the* could i ol bowl for such long intervals and maintain the necessary hostility as fast bowler s In their own right would do NO MORI-: MARATHON HOWLING O N too other hand, it it Is found that the wicket Is taking spin and VatenUna and tUmadhln just cunnot get the batsmen out although thev ;n. beati n g them time and again, the inclusion of iTilliams would go u long way towards solving Ihis dilllcully It would l>e unreasonable lo expect of yilantlna and Rajnadhln lo repeat their marathon bowling performance of the first Ti If conditions turn out to IH* ahundanlly conducive lo spin bowhnx Howewar, a-e h-v. slread) wored 320 run: v. n many more but England will have to make these runs and Ihere is many a slip twlxt the cup and the Up The issue U till wide open and tomorrow'.; play should illui inch wav victory will ga .. not was aCconiiMinu/t I ii to the Held by Ma;oi A H it. | i I'lf-idenl ol lha 13 A FA. Mi O S Coppm Honorary Secretary. Capt F C Capl W 1-ambert. first CM Hot the first tool of I.... .i( back, In auomot .luS'ri'o^thein^v'K '?^" I"net ihe Into the light eunicr of play ihe etttton got tb.u s.when centre forward ;.is beat Smith with a, w*p4i de John placed shot. during Tne Colony got their lone goa hen, as a rrdult of a good I'jr Spartan Gel Two Cups AT BA.F.A. PRIZE DAY ''i. riaftioj Malvern Football loam is the Ijest visited Barbados, a DlOf Vice I .. my last column before the Tunidad June Meeting starts ,..xt Ihursday and the:. imagine that the second bigJand play he had heard about their pruwrsw and fcesl mecng m the B W.I. must com* la foi some advanced discussion. reputation from experts, includinu Chile's own l.eorge First on ihe lut of important evenu will naturally be the claaslc Trial Kobledu, Newcastle United forward. stake*. At the same lime Chile-^are Only a lew weeka'ago V...' i.neaten son ol feal-ofEZS^^JSSTZ !" and Television, was a conn, med favour... M... three imprj.. best marl of the team >.:idonbtedl> made him hist choi. a Bui The ouUlde left Diaz is also a !lely reports from Trimdad nv %  0l a bit in the fast and tricky player, likely to letting. Last week he was first icpoued to have Kni-lied a gallop England right back Ramsey ,.,u,..,sly uMfl g...n aftOI laal Thun.da>'s work he did not please lha Worse still I noticed something in one of the piess leporls v.-i he-had nut heard bcfoii That U thai Waveciesl had lOngland May Carry A Masseur ball ,oin: Major A. .. TO AUSTRALIA LONlK>N June 25 lo players selected for e current Teat ... i id Use West (ndlea al %  told the afaryleboi A foal %  Paily" t*l Clu should send %  masseur with the England team to Australia during : the winter. Ma Maura are usually appointed ii. each cantia i>f UM I but it is felt that players' injuries peted in Ihe World Cup. n morrow's match will be theli l yesterday This occurred just i. i prcacntaUon of the ItfftO foolba trophies lo the various club win nera. by the Governor. Before asking the Uovernor lo would greatly benefit from .vard'movement, Drag-ton cent rent *. rc enl *** trophies. Major attention ol a regular masseur from the right winil for Wtlkc to foster on behalf of the Aaauciapreferably a colleague who knew m '"' *P p *! t on r'iniax with a i-werful shot from Uon w lTO ">' the Governor and them and the, r individual weakThe Chilean team for lomorrow s clow range. Mr Savage. He said that u.nesses. !" ** h l tJvingstone. Farias. i I lonv lenm sUrtaH tiovenior was a keen football fan The Australians took a masseu. Rnldan, Alvarez. Busquel. O without Smith their goal keeper and had witnessed many of tie t,, s.,nth Africa With them la:t caUo Mayanes. Cremaschi, %  the first five minuteRaac* names during the season not in an year, and found him invaluabl*,c<| o. Munor, Dinz—Reuter. ..ulntitute.H. They took the kick official capacity. but as ai.. ntB up ..gainst i ordinary interested spectator un ov pa At this stage Of the game die colony had no %  urners which wen taken by Chose Hum the *s/.l 'Aing bin without result. The colony gDOn fot .'elves two down when Putty" I^wts, the Malvern centre for ward, beat giKilkwui-r Smith with a well placed shot after nSOt i a good pjiss from Maitnec* wMn had cut in from the righi wlQI The interval was taken slioi > %  afterwards. Offensive On resuinption. the CosoUj team were, first on Uwe offensive and l.uens made a good attempt lo score when he ttn.k a sluri fnin ng ihe left wing which went ovei pl...< lie hoped that Ihey were enjoying their slay and would J lake back nothing but pleasant c memories of this tour. The Governor then presented ;| the trophic* to the following: s Mr Neville Medford. Capt. of i Spartan. the B A FA. and Knockout Cups. Mr. IDaniel, Capt of N ihe S...',.i Divthion Cup, and Mr A. J. H. Strctlv. Capt of l,odge the Third Division Cup. norl notice to supplement AH BJ ii. Prevent Recurrence Skilled attention and knowledge of the history of an Injury can do much to effect a complete cure and prevent recurrence Th.s should be achieve.! il a rafulai tnooeeui was appointed to a inuring team. The added expense would b" r:..il.inced -ime u uut%  ***. Charles Beckles who dietl IO UM local break of injuries may be checked recently plenty of trouble. In spite of the hot steamy ^'^^^l^jr^^ """* *ome son of lag I do not lour.. UM writer was referru be was said to have when In ti-uung lot Ui left fjhrutunao meeting, but this could hardly be me case. Did be net ion al Union after that with no ill effects? I •d to took place after Union. If it u *1 blow of ill luck loi the lavBlared in Ihe Trial d one in particular whom he defeated at Union has now aunost i. OH place This is Princess Rassiyya. oes in one paper last Friday by doing her Ac in i QM on Thursday last. This was the fastest gallop for the morning n W m %  U said that the track was supposed to be fast .ii .-pile ol ram in the early houi* ol the morning. Here 1 must admit ad DxraaU in a stale of contusion because II has been raining in i lor the last few weeks regularly and therefore an early morning shower could hardly have had no effect on the state of the going. 1 am therefore at a loss to comment properly on Princess Rassiyya's It might have been really first class or it might have been little %  than average. tf0QI usoloes eaj now find the grey Jamaican filly as one of the Ms*. labourites while another from that island Is also well up in the This SUB r;t... ,\ i.,. oak** out of Joy, BOB thi lab type When i '..^ bei : DOI all accounts she has coma Stakes then she i be 1 nal I UM had her first gallop In Trtakl Qfl -' half with Lady Belle m the good form and spirits The British team will aval) oi '.he .ilTcr to have oxygen tubes on the toil case any i near collapse owing to tin .i whiff. It is essential thai the wt*0*l 11 men keep going for the BO mimitet, as there U no question ,^^ ^ ,„„, headl of substitutes being allowed, even for the goal-keepcr piEngland have never before comth. Cricket League Meeting the chanefa of having to '• P*O r ng tribute to him Mr i fix .in i.n.i man would be "ewitt said that he was one of My lessoned. the most enthusiastic members Some counties in England have '' !" i bos done a great deal for. the Ireadj realised the value of a League and Its welfare. The killed masseur Yorkshire have league could not obtain success %  for Mime lime and like without men like Mr. Beckles. Middlesex, Surrey and Essex After standing fur live mlnutc:ir.clude him to travel round tbe the members heard the minutes of country with them. the last meeting read by Mr. The fashion Is developing and Hewitt. No observations or no doubt before long every counremarks were made.. In th' TEST MATCH and county will consider iilas mi a travelling mat ell spent. oal It • from page 1 He has been collecting Ihe ball I-.t.-i Malvern mode a raid anl on the hatfvolley and driving It on the righl wing sent smoothly iiwuy, but he seems to in a hard grounder which Smith have been picking his direction aJlected and cleared. It was not nnd pierced the del' ffl :' I'ng after ibis that the CeJjyij field time and again. their ..iCMimt iiravton. As for ihc English bowling, their outside right, who had goJenkins has been the luckiest ihey |„ ; , .. i ,|,,„,i tiie right I use the word advisedly.—for two obvious Wing and centred accurately for ,.f his wickel H. undeservedly earned the ball a i THE ANNUAL general meeting of the Barbados Cricket if ?"! !" .**^ "Il in Q S T." : niv favounte if nothing goes wrong ''T\C Ct ^Z^ l !u: > -k than she dkia turned out to express th. %  only two-year-old I have ever seen win opinions as to whal should be bef aprtnl faster than the ll class horses on the same day I have done to Improve conditions n sever ceased to be impressed by her. It will certainly take a very general. ... |„ beat her. irjtraWs: &£&?. """f, "< < * --• *-*-^s 2 %  %  rsi U-ague, Mr. J. M. UewlU Baked %  ***> WUe Of Lazy Hones. Of course it LS to be expecled that members to stand in honour or Mr. U VIUlanM will not allow us to see what Fair Profit can do %  y. Thin astute trainer never cares for publicity before wias Fair Profit came like a bolt from the blue when he won tbe Breeders'. In fad. this is an apt description of that P Kicssed to me that she thought 1 ntlrely out of it right up lo the time they entered [retch She even turned away in disappoint men I and was only % % %  hen her huobnnd informed her that he was passing %  then POM fair Profit has been under a cloud due to his two defeats al Union Park. Your guess Is OS good as mine whether he ., .ii come from under tht| shadow m the Trial Stakes. The small lirey gelding Luzy Bones is perhaps having a light preimanclal statement it was pointed paration. He Is the type that tucks up quickly and maybe Ibis exc ul that $100 had been paid v \ a \ M the absence of his name from the reports of the gallops. In nvU^XX^f^^ my booJt f^UJiave him .head of Princess Rassiyya but I shall have the St. Kltta tour. Mr. Frontenac Races Postponed Hewitt at this stage told th. that the B.C.A. Is not pressing them for the payment of the balance but it Is a moral obligation for them lo do so quickly. I let linn wait until after the race for confirmation. Theta |g One sure thing abou: the Trial. It Is going to be good race and I am looking for an equally good one to win It j;nnlkeeper Smi'li Up And I>uv.n Tile ball was BOW kept played to a draw. each side scoi ln| a slngl< Innu that first game thai thev were then trying to acclimalise themWllks I Mill Wittl I pOWselves to conditions obtaining .it Kensington and they misjudged the eiful shot ITi I bounce of the ball on .some OCI ll I til U the pace of Ihe drv The VisftOI tried to tut them and fast Kensington pitch. \ ruiihet m the lead and Emmanuel who forsook his usual potttil D of lull-liack foi centredurln| one o| thl ll aids forced lialfback gave a veiy colourful displ.n. BU WU a roving commission 'hen in th* centre sjBd he fulfilled thi* role with credit and to the delight .orncr which was nicely taken by and commendation of the crowd Manners from the right stdlB, DUl 1 !' ialy pi.tying well within himself showed glimpses of Ihe torn that has made him Trinidad's most popular forward, lie %  cored the cquali-cr for nil team. I low, swift shot Into the .oincr of Ihe nets. Wilh two da] iftei this game. Malvern enleti. pen ii this time opposing Spartan, (his season's BenlOl !>. % %  u 11 I bampj m S* well us ehumpions of the Knockoiil Competition. DIFFKRKM' TKAM BKATS SPARTAN T^JIIS was n different learn from that which opposed the Colts. Kensington has bardJ] leen MI b go exhibition of teemwork, : 1 and finishing powen The powerful Park team, powerful el lealt bj local standards, proved to IHno match foi Ihe eiettOTl Who subjected them to a tlioiou.h druhblng lo the tune uf nine goals to love. Lewis shot five of these. There was absolutely no doubt thai Malvern. on then Tliuisday's perforrnance were more than %  match for Spartan but at least two of the goal., might have been saved |i .ous al further scoring, the it goal-keeper Harris did not seem to have gone to nag ended without further '" goals had been scored. ..,,,,,. H K Bowga, Gibbons was off colour at back but iWcn piayeu Trie refaie was Mr Paul WiiReece. Drayte Gittcns at right half be I tan was the outstiuulnn plsyei on i ;m w h|le the linesmen werfl Lucas Chase ^ .. • Ml K, ,k WwardS UUt Ml Malvern: Mills. Ak.,1. Em.n.masatccnlie forwa.d ami Hind.-at inside rigid Kmman,, w Snv ,. r mtt n,.,,,,.,, ( ul , top notch T(!1 „..„„. „,,,. M uMow Manners, Hinds. Lewis. Garcia. After the financial statement was explained it was unanimously adopted. The next step was the The race for the Frontenac election of officers and again for Tropbv in Carlisle Bay yeslcrday, this year Mr. G. Brnthwaltc was winch' WOUld have completed Ihe re-elected President and Mr. R.B.Y.C I960 season, had to be Ramsay Vice President. called off because the western A ow ofllce r kecond Vice Stake Boat went adrift after beine. President was created, and this struck bv Kainboic. wegst to Mr. A. Myles. The presentation of trophies " b*" 1 re-elected Secrctar; however look place and utter"' the League Mr wardl SO informal meeting of tlu,t ho wlu -illringly for and his range-finding appai doei not always seem to be i the IK-SI working Holllei ..' kumcheek 1 did %  l*a better job. I'.' i IT was particu! ami deserved the two wk kek -liit Thirty eight overs for 50 v .„ hi owners, summoned bv Comruns is good going at any tune, modnre J II. Wilkinson decided wiil do hia bcjl lo end at DO ttme dU he fill Ul that the rriaitcnae Cup will be members of the dill, i score l£? ,,( %  rilmv carry the ball up to the batsmar, Uu, ,,,,.,„ ,. Tl ,| h( date was Bd en uT. 'to. m Z ,,l,, r "t" %  "'.' I ""-' %  J"' v 2 " 2.30 p.m Assistant Secretary and wingand ,'ha'.|,ead',l go"!v. ".'s Berry—Stead; with the same number of boats League Representative: only for Mills | ( ...ve For the lest ll, n. .lng. retarles of the Leter the Colo. good than Wanlle. hut the l.tler |o4 The Commodore, before the named. ^^^ Lb to equause when the wickets Certetnly Oeddard presentations, thanked the startWdki-s after henting Ihc hacks, should not have given him the %  • • %  "< i handlcappcrs for Iheu ailempted t., place the lull in (he additional success John swung very valuable assistance throuK*!left corner of the nets and bit Ihc wuutmlll raatuen, el one outside out the season. He said that .i.dside edge of the left upright the leg stump, missed, and the throughout the season th. In spite ..f nan. eflOftl I" both ball ncoehetcd on tbe WtnO i i.i r e 18 TIIK T.T.t. PLAT!. The favourite foe UN T.T.C. Plate, both here and In Trinidad is Storm's Gift. The great mare left acre ItitX Sunday bul naturally she has not had her first pipe opening gallop yet. This will probably come to-day. However she is not going to have an easy race. I notice that Devon Markc. has been showing very good form at exercise. IIIJ the 0M I i BDCCl to I" 1 the most dangerous although it Is possible that his owner will send him m the B clgal six. But I think his chances in the T.T.C. Plate will be better. Then there will be the two Jamaican Derby winners whom she will also have to handle The first, our old friend Blue Streak, and the second Applemoney. The former, as we already know, is capable of Hewitt "said turning in %  rousing finish when condiUons suit hurt and as the ontlnuc to work track will probably be on the soft side 1 expect he will not dlsapthe League and jMiint us. With regard to Applemoney, he Is still rather obscure. pit gat tt.i t clubs. was then elected and the and SecBTVil ' Glib US i. ni II... i. .. Wllk. GETS RED CROSS GOLD MEDAL PARIS, June 24. At the Hed Crns. Heat no official protests although h ere vestcrdav Mmc. Gilbert Hutharc ut-iv ono or two arguments bPrl Cuerin. wife of the french ivhieh were settled amicably". Ambassador In Canada, P i i cndil to all yachtsmen hc Gold Medal of the French tnou *' K.uly in the week it was reported that he I ..d a long plodding action and th.it he went fairly slowly over about a mile. On Thursday, he Is said to have toyed with Swan lli> Wither means very.much to me, In Ihe Bret place, his long plodding acUon might mean that he was not being let down or that he is a slow plodding type. Secondly. to toy with Swan Bay is no criterion. She is one of the worst of the imported* I know at present. It is quite definite that Applemoney will need a food turn of foot lo win In this company. He will there%  to do a lot more than plod nlong to be In the money at the Wine I expect, will see to that, lrf-okmg over the other events on the programme I see little to old to What I wmte last Sunday, except that Identify unfortunately broke down and this leaves the Maiden with only four runners. Ali ..nee Is not too pleasing to the eye she did a lei at full-bark i : rod Akal St fullback players that would grace any football field in the West lndi Colony XI: Smith. Proverhs Lynch. in Barbados", R,.,) Cross. Mo said 'hat Rtiinbou' was so she was awarded the medal foi aiudom lo win the Frontenac i-cr work for war injured refugee Trophy thst she cut the mark children in Brazil when her hus%  .v.irds asked Mrs Wilklnhand was Ambassadbr in that son to present the prizes. ...imtn fleeter splendid gallop last Tuesday, in fact she gave her Trinidad "trainer", Mr. Bethel, the jitters I l.eliev< he thinks he will now win with Corfu Instead "f Fanny Adams or River Sprite "Anyway, Fred, its I good tUnaj in have such a strong entry to represent you In the C L'lar* races." jCAR OWNERS... Get Better Protection Longer Life for Your Car's Engine! NEW Mobiloil • Makes Engines Cleaner. • Prevents Unnecessary Wear. e Improves Car Performance. e Reduces Gas and OH Consumption. •!*••> %  r-rwnnlitf B ... Cat Nw Mafcllo.l New Mobiloil help keeo yOvr engine f'ee ot depouli Ilia! cau.e wear, v.oi'e (vel and oil. Doo't risk trouble. Change to New Mobiloil, today. 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    SUNDAY. JINK 2J, 1*5(1 SUNDAY M>\ rx \TI PACE FIVK yniiiiMiiiiiiHiimiiiiMiitiiiimmiimmmiiiiiiiiiiuiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimmimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniininiiii %  niiiiiiitHmnimnmiHimiiiir m KIMMUII i i iiiniHi^ JUNE IS NO. 125 1 SPORTS SCHOOL The Bedser Twins Th % T f opic —But Last Week How About Piling Up Some Runs Look — H fYVfc yn Bin iliy batting •i the end of the seaaon and wondered why M nearer 3."(Hi !!-... %  ;\..i, Mr. Mediocre appan struggle lo reach hi* 1.000" Or have you w ntc-ic.l that wellknown pair batting togei thera in the middle a-iri why Muter score* twlee a* m.'O" mm twice n* qul< though they have in eq i of the bowline Watch ihem closely next lime: you KO to any ib-st-class match, i ihmk you will nnd the n this. Mr Master baa %  mil ani complete i,in.i i,f Mr. Mediocre* range is restricted He plays three or (our shot. superbly, but hi s scoring end with those three or font Straight | Si,.. CUT: A' I lit .'"urnHI s %  %  %  \.. We-tiCo. • ii illghi I ball N. 3; t, | | oft | poattton of f.-vt Ni. *S: COHCIU I bod Ida %  C RICKET is alv. between ihihi Heldlng side. Ttu vantage i, with the and, once it becoi known that a batM three or four men a>* batUn isman and the initial Ktfletdlng Mm-. i uu. hM '! %  %  iK thota, | n captain of th: fleldinu ride see to It that tnoie shot* are blocked by lleldsmen before they are even made. The scoring; stroke, in cricket can be divided Into two main categoric*: those played with a straight bat and thus* played wild %  croat bat. Now, providing you hold the bat correctly, get out to the plt.ii of the ball, get your head well over the ball when you hit it. thi straight bat shots — the drivesShould present few difficulties Remember, a straight bat is a safe bat. But a man who can drive without knowing how to play the crossbat shots will not score many runs: his shots will be blocked. So let us examine s few of the more unorthodox, and admittedly tricky *hots. First, the leg side shots: the hook, pull, and %  .-. eep The hook and the pull are probably from the batsman's viewpoint, the most dangernuof aM \ it DRIVE: A LEC BEDHEK rwnmrnU %  ill b> Mil Nn. I: It.,i i ad\ in II iwaj bw -i\ No. *. %  walllx "' ball armi I %  i i itralghi picked up; right fool mavtUg i • badjfj glggja ol bal face downwards and m i ai the wicket h ..r -is the"" 1 below level ol hand\o 4: Completion \ off-stump: elbows well out, N I *nOUld follow through with a roll of the ffrfatj Right foot in position whola walght trenafarred from left M-ep ihe ball low. Again mi u twii -don't tkkle H to right foot. No. 3: High! leg sllghtl; ban) root on #hii Fundamentally alng made u • the front foot n In both stroke* tn. Irani foot reTt main* .mchorcit whllr the i 8 pointing lo lilttlng lb That b one uf Ihg well-fuacad ftei at the wicket, or Just outside Iha leg stump, and the, idea Is to crack It round to the fine-leg bounds % The pull is used against th< Ufa ol ball pilchthe off-stump Thi* time it l< pulled round towards square le boundary. But remember thiymi can pull slow bowling bill you cannot hook it. In both shots the rlghl leg must be moved backwards and acre the wicket outside the line of flight of the ball. In both shots the batsman's body should be square on to the bowler when he short artualy hits the ball and should „ um|) Npvor a!u m , a be facing the direct on the ball f(M) mm „ bj k .„,'„ has gone when the follow through wlckt?I Thf>1] mc idea ,, —npleted. He anatid alwayi fOW hul through the air. cutting the ball off at right eOj original 0 111 I Even if vou have not jrtf .i lull rani e Irokai %  %  : %  fully exactly where '. i >r* standing, then vour *hnt< iu-it out of tt —LT.K. • itrBBa < %  >•% %  Bagh .: • %  BlaMSl <'•— %  tn, %  'iin %  BasseasssM %  IOW % %  %  t„ saaam %  Kol* %  i HaivMii IWI %  *hMii„ %  sat W a %  %  m %  • %  n •• no... t*n* i Sar* net ftl t.i „ ii ih. mmU IM a**-.. W OHMe *iti si OMaMBM hllw !.. %  I T-• 'All aiirKMM IH Ml 1 %  % %  •-*!' lB(kt • -l>i'.Ugn'' ... I,... -l^ I -,*** %  all day I onf Tli* r.ii.ierr.ii MM in i.., sarAsI] aaagi log) •hnvrar y.mr-H NM DVSS .n, (Wlimere lloiiquei Taletim r \i wani after evarj boll ever] baahe, Tban all day bmg > %  •>> %  in-ui.uiiiu fraahnaaa will he) ii rj M paw rrhwda i %. % %  ., kin will aw marvaUBsss .dken usnaajra i lhare -iii Heetai .i i > ibalj MduaUva rtegfwiaa. %  at Qawinwre ltoii l( iiei ,|b THI urn I'.,,l. r w.lh the frgmnce liml umi love. tnsliiiiere Bouquet TALCUM POWDER l!.--f ...I "" J J I 1 cr fi..i.. mm (Wi MM ft-n plavrr. %  wire, flex and cables tr-: : -f":' z& All Ready For Kuro/MGrand Prix VOt on the back foot I.K MANS. Parhi June U ii Manuel Fangio. world length, wi.ic 4 of] ng driver. who i *;u with Qonaalfi in the !* %  Hani 2* bout Grand Prix hori IbJi weekend, lodagr: Lip The new load Mlliaci improved turns and better strean lining are anpaclaid to see nil previous records %  maahed. —geiriei THE PULL Sr wre fo piiof on fne bac* foof all shots to play, and. until! reallj mastered, jihould not be attempte.1 In match play So get down lo it at nets and master them. Ron The? IHflVr I N most leepeeti Iha stroke is the same to slmhtly different balls The hook Is used aaam-t a short-pitched fatish ball directed r.iv'l— llfang]rriiiH T KI iween Ig usually employed agnlnat an ovcrplt t htd ball ••< the off-Stump It is a lovely %  hnl to watch and to play: but it is ( You move youi left !"? 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    1WC.1. MX SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 19541 Barbados Befo re And After Waterloo ll> Ja.li a. MiMM %  %  u %  i %  ..... %  %  %  %  %  : IK on ti> %  %  • %  %  %  %  • I ... %  . n It BITi %  %  %  tcb were Mi'" l M %  %  the uih J ''"*" ">* batten.-rives, tia! %  I %  b, U Geaoval, lighting; AmsterDuring the years %  M Militia Parade Ground. •for* the gale, covered at %  ; texts and 1 td to i-igh about | I a few rusty old guns. fi d, and it is i<-inarK;i(ilitn.it the ;ireh roofs at ! Of the " proceeded to bloek%  hames), which was tc t directed against the %  i and on the 101 MB IBB Bay battery which Lord Franeif with ten guns, and at Speightsh a aed an act "for the town one with twenly-iive guns. ral ,. and ndlrvtltm ,1 i .„. Innrimg places between the JO0.000 pounds <>f sugar, tow.n di baUeria war* defended by eg of fortifybreastworks of stone. thi pttsen' |n UiHlt Knglaiid was again at war with France, and 'he House ..1 l>. Ruytcr. after of r\aaemblj trow money fur Sir THE LIONUM V1TAF, WALK >n Quern I Park with Qurrii. Ilini.. la the background. In the lUnstsentli century Barbados was head qaarteni of Uie Imperial Forces Ui the Windward and Leeward btluudft, and "Queen's House" wa> tho residence of the Lieutenant (leneral-hir,.d.-; Militui. horse and foot Here all freemen were obliged tu antar themselves Into the ngiimid of their own district. The tarUflcalinns are manned by 15S imitre^ses under seven chief gunr.< i twenty undrr-cun"'* '' Tin proves thaf an extensive buHding programme was earried out twtween 1702—SB. In |imuaiice of tho Uuke ol Jdchmnnd'n plan for d f the West Indl.i IgJMllaf. the forl Dent ions nt St Anne's Fort wen further increased iH-tween 1789— ':' The island merely contributed .. *f siav- (or building, according to the eststtng law while tha imperial Qovernmani bdra tha otht i niiiaiiK In IH31 the G urn son Millet t-a %  m > tram tha hui aai Samuel H>de. of the Fatal llnnn.iiu i Barbados Suffered in Augu. %  1811,' which relates "Shot Hall, the raaldanca M tbe Offlear Cooimandiosj U %  the W> t Indies, reeeiverl much injuo. •Vt TV out building wg I earth; thigarden WM owepi of every plant. The New Mililai-y PTIROII, COnti lining 11 cells, all of Which The Chapman Pincher Column Cheating? TIIF FXISTFNt F si thai quirk of the human loleUeel which BWat f'>lk call 'the power of "and over matter" was clearly demonstrated during recent tests of the new I'ghtmng cold-cure" drugs. US Army doctors tested the drugs on 190 soldiers who reported sick with head colds All UM it.r, pen told nan w-uiit ba given eoad-coxe tablrt.s llul N nf them wa re actuall> given similarly shaped tablets of chalk in-lead. Within 24 hours 27 per cent, of the men who took the chalk claimed they were complete! cured. Only 16 per cent, of those given the drug said their symptoms had gone. More Bile Tilt: MOST infect false teeth modern Science can provide still fall far -hort of the naturd article in biting power, accord!ni; to measurements made by Swedish osaaUat l>r FOI.hi: STREXGEB. An averagely strong man or woman with a full set of natural teeth can exert a biting force Of 1461b.. Strenger reports With false teeth )aws can bite with a force little stronger than 45 lb. Gangster Fish FONII FISH winch turn gangL-r. gobbling up the eOfiunultfty'l nail fry instead of rooting out their food with tha cured of cannibalism illogical treatment. V .S fishery gssarta claim. When big-inoulned bass are put into weedy ponds some ut the biggest invariably move into secluded apotf, shunning the Bhaal, except when they strike t<> snap up some straggling youngster. But scientists found that if the weeds are cleared so that all the fish are forced to mingle th<* gangsters soon develop a social conscience and return to a nonfijh diet "With everybody well acquainted nobody tries to eat anybody," reports Professor ASH LfcY MONT.ua'. INDIGESTION? Try Just ONE DOSE Of This-. P Just one dose of MACLEAN BRAND VIUMACH POWDER relieves Flarulcncc, Heartburn, Nausea and Stomach Pains due to lodigeuioo. Proee at yourself today I But be aure you tfei renuhie MA(J-HAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER with the •ALBJ-Ch ROSES W/C( short drinks I. M.B. nlMHSXIO. Il'll. THIS SWIVEL GUN. which has sine Denmark Fort now 8t. Peter's Alrnsh 1 4ie.cn reuiovfld. used to bn at The Uno Monkey Would Not Be Left Behind laboratory use on a liny isloeo otT the Hie of Pines. Two hundred were put aboard an airplane at Idlewild. At Miami they all escaped After two hour* 1W were recaptured. r..m tltllltRKK ftlOK NEW YOHK. At v ik '' Qutteaa, tun ma running a gacu ral itOfa whose customers arc thousands of uiiles opart Within tne last tw day! 11 b*J and 1 "vaecmc to'flght ' C"^T" 1 i ..idle typhoid outbreaks It has sent monkeys to Cuba, smallpox vaccine for aanlemanta in the Andes, and aalibnu foi Uic Bcaporl towns of Venezuela. The Uno general Itort |M under the unwieldy name of they heard ited chatter from inside the landing gear and found Iht monkey, unharmed, in a eornei where he had made the llight a an outside passenger Atomic Materials The store handles atomli "tlie materials. To co-operatmg nation? ran-Amcrican Sanitary Bureau, the USA. mafco *" %  * regional office of World Health radio-active materials from Oak Organisation. Washington %  rUdn. Tennessee, toibe used ei h i %  Upuad iron lungs to medically or on research pro mfantite paralysis vievided the results are made knov.ii **" *" V ^ m J ^angcmenls for Uie trai.fe. One Was Ml** %^jlg£*%&'I(1 rheeU of more than 2,OO0JOkuig t %  irengthen DDT. to which Mnhave rapidly become resistan', report that by mixing It with a chemical—not yet on sale—they raised the casualty rate among sample fly swarm from 42 per rent, to 88 per cent.—L.ES. •V>tf M W *"0W /,„„ ,0U much lovclier ^ur hair can 1. k No other iKampoo (!>ci jau tha •am* maikal LANOLlN-bltnd lathar forbaauoful, luuroui hi... wspie-_ Tonight he can i new sheen in your hj"\ TB. its careiuble softness. Yes. tom|rif.. if you use Luitre-Creme Shampoo todar 1 Only Lustre-Creme has this magical blend of •ecret ingredients plus gentle lanolin. So rich-lathering in hardest water. 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    SCNDAY. JIVE , p."" SLXDAV ADVOCATE PAGE SI V I s Whiz Quiz-No Relation Earl iv am i. y it!:. Qm | I MM! Hette ,v**nc %  %  • i If. John 16 IVrothi aitthu I i n.i i. Fi jnk itnini-.%  ur) .i%  ———* II. Frt-i iMmmtttOi, G-f. n novalUl > (MM Prank r>x*teli c un F. (•dmii. i S Upton (Dwnlktt), magnate! — Sinclair .novelist). John I. nan vkMli^Mi .:oe | ciit (wcua u -toman >, Clare is. Oaten lauruteae mtuu< • rail I MtlglT I — l Elizabeth t actress). Deems and critic), Robert (actor). 20. Douglas 'general). Charles %  ight) f Wall %¡ pro) i sti rj wrHVn — ? > Helen [Concrajnroaun), Paul (.Senator). Lewis (Amba*wtlliam o ISuprenv C rt J lb e I i. (creator, i| Htandkt"), H art R (railroad magnate). R mil tccmrdaan), Budds (footn. .1 fai | II John E (FBI cWafUtn), i 1 Vl < % %  in* la' I %  Lan). Edward (opera Lm ? 13 KM.(rttdlO singer t, MarS sret (Senator from Mabu-i. lexis (flbii star). Betty <, author! M Usbeth (actress). Clyde (football atar), Hawmmd (musicnn). Randolph factor) In This Logical? I P you toss up three coin* tha. are juat at likely aa not l vume down alike (.all heads or a'd tails) For two of tha three ,ir. miMl erne duws. cither tails M heads Suppose llM two alike aihead* Then the third coin nviuiNt a* wall .t head as a Uil so The chance i-in even in tha trie third coin will be a head I the reasoning correct 1 qaa PUTHX %  ***• m ean n %  [• n> SMIM IIJ MO Muift i „ '"•i" an w ii i-N an I*M So beautifully easy• • so easily beautiful GOLDEN BELLS AND MINK TRIM NEW HATS %  It-view Rupert and Miranda — 26 wbolr li<1. UIWII| your ban |b>—um wilh boiurf. )U iMunM UtvlltMB tn.m iha I-!ind MEb b* if -hip. ap into • -' -< f |'i. M* bow Tu banjtowa wkh bfakb; lr.1 hwv i ..n.Kfcik ii i. Wbtf %  wocvUrl nl difltatoi f BrrUOua mUn In EM*> ol •* oAiunac No pnpamioo, BO IPKMI rtorn -TCI. %  "• n '•.UIIIUUT ctur III BOHOUQ vow bur la cutwl, Cbi ta*l> •* %  da *- I I r am there's more foam in BRYLFOAM THI ORIGINAL CREAM SHAMPOO IN A TUII II* I. ...II I I'-killl' 'Mainly Personal 9 Tangcrvlla. Khainse*n. and irwab, or gold -tuddc* lull.Oobjers QlMt) were the cjlou-1\\< A-.tioii uf llif.ht "Jint predominonsl In a show ul i. : pUUay by double wtniied .faathIhii week It was a coers. by twisted felt curved at the led culk.-tion by th* A-*ou."-. ntd by hurt split bi iti\. claU'd .MUliipery Deslfnsrs ol There Is a raturu to the very bold in the glltterinft feminine draped bonnet, ballroom of UM I>)ithes_ei In -ral ahOWII kVt ck'inui May (air. .urn ii i.uikc*! kb< end in pink velvet, with ao ilFashton Fsvuilftal bock. A large ostrtek laaihor We fat) it va pity Hut drea* curled round one oar to form a •minMlacturers do not (I -lirrine wheel. In vivid flame .ii the name way Then possibly colour, on tiny cloche. Twelve%  iv. OHBtapi "i diesaea inch pheastmls' leathery swept and coat* would baYTC >>me 'leftforward to decorate a stitched **^* fawn hal fin the anoi-iitig Reason. rarnalntng In one's mind like ;• The new ex agger alf d torward kalridos-opic pattern line was Ulu.strated by a hat like Man) famaaai MUUDery design; beer-eater's with a peak In front ers Umk part in the show — but llalfwar through the show a tnenwag great %  ecraci over th' take-up expert from a famous Bflcei As some of the hats wencosmetic firm enme on to tell us trimmed with mutation mink apd mat -hats and fac.-s ha\ ,Ml <* ver > vain or In a very great hurry before he pays to have bis work puhlWhed, he will send it on BB rounds of likely publishing Arms and his growing collecthMi of relips will give him no: only a spur but also some stand-ard b> whn-h to judge his writing In the West Indies you mu-sl order >our book us you would order your suit; 01 you remain unpublished. There is no one on whan test your merits neasstv l'a.i-r. vO bo*. UMe* Arounit fluftinnUin'. r., ..i,.. hM knowina L*ins MOU. tat MM. In tore TIM ivnunrtiy ul Truuv' Or the lovely phrase "Tune meet* hi. match this evening And there are others equally felicitous But loo much of the writing consists of abatfSJCt imrges. loose, unevocative phrasing, which m-nkes one wish Michael l.>nch hntl waited, could havo hod the useful disciphne of resnd dis.ippolntment Meredith sa.s -oin.wh.nv Well. there you have the secret of good plumes, this %  ka i.i i through fie ages." She *** b : These reflections work: to plod on and still keen that is not possessed by an* nute -i... hamlm. fva.li tlftph-ml I !•*> %  •(> „ .._ -_ .Villa . oi tangerine, with a tlnga ot dc-*-eyed look long, long ago. and net in it. Khamseen was a stone Ith a yellow InnRO tireen was all Its name Almost a Uwusarul women wdtehed the show — and twothirds of them were buyers. About a hundred came front oviraeai \JhnX did they like best about th-* hats? The exquisite workman ship, the stitched draping, and tlw mmaculate finish Small (Advocate Company: %  ] 00 nd tract-,! the colour "scheme *li"(* in his crnrtsmanflhip as W nt Interest they all look Ha4a mixd Han TI.. D Kaymondc, famous May....... il-i t e,> hilt not too small Many dip to that "hat* and hair go UJgathef Partners In Crime sine, and many more iavd UM ..nd sweep Thero seemed to be an Eastern influence about some of the hats. "Maharanee/* was a pale pink ed draped hat with a .sparkling ornsm rneni toarlni high tn the front, a* and there were satin coolie hats trimmed with beadinfl. Metal veUtaj was near to us it kepi it-; ihape and one brae was aptly calletl chick A ere new and beautiful. Too often he said, women wear hat because then hair is untidy. He produced rwo small tails of hair i:e called "Muitor. Chops'* attached to fishhook nuuutequ NEW NAME due to enter the lists of crime-writers BJg Me^ And who is Mr. Reed'' A and fixed Ihcm •""•mbination of Eric Ambler and \above Charles Rodda (known to thriller anything i nd the craft of the short blank verse line Is a hard one to learn 111 done It is as flat on the ear i an advertisement Poems of the quality of the one I quoted above and In that Slei der Moment' demonstrate quite clearly that Michael Lynch has .-.ti-. sensibility and a feeling for word and image, and with tbosi gta, and an irony of which he do. not iel us peg enough, b*i.a the equipment foe poetry, l look forward to his next volunvwith considerable plei Until I'opluvm anis, to sweep over the "cheek* "nlh us lasts ; i Gavin Holt). Then ..nd take away "the '-bare look" )i"l effort will I*called Bkytlp, "Flat tops'' he told us solemnly I asked Ambler "Will you cill i. (he iTtaajM build up Eliot Rel as a distinct %  appear, and short hair is here perM-nnlily"" Said he: "We'll '.., n*e could ha b help eae how Skytip goes.' Then he ,i mbertng thai not so many went back to work There was elephant grev with J*ws ago. Raymond raved about book of his ownllr.t tlaca tu of deep green in R: moon a woman s crowning glory, and started screenwritlng with Th? i.l. M pressed grape; burgundy: pleaded with us to preserve our Way Ahead. claret and honey %  % %  "--• Axel Munthes The Story of Materials wer.Inng-haiiTd silk inustraf-l are [wo tyUeal hat* Sa n Mlcbele, puhlished in 1929, velours: satin; velvet: plush and '' oni _J fl f collecuun. One, by has bwn reprinted 75 times, iransfur. Trimmings were the loveU28?Ti If V e !" h?aux model la^d lnto J 0 tanguages. There ires' vet Tinv ?olden bells tln':lcd *th high trimming ol fringed no ^Uckeoing in demand on one model, great sweepintc f P re v "da deep sideways naradlse plumes decorated anoth*epDutallais showed a draper We noticed too n plpned beret in Khamseen and black cleaner caterpillar. trrfrleseent v 'y' T He added an amusing plete blrdi fringed „ u 2s. 6d. edition September. %  ii %  ii i scroll of mutation mink, golden leaves, and Chantilly lace. Among the i meant to be nOtlC mink tnot nd, of mink 'cmlne round nr-l tvir. ^ cktail ha with iewellerv glinting round the large brim had a matching Jewel necklace which held 'he veil in place Inspiration Aage Thaarup, the Queen'. nailUner, uirnei' to the old poslil%  f. i whirlwind The most fabulous hats were those trimmed with expensive furs, black satin and phantom lelti and stlver: hie mini;, all matched fur stoles kea And the hats that we ah lemenbeied when the show was i ver? A close fitting elochn roni|Kwed of Ceathers in autumn shades of bronze and gold, with > waving feather curled like a iiuestion mark above Butteryellow birds of paradise nestling And here is another prose writer of perenniol popuiin'\\inslon S. CtwjresOU bck.s*wi* have ordered more eoplea t The D| Julj twc vehimes i ThN Grand Alliance. than of the first his war memoirs to 832 pages. John Giuatbrr who has wr.tten Roosevelt m Reiruspeci, aan The book is an attempt at m weU as a mere natrative'' It will be publislud In Autumr a blocl. hat with a white curled ]ltem nnd cartrru veWe u, crown, and buckled strap. A vHi h ,., d b a ^^ .. touch was gddeu bj an Thp hatB „,. Wou ] d rather fi enormous sweep of Drill lam Brt? The etiQpnou %  reen net which lied round and brtmj, | M ded with fnnt loll to the waist at the back flowers, worn by members of th Small bats for cocktail time audience, which iruaranteed thi .cere often m blacx satm or no-one sitting behind them roul velvet ti tanned With sequins, m anything The Latt Cose of Trent Was a orest pi.bUsfu>i0 enent And Klefihani i Work, iartdenraft ( /s also 'hat o/ E. C Bentle;,. Chronological data: Ed drooping Clerihew Bantley. bam 1875 Trent. 1912; Elephant'* Work. thi week. WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED. LXS mi, 7 are a mi ii i menace kill/them with mW$ 4// PiH contains D.D.T. FLIT IS AN (gg) PRO DUCT



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    SCNDAY, JUNE SVN'DW ADVOCAT, PAGE OTNK 95 Register For Course Of Lectures H is Been ii m %  a '-The Nature and Sic os of I'ublie Administration' 1 by Mr. Erie G James, M.A., at the V.M.C.A. on Tuesday. June 27 at 8 15 p.m. Ninety-five regUtiatlons have already been re— reived for this A REL1GIOI S SERVICE will bo held at (ha Y MCA at 4.45 o'clock this evening Th? speaker will be Mr C Hi* Springer AM >oung men arc specially baVtM F IVE LECTI'RES and MM Film Show will be held at the Y.M.C.A, during' the month of July These lectures will be espsdalh for members of the Barbados Clerks' Union as well as all other cleikx employed fag Ctt) flrm The first lecture will t* %  Whi clerk* sheuid be in 4 I nlotv" rod KIV.'M b) Mr .! S B Dear. Rarrlster-at-Law, on July Mr. Au'irey Douglas-Smith, Resident Tutor of the U College of the West Indies, will give the next lecture on "The Weal Indies Through EnflUli Eyes." on July 10. On Ju)> IT Mr J W II Chenery will give a lecture on "The Value of Trade colon* in a Com %  nunlty" while a British Council Film Show will be held on July 21. Mr. E. S Burro*e:.. Laboui Commissioner, will give a talk on "Coal ml Using Indices and other Labour Statistic*'' on Julv 24. The final lecture for the month will be given on July 31 by Mr D. LucSmith on "The Employers Point •f View." T HE Y M C As ACTIVITIES for Monday will be Lawn Tennis and a Gym Class at 4.00 p.m. Meeting of the Seoul Patrol Leaders and Seconds at 5.00, Table Tennis Competition from 7 to 9. and Basket Ball Matches in Division I and II from 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. nrmO OF THREE bicycles X which collided along Indian Pond Road. St. Joseph yesterday morning, were extensively d PARTNERSHIP FOR THE TEST WM CTcpvfCif. •>• au\w.tmwt9tin aged. Lloyd the riders of two of the cycle were injured in the face and head but Clayton Brathwaite. the other rider, escaped. His cycle was only slightly damaged A N ACCIDENT occurred at %  the corner of Swan and Lue cas Streets at about 12 noon on Friday between motor car M i**3. owned by Torrence Best of Brlttons Hill and driven by Lewi* Yearwood of Prince of Wales Road. Bank Hall, and a bicycle owned by Alwyn King nf Enterprise. Christ Church, and ridden I damaged. Tax Gone; Rents Up A resident of Button's Cross Road. St. Michael, who has felt the result of the abolition of the occupancy tax in the form of an increase in the rent he pays, told the "Advocate" yesterday th.it although he naturally dues not like to pa> Increased rent, he preMALARIA IS BEING FOUGHT IN JAMAICA NewTelegraph gj Rates From Barbados THE problem of malaria in Jamaica for the most part i limited t<> a number of areas all around the coast line where then iW i Kterwivv swamps and marshes Dr. J W P. Harkm-ss. CJtO, O.B.E.. Medical Adviser to the Comp^Tleirapn' "RO.UI.' V %  roller fol Drnli pmi'nt and Welfare lold the "Advocate" Revision num. Cable and W Architect Praised By Housing Board TH1 HOUSINO BOARD praised Mi .'[< %  %  liivi-Miinetit Arxhi%  eKpialnlng probfrMU t" tinBoaril," "hh intere*! in theii affairs" and "h.• %  tinting in giving his best opinion ( Mr Crowe's contract with Cov* ernment as Architect comes to an I end shortly and he uiV be reI turning to the United Kingdom He served on the Housing Board j in an advisory capacity. Mr. Heckle* said he wished it %  to go on record that *...• %  appreciated his ever readiness to help He would assure Mr Crave that they would miss him for Ml geniality in the wav la which hf explained everything The cOftfltVr.ce the Board always had about hi* decisions was of the highest Mr Adams supported \1i Heckles In his wish that their RDtirecintlnn should go on record It ...> untotUMta mat Mr Crow m leaving at such a ttnw, whaft things were not as smooth a* thr\ ..mid u\ but it InavtUibie thai KUCk would happen tn a place like H.iiliudin Baibadok had three centuries of traditional er.rirt*>ii ol outsiders to overcome The fart that he had been crlttised showed that he had been doing something and there would always be that tendency of the Barbadian to consider themselves at experts on every subject He thought that WDM Mi i nuc looked back upon his services in the island he would have flnothing of which to be ashamed !" Il would most likely be glad of gi i i .enee h| had gained Ai far at the Housing Board was con, It was Inflolteli 'i %  have a man like III CfOWl Who gave good opinions, than someJust sitting down and pleasantly -ndling Mr Crowe thanked the Ho.i their tribute and said lie WU \ pleased to have served in Barbados. House* May Be Moved Thf Homing* Bouni dtcldtd la How people to remove houses mm the congested p.m of the • (In pair 11 Bo guided A wise inoiher lets baby decide aboui the milk foi bottle feeds. Lou of energy, steady gains, contented days, peaceful nights--the** tell her what h mosl wants to know baby is doing splendidly on Ostcmulk. Why can mother pin her Unh o (irmly on Ottermilk ? Rcvaiuc. where brass, leedini; u dirti.uli 01 imr-'-iM.it is tbr perftct aubatitutc hirmothn'* milk. Ostenuilk Ii linen vark 0ow*i milk, dried timkr the most hygienic condldtoi. The protein, arcst l-vh buudaa, U made easily dlgettihle by Oat foliar drying pr^* And impoiiam isldiiioni ire made: Iron toennchthe Nnod lugar to mmlitv ih^hod |..r nnv Jm.Mi.ir.* Vaamio |> < help build itrong bone* and teeth. iHicrmilk it made by OUso Laboraioriei lid., who, alruc iyo8. Ut\r Ken aaBgfMn >n ihe developmeni of the best possible loodi foe haWas. Steorfy progt tmih 50STERMILK It right for your free copy o( illustrated Baby Book-Phone 4675 AS an outcome of the International Telecommunications Convention (Atlantic City 1S47) and Parti ireSharp Reduction pancy Tax In one lump sum lie said, however, that he .... fearful for the future with prices vain., of everything rising the way they kre at present. Even when one's •iidary WJmen .. il in proportion to the increase in the cost of living, and in any event, a rise In salary to-day was usually followed by a rise in tin* price of food, and clothes and shelter to-morrow. A resident He said that %  good deal ol already been i U OraMfUJ results have been obtained in controlling the dlseaae. various problems. Ill Addition In addition to that, I Darkness said that an cxpenen, ectontologM. i>r Muirhe Thompson, has been Or, bkM ha, ,u,l turned "" 2j S^SL^TSiSS. Brltton-Hill the cycle wheel \*uinr t\ M i.„, r..,.~r i other woman—was fairly angry as *\OTOR i AR M lo owned ^ 8howetl tn,, Advocate the con•. K e. 0n w y 9-?, mPn dlUon of her house, tho rent of BtniUhn nf Straughr, i Vdl.gr. which wai we ntl7put up. St Joseph was Involved in an "imagine anyone being ^sked to cWcnt at the corner of Jemp., mo !" for „ placo llke this," she Rock ,3d. She could not do any better, however, she explained, because from Jamaica after i with Mr ( Il Symea. OJ.E., Officer m charga Of the InseclieideReacaiTh Conunittee. England. Dr Miiirhi'itd Tliompson and the ,f Culloden Ho.d ,.,„„.., .. M „ ||(al s,.^,^ on %  5f 1I W i-iatier* rclatbii to the future V": yet gone up—not that sho was planning ..( manirto control hoping that U would. She waa H ,said lha* thmami convinced that the house she ocdiff Pr .-d so much in char* cuples Is not even worth what sho Bp v M | m.th. :. hi t to be arorkod ii paying to-day. out for each arat. A Dayrcll's Road resident—onIn view Ot Ihe prulili %  mfiimteri the oountrv. Ihev givni a gront of £38,00(1 I vices and la making a long DTK InvwurpiUon into the habits the various anophemo im V|iil' in Jamaica. Jamaica has very nt*il marshes which breed moauv OTTAWA JUfM .'i Rutes on cablegi.nn> lailn graim transmitted from Canad.'i 10 other parls ot the WOTrM Will bi' "sharplv reduoed from Julv I the Transport I^pa-lment announced to-day All other cniintric* were )oinCanada in rod* Il %  barges as a result of ilacfcllorl •rH'oT 'tbT^mm ordinary !**• '"' *• lnKr-.alim.al Tele full rale. Minimum charge urapli Confeiviue in leas (W.I.) Ltd., in con|uncl with other Telegraph Administrations announce that reduction and unification of Rates proposals will come into effect on 1st July. 1950 ( The main decisions are as foll lows: Unification of Hatetor Or dlnary Telegram in plain '_".* language. Code or Cypher at ill be egram. for 5 words per The aid i ,i:• irolillcly. and there Is a god KM: Ordinary Rate if endemic Qialarla in areas of the country In addition to other areas which are subject to epidemic outbreak* At rirsi, the CSovoitunoni ot .';.mulca %  tort*] off with j trol areas, but with ihe help of the k ranl from Colonial Development V ..j m.,w...,. %  !....u...._ i .1.1. Hainan 1942 from Cdonfcq IVvelopment :id E !" lh f/ h v r ^ aide ..... ... '. Ill _1llh, lKll„, I,. >M.1^1,r til >l I : oils I^ne and Collymon Friday evening. d Welfare fun. £100.000 for rapltal ^e^ a.'ide Ii additloi rks was lo extend them to nearly 3d li-cajihere dralna*". >CHI plan with £02,000 (or reprovisional ten and other niethoda of controlling V. 1 !" 1 rfcinnn or n-_ mosquito breeding in thosi* marsh u -,*:.'?. RedurllMu. Il: Kadi (iuiana (Oeaxgartowo) Trinidad (Port of Spain) C.ienada, St. ViiKi-nt. St Lucia Antigua. St Kitts t llritain and Northern Ireland Canada (V Imp.) Department | VarioiK rtduetloni would gfjpli |i *> 11 >" %  '-' %  i• mi. oiM'iiiti'il i> the <';>' fh-i Overseas TWacont i OTporatiOfl nn*•""< . . "' *• %  ami If fKa *vini>au4 ,! %  I ,111ai—laa M:^;i„^n; y a v d ;s„;, h r sL**is>x&£Ss: Earbarees Hill Both cars damaged A T ABOUT 5.50 p.m. on Friday %  *• an accident occurred on Light foots Lane between motor car M-1817 owned by A R Broome of Villa Road. Brittons Hill, and a bicycle owned by Samuel Maloney of Lightfoots Lane. The cycle was damaged. would move In next day and even pay more than she was paying Just to get somewhere to live. Housing Schemes Wanted She said she hoped the Government would soon develop their ... housing schemes like the one at B^THM of Col the Pine, so as to help the poorer ;|IU| WH(.ir.\ A Scheme %  ] del (iovernment for the expciulitun.' "f Hi"' munupro vlried in the Uui year plan, ant) prellminary t" ih.it. on th'i.,l !).,-lop ,n! • G RAFTON DOWSES of St Road. Chrlat Chun-h mosqi i.rea have been carried In these malaria control areu. the sugar planters are co—operating quit* ntenaJvely and w>me nf the nioiiey from the sugar wlfare fund i' being set aside al a IM this puriMise. Or HarioMOJ said that he • ultable for plan'ing sugar rtrne. The result of this work i< that ma'.arla is much lest prc\ ]t %  'hi* area. was i class of people who had no houses ,,,, ltr \i, Syrnc of Die lnsectleld of their own. l.esearcri Comrnlttoe In England Told that the Increasing of rente t, %  ..., ,,,: -,, nvtow I I was probably due to abolition of thev had alreody done with tho the Occupancy Tax and the sub{32.000 and to advise them a to slitution of Ownership Tax, she planning of future work agreed that the Vestries had to raise their funds from some source i>r Hnrkness s.ilrt the] Hi lured after he fell from his blcybut said that did not help her any Byrnes on o n ., J ". ng TanWn*' more as far as her budget was A II Hadawny. were tl Jtall Road. St. Joseph at about concerned. • —, who initiated the first experiment 720 a.m. yesterday. The bicycle. "How about all that political |n the control ..r ma | i %  which struck a guard wall on the talk concerning tho Introduction of •. ial spraying of houses in British southern side of the road, was Rent Restriction legislation", askQulana with DDT which h,-.-< damaged. ed another man from this district practically tllmlnatod the worst whose rent has also gone up. A s t'Sl'AL live shows will be Landlords are taking advantage of ; the coastal lands of the colony The Froine Estate, with their m .mil with the co-operation of the medical department officer* are also carrying out malaria control including lh< raxmsina "1 i-rnployee-r houses with DDT It is hoped that with Hie OdVlca Of Mr Symes and the T f %  "S' I'd.[ l 9 d 1 10 d In some instances the ordinary ut<-s D*m Ix-en rr.luceey will have'to pay as U.-MMM-'I > p.,lo„ U ,1 S S.TXXS'HX. ^T^!^ w. s no, ,oun d ^^^Sj^SS! 0 ^^ n0usC c ur b these people with a "get rich insecticide which ih.-y might di On Tuesday night a show will quick" eomplea, things would cover, they m be given at the 'HomeAgricultake a serious turn, WSB his opmth tural Station yard for the b—xflt lon of residents of the "Home ,.rca Th.Inseeticide ReatOKl I %  of St. Imilip. Newcastle Plantation Uwwsrt W^iatn.ittee is particlpnting wrth the yard is the rdta chosen for a show Illfi£Il Ot^tlo Gm.iment of MauriUua In earon Wednesday. This show will be #_„ —— %  i 'vma ou, '' maIarl '' "adn lUon for residents of the Martins Bay . .. • ***.**} „. programme In thai island and -nd Newcastle area B of St. John. ,. TK-wj,,, ,,J ,.,. n"W night on Thursday and give a show at researches _. _.. „_ Thnmptoii. the most eeonorrrtral "bng and effective measures will bt iMiinioiiwealth Social Telegrami (GLT). Will be admitted to all e< • frann page I floated this morning and was ex;. Ilft „ioui(hl duslrable to get „,, ^.7 !" J-1, V.li .Mrl ? I ,CDri! *: its own steam tomorrow night CotBtnltli .out to il ii Ii m 352. T/ l The latest news reaching here .,.„. Locust Hail Plantation yard for u bout the Canodlon Constructor. residents of the Locust Mall and wn j r h went aground off Grenada |fj ittcer in charge Is that its sister ship Canadian of the Committee went out to Cruiser, which left Trinidad a few Jamaica and jpent a month durIasl show lor the week will ri vs ag0 f or Montreal, is on lU nK which time he visited all Ui be private one at the Governway Dac g to Grenada to assist m malaria areas, reviewing the wer! ment Industrial Schools. St. Philip, refloating the Constructor alrrady done and studying th Flat Rock areas. The parts of the country. Is 1 serious economic problem On page II APW.V.W.V.V/.-rV JI'ST iimivriiA KRF.SII IIII'MI N I Ol .PURINA POULTRY CHOWS I., t Vwur ^appl; trom %  II JAHON JONES .-. • lllalrlbalara '%  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  _B_ %  V. ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved First Day <'hkii. ss-plna. *h>ln Aathma uil UrnnrtiMlB pol—m yi.ur prfltsm. P ronr n.>nrr. ruin )->ur hsllli mul -hn ..ni hn In I iplruii.. MINDACU (ha pr-. • rl|>ll %  .*(• Ihrouati ll> MM. quliklr curl>. >ti( th a Bltar-fca TtM *ry llt.l ilay lh •Iranslina mm ua la rtiaaolvad. thm iin iri-a, '.-htvalliltii aitnl ri ful ••a No floras, no % %  nnh-a. tin lajaPdnna lual HM|.I.-M..I. laalr. irMKNUAfil lahlola at i"' '1ami V•Hllrely fraa rrum AKhnia snu I:T-I i.i'iIn iwal 1 • rara atKNIl et*->< •mm* %  %  %  !.,!, in i< nnura lompUI'.y alop Tirnr Aaihma Ii MOSS CREPE at $3-00 yd. In Pink. Gray. Bin, uil Ol rino. Sheba. Emorald TaB and Black STRIPED ART SILK SHEER at $212 VH. In Cardinal, Boyci! Brown. Orchid. Gr*on ann Lemon PRINTED ART SILK CREPE nl $1-94 yd. Large Colourful floui] Designs on White Grounds. (.!-. HARRISON & 10.. IMW) LTD. Dry (.miris Dipurlmenl : Dial MM RADIAC" EvemiiR DraM Shirt* with plain itlff bosom and Miirccllu stiff bosoms, Bites M><. to 17 Ins Each $.73 ism win H •.port ihlrli •Ml tROI'OLfr; triihenlsed slitirt leevei hi ifcaflM mi Olllar attached self colour Mhfte blue and .ream shirtIn shadm uf blue. %  IBTM Ulf t. 111 ins jnd cream. Sires liYt to lach 4.H'I Iff in. Bach 14.11 KHAKI A "A HIT I. >. i'n. Id turn over top Hose sire* III lo IP %  htf 41^1 RAYON A SHARKSKIN SwImfUy trunks. Siirs medium, larse, >ru onl> 45.51 111(11 tl l'll-S for boys A fine selection of deslsn* to i I M from Ksch 61r. M \ ISLAND torroN s i :.\ ISLAND < OTTON (ethdar alhlrln fta4a\ •< f'ellul.ir alhl.e.i. trunks. tttavai fjrh S51H1 llarh $2'0 CAVI: 10, Sin nil im & 11, 12 & 13 Broad Co., Street LTD. emmv rug-. ^ \ ,nj mussrr ^hMdz. OX TMK HOTTEST 0. 11V in V Will V < HU( lil.MI sTRAWBIRRY and OR\NC.-l INE rUvoun. MALTLl) MILK ORANGE Jl III COOL DRINKS vcith t'akea. Sandiches. et< STRICTLY SANITARY StRVUF KXM.IIIS Phoenix SOIIA & City FOI NT\I\S Pharmacies) (Ooddinq DISTINCTIVE AND DinERCST Our Buyer goes yearly fo ihe British l aaJaiUa M Fair. %  Be II ytiaranleea low Pricei I YOUli IEWEUEHS I Y. DELIMA & CO., LTD: 20, Broad Srreef *0V*V////V>V/S'/eO*. i**'*'V>'< ,, >*em II'IIISE IIADISH Bol>. IIAMIIUHtiKH STEAK Tin. LUNCHEON BEEF POM Pkj, BACON (Sliced) lb COCKTAIL ONIONS Boll CHICKEN KADDIES Tins CUSTARD POWDER FRUIT SALAD OLIVE OIL CODLIVF.H it MALT Bol*. BRANDS ESSENCE "I' BEET Tins CELATINt: CHOCOMKI. JAMS MARMALADE Tins & BoU. CURRANT PUDDING Tim VI-TONE GOLDEN ARROW RIM It I il — 1.740 PERKINS & CO., LTD. EXPANDED METAL SHEETS — 16 fl. x B fl x 3 In' RA) h 16 ft x 8 II x -' inB fl. X 4 -t x I ,„ #f HE IMS 3' A V X r II,., Im, k Street nwxute — Dial 2072 & KM #. STEEL PLATE A GIMII) SF.LM-TION Wc HVIrome jour n ,,,„,.•> for Ql\.l Mil I I II IIIOIXS t WKIIIING PLANTS BRITISH OXVfilN HIMHM. A I I TTISli HlflPMENT HM H ADD l IMPS EDIWDHY I.Ul. WUIr T.ra Road. SI. Jl I,,.l I>ial I 4328 <> Dial : 4328



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    r\cF. i icm M HM1 ADVOt \TF >i NDA1 ii Nl BARBADOS &# AfflOfflTE t -—1 -—T --1 MWM M tk. HiiMii <• U&. •* .-ra*a Ntmn ~~ Sundu). Junr 2, Uil t gallon would be more equitabl Ttt.\ III t is ion RECENT ni.in-1. advance in the cost of living AI endeavours of gOtfTBB>MH and control boards haw been unable to stem the rising cost of existence. It is well known lhat the official index is "'i!\ ., guide to the true UB0CMC in the coat "' Jiving. Thil is due t<> the fact thai the cost of Uvtng index is computed on the basis of the cost of "essentials." The governmental view 1 BTfcrtaW QM particular economic i>roup is not conducive to the economic well-boinn of the island. It is time that the exemptions which granted should be subject to review. $750.00 ia tha allowance given to a single man. and $1,200 to a married man. Each child irrespective of its age is entitled to an allowance of $240.00 It is improbable that any middle class married couple could live on an income of $1,200.00 per year, and it if. cerlam that the cost of supporting a child at Harrison College or Lodge School lai exosads the $240.00 allowance which is given on their account. H would seem much fairer that parents should be allowed to deduct the cost of education from their income tax returns. This si|>uld be taken up to the fees for a University education with a reasonable allowance made for the cost of living in England, Canada or whatever country the child is studying in. Parents should be encouraged I their children n University education. Such an education is of benefit not only to the child but to the island. It may be argued that the cost of running the government will not allow any further allowances being given. But has an Investigation been carried out which shows thut all those who ought to be paying income tax arc doing so? It is probable that there are some groups of workers who do not pay income tax who ought to do so. One way of overcoming the difficulties in the way ol checking <>u Cl employees is by the institution of the system of "Pay as you earn''. This system is in use in England and by its operation many who would have evaded income tax are now caught. In Barbados those who pay income tax comprise too small a proportion of the population and while It is argued that this is due to the mal-distribulion of wealth in the community, it is probable that it is no less due to the fact that because of the labour situation many whose incomes qualify them to pay income tax escape doing so because they are not readily assessable. "Pay as you earn" would serve to ensure that such persons would have to bear their share of the income tax burden. In this island, too, the sampersons or firms are expected to subscribe to -v. charity that is making a collection. Persona or firms which can prove that they have subwribed to charities should be allowed to deduct such subscriptions from their returns. Persons like the Governor and the Chief Justice must give away such a large part of their Incomes as would surprise most person*. Most linns are regular subscribers to the Speech Days and sports Days of Harrison College, Lxxlge and Queen's Collet'"It is only right that they should not have to pa) Ini M tSJ on such parts ol then income as by custom or then own generosity they give to deserving charities. Taxation in Barbados, particularly In Ms direct forms, needs careful Investigation and ievision. The points mentioned eta %  should be borne m mind and the burden Ol Sri-ion* Shortage%  .HI eVBffgrOWlng .lemand for petpi oieealonal and t< • In Barbados the supply falls 1 1 demand in three particular fleldi The lack of doctors at the U WS en unsupportable burden on tha* Institution and the absence of a trained number of nurses makes the situation c i I'Ical In the teaching profession the shortage oi properly qualified masters is placing the rial programme of the island in jeopardy and the absence of trained admin. offloSffS is gravely delaying government work of the greatest importance. The problem resulting from the difficulty of obtaining the services of specialists is not, however, peculiar to Barbados. The KM '.hat all members of the Colonial Empire face in varying degrees. It idue to arrears of war-time recruitmeat, normal replacements on retirement. tlOH and expiration of short-tern. Contracts and to the extension of many services and to the fact that many people availing themselves of medical and sdueational facilities who did not do so previously. The matter ts one which is occupying the attention of the Colonial Ollue and %  taps era being taken to ensure that the supply ut trained officers will be available for the lequiremems of the Colonial tern lories An editorial in the Crown Colonist Of this month draws attention to the serious nature of the problem. "The shortages annow getting serious", the article states, "there arc some 1,200 technical and adminbjtratlve posts available on the Colonial lists, and many of these jobs which need to be nUeel urgently have been vacant for over a year .... It is surely a reproach to the trained ynung manhood of the United Kingdom, and for that matter of the Comruunwi %  alth, that these shortages should ., S. i vice which offers such wide and indeed unique opportunities for retponslbUlty and initiative and a worthwhile career of great public and international service". In Barbados the time has come when the net should be thrown wider for applicants. Canadian and even American doctors should be encouraged to come to Barbados to work. With the recent increases in salary which have been given the Barbadian service Ll not unattractive, although it continues Hue that the island will not retain the services of overseas personnel after the expiration Of their contractual lime until leave passages are given. In the Administrative field the government should adopt a bold policy It is not necessary to wait until all the West Indian islands have adopted the Holmes' Report Barbados can give the lead by carrying into effect now certain of the recommendations contained in that Report. Every year bovs and girls leave school who have great ability and who are only prevented from furthering their studies because of economic reasons. The jobs open to such persons k1 n i tea 111 in many cases do not utilise to the full the capabilities of such persons. The Government of Barbados should lose no time in setting up a training centre at ^Wr-^bs,•£,*. 'MoRe CUT.$;,COMIN& ?' I'll I !• Mil nut nil-: snism Httntx -Vow !! Wc hnvc .... SHINGLES NHIM.I.K PAINT GALVANISE GUTTERING Is ->I N X AIX'MINIUM CilTTKRING UT, M JS" GALVANISE NAILS irON HAILS ri.Avril' (fur stopping iioli'sfc • WILKINSON & H.WNKS Cl). LTII. Successor* tu Silling On The Fence II* Villinii. I l.uliliins Among ihe mati> problem pn seiilnt by tendem tu busy editors last week was: "During my holidays I urn going lo look over one <>f the mansions opened m visitors for 2sfld. The liuchrsB sells refreshrnents HI the garden. Should 1 Up hei or not?" "PRRS tuppence for yourself," A nice cup of 1 iat how a soldier— l-id n housewife's made." laffl, nghi (p*ck-*m-P>, Right le/i, right. Tillers boiling over. Oven all alight, Mites* fall owl. Ten trimulrs' break, cup of i youi 'said the visitor, after u tea and %  bun -Oh. realtor said the duehess. "Go on Take it. Swalkr pride." "/'in mil proud. iVol really." wild the duchess. "Tupiwnco ere and tuppencethan II all mount* up. don't it?" "Of course." said the duchess "/ only wanted Io sag ..." You don't avc to thank me. You done very mrel>. Evcrylhink nice and clean, and service with ,i unite "Thank you, Bui all the "I know ow you feel. You've ad youi* butlers and your footmen. and now you ave to take tips from I know all about it" "Do you?" said the duchess. "And don't go and make a beast i-f yourseir." %  aid Hal visitor, walking away. BesBWwivee' Cboftee In New York they have been measuring the number of HUM .i housewife walk* In a week. With labour-saving, Kd Mrs Sehwimmer walked 15 OB miles; wKhoUt gadgets Mrs Magel •rslkea 18.75 mile*. ot.'ND rhe kttchffi laeto. Up and det0S the ttairi. Marjing round the bedroom. Dusting round the chairs. fn and out the larder. Hare a cup 1 •ca. Tramp. i'aij), tramping All the day—that's me. Talk about your hlken And your mountaineers. .Soldiers on a route march Get a lot of rfcem .Vnrhlno for UM hotisetclfe. makes a fuss. Tramp. Iramp. trampinp All the day -that'i us. Ought to hap* a sergvanf Standing at the sink. Pick-em-up. houseirlfr. Seven days' clink. Srven days' detenrtoii. Idle on parade. Hut lit "Please to u-alfc i" front, .or u-hen the guns begin to firr. When the guns begin to fire. [ boys, the guns begin to /ire, Mr. Basket. u>e!k In front, sir," when the guns begin fo fire. Little Sadie After the wife of an Oklahoma farmer had been awarded a sold medal for having 37 children, a family re-count reveale;! thai her total output T-HINK back. Mom. Don'l you remember UttlS Sande caught alight? Bur It's "Beer for Mr. Basket" That was little Sadie, loo? when the trooper's on rhe tide, Yeah, that was little Sadie. When the trooper's on the tide. The dear little girl. Whafs hapmy boys, ihe trooper's on ihe pened to her now? 'ide. Perhaps you've forgotten It, It's "Beer for Mr. Basket" when Mom. but Poppa once bought some ihe trooper's on the tide. dynamite to blast some rocks I never ad much social life. And little Sadie was awful fond though girls would give the eye. of matches, Mom. And she Bui when they eard about my thought a bonfire of dynamite a shame they'd look the other swell idea . and she kinda wye; blowed up, Mom. They'd smoke my fags and drink Oh. poor little Sadie. Why did my drinks, but after that I'd you have to tell me such an awful tlnd filing, you cruel, wicked boy? That when it come to walking out. Don't cry. Mom. t'was "Tommy fall be'ind." I shall cry. I'm entitled to cry. I: was "Tommy this and TomHapcn't / lost my dear little Sadie rny thai, and who's your dad. and nobody told me a thing about you liar?" iff LjtJ 3 YEAR OLD COCKADE FINE RUM BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBOt young and attractive for he %  ". • *-..M liutles, which Include keeping lb hlch pt-rsuns who show promise couia infltron8 of thc various house* t dergo training and who would thus not order. to start at the very bottom ol the Smart-Alh.k replies, "We Ilk" them young. It Is easier to get •hem used to the traditions of oor great school." Applicants for Lho neat Include one proposed by the hi .uiiii;ixtn hln i-lf Mile K...r ette Portevoix. late of the HiebU Mcrts*. in the Rue Rogomme. Trugovernors wish to know whit nualincatlons for 1 head matron a old Parisian possibly have. Or. Smart-Allick Is trying to think it the right answer Of. Rhubarb: Article III ,UA have administrative ladder. In the meantime those posts which can he Tilled should be filled without further delay. At present there are still a large number of P^s vacant which could be filled bv persons presently available. The twenty-scvers-yearold PJ long term difllculty will remain. It is imI probable that requirements will be reduced in the years to come—rather the reverse. It is essential that steps be taken to ensure that trained personnel be available ; ( s without it the schemes for a proncaive advance of the peoples of the area will be shipwrecked. As for the wider point raised by the (row II Colonist is the Colonial Office doing all it can 10 attract candidates from ihe Colonies themselves? Would end of school talks at Lodge and Harrison College by representative* of the Colonial Office not ,'H.Hsome of the intelligent products of the school into offering themselves as contributions towards reducing the shortage now M anxiiwsly proclaimed? the iiuostion of a Ncoutismc of Pierre Tombale.' announced that the newest atom head mation lor NarkTo this Ihe Abrmcadabrtsts bomb, stocked In small sizes,, is iivcr has arisen -:ed answer: "You are cunruMng. juat as powerful an agent of last term having run off with an Being with Existence, and theredestruction as the bigger sizes. was courteous and kindly, as thouah to say, "Pray do not Imagine that just In Pa*Mtng because this bomb Is small, It U A NXIOUS to reassure tho less deadly than the big ones. public that Lhey are getting Be reassured. We can be trusted their money's worth, scientist* not lo let clvllSMUon down". Law of Non-Being." debate wears on. Confusing, and the reig Jopluk's Thus the Britain's Liner Plan For Winter N THE middle of the busiest I N HUMBURG, the Britigi X Atlantic season for \x not as it schedule Is being worked out. that nobody is, because noboy none. thinks he is. but only thinks thai Th( n lh)1 Caronla W U g^ poutf, li l M W ZsalSBKl un.1 Australia .', tiuadalcanal, scene of desperate lighting in the Pacifies, war. id the island of Ball, are in the programme. Army have built a ship i 20-ton concrete keel. The "sea" around the ship is e barrack square Jn the land born vessel, soldiers are taught %  k of stevedores. The 10-ft. high funnel of UV II ship was made out of oi the obj. Abracadabrists. wh vou think Milt MJI you are thlnkln." Mumbojumbo. "you think' with ..anes from the imagination from lit S 'lind. You can Imagu hiking, lust as you without imagining. If then nothing; I ot rvpl\ rv Kin "No." L IVERPOOL pilous have Dtese I -e lect r I c Utted echo \TMel ith the latest radar and unding apparatus. It has been built for them by Passengers the Dartmouth firm that built schooner in 1892. the George Holt. BUSS, is still on the active list In the For one of our largest motor South Atlantic. can think vessels, the Britannic, a 10,000The new vessel, the Sir Thoma* ibody is. mi 'e Mediterranean voyage from I'.rockle-bairk. can take 30 pilots %  t ^6^ 1 B' r0 ThouJ ht ,vlil •"' Iruught back to frgUnd their rirst & SttJfSR Kv-.v r S ,np„. Bombed The ,ch %  hich Is thpun K* York is being arranged and 18 apprenUces to see.—L.E.S Oil: WhillierV Ifv Hut(illariii% this in spue of the fact that u tempt. Lst 1h.-in not bas been announced that the govsorry and embarrassim: S nm.t has granted a licence to in which ihev ^IfftS^e? ie nn American Company to prospect premature proobim;ition of I an nssiawv *> *^C ^.i^ Peiroleum Act—uresuniably "ii conducted in comer manne No one kn< licence has been l a hole ami the officers of a governs %  eui M enough. So Important is this m >ven though i ter that the Governor should mstigranted who ut *" a enquiry into the man Few pieces of legislation •ted the bltta controvei %  centred ground the Peti >h u That Act ranged Barbados side those countries which : oss v. II.. engine* red It Th* irhieb Act was pasw-d in 19-IU ..ml MJ l \. > proolsimsd on 26th April. 1950 longThe Act BUdS provision tor the wer % %  appointment of an Ancillary prepared to ignore the atcumuRights Conunlssh { %  ted wisdom of the ages. Barmaking ut regulatU for whlcn now ...e hi which applications were soughfor pctroUum OMT eerSSSB P" * ;i(vi , Ilci|Unn i ww made> All lh: „ and made and licence, grant. f,h< 1 8 Ttat unfortunate ,lvu, plac d t 5 pubUc have l*en hvaured f n T^^^" ,< J ul tr *" ^ The Petroleum Act IBM) prothe ^ Av ,. r BSTtasdos h. the with has been conflicting com"£< W h ^ n *'" h <"' vides that all regulations madp^m,,,, h;it lhe 8as supp iy w. jnunlques from the govenimen: *^"J> n "^ r J an JT l ''J""£''' under that Act shall be IsM m lmmtnt n dan ger of being it and the spokesman of the Brills'. 1 £ e ,J*? 0 '' * h ^' nul before the Legislature after they off The Act wos proclain, .1 Union Oil Company. UT5 ^ £r ,, w£2t iZ have been made The people of w m out any of the nec-ss. .v k W W o^ nlornifd to Barbadua are lelt wondering „, nuvi| ; K ,„,„ \ Thm are however some Impor^ Bround r ,he rtcal wnlcn %  wheuter the government are trvnin that (l wou |,i occsston %  diStant questions that the people BrS >*" maae. ing to sidestep the legislature by .upUon o( an Important imi lie entitled to know. E>oes Uie govern.„,,„ Wn .. _, bsdos by this sorry experiment among other things would procmbodyln|I m the Uotoos grant-t ul ^ llv H mcnl mtend to make regulations tlI *f ,on w ? noul f no .' ft 1 ESt was committed to dangerous provide for the manner in which apy^ maUe „ contemplated by If none have vet been made? Or *>"* Not only should landcess of tampering with private plications for licences to prospect ^ L— i^^,. „ forming the The exact terms or the licence bi a their Intention to bv pass the own* !" know where they st rights. The representatives of the for oil In Barbados would lxn t n U blcct for regulations. granled to Gulf c, 1 % % % %  l.vgislature and keep the question buI the Aiuencan Company shou.ci people saw fit 10 vesl I granted. Up to the present no main shrouded In secrecy ai d of oil outside the pun-lew of the * assured before they start operBTttor-in-E)SPri)4iiv.i announcement has been made The government must have landowners in Barbados remala legislature? ? on *"** the authority whu'' (he mineral rights In lai I thai lhe Ancillary Rights Combean advised by their legal adIn uncertainty as ;<> the has r^een given to them is bi conThe events of the mission has been appointed nnr vlsers that they could get away of the licence upon : Oil Is promised as the saviour ; orm l l >' with the Act under wni< %  -. months have fully bofli hjve regulations been mads prowith such an attempt to thwart There is great talk ol denwn.ey of Barbados. 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    PACE TEX SUNDAY ADVOCATE SCNDAV. TONS 25. 1450 The Only Nationalised Industry That Pays BRITISH NONSENSE By \llt II \ l li \lisi i I %  t* on ii; own f i .1 racehorc named Big Q %  %  • i* i.-rd of the National %  ;. lingham. Dorset: a Heal thai nil been ramlng > \ maiely f 10.000 a year for i .i-: ij|jhi years. totSM, mares, .nd foaia beiMd :., swell total profits to £1.00 since < irw ,< department < %  the try of Agriculture . %  !. %  Xmtimm %  Tor. M I' Hall Walkea %  *. l-nc. IHUT lanN Vbo presctm-il thestuu in 1915. Bui -ike .Lv>i> Big Qun nd sraoM be just anothei tr.g Tax-pay%  ui.ii oan be led <<-vei driven ia lo be expand .lions are being acdutj at on aiWHrlHlafl %  j.MI I.FK Oarae* service* u XM iiulnewa A time, half what %  wn.-irtl) euned stad would ilunr foi the services of stallion of Bit; Gaaae's repula mm %  JOJOW t" mat*I Game, fui ive consis• an ichaaH not less than i h when auctioned %  ... His Prime eleven and tf %  tad to be isn't hay. Up %  •• %  'a ..settv M-li %  ,u*i thai. 1 urea of In Laughtan rtien the National stud's < a inKMUaard] to I'.,, c. .mi progeny hare wan mare than SO rare*; onW 1 per eaajb of all raeahone* bom ever win a rare. But Game was put to >tud duties after Winaihg the Two Thousand Guineas Ul 1943, .md at Gilllngham I fviui.ii hint monarch of 400-ntTO domain. s Mr. Peter BuiieU. u.iose f 1,000a-year salary is %  omethtng Big Game could sniff at. rui .vith a staff of 13. In theory, any racehorse ownn Is entitled to the breeding iwrvi.rt of our naUonallsed hu.In fact, of the hundreds ma apply onch year for Big Gaim. nominations", only 15 are lucky in tinannual ballot held to determine which marts can bo High Slaadarala Big Game receives visit.taw b %  n 4u marcs, but 29 ( i specially selected am• Mr. Barrel) told me: 'These have such high qualities thai we do not consider would b< wlae to inbjei i ih. in the ha* ard* of the ballot." drawn froni Kit ballot also have to conform to high standard* of breeding laid down by 1( K.inmlttep. H* (.WIN I.I.U'IS Tke MIMI -Hit. I.AMI/Mr Bur roll replied "We negotiating fur tin -iMUnns Best of th<~. .HI Italian nainad Tti i beat Bluik Tanguln and Arbar. ialtaiU has been • it I stand at theNational Stud now being npirai at Wei Glinati IT-., o'nir -wo stall probatly tc bough: Pal hi KUlneaa. rhe <; at largely dedicated tu ot \ t. also 25 biooii mi a loal said % %  I liead 01 Sun I i... at the stud Thousand fiiilntai. Oaka, ami St. Legcv STiris the moil i 0l UM n, %  Kin*'*. ..lours at 1 sired by Big. G.inu-. some by oui%  .ell UM ..1.11.. I avfl com* i ..' %  N iraaoal Stud, la ] roncernjad with proiitmaking. b n laid that u panl on addi%  ...:! ,, ti critic* of the National Stud, ahoulo ba avail..! I to i lesiv % %  ownai at fee* below 250 guineas Ktoraai bred at Ihi* v I luad race under the King's .din,.!-, purple, sold braid. acarlei sleevea, Mack vatval "P Witt \.dd Iriuse, K. ing assd rainai ttem l'he sting takes nsn-ltiiKi" ol .HIT pTVJ i money tiny ma> win. The n-moinder got to (ha Tri ( .' '.: % %  .inr.t.n.. i ..II,.' in I lo keep down length and by racehorses. it ha!< baan w orfc ad out that alfh| bullocks will malntahi la good ordi t i iuin A bv ona horse. I>nddrx-ks arc also CIM day io k..-; %  Ia;k railing for the use ;md cait The citllf i.iiiti. beef ,i waak lo M natt • d lardei SlMllllilli; |.il{|||S Living quarters .it thai aqillna iM.i.imiy home are in kieping with Its rare status a. the on'. nationalised undcrUkiug t h i pays. Foaling boxes in brick buUdlri built tit a cost of il 'pound-* .ire equ'iI) %  __ %  aceni %  mares llnrl toothti a subdued night light As the time aarauiu, mkmt a aaare is about to r"--rnt the nation with a frml. threalien da.*PTC ... Ihe rtjWe* with attendants' BhUn| uj funiashcd with %  % %  A lelepli'iiv %  tandl on a table for use If coma duilng Mi. i .,i.. 11,. II bedroom fur atU-nckmb. nut on duty. Another room gtl oi.g box is annlpaiail ; way ii aastaadii It costs .in average of i:20.(HMi a year to maintain the .-lud Profits wer rare and losses high in %  .is of the -i.T national!' tlupicture wag tr:in*forined when MyrobaUa, riaughtar of tha famed Tetralenui. BBtag btfta at the stud to a coll siri.'l hy tl bj |.|. crown winner Bahram That colt was Bin ( S'i nt i .ii the Wl larprise to %  atirdatri %  Kgjinitwn otfictai, who vni.i "jfa leave everything to the men at the stud !" II. cl for S ( i. .1 The Answer to the French challenge may one dav bfound at lha KataDDal Stud, Mr Burrell s;dd "It will b' slow. This country has for 350 yaara -oncntratad on hraaifirn for 350 yaajg eonciifrated on breruiii* for speed until the po n* v. ;is nueh.'d when staying power h.id to be sacrificed over di?aodln| one md n quarter miles. 'Out of 7.000 foals born In Brll.'iin ever\ vaat not r 400 are bre.1 to tti] mon than Ihat distance. "The revemc hm been the rase In France. There, out of 7.000 m 8.500 have been bred to may more than one and a half miles." I,ES I laaM i" Tfcej, %  %  his sense of naa a member of a making a subtlv e. %  H there are indeed those who 'irk of Bntah humortst5 'iculr to follow, and Ciri-.i rsau today, as it ami %  i irlrki md ophisThe Atom,i AflU % % %  .y|xct to And straightforward Uta ii G Mr Polly, tii.old sailors %  Bf W J..cob, or the aimless. IBahow ende nmg .instocrats of P. O. fToilaliiajaa. OUt nf ni era huh hai pa i %  '. and to-day the %  i -off in the miorist'H ability i • heer tata) hla fallaa %  rod tliai Punch, with a ver half a million joke* linwlngs alone, la a hale and Maria tantatsarsan, argue* that British burnOUl part of literature and life I have often been asked by .ibroad, to classify mixiern British humo.o II :s an inrewarding lask Such labels as -The Humour of Situation"../"Verbal Wit", "Wartime Humour" and so on, are easily invented, but few humorists are content to remain within their categories. 1(. instance, could one class II lad man as Su Alan inational BrtTrl The exne*' knewlcdge of legal truiin h s.r .\Iaii, known pogulailv us A P H -npe*ed the anomalies of her A ajtrnbaa, ol I'..rikimenl. It iihlitwd Ulvcr.e l Belting nlfkf. but olwayi Witt food humou; the war has taraat was Ni( in bom war and pea >• Sir Alan is aL-o able to v. Il •peia* which are as popOiai ihe extruvafanras hnporte.| fi %  Ha kJ N *.I'M ti." heir of W S Oflbatt nyron, or Fleldmg" It N > *o • ble to sav The Hnrl •' his Ibtdtfll pe-iple ihe inw preclate the urrn jokes. I ., . %  teen pears g lug ubtiot <. cat-lovuig wrltei ...in ;i a MIM "i MM bus bam (leligiitiug aaali I of a Sunday m viih h.s wii and satire. During the war, Gubblns made no conceiSlOU IM A.IHie piophet of di %  ,-.ii r ind .i atoi kiorii. !' % %  Uttla undM world "i rh i . i law It mi nd man in %  n lebelllous and disloyal pla.e. tut Li..; [Md all '. i %  and felt all the better lor t T nt, r like Nat Gubbms llM other maieiin). but I am sure be •lints, MI humorists are Dndlti| rri \ wliere. tliat when it r I : rfurneur versus the f|>dro|. n .• role oi the jester is i o fun* -rnsi of relief tor ataUaaaa < %  lo British Bruadvanting programmes, not only but on the continent I ..n.gh, wntei ol the B.B.t 's most famous serious. M It s That Man Again"). ha> ooscribad how at osw lime the Roya. Family were regular listeners io The programme, and how. even in occupied countries, people would listen in secret to the abaw lltiea id the late Tommy Handley, uarodykea everything ffaaa ih.' wart.me Ministries' to the drinking h:ii.,i | riorarf rala—ai A sense ol humour is aomethiuu which everyone In the Unite, i Kingdom claims as his birthright He will not claim cooraae or intelUgence, nor will he claim to Dfl amusing in himself-—only the amli-. tu see the funny sta> of thinu True, there are many ex eapUonj to this rule, and the Englishman tpartlcuiarry when embarrassed or on his dignity i can be as unfunnv as anyone Bui later on, he will quite likely be Ding the joke against himself. For twenty years now, one of the moat popular items in the weekly Mew Staseamo.i and Noiton bas been the column "This England" which prints raaMMl example* of unconacious humour, such as the case of the newspaper which carried the headline: "Great Storm In English Channel—Continent Isolated" The British liking tor parody Is natehad by 'he British genius for aOMporingj it In 1933, Punch began to print u series of articles on l ol 'h.' t'nited King, dom in which two schoolmasters set down all the worst cliches of the history text-book as they might be recalled by the average adult. The book 1066 ,lnd AN Thru enjoyed an enormous success and it Is still impossible for most of us to look seriously at the • hool text-book again. Soon after. the v. in ore country novels of the Tin .mas Hardy ehool were pilloried In one of the most be%  it. riing parodies of all time. Cold ( '<>n Farm by Stella Gibbons. Every aspect of British life, legul. parliamentary, social, and sporting, became a target for the parodist*, and yet the originals were not despised British humorists are like generals who apparently light remorseless campaign of i. nil i" and ihe day by having dinner with the defeated opponent, and paying the bill. Even cricket, that sacred game, is n stock -object of amusement, and pSsraan *htSnaat contemporary %  % %  II* lale A G • MardnnaaVa friend. Their m fl r land tlhe hrewd obeervatlor^ off astalaa a description of a village erarkat asaari that will become Immortal. For the last two years I nave ( t^en editing a collection of wit and humour of the last two decades, from the satires ol the 'bright voung things" of the 1930 by Evelyn Waugh to the more tan, ,'v.i .w: ol to-day in the maga, ziue Ltih; "' iniong all the rwb ine gentle charm of A A. Milne, the puna and prangs of TlBiothy Shy lD. BWyndhain LewUl and "Beachcomber" ^J it Morton) the acumen of MtalB I b>wt-known political aaurist Sagittariua and the urbane delights of the Fourth Leaders in the Tsrrsee—one thing emerges clearly. British humorists retain their right to a discovery made In Victorian tinaasthe discovery of nonsense. It was G K. Chesxer.on who first called attention to 'his discovery, and AHce ta Wonderland and the verses of Edward l*ar were Its first patteen We ui .hf. United Kingdom have no monopoly of noneena* to-day, modern American humorists sue* as James Thurber have developed i heir own paxticolar brand ol ilBut as J B. Priestley baa pointed out in bis book on humour, nonsenae U "a specifically F.ngllsh .•ontnbution to tha world's llterature. It combines, in a sww way. those two essential ErtgUsh literary qualities, poetry nd humour It in unreason triumphant, ft is a happv holiday away from the a/orld of sense, and the %  artsngaat and sanest minds have always deUghted in It-" It la true th* much British humour Is dlfrlcun to understand without appreciation of this nonsensical quality, but there is often method In the madness, and the "happy holiday" Is not always a mere form of escapism. Mr. Prieatlays own early novels are a good example of sense and nonsense mingled together Those who study the lighter columns and cartoons in British newspapers and [magazines will Hud the .. ..ungeT*" tener a to.:: of humorists ^inrepenlant In their attitude to accepted tradition. Yet the components of their humour remain as once defined by Harold Nicolmn—kindliness, even sentimentality, mingled with a childish fancy, a self-protection against ridicule, and an eventual love of compromise and conciliation. 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    Sl'ND.W. JINK 21. H.-.II SUNDAY AIHOCATE I'M.I I I I M S GILES . rtHltls iH'tirt't'tl the fJOai-pOftttl Architect Praised] fn-m ** %  %  9 1 Estates. %  •opta %  i tssion to remove Ihett houses to I M nouses from •mitry a:> i digested .. %  ., would if alia Mental Rate* Tlw Board will make roromnendations a* ha N ttri.it,! In connection WltB Uhf .. !ed house* at the Pin*. BH : d ..ii with .i view | ', .1 ;. be) iii' handed %  : ULlllIIUlj%  i i!. rn tinii. ird rental of house .,',Mir I!.. Mi Carrlragtorj fc Seely. Agents toi %  >t to request payment lor agricultural plot! which had iH-eon lined by the Housing Hoard I the re-ereeUon of houm .1 re rernoved fiom the %  • ted area. the toltot i i I Hp.l M.im..* ottMi H inning Card* whM you i i ii RTROLI M MsAMPOO %  i H off .it the B ROOT, of in MIJ yw*f ii.m will be %  o1 the %  its ihuitnj nnd its Frgep UMIKII.INKSIIAMI'IK. cocoanut oil riMnnpflo with the oily cocotnul unell removed Why n.it be Queen ol Heejrl b nl |ht! Tiv LUSTROLENE A zwm Veterans Gamp Iu Paris Square HIGHER PENSIONS British Provocation" Say Redf* BERLIN. Juno 23 The offtcial Soviet laiigujgi' Tarfilklw Itandtrbau I o-d a y sltonitly uUackcd British S.W. Scouters Discuss i^ntertainmenl mil Die For Five Murders PARIS, Juno 23. Paris papers to->ta> ,onildcntl> stated that 31-year-old Jules Dcmay. Resistance and North Africa campaign hero, will go to '" Stouter* of the s W l)i-In . guillotine because of his antrict met at the VUl'A. on wcn m %  bete for nD Berlin Tuesday night last and discussed five murders. tttartafctm*.! Deraaj (CroU da Oueore. arc uggrated by a Committee appointmet' .' %  hesi admitted ed for the purpose. There was a that ha killed nil sister and 1*0 TV lively discussion, and ulti* .* associate but said he did 3. PARIS, June 24. authorities to hold" up East Gcrl .1 to-day gave a warm ,„ an a iid Soviet-owned barger -• welcome to an army of 10,000 vetlocks in West Berlin. srans of two world wan who set"Provocation at the locks is contied down on the pavements and tinumg. although it must be clear mately. the meeting was adjourn!" l """ ml ''' ,*'&*,£ '^ roadway of the Place de l'Opvra to everyone that the Soviet oecu"I until Tuaaday, 4th proximo <•' %  ' hou this afternoon, determined to patiOB forces will not tolerate the FILM SHOW S "" "" ,lt " '"'"" In p *' cause "the worst traffic Jam In arbitrary detention of freight desThrough the courier of the ,',,. ,,,,,..,, ., ...,...,, „„„„.*. ,-;„,. %  thorn." K. Vanov wrote British Council. I ill... show history" in support of their 1' the cotfttrooiri for higher pensions. leading article in to-day's given for Scouts at the British Damj who" in netthei read nor Thunderous applause from DU P* r _„ Council Headquarters on Thursday write, gaVi 1* thi raeaooa for lus crowds of spectators greeted the A tola! of 76 bargtw were yeslcrevening last. The lllm. "Bush kilting* "bramu and farce CSl legless, armless and slghUau exdil >' waiting to past the British ehrlstma^" showed how live habit ser\-leemen a?, accompanied by "•£ locka beeauae West Berlin hll(1 ,,. n lhroU|[ h their wit and He said; "I have a horror of families, relatives and friends. .VA.;!"^!, "!!_„.*/ £?..!?? J tenacity, followed a trail they Wood, I did not want UMm Is they arrived In th city for the seven-hrivi: stration planned by the National Federation of the disabled Waiting for them wall-. •actor lix-ks because West Berlin uthorities said they had not got heart "of "the 'he right documents. Barges %  %  ectly documented were l Thr'w h J !" r 8 n h m ov e which fo,W^hVc^; !" Vh^^h^ •? %  •_;•>•-•nal barge trafdistrict. K tJh^ came across, and despite hardships five me u gun and M ** i " 1.. ^-K,-!. .K... ... nM ,. nBn ..,ci nm ,i 'i lbes nut mv nose in b; Telegraph Kates gt from itase gdH wiltun UI %  including Btitksb W< ai one half ordinarv rates, subin 1 1.1 1 minimum t barge as for 10 words per telegrar Addresses will be admitted in this class of telegram f July. I'rem. Teletranw 1 Hales 1 application) subject to minimum charge aN for t> words per telegram 1 raent Presa Telegram! tra-Cummn an ,| t uc t ; four dualities lst week-end camp will be made in the next few dayi.—Renter toward which our training leads, cognisant of_ developments. They Fight, For Mt-itl: No Cattlr Shorta|i' P.. IN .' Sympathise The marchers were not held up by traffic Fifteen mlnut. before their arrival, smiling policemen had diverted all vehicles from the Place de I'Opera to narrow side slreels. The demonstration promised to evacuate the Place de l'Opera— centre of Paris, and the traffic spot—in time to make way for the audience coming to hear to-night's performances of Verdi's Tiggoletto." Then they unwrapped S. Africa Will Suppress Communists ANTIGUA. Jinn 24 Every window at Antigua's public market was jammed this KOVIRING Any lone Rover or Scouter who morning with desperate bounaThe regular Rover Combined wishes to make this trip with the hpuUng and Weck-enoConn w.T held l the OPniblned Rovers may get all lagging to *<*' M.ld meat tral Hov '1 t>Jn--WakenaId 1, 1, '"" Mr s 1. Bamw.11 rumoured that nth ?nd ADC. ... CoJei Prlrrtery, butchers wi trike In VIctoMa Street I %  '' %  f rt dad the comWOOD BADOI Increased price for beef but tlil ,bine d OverT"a, We art pU I tn rt. the corning it was revealed thai Camp were led "IT bv the ADC BUCCeM of BCOUten I. A I' Mr S. Barnwell. Also present K C Pile, and C. A. Worrell in ••ere Rover J>ndrrs. MafSff Binning the Wood Badge. ON SICK LIST We regret to hear of the illness f Seoul Keith Phillips of the 4th on Saturday—Sunday. 18th June. Discussions 1 m^ Rove CAPETOWN. June 23. The South African Senate today adopted the suppression of the ... "Communist bill at its third readCharles Morris. Alonza Jones. sandwiches and sncks spread ing on the casting vote of the Atherly. Rover Mate Mr. Coa rugs and blankets on the flagstones President. Senator C. A. Van Alleyne^ and menibers of the varand settled down to while away Nlekerk. ious Crews The discussions lasted B'doa Group (James Street), ST the time olaying card. The Senate had recorded 18 vote* fur into the night. wish him %  for and 18 votes against the Sunday saw the -lads' engaged Crutches Set The Pace measure. Opposition amendments in Physical Drill and prayers. They had paraded slowly along !" rejected In a aeries of followed by a lecture which was the boulevards lo the opera house, divisions by 19 votea to 18. given by Rover Mate All— at a MCC set bv those leading on Absence of one OpposiUon SenaFurther pi crutches, and those with only %  " — h, ~' lh "" !" "" Uttti re .. 1] lienfor the Dance to tor enabled the Government to i,e given by Central Rover Crew certy these divisions without tho a t Princess Alice Hall on Salurchairman's caaUng vote. nay next. July 1. were discussed. But earlier in the debate the flic Secretary of the O President's verdict was needed In i KV p T1 instructed to summon the n three ties. Steerage Committee to %  specially The Union's Communist Party rinvrno d meeting on Tuesday ..iiuounced its dissoluUon on '>Tih June at 6 p m bad—certainly not the worst in Tllrtd „ the Assembly passaged h „ „^, nrv history, and. surveying the vast u bU f and ^t lt to ae^aSte. l t, • om "" ( 1 Uu ssary packed with, squatting '^"(ff ~idea a maSiuin Cemptag SrUci* have bee* Here and there a faded regimental flag proudly aloft. Late this a frankly disappointed policeman said the traffic Jam was "not very Nevertheless. Kelt* b 'ill di playing the Bcout -pint with Miiile deapiti |"TuT" butchers refused lo p prices for animals offered ihcn BS) they can DUU I able profits; hence the beef shortage was oauaatl 1 count of only 6 heads of killed todav instead of Ihe 15. Then Is on cattle sbc*. the I stand, but Ihe mndition of iinal ilt.ng from dn weather. square Dijii""•",-j i lie OIII uiuvmt % %  iim*uiiniii -. , demonslrator?. he siilhwl >nd „,„„,„ o[ ,„ vc ,„. [mpruonpoM 'o ihe i %  ^ . ^ _:.. In n.iiKI r ^ j.hr si .11 IJ iti.ii ; Hover Leadadded "what a pity—to-night m enVa^demp^w"enThe (^err^ ers and all Rovers who will be atthere is no Government to be General by proclamation to outtending ihe Overseas Camp are Impressed by all this." | aw an ," „ t her organiaaUons. ked to procure a copy. A few hour s before the marchwhich profess on or after May 5. The remainder Of the I er* started out. the French Gov1950. to propagate principles of Hons should be paid ernment had resigned—Reuter. Communism. — Reuter as possib so that soon the Steeragi Elastoplast FIRST AID DRESSINGS. ^^IT HTH£ SK IN) lubrication is Important! For prompt and skilled lubrication drive your Fordson vehicle in to ua. Wc are your Ford&on specialists., and do the fob thoroughly at low fixed prices. Let us also tell you all about the Utcst Thames Trucks with their big bodies, roomy all-steel cabs, semi-forward control, etc. You srill be as enthusiasuc as we are about them. 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    r.< I IHIIAI. SUNDAY AD.VOfS*F. SCNDAY. JUNE 25. ISH 3 'I WHO IS SCHUMAN? The Islands Of The \ Foreign MinUt* ti RCIMIHW i H ||UM oT the In Lor%  • %  r mi %  of (be nrrtx.M, ociupa" i man sub, M. %  d'A-iIilMli.en tfbtm %  ihi %  %  • kej lu %  On Both Sides I t i-orn resistance lion of the i i since therefore insrViUblv in whi' ii White Goddesses ll liar..1.1 llnlr "Soaping" dulls hairHALO me l•i-'ration in peace he, In lha NaUohal A • %  • b|. ti„ man %  •tuiiiient leader of Mm ii bo. I* probably a torralner. Canin ifriata taunt him with It. The Socuatata mistrust him helium, in I: %  i Mini cause - nodanta Conservative all his life. A humourless man wtiow peataai, if uncon-' has been to present his lotiK mekuuhoh nose to the cat toonlsts of the world. A man with no Gallic elan On tilt tongue the French languute. div.s.il.s made for oratorical batQe, i insipid. A man with DO known vices, except g Gcrm;in taste tor a pip' acrvatlvaa ;md a gins* of I,.-.-. Anil there are to illuminating %  % %  mt arana i deem Buehm .> %  he legion i.t HoM %  to OH yet ad Freneh edition O, -making of the In ntteni Oxford i %  ties i "Confaux this month %  lot those who deny %  k %  that he has i [affc/aj To l-'ranre Today I a loyal Frcnchm.. cfaoaM as by the Treau of Versailles. He Ik aeiinr teaeaej of hts %  %  a would lie ti,. IGerman influ%  life. Ills family was an old one in rot ii" oi hli young life ha red f.r by a i kringly disiiuaaed by his schoolinalter as only fit te pi lonedti He pursued an uninspired academic course through the German UnJveralttaa of Munich. Berlin, Bonn, and Meu. and emerged in time to have lo serve in the Kaiser's army. lie held a commission in this until 1016 when the ancient divided U.v.ilUes of l.iirrninc burnt up ...• hin. ai %  vhiefa araj nls duties lay, and went over to the French. Circled lb-puts With the end nf World War I be actFJed in Met/ ami opanad %  > legal practice. He deputy foi lurtrlel and has liecn re-elected ever since The facts of nil Ufa during the inter-war year* are sparse H.ccntlr. with a lawyers cold venom, he hgfnad on the Communist paper Action ss hieh ..(%  m at %  %  MeU foi UM r' %  % %  Wandal Bcntjman won hla action. i Sclmman hn .Hon. J'n. %  ui-hniclan," he saya, "nt,t an UMolOajM Th-t sort of eonlaaa not provoke warm ipproval among the Freiwh Around him the French Conally, prickly eoatUvi i. Then I'r. .ill opponanti <>f tboli then lha Baavorl -k Pram In Britain %  • t task. wrote ichuma d Umata l| -bicb true brothrrlv tu. Hourish. ovenencbii.i; .,11 thai |uday tears the world apart." Anil then "Mr, tieam and follnwoi m and iocs in all nation by tiiose fratrlrlda %  ho to-das still hatred." %  man. %  '., lira -I III :.. Latin quai r %  %  % %  ., i %  Irujjal Dieais at a liny restaurant NH I l SI Germain Hiout) light amusement is a startling; one He ban a taste for gangster Mima that iota oddly with lemii interest m hooks. i tan Hi n of over HIKMI rare and valuable volumes, u the old famllv house at n Lori mi. There, behind bubi arhlte ahurters, Hves %  keeper. Mane Kelle. %  Ian with him for a*m 4fl yeara. ami she looks gfU i when he vialu Chazell<-s. Wifelens Life I'hnt Is hin time for relaxation ea at eight instead or Ida lotiiary 30. snaa down to a light breakfast. laKore wlUch tie always Uaaaa ma wrinkled cheek %  >i olu Marie, and then buries hii iorMilaiiai %  • orr si.i|. twm*M The islands bel^i | t group of atolls MO mile •i'lth-west of the Atttnll of New Guinea ihey are far fiom shipping tracks; even the last mem iinmoiet-il In thl I invaascni. The mlaaton, >"i i I ti-r.'a pathologist, an anthropolo* gist and mi agricultural eMpetl discovered that the am 'l < Mm %  %  %  UM islands or! %  rioua nhwbitants will pravantad, oltlciala aay %  i n live on flh and I i tvpe of I ly plant imp taro Thev also i | httle rice and coco; % %  -•lured at the imti it iry by g German trades I Wanton. thai cquatoria, %  "'break of the 1914-19 [ anat •: %  tMo.storeyed. V clortan mansion stands in lavish gardens on a small island in the g blue lagoon surround coral reel. It shows no '"eay outside, but hMaahl ia enimhllng ruin. I'll' i landers, superstitious. %  aa haunted. .\a Inluibifuiitaj Ona of tiie bdanda once supported BO inhabitants Nobodv lives on it now. And the population of three aandl has dropped from i|>proximately 800 since tuning of the centurv he Hermit Isles la Luf. only four miles in length. onsj respect is the inf women not predom. thai is amara Uv b lai iica-uieu possesaion COhCCttMd That IN his canutVTomen are not allow to enter i an lOBUM where a canoe is being built They may not IxKtrcl %  iking its first trip They Maad altogether from the -uoing types of canoe. all else the men of these iwn islands idolise the L.E.S. Yea, "•i-.|"" t your hair wiih ven BBBM liquid or cream shampoo* hidea ha i lustre with dolling soap Aim. Hai..-.onuo., no aaap -* itkani <.ik noihina n,d.,ll yasja halr*l aaaaagl kssam WU your srrs hrsi •liaoi|B-t, Halo lirilt mil flinninenng l>ililM|liis. lu )raiaiii lathrr iy quickls III anv kind OO in America, KafeouiaaUi BMotassBBaaaapoaai TaaJraaaaa American w.anni have prosed onls Hale ghm hair Bttgh naiural radiaace. HALO ri'sp:il. ihr hitldt'ii lirauh o[ >our hair Child Saint Canonised 'I.I pern Lives Frugally Hen ixrhaps we have the emn. To lha %  .pulse In-hind the Sehll' hi man plan, an imraiate genet ib i aaU in bis wifeeclared that he %  leen in danger of mariTiat is perhaps nablc fault L E. S. Attlesey Breaks Work Record FOR HURDLES COLLI0I PAfsK Marvland June 2A Mick Attle-ey „, U Angles bauatad the world record for tin" hurdles by iiinmiiK lha disiance in 13 C seconds at the Amateur Athlen. Un I n aanlor track and Held ships ; ,i ihr Univaratt. land today. The offlei.il world l-.-oid is 13 7 seconds A ltl aaty has ulreadv a Claim for a wot hi i-ecoid of 13 ;, '"i the ISO yards hnidl, i win,i, iwara 10,000 yaroa-Ibnace Aslcnfeltet of P vania. 32 minutes, 44.3 laconda M. U. Thoma* Wins Sptton Shoot Mr 11 i. mom 1 Aa s l BlOOl tf.u !(!{() .>: illlil.'l %  %  lo • nl Rani* Mr. O. I Hani Paris Talks Break Up u aaaand th tua p,-. ,,„. third :;;;;;; tM ^ l{ %  hi 11 Mi it s ,-, vemment! i.siicn.M with HI Mr u 11 Thonuu iai 1^2 M P C Cumberbatch It] G. Martii THE HACITF. The Parti b %  • 1 %  on th Sehmnan I'l %  U break up tomorros\ for about :i week to enVATICAN CITY, June Ji An ft.t yea. old I tall woman tonight ..:tie child, mi M.HI. .ti (•listening in nm ajres, as alu watched Pope Plus XII deelari nar 12-yaar-old dau of the CatnohV 1 in Tine,, hiiiidr.-. urims KHW lha i' tradition n ..11 caramon) befi Saint Pet. %  Goreti. murdered 4S years apn while resUtltig rape. The golden evening aui .v*r tb~ cits of Roma the. popta*e I tiie great % %  |i nt P tart on a to work fast. Not a lasativa—you can take Alka-Seltrar at ANY ttmo. Drop one or two labials in a glass of water Wao Ii it fill and diasolv* into a sparkliiif, pleasant -tasting drink. T-a. af 11 h M taalatu Alka-Seltzer Advertise in The Advocate K s Year* 1 .' Parrs H S M Marshall I' A cheeseman ISl 119 118 lift i\oi ICnough Publicity The Dutch delegation is reluriiuig 10 Holland tomorrow, but 11 leader. Mr. 1> 1* Spierenbm., S t.is in Paris fui the tic. • ring Now that 'he 1 1 haa [aatad aorna layi the dei lull] ac 1 thar*a standpoint*, it was eld. d The c< ifan al conBldarad It rtffhl '<• btaaii up for %  i-iiii .. ameh I 1 noma for consultoU* -Heuter Mis First Post like our Foreign Minister i the naUonaJ aceno. He got his irst Ministerial post In 194(i. when 'laud made him for Evacuees. He followed the dying French 1 ...\ rrunenl lo the traaady of llordeaua He lemained in ofllee weeks under Marshal retain but whet, he saw that onls a lap-dog Shot p,,tJim Kochof New York *1 feet. 2 18 inches I..Mm Si, 1, Illinois 3 minutes 51 3 Sixteen Pounds Ha bamu. 1 Fclton of New York l. feei ;ii, Inches papei Pi lack nt 11 rnatho da duction \ 1 el was u. be onlv a lap-dog 3 - of the Nails h. realgned ml wem-V* Michigan lack to La J • 1 Heuter ON, June %  Comn 11 %  % %  ledn lo-n.i Ion the m esl of grain and atoch pro,'its causing sen. to sot at econoa ., Moar-nss here. Prorrfii a Soviet Mlnialrlaa and u 1 s ivlel 1 < odi.istmg ayatem for failun ti v _. sultbi. %  1 Ta k A!tlP ICUll.lt, Kaj 111, Becanrli Pi 1 n H •"''' 0 """' %  I Aarh iltun th. \t, irj Slate and the Mbilstn oi Production. Thej are all n> 1 Yards—Warren Dm. Mc: ., IntorgMj their props minute* 33.„ carrunugn In thi 1 —Renter luo Y.. 1,1Vi .. rjajgaj aawaaa II i %  aaaaj 11U Yarda 1 sey of Los Ai 40(1 Margan 46 ."1 seconds Soviet Scienlittt Gels Gold Medal LONDON June H Trotlni l.ysenko So,;tural scientist whose genet K theories have aroused \suri.l-\side iniitroveiss has Ii the Soviet Academy of '. ra llva Mecznlkov OoU 1 1050. according to n 1 /let Nea Affana) 1 maa1 ved in lxindoti to-day Ito who is l'resldent o( %  Academ) <>f Africutencea, 1 UUiw thai lac* %  .1 lu thought to be betc-liitttflclally coiidltnntroUod -m# f-sr fam hm^ H .aaaa amara. ".•*? %  auafja • mm foftg/T efra;.4 ** 1 %  **%  -* %  ba e-move. .-r mtkl af*, shall aull bs total.. haaaasa laswu betb i.-.l. J p, a u G u 1.., ila-leaa. youthfai sUa Tha world famous daiiuaiulogiat wbu errataa laana arafaaahaai bas is^tatloabvad tnudera Uauiy traaUawBt aad acarigaf apasbl praaaraUasaa far aa. I. lypa „| akin aad ags. --'•**> asawipfa, .,*..,„ aii j u .s, Inn^m raasaras Aaaaaaat •**-* •*-*• •* a akin aViarf ., ,„; J,sW ay aba dWtsata. Qaaa year %  ku. Bight and arat-miag arltk eael, 4eaaaJaaasraa Irmoxa l ll H LONDON /-<• ate** a a a ja a gs^amm sX*s tm+S + jftfrtmj Obtainable from BDOK£E g (S'dea) DROO STORK and ALPHA PHARMACY. WfrHtnff WB. FOI; \RTY LTD. line i> Hritii.li Uiilana) I'liim,. MSI Rlrclriral Baft iff* 11 is rwiit RADIO HEU< 1 i/.vrvy It It 1 -lsy. i.isir. VolaHhe P001 Reception, **: % %  • 1 I iir out ol ordeC ? s >'' ( M Iftrtment, let ua Rive it a Complete Over haul. :',• tti Line for the nrvt Cricket Twt Match alwit %  • i'lo. 0QI* Service Is PROMPT We repair anyi|dm| F.lcttricnl. Inspection Time is Selection Time Owners of Vehicles should examine lhai.„ Tyres before Inspection and "IT THI-' IIIAT to avoid inconvenience. j": aUf I'npalitr Siafs it, Si„, I. \A, HERE'S HOW YOU. aM SAVE — •afaTlaT k TROUBLE FIT DUNLOP TO-DAY IXw Tyrthai gntaaaa /n . 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    SIM>\\ ll \l , I 95II >l M>A\ \DVOCATF. PACK TlllRTfXSHENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY NO PwjNrss: NVK as SU~< *.u D^KV *5UL5 !" 3 / XTAM\jTB 1 '— —-KM SOWS"N _v-as ^ \\~ T N< BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG ^0z*\ K. O. WXXOX . . WITH r N0* LlSTiN.MAOIA CAMNC* 1$ SOMI SOT 0* SLSVTH. Ml N (MUM ARMJHO ON ZUCCI'S MATH L OOKS UKI MI5 WORKING FO* CArtfSS*".. .CAFtfSSC LACHOOf YOU KNOW. WHISPER IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE t'Mf Rf TO '•CtV.WHKPEM ; MAVBC I SHOULD HAVI BCARCAID MIS or MM GUN. IF MC HAS UN OKIAtV CPNUiCNCf <*( Ll HAVE TO I OOK Otf* *0* fi" UN#A*v rfMMN-HHWRI L_ sis iVefo* fiiteium CHI LID. ftllllllllllllllllEllllllllllllllllllllllillllllillllll TWEEDSIDE RD, ST. MICHAEL. SHELL X 1011 Motor Oil is more than a lubricant. It OOOttbu :lditive. substances which enable 11 lu wash away carbon and oihci li.innliil deposi ts from working parts. transforming ibein into minute particles that cannot cause wear or clog oilways. If you want to derive the lull benefits from using SHELL X-100. do not mix it with other oils. A clean engine cannot fail to perform belter and have longer lilc. SHELL X-100 will mix with any mineral oil which is already in the sump, but to get Ihc best and quickest results DRAIN. FLUSH, AND REFILL WITH SHELL X-100 lo top up a sump ol ordinary oil with a pint or 10 of SHELL X-100, and expect ii to Rive a clean engine, is like trying to wash .. fluor with a cuplul of water. ASYCM. IHtAIN, the sump ..emptied of dirty oil OMfjflBf away with il mut'i <>l ibe vlmlge Hut %  certain amount of tpeni otl and deposit will remain. \s XII Ml SH. thn residue ol t>l.| oil i. wavlnd %  M) from engine surfaccv-enablmir SHELL X-100 MOtOI 01 to Mke OVM and begin iti work. But 'be fau Ui.it >ou have got fid of the old lubricaDt doein't mean ihai your engine it ilean ytl. WHKN MM tan I •!* MO I I X-100. tha cleansing and dispersing additnc. come into ALIIOD. Sooty and gummy deposit! on puton. and o"her moving parts jre washed JWJ>. afjaajyi ate ileared. After Out, SHI LL X-100 will ro t dealing with rucb MihWaDce* as they form. Detergent • Stable • Protective AYAIi Mill Illl. I Ol LOWING GRADES: SAB 10 %  SAB 20 • SAB JO • SAU 40 • SAB 50 I



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    PACE rOl BTEEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE M N'DAY, JISE X, MM CLASSIFIED ADS. I p vaur 9umaa L"• %  • 1 SHIPPING NOTICES DIED %  I TCniMOa-ELIZA MOM '< tm\ reetdenc*. "Sunaat Hou.* *i Jan*. ea June M rjufii •• tot n bury COaM-ten at 1 p.m i.> other p-Wi.a*d •!!" i*> > our reran through the death of OUI MM. WHS rLCMtENCC SMITH 1 ma AvOaMM. N..r.e Land Lillian CHIN IMA. Mix bijl Hfnllfi 'DauBM***.. Con ISA Nellie. JMII. Bawl*, nrenda. Marie t,....w children. Ruby Pollard inkw late IN MEMORIAM MCTA GILL who fell ealeep o. the read % %  • ecltina much tllli we. h.'u i" climb mil) rlneau Mi araii e.r. Am! "aid peace he thini by har i*Uti.*. Nil*. %  %  't.r, .. v K,0rl "o" I%  K run in\ i HOUSCfc BUKMO-VuTTA To Mil* Hill. iurr .*.ed. '--uina. dmra iu<.. 1 I roaern. all i -leri. ei.ten'**>r*e 1 ill*Sybil Hud. Mil. ill >4M %  LUI %  i j..,., %  ..1 . iba A so***, H Baa AKlurvw to Mar .! %  %  : %  AM aims, OK II l-ll > OITAOI AMD BUT rant fumlahM d-h. rai "ft Uuii^M main K-l %  M Oral .hU*4< M .. • "1 !• "' %  M ..--a B-aBae Irtc fuMr-. rrurld. III si vi .rRiNf.a *, . .. BNDSLEUill Hwtina* '..if I .madiad INN DM f r IM Sn ind Duncan vie lOsin iriangi. %  %  ire** 5 r.epheTN levin, Mcr-„M I M> Daw MtSkrd fcather PLOtl NCC /-LLgYHl •* (all B.knrp or. J„ne It. it7 Three tad • ** %  • > paaeed laday. Whan th. d. %  : %  I loved WM r.'lad 1 lav•** well. God loved b* W< A-** took m> de.-. Moibaa km, reef May %  ** wl in peace in hre.a. 0 By lb* kind Mercie. %  %  < Odd M In ba rernembera.1 bj rVI.INDA AL1EYNE. 'Dai.ahteri FOU SALE AMII lin l-yaah. Wbi'Hall flat* C-4I.HU. %  H.l T*lreM< MF MMpi rKV. Si Phikp Coa.i full* fir nedrnnmv water mill .uppl. 1-Ujlil>nt pUM r>iiibla laipri. 1 aaivaril' r* Iil^ Vi—. on Dial MM HIM ar Road u No LUfilOU f*r tn* Koad Aax Bdragna wnu aa*r paMI "... ••* •" SAINT VINCFNT Wl SrmVH'K No* mak-a |. holMaya t'ndar ana in|iafaiiiil RATIIU MILL TOWtl HO M V|m SI-VNY CAJUIUkU'i i-k.M m. in .<>• Dai *'. BM>I Vbacanl I toHD. ..i : AMI I i.: .landind on llil) %  in i i. %  Jreurni with iunmn ..iar Mom. Kiuh.'-n. • rl Vacht Aajual R- BARBADOS CLERKS UNION %  • an a,•"' -,*h ta.fl. i. ii .. aa-ftWlh Wby HOUBB Pulfj fumi.i-l l..-iBa In Hm r*aaa raJldand.l dlMrtri. I ndlaa ftam i"n 1 badrnoma. I llrlna rootna. uaual ofTlrra FTon July lai two. to January l>l IB31 Apply to Mr. C B :>:, %  Dial IM, ICM-4 f r, .V." INUAUJW %  UTOMOTIVt I-AR r% % %  %  C . r*w C R CAR-Chi •mi order :•" %  : a I., food rvin%  bet [ DM %  By, <;,acn H,H. ('All-) riUndai • X llwi ARC:*. rn-i. Cnnat C Ol".*a Plaaildlio'i md ChavrWot fiitfifc. Nil*. M-I Ralinv M | fcr-an raaannablr Apply S I W 3 ELECTRICAL rLfc-mic iLuir IOWM C lol oparal a|* ni MOOmB> dad a*H a atant* toorrd, Carair b„.ai hcatinf 'abuui uvind S ara aiound* f Nl-rv.ll. ft Co Vtlritnr Itwbvirk SI Talephora MM IS S 10m •i i Film Show Bnilah July. Monday I4U>"Coat of Uvliut inunr-v and olhar labuui >uliilica" St>a-ar Ml E S Burtowa*. Labour C*mmiionar Jul>. Uanday llil— "Th* amployar* MM Ml WW addakal Mr B. LaMWSmlTri CHRISTIE SMITH. Oanaral Bacalet* HI aw K f.RFT.A I %  %  l.ttu u|i.>i> fact %  irhin Ball, aw Inalallrd For I aprm-Mion and inapartMn apply V %  #i John C o N U Ho-rll. Dtal 3HS *? ,\. lor %  %  %  on and n %  H*7 |u.rf*ai „| i„„] „.,iii nlflJ %  allar*. drawma and dlnlna fhomi, \ m bad,.... !" kiithan. WC and bath, a la* li. lull, and (rw frut, 1rw „, Tua abovrntanlionad |.r-.|-.Mv w ui ^ *•' ",?-.''" ?'* by P ub '"' .umpetliion a IMU''IM ^frJt' "" r d y "^ In-pa-fion M B|>pli..'i^r. bj 1htnint VBABWOOD A BOVO /VfilT ARRIVAL LADIES' NYLON SWIM SUITS AND rVVO PIECE (OTTON SWIM SUITS MAIM f. VtLLT'. Bl John—Pumlahad. W C and Bain, aarafc. good aaa hathlna No haalihlai or cooler . Oaraaa lot I SMrvanl Raama clc Modem Coii•haaa Dial USD to t M-4n FOII S \l I NFWIIAVEN KTSil^ 1 ""' fully iCNFRATIN'O BETS Conn%  IADIO-7 b e ion very li %  'I'. Mcln, %  KCHANICAL Vutus I B clal to*. HAGP>--Dml (i BIKES. Hci Ml modal. | It. Lid m A i ... HIM li £ W-on* • 3 H P II* V M Cycle C.i | to-. I.b. Ml, a. WHUaa, K^ff, MISCELLANE OUS ANTIQl'F SHIIlin c VMtnaSPan Early booka. Mapa. Aula%  rapka, *> ,i CnyarUiaMa Air..,.. MolokM! Roy. i Taant Ciui< IJ.a.-t.fA. BOHEMIAN pair irean and Bold, aUu ci>niplele 1 table aia in imba Goriin|e> Aniiqu SI'OP IJW In HARV GRAND PIANUFOIITl lli-..,U f.il lona Baraair *.. Advocate Co. A|.|>ly %  .,. II M I DIAMOND Nli'KI A. Iof larae xiprili iin*.. mad* by Londini Court Jeweller. •tread to .{T Oortlnlaa Anllq SI. naure HSM I ClMlL EVENING DKEHSKS grand Poky PI*aU 1 •re have apackal ir-m. n. Drama THE MODEM* DRESH SIIOI'I'E B • SO--an OLAUFSCt>aai)~Rradiiia (il.v-1 •I Clarke Jrwallar No IS Jama, strtet *^a %  %  t ^M-ln Eczema Itch Killed in 7 Minutes Taur akin haa nearly y, million tiny aaami ind p-.n. whrr r r %  l.i.i, ami causa lar' l *3"•*•• I'l" !•!•.. loot Itch and other -mi.?. ?'.f'?V? "•-""""%  *• Ol % %  BMla.y r-'l*f berauae they do ul kill la#nt .|i|> ||ia rm. t„ t niluui !" Bfl l " ; tmi*Mii*a.l id riv* ,„„ ^ ,(.. C | el|r .,!,,. ., .ve amooii, akin In one a-aak, ,,r man.y .-. %  > % % %  r ajiamlat QWSlgSLA-. OVF I A ROC HOITRE n tha aaa f hod Apply ind Apartmen 1 Mia. K Hunt*, nrattoDtal BUT I.t.W-tn. — Maawall Co.. I Ai.fii.l. September (urn I B)i ad eacept |la*< .... in.: km War Smir-Contd. MIDCELLAMCOVW tDlKK HATS—Baalder ihowlni tha t ......ilmenl of IjiUlea' Hal* w* carry larae vailatie. on all Millinery me., we will redlm any Hal from St.*. to full your Individual laala i., m-wii rmr anmibii THE WiilHEHN DRIS SHOPPE. HIM J.i NEEDLEB IM IMr raaaad play** II kind* incrudlnc Hub, and ae>M.r e-mi-parynananl neodlaa to play aevaral ••ouaand iM-onUiura. A BAJINEB .• CO.. LTD. m.B-Un NEW ll.--.lw •id Bat 'I-ATI UtS" Dinah Sbora. Frank Birn and all th* raat. Cane %  -: quick. A UAMNSeJ CO.. LTD. M.a.M—t.f.O ill >all th* Fuiiutwr* SlautitoB". mti Ayraue. BaUevilM. wiiH-b MMiiHle* DmMtd Tat.f Uoru/hi. Aaaa and tub Chaaa. C*.-.. C'-Wia*. I.*uuor Caae. Ornament Table.. Plait Btoola. Berbie* ChaV all In mahofi Cedar Rook Shelf. Upholater Couch. •TBM Chair.. Py* Radio. BIKh Morri. Chain and Cuahloru. PVtluraa. Corulol*EUxtrle Vk !>.. ,!.:r M..I Deep S.ci-p Bada. cdar Pre**. Pine D-niier Preaa. Marble Top and W —I.,. Waihatanih. Ke.mr Machine Kitchen Cabinet. Ijrdera. KiKhen Table. i Cten.il.. Coal Mtav*. EaaoUM Hut Pi.i. MaBugariy Dir-atBd Takl and Che.1 of Drawer, awl aiaiiy MHri UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER 1 have been ,. %  %  i,j by Heaan D| Cu.ta A Co, Mil lo **ll by pubhi auction at their warrhoua* at the Loa.* It 30 P in ollrctk pH-ture .lilp railed cludea M blocha, II eilu*)i.lak<>r>. H panbucket. 13 H'a IMH*. I •>.il . 1 *.*ap*M I bkxk • Irapa I .ail.. I plac*< of rudder. II bfanaeU. I Bra ealinauialiea biackeU. a j I Ja buuarlaniae I anaaaal baaiiia. I Unterx. alada* i Beyley lb* A hammrr. wver.l -mate maltreat, a-.d llmdebuiv colkrction of houaanold "ml. hoa*. I roll leather, empty bo*i %  1 ply wood. T hurricane 1 %  evvral i-n.u i aniiaa Ti-BMCABB f>ARCT A SCOTT Oovl Aunmnr "WINDSOK LODGE" Govprnnv m Hill. St. Mlrhael Slandlng on One AOV uali Six Acres alluchetl. For all parliculars apply . II H WILLIAMS Dial 2676 rANTB Oanb ft BPH UJUAU I*M> i.t.". mad* to ordar In Khaki. Ir*y Flannal Tropical. Price |3 M. 0 M a. M raapectlvaly STANWAV %  1, %  1 .,<: .!... >,| Hll.er %  N.ll. rki with tint.i Bd Mm -nad*. newi rxu t aril loinnl • Aniiqu* nnop M In ROv f. On* ill Tn i.II.III, r Gal Apply Clifton Trerac*. Upm-i Bay B*r**l Talaut^nc mm U • n RETHEAD lyraa al auaeuil tea* Mi %  il MB. %  I I at I fa. M %  T at /MM. EM a H at HI each Enquire Auto Tyre Caen ny. Trafalair Strael. Pl.i.na MM IIIM-On SAMiAllfj; b(IWL and rat, Grata* Inn Oppoi iperlmer WANTED HELP Isaianaa Apil... kg lot ol Llvlruj Al M wilh Centftcata, to b %  I* W I Jahnapi raM lalei than Monday li lurth*. partlr.k.1. fi.un II.* f M.O •kanaa IMMKDIATFI V %  ''" OM MlM Nnowledar e Short ha*i ...' Ttainp All appl ..1 Appl to T H H Wilkln •'k.l.-* Oara, M. Ltd It %  ti. -'.. ,EHDZ3EEa often cauie dingcrous niituumi is cftie of negliernce In iatelllfCDl households an iron rult Mi$n for every wouodi: ..Pui rurol on", because one knout, th at Purol is dcliciousi* sohcnioe and healing and because all m ffCaiont can be prevented by applying this brilhanl skin ffedy. tIALKBMAN nan a. Car inowleddof %  Heat Ion %  Ire a I n wrltln* !. UN0C THE IVOfrY HAMMER T.0M -0.1 id houaa wlnrh "u. aal< dmina root*, i badrat and Iiar.• Baraae Prlr* IBM, %  11 AHCV \ S< illI on Thuraday June t ichmond Gap. Ilaibaiei hou.vhotd aaraet PROPERTY n.„. Wail Ue.itwo.-l Chair. Benlw. B> d R*ker tl •* %  M'H. Clirl.t Chu.rn ...... i Dr*..|na Table, HI.UII Pre.. BV. Hi •*"* %  * • nd " l!n l •• %  . J liediooma Pine. M.hiuianv Tabk, MalwaMn'y Cue? """ % %  '•* %  alaetrlc llphl l.^ethei with Larder. W-n.t.nd Itod.lraT Ptur..: '*• -"-a ' '• ,h •"" I oflet •IvaalaaC C.-h t.MiFFim Au.ii.,iLcei MlM UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER arsE Table.. i. and nd Arm uiN.ulai Mth by itrdM of Mr r will .ell hi. (..HI.IIU,,. .1 PUntation. Ht Gem a < Round Tip-Top Dlnlm Stool*. n„ ,i.i Card Table. Mud Waaami Cliair. Pit I Inlaid Cord a* Table.. Plcturea, I-IIO naitn.. ier> aood I'lld Tea Seiyic* a i.-.i.i., n. PlabM Dtah Covera, Fih Kmve. and Parka. Coffee Cupa. Ruby Clary I rjlaue>. Frull Dl.hei. Sea ira*%  krttee and Chair*. Pine Sin|le Hed.tca.l V.IIKI Sprina. Draaaina Tab)**, Linen l'i***. D**k. Larder in Mahodany. Krnfrw Ctaani Separator in perfect order. Coal Stove. Rabbit Hut.he.. Plseon Coopa, Conco.d Buaav. l.awn Mower* and other Item. Sale 11 JO o clock Term. la.l. BRANKIR TROTMAN ft CO.. imu REAL EfTATB vtiiAta If H t A Payable Wh.laaal* Uaar Ba.iaa*. I Ibr t II. B/IUI Burchaaini Hn< i. o • from ABenu includma Kan for 1100 pm <-.. %  11.000 Kelt I car ...... H apM I In "WANTED by the Harftad". Publicity 'oerunlltee lady AMkl.nl lo lakt cliaiBr I fnliini,.hon lluteoa. Be B well Alrpual i kaowleOaw of ivaawrilWia la aaaaalal. SpaiiUn daaValMa ApplH.iian In inline u> TVa Chairman. Baitwdo. a Tn* BM'atar*. rr Head MISCELLANEOU8 %  ijiiii.n a. ,.i'b,* sr a PltjBN ph.in, iso so In hi. ertMUy. M. II.IT.I, .„, on WedncBitav Ipth Jul> M II i. Small Capital ik Debt* Sale Condition. Atlracllv* Twd.Suxey •uniewell Bi'ine*. pnd In Tudor Street, can V.U „wi •t lmaiuic for Onii SeaUd* J. Bedroom (er Oal> l SOB A Deurablr 1 Badrapm Lara*> atoaewall Bunsalow in A-l ConArea Talk End I. Nate— DMUM. PI toad lo Sell Don .1! Malar I.UU' At Ha.-..,,-. l-.a. Saaalda Propatly witli %  red 1 Bunaalow* or a 00 It Hotel. Sandy neach. Bale Batln Owner Willirut to In...t In an r Moitaaa** linanut i nil. B. F. da ABBBI 1 A Trained It.al Eatatc Aaroi < .II at Ollva Beaak. Ila.tlna. M -II. Bra... i .a-i-.rt s... lie. -II l.rl for bum II lent lnvaetnie.it Appli I' Eitr.priar. Chrlat Church CHIROPRACTIC RESTORES HEALTH HI COLLEGE POUCV of Hie Sun Lift.' Assurance Co. of Canada provides th*> %  Oiutlon of a problem that l plexed mony parsau, i,v nuking certain that the child shall have ihe training and social background so essential to sueeesft in life. Full information on "THE COLIJ;GE POLICYwin be gladly supplied by— CECIL JEMMOTT (Agent). 1* O. no* S3 ni Phone 2I BrtrJfelown. DMNta I'hornix Pharraacv will be open to Ihe public on Thursday, June 29th, and Saturday. July latj from 4 to 6 30 p.m. A charge of %  1/mill be made and the proceeds will form the nucleus of a fund for the purv chase of a motor to enable | the Fountain in Trafalgar Square. Bridgetown, to play and become a miniature of those in Trafalgar Square, London. TUITION ral -ub...u Tal-ylian' •! Ill I'll III RELIEF Tttoviianda Of ruptured me have limnd In.lant re!,*l Maaal.y Alt f.ikl" App'ianra. Pilled with a real laSaUbl* a.e hi. n broken tlMuaa have Increiw-' ihance. of layniUnB Eo* full Oatalla ar.d Fraa Pk.ot nil* lir.ASI.i:V!l I.TII. Ilr,il. 190 4 Cock St reel. LotidoW I, Poland For MAItl. >AND OAKI'LV Mill III LIMF and lU.orK *rroNi AaXANTIg HOTEL iON.THt.UA) BATHSHIBA BARBADOS Foe reaarivatloii apply KLCOMMEND TO INSPECT NOTICE .. that an Eatraordinai. eral MeeUng of the abovenamed Society will Uheld at the Society's Office, Boekwlth Place, Bridgetown, at 2 o'clock pjn. on Friday. Tih July, 1950, for the following purposes, vis.— 1. To deciae wnelhcr tt is desirable to appoint %  Committee of seven persons lo value the Investment! of the Society as required by Rcsoluti.ni .( %  %  -.. %  ber. I80B, ami. if it is deemed desirable, to appoint the seven prisons to form the Committee. 2. To appoint a Director in the place of Mr C. M. Manning who has resigned To consider and if wen lit to adopt •]' terotions to tbt Sett lame nl letlunmended by the Dfa Tins, |i|,-|,.. ; .... its can application to the SV.ILUry By Order of the Di>, C. K UROW.Nl>:. Sorret.irv. 22 6.M5n REAL ESTATE JOIIS u. I.I \IIOS urmer!> Dlnon A Bladoi FOR SALE IIADW %  • arable property of • •>. approimatety . L-ite„t. a | bulMIn*. laud U-A 81 Jam*. Modern done bungalow witp 3 i—Ir—.rp. wide Mndy baach ft OH ekdhaheba Altraetieb .ton* property with baaattfUl vie-, of toe coad and cool at all tuna* UrlghUNi ...I-. drtlcned 1 l a d kupinad *-ia.... Ht-SKOKA W Miun* A c-ea %  i. ik'iaaw of v.ey BAUMI ceawlatara „,.d BM i u I-KI.I o ., w tiir Nath • iM Chuarh .i*l.ll..l rfiei* bin" .. 1 SOU) %  wdtuom %  -ell hea ,„| ^ I MALI, s, p^^ f i.uiiac wit %  STORE .1.1. si uich Sill It **"'* > 1 1 3 acre, ol i ter An KALL St Lucy. larpar **aate hum** ..line IIIIIHI over%  •' %  st J_r.ee SOLO P-'Pe-P 0.V BM. Ui-k Baak B.nall done bun*.*!"* -Hh I %  BUENA VIST* j Mil* Hill. lu-pi atone buiidelow in Hal IlESIDENC"; Hrlaldon Itoad. a. Mtchaat Wed pfac*d • ruomad piun| re-n>od>Ued RECENT SHIPMENT OP // %  ## HOTTIiMEB 4 U\UtS nns cm nrauii %  wnmum _ lji _ 1 -e*a*n*yfc_US^*Ot-NOB* ITD.-f,,,,!,,,,. MM"' "1 -rk.r of Bread ft Tader atra.u ''"' '-'•''V.y/A'//; BRENDA'S BEAUTY SALON Now .Hum,..! ... Grey Stone PJ.U. Balmoral Gap, will raeeea lo tu.ionrn on M.wa.,, June M, under it. neu ownership. AHLOIEId. Bt Latviwic* Well II 1 -mm reetdMtce with pat.. m • %  ml ,.* Al.ISBLHY Gun Hil: AJ> Sr^B-y. SOLD "-il pl "^ AiiI.ro.N ni linn Mudarii ','. SOLD "^ Uwl imi'MAlKA — Navy Oardaaa l.anic ra-niodalled 1 store) arty pi.^.YtilDfe (Near Parochl.l Treaauryi. SOLD *->'• %  r -<> la ii low eailly An li.sipeiiali %  XML St. Jam** One Ilia moat alli..llv propurtlai LAJtag L>VNU<>La>ir CIUU1 WaU i i i.iooacii ni. teg „. -lrfl Golf I An relate ; SOLD GliAMMK 1IA1J. TUOIAtT-. w*U daitound conI ,..,.,'. .-: .... ,| UTAGK Bt. in.*. Well placed toad butura%  Hlllli:\T St Peter SuJkl o*d SOLD •^-•"i '. i very low %  Hdtruaj Kd 1 bedraomad timber uunsalow Ouod poMUon _nd On bu> route. H UalmMal Gap A HOLD ' i beard I LAMB MI.I...I. Mir Appl BBS. BIB* At RrULfenrld. SI Thomas, an* S wall Houae and Shop both In aood r and P. acre. „f ....hie land whir planted with i.n., Th* rlshl pi..-. OMIIIM. and laMbuj .toah. Price al AT YOUR SERVICE IN (1.1 \\l\(, II1I1M, Ul MURIM, AND HAT %  iRioaiko RAYMOND JOHDAN. MOTICE OUC ( I STOMKR.S .rr ulud l„ Hat. Dial our Store CLOSES lor . STOCK-TAKING On Thursday 2flh June nnd until 12 O'clock (NOON) on FrMay VHh VOl AKF ASKED TO CO-0PEPATK John D. Taylor A MT. VISTA. Rockley Impoa%  -I'%  '% %  Of %  .,1 .-one Offered well below MAITLA.VDWorthlna AtlrwcSOLD c ou, •* %  BT BaUuheha. Wall T-rty with S acroa FA1IUIOL.ME M.nwaUa 1 oro atoruy houa* with nearly 1 %  -' % %  Optnn further %  arable land HAaOSSB/<>OD BlUiop/. Court SOLI) • %  '.*d proeSM Ifflajaaj I mil, MB< K#\ A CRrSINd UHIIVIWISI K. WKISklSG THE NEW CROWN CIN'.I K 41 r



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    SUNDAY. Jt'NE M. 150 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE FIFTEEN B. B. f. Radio Pr^am. HARBOUR LOG • II Pro.,., Intnl.,. u %  P* peIJ IS p m Kai ? LaMaSh. il U p m Um" Ra-lo NWl l l %  utm Selviea %  IPOpm Tl* S'. IHip.ii I Iron. UnlaiiI 11 p %  JBpm Varied n. Ji.< mpm Prio> %  I'.! P T | T** *>•, %  le 4 IS a ,r Rfnl'nvj. i-^-n * P m Bundaj Ba f av EpOoa.ir IM p m Aee.-.iaan Interrda.Tli pm Pr.Mmn. r I. rate. IM pm PKi %  Pn>m the IMMitJ'i Hm*. Villon CLvfi' T.VI pro Tha pm V.,A-*-..>tM bran Vww. IH pm Bad* %  IS pm Boo*. M Bead. 130 pm Pi:m P*M. •' n OlMlM KIM ai tM Piano. > p m Lonton Forum. B> p m Arir.ual Cinn. VI 11 • aa, four. rev Into M.I.HII 111* ni The Hr KOftPAl II \l St 1 %  %  It a.m.--I.4S Commentar? or Second T-l IOTI IS %  m Th. N Tllar-. t •rally SpcaHlr*. tf> a ion. I* %  ID m .i m ThM .-' T •*• ptatepa m Tri> Ti.n Tuaaa I no p !" Nr* I M p I Bin. I 11 p m SpoM-Kr>. |.SJ Mae* the Comn.irnif.nn. ] ap ,> %  > the Third PrtaD-amme. 4 <*> D m New a. 4 H> p ,n The Itall] IN CARLISLE BAY I Aim u M Smith. . tana net. DtPAXTI KIN E M Tannia. H tona IMK. Cap* far BUtah Ctalar M V Capl UC ton* n Archibald, fat Lucia S Lady Haltnn rl fipnirt I %  T..r^day Tin v.ear %  > Baa aanMaa< for por i.ii in wa. kl llaiifat ,V. -~?:%  k pM i 4 15 p m p m Report England v Wait Indira ft.Oft pm Ir trrtude. II) tn Paaajreraena PuwJi 5 p m Generally apaaJUna;. ft 44 n.n The KP> 11!,.. U3 IJIpm Hcport from WlmBledon. %  P^rho-analyaia. Itfpm The C-ilmtoul "rpw 10 intllpir Irani the Editor ia.10 II | H Ml b'-utini w> the Marsh, 10 *i a lo ni n.maraBh R.irv.-* II no p nl Th* Nrwa. BXMTOM wain isjp M<. WRL'W GOVEKVMEVI \OIMKS PART ONE ORDERS Clllirrli to raoDMi -I.IMt.' II a m U< G. McAIMjatn. 1 p n i"" BIOWW MiaHi: *i pm. Uavdon Services %  HII.I. 11 am. M %  '^qUMBC II am Hi I ( 0U.TVOKI RtH'K AMI < 111 K rail am Expo.' f*ril Cantata 1.11 | •tlOimTOWS' Mrv B %  Ml IIKIOIST iiwmiitucd) %  IIHIl II .m Bo J Danrmi I, '. v III Nrv B CroaPp. Anmal ft(iaa>i*u,} Mnnni Tni jadar JUH Mt!' Uavlaoi. Chaltman Di B DAI.KS < HRISTIAN ACIKNCV 1...I h.r.h a CBttM MfWatfl t-ria: • I PPr Bay lrrr. Sunday* 11 am and In !" Wpdna*da>. MM %  : ilUn •>• O -alratt I. II inmand. Tha Baruadoa Bagiriirt *r Major O V C Walcott. ED. I ii CM .i CMMIIII, UIII. t. 'i M a J.... I\H tin All rank, parada at KnimrnUI llaadquartar. at 1TM houn on TBunday June. IPS.' OKNIXIl IHIlim ANp O It II mi. Y •IRJIANT I OR tlllK IMMNr. 1 ilLT. IN* t>rrli>rU >lllc*T VI' (I C tttrrktn Ordarly Pl)nl U> L. RJI. Quiri1}ti*. K .Vral far Ualp urdarly Oftr*r U.ut. % E L Johown Orderly Sr, ira,it ?II I_ s;i lla> i M I. D ^KrES-t-OX. Major, SOI.F Adjutant. Th* Barfwdo' Brvinirn ORIIIRTIIF nARI'.ADOs BFdlMrVT REHIAT %  %  3rd June. IftM. :>..! 1 A llnl, No Ban* I r.-jalt% KTRIvnTII HI! Rl At—KrmtaaallH 43* Pto Bandilord. It A N Permuted" to ratlin from the %  13 L/C OKt. Heaimmt bv the CO. Wat iv jujat, •*> i movtnniiN -i.M O Bn HU Itomat^i |o A I BB -<• iiAvi-rmv II K.I CBBBMI %  a HJ OlSAMd P LMN fi.n. June to Jl tut ft* anth petmiaaion LMMl C F Neblrtt No 1 • Orantrd P. leave Horn fl %  %  i.. LT.A.0 IM rt to Wave the Col on; aral nV-M June, so SK>.M a-cox M L t SOLF r AdldlArit. Vacant posts of Medical Officer. General Hospital. Barbados. Applications are invited for five vacant posts of Medical Officer. General Hospital, Barbados. Applicants must be registered Medical practitioners. Posts are non-pension able, on contract for three years. rem\v;ih|r Private practice not permitted. Salary will be on the scale of $3,600 x 240—$4,800 per annum and position In scale determined by i'X|"-iitiKL' and qualification. Rent-free furnished quarters will be provided but until these are available an allowance at the rate of ten per cent of salary srlU I"' payable. Passages, not exceeding $940 each way, of officer and family payable on appointment and on expiration of contract. Duties are general and in their performance the Medical Officer shall act under immediate supervision and control of such BlipailOl Officers as Mednal Superintendent, Specialist Surgeon, and Specialist Physician and under general directiui.< of the Director of Medical Services. Application 1 accompanied by two testimonials should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary. Bridgetown. Barbados, and should be submitted not later than the 31st of July, 1950. 24.6 50—3n. r„, iOt'Th 11 :i ni M. i A I '1 VAl'XHAI I %  | %  HL-KCI1 T p m opt %  pen The Hew > M -S F Wodneaday newraj Fair-rhild alreel 111 pm Falichild Street The Bn %  T nnirxi i II a m i (, S p as. paj Maai lns : pi ... writ U am. Nohneo* Merlins. 3pm %  Preacher Major Olub. Till: M \\ l.->l \MI.NT III K< II OF (.OD %  Ml I pi EcH.1i I BTSJIMW I r m Bank I all lllll I BOB: II am. Oraana, > kf ii n WaUti >i m it'll 1 %  I IBB, Bet n Mil -\l \ MII1N ARMY Nl'Ul. I II a mHolme*. strath*. %  I •" MeetiriB. I p m r*; l~Martins Pra her Card (if ban. II a hi M"M. 3pm Mretir... T p m Salvation 1 II. U 1 Mealln*. T p m CABI.TON Mam HaJBtSSI Marlins. 1 p m Ml i)rtEB Ham MrHina. I p m %  Meeting. T p in Sal* aim-> %  Praachai Waior H.. %  f* -jajvltt II.IIJ IE.Ml... \ olrs Cricket And Tennis DAILi it It i BRO iOCASTl AS ON 8 tSrd Juato. %  bsl week. UM BI will LHIWUII In I TeM MiUh at Loo OaV, 2SHh in-l ptVt %  M the rut] Bvc -:••unllkM the rirst Test Ti.< • .'ir fFOBQ KI5 aVm. until I • hour's MpOrt OD each ilay's plajf giTPn in • %  %  programme lietmning al ISJCO da) Trie All sVlfland 1 n ChampstMMhlp Opan at M Mbi lajti and tbi BBC will on the days matches al 4 4.1 pjtl throughout tl' coming • i |\)0owtiu] UM BI will be ;. 'he Wet; bidsM taatn %  Prtdaj nex: inn on %  will be a half-hour's cominontar: rjall-by-ball %  10 45 t<> i i'i .i in hut apart front U %  natc i Will In1 mm: at i is p m oaeh ( urihbritn Vnlaasj On Su.ul.,.. W J i BBC's programme 'CarUbta Marahall on a proae Item The prose piece * Whai's Ih* rap" A CO | by Samuel Mt JTollowms this there will be poemby Samuel Sclvnn and Bjmab* Brnon-rt>rttiiti of Trinidad and Owm Campbell and Daniel Wil ltams — the latter n newcomer tr the programme — both of Si Vinottat Broadcast begins at the usua! time of 7 15 p.m Psycho-A naly\U The BBC s Nesta Pain. ho pr.^ %  Analysis m ihc i-oming e* ... laHaff in scwnUltC an,TevhiiK.il wor.lol medicine In the billing of %  radio feature suggest uninediatelv that tha prodiRMl will be Nesta l\iui and that the programme will be extremely internUng and produced. This Is true ol Uul i. ; .igimme on paychti-aiialyr t> h..trvci incd i, | thank i M i utrami Ij fashiooablt %  M grammi written i %  • sjonlne %  i porters and \ ehemca.it critics. 11 will be .m the air on Monday nex: at 9.00 pin. SlMprt-Wave Hint* Annlher talk in ihc %  %  ... ne\ Monday In thi< Ulk. BBOarn on \Tiur prt'grair, • R+view' F v Head of the BBC's Bnj Services Croup, talks M ll v. ill be on the air on IkngVl June at •.!* p m The lltmae-LW ytrTmt-l> EngM IM • b.!ig %  BMMten . %  %  Hill'' rtsstaappa ml MtP lUastt rait v. i I be broad' i '..i\ tie%  na Ywm or Ju.t a Day" tain Irur ll itii -tatv l"ep piajnusa and take ma to KATOLO IIABDrMCt DANCE MTUIaMV Mtiiti ctuuiRjata coonwn LlfeUHhl Bnad %  NUBRIfl BBATBWAITP Rr-|n-' rhr t-*raaure M r*m e—ipat '•tha-r DANCE l—i*. i %  A srrfl stsetied •' %  *Vlt tllTTFfn Ore ha a l i a '^^ Vacant post of Medical Superintendent. General Hospital, Barbados. Applications are Invited for the post of Medical Superintendent. General Hospital, Barbados Applicants should be male registered medical piavtitioncis will, i-xpcrien i In Hospital administration. The post is non-pensionniile. on contract for three years, renewable. Salary will be at rale of $5,760 per annum. Private practice not allowed. Rent-free furnished quarters are provided. Passages, not exceeding i960 each way. of officer and family payable on appointment and on expiration of contract. The Medical Superintendent shall act under the general superintendence and direchort'of the Director ol Medical Service*, and shall be responsible generally for the NptTvisaan and management of the Hospital, shall perform surh other depnrlmental duties a* may !• required of him from time to time. tt Applications accompanied by two testimonial* should be addressed lo the Colonial Secretary, Bridgetown, Barbados, and should be submitted not later than the 31st of July. 1950. 24 6.50—3n. Breathe it in! When head and nose fee stuffy from a cold, stir a teaspoonful of Thermogene Medicated Rub into a jug half-filled with boiling water and deeply breathc-ln the steam for fifteen minutes. Another way is to spread a little of the Rub on a handkerchief and breathe-in Its medicinal vapour. THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB h Jart to the Colonial Sccrotarj. Bridgetown. Barbados, nnd %  hotild he submitted no* Urtai than UM II -• of July, i9*o 24 <; VAC INT POST c NICIIT ^iv: RINTI \m:vr COLON*, IKPSPITAI. CRFA'AIIA SUPER SALE STARTING #7f#/i :#.#. .// v# %  BARGAINS GALORE AWAIT YOU IN ALL DEPTS. ALL FREE GIFTS & CASH BONUS Pi. Wm. llrnry St & b. 42. 53 Swan St.. SATE 8 $ $ TMAJVWS (1) Tn. |7M ptl %  coe ,,f Ihdjof bonus I % % %  at the Colony Bnaplti n (2) An •ppUcanl tntist be a riualin>d nurse with experience as a W (S5 ||,r srruM ul |BBM ll H d %  thai i ..(tend midwifery case.. opei..' (4) i|. : • 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. M late night per week, nnd two houn off during Uw rilgM .llowed. Annual Leave of 6 weeks will be granted. (5) Applicants wishing to 1*? < "nsidered for this post should writing to the Senior Medical Officer. Orenada. not Inter than 30th June. 1950. giving their name, address, age. qualt* experience and two suitable testimonials (6^ The successful candidate wil! be appointed in the first a period of six months on probation. 6.8 50 —3n J DM.-CONK CI.EANSKR, tiie Cleanser in tht Blue Drum—when, you buj 1-tyou gel 26 of. of t) %  I Cleanw-i foi only 22r. 1-0-1 cleans wrr i %  obtainable Irom all I Indwa %  ANNOUNCES OUR — ROD-YEAR OfFEi; — OF VALUES FOR THE FAMILY. SEE OUR CENTRE SHOW WINDOW — (HOCK—FULL Or WORTHWHILE BARGAINS — THAT ARE WORTH TAKING ADVANTAGE OF TO MENTION A FFW— ^rrir.Flowd Qnorg Flowered Arl Sill; KmbifrrJ Ori'.an/j Pnbar Pan Muslin Miami I iS2.I6 yd. NOW—$1.00 yd 2.16 ., — 1.00 2.38 ., .. — 1.44 i.as .. — .84 1.08 .. -Ml ITS I.IKE BUYING SOVEREIGNS— FOR A PENNY AT FOGABHT& AGAINST THE WEATHCR Wo can ii|i*ly \>n% wild IIMfnllmviiiK:— I VF.KITi: pmtRUOAnp Mll.ns n. .11


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    IW1.I MX I I I \ SUNDAY ADVOCATE ^; M>AV. Ji N F :-5, l$50 ROND of ')„ Mjlvtin'a tciim shakes hands with the Governor dumu. tl flay. Skipper "Soueakie" Hinds, standing behind Hit Exrellen.s. rOdneUoa 'Story on page 4). BATSMEN START WELL: AND THEN COLLAPSE # frum pair 4 :^ure Kift The EnglM) lieldinii was not %  a flowed lo ; %  %  i hiE riash%  ii One Chang*—Jinn's N.llov/ed LaW and Dai YardVy II Mil III* %  nd, 'i-oring storting ;'" past l(i bowled from Ihe pavii down a maiden I %  t> the on mi kfb M %  i I ,. Ivor hup sincheh 14 runs in 10 over i i icket Jenkin*— I m of Spin !• his first ihuntt'' '< i. bringing on Iha Woreeslershlre leg The l>owler guv** the bull a lii'ii.' inlmis lot ol pin Rae did nut appear to relish these %  .: dangerously for DOW broiiKlit Bedser Ing move as Iho Surrey man had bowled six overs In the • ntlier dn I iiK them up Well i.itflv, hut without any •Md. At the and of tl> • %  i S3 with 10 U.MM Bedser now Rave way to Wiirdk .iiid thi' new howler me! with success. s %  into his wiiki-t in mi ttempt to turn the first hall to • ide. missed, nnd WM 1 I. w, f'>r M. Wanlle—Record? probably created %  %  rhe M waa %  I |t whi'i. ho bad janod Rao, Lata ifter havlnj i .HI* ball to the %  .. %  drought ofl %  baauUfUl bit of i) I hm r drove nard and runalni .•i. rd tha %  %  wicket I | HIP West My in, bur %  md drew hefty apt I llt'rry—Bin Ovation : %  | %  minutes I v which time ho was 17. VjidUy dni not boui Wards' I T %  •liar the left hand rptntwr had had but five overs. At 72 Barry, hero ol tbt Brst %  %  dttu*aa of 'he %  I II a maiden, and %  fiom the London crowd as hr .< pun rentury at Nottingham. u g stump and the batsman want to turn it It struck his boot, and trieklad on lo the srldnri behind l-' bal He had made a clean unblemished 52. Including seven log and looked set for his • nntury Wnkn Vkjaaai Immediately before this misfortune. Iiae had also reached his h.df CCII1UT>. taking just over an l.i in mom in the process Weekes ink Worrell's vacant place, and was soon off the mark At 139 Berry took uvcr from Bidser and ;.in his lirst spell, he began with k n During his next over, (be 150 went up in 165 minutes when Weekes square cut one straight past Doggnrt at point for foul was beaten by Wardle %  :th .. ball mi'ie. but in Iha next over from the Ynrkshireman he nnota hitn vi.unisiv to the bound' i. Una* Umssj xtrdtty did nut take the new ball at U sixth over, but left the Iwo leftbnndarg to carry on. The first hour after lunch yielded 75 runs. Yardley then tried a few from the pavilion end Soon attar Weekes brought the second bundrnd with a full-blooded drive off Berry, moving down ihe pitch to turn ttu bill into a half volley DoggnffcaJTinOnly ( hanc The 200 had taken J hours, 12 minutes. Weekes reached his M .fter he had been at the crease 49 He had hit nine fours en roHle. England took the new ball at 215, Bedser using it first from Ihe uaian nnd IM Edrich mming on .n the pavilion The now ball should hava provod alii Doggnrl al .' it rasy catch from Rae when the batsman was 79. the onlv chance for the day. .IK,, two liiitsmen were still together al 2211, at which UrM UM i,.id contributed 100 runs to the % % %  die In 80 mintes Yardley per%  ALuM with his seam bowlers, however, and he was amply rewarded when Bedser clean )>nwled Weekes who played over an overi kei Weekes had baited 90 minutes, hit 10 fours, and had added 105 with Rae. Walcott i une in and survived an Bpnanl for ;i catch behind the wicker off the first ball he re%  ivcl Ha and Hae took It i.n-ll> until '<;i "hen the scoreWH 237. Rae— %  torllni Show The 250 w.-iit up aftsn li l .une number ol minutes Visions Of a I score by the Wist IndWi aWa given n ru the Police tor the less fortunate boys of %  iwn.) Programme inrludev %  Musirsl S( ENE deplrUng Ihe l tli Anniversary at Ihr battle ni Waterloo K\ I'IJII ny.n, ji Juhnwii-s Stalioner> Thursdav. 10Ui May PRICES: A NEW PRODUCT I'l.r KXTKRNAI, und INTERNAL SarfMa CEMENTILK LIQUID STONE PAINT This, Painl may be applied to new or old Cement. Plaster. Brickwork, Stone. Fibre, and Wood; in fact, it goes on and stays on almost any surface. It will not chip, flake or peel, and provide! a washable, extremely durable and. weaHicr-rcsistim-. finish which, when dry, is also fireproof. Supplied in : STONEWHITF. CAEN STONE and MID BLUE GREEN SPECIAL T1IINNEKS ill $4 88 per gin. ... $1.80 per gin. Mil 4 LIB PHONE WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. Very Delicious with Roast Meat RED CURRANT JELLY V^^S —i WE ALSO OFFER :— LEG HAMS BOLOGNA SAUSAGES—per It Tins SALTED NUTS—l's .. 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    Saadav Seae SJ i.-. o ^urtuay. ^wcate lr i. six 4 IMS %  I I I .1 WEST INDIES 320 French Government Beaten By 122 Votes Bidault Asks For Vote of Confidence PARIS, June 24 THE ELEVENTH FRENCH GOVERNMENT since the liberation was beaten to day on a vote of confidence demanded by Prime Minister George Bidault's nine month old Government. Voting was 362 against the motion with 230 in favour Deputies 00 ThUftcUy replied by 351 votes to 201 to support Govern men t opposition to the Socialist I? It lo I.HS Civil Servants' MlarlM Constitutionally the Govei I vced -" reeejn if -<11 deputies vote against M B t ill Speaking In the debate which pn l division tor voting, said the SboPowet Conference on the Schuman Flan to pool European coal and steel wo i!d coatinue without interruption, whatever the fate <>f the CJovt'mment to-day • The debate on the imotiun which will del CIVIL AIRCRAFT CRASHES jjj !" "< £ ON LONELY MOOR LANCASH11IE, Juno 24 Four people were killed when a civil aircraft crashed near hcic today on a flight tram Wi-i HarilepooU to Blackpool The plane crashed in a lonely moorland country near the Trought of Bowland, on the Lancashire and Yorkshire border Farnu'i and vlUsgsra said lhe plane landed safely in a and the pilot told Iheni bu hearings When taking off again the plane hit a atone wall, overturned and burst into flames. Witnesses of the crash were anabla to set a ll 111 tic M dan >Hart" Fires On Three Aircraft HONfj KONG. June 24. The British Royal Naval Frigate •'Hart" opened fire yesterday on IM"v Jiiti.ifi wtUOQ nuale 'an unprovoked attack" near swntpw on lha stranded Uriii.-ii Ankai ;,iul the Hung Kor s t salvage tun (rusty .Holler. Roy.nl Naval headquarters in Hung Kong announced today. The nuvy statement said thai .it the lime the frigate was on patrol off BwatOW and! the tun was engaged in salvaging th,. freight er whu-h itni< k %  mine. A second attack wi. made by thtst aircraft which used bombs ;m! guns. No dun age or %  MM This itatemenl followed :> Chlnaw Nationalist Alrforcv an %  i I'H jit Tnipen. Formosa. last night thai I gun boat inside territorial waters tired on .its planes when they were attacking "an unidcntillcl freighter beechd ir anchored less than 1,08? yard: from the month of 'he river ;i fawn tow. The announcement said tha the gunboat "carried no flag." I' added that despite the gunboat' 1 aj On Paee S I Bidault was on the Qow 'bench nervously lingering I notes of his speech I No compromise l>etweou Ul Gnvcrnmei ll and tha B< the question ol civil servant*' salaries had been reached at Untune the debate opened, Finance Minister Maurice Parchce stated oWes It was not yet k the vole would take place li -f u • or after lunch. Deputies Refused' Ttie Assembly voted %  ", fldence motion M Bidadl' ask-M for on Thursday after dtpU'jM had refused by 351 VOtt to support Government opposition to the Socialist Bill to i servants' salariesMost observers baUOvedl month-old Government toe It' since the liberation certain to be defeated. M. Charles Lussy. Chutrman of the Socialist I'ai Group, speaking In the dObatl announced that the Socialists would vote against the motion ol oonAdence. M. Bidault. in his speech, beEage the vote, said the Socialist proposition would endanger the budget and was a challenger to the authority or the State. lbwarned that if the Government was overthrown "It might be difficult to reconstitute a majority In the Assembly. This was taken to mean that the Popular Republican Party might refuse to participate in future Government, with a view to forcing the General Elections in the near future —Reulrr On A Flying Pilgrimage! LONDON; June 24 The Brat 40 pilgrim* of u party i 1H Brazilians who are making > flying pilgrimage to Rome iirrivod at London Airport from Hlo today. There were some f*otn Golegm Santo Jnncio. Rio wbfl ware escorted by Padres Paulo IKTarsn Nacea and Jose Achotegul; they will fly On to borne early next week. The second and third parties, from Sao Paulo and Porto Alegre %  re due iii London tomorrow and Op Tuesday— Renter 100 INTELLECTUALS CHALLENGE SOVIET BERLIN, June 24. Over 100 leading intellectuals from the western world, meeting for .1 four-oey "Congress of Cultural Supremacy" opening in West Berlin to-morrow are expected to launch the strongest challenge to Soviet ideas of world cultural supremacy since the "Cold War" began. Communists' press taunts of "spies and agents" to-day greeted the first of the delegates to this "western brains trust 100 miles behind the iron surtain. • 1 The Congress was organised by Melvin Lasky. of the American Mnth Commissions Information division, who 1* Its secretary Although unofficial, it has the full support of British. Trench and American authorities The writers, artists, scientist* philosophers of international reN. W.A. Plane With 50 Passengers Missing Q MJOn uol.ls Jim,. ~* A North WrM AI r I %  ,o ill) bctwi ii passengers Aboard on a New Yolk le SeelUe MUM was mbninr. to-day. a company oltirUI announrrd Ihr aircraft carried a rew g| threp and was last reported over I .she Michi.in The area control centre said planes had ...... ml oul in a swreplnc search U locale id. mlsairn: plane The last Lassringi Mlchl* an *aid the plane ... Ia.i heard when pas'lni Balll • (reek JuV. before mtdntshl The plainvrso repartee It aeVS mat •• had iurnt and inn in at UII.I-I.-IL Ha> Wateona.n. near Milwaukee It said (hey w a llshl in l.tke M pBlgaa a Ii di. appeared in attnut ten mlnSurvivors Rescued :\0 June 24 %  %  eight si.; I iiress which crashed in .->ile returning To Guam. %  I Bill', kiaaeknl > 4 }.%^ n Iff %  ** gfl ^ %  ydjtf ,J ^ Li .gflr %  1 n V .-.^t*(or..i.l. ""i.' the onl> I'I fparkeep e i 11111 %  .-ii on the right rlsg Pees iHigh Seas Wreck Three Schooners IN CARIBBEAN U*rli>dci Advocal* Corrvip<>i>ri < I'ORT-OF-SPAIN June 24 -chooners have been wrecked within 25 miles of each ".igh choppy seas in the Canhhcan during the past two days, reports reaching here today. This lump to five the number of ships damaged in the Southeastern Caribbean. The schooner Mima V. Jonet was reported sunk while two others the Gloria B and the EvaUna C were demasled The survivors from the schooners were brought ashore in Trinidad this afternoon by the Forl Anther st. The Fuiness West Indies Line ship Fort Amherst which was on its way from New York to Trinidad sighted the ill-fated Mono V. Jonas With 11 survivors in distress and picked them up. It arrived in Trinidad at 8 p.m. The Gloria B left Trinidad on June 20 for Carrlacou with one !>a*sengcr and seven crew. She was sighted by a steamer on the Atlantic voyage, winch went immediately to its assistance immediately to its assistance. The third schooner Eealina C *ru righted in distress by the Fletero 60 miles north northeast of Margucrltn, off Vener.uclo. and IN being lowed to Trinidad The Panamunh.. frefghtei i .-Inaxasui which ran igraund off Tobago on Wednesday was re• on pace • Britain. America Talk On U.N. Policy British Coionies tnrohvd LONDON. June M The United Stales State Dep.utment t' il the start <>f Talks on July 5 bctwu-n Britain and America on the attitude of the two Governments to colonial questions. The announcement wsn made in a communique issued .simultaneously in Washington and London. • %  7 IN SECOND TEST Rae Hits First Test ^ Century On Tour Yarsih To B*timeil Slart Weli; Dismiss 157 Employees LOS utOELga The Csatforrus Unit i Oovstaon lenlghl upheld a rensnroendal Mi Rooeri 0 Bproul, that 187 tee thsn 100 of them teachers In' dismissid (or net rignlQi .1 itetemeni dclar IIIK th.it the) da i n 1 he I'liintniiiii • I Hut the Board deferred action, waiting on the decision <>f otnei Igned the Mi BpTi %  %  M.M ietier> were nt to Univermy emplovi-es uhlng thei a of empl the* wen 1 'ornrnurosl p.ut. %  %  ed. agreeing t<> tt non-signers were given the to a hearing l>cf<>re the ( on t.xon prlvuegs and tenure a acadenilc Senate Mr Bproul U1 bad Ignored ihis nghi iei.iinmcii-ti-l missed Si outright the] WOUM n<>) ua> %  .-. 1111 %  %  cases reviewed | SPORTS WINDOW 1...I I.Jm, |)l.r l"nu>n>.ft.t1...11. >l Kfn.ln^.m Tt* vl.H oc* have -.%  n %  11 rwaakM n> be MH ib.tt.d.t. .... iii. aUwi iL.nd aani QM lafctss in nn* gans *im %  > fcwp ttw un ptn. Th* Colony len ihuvn l-.|i.vni' tapMill. Gllleiin iSptan>. Iihiruii'l iaWi ai . Hmrtsvarto. Ion IBII,|IUI Johnawi iMpaiUmWllfcr* iPVhulrll-lknrrii, UK H CarttMi. K si 1 11 muinuu %  %  IF(J a Coppin vill Iw (lir A %  -1 li IIK to a lisuallv well< talks may also %  %  questio n of American Divestment In the Brltisn Coinmul Empire These talks were n 10 bring into line the pol Uritiiin and Atm-tlra would I the f' nt, %  1 Natlona The BriUah delegation. t„ the. Inih .. dl \Ahe.ideil by Sir Oliver Fra kg, British Anilmssudor I I B'.iiiiiKlou. assisted l>y inembei' .ne Rmbnssy stnh* .mil of the l'nltd Kingdom delegation to the United Nauona Three OK pert d from Ihe fnlrjilnl Office in Lon%  lon will go fpeclally to Washington for tha discussions Heuter pule due to arrive today and tomorrow will discuss and Issue a I freedom of ex. hange of Ideal between world tl mkei ; The Congress will conclude on Thursduv with a declaration of "peace and liberty" and a mes%  agt !>f support to intellectuals behind the Iron curtain. Intellectual (onuressmen The intellectual supremacy of indicated by the 1 Its Honorary Chairmen whd .ue mcti famous philosophers i.i tran Ruses) (Britain). bfarltaln (France), Benetta Croce UUly), Karl Jaspers Germany) and John Dewey tinted States) %  be Belgium. Denmark, Holland, S adi fa it'erland and i urfcey, as well u partPoland and Utvia I I mat the delegates will meet In West Berlin was inter1 nan High Comr, sion publication here as "tribute to the high spirited resistance to total aggression offered by free Berlin during the Soviet blockade. and also to the refusal of West Berliners to be intimidated by the recent Communist Youth Rafly in %  he eastern sector of the city." Six-Power Talks On Schuman Plan Adjourned Summary Tomorrow PARIS. June 24. The first phase of the SixPower Talks on the Schuman n for a European Coal and Steel Pool ended here today With a French blueprint for the pool in their brief rases, delegates from Italy. West Germany, Belgium. The Netherlands und I.nxbourg decided to go home and consult their Governments before %  onUnuing the talk* They will meet again here on Monday week The French working draft, the first written outline of the project. was based on comments offered at i-csterday's meeting, handed to the live other delegaUons this morn.ng it was understood to suggest that a supra-national authority .hould be set up an the first step. This authority would work out the technical, financial and customs problems Involved in establishing the pool. Thus the task of the delegaUons to the Paris Talks would be limited to fixing the authority's powers and methods of work The six delegations met this afternoon under the Chairmanship of M Jean Monnet, chief French representaUve and father of the Schuman Plan The meeting lasted only an Jiour and the Belgian chief delegate Makmillen Suetens said afterwards that there was no discussion. They had talked about the French Draft, but had not gone Into details To Confer With Experts In Bonn a Government official said West Germany's delegate* would reach Cologne on Monday to confer for the first time with e> on eaee 1 "We Are Not Pia>ing A Gome" DECLARES EDEN LONDON. June 24 ^ Anthony Eden, Leader of th Conservative Opposition, to-day denied the Tories were "playing a party game as suggested by our i Uv get %  to pool Europe's, coal II.. "Recent weeks have witnessed dramatic changein '.he international scene, he said at vatlvc Party fct* | 'I'M a mattei been the subject of discussion between us in the Conservative Tarty and I can assure you that when the debate (on the Schuman Plan in Parliament) takei plaee next week, you will find us tin h ready to proffer constructive ad" e and leadership at what may I] be a decisive turning point the world's history —It ruler Soi ids Restore Porcelain Works IIKHLIN, June 24. ."man Minister of In dustry Fritz Selbmann, and 900 workers of the famous porcelain works at Meissen, Sayony, today attended a special ceremony of handing over the works to the East German State authoriUes The factory, controlled by the Soviet authoritle, since IMS, was one of the 23 Soviet companies in East Germany to be returned to the Germans under a recent Russian decision—ftevter Uric.in-. CI;iim I he\ Hut I IIIIII.III I l< -h l.r.oriU.m'lU.K. June 24. B ks "f pork nere rotting to%  i> in Lsopoldvlue'l African reported. Africans shudder when offering pork. ind gulped at Ihe suggestion of n-ined beel The) refused, thej said, to be turned into cannibals end even when shown the pig trottsra they still insisted the pork anal human flesh Rumours, current for several weeks. BUI ii cd to Mippli.ii.en) the meat ration Belgian authorlt* !• %  past weekend, whin a hostile II i Ihicati ne I .. (,.. h i ulptor and his wife, made the mutter '.i' %  bad seen the sculptor. Mi A Polllc, St srork busts, and assume that t hey were the heeds of murdered fellow I be Afi icans canned dim n again soon as Ihe sculptor left, bid cannibalism became rampant Queen's Housekeeper Stabbed Crime Traced To Gardener LONDON, Jim, 24 Scotland Yard chiefs hurried. discussed security arrangements at Britain's royal palaces to-day following the knifing of the dowhjeen Hery'a elderly housekeeper last night by a man who broke into Marlyhouh House past the scarlet-uniformed Ol Guards and police patruK The ZC-year-eld gardener, Gerald Obrlen. charred with aaaaalUng the housekeeper. fi5-iear-old Mr Alice Knight, will appear in court on Mon day. Mrs. Kniiht. .. IOII-I-. ill. was to-nlghl lyint In St. George* lfoaplla.1 Leaden with severe knife wound* Defective* worked ihrmith last nlshl and this mornini lo piece together the afteil iHuepitai to enquire ab.*ut her two servants. Nol Serionlly ||| Mrs. Knight w.„ ^mdally •t.ited lo be not "quite seriously injured but polos or, a* well as <"n be expected" Mrs Knight %  aid the intruder attucked h d is believed with a perutDife, nrtng h--i bleeding an the floo She screamed and the Unnfl v dd came to her assistance. Thi n an turned on the maid as she %  •me In. blacking her eye and itiflfctlng a slight head woum Other member of the staff heard ihe %  creams and 'ushed towards the room Thipollcetnsri n duly in the jurdens also ran Ii I the midnirhl iwiull Ihr housekeeper aid a 24yrtr-old linen Mag, Mrv Riiph. wh aaasrsted ker aareeaM and WJ* herwir mlureJ Ihouxh sot **rkMilv. The police helped by an altatian arched l d ground* %  f-und hidinx In a MO ' Oueen Mary. 83-year-old mother of Kin* George, slept ; in her flnt floor apartment in the •II house while the staff hunted the intruder She wea tol Kniithf in still of the attack when she and Immediately telepho lerat that I hiid seven wounds, an. n>t lit to make a staterr Rateta MifTered a slight bet u and] a butch eye and shock The attacker was first seen on the roof of the 200 roOfl %  ton, bmlt by Sir ri.mlophcr V reri. for Qujrchlll'l famoucestor the Duk> A police officer who was on his beet saw him and |0Va lha glarri A police nntrol ear was on the -1-ot within a minute or tan Trie man found hiding in the basemen! wa* taken to the Canton Row Police Station for qui and It was announced j Inter that a man will be charged .'ith robbery —Renter Left AndRighl Champion Sugar LONDON %  % %  As evidence of MipiKut which being given to the We i Indies ll the sugar case in all political opinion in this country Is the fact that organisation* as dlf fSrent and extreme as lha angl Imperialist LgOgtm OP UM hand and Sir Oswald Motley* Unionist Parly on the other • now openly declaim* thciiisclvc on the side ol Ihe Weal Indies. Last night Messr(ioine, OVonnor. Hlrd. I)r Curiunlni I Edun accepted ll.laviUUOM o the anti-Imperial: l I • attend a meeting of thi live called especlaUj tot the pui en of ptitung forward Uv B w i so on sug'i The mat ti ng srhU h over three hours heard U i <>n behalf or the Wasl I by Oomea a) peel lemth. Anti Urn ol ib|ect ihr uaa n make an UTUnodl to Mr. Urimtiu.. Colonial Been tary of Stale loi Hi. to-day. gaturdaj tea letting him to reserve i rrom th* league to dim |h> A public meeting hs ranged for Friday, Jul> 17 in Trafalgar Square Finn Ml*, in Faeoar Hie hg I '' %  M I way—Labour M I' for Eton anil Slough is Quill h %  %  : Ltegus and League hi la the Laboui Pel I I cance lo Uua new devslopmeni A current issue Ol lha Union" §> on peie I plei Spain Could lie Bulwark Against Communism SAYS PRIEST NEW YOIIK i I A North Allied from Albany with ore An 'in.ii aid and I p f u i < Franco of Spain The Rev Gerald 11 K New York, -aid that "w tl American help and a llttli stnndlmr. Spain could ma a iiulw.iir. again Father Kirwm b Bd tol ol Thi Kvangeh-.!." a UrSekl organ of the Albenj Dwo cussing a visit lit pal tl Spanish ruler, father K that Spain nee i< -i tr" and that Ftani America "to try to und< i |h philosophy of ttie Spat -Keuler New Emblem For Communist Hag LONIMIN J A national emblem : munist China. pr< i-lrcle showing inflag WIUI I i l\ peai > %  %  ujj'ii(ii|. %  a cogwhe.| pn-fi.tinn !'• %  era and ears of wheel symbolising; the peasants The Communist Chh Agency in a despatch frOB In i^icidiai said tin emblem was adopted today %  b' the National Commltlesr of tf Chinese I'eoplee Political Co/ s i *atjve ConferenceIt would be passed Central yWparAj O o ve siuu fid I ratit.catlon, the Ager.c-, — Renter And Then Colkipse l\\ l.. I. COZ1EB LONDOI., June %  \YE8T INDiAN SUPPORTERS should not b* overly ilisappomted over the gnowing in the second Test at Lords to day although the pogiaiM) is by no means as happy as the solid foundation laid by the early batsmen had promised. The major credit must go to Allan Rae of Jamaica, who played a patient and most valuable innings to leave a respectable total on the board instead of the debacle which clearly would have followed his failure He gave one chiiiue v hich iJwuM have been lukeii. ;nnl often geamod ugi omfm table te Iba ihni beet letre. remaining in his crease when it seemed (mm the pnvilion Ihut his heller i... ti . id.i h ive been i roovadkrwn to the hall. When he dill mOTC mil. he mo\eil gSJ| with lellinu cflccl. and some nf his drives ulT J nkins v*ere real si//linu snorters Occasionally he leaned ball outside the off stump and %  1 full] oi through the slips in ie.d rtyUtl all until hu dismissal, t oriog at %  %  %  %  % %  rtpM Uvet] Hs eould I ive remalne I : i until Be. %  %  perfcUng i aglaneV ITM Oedb Smile %  fOC a cert*i a luck %  1 • more interesting—and today lulling BB Engkea surprisingly played "verpltrhed t>all on hicentre stump 1 don't suppose he knee why ha did it hunseif— just ... garty and that's all ihere is to it. r these master batsmen i i. ki.i arena their full iih and their technique braeghl round after round of Walcott. Oomet, and field >rd olnting Tneasj think" ind it is no ua plaining, hut fjornei In partLttulown the nidnrl hn one thai ... %  B %  I :tl> hU iMck for the batsman to I • . | u ill ChrislMiii-Stvlisl. Self oi is now out than batting ii^ i rn st rush self. I • %  %  and Kiving the bgusn who had written us .,ii at th. rail of tha fourth metl Dg to ponder on ... eh end. e aa p*e i Ten Killed In Crash PAJtU Jum M i '.'adagascar villa;:teiv of %  i %  -.1 .HI i mi' %  n ISO TTM %  I i .id., i flight fr leva Ten ..I thotS dlors OT llieinl.. i A i roro anil the t si-riouaiy erounded In Uv. age, Ki ill. i IIA I, I 11. II You ran eet real % %  l Uteyile Hum n. .in..il. Iwllh rverylliiiu: •• rrimi' Ue ali look after vur Jnsurain-e on c*cle s„., aer tanre f-r rUN par* al v shea baglag %  '" '" insure war % i I. I \>l MIIIMIIKII ' inn.l. DlllnbulOli 10 II, 12 & 13 MOAD SIMP


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    WEST INDIES 320
    French Government
    Beaten By 122 Votes
    Bidault Asks For Vote of Confidence
    PARIS, June 24
    THE ELEVENTH FRENCH GOVERNMENT
    since the liberation was beaten to day on a vote
    of confidence demanded by Prime Minister George
    Bidault's nine month old Government. Voting was
    362 against the motion with 230 in favour
    Deputies 00 ThUftcUy replied by 351 votes to 201 to
    support Govern men t opposition to the Socialist I? It lo i.hs
    Civil Servants' MlarlM Constitutionally the Govei
    I vced -" reeejn if -<11 deputies vote against
    M B t ill Speaking In the debate which pn l
    division tor voting, said the SboPowet Conference on the
    Schuman Flan to pool European coal and steel wo i!d coa-
    tinue without interruption, whatever the fate <>f the CJov-
    t'mment to-day
    The debate on the
    imotiun which will del
    CIVIL AIRCRAFT CRASHES jjj ""<
    ON LONELY MOOR
    LANCASH11IE, Juno 24
    Four people were killed
    when a civil aircraft crashed
    near hcic today on a flight
    tram Wi-i HarilepooU to
    Blackpool
    The plane crashed in a
    lonely moorland country
    near the Trought of Bow-
    land, on the Lancashire and
    Yorkshire border
    Farnu'i and vlUsgsra said
    lhe plane landed safely in a
    and the pilot told Iheni
    bu hearings
    When taking off again the
    plane hit a atone wall, over-
    turned and burst into
    flames. Witnesses of the
    crash were anabla to set
    a
    ll 111 tic
    M dan
    >Hart" Fires
    On Three
    Aircraft
    HONfj KONG. June 24.
    The British Royal Naval Frigate
    'Hart" opened fire yesterday on
    IM"v Jiiti.ifi wtUOQ nuale 'an
    unprovoked attack" near swntpw
    on lha stranded Uriii.-ii
    Ankai ;,iul the Hung Korst sal-
    vage tun (rusty .Holler. Roy.nl
    Naval headquarters in Hung Kong
    announced today.
    The nuvy statement said thai
    .it the lime the frigate was on
    patrol off BwatOW and! the tun was
    engaged in salvaging th,. freight
    er whu-h itni< k mine. A sec-
    ond attack wi. made by thtst
    aircraft which used bombs ;m!
    guns. No dun age or
    MM '
    This itatemenl followed :>
    Chlnaw Nationalist Alrforcv an
    i i'H jit Tnipen. Formosa.
    last night thai I gun boat inside
    territorial waters tired on .its
    planes when they were attacking
    "an unidcntillcl freighter beechd
    ir anchored less than 1,08? yard:
    from the month of 'he river ;i
    fawn tow.
    The announcement said tha
    the gunboat "carried no flag." I'
    added that despite the gunboat'1
    aj On Paee S
    I Bidault was on the Qow
    'bench nervously lingering
    I notes of his speech
    I No compromise l>etweou Ul
    Gnvcrnmei ll and tha B<
    the question ol civil servant*' sal-
    aries had been reached at Un-
    tune the debate opened, Finance
    Minister Maurice Parchce stated
    oWes
    It was not yet k
    the vole would take place li -f u
    or after lunch.
    Deputies Refused'
    Ttie Assembly voted ", '
    fldence motion M Bidadl' ask-M
    for on Thursday after dtpU'jM
    had refused by 351 VOtt
    to support Government opposition
    to the Socialist Bill to i
    servants' salaries-
    Most observers baUOvedl
    month-old Government toe It'
    since the liberation
    certain to be defeated.
    M. Charles Lussy. Chutrman of
    the Socialist I'ai .
    Group, speaking In the dObatl
    announced that the Socialists
    would vote against the motion
    ol oonAdence.
    M. Bidault. in his speech, be-
    Eage the vote, said the Socialist
    proposition would endanger the
    budget and was a challenger to
    the authority or the State. lb-
    warned that if the Government
    was overthrown "It might be diffi-
    cult to reconstitute a majority In
    the Assembly.
    This was taken to mean that
    the Popular Republican Party
    might refuse to participate in
    future Government, with a view
    to forcing the General Elections
    in the near future Reulrr
    On A Flying
    Pilgrimage!
    LONDON; June 24
    The Brat 40 pilgrim* of u party
    i 1H Brazilians who are making
    > flying pilgrimage to Rome
    iirrivod at London Airport from
    Hlo today. There were some
    f*otn Golegm Santo Jnncio. Rio
    wbfl ware escorted by Padres
    Paulo IK- Tarsn Nacea and Jose
    Achotegul; they will fly On to
    borne early next week.
    The second and third parties,
    from Sao Paulo and Porto Alegre
    re due iii London tomorrow and
    Op Tuesday Renter
    100 INTELLECTUALS
    CHALLENGE SOVIET
    BERLIN, June 24.
    Over 100 leading intellectuals from the western world,
    meeting for .1 four-oey "Congress of Cultural Supremacy"
    opening in West Berlin to-morrow are expected to launch
    the strongest challenge to Soviet ideas of world cultural
    supremacy since the "Cold War" began.
    Communists' press taunts of "spies and agents" to-day
    greeted the first of the delegates to this "western brains
    trust 100 miles behind the iron surtain.
    1 The Congress was organised by
    Melvin Lasky. of the American
    Mnth Commissions Information
    division, who 1* Its secre-
    tary Although unofficial, it has
    the full support of British. Trench
    and American authorities
    The writers, artists, scientist*
    philosophers of international re-
    N. W.A. Plane With
    50 Passengers
    Missing
    Q MJOn uol.ls Jim,.
    ~* A North WrM AI r I
    ,o
    ill) bctwi
    ii passengers Aboard on a
    New Yolk le SeelUe MUM
    was mbninr. to-day. a com-
    pany oltirUI announrrd Ihr
    aircraft carried a rew g|
    threp and was last reported
    over I .she Michi.in The
    area control centre said
    planes had ...... ml oul in
    a swreplnc search U locale
    id. mlsairn: plane
    The last Lassringi Mlchl*
    an *aid the plane ... Ia.i
    heard when pas'lni Balll
    (reek JuV. before mtdntshl
    The plain- vrso repartee It
    aeVS mat had iurnt and
    inn in at UIi.i-i.-Il Ha>
    Wateona.n. near Milwaukee
    It said (hey w a llshl in
    l.tke M pBlgaa a.....Ii di.
    appeared in attnut ten mln-
    Survivors Rescued
    :\0 June 24

    eight si.;
    I iiress which crashed in
    .->ile re-
    turning To Guam.
    I Bill',
    kiaaeknl > 4
    }.%^ n Iff ** gfl ^ydjtf
    *,J^ Li .gflr 1
    n V .-.^t*-

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    .-ii on the right rlsg
    Pees i-
    High Seas
    Wreck Three
    Schooners
    IN CARIBBEAN
    U*rli>dci Advocal* Corrvip<>i>ri <
    I'ORT-OF-SPAIN June 24
    -chooners have been
    wrecked within 25 miles of each
    ".igh choppy seas in the
    Canhhcan during the past two
    days, reports reaching here
    today.
    This lump to five the number
    of ships damaged in the South-
    eastern Caribbean.
    The schooner Mima V. Jonet
    was reported sunk while two
    others the Gloria B and the Eva-
    Una C were demasled
    The survivors from the schoon-
    ers were brought ashore in Trini-
    dad this afternoon by the Forl
    Anther st.
    The Fuiness West Indies Line
    ship Fort Amherst which was on
    its way from New York to Trini-
    dad sighted the ill-fated Mono V.
    Jonas With 11 survivors in dis-
    tress and picked them up.
    It arrived in Trinidad at 8 p.m.
    The Gloria B left Trinidad on
    June 20 for Carrlacou with one
    !>a*sengcr and seven crew.
    She was sighted by a steamer
    on the Atlantic voyage, winch
    went immediately to its assistance
    immediately to its assistance.
    The third schooner Eealina C
    *ru righted in distress by the
    Fletero 60 miles north northeast
    of Margucrltn, off Vener.uclo. and
    in being lowed to Trinidad
    The Panamunh.. frefghtei i
    .-Inaxasui which ran igraund off
    Tobago on Wednesday was re-
    on pace
    Britain. America Talk
    On U.N. Policy
    British Coionies tnrohvd
    LONDON. June M
    The United Stales State Dep.utment t' il
    the start <>f Talks on July 5 bctwu-n Britain and America
    on the attitude of the two Governments to colonial ques-
    tions. The announcement wsn made in a communique
    issued .simultaneously in Washington and London.

    7 IN SECOND TEST
    Rae Hits First Test ^
    Century On Tour
    Yarsih To B*timeil Slart Weli;
    Dismiss 157
    Employees
    LOS utOELga .
    The Csatforrus Unit
    i Oovstaon lenlghl upheld a re-
    nsnroendal
    Mi Rooeri 0 Bproul, that 187
    tee thsn
    100 of them teachers In' dismiss-
    id (or net rignlQi .1 itetemeni dc-
    lar iiik th.it the) da i
    n 1 he I'liintniiiii I
    Hut the Board deferred action,
    waiting on the decision <>f otnei
    Igned the
    Mi BpTi
    m.m ietier> were nt to Univer-
    my emplovi-es uhlng thei
    a of empl
    the* wen
    1 'ornrnurosl p.ut.

    ed. agreeing t<> tt .
    non-signers were given the
    to a hearing l>cf<>re the ( on
    t.x- on prlvuegs and tenure a
    acadenilc Senate Mr Bproul
    U1 bad Ignored ihis nghi
    iei.iinmcii-ti-l
    missed Si -
    outright the] WOUM n<>) ua>
    .-. 1111
    cases reviewed |
    SPORTS
    WINDOW
    1...I I.Jm, |)l.r l"nu>n>- .ft.t-
    1...11. >l Kfn.ln^.m Tt* vl.H
    oc* have -.- n
    11 rwaakM n> be mh
    ib.tt.d.t. .... iii. aUwi iL.nd aani
    Qm lafctss in nn* gans *im >
    fcwp ttw un ptn.
    Th* Colony len ihuvn l- Srcond Trt I. ... f,.:-.-- -. I
    Unulh ikmplr*. Ik., ^^.rlar
    erovprtu .I1.*i.>.|i.vni' tap-
    Mill. Gllleiin iSptan>. Iihiruii'l
    iaWiai. Hm- rtsvarto.
    Ion iBii,|iui Johnawi iMpaiUm-
    Wllfcr* iPVhulrll-lknrrii, Ukh
    CarttMi. k si 1 11 muinuu

    If- (j a Coppin vill Iw (lir
    A -1 li iik to a lisuallv well-
    < talks may also
    question of American
    Divestment In the Brltisn
    Coinmul Empire These talks were
    n lateral Anglo-Amcn. .,n convert-
    in..- in l-mdon when it Was d<
    cided in tr>- 10 bring into line the
    pol Uritiiin and Atm-tlra would
    I the f' nt, 1 Natlona
    The BriUah delegation. t the.
    Inih .. dl \a- he.ideil by Sir Oliver
    Fra kg, British Anilmssudor I
    IB'.iiiiiKlou. assisted l>y inembei-
    ' .ne Rmbnssy stnh* .mil of the
    l'nltd Kingdom delegation to the
    United Nauona Three ok pert d
    from Ihe fnlrjilnl Office in Lon-
    lon will go fpeclally to Washing-
    ton for tha discussions
    Heuter
    pule due to arrive today and to-
    morrow will discuss and Issue a
    I freedom of ex-
    . hange of Ideal between world
    tl mkei ;
    The Congress will conclude on
    Thursduv with a declaration of
    "peace and liberty" and a mes-
    agt !>f support to intellectuals be-
    hind the Iron curtain.
    Intellectual (onuressmen
    The intellectual supremacy of
    indicated by the
    1 Its Honorary Chairmen
    whd .ue mcti famous philosophers
    i.i tran Ruses) (Britain).
    bfarltaln (France), Ben-
    etta Croce UUly), Karl Jaspers
    Germany) and John Dewey
    tinted States)

    be Belgium. Denmark, Holland,
    S adi fa it'erland and
    i urfcey, as well u part-
    Poland and
    Utvia
    I I mat the delegates will
    meet In West Berlin was inter-
    1 nan High Comr,
    sion publication here as "tribute
    to the high spirited resistance to
    total aggression offered by free
    Berlin during the Soviet blockade.
    and also to the refusal of West
    Berliners to be intimidated by the
    recent Communist Youth Rafly in
    he eastern sector of the city."
    Six-Power Talks
    On Schuman Plan
    Adjourned
    Summary Tomorrow
    PARIS. June 24.
    The first phase of the Six-
    Power Talks on the Schuman
    n for a European Coal and
    Steel Pool ended here today
    With a French blueprint for the
    pool in their brief rases, delegates
    from Italy. West Germany, Bel-
    gium. The Netherlands und I.nx-
    bourg decided to go home and
    consult their Governments before
    onUnuing the talk* They will
    meet again here on Monday week
    The French working draft, the
    first written outline of the project.
    was based on comments offered at
    i-csterday's meeting, handed to the
    live other delegaUons this morn-
    .ng it was understood to suggest
    that a supra-national authority
    .hould be set up an the first step.
    This authority would work out
    the technical, financial and cus-
    toms problems Involved in estab-
    lishing the pool. Thus the task
    of the delegaUons to the Paris
    Talks would be limited to fixing
    the authority's powers and meth-
    ods of work
    The six delegations met this
    afternoon under the Chairmanship
    of M Jean Monnet, chief French
    representaUve and father of the
    Schuman Plan The meeting last-
    ed only an Jiour and the Belgian
    chief delegate Makmillen Suetens
    said afterwards that there was no
    discussion. They had talked about
    the French Draft, but had not
    gone Into details
    To Confer With Experts
    In Bonn a Government official
    said West Germany's delegate*
    would reach Cologne on Monday
    to confer for the first time with
    e> on eaee 1
    "We Are
    Not Pia>ing
    A Gome"
    DECLARES EDEN
    LONDON. June 24
    ^ Anthony Eden, Leader of th
    Conservative Opposition, to-day
    denied the Tories were "playing
    a party game as suggested by our
    i Uv get
    to pool Europe's, coal ii..
    "Recent weeks have witnessed
    dramatic change- in '.he interna-
    tional scene, he said at
    vatlvc Party fct* |
    'I'm a mattei been the
    subject of discussion between us
    in the Conservative Tarty and I
    can assure you that when the
    debate (on the Schuman Plan in
    Parliament) takei plaee next
    week, you will find us tin h
    ready to proffer constructive ad-
    " e and leadership at what may
    I] be a decisive turning point
    the world's history It ruler
    Soi ids Restore
    Porcelain Works
    IIKHLIN, June 24.
    ."man Minister of In
    dustry Fritz Selbmann, and 900
    workers of the famous porcelain
    works at Meissen, Sayony, today
    attended a special ceremony of
    handing over the works to the
    East German State authoriUes
    The factory, controlled by the
    Soviet authoritle, since IMS, was
    one of the 23 Soviet companies in
    East Germany to be returned to
    the Germans under a recent
    Russian decisionftevter
    Uric.in-. CI;iim I he\
    Hut IIiiiii.iii I l< -h
    l.r.oriU.m'lU.K. June 24.
    B ks "f pork nere rotting to-
    i> in Lsopoldvlue'l African
    reported. Afri-
    cans shudder when offering pork.
    ind gulped at Ihe suggestion of
    n-ined beel The) refused, thej
    said, to be turned into cannibals
    end even when shown the pig trot-
    tsra they still insisted the pork
    anal human flesh
    Rumours, current for several
    weeks. BUI
    ii cd to Mippli.ii.en) the meat ration
    Belgian authorlt*
    ! past weekend, whin a hostile
    ii i Ihicati ne I .. (,.. h i ulptor
    and his wife, made the mutter
    '.i' bad seen
    the sculptor. Mi A Polllc, St srork
    busts, and assume that t hey
    were the heeds of murdered fel-
    low
    I be Afi icans canned dim n again
    soon as Ihe sculptor left, bid
    cannibalism became rampant
    Queen's Housekeeper Stabbed
    Crime Traced To Gardener
    LONDON, Jim, 24
    Scotland Yard chiefs hurried.
    discussed security arrangements
    at Britain's royal palaces to-day
    following the knifing of the dow-
    hjeen Hery'a elderly house-
    keeper last night by a man who
    broke into Marlyhouh House past
    the scarlet-uniformed Ol
    Guards and police patruK
    The ZC-year-eld gardener,
    Gerald Obrlen. charred with
    aaaaalUng the housekeeper.
    fi5-iear-old Mr Alice Knight,
    will appear in court on Mon
    day.
    Mrs. Kniiht. .. ioii-i-. ill.
    was to-nlghl lyint In St.
    George* lfoaplla.1 Leaden
    with severe knife wound*
    Defective* worked ihrmith
    last nlshl and this mornini
    lo piece together the afteil
    iHuepitai to enquire ab.*ut her
    two servants.
    Nol Serionlly |||
    Mrs. Knight w. ^mdally
    t.ited lo be not "quite seriously
    injured but polos or, a* well as
    <"n be expected" Mrs Knight
    aid the intruder attucked h
    d is believed with a perutDife,
    - nrtng h--i bleeding an the floo
    She screamed and the Unnfl
    v dd came to her assistance. Thi
    n an turned on the maid as she
    'me In. blacking her eye and
    itiflfctlng a slight head woum
    Other member of the staff
    heard ihe creams and 'ushed to-
    wards the room Thi- pollcetnsri
    n duly in the jurdens also ran
    Ii I
    the midnirhl iwiull
    Ihr housekeeper aid a 24-
    yrtr-old linen Mag, Mrv
    Riiph. wh aaasrsted ker
    aareeaM and wj* herwir m-
    lureJ Ihouxh sot **rkMilv.
    The police helped by an altatian
    arched l d ground*

    f-und hidinx In a MO '
    Oueen Mary. 83-year-old mother
    of Kin* George, slept ;
    in her flnt floor apartment in the
    ii house while the staff
    hunted the intruder She wea tol
    Kniithf
    in still
    of the attack when she
    and Immediately telepho
    lerat that I
    hiid seven wounds, an.
    n>t lit to make a staterr
    Rateta MifTered a slight bet u
    and] a butch eye and shock
    The attacker was first seen on
    the roof of the 200 roOfl
    ton, bmlt by Sir ri.mlophcr
    V reri. for Qujrchlll'l famou-
    cestor the Duk>
    A police officer who was on his
    beet saw him and |0Va lha glarri
    A police nntrol ear was on the
    -1-ot within a minute or tan Trie
    man found hiding in the base-
    men! wa* taken to the Can-
    ton Row Police Station for qui
    and It was announced
    j Inter that a man will be charged
    .'ith robbery Renter
    Left AndRighl
    Champion
    Sugar
    LONDON
    As evidence of MipiKut which -
    being given to the We i Indies ll
    the sugar case in all
    political opinion in this country Is
    the fact that organisation* as dlf
    fSrent and extreme as lha angl
    Imperialist LgOgtm OP UM
    hand and Sir Oswald Motley*
    Unionist Parly on the other
    now openly declaim* thciiisclvc
    on the side ol Ihe Weal Indies.
    Last night Messr- (ioine,
    OVonnor. Hlrd. I)r Curiunlni I.....
    Edun accepted ll.- laviUUOM o
    the anti-Imperial: l I
    attend a meeting of thi
    live called especlaUj tot the pui
    en of ptitung forward Uv B w i
    so on sug'i
    The matting srhU h
    over three hours heard U.....i
    <>n behalf or the Wasl I
    by Oomea a) peel lemth. Anti
    Urn

    ol
    ib|ect ihr uaa n
    make an UTUnodl
    to Mr. Urimtiu.. Colonial Been
    tary of Stale loi Hi.
    to-day. gaturdaj tea letting him
    to reserve i rrom th*
    league to dim |h>
    A public meeting hs
    ranged for Friday, Jul> 17 in
    Trafalgar Square
    Finn Ml*, in Faeoar
    Hie hg I '' M I
    wayLabour M I' for Eton anil
    Slough is Quill
    h : Ltegus and
    League hi
    la the Laboui Pel I I
    cance lo Uua new devslopmeni
    A current issue Ol lha Union"
    > on peie I
    plei
    Spain Could lie
    Bulwark Against
    Communism
    SAYS PRIEST
    NEW YOIIK i I
    A North All-
    ied from Albany with
    ore An 'in.ii aid and
    I p f u i < _
    Franco of Spain
    The Rev Gerald 11 K
    New York, -aid that "w tl
    American help and a llttli
    stnndlmr. Spain could ma
    a iiulw.iir. again
    Father Kirwm b Bd tol ol Thi
    Kvangeh-.!." a UrSekl
    organ of the Albenj Dwo
    cussing a visit lit pal tl
    Spanish ruler, father K
    that Spain nee i< -i .
    tr" and that Ftani
    America "to try to und< i |h
    philosophy of ttie Spat
    -Keuler
    New Emblem For
    Communist Hag
    LONImiN J
    A national emblem :
    munist China. pr<
    i-lrcle showing in-
    flag wiUi I i
    l\ peai > ujj'ii(ii|. *
    a cogwhe.| pn-fi.tinn !'
    era and ears of wheel
    symbolising; the peasants
    The Communist Chh
    Agency in a despatch frOB
    In i^icidiai said tin
    emblem was adopted today b'
    the National Commltlesr of tf
    Chinese I'eoplee Political Co/ s i
    *atjve Conference-
    It would be passed
    Central yWparAj Oovesiuufid I
    ratit.catlon, the Ager.c-,
    Renter
    And Then Colkipse
    l\\ l.. I. COZ1EB
    LONDOI., June --
    \YE8T INDiAN SUPPORTERS should not b*
    overly ilisappomted over the gnowing in the
    second Test at Lords to day although the pogiaiM)
    is by no means as happy as the solid foundation
    laid by the early batsmen had promised.
    The major credit must go to Allan Rae of Jamaica,
    who played a patient and most valuable innings to
    leave a respectable total on the board instead of the
    debacle which clearly would have followed his
    failure
    He gave one chiiiue v hich iJwuM have been lukeii. ;nnl
    often geamod ugi omfm table te Iba ihni beet letre. remaining
    in his crease when it seemed (mm the pnvilion Ihut his hel-
    ler i... ti . id.i h ive been i roovadkrwn to the hall.
    When he dill mOTC mil. he mo\eil gSJ| with lellinu cflccl.
    and some nf his drives ulT J nkins v*ere real si//linu snorters
    * Occasionally he leaned
    ball outside the off stump and
    1 full] oi through
    the slips in ie.d rtyUtl
    all until
    hu dismissal, t oriog at



    rtpM
    Uvet] Hs eould I ive remalne I
    : i until Be.


    perfcUng
    i aglaneV ITm Oedb Smile

    fOC a cer-
    t*i a luck

    1 more interestingand today
    lulling BB Eng-
    kea surprisingly played
    "verpltrhed t>all on hi-
    centre stump 1 don't suppose he
    knee why ha did it hunseifjust
    ... garty and that's all
    ihere is to it.
    r these master batsmen
    i i. ki.i arena their full
    iih and their technique
    braeghl round after round of
    Walcott. Oomet, and field >rd
    olnting Tneasj think"
    ind it is no ua
    plaining, hut fjornei In partLttu-
    lown the nidnrl hn one thai
    ... B I :tl> hU
    iMck for the batsman to I
    . | u ill
    ChrislMiii-Stvlisl. Self
    oi is now out than
    batting ii^ i rn st rush self.
    I
    and Kiving the bgusn
    who had written us
    .,ii at th. rail of tha fourth
    metl Dg to ponder on
    ... eh end.
    e aa p*e i
    Ten Killed
    In Crash
    PAJtU Jum M
    i
    '.'adagas-
    car villa;:-
    teiv of i
    -.1 .hi i mi' n
    ISO
    Ttm

    I


    i .id., i
    flight fr
    leva
    Ten ..I thotS
    dlors OT llieinl.. i
    a i roro
    anil the t
    si-riouaiy erounded In Uv.
    age,
    Ki ill. i
    IIA I, I 11. II
    You ran eet real l "
    Uteyile Hum n- .in..il. I-
    wllh rverylliiiu: rrimi'
    Ue ali look after vur
    Jnsurain-e on c*cle s.,
    aer tanre f-r rUN par* al v
    shea baglag ' '"," '"
    insure war % i I.
    I \>l MIIIMIIKII ' in- n.l.
    DlllnbulOli
    10 II, 12 & 13 MOAD SIMP


    PAGE TWO
    SIMMY ADVOt wi
    St. .Inlin's Parish
    POPPY i v\< i:
    at the
    CRANli HOTEL CASING
    Saturday July
    9 p.m.
    Admission 51.ni! including supper
    DRIVE AWAY
    SKIN
    DISEASE
    10
    H
    __n itupiinu "i "* "
    D.D.D Pr**tipdi tu
    marn< *m ** bfl IS BXCF.I ;.K\
    r and Ml flvag<
    aeeorr ,*ni<-ri by Ca|
    I"*ff luiwu.i u.. n ". mi. i
    i Kensington Uval beta-east th
    Ml veen FOWbaH Teai I Trim .
    Hiv Ex- .
    trophies to th- Sp*rta
    skipper whose titm won bnthV'
    Association and K.O Compel.-
    BflM
    For Carib Commission
    Meeting
    OIR GEORGE SEEI.. K ('If I
    Welfare in In,- West InHhM
    British Co-Chairman of
    Caribbean Commission along ..
    Mr J K. Thompson. Colum
    Attache al the Bntish Emhe-
    in Washington and Mr W K
    Courtenay of British Hondnrs
    are due to Iwte Barbados tndm
    by B W.I A for MartinIqu*
    attend a meeting of the Canbt--
    Commission They are t^roe
    the four members of the Bcl'iti
    Section nf the Caribbean Cry
    mission. The fourth meml-i
    Hon c;arnet Gordon. O B.F .
    will ml lie present nt the meetm
    at he Is in Canada at a pre
    conference. Mr It Rottt
    CD 4 W is also expected
    ccompany them
    QaMib falling
    M M>AV. JL-NK2S. 1930
    The Don May Visit London
    SIR DONALD BRADMAN may
    be going 10 London this
    raar, m.i.U- b) November.
    The feral : are du,J
    to hiiI for Australia on Septem-
    ber. Bredman could fly home m
    time to see some of the To t
    matches.
    He has business reasons lor tf< -
    mg His booh "Farewell i i
    Cricket" is being publishel next
    week. He hat textile and othe,
    ,r.;t One of his business astociaii*-.
    is Peter Brmifti. MM ventnlOquisi
    Bradman hat promised to appe-ir
    with him. as guest in a radio pro-
    gramme, next time he goes i
    England
    H
    Prefer Bermuda ?
    ERE'S >oti news for 11.
    look at the T C A. passenger list
    fi>r Bermuda yesterday. I noticei:
    thai live of the passengers were
    girls of about seventeen years of
    age
    It seems us if Bermuda is morn
    (xipular with Canadian girls than
    Barbados.
    M"
    Two Novell
    ALFRED MENDES.
    Trtntdnd. has been a bun.
    Wan since he went to Englat.i
    about a month ago. He Is doim;
    an Intensive course of study it
    ihe Port of London Author iv.
    .htch leaves him little lime t i
    .oifcure. In Trinidad Mendes u
    Deputy Manager of Porl Barvlct
    Bui this Is not what he is I
    nown for in the West Indies. He
    as written two novels about
    Trinidad ('Pitch Lake and "Black
    '" "' Fauna") that have established him
    rV dance for ^wltTaWy" h'. "ha^ country ^,'li
    leaving by TCA. ywlirdav tMrnlng wre Mi A W Crosbj and bci
    " ward Cook, who it of! to Manehcslri, Mr Armel Year wood, who is
    holiday and Mi. Hubert Kinch. Who went u. fa I at Bermuda on a
    Off to England Palace Party
    TMIItEE pi.'.tv (fa-al ei
    H. W ARMEL YEARWOOlJ I , g,ve ,,....
    ARMOUR, aon ol Di \4
    I),mmtaM7r^n^cATrom' vestcrdav momir
    ... regtsrda B.W I h '" germ
    to Englai
    to be in England until the end ol So three pretty heads went to-
    October and while there he will Bother and planned a combined [Vf
    nd Miss Loraine QuigU-v
    T.C.A.'s Winnipeg Offiiv
    Abel Smith. December
    and Canada, cnroiitc ^rand-daughter of Princess AU.-
    T.C.A. Girls Returned
    BUNNY BLAKELY
    his daughter Lawrte. dinner. J** T.C.A. Agent iii Edmonti
    His other daughter Mrs Bob The hostesses; The Hon. Luui- Alberta
    King and her husband were al Smith, Miss Rachel Brand, and
    aM bin off.
    Mr -ind Mrs Bob King expert
    to Join him in England eery soon
    v ire due to leuve Rarba-
    13 by the Oraiije-
    itad.
    Princess Margaret
    The
    Buckingham Pal-
    Intransi*
    J NTItANSIT lor Trinidad yes-
    A terday morning by TCA
    was Mr John Morton, an In-
    spector of Schools in Trinidad
    re-.-n in Canada for three
    and a half months* holiday
    Lanky and with a keen sense of
    humour, ba kepi up a van unui-
    i isaiion. during the short
    mc I chatted with him at Sea-
    .11
    About six or sm.n m-,h- a^.
    Senior poslttoa on the Sales hjg told Carib, he was very frlrnd-
    of .. \m-I1 known Manchcstei |v wllh lhc -oxford Btrt
    m us he called them.
    B9i iti- and lainiiy were also Mo5I of tnCsc fCnows were
    Seawell to se^- him oil They Barbadians who were with >ho
    for England sometlm- port of Spam Branch of Cablo
    and Wlrttten .luring the War. and
    lie mentioned Harold Bowen and
    Vincent Lewis as being his old
    pals.
    En-roufc to Manchester
    EVERAL members of T. R
    Evans* staff. Including Mr
    C Carter and Mr. David
    .'in nan at Baawall yea-
    y morning to wish Mr.
    ard Cook good luck in his new
    ure Mr. Cook left yesterday
    I Canada, to take
    August.
    To Join Her Husband
    from
    who have been holidaying
    ii.irbado* returned to Canada
    yesterday morning by T.C.A.
    Staying at the Ocean View
    (Intel they have enjoyed Iheir
    holiday immensely and arc each
    taking home lovely sun tans, of
    which they are very proud
    and
    Indefinite Stay
    MRS ELSIE CLARETT
    her Slaughter Gloria arrived
    from Toronto yesterday morning
    by T.C.A. for an indefinite visit
    and are staying at Greystone
    Flats, Hastings.
    Last time they were here WSJ
    Mint Afteen years ago
    Originally from France
    Vllt and Mrs Louii Eeequ<
    MRS LILIAN CROSBY, wife
    of Mr AW. Crosby, left
    | for Canada by T.C.A.
    with their young son Stephen
    Mr Crony has been in Canada
    for about two years nnd she will
    bo joining him in Montreal when
    he is living.
    Roy's Cousin
    HERE for two weeks U afllsa
    Elma Re/ende who is spend-
    ing her first holiday In Barbados.
    staying at Leaton on Sea. She
    arrived from Trinidad yastarda]
    by It W I A
    hfj Hi/ende is a cousin of Mr
    Rl untie, who is well known
    in Barbados.
    This Time to Stay
    MR WILLIE ELLIOTT who
    ..-. in Barbados about one
    month ago on holiday from Dm
    originally from France and
    now living in Venezuela hav
    bo. n holidaying In Barbad'.-.
    Staying at the Paradise Beach
    Club and the Marine Hotel
    They have been In Venezuela for
    sixteen years, where Mr EvH|ue
    is with Record and Rozier. manu-
    facturers o1 car batteries and
    mved from Venezuela ye>- p|MliC gooda
    They returned to VeneauMa
    lo^terda^ by B.W.I.A.
    The Candy King
    AND MRS. CHARLES
    M
    Canadian Bank of Commerce in In/md,a,i
    Montreal, has returned to Barba- -*
    dos to loin the staff of T Sydne>
    ich Ltd.
    lo arrived yesterday momini
    by TCA.
    Arrived Yesterday
    WR. and Mrs E 11
    terday morning b> B W.I A
    Trinidad. From England the>
    hsarg Uiii living m VMscntl i
    for three and a half years. Mr.
    Lang is with I'lice Watorhouse
    and Co. He is here for twelve
    days but his wife expects to be
    In Barbados for about three or
    f"ur weeks.
    Tl i rtna a| liu CraM
    House Club.
    On Short Visit
    t SAVING on Wednesday after-
    *- noon by B W I. A to srH-nd
    Jbout one weak'l holiday in Trint-
    dad was Miss Cynthia DuranW
    daughter of Mr and Mrs. K. S.
    Durant of 'Kennethvilk- Rock- morning by It W 1 A
    ley She will be staying with Miss He was spending
    Diego Martin ~
    Blrnn left by T.C A yrstor
    iiay after spending a holiday in
    Barbados. Mrs. Bimn has been
    here for about flue weeks and Mr
    Hirnn came down last week .to
    accompany her home
    After Month's Holiday
    PETER FARMER, son ol
    \ and Mrs. C L. Farmer
    f Gibbons' Christ Church re-
    turned from Trinidad yesterday
    Jean Waller
    Miss Wallci
    Barbados o- holiday
    About Local Pottery
    MH,
    Kaster
    who i
    THE E
    S.
    Barbados Arts and Craft*
    Society, which is keenly In-
    ii furthering the mter-
    locally produced hnndi-
    fts, is organising an Exhibition
    of Pottery and Tiles at the
    Museum The exhibition will open
    on Tuesday 8th. August lor lw<<
    Wtakl Tlio puTpON of the exhibi-
    tion is not only to halp IOCS
    ters sell examples of their work
    but by showing examples ol
    antique and modern pottery .mil
    tiles inspire potters to increase
    their range of production and de-
    sign local potters are invited submit examples of their work,
    which will be for sale and order-
    will be taken It is hoped that
    potters from Otha VfM
    Islands will she*) arof* at thi*
    Exhibition
    Mrs (i M While. 1'rosident o'
    B*M lirfci and i ran
    BtBtatt] taUl me that she will be
    grateful for the loan of BSUUnplas
    utry and
    for the exhibition
    Routine Visit
    J L SCOTT. Stores In-
    tctor of T.C A. for the
    and Caribbean region
    ds an intransit passeuget
    i'k by TCA. returned to
    >s on Wednesday on a
    eft lo|
    Canada yetterda
    POCKET CARTOOK
    by OSBERT LANCASTER
    'Mm teU me, Jtfoiufcvr ic
    Lomte. ;.hnt el$e doe* the
    si-riuman plan tnvolvr build's
    i an dm a oirr Ihe Bon March4
    to Mr. Slanlej/?"
    nth's
    holiday In the South of Trinidad
    Also returning yesterday from
    a month's holiday In Trinidad was
    Miss P. Bourne, daughter of Mrs.
    L M. Bourne of Congo Road.
    St Philip.
    Now A School Teacher
    A RRIVING yesterday by TCA.
    J\ to spend about two month*
    with htt relatives was Mi
    GvoJTrvy Drayton, who has been
    In Canada for three years
    The first year he was there he
    .is wnh the Government doing
    Economic Research and at present
    he Is a teerher at Arhbury Col-
    lege In OUawa.
    Returning Home
    THE cruiser Glasgow which has
    been the Flagship of the Amer-
    ica and West Indies Squadron since
    1946 is due to arrive nt Ports-
    mouth on October 24. She trill
    ba relieved by H.M.S. "Suporb."
    now Flagship of the second cruis-
    er squadron. The Glasgow is to
    he refitted and reduced to the Re-
    serve.
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    SLNDAY, JT\EM. lMu
    II V oA<|\ l\QH IS
    rilBER
    Lie Replies
    To Communist
    Accusations
    LAKE SUCCESS. June 14
    The United Nation* S* ..-retary -
    General Trygve Lie to-day an-
    urily replied to a query concern-
    ing alienations, that be had Com-
    munist affiliation* He had bec.i
    asked by a reporter at his Ptvti
    Conference whether he cared to
    state (or the record whether he
    wa or aver had bean in com-
    munication with Communists. .
    had been charged by two Ameri-
    can Congressmen,
    Mr Lie replied: "I should not
    like to transfer this Press Confer-
    ence down to that level.
    "I suggest that you send a tele-
    Sram to the Prime Minister of
    orway, or to hut predecessor, or
    the leader of the Norwegians Con-
    servative Parly, to find out
    whether I am a Communist."
    Respect My Integrity
    When the newspaperman then
    asked: "What's wrong in a skin
    you?" Mr. Uv angrily replied
    "My God. there should be some
    respect for my integrity."
    At the Press Conference, before
    leading on what is generally as-
    sumed to be his second round of
    Exploratory Talks, to ease the
    East West tension m the United
    Nations. Mr. Lie told the Presi-
    dent thai he would be ready to
    fly back to Lake Success if any-
    thing should happen, such as an
    important meeting of the Security
    Council.
    Keuter.
    Left And Right
    Champion Sugar
    freaa * 1
    -i lirilisri union wi fascists news-
    papercarnee a lung article deal-
    ing with the sugar Imp Mae.
    Here U an extract mere's no
    leaaon wby some beet producing
    ehould be subsidised while the
    West Indies cane sugar is left to
    face the brunt of world competi-
    tion Let both be given full ngtit-
    in the home market "
    on Monday the B W 1 dele-
    gates have been asked to lunch
    with Mr Lennox Boyd. Conacr-
    VattVf M P for Mio)-Bedford-
    shire. in order to meet leaders ol
    the Conservative Party
    II Is understood thai the BW1
    delegation have now replied to
    the new offer made to them by
    the British Government last week,
    as reported in your correspon-
    dent's previous despatch
    Aims Set Out
    I gather that the delegation
    reply set out the West Indies own
    icrms for a settlement. Negotia-
    tions can now be said to have
    reached a stage of delicate bar-
    gaining between Hla Majesty's
    Government and BWI leaders
    To-day and next week the dele-
    gation are going to see the West
    Indies play the second Test match
    at Lords Mr. Gprnes. however,
    will not be at Lords on Monday.
    as he will be in the House of
    Commons listening to the debate
    on the Sehuman Plan.
    Gardening Hints
    For Amateurs
    OriiiamrnlMl Sin nils
    K
    "HarTFires On
    Aircraft
    i.....i page '
    nttack the plane* we*e reported
    to have made live attacks and
    scored many hit* on the freight
    er."
    Usually reliable sources believe
    that the frigate Hart entered
    Chinese territorial waters as
    .allege) when going to the asais
    tance of in*- two ships, in pursuit
    ol the policy of protecting British
    lives and shipping.
    A !.,: ., i- known lieu- the
    Hart did not hit nnv of the
    Nationalist aircraft. The Hart
    had now left the vicinity, but
    another British warship had taken
    her place on patrol in the nrea
    neuter.
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    the most ik.
    the flowering shrubs tutta
    our middle-aged garden is the
    Exora Exora is an ev<
    rather slow grow inn BBTUb,
    liking sun. good soil n
    ot water Under these i
    Um bushes will grow to a height
    >f 8 feet and be corresponding-
    ly sturdy. These
    bunches of tiny close parked
    flowers for most oi the j *
    ire many varieties, bin "
    eommon to be grown success-
    fully in Barbados is the Bed.
    and the White Exora It can
    be grown from root suckers, cut-
    ting, or seed.
    Oleander is another of our
    lovely garden shrubs, all of the
    many varieties succeeding well in
    Barbados Oleander will grow i i
    a great height, 8 feet or ajure,
    flowers most of the year, and
    doe* best under rather iliv con-
    ditions, preferring u light sandy
    soil, it is grown easily by eulUnfJ
    which are often starter I
    of water. If the cuttings are
    started in water, care must be
    taken in planting them out as
    these roots are very del,....
    need to be handled gent!) Oc-
    rasionally at the beginning of
    the rainy months, cut back (lie
    Oleander shrub.
    Portlandia. with its pure white
    trumpet shaped flowers grpwa In-
    Al I'lir inni.:
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    madlein*. Ul On garb 1 Miinda tuOblsU to
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    licceuarllr a mi<*e*rui one. 131
    J*. Unattended and foreotun. ... Plan In the light of the
    opinion expressed at yesterday'*
    meeting on the practical details of
    the proposed coal and sleel poo).
    At n Press Conference, the ke\
    French delegate. Jean Monnet,
    said that n substantial summary
    of the French working document
    would be distributed to the Press
    on Monday.
    The document, he said, con-
    tains
    1. A general introduction
    2. A section dealing with the
    constitution and the functions of
    high authority.
    3. A section dealing with the
    form of organisation to be given
    to the coal and steel pool
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    lo a hrub about 6 feet tall- -
    likes a rich well drained soil in
    the sun, and will flower moat
    of the year, out is at * bert
    from June to August It is grown
    from seed.
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    in the garden the Potn,ett;i M
    hard to beat. Poinselta is a
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    every August. There is a double
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    and not quite so hardy as the
    single. As it takes longer to
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    earlier than the single on.-,
    sometime in March, when flower-
    ing U ovei
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    the lovely Bougainvillaea.-. *
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    being particularly successful when
    grown as shrubs.
    Thera i quite an art in Um
    successful arrangement of orna-
    mental shrubs about a garden.
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    small a space. The full beauty ol
    the shrub can best be seen
    when it stands as n were.
    alone, with enough space around
    it so thai at flowering time it.-
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    the film ahoul i have a wide
    The Mury eoncerns the expi'ii-
    l .i runout phi4oejapher
    and his young daughter on a zoo-
    legdeaj exlM\litilin in Afrtra. Ihir-
    i legeeh tei unusual ani-
    i ..! the slrl beeoniee separated
    aa Ih-t father, and her guide la .
    kUl.-d. She is savttl by a wild
    white boy win. live* in the jungle
    < i protector and
    fiii-nd. Her father's efforts to tlnd
    ImparuMd i>> a triba f
    lion werelilppan aqd lag group if
    nearly wiped out by a plague ul
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    saved by Bi'inl>a and there is an
    ex.ilinii .liniax.
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    f wild annuals In theii
    nature] habitat. There la plenty
    of udventurf and action and the
    iwo veunaatare are delightful in
    .Heir respoetlve roles So few pic-
    ture* an- shown here that are
    irit.i,.|y suitable for ehiliirwn.
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    K*Ct HH K
    SUNDAY \UVOCATE
    SUNDAY, II M IS, 15
    MAL VERNS SCORE ANOTHER WIN
    Colony Team Go
    X indies Tp.i i.i Mi. Men opened at Lerd'i

    In tiM mm plac "< in !......nabb proud of oui having pm
    up the highest Lord'*- 320 for
    the loss USUS best of 277 In IftStf
    when J-i
    On the other hand the composition of the team -nd the collapse
    of the mlrtdle men ifter a good start has given us much food for
    thought
    In tin
    wonder th.it skipuei John Goddard had aguiu gone into a Test
    mated with a single pater, seven batsmen and four roeoanlsed
    all told
    WOMIKKING
    ring whether In the abaemt- of Nines J<
    rd has laki I of using Worrell as
    mgiiig the unsuccessful Pierre
    Down Two-One
    TIIK visiting Malvum luotball learn got. th.
    viii.iv ..I their tour when they defeated a Colony JU Dy
    I In Ihr.r at Kensington yesterday.
    Hi- uctllwwy the G I Mrs S*vtfe accorr-
    panied by Capt W Umbrrl. I'nvate Secretary were amung
    Ihe large number (if spectaturs who witnessed a keen strug-
    gle on a rain soaked ground.
    The Police Band under Capt. C t Raison wa, also
    present and delighted Ihe crowd with a number of lively
    airs before Ihe game began and treated them to a display
    during the interval.
    Both team* were presented v> ?
    . i. srnoi afore P,fl>' twxi"
    England Meet Chile To-day
    In World Cup Fixture
    RIO DE JANK1KO, June 24.
    i jbiful of their chances of bealinn England
    hi U>morrOW*l p<.| World Cup game in the Municipal
    Stadium
    i officials told Keuter that though he had not
    /E AHE wondi
    Skin-i l
    W
    Into the team.
    How.-vr. most of m fail thai >' least, assiimini: that I'm
    i dard. ..nd with this we .iniee. th..' hi
    have grt '. < '..... " ' Alei
    Iruttdd of thl reredi with ChrtsrJsi
    In my oi
    to trie- oecnMon but thl alb lot ib.it. t.i
    ..tinal hntsman instead of another t>.
    ex(*rience at Old TrulTotd oonititut* I th.it might well
    resuh n ^iMiiiui t.i tosin thai
    concerned.
    rALSE BCONOMT
    f T .....lag might have m
    Goddard include ChrtftianI in case the situation got wot
    the course -.f Ihe fame; but this in my opinion weakens ihe composi-
    tion of the team
    If Christian, is to I" played Si u wicket-keeper, by all means play
    him but to continue to include him in a Test team with Waleott on
    thl IT chance !h..: WalcoM nay get hurl Is a fills- nnd exiH'iiMVi
    economy.
    With regard !> Ihe game itself I am among those who feel that
    up to Dl idy'l The hard mhl factl art' thai the
    West Indies baa i red 320 runs They may add a few
    lonai Valentine and Itainadhln being
    negligible factoi' as far as lun-gctting Is concerned
    On the other hand. if. a* I predicted lone i-rfnu* the First test
    team had Ron* into action. Jones pulls a muscle at Johnson did. and
    the conditions warrant a fast bowling attack, then our chances of
    forcing a win or even .sei/inn tic imitative bj Ihcso means will have
    diminished almost to itagi "( m.n-i'v.
    Even if Skipper Goddard worked up smart f t medium pace
    and Frankie Worrell bowled with devil the* could i ol bowl for such
    long intervals and maintain the necessary hostility as fast bowlers
    In their own right would do
    NO MORI-: MARATHON HOWLING
    ON too other hand, it it Is found that the wicket Is taking spin
    and VatenUna and tUmadhln just cunnot get the batsmen out
    although thev ;n. beating them time and again, the inclusion of
    iTilliams would go u long way towards solving Ihis dilllcully
    It would l>e unreasonable lo expect of yilantlna and Rajnadhln
    lo repeat their marathon bowling performance of the first Ti
    If conditions turn out to Ih* ahundanlly conducive lo spin bowhnx
    Howewar, a-e h-v. slread) wored 320 run: v. n
    many more but England will have to make these runs and Ihere is
    many a slip twlxt the cup and the Up The issue U till wide open
    and tomorrow'.; play should illui inch wav
    victory will ga
    .. not was aCconiiMinu/t
    I ii to the Held by Ma;oi A H
    it. | i I'lf-idenl ol
    lha 13 A FA. Mi O S Coppm
    Honorary Secretary. Capt F C
    Capl W 1-ambert.
    first CM
    Hot the first tool of
    I....
    .i( back, In auomot
    .luS'ri'o^thein^v'K '?^" I"-
    net ihe
    Into the light eunicr
    of play
    ihe etttton got tb.u s.-
    when centre forward
    ;.is beat Smith with a, w*p4i
    de John placed shot.
    * during Tne Colony got their lone goa
    hen, as a rrdult of a good I'jr
    Spartan Gel
    Two Cups
    AT BA.F.A. PRIZE DAY
    ''i. riaftioj Malvern Football
    loam is the Ijest
    visited Barbados, a
    DlOf Vice I
    .. my last column before the Tunidad June Meeting starts
    ,..xt Ihursday and the:. imagine that the second big-
    Jand play he had heard about their pruwrsw and fcesl mecng m the B W.I. must com* la foi some advanced discussion.
    reputation from experts, includinu Chile's own l.eorge First on ihe lut of important evenu will naturally be the claaslc Trial
    Kobledu, Newcastle United forward. stake*.
    At the same lime Chile-^are Only a lew weeka'ago V...' i.neaten son ol feal-of-
    EZS^^JSSTZ * and Television, was a conn, med favour... M... three imprj..
    best marl of the team >.:idonbtedl> made him hist choi. a Bui
    The ouUlde left Diaz is also a !lely reports from Trimdad nv 0l a bit in the
    fast and tricky player, likely to letting. Last week he was first icpoued to have Kni-lied a gallop
    England right back Ramsey ,.,u,..,sly uMfl g...n aftOI laal Thun.da>'s work he did not please lha
    Worse still I noticed something in one of the piess leporls
    v.-i he-- had nut heard bcfoii That U thai Waveciesl had
    lOngland May
    Carry A
    Masseur
    ball ,oin: Major A. ..
    TO AUSTRALIA
    LONlK>N June 25
    lo players selected for
    e current Teat ... i
    id Use West (ndlea al
    . .
    told the afaryleboi
    A foal
    Paily"
    t*l Clu
    should send masseur with the
    England team to Australia during
    : the winter.
    Ma Maura are usually appointed
    ii. each cantia i>f UM I
    but it is felt that players' injuries
    _ peted in Ihe World Cup. n
    morrow's match will be theli
    l
    yesterday
    This occurred just i. i
    prcacntaUon of the ItfftO foolba
    trophies lo the various club win
    nera. by the Governor.
    Before asking the Uovernor lo would greatly benefit from
    .vard'movement, Drag-ton cent rent *.rcenl *** trophies. Major attention ol a regular masseur
    from the right winil for Wtlkc to foster on behalf of the Aaaucia- preferably a colleague who knew m '"' *Pp*!t'on .
    r'iniax with a i-werful shot from Uon wlTO">' the Governor and them and the,r individual weak- The Chilean team for lomorrow s
    clow range. Mr- Savage. He said that u.- nesses. **h l tJvingstone. Farias.
    i I lonv lenm sUrtaH tiovenior was a keen football fan The Australians took a masseu. Rnldan, Alvarez. Busquel. O
    without Smith their goal keeper and had witnessed many of tie t,, s.,nth Africa With them la:t caUo- Mayanes. Cremaschi,
    ! the first five minute- Raac* names during the season not in an year, and found him invaluabl*- ,c<|o. Munor, DinzReuter.
    ..ulntitute.H. They took the kick official capacity. but as ai.. ntB up ..gainst i
    ordinary interested spectator un he assured thorn thai the Assocla- no extra play*
    Uon quite appreciated It. Keith Miller, being flown out
    He then thanked the Governor The reur before the MCI
    for having consented lo attenl party In Ihe West Indies met
    and distribute the trophies to the with a similar run of bad Uiek
    winning clubs. nnd Leu Hutton was call.
    Major Foster said that although
    it was a little ute, It was tie
    Oi i opportunity he bod ant to
    welcome the visitors on behalf
    ..( the Association.
    Pleasure To Watch
    He said that it was a pleasure
    to watch their football and with-
    out any fear of contradiction, he
    thought It the beat balanced side
    that bad ever visited llna 'Imres
    Their positional play, ball control,
    taetus and fine points of the laaM
    should be a lessi
    iff towards the goal at the
    screen end and Immediately
    threatened their opponents' goal
    /ban Lucas iust kicked wtda In
    i good effort
    Bit uf Clearing
    Malvcin then took ov.-i an..
    Ihe colt HI lu (IO ..
    bit of clearing as then OH
    front ine-ii swept down into the.I"
    MALVKRN WIN FIRST TKST
    The i.Minng Malvern Football Club < I sMnklad dofaatad Colony
    XI yesterday at Kensington by (hi odd goal in ihrcc before the
    largest crowd lo attend a foothnll game In Barbadoa for many years.
    The visitors who had already drawn with the Colts XI and had
    defeated the double crowned champions Spartan by nine goals to love
    this week, were up against a sterner opposition when Ihev met the
    Colony team.
    Honours in du opinion were evenly ilun ihe right
    half back for the Colonj Inadvartetltly e-lged one inlo his own goal
    to give Ihe visilois their first goal but after this Putty Lewis al centre
    forward scored from close range off a OBp Centra from Mnnneis on
    the right wing and Malvern were two goals up at the end of the first
    half.
    Wilkes [rQU an accurate centre Iioin Drayton on the right
    took the hall full and made no mistake in putting the colony one goal
    up soon after resumption
    team ach oiilucky not lo have equalised- WlUtOf
    came nearest to accomplishing this when with only the goalkeeper
    to overcome, he grarcd the right upright from close range. Ihe hall
    going into touch.
    PLAYED TO DRAW IN ITRST t.AME
    /"\N the visitors' first appearance against a Colts XI on Mondi
    Another good forward move
    .iient by Malvern brought them
    their first goal when hall back
    lleece registered in an attempt lo
    I lo,
    This brought the 'olony on the
    iffensive ..... ;a*i i
    lor the eouallsei but Ui" Mafvef
    defence was not to ba> ov.....pa
    At this stage Of the game die
    colony had no !
    urners which wen
    taken by Chose Hum the *s/.l
    'Aing bin without result.
    The colony gDOn fot
    .'elves two down when Putty"
    I^wts, the Malvern centre for
    ward, beat giKilkwui-r Smith with
    a well placed shot after nSOt i
    a good pjiss from Maitnec* wMn
    had cut in from the righi wlQI
    The interval was taken slioi >
    afterwards.
    Offensive
    On resuinption. the CosoUj
    team were, first on Uwe offensive
    and l.uens made a good attempt
    lo score when he ttn.k a sluri fnin
    ng ihe left wing which went ovei
    pl...< lie hoped that Ihey were
    enjoying their slay and would J
    lake back nothing but pleasant c
    memories of this tour.
    The Governor then presented ;|
    the trophic* to the following: s
    Mr Neville Medford. Capt. of i
    Spartan. the B A FA. and
    Knockout Cups. Mr. I- Daniel,
    Capt of N ihe S.- ..',.i
    Divthion Cup, and Mr A. J. H.
    Strctlv. Capt of l,odge the
    Third Division Cup.
    norl notice to supplement
    Ah bj ii.
    Prevent Recurrence
    Skilled attention and know-
    ledge of the history of an Injury
    can do much to effect a com-
    plete cure and prevent recur-
    rence
    Th.s should be achieve.! il a
    rafulai tnooeeui was appointed to
    a inuring team.
    The added expense would b"
    r:..il.inced -ime u uut- ***. Charles Beckles who dietl
    IO UM local break of injuries may be checked recently
    plenty of trouble.
    In spite of the hot steamy
    ^'^^^l^jr^^ """* *ome son of lag I do not lour.. -
    UM writer was referru be was said to have when
    In ti-uung lot Ui left fjhrutunao meeting, but this could hardly be
    me case. Did be net ion al Union after that with no ill effects? I
    d to took place after Union.
    If it u *1 blow of ill luck loi the lav-
    Blared in Ihe Trial
    d one in particular whom he defeated at Union has now
    aunost i. OH place This is Princess Rassiyya.
    oes in one paper last Friday by doing her
    Ac in i QM on Thursday last. This was the fastest gallop for the
    morning n W m U said that the track was supposed to be fast
    .ii .-pile ol ram in the early houi* ol the morning. Here 1 must admit
    ad DxraaU in a stale of contusion because II has been raining in
    i lor the last few weeks regularly and therefore an early morn-
    ing shower could hardly have had no effect on the state of the going.
    1 am therefore at a loss to comment properly on Princess Rassiyya's
    It might have been really first class or it might have been little
    than average.
    tf0QI usoloes eaj now find the grey Jamaican filly as one of the
    Ms*. labourites while another from that island Is also well up in the
    This Sub r;t... ,\ i.,. oak** out of Joy,
    Bob thi lab type When i '..^ bei
    : doi all accounts she has coma
    Stakes then she
    i be 1 nal
    I UM had her first
    gallop In Trtakl Qfl -' half with Lady Belle m
    the
    good form and spirits
    The British team will aval)
    oi '.he .ilTcr to have
    oxygen tubes on the toil
    case any i
    near collapse owing to tin
    .i whiff.
    It is essential thai the wt*0*l
    11 men keep going for the BO
    mimitet, as there U no question ,^^ ^ ,, headl
    of substitutes being allowed, even
    for the goal-keepcr pi-
    England have never before com-
    th.
    Cricket League
    Meeting
    the chanefa of having to ' P*Orng tribute to him Mr
    i fix .in i.n.i man would be "ewitt said that he was one of
    My lessoned. the most enthusiastic members
    Some counties in England have ''i bos done a great deal for. the
    Ireadj realised the value of a League and Its welfare. The
    killed masseur Yorkshire have league could not obtain success
    for Mime lime and like without men like Mr. Beckles.
    Middlesex, Surrey and Essex After standing fur live mlnutc:-
    ir.clude him to travel round tbe the members heard the minutes of
    country with them. the last meeting read by Mr.
    The fashion Is developing and Hewitt. No observations or
    no doubt before long every coun- remarks were made.. In th'
    TEST MATCH
    and county will consider
    iilas mi a travelling mat
    ell spent.
    oal It .
    from page 1
    He has been collecting Ihe ball
    I-.t.-i Malvern mode a raid anl on the hatfvolley and driving It
    on the righl wing sent smoothly iiwuy, but he seems to
    in a hard grounder which Smith have been picking his direction
    aJlected and cleared. It was not nnd pierced the del' ffl :'
    I'ng after ibis that the CeJjyij field time and again.
    their ..iCMimt iiravton. As for ihc English bowling,
    their outside right, who had go- Jenkins has been the luckiest
    ihey | ;, .. i ,|,,,i tiie right I use the word advisedly.for two
    obvious Wing and centred accurately for ,.f his wickel H.
    undeservedly earned
    the ball a i
    THE ANNUAL general meet-
    ing of the Barbados Cricket
    if-?"!.**^ "Il- in QST." : niv favounte if nothing goes wrong
    ' ''T\CCt^Z^l!u: > -k than she dkia
    turned out to express th. ' only two-year-old I have ever seen win
    opinions as to whal should be bef aprtnl faster than the ll class horses on the same day I have
    done to Improve conditions n sever ceased to be impressed by her. It will certainly take a very
    general. ... | beat her.
    irjtraWs: &&?. """f, "< < * -- *-*-^s 2 *rsi
    U-ague, Mr. J. M. UewlU Baked ***> WUe Of Lazy Hones. Of course it ls to be expecled that
    members to stand in honour or Mr. U VIUlanM will not allow us to see what Fair Profit can do
    y. Thin astute trainer never cares for publicity before
    wias Fair Profit came like a bolt from the blue
    when he won tbe Breeders'. In fad. this is an apt description of that
    P Kicssed to me that she thought
    1 ntlrely out of it right up lo the time they entered
    [retch She even turned away in disappoint men I and was only
    .hen her huobnnd informed her that he was passing

    then POM fair Profit has been under a cloud due to his two
    defeats al Union Park. Your guess Is OS good as mine whether he
    ., .ii come from under tht| shadow m the Trial Stakes.
    The small lirey gelding Luzy Bones is perhaps having a light pre-
    imanclal statement it was pointed paration. He Is the type that tucks up quickly and maybe Ibis ex-
    c ul that $100 had been paid v\a\M the absence of his name from the reports of the gallops. In
    nvU^XX^f^^ my booJt f^UJiave him .head of Princess Rassiyya but I shall have
    the St. Kltta tour. Mr.
    Frontenac
    Races
    Postponed
    Hewitt at this stage told th.
    that the B.C.A. Is not pressing
    them for the payment of the bal-
    ance but it Is a moral obligation
    for them lo do so quickly.
    I let linn
    ' wait until after the race for confirmation.
    Theta |g One sure thing abou: the Trial. It Is going to be
    good race and I am looking for an equally good one to win It
    j;nnlkeeper Smi'li
    Up And I>uv.n
    Tile ball was BOW kept
    played to a draw. each side scoi ln| a slngl<
    Innu that first game thai thev were then trying to acclimalise them- Wllks I Mill Wittl I pOW-
    selves to conditions obtaining .it Kensington and they misjudged the eiful shot ITi I
    bounce of the ball on .some OCI ll I til U the pace of Ihe drv The VisftOI tried to tut them
    and fast Kensington pitch. \ ruiihet m the lead and
    Emmanuel who forsook his usual potttil D of lull-liack foi centre- durln| one o| thl ll aids forced
    lialfback gave a veiy colourful displ.n. BU WU a roving commission 'hen
    in th* centre sjBd he fulfilled thi* role with credit and to the delight .orncr which was nicely taken by
    and commendation of the crowd Manners from the right stdlB, DUl
    1 !' ialy pi.tying well with-
    in himself showed glimpses of Ihe torn that has made him Trinidad's
    most popular forward, lie cored the cquali-cr for nil team. I low,
    swift shot Into the .oincr of Ihe nets.
    Wilh two da] iftei this game. Malvern enleti. pen
    ii this time opposing Spartan, (his sea-
    son's BenlOl !>. u 11 I bampj m S* well us ehumpions of the Knockoiil
    Competition.
    DIFFKRKM' TKAM BKATS SPARTAN
    T^JIIS was n different learn from that which opposed the Colts. Ken-
    sington has bardJ] leen mi b go exhibition of teemwork, : 1
    and finishing powen The powerful Park team, powerful el lealt bj
    local standards, proved to Ih- no match foi Ihe eiettOTl Who subjected
    them to a tlioiou.h druhblng lo the tune uf nine goals to love.
    Lewis shot five of these. There was absolutely no doubt
    thai Malvern. on then Tliuisday's perforrnance were more than
    match for Spartan but at least two of the goal., might have been saved |i .ous al further scoring, the
    it goal-keeper Harris did not seem to have gone to nag ended without further '"
    goals had been scored. ..,,,,,. H k Bowga,
    Gibbons was off colour at back but iWcn piayeu Trie refaie was Mr Paul Wii- Reece. Drayte
    Gittcns at right half be I tan was the outstiuulnn plsyei on i;m, wh|le the linesmen werfl Lucas Chase
    ' ^ .. Ml K,",k WwardS UUt Ml Malvern: Mills. Ak.,1. Em.n.m-
    asatccnlie forwa.d ami Hind.-at inside rigid Kmman- ,, w Snv,.r. mtt n,.,,,,.,, (.ul ,
    - top notch T(!1. ... ,,,. M ,uMow Manners, Hinds. Lewis. Garcia.
    After the financial statement
    was explained it was unanimously
    adopted. The next step was the
    The race for the Frontenac election of officers and again for
    Tropbv in Carlisle Bay yeslcrday, this year Mr. G. Brnthwaltc was
    winch' WOUld have completed Ihe re-elected President and Mr.
    R.B.Y.C I960 season, had to be Ramsay Vice President.
    called off because the western A ow ofllce r kecond Vice
    Stake Boat went adrift after beine. President was created, and this
    struck bv Kainboic. wegst to Mr. A. Myles.
    The presentation of trophies " b*"1* re-elected Secrctar;
    however look place and utter- "' the League Mr
    wardl SO informal meeting of tlu,t ho, wlu
    -illringly for
    and his range-finding appai
    doei not always seem to be i
    the Ik-sI working
    Holllei ..' kumcheek 1 did l*a
    better job.
    I'.' i it was particu!
    ami deserved the two wk kek
    -liit Thirty eight overs for 50 v . hi owners, summoned bv Com-
    runs is good going at any tune, modnre J II. Wilkinson decided wiil do hia bcjl lo
    ' end at DO ttme dU he fill Ul that the rriaitcnae Cup will be members of the dill,
    i score l?,,( rilmv carry the ball up to the batsmar, Uu, ,,,,., ,.Tl,| ,h(. date was Bd
    en uT. 'to. m Z ',,l,, r"t" "'.' I ""-' J"'v 2 " 2.30 p.m Assistant Secretary and
    wingand ,'ha'.- |,ead',l go"!v. ".'s BerryStead; with the same number of boats League Representative:
    only for Mills |(, ...ve For the lest ll, n. .- lng. retarles of the
    Leter the Colo. good than Wanlle. hut the l.tler |o4 The Commodore, before the named. ^^^
    Lb to equause when the wickets Certetnly Oeddard presentations, thanked the start-
    Wdki-s after henting Ihc hacks, should not have given him the " ailempted t., place the lull in (he additional success John swung very valuable assistance throuK*!-
    left corner of the nets and bit Ihc wuutmlll raatuen, el one outside out the season. He said that
    .i.dside edge of the left upright the leg stump, missed, and the throughout the season th.
    In spite ..f nan. eflOftl I" both ball ncoehetcd on tbe WtnO
    * i i.i r e 18
    TIIK T.T.t. PLAT!.
    The favourite foe UN T.T.C. Plate, both here and In Trinidad is
    Storm's Gift. The great mare left acre ItitX Sunday bul naturally she
    has not had her first pipe opening gallop yet. This will probably
    come to-day. However she is not going to have an easy race. I
    notice that Devon Markc. has been showing very good form at
    exercise. II- ij the 0M I i BDCCl to I"1 the most dangerous although
    it Is possible that his owner will send him m the B clgal six. But I
    think his chances in the T.T.C. Plate will be better.
    Then there will be the two Jamaican Derby winners whom she will
    also have to handle The first, our old friend Blue Streak, and the
    second Applemoney. The former, as we already know, is capable of
    Hewitt "said turning in rousing finish when condiUons suit hurt and as the
    ontlnuc to work track will probably be on the soft side 1 expect he will not dlsap-
    the League and jMiint us. With regard to Applemoney, he Is still rather obscure.
    pit gat tt.i
    t clubs.
    was then elected
    and the
    and Sec-
    BTVil '
    Glib US
    i. ni.....
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    Wllk. .
    GETS RED CROSS
    GOLD MEDAL
    PARIS, June 24.
    At the Hed Crns. Heat
    no official protests although here vestcrdav Mmc. Gilbert Hu-
    tharc ut-iv ono or two arguments bPrl Cuerin. wife of the french
    ivhieh were settled amicably". Ambassador In Canada, P i
    i cndil to all yachtsmen ,hc Gold Medal of the French tnou*'
    K.uly in the week it was reported that he I ..d a long plodding action
    and th.it he went fairly slowly over about a mile. On Thursday, he
    Is said to have toyed with Swan lli> Wither means very.much to
    me, In Ihe Bret place, his long plodding acUon might mean that he
    was not being let down or that he is a slow plodding type. Secondly.
    to toy with Swan Bay is no criterion. She is one of the worst of the
    imported* I know at present. It is quite definite that Applemoney
    will need a food turn of foot lo win In this company. He will there-
    to do a lot more than plod nlong to be In the money at the
    - Wine I expect, will see to that,
    lrf-okmg over the other events on the programme I see little to
    old to What I wmte last Sunday, except that Identify unfortunately
    broke down and this leaves the Maiden with only four runners. Al-
    i ..nee Is not too pleasing to the eye she did a
    lei at full-bark i : rod Akal St fullback
    players that would grace any football field in the West lndi
    Colony XI: Smith. Proverhs Lynch.
    in Barbados", r,.,) Cross.
    Mo said 'hat Rtiinbou' was so she was awarded the medal foi
    aiudom lo win the Frontenac i-cr work for war injured refugee
    Trophy thst she cut the mark children in Brazil when her hus-
    .v.irds asked Mrs Wilkln- hand was Ambassadbr in that
    son to present the prizes. ...imtn fleeter
    splendid gallop last Tuesday, in fact she gave her Trinidad "trainer",
    Mr. Bethel, the jitters I l.eliev< he thinks he will now win with
    Corfu Instead "f Fanny Adams or River Sprite "Anyway, Fred, its
    I good tUnaj in have such a strong entry to represent you In the C
    L'lar* races."
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    SUNDAY. JINK 2J, 1*5(1
    SUNDAY M>\ rx \TI
    PACE FIVK
    yniiiiMiiiiiiHiimiiiiMiitiiiimmiimmmiiiiiiiiiiuiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimmimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniininiiii......niiiiiiitHmnimnmiHimiiiir m.....kimmuii.....i.....i......iiiniHi^
    JUNE IS NO. 125
    1 SPORTS SCHOOL The Bedser Twins Th%Tfopic
    But_________________ Last Week
    How About
    Piling Up
    Some Runs
    Look
    HfYVfc yn .
    Bin iliy batting
    i the end of the seaaon and
    wondered why M
    nearer 3."(Hi !!-... ;\..i,
    Mr. Mediocre appan
    struggle lo reach hi* 1.000"
    Or have you wntc-ic.l that well-
    known pair batting togei
    thera in the middle a-iri
    why Muter score* twlee a* m.'O"
    mm twice n* qul<
    though they have in eq i
    of the bowline
    Watch ihem closely next lime:
    you ko to any ib-st-class match, i
    ihmk you will nnd the n
    this. Mr Master baa mil ani
    complete i,in.i i,f
    Mr. Mediocre* range is restricted
    He plays three or (our shot.
    superbly, but his scoring end
    with those three or font
    Straight | Si,..
    CUT:
    A'
    I lit .'"urn- hi s \.. .
    We-tiCo. ii illghi I
    ball N. 3; t, | | oft | poattton of f.-vt Ni. *S: COHcIU I bod
    Ida

    CRICKET is alv.
    between ihi- hi
    Heldlng side. Ttu
    vantage i, with the
    and, once it becoi
    known that a batM
    three or four men
    a>* batUn
    isman and the
    initial Kt-
    fletdlng Mm-.
    i
    uu. hM '!
    iK thota, | n
    captain of th: fleldinu ride
    see to It that tnoie shot* are block-
    ed by lleldsmen before they are
    even made.
    The scoring; stroke, in cricket
    can be divided Into two main
    categoric*: those played with a
    straight bat and thus* played wild
    croat bat.
    Now, providing you hold the
    bat correctly, get out to the plt.ii
    of the ball, get your head well
    over the ball when you hit it. thi
    straight bat shots the drives-
    Should present few difficulties
    Remember, a straight bat is a safe
    bat.
    But a man who can drive with-
    out knowing how to play the cross-
    bat shots will not score many
    runs: his shots will be blocked.
    So let us examine s few of the
    more unorthodox, and admittedly
    tricky *hots. First, the leg side
    shots: the hook, pull, and *.-. eep
    The hook and the pull are
    probably from the batsman's
    viewpoint, the most dangernu- of
    a- M \
    it
    DRIVE:
    ALEC BEDHEK rwnmrnU -
    ill b> Mil Nn. I: It.,i
    i ad\ in II iwaj bw -i\ No. *.
    walllx "' ball armi I i i itralghi
    picked up; right fool mavtUg i badjfj glggja ol bal face downwards
    and m i ai the wicket h ..r -is the""1 below level ol hand- \o 4: Completion \
    off-stump: elbows well out, N I *nOUld follow through with a roll of the ffrfatj
    Right foot in position whola walght trenafarred from left M-ep ihe ball low. Again mi u twii -don't tkkle H
    to right foot. No. 3: High! leg sllghtl; ban)
    root on #hii .
    Fundamentally alng made u the front foot n
    In both stroke* tn. Irani foot re- Tt"
    main* .mchorcit whllr the i 8 pointing lo
    lilttlng lb
    That b one uf Ihg
    well-fuacad ftei
    at the wicket, or Just outside Iha
    leg stump, and the, idea Is to crack
    It round to the fine-leg bounds %
    The pull is used against th<
    Ufa ol ball pilch-
    the off-stump Thi* time it l<
    pulled round towards square le
    boundary. But remember thi-
    ymi can pull slow bowling bill
    you cannot hook it.
    In both shots the rlghl leg must
    be moved backwards and acre
    the wicket outside the line of
    flight of the ball. In both shots
    the batsman's body should be
    square on to the bowler when he short
    artualy hits the ball and should um|) Npvor a!u.m ,a,
    be facing the direct on the ball f(M). ,mm bj, k .,'
    has gone when the follow through wlckt?I Thf>1] mc idea ,,
    npleted. He anatid alwayi fOW hul through the air. cutting
    the ball off at right eOj
    original 0 111 I
    Even if vou have not jrtf
    .i lull rani e Irokai
    :
    -fully exactly where '. i
    >r* standing, then .....
    vour *hnt< iu-it out of tt .
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    bmg >>> in-ui.uiiiu fraahnaaa will he) ii.......rj M paw
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    Hani 2* bout Grand Prix hori
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    The new load Mlliaci
    improved turns and better strean -
    lining are anpaclaid to see nil
    previous records maahed.
    geiriei
    THE PULL
    Sr wre fo piiof on
    fne bac* foof
    all shots to play, and. until! reallj
    mastered, jihould not be attempte.1
    In match play So get down lo it
    at nets and master them.
    Ron The? IHflVr
    IN most leepeeti Iha stroke is
    the same to slmhtly different
    balls The hook Is used aaam-t
    a short-pitched fatish ball directed
    r.iv'l llfang]rriiiH
    TKI iween Ig usually employed
    agnlnat an ovcrpltthtd ball <
    the off-Stump It is a lovely .hnl
    to watch and to play: but it is (
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    Hero are the ballti tu cut; For a
    ,nsh ban aix.... ; .,; .,. *,1IU|1 it
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    foot forward and across the off-
    stump, at tfTc same time beudtl
    the" rluhl leg so that the kn
    almost touches the ground Tl
    bat is swept right across the In
    of night, parallel lo the ground
    directed well outside the
    It shoulu semi lite ball
    past point Pa
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    Tm- Point* Hh.o
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    SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 19541
    Barbados Befo re And After Waterloo
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    for* the gale, covered at

    ; texts and
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    td to i-igh about |
    I C n feat, another thai might
    v tfigh about 400 pounds was $60
    fron the mill "
    In the nineteenth ceottaY] H*
    '< head-quarters of
    ..I ForCM in the Wind-
    ,t [.reward Islands; the
    tuch consisted of about
    pOOf thousand men. including
    UK) engineers, under tilt
    eon.mand of a Ueutenant-Gea-
    erai resident in Barbados The
    residence appropriated for his ac-
    commodation in Bridgetown was
    atjled 'Queen's House,' which
    af'er the withdrawal of the Gar-
    rison, was taken over by the Ves-
    tr of St Michael and made Into
    S i
    h;;* H'
    A FAIT OF THX WALL ue.i
    ! MM fasjH )::
    the Hole-town Police Station which
    York U.S.A.) from wWto Su Johnathan
    i arrived trva'
    lJUica wire tilting out an
    SOME OF THE OLD OONB
    opyonte the Savannah Otno.
    ; i.oiiiiuii, llajor-Oti
    eral ol Militia, u mis*- a ran-
    itn-ni in aid of tha Kin.
    i li'i.th in tin Lee
    I gpodrtteo wag
    a success*. Again in 16W Ui
    I* voted 130.W1.I
    . | ;.cnU of Malm...
    .... snd Hoti -
    aiher expedition asBkllatl
    ti It is claimed th;ii
    four huiuLrttl Barbadian* oflei. I
    vi.es as volunteers. An
    attempt *aa made upon St- Pierrv,
    Martinique, in which the Barba-
    dians fought wall; but whei
    success appeared to be certain
    baa troops received orders to re
    1 he failure of this OXpe*
    alleged, tu many of th--
    ottui-rt. being Irish Roman Cath-
    olics.
    In 1694. in response to a petition
    by the House of Assembly. UM
    irst regiment of British wkuri:
    vas garrisoned in Barbados. Tin
    .uhabitants of the Island had lr
    provide for their accommodation
    so a building programme wa
    ranied out and a number'of new
    forts and ballerles were erected
    At tho commencement of UH
    eighteenth century the fortinc-i-
    '.lons amounted to twenty-twi.
    vary
    Some of the old rorts are t
    used for other purposes. Christ
    Church Almsbouse was Oistin's
    For' St. Peters Almshouse was
    l | rtJgt, Holetown Police
    i . .m James Fort, and the
    oa the other point of Mule-
    Church Point Fort* was
    ,. Folkstoiie House' is now
    led, and two bedrooms and
    . examples of its the kitchen and pantry of the
    inwnffM which may be ;.re*ent residence belonged to the
    , board found in the gar- UiiOMra Quarters of the old Fort
    den of Lieut-Col. Dtggcns, Bar- Tl dinner's Quarters of Ciaren--
    rack-Master, an inch board, a don Fort," which in 1782 mounted
    foot wide and four feet long, 12 guns and 4 swivels, is now Si.
    slicking three feet in the ground. Alhans Church. The rest He in
    An imn i pounder, with its ruins and some are only murked
    cgt iron carriage o> a few rusty old guns.
    - fi d, and it is
    i<-inarK;i(ili- tn.it the ;ireh roofs
    at ! Of the i pel tbe walls.
    TIM extieir,. Iiilll ol Ihe
    wind, apart from the general
    i auged, left behind it
    '^"y*
    i'i'.i of Barbados, Bridgetown frls and batteries armed
    defended by several batteries two hundred and eighty guns
    ler the eomrfutni and f'.iis. aajgggf* Charles' Fott
    Ue with forty guns, "Wllloughby's
    (gvhn later further dm- _
    fort with tlurtven guns, James
    Fort on the nght point of the bay
    with hnnta ejUM and another
    mattery with ten guns. Then
    i i forts mostly along the
    West coast, of these there was
    Ba) with UMBty-ftoi
    e Bay battery with thir-
    * himself by sailing up
    f unung three British
    nHng o
    i.rtn. tHf>" proceeded to bloek-
    hames), which was tc
    t directed against the
    '
    i and on the 101
    MB IBB
    Bay battery which
    Lord Franeif with ten guns, and at Speights-
    h a aed an act "for the town one with twenly-iive guns.
    ral ,. and ndlrvtltm ,1 i .. Innrimg places between the
    JO0.000 pounds <>f sugar, tow.n di baUeria war* defended by
    eg of fortify- breastworks of stone.
    thi pttsen' |n UiHlt Knglaiid was again at
    war with France, and 'he House
    ..1 l>. Ruytcr. after of r\aaemblj trow money fur Sir
    THE LIONUM V1TAF, WALK >n Quern I Park with Qurrii. Ilini..
    la the background. In the lUnstsentli century Barbados was head
    qaarteni of Uie Imperial Forces Ui the Windward and Leeward btluudft,
    and "Queen's House" wa> tho residence of the Lieutenant (leneral-hi-
    r,.d. 02 England was again at wa-
    with France, and the then Gov-
    Bei it Orarn
    menevd the erection of the cita-
    del, which was called St Ann
    Forte in honour of th.- Queao
    II U n ordad Ih ft i
    Barbados has twanl
    and forts and twenty-six
    mounted *4th 403 gum
    honeycombed, aivl
    near one hundred wsn
    eomplete the fortlhcations; I7.6U0
    white inhabitants, and i..i>-;
    Militui. horse and foot Here all
    freemen were obliged tu antar
    themselves Into the ngiimid of
    their own district. The tarUflca-
    linns are manned by 15S imitre^ses
    under seven chief gunr.< i
    twenty undrr-cun"'* '' Tin *
    proves thaf an extensive buHding
    programme was earried out
    twtween 1702SB.
    In |imuaiice of tho Uuke ol
    Jdchmnnd'n plan for d f
    the West Indl.i IgJMllaf. the forl -
    Dent ions nt St Anne's Fort wen
    further increased iH-tween 1789
    ':' The island merely contributed
    .. *f siav- (or building,
    according to the eststtng law
    while tha imperial Qovernmani
    bdra tha otht i niiiaiiK
    In IH31 the G urn son Millet t-a
    m > tram tha hui
    * aai
    Samuel H>de.
    of the Fatal llnnn.iiu i
    Barbados Suffered in Augu.
    1811,' which relates
    "Shot Hall, the raaldanca m
    tbe Offlear Cooimandiosj U
    ! the W> t
    Indies, reeeiverl much injuo.
    Vt tv out building wg
    I earth; thi- garden WM
    owepi of every plant.
    The New Mililai-y PtIroii,
    COntilining 11 cells, all of Which
    The Chapman
    Pincher
    Column
    Cheating?
    TIIF FXISTFNt F si thai quirk
    of the human loleUeel which
    BWat f'>lk call 'the power of
    "and over matter" was clearly
    demonstrated during recent tests
    of the new I'ghtmng cold-cure"
    drugs.
    US Army doctors tested the
    drugs on 190 soldiers who
    reported sick with head colds All
    um it.r, pen told nan w-uiit ba
    given eoad-coxe tablrt.s llul N
    nf them ware actuall> given
    similarly shaped tablets of chalk
    in-lead.
    Within 24 hours 27 per cent, of
    the men who took the chalk
    claimed they were complete!
    cured. Only 16 per cent, of those
    given the drug said their symp-
    toms had gone.
    More Bile
    Tilt: MOST infect false teeth
    modern Science can provide still
    fall far -hort of the naturd
    article in biting power, accord!ni;
    to measurements made by
    Swedish osaaUat l>r FOI.hi:
    STREXGEB.
    An averagely strong man or
    woman with a full set of natural
    teeth can exert a biting force Of
    1461b.. Strenger reports With
    false teeth )aws can bite with a
    force little stronger than 45 lb.
    Gangster Fish
    FONII FISH winch turn gang-
    L-r. gobbling up the eOfiunultfty'l
    nail fry instead of rooting out
    their food with tha
    cured of cannibalism il-
    logical treatment. V .S fishery
    . gssarta claim.
    When big-inoulned bass are
    put into weedy ponds some ut the
    biggest invariably move into
    secluded apotf, shunning the
    Bhaal, except when they strike t<>
    snap up some straggling young-
    ster.
    But scientists found that if the
    weeds are cleared so that all the
    fish are forced to mingle th<*
    gangsters soon develop a social
    conscience and return to a non-
    fijh diet
    "With everybody well
    acquainted nobody tries to eat
    anybody," reports Professor ASH
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    THIS SWIVEL GUN. which has sine
    Denmark Fort now 8t. Peter's Alrnsh
    1 4ie.cn reuiovfld. used to bn at
    The Uno Monkey Would Not Be
    Left Behind
    laboratory use on a liny isloeo
    otT the Hie of Pines. Two
    hundred were put aboard an air-
    plane at Idlewild.
    At Miami they all escaped
    After two hour* 1W were
    recaptured.
    r..m tltllltRKK ftlOK
    NEW YOHK.
    At vik'' Qutteaa, tun ma
    running a gacu ral itOfa whose
    customers arc thousands of
    uiiles opart *
    Within tne last tw day! 11 b*J
    . and1 "vaecmc to'flght ' C"^- T"1
    i ..idle typhoid outbreaks
    It has sent monkeys to
    Cuba, smallpox vaccine for
    aanlemanta in the
    Andes, and aalibnu foi Uic
    Bcaporl towns of Venezuela.
    The Uno general Itort |M
    under the unwieldy name of
    they heard
    ited chatter from inside the
    landing gear and found Iht
    monkey, unharmed, in a eornei
    where he had made the llight a
    an outside passenger
    Atomic Materials
    The store handles atomli
    "tlie materials. To co-operatmg nation?
    ran-Amcrican Sanitary Bureau, the USA. mafco "*"*
    regional office of World Health radio-active materials from Oak
    Organisation. Washington rUdn. Tennessee, toibe used ei h i
    Upuad iron lungs to medically or on research pro
    mfantite paralysis vie- vided the results are made knov.ii
    **" *" V^m" J ^angcmenls for Uie trai.fe.
    One Was Ml** %^jlg*%&' The Cuban Mini t- i I Health Mexico, Guatemala, Peru and
    wanted to breed monkeys for Uruguay L.E 8
    l Uun
    Dangerous
    tlKTHKK PROOF that a few
    drinks may be dan|gerou for air
    men has been provided by alco-
    holic drinking tests carried out in
    i pressure chamber
    Men who had been given
    ouple at still whatlCMI seeujc 1
    erf'jctly normal when they
    tered the chamber. But
    xygen in the air there wt
    ned to the strength found
    18,000ft. they quickly develope i
    symptoms of drunkenness.
    Growingj r
    Mil Ml.liirtl. IIISM>I(1
    rheeU of more than 2,OO0jO brltons have revealed the *ur
    prising fact that children of
    well-to-do folk stop growing
    much sooner than those ol pouri
    parents.
    Better feeding enables Uieni t
    reach their full heigh:
    advance of the less well-noiir
    ished.
    Back in 1880 most men went on
    growing until they were 28 Now
    they reach full slature before they
    are 22, anthropologist Or. O. M
    MORANT reports
    Casunlties I'p
    SCIENTISTS se>kuig t
    irengthen DDT. to which Mn-
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    chemicalnot yet on salethey
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    n......novalUl>
    (Mm
    Prank r>x*teli c
    un F. (dmii. i
    S Upton (Dwnlktt),
    ' magnate!
    Sinclair .novelist). John I.
    nan vkMli^Mi .:oe |
    ciit (wcua -
    u -toman >, Clare
    is. Oaten lauruteae mtuu<
    rail
    I MtlglT I---------- *
    l Elizabeth t actress). Deems
    and critic), Robert
    (actor).
    20. Douglas 'general). Charles
    ight) -------------------f
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    ?pro) i
    sti rj wrHVn------ ?
    > Helen [Concrajnroaun),
    Paul (.Senator). Lewis (Amba*-
    wtlliam o ISuprenv
    C rt J lb e
    I i. (creator, i| Htandkt"),
    H art R (railroad magnate).
    R mil tccmrdaan), Budds (foot-
    n. .1 fai |
    II John E (FBI cWafUtn),
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    Lan). Edward (opera Lm
    . -----------------?
    13 KM.- (rttdlO singer t, Mar-
    Ssret (Senator from Mabu-i.
    lexis (flbii star). Betty <, author!
    M Usbeth (actress). Clyde
    (football atar), Hawmmd (musi-
    cnn). Randolph factor) ------------'

    In This Logical?
    IP you toss up three coin* tha.
    are juat at likely aa not l
    vume down alike (.all heads or a'd
    tails) For two of tha three ,ir.
    miMl erne duws. cither tails M
    heads Suppose llM two alike ai-
    head* Then the third coin nvi-
    uiNt a* wall .t head as a Uil
    so The chance i- -in even in tha
    trie third coin will be a head I
    the reasoning correct1'
    qaa puthx *! *** mean n
    *[ n> smim iij mo Muift i
    '"i" an w ii i-N an i*m
    So beautifully easy-
    so easily beautiful
    GOLDEN BELLS AND MINK TRIM
    NEW HATS
    It-view
    Rupert and
    Miranda26
    wbolr li<1. Uiwii| your ban |b>um wilh boiurf.
    )U iMunM UtvlltMB tn.m iha I-!- ind MEb b* if -hip. ap into
    .......-' - i ..n.Kfcik ii i. Wbtf wocvUrl nl difltatoi f BrrUOua mUn In Em*>
    ol * oAiunac No pnpamioo, bo ipkmI rtorn -tci. " n
    '.uiiIuUt ctur iii BoHouq vow bur la cutwl, Cbi ta*l> * da
    *- ii.....ram
    there's more foam in
    Brylfoam
    THI ORIGINAL CREAM SHAMPOO IN A TUII
    II* I....ii I I'-killl'
    'Mainly Personal9
    Tangcrvlla. Khainse*n. and irwab, or gold -tuddc* lull.-
    Oobjers QlMt) were the cjlou-- 1\\< A-.tioii uf llif.ht
    "Jint predominonsl In a show ul i.: pUUay by double wtniied .faath-
    Ihii week It was a co- ers. by twisted felt curved at the
    led culk.-tion by th* A-*o- u."-. ntd by hurt split bi iti\.
    claU'd .MUliipery Deslfnsrs ol There Is a raturu to the very
    bold in the glltterinft feminine draped bonnet,
    ballroom of UM I>)ithes_ei In -ral ahOWII kVt ck'inui
    May (air. .urn ii i.uikc*! kb< end in pink velvet, with ao
    ilFashton Fsvuilftal bock. A large ostrtek laaihor
    We fat) it v- a pity Hut drea* curled round one oar to form a
    minMlacturers do not (I -lirrine wheel. In vivid flame
    .ii the name way Then possibly colour, on tiny cloche. Twelve-
    iv. OHBtapi "i diesaea inch pheastmls' leathery swept
    and coat* would baYTC >>me 'left- forward to decorate a stitched **^*
    ' fawn hal fin the anoi-iitig Reason.
    rarnalntng In one's mind like ; The new ex aggeralfd torward
    kalridos-opic pattern line was Ulu.strated by a hat like
    Man) famaaai MUUDery design- ;, beer-eater's with a peak In front
    ers Umk part in the show but llalfwar through the show a
    tnen- wag great ecraci over th' take-up expert from a famous
    Bflcei As some of the hats wen- cosmetic firm enme on to tell us
    trimmed with mutation mink apd mat -hats and fac.-s ha\<-
    Poems By Michael A- Lynch
    Ot all tlte problems which bese: tha poet's development, ore th^se.
    and particular- from a poem lo a small boy, hlp
    ly the young poet, in the West In-
    die*, none & more difficult and
    dangerous Uu.n that caused by
    affair! ,h* **** '** Pfhlishers Uworr.
    at the mt"' musI "* **> ,Ml <* ver>
    vain or In a very great hurry be-
    fore he pays to have bis work
    puhlWhed, he will send it on BB
    rounds of likely publishing Arms
    and his growing collecthMi of re-
    lips will give him no:
    only a spur but also some stand--
    ard b> whn-h to judge his writing
    In the West Indies you mu-sl order
    >our book us you would order
    your suit; 01 you remain unpub-
    lished. There is no one on whan
    test your merits
    neasstv
    l'a.i-r. vO bo*. UMe*
    Arounit flu- ftinnUin'.
    r., ..i,- .. hM knowina
    L*ins mou. t- at mm. In tore
    TIM ivnunrtiy ul Truuv'
    Or the lovely phrase "Tune
    meet* hi. match this evening
    And there are others equally fe-
    licitous But loo much of the
    writing consists of abatfSJCt im-
    rges. loose, unevocative phrasing,
    which m-nkes one wish Michael
    l.>nch hntl waited, could havo
    hod the useful disciphne of re-
    snd dis.ippolntment
    Meredith sa.s -oin.wh.nv Well.
    * there you have the secret of good
    ' plumes, this
    ka i.i i through fie ages." She *** b:
    These reflections
    work: to plod on and still keen that is not possessed by an* nute
    - -i... hamlm. fva.li tlftph-ml I !*>(> ____.._ -_ .Villa
    . oi tangerine, with a tlnga ot dc-*-eyed look long, long ago. and
    . net in it. Khamseen was a stone
    Ith a yellow Inn- RO '
    tireen was all Its name
    Almost a Uwusarul women
    wdtehed the show and two-
    thirds of them were buyers. About
    a hundred came front oviraeai
    \JhnX did they like best about th-*
    hats? The exquisite workman
    ship, the stitched draping, and tlw
    mmaculate finish
    Small
    (Advocate Company: ] 00
    nd tract-,! the colour "scheme *li through the years Orange-red In "r"" not vary many of them, and
    ei ties' Cyt'lamen in the '"ey are. as the title smfgevt-
    thltllea' Plokr red In the forties, mainly poems of emotion The*
    ihe 'fifties"' Back 'to contain some memorable lines.
    i-ed again. The new quite the best of which, and the
    .oil.in- for aurumn are Sienna, ones that show most promise for
    -. and Brilliant As
    point
    alike
    "J-K" "".^,, S" <* P-"lon "**"' Michael Lynch ween
    n"r LC1 v'"SlrlwSl". ^^ '",e P'oddlng to do. for it is
    ." ,.?^f- "*'"Ly PT?^1 ">"(* in his crnrtsmanflhip as W
    nt Interest they all look
    Ha4a mixd Han
    TI.. D Kaymondc, famous May-
    ....... il-ite,>
    hilt not too small Many dip to that "hat* and hair go UJgathef
    Partners
    In Crime
    sine, and many more iavd
    UM ..nd sweep
    Thero seemed to be an Eastern
    influence about some of the hats.
    "Maharanee/* was a pale pink ed
    draped hat with a .sparkling orns- m
    rneni toarlni high tn the front, a*
    and there were satin coolie hats
    trimmed with beadinfl.
    Metal veUtaj was near to us
    it kepi it-; ihape and one brae
    was aptly calletl chick
    a ere new and beautiful.
    Too often he said, women wear
    hat because then hair is untidy. He
    produced rwo small tails of hair
    i:e called "Muitor. Chops'* attach-
    ed to fishhook
    nuuutequ
    NEW NAME due to enter the
    lists of crime-writers BJg
    Me^ And who is Mr. Reed'' A
    and fixed Ihcm ""mbination of Eric Ambler and
    \above Charles Rodda (known to thriller
    anything
    i nd the craft of the short blank
    verse line Is a hard one to learn
    111 done It is as flat on the ear i
    an advertisement
    Poems of the quality of the one
    I quoted above and In that Slei
    der Moment' demonstrate quite
    clearly that Michael Lynch has
    .-.ti-. sensibility and a feeling for
    word and image, and with tbosi
    gta, and an irony of which
    he do. not iel us peg enough, b*-
    i.a the equipment foe poetry, l
    look forward to his next volunv-
    with considerable plei
    Until I'opluvm
    anis, to sweep over the "cheek* "nlh us lasts ;
    i Gavin Holt). Then
    ..nd take away "the '-bare look" )i"l effort will I*- called Bkytlp,
    "Flat tops'' he told us solemnly I asked Ambler "Will you
    cill i. (he iTtaajM build up Eliot Rel as a distinct
    appear, and short hair is here perM-nnlily"" Said he: "We'll
    '.., n*e could ha b help eae how Skytip goes.' Then he
    ,i mbertng thai not so many went back to work
    There was elephant grev with J*ws ago. Raymond raved about book of his own- llr.t tlaca tu
    . of deep green in R: moon a woman s crowning glory, and started screenwritlng with Th?
    i.l.m pressed grape; burgundy: pleaded with us to preserve our Way Ahead.
    claret and honey " "-- Axel Munthes The Story of
    Materials wer.- Inng-haiiTd silk inustraf-l are [wo tyUeal hat* San Mlcbele, puhlished in 1929,
    velours: satin; velvet: plush and ''oni_Jflf collecuun. One, by has bwn reprinted 75 times, irans-
    fur. Trimmings were the loveU- 28?Ti If V e h?aux model la^d lnto J0 tanguages. There ir-
    es' vet Tinv ?olden bells tln':lcd *th high trimming ol fringed no ^Uckeoing in demand
    on one model, great sweepintc fPre.v. "da deep sideways -
    naradlse plumes decorated anoth- *ep- Dutallais showed a drap-
    er We noticed too n plpn- ed beret in Khamseen and black
    cleaner caterpillar. trrfrleseent v'y'T He added an amusing
    plete blrdi
    fringed u
    2s. 6d. edition
    September.
    .ii ii
    i scroll of mutation mink, golden
    leaves, and Chantilly lace.
    Among the i
    meant to be nOtlC
    mink tnot nd, of mink
    'cmlne round nr-l tvir.
    ^ cktail ha with
    iewellerv glinting round the large
    brim had a matching Jewel neck-
    lace which held 'he veil in place
    Inspiration
    Aage Thaarup, the Queen'.
    nailUner, uirnei' to the old poslil-
    f. i
    whirlwind
    The most fabulous hats were
    those trimmed with expensive
    furs, black satin and phantom
    lelti and stlver-
    : hie mini;, all matched fur stoles
    - kea
    And the hats that we ah
    lemenbeied when the show was
    i ver? A close fitting elochn
    roni|Kwed of Ceathers in autumn
    shades of bronze and gold, with >
    waving feather curled like a
    iiuestion mark above Butter-
    yellow birds of paradise nestling
    And here is another prose writ-
    er of perenniol popuiin'-
    \\inslon S. CtwjresOU bck.s*wi*
    have ordered more eoplea t The
    D| Julj
    twc vehimes i
    ThN
    Grand Alliance.
    than of the first
    his war memoirs
    to 832 pages.
    John Giuatbrr who has wr.tten
    Roosevelt m Reiruspeci, aan The
    book is an attempt at m
    weU as a mere natrative'' It will
    be publislud In Autumr
    a blocl. hat with a white curled ]ltem nnd cartrru* veWe, u,
    crown, and buckled strap. A vHi h,.,d b a ^^
    .. touch was gddeu bj an Thp hatB ,. Wou]d rather fi
    enormous sweep of Drill lam Brt? The etiQpnou
    reen net which lied round and brtmj, |Mded with fnnt -
    loll to the waist at the back flowers, worn by members of th
    Small bats for cocktail time audience, which iruaranteed thi
    .cere often m blacx satm or no-one sitting behind them roul
    velvet ti tanned With sequins, m anything
    The Latt Cose of Trent
    Was a orest pi.bUsfu>i0 enent
    And Klefihani i Work, iartdenraft (
    /s also 'hat o/ E. C Bentle;,.
    Chronological data: Ed
    drooping Clerihew Bantley. bam 1875
    Trent. 1912; Elephant'* Work. thi
    week.
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    t gallon would be more equitabl
    Ttt.\ III t is ion
    RECENT ni.in-1.
    advance in the cost of living AI
    endeavours of gOtfTBB>MH and control
    boards haw been unable to stem the ris-
    ing cost of existence. It is well known
    lhat the official index is "'i!\ .,
    guide to the true UB0CMC in the coat "'
    Jiving. Thil is due t<> the fact thai the
    cost of Uvtng index is computed on the
    basis of the cost of "essentials." The gov-
    ernmental view very limited and hence It is true that the
    cost of living index dotfl (Wi n pKSCiH the
    true extent tu which riling costs haw
    affected the pockets uf the average I ktisen.
    It ib therefore not surprising that the
    people of Barbados shim Id N ltd I
    anxiety the income lax i atcs that
    finally ttxed. It has been the tendency in
    recent years to adopt a policy of soaking
    the rich. In carrying out this policy trw
    mainly responsible for shouldering the
    burden of ., lifi I the BJOV-
    ernmental expense of this island to an
    unfair advantage. The lime has come when
    politicians should have realised that the
    attempt to tax out <>1 BTfcrtaW QM parti-
    cular economic i>roup is not conducive to
    the economic well-boinn of the island.
    It is time that the exemptions which
    granted should be subject to review. $750.00
    ia tha allowance given to a single man. and
    $1,200 to a married man. Each child irre-
    spective of its age is entitled to an allow-
    ance of $240.00 It is improbable that any
    middle class married couple could live on
    an income of $1,200.00 per year, and it if.
    cerlam that the cost of supporting a child
    at Harrison College or Lodge School lai
    exosads the $240.00 allowance which is
    given on their account. H would seem much
    fairer that parents should be allowed to
    deduct the cost of education from their
    income tax returns. This si|>uld be taken
    up to the fees for a University education
    with a reasonable allowance made for the
    cost of living in England, Canada or what-
    ever country the child is studying in.
    Parents should be encouraged I
    their children n University education.
    Such an education is of benefit not only
    to the child but to the island. It may be
    argued that the cost of running the govern-
    ment will not allow any further allowances
    being given. But has an Investigation been
    carried out which shows thut all those who
    ought to be paying income tax arc doing
    so?
    It is probable that there are some groups
    of workers who do not pay income tax who
    ought to do so. One way of overcoming the
    difficulties in the way ol checking <>u Cl
    employees is by the institution of the
    system of "Pay as you earn''. This system
    is in use in England and by its operation
    many who would have evaded income tax
    are now caught. In Barbados those who pay
    income tax comprise too small a proportion
    of the population and while It is argued
    that this is due to the mal-distribulion of
    wealth in the community, it is probable
    that it is no less due to the fact that because
    of the labour situation many whose incomes
    qualify them to pay income tax escape
    doing so because they are not readily
    assessable. "Pay as you earn" would serve
    to ensure that such persons would have
    to bear their share of the income tax bur-
    den.
    In this island, too, the sam- persons or
    firms are expected to subscribe to -v. .
    charity that is making a collection. Persona
    or firms which can prove that they have
    subwribed to charities should be allowed to
    deduct such subscriptions from their
    returns. Persons like the Governor and
    the Chief Justice must give away such a
    large part of their Incomes as would sur-
    prise most person*. Most linns are regular
    subscribers to the Speech Days and sports
    Days of Harrison College, Lxxlge and
    Queen's Collet'"- It is only right that they
    should not have to pa) Ini M tSJ on such
    parts ol then income as by custom or then
    own generosity they give to deserving
    charities.
    Taxation in Barbados, particularly In Ms
    direct forms, needs careful Investigation
    and ievision. The points mentioned eta
    should be borne m mind and the burden Ol
    Sri-ion* Shortage-

    .hi eVBffgrOWlng .lemand for pet-
    pi oieealonal and t<
    In Barbados the supply falls
    11 demand in three particular
    fleldi The lack of doctors at the
    U WS en unsupportable burden on tha*
    Institution and the absence of a trained
    number of nurses makes the situation c i i'i-
    cal In the teaching profession the shortage
    oi properly qualified masters is placing the
    rial programme of the island in
    jeopardy and the absence of trained admin-
    . offloSffS is gravely delaying gov-
    ernment work of the greatest importance.
    The problem resulting from the difficulty
    of obtaining the services of specialists is
    not, however, peculiar to Barbados. The
    KM '.hat all members of the
    Colonial Empire face in varying degrees.
    It i- due to arrears of war-time recruit-
    meat, normal replacements on retirement.
    tlOH and expiration of short-tern.
    Contracts and to the extension of many
    services and to the fact that many people
    availing themselves of medical and
    sdueational facilities who did not do so
    previously.
    The matter ts one which is occupying
    the attention of the Colonial Ollue and
    taps era being taken to ensure that the
    supply ut trained officers will be available
    for the lequiremems of the Colonial tern
    lories An editorial in the Crown Colonist
    Of this month draws attention to the seri-
    ous nature of the problem. "The shortages
    an- now getting serious", the article states,
    "there arc some 1,200 technical and admin-
    bjtratlve posts available on the Colonial
    lists, and many of these jobs which need to
    be nUeel urgently have been vacant for over
    a year .... It is surely a reproach to the
    trained ynung manhood of the United
    Kingdom, and for that matter of the Com-
    ruunwi alth, that these shortages should
    . ., S. i vice which offers such wide
    and indeed unique opportunities for re-
    tponslbUlty and initiative and a worth-
    while career of great public and interna-
    tional service".
    In Barbados the time has come when the
    net should be thrown wider for applicants.
    Canadian and even American doctors
    should be encouraged to come to Barbados
    to work. With the recent increases in salary
    which have been given the Barbadian ser-
    vice Ll not unattractive, although it con-
    tinues Hue that the island will not retain
    the services of overseas personnel after the
    expiration Of their contractual lime until
    leave passages are given.
    In the Administrative field the govern-
    ment should adopt a bold policy It is not
    necessary to wait until all the West Indian
    islands have adopted the Holmes' Report
    Barbados can give the lead by carrying
    into effect now certain of the recommend-
    ations contained in that Report. Every year
    bovs and girls leave school who have great
    ability and who are only prevented from
    furthering their studies because of econo-
    mic reasons. The jobs open to such persons
    k1 n i tea 111 in many cases do not utilise
    to the full the capabilities of such persons.
    The Government of Barbados should lose
    no time in setting up a training centre at
    ^Wr-^bs,-
    ,*.
    'MoRe cut.$;,comin& ?'
    I'll I ! Mil
    nut nil-:
    snism
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    GALVANISE GUTTERING Is ->I N X
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    WILKINSON & H.WNKS Cl). LTII.
    Successor* tu
    Silling On The Fence
    II* Villinii. I l.uliliins
    Among ihe mati> problem
    pn seiilnt by tendem tu busy
    editors last week was: "Dur-
    ing my holidays I urn going lo
    look over one <>f the mansions
    opened m visitors for 2s- fld.
    The liuchrsB sells refreshrnents
    hi the garden. Should 1 Up
    hei or not?"
    "PRRS tuppence for yourself," A nice cup of
    1 iat how a soldier
    l-id n housewife's made."
    laffl, nghi (p*ck-*m-P>,
    Right le/i, right.
    Tillers boiling over.
    Oven all alight,
    Mites* fall owl.
    Ten trimulrs' break,
    cup of
    i youi
    'said the visitor, after u
    tea and bun
    -Oh. realtor said the duehess.
    "Go on Take it. Swalkr
    pride."
    "/'in mil proud. iVol really."
    wild the duchess.
    "Tupiwnco ere and tuppence-
    than II all mount* up. don't it?"
    "Of course." said the duchess
    "/ only wanted Io sag ..."
    You don't avc to thank me.
    You done very mrel>. Evcrylhink
    nice and clean, and service with
    ,i unite "
    "Thank you, Bui all the
    "I know ow you feel. You've
    ad youi* butlers and your footmen.
    and now you ave to take tips from
    I know all about
    it"
    "Do you?" said the duchess.
    "And don't go and make a beast
    i-f yourseir." aid Hal visitor,
    walking away.
    BesBWwivee' Cboftee
    In New York they have
    been measuring the number of
    HUM .i housewife walk* In a
    week. With labour-saving,
    Kd Mrs Sehwimmer
    walked 15 OB miles; wKhoUt
    gadgets Mrs Magel rslkea
    18.75 mile*.
    ot.'ND rhe kttchffi laeto.
    Up and det0S the ttairi.
    Marjing round the bedroom.
    Dusting round the chairs.
    fn and out the larder.
    Hare a cup 1 ca.
    Tramp. i'aij), tramping
    All the daythat's me.
    Talk about your hlken
    And your mountaineers.
    .Soldiers on a route march
    Get a lot of rfcem
    .Vnrhlno for UM hotisetclfe.
    makes a fuss.
    Tramp. Iramp. trampinp
    All the day -that'i us.
    Ought to hap* a sergvanf
    Standing at the sink.
    Pick-em-up. houseirlfr.
    Seven days' clink.
    Srven days' detenrtoii.
    Idle on parade.
    Hut lit "Please to u-alfc i" front,
    .or u-hen the guns begin to
    firr.
    When the guns begin to fire. [
    boys, the guns begin to /ire,
    Mr. Basket. u>e!k In front, sir,"
    when the guns begin fo fire.
    Little Sadie
    After the wife of an Okla-
    homa farmer had been award-
    ed a sold medal for having 37
    children, a family re-count
    reveale;! thai her total output
    T-HINK back. Mom. Don'l you
    remember UttlS Sa Unie .Sadie:- Did I hare a little
    girl called Sadie?
    Sure you did. Mom. She had
    blue eyes and golden hair
    Twenty-lhree of you had blue
    ,'WM and golden hair. That don'l
    help any.
    But little Sadie had measles.
    i others.
    K
    A ud a piece of cake.
    Tommy Basket
    People** attitude towards
    illegitimate children has
    .hanged Because of that feel-
    ing of war in the air. They
    . tha ahttdieB are needed to
    light" National Fuany Mwn-
    in< Newspaper
    tA/ier Kipunns "Tommy
    Alkins.'J
    THKY call me Tommy Basket
    cos I avnl got a name.
    I don't know who me Ma was,
    thoush 1 know il was a shame.
    In Ciwv Street they sneered at
    me, and publicans would grouse, Mom.
    But now I'm dressed in uniform So did nine'ee
    ti's "Ave one on the ouse." hare croup, too?
    ft was 'Tommy this and Tom- She sure did, Mom.
    my thai and Tommy, who's So did the whole dur
    your dad?" you. And you all had i
    Bur It's "Blest you. Mr. Basket, cough, chicken pox and "lumps.
    .or," when rhinos are lookln' So what?
    bad. Well. Mom. little Sadie . .
    When things ore loolein'bad. my little Sadie wasn't exactly strewey.
    boys, u-hen things are lookin' Mom. but she was kinda queer,
    bad. Why. ul durn it. you're all
    h's "Bless you. Mr. Basket, sir," kinda gueer. How queer was this
    when iriu.g* are lookln' bad. Iiere Sadie?
    .% ..ut no one's blessins and You remember when all the
    I don't want no ohe's drinks; cnickens died, Mom, and you
    A soldier ain't BO cadger and found liquid cement in the corn
    civilian wallop stinks; mash?
    I niaj' be illegitimate, but baskets Yeoh. / remember.
    ave their pride; That WSJ little Sadie, Mom.
    They'll only buy me wallop when So Ihot was little Sadie, huh?
    the trooper's on the Ude. And you remember. Mom, one
    Ii was "Tommy this and Tom- Independence night, there was
    'ny boy, your mum was not a fireworks under your bed und you
    (>nde caught alight?
    Bur It's "Beer for Mr. Basket" That was little Sadie, loo?
    when the trooper's on rhe tide, Yeah, that was little Sadie.
    When the trooper's on the tide. The dear little girl. Whafs hap-
    my boys, ihe trooper's on ihe pened to her now?
    'ide. Perhaps you've forgotten It,
    It's "Beer for Mr. Basket" when Mom. but Poppa once bought some
    ihe trooper's on the tide. dynamite to blast some rocks
    I never ad much social life. And little Sadie was awful fond
    though girls would give the eye. of matches, Mom. And she
    Bui when they eard about my thought a bonfire of dynamite a
    shame they'd look the other swell idea and she kinda
    wye; blowed up, Mom.
    They'd smoke my fags and drink Oh. poor little Sadie. Why did
    my drinks, but after that I'd you have to tell me such an awful
    tlnd filing, you cruel, wicked boy?
    That when it come to walking out. Don't cry. Mom.
    t'was "Tommy fall be'ind." I shall cry. I'm entitled to cry.
    I: was "Tommy this and Tom- Hapcn't / lost my dear little Sadie
    rny thai, and who's your dad. and nobody told me a thing about
    you liar?" iff LjtJ...............
    3
    YEAR OLD
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    FINE RUM
    BY THE WAY
    By BEACHCOMBOt
    young and attractive for he
    ". *-..M liutles, which Include keeping lb
    hlch pt-rsuns who show promise couia infltron8 of thc various house* t
    dergo training and who would thus not order.
    to start at the very bottom ol the
    Smart-Alh.k replies, "We Ilk"
    them young. It Is easier to get
    hem used to the traditions of oor
    great school." Applicants for Lho
    neat Include one proposed by the
    hi .uiiii;ixtn hln i-lf Mile K...r -
    ette Portevoix. late of the HiebU
    Mcrts*. in the Rue Rogomme. Tru-
    governors wish to know whit
    nualincatlons for1 head matron a
    old Parisian
    possibly have.
    Or. Smart-Allick Is trying to think
    it the right answer
    Of. Rhubarb: Article III
    ,UA
    have
    administrative ladder.
    In the meantime those posts which can
    he Tilled should be filled without further
    delay. At present there are still a large
    number of P^s vacant which could be
    filled bv persons presently available. The twenty-scvers-yearold Pj
    long term difllculty will remain. It is im- I
    probable that requirements will be re-
    duced in the years to comerather the
    reverse. It is essential that steps be taken
    to ensure that trained personnel be avail-
    able ;(s without it the schemes for a pro-
    ncaive advance of the peoples of the area
    will be shipwrecked.
    As for the wider point raised by the
    (row ii Colonist is the Colonial Office doing
    all it can 10 attract candidates from ihe
    Colonies themselves? Would end of school
    talks at Lodge and Harrison College by
    representative* of the Colonial Office not
    ,'H.h- some of the intelligent products of
    the school into offering themselves as con-
    tributions towards reducing the shortage
    now m anxiiwsly proclaimed?
    the iiuostion of a Ncoutismc of Pierre Tombale.' announced that the newest atom
    head mation lor Nark- To this Ihe Abrmcadabrtsts bomb, stocked In small sizes,, is
    iivcr has arisen -:ed answer: "You are cunruMng. juat as powerful an agent of
    last term having run off with an Being with Existence, and there- destruction as the bigger sizes.
    was courteous
    and kindly, as thouah to say,
    "Pray do not Imagine that just
    In Pa*Mtng because this bomb Is small, It U
    ANXIOUS to reassure tho less deadly than the big ones.
    public that Lhey are getting Be reassured. We can be trusted
    their money's worth, scientist* not lo let clvllSMUon down".
    Law of Non-Being."
    debate wears on.
    Confusing,
    and the re-
    ig Jopluk's
    Thus the
    Britain's Liner Plan
    For Winter
    N THE middle of the busiest I N HUMBURG, the Britigi
    X Atlantic season for
    \x being planned
    For the 3'..000 ton Car*
    1 in"lied by Princess Elizabeth
    MUMBOJUMBO i
    thing which
    will visit Honolulu dn
    fleets every- UM?. n winter round-the-world th>
    not as it schedule Is being worked out.
    that nobody is, because nobo- y none.
    thinks he is. but only thinks thai Th(.n lh)1 Caronla W,U g^ poutf,
    li l M*W ZsalSBKl un.1 Australia
    .', tiuadalcanal, scene of desper-
    ate lighting in the Pacifies, war.
    id the island of Ball, are in the
    programme.
    Army have built a ship i
    20-ton concrete keel.
    The "sea" around the ship is
    e barrack square Jn the land
    born vessel, soldiers are taught
    k of stevedores.
    The 10-ft. high funnel of UV
    II ship was made out of oi
    the obj.
    Abracadabrists. wh
    vou think Milt MJI
    you are thlnkln."
    Mumbojumbo. "you
    think' with
    ..anes from the
    imagination from lit
    S'lind. You can Imagu
    hiking, lust as you
    without imagining. If
    then nothing; I
    ot
    rvpl\
    rv Kin
    "No."
    LIVERPOOL pilous have
    Dtese I -e lect r I c
    Utted
    echo

    \TMel
    ith the latest radar and
    unding apparatus.
    It has been built for them by
    Passengers the Dartmouth firm that built
    schooner in 1892.
    the George Holt.
    buss, is still on the active list In the
    For one of our largest motor South Atlantic.
    can think vessels, the Britannic, a 10,000- The new vessel, the Sir Thoma*
    ibody is. mi'e Mediterranean voyage from I'.rockle-bairk. can take 30 pilots
    t^6^1B'r0ThouJ,ht ,vlil "' Iruught back to frgUnd their rirst &
    SttJfSR Kv-.v r S,np. Bombed The ,ch
    hich Is th- pun K* York is being arranged
    and 18 apprenUces to see.L.E.S
    Oil: WhillierV
    Ifv Hut(illariii%
    this in spue of the fact that u tempt. Lst 1h.-in not
    bas been announced that the gov- sorry and embarrassim:
    S nm.t has granted a licence to in which ihev ^IfftS^e? ie
    nn American Company to prospect premature proobim;ition of I
    an nssiawv *> *^C ^.i^ Peiroleum Acturesuniably "ii
    conducted in
    comer manne
    No one kn<
    licence has been
    l a hole ami the officers of a governseui M '
    enough. So Important is this m
    >ven though i ter that the Governor should msti-
    granted who *ut*" a" enquiry into the man
    Few pieces of legislation
    ted the bltta controvei
    centred ground the Peti >h u
    That Act ranged Barbados ,
    side those countries which
    : oss v. ii.. engine* red It Th*
    irhieb Act was pasw-d in 19-IU ..ml MJ
    l \. > proolsimsd on 26th April. 1950
    long- The Act BUdS provision tor the
    wer appointment of an Ancillary
    prepared to ignore the atcumu- Rights Conunlssh
    {ted wisdom of the ages. Bar- making ut regulatU
    for
    whlcn
    now ...e hi which applications were sough-
    for pctroUum omt eerSSSB P" ;i(vi, Ilci|Unni ww made> All lh: and made and licence, grant.
    f,h<'18 Ttat unfortunate ,lvu, plac d t5 pubUc have l*en hvaured f" nT^^^" , The Petroleum Act IBM) pro- the ^Av ,.r BSTtasdos h. the with has been conflicting com- "< W h^n *'" ,h <"'
    vides that all regulations mad- p^m,,,, ,h;it lhe 8as suppiy w. jnunlques from the govenimen: *^"J> n"^ rJanJT l''J""'''
    under that Act shall be IsM m lmmtnt.n, danger of being it and the spokesman of the Brills'. 1 e,J*?0'' * *h* ^'nul
    before the Legislature after they off The Act wos proclain, .1 Union Oil Company. uT5 ^ r ,, w2t iZ '
    have been made The people of w"mout any of the nec-ss. .v k W Wo^ nlornifd to
    Barbadua are lelt wondering , nuvi|;K ,, \ Thm are however some Impor- ^Bround r ,he rtcal wnlcn "
    wheuter the government are trv- nin that (l wou|,i occsston diS- tant questions that the people BrS >*" maae.
    _ ing to sidestep the legislature by .upUon o( an Important imi lie entitled to know. E>oes Uie govern- .,, Wn .. _, .___,
    bsdos by this sorry experiment among other things would pro- cmbodyln|I m the Uotoos grant-t ul^llv. H mcnl mtend to make regulations tlI*f,onw ?noulf no.' ft1 ESt
    was committed to dangerous pro- vide for the manner in which ap- y^ maUe contemplated by If none have vet been made? Or *>"* Not only should land-
    cess of tampering with private plications for licences to prospect ^ li^^,. forming the The exact terms or the licence bi a their Intention to bv pass the own* know where they st
    rights. The representatives of the for oil In Barbados would lx-nt nUblcct for regulations. granled to Gulf c, 1 . l.vgislature and keep the question .buI the Aiuencan Company shou.ci
    people saw fit 10 vesl I granted. Up to the present no main shrouded In secrecy ai d of oil outside the pun-lew of the * assured before they start oper-
    BTttor-in-E)SPri)4iiv.- i announcement has been made The government must have landowners in Barbados remala legislature? ?,'on" *"** the authority whu''
    (he mineral rights In lai I thai lhe Ancillary Rights Com- bean advised by their legal ad- In uncertainty as ;<> the has r^een given to them is bi con-
    The events of the mission has been appointed nnr vlsers that they could get away of the licence upon : Oil Is promised as the saviour ;ormll>' with the Act under wni<-.
    months have fully bofli hjve regulations been mads pro- with such an attempt to thwart There is great talk ol denwn.ey of Barbados. Are not the people* purported to be given and thj;
    predictions of those w. vldlng for the msnnei In which the Legislature but the ovarn- m the Isuind entitled to know how the saviour they are protected by the law for
    that such an art of sxprot 1 appllcatloi f^r Ucenci lo pros, moot ohuulri consider rarefullv has |l is to operate? A spate of ej'y 'n* ooerations which they propose
    would rebound on the haadi |.ect for oil would be granted. And the implications of such an at- vitally affects the public l.vn rumours bringing Into disrepute to undertake.
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    SCNDAY, JUNE
    SVN'DW ADVOCAT,
    PAGE OTNK
    95 Register
    For Course
    Of Lectures
    His Been ii m .

    a '-The Nature and
    Sic os of I'ublie Administration'1
    by Mr. Erie G James, M.A., at
    the V.M.C.A. on Tuesday. June
    27 at 8 15 p.m. Ninety-five reg-
    Utiatlons have already been re
    reived for this
    AREL1GIOI S SERVICE will
    bo held at (ha Y MCA at
    4.45 o'clock this evening Th?
    speaker will be Mr C Hi*
    Springer AM >oung men arc
    specially baVtM
    FIVE LECTI'RES and MM Film
    Show will be held at the
    Y.M.C.A, during' the month of
    July These lectures will be es-
    psdalh for members of the Bar-
    bados Clerks' Union as well as all
    other cleikx employed fag Ctt)
    flrm The first lecture will t*
    Whi clerk* sheuid be in 4
    I nlotv" rod kiv.'m b) Mr .! S B
    Dear. Rarrlster-at-Law, on July
    Mr. Au'irey Douglas-Smith,
    Resident Tutor of the U
    College of the West Indies, will
    give the next lecture on "The
    Weal Indies Through EnflUli
    Eyes." on July 10.
    On Ju)> IT Mr J W II Chen-
    ery will give a lecture on "The
    Value of Trade colon* in a Com
    nunlty" while a British Council
    Film Show will be held on July
    21.
    Mr. E. S Burro*e:.. Laboui
    Commissioner, will give a talk on
    "Coal ml Using Indices and other
    Labour Statistic*'' on Julv 24. The
    final lecture for the month will be
    given on July 31 by Mr D. Luc-
    Smith on "The Employers Point
    f View."
    THE Y M C As ACTIVITIES
    for Monday will be Lawn
    Tennis and a Gym Class at 4.00
    p.m. Meeting of the Seoul Patrol
    Leaders and Seconds at 5.00, Ta-
    ble Tennis Competition from 7 to
    9. and Basket Ball Matches in
    Division I and II from 7.30 to
    8.30 p.m.
    nrmO OF THREE bicycles
    X which collided along Indian
    Pond Road. St. Joseph yesterday
    morning, were extensively d
    PARTNERSHIP FOR THE TEST
    wm CTcpvfCif. > au\w.tmwt9tin
    aged. Lloyd _
    the riders of two of the cycle
    were injured in the face and head
    but Clayton Brathwaite. the other
    rider, escaped. His cycle was
    only slightly damaged
    A N ACCIDENT occurred at
    the corner of Swan and Lue
    cas Streets at about 12 noon on
    Friday between motor car M i**3.
    owned by Torrence Best of Brlt-
    tons Hill and driven by Lewi*
    Yearwood of Prince of Wales
    Road. Bank Hall, and a bicycle
    owned by Alwyn King nf Enter-
    prise. Christ Church, and ridden
    I damaged.
    Tax Gone;
    Rents Up
    A resident of Button's Cross
    Road. St. Michael, who has felt
    the result of the abolition of the
    occupancy tax in the form of an
    increase in the rent he pays, told
    the "Advocate" yesterday th.it
    although he naturally dues not
    like to pa> Increased rent, he pre-
    MALARIA IS BEING
    FOUGHT IN JAMAICA
    NewTelegraph gj
    Rates From
    Barbados

    THE problem of malaria in Jamaica for the most part
    i limited t<> a number of areas all around the coast line
    where then iW i Kterwivv swamps and marshes Dr. J W P.
    Harkm-ss. CJtO, O.B.E.. Medical Adviser to the Comp- ^Tleirapn'"ro.UI.',V
    roller fol Drnli pmi'nt and Welfare lold the "Advocate" Revision num. Cable and W
    Architect
    Praised By
    Housing Board
    TH1 HOUSINO BOARD praised
    Mi .'[<. liivi-Miinetit Arxhi-

    eKpialnlng probfrMU t" tin-
    Boaril," "hh intere*! in theii
    affairs" and "h.-
    tinting in giving his best opinion (
    Mr Crowe's contract with Cov* .
    ernment as Architect comes to an I
    end shortly and he uiV be re- I
    turning to the United Kingdom ,
    He served on the Housing Board j
    in an advisory capacity.
    Mr. Heckle* said he wished it
    to go on record that *...
    appreciated his ever readiness to
    help He would assure Mr Crave
    that they would miss him for Ml
    geniality in the wav la which hf
    explained everything The cOftfl-
    tVr.ce the Board always had about
    hi* decisions was of the highest
    Mr Adams supported \1i
    Heckles In his wish that their RD-
    tirecintlnn should go on record It
    ...> untotUMta mat Mr Crow
    m leaving at such a ttnw, whaft
    things were not as smooth a* thr\
    ..mid u\ but it InavtUibie thai
    KUCk would happen tn a place like
    H.iiliudin Baibadok had three
    centuries of traditional er.rirt*>ii ol
    outsiders to overcome
    The fart that he had been crltt-
    ised showed that he had been do-
    ing something and there would al-
    ways be that tendency of the
    Barbadian to consider themselves
    at experts on every subject
    He thought that WDM Mi
    i nuc looked back upon his ser-
    vices in the island he would have
    flnothing of which to be ashamed
    Il would most likely be glad of
    , gi i i .enee h| had gained Ai
    far at the Housing Board was con-
    , It was Inflolteli 'i
    have a man like III CfOWl Who
    , gave good opinions, than some-
    Just sitting down and pleasantly
    -ndling
    Mr Crowe thanked the Ho.i
    their tribute and said lie WU
    \ pleased to have served in
    Barbados.
    House* May Be Moved
    Thf Homing* Bouni dtcldtd la
    How people to remove houses
    mm the congested p.m of the
    (In pair 11
    Bo guided

    A wise inoiher lets baby decide aboui
    the milk foi bottle feeds. Lou of energy, steady
    gains, contented days, peaceful nights--the** tell her what h mosl
    wants to know baby is doing splendidly on Ostcmulk.
    Why can mother pin her Unh o
    (irmly on Ottermilk ? Rcvaiuc. where
    brass, leedini; u dirti.uli 01 imr-'-iM.-
    it is tbr perftct aubatitutc hirmothn'*
    milk. Ostenuilk Ii linen vark 0ow*i
    milk, dried timkr the most hygienic
    condldtoi. The protein, arcst l-vh -
    buudaa, U made easily dlgettihle
    by Oat foliar drying pr^* And
    impoiiam isldiiioni ire made: Iron
    toennchthe Nnod lugar to mmlitv
    ih^- hod |..r nnv Jm.Mi.ir.* Vaamio
    |> < help build itrong bone* and
    teeth. iHicrmilk it made by OUso
    Laboraioriei lid., who, alruc iyo8.
    Ut\r Ken aaBgfMn >n ihe develop-
    meni of the best possible loodi foe
    haWas.
    Steorfy
    progt
    tmih
    50STERMILK
    It right
    for your free copy o( illustrated Baby Book-Phone 4675
    AS an outcome of the Interna-
    tional Telecommunications Con-
    vention (Atlantic City 1S47) and
    Parti
    ire-
    Sharp Reduction
    pancy Tax In one lump sum
    lie said, however, that he ....
    fearful for the future with prices vain.,
    of everything rising the way they *
    kre at present. Even when one's
    iidary wj- men .. il
    in proportion to the increase in
    the cost of living, and in any
    event, a rise In salary to-day was
    usually followed by a rise in tin*
    price of food, and clothes and
    shelter to-morrow.
    A resident
    He said that good deal ol
    already been
    i .
    U OraMfUJ results have been ob-
    tained in controlling the dlseaae.
    various problems.
    Ill Addition
    In addition to that, I
    Darkness said that an cxpenen,
    ectontologM. i>r Muirhe
    Thompson, has been
    Or, bkM ha, ,u,l turned "" 2j S^SL^TSiSS.
    Brltton-- Hill
    the cycle
    wheel
    \*uinr t\ m i., r..,.~r i other womanwas fairly angry as
    *\OTOR i ar M lo owned ^ 8howetl tn,, Advocate the con-
    . k e.0n wy- 9-?,mPn dlUon of her house, tho rent of
    BtniUhn nf Straughr, i Vdl.gr. which wai wentl7put up.
    St Joseph was Involved in an "imagine anyone being ^sked to
    cWcnt at the corner of Jem- p., mo for placo llke this," she
    - Rock ,3d. She could not do any better,
    however, she explained, because
    from Jamaica after i
    with Mr ( Il Symea. OJ.E.,
    Officer m charga Of the Insecli-
    eideReacaiTh Conunittee. England.
    Dr Miiirhi'itd Tliompson and the
    ,f Culloden Ho.d ,.,.., .. M||(al s,.^,^ on
    5f 1I W i-iatier* rclatbii to the future V":
    yet gone upnot that sho was planning ..( manirto control
    hoping that U would. She waa H,- said lha* th- mami
    convinced that the house she oc- diffPr.-d so much in char*
    cuples Is not even worth what sho BpvM| m.th. :. hi t to be arorkod
    ii paying to-day. out for each arat.
    A Dayrcll's Road residenton-
    In view Ot Ihe prulili
    mfiimteri the oountrv. Ihev
    givni a gront of 38,00(1 I
    vices and la making a long DTK
    InvwurpiUon into the habits
    the various anophemo im V|iil'
    in Jamaica.
    Jamaica has very nt*il
    marshes which breed moauv
    OTTAWA JUfM .'i
    Rutes on cablegi.nn> lailn
    graim transmitted from Canad.'i
    10 other parls ot the WOTrM Will
    bi' "sharplv reduoed from Julv I
    the Transport I^pa-lment an-
    nounced to-day
    All other cniintric* were )oin-
    Canada in rod* Il
    barges as a result of ilacfcllorl
    rH'oT 'tbT^mm ordinary !** '"' * lnKr-.alim.al Tele
    full rale. Minimum charge urapli Confeiviue in
    leas (W.I.) Ltd., in con|uncl
    with other Telegraph Administra-
    tions announce that reduction and
    unification of Rates proposals will
    come into effect on 1st July. 1950
    ( The main decisions are as fol-
    l lows:
    Unification of Hate- tor Or
    dlnary Telegram in plain '_".*
    language. Code or Cypher at
    ill be
    egram.
    for 5 words per
    . The
    aid
    i ,i:
    irolillcly. and there Is a god Km: Ordinary Rate
    if endemic Qialarla in
    areas of the country In addition
    to other areas which are subject
    to epidemic outbreak*
    At rirsi, the CSovoitunoni ot
    .';.mulca tort*] off with j
    trol areas, but with ihe help of the
    kranl from Colonial Development V "
    ..j m.,w...,. !....- u...._ i....... .1.1. Hainan
    1942 from Cdonfcq IVvelopment -:id E' lhf/ h"vr ^ aide
    ..... ... '. Ill _1llh, lKll, I,. >M.1^1,r til >l I :
    oils I^ne and Collymon
    Friday evening.
    d Welfare fun.
    100.000 for rapltal
    ^e^ a.'ide Ii
    additloi
    rks was
    lo extend them to nearly 3d li-caji-
    here dralna*".
    >chi plan with 02,000 (or re-
    provisional ten and other niethoda of controlling V.11
    rfcinnn or n-_ mosquito breeding in thosi* marsh u -,*:.'?.
    RedurllMu.
    Il: Kadi (iuiana
    (Oeaxgartowo)
    Trinidad (Port of
    Spain)
    C.ienada, St. ViiKi-nt.
    St Lucia
    Antigua. St Kitts
    t llritain and
    Northern Ireland
    Canada (V Imp.)
    Department |
    VarioiK rtduetloni
    would gfjpli "|i *>11 >"'-''
    i mi. oiM'iiiti'il i> the <';>' fh-i
    Overseas TWacont
    i OTporatiOfl nn Anglo-American cable. Rrulei
    ^^
    SPECIAL LINES
    a ,l
    Involved n molor car h'i^, "I too 1'." ,0 '** cur"'"' '*>*""<
    . . "' ** ami If fKa *vini>au4 ,! I ,111ailaa
    M:^;i^n;yavd;s;,h"r sL**is>x&Ss:
    Earbarees Hill Both cars
    damaged
    A T ABOUT 5.50 p.m. on Friday
    * an accident occurred on
    Light foots Lane between motor
    car M-1817 owned by A R
    Broome of Villa Road. Brit-
    tons Hill, and a bicycle owned
    by Samuel Maloney of Light-
    foots Lane. The cycle was dam-
    aged.
    would move In next day and even
    pay more than she was paying Just
    to get somewhere to live. ,
    Housing Schemes Wanted
    She said she hoped the Govern-
    ment would soon develop their ...
    housing schemes like the one at b^tHm of Col
    the Pine, so as to help the poorer ;|IU| WH(.ir.\
    A Scheme

    ] del (iovernment for the
    expciulitun.' "f Hi"' munu- pro
    vlried in the Uui year plan, ant)
    prellminary t" ih.it. on th'-
    i.,l !).- ,-lop ,n!

    GRAFTON DOWSES of St
    Road. Chrlat Chun-h
    mosqi
    i.rea have been carried
    In these malaria control areu.
    the sugar planters are cooperating
    quit* ntenaJvely and w>me nf the
    nioiiey from the sugar wlfare
    fund i' being set aside al a Im
    this puriMise.
    Or HarioMOJ said that h<- saw
    very .'xrellent work at Caynianus
    F-states neai Kingston when- large
    areas of mango iwajnD have bewi
    m claimed and turned into pnnture
    !nds for cattle and litei 'I t>e
    ultable for plan'ing sugar rtrne.
    The result of this work i< that
    ma'.arla is much lest prc\ ]t
    'hi* area.
    was i
    class of people who had no houses ,,,, ltr \i, Syrnc of Die lnsectleld
    of their own. l.esearcri Comrnlttoe In England
    Told that the Increasing of rente t, ,..., ,,,: -,, nvtow I I
    was probably due to abolition of thev had alreody done with tho
    the Occupancy Tax and the sub- {32.000 and to advise them a to
    slitution of Ownership Tax, she planning of future work
    agreed that the Vestries had to
    raise their funds from some source i>r Hnrkness s.ilrt the] Hi
    lured after he fell from his blcy- but said that did not help her any Byrnes on
    o n ., j ". ng TanWn*' more as far as her budget was a ii Hadawny. were tl
    Jtall Road. St. Joseph at about concerned. , who initiated the first experiment
    720 a.m. yesterday. The bicycle. "How about all that political |n the control ..r ma | i
    which struck a guard wall on the talk concerning tho Introduction of . ial spraying of houses in British
    southern side of the road, was Rent Restriction legislation", ask- Qulana with DDT which h,-.-<
    damaged. ed another man from this district practically tllmlnatod the worst
    whose rent has also gone up.
    A s t'Sl'AL live shows will be Landlords are taking advantage of ; the coastal lands of the colony
    The Froine Estate, with their
    ' m .mil with the
    co-operation of the medical de-
    partment officer* are also carrying
    out malaria control including lh<
    raxmsina "1 i-rnployee-r houses
    with DDT It is hoped that with _
    Hie OdVlca Of Mr Symes and the T* f "S'
    I'- d.[
    l 9 d
    1 10 d ,
    In some instances the ordinary
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    The delivery of thin class
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    he de-
    Muhheari l-'V^ to 2 p I
    i the dat-
    aller West Indian .island.
    the experr I I
    Private Show on MondOv "for to wha< >ey will have'to pay as U.-mmm-'i >
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    n0usC- c.urb these people with a "get rich insecticide which ih.-y might di
    On Tuesday night a show will quick" eomplea, things would cover, they m
    be given at the 'Home- Agricul- take a serious turn, wsb his opm- th
    tural Station yard for the bxflt lon ._______
    of residents of the "Home ,.rca Th.- Inseeticide ReatOKl I
    of St. Imilip. Newcastle Plantation Uwwsrt W^iat- n.ittee is particlpnting wrth the
    yard is the rdta chosen for a show IllfiIl Ot^tlo Gm.i- ment of MauriUua In ear-
    on Wednesday. This show will be #_ i '-vma ou, '' maIarl'' "adn lUon
    for residents of the Martins Bay .. ***.**}___. programme In thai island and
    -nd Newcastle areaB of St. John.
    ,. TK-wj,,, ,,j ,.,. n"W night
    on Thursday and give a show at
    researches _. _.. _-------
    Thnmptoii. the most eeonorrrtral "bng
    and effective measures will b- t iMiinioiiwealth Social
    Telegrami (GLT).
    Will be admitted to all e<
    frann page I
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    , ^.7j-1, V.li .Mrl ? I,CDri!*: its own steam tomorrow night CotBtnltli .out to
    il ii Ii m 352. T/l The latest news reaching here .,..
    Locust Hail Plantation yard for ubout the Canodlon Constructor.
    residents of the Locust Mall and wnjrh went aground off Grenada |fj ittcer in charge
    Is that its sister ship Canadian of the Committee went out to
    Cruiser, which left Trinidad a few Jamaica and jpent a month dur-
    Iasl show lor the week will ri.vs ag0 for Montreal, is on lU ,nK which time he visited all Ui
    be private one at the Govern- way Dacg to Grenada to assist m malaria areas, reviewing the wer!
    ment Industrial Schools. St. Philip, refloating the Constructor alrrady done and studying th
    Flat Rock areas.
    The
    parts of the country. Is
    1 serious economic problem
    On page II
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    I>ial I 4328 <> Dial : 4328


    PACE TEX
    SUNDAY ADVOCATE
    SCNDAV. TONS 25. 1450
    The Only Nationalised
    Industry That Pays
    BRITISH NONSENSE
    By \llt II \ l li \lisi i
    I ,
    t* on ii; own f i
    .1 racehorc named Big Q
    i* i.-rd of the National
    ;. lingham. Dorset: a
    Heal thai nil been ramlng
    > \ maiely f 10.000 a year for
    i .i-: ij|jhi years.
    totSM, mares, .nd foaia
    beiMd :., swell
    total profits to 1.00 since
    < irw ,< department <* the
    try of Agriculture
    .!. * Xmtimm

    - Tor. M I'
    Hall Walkea
    .*. l-nc. ihUt lanN
    Vbo presctm-il thestuu
    in 1915.
    Bui -ike .Lv>i> Big Qun nd
    sraoM be just anothei
    tr.g Tax-pay-

    ui.ii oan be led
    <<-vei driven ia lo be expand
    ' .lions are being ac-
    dutj at on aiWHrlHlafl

    j.- mi i.fk Oarae* service*
    u XM iiulnewa a time, half what
    wn.-irtl) euned stad would
    ilunr foi the services of *
    stallion of Bit; Gaaae's repula
    mm

    JOjOW t" mat*-
    I Game, fui
    ive consis-
    an ichaaH not less than
    i h when auctioned

    ... His Prime
    . eleven and tf
    tad to be
    . isn't hay.
    Up 'a ..settv M-li
    ,u*i thai.
    1 urea of
    In Laughtan
    rtien the National stud's
    < a inKMUaard] to
    I'.,, c. .mi progeny hare wan
    mare than SO rare*; onW 1 per
    eaajb of all raeahone* bom ever
    win a rare.
    But Game was put to >tud duties
    after Winaihg the Two Thousand
    Guineas Ul 1943, .md at Gilllng-
    ham I fviui.ii hint monarch of
    400-ntTO domain. s
    Mr. Peter BuiieU. u.iose f 1,000-
    a-year salary is omethtng Big
    Game could sniff at. rui
    .vith a staff of 13.
    In theory, any racehorse ownn
    Is entitled to the breeding iwr-
    vi.rt of our naUonallsed hu.-
    In fact, of the hundreds ma
    apply onch year for Big Gaim.
    nominations", only 15 are lucky
    in tin- annual ballot held to
    determine which marts can bo
    High Slaadarala
    Big Game receives visit.- taw b
    n 4u marcs, but 29 (
    i specially selected am-
    Mr. Barrel) told me: 'These
    have such high qualities thai
    we do not consider would b<
    wlae to inbjei i ih. in the ha*
    ard* of the ballot."
    drawn froni Kit ballot
    also have to conform to high
    standard* of breeding laid down
    by 1( K.inmlttep.
    H* (.WIN I.I.U'IS
    Tke MimI -Hit. I.AMI/-
    Mr Bur roll replied "We
    negotiating fur tin -
    -iMUnns Best of th<~.
    .hi Italian nainad Tti i
    beat Bluik Tanguln and Arbar.
    i- altaiU has been
    - it I stand
    at the- National Stud now being
    npirai at Wei Glinati
    IT-., o'nir -wo stall
    probatly tc bough: Pal
    hi
    KUlneaa.
    rhe <; at
    largely dedicated tu ot \ t.
    also 25 biooii mi
    a loal said ' I liead 01
    Sun I i...
    at the stud
    Thousand fiiilntai. Oaka, ami St.
    Legcv STir- is the moil i
    0l UM n, .
    Kin*'*. ..lours
    at 1
    sired by Big. G.inu-. some by oui-
    .- ell
    UM ..1.11..
    I avfl com*
    i ..' N iraaoal Stud, la
    . ] roncernjad with proiit-
    making.
    b n laid that u
    panl on addi-
    ...:! ,, ti
    critic* of the National Stud, ahoulo
    ba avail..! I to i lesiv ' ownai
    at fee* below 250 guineas
    Ktoraai bred at Ihi* v I
    luad race under the King's
    .din,.!-, purple, sold braid.
    acarlei sleevea, Mack vatval "p
    Witt \.dd Iriuse,
    ! ......
    K.
    ing assd rainai ttem l'he sting
    takes nsn-ltiiKi" ol .hit pTVJ i
    money tiny ma> win. The n--
    moinder got to (ha Tri
    ( .' '.: .in- r.t.n.. i ..- II,.' in I
    lo keep down
    length and
    by racehorses.
    it ha!< baan worfcad out that
    alfh| bullocks will malntahi la
    good ordi t i iuin A
    bv ona horse.
    I>nddrx-ks arc also CIM
    day io k..-; .
    Ia;k railing for the use '
    ;md cait
    The citllf i.iiiti.
    beef ,i waak lo M natt d lardei
    SlMllllilli; |.il{|||S
    Living quarters .it thai aqillna
    iM.i.imiy home are in kieping
    with Its rare status a. the on'.
    nationalised undcrUkiug t h i
    pays.
    Foaling boxes in brick buUdlri
    built tit a cost of il
    'pound-* .ire equ'iI) __
    aceni
    mares llnrl toothti
    a subdued night light
    As the time aarauiu, mkmt
    a aaare is about to r"--rnt the
    nation with a frml. thre- alien
    da.*- PTC ... Ihe rtjWe* with
    attendants' BhUn| uj
    funiashcd with

    A lelepli'iiv tandl on a table
    for use If coma
    duilng Mi. i .,i.. 11,. ii .
    bedroom fur atU-nckmb. nut on
    duty. Another room gtl
    oi.g box is annlpaiail ;
    way ii aastaadii
    It costs .in average of i:20.(HMi
    a year to maintain the .-lud
    Profits wer rare and losses
    high in .is of the
    -i.T national!'
    tlu- picture wag tr:in*forined when
    MyrobaUa, riaughtar of tha famed
    Tetralenui. BBtag btfta at the stud
    to a coll siri.'l hy tl bj |.|. -
    crown winner Bahram That colt
    was Bin (
    S'i nt i
    .ii the Wl
    larprise to atirdatri ' Kgji-
    nitwn otfictai, who vni.i "jfa
    leave everything to the men at
    the stud
    II. cl for S(i. .1
    The Answer to the French chal-
    lenge may one dav b- found at
    lha KataDDal Stud,
    Mr Burrell s;dd "It will b'
    slow. This country has for 350
    yaara -oncntratad on hraaifirn
    for 350 yaajg eonciifrated on
    breruiii* for speed until the po n*
    v. ;is nueh.'d when staying power
    h.id to be sacrificed over di?-
    aodln| one md n quar-
    ter miles.
    'Out of 7.000 foals born In Brl-
    l.'iin ever\ vaat not r
    400 are bre.1 to tti] mon than
    Ihat distance.
    "The revemc hm been the rase
    In France. There, out of 7.000
    m 8.500 have been bred
    to may more than one and a half
    miles."
    I,ES
    I laaM i" Tfcej,


    his sense of
    naa a member of a
    making a subtlv
    but pnases my
    iiruriatad rsdarattasttsaT*. Tht
    ^ raaratiug tta > e.
    H there are indeed those who
    'irk of Bntah humortst5
    'iculr to follow, and Ciri-.i
    rsau today, as it ami
    i irlrki md ophis-
    The Atom,i AflU
    .
    .y|xct to And straightforward
    Uta ii G
    Mr Polly, tii.- old sailors
    Bf W J..cob, or the aimless.
    IBahow ende nmg
    .instocrats of P. O. fToilaliiajaa.
    . OUt nf ni era
    huh hai pa i '. and to-day the
    i
    . -off in the
    miorist'H ability i heer
    tata) hla fallaa
    rod tliai Punch, with a
    ver half a million joke*
    linwlngs alone, la a hale and
    Maria tantatsarsan, argue* that
    British burnOUl
    part of literature and life
    I have often been asked by
    .ibroad, to classify mixi-
    ern British humo.o II :s an in-
    rewarding lask Such labels as
    -The Humour of Situation"../"Ver-
    bal Wit", "Wartime Humour" and
    so on, are easily invented, but few
    humorists are content to remain
    within their categories. 1(.
    instance, could one class II
    lad man as Su Alan
    i-
    national
    BrtTrl The exne*'
    knewlcdge of legal truiinh s.r
    .\Iaii, known pogulailv us A P H
    -npe*ed the anomalies of her
    A ajtrnbaa, ol
    I'..rikimenl. It iihlitwd Ulvcr.e
    l Belting nlfkf. but ol-
    wayi Witt food humou;
    the war has taraat was Ni tid >( in bom war and pea >
    Sir Alan is aL-o able to v. Il
    peia* which are as popOiai
    ihe extruvafanras hnporte.| fi
    HakJ n *.I'M ti."
    heir of W S Oflbatt
    nyron, or Fleldmg" It N > *o
    ble to sav The Hn- rl '
    , his Ibtdtfll pe-iple
    ihe inw iTiiin* hag i
    their satfrc
    br, tier-rlv rwayi *< ak
    by Ihe reader I kaBI
    trltW
    nevrr er-
    own ci
    It is one id the puraduxas of
    modern hie that Wtt mcl humooi
    nourish in ..-..i..... fen HaN
    men and .-i.men m u
    the same utlonal txajarl
    thaf .o,>preclate the urrn jokes.
    I ., . teen pears g lug ubtiot <.
    cat-lovuig wrltei ...in ;i a mim "i
    MM bus bam (leligiitiug
    aaali I of a Sunday m
    viih h.s wii and satire. During
    the war, Gubblns made no concei-
    SlOU IM a.i- Hie piophet of di -
    ,-.ii r ind .i atoi kiorii. !'
    Uttla undM world "i rh i
    . i law It mi -
    nd man in n
    lebelllous and disloyal pla.e. tut
    Li..; [Md all '. i
    and felt all the better lor t T -
    nt, r like Nat Gubbms llM
    other maieiin). but I am sure be
    lints, mi humorists are Dndlti|
    rri \ wliere. tliat when it r I .
    : rfurneur versus the f|>dro|. n
    . role oi the jester is i o
    fun* -rnsi of relief tor ataUaaaa lo British Bruadvanting
    programmes, not only
    but on the continent
    I ..n.gh, wntei ol the
    B.B.t 's most famous serious.
    M It s That Man Again").
    ha> ooscribad how at osw lime the
    Roya. Family were regular listen-
    ers io The programme, and how.
    even in occupied countries, people
    would listen in secret to the ab-
    aw lltiea id the late Tommy Hand-
    ley, uarodykea everything ffaaa ih.'
    wart.me Ministries' to the drinking
    h:ii.,i | riorarf ralaai
    A sense ol humour is aomethiuu
    which everyone In the Unite, i
    Kingdom claims as his birthright
    He will not claim cooraae or in-
    telUgence, nor will he claim to Dfl
    amusing in himself-only the
    amli-. tu see the funny sta> of
    thinu True, there are many ex
    eapUonj to this rule, and the
    Englishman tpartlcuiarry when
    embarrassed or on his dignity i
    can be as unfunnv as anyone Bui
    later on, he will quite likely be
    , Ding the joke against
    himself. For twenty years now,
    one of the moat popular items in
    the weekly Mew Staseamo.i and
    Noiton bas been the column "This
    England" which prints raaMMl
    example* of unconacious humour,
    such as the case of the newspaper
    which carried the headline: "Great
    Storm In English ChannelCon-
    tinent Isolated"
    The British liking tor parody Is
    natehad by 'he British genius for
    aOMporingj it In 1933, Punch be-
    gan to print u series of articles on
    l ol 'h.' t'nited King,
    dom in which two schoolmasters
    set down all the worst cliches of
    the history text-book as they
    might be recalled by the average
    adult. The book 1066 ,lnd AN
    Thru enjoyed an enormous success
    and it Is still impossible for most
    of us to look seriously at the
    hool text-book again. Soon after.
    the v. in ore country novels of the
    Tin .mas Hardy ehool were pil-
    loried In one of the most be-
    . it. riing parodies of all time. Cold
    ( '<>n Farm by Stella Gibbons.
    Every aspect of British life, legul.
    parliamentary, social, and sport-
    ing, became a target for the paro-
    dist*, and yet the originals were
    not despised British humorists
    are like generals who apparently
    light remorseless campaign of
    i. nil i" and ihe day by
    having dinner with the defeated
    opponent, and paying the bill.
    Even cricket, that sacred game, is
    n stock -object of amusement, and
    pSsraan *ht- Snaat contemporary
    ..... '..... II* lale A G
    MardnnaaVa friend. Their mfl- r
    land tlhe hrewd obeervatlor^ off
    astalaa a description of a
    village erarkat asaari that will be-
    come Immortal.
    For the last two years I nave (
    t^en editing a collection of wit
    and humour of the last two de-
    cades, from the satires ol the
    'bright voung things" of the 1930 *
    by Evelyn Waugh to the more tan-
    , ,'v.i .w: ol to-day in the maga- ,
    ziue Ltih;"' iniong all the rwb
    ine gentle charm of
    A A. Milne, the puna and prangs
    of TlBiothy Shy lD. B- Wynd-
    hain LewUl and "Beachcomber"
    ^J it Morton) the acumen of
    MtalB I b>wt-known political aa-
    urist Sagittariua and the urbane
    delights of the Fourth Leaders
    in the Tsrrseeone thing emerges
    clearly. British humorists retain
    their right to a discovery made In
    Victorian tinaas- the discovery of
    nonsense. It was G K. Chesxer-
    .on who first called attention to
    'his discovery, and AHce ta Won-
    derland and the verses of Edward
    l*ar were Its first patteen We ui
    .hf. United Kingdom have no
    monopoly of noneena* to-day,
    modern American humorists sue*
    as James Thurber have developed
    i heir own paxticolar brand ol il-
    But as J B. Priestley baa pointed
    out in bis book on humour, non-
    senae U "a specifically F.ngllsh
    .ontnbution to tha world's lltera-
    ture. It combines, in a sww way.
    those two essential ErtgUsh liter-
    ary qualities, poetry nd humour
    It in unreason triumphant, ft is a
    happv holiday away from the
    a/orld of sense, and the artsngaat
    and sanest minds have always de-
    Ughted in It-" It la true th* much
    British humour Is dlfrlcun to un-
    derstand without appreciation of
    this nonsensical quality, but there
    is often method In the madness,
    and the "happy holiday" Is not
    always a mere form of escapism.
    Mr. Prieatlays own early novels
    are a good example of sense and
    nonsense mingled together
    Those who study the lighter
    columns and cartoons in British
    newspapers and[magazines will
    Hud the .. ..ungeT*" tener a to.:: of
    humorists ^inrepenlant In their
    attitude to accepted tradition. Yet
    the components of their humour
    remain as once defined by Harold
    Nicolmnkindliness, even senti-
    mentality, mingled with a childish
    fancy, a self-protection against
    ridicule, and an eventual love of
    compromise and conciliation.
    How fu ttvuves on
    'KEPLER*/
    "On the go" all day and giuwieg. tu*; a*
    woader cluldreo aeej extra Doati.fian'-al.
    Uve lb.iu Keplrr' and how lh<-v thrive
    j.I gain weightit i* rich in thr vitausiaa
    their grewing bodies need. It- allr. aaraag
    avour is . fdeaaant lusv Adult. dl hn.I
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    I'M.I I I I M S
    GILES . rtHltls iH'tirt't'tl the fJOai-pOftttl Architect Praised]
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    1 Estates.

    opta i
    tssion to remove Ihett houses to
    I
    M nouses from
    mitry a:> i digested
    ..., would if alia
    Mental Rate*
    Tlw Board will make rorom-
    nendations a* ha N
    ttri.it,! In connection WltB Uhf
    .. !ed house* at the Pin*.
    bh : d ..ii with .i view
    . | ', .1 ;.
    be) iii' handed
    :
    ULlllIIUlj-
    i i!. rn tin- ii. ird
    rental of house
    .,',Mir I!..
    Mi Carrlragtorj fc
    Seely. Agents toi
    >t to request payment
    lor agricultural plot! which had
    iH-eon lined by the Housing Hoard
    I the re-ereeUon of houm
    .1 re rernoved fiom the
    ted area.
    .
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    , its ihuitnj
    nnd its Frgep-------
    UMIKII.INKSIIAMI'IK.
    cocoanut oil riMnnpflo with the oily cocotnul unell removed Why
    n.it be Queen ol Heejrl b nl |ht! Tiv
    LUSTROLENE
    A
    zwm
    Veterans
    Gamp Iu
    Paris Square
    HIGHER PENSIONS
    British
    Provocation"
    Say Redf*
    BERLIN. Juno 23
    The offtcial Soviet laiigujgi'
    Tarfilklw Itandtrbau I o-d a y
    sltonitly uUackcd British
    S.W. Scouters
    Discuss
    i^ntertainmenl
    mil Die For
    Five Murders
    PARIS, Juno 23.
    Paris papers to->ta> ,onildcntl>
    stated that 31-year-old Jules
    Dcmay. Resistance and North
    Africa campaign hero, will go to
    '" Stouter* of the s W l)i-- In. guillotine because of his an-
    trict met at the VUl'A. on wcn m .! bete for
    nD. Berlin Tuesday night last and discussed five murders.
    tttartafctm*.! Deraaj (CroU da Oueore. arc
    uggrated by a Committee appoint- met' .' hesi admitted
    ed for the purpose. There was a that ha killed nil sister and 1*0
    tv lively discussion, and ulti- * .* associate but said he did
    3.
    PARIS, June 24. authorities to hold" up East Gcr-
    l .1 to-day gave a warm ,an aiid Soviet-owned barger -
    welcome to an army of 10,000 vet- locks in West Berlin.
    srans of two world wan who set- "Provocation at the locks is con-
    tied down on the pavements and tinumg. although it must be clear mately. the meeting was adjourn- l """ml''' ,*'&*, '^
    roadway of the Place de l'Opvra to everyone that the Soviet oecu- "I until Tuaaday, 4th proximo <'' hou*
    this afternoon, determined to patiOB forces will not tolerate the FILM SHOW S "" "" ,lt", " '"'"" In*p*' "
    cause "the worst traffic Jam In arbitrary detention of freight des- Through the courier of the ,',,. ,,,,,..,, ., ...,...,, .*. ,-;,.
    thorn." K. Vanov wrote British Council. I ill... show .....
    history" in support of their 1'
    the
    cotfttrooiri
    for higher pensions. leading article in to-day's given for Scouts at the British Damj who" in netthei read nor
    Thunderous applause from DUP*r- _ Council Headquarters on Thursday write, gaVi 1* thi raeaooa for lus
    crowds of spectators greeted the A tola! of 76 bargtw were yeslcr- evening last. The lllm. "Bush kilting* "bramu and farce CSl
    legless, armless and slghUau ex- dil>' waiting to past the British ehrlstma^" showed how live habit
    ser\-leemen a?, accompanied by " locka beeauae West Berlin ,hll(1,,.n lhroU|[h their wit and He said; "I have a horror of
    families, relatives and friends. .VA.;!"^!, "!!_.*/ ?..!?? J tenacity, followed a trail they Wood, I did not want UMm Is
    they arrived In th
    city for the seven-hrivi:
    stration planned by the National
    Federation of the disabled
    Waiting for them wa-
    ll-.
    actor lix-ks because West Berlin
    uthorities said they had not got
    heart "of "the 'he right documents. Barges
    ectly documented were
    'lThr'whJr8nhmove. which fo,- W^hVc^; Vh^^h^ ? .. _;>-- lowed the six weeks old delay to wl had oeen operating
    lew- Wast-DOund interM>nal barge traf- district.
    KtJh^ came across, and despite hardships five me u gun and m
    **i" 1.. ^-K,-!. .K... ...nM ,.nBn..,cinm,i 'i lbes nut mv nose in b;
    Telegraph Kates
    gt from itase
    gdH wiltun U- I
    including Btitksb W<
    ai one half ordinarv rates, sub-
    in1. 1.1 1 minimum t barge as for
    10 words per telegrar *
    Addresses will be admitted in
    this class of telegram f
    July.
    I'rem. Teletranw 1 Hales 1
    application) subject to
    minimum charge aN for t>
    words per telegram
    1 raent Presa Telegram- !
    tra-Cumm ordinary rales Mlbjett i"
    minimum 1 lunge as for H
    words per telegran.
    Other IteUliurm Ratal "11
    ai .mi.tar- nibSad lo 1 ml
    tanum charge m "< 10 wor
    pet telegram.
    ' 1 in counting of pll
    ..1: wordi 11
    b || 1 rrg plab
    guage ind eoea '. ejphai
    iii be at Bfiaen letten t
    the VM1..1 111: leail
    ih**r no' pretend to In- a patriot "
    Iteatrr
    IXJrary stage on which actor?. flc at lne Soviet Zone frontier The (11m served Ihe double pur-
    singers, and dancers hod greed check point on the Elbe, was the pose of IhOwmg Scouts the value Committee may proceed to Imx*
    to give a free show in the evening, subject of a letter of protest from of being able to detect and follow passages.
    Disabled technician, had built Soviet Control Commission reprc- tracks, ami also how to stalk. The All details will be sent to the
    it In their spare time. atrtaUve In Berlin to British children displayed the UM of H- k"s * 'hal their crews and
    commandant Major-General G. K. ramouflagc, observation, dedue- those who could not attend the
    Bourne, who is xpected to reply t|<>n an,| tuct; four dualities lst week-end camp will be made
    in the next few dayi.Renter toward which our training leads, cognisant of_ developments.
    They Fight, For
    Mt-itl: No Cattlr
    Shorta|i'
    P..In .' Sympathise
    The marchers were not held up
    by traffic Fifteen mlnut. before
    their arrival, smiling policemen
    had diverted all vehicles from
    the Place de I'Opera to narrow
    side slreels.
    The demonstration promised to
    evacuate the Place de l'Opera
    centre of Paris, and the
    traffic spotin time to make way
    for the audience coming to hear
    to-night's performances of Verdi's
    Tiggoletto." Then they unwrapped
    S. Africa
    Will Suppress
    Communists
    ANTIGUA. Jinn 24
    Every window at Antigua's
    public market was jammed this
    KOVIRING Any lone Rover or Scouter who morning with desperate bouna-
    The regular Rover Combined wishes to make this trip with the hpuUng and
    Weck-eno- Conn w.T held l the OPniblned Rovers may get all lagging to *<*' M.ld meat
    tral Hov '1 t>Jn--WakenaId *1,1, '"" Mr s 1. Bamw.11 rumoured that
    nth ?nd ADC. ... CoJei Prlrrtery, butchers wi trike In
    VIctoMa Street I ''' "f rt"
    dad the com- WOOD BADOI Increased price for beef but tlil
    ,bined OverT"a, We art pU.....I tn rt...... the corning it was revealed thai
    Camp were led "IT bv the ADC BUCCeM of BCOUten I. A I'
    Mr S. Barnwell. Also present K C Pile, and C. A. Worrell in
    ere Rover J>ndrrs. MafSff Binning the Wood Badge.
    ON SICK LIST
    We regret to hear of the illness
    f Seoul Keith Phillips of the 4th
    on SaturdaySunday.
    18th June.
    Discussions 1
    m^ Rove
    CAPETOWN. June 23.
    The South African Senate today
    adopted the suppression of the
    ... "Communist bill at its third read- Charles Morris. Alonza Jones.
    sandwiches and sncks spread ing on the casting vote of the Atherly. Rover Mate Mr. Coa
    rugs and blankets on the flagstones President. Senator C. A. Van Alleyne^ and menibers of the var-
    and settled down to while away Nlekerk. ious Crews The discussions lasted B'doa Group (James Street), ST
    the time olaying card. The Senate had recorded 18 vote* fur into the night. wish him
    for and 18 votes against the Sunday saw the -lads' engaged
    Crutches Set The Pace measure. Opposition amendments in Physical Drill and prayers.
    They had paraded slowly along ' rejected In a aeries of followed by a lecture which was
    the boulevards lo the opera house, divisions by 19 votea to 18. given by Rover Mate All -
    at a MCC set bv those leading on Absence of one OpposiUon Sena- Further pi
    crutches, and those with only - " h,~' lh- """"
    Uttti re ..
    1] lien-
    for the Dance to
    tor enabled the Government to i,e given by Central Rover Crew
    certy these divisions without tho at Princess Alice Hall on Salur-
    chairman's caaUng vote. nay next. July 1. were discussed.
    But earlier in the debate the flic Secretary of the O
    President's verdict was needed In iKVpT1 instructed to summon the
    n three ties. Steerage Committee to specially
    The Union's Communist Party rinvrnod meeting on Tuesday
    ..iiuounced its dissoluUon on '>Tih June at 6 p m
    badcertainly not the worst in Tllrtd the Assembly passaged ,h ^,nrv
    history, and. surveying the vast u bUf and ^t lt to ae^aSte. ,*l*t, "om""(1 Uu ssary
    packed with, squatting '^"(ff ~idea a maSiuin Cemptag SrUci* have bee*
    Here and there a
    faded regimental flag
    proudly aloft. Late this
    a frankly disappointed policeman
    said the traffic Jam was "not very
    Nevertheless. Kelt* b 'ill di
    playing the Bcout -pint with
    Miiile deapiti
    |"TuT"
    butchers refused lo p
    prices for animals offered ihcn
    BS) they can DUU I
    able profits; hence the
    beef shortage was oauaatl 1
    count of only 6 heads of
    killed todav instead of Ihe
    15.
    Then Is on cattle sbc*.
    the I stand, but Ihe mndition of
    iinal ilt.ng from
    dn weather.
    square
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    A few hours before the march- which profess on or after May 5. The remainder Of the I
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    ernment had resignedReuter. Communism. Reuter as possib
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    On Both Sides
    . I
    t i-orn resistance
    lion of the i i -
    since
    therefore insrViUblv
    in whi' ii
    White Goddesses
    ll liar..1.1 llnlr
    "Soaping" dulls hair-
    HALO taw 9
    l-rcamc 11
    pound mil
    tlM.
    From Lo
    Of I b ..!
    h a
    confusion of loy.il-
    line came Joan, Mml
    There was Aral heard
    Marsril-
    ala-aj i ii Franca, has sup-
    n., ,i araa
    M in three
    He wan an olHrer in thr Kaiser's Army
    He crossed I.) lhc French Army
    lie iiv ,, Minister in l'et;iin\ (iiivrmmrnt until
    he sow ili.it Vichy Mas lo he (he hip iI.pl1 f Ilic
    Nu/is
    He uns ;irres(e*i by the f-eslupo
    And m he i> me l . s. h i-
    . .1!
    produces a man
    RvfMrtDg undying hatred of Ger-
    fnanj he is probably a lairrakncr
    To remain In office under Petain Da pib
    bhind) t He h never ..., i
    When ahe |.induces H man who beer .Mowed to forget H. Mendahlp arrth ii Frank Bui
    plead* ro-i>i-'ration in peace he, In lha NaUohal a b|. ti man tuiiiient leader of Mm ii
    bo. I* probably a torralner. Canin ifriata taunt him with It.
    The Socuatata mistrust him he-
    lium, in I: i Mini cause - In the light or thti imi.i we tiy Views On (amps
    (a underlain) H I .; within
    Schurnan and thepin he evolved montl of leaving Petal hi
    with
    M. Jean
    ihicf planning ComnUaaV
    Hi an arid per*
    Catholic aalot, > nodanta Con-
    servative all his life. A humour-
    less man wtiow peataai, if uncon-
    -' has been to present his
    lotiK mekuuhoh nose to the cat -
    toonlsts of the world.
    A man with no Gallic elan On
    tilt tongue the French languute.
    div.s.il.s made for oratorical bat-
    Qe, i insipid.
    A man with DO known vices, ex-
    cept g Gcrm;in taste tor a pip' acrvatlvaa
    ;md a gins* of I,.-.-. Anil there are to
    . illuminating

    mt arana i
    deem Buehm.>
    he legion i.t HoM
    to Oh yet
    ad Freneh edition O,
    -making of the
    In ntteni
    Oxford i ties i
    "Con- faux this month
    lot
    those who deny
    k
    that he has i
    [affc/aj To l-'ranre
    Today I a loyal
    Frcnchm.. cfaoaM as
    by the Treau of Versailles. He
    Ik aeiinr teaeaej of hts
    a would lie ti,.
    I- German influ-
    life.
    Ills family was an old one in
    rot ii" oi hli young life ha
    red f.r by a
    i kringly disiiuaaed
    by his schoolinalter as only fit te
    pi lonedti
    He pursued an uninspired aca-
    demic course through the German
    UnJveralttaa of Munich. Berlin,
    Bonn, and Meu. and emerged in
    time to have lo serve in the
    Kaiser's army.
    lie held a commission in this
    until 1016 when the ancient divid-
    ed U.v.ilUes of l.iirrninc burnt up
    ... hin. ai vhiefa araj
    nls duties lay, and went over to
    the French.
    Circled lb-puts
    With the end nf World War I
    be actFJed in Met/ ami opanad >
    legal practice. He
    deputy foi lurtrlel and has
    liecn re-elected ever since
    The facts of nil Ufa during the
    inter-war year* are sparse
    H.ccntlr. with a lawyers cold
    venom, he hgfnad on the Com-
    munist paper Action ss hieh ..(-
    m at
    MeU foi Um r' Wandal
    Bcntjman won hla action.
    i Sclmman
    hn .Hon.
    J'n. ui-hniclan," he saya, "nt,t
    an UMolOajM Th-t sort of eon-
    laaa not provoke warm
    ipproval among the Freiwh
    Around him the French Con-
    ally, prickly eoatUvi
    i. Then I'r.
    .ill opponanti <>f tboli
    then
    lha Baavorl.....-k Pram In Britain
    t task. wrote
    ichuma
    d Umata l|
    -bicb true brothrrlv tu.
    Hourish. ovenencbii.i; .,11 thai |u-
    day tears the world apart."
    Anil then "Mr,
    tieam and follnwoi m..... and
    iocs in all nation
    by tiiose
    fratrlrlda
    ho to-das still
    hatred."

    man.
    '., lira -I iii
    :.. Latin quai -
    r
    ., i
    Irujjal Dieais at a liny restaurant
    NH I l SI Germain
    Hi- out) light amusement is a
    startling; one He ban a taste for
    gangster Mima that iota oddly with
    lemii interest
    m hooks. i tan
    Hi ......n of over
    HIKMI rare and valuable volumes,
    u the old famllv house at
    n Lori mi. There, be-
    hind bubi arhlte ahurters, Hves
    keeper. Mane Kelle.
    I- an with him for a*m
    4fl yeara. ami she looks gfU i
    when he vialu Chazell<-s.
    Wifelens Life
    I'hnt Is hin time for relaxation
    ' ea at eight instead or Ida
    lotiiary 30.
    snaa down to a light
    breakfast. laKore wlUch tie al-
    ways Uaaaa ma wrinkled cheek
    >i olu Marie, and then buries hii i-
    bUM is probabls
    hich Schum.i
    SVl.NK.
    D
    horltj < i
    beautuul, almost

    i re'their days ate Ip.
    -.lited o..
    It IS a
    that fa,
    I..U..
    .'!le aw u
    Sion to dlfrmi. ,
    v.f i>orMilaiiai
    orr si.i|. twm*M
    The islands bel^i |
    t group of atolls MO mile
    i'lth-west of the Atttnll
    of New Guinea
    ihey are far fiom shipping
    tracks; even the last
    mem iinmoiet-il In thl I
    invaascni.
    The mlaaton, >"i i I
    ti-r.'a pathologist, an anthropolo*
    gist and mi agricultural eMpetl
    discovered that the am
    'l < tli^ses
    Boys spend houra bruahing and
    ..tubing their waist-lung hah.
    which is not crti
    Pacific islands, but ..aw. ranotla
    he mission.
    These women have < .
    OgurM of Baawmaa and m.
    features of Ifypflai The girls
    wear only a mm
    or homespun cloth
    They are beli.
    s-ivors Of I
    drain. unhslPlad b, contswrl witti
    other native races.
    They live IrVOI VXtroOW
    languor || | i nrt arc
    But than i
    teas | i
    malaria. Inbreeding, an I
    Bciency are gradually wiping out
    the population
    Measures to check Uns decUni
    ii sed i,y the
    WInM 1W> Mm
    ' UM islands or!
    ! rioua nhwbitants will
    pravantad, oltlciala aay '
    i n live on flh and I
    ' i tvpe of I ly plant '
    imp taro Thev also i
    | httle rice and coco-;
    -lured at the imti it
    iry by g German trades I
    Wanton.
    thai cquatoria,
    "'break of the 1914-19 [
    anat
    : tMo.storeyed. V c-
    lortan mansion stands in lavish
    gardens on a small island in the
    g blue lagoon surround-
    coral reel. It shows no
    '"eay outside, but hMaahl
    i- a enimhllng ruin.
    I'll' i landers, superstitious.
    aa haunted.
    .\a Inluibifuiitaj
    Ona of tiie bdanda once sup-
    ported BO inhabitants Nobodv
    lives on it now.
    And the population of three
    aandl has dropped from
    i|>proximately 800 since
    tuning of the centurv
    he Hermit Isles la Luf.
    only four miles in
    length.
    onsj respect is the in-
    ......f women not predom-
    . thai is amara Uv b lai
    iica-uieu possesaion
    COhCCttMd That In his canut-
    VTomen are not allow to enter
    i an lOBUM where a canoe is
    being built They may not IxKtrcl
    iking its first trip They
    Maad altogether from the
    -uoing types of canoe.
    all else the men of these
    iwn islands idolise the
    L.E.S.
    Yea, "i-.|""t" your hair wiih ven BBBM
    liquid or cream shampoo* hidea ha i
    lustre with dolling soap Aim.
    Hai..-.onuo., no aaap -* itkani <.ik
    noihina n,d.,ll yasja halr*l aaaaagl kssam WU
    your srrs hrsi liaoi|B-t, Halo lirilt mil flinn-
    inenng l>ililM|liis. lu )raiaiii lathrr
    iy quickls iii anv kind afler-rinM 1 uBB [(.i!--
    '.' Normal.
    O.ir-xOfHa.raaiil
    .1 r** '**- ' sMfaics'1 aicosir tnuNC shsm>oo
    in America, KafeouiaaUi BMotassBBaaaapoaai TaaJraaaaa American
    w.anni have prosed onls Hale ghm hair Bttgh naiural radiaace.
    HALO ri'sp:il. ihr hitldt'ii lirauh o[ >our hair
    Child Saint Canonised
    'i.i pern
    Lives Frugally
    Hen ixrhaps we have the emn. To lha
    .pulse In-hind the Sehll' hi
    man plan, an imraiate genet ib i
    aaU in bis wife-
    eclared that he
    leen in danger of mar-
    iTiat is perhaps
    nablc fault
    L E. S.
    Attlesey
    Breaks Work
    Record
    FOR HURDLES
    COLLI0I PAfsK Marvland
    June 2A
    Mick Attle-ey , U Angles
    bauatad the world record for tin-
    " hurdles by iiinmiiK lha
    disiance in 13 C seconds at the
    Amateur Athlen. Un I n
    aanlor track and Held
    ships ;,i ihr Univaratt.
    land today.
    The offlei.il world l-.-oid is 13 7
    seconds Altlaaty has ulreadv a
    Claim for a wot hi i-ecoid of 13 ;,
    '"i the ISO yards hnidl, i
    win,i, i- wara 10,000 yaroa--
    Ibnace Aslcnfeltet of P
    vania. 32 minutes, 44.3 laconda
    M. U. Thoma*
    Wins Sptton Shoot
    Mr 11 i. mom 1..... Aa
    sl....." BlOOl ......tf.u !(!{()
    ..... .>: illlil.'l
    lo ........nl
    Rani* Mr. O. I Hani
    Paris Talks
    Break Up
    u
    aaaand th tua p,-. ,,. third :;;;;;; tM^l{
    hi 11 Mi it s ,-, vemment!
    i.siicn.M with weather COOdlUoi
    The
    1
    H.8J> HI
    Mr u 11 Thonuu iai
    1^2
    M P C Cumberbatch It]
    G. Martii
    THE HACITF.
    The Parti b 1 on th
    Sehmnan I'l U break up to-
    morros\ for about :i week to en-
    VATICAN CITY, June Ji
    An ft.t yea. old I tall
    woman tonight
    ..:tie child, mi m.hi..ti
    (listening in nm ajres, as alu
    watched Pope Plus XII deelari
    nar 12-yaar-old dau
    of the CatnohV 1 in
    Tine,, hiiiidr.-.
    urims khw lha i'
    tradition n
    ..11 caramon) befi
    Saint Pet.
    Goreti. murdered 4S years apn
    while resUtltig rape.
    The golden evening aui
    .v*r tb~ cits of Roma the. pop-
    ta*e I tiie great |i
    nt P tart on a home on the h
    1 I \-.i-,''.
    The multltulr broke Lnl
    zied cries or "\iv p .
    Ir hands or woving.hav"
    I and acarvesi
    .ti longj procession of praaajts,
    irdinals. Pupal coprtle.is.
    S- is ituards. and choristers. In
    curie!, black mik! white,
    svouiul through the crowds to the
    Of staria before Saint
    Peter's
    Hap Popaj Phis mountod lha
    Papal UlRMM while the people,
    stretching half a mile before him.
    : -,-
    Hundrada of thousands of voice*
    * lh hy I n
    raator spinrus" r'Ciwne
    Holy (b
    Then he rcd uu. n,,!^,,,, latin
    iT'-lainaUon: "We doCTM
    ceiine Saint, and inscribe in the
    book of Saints, the Blessed Man.,
    Uorettl. Iteuter.
    First Aid
    Headaches
    Ilka SaUiar aim|s pleasant filial
    Whan you naed First Aid fait for the
    paint of a headache, take Alk.i SalUn
    lit bubbling, effervescent action halpt
    Alka-SalLMf's palo-relievirm aant to
    t<> to work fast. Not a lasativayou can
    take Alka-Seltrar at ANY ttmo. Drop
    one or two labials in a glass of water
    Wao Ii it fill and diasolv* into a spar-
    kliiif, pleasant -tasting drink.
    T-a. af
    11 h M taalatu
    Alka-Seltzer
    Advertise in The Advocate
    k s Year*
    1 .' Parrs
    H S M Marshall
    I' A cheeseman
    ISl
    119
    118
    lift
    i\oi ICnough
    Publicity
    The Dutch delegation is relurii-
    uig 10 Holland tomorrow, but 11
    leader. Mr. 1> 1* Spierenbm.,
    St.is in Paris fui the tic.
    ring Now that 'he 1 1
    haa [aatad aorna layi the dei
    lull] ac 1 .
    thar*a standpoint*, it was
    eld. d
    The c< ifan al..... con-
    Bldarad It rtffhl '< btaaii up for
    i-iiii .. ameh I.....
    1 noma for consultoU*
    - -Heuter
    Mis First Post
    like our Foreign Minister
    i the naUonaJ aceno. He got his
    irst Ministerial post In 194(i. when
    'laud made him
    for Evacuees.
    He followed the dying French
    1 ...\ rrunenl lo the traaady of
    llordeaua He lemained in ofllee
    weeks under Marshal
    retain but whet, he saw that
    onls a lap-dog ,
    Shot p,,t- Jim Koch- of New
    York *1 feet. 2 18 inches
    I..Mm Si, 1,
    Illinois 3 minutes 51 3
    Sixteen Pounds Ha
    bamu. 1 Fclton of New York l.
    feei ;ii, Inches
    papei Pi
    lack nt 11
    rnathoda
    duction \
    1
    el
    was u. be onlv a lap-dog 3-
    of the Nails h. realgned ml wem-V* Michigan .
    lack to La J 1 Heuter
    ON, June
    Comn 11
    ledn lo-n.i
    Ion the m esl
    of grain and atoch pro-
    ,'its causing sen.
    to sot at econoa
    ., Moar-nss
    here.
    Prorrfii a Soviet
    Mlnialrlaa and u 1 s ivlel 1 < od-
    i.istmg ayatem for failun ti v
    _. sultbi. 1
    . Ta k A!tlP" ICUll.lt,
    Kaj 111, Becanrli Pi 1 n H
    "''' '0"""' ,',"........I Aarh iltun th. \t, irj
    Slate and the Mbilstn oi
    Production. Thej are all n> 1
    YardsWarren Dm. Mc: ., IntorgMj their props
    minute* 33. carrunugn In thi 1
    Renter
    luo Y.. 1,1- Vi .. rjajgaj
    aawaaa II i aaaaj
    11U Yarda 1
    sey of Los Ai
    40(1
    Margan 46 ."1 seconds
    Soviet Scienlittt
    Gels Gold Medal
    LONDON June H
    Trotlni l.ysenko So-
    ,;tural scientist whose
    genet K theories have aroused
    \suri.l-\side iniitroveiss has Ii
    the Soviet Academy of
    '. ra llva Mecznlkov OoU
    1 1050. according to n
    1 /let Nea Affana) 1 maa-
    1 ved in lxindoti to-day
    Ito who is l'resldent o(
    . Academ) <>f Africut-
    encea, 1 UUiw thai lac*
    .1 lu thought to be betc-li-
    itttflclally coiidltnn-
    troUod
    -m# f-sr fam hm^H.-
    aaaa amara. ".*? auafja
    mm foftg/T efra;.-
    -4**1* **- -* ba e-move. .-r mtkl af*, shall aull bs total..
    haaaasa laswu betb i.-.l. J p,auGu 1.., ila-leaa. youthfai sUa
    Tha world famous daiiuaiulogiat wbu errataa laana arafaaahaai
    bas is^tatloabvad tnudera Uauiy traaUawBt aad acarigaf apasbl
    praaaraUasaa far aa. I. lypa | akin aad ags.
    --'**> asawipfa, .,*.., aiij u.s, Inn^m raasaras Aaaaaaat
    **-* *-* * a akin aViarf ., ,; J,sW ay aba dWtsata.
    * Qaaa year ku. Bight and arat-miag arltk eael, 4eaa-
    aJaaasraa Irmoxa uaaywhaaa mtoKa tba utaeal aOa aad U-
    ra-ar ilia woodErftuly auMiaUt aawl laaali.
    * Tetas yaw aba aighUy witb Hah T||ibtog Iro-eaa
    man Feeo. (0*.r W% aheaM aaa lamaas Tswara
    CbbaaJi, It'a ..a. .,.-!,.., )
    * Aa a day craam, uaa Innox* Mousaa with .<. Imsans
    Pewoaa. Thay will protect ywta akha aad ramaaa
    bamnufulls man || day.
    InnoXiM 6eatt/y /t $mf$mmMmm)m4
    aol> lll H LONDON
    /-< ate** aaajaags^amm sX*s tm+S + jftfrtmj
    Obtainable from - -
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    and ALPHA PHARMACY. WfrHtnff
    wb. foi; \rty ltd.
    line i> Hritii.li Uiilana)
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    iff* 11 is rwiit
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    heu< 1 i/.vrvy
    It It 1 -lsy. i.isir. VolaHhe P001 Reception,
    **: 1 I iir out ol ordeC ?
    s>'', ( M Iftrtment, let ua Rive it a
    Complete Over haul.
    :', tti Line for the nrvt Cricket Twt Match
    alwit
    ' i'lo. 0QI* Service Is PROMPT
    We repair anyi|dm| F.lcttricnl.
    Inspection Time
    is
    Selection
    Time
    Owners of Vehicles should examine lhai.
    Tyres before Inspection and "IT THI-'
    IIIAT to avoid inconvenience. j":
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    HERE'S HOW YOU.aM
    SAVE
    afaTlaT k TROUBLE
    fit DUNLOP
    TO-DAY
    IXw Tyr- thai gntaaaa /n . .
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    EXTHA MMtKAtlK
    ml EXTHA SAFETY
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    Check Our Prices-You'll
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    perform belter and have longer lilc.
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    DRAIN. FLUSH, AND REFILL WITH SHELL X-100
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    ii to Rive a clean engine, is like trying to wash .. fluor with a cuplul of water.
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    VMtnaSPan Early booka. Mapa. Aula-
    rapka, *> ,i CnyarUiaMa Air..,.. "
    MolokM! Roy. i Taant Ciui<
    IJ.a.-t.fA.
    BOHEMIAN
    pair irean and Bold, aUu ci>niplele 1 .
    table aia in imba Goriin|e> Aniiqu
    SI'OP IJW In
    HARV GRAND PIANUFOIITl lli-..,U
    f.il lona Baraair "
    *.. Advocate Co.
    A|.|>ly .,.
    II M I
    DIAMOND Nli'KI A. I- of larae xiprili
    iin*.. mad* by Londini Court Jeweller.
    tread to .{t
    Oortlnlaa Anllq
    SI.
    naure
    HSM
    I ClMlL
    EVENING DKEHSKS
    grand Poky PI*aU 1
    re have apackal ir-m. n.
    Drama
    THE MODEM* DRESH SIIOI'I'E
    B SO--an
    OLAUFS- Ct>aai)~Rradiiia (il.v-- 1
    I Clarke Jrwallar No IS Jama, strtet
    *^a "' t^M-ln
    Eczema Itch
    Killed in 7 Minutes
    Taur akin haa nearly y, million tiny aaami
    ind p-.n. whrrr- r l.i.i, ami causa lar-
    ' -,l*3"* I'l" !!.. loot Itch and other
    -mi.?. ?'.f'?V? "-""""- * Ol
    -BMla.y r-'l*f berauae they do ul kill
    la#nt .|i|> ||ia rm. t t niluui Bfl l
    " ;tmi*Mii*a.l id riv* , ^ ,(.. C|el|r .,!,,.
    ., .ve amooii, akin In one a-aak, ,,r man.y
    .-.> !
    r ajiamlat
    QWSlgSLA-.
    OVF I A ROC HOITRE
    n tha aaa f
    hod Apply
    ind Apartmen1
    Mia. K Hunt*, nratto-
    Dtal BUT
    I.t.W-tn.
    " Maawall Co.. I
    Ai.fii.l. September
    (urn I B)i ad eacept |la*<
    .... in.: km
    War Smir-Contd.
    MIdcELLAMCOvW
    tDlKK HATSBaalder ihowlni tha
    t ......ilmenl of IjiUlea' Hal* w*
    carry larae vailatie. on all Millinery
    me., we will redlm any Hal from
    St.*. to full your Individual laala
    i., m-wii rmr anmibii
    THE WiilHEHN DRIS SHOPPE.
    HIM J.i
    NEEDLEB Im IMr raaaad play** II kind* incrudlnc Hub, and ae>M.r e-mi-parynananl neodlaa to play aevaral ouaand iM-onUiura. A BAJINEB . CO.. LTD. m.B-Un
    NEW ll.--.lw id Bat 'I-ATI UtS" Dinah Sbora. Frank Birn and all th* raat. Cane '-: quick. A UAMNSeJ CO.. LTD. M.a.Mt.f.O
    ill >all th* Fuiiutwr*
    SlautitoB". mti Ayraue. BaUevilM.
    wiiH-b MMiiHle* DmMtd Tat.f Uoru/hi.
    Aaaa and tub Chaaa. C*.-.. C'-Wia*.
    I.*uuor Caae. Ornament Table.. Plait
    Btoola. Berbie* ChaV all In mahofi
    Cedar Rook Shelf. Upholater Couch.
    TBm Chair.. Py* Radio. BIKh Morri.
    Chain and Cuahloru. PVtluraa. Corulol*-
    EUxtrle Vk
    !>.. ,!.:r M..I
    Deep S.ci-p
    Bada. cdar Pre**.
    Pine D-niier Preaa. Marble Top and
    W I.,. Waihatanih. Ke.mr Machine
    Kitchen Cabinet. Ijrdera. KiKhen Table.
    i Cten.il.. Coal Mtav*. EaaoUM
    Hut Pi.i. MaBugariy Dir-atBd Takl
    and Che.1 of Drawer, awl aiaiiy MHri
    UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
    1 have been ,. i,j by Heaan D|
    Cu.ta A Co, Mil lo **ll by pubhi
    auction at their warrhoua* at the Loa.*
    It 30 p in ollrctk
    pH-ture .lilp railed
    cludea M blocha, II
    eilu*)i.lak<>r>. H pan- bucket. 13 H'a
    ImH*. I >.il . 1 *.*ap*M I bkxk
    Irapa I .ail.. I plac*< of rudder. II
    bfanaeU. I Bra ealinauialiea biackeU. a j I Ja buuar-
    laniae I anaaaal baaiiia. I Unterx. alada* i Beyley lb* '
    A hammrr. wver.l -mate maltreat, a-.d llmdebuiv
    colkrction of houaanold "ml.
    hoa*. I roll leather, empty bo*i
    1 ply wood. T hurricane 1
    evvral i-n.u i
    aniiaa
    Ti-BM- CABB
    f>ARCT A SCOTT
    Oovl Aunmnr
    "WINDSOK LODGE"
    Govprnnv m Hill. St. Mlrhael
    Slandlng on One AOV uali
    Six Acres alluchetl.
    For all parliculars apply . .
    II H WILLIAMS
    Dial 2676
    rANTB Oanb ft Bph ujuaU i*M>
    i.t- .". mad* to ordar In Khaki.
    Ir*y Flannal Tropical. Price |3 M.
    0 M a. M raapectlvaly STANWAV
    1, 1 .,<: .!... >,| Hll.er
    N.ll. rki with tin-
    t.i Bd Mm -nad*. newi rxu t aril
    loinnl Aniiqu* nnop M In
    ROv f. On* ill Tn i.- ii.iii, r Gal
    Apply Clifton Trerac*. Upm-i
    Bay B*r**l Talaut^nc mm
    U n
    RETHEAD lyraa al auaeuil
    tea* Mi il MB. I I at
    I fa. M T at /MM. EM a H at
    HI each Enquire Auto Tyre Caen
    ny. Trafalair Strael. Pl.i.na MM
    IIIM-On
    SAMiAllfj; b(IWL and .
    rat, Grata*
    Inn Oppoi
    iperlmer
    WANTED
    HELP
    Isaianaa
    Apil... kg
    lo i Nurea lor 81 Joaeca
    at a Balary of BH M p*
    i |10 TO Co>t ol Llvlruj Al
    M wilh Centftcata, to b
    I* W I Jahnapi
    raM lalei than Monday li
    lurth*. partlr.k.1.
    fi.un II.* f M.O
    kanaa
    IMMKDIATFI V !'- '" OM MlM
    Nnowledar e Short
    ha*i ...' Ttainp All appl
    ..1 Appl
    to T H H Wilkln 'k.l.-*
    Oara, M. Ltd It * ti.
    -'..
    ,EHDZ3EEa
    often cauie dingcrous niituumi
    is cftie of negliernce In iatel-
    llfCDl households an iron rult
    Mi$n for every wouodi: ..Pui
    rurol on", because one knout,
    th at Purol is dcliciousi* sohcnioe
    and healing and because all m
    ffCaiont can be prevented by
    applying this brilhanl skin
    ffedy.
    tIALKBMAN
    nan a. Car
    inowledd- of
    Heat Ion Ire a I
    n wrltln* !.
    UN0C THE IVOfrY HAMMER
    - T.0M -0.1
    id houaa wlnrh "u. aal<
    dmina root*, i badrat
    and Iiar. .
    Baraae Prlr* IBM,

    11 AHCV \ S< ill-
    I on Thuraday June t
    ichmond Gap. Ilaibaiei
    hou.vhotd aaraet
    PROPERTY n.. Wail
    Ue.itwo.-l Chair. Benlw.B>d R*kertl *" M'H. Clirl.t Chu.rn ...... i .
    Dr*..|na Table, Hi.uii Pre.. BV. Hi *"** nd "l!nl . J liediooma
    Pine. M.hiuianv Tabk, MalwaMn'y Cue? """ '* alaetrlc llphl l.^ethei with
    Larder. W-n.t.nd Itod.lraT Ptur..: '* -"-a ' ' ,h ""
    I oflet
    IvaalaaC
    C.-h
    t.MiFFim
    Au.ii.,iLcei
    MlM
    UNDER THE SILVER
    HAMMER
    arsE
    Table..
    i. and
    nd Arm
    uiN.ulai
    Mth by itrdM of Mr
    r will .ell hi. (..hi.iiu,,. .1
    PUntation. Ht Gem a <
    Round Tip-Top Dlnlm
    Stool*. n ,i.i
    . Card Table.
    Mud Waaami
    Cliair.
    . Pit I
    Inlaid Cord a* Table.. Plcturea,
    i-iio naitn.. ier> aood I'lld Tea Seiyic*
    a i.-.i.i., n. PlabM Dtah Covera, Fih
    Kmve. and Parka. Coffee Cupa. Ruby
    Clary I rjlaue>. Frull Dl.hei. Sea ira*-
    krttee and Chair*. Pine Sin|le Hed.tca.l
    v.iiki Sprina. Draaaina Tab)**, Linen
    l'i***. D**k. Larder in Mahodany. Krnfrw
    Ctaani Separator in perfect order. Coal
    Stove. Rabbit Hut.he.. Plseon Coopa,
    Conco.d Buaav. l.awn Mower* and other
    Item. Sale 11 JO o clock Term. la.l.
    BRANKIR TROTMAN ft CO..
    _______'imu
    REAL EfTATB
    vtiiAta If H t
    A Payable Wh.laaal* Uaar Ba.iaa*. I
    Ibr t ii. b/iUi Burchaaini Hn< i. o
    from ABenu includma
    Kan
    for
    1100 pm <-..
    11.000 Kelt
    I car ...... H ap-
    M I In
    "WANTED by the Harftad". Publicity
    'oerunlltee lady AMkl.nl lo lakt cliaiBr
    I fnliini,.hon lluteoa. BeBwell Alrpual
    i kaowleOaw of ivaawrilWia la aaaaa-
    lal. SpaiiUn daaValMa ApplH.iian In
    inline u> TVa Chairman. Baitwdo.
    a Tn* BM'atar*.
    rr Head "
    MISCELLANEOU8
    ijiiii.n
    . a. ,.i'b,*
    sr a
    PltjBN ph.in,
    iso so In
    hi. ertMUy. M.
    II.It.i, .,
    on WedncBitav
    Ipth Jul>
    M II i.
    Small Capital
    ik Debt* Sale Condition. Atlracllv*
    Twd.Suxey uniewell Bi'ine*. pnd
    In Tudor Street, can V.U wi
    t lmaiuic for Onii
    SeaUd* J. Bedroom
    (er Oal> l SOB A Deurablr 1 Badrapm
    Lara*> atoaewall Bunsalow in A-l Con-
    Area
    Talk
    End
    I. Nate
    . Dmum. Pi toad lo Sell Don
    .1! Malar I.UU' At Ha.-..,,-.
    l-.a. Saaalda Propatly witli
    red 1 Bunaalow* or a 00 It
    Hotel. Sandy neach. Bale Batln
    Owner Willirut to In...t In an
    r Moitaaa** linanut i
    nil. B. F. da ABBBI1 A Trained
    It.al Eatatc Aaroi
    < .ii at Ollva Beaak. Ila.tlna. M
    -ii.. Bra... i .a- -i-.rt s... lie.
    -II l.rl
    for bum ii
    lent lnvaetnie.it Appli I'
    Eitr.priar. Chrlat Church
    CHIROPRACTIC
    RESTORES HEALTH
    HI COLLEGE POUCV
    of Hie Sun Lift.' Assurance
    Co. of Canada provides th*>
    Oiutlon of a problem that
    l plexed mony par-
    sau, i,v nuking certain that
    the child shall have ihe
    training and social back-
    ground so essential to sue-
    eesft in life.
    Full information on "THE
    colij;ge policy- win
    be gladly supplied by
    CECIL JEMMOTT
    (Agent).
    1* O. no* S3 ,ni Phone 2I
    BrtrJfelown.
    DMNta I'hornix Pharraacv
    will be open to Ihe public
    on Thursday, June 29th, and
    Saturday. July latj from 4
    to 6 30 p.m. A charge of
    1/- mill be made and the
    proceeds will form the nu-
    cleus of a fund for the purv
    chase of a motor to enable |
    the Fountain in Trafalgar
    Square. Bridgetown, to play
    and become a miniature of
    those in Trafalgar Square,
    London.
    TUITION
    ral -ub...u
    Tal-ylian' !
    Ill I'll III
    RELIEF
    Tttoviianda Of ruptured me
    have limnd In.lant re!,*l
    Maaal.y Alt f.ikl" App'ianra.
    Pilled with a real laSaUbl* a.- e hi. n
    broken tlMuaa have Increiw-' ihance. of
    layniUnB
    Eo* full Oatalla ar.d Fraa Pk.ot nil*
    lir.ASI.i:V!l I.TII. Ilr,il. 190
    4 Cock St reel. Lotido- W I, Poland
    For MAItl. >AND
    OAKI'LV Mill III
    LIMF and
    lU.orK *rroNi
    AaXANTIg HOTEL iON.THt.UA)
    BATHSHIBA BARBADOS
    Foe reaarivatloii apply __
    KLCOMMEND
    TO INSPECT
    NOTICE ..
    that an Eatraordinai.
    eral MeeUng of the above-
    named Society will U- held
    at the Society's Office, Boek-
    wlth Place, Bridgetown, at
    2 o'clock pjn. on Friday. Tih
    July, 1950, for the following
    purposes, vis.
    1. To deciae wnelhcr tt is
    desirable to appoint
    Committee of seven
    persons lo value the In-
    vestment! of the Society
    as required by Rcsolu-
    ti.ni .(-..
    ber. I80B, ami. if it is
    deemed desirable, to ap-
    point the seven prisons
    to form the Committee.
    2. To appoint a Director in
    the place of Mr C. M.
    Manning who has re-
    signed
    To consider and if wen
    lit to adopt ]'
    terotions to tbt
    Sett lame nl letlunmend-
    ed by the Dfa
    Tins, |i|,-|,.. ; ....
    its can
    application to the Sv.il-
    Ury
    By Order of the Di>,
    C. K UROW.Nl>:.
    Sorret.irv.
    22 6.M- 5n
    REAL ESTATE
    JOIIS
    u.
    I.I \IIOS
    urmer!> Dlnon A Bladoi
    FOR SALE
    * IIADW
    - arable property of
    >. approimatety
    . L-itet.a| bulMIn*.
    laud
    U-A 81 Jam*.
    Modern done bungalow witp 3
    iIr.rp. wide Mndy baach ft
    OH ekdhaheba Al-
    traetieb .ton* property with baaa-
    ttfUl vie-, of toe coad and cool
    at all tuna*
    UrlghUNi
    ...I-. drtlcned
    1 ladkupinad *-ia....
    Ht-SKOKA W Miun* A c-ea
    i. ,
    ik'iaaw of v.ey baumI ceawlatar-
    a ,.d BM i
    u i-ki.i o ., w tiir Nath
    iM Chuarh
    .i*l.ll..l rfiei* bin"
    .. 1 !
    SOU) wdtuom
    -ell hea
    . ,| ^
    I MALI, s, p^^f
    i.uiiac wit
    STORE
    . .1.1. si uich
    Sill It **"'*
    >"1'1' 3 acre, ol
    ......i Us. Pt**e-
    - "Wd proparty an
    Ih own iiri.at* baUi-
    "1*fu^JV'h ------ "'" '*
    OOO i.m.iKUo M..
    , in., rout* ] bad-

    KALI m l>ter An
    KALL St Lucy.
    larpar **aate hum**
    ..line iiiiihi over-
    ' st J_r.ee
    SOLO P-'Pe-P 0.V
    BM. Ui-k Baak
    B.nall done bun*.*!"* -Hh I

    BUENA VIST* j Mil* Hill.
    lu-pi atone buiidelow in
    Hal
    IlESIDENC"; Hrlaldon Itoad.
    a. Mtchaat Wed pfac*d
    ruomad pi NEWTON tiODGE Maxwclli.
    Still I, 1--"loird
    .-I
    ITMItlXY Navy Garden.
    mr*y house with walled
    i Moderal* price.
    I A1XYS. *t Potar
    in>un| re-n>od>Ued
    RECENT SHIPMENT OP
    //## HOTTIiMEB 4 U\UtS
    nns cmnrauii wnmum
    _ _lji_1-e*a*n*yfc_US^*Ot-NOB* ITD.-f,,,,!,,,,. ,
    MM"' "1 -rk.r of Bread ft Tader atra.u
    ''"' '-'''V.y/A'//;
    BRENDA'S BEAUTY
    SALON
    Now .Hum,..! ... Grey Stone PJ.U. Balmoral Gap,
    will raeeea lo tu.ionrn on M.wa.,, June M, under
    it. neu ownership.
    AHLOIEId. Bt Latviwic* Well
    II 1 -mm reetdMtce with pat-
    .. m ml ,.*
    Al.ISBLHY Gun Hil: Aj>
    Sr^B-y. SOLD "-ilpl"^ !
    AiiI.ro.N ni linn Mudarii
    ','. SOLD "^ Uwl
    imi'MAlKA Navy Oardaaa ,
    l.anic ra-niodalled 1 store)
    arty
    pi.^.YtilDfe (Near Parochl.l
    Treaauryi. SOLD *->' r-<>la
    ii low eailly
    An li.sipeiiali
    XML St. Jam** One
    Ilia moat alli..llv propurtlai
    LAJtag L>VNU<>La>ir CIUU1
    WaU i.....i i.iooacii ni.
    teg . -lrfl Golf
    I An relate
    ; SOLD
    . GliAMMK 1IA1J. TUOIAtT-.
    . w*U da-
    itound con-
    I ,..,.,'. .-: .... ,|
    ' UTAGK Bt.
    in.*. Well placed toad butura-

    Hlllli:\T St Peter SuJkl o*d
    sold ^-"i
    '. i very low

    Hdtruaj Kd 1 bed-
    raomad timber uunsalow Ouod
    poMUon _nd On bu> route.
    H UalmMal Gap A
    HOLD '
    i beard I
    LAMB
    MI.I...I. .
    Mir Appl
    BBS. BIB*
    At RrULfenrld. SI Thomas, an* S
    wall Houae and Shop both In aood r
    and P. acre. f ....hie land whir
    planted with i.n., Th* rlshl pi..-.
    Omiiim. and laMbuj .toah. Price al
    AT YOUR SERVICE
    IN (1.1 \\l\(, II1I1M,
    Ul MURIM, AND HAT
    iRioaiko
    RAYMOND JOHDAN.
    MOTICE
    OUC ( I STOMKR.S .rr ulud l......
    Hat. Dial our Store CLOSES lor . .
    STOCK-TAKING
    On Thursday 2flh June nnd until------------
    12 O'clock (NOON) on FrMay VHh
    VOl AKF ASKED TO CO-0PEPATK
    John D. Taylor A
    MT. VISTA. Rockley Impoa-
    -I'- '- - Of ..- ,1 .-one
    " Offered well below
    MAITLA.VD- Worthlna Atlrwc-
    SOLD ,*c'ou, *
    BT BaUuheha. Wall
    T-rty with S acroa
    FA1IUIOL.ME M.nwaUa 1
    oro atoruy houa* with nearly
    1 -' Optnn further
    arable land
    HAaOSSB/<>OD BlUiop/. Court
    SOLI)

    '.*d pro-
    eSM Ifflajaaj
    I mil, Mb-
    < K#\ A CRrSINd UHIIVIWISI K. WKISklSG THE NEW CROWN CIN'.I K 41 r


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    wain isjp m<. wrl'w
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    PART ONE ORDERS
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    to raoDMi
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    June. IPS.'
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    Orderly Sr, ira,it ?II I_ s;i lla> i .
    M I. D ^KrES-t-OX. Major,
    SOI.F Adjutant.
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    Vacant posts of Medical Officer. General Hospital.
    Barbados.
    Applications are invited for five vacant posts of Medical Officer.
    General Hospital, Barbados. Applicants must be registered Medical
    practitioners.
    Posts are non-pension able, on contract for three years. rem\v;ih|r
    Private practice not permitted. Salary will be on the scale of
    $3,600 x 240$4,800 per annum and position In scale determined by
    i'X|"-iitiKL' and qualification.
    Rent-free furnished quarters will be provided but until these are
    available an allowance at the rate of ten per cent of salary srlU I"'
    payable.
    Passages, not exceeding $940 each way, of officer and family
    payable on appointment and on expiration of contract.
    Duties are general and in their performance the Medical Officer
    shall act under immediate supervision and control of such BlipailOl
    Officers as Mednal Superintendent, Specialist Surgeon, and Specialist
    Physician and under general directiui.< of the Director of Medical
    Services.
    Application1- accompanied by two testimonials should be addressed
    to the Colonial Secretary. Bridgetown. Barbados, and should be sub-
    mitted not later than the 31st of July, 1950. 24.6 503n.
    r, .
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    will be ;. 'he Wet;
    bidsM taatn Prtdaj nex: inn on

    will be a half-hour's cominontar:
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    10 45 t<> i i'i .i in hut apart front
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    BBC's programme 'CarUbta "
    Marahall on a
    proae Item The prose piece *
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    JTollowms this there will be poem-
    by Samuel Sclvnn and Bjmab*
    Brnon-rt>rttiiti of Trinidad and
    Owm Campbell and Daniel Wil
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    the programme both of Si Vin-
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    Analysis m ihc i-oming e*
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    TevhiiK.il wor.l-
    ol medicine In the billing of
    radio feature suggest uninediatelv
    that tha prodiRMl will be Nesta
    l\iui and that the programme
    will be extremely internUng and
    produced. This Is true ol
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    m grammi
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    will be .m the air on Monday nex:
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    on \Tiur prt'grair,
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    Vacant post of Medical Superintendent. General Hospital,
    Barbados.
    Applications are Invited for the post of Medical Superintendent.
    General Hospital, Barbados Applicants should be male registered
    medical piavtitioncis will, i-xpcrien i In Hospital administration. The
    post is non-pensionniile. on contract for three years, renewable. Sal-
    ary will be at rale of $5,760 per annum. Private practice not allowed.
    Rent-free furnished quarters are provided.
    Passages, not exceeding i960 each way. of officer and family
    payable on appointment and on expiration of contract.
    The Medical Superintendent shall act under the general super-
    intendence and direchort'of the Director ol Medical Service*, and shall
    be responsible generally for the NptTvisaan and management of the
    Hospital, shall perform surh other depnrlmental duties a* may !
    required of him from time to time. tt
    Applications accompanied by two testimonial* should be addressed
    lo the Colonial Secretary, Bridgetown, Barbados, and should be sub-
    mitted not later than the 31st of July. 1950. 24 6.503n.
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    THERMOGENE
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    h Jart Vacant post of Specialist Physician, Oeneral Hospital,
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    Applications are Invited for the post of Specialist ['hvnician.
    Clenor.il Hospital. Barbados Applkants should be register*
    medical practitioners; post-graduate hospital experience essential The
    post Is non-pensionable, on contract for three years, renewable Sal-
    ary will be on scale of 4,800 x 480 *a\240 per annum, plus hnH fees
    for private patient care within the Hospital and half consult all
    within and without the Hospital; otherwise private practice is not
    allowed. Position In scale determined by experience and qua
    Rent-free furnished quarters will be provided but until *'
    available an allowance at the rate of 10% of salary will be pnv.bte
    Passages, not exceeding $*60 each way. ol officer n<\ family
    payable on appointment and on expiration of onirart
    The Specialist Physician shall be responsible fur ;he public
    medical service of the Institution, shall perform such oth*T depart-
    mental duties as may be required of him from time to lime
    act under Um ^titcnil ( Rlsd dfeMtfoa of the Director
    of Medical Services
    Appli pruned by two testimonials should be >
    to the Colonial Sccrotarj. Bridgetown. Barbados, nnd hotild he sub-
    mitted no* Urtai than Um II - of July, i9*o 24 <;
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    IW1.I MX I I I \
    SUNDAY ADVOCATE
    ^; m>av. Ji nF :-5, l$50
    . ROND of ') Mjlvtin'a tciim shakes hands with the Governor dumu. tl
    flay. Skipper "Soueakie" Hinds, standing behind Hit Exrellen.s.
    rOdneUoa 'Story on page 4).
    BATSMEN START WELL:
    AND THEN COLLAPSE
    # frum pair 4
    :^ure Kift
    The EnglM) lieldinii was not

    a flowed lo
    ;

    i
    hiE riash-
    ii
    One Chang*Jinn's
    .
    N.llov/ed
    LaW and Dai
    YardVy
    II Mil III*
    nd, 'i-oring storting
    ;'" past l(i
    bowled from Ihe pavii
    down a maiden
    . I '
    t> the on
    mi kfb M

    i I ,. Ivor
    hup sinch-
    eh 14 runs in 10 over
    i i icket
    Jenkin* I m of Spin
    ! his first ihuntt''
    '< i. bringing on
    Iha Woreeslershlre leg
    The l>owler guv** the
    bull a lii'ii.' inlmis lot ol pin
    Rae did nut appear to relish these
    .: dangerously for
    DOW broiiKlit Bedser
    -
    Ing move as Iho Surrey man had
    bowled six overs In the
    ntlier dn I '
    iiK them up Well
    i.itflv, hut without any
    Md. At the and of tl>
    i .
    S3 with 10 U.m- M
    Bedser now Rave way to Wiirdk
    .iiid thi' new howler me! with
    success. s
    into his wiiki-t in mi
    ttempt to turn the first hall to
    ide. missed, nnd wm
    1 I. w, f'>r M.
    WanlleRecord?
    probably created


    rhe M waa
    I |t whi'i.
    ho bad janod Rao, Lata
    ifter havlnj
    i .hi* ball to the
    .. .
    drought ofl baauUfUl bit of
    i) I hm
    r drove nard and
    runalni
    .i. rd tha


    wicket I | Hip West
    My in, bur

    md drew hefty apt I
    llt'rryBin Ovation
    : |
    minutes
    I v which time ho was 17.
    VjidUy dni not boui Wards'
    I T
    liar the left hand
    rptntwr had had but five overs.
    At 72 Barry, hero ol tbt Brst
    dttu*aa of 'he
    I
    II a maiden, and

    fiom the London crowd as h bad in his home town.
    Yardley again changed a bowl-
    re over when he brought Jenkins
    in place of Bedser frum the
    : vih,,Ti end with the seore at 81.
    The change did not perturb thu
    ,my and Kne
    100 up by straight driving Jen-
    kins to the players' entrance gate,
    the interval coming with th< sci *i
    .it 102 for one, Worrell 44, Rae

    WorrellInhlemifched 32
    Wardle and Jenkins opened
    l Vr lunch in light drizzle un-
    der a heavily overcast sky
    Vardley brought Bedser back on
    iiu- nunwry and In plaoa of J*#i -
    King Worrell, however, was tne
    IVnt to reach 50. with a in ai
    Miuare cut off Wardle.
    1*. had mken him 7 minutes to
    do ao
    hot in particular by
    'A'orrell. a gunshot past gully off
    Bedser, will long Ik- remembeied
    by the 30.000 people who saw I:
    Had luck, however, was In store,
    Iha lurk wtir.h robbad bin ->r .<
    pun rentury at Nottingham.
    u g stump and the batsman want
    to turn it It struck his boot, and
    trieklad on lo the srldnri behind
    l-' bal He had made a clean
    unblemished 52. Including seven
    log and looked set for his
    nntury
    Wnkn Vkjaaai
    Immediately before this misfor-
    tune. Iiae had also reached his
    h.df ccii1ut>. taking just over an
    l.i in mom in the process Weekes
    ink Worrell's vacant place, and
    was soon off the mark At 139
    Berry took uvcr from Bidser and
    ;.- in his lirst spell, he began with
    k n During his next over,
    (be 150 went up in 165 minutes
    when Weekes square cut one
    straight past Doggnrt at point for
    foul
    was beaten by Wardle
    :th .. ball mi'ie. but in Iha next
    over from the Ynrkshireman he
    nnota hitn vi.unisiv to the bound'
    i. Una* Umssj xtrdtty did nut
    take the new ball at U
    sixth over, but left the Iwo left-
    bnndarg to carry on.
    The first hour after lunch yield-
    ed 75 runs. Yardley then tried a
    few from the pavilion end Soon
    attar Weekes brought the second
    bundrnd with a full-blooded drive
    off Berry, moving down ihe pitch
    to turn ttu bill into a half volley
    DoggnffcaJTin- Only ( hanc
    The 200 had taken J hours, 12
    minutes. Weekes reached his M
    .fter he had been at the crease 49
    He had hit nine fours
    en roHle. England took the new
    ball at 215, Bedser using it first
    from Ihe uaian nnd im Edrich
    mming on .n the pavilion The
    now ball should hava provod al-
    ii Doggnrl al .'
    it rasy catch from Rae
    when the batsman was 79. the
    onlv chance for the day.
    .Ik,, two liiitsmen were still to-
    gether al 2211, at which UrM UM
    i,.id contributed 100 runs to the
    die In 80 mintes Yardley per-
    ALuM with his seam bowlers,
    however, and he was amply re-
    warded when Bedser clean )>nwled
    Weekes who played over an over-
    i kei
    Weekes had baited 90 minutes,
    hit 10 fours, and had added 105
    with Rae.
    Walcott i une in and survived an
    Bpnanl for ;i catch behind the
    wicker off the first ball he re-
    ivcl Ha and Hae took It
    i.n-ll> until '<;i "hen the score-
    WH 237.
    Raetorllni Show
    The 250 w.-iit up aftsn li l
    .une number ol
    minutes Visions Of a I
    score by the Wist IndWi aWa
    given n ru coti jumped out to J* I
    was stumped afU-r making 1 l
    Goddard changed bis batting
    order, sending Gome/ in Rn*
    reached his century in tbt next
    over from Jenkins, his third I OK
    In Test criikrl
    He had bean advisedly cnuUoui
    taking four hours and 35 mlnuutt
    to complete his centur.
    ting often appeared ovm
    VI
    shadowed by Weekes and Wor-
    rell during their stay, but his wai
    a stcrllns effort.
    He had shown that lie well
    knew how to deal with tin- loot*
    ball on several occasions and hit
    14 lours In his hundred
    He did not last long aftr, H
    hit one Irom Jenkins van n.ti.t
    and the bowler held MuUrlnfc
    return catch. Chii-Tuuu JolnOfl
    Gomez who soon weir.
    stumped yards out Of his craaao
    when going out to .i JMkb
    tlighted legbreak
    UoddanlTo Slop Km
    Goddard CfJBM oul tohtlpChrht-
    tiam stop tin- lot wiuiii ihrentan
    ed. Both hatsimu PUrVlvad ,i\ -
    peals, but they went i
    nniu-dly to r.uv, UV I......I i -
    minutes play.
    The BOM had llOWOd down ."!'
    Yardley. ufter 12 ndnules had |QM
    by without .i run U-ing scored,
    made many quiik cKang)
    not until he brought on Wardlt-
    for the second time to-day that
    England wan tcoeasful, God
    dard being bowled off his pads by
    Wardle's third deliver.
    Goddard had baited Ixddly bill
    dully and made 14. lb arg
    making one of bis few timui';
    strokes, but had eontii
    valuable innings by ltaytn| 86
    minutes.
    No more runs wen- added und
    tin- d.iVs pluy closed at 320 with
    Christian) undafoatad with Xi and
    Jones nut out 0.
    The Scores
    laggard i. wi.1.11,
    .n,. not out
    anas
    ToUl tlor T wHui
    rail of ckvut: 1 (or SI II
    I 113. lor Sflt i lot I.
    -. gf
    miwi.iKu anai ran
    The Weather
    TO-DAY
    Sun risen: 5.41 a.m
    Sun sets: i. '4 p.m.
    Moon tfull) June It, i
    l Kill In, 7 (Ml p.m.
    High Wnter: 12.11 p ni
    YKSTEROAY
    KalnUM < minii.:i.. .25
    Ids.
    ini.il for in..mil tit yester-
    day: 10.40 hm
    Wind dlrerUon (9.00 a.m I K.
    (11.00 i oi i by S.
    Temperature (Ma*.) 72.5 F.
    Wind velocity: 9 milr* per
    hour.
    IIm.mu.i., i....... ,,. 29 985.
    (11.00 a.m.! 29.9RI
    ;f^fhey1]"JDo^ti Every Time
    1
    ,1he office
    pkx-is
    forever',
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