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PACE III.I1T Northamptonshire Draws Game With W.l. D. Brookes. Livingston Defy Tourists Howling WEST INDIES (for 8 wkts dec) — 431 NORTHAtiTS 252 (and for i) 206 NORTHAMPTON. July 11. Despite rain (during the lunch interval to-day which I made tlie pitch awkward for a while, Northamp' %  easily furced a draw with the Wi % %  i.• ui i ;; w-.nr, lure The county batted splendidly when fort on I?H na babind and when the gune andad I 27 runs afand with 9 wickets in hand. Mart with ;t rand at 82, D %  %  mil bat partni i Livingston %  %  I and pulluia powerfully 0 ki '^ n.r th> partnership pa**e< BUj Hit IURBADOK AttXtK ATE HI li.M SHAY. .11 I V 12 I9.1H It BROOKES County Cricket ResuttH LONlXlN. Julv II, At Birmingham wai riuhtr U-Ji Middlooes '->> 10 wickets, Middlcex 200. (Robertson 8, md Ki" (Sharp not out ti.Si Warwkkahlng Ml, (DoUan 185). At Nottingham Yorhshbn bMl Nottinghamshire by MI inning* and 124 runs: Yorkshire Q2, (Huttnn 153, Wilson 143 I. Mi. NotUnaham stall 78. Stocks DM OtM breaker 8 for Sfi) and ll I %  • IIIlafcar r f.>t eti. Wardk 4 roi I7i At i.i.n. Ilj i ilanwraan-Olou laatiriliin sin 400 (ParkhouM ifli. E Da vie* M), Glouceotei In :• (Crapp, 68. Haver f i 85 Tor 1; ITom %  I 50). At the Oval, B4 htai K. m by 8 wickets; Kent 25U. fCUr* •* Surndgc 5 f.u 771 (Fag* not out 71, Lai Sutrcv 218. (Constable 77. Mnntyre 72), and 121 for 2. At Worthing Sussex best Somerset by H vicki U Sussex 'l<: roi 4 (dad I, (Ji tin LandgrMfe 241. I ox K7i. and Bl ic, (Irish noi out 75, I for II), und 30(1; (Ti Rogers not -ui 80, Cornford 5 <\ 07). '%  %  re bi N i m Dei by i Irs .: (Ravall %  •. H arto ; rot ?:> and 273. (Revel] IN, EUiotl ". Smith 59, Tttersall 5 for 72). Lancashire 221 (Wharton 59. I (or 79, H i for IB,, and M4; (Hamer 3 (oa H) Ai Weaieiiff, i shire inut.h drawn; lases IM (Bailey 08. Jsi kson 6 for %  J65 for 9 dselarad; (Cray 84. Walsh 7 for 921; Let %  210. (Palmer 65, Tompkin 00. Ru^ .Smith 5 for W4i :mc| 23n roi Bi (Wataon ins; At Lord*. Cnmbiidge-Oxiord !nter-Varsii match drawn; Cam. 7H. Ryneveld B for ib> %  7 declared (Stevenson not out 841, Oxford t'nivci i .5) snd 122 for 5, Carr 55. —healer Mexico DefetsteCoba In IJuvis Cup Series HAVANA, July II Mexico, lorj bj winning UH first I in the doubles, brm cubj 0 tn their American Zone I Up I"' They won |he two remaining singles ti> mske .. clean *wrep of tr.i encounter filch fuaUfles them for .i i ling "itli Austrai i anada in the A B i In the tw ill • ingles Rafael Ortcg beat Jollr. nchlvrr) 1 Q %  B i I and Alfred.. Millet ln-ut Ojffcndo OarrWo t: „ j ; %  < *rw. %  %  %  %  < %  here pta i s/hih %  %  unbnA added 144 in I in minutes II 111 thai Itlng .sixes ami ID fDUH i!'t agaiiiKt %  an Hi battad three hours five .md hit 9 (ours, mostly With well plated drive* Ilui-fn, %  .:.. %  la I three Count %  UB wnkclj (ell for 37 curate with his off iret for |hc • to 4 for 51. broke the stubborn eighth wicket partnership alter IS inns had iieen added unnsedl .in. on aith I I bad Jakeman > mcht b> Ooddard il ullj n„ thai bataman had been at the kit for a total of two 0 rg n rune. Garlirk gave William. •rpoint .i catch the next over (run Gomes, and Fiddlms ws Dowh .A Wi.neii i.i eini the innuigi bowled his oft bn %  i. iracy In gaining 33—15—51—4. .,i„t Oldfiald butte i COnfidcntl) m ihe County's secon i lespitc quick bowlin. .md were Mil tofatht at lunch, tahfln %  lew minute roush rain. itam The rain during lun •even thai there wan watn on 101110 ol Un • BSU I ,ii the ootlield. bill the ground dried quickly and plaj Iftai only Ihiee quartern of an hour delay Only lour run WSfl id M b fore the llr-l wicket pSXtnTSblp It] IWO ATlei hit1 -'it p 1 %  pi 'int to the OldnaU .illempted a i id drlva bul simkeil a • .itch at II %  %  1 it bowed -igu.1 %  k '..il .1 bul 1 Jv the Australlai %  1 attacked the bowlin %  %  %  minutes, llU-llldlll, l With lit % % %  1 vlckel puii match > %  1 l • Damiew •.MimiANT"1 : INNINQS 1 >' !• . -..0,. 11 b Hmiiarfl. H..r...i. %  '-.fc 1 UIPKI.IMI b n. Q RanaShlN jMmaan DOWI MO sNALVaa %  sill \IMI( siiimlili whh rounded up the sr.nnd Tel ri.dii uitd Wslroll gettUH IV sluiii|>Skipper l.o.l.l.id 1 in il-<. he srrii uith .1 jgsa< smilr on hi* fare Thompson Retains Crown RANLsTT. St^-Tordshire. July |l Itniv Tbompaon, from rhoklcton Man. n • iinsd bli Bjrlti n iiipionshlp when he defested T mmj M< and tried b) make entrj ;.ttack at close quarters .ifter I!" worried Thc4tipson constantly with '• %  Oll.l iiljllt but the rhamplon usually manage i b out .it danger, and then with long leftfollowed by ., short right il :ftc points —Reiner. Gate Receipts In Rio Soccer ROI DE JANEIRO July 111 Th,. gate ncalpti tot ti %  H Football Championships Which ,.re being plajad bare an expected to realise tome 3.OOO.IMHI 1 lU/el|n This L not taking into account 1 llib "i an) play od In tlie final I->I which is nov/ bains daoktad From the 18 games •)• %  Urn j] .. dr.-.have taken nearly 24.000.000 cru/. : 11 nslning four ganana auto return at lej-.: another 12,000 cru/iim: Gate recelpti ••>< gpain, (four i %  realised ogarl] rtai n llloa cni* MX an.I tin.'.q ,.r. 1 million 'in imea over BM %  it..b < • %  pmss IJOO, It. Md Chile's 'l %  %  1 rRd.noii I 0| t'n-ii 1 .LI 1 %  ihC mini., in il 1. 171 5.000. Hater WEST INDIES PLA Y LEICESTER TODAY Koreans FoAW Hark U.S. Troops • from pjce 1 Commuiu eanci i %  1 ::i %  rails • %  down below the 37th pai..ll I Supplying American and South K. ie..n (brcee In thi iront Hi %  boeeening very difficult, for potholed roads—never good HM ,ue sJree Is churned to quumirei Me,, iipiarters of Ihe Far East 11 1.' Ted that three Yak 19 let Aghtari had been seen n tn This wss believe.' to ne the first time North Koreans, had put jei Aghtei BH P01 oms dayi Ansarkan plaisSS had reported no an* oppo-i1 lespondenl in Rue.i |..i 'he II1.11 -1 Gio.u Of Nan papers Of Amenta was reported musing to-day He last seen at the front reStei lay morning —Renter. Thtrj'll Do It Every Time CXD.NAR:L.V THIS IS THE MOST GLOROUS / V'EW N AME*CA*-yOU 'CAN SEE THREE STATES FROM HERE, OVER THERE IS PEA SOUP CPVE.THATS RAZOR ROCK VACHT CLUB WHERE THE L16HT ISrhe West f 1 ive reached an ay m.u i; of tneir nature csrxi in Bogrtand, and to day th--. pan 1 %  eiKhteenth gan %  I %  •! % %  K %  inre W F Mill, bowbng 1.1.it KeiiMiigton lor the 1926 MCC team hniufflH Us the breath at Leicestershire, the count. Gearv, Sidwell and Dnwson, and which was once captained by C S Dempter the New Zealand batsman. Game* with Leicestershire ha o always l>een very keenly contestad. .mil 'he We t Inch, single win to their credit to date. This was in 1900. on their tlrs: Vlelt to England. They lost the 1906 engagement, and since tr %  am hSJ always interfered to p vent .in outright decision Four games, 1923. i28. 1953 and 1939 were loft drawn The 1900 game was memorable from the fact that C. A. Ollivler.e and P F (now Sir Plum) Wirnn who Opened HM West Indies inn %  the score to 238 before rnped for a wel' played III OUhdarra went on IP romplet 1 1 :;Miant 159 and the W 1 ...ilected 386. Tinproved more than enough (or the county players who were dismissed tor 80, ami 219 by some fine bowling by Woods and BurCapt E L CfaaUanor. %  broSwi Of George Chsllenor, turned out tor the County in the l0fi game, Whai 1 West indies ost by a 111. r. in of 25 runs. Leicestershire batting first scored 274 and the West Indies replied with 242 of which Lebrun Constantino made 92 The County rattled up 318 in their seconu innings giving the West Indies 351 to make for victory. Not a whit dismayed our lads made a gallant bid, the last wicket falling at 326 Tw,.s a gallant defeat Since then the other games were all unfinished. In 1923. Ferof British Guiana becaM? :urtershire by 0 o it of the W I • 1 g peg i ad 11 1 West Indict declaration ot 10S I 1 -itei rain had ball Set to re; 25i2 to svoid .iefe.,: I he : f ended %  • %  the 1928 game, The s< were Leicestershire 228 ana for 9 declsn w. %  M lor 2 wickets M.u Gr mth and Lcary Constantino did s. me line b.,wling in this pi faeh Liking 4 wickets In the County's first innings In 1913 rain washed out the first da> of play and then the W. 1 mad* 158 of which George Heao ley got 80 Leicestershire replies with 295 in spite of Martindale with 4 for 89 snd "Puss" Achong witn 4 for 84 The West Indies had scored 243 lor 8 when the end arrived. Another drawn game. And so too in 1939. West indi led off with 182. and Leicestershire put up 208 In reply with Martindale taking 5 tor 67 runs In their .it.und visit to the middle tre West Indies had scored 314 for H wickets when stumps wer^ drawn, leaving a fourth fixture unfinished There will be one other fixture Derbyshire, alter this game before the West Indi* enter on the third and most momentous Test. Injuries are taking their toil, and while Skipper John musl nurse his team carefully he will no doubt do his best to notch y .mother victor> W 11 ttie rah) lake a hand on< again In this fixture" We hope not *-B M the Hili West (mi tn nil GOES ACTION THIS WEEK-END starts FRIDAY—BIG DOUBLE ROXY I KMM>-THE-SOMt DCTKTIVE STOIY TERRY TOWELLING fo< bjlh rotxM 1 %  tn dark ihadet 30 inches wide %  H —$1.59 DUNLOP mm WHITE Ml -e*$1.98 RED per yd $1.63 CAVESHEPHERD&Coltd. 10. II. 12 6c 13 Broad Street. OI'K.M.M. GLOBE • 11111,%%. July I llh 111! IS SH0IT IUI SWIIT INSMUYI III'-I l\X< I I III I /I II". 1 and I GALLON SIZE. ALSO M.\IZ: AND CORN Mill-. — AND — ICE SHAVXRS CA1X AND SELECT YOURS AT ONCE totabhsbed I8C0 I. HERBERT Lid. "ST 10 & 11 Roebuck Street. I BOOK TO-DAY /or ihe BII rGBST SHOW OK THE YEAR -. With The GREATEST THRILLS THE SCREEN HAS EVER SHOWN: IN CILORIOL'S TECHNTCOLOR I 14.11 I 111 SOI AIIO.\ 1RIDAY 14—5 & H.:l<> ii.ni. I'LAZA I III A I Id % % % % % % % % % % % % %  % % % % %  % % % % %  .• % %  %  % % %  %  %  ^^W^^VMW ^MM^^^S SYDNEY 6KEHSTKETJOflff HODUK LIONEL BARRYMORE Sc.e.nPUiO, rumiFEIiTOrl %  Brad On An Onpnjl Stori by MANCHESTER 60D0V MM 1 tew as • MM vm 10*1 A MUD CMOWTl wave* llCIIWf fW.., w/ /..,v. w w // You I 411, V II,;, I J llifs,I iihif. J; -' THANIS I SUPER 1 £me.> Crosse ft Blackwell s PURE CURRY 111WHER 65 cent.' 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w r.t)\i:sDAV. JILT 12. issn Two-Parly Merger In Poland BARBADOS ADVOCATE P\GE THRU i'H( : I ...i in I night There was on lhi occaa 01. the widespread publiri*> thai attended (he fusion tsBWiaen • Ma* aocUUM and Cosnanumsts in Devetnbcr 1948 It, form the Comnunaal dominated Pol in h United Worker-. Parly or Ian year', .-.mlniiation of the three Peasant Partv Groups. TinKun.r, organ of the Demo. sually regard*-a here u r UM mtellirtlUIUStS— —an da plain from page *tatemen: that the merger had taken place The Labour Party loam it* *epi Olitjf and there will be m change in the pjirty officials controlling the Democrats Political observers in Warsaw, the message added, believed yes-tp m juM one more along 'he read to single party domination in Poland, expected baton the next General Election I due in 1951. Britain, Yemen Hold Talks LONDON, Jul> 10. Britain i nd Yemen will U all outstanding mutual problems. Including frontier dellmination i*lablishmenl ol diplo..I'lons at talks in London beginning on August 28. it was announced t>> the Govtrnoi *-f Aden. Sir Reginald Stuart Champion todAy. Among matters due for consid. tl;e incident of Naz" Manjud. last August when Royal Air Force planes bombed a Yemen fort in the Shab)a district which iclaimed by Britain to lie Within the Aden Piottv bV the Yt-mmi to be Y< On ritor>' The agenda for the d tin n %  i f Ihf dtIl. II or the status osM fronUr I I • xlrted ..i the time of the Anglo-Yemen Ttputv of 1934 —Reuter. U.S. Using Pressure On Greece: PRAGUE. July 11. The Greek Communist partv Wd that, coinciding with Ibnal -intervention" in • %  llM American Imperialists thai the moment has tome for action in the Balkans." Recording to Ceteea. c.rT -Vews Agency. DM Pohtbureau of the Greek Com m u nl gt party made the following statement m a broudcast % %  Kiw Gret k Hadio 'Thr united Slates || exercising permanent pressure M -.it direct nffitBTj action In thBalkans %  I'roviK tatton BfaJnat Albunir. and Bulgaria continue The imaginary threat by Albania to Greece is alleged to prepare the ground for direct military action against the Albanian People's hspubl,c which tho Americans have chosen as their (Irst European victim because they consider her to be intolerable". —Reuter Cpl. Jones Is On The Alert NABS THREE MORE Soviets Again Hold Up Traffic IN BBRLIN Hi vy ere yesterday Virtue's Reward I'KNSAX ENGLAND Farmer Albert Smith tolled for live yean to make hli farm a %  It should have been a huppv day when h,received a letter from the Ministry of Agriculture fcckm.vL.liiine his work and granting hi, "Grade A" certificate ... except that he also received a letter from the Ministry of Works informing him that hi* farmland was to be torn up foe open aajil coalfield-; IN S. lu-iirli Agreement In Tin Negotiations WASH1NIITON, July 10, u lion Pi nance Corpor 1111 JI naaotlall U agreement an termlaton for the pun %  / around half of i tin output, R.F.C officials snid today. Thej stressed that the ntfotlators agreement, now being dratted pact lor-n by attorneys. rRaT.C Directors end lhe Bolivian tin interests before a contract could be signed. The I.long under Ihf pfavtoua contract < >i December 3i. 1949, apparei tie wove tpurrad by dv break of lighting in K i the recent recovery in tin prices — %  ruler Oil Company Makes Transfer Of Asset* TORONTO. July 10. International Prtroin.ni Com* p.mv. UfDttad uiniouu.t'U toda> thai it had transferred the marjtotol Its Colombia alBUau-. fi opK.ii oil Company to a newly (mil aj KM | Colombian:.'. wiUCn would market and dintribute petroleum product! througliuui Colombia. Cuiieiic* exchange control authorities under tne Columbian Minirter ol Finance, Dr. Huiuu JaramUlo Oeampo had made the new marketing arrangements possible, Internationa) Petroleum %  aid, by providing thai the marketing assets of EMU Columblana .should be i i' in unportec foreign capital. uh dividends earned by the new company ci subject tu remiiianci foreign abaiabolden. —Reuter Just So LONDON %  Britain nU turned thumbs down .i Uia pt> of "flyThe tutcr-sei vices Aircrafl re* iournal of the Briliih %  \n Minis'.' r iinlfli ai i thai in Britain v.heie there are tfloui trained baarvei eat Feu ,i %  i baV*. Ix-en n; I •No Royal Otoarvar ba Sighted, lUUefa lc ma neat a m the flying aaucem. celctia! or uliernatural. do not exit IN 6. imposed on Hiras) inotnnsi. i ul exoaadlni UM uaaxl limit. The .es were all broughl bv Cpl. • 4 % %  I Prafll iiranch %  rag i; led on Wiiimm Rotertson of Hastiiig.s (or speeding with ::.< car X—1U1 at the rat off 31/7 m j, I. on Bay Street. whuh ki a highway un June 17 The speed limit for this area la 20 m.ph Juiin Marshall ol Uiiglittm LUck RN Bvffl K...KI Minister Maurice Webb has found the British meat utioii loo lough to eat. A deputation of butchers called on the Minister and complained about the poor nualit> two n.niton siipplieil to the shops during the past few month*. Webb told the butchers he had mutton delivered to his weekly ration but found it too tough in could not gel hu teeth intu it and had to send tt away. %  Ill Unclaimed Bread LONDON A 22t-year-old legacy which tequcathed two loaves of bread a week to "the poor" of the village j of Saint Mary Cray. Kent County, 1 Rngland, remain* unclaimed No| bj the lucid The gift was left in the will of [ Valentine Sparrow, of St Marv | Crajr, *IK. died in 1726 and is \ burled in the chancel of the parish i Inn. h He bequeatlied 14 cents weekly to the poor In hread Other bequests in Spai row's | will of 52 94 to the vicar. SI.48 t" h clerk and $5 6U to the \ < bur.-hwardens for looking after hli monument, are RUII carried I %  ut annually. I.N s. HKKLIN lulj 11 Russia baa rataaaad it; WeGerman postal railwa\ wagatmwhich were contlcated on Sunday night, but bj Mill holding six Twelve ,,f 16 niched Iteilm thll morning ami the other foui ware sent to Hanover In the British Zone West Berlin postal spokesman disclosing this said 318 parcelwere scired and some others damaged when the waggons were detained at the fronaS check. point at Manetibotn In the Soviet Zoom IIHI %  ilkaj ,i.-.i off Battta Another West (ivnuan pofdal train also arrived here this moeiimg It included six mail waggonwhich had passed Morienlmrn without being cheeked It ;.s stattsl last night that It Sundays waggons were not released by ioday, this would be regarded as evidence that Hussions again intended to interfere with rail trafili Soviet Zone between W. t Cninany and Berlin The Western Allies win*, believed to be prepared to a strong protest against tin tinued holdup. Soviet Officer* at Maiuiibon. who blocked waggon were the stme whose interference with intrr/onal trains once betmc paved the way fur the blockade of Herlin In June 1S48 These ofll.ers had been absent from Marienhorn for more than a year —Htule* Missing ILS, Plane Sighted WASHI\C;TON. Jubj 10. Wreckage of an \ i h an plane musing fur a monl II IS members of a chuirh group %  cast of Bnrancas. < 81 He '• i %  i .i U) da th.it ||M rep-.rt %  I the United 8*ei I Bogota which adviseit thai %  •arcli party would leave for tin ajta ri.. plan,-. ., Dakota oarrying maanbara of the New Tnaai Mi. Mon ChWch gn>u|> to Maracalbo Venezuela, left Miami o June s Air search b) I'mte States. Colombian a n d Vom Jllelan pl.m.s bai In-.n for the past three araeki —Reuter P A *s I F *^ naki KI l!l It l> HOMilKD ARKAS LONDON Provincial elthH and towns n< Bnblln are b> be allucate'i 5> I-'Olio.iido next year for rebuilding bombed areas. This will be spent almoat entirel> foi reconstructing bukinesii ccntii ilevnstated bv iir raids. lro\-. Beal V pear OOHMAM'llaaYU H I NQ C %  eta lert vi.ai. in. |(.% %  erenu l*eter J llUncv. i. .. UUTM h ,i eni ol rasjlmontatlon t\ i affvan aaofithi hi i put up lha Hi i. on hli vicarage, saying. "A iili iiaaa mu t not utai M< |he """i an uiiinuncll. "I'ut the r up or we Hill do it lor %  i i tinlull IN S AEPTEX JF^ MOKK BULLETS LONDON Farmer, hi Britain are ipi-aling to the government to take the purchase tax off cartdge* Kodenta and Aced-eallnit v overrunning the farmn (Of). Thu well-cut BBgflM sliin h made in t Acnc. the original Cellular labrh. Il it specially designed to keep yom bod) at an esen temperature Tiny cell* in IIK MM em'k: \our SKIV to breathe. ^ u mil keep In and sta> fn Ji in Acu>. l>ird> 9„ x • •MlH.I.. t NAME . ; ^^m^^m^m^m^m^ SPECIAL ATTENTION BAKERS SHOPKEEPERS HOUSEWIVES BE SURE AND ASK FOR GOLDEN CRUST < \V\li\ S FINEST HAKIM. l-'MII'll /• If cfura-S are asked to g*oti our Workshop will b.> tinged a. (rom Monday 3id Jul. tO Saturday the Kth July, 19&0. Inclusive, for the p irpow of granting uur Workmen their Aanual Holiday Arrjingemenl* have been roada fur emergency work to be undertaken during thik ptno i ..i i tl.r del'very of eon.pleted work tvfll be runtitiued an usual Our Her.iiandise Departmeri: and Office will b^* b'jtuuesi as usual. ^najarlaiil n ll\^ HHir. I ri'.4 l1RTIln\| -tin I i K,V In Touch With Barbados CoaaUl SUIion i mi • ilh in* I. iwing HMpl miiei lh R^lbMkL i %  SI -ION U\II A. SKI. P Alr.ii l-ll.i ft < %  a v., i. a a Hiiu. as iniii-i w/u**-v PII ,% %  %  MAIL NOTICES 1 Mt ii In I hcuraltNe\* Colonial Stani|i l.i N1K)N A ii..I., ..| tl>new >tumps isstieil by llM OW eminent of Muuritiuthis mout'i The dodo, of COUZaa kl now exlinct But tlbJrdl wenplen> (ul when Ibe bland >'•' iTBt dlsmvered It i thr first Un) dm hflaurlUuS has had I,i III i v itn pk tnrial deMKiiNiiill IVirne.. i. ;Uii piu< I i UU tar I i i, i *"I4P I Nrei Test Calls LONDON Hi. Londoi Dailj F< i. i. M.-1 'i ,i uti flBjhUna; in Keren it* information more than i.Suu .ii. %  .I.I The Minieet ol Inquii In Ofdjl I %  i %  un iii %  %  iit* h bet im n land and Ihe Wesl ludus Id* nTIn en l.in Iun,-. tOUHIB" I l %  Iharthair a ci < i lUorl • ml Korea. —I.N .8, FLY TO NEW YORK ..... LARGEST, FASTEST, MOST LUXURIOUS COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT WORLD! in the DOUBLE IDECKED! 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PAOl torn BARBADOSADVOCATK UI I.M SDAY, M I V IX, 19SU BARBADOS I AlMXffTE I'.Md b. Ik* \. ui Hi--* -i mn" nbf third Te*l Match beltteen F.nfeluntl and the B Trent lh id-1 \otliit. It'int article about Nottmghamsk Wednesday. July 12. 195* TIIAVM'OIM THK entire travelling public led by the Commissioner of Police and the staff of the Department of Highways and Transport have been endeavouring to give the fullest cn-nperation in the effort to bring the best results from the new traffic regulations. But there is public opinion that the concessionaires and the inspectors who travel on the routes could do more to see that the regulations are properly carried out. The activities of the Police in seeing to it that the regulations dealing with the overloading of 'buses are strictly obeyed have brought much desired comfort to those who are compelled to travel by the 'buses. Five passengers only can now travel in one seat. This restricts the number to 27 passengers on a 'bus except a few which have been recently constructed to carry 81. It has brought alight inconvenience to those who cannot get seats when once the 'bus is tilled to capacity. In many instances the concessionaires have not put extra 'buses on the route even at the peak hours between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. and again between .1.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. when clerks and other city workers are travelling to and from work and breakfast. This situation is even aggravated by the fact that inspectors and owners of these 'buses sometimes travel the entire route occupying a seat which might have been available to some passenger. Already the accommodation is insufficient and to reduce the number of seats even by one is to bring a sense of frustration to those who have no other means of travel. It ought to be an easy matter to travel part of the distance to check the number of passengers on the out going trip and then to await the incoming bus to return to the central terminus. The effective check is that which is done at irregular and unexpected moments but for an owner or an inspector to travel the entire route to check the 27 passengers is to defeat the object of the regulation and to add to the inconvenience which the travelling public is now experiencing. The entire transport system and the policy of granting concessions is for the benelil of the public and not the concessionaires or the members of their staff. The system of 'bus transport as was pointed out in the House of Assembly last week, is nothing less than a monopoly system; and those to whom concessions have been granted ought to realise that this privilege carries with it a responsibility to cater efficiently to the needs of the travelling public on that particular route. To leave people standing in the street or to prevent them from catching 'buses on other routes merely because an owner or his inspector is desirous of remaining m a scat which an intended passvnger wanted is to defeat the object of the system. A week ago the question was raised in the House of Assembly as to whether it was not the duty of the Government to investigate the seriousness of the situation in which several school children from St. Philip had been left on the streets of Bridgetown in the afternoon when they had already paid in advance for their monthly transport. It was even held that any concessionaire who allowed this might have broken the contractual obligation. Now the same complaint is made in the City. The system of concessions was introduced in order to prevent unregulated co'rnpetition which brought chaos without satisfying the needs of the travelling public. Private organisations such as Cable & Wireless and certain schools have their own form of transport Could this decentralisation not be extended for the DtMfll of the travelling public ;is u whole? rJSX^fftt&tJUS* QUICK AND PROGRESSIVE W jre't historic pavilion. %  * ......... wtI ICII UI I I III AS!JHES AT I III \ I lilt I IN. 17 k D.V.SCOTT TODAY'S SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE There is a treat In store for all lovers of nickel fortunate enough to be able to visit the Nil 11 ngh an ish Ire pavilion when the third Teat Match between England and the Wen Indie* starts it Trent Bridge, on Thursday. July 20. Among many historic balls tin-y MftU BSS) the !.r t ball i.rr used by the Australians in England, during a match, played on May 20. 21 and 22. 1878. In whkr Nottinghamshire defeated the isitors by an Innings and 11 Nearby is the ball with which frank Bhadloeh took four Somersetshire wiekets In tour hall %  at Trent Bridge, on June 3. 1893 Among the interesting bats to be seen in ihis historic pavilion Is ono dating trom 1.800. It is three lathi longer than those of today and is shaped like tin butt of a musket. Another bat which impressed me was ono n.ide fieri U .nn-ieni oak pine. c part of Uie famous bridge across the river Trent, which is just outside the ground. It is claimed that the wood Trom which this bat was made was under water for a thousand yearn. Like George Parr's far-famed tree, which still stands on the square leg boundary, near the rlw, and into which "The Lion of North", as he was called, was wont to hit many sixes in his day. one of George Parr's bats is also on view, while his portrait graces the pavilion wall George Parr (1828—81) captained Nottinghamshire from 18M until 1869. His picture reminds us of how cricket fashions have changed Beneath his topper hu wears a benrd and a heavy black moustache, u black bow-tie, tight hite trousers nnd black boots! If GsofSJI 1'arr. like Leary Constnntlne of ti later generation. was known for his aggn the .ucket. so was Alletson. In n frame there is this astonishing information—quite worth thinking about' n> Brie I.. ii..i.M.<...M "A Notts Cricketer** World rttbOUl parallel in cricket history. %  Notts v. Sussex, at Brighton. 1011 a Nottinghamshire player, was an hour making his. He nil his second fifty in a quartet of -n hour Aftei lunch he %  cored. 115 out of 120 in an, Lilting Kiliiik fur 22 in one over anil 34 in another His 189, uu! of 227. occupied him ninety minutes Dr. w c Grace, to data tha greatest batsman oi all time, is %  ommvinoraleu by a Coalpori CUM plate, whicn was aligned to mark ihe Doctor's success in .scoring a century of esnturtas, which he act ompluhcd between the years 18fli and 18W5 In the * tiiev di> return UnUi lhair wlvr. artd chlblrri, Thtir lolly there to mourn Hhri—xl. lialtU.eartnl. l-atirel. 8SSM may WOST." Even the expert radio commentj.tois sometimes haw lUftkulty in distinguishing the dark f.. % %  the West Indians. This difficulty was overcome by members or the first Australian side to visit England, by their wearing distinctive colours The scorocard of 'A Grand Cricket Match' between Mir Australian XI and Nottingham Comii August 3 and 1. IKti*. Illu nnd also reveals that this team • ill "Aboriginals," with the exception of DgBM v.... Lnwrence 11 %  Brat Australia. i I it Eiland came l\n yean later and was men.ioi.cd curlier m thai II The visitor >.' ti.ii, % %  — surely Hem -de-plumes' — voluirs and % %  I as follOWS — tint %  *<•>* InnlHi. U.I.). HW. lUiac* • o .v hlta • Miillagh i-.-i.. a I... | mm 1-an.t. „k, .1 .,, %  •!.. S.M> r ( 'Pii.ki T*..p mi. tD.ab IS'., Jim C rw defeated their Austral ;>< %  dared at a judicious moment Why they dl :• in." of thiN itraiHi game, the record of which reed Itks i mg huge leg-pull! The Trent Bridge Ground wa* foundc.1 on May 2B. 1838, by William Clarke (i:8—1856). wh, I,.. justly gone down into History ..finfather of Nottinghamshire Cricket." Clarke the owner Of the "Old Trent Bridge Inn." skippered the county club for From iS3j. Hialso started and captained an AllEngland XI, in 1H46. and did much to raise the level of English cricket The present visitors from the Caribbean will be able to handle one of the very bats which Claritf used to make many runs on the ground he founded beside his old int. on the bank of the Trent—i ground which ha sold to thi county in 184". His strong, hospitalili I aei. clean shaven, save foe side a/hiakere, siiii trom the pavilion wall, bidding them welcome and wishing them the luck they so richly descr AUSTRIA NEXT? VIENNA By SUlr Sr. rrtar* The sickle that is poised to FKKIHNAND GBAt reap Austria Into Russia's EuropChief of Austrian Seearlty Farces. can basket is a grave threat that Communists Und in few free people of the world racics like Italy lealixe That i< the blunt (Note. Austrian warning of a government official have never polled in an unique position to know— per cent of the vote Sta'.iie. ietai> Ferdinand Graf, election i la i ai ; algn of hatred and evenge depriving them of the .ii-. :.i live They free demoecalled anybody a Na/l frao intiriiu, Franca cadad tot punislunant in accorCommunists dance with la* and humanity. :iuiithan .'• At the BBTOC time, the Comruj] ntuntMl have a huteau with many which ihej established hlef of Australia 1 security This immunity against Boltfaevuolice. ism however, must not glyi i;i,t iconsulered utM di ">" t0 puisSBM fS tblU an i Ar'n.i .. .. (aarlaaa and oubfiwken men subjected to the Communist in Kuropo. A member of the power policy lo a very special Conservative People's Party, who degree. attacks Bolshevism under th Let me exilain further: very noses of Russian oecupaAustria still does not know tkW torCM. he makes It clear Uie price and the date for which in this artlclo for International and when they will again be News Service that if Austria masters In their own house, wants lo remain lice. It must World Bolshevi-m in Austria .oiisnlei and combat Ihe danger intentionally tries lo muke cupiiit every turn. He tells, firsthand, how the Communists operate It would be a great mistake underestimate the power of orld Bolshevism in Austria This borderland nation ht jecled to dangers that ital of this lack of security. Does the United States ki how difficult It ts for Austria ti balance its budget as long as thi financial rt of the Comlnfoini. Which iMI igned to win over the very Nazis whose Uvclibad 0''prived. DM sh;iineles.sness marks tloffl I signatures for the Commuiii-t panCa swindle by which they betters they are able to threaten the Austrian people ,iiy ffsctrn vraj TI* dangle the promise of a treaty return (or itum B] Uatnj tlneat' |h0) hope ts g: in what Ihev cannot ISM li in I free nation i^irrandst As persistent ns the people of Austrll .'I.i iii.t Communisi I i 11. %  11 t %  %  i. r.: i %  i t Ik* I IIW l\ H IAI I.I-:V LOS ANCJKLKS North Kurean war machinery is undoubtedly being supplied by industrial plants kept | intact above the thirty-eighth parallel, plus imp-iriations of equipment and arms from 1 Russia and whatever remains oi United' States lcnd>lease material When our mission visited North Korea in 11*40. we went there infoimed from numerous %  OUTcSsj that industrial plants had been di> mantled and carried away as war booty or, repara'.ions. We were misinformed. We visited Pyongyang. Kyompio'o, Chinnampo. Sunchon. Smuiju, Yongampo, Wonsan and Mump'ytui We inspected substantially all of the industries in these areas which included iron and | steel, metal working, chemical, power, mine mills and smelters, textiles, and pulp, paper J and food. Most of these industries we found were i operating. Work was being done by Japanese prisoners of war and Japanese technical assistants. Russian troops and guards were' everywhere. In most instances we were told that j Koreans were unable to operate plants, so it was necessary for the Soviet occupation authorities to import Russian help and use Japanese skilled labour. When our time for visiting North Korea ran out — we were given live days, but were i permitted to stay six — General I. M. Chistiakov. Commanding General of the Soviet | Armed Forces tn Korea, entertained us at j dinner. His words pledged friendship. Today, we. are lighting the Communist aggressors from the very spot where this pledge was made | General Chistiakov said: (in a prepared speech) "The friendship between the American and Soviet peoples, strengthened on the battlefields against the common enemy—the Fascist Germany and the aggressor Japan — is the basis of great victories in the second world war. "I express my confidence that also in the future the friendship of our democratic people will grow and strengthen. It will be the basis of our victories in the common struggle (or peace and security in the whole world, .ind will help in the progress of the whole industry. "I am sure that the reciprocal respect and understanding which is the basis of co-operation of our peoples will lead us to a quick and progressive decision on all questions con nected with the establishment of Democratic Korea." The "quick and progressive decision" has been warfare. —I.N.S. BATHROOM SUPPLIES DOWN BUITB8 HIGH-UP SUITES c AST-IKON BOXES WC TANS "S tin BTEFPANI HAM SAUSAGE :Nlh tin RED CHERRIES IN SYRUP Paw tin PEEK FREANS TWIC.LKTS DUTCH APPLE SAUCE FLOrit S7.I2 prr Rac "1 IU lh*. uf the counIMI to effective Communist lh I.M'tU I tu the .-..id.-. : .1 ,rul •.-(%  momif naturr suboi one of the occupation powers, like DOM older In ihe world. Ions as a high percentage An tr i.i the nly country of .pe->mU*,|. of lh. cnlir. Iho tui .h„ wanl or no u> ""Vul. h< To m nSl P.rl, in j_,., ,._, Vienna Is so unimportant, with doubt that ^ mgu B||mb-f of supporton '" nnd the fov oiShtensd fellow trnvellers. It Is the only party of !f5...„2fT, a „" Austria which enjoys any support .hi which has not succumbed at nil'.' ;o the choking grip of a There can be n 'People's Democracy" although world Bolshevism troop units of the Red Army nre reach the goal which on its soil. On the other hand. It nl the only freely-elected g the world which is adder. via., economic measures Ihe ui! has lie elect ons In Austria; namely. fnmi lhl Red Army and of Ih -a "Peoples Democratic' lurrencr ,t| rc Russian power apparatus p would be irresponsible for ministrating ureas that nre oc.shaking the confidence In a one to remain silent about Ihe %  upi.'d by Soviet divisions, a fact stable economic ileveloinneiit atul enormous dangers to which free thai nives Bolshevism many social seeurilv dsnoency i subjected in the OpportunlUeS to bring about. The le*s supporters Communism heart of Europe directly W IndlnctlX, %  > "psopls'l hai in Austria, the more limitle:-. As in the time of Ihe mi revolution." 'he means available to them beagainst Ihe Turks. Austria Is again It Is almost a miracle thai >•"'"'* at a stage where the Issue of frceAustriti has Immunized itsell In Ihs que st ion of punishable Horn nnd of the Occident Is to b against Bolshevism in compartNnris. the Communists demanded, defended in the most difTicul son to the grout support the beymm justified punishment, a way INS Formula For Persiialify ll mil? be ilui <" HIIMMI I'I-.SSIIII NEW YORK lor Ihwo Kpi'ndiitt on llicm cr ca*cs than the US.A. ,. .„„, U n ov .r Th.% ton lhan ullicu -Thi. Iwiu> Irua not onl ,3 ;'',';. .,„„£,, ,J „, thVtr u. Sib the, „u nMntmtllll and Brit In. IH-I, Ui >mcWd ,. *„h tl„,,. %  % %  < % % % % % %  ...rnlal health hi ., MjHjIW h., M.I I S3 blood pM On ,„ll~n.. J,POUP o. w.,v ,.. -.,,.1. but tr ntoi, M il-il Ihei. ne llkelv to have %  dOCtOI WtlC had vmikCd will'. e\I. i m.in> EwS,, l„ ,h,,.olh.r" Sirvlcom.. ..I women nl t.-.tc or .merjency. the Ami tho". who! "urrVr Ironi •'Ehctririn liuUn 30 oc 4.) tro.ip bn-nmn more important lesll to., aic told they h.V* l-ul.- a ....i-.,t th.lf last •. %  tl-.a,, tho individual N.uros nolhina t.. worry about. It is iu: ""•• ouhaii. 10 aJUfntUu ....-, ,->, %  more readily durum ,•> I>ur7ln< abOUl I" Ihe renl inele.1,1. lulhll maybe lie,„,„„> %  ,.1 Ihe whole population. I,.,„I, i>UK-i 85 lr nt ol |-oplc with „,„.,, h( , vc lk „ rp ln d n|cr „, the.. I..-. ..x.^ gutter from | ,. ;1 „., ,„ ,|, c cu „ sla „, ,i Bh On hi.l. blood ar !" ure three headaeh... .11 per cent air r, ii. i...... .I...I n. .ml inn. (ii.m In%  ,1 1^1 'i"" 1 i.implain i't ni.viin--. %  >;,—•. jrz" "x, „..;., %  ,,then i.usmes.1 „ns Di Lotha Kahnowsky. ,vho WW, Sfnol ti of the oi umfasslon i^vnticomplstsd rtudiet In Buw I in naors tolerant th-mJ-ope. s.n.i thai countries iiuovti. %  rsscll lliing^ — jlTei u-.i by lh than 'tinVrni* al no.' BAMBOO CURTAIN GOES H> i it A\K F:MI:RY MANILA The Communisi bamboo curtain is closing fSStS) ind faster on Democracy in South East Asia Deep concern for the final showdown between the lillle democracies" and a half dozen Communist %  Del movements in Southern Asia is being expressed openly in Manila diplomatic circles. A Netherlands diplomat, concerned over the Indonesian situation, said: "Indonesia, suffering from a technical inefllck-ncy and threatened by Communist insurgents, has a poor chance of surviving in the new forces sweeping across the Asiatic mainland. "These forces have an advantage using under the table methods to destroy something untested and unstlengthened over a period of years." Other diplomatic officials only one hour and thirty nmutes drive from the Philippines Communist raid tricken Central Luzon, feet it is almost the same lory in the Philippines. A west European legation official POSJSJ W aid one saving factor is the strength of the Catholic Church in the Philippines where anti-Communist sermons are preached on Sundays "But on the other hand." he added, "the greatest Philippine mistake could be undereslm strength ol Communist propaganda, a double-edged weapon in the cold war in South East Asia." CotMnunlat propagandists, he added, are hurling corruption charges at the Philippine Government from both sides of the Pacific "Unforhmateh." he said, "some of it is true." Indo-Chma. Burma. Thailand. Siam ami Malaya ratting top priority attention from most of htanllai worried diplomatic Corps. In this connection. Philippine National Defence oflici.ils ..re assigning more and more militnrv experts to observe the Communist pattern bring fol%  OWad m ih.se countries ul^*' for the fll ? t n,c Defence officials have called on CIVIC leaders and Commercial official' to f?lEf.^ 1e m ,nc flghI '" su PP r M> Communism In P i pplnsa. noM rs at surtni pan of the Philippine %  Lied one Western dlpioOMt, -J ,l,, „ Ua aloOS where c,v.c !.-. I an anti-Cominuiiisi commlttei %  i UH0 residents." n ittet, Ineludai ten laadlps ivk nnd eanlzaUoni in Masula — I.N s. STAAS/FLLIK VWII A f . #.#. SMART MEN WEAR A Small shipmant % % %  !' -f these suparb' TROUSERS in attractive materials and colours now i stock* TAILORED BY SIMPSONS IKilOSI A A to., Ltd. DRY GOODS DEPT, -oluntaril\ rcpresantii a Our lleadrrw Sajt Stop Communitm The Edifor. The Adeocale SIR.—Plciise allow me BSM to say that something should be dons to stop tinpace of CommunlMi:, wli, n • %  iTM to exist everywhere, and an effort lo better conditions u %  '. %  Mora unity and s>iiii';ihy n oods d in plscs o! greed for power. How can wo 1 CommunlamT Lai sympnthelic to the sufferings of others, ready to help, and also to lead those who are would-I (Virnmui'i-.i Tn enter the rlghl channel fnr prsosrvaUon of pesos. and value ol VOLCNTEEH His Edif.i Free The Adi-ocah' Sill. 1 am asking space for an humble plea, that Is, tor Theatre OWnai and managers to allow our poor children to sec on the II W I i rlckelers In aeBngland. Erec I Cart Ifefnre Horse. II %  BOW .r. The Adi'Oeofe SIR.1 am afraid that all lh" amount "f talking i>y Radio of lectures will not aid a campaign against T B. What is needed w atnltary measures io be aoforesd in l.unch rooms and Restaurants. which are germ-spreaders. .„... Inspectors are so vigilant around Tinivould Indeed be a trsat. u ,,. uKv ., ril and private and a blessing for many |0r prop ,. rlv> wh ,i,. millions of germs "ick.i Imcis. ami .. rr ,(,„„,( Hnwn Ihe throats of the MS the great^pervn9 ) m at i nsn niUry eating-placeformanees ol thsoa fellows of Drinking straws, RUUlll Bd better sanitation 'liould be plsa made Imni ral i-RirKET FANHEALTH 8ETKIR Too Glaring The Editor, The 1 SIR,—I am lurprtsod to %  • %  whit a vast amount has been .s|H-iit by Ihe Vestry for tha Prices* Alice Playground and the condition It is In now Thiamount could well have been spent on the much-needed v W.C A.. which would bi the housing problem. Of a I inUlIr.g to house the i i itiful sight to behold I %  %  For me life comes Ural tori Play-fields The squalor of novI t\\ i much too (It POOR SYMPATHISER Feel H '-' a wonder llailaBtllai %  try feet left, and tourists ... To Thi* Editor. The Advocate going to put up with mid SIR.—The present "bus stand Inconvenience. The public must Should be under cover completely, protest. i>nd to b e properly termed" is more u WI „ W ,,,_, , . J a walUni station also tnm "-* 1 school children U.V any a iu.i_ -*-—K* !" nbould pay half fare. Some ar* ,1, :."t mssx as 53 ss.'sST' md "" up "" -raltabU, also no halt MAKE FINER CAKES Select Thesellilll PUDDINGS Haiti ii*, Currants. I it1'runea. Mixed Peel Peanuts. Brsndj Cherrie-. I. m. Sugar. Almond Irinr.. (.ran uUtcd Sunar. Anchor Butter. Anrhor Puwdrred Milk. field %  tsM Hum Premier Brandy .e* %  %  n:i:it %  PHI hour waiting for a 'bus. DISGUSTED PASaBNGEP ^LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plumr. but uniccompanled by the rusUramry bans fides, will be Ignored. Many aurh reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers are again reminded of the neee-slty for the writer's ssane to he known to the BdMar. not for publication, but as an aaasror-or of good faith. >ie. BwSSaV, Tej Sloul. I %  I U ml-. <-iiinns' Nlpa SPECIALS prus RsJaaaS, Ifie. per lb. i i pru. 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WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. 1950 ii.\nn\nos .\nvor Ml I'M. I ll\l Barbados At Oxford By A Correspondent JOHN HAGGIS, the English artist who camo out i on location with ihe "Christopher Col i film unit and whoso work many Barbadians will rvcollect inggnej HI the "iif-man show of hii work bold hern undoi Ihe auspices of the British Council, is ihowiiu tomo <>t that landscapes he palmed whilst in Barbados at Blutkhall. the Oxford premises of the British Council. Mr. Haul* has been particularly fascinated by the very pjuntabli' qualities of the old windmills ci Barbados which he presents wit/i a loose, yet vigorous handling ot oil paint. Outstanding amongst the Barbados section of his Oxford one-man show is "Flamboyant Tree-Barbados", showing us the brilliantlypaint* .i foliage of a ricn geranium hue looking as though an outsize oriflammo had been gaily flung Into a tree by some vivacious gardener This Joyous, burning colour Stands out all the more pknoi h i n g tru j quite close to it in the Oxford exhibition bl the i lever I \ contrasted "Source o( the Hiv. Hvita", a painting of the IM-BM and chill blue and grey colour of far-away Iceland which picture also serves to give *ome indication of Mr H.... treatment of a wide variety of subject matter. Sweepstake Reaches $34,408 T ilt BARBADOS I I 11 Mil. is now selling Series TT for their Mid-Summer sheoen Up to the present the First Prize for the 2 Sweep is $34,408.00. but -till a month to go befora the Races. Some people believe that before the races the B.T.G. will be Milling the ireble series, that beginning from Series AAA. The First Prize for this Mid-Summer > expected lo be well over that ..I 1 Mid Summer Meeting 'pill; UKLAMtRE LAND i YOt'TH Movement Sporti Club are trying to make preparations to tour Antigua this y for tho purpose of representing ihe youth of Barbados in a number of games. The Committee of the V M S r .ire .isking for donations to help them and will also welcome other gifts such as old cricket gear, footballs, etc DASTOK EABX JENNINGS JL PARCHMENT has arrived in Barbados accompanied by hi uife ami two children to join the Adventist ministry. Pastor Parchment is a native of Jamaica and a graduate of the Mandevillc College there. Pastor A. A. Ward, who for the past 11 years was connected with the office of the Leeward Islands Conference of Seventhday Advcnttsts, is en route to thi United States \dherc u world of Se'.enth-day Adventists is to be held in San pTftncfcfco Adventists. according to the latOlt church statistics, are carrying on work in 228 of the 282 countries of the world. This Is conducted in 705 languages and of them they have printed literature in 195 languages. At the San Francisco Conference the progress of the work of the church In all the world during the past four years will be reviewed and plans laid for the future I N THEIR MATCH against St Mary's Old Boys' Association at the Princess Alice Playfield. Tamnrose made 92 for the loss of seven wickets. Best 32 not out and Taitt 22 were the beat scorers. V, r Si M.i.'s Old Boys' W Grannum took three for 15 and D. Browne four for 22. The match will cntinuc on Saturday P ATIENTS AT St. Peter's Almshouse will be able to hear Concert given at the Almshouse at 7.45 o'clock to-night by the Police Band under ("apt Ralson. MOBILE CINEMA will give a Show at Oldsbury Plantation yard to-night for the benefit of residents of the Oldsbury area of St. Philip. T HE ST MICHAEL S GIRLS' SCHOOL Speech I);.\ will take place at 4 o'clock this evening. His Excellency the Governoi and Mrs. Savage have consented to be present. His Excellency will address the Girls and Mrs. Savage will distribute the Prizes and Certificates. Both Red: %  How 'Constructor* Wat Saved Ami "Devil's Hole" A Grevsei Tells the Story "' Ml %  %  • : %  %  -it up in %  a bunk %  on* ; tho member* LMO-b | off Grenada -.. Advocate yottfOU | %  i th1 when 1, deck the rough and the Coaeti thai time carrying 30 torn 10 h:• hold The crew did no: i al! passenger quiet when the* wren told what had h.ippenea. %  • %  Hop. I %  • • Whi-n r;ill! oa to do • 'k tlW niKinr room on I deck gangs voluntccrad wholei I' K VJ ;. w Ran, %  '•naduui K i" ; Soil '""•'""•' *hlch ran r MM a I ih. Rm ,man\ in.li Larceny Case Kails At Juh Assizes LESLIE REDMAN and U I i; of Grand & His Ho I AH. in Collymorg ChtH Justin, Who is ill % %  %  hargtd with the Court 1 %  1 %  old them thai I guilt) retui Other Subjects Amongst the other Barbadian subjects showing are "Shipyard— The Santa Maria," a study of construction work on the repuca used for the "Christopher Columbus" film, in which a very aUractivu coppery tllow of light is skilfully captured by the painter, "Coast Near Holetown" and "Landscape Barbados" both of which, also in the oil medium, are marked by strong composition showing Mi Haggis's innate BtnslbUiU lu design, the colour matching in strength and variety, and is cleanly handled as are all Inpain:; Also in this Barbados group are some boldly executed charcoal drawings. Including "Quayside. Bridgetown" and "The Old Town. Bridgetown" the latter, with Its simply drawn old buildings ano deftly placed figures, being particularly notable. With xkill equal to that by which he gets the sunny look and feclinit of Barbados on to canvas Mr Haggis impresses the stark. yet haunting beauty of Ic el a n di c landscapes, the rolling; seemingly boundless fells of the Yorkshire Dales country with if: sunlit limestone farms and barn*. country In which the painter himself has his origins, the picturesque painters-paradise qualities of romantic Cornwall, th richness of the Severn-sida Oloueeatershlro landscape and the leafy softness of Hertfordshire where he now lives. Mr. Haggis also ventures Into Constable's Flat ford country of Ihe Suffolk and Essex bord. lightftil pastoral aubjocti the handling of which certainly reflect no discredit on him for following *uch distinguished footsteps. Portraits There are also in the exhibiti. %  evend portraits of distinctive quality and a chalk sketch of heartedly and did all in Ukd DOW i tO make the i i comfortable On Jui • U te -hip had urn aground UV %  one" steamed the Cm %  *tor A Warrant 11 lion In 1 P c in* | 14 he Hi : I Jones. H ... ; 1 th.' warmii' ti %  .„*hter n:\ Ited '.'. % %  i ....1 in the e Stottot charneii H Ullnj Bi root I day ol thi Exhibition fie T" them a small child The next daj started to work on the l for. Thera all leakage by Number 4 hatch and a hole on the port All the fresh tanks "ni' amptii after tho powerful pumps of the "ffeacii had boon He said that ha in na bo Quickly these I hen thOBf %  I OCCUf "' ih whan UH rough that • smaU booi "ly cap ol iod ai *' flai To assist In the refloating thi i,mks which wane i nil Ailed i i %  -x.esstud removed. H ikl It was aboul n ., h hard work that the pulled thi* stranded r>i ntraeioT oul of danger Bpi ak Inn about he life of %  these ship-!, he said thai tho tooo and one generall) works In case and safety, He has l>een s greaser for eight id ha: lOtOgnlaad UM sea ns hi* living. Being one of the members ,( the crew whl.li v iftor ih. itrandlng he awaiting another opportunity 10 work on one of these Canadian ships. DELEGATES RETURNING Mr M A <* Thomii. ] % %  of the Co Commerce and Mi Bynoe, delegates of the Chamije of Commerce to the meeting of the Incorporated Chan Commerce held in Trinidad ihi week ne expected tO 1 Bai Between I ti rectloi i %  • with hli of Hall's prasenl when Re %  To Mr. Waleett %  i; | eye b i i %  %  .. M | •. • 0 .. ir wo lid have pfc he I 4 James Ching who is probably \h painful but when Consciously striven after is damnable. Those who saw Mr. Haggis' Barbados show will. I think agree with me that his outstanding attribute is his ability to catch tin radiance < %  ( sunlight and transfer it triumphant^ on t i canvas. This Oxford exhibition hialreadv attracted visitor, from the West Indies. Persia. Irak Iceland. India Holland. France. g Itai i land* Sweden. Denmark Norway. Portugal. The United States, China and Cyprus and Hen* will doubt'ess be more countries represented before the show concludes. One of the interested viewers has been. Mr. Hugh Paget. MA. the Area Offie the English South Midlands MCtion of the British Council who in charge al Oxford and Wll comes from an old Jamaica [amlH -ussing the question of the fed* lum of the We-t Lndfc House of \ssvmbly Adjourned r ion, st Mli I %  %  | | • i %  %  Redman end Bthei | Hi Iind %  BW Ri-d stoop anil pick Up Me lob* Ri half Of Ih. I H %  I I About i 10 p m in* d P.C Eh-di %  %  n %  To Bu> FruM %  t %  ) % %  I . Tudor Stn %  ConneU'i I %  frni He took i u paid for II e fnnt \'-for the fun! he placed thi him fo i the wallet lie could at i 'urncd to i i. Btraei 1 to the Can%  r c Cut i ... K< t he s h It. A 1 At thi ^ : Reeea ihi juri ind i' Hon i ... ihem ( % %  ratura ;. verdlet of "not eultty" tUafesi Woiniilinc in the second Indlctt %  % %  I Ha> Donald Carow anponred on ol woundln. Uleyno wll* mtenl Ul mi: . Pioaaestlon in ti"' case against i as am hrtt in the %  She sniil that h-p othei Dal %  Caraw was ;P l irew .i u 16 i n i knocked Her Me howir I thej nsugni nt t,> her mother Win was lying %  ; t to thi r and srtil* her Bad Her in her head %  lor lo "" %  '" 1 Ihe G i i [nhin ,i %  wai ut 1 wnp wai .luring the light but when hei Ul She did no" i %  used te itab her T Mr Sfalaattl The fight through Mel' :•:( fi u ul.; I i 18-ycai v.iii.r told m \ in was not U Only Nine Turned Up THI %  • . H huh held ej preen Bpaakai whan th .. I %  ker ad it until II noon aootl Tuen a] \ii ;. v all 0 T AUdei Mi f E altUar; Mi R I Mr A E s Lewis; Mr T O Bryan. Mr. M E. Cox. Mr F 1. id Mr Sneakei hi Dosslt i 1 1 i ,,.i km Cummins, Medical ..... examined Alloyne Shi NO MORE GREY HAIR AFRICAN MIXTURE h H bo ul*! n^ll il p'oftttad %  II A GENUINE HAIR COLOURING A.u-taft* m 4 lonrf, HIM BOOKER'S < ll.li h.ulos) DRUG STORES LTD. BROAD STREET. BRIDGETOWN M.nfKturM b r f lOUTKR LTD St AIM try FLEUR0IL BRIUIANTINE Maktt l/i* kair toft and f tony Sold in 1 SUM MMdiMi. Eng. (lid. tsSS .4// Members Should Attend Council Meeting Th.it ;tii oMMnhora "i th • %  Oonui %  !" invited t.> attend the t the CouneU ^i use Chamnt i in listen :.. the dlsouallow a > b.anmng the matteei h a ben the Council hoh th. mnnthlj :-. %  ling win. I lakes plane on July ifl Tins w.i". among ihe suggf Uons naafki bj Mi the last Annual ing he mode thai will all tared h) Ihe CouneU an I wcomoi %  thi Isuu Wishing to Join >!>•' t h.niil-i i raq rod '< %  reside hen for two year* before aloctlon rolaaas Froan all contmls ol itenv In rrae tunnbj frosn ihe Btorllni .ue... and n>>lack ol oonimern tho eastern aide, rood -hyped away for ;. '• l-ut it is still open to tramc The road leadlnit from Haiti r .,ALKS X-|MATCH|B<-cc.b.. C^HM \J Bandmaster <-r the si OlU Boys' School, reported that th< rchool was broken and entered between the 7lh and 9th of thimonth and two cricket bats and two ball* removed They are valued $20.18 and belong lo th '<; %  --'' K IAMT1I <,IW>!)kTDGK of TaUl i ngo WH taken to the O" eantly %  hand He wa and ouicl Coodri'i.-' hlcycle. was involved in an accident wit' owned an.) driven In Bl '" I Williams of Lttons Hill The bleyele an damaged Speaking at the TeIe|hone anil but extren> deiri..! Trust 24th Annual Con-[added 252 stations, makliii ral meeting in l^ndon, Sir;total Of 3.Vo2 ll end of the year It is pleasing to rn le I i, the i attract UM I from outside i a ires 1 %  %  i %  %  i deal must operate u> th%  (if the IMands. without drawing upon i-d BriUah Alexander Roger. Ita Issuingang Director ^.ai.1 that large capital • spi i dlturs was planned fee 1949 .ind 1950 by the Telephone %  in .lamaica. Trinidad nd Tobago, and Bai %  hlch we ai K 1919 nearly [600,000 %  %  %  lad i] the Trust i rovldii %  temporary loans which, in ac-Jvhlch is provide! I %  <'i re, wai in' replace I in das 01 urne ., . oi new i i '*•.'.•+*.;•*•,•, RODNEY COMES ON FRIDAY The l.au> Kudney will be U riving from Canada on PrlOB] Il .vim. the %  ."'in %  vanlng foi st Vincent, Orenads %  ir %  I British i;. i in.' ;,t. I". b No. ? Ben 1 ?S Re* eg. Itesinald BraUiwalte Dafffj hi Bassan No N Beat *i Alfred Lewis TIIUkSDAV No. Bl Rex v*. Krk ThornpM>n A Arnett Browne No. 16 Re v* Wlnmton Drake* 1..130 to 13.540 IssueOverstibserihed PbUowlng upon the local issue of B.WI $MH>,000 (fl04,l7) five ... | Cl| • .. pri r. it par in 1948. lo which 1 re(:i' year, a further I ^1,300.000 (fJU.M %  I %  i from B %  as, st !. %  mdlcatei : by West InehV b : %  %  .ffgfs/ #• tuii-f fht* f#lg#*r / Mupptffi§$ff if"" with • *# th€ fitlloti i*i*i MaVttfM* I t'hirten V.%V.V.V.V.VVs"^a"s •Ji 7 ST AMUUVEDA FRESH SHIPMENT OF PURINA POULTRY CHOWS W*&& %  Get Your Supplj traso . H JASON JONK8 A i '• %  DUtrlhntori • Alki-Saiuar t i %  aasssl (roro asBSBghj %  o mnn A*Uiaarstr drop eaa or two tablsfes an a s>" of water, watch it 0B— drink It. Alka-Seltzer BTAMDARD VANOUAHO 66 i. i< %  li., JTANDA1 %¡ II -' MCK-UP ... I CAR UUMPH Bl .^loon T ,„ Lown 38 h P fpai-r Saloon. This i. -i*ctd 111 3 II CHELSEA GARAGE 11950, LTD. :%  : ,i; ; ~-i'W--i ? d father bul he would no leoottse thej son wife she left nun and wen! 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PAGI MX BARBADOS ADVOCATE HFMpy WEDNESDAY. JULY 12, ltM RYCARI. ANOFRSON COOL. WATER 1 MILF 0 WELCOME TO THE TOWN OF COOL WATEB. TMIC.KFY '0(,SF f PHJsEST! v > "JOVT BE 3'U-Y>i EE.3V TMEI?='S '' NO SUQ TWI.\3 AS atVEl £D BY WALT DISNt NDIE 8 BY CHI C YOUNG K. .O. ..\;V0X •HW/Sflf H • Of 7 tuOt WITH WHISPER IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE TPr ONE RANGER E jUmajg THOSE CRO OK6. DON'T 1ET AfWONE BklNGHMG UP FATHER BY FRANK STRIKER ii. r. ., TOOET OUT r. n CCUNTRV IN THAT -SlAJ6HJ*4S AHO 1 GOTTA LftWE % 0"-MB CAP % b OUTe>*DE "•ntr POD ME.' ^5?P BY GEORGE MC.MMI*£££ KIRBY B Y ALEX RAYMOr; CeS^CW! IT 5 SO> Ka...vp. ;/ S c r>?HiAN...i' %  .TW AH.YBU BBISHT,, L0V6LY 1 lavSAirf "• Bf I.EF FALK & RAY MOOR!s [THINKS RKTMEtarrER WAITA^ FINE WELCOME. A FEWP*V4M |MR MAV06 III t> MAPOlEON.TwO .siijiousioaET ;CONV :rs ESCAPEP [10 IOCATCON. f < UPSTATE TWO rl NIGHTS AGO L tvs HERE AGAIN THREE STARS' SWEDEN'S BEST MATCHES &f OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. A WARMINC! Ratio i J 11.11 nesa oiiun ii Iflii'L.:. But RhfiimAtisin and Pain* in the juiris can bt conq t;ercd by SAtltOOl Keep a bottle handy. () %  Sale at . knights Drug Stores Gland Discovery Restores Youth In 24 Hours 1MB lOH Of VlfOUI, „., DM*. *iak bOd>. impui* blood falllm Riamory, nod who %  [. ..[j and worn-wi :*for* Inalr llrrw will b. d.ilghlrd lg H-fi. r* iiand Uihov.o by an Awnrtn i'id tailly tMH.fi vliciir to |.J' !• % %  •'"I body. to build nek. pur* Mtorf. In *lrrh(ihrn )i m iiiiii) B|.d |ii*Mi>r> * %  S ilk. %  rtw man in only %  day* In tart, dlarovary whlrh la a l>m* ti.dlc In* in %  am. >aay-i-uK* tablet form, dor* SH syssrtBKBytj WK£ (•I II >a abauluttly haimloa -nd n.i ir>l in action *• craaa of thii^maiiruj dlacov.ry. T*n* ha* b*n •<* art*In Am*iII In now bvltif dlatnbut*-J by *ll .—•••••->• h*r* undvr a luarantaa ir-<.om pl-inim.cn n or roomy bark In oihar word*. VLTaba mini maka you f..l full of rl#our and anerfr nd from 10 to N l-nata l*.. H'l ,,T';.v rtt.ri.l.t. ha '). I r% t •Tfipty i.unin. H ) "'"if rtiurn mt tr-apti ( %  *< Haa. and fat your money back A -i* • 1*1 dOLiblexTrtnilh bom* of %  ViTaba Vl-Taba^-"'"' -•' % %  • %  nkra^llulmd a.J KII.I.I, LookFeel% %  BRITAIN'S LEADING AMERICAN-TYPE CIGARETTE ASTORIAS Myall day long Thi. „„,l t rr,,| „,„„„ t, ,„„,^, lMv ,„ _, ft "-* ul1 "• '"' l--l U .r„ BowpJ I,,,. J* """ "- *, mj i„i„.. TI.....-UU dar l'K yniir l~l. fr..l„„, u,ll be lli„ ,.,,,-y of ynur fn,„,l, ,,,,„, ki „ ,„ ,,„,„ ,„„„„„„,„ mm lu >£ ; I'r.W '*' %  ' "" b "V "' 1 """"' '"" %  •"'"•• J'.r CW.„„„„ H„ U1|U „ „ ,,„ T ., 0UIn p fragrance thul mm lovo. Cashmere Bouquet TALCUM POWDER M'mm...they're, P L ia &f ^ perfect! Hie < liil,l. ai r s luvo.nit,. FMMI Beverage IT.. ...nuna.c ih.. • Dv-liin. m,k„ ,uch an in.unl 1 ..,.,...1 ,o M children, for (fail d.l.oou. food ""7*'," "P"mclv xood f..r them, h provide, a .ulth ol nutriuve ck-mem, which re of the ree.t nPWMBM in hel r ,n K to build up robu.t health and i niM.'iw encrtiv. r Oval tine for RobustHealth and Enerau MAKE THEM YOURSELF WITH NO FEAR OF FAILURE Bakewell Tarts Wo wouldii'i be proud of putuaj delioou. tan. Uk.UM.oauM tea-t.ble! You can make uiem •"Hr— tier.', no ipocial knack. Wila Royal Baking Powder to fuaratitee luccau. they'r. bound to mm o parfact. Here', ih. recipe: Mrfa putry wth 4 .z. Ifch Jim, ; ,„ reanwoii *•( Bail*, towdrr.pmcl, of nit. /u, oz lord, -aui • mt<. Lin. patty tins with paltry, put a little jam a! bottom. Cream / oz. knr md Hi oz. jiojor. bee. k ear rjx. odd nta ,>;. jtmolba, I roaidrd teaspoon Knml BaAIxt Powder, o hale almond, mc e and 2 uHesps. nttlk. Beat weU. and Illree-quAneri fiU the patty-Un. witn the muturc. Bak. ,a hot oven at 430*. 1012 minute*. ROYAL BAKING POWDER %  *, M.



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WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. ISO HARB.UX K UnoCATi: I" \(.l -I M N CLASSIFIED ADS. !" jr SALBS ^.^ AUCTiON THANKS %  %  %  HOUSES ArilLONE-ON-SEA-FoniabeKr rlom l July lSe Contain, tv 1.1 imr* ,3. Bej tOMBa MA Wllh Wash-b..-; ( room, drawing room. gallery ana *nw through t 1 KAN. : %  Q Saint HI ,.,. t 1 I %  IN MLMORIAM ISABEL AUDI 1 i .ui of c %  tut Deep 1 I 1 I ...., %  darling Father '""• mtri-irirMB oe\.-i g.,,. Enid. Mao* 'iu|M.r.. Estari .MUl-lll-l..I 1 ... %  In loving iwiiuo ol n.y lH-r Mother MIRIAM IUHIT.ll whttdMM I On* yeai lias paaed uw that uil d ,y -.hen one t loved, wu. 1 The -ail -a. short, the 1.1..-ay***. I Oougtil that ii.ath wu urai (...) — the iid gfgg Hotting tough. Mate] m fluid) %  bar sleepy eyes. And whl-pr.nl "peace ba Ever lo bo IHiwDiMtnl bv Pnr. '...abai.di. In. U.itiian, daughter'. Ke.neth iBon-Ufl %  t . Grace. Meeville .grand-children.. Hegin-1*1 Boa.r. DIM in The larger Hal has (our >* %  nesting rooms. dining and drawing route.. Recently rrnoiatr. g garage Phone XMB appoir.Uosnt lo see tf,, place large „.! %  art ant •r Weft (or • dgrelii UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I HAVE bora instructed to nil by Mgsiic ww m m on the -pot on TkutxUy 1Mb JL,I> .1 1 p m Ui* %  railed *l HIM MM PFHMIVtl "BHIOHTWOOD"—On 1 Lawrence Gap Prom Fvilv furnished Apply to %  WWII II .1 rt.-.ley. Chrl Church The ror.nsl* of ..pen vrrandah to the front. •.(.wing and dining roam., t bedrooms, Ma|M and bath H hs ptM ft-jM Ugrgajflggagl. ID 'I 1 • loaf It •ni.igi.-d. Some must be au.' PM My aperlion apply DA... MMBMMgj Lane UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER HELP icnred Ladv A.-m.ml (01 DRUG STORK WORK Appl. in > O Boa JO) 11 1 HA dualiSed KURSK (or St Jo-ph Almahouae at a salary al W) H pn im.nlh Applications Kith CciUfltatr to be foiwardrd to the Parochial Medk-al OtrJcar. EJlangowan.'' not later thai Monday. 17th July. )MU. Any Further Particular! can be ob leined from the P MO A A n uii.i Clerk. .Poor Law Guardians. BTSO-Jn DEPUTY MANAGER Required ba "ill Sugar Fatal,, in SI V.ncr.t %  MBS euetgellc well educated man re ill red future prospnt* good" Mount Betitinck Estate. Ud I) 1 1 1 7.. FOR MALE CAR Va ..shall Veloa 1 feet Condition two ions trunM specially flted loi carrying "I more luggage. Nichoiis OftVa WU Hom* I .11.1 (he better Ring It %  ;. Wilt in Singer Sport* KOADtTaW In uL lint rondltton ml>aire luat OVff 4.M0 CCU CO Ltd. T.TsaV-tn. 1*7 B VAUXIIAJJ. II II P HALUON%  1 ... I in go.*! ,oi,di%  on COUiriiaT G UIA< 1 ELECTRICAL^ RZPRKintATOR Amrrlcan Glbaon in good working order Can be aren 1 1 W S Monroe ACo Ltd Hum Street FURNITUREOn. %  U %  *i.1--l. ...r.l ||] with Cupboard. II Table .* feel aq 1 dIUon Applv M. 1. T ..i,-,v ihdgj. mganv Wagon ln De.l Top MULES One (U d.v.-n ti ilhout tarta Apply Ell. MjSCEU ANEOUS CIXJTIIINr. — Ladv wiahe. to dlapoae of Via. Crepe dlnaea .lightly woi of American ahoea. itrea k VrKrl an I 1 alao varletir IAA Pill II t SO— 3.1 CAUC-TOSE ~ A vitamin product. •upplving Calcium. Ir.m. .nd Phihoroiui A good picke~me-up for children'. ..ppetitc. and an excellent rlavourlna: for ...ilk uht.ii„..hl.. .,' KNIOHTtl IHUC f.TORES 12 7 to an 'CAMILATOM: SHAMPOO" J..-I vliat trau are looking for. including a UM nn.# adding xparkle and colour to vonr natural shade of Itoir Obtainable ..t KMdllTS DRUG STOKER IIT Sfl—an GUINEA ORASS A Paaaage Rnad D II %  0 GALVANIZE Plpea 1%. and 2 Inetii Mao GalvaiLlre flexible conduit In %  %  < neh and IS In. he. Enquire Am TITO Company. Trafalgar Street Phot S" 8 • 7 M-ili IJPTON-S TtJ\ A arrived and may novr be had fro.,, rottf rrocer P.ickaKea — I or 11.-. f M I'll ,,J ,oe The one and only brand of Tea that commanda the largeat tab ."VV* *'" ;i1 H 1 ''"'' Part of thi label attowlng the weight and rerun %  to be evrhitnged fnr v.iluabli ift 1 VJ VEEDIER for your record player %  11 klnda Including Ruby and S.ppnlrr Beml-permanant need la. to play .-vtnouaand racmUngi A BARNES ft CO., LTD M B St-t f NEW in ATTERA-Dinah Shore. Prank Bnab-a. Ring aid aU the real. Come -nd get. but quick. 1 CO.. LTD M • tA~t f „ PI.ASTUI1EI.TS -For labile.' a..d Ctilltfren In aiaorted Coloura only TkM M *ler.; Irrei. S.,i>ppe. MISCELLANEOUS 1 OB* ill Llqut Cole a. Co il 4M9 'JetTroyi Deei Peraerui to llaten Lardy de M on lb run be broadca.t over Radio Dlatrlbullon rrom a 00 111 pm on iSth July M I 10 1* n. For Rent 01 leman Large i|hl Party ni Roanllng Two iti double Bedn—m foi •r to city Dial 4M WANTBn TO BIT OLD SEWING MACHINES. Out ol ie. bought here Mra Vaughn. Klng/i Hreet or Fairrhlld A Probyn Sta ItHtl. HMt Minus NOTICE 1 I in 11 OF "T LVOV Tender*, including apoclflratlon*. are •tvited for rrpain to the Rectory. iaubx araggd ale. Pine Road Belleville, %  P.iere and MornChacn n WrttMWJ T.blr WUI..I. Ornament Tables. Dining T-blr wal gi H*.k Caae and Stand. Ja.d.n. PI-. Dl.h Covei. Good Testscope. El.ctr* Toa'ter. Mingle Mah*an. R.,t.>.d Deep sleep Mattreea. Drnaing Table ihog%  %  %  Too* MM ..... ktMg Mir ^^^ IJRRAYS ] MILK STOUT EDINBURGH SCOTLAND 11 LAST nan WAVE H\H. SELF HEATER IRONS—De l.uv 1111 tt;\ni\i 1 >IIMIIIII >i he % %  Wi.c! Diatributon:— MANNING & CO.. LTD. ton tin INM %  1 AJflMLEH II UUPTAatO BKWKIR TROTMAV A |l) REAL ESTATE •pot. fi'jtt Morgan nice Appl. J.: -... A T '-..1.1(1... ull erlooking Rneklev Terl UHM bll ll-ckett C RorO.at'k Street lt.1 H :n (t \ 7.RMT1IH ft law • built .. liequla. „ „ %  rlrwill be refused Fbr Ail I nortsrulara apply t.. JAMTM MULRAIN. C o JOHN II IIAZE1. SONS A C LTD Kingstown SANDGATE-. Hasting... •!• M* sqiuire feet of land on tl r rtartinga Road. The Houae ion tain, drawing Ing room, enclosed gallery SHIPPING NOTICE f ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. HEHT IIH M It M ha.ll.t (ram \m>l.rgaaa and llao. \ VESSEL J .iv list I s COTnCA 1 Augu.1 Ilth aalllaa la M.g.lr. ri, d .ih Antwarp and taili.dsai \v IL.LEMSTAD July JJth MS "ORANJESTAn August a.vl Ha tins la Trlaldag. 1 •..•na.it. Uisai.ara. Ilr. SS ••COTTICA" July ||th MS •H.r.iliaJul% ?7ih S P MUSSON. SON A CO LTD Ti,,M V DABtW< 1 1 will ICO i %  %  ngftn 1 %  Vitiifut. Qrii % %  Tiki M V CAR1BBH "il! artvpl L'arKo ittul I'.t fin iKniuim.i A1 Ugua, HontMrrrsI rfm i si Kiiiv BaQlni iTida tl W I SchiM.lin tlMII. s \u1xi4ln111 inr (on. Igner Jkiatl: ,0; HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM' two I-Mr-: kltch*nMle uars with tims) i %  u. i<-|>iiii. iu .TI,. nnimi. me. _, Itlgtnis % %  1 the approval Of the I^-gI.I.lure' I %  "J*"* ind additional Nurse's quarters at Inspection by appoin ipplleatlons will be lerslgncd up to Sail • OSWALD 1. ik. St Lucy received by the nday IJ.i.l July. DEANE. Vesii, %  1 M—in SAINT VINTKNT WEEK IV AIR SERVICE Now makes poealblr 1 In' days U.ider one management RATllo MHX TOWER HOTEL St Vincent and SUNNY CARIRBEE r-n.lhe-aM Bequla Island all thai can be doalrrd Reoull•cr-nary, %  aa-bslhlng, fishing, cieelculslnes and bars HATER M f. 17 11 w I per day. For further details and reaervatlona. ERROL a ROOKS. Box . Saint Vincent. 13 90—Hn Ttie above .III he -t up lor ule in public competition at i.ui orTU-e on Pticuty the list day of Jutv MM at 1 p m CARHINGTON A SEAI.V, Luc.. Sl.ee. II 7 SO Inn MRJIOHF.". Jth AeenuiRellei llle Heilmoms. Gas in Kitchen standing %  approilmatMy gajog -q ft. Lawn arl of house Apply on premlaeor II.T H 3n Vou Ivy At Mann-dale*. It,,.-I ggaja toilet bath Al nnrkles Rnad one 1 hoaigi Welllngion Rtrerl NOTICE gnpgjn I.: ptjm TliNDFJts for conveying pauperi tai From any part of the Parish to th Aimahuuie (In From the Alrnshouae to the Oenerii Hospital will be received t me up i. Juh IBlh IV* W V OOODING, Parochial Treasurer. fl %  PStF, D'AHX-Y A r*'ITT Magjrlne La..* lit, I st. phii NOTICE Applications for a vacant Filters An nultv will be recrtved by Ihe Clerk o Ihe Vestry up to II noon on WedneU> July 11. HU0 Applicant, must be widows of parish of SI Michael In straitened clrcumstancee. Foims of application can be obtains, al the Vctry Clerk's Office Bv Order. E. C REDMAN. Clark. St Ulcneel'a Vestry Vestry Clerk's Office. Parochial Buildings Bridgetown 11 SO--* NOlrCE Er Ik* Eslale •( IFW1S 11LIVEK YARDS .More cn.inonlv known as LEI Dl l\ Kit llt'UKt: iooaggad NOTICI hereby 1 an I Itch Gernis Killed in 7 Minutes Tour akin haa nearly SO million II % %  d pore* "hi r.K'TIThidennd %  rlbla llchlni i . ... 1.1. r. rnr->rtiry r.Iirf beeatiae they do not kill Ihe frrti. I tWM Tl,IMTsr dlacnvery, NisoRnti kills Ihe germa In 1 mlnutea and la giiarnnt.rd to git e you a soft. ..ear. ultra. ....th akin in one w.-k. or mon-v bark on ralurn of empty pack.igOM %  fuaraiite'.l Niaoderm froiii gour ihsmisi .. v _g> 1 -1 Nixoderm TOP Skin Tronble* 1/1 I OS! A UM Ml LOST hWEZ3>riTAKX TaUKXT Sen*. 74 FlnUCr pleaar return an. wbcrl Aleva Alleyne. I'.un, Spun* SWBF-l-sTAKr: I J K-'l MM Finder please tetu Sjdney Slcklet. V'u CfOtl iaark Yard S.-. PARCEL i.n.t-1 >n Monday night iu* poia. Finder M• %  l,..tliig|t>ll.e IV LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE Ac at %  ..., : Aikm Ga liver Yarde more o nown as Lewi. Oliver Rurkr Bag* F The Harbadu. Fire Brigade deceased lie ..I Entcrpriin Ihe ,,„-..i, „f C1..I.I i-iirth In this Island who died on the Itk An gl May 1150. intestate rra ii.rated lo Hiut In particulars of their .ittealed to the undesigned Hrlam Adi.va Strakr. c o Mr-.r. Kayises A GnlTlth. Solicitor.. No I Swan Stieet ..n or before the Jlst day ..( Anaii.t I9fk. an., which date I -hall pro ceed to distribute the aaaeta ol the da ceased -""ml the parties entitled thereto %  .1 only in gygBj .la ma gf which I .hall then have had notne and I will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any perHM. of whose debt or claim I shall not . i .,i .. % %  ... AND all pro,n. Indebted to tl.e .aid estate are requested to settle their "aid indrhtnlneis without drla. Dated this 90th day of June. 1660 MIRIAM ADIN'A STltAKF.lt Qualified Adn.inl.tratriK .,( • %  i %  ,., of Lewis Oliver Yarde. driess.g tl.8 90 -4av E.igle Hall Road, I Dated this llth day of Jul. ISM 1 <. I. WA1.WYN. Keq P..II.C Maglstrai.• lii-trn-t -A" Bl. BURTON iS>UAJU>. lor Applicant KB This appllcalior. U, I. eraig at a Licensing Court to bo bald l„ll.e Cuu.t, Hi.tin I A on F.Idas tl list dajr of Jul>, ItbO. at II o-i.-k .. C L. WAl.WYN. PolU* Magistrate. Dtst "A SS "ATLANTIAN" SS. "COMEDIAN" SS "SPECIALIST" SS HISTORIAN' SS "RIVEKCKEST" Ltavti Blh Julv 8Ih July nth Juu !Snd July "Mi .In lUJMKWAIlli rX)lt THE UNITED KINGDOM Wlsel S.S. "TACTICIAN S.S "rit-M.-rSMAN" CIOJCI In nurlxiiloi INiili Juh Z2ii.l Ji U For further parlli'ulars appl:, to DA COSTA & CO., LTD—Agents. Canadian National Strains!.i'*Gvt your Groceries from US ID w i'.h N I DOMTNION M t MMM \t % %  : I i ii R BIRD'S CU81 U\ tt CRAPE nUIT JUIC1 CERasAI FLAK i taunt .Juhn §0. Kit if I inA So#f* i.tti. FOR SALE \-> MII UKU M txwn i Standing Ml • -\ 1 | ii u KCKaVn UN IADY RODNEY I'Al IADY NELKON CAN CHAI I l '.'.I it l-AUY ItOIJNKY IADY NSIJION J Julv ilh July Uih Julv It Julv 7..''. I II II Aug itth Au. .n. AIM II Ana =g(h A.ia < %  -i.l llll'.il M, IADY KODNFY LADY NELSON LADY RODNEY LADY NELSON GARDINER AUSTIN A CO., LTD. Aient.. i It. 1.1 t. S.S. CASCOGNE S.S. -GASCOGNK" S S. -(JASCfXINEs.s C;ASCO<;NEI IIA.\SAII.AVI IOI IE FRENCH USC Sailing lo Trinidad Sailing to Plymoulh 3rd .'.I.. 1950 10th August, IBM) Hlli S,pt, 1950 8ttt Nov. 1950 lOUl July, 1950 16th AUK. 1950 20th St-pt,., 1950 14th Ni.v 1950 For further purlieu Ian. upply tu : a. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. REAL ESTATE JOIIS Si. Ill 4DON r.irmrrlt llUmi A Bladoi FOR SALE ULOtl (MKJIUIO Maswrel ii' -i iii.ii. i an %  ... '•••' ol .iu.ii> lotntriinion .eriv ,,„. 'LITT1.BATAI n %  II ci.nl. y Il %  ' %  i . i .. ,i ... i . -trucled dim with nit.,1 u .., '•%  in. .|"ihiF garage 1 REAL ESTATE AGENT Auctioneer A Surveyor PLANTATION*. nill.DINfi Phone I..in City Garage Trailing Co., Ltd. VICTORIA ST. 4671 Mrs. HOUSEWIFE Wt. can now ttuppl.v you with the tollowmit in ETlkei.waro M1X1NU buwLb (in V.HIUU. sizes) TEA P0TU do. TEA CUPS TANKAHD JUGS (In SSiiOM | MBAT FLATTER:! do PLATES Dc.p and Shallow DISHES SAUCE BOATS And many others too numerous lo mention. Pay U* a Visit before Purchasing Elsewhere. (THE IIOIJ.SE IOH •IARGAINS) I In 1 Barbados Hardware (o.. Lid. I Noa 33 A N SWAN STREET PU0..E 210M. 3534 or 4406 LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE TKANartH AfD UMUVA*. The mpt.1* M WTHSTOH IIAhlBrana, si ptuup the p.... cha ••' M Uquoi i %  %  No tat o( IM granted to THEJIPHILl'S SMAU. in n a p c l of Bottom IV-o. Iwo .tori ..tl building In M.rhlll aneH. Bridge PASSAGES TO AnMIc* PT'KI irtl i"t. HOBOH Dublin per MV -Dl'AI.A". t- 20th Junn, and tbtrrvaftt Sini-lc fan-. £70, i.suil rcdu Apply dirtvt. IRELAND fTer |iassbK*s to i. Dnmlnirn sailine fit ivcry thirty-tin-. rjs*/l lions for children. In your bamroom a (in of Pun.lpuu.ili i dlutyi ought to be ready, lor in powdering yourself after the bath. you make yourself fresh and coul ggain, it prevents superfluous perspiring aod abrasions. PuroL powder also heals all kinds of skin-diseases and troubles, as ecicmea, prickly heat, etc For Sml*~Contd. ptatunc i ireen. pink, ffeg Modem C %  OOIJT rXrrTaVn In aur Showroom comprises i gnartmrnt of hand decora t* coltessvts. vases tig. ret t.. ash trars toother with roodrlled animal ligures am 'lues. Sea them HARRISON A CO PLASTIC HEAD TTXS -A Fine Aaaori nenl In pretty Floral Design. Me each n.e Modern Dress Shoppe. broad Street • 1 SO 3n Qt'ARRY Marl and laU fa g u g, ... %  SMjEggn PI %  t.!-:i | mkrn soft tlom> *.le H.II Apply tieorge II 7 SB—3n PYE LTD have appointed aarvk depots in every island of Ihe Caribbean to semes Schooner radios, when na %-ry rut. detaiU from Pje Ltd., I Pox MO. Bridgetown Dial UM T T SO and shingle I.he.1. 1 I"" %  his lth day I AIJ1IE HHATHU AITE lor Appllra IIAH11JI. Xaq Pol Ire U i WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. •ci.ortm:/ts OF DISTINCTION" OCh,.| MAJU-F-R, District -C II I M IIAKKISON fOLLECE x tMis sriov JHJ. T .a.H:lg TOYS A wonderful a.aortment M TOTS atoo Mouth Organs rangi%  -c upwards The Modem Drest Bra^l Street • T Sft-Sn YACHT PETER PAN. Lengin U I of sells etc. Phot* 1*S> 11.1 10EMTRANCr The Entrance Ea. for eonaideratio.1 fo. admn-.i... la Ha. • son College, in Septe'mber IH60. will take place as follows BOYS UNDER 10 YEARS OP ACE Must attend on Prldae list and Mondi.v Mli July. bMssrn the him.s of • 10 %  m and II II p m ROYS OF 10 YEARS AND OVER •VIII be required on H..turday ttnd July from • 10 a m to 1 JO p m (Luncheon Rresak |> og lo II i and on Monday Mth July from a 10 a.m to UM pa Candidates must use lie Roebuck Entrance and report u. the Office frsi in will raajulre pencil., a .liher s.id an unused e"clae boo* or ptece of rlcin blotting paper la fi-n.l.h a amootn '.mi, .... which le -T.re On Monday Mth July, they stun.kl hring eierclse 1-oki HMhagj tr^ •or* the* have been doing at their 1 :•• %  ".i Mhoola. I Individual noticehave been posted to all csr.dldates I Opartment of Education, I ail. July. ISM 9.1 M— In i !" th. PINE i \n


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H'fd ilfsdur. July 12. I o Barbaiws fluuncate i %  v r. I \ i s Yrar S4 N. KOREANS FORCE BACK U.S. TROOPS Holiday Camp Looks For £800,000 Butlin Seeks Dollars (From Our Own Corropundt'iit) ...„„ I.ONUOV July II. ^r.'.OTUTIONS I" And OUO.IIIHI for Ihr c.impl,ii,.n „i Ihe Bullin Holiday C.mp in the Bati&max are reported lo be proiircssinn in lxMidon. Brigadier Keilh Thurburn chairman of Bullin'-. (Bahamas) is believed lo be s,ekni B the money from a uroup outside the Drjvton iniere.l. who have already unk 0MMN in Ihe villaitr. If the new group puts up the money n will lake the I form of the first morluaie ilebenlure slock secured "ii Ihe Bahamas property I H may aUo aciulre %  wr MAM M r* 1 eouilv of the buallM ft ft irt A BKfifi "'" P'"* "" %  n'' jroup in Ihe ICp /lenCU [position ol bavin, nrsl claim. I 00 the Company .int. itprofits Frederick Ellis. Dally fcxprrw city editor says that if n I /••-• [don talks should fail. BriaariK't Victims | PBSTM? n %  "*"" In any event he will fly t.. Nev. York on Saturday to join Mi Bullin. who is cilreadv aeaa;ln| dollars lo complete_thr village M aa nt lPttO" say* Ellis, % %  interest being paid on £45o.ooh unsecured loan stock put up by Drayton interests is 5 per cent —a clue I lo the interest that will have tt>| be paid on any lint debenture Ellis adds that .is Hutlin left (or New York, he blamed Cilv ltm.ii iers for some of his troubles He is reported as savin* "Allaneiers in the (itv who were backing me had told m ohead. and that they'd mm the money needed to make the Vacation Village a big dollar earner "A little ungrateful." concludeElh"seeing that the fit* i.n.,1, c *" — Mr. Harold Drayton'* group — have put up more than half the Cl.750.000 spent so far" Asked For Fire ims i % % %  •.! OBI it.,, < •.-•*Df>< BELIZE. July || Governor Sir Ronald Garvev in hi* mid-day broadcast appealed for help to aid 105 victims of last ni* ,lrc '"' t su,n,,b ly caused by films in .i warehouse, completely hurtling out 13 houses, and verely scorching 6 otM The Governor announced that Committee has been formed to help as the Red Cross which immediately swungTnto action, will be unable to carry the whole reihlllty The Government has given $500 to help A Ren i s.ild the Society will ultima us Ion* as necessary Nine persons suffered burns, shocks % %  I cuts THE STATUE or OUR LADY ill PAT HA [ Ulld-M A %  1 • i %  The'no ti. Hi. i 1 in i lo att-'nd tin %  V ice %  i.d BUI u Ukea t. Verd.,, in Hi, p.n.h of 'lie Imi* nosrd who an u.llixro i |>roe*iioii ol -aijnd bases nom Bil 1-ieinli < nut only repulsed but w..s trans1 AJ1 %  tteal whuh i. still going on Ha refuted leftwini QQ. laatlona that the Secuntaction on Korea wai illegal be%  %  f one aci apti thli 11 %  "The Federation Ball h In The West Indies' Court Attlee Corrects Strachey i Prime Mtniatei i %  lo-day i ,-i.,,ill..i.,I ...i,;: words in Ihe speech 0| Wai Stracfaey on l Uw Biitu.h Commonwealth in u letter to the Time-.. U.Y Fund For Backward Areas referrtd lo oeuvre In f t dealt \"'i leal r undelno. %  .(* pranatioi %  % % %  %  %  %  %  I ,... >i\. and 1 %  hlmaal wrong AttJ IlilflC OUI .1 ll I Prance—-1 i %  in h atata mud be n ; , R. Reylr, %  Listowel Suggests Study Of Economic Prospects tKroiii Our Own toi re>|hiiidenl) LONDON Juh !i rhe British Govarnment should not decline i thair aliitude lo B.W I federation, but should wail ut.i ul huriajaturej have had tin--* to oonsidei it. 1 ggvs Lord Uato#i I In a letter to the Tim.-, i weal lodlgjig wuiilii ragard n Qovammenl pi nouncament at this moment ai u dt'lib.-raU' attempt |o i 'luence their representatives, and in effect might uell i > tha revarai l what was intended iid as %  ufhVleni that a 11 ll 1 then inmost give the v< MsaUUnee the} i further It" Lord Liatowai conaUtuIlonal future "f Indal paet ..f aconomli -i.ii.iiit-. Tinimp] %  %  nee < %  ( M-v. i in the region .. i • i.le ti ai GKNEVA. July 11 Mr. S.i n Ch|leti repreaeothe United H* I HI. mi.,nd Social Coum %  %  • %  %  ij i < v on .i mm %  imc form .( %  atan hall \ lor evonomu in underdeveloped areas Schnake dcelare.1 lie did not ' l M Aid should be extended Ut but some form ol help where capital cuuli 1 t*c the Governments throu| BOOdl The Chih Id ,.1-n he act up r.fid ;or %  I %  if OIKA ihe best solutiona to thine said. "Forelan capital should be used to promote formation -f national capital —Reutrr. Aftei welrojii ,an international confer. .. [he held to stu.ii matnodi relieving 1 population problem* |i ,V the writer w. Should no* ION -^IV I the raci "are large ni.mbers of IK-ople in %  tlfara ;• United Klllfcdon: Oovarnrnenta who are in as (treat neeo of ulanr.ed emlgTBtl %  hi ui,. .... enee," Twq flfgn Trude V^reeinenl PARIS I s'fTned ;i Trgde Aw restore treoi the two i out ti to th.. %  deals *tth problembetw.%  fella Ambassador. •igned for Franre and Carlos Wova. Ambassad PicnirjQjjntiaiv atgned for Mexico— Itruu-r Police Sinush Secret Uutlio Stations I N I '.' %  i %  i clandestine radio out Ant wen I darned in %  %  %  I %  hrror-> '• • Egpyt Will \<>t Sup§M>rt L'J\ %  July 11. I i.i liir, Day. told reporter! todaj full) cor lhal aggression In Kon. inpiied hut I... ipporl Uu United Nation: o to aid Souih Korea "bi la i Nation aa promptly in paf el In the pn %  bell should be lopped prompt!) I i i both Coma :m Egypt %  usrn a.> the caun* as It equally foment* Krutrr %  I th.it %  i tl Th" i nut Ol (rom el %  —Rruler ktl!\ S#'€'s (sromvko I.ON1KIN .lulv M Bi David Keii, %  riuah Amhi..Mi*ro*. lo-dav saw M leagth* Ai aputy Soviet I M kscusai KM,... I ...... man stated to-night —aleutri not exclude i parUi i Ida whetlwi th 1 .'IMII M II altogethei Bui t. I aliina Statue Goes To V erduri l in Matue % %  (hu i i it Verdi st i yeaierdas aftei noon \ hi 1 %  i %  %  % %  ut .n do and '.*re reUrlni i prepared Wane." N. rth K I ... i i ihat North Ki %  1 In bal troop i. | -. • %  %  %  %  1 lion or Presiiure . .--ul ol tin %  : %  '"I. inn v.,,. n. ui rahaa pla a ea reeterdai had i meat esteamlve dei ihtea ..llrm. M r lH-i;.,i. t ."I. %  %  %  Lord I i .i i*,i area m iiuii. and arasidad %  ' ihi c.i • %  w i '."vrinber. VATIt \". i 1IV I il> 11 VaUca the) nven the fati Byrni %  V Koi hen %  merit It Ml Morthi : I-. • .1 feaatet U.S. \ltM) u UVTS 20,000 I/A;A WAMIINi.lDN July II i %  u \ %  I i irtd ba M %  pan s., • %  nn i.i i i .:,.arsht i. %  of Sel< • %  i e said It %  "" DM l Krutir MAC ARTHUR CHANGf; DEATH SENTENCES TOKYO lac vi. ....... •• %  i hard laboui An Eighth Ai my Militai l %  -.(. Ing Gaaxtral Isamu %  • %  %  Wi "•r.l I Ml -Keuter WASHINGTON 1 I prl 1 lined in Ihe oroadeaai bi North %  Halion, ^*tii United %  I Stall I %  • it. .p. i %  %  % %  %  rti ... %  %  | %  Oround Irani I • toll %  | %  %  %  l B Kereai an wr !""> %  he .11...,. haek in Uw i. in. i..i id.. >|f ,,, it Mrtej i. ,.i ii.. eatuUn Thf ..r-.l liihlins ,. al I ,;1 1 i Ul till e*M ..I I Mill .N..III U I iiuiii'f ia i.,. aorta i >-t %  % % %  %  I • aa iM.e a Soviets Strip (srrmam Of $60,000 Million The Belgian Workers Are Fed Up With Short Protest Strikes Tha 5a i i %  thai Sot (Wt IMM) millii %  ipprovt? Mililitn Aid Hill In I .S. VVASIffNOTOH %  iinaoJBUHi %  B %  %  tioubled %  %  I %  %  Ui I sent li • i Keatei BONW JuJ> ll. 1 %  (lull, I %  ron i. %  %  %  %  Oerapli %  %  i U %  i p • %  %  %  %  %  %  tomorrow %  4 %  • %  againvt .!arch they have staged two < "right to Reuler V ftue-muntqi!... il.vious that Kli ... I %  %  %  %  %  the B K t 1 1 V'.'. st i hara I So.mli I 2 War Correspondents Killed In Korea TOKYO, July, it %  %  siars and axrassa %  %  i luted] as kiiici M "Arthur's Headijui.i-< iiifoimed r,r liter tnd hav,. %  %  l %  %  (W0 marks durlnir th' 1 I'.nancia! veal Reuler



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PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY JILY 12. 1* CaJiib galling S IR CI K C M G Head i ( D• Welfare British of U) I ran Commlaslon I B.G. Al %  %  %  led a meeting of the Caribbean Commlwn In Martinique in Dmiiieu... 1.1 one *ve T Father and Son |H ALFRED ST >N1 %  .idad > %  Mng i i 'H W I .\ Mi -• % %  i about two Rupert will onll 1*%  about if" da) Mi Btom ..:%  %  Spain Con"""-.'!'-!' %  ecu Rupert who La aria. Behlumber %  ger's in C arac a l ha* just returned from a two n Mexico and thr US one week In Trinidad befoi rornimj Thev .inboth RockLcy. Mr. S'onc ha* a daaafhb Convent Something New! I I'NDf HSTANI) thai in |h Brtdgatown Playoi produeUon, they will i-e Introduc IIIK • new faaliin la Uie Theatre, KOmcthing which is at DP v.-rv popular in America instead of COD from thr walk down the aisles, up the steps ami on* tha I I ...ii gg DV< i la Barbados remains to beseen but 11 cai %  f direct of lha aa*> piui Left By Gaecogne Trinidad inns on Holiday rlnlon C-..II..,. I... M %  M 1SS K !""" E '^"^ night by thr fin., ..<;.• hi Enit,'*''"" "'"," ""'""I' land Hcv O.l.lm.,,, will al*> b.•*' "'""' '" -l*nd b loavln, Barbadc. chortly n,. %  '•'k"mual I. Irovt. for Jamaica on mday to '"" "'• take up a temporary appointment "< %  %  ' there, He will then join Mrs. UilWay MB, Lumsden Coldinan in England Corona Club noli M AufUlt Holiday, W .T1I :.. 1 ..(| i ilread* m >^ed down %  ii. • %  er* havmonth ially those with i %  ildren make August "a %  th" to be at Bathsheb< School children from the neighbouring islands will, of course, be leturmng home, but August is also the month when (nan) Trii.idad. T! G and other W I Motors. This yeai Mill i aktcs>uoa, Returned From U.K. Holiday -> '. M KING Had MM Arthur of "Lei..:..:.' [ %  ino Hill, returned from their dha' holiday in the United Kingdom on Monday by the Cotttca Th<> win friend* in Edinburgh and also I D| 'lie time in London Sunken Treasure I F A LARGE part of IL i UN wound up In o crashed submarine In waters eft Jamaicathat possibility will be thoroughly explored In a movie to 1-e made In Jamaica, "Sunker Treasure." Hoi an Praston will star In thai thriller about a sea captain turned diver, who finds tha tree uao* ihi loot aj iviMy U Miller did. There'-, quite a story hm "I • project: "Sunken Treasuie" will be the first <>f 12 films produced by James Rurkeit under vear exclusive franchise granle-t to Jack Hern.an. both MB Of the Klngswnod Film Company Talent ipolting l.i London is Mr. Lester Cutler, executive of the Kmtfswood Film Company 111 Jamaica He is there to sign uu an English actress to play the female lead opposite Robert PresLolKliiv' Mis, Lumsden will b<* '" ''Sunken Treasure" Does staying with them down there Ml \ Cu t,er h !" CJ ld 1 *„ h lhc Also arriving on Monday from i u ?. ky ljdv wl D *? W J %  *•• %  Trinidad were Mlu CvrihiH' ,u P rn F'mme ahead of Itf and M R. KENNETH W. BLACKgSg whll J ht ., c t „ r ;(t oul oll( we ,h.ll consider^ ever, OCbT I1URNE. newly-i-vpoliit. A va J h an ,, Ml „ -vr lltm! rinnina ,or v,,rv P |c1ui • "<* **M ntl Governor .,! .h, u-,,,, Wl ^m i-or, ofXln?^ho p,^" ,0 %**• M ""p ^SZH tucceasaon to Lord llaldwin. fcprnd „„ ^^' S u|*? Mar." Todd i,nd Jean s, n>n">"-" e. Worthing M RS E COI.DMAN. Rev A T. Coldinan of Cod• SIR i.l .11:1.1 •Ml. K( M <. loft yesterday morning 1 1 l>. 1111111:1 l>v 11 r. Airv. ijn Hi U ptetured ban HI hi my to %  II.K.I. Kadi* PrnjiraBar IBM -. '* 11 1 1?. Its* T m TIW N.; 1 10 a m New* %  .> ' . Tom ). %  .. r.t.. : 4S - Cn>M>llv a**.'^ I %  n> man Usa I III m Pi-mmiv •l. S I* m Word -rrf WorMllp. IliB hfM' *ei.ti i.-.t. Ira ^ in caat p m UUJIIC (ar i.i1 11 s^.i... 1 p m The World of Hinii I p T>r N.*,.. 2 i p m M. %  %  Brliam III pm Sprt *vir. :". Pavilion rl|)fr> 1 4* m Th Bkld KM. 1 (.., nr*c sintnui onh-ir. • piThe Hewa, Ulp TIW DH> II 1 II, A.i"lU— Im.-rt.i.l >.niw Pamir. S ** B n tin 1 Hum Jaa* Piano lor Pkriauic. (30pm lvr from I i*" .1. S--... : 10 p 111 Nrw IS T M p in Cnrkvt Kvpnr ... A 1 M lwrv1hlr. 110—7 4 V in Ciiri *r JPalk U Honiii. Mood', the Jiiuiaiii fhulflut. I V I" Radio Nif*l: • I* p . Mla *••* TaU %  0 p r' lnlam^lHmal Urtrd%  Hid. I * P m tr-tarludr. Horn ihrBdllot MU. • p m \ (.i.ml Koleh pm I—I 10 i tliidf. la lo | USrsVAI. in lhc daus o/ short-liair sl V le: Ihese shoulder-'en Ht ft eliallenues lo failm thinks I'atrtri nnd fancy ruf ar Sally Ann Howe tin psaMMr "inn 'l/le. : M0 111 at the umiu.il Cotonlal Bat vice dinner held in London Ins! week. The Colonial Secretary ..re Travellers Tales ,n the tui %  iu.,1 thON pieveni .^^(AVELLER'S TREE", a book |iK-ludi Lord Milverton and Mr I John Swtale, MiWO,, ol BUU ,', % %  '. %  ";'. % '.'"'"'. ""Li"'": for Colonial Aflaira. Mr. Rlackburne has just relinquished hla duties as Director of Information at :iie Colonial Ofltca, ai turning his nttontion to hLs new poat Hi' b nol oxpoi h d u> come out to the Leeward.*, though III) September. Lucky Break T RINIDAH ACTOR FltANK SINOUINEAU has |nflt had a lucky break Ii.. is pla.nu: m Noel Coward's new show "Ace of Spader" which begin ai the Cambridge theatre In London last %  --k Racontl) ha ha had part some of ihe top llritish sVctltMom bill minuur has It that Raatl Court, one of the youngest prettiest of the J. Arthur Rank •tatwill get the part bean und tVnlral Amen-.i. U Mr ciiller. also said that part shortly to IMpublished in London two of his mission is MiUni dk by John Murray's. Author is 35trlbution ageiiU in England for Var-oU Patrick Ix-igh-Kcrmor. Klngswood Films We are goim; A Second Look NORFOLK. Engla %  c took in Pi Inoa Marga up %  Royal Norfblfc • hlon* ler ra .1 pink silk dress featuring .1 pectaculai %  -i pad bodloa Tha ctirfafJ oai klliw conttiwad In vraii ptni area down the elbow-lcngthed irlnajm laavi Toppad by U was a hat chapiil like a \ikin^ helniei. made ol win!. With wings on aacJ BOOM IN BELLS MORADABAU Bells In all siiea, from dinner gongs to church bells, are bein; lurned out here lo meet a growInk United States demand. Mora dabad bells are among the world'i best and foundries are workin; overtimo to lill order*. — (CP) Rupert and Miranda—W • hitevo'i thi iniiiai •h< bilk brjf. "YWvf gw h*t you aiMtd. luvf n 1 ru Vou r in a osluc nd v*> o"">i; to Pf,nt..:" "yes." sob. M.rind*. bui sh< aw '•' d ,. 1 w *" h,n *" .. Mi.i'vaa recking too and hoor. Oh. deaf. Id W. -houih! ind mojairg. Ciaod gfKiOU.. ol laal hippraing. Haptn :r** tht BO.M to %  cup,ojrd. ind h gseilT opens tha dooi. Insuk. 10 hi* aMoonhnwnt. h %  • doll* ol |B hapr. and n p-l*d high on v*fy *h I Md PLAZA Wed t Th U r.-5 h 8 30 p-n %  4 Shirley TEMPLE '•> •'THAT UAGEX UIHI." %  Jag lora, WAVTJK -nd DVKEthr Mt..l. Hon. Iff "MAI \TEU UOIM" r.id*y llh 'FKIHTEK SQUADRON .Terhracolo.t Ecillna STEAMER HOTEL EDINBURGH A vteamslup will be u flnntin. hotel for 100 members of a Danish 0ff< haatra scheduled to play Bt tha Edinburgh Festival this ; August l A (Mambari >!. UATINIZ TO-llAV it I pm NlfiilT a TOHORHOW NIGHT J • ut -ci(rn mid IU.rti.. in "HE'S MY GUY" -mi lili'h ftm.v ruzzv KMUJii Patrick D.S O O B E A member of to make a real success of the Traveller' Uuh in London, he said, "and we want to m\ as JM hi peni much of hi. lime In widta market as possible for, the Balkans, and is soon to visit our dims" Discussions are In Igala He says the island progress at the moment, hut unul he hk.il loM in the West Indies everything is signed und sealed! im Oranada "Tiavi-iiei--. Tree/* Mi Cutler is not prepan I 1illusiialed with Mill" v.i. r.i.xl announce the name of his ager.ts. I photographs. With British Embassy On Long Leave M ISS IKIKKI N I'AVNK. ,t.ii|:li..,. „ t, ,.f Mn •'. Ii Payrw |if H %  BARTON. Assistant Of Pine Road, who arrived hete on "*Coloiu..l Se, iel.„-x M,|: in RNHIX Stralegem and Daap ,, Jlnd to SWand a hoUday with I"" -'iid their two children were are the Roots when those two i„ ir mother and n-lalive.. Icfl vesamong the passengers leaving piaya. **" ,n ""' .P 1 0 .""""?!? lerday for Puerto Rieo by II W 1 A. fcnrbados on Monday by the GaaFrank Is in his late thirties. He m transH to the U.S.. where she eagne en route to Englari went to England In 1346. and has i( „.„ h lh) British Kmbjis-v in noUQa) Mr. Barton Is on s| x Washington. months' long loavs been the BY THE WAY //> II1.M HI 'MUM S INCE the Profasaor Moctabbtn, champion iwiychologist. wrote his eight-vohin.r bn on the secret thoughts of worms, and came to no conclusions at all at the end of the task, the subject has been neglected Bui recently an Ann 1 1 thologisl has settled down lo watch worms for M* months, ra m a box. The bog COBlalns earth and the j.adget to administer an atactrii .shirk with a separata toute leading to each. If. says he. the vorrna choose the route to the earth, it will prove that they think, if they march straight foi the electric shock, it will prove that they don't think On the ar.swer u> this quattlon win depend, etc., etc etc. Any worm who chooses tin1 lectl it month* on and 11 p .1. 1 %  , 1 al ol 1 .,. ,. less little rascal, or one with a pt rveras taste rot slaetrlt Uiv mmiziiifc ttr. Khulmrli A CLIENT or Di whether that dOetat really deal with all the questions he Is asked Certainly, lie ha* a staff of 3.000 to sort. till in 1 III 1 line, and he I"" his 1 ei sou,ii attention to every problem howevei trivial it may asm. %  'I -nth a peak that many people run consult him before bolUng an egg %  a billion on .1 hirl Fverythini: is psychological." d Rhubarb yesterday, "And heard of Thraodgold'i Thorogrti Rhubarb %  '' ll y w the Hag on nazing .,,..1. their building. Did it make rou hi ',-IMIM IMV I' nlrT Mr. Ilowlem: l\..,l -mn I eep me socks up. Sus-pender< Lurst en ma Biring urts. Elasterte banns burst on me. like me falher btfora DM ( ... hlr..mill Please dliswei qua 'mn. Did that flag Influence your sock-life*' Mr Ilowlem: It mad,. KM trj tuckln' in thlop*, but the *ole Ining fell down again. Snapdrlver: Yuu saw 'he ilug %  1 etton Me." 1'r.Kli of 1 cry 1 What Is he l ttoetOJ MifasVi sWbllrnlnolocr, Mum[nti aartistl • Getting \mvhvrf klroarrol: Mi Ilowlem. von %  aid that you had never IhOUghl and l ,t >; ou ,,ldn,t b "y ,n '' garlerMr lloulem: If you 'ad fallei ""if. snj then burst yer braeai t>toopln' over to pull 'em Up, I sou *ad one 'and for ihe sicks god t'other lo 'old up yer trouser*. Idn't be gapln* at tie %  11: tiag. Ceckleearral: There is no poinl 1 all this Call the next aiUlg, I RlatignUatiah GLOBE TO-DAY & TO-MORROW 5 4 8.30 P.M. BUD ABBOTT aV cosfiuo PATRIC KNOWIES WILLIAM GARGAN Louise ALLBRITTON lnoirf (owai WiNitai Bmiii HIIIVKIIH Dae Parti* TaWina. G*nai Iggggj Stowl U'—r tVar. Stanl**Rot*** • t iJ — -I JM D-.it.d by LBLt C KtNION A UNIVEB3AI PICTUBt Piodi^di, A 1 .EX GOnLiEh IIOVAI. (Worth.ngi' To-day a. To-morraw 4.38 & 8.38 Action Packed Double George Raft in INTRIGUEand William lioyd as Hopalong 1.,-suly in THE MARALUEKS" I KIDAY N1TE at g.30 Madam O'LINDY A TROUPE in "CARACAS NIGHT" 1 iirnti To-day 4.45 p.m. Tkersaai tM & %  p> Hud Abbot I. L0 I "AFRICA SCKEAMS" Ta Nile al 8.30 Madam O'LINDY ATROUPE "CARACAS NIGHT" HO\Y hiilii & lo-morruu 4.30 i 8.30 p.m. ..i-G-MBig Double Wallace Beery. Tom Drake "THIS MAN'S NAVY" and "VALLEY OF DECISION" With (Irenorv Peck. — Greer Garon OLYMPIC: Today 4.45 a. 8.15 p.m. Ihursday 4.45 Only Final Inst RepublicS.ua! "DICK TRACY RETURNS" With Ralph Bvrd, David Sliarpe. Lee porde Thursd.y~Nlte at g.30 "CARACAS NIGHT" I. AIKTY (The Gmrdtn) ST. JAMES 11 aE L^'V^ MV l-'ll 1-.T I 'If it jA V H Xi It lt\ -g BECAME A IHIMI.XAL" with r-.A... HOWARD sail i.ltA. ana 1 11.1.it at *• uiA.xrs 1 TRXVOR—Alan HA IX Can an antiseptic lu!f> in htainix i~ %  minis heal nf their own accord whl n they ate kepi free from the gca ti cav .c; k Infection. To keep ttoiiml* in the hculthy contUtJon tbf healing, aurgeona have for years relied iip.m 'Dettol*. This ruthless l.bkinant*.Tlveiotouji,*nJlLck. CTZZu %  PUnjnuia Ten eah Gold-Toot" N rPea .... 1 c 1 pin cro IOH I**. aaioGSTOWN. oaa-aco* C CARLT0N BROWNE WboltaaV Retail Druidsl %  136. Roebork St. Dial 2813 ^ BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. DRINK MURRAY'S MILK STOUT "THE STOUTEST OF ALL STOUTS" MWMNG & CO.. LTD.—AgenU 'V-&oocc*-'


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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Wednesday, July 12, 1950
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H'fd ilfsdur.
July 12.
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Barbaiws
fluuncate
i v r. I \ i s
Yrar S4
N. KOREANS FORCE BACK U.S. TROOPS
Holiday Camp
Looks For 800,000
Butlin Seeks Dollars
(From Our Own Corropundt'iit)
... I.ONUOV July II.
^r.'.OTUTIONS I" And OUO.IIIHI for Ihr c.impl,ii,.n i
Ihe Bullin Holiday C.mp in the Bati&max are reported
lo be proiircssinn in lxMidon. Brigadier Keilh Thurburn
chairman of Bullin'-. (Bahamas) is believed lo be s,ekniB
the money from a uroup outside the Drjvton iniere.l.
who have already unk 0MMN in Ihe villaitr.
If the new group puts up the money n will lake the I
form of the first morluaie ilebenlure slock secured "ii Ihe
Bahamas property
I H may aUo aciulre
wr MAM M r*1' eouilv of the buallM
ft ft irt A BKfifi "'" P'"* "" n'' jroup in Ihe
ICp /lenCU [position ol bavin, nrsl claim. I
00 the Company .int. it- profits
Frederick Ellis. Dally fcxprrw
city editor says that if n I
/- [don talks should fail. BriaariK't
Victims | Pbstm?,n "*""
In any event he will fly t.. Nev.
York on Saturday to join Mi '
Bullin. who is cilreadv aeaa;ln|
dollars lo complete_thr village
"MaantlPttO" say* Ellis, interest
being paid on 45o.ooh unsecured
loan stock put up by Drayton
interests is 5 per cent - a clue I
lo the interest that will have tt>|
be paid on any lint debenture "
Ellis adds that .is Hutlin left (or
New York, he blamed Cilv ltm.ii
iers for some of his troubles
He is reported as savin* "Allan-
eiers in the (itv who were
backing me had told m
ohead. and that they'd mm the
money needed to make the Vaca-
tion Village a big dollar earner
"A little ungrateful." conclude-
Elh- "seeing that the fit* i.n.,1,
c*" Mr. Harold Drayton'*
group have put up more than
half the Cl.750.000 spent so far"
Asked
For Fire
ims
i .! obi it.,, < .-*Df><
BELIZE. July ||
Governor Sir Ronald Garvev in
hi* mid-day broadcast appealed
for help to aid 105 victims of last
ni* ,lrc' '"'t*su,n,,bly caused by
films in .i warehouse, completely
hurtling out 13 houses, and
verely scorching 6 otM
The Governor announced that
Committee has been formed to
help as the Red Cross which im-
mediately swungTnto action, will
be unable to carry the whole re-
ihlllty
The Government has given $500
to help A Ren i
s.ild the Society will ul-
tima us Ion* as necessary Nine
persons suffered burns, shocks
"I cuts
THE STATUE or OUR LADY ill PAT HA
[ Ulld-M A 1 i
The'no ti. Hi. i 1 in
i lo att-'nd tin V ice i.d BUI
- u Ukea t. Verd.,, in Hi, p.n.h of
'lie Imi* nosrd who an u.llixro
i |>roe*iioii ol -ai- jnd bases nom Bil Before addresning Uieaj. ratlin Floors
15 DIVIS1G\S HATTER
A GAI\ST SOL TIL JR\ LINE
J0A Allied Plum's S. fffe Reds
TO-YO, July 11.
| IRED AND BATTKRED American troops,
outnumbered live to one in men and four to
one in tanks today fought stubbornly in the bat
tie of a triangle for the vital river defences ud
cross country railway system of South Korea
They fell back on their "no retreat'* line btfo
. II out Communist drive down the main highway
ieading to Taejon the provisional South Korean
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y ,
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nornu iftei
i ight hat tie fin |
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upported bi eei |
I A Plan
Vir Force Ol
70 Groups

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Porei .'i .i' group
. ropriauon i" r
there la ni
1 plane* an Involve*
md in rn on n lawa
lotaad ataay Catholics froa.
a ahon prayai ni the m.-i
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Pleven New
Premier Of
France
PARIS. Jut)
Near-Radical Rene Pleve
loday elected Prime Minister of
ihe French Republic
Formation of a new Govern-
rent to end France's three week'
'Id political crisis seemed verv
near tonight ai the chief parties
agreed In principle to join a Gov-
ernment under Premier Ren-
i even
The Joint Committee of the
Socialist Parliamentary group and
ihe Socialist Executive Committee
voted unanimously in favour of
the principle of participation. The
Radicals and Popular Republican!
had atread* votad to partlclpat*,
M. Pleven wa axpertad to term
hU Government late tonight or to-
morrow. He had -Mill to negotiate
with the partial on the li.t poUltl
Of the iliffteultv as well an on the
di'trihulion of portfolios
Hi
Robert
9?
Trieste May He
Another Korea
Warns Sforza
Rome. July n.
Italian Foreign Minister Count
Carlo Sforza warned tonight that
Trieste, "may become anotntr
Korea '. Winding; up the Foreign
Affairs debate in the Chamber of
D-nities. Btona "audacious reversal of the trulh"
when leftists claimeil thai Boutfl
ern Koreans had lieen the aggres-
sors. "How can one believe th.,t .,
Government would be stupid ...
enough to launch an attack which (""oil
"i the space of a few hour* wa> 1-ieinli <
nut only repulsed but w..s trans-1 AJ1
tteal whuh i. still
going on Ha refuted leftwini QQ.
laatlona that the Secunt-
action on Korea wai illegal be-

f one aci apti thli 11
"The Federation Ball h In
The West Indies' Court
Attlee
Corrects
Strachey
. i
Prime Mtniatei i
lo-day i ,-i.,,ill..i.,I ...i,;: words in
Ihe speech 0| Wai
Stracfaey on Attlee tuin i r u I Common
i < inK in
the wo?il-
i-
um mi

accept "..
traaiei power
United N
ork of lh.it bod)
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disputed i-
July I, in


ptlon thai
leaving the
i
Rruler
W.I
K] I " to '< ,. M
Srhiiman (Popular It'^-
i uDUcanj m ihe Foralgn Offlca,
hand over the National Defence
Uiniatry to M. juii aloch
oocta U and cither keep M.
Maurice Petsche (Moderate) .it
tie Finance \tini.tn.
io m. Pen" Mayar (Radical)
Reuler
Malik Cutceb Trip
LAKE SUCCESS. Juiv II
Mr. Jacob Malik. Ruaal
United Nations delegate. <.on elicit
his sailing reservations on ihe.
Sf'r ''!. which left here | Altogether: sup
today. Mr. Malik .-s to have ie- timate. I(,t.dled
turned to ihi- Soviet Union onlnea
Britain \\ ill S\nm\
B8m, More On
Deforce
LONDON. July 11.
nntain is huggallng to spend an
I .ihwi.OOO tin
en Union defence. . Govi
mem white i.ap.1 givln*! supple-
nwiiigr) ei\ii eatjj] ktea revealed
tolu
1%M extra turn w, needed fn
construction or development of
mllitar) WOrh, headquarter^
conupiinlCTUons...... all field,
part of the plan-, of the Brussel
rreat.% powera. it was stated
"h.
leave"
'. .
Kmtrr tru 1 oreigp un..

trawas n
n -e-tion '
*e|er
West Indies Need
Planned Emigration
(From Our Own Correspondent)
u l. ^ w LONDON July U,
Barbadian Mr C. W W. Graenidge. .-v-cfnit
ul British Honduras and Secretary of the Anti-Slaver
ocii Ij uf Great Britain has stressed the Rrav* pi
of ovrrpopulation in the West Indtes. Mauritius and othei
>l Uw Biitu.h Commonwealth in u letter to the Time-..
U.Y Fund For
Backward Areas
referrtd lo
oeuvre In f
t
dealt \- "'i leal r undelno-
. .(* pranatioi


I
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1
hlmaal
wrong
AttJ
IlilflC OUI
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ll I
Prance-1
i '

in h atata
mud be n
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Reylr,

Listowel Suggests Study
Of Economic Prospects
tKroiii Our Own toi re>|hiiidenl)
LONDON Juh !i
rhe British Govarnment should not decline i
thair aliitude lo B.W I federation, but should wail ut.i
ul huriajaturej have had tin--* to oonsidei it.
1 ggvs Lord Uato#i I In a letter to the Tim.-, i
weal lodlgjig wuiilii ragard n Qovammenl pi
nouncament at this moment ai u dt'lib.-raU' attempt |o i
'luence their representatives, and in effect might uell i >
tha revarai l what was intended

iid as

ufhVleni that a
' 11 ll
1 then inmost .
give the v<
MsaUUnee the} i
further It"
Lord Liatowai
conaUtuIlonal future "f '
Indal
paet ..f aconomli -i.ii.iiit-.
Tin- imp]
nee <( M-v. i .
in the region .. i i.le
ti ai
GKNEVA. July 11
Mr. S.i n Ch|leti repreaeo-
the United H* I
hi.mi- .,nd Social Coum
* ij i < v on .i mm
imc form .( atan hall \
lor evonomu .
in underdeveloped areas
Schnake dcelare.1 lie did not
' l M Aid should
be extended Ut
but some form ol help where
capital cuuli1 t*c
the Governments throu|
BOOdl
The Chih
Id ,.1-n he
act up r.fid ;or

'
I
! if OIK- A
ihe best solutiona to thi-
ne said. "Forelan capital should
be used to promote formation -f
national capital
Reutrr.
Aftei welrojii
,an international confer. ..
[he held to stu.ii matnodi relieving
1 population problem* |i ,V
the writer w.
Should no* ION -^IV I the raci
"are large ni.mbers of
IK-ople in
tlfara ; United
Klllfcdon:
Oovarnrnenta
who are in as (treat neeo of ulan-
r.ed emlgTBtl
hi ui,. ....
enee,"
Twq flfgn Trude
V^reeinenl
PARIS '
I
s'fTned ;i Trgde Aw
restore treoi
the two i out ti
to th..
deals *tth
problem- betw.-
fella Ambassador.
igned for Franre and Carlos
Wova. Ambassad
PicnirjQjjntiaiv atgned for
Mexico Itruu-r
Police Sinush
Secret Uutlio
Stations
I N I '.' i i
clandestine radio
out Ant wen I
darned in



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hrror-> '
Egpyt Will \<>t
SupM>rt L'J\
July 11.
I i.i liir, Day. told re-
porter! todaj full) cor
lhal aggression In Kon.
inpiied hut I...
ipporl Uu United Nation:
o to aid Souih Korea "bi
la i Nation
aa promptly in paf
el In the pn
bell
should be lopped prompt!)
I i i
both Coma
:- m Egypt
usrn a.> the caun*
as It equally
foment*
Krutrr

I th.it
i
tl
Th" i
nut Ol .
(rom el

Rruler
ktl!\ S#''s (sromvko
I.ON1KIN .lulv M
Bi David Keii, riuah Amhi..-
Mi*ro*. lo-dav saw M
leagth* Ai aputy Soviet
I M
kscusai Km,...
i ......
man stated to-night aleutri
not exclude
i parUi i liuirii .ii i
II
dene
Ing from hum......
cnuses
\ppietialiun Needed
1 .....
WOUU IHISt
ropori m lha Wi . r

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ked to
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should ti.-ii ba
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UoiM to Ihe forifi ..i mm
and do

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if tin- effort
ailedr
have to de> Ida whetlwi
th 1
' .'IM- II M II
altogethei Bui t.
I aliina
Statue Goes
To V erduri
l in Matue ! (hu i
i
it Verdi...... st i
yeaierdas aftei noon \ hi
1 i ut . ..t ih
proaaauon ot
I
- it Vi iun thart
i ice and Father Palrtct
Me brauahi Ihs stMiue i
Darbadoa. spoke lo 'in- i

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evening ihi tgi.....tu...... I
i
i 11 o'clo

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- ell ion i
... -
I';i|i;il Nuncio
Evlissing
In Korea

i
rleed limit
1
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had liiilated th
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pn
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SPORTS
WINDOW
DenonncBM
L.S. Action

\ HeedMraarten taafcfd......
Mid i.....sht tli*l i.reurr luil
a.......aUasjaaol) exerted ea
vsaarlaaa lines >n do and
'.- *re reUrlni i prepared
.....Wane."
N. rth K
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bal troop
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Presiiure
. .--ul ol tin

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rahaa plaaea reeterdai had
i meat esteamlve dei ihtea
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Lord I i .i i*,i
.
area m iiuii. and arasidad ' '
. ihi c.i w
i
'."vrinber.
VATIt \". i 1IV I il> 11
VaUca
the) nven
the fati
Byrni
- V
Koi
hen

merit It Ml Morthi
: I-.
.1 feaatet
U.S. \ltM) u UVTS
20,000 i/a;a
WAMIINi.lDN July II
i u
\
, I
i irtd
ba M
pan .
s., nn
.
i.i i i .:,.-
arsht i. of Sel<

i e said It
"" DM l.....
Krutir
MAC ARTHUR CHANGf;
DEATH SENTENCES
TOKYO '
lac vi.
.......

i hard laboui
An Eighth Ai my Militai
l .-.(.
Ing Gaaxtral Isamu '
Wi .
"r.l
I Ml -Keuter
WASHINGTON '
1
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prl
1
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lined in Ihe oroadeaai bi North
'
Halion, ^*tii United
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Mrtej.....i. ,.i ii.. eatuUn
Thf ..r-.l liihlins ,. al
I ,;1"1 i.......Ul......till e*M ..I
.......I Mill .N..III U......I
iiuiii'f ia i.,. aorta i >-t

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I
aa iM.e a
Soviets Strip (srrmam
Of $60,000 Million
The Belgian Workers Are Fed Up
With Short Protest Strikes
Tha 5a i i
thai Sot
(Wtimm) millii
ipprovt? Mililitn
Aid Hill In I .S.
VVASIffNOTOH

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tomorrow
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-.!arch they have staged two < "right to
Reuler

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il.vious that Kli
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the B
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t 11 V'.'.
st i hara
I
So.mli I
2 War Correspondents
Killed In Korea
TOKYO, July, it


siars and
axrassa .....i luted] as kiiici
M "Arthur's
Headijui.i-< iiifoimed
r,r liter
tnd hav,.

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I'.nancia! veal Reuler


PACK TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY JILY 12. 1*
CaJiib galling
SIR CI K C M G
Head i ( D-
Welfare
British of U)
I ran Commlaslon
I
B.G. Al
.
led a meeting of the Caribbean
Commlwn In Martinique
in Dmiiieu... 1.1 one *ve -
T Father and Son
|H ALFRED ST >N1

.idad > Mng i i
'h w i .\ Mi -. i
about two
Rupert will onll 1*-
about if" da)
Mi Btom ..:-
Spain Con"""-.'!'-!' ecu
Rupert who La aria. Behlumber
ger's in Caracal ha* just returned
from a two n
Mexico and thr US .
one week In Trinidad befoi
rornimj '
Thev .in- both
RockLcy.
Mr. S'onc ha* a daaafhb
Convent
Something New!
II'NDf HSTANI) thai in |h
Brtdgatown Playoi
produeUon, they will i-e Introduc
iiik new faaliin la Uie Theatre,
KOmcthing which is at DP
v.-rv popular in America
instead of COD
from thr
walk down the aisles, up the steps
ami on* tha I
I ...ii gg dv< i la Barba-
dos remains to be- seen but 11 cai
Tom MrGoo is again In rhurvo
.>f direct of lha aa*> piui
Left By Gaecogne
Trinidad inns on Holiday
rlnlon C-..II..,. I........ M.......- M1SS K!"""E '^"^ '
night by thr fin., ..<;. hi Enit- ,'*''"" "'"," ""'""I'
land Hcv O.l.lm.,,, will al*> b.- *' "'""' '" -l*nd b
loavln, Barbadc. chortly n,. -''k- "mual I. .
Irovt. for Jamaica on mday to '"" "' '
take up a temporary appointment "< '
there, He will then join Mrs. UilWay MB, Lumsden
Coldinan in England
Corona Club
noli
M
AufUlt Holiday,
W.T1I :..
1
..(| i ilread* m >^ed down
ii. er* hav-
- month
ially those with
i ildren make August "a
th" to be at Bathsheb<
School children from the neigh-
bouring islands will, of course, be
leturmng home, but August is
also the month when
(nan) Trii.idad. T! G and other
W I Motors. This yeai
Mill i.....aktcs>uoa,
Returned From U.K.
Holiday
-> '. M KING Had M-
M Arthur of "Lei..:..:.'
[ino Hill, returned from their
dha' holiday in the Unit-
ed Kingdom on Monday by the
Cotttca Th<> win
friend* in Edinburgh and also
I d| 'lie time in London
Sunken Treasure
IF A LARGE part of IL i
UN wound up In o
crashed submarine In waters eft
Jamaica- that possibility will be
thoroughly explored In a movie to
1-e made In Jamaica, "Sunker
Treasure."
Hoi an Praston will star In thai
thriller about a sea captain turned
diver, who finds tha tree
uao* ihi loot aj iviMy U Miller
did.
There'-, quite a story hm "I
project: "Sunken Treasuie" will
be the first <>f 12 films produced
by James Rurkeit under
vear exclusive franchise granle-t
to Jack Hern.an. both MB
Of the Klngswnod Film Company
Talent ipolting l.i London is
Mr. Lester Cutler, executive of
the Kmtfswood Film Company 111
Jamaica He is there to sign uu
an English actress to play the
female lead opposite Robert Pres-
LolKliiv' Mis, Lumsden will b<- * '" ''Sunken Treasure" Does
staying with them down there Ml\Cu,t,er h. CJ ld" 1*h lhc
Also arriving on Monday from iu?.ky ljdv wl" D*? WJ *
Trinidad were Mlu CvrihiH' ,u" PrnF'mme ahead of Itf and
MR. KENNETH W. BLACK- gSg whll J ht.,c tr ;(t,oul oll(. we ,h.ll consider^ ever, OCbT
I1URNE. newly-i-vpoliit. A .vaJh an,, Ml -vrlltm!, rinnina ,or "v,,rv P|c1ui* "<* **M *ntl
Governor .,! .h, u-,,,, Wl ^m i-or, ofXln?^ho p,^" ,0 %** M""p ^SZH *
tucceasaon to Lord llaldwin. fcprnd ^^' Su|*? Mar." Todd i,nd Jean s,n>n">"-"
. e. Worthing
MRS E COI.DMAN.
Rev A T. Coldinan of Cod-

SIR i.l .11:1.1 Ml. K( M <.
loft yesterday morning 1 1
l>. 1111111:1 l>v 11 r. Airv. ijn
Hi U ptetured ban hi hi my
to
II.K.I. Kadi* PrnjiraBar
IBM -. '* 11 1 1?. Its*
T m TIW N.; 1 10 a m New*
.- > '
. . Tom ). .. r.t.. : 4S -
Cn>M>llv a**.- '^ I n> man Usa
I III m Pi-mmiv - l.
S I* m Word -rrf WorMllp. IliB
hfM' *ei.ti i.-.t. Ira ^ in caat
. p m UujiIc (ar
. i.i- 1 11
s^.i... 1 p m The
World of Hinii I p T>r N.*,..
2 i p m m. Brliam
III pm Sprt *vir. :".
Pavilion rl|)fr> 1 4* m Th Bkld
KM. 1 (.., nr*c sintnui onh-ir.
pi- The Hewa, Ulp TIW DH>
II 1
ii, A.i"lU Im.-rt.i.l
>.niw Pamir. S ** b n
tin 1 Hum
Jaa*
Piano lor Pkriauic.
(30pm lvr from I i*"
.1. S--... : 10 p 111 Nrw
- IS T M p in Cnrkvt Kvpnr
... A 1 M lwrv1hlr. 1107 4
V in Ciiri *r JPalk U Honiii.
Mood', the Jiiuiaiii fhulflut. I V I"
Radio Nif*l: I* p . Mla **
TaU 0 p r' lnlam^lHmal Urtrd-
Hid. I * P m tr-tarludr.
Horn ihr- BdllotmU. p m \
(.i.ml Koleh pm II
10 i
tliidf. la
* lo |
USrsVAI. in lhc daus o/ short-liair slVle:
Ihese shoulder-'en Ht ft eliallenues lo failm
thinks
I'atrtri
nnd fancy ruf ar
Sally Ann Howe
tin psaMMr "inn
'l/le.
: M0
111
. at the umiu.il Cotonlal Bat
vice dinner held in London Ins!
week. The Colonial Secretary
..re
Travellers Tales
,n the tui iu.,1 thON pieveni .^^(avelLER'S TREE", a book
|iK-ludi Lord Milverton and Mr I
John Swtale, MiWO,, ol BUU ,', .'. ";'.? '.'"'"'. ""Li"'":
for Colonial Aflaira. Mr. Rlack-
burne has just relinquished hla
duties as Director of Information
at :iie Colonial Ofltca, ai
turning his nttontion to hLs new
poat Hi' b nol oxpoi h d u> come
out to the Leeward.*, though III)
September.
Lucky Break
TRINIDAH ACTOR FltANK
SINOUINEAU has |nflt had
a lucky break Ii.. is pla.nu: m
Noel Coward's new show "Ace
of Spader" which begin ai the
Cambridge theatre In London last
--k Racontl) ha ha had part
some of ihe top llritish sVctltMom
bill minuur has It that Raatl
Court, one of the youngest
prettiest of the J. Arthur Rank
tat- will get the part
bean und tVnlral Amen-.i. U Mr ciiller. also said that part
shortly to Im- published in London two of his mission is MiUni dk
by John Murray's. Author is 35- trlbution ageiiU in England for
Var-oU Patrick Ix-igh-Kcrmor. Klngswood Films We are goim;
A Second Look
NORFOLK. Engla
c took
in Pi Inoa Marga
up Royal Norfblfc
hlon*
ler
ra .1 pink silk
dress featuring .1 pectaculai
-i pad bodloa Tha ctirfafJ
oai klliw conttiwad In vraii ptni
area down the elbow-lcngthed
irlnajm laavi
Toppad by U
was a hat chapiil like a \ikin^
helniei. made ol win!.
With wings on aacJ
BOOM IN BELLS
MORADABAU
Bells In all siiea, from dinner
gongs to church bells, are bein;
lurned out here lo meet a grow-
Ink United States demand. Mora
dabad bells are among the world'i
best and foundries are workin;
overtimo to lill order*. (CP)
Rupert and MirandaW
hitevo'i thi iniiiai
h< bilk brjf. "YWvf gw h*t
you aiMtd. luvf n 1 ru Vou r
in a osluc nd v*> o"">i; to *
Pf,nt..:" "yes." sob. M.rind*.
" bui sh< aw ''d,.1 w *"h,n *"
.. Mi.i'vaa recking too and hoor. Oh. deaf. Id W. -houih!
ind mojairg. Ciaod gfKiOU.. ol laal hippraing.
Haptn :r** tht BO.M to cup-
,ojrd. ind h gseilT opens tha dooi.
Insuk. 10 hi* aMoonhnwnt. h
doll* ol |B hapr. and n p-l*d
high on v*fy *h I Md
PLAZA
Wed t ThUr.-5 h 8 30 p-n

___4 Shirley TEMPLE '>
'THAT UAGEX UIHI."
Jag lora, WAVTJK -nd DVKE- thr Mt..l. Hon. Iff
"MAI \TEU UOIM"
r.id*y llh 'FKIHTEK SQUADRON .Terhracolo.t Ecillna
STEAMER HOTEL
EDINBURGH
A vteamslup will be u flnntin.
hotel for 100 members of a Danish
0ff< haatra scheduled to play Bt
tha Edinburgh Festival this
; August ASIATIC < III* l\l >l A (Mambari >!.
UATINIZ TO-llAV it I pm
NlfiilT a TOHORHOW NIGHT J
ut -ci(rn mid IU.rti..
in "HE'S MY GUY"
-mi lili'h ftm.v
ruzzv KMUJii
Patrick
D.S O O B E A member of to make a real success of
the Traveller' Uuh in London, he said, "and we want to m\ as
JM hi peni much of hi. lime In widt- a market as possible for,
the Balkans, and is soon to visit our dims" Discussions are In
Igala He says the island progress at the moment, hut unul
he hk.il loM in the West Indies everything is signed und sealed!
im Oranada "Tiavi-iiei--. Tree/* Mi Cutler is not prepan I
1- illusiialed with Mill" v.i. r.i.xl announce the name of his ager.ts. I
photographs.
With British Embassy On Long Leave
MISS IKIKKI N I'AVNK. ,t.ii|:li- ..,. ________ .
t, ,.f Mn '. Ii Payrw |ifH BARTON. Assistant
Of Pine Road, who arrived hete on "*Coloiu..l Se, iel.-x M,- |: '
in Rnhix Stralegem and Daap ,,.....Jlnd to SWand a hoUday with I"" -'iid their two children were
are the Roots when those two iir mother and n-lalive.. Icfl ves- among the passengers leaving
piaya. **" ,,n ""' .P1*0.""""?!? lerday for Puerto Rieo by II W 1 A. fcnrbados on Monday by the Gaa-
Frank Is in his late thirties. He mtransH to the U.S.. where she eagne en route to Englari
went to England In 1346. and has i( .h lh). British Kmbjis-v in noUQa) Mr. Barton Is on s|x
Washington. months' long loavs
been the
BY THE WAY
//> II1.M HI 'MUM
SINCE
the
Profasaor Moctabbtn,
champion iwiychologist.
wrote his eight-vohin.r bn
on the secret thoughts of worms,
and came to no conclusions at all
at the end of the task, the sub-
ject has been neglected
Bui recently an Ann 1 1
thologisl has settled down lo
watch worms for m* months,
ra m a box. The bog COB-
lalns earth and the
j.adget to administer an atactrii
.shirk with a separata toute lead-
ing to each. If. says he. the
vorrna choose the route to the
earth, it will prove that they
think, if they march straight foi
the electric shock, it will prove
that they don't think On the
ar.swer u> this quattlon win de-
pend, etc., etc etc. Any worm who
chooses tin- 1 lectl it
month* on and 11 p .1. 1 ,
1 al ol 1 .,. ,.
less little rascal, or one with a
pt rveras taste rot slaetrlt
Uiv mmiziiifc ttr. Khulmrli
A CLIENT or Di
whether that .
dOetat really deal
with all the questions he Is asked
Certainly, lie ha* a staff of 3.000
to sort. till in
1 III 1 line, and he I"" his
1 ei sou,ii attention to every prob-
lem howevei trivial it may asm.
'I -nth a
peak that many people run con-
sult him before bolUng an egg
a billion on .1 hirl
' Fverythini: is psychological."
d Rhubarb yesterday, "And
heard of Thraodgold'i Thorogrti
Rhubarb '' "ll y w the Hag on
nazing .,,..1. their building. Did it make rou
hi ',-IMIM IMV I'nlrT
Mr. Ilowlem: l\..,l -mn
I eep me socks up. Sus-pender<
Lurst en ma Biring urts. Elas-
terte banns burst on me. like me
falher btfora DM
( ... hlr..mill Please dliswei
qua 'mn. Did that flag Influ-
ence your sock-life*'
Mr Ilowlem: It mad,. KM trj
tuckln' in th- lop*, but the *ole
Ining fell down again.
Snapdrlver: Yuu saw 'he ilug

1 etton
Me."
1'r.Kli
of 1
cry
1 '
What Is he l ttoetOJ
MifasVi sWbllrnlnolocr, Mum-
[nti aartistl
Getting \mvhvrf
klroarrol: Mi Ilowlem. von
aid that you had never
IhOUghl and l",t >;ou ,,ldn,t b"y ,n'' garler-
Mr lloulem: If you 'ad fallei
""if. snj then burst yer braeai
t>toopln' over to pull 'em Up, I
sou *ad one 'and for ihe sicks
god t'other lo 'old up yer trouser*.
Idn't be gapln* at tie
11: tiag.
Ceckleearral: There is no poinl
1 all this Call the next aiUlg, I
RlatignUatiah
GLOBE
TO-DAY & TO-MORROW
5 4 8.30 P.M.
BUD
ABBOTT
aV
cosfiuo _
PATRIC KNOWIES
WILLIAM GARGAN
Louise ALLBRITTON
lnoirf (owai WiNitai Bmiii
HiiiVkIih Dae Parti*
TaWina. G*nai Iggggj Stowl
U'r tVar. Stanl**- Rot*** tiJ-I Jm
D-.it.d by LBLt C KtNION
A UNIVEB3AI PICTUBt
Piodi^di, A1.EX GOnLiEh
IIOVAI. (Worth.ngi'
To-day a. To-morraw 4.38
& 8.38
Action Packed Double
George Raft in - -
INTRIGUE-
and
William lioyd as Hopalong
1.,-suly
in
THE MARALUEKS"
I KIDAY N1TE at g.30
Madam O'LINDY A
TROUPE
in
"CARACAS NIGHT"
1 iirnti
To-day 4.45 p.m.
Tkersaai tM & ' p>
Hud Abbot I. L0 I
"AFRICA SCKEAMS"
Ta Nile al 8.30
Madam O'LINDY A-
TROUPE
"CARACAS NIGHT"
HO\Y
hiilii & lo-morruu 4.30
i 8.30 p.m.
..i-G-M- Big Double
Wallace Beery. Tom Drake
"THIS MAN'S NAVY"
and
"VALLEY OF DECISION"
With
(Irenorv Peck.
Greer Garon
Olympic:
Today 4.45 a. 8.15 p.m.
Ihursday 4.45 Only
Final Inst RepublicS.ua!
"DICK TRACY RETURNS"
With
Ralph Bvrd, David Sliarpe.
Lee porde
Thursd.y~Nlte at g.30
"CARACAS NIGHT"
I. AIKTY (The Gmrdtn) ST. JAMES
11 aE l^'V^ MV l-'ll 1-.T I 'If it jA V H Xi It lt\
-g BECAME A IHIMI.XAL"
with r-.A... Howard sail i.ltA. ana
1 11.1.it at * uiA.xrs "
1 TRXVORAlan HA IX
Can an antiseptic lu!f> in htainix i~ "
minis heal nf their own accord whl n they ate kepi free
from the gca ti cav .c; k Infection. To keep
ttoiiml* in the hculthy contUtJon tbf healing, aurgeona
have for years relied iip.m 'Dettol*. This ruthless tioycr of gernu ;. n< i-pola oua, gentlt and safe on
hunuii ilgongg. While ii ci Infecta the wound, 'Dettol*
leaven the living tissues undamaged til continue the
natural pnceajjU of safe and rapid repair.
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wr.t)\i:sDAV. JILT 12. issn
Two-Parly
Merger In
Poland
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
P\GE THRU

i'H( :
! I
...i in I______
night There was on lhi occaa 01.
the widespread publiri*>
thai attended (he fusion tsBWiaen
" Ma* aocUUM and Cosnanu-
msts in Devetnbcr 1948 It, form the
Comnunaal dominated Pol in h
United Worker-. Parly or Ian year',
.-.mlniiation of the three Peasant
Partv Groups.
Tin- Kun.r, organ of the Demo.
sually regard*-a
here u r Um mtelli-
- rtlUIUStS
an da plain from page *tatemen:
that the merger had taken place
The Labour Party loam it* *ep-
i Olitjf and there will be m
change in the pjirty officials con-
trolling the Democrats
Political observers in Warsaw,
the message added, believed yes-
-tp m juM one more
along 'he read to single party
domination in Poland, expected
baton the next General Election I
due in 1951.
Britain, Yemen
Hold Talks
LONDON, Jul> 10.
Britain i nd Yemen will U
all outstanding mutual problems.
Including frontier dellmination
i*lablishmenl ol diplo-
..I'lons at talks in London
beginning on August 28. it was
announced t>> the Govtrnoi *-f
Aden. Sir Reginald Stuart Cham-
pion todAy.
Among matters due for consid-
. tl;e incident of Naz"
Manjud. last August when Royal
Air Force planes bombed a
Yemen fort in the Shab)a district
which i- claimed by Britain to lie
Within the Aden Piottv '
bV the Yt-mmi to be Y ritor>'
The agenda for the d
tin n i f Ihf dt-
Il. II or the status osM fron-
Ur I I xlrted ..i the time of
the Anglo-Yemen Ttputv of 1934
Reuter.
U.S. Using
Pressure
On Greece:
PRAGUE. July 11.
The Greek Communist partv
Wd that, coinciding with
Ibnal -intervention" in
llM American Imperialists
thai the moment has
tome for action in the Balkans."
Recording to Ceteea. c.rT
-Vews Agency.
DM Pohtbureau of the Greek
Communlgt party made the fol-
lowing statement m a broudcast
! Kiw Gret k Hadio
'Thr united Slates || exercis-
ing permanent pressure M
-.it direct
nffitBTj action In th- Balkans
I'roviK tatton BfaJnat Albunir.
and Bulgaria continue The
imaginary threat by Albania to
Greece is alleged to prepare the
ground for direct military action
against the Albanian People's
hspubl,c which tho Americans
have chosen as their (Irst Euro-
pean victim because they consider
her to be intolerable".
Reuter
Cpl. Jones
Is On The
Alert
NABS THREE MORE
Soviets Again
Hold Up
Traffic
IN BBRLIN
Hi
vy
ere yesterday
Virtue's Reward
I'KNSAX ENGLAND
Farmer Albert Smith tolled for
live yean to make hli farm a

It should have been a huppv
day when h,- received a letter
from the Ministry of Agriculture
fcckm.vL.liiine his work and
granting hi, "Grade A" certificate
... except that he also received
a letter from the Ministry of
Works informing him that hi*
farmland was to be torn up foe
open aajil coalfield-; IN S.
lu-iirli Agreement
In Tin Negotiations
WASH1NIITON, July 10,
u lion Pi nance
Corpor 1111 ji naaotlall
U agreement an term-
laton for the
pun / around half of
i tin output, R.F.C officials
snid today.
Thej stressed that the ntfotla-
tors agreement, now being dratted
' pact lor-n by attorneys.
rRaT.C Directors
end lhe Bolivian tin interests be-
fore a contract could be signed.
The I.- long under
Ihf pfavtoua contract
< >i December 3i. 1949, ap-
parei tie wove tpurrad by dv
break of lighting in K i
the recent recovery in tin prices
ruler
Oil Company
Makes Transfer
Of Asset*
TORONTO. July 10.
International Prtroin.ni Com*
p.mv. UfDttad uiniouu.t'U toda>
thai it had transferred the marjtot-
ol Its Colombia alBU-
au-. fi opK.ii oil Company to a
newly (mil aj km |
Colombian:.'. wiUCn would mar-
ket and dintribute petroleum
product! througliuui Colombia.
Cuiieiic* exchange control
authorities under tne Columbian
Minirter ol Finance, Dr. Huiuu
JaramUlo Oeampo had made the
new marketing arrangements pos-
sible, Internationa) Petroleum
aid, by providing thai the mar-
keting assets of Emu Columblana
.should be i i' in unportec
foreign capital.
uh dividends earned by
the new company ci subject tu
remiiianci foreign abaiabolden.
Reuter
Just So
LONDON

Britain nU turned thumbs down
. .i Uia pt> of "fly-
The tutcr-sei vices Aircrafl re* -
iournal of the Briliih
\n Minis'.'
r iinlfli ai i thai in Britain
v.heie there are tfloui
trained baarvei eat Feu
. ,i i baV*. Ix-en n; I
No Royal Otoarvar ba Sight-
ed, lUUefa lc<- reported .nut
Until they do. we think that
is> ma neat a m
the flying aaucem. celctia! or u-
liernatural. do not exit
IN 6.
imposed on Hiras) inotnnsi. iul
exoaadlni Um uaaxl limit. The
.es were all broughl bv Cpl.
' 4 I Prafll iiranch
rag i;
led on Wiiimm Rotert-
son of Hastiiig.s (or speeding with
::.< car X1U1 at the rat off
3- 1/7 m j, I. on Bay Street.
whuh ki a highway un June 17
The speed limit for this area la
20 m.ph
Juiin Marshall ol Uiiglittm
LUck R pay C3 with a jthilling cost Hot
exceeding the speed limit along
Hlaik Rock Road with a motor
van M2254 on June 15. The
speed of the van wa* S2 I 7
i.i.p.h while the lbnl| in thw
area is 20 m.p.h.
For exceeding the rpeed limit
aiong Constitution Road, with a
motor lorry ou June 17. Marcus
Morris of Bank Hall was fined
13 with 2 coat to be paid
in monthly instalments when he
appeared before Magi-Irate O. B.
Griffith who had also lined tne
other motortsLi. The speed of
the lorry was 20 mph whereas
15 mph m the limn for thi*
read MorrU appealed.
Too Tough
For Webb
UW1X>N
Bvffl K...kI Minister Maurice
Webb has found the British meat
utioii loo lough to eat.
A deputation of butchers called
on the Minister and complained
about the poor nualit> two n.ni-
ton siipplieil to the shops during
the past few month*.
Webb told the butchers he had
mutton delivered to his weekly
ration but found it too tough
in could not gel hu teeth intu it
and had to send tt away.
Ill
Unclaimed Bread
LONDON
A 22t-year-old legacy which
tequcathed two loaves of bread a
week to "the poor" of the village j
of Saint Mary Cray. Kent County, 1
Rngland, remain* unclaimed No- |
bj the lucid
The gift was left in the will of [
Valentine Sparrow, of St Marv |
Crajr, *Ik. died in 1726 and is \
burled in the chancel of the parish
i Inn. h
He bequeatlied 14 cents weekly
to the poor In hread "
Other bequests in Spai row's |
will of 52 94 to the vicar. SI.48 t" !
h clerk and $5 6U to the \
< bur.-hwardens for looking after
hli monument, are rUII carried I
ut annually. I.N s.
HKKLIN lulj 11
Russia baa rataaaad it; We-
German postal railwa\ wagatm-
which were contlcated on Sunday
night, but bj Mill holding six
Twelve ,,f 16 niched Iteilm thll
morning ami the other foui ware
sent to Hanover In the British
Zone West Berlin postal spokes-
man disclosing this said 318 par-
cel- were scired and some others
damaged when the waggons were
detained at the fronaS check.
point at Manetibotn In the Soviet
Zoom iihi ilkaj ,i.-.i off Battta
Another West (ivnuan pofdal
train also arrived here this moeii-
mg It included six mail waggon-
which had passed Morienlmrn
without being cheeked
It ;.s stattsl last night that It
Sundays waggons were not
released by ioday, this would be
regarded as evidence that Hus-
sions again intended to interfere
with rail trafili
Soviet Zone between W. t Cn-
inany and Berlin
The Western Allies win*,
believed to be prepared to
a strong protest against tin
tinued holdup.
Soviet Officer* at Maiuiibon.
who blocked waggon were the
stme whose interference with in-
trr/onal trains once betmc paved
the way fur the blockade of Herlin
In June 1S48 These ofll.ers had
been absent from Marienhorn for
more than a year
Htule*
Missing ILS,
Plane Sighted
washi\c;ton. Jubj 10.
Wreckage of an \ i h an
plane musing fur a monl II
IS members of a chuirh group

cast of Bnrancas. <
81 He ' i i .i U)
da th.it ||m rep-.rt I
the United 8*ei I
Bogota which adviseit thai
arcli party would leave for tin
ajta
ri.. plan,-. ., Dakota oarrying
maanbara of the New Tnaai
Mi. Mon ChWch gn>u|> to Mara-
calbo Venezuela, left Miami o
June s Air search b) I'mte
States. Colombian a n d Vom
Jllelan pl.m.s bai In-.n
for the past three araeki
Reuter
P A *s I F *^
naki
KI l!l It l> HOMilKD ARKAS
LONDON
Provincial elthH and towns n<
Bnblln are b> be allucate'i
5> I-'Olio.iido next year for re-
building bombed areas. This will
be spent almoat entirel> foi
reconstructing bukinesii ccntii
ilevnstated bv iir raids.
lro\-. Beal V pear
OOHMAM'llaaYU H I NQ
C eta lert vi.ai. in. |(.%
erenu l*eter J llUncv. i. .. UUTM h
,i eni ol rasjlmontatlon
t\ i affvan aaofithi hi '
i put up lha
Hi i. on hli vicarage,
saying. "A iili iiaaa mu t not utai
M<
. |he
"""i an uiii-
nuncll. "I'ut the
r up or we Hill do it lor
.ii tin- lull "
IN S
AEPTEX JF^
MOKK BULLETS
LONDON
Farmer, hi Britain are ip-
i-aling to the government to
take the purchase tax off cart-
dge* Kodenta and Aced-eallnit
v overrunning the farmn
(Of).
Thu well-cut BBgflM sliin h made in t
Acnc. the original Cellular labrh.
Il it specially designed to keep yom bod) at an esen
temperature Tiny cell* in iIk MM em'k: \our SkIv
to breathe. ^ u mil keep In and sta> fn Ji in Acu>.
l>ird>
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t NAME
. ;
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SPECIAL
ATTENTION
BAKERS
SHOPKEEPERS
HOUSEWIVES
BE SURE AND ASK FOR
GOLDEN CRUST
< \V\li\ S FINEST HAKIM. l-'MII'll
/
If
cfura- for a brilliant polish
ll.l.MM< fal-6
YOU WILL BE VERY PLEASED WITH THE RESULTS AND
WILL SWELL THE RANKS OP "GOLDEN CRUST'S"
CONTENTED SUPPORTERS. !T COSTS NO MORE THAN OTHER
i GIVES .VONDERFUL RESULTS
MILLED BV LAKE OF THE WOODS MILLING CO., LTD.
H. P. CHESSMAN Ic CO, LTD. in.nil,,,i.,
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THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD.
Annual Holiday
Our CUSTOMERS and FHIENI>S are asked to g*oti
our Workshop will b.> tinged a. (rom Monday 3id Jul. tO
Saturday the Kth July, 19&0. Inclusive, for the p irpow of
granting uur Workmen their Aanual Holiday
Arrjingemenl* have been roada fur emergency work to be
undertaken during thik ptno i ..i i tl.r
del'very of eon.pleted work tvfll be runtitiued an usual
Our Her.iiandise Departmeri: and Office will b^*
b'jtuuesi as usual.
^najarlaiil n
ll\^ HHir. I ri'.4 l1RTIln\| -tin I i k,v
In Touch With Barbados
CoaaUl SUIion
i mi
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The dodo, of COUZaa kl now ex-
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BARBADOSADVOCATK
UI I.M SDAY, M I V IX, 19SU
BARBADOS I AlMXffTE
I'.Md b. Ik* \. .
ui Hi--* -i mn"
nbf third Te*l Match beltteen F.nfeluntl and the B
Trent lh id-1 \otliit. It'int
article about Nottmghamsk
Wednesday. July 12. 195*
TIIAVM'OIM
THK entire travelling public led by the
Commissioner of Police and the staff of
the Department of Highways and Trans-
port have been endeavouring to give the
fullest cn-nperation in the effort to bring
the best results from the new traffic regu-
lations. But there is public opinion that
the concessionaires and the inspectors who
travel on the routes could do more to see
that the regulations are properly carried
out.
The activities of the Police in seeing to
it that the regulations dealing with the
overloading of 'buses are strictly obeyed
have brought much desired comfort to
those who are compelled to travel by the
'buses. Five passengers only can now
travel in one seat. This restricts the num-
ber to 27 passengers on a 'bus except a few
which have been recently constructed to
carry 81.
It has brought alight inconvenience to
those who cannot get seats when once the
'bus is tilled to capacity. In many instances
the concessionaires have not put extra
'buses on the route even at the peak hours
between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. and again be-
tween .1.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. when clerks
and other city workers are travelling to
and from work and breakfast.
This situation is even aggravated by the
fact that inspectors and owners of these
'buses sometimes travel the entire route
occupying a seat which might have been
available to some passenger. Already the
accommodation is insufficient and to re-
duce the number of seats even by one is to
bring a sense of frustration to those who
have no other means of travel.
It ought to be an easy matter to travel
part of the distance to check the number of
passengers on the out going trip and then
to await the incoming bus to return to the
central terminus. The effective check is
that which is done at irregular and unex-
pected moments but for an owner or an
inspector to travel the entire route to
check the 27 passengers is to defeat the
object of the regulation and to add to the
inconvenience which the travelling public
is now experiencing.
The entire transport system and the
policy of granting concessions is for the
benelil of the public and not the conces-
sionaires or the members of their staff.
The system of 'bus transport as was pointed
out in the House of Assembly last week, is
nothing less than a monopoly system; and
those to whom concessions have been
granted ought to realise that this privilege
carries with it a responsibility to cater effi-
ciently to the needs of the travelling public
on that particular route. To leave people
standing in the street or to prevent them
from catching 'buses on other routes
merely because an owner or his inspector
is desirous of remaining m a scat which an
intended passvnger wanted is to defeat the
object of the system.
A week ago the question was raised in
the House of Assembly as to whether it
was not the duty of the Government to
investigate the seriousness of the situation
in which several school children from St.
Philip had been left on the streets of
Bridgetown in the afternoon when they
had already paid in advance for their
monthly transport. It was even held that
any concessionaire who allowed this might
have broken the contractual obligation.
Now the same complaint is made in the
City.
The system of concessions was intro-
duced in order to prevent unregulated co'rn-
petition which brought chaos without
satisfying the needs of the travelling pub-
lic. Private organisations such as Cable
& Wireless and certain schools have their
own form of transport Could this decen-
tralisation not be extended for the DtMfll
of the travelling public ;is u whole?
rJSX^fftt&tJUS* QUICK AND PROGRESSIVE W
jre't historic pavilion. * ......... wt-
I ICII UI I I III AS!JHES
AT I III \ I lilt I IN. 17
kd.v.scott TODAY'S SPECIALS
a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE
There is a treat In store for
all lovers of nickel fortunate
enough to be able to visit the
Nil 11 ngh an ish Ire pavilion when
the third Teat Match between
England and the Wen Indie*
starts it Trent Bridge, on Thurs-
day. July 20.
Among many historic balls
tin-y MftU BSS) the !.r t ball i.rr
used by the Australians in En-
gland, during a match, played on
May 20. 21 and 22. 1878. In whkr
Nottinghamshire defeated the
isitors by an Innings and 11
Nearby is the ball with which
frank Bhadloeh took four
Somersetshire wiekets In tour
hall , at Trent
Bridge, on June 3. 1893
Among the interesting bats to
be seen in ihis historic pavilion
Is ono dating trom 1.800. It is
three lathi longer than those
of today and is shaped like tin
butt of a musket. Another bat
which impressed me was ono
n.ide fieri U .nn-ieni oak pine.
c part of Uie famous bridge
across the river Trent, which is
just outside the ground. It is
claimed that the wood Trom
which this bat was made was
under water for a thousand
yearn.
Like George Parr's far-famed
tree, which still stands on the
square leg boundary, near the
rlw, and into which "The Lion
of North", as he was called, was
wont to hit many sixes in his
day. one of George Parr's bats
is also on view, while his por-
trait graces the pavilion wall
George Parr (182881) capt-
ained Nottinghamshire from 18M
until 1869. His picture reminds
us of how cricket fashions have
changed Beneath his topper hu
wears a benrd and a heavy black
moustache, u black bow-tie, tight
hite trousers nnd black boots!
If GsofSJI 1'arr. like Leary
Constnntlne of ti later generation.
was known for his aggn
the .ucket. so was Alletson. In n
frame there is this astonishing
informationquite worth think-
ing about'
n> Brie I.. ii..i.M.<...M
"A Notts Cricketer** World
rttbOUl parallel in cricket
history.
Notts v. Sussex, at Brighton.
1011
a Nottinghamshire
player, was an hour making his.
He nil his second fifty
in a quartet of -n hour Aftei
lunch he cored. 115 out of 120 in
an, Lilting Kiliiik fur 22
in one over anil 34 in another His
189, uu! of 227. occupied him
ninety minutes "
Dr. w c Grace, to data tha
greatest batsman oi all time, is
ommvinoraleu by a Coalpori
CUM plate, whicn was aligned
to mark ihe Doctor's success in
.scoring a century of esnturtas,
which he act ompluhcd between
the years 18fli and 18W5 In the
tiait of Di vJrace, from which
radiate one hundred bats, upon
which his flgi res are Inscribed.
Dated 1800, lucre i* alto on these
hallowed wall- an amusing "New
Song of the Cricket Match" This
concerns a nutih which must
surely be unique i:. Ens^i
rvtords. for it was played at
Worksop. Nottinghamshire, on
November 3, . and 5. 18(H) The
contestant* for the two hundred
guineas prize-moi.' ere a
Shellleld Socletv XXII" <22 and
a "Nottingham or Sherwood So-
celv XI The icsull is given
tiuaintly as: "Majority in favour
of Nottingham. 133 runs" Then
the poet'obviously a Notting-
ham supporter: gels to work on
a longish jingle, typical of the
triumphant spirit of which are tfM
following lines-
-Now Slit meld lw.it>* tiiev di> return
UnUi lhair wlvr. artd chlblrri,
Thtir lolly there to mourn
Hhrixl. lialtU.eartnl.
l-atirel. 8SSM may WOST."
Even the expert radio commen-
tj.tois sometimes haw lUftkulty in
distinguishing the dark f..
the West Indians. This difficulty
was overcome by members or the
first Australian side to visit Eng-
land, by their wearing distinctive
colours
The scorocard of 'A Grand
Cricket Match' between Mir Aus-
tralian XI and Nottingham Com-
ii August
3 and 1. IKti*. Illu
nnd also reveals that this team
ill "Ab-
originals," with the exception of
DgBM v....
Lnwrence 11 Brat Australia.i
I it Eiland came
l\n yean later and was men.ioi.cd
curlier m thai II
The visitor >.' ti.ii, surely
Hem -de-plumes' voluirs and
I as follOWS
tint *<>*
InnlHi. U.I.).
hw. lUiac* o
.v hlta
-
Miillagh
i-.-i.. a I...
| mm 1-an.t. k,
.1 .,,!.. S.M>
r( 'Pii.ki

T*..p mi. tD.ab
IS'.,

Jim C rw 'Moaqult.. I BStS
K.W-. II I
T..UI 7S la* 4
wk.
The Comnieni.il Club totalled
91 and 372, nd it appears that
uverwhelmlngl>
defeated their Austral ;><
dared at a ju-
dicious moment Why they dl mil ii-> : in." '
of thiN itraiHi game, the record
of which reed Itks i mg huge
leg-pull!
The Trent Bridge Ground wa*
foundc.1 on May 2B. 1838, by
William Clarke (i:81856). wh,
I,.. justly gone down into History
..- fin- father of Nottingham-
shire Cricket." Clarke the owner
Of the "Old Trent Bridge Inn."
skippered the county club for
From iS3j. Hi- also
started and captained an All-
England XI, in 1H46. and did much
to raise the level of English
cricket
The present visitors from the
Caribbean will be able to handle
one of the very bats which Claritf
used to make many runs on the
ground he founded beside his old
int. on the bank of the Trenti
ground which ha sold to thi
county in 184". His strong, hos-
pitalili Iaei. clean shaven, save
foe side a/hiakere, siiii
trom the pavilion wall, bidding
them welcome and wishing them
the luck they so richly descr
AUSTRIA NEXT?
VIENNA By SUlr Sr. rrtar*
The sickle that is poised to FKKIHNAND GBAt
reap Austria Into Russia's Europ- Chief of Austrian Seearlty Farces.
can basket is a grave threat that Communists Und in
few free people of the world racics like Italy
lealixe That i< the blunt (Note. Austrian
warning of a government official have never polled
in an unique position to know per cent of the vote
Sta'.i- ie. ietai> Ferdinand Graf, election
i la i ai ; algn of hatred and
evenge depriving them of the
.ii-. :.i live They
free demoe- called anybody a Na/l frao intir-
iiu, Franca cadad tot punislunant in accor-
Communists dance with la* and humanity.
:iuii- than .' At the BBTOC time, the Com-
ruj] ntuntMl have a huteau with many
which ihej established
hlef of Australia1* security This immunity against Boltfaev-
uolice. ism however, must not glyi
i;i,t i- consulered utM di ">" t0 puisSBM fStblUani Ar'n.i ..
.. (aarlaaa and oubfiwken men subjected to the Communist
in Kuropo. A member of the power policy lo a very special
Conservative People's Party, who degree.
attacks Bolshevism under th Let me exilain further:
very noses of Russian oecupa- Austria still does not know
tkW torCM. he makes It clear Uie price and the date for which
in this artlclo for International and when they will again be
News Service that if Austria masters In their own house,
wants lo remain lice. It must World Bolshevi-m in Austria
.oiisnlei and combat Ihe danger intentionally tries lo muke cupi-
iit every turn. He tells, first-
hand, how the Communists
operate
It would be a great mistake
underestimate the power of
orld Bolshevism in Austria
This borderland nation ht
jecled to dangers that
ital of this lack of security.
Does the United States ki
how difficult It ts for Austria ti
balance its budget as long as thi
financial
rt of the Comln-
foini. Which i- mi igned to win
over the very Nazis whose Uvcli-
bad 0''prived.
DM sh;iineles.sness marks
tloffl I signatures for
the Commuiii-t panCa swindle by
which they betters they are able
to threaten the Austrian people
,iiy ffsctrn vraj TI*
dangle the promise of a treaty
return (or itum
B] Uatnj tlneat' |h0) hope ts
g: in what Ihev cannot ISM li in I
free nation i^irrandst
As persistent ns the people of
Austrll .'I- .i iii.t Communisi
I i 11. 11 t i. r.: i i t -
Ik* I IIW l\ H iai i.i-:v
LOS ANCJKLKS
North Kurean war machinery is undoubt-
edly being supplied by industrial plants kept |
intact above the thirty-eighth parallel, plus
imp-iriations of equipment and arms from1
Russia and whatever remains oi United'
States lcnd>lease material
When our mission visited North Korea in
11*40. we went there infoimed from numerous
OUTcSsj that industrial plants had been di>
mantled and carried away as war booty or,
repara'.ions.
We were misinformed. We visited Pyongy-
ang. Kyompio'o, Chinnampo. Sunchon. Smu-
iju, Yongampo, Wonsan and Mump'ytui
We inspected substantially all of the indus-
tries in these areas which included iron and |
steel, metal working, chemical, power, mine
mills and smelters, textiles, and pulp, paper J
and food.
Most of these industries we found were i
operating. Work was being done by Japanese
prisoners of war and Japanese technical
assistants. Russian troops and guards were'
everywhere.
In most instances we were told that j
Koreans were unable to operate plants, so it
was necessary for the Soviet occupation
authorities to import Russian help and use
Japanese skilled labour.
When our time for visiting North Korea
ran out we were given live days, but were i
permitted to stay six General I. M. Chisti-
akov. Commanding General of the Soviet |
Armed Forces tn Korea, entertained us at j
dinner.
His words pledged friendship. Today, we.
are lighting the Communist aggressors from !
the very spot where this pledge was made |
General Chistiakov said: (in a prepared
speech)
"The friendship between the American and .
Soviet peoples, strengthened on the battle-
fields against the common enemythe Fascist
Germany and the aggressor Japan is the
basis of great victories in the second world
war.
"I express my confidence that also in the
future the friendship of our democratic
people will grow and strengthen. It will be
the basis of our victories in the common
struggle (or peace and security in the whole
world, .ind will help in the progress of the
whole industry.
"I am sure that the reciprocal respect and
understanding which is the basis of co-opera-
tion of our peoples will lead us to a quick and
progressive decision on all questions con
nected with the establishment of Democratic
Korea."
The "quick and progressive decision" has
been warfare. I.N.S.
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I.M'tU I tu the .-..id.-. : .1 ,rul .-(-momif naturr
sub- oi one of the occupation powers, like DOM older In ihe world.
Ions as a high percentage
An tr i.i
the
nly country of
.pe->mU*,|. of lh. cnlir. Iho tui .h wanl or no u> ""Vul. ,h j_,., ,._, Vienna Is so unimportant, with
doubt that ^ mgu B||mb-f of supporton
'" nnd the fov oiShtensd fellow
trnvellers. It Is the only party of
!f5...- 2fT,a" Austria which enjoys any support
. .hi which has not succumbed at nil'.'
;o the choking grip of a There can be n
'People's Democracy" although world Bolshevism
troop units of the Red Army nre reach the goal which
on its soil.
On the other hand. It nl
the only freely-elected g
the world which is ad- der. via., economic measures
Ihe ui!
has lie elect ons In Austria; namely. fnmi lhl. Red Army and of Ih
-- a "Peoples Democratic' lurren- cr,t|rc Russian power apparatus
p would be irresponsible for
ministrating ureas that nre oc- .shaking the confidence In a one to remain silent about Ihe
upi.'d by Soviet divisions, a fact stable economic ileveloinneiit atul enormous dangers to which free
thai nives Bolshevism many social seeurilv dsnoency i subjected in the
OpportunlUeS to bring about. The le*s supporters Communism heart of Europe
directly W IndlnctlX, > "psopls'l hai in Austria, the more limitle:-. As in the time of Ihe mi
revolution." 'he means available to them be- against Ihe Turks. Austria Is again
It Is almost a miracle thai >"'"'* at a stage where the Issue of frce-
Austriti has Immunized itsell In Ihs question of punishable Horn nnd of the Occident Is to b
against Bolshevism in compart- Nnris. the Communists demanded, defended in the most difTicul
son to the grout support the beymm justified punishment, a way INS
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nolhina t.. worry about. It is iu: "" ouhaii. 10 aJUfntUu ....-, ,->,...... more readily durum
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lliing^jlTei u-.i by lh
than 'tinVrni* al no.'
BAMBOO CURTAIN GOES
h> i ita\k f:mi:ry
MANILA
The Communisi bamboo curtain is closing fSStS)
ind faster on Democracy in South East Asia
Deep concern for the final showdown between the
lillle democracies" and a half dozen Communist
Del movements in Southern Asia is being ex-
pressed openly in Manila diplomatic circles.
A Netherlands diplomat, concerned over the In-
donesian situation, said:
"Indonesia, suffering from a technical inefllck-ncy
and threatened by Communist insurgents, has a
poor chance of surviving in the new forces sweeping
across the Asiatic mainland.
"These forces have an advantage using under
the table methods to destroy something untested
and unstlengthened over a period of years."
Other diplomatic officials only one hour and thirty
nmutes drive from the Philippines Communist raid
tricken Central Luzon, feet it is almost the same
lory in the Philippines.
A west European legation official POSJSJW, aid
one saving factor is the strength of the Catholic
Church in the Philippines where anti-Communist
sermons are preached on Sundays
"But on the other hand." he added, "the greatest !
Philippine mistake could be undereslm
strength ol Communist propaganda, a double-edged
weapon in the cold war in South East Asia."
CotMnunlat propagandists, he added, are hurling
corruption charges at the Philippine Government
from both sides of the Pacific "Unforhmateh." he
said, "some of it is true."
Indo-Chma. Burma. Thailand. Siam ami Malaya
ratting top priority attention from most of
htanllai worried diplomatic Corps.
In this connection. Philippine National Defence
oflici.ils ..re assigning more and more militnrv ex-
perts to observe the Communist pattern bring fol-
OWad m ih.se countries
- ul^*' for the, fll?t "n,c' Defence officials have
called on civic leaders and Commercial official' to
f?lEf.^1e m ,nc flghI '" suPPrM> Communism In
P i pplnsa.
noM rsatsurtni pan of the Philippine
Lied one Western dlpioOMt, -J ,l,, .
Ua aloOS where c,v.c !.-.
I an anti-Cominuiiisi commlttei
i UH0 residents."
n ittet, Ineludai ten laadlps ivk nnd
eanlzaUoni in Masula i.n s.
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The Edifor. The Adeocale
SIR.Plciise allow me BSM to
say that something should be
dons to stop tin- pace of Commu-
nlMi:, wli, n iTM to exist every-
where, and an effort lo better con-
ditions u '. Mora unity
and s>iiii';ihy noodsd, in plscs
o! greed for power. How can wo
1 Commu-
nlamT Lai
sympnthelic to the sufferings of
others, ready to help, and also to
lead those who are would-I
(Virnmui'i-.i Tn enter the rlghl
channel fnr prsosrvaUon of pesos.
and value ol
VOLCNTEEH
His Edif.i
Free
. The Adi-ocah'
Sill. 1 am asking space for an
humble plea, that Is, tor Theatre
OWnai and managers to allow
our poor children to sec on the
ii W I i rlckelers In ae-
Bngland. Erec
I Cart Ifefnre Horse.
II BOW .r. The Adi'Oeofe
SIR.- 1 am afraid that all lh"
amount "f talking i>y Radio of
lectures will not aid a campaign
against T B. What is needed w
atnltary measures io be aoforesd
in l.unch rooms and Restaurants.
which are germ-spreaders.
.... Inspectors are so vigilant around
Tin- ivould Indeed be a trsat. u ,,.uKv.,ril, and private
and a blessing for many |0r prop,.rlv> wh,i,. millions of germs
"ick.i Imcis. ami ..rr ,(,,( Hnwn Ihe throats of the
MS the great^per- vn9)m at insnniUry eating-place-
formanees ol thsoa fellows of
Drinking straws, RUUlll
Bd better sanitation 'liould be
plsa made Imni ral
i-RirKET FAN-
HEALTH 8ETKIR
Too Glaring
The Editor, The 1
SIR,I am lurprtsod to
whit a vast amount has been
.s|H-iit by Ihe Vestry for tha Pri-
ces* Alice Playground and the
condition It is In now Thi-
amount could well have been
spent on the much-needed
v W.C A.. which would bi
the housing problem. Of a I inUl-
Ir.g to house the i
i itiful sight to behold I

For me life comes Ural tori
Play-fields The squalor of nov-
I t\\ i much too (It
POOR SYMPATHISER
Feel H '-' a wonder llailaBtllai.....
try feet left, and tourists ...
To Thi* Editor. The Advocate going to put up with mid
SIR.The present "bus stand Inconvenience. The public must
Should be under cover completely, protest.
i>nd to be properly termed" is more _u ,WIW ,,,_, J
a walUni station also tnm* "-*1 school children
U.V any a iu.i_ -*-- k* nbould pay half fare. Some ar*
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^LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plumr. but uniccom-
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reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers are again reminded
of the neee-slty for the writer's ssane to he known to the BdMar.
not for publication, but as an aaasror-or of good faith.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. 1950
ii.\nn\nos .\nvor Ml
I'M.I ll\l
Barbados At Oxford
By A Correspondent
JOHN HAGGIS, the English artist who camo out i
on location with ihe "Christopher Col i
film unit and whoso work many Barbadians will rvcollect
inggnej hi the "iif-man show of hii work bold hern undoi
Ihe auspices of the British Council, is ihowiiu tomo <>t that
landscapes he palmed whilst in Barbados at Blutkhall. the
Oxford premises of the British Council.
Mr. Haul* has been particularly
fascinated by the very pjuntabli'
qualities of the old windmills ci
Barbados which he presents wit/i
a loose, yet vigorous handling ot
oil paint.
Outstanding amongst the Barba-
dos section of his Oxford one-man
show is "Flamboyant Tree-Bar-
bados", showing us the brilliantly-
paint* .i foliage of a ricn geranium
hue looking as though an outsize
oriflammo had been gaily flung
Into a tree by some vivacious
gardener
This Joyous, burning colour
Stands out all the more pknoi
hingtruj quite close to it in the
Oxford exhibition bl the i lever I \
contrasted "Source o( the Hiv.
Hvita", a painting of the Im-bm
and chill blue and grey colour
of far-away Iceland which picture
also serves to give *ome indica-
tion of Mr H....
treatment of a wide variety of
subject matter.
Sweepstake
Reaches
$34,408
Tilt BARBADOS I I 11 Mil.
is now selling Series TT
for their Mid-Summer sheoen Up
to the present the First Prize for
the 2 Sweep is $34,408.00. but
-till a month to go befora
the Races.
Some people believe that be-
fore the races the B.T.G. will be
Milling the ireble series, that
beginning from Series AAA. The
First Prize for this Mid-Summer
> expected lo be well over that
..I1 Mid Summer
Meeting
'pill; UKLAMtRE LAND
i YOt'TH Movement Sporti
Club are trying to make prepara-
tions to tour Antigua this y
for tho purpose of representing
ihe youth of Barbados in a num-
ber of games.
The Committee of the V M S r
.ire .isking for donations to help
them and will also welcome
other gifts such as old cricket
gear, footballs, etc
DASTOK EABX JENNINGS
JL PARCHMENT has arrived in
Barbados accompanied by hi
uife ami two children to join the
Adventist ministry. Pastor Parch-
ment is a native of Jamaica and
a graduate of the Mandevillc
College there.
Pastor A. A. Ward, who for
the past 11 years was connected
with the office of the Leeward
Islands Conference of Seventh-
day Advcnttsts, is en route to thi
United States \dherc u world
of Se'.enth-day Ad-
ventists is to be held in San
pTftncfcfco
Adventists. according to the
latOlt church statistics, are carry-
ing on work in 228 of the 282
countries of the world. This Is
conducted in 705 languages and
of them they have printed liter-
ature in 195 languages.
At the San Francisco Conference
the progress of the work of the
church In all the world during
the past four years will be re-
viewed and plans laid for the
future
IN THEIR MATCH against St
Mary's Old Boys' Associa-
tion at the Princess Alice Play-
field. Tamnrose made 92 for the
loss of seven wickets. Best 32
not out and Taitt 22 were the
beat scorers.
V, r Si M.i.'s Old Boys' W
Grannum took three for 15 and
D. Browne four for 22. The match
will cntinuc on Saturday
PATIENTS AT St. Peter's Alms-
house will be able to hear
Concert given at the Almshouse
at 7.45 o'clock to-night by the
Police Band under ("apt
Ralson.
MOBILE CINEMA will
give a Show at Oldsbury
Plantation yard to-night for the
benefit of residents of the Olds-
bury area of St. Philip.
THE ST MICHAEL S GIRLS'
SCHOOL Speech I);.\ will
take place at 4 o'clock this eve-
ning. His Excellency the Governoi
and Mrs. Savage have consented
to be present.
His Excellency will address the
Girls and Mrs. Savage will dis-
tribute the Prizes and Certificates.
Both Red:

How 'Constructor*
Wat Saved Ami
"Devil's Hole"
A Grevsei Tells the Story
"' Ml
:
'
-it up in
a bunk ' on* ; tho member*
LMO-b |
off Grenada -..
Advocate yottfOU |
i
th1 when 1,
deck the
rough and the Coaeti
thai time carrying 30 torn
10 h- : hold The crew did no:
i al! passenger
quiet when the* wren told what
had h.ippenea.
.
Hop. I
Whi-n r;ill! oa to do
'k tlW niKinr room on I
deck gangs voluntccrad whole-
i I' K VJ .
;. w Ran,
'naduui K i" ; Soil
'""'""' *hlch ran r
Mm a I ih. Rm,man\ in.li .
Larceny Case Kails
At Juh Assizes
LESLIE REDMAN and U
I i; of Grand &
His Ho
i ah.in Collymorg ChtH Justin,
Who is ill

hargtd with

the Court
1
'
1
old them thai I

guilt)
retui
Other Subjects
Amongst the other Barbadian
subjects showing are "Shipyard
The Santa Maria," a study of con-
struction work on the repuca used
for the "Christopher Columbus"
film, in which a very aUractivu
coppery tllow of light is skilfully
captured by the painter, "Coast
Near Holetown" and "Landscape
Barbados" both of which, also in
the oil medium, are marked by
strong composition showing Mi
Haggis's innate BtnslbUiU lu de-
sign, the colour matching in
strength and variety, and is clean-
ly handled as are all In- pain:;
Also in this Barbados group are
some boldly executed charcoal
drawings. Including "Quayside.
Bridgetown" and "The Old Town.
Bridgetown" the latter, with Its
simply drawn old buildings ano
deftly placed figures, being par-
ticularly notable.
With xkill equal to that by
which he gets the sunny look and
feclinit of Barbados on to canvas
Mr Haggis impresses the stark.
yet haunting beauty of
Icelandic landscapes, the rolling;
seemingly boundless fells of the
Yorkshire Dales country with if:
sunlit limestone farms and barn*.
country In which the painter
himself has his origins, the pic-
turesque painters-paradise qual-
ities of romantic Cornwall, th
richness of the Severn-sida
Oloueeatershlro landscape and the
leafy softness of Hertfordshire
where he now lives. Mr. Haggis
also ventures Into Constable's
Flat ford country of Ihe Suffolk
and Essex bord.
lightftil pastoral aubjocti the hand-
ling of which certainly reflect no
discredit on him for following
*uch distinguished footsteps.
Portraits
There are also in the exhibiti.
evend portraits of distinctive
quality and a chalk sketch of
heartedly and did all in Ukd
DOW i tO make the i i
comfortable
On Jui U te
-hip had urn aground UV
one" steamed
the Cm *- tor
A Warrant
11
lion In 1
P c in* |
14 he
Hi :
I Jones. H
... ;
1 th.' warmii' ti
.*hter n:\ Ited
'.'.
i ....1 in the
e Stottot
charneii H
Ullnj Bi
root
I day ol thi
Exhibition fie
T"
them a small child
The next daj
started to work on the l
for. Thera all leakage
by Number 4 hatch and a hole on
the port
All the fresh *
tanks "ni' amptii after tho
powerful pumps of the "ffeacii
had boon
He said that ha
in na bo
Quickly these I
hen thOBf I OCCUf "'
ih whan Uh
rough that smaU booi
"ly capoliod ai *' flai
To assist In the refloating thi
i,mks which wane i
nil Ailed i i -x.es-
stud removed.
H ikl It was aboul n
., h hard work that the
pulled thi* stranded
r>i ntraeioT oul of danger Bpi ak
Inn about he life of
these ship-!, he said thai tho tooo
and one generall)
works In case and safety, He has
l>een s greaser for eight -
id ha: lOtOgnlaad UM sea ns hi*
living. Being one of the members
,( the crew whl.li v
iftor ih. itrandlng he
awaiting another opportunity 10
work on one of these Canadian
ships.
DELEGATES
RETURNING
Mr M A <* Thomii.
] of the Co
Commerce and Mi
Bynoe, delegates of the Chamije
of Commerce to the meeting of
the Incorporated Chan
Commerce held in Trinidad ihi
week ne expected tO
1 Bai
Between I
ti
rectloi i with hli
of Hall's
prasenl when Re

To Mr. Waleett

i; | eye b
i i
.. M | .
0
.. ir wo lid have pfc he I
4
James Ching who is probably \h<- Ul( ;.i.'.n. on THui
greatest living English executant j
lle-1 fur the |
Ataman
Cricket
anUTIMO OF the Goodwill
Club of St. Joseph
was held at Horse Hill recently
and matters concerning the cur-
rent B C L. season were discuss-
ed.
The members present WOTS all
B Downes (Chairman). Mr 1'
Walker. Mr V Fenty. Mr. C
Young, Mr G. Millar. Mr. J
Walker. Mr R Walker, Mr. V.
Young. Mr. L. Jordon, Mr L.
fit Hill. Mr J Branch and Mr
I) Dawson.
The Serretarv of the Club was
indisposed but later another meet-
ing was held and two new mem-
bers were admitted to the Club
AIKH'SK Al CHI RCII Vil-
B Joseph, which is own-
mi Wilfred Holder
two brother', toppled over re-
ceoaj
One Of thfl Ol '
the St Joscpn
\ I mt he is now out
The. both tried to collei
the house ami u i- understood
that on this octaMon they
i uiidir.g i)aik two bouses. Inatoofi
of one
and teachers of Bach's keyboard
music.
In all his oil-paintinn Mr.
Haggis, whilst capable of using
his medium to express infinite
pigmentary richness of colour
whether It be found in the grain
of masonry, in mosses of verdure
or In the texture of an olive skin
and raven hair in one of the por-
traits, never achieves those sticky,
shiny effects which seem insepara-
ble from the work of some oil
painters When accidental thi-
glutinous Kloss is sufficient I > pain-
ful but when Consciously striven
after is damnable.
Those who saw Mr. Haggis'
Barbados show will. I think
agree with me that his outstand-
ing attribute is his ability to
catch tin radiance <( sunlight
and transfer it triumphant^ on t i
canvas.
This Oxford exhibition hi-
alreadv attracted visitor, from
the West Indies. Persia. Irak
Iceland. India Holland. France.
g Itai i land* Sweden. Denmark
Norway. Portugal. The United
States, China and Cyprus and
Hen* will doubt'ess be more
countries represented before the
show concludes. One of the inter-
ested viewers has been. Mr. Hugh
Paget. MA. the Area Offie
the English South Midlands MC-
tion of the British Council who
in charge al Oxford and Wll
comes from an old Jamaica
[amlH
-ussing the question of the fed*
lum of the We-t Lndfc
House of
\ssvmbly
Adjourned
r
ion, st Mli I
| |
i


Redman end Bthei
| Hi i-
ind
bw Ri-d
stoop anil pick Up
Me lob* Ri
half Of Ih. I
H
'I
I
About i 10 p m in*
d P.C
Eh-di n

To Bu> FruM
t ) !
I .
Tudor Stn *
ConneU'i I '
frni He took i u
paid for II e fnnt \'--
for the fun! he placed thi
him fo
i the wallet lie could
at
i
'urncd to
i i. Btraei
1
to the Can-
-
r c Cut
i ...
K<
t he s h
It. A
1
At thi ^: Reeea
ihi juri ind i' Hon
i ... ihem (
ratura ;. verdlet of "not eultty"
tUafesi Woiniilinc
in the second Indlctt I Ha>
Donald Carow anponred on
ol woundln.
Uleyno wll* mtenl
Ul mi:
.
. Pioaaestlon in ti"'
case against i as am hrtt in the
She sniil that h--
p othei Dal Caraw was ;P
l irew
.i u 16 i n
i knocked Her
Me how-
ir I thej nsugni
, nt t,> her mother Win
was lying ;
t to thi
.....r and srtil*
her
Bad Her in
her head

lor lo "" ,'"1"
* Ihe G.....i
i [nhin ,i . wai
ut 1 wnp wai
.luring the light but
when hei
Ul She did no"
i used te itab her
T Mr Sfalaattl The fight
through Mel'
::( fi u ul.;
I i 18-ycai '
v.iii.r told m
\ in was not U
Only Nine Turned Up
THI H
huh
held
ej
preen
Bpaakai whan th
..
I ker ad
it until II noon aootl
Tuen a]
\ii ;. v
all 0 T AUdei Mi
f E altUar; Mi R I
Mr A E s Lewis; Mr t o
Bryan. Mr. M E. Cox. Mr F 1.
id Mr Sneakei
. hi Dosslt i
11 i ,,.i km Cummins, Medical
.....
examined
Alloyne Shi
NO MORE GREY HAIR
AFRICAN MIXTURE
h H bo ul*! n^ll il p'oftttad II '
A GENUINE HAIR COLOURING
A.u-taft* m 4 lonrf, him
BOOKER'S < ll.li h.ulos)
DRUG STORES LTD.
BROAD STREET. BRIDGETOWN
M.nfKturM br f lOUTKR LTD St
AIM try
FLEUR0IL
BRIUIANTINE
Maktt l/i* kair
toft and ftony
Sold in 1 Sum
MMdiMi. Eng. (lid. tsSS
.4// Members
Should Attend
Council Meeting
Th.it ;tii oMMnhora "i th
Oonui !"
invited t.> attend the
t the CouneU ^i use Chamnt i
in listen :.. the dlsouallow a >
b.- anmng the matteei h
a ben the Council hoh
th. mnnthlj :-. ling win. I
lakes plane on July ifl
Tins w.i". among ihe suggf -
Uons naafki bj Mi
the last Annual
ing
he mode thai will all
tared h) Ihe CouneU an
i wcomoi thi Isuu
Wishing to Join >!>' t h.niil-i
i raq rod '< reside hen
for two year* before aloctlon
rolaaas Froan all contmls ol itenv
In rrae tunnbj frosn ihe Btorllni
.ue... and n>>- lack ol oonimer-
latlve QouncU
The Council ill BOO] ., rOpOt
of tho moot Inldad oi
tho Inenrpontod ChamJ i i
from Ihe loi
gatai
FOR ALL CLASSES OF
IIVSUMNCE
CONSULT
A. S. BRYDEN & SONS
(BIWS LID.)
AGENTS FOR
NATIONAL EMPLOYERS
MUTUAL GENERAL
INSURANCE ASSN. LTD.
27,000 Spent On
TelephoiieDevelopiiieiil
In Barbados
c-cntlv umlrraotng repair* bul
hl road was not closed lo trami
Assize Diary
TO-DAV
Tin: ROAII luatflng trom t'h
tie Grant,
i |v al present undrrgi
repnln <>n tho eastern aide,
rood -hyped away for ;. '
l-ut it is still open to tramc
The road leadlnit from Haiti
r.,ALKS X-|MATCH|B<-cc.b.. C^HM .
\j Bandmaster <-r the si OlU
Boys' School, reported that th<
rchool was broken and entered
between the 7lh and 9th of thi-
month and two cricket bats and
two ball* removed They are
valued $20.18 and belong lo th
'<;--''
KIAMT1I <,IW>!)kTDGK of
TaUl i ngo wh
taken to the O"
eantly -.
hand He wa
and ouicl
Coodri'i.-'
hlcycle. was involved in an acci-
dent wit' owned an.)
driven In Bl '" I Williams of
Lttons Hill The
bleyele an damaged
Speaking at the TeIe|hone anil but extren>
deiri..! Trust 24th Annual Con-[added 252 stations, makliii
ral meeting in l^ndon, Sir;total Of 3.Vo2 ll
end of the year
It is pleasing to rn le I
i, the i
attract Um I
from outside i a ires 1
i i
deal must operate u> th-
(if the
IMands. without drawing upon
i-d BriUah
Alexander Roger. Ita Issuingang
Director ^.ai.1 that large capital
spi i dlturs was planned fee
1949 .ind 1950 by the Telephone
in .lamaica. Trinidad
nd Tobago, and Bai
hlch we ai
K 1919 nearly [600,000
lad i]
the Trust
i rovldii

temporary loans which, in ac-Jvhlch is provide! I

<'i re, wai in' replace I in das
01 urne
., oi new
i i
! In Janm
1 .,.-., ....
-i rvlce si December 3
during the eat

plant. ( lure bf

I,
terstl i : '
.., hall Inch* long When
sad) h Ml
I.. Mr H^kutt: K lad
hiiim
i
Mil i
the sreund thai
pum lured
ene
Han Hoyb ol Hoyh
i H

A Agtll 10
.
Worrell was not to
U
. i | i.. the nghl wai
i . ,i a tit him
.I hew Ing I
I : I
U ... M '
hoi i
Te Mr W.1c..ll The 1.....|
ii. Nil
11 .i b b ii When hti I i as
1 -lid Ihit
.....in he had in ii

, ome through the
n was one of these stone!
that brofea Iho ohbni |
lamp
An Arguineiii
i opkeens
ol si 1 lhai on Uv
...,, ir quest ii".'-
w..... I
Metvln Is enf/eg"d li
i, .... .
' and iii^ srlft
argument.
m outakk
l
.. .. an hai motbai
U.S. Worker*'
Savings Reach
$3,062,622
Up to .' i ! Ifl MX Ilk
i B Workars* Lfgvlngi Branch .
Department, the Pro
it in.1,1. oul by "';
i | ihOWi
Ol thlg total. $4,231 M i i
! . | | w I l I ( I
ir-... ..... r
s Bai oment; te
returned -
i. i allottee
HMAIA !' end coust
I nit for $595 3H
. -..., 134
which whin subtracted from the
.l.i'i. ol
|2M,OTB.01 n W i fundi
,',**'*'***'''*''*'***'.'>'*.'.+*.;*,,
RODNEY" COMES
ON FRIDAY
The l.au> Kudney will be U
riving from Canada on PrlOB]
Il .vim. the ."'in
vanlng foi st Vincent, Orenads
. ir I British i;........i
in.'
;,t.
. I".
b
No. ? Ben 1
?S Re* eg. Itesinald
BraUiwalte
Dafffj hi
Bassan
No N Beat *i Alfred Lewis
TIIUkSDAV
No. Bl Rex v*. Krk Thornp-
M>n A Arnett
Browne
No. 16 Re v* Wlnmton
Drake*
1..130 to 13.540
Issue- Overstibserihed
PbUowlng upon the local issue
of B.WI $MH>,000 (fl04,l7) five
... | Cl|
.. pri r. it par in
1948. lo which 1 re(:i'
year, a further I
^1,300.000 (fJU.M

I

i from B

as, st !.
.
mdlcatei : by
West InehV
b :

*
.ffgfs/ # tuii-f fht* f#lg#*r /
Mupptffi$ff if"" with *# th
fitlloti i*i*i MaVttfM* I t'hirten
V.%V.V.V.V.VVs"^a"s
Ji7ST AMUUVED-
A FRESH SHIPMENT OF
PURINA POULTRY CHOWS
W*&&
Get Your Supplj traso .
H JASON JONK8 A i
' DUtrlhntori
Alki-Saiuar t
i aasssl (roro asBSBghj *
omnn A*Uiaarstr
drop eaa or two tablsfes an a s>"
of water, watch it 0bdrink It.
Alka-Seltzer
BTAMDARD VANOUAHO
66 i. i<
li., JTANDA1 ? II -' MCK-UP
...
I CAR
UUMPH Bl .^loon
T, Lown
38 h p fpai-r Saloon.
This i. -i*ctd 111 3 II
CHELSEA GARAGE 11950, LTD.
:- :,i;.;~-i'W--i?
d father bul he would no
leoottse thej son
wife she left nun and wen! Inl
the hi as Hi hi srd hei u
hut tin I ..it hei S .
na i .mi
bai k o it i>! Ihe 1
lo him Doreen and Myrl
wen throwing i..... durtni tl
llghl
Uel WorroU was the ba-
llad ' i
i which Mi Was
- i the i n. Ha Hon
during his summing up, told
Jury thai the evident i
m VIEW CIIKST
HOUSE
IIAST1M.S. ii\i:ii\ii.i-
KXCFLM.NT I 1 1S1NK
FfM.V KTOCKKO IIAR
RATFS: S5.0D per lUi
upwarda
(Induilve)
Apnl) -
Mrs. W. S. HOWKI.I,
Only
ONE
bicycle
in llif
world
carries ibis
murk of
perfection
Tbt Kumbfr irJmrk ]
U your guarantcr of buing
qualiiy. Aim ppraraitc* ml
u on vailed iirn|ih Ttit
Vo.ld'i Wad In im Wit
Li. >. If itinn .ihit nurk ot
dMnnttion
Kii.i on rut oii..i a oiNuinf uunair stsHis ^ os u'lio ssse
.'/...'.','.',-,',','/,',',','.','.,'/,>.',/,','/, -,'..'
So Hoped edgrt
wdh errb'Oideiy
Six*
Sim
10 ft
12 ft
l.ruliil
4f______SII.X1 Jj fCJ
Wreaths W*-Vl
p
JUI A S3
^Jt^kt^S^
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD.
10. 11, 12 I 13


PAGI MX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
HFMpy
WEDNESDAY. JULY 12, ltM
RYCARI. ANOFRSON
COOL.
WATER
1 MILF
0
WELCOME
TO THE
- TOWN
- OF
COOL
WATEB.
T-
MIC.KFY '0(,SF
* f PHJsEST! v>-----
"JOVT BE 3'U-Y>i
EE.3V tmei?='s ''
NO SUQ TWI.\3
AS atVEl

D
BY WALT DISNt
NDIE
8
BY CHIC YOUNG
K. .O. ..\;V0X
HW/SflfH Of 7 tuOt
WITH WHISPER IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE
TPr
' ONE RANGER
EjUmajg THOSE CROOK6. DON'T 1ET AfWONE .
BklNGHMG UP FATHER
BY FRANK STRIKER
i- i. r. .,
TOOET Out r. n
CCUNTRV IN THAT
-SlAJ6HJ*4S AHO
1 GOTTA LftWE
?0"-MB CAP
?b OUTe>*DE -
"ntr pod me.'
^5?P
BY GEORGE MC.mmi-
*
KIRBY
_________BY ALEX RAYMOr;
CeS^CW! IT 5 SO> Ka...vp. ;/ Sc r>?HiAN...i' *

.TW
AH.YBU
BBISHT,,
L0V6LY 1
lavSAirf "
Bf I.EF FALK & RAY MOOR!s
[thinks RKTMEtarrER waita^
FINE WELCOME. A FEWP*V4M
|MR MAV06 III t> MAPOlEON.TwO
.siijiousioaET ;conv :rs escapep
[10 IOCATcON. f < UPSTATE TWO rl
NIGHTS AGO L
tvs
HERE AGAIN
THREE STARS'
SWEDEN'S BEST
MATCHES
?
OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE.
A WARMINC!
Ratio i j 11.11 -
nesa oiiun ii Iflii'L.:.
But RhfiimAtisin and Pain*
in the juiris can bt con-
q t;ercd by
SAtltOOl
Keep a bottle handy.
() Sale at .
knights Drug Stores
Gland Discovery
Restores Youth
In 24 Hours
1MB lOH Of VlfOUI, .,
DM*. *iak bOd>. impui* blood falllm
Riamory, nod who [. ..[j and worn-wi
:*for* Inalr llrrw will b. d.ilghlrd lg H-fi.
r* iiand Uihov.o by an Awnrtn
i'id tailly tMH.fi vliciir to |.j'
! '"I body. to build nek. pur* Mtorf.
In *lrrh(ihrn )i m iiiiii) B|.d |ii*Mi>r> *!
Silk. rtw man in only day* In tart,
dlarovary whlrh la a l>m* ti.dlc In* in
am. >aay-i-uK* tablet form, dor*
sh syssrtBKBytj wk
(I II >a abauluttly haimloa -nd n.i ir>l in
action *
craaa of thii^maiiruj dlacov.ry.
T*n* ha* b*n <* art*- In Am*i-
II In now bvltif dlatnbut*-J by *ll
.-> h*r* undvr a luarantaa ir-<.om
pl-i- nim.cn n or roomy bark In oihar
word*. VLTaba mini maka you f..l full of
rl#our and anerfr nd from 10 to N l-nata
l*.. H'l
,,T';.v
rtt.ri.l.t. ha
'). I
r% t
Tfipty
i.unin. h ) "'"if rtiurn mt tr-apti
(*< Haa. and fat your money back A -i* -
1*1 dOLiblexTrtnilh bom* of * ViTaba
Vl-Taba^-"'"' -'
nkra^llulmd a.J kii.i.i,
Look-
Feel-

%

BRITAIN'S
LEADING
AMERICAN-TYPE
CIGARETTE
ASTORIAS
My-
all day long
Thi. ,ltrr,,| , t, ,,^,lMv , _,
ft "-* ul1 " '"' l--lU.r BowpJ I,,,......
J* """ "- *, mj ii.. TI.....-UU dar
l'K yniir l~l. fr..l, u,ll be lli ,.,,,-y of ynur
fn,,l, ,,,,, .ki , ,,, ,, mm lu> ;
I'r.W '*'. '...... ""b"-V "'1""""' '"""'"
J'.r CW. HU1|U ,, T.,0UIn p
fragrance thul mm lovo.
Cashmere Bouquet
TALCUM POWDER

, M'mm...they're,
P Lia&f ^ perfect!
Hie < liil,l.airs luvo.nit,.
FmmI Beverage
IT.. ...nuna.c ih.. Dv-liin. m,k ,uch an in.unl
1 ..,.,...1 ,o M children, for (fail d.l.oou. food
""7*'," "P"mclv xood f..r them, h provide, a
.ulth ol nutriuve ck-mem, which re of the ree.t
nPWMBM in helr,nK to build up robu.t health and
. i niM.'iw encrtiv.
r Oval tine
for RobustHealth and Enerau
MAKE THEM
YOURSELF WITH
NO FEAR
OF FAILURE
Bakewell Tarts
Wo wouldii'i be proud of putuaj delioou. tan.
Uk.UM.oauM tea-t.ble! You can make uiem
"Hrtier.', no ipocial knack. Wila Royal Baking
Powder to fuaratitee luccau. they'r. bound to mm
o parfact. Here', ih. recipe:
Mrfa putry wth 4 .z. Ifch Jim, ; , reanwoii
*( Bail*, towdrr.pmcl, of nit. /u, oz lord, -aui
mt<. Lin. patty tins with paltry, put a little jam a!
bottom. Cream / oz. knr md Hi oz. jiojor. bee.
k ear rjx. odd nta ,>;. jtmolba, I roaidrd teaspoon
Knml BaAIxt Powder, o hale almond,mce and 2
uHesps. nttlk. Beat weU. and Illree-quAneri fiU the
patty-Un. witn the muturc. Bak. ,a hot oven at
430*. 10- 12 minute*.
ROYAL BAKING
POWDER *,
M.


WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. ISO
HARB.UX K UnoCATi:
I" \(.l -I M N
CLASSIFIED ADS. jr SALBS ^.^
AUCTiON
THANKS


.
HOUSES
ArilLONE-ON-SEA-FoniabeKr rlom
l July lSe Contain, tv
1.1 imr* ,3. Bej
tOMBa MA Wllh Wash-b..-; (
room, drawing room. gallery ana
*nw through t
1 kan. :.
Q Saint '
HI ,.,. t
1
I
IN MLMORIAM
isabel AUDI 1 i <- HAfl
III ki\ir.g iri>.ui of c

tut
Deep 1
I1 -
I ....,
darling Father
'"" mtri-irir- MB oe\.-i g.,,.
Enid. Mao* 'iu|M.r.. Estari
.MUl-lll-l..- I1...
. .
In loving iwiiuo ol n.y lH-r Mother
MIRIAM IUHIT.ll whttdMM I
On* yeai lias paaed uw that uil d ,y
-.hen one t loved, wu. 1
The -ail -a. short, the 1.1..- -ay***.
I Oougtil that ii.ath wu urai
(...) the iid gfgg Hotting tough.
Mate] m fluid)
bar sleepy eyes.
And whl-pr.nl "peace ba
Ever lo bo IHiwDiMtnl bv Pnr.
'...abai.di. In. U.itiian,
daughter'. Ke.neth iBon-Ufl t .
Grace. Meeville .grand-children.. Hegin-
-1*1 Boa.r.
DIM in
The larger Hal has (our >*
nesting rooms.
dining and drawing route..
Recently rrnoiatr.
g garage Phone XMB
appoir.Uosnt lo see tf,, place
large .!
art ant
r Weft (or dgrelii
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
I HAVE bora instructed to nil by
Mgsiic wwmm on the -pot on
TkutxUy 1Mb Jl,I> .1 1 p m Ui*
railed *l him MM
PFHMIVtl
"BHIOHTWOOD"On 1
Lawrence Gap Prom
Fvilv furnished Apply to


WWII II
.1 rt.-.ley. Chrl Church The
ror.nsl* of ..pen vrrandah to the front.
.(.wing and dining roam., t bedrooms,
Ma|M and bath H hs *
ptM ft-jM Ugrgajflggagl. ID 'I 1 loaf It
ni.igi.-d. Some must be au.' PM My
aperlion apply DA...
MMBMMgj Lane
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
HELP
- icnred Ladv A.-m.ml (01
DRUG STORK WORK Appl. in >
O Boa JO) 11 1 H-
A dualiSed KURSK (or St Jo-ph
Almahouae at a salary al W) H pn
im.nlh Applications Kith CciUfltatr to
be foiwardrd to the Parochial Medk-al
OtrJcar. EJlangowan.'' not later thai
Monday. 17th July. )MU.
Any Further Particular! can be ob
leined from the P MO
A A n uii.i
Clerk. .Poor Law Guardians.
BTSO-Jn
DEPUTY MANAGER Required ba
"ill Sugar Fatal,, in SI V.ncr.t
MBS euetgellc well educated man re
ill red future prospnt* good"
Mount Betitinck Estate. Ud
I) 1 1
1 7..
FOR MALE
CAR Va ..shall Veloa 1
feet Condition two ions
trunM specially flted loi
carrying "I more luggage.
Nichoiis OftVa WU Hom*
I .11.1
(he better
Ring It
-;.
Wilt in
Singer Sport* KOADtTaW In uL
lint rondltton ml>aire luat OVff 4.M0
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1*7 B VAUXIIAJJ. II II P HALUON-
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on COUiriiaT G UIA< 1
ELECTRICAL^
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in good working order Can be aren 11
W S Monroe A- Co Ltd Hum Street
FURNITURE- On.
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with Cupboard. II
Table .* feel aq 1
dIUon Applv M.
1.
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ln De.l Top
MULES One (U d.v.-n ti
ilhout tarta Apply Ell.
MjSCEU ANEOUS
CIXJTIIINr. Ladv
wiahe. to dlapoae of Via.
Crepe dlnaea .lightly woi
of American ahoea. itrea
k VrKrl an I
1 alao varletir
IAA Pill
II t SO 3.1
CAUC-TOSE ~ A vitamin product.
upplving Calcium. Ir.m. .nd Phihor-
oiui A good picke~me-up for children'.
..ppetitc. and an excellent rlavourlna: for
...ilk uht.ii..hl.. .,' KNIOHTtl IHUC
f.TORES
12 7 to an
'CAMILATOM: SHAMPOO" J..-I
vliat trau are looking for. including a
UM nn.# adding xparkle and colour to
vonr natural shade of Itoir Obtainable
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IIT Sflan
GUINEA ORASS A
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0
GALVANIZE Plpea 1%. and 2 Inetii
Mao GalvaiLlre flexible conduit In !<
neh and IS In. he. Enquire Am
Tito Company. Trafalgar Street Phot
S"8 7 M-ili
IJPTON-S TtJ\ A
arrived and may novr be had fro.,, rottf
rrocer P.ickaKea I or 11.-. f M
I'll ,,j ,oe The one and only brand
of Tea that commanda the largeat tab
."VV* *'";i1 H"1- ''"'' Part of thi
label attowlng the weight and rerun
to be evrhitnged fnr v.iluabli
ift 1
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11 klnda Including Ruby and S.ppnlrr
Beml-permanant need la. to play .-v-
tnouaand racmUngi
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NEW in ATTERA-Dinah Shore. Prank
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PI.ASTU- I1EI.TS -For labile.' a..d
Ctilltfren In aiaorted Coloura only
TkM M *ler.; Irrei. S.,i>ppe.
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1 Ob* ill Llqut
Cole a. Co
il 4M9
'JetTroyi Deei
Peraerui to llaten
Lardy de M on lb run
be broadca.t over Radio Dlatrlbullon
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M I 10 1* n.
For Rent 01
leman Large
i|hl Party ni
Roanllng Two iti
double Bednm foi
r to city Dial 4M
WANTBn TO BIT
OLD SEWING MACHINES. Out ol
ie. bought here Mra Vaughn. Klng/i
Hreet or Fairrhlld A Probyn Sta
ItHtl.
HMt Minus
NOTICE
1 I in 11 OF "T LVOV
Tender*, including apoclflratlon*. are
tvited for rrpain to the Rectory. iaub-
x .
araggd

ale. Pine Road Belleville,

P.iere and Morn- Chacn n
WrttMWJ T.blr WUI..I. Ornament Tables.
Dining T-blr wal gi H*.k Caae- il..- stand. China CaaMnet, upright
CAain all 1.1 .,.!.,*.,,s P.uie.. fibw
Wan. and Ciecho.lovakian Table Glass.
Tea and C.Tee Servieee. PlaHM Ware.
Rraas Tra> and Stand. Ja.d.n. .
PI-. Dl.h Covei. Good Testscope. El.c-
tr* Toa'ter. Mingle Mah*an. R.,t.>.d
Deep sleep Mattreea. Drnaing Table
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ton tin inm 1
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pot.

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nice Appl.
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law
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Fbr Ail I nortsrulara apply t..
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C o JOHN II IIAZE1.
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Kingstown
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M* sqiuire feet of land on tl
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The Houae ion tain, drawing
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Ttie above .III he -t up lor ule in
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CARHINGTON A SEAI.V,
Luc.. Sl.ee.
II 7 SO Inn
' MRJIOHF.". Jth Aeenui- Rellei llle
Heilmoms. Gas in Kitchen standing
approilmatMy gajog -q ft. Lawn
arl of house Apply on premlae- or
II.T H 3n
Vou .
Ivy
At Mann-dale*. It,,.-I ggaja
toilet bath
Al nnrkles Rnad one 1
hoaigi
Welllngion Rtrerl
NOTICE
gnpgjn
I.: ptjm
TliNDFJts for conveying pauperi
tai From any part of the Parish to th
Aimahuuie
(In From the Alrnshouae to the Oenerii
Hospital will be received t me up i.
Juh IBlh IV*
W V OOODING,
Parochial Treasurer.
fl PStF,
D'AHX-Y A r*'ITT
Magjrlne La..*
lit, I
st. phii
NOTICE
Applications for a vacant Filters An
nultv will be recrtved by Ihe Clerk o
Ihe Vestry up to II noon on WedneU>
July 11. HU0
Applicant, must be widows of
parish of SI Michael In straitened
clrcumstancee.
Foims of application can be obtains,
al the Vctry Clerk's Office
Bv Order. E. C REDMAN.
Clark. St Ulcneel'a Vestry
Vestry Clerk's Office.
Parochial Buildings
Bridgetown 11 SO--*
NOlrCE
Er Ik* Eslale (
IFW1S 11LIVEK YARDS
.More cn.inonlv known as LEI
Dl l\ Kit llt'UKt:
iooaggad
NOTICI hereby 1
an I
Itch Gernis
Killed in 7 Minutes
Tour akin haa nearly SO million II
d pore* "hi r.- K'Tit- hide- nnd '
rlbla llchlni i .
... 1.1. r. -
rnr->rtiry r.Iirf beeatiae they do not kill
Ihe frrti. I tWM Tl,- IMTsr dlacnvery, Niso-
Rnti kills Ihe germa In 1 mlnutea and la
giiarnnt.rd to git e you a soft. ..ear. ultra. -
....th akin in one w.-k. or mon-v
bark on ralurn of empty pack.ig- OM
fuaraiite'.l Niaoderm froiii gour ihsmisi
.. v _g> 1 -1
Nixoderm
Top Skin Tronble* 1/1
I OS! A UM Ml
LOST
hWEZ3>riTAKX TaUKXT Sen*.
74 FlnUCr pleaar return an.
wbcrl Aleva Alleyne. I'.un, Spun*
SWBF-l-sTAKr: I J K-'l
MM Finder please tetu
Sjdney Slcklet. V'u CfOtl
iaark Yard
S.-.
PARCEL i.n.t-1
>n Monday night
iu* poia. Finder
M-.....
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LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE
Ac at -
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: Aikm
Ga
liver Yarde more o
nown as Lewi. Oliver Rurkr Bag*
F The Harbadu. Fire Brigade deceased
lie ..I Entcrpri- in Ihe ,,-..i, f C1..I.I
i-iirth In this Island who died on the
Itk An gl May 1150. intestate rra i-
i.rated lo Hiut In particulars of their
.ittealed to the undesigned
Hrlam Adi.va Strakr. c o Mr-.r. Kayises
A GnlTlth. Solicitor.. No I Swan Stieet
..n or before the Jlst day ..(
Anaii.t I9fk. an., which date I -hall pro
ceed to distribute the aaaeta ol the da
ceased -""ml the parties entitled thereto
.1 only in gygBj .la ma gf
which I .hall then have had notne and
I will not be liable for the assets or any
part thereof so distributed to any per-
hm. of whose debt or claim I shall not
. i .,i .. ...
AND all pro,n. Indebted to tl.e .aid
estate are requested to settle their "aid
indrhtnlneis without drla.
Dated this 90th day of June. 1660
MIRIAM ADIN'A STltAKF.lt
Qualified Adn.inl.tratriK .,( i ,.,
of Lewis Oliver Yarde. driess.g
tl.8 90 -4av
E.igle Hall Road, I
Dated this llth day of Jul. ISM
1 <. I. WA1.WYN. Keq ,
P..II.C Maglstrai.
lii-trn-t -A"
Bl. BURTON iS>UAJU>.
lor Applicant
KB This appllcalior. U, I- .
eraig at a Licensing Court to bo bald
lll.e Cuu.t, Hi.tin I A on F.Idas tl
list dajr of Jul>, ItbO. at II o-i.-k ..
C L. WAl.WYN.
PolU* Magistrate. Dtst "A
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8Ih July
nth Juu
!Snd July
"Mi .In ,
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Wlsel
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BTUITD] I >U\ tt CRAPE
nUIT JUIC1 CERasAI FLAK
i taunt .-
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FOR SALE
. \-> mii UKU M txwn i
Standing Ml -\
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IADY RODNEY
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IADY NELKON
CAN CHAI I l '.'.I it
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IADY NSIJION
J Julv ilh July Uih Julv
It Julv 7..''. I II
ii Aug itth Au. .n. Aim
ii Ana =g(h A.ia <
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3rd .'.I.. 1950
10th August, IBM)
Hlli S,pt, 1950
8ttt Nov. 1950
lOUl July, 1950
16th Auk. 1950
20th St-pt,., 1950
14th Ni.v 1950
For further purlieu Ian. upply tu :
a. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents.
REAL ESTATE
JOIIS
Si.
Ill 4DON
r.irmrrlt llUmi A Bladoi
FOR SALE
ULOtl (MKjIUIO Maswrel
ii' -i iii.ii.i an . ...
'' ol .iu.ii> lotntriinion . Tlte Best STOVE to own
is a
FLORENCE OIL STOVE
# I.l-;. I.V tin,I Bt a Ml Ml) i#.
mr v iwiag-lg
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II ci.nl. y
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'-in. .|"ihiF garage
1 -
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Auctioneer A Surveyor
PLANTATION*. nill.DINfi
Phone I..in
City Garage Trailing Co., Ltd.
VICTORIA ST.
4671
Mrs. HOUSEWIFE
Wt. can now ttuppl.v you with the tollowmit in
ETlkei.waro -
M1X1NU buwLb (in v.hiuu. sizes)
TEA P0TU do.
TEA CUPS
TANKAHD JUGS (In SSiiOM |
MBAT FLATTER:! do
PLATES Dc.p and Shallow
DISHES
SAUCE BOATS
And many others too numerous lo mention.
Pay U* a Visit before Purchasing Elsewhere.
(THE IIOIJ.SE IOH IARGAINS)
I In1 Barbados Hardware (o.. Lid.
I Noa 33 A N SWAN STREET PU0..E 210M. 3534 or 4406
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
TKANartH AfD UMUVA*.
The mpt.1*..... M WTHSTOH IIAhl-
Brana, si ptuup the p....
cha ' M Uquoi i No tat o(
IM granted to THEJIPHILl'S SMAU.
in napcl of Bottom IV-o. Iwo .tori
..tl building In M.rhlll aneH. Bridge
PASSAGES TO
AnMIc* Pt'kI irtl i"t. Hoboh
Dublin per MV -Dl'AI.A". t-
20th Junn, and tbtrrvaftt
Sini-lc fan-. 70, i.suil rcdu
Apply dirtvt.
IRELAND
fTer |iassbK*s to
i. Dnmlnirn
sailine fit
ivcry thirty-tin-. rjs*/l
lions for children.
In your bamroom
a (in of Pun.lpuu.ili i dlutyi
ought to be ready, lor in pow-
dering yourself after the bath.
you make yourself fresh and coul
ggain, it prevents superfluous
perspiring aod abrasions. PuroL
powder also heals all kinds of
skin-diseases and troubles, as
ecicmea, prickly heat, etc
For Sml*~Contd.
ptatunc i
ireen. pink,
ffeg Modem C
'ooijt rXrrTaVn
In aur Showroom comprises i
gnartmrnt of hand decora t*
coltes- svts. vases tig. ret t..
ash trars toother with
roodrlled animal ligures am
'lues. Sea them
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PLASTIC HEAD TTXS -A Fine Aaaori
nenl In pretty Floral Design. Me each
n.e Modern Dress Shoppe. broad Street
1 SO 3n
Qt'ARRY Marl and
laU fa g u g, ... ,
SMjEggn PI t.!-:i |
mkrn soft tlom>
*.le h.ii Apply
tieorge
II 7 SB3n
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Pox MO. Bridgetown Dial UM
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AIJ1IE HHATHU AITE
lor Appllra
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Pol Ire U
i
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ci.ortm:/ts of DISTINCTION"
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II I M
IIAKKISON fOLLECE
x tMis sriov
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TOYS A wonderful a.aortment M
Tots atoo Mouth Organs rangi-
-c upwards The Modem Drest
Bra^l Street T Sft-Sn
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" of sells etc. Phot* 1*S>
11.1 10-
EMTRANCr
The Entrance Ea.
for eonaideratio.1 fo. admn-.i... la Ha.
son College, in Septe'mber IH60. will
take place as follows
BOYS UNDER 10 YEARS OP ACE
Must attend on Prldae list and Mon-
di.v Mli July. bMssrn the him.s of
10 m and II II p m
ROYS OF 10 YEARS AND OVER
VIII be required on H..turday ttnd
July from 10 a m to 1 JO p m
(Luncheon Rresak |> og lo II i and on
Monday Mth July from a 10 a.m to
UM pa
Candidates must use lie Roebuck
Entrance and report u. the Office
frsi in will raajulre
pencil., a .liher s.id an unused
e"clae boo* or ptece of rlcin blotting
paper la fi-n.l.h a amootn '.mi, ....
which le -T.re
On Monday Mth July, they stun.kl
hring eierclse 1-oki .....HMhagj tr^
or* the* have been doing at their
1 :".i Mhoola.
I Individual notice- have been posted
to all csr.dldates
I Opartment of Education,
I ail. July. ISM
9.1 M In
i th.
PINE i \n ALWAYS A JOY T<
i.i inii.n :
Our Tailoring
Department
"lias a deservedly l*opulnr
Reputation for
JLST THAT UttlM BIT
MOKr. C ARF AND
ATTLKNTION"
tl.ith
wt- L'ivc |o all
for Suils
Many men now
"I Always Ot M
FOOARTY'S"
lubrication is Important!
Pot pfompl Md .killed lubiicnon drive you. Fordson
vehicle in to u.. We are your Fordson spculisH, and do
die job thoroughly t low fixed prices. \M u! sho leU you
11 sboul ihe Uleil Thames Truiks with Ihei. big bodies,
roomy all-Heel cabs, semi-forward con.rol, elc. Vou will be
u enthusiaslic as we are about them.
FordSOIY Vans *%amesTnid<3
CHARLES MeENEARSEY k CO.. LTD.


PACE III.I1T
Northamptonshire
Draws Game With W.l.
D. Brookes. Livingston
Defy Tourists Howling
WEST INDIES (for 8 wkts dec) 431
NORTHAtiTS 252 (and for i) 206
NORTHAMPTON. July 11.
Despite rain (during the lunch interval to-day which I
made tlie pitch awkward for a while, Northamp'
easily furced a draw with the W- i i.- ui i ;; w-.nr,
lure The county batted splendidly when fort
on i?h na babind and when the gune andad I
27 runs afand with 9 wickets in hand.
Mart with ;t rand at 82, d
'
mil bat partni i
Livingston

I and pulluia powerfully
0 ki '^ n.r
th> partnership pa**e<
BUj Hit
IURBADOK AttXtK ATE
HI li.M SHAY. .11 I V 12 I9.1H
It BROOKES
County Cricket
ResuttH
LONlXlN. Julv II,
At Birmingham wai riuhtr
U-Ji Middlooes '->> 10 wickets,
Middlcex 200. (Robertson 8,
md Ki" (Sharp
not out ti.Si Warwkkahlng Ml,
(DoUan 185).
At Nottingham Yorhshbn bMl
Nottinghamshire by mi inning*
and 124 runs: Yorkshire Q2,
(Huttnn 153, Wilson 143 I.
Mi. NotUnaham
stall 78. Stocks DM OtM
breaker 8 for Sfi) and ll I
IIIlafcar r f.>t eti. Wardk 4 roi I7i
At i.i.n. Ilj i ilanwraan-Olou
laatiriliin
sin 400 (ParkhouM ifli. E
Da vie* M), Glouceotei In :
(Crapp, 68. Haver f i
85 Tor 1; ITom I
50).
At the Oval, B4..... htai K. m
by 8 wickets; Kent 25U. fCUr* *
Surndgc 5 f.u 771
(Fag* not out 71, Lai
Sutrcv 218. (Constable 77. Mnn-
tyre 72), and 121 for 2.
At Worthing Sussex best Som-
erset by h vicki U Sussex 'l<: roi
4 (dad I, (Ji tin LandgrMfe 241.
I ox K7i. and Bl
ic, (Irish noi out 75, I
for II), und 30(1; (Ti
Rogers not -ui 80, Cornford 5 <\
07).
'-
re bi N i m Dei by i Irs
.: (Ravall ". H arto ; rot ?:>
and 273. (Revel] IN, EUiotl ".
Smith 59, Tttersall 5 for 72).
Lancashire 221 (Wharton 59.
' I (or 79, H i for IB,,
and M4; (Hamer 3 (oa H)
Ai Weaieiiff, i
shire inut.h drawn; lases IM
(Bailey 08. Jsi kson 6 for
J65 for 9 dselarad; (Cray 84.
Walsh 7 for 921; Let
210. (Palmer 65, Tompkin 00. Ru^
.Smith 5 for W4i :mc| 23n roi Bi
(Wataon ins;
At Lord*. Cnmbiidge-Oxiord
!nter-Varsii match drawn; Cam-
. .
7H. Ryneveld B for ib>
7 declared (Stevenson not out 841,
Oxford t'nivci i
.5) snd 122 for 5, Carr 55.
healer
Mexico DefetsteCoba
In IJuvis Cup Series
HAVANA, July II
Mexico,
lorj bj winning Uh first I in
the doubles, brm cubj
0 tn their American Zone
I Up I"'
They won |he two remaining
singles ti> mske .. clean *wrep of
tr.i encounter filch fuaUfles
them for .i i.....ling "itli Austra-
i i anada in the A
B i In the tw ill
ingles Rafael Ortcg beat Jollr.
nchlvrr) 1 Q B i I
and Alfred.. Millet ln-ut Ojffcndo
OarrWo t: j ; < *rw.
.
< here pta
i s/hih
unbnA
. added 144 in i in minutes
II 111 thai
Itlng .sixes ami ID fDUH
.....i!'t agaiiiKt

an Hi battad three hours five
.md hit 9 (ours, mostly
With well plated drive* Ilui-fn,
.:.. la I three Count
UB wnkclj (ell for 37
curate with his off
iret for |hc
to 4 for 51.
broke the stubborn
eighth wicket partnership alter
IS inns had iieen added unnsedl
. .in. on aith I I
bad Jakeman > mcht b>
Ooddard il ullj n
thai bataman had been at the
kit for a total of two 0 rg
n rune.
Garlirk gave William.
rpoint .i catch the next over (run
Gomes, and Fiddlms ws Dowh
.a Wi.neii i.i eini the innuigi
bowled his oft bn
i. iracy In gaining
3315514.
.,it Oldfiald butte i
COnfidcntl) m ihe County's secon i
lespitc quick bowlin.
.md were Mil tofatht
at lunch, tahfln lew minute
' roush rain.
itam
The rain during lun
even thai there wan
watn on 101110 ol Un .....
BSU I ,ii the ootlield. bill the
ground dried quickly and plaj
Iftai only Ihiee quar-
tern of an hour delay
Only lour run WSfl id M b
fore the llr-l wicket pSXtnTSblp
It] IWO ATlei hit-
1 -'it p 1 pi 'int to the
OldnaU .illempted a
i id drlva bul simkeil a .itch at
II
1 it bowed -igu-
.1 k '..il .1 bul 1 Jv -
the Australlai
1 attacked the bowlin
minutes,
llU-llldlll, l
With lit
1 vlckel
. puii
match > '

1 l Damiew
.MimiANT"- 1 : INNINQS
1 >' ! . -..0,.

11 b Hmiiarfl.
H..r...i.
'-.fc.....1 UipKI.imI b n...... Q ,
RanaShlN
jMmaan
DOWI MO sNALVaa
.
sill \IMI( siiimlili whh
rounded up the sr.nnd Tel
ri.dii uitd Wslroll gettUH IV
sluiii|>- Skipper l.o.l.l.id 1 in
il-<. he srrii uith .1 jgsa<
smilr on hi* fare
Thompson
Retains
Crown
RANLsTT. St^-Tordshire. July |l
Itniv Tbompaon, from rhoklc-
ton Man. n iinsd bli Bjrlti n
iiipionshlp when
he defested T mmj M< Londjoo, on punti over is rounds
night.
Thompson fOUghl a Kie.it sti..-
tegk little, in la*' one of the beisl
ireei u make the Uona-
dsJe Ut'lt hi own pMprrty.
rwsnty-four-.rasi 4d Thome
on "-.n the title in 1941 and leal
h (ended it in At.'" 1949 Tin,,
was no douht thai after the fourth
round the ihampion was on top.
I . 1 v- ix-ve;ir-.iU! McOovern.
'. rn.i-like rugSjed, p!uck> and
tried b) make entrj
;.ttack at close quarters .ifter I!"
worried Thc4tipson constantly with
'' Oll.l iiljllt but the
rhamplon usually manage i b
out .it danger, and then with long
left- followed by ., short right
il :ftc points Reiner.
Gate Receipts
In Rio Soccer
ROI DE JANEIRO July 111
Th,. gate ncalpti tot ti ' H
Football Championships Which
,.re being plajad bare an ex-
pected to realise tome 3.ooo.imhi
1 lU/el|n
This L not taking into account
1 llib "i an) play od In
tlie final i->i which is nov/ bains
daoktad From the 18 games )
Urn j] ..
dr.-.- have taken near-
ly 24.000.000 cru/.
: 11 nslning four ganana au-
to return at lej-.:
another 12,000 cru/iim:
Gate recelpti >< gpain, (four
i realised ogarl]
rtai n llloa cni*
mx an.I tin.'.- q ,.r. 1 million
'in imea over
' BM...... it..b < pmss
IJOO, It. Md Chile's 'l
1 rRd.noii
I 0| t'n-ii
1 .li 1 ihC mini., in il
1. !
171 5.000.
Hater
WEST INDIES PLA Y
LEICESTER TODAY
Koreans FoAW Hark
U.S. Troops
from pjce 1
Commuiu eanci i
1 ::i rails
down below the 37th pai..ll I
Supplying American and South
k. ie..n (brcee In thi iront Hi
boeeening very difficult, for pot-
holed roadsnever good HM
,ue sJree Is churned to quumirei
Me,, iipiarters of Ihe Far East
11 1.'.....Ted that three Yak
19 let Aghtari had been seen n
- tn This wss be-
lieve.' to ne the first time North
Koreans, had put jei Aghtei
bh P01 oms dayi Ansarkan
plaisSS had reported no an* oppo-i-
1 lespond-
enl in Rue.i |..i 'he II1.11 -1 Gio.u
Of Nan papers Of Amenta was re-
ported musing to-day He
last seen at the front reStei lay
morning Renter.
Thtrj'll Do It Every Time
CXD.NAR:L.V THIS IS
THE MOST GlOROUS
/ V'EW N AME*CA*-yOU
'CAN SEE THREE states
from here, over there
IS PEA SOUP CPVE.tHATS
RAZOR ROCK VACHT
CLUB WHERE THE
L16HT IS-
rhe West f 1
ive reached an
ay m.u i; of tneir nature
csrxi in Bogrtand, and to day th--.
pan 1 eiKhteenth gan
I ! k inre
W F Mill, bowbng 1.1-
.it KeiiMiigton lor the 1926 MCC
team hniufflH Us the breath at
Leicestershire, the count. Gearv,
Sidwell and Dnwson, and which
was once captained by C S
Dempter the New Zealand bats-
man.
Game* with Leicestershire ha o
always l>een very keenly contest-
ad. .mil 'he We t Inch,
single win to their credit to date.
This was in 1900. on their tlrs:
Vlelt to England. They lost the
1906 engagement, and since tr
am hSJ always interfered to p
vent .in outright decision Four
games, 1923. i28. 1953 and 1939
were loft drawn
The 1900 game was memorable
from the fact that C. A. Ollivler.e
and P F (now Sir Plum) Wirnn
who Opened HM West Indies inn
the score to 238 before
rnped for a wel'
played III OUhdarra went on
IP romplet 1 1 :;Miant 159 and the
W 1 ...ilected 386.
Tin- proved more than enough
(or the county players who were
dismissed tor 80, ami 219 by some
fine bowling by Woods and Bur-
Capt E l CfaaUanor. broSwi
Of George Chsllenor, turned out
tor the County in the l0fi game,
Whai 1 West indies ost by a
111. r. in of 25 runs. Leicestershire
batting first scored 274 and the
West Indies replied with 242 of
which Lebrun Constantino made
92 The County rattled up 318
in their seconu innings giving the
West Indies 351 to make for vic-
tory. Not a whit dismayed our
lads made a gallant bid, the last
wicket falling at 326
Tw,.s a gallant defeat
Since then the other games were
all unfinished. In 1923. Fer-
of British Guiana becaM?
:urtershire by
0 o it of the W I 1 g
peg
i ad 11 1
West Indict declaration ot 10S
I 1 -itei rain had ball
Set to re; 25i2 to svoid .iefe.,: I he
. : f ended
.
the 1928 game, The s<
were Leicestershire 228 ana
for 9 declsn w.
M lor 2 wickets M.u
Gr mth and Lcary Constantino did
s. me line b.,wling in this pi
faeh Liking 4 wickets In the
County's first innings
In 1913 rain washed out the
first da> of play and then the W. 1
mad* 158 of which George Heao
ley got 80 Leicestershire replies
with 295 in spite of Martindale
with 4 for 89 snd "Puss" Achong
witn 4 for 84
The West Indies had scored 243
lor 8 when the end arrived.
Another drawn game.
And so too in 1939. West indi
led off with 182. and Leicester-
shire put up 208 In reply with
Martindale taking 5 tor 67 runs
In their .it.und visit to the middle
tre West Indies had scored 314 for
H wickets when stumps wer^
drawn, leaving a fourth fixture
unfinished
' There will be one other fixture
Derbyshire, alter this game before
the West Indi* enter on the third
and most momentous Test.
Injuries are taking their toil,
and while Skipper John musl
nurse his team carefully he will
no doubt do his best to notch y
.mother victor>
W 11 ttie rah) lake a hand on<
again In this fixture"
We hope not
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