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PACE !<> SUNDAY ADVIKATK SUNDAV, JIIV K. MM |*( -4 \J[ A \ V4W4T .MB MONOA* A . PI WARNM. I SKI IU..H AmoN SUfTAil FIGHTER SQUADRON I. AIL TV (The Cardan) ST. JAMES •DUST BE MY DESTINY 0H.00HE TON1TE .UO AND CONTINt'lXO 5.U0 8 30 "MALAYA • Spencer TRACY l CORTESA SPECIAL BRITISH NEWSIUM Sre mWT JOE WALCOTT Iti action SPECIAL AMERICAN NEWSKEEL See cnindmoll.fr suimmlm Ihr Enli*b Channel VOCAM. TALENT At BIT ION THIS MORNINO 9 111 O CLOCK Housewives* Guide PRICES for Pines and libers in the local marLMD the "Advocate" checked yesterday were : Pines: 24 rent*. 36 cent* %  nil IS .rill. i %  umi'iiv : 6 iri.iv per lb. HIPTIHE RELIEF Ifv* ('mini Inilai.l rli(f tiT <-ai.ii PI...I.> Air I'aakiaa Apallaaia. Filled with %  real Inflaiablr Hr^wbJni llalit. Uiong and ea.ilj waihet). It hoi. in* hernia viu. %  %  jch %  vm.r flrmrra* im W OMB II..*. Have increaied ehanraa %  iVtaVSMaag rut rull deuula and Frr* Hooklat mi IlllV.l.n 'i LTD., Ilepl. IHII 1 0rt Itnal London. W 1, anglnnd 'in DH lovelv l was openci Ic %  %  pacts to v i parts of the count ling here in about iFlowers Tor London ., T HE II Trim i.i thf I on July UHJ %  i . • %  %  : i .-. I \ i On Short Visit M R JOHN' ST FLUX DASH, of M i %  mm "I'm. d id %  i B W I A. on a : : St. John's Parish POPPY DANCE ;il Ihe CRMi: HOTEL CASINO ..XE.XT SATIHUAY Mi.III ./I'M 2'Jnil %  Admission sum including supper I.IMIIM WIH INDIAN IliSUIIIillS H*e The Domini !" linpanr II in.!, r .11Brtdtr A Trafalgar MNaal QaMb QaUwq Enjoyed Visit \1 has i boen holidaying in Barbadoi • Mrs. A G H 'avihon'. Hustings, has th % %  .viiii h i AMONG the passengers intransit for Trinidad yesierdav morning by T.C A. from Canada was Mr. Courtena.v IliU-hins .Editor of the "Trinidad Guardian" He was returning from the Imperial Press Conference recently held In Canada and wBiich Hon. V. C Gale. ML C Managing Director of the Advocate Co.. Ltd.. also attended >%' miwis %  try van AT THESE I'IIII is Flush Switches ,8*0 eiuh Tumbler Switches ofic .. Through Switch— ?>'le l^umpholdent 22c .. Ceiling Ruses 22c .. Connecting Boxen .I4e Klerlric Iron PIIIGS n9e Wood Blocks —Me., 49-.. :!•.. & We .. I n-.i'i.ii HI %  Tupe (Roll) 52e .. : also : 1 CONNOR WASHING M \ I III M $220.IHI PLAiYTA TiOJVS LTD. HOI 'ALL (Worthing.) LHI t Shows TO-IIAV I 30 * 30 •TIH EATAL WITNESS" "DAKOTA* Monday 5 I si In*! Republic Serial TillPI Ri'LE MONSTEB STRIKESStarring n MOOHB Undl STERLING Roy BANCROFT Tuenday S V ft-M UMPIRE TO -DAI 4 45 8.45 .111) < .... 1 HI 11, % %  20th Century Fox PresentJohn GAKFllI.I) Mirhelinc PRELI.E In tNIlER MV SKIS with Luther ALDER Orlcy LlNDGKEN Extra: 1 R*l Short "THE BATTLE FOR KOREA" BOXY TO-DAV 4.45 A. ft.ll Monday 4 45 At Ml i ,i. ..i . 4.45 Only Ron Rciiiltl Dt-vera Ituiton In •-OM4H) OMOO' AND rillNATOWN AT -MIIINIiaiT" wltb KURD 1IATF1EI.D— JEANX WILLES oivnnr To-Day 110 & 3 United Artists llig lhubl' "DEADLY IS THE FEMALE AND "THE (ROOKED WAY" Mon & Tuiss. 4.3 *V I'liiU-d Artist Double SINISTER. JOIIENE1 MAGNIFICENT COLD DANISH BUFFET SUPPER SERVED SUNDAY NIGHT Well Known Cameraman And Wife Here M"„ Intransit NTRANSIT to h day morning by T C A were Mrs DICK BIRD. Mr and Mrs. Courtr.ay Hltehrrived from Trinidad on *"" Mr Hitthin. i~ tinBdltoi Thursday. Mr Bird is takinj, pic"( tinTrinidad Guardian tures here, bolh still and movie for m Canada for the i ".C.A. He was up at Seawall Imperial Praei O veaterday morning .shooting g few Also intransit for Trinidad from scenes. Unfortunately, however, it Cai rdej morning was rainy, durlnf ihe time MrPatrlojlt Laurie. Cfulbb** r rom ; to II oil'tcU >JZ MARINE £AU ROOM "— : ::z 9 Pfcstaa 35J3 ASIATIC I'M^II II^KNii (Members Only) in "IHE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE" in "THE GREAT LIE" that the T.C.A. *pl The Birds are quite famous Ihe motion picture world Dtcfc probably one of the moat fame... cameramen in the North Amen"ifclit lnvt y.,n He vsill be in can continent, and the story of bil the Wcl Indies until August "th ike jn attventui %  For forty years he has been making motion pictures all over the •rarld. eovaHBg ail kinds of stories. He now ha* ., great reputation as a phfltOffaphOf 01 wild hfc in ted before hi, [I lo Trinidad, he spent about three and a half months In the Lnterioi <>t British Gul taking pictures, gathering material for th.American lecture tow be and his wife will do ihinter. Happy is the Bride I riHAS' cilt'RCH was 3 beauUfuliy aecoted yeeterdaj afternoon, with white Queen %  i' Flowers. Oleanders. Corallta %  ad ferns, making an nuraci.v,^•ting for the marriage of Mm dauftbter of Mrs M.norie Hayncs of Or. I > .sting*. to Mr Walter Cllve Simmonds. son ol Mr and Mm. W A Simmonds oi Meadow Bank. New Galloway. Scotland The Bride, given in marriage by Ml Victor Marson. was axquisit. lolled gown of very old rUn Her headiress ol seed pearls was kept in ., beautiful veil of old lace and she earned a LwojBel of orchids and The Maid of Hoi i u '< %  • Bride's eousm ,Miss Gloria Clarett 3l Toronto. Canada and the brides, ie the Misses Dorothy Oooding and Pauline Fitzgerald MOSS in Elizabethan sold taffeta with lace vokes and sleeves, Tudor headdre-ses and each carried fur muffs, with dark red flamboyants. The duties of Bestman. fell to Mr Tom McGee of New York City, whilst Messrs. Campbell Oreenidfe, Tedd> ?•<•>"• %  '. S c AiiiuHiisil and Allan Trotter ably assisted in the capacity of groomsmen and ushers. The reception was held in the Xanadu of the Ocean View Hotel. srtetch had l>een elaborately decorated for the occasion by Mrs. Ralph Laffan The Bride's cake was a masterpiece in the arl ol icing, done by Mrs. Mane Benson in British Guiana. The honeymoon is being spent at "Old Trees" on thf St James (-...i-i Mi and Mr*. Simmonds will be leaving next month for England, where Mr. Simmonds Is a lecturer in Chemical Engineering at Durnd ham University. '"' Returning This Afternoon D UE to return to Trinidad this afternoon by B.W.I.A.. after spending a lew weeks' holiday In .t eprvsent.uive of T.CJL He was S ad( S Ml ^ fejffl. one of SM live, .( **"" Part of h.holiday %  T.C.A. to come to Barbados in preparation fur their inaugural The Birds leave here on Saturday by T (* A for Canada, to return to their home in Regina. Saskatchewan TfeM are |ua gtl it .the Ocean View Hotel. Married Yesterday Y ESTERDAY afternoon at 4 o'clock at St. Michael's Cathedral, Miss Pat Fenty. daughter of Mi K G. Fenty of Beauvoir. Uaiell*s Road was married to Ml Walter Hudson son of Mr "VflSS DAPHNE HUGGINS. and Mr.r. W. Hudson of Porl yl ,.„.>,„, .. i. 'X^HE ^rSffiatfs-5 teuvsrte di head-th of Lustre Satin, with ;> Uee and satin. onyei %  .'S,;;;:;;:\ GLOBE STARTING FRJDA1 JULY 21st. r,.c,l ..iii, li'i.s..(il.o IH> Met Daughter in Trinidad i. -"iuet was of white gcr .„ i,ri,'imw u-Aon ^ berai with Hl.es of the valley M" "^ ,I1I,N JARD. MISS Joan King was. the Bridesl J* "'mod from Trinidad on Fn—... She WOri a dress of gold erhead of "Shot Hall Cottage", Hay Street She hopes to return ... for another hoUdii SEARLE the Sumrr v>vw>v>e*oo*<*o*90e* -, dt'A Oouoaiwn l^Jim*!! -M si Till: TIME FOII KENT AND RELAXATI9N PIDGEON BARRYMORE P*&* 2a*u£ LAWFORD LEIGH OktaetOa LANSBURY ^ LOUIS CALHERN |,\ FWANflS L. SULLIVAN £aaffaBf I The stoiy [of Maria land Ihosc I who r.r>:' I her best! M R. and Mrs Evclyr. BM0I and son Harold were among the passengers leaving for Connda yesterday by T.C.A. They expect to be in Montreal for six weeks. Besides being Manager Secretary of Three I! i Philip. Mi Recc is Weather Forecaster. %  eneratloni now, the R e e c lamily have been intcrcsled in the study ol the weather, and for \/l Mr. Recce it is a most absorb^** With U.S. Military Mission in Caracas L T COL. NOEL ELLIS. U.S. Army, who is with the U.S. Military Mission in Caracas returned to Vdnczdcla yesterday i i itw i A aftei .. week's holi".iv it. Barbados staving at the %  i i i lub Born in Illinois he has been in the Army for thirteen years and has been In Caracas for a an iwo yours. His wit.and two children who accompanied him t>> Barbados > our loiai havo remain,^ ,,„ lor n \ on „ CT %  > holiday, Met in Winnipeg and Mrs Ronald Jessop ad from Canada .ng hobby. yesterday morning by T.C.A Was it coincidence. Ihat yeswill be In Barbados for fifteen lerday morning shortly before days Staying with Dr and Mrs they left. Seawell had one of the A A. Gibbon.at Folk-harpe-t an t IU-HVI.-S! ...inf. ;i S' %  %  Mi .1% % %  ;-; %  a Ua.iie for many months The rain was IVchrveiae In Montn Bl They il ad by lightning and met the Gibbons' a (Sm bunder ago m Winnipeg. With Radio Distribution Left Yesterday A FTEH two weeks holiday in GERALD l.dMER who a ^V Barbados, staving with Canon ith Radio Distribution Ltd and Mrs. P D W. Moore of the %  eft r.-i c. '....I.i yesterda morning IUTVIS, SI Joni Ilia Bettj M • I by T.C.A. accompanied by his Knight retn ..da vesI inolhci Mrs Iximer is returning lerday morning by T.C.A. I to Canada to live. He will be reShe li a nurse atlncheri to the I turning shortly Montreal General Hospital ;Ml„ leltft.ni 1 u-dni von ro t,'.i in. ons "/ thoac nau long (''.Mini; rerotdi ufii.Ii gn, nfn. t\„li un ftuut or roniim i % %  TAKE AEO.XV A SUPPLY OF MURRAY'S MILK STOUT MRS. HOUSEWIFECheck up Jiid RepUce your HOUSEHOLD CROCKERY i.V M \1 i I I I \ i MHlXh AMTMSH f.V THE muxr I 10$% t: own it t/f/f/niv i##/#i srot r I it 00 I / 1 Of it 0.I10H I li H.Hflrr A full Rotga <>t TEA u ra A BAi cms TEAPOTS MILK A CREAM .11 O-. ftl'GAK BOWLS PORRIIKiE HOWLS UNCII. BREAKEAST and lUXM It I'l VTIS SOI I' PLATES Ml \l I'LAITERS vKrtt \nii DISHES sM (I BOATS fwaarf these at .


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SINDAV. Jl I V li.. lMl. SUNDAY ADVOCATE i'\i.i nun i Old Prints In New Gallery \t I In t mi in.a 1tataA with Hastings In lithographs, the distance' is enchanting. THE Exhibition of old %  thographs,'he distance" is enchanting 1 }.',. .; ,. )t 1S tne plty lh „ our #n larked the forcsighi tu v Ihl* coaal road without will be on view until tne cot* „r | and the i M <>rth onlj It IN a uoiq, '* appeiui in this punt. The ol Carlisle Bay from Rlcgraphs specially loaned for &***• Battery by W. J. Lord is a (Hx-ation from trurollection* of'!'' print M are.it interest. Boa. J D. Chandler. M.L.C Several excellent views presMr. & Mrs J W ci I Grenada, views of St Kilts. Edward Cunard. Bart Victor • Lucia and St Vincent are the Marson Esq.. and E M Shil-wotk ex) Lieut. J. H. Caddy ol stone, Ex, M I I %  ; i Bopal Artillery, who during cranpkrta exhibition ,,r West Indian the 10 years he wu in the West prints and lit!.. .:.,! j number of views exhibiUon of that kut small pool, Cubbies (Millions) and the little tropical fresh water fish are best suited Some of these fish are quite beautiful, ami in a shady pool with well established Lilies they will breed and increase. For the larger pools Gold-fish answer well. DURING the aftermath M war, Ainu activities of the different Ml 'ten are uatiall) tun In pretty-quick order. Sonic in jjood. and the i ng MhB have had here recently, have been amongst the best; "Command Decision"— a Aim about the American Army Twrlve O'Clock High" -a Story of timber Commam'. 01 •'FIGHTER SQUADRON" which li playing al tl.. Theatre (Oistms) and lolls the glory ol . group ol atalti lean tighter pilots stationed in England .. the boras b tei Hoinlsrhaalng, and .tin i minor vi. 1 Prix at Auleuil. Juki abou*. thi.s tune, the jot ki strasght. M SJVSJB 1.1youm son tome of his !•' actions, but he reckoni artthoul the* trio of thugs who nave followed bun. Cornered i > t em, he refuses to lose I iiiKl the following day -after one lbs m-st exciting at aapasch I iiavc ever seen, h.romes hmne im vrinnei There is plenty of m I (•dfiniuiig to eny^ and the din tor Jean Negulesco. who koaii thms% going at u fast pun> i |i be highly eonuneadad John t;.ir fwld, as the jockey. dof> wiii-rounded psaoa ol wveh Tbugh. hard-boiled., and tend'.-r towards hut son, and .. milted "IO0 heal." It li Imp i i t" fa i sympathy for Mm MicheliiuPi. 11. ., char i r Parisian ehanteuae than usual Rood looks u : applies the romantic InWfl well as concern for the |orkt vN I motheHest on Orley Lindnren .1the boy ii am .sin.i :.. saj completely l-ukins In U precocity thai i .M often eeu In youasntort on the seraan He M natunuand annnallni and deepl| nia love f"i infathi i Authentic Eu r ope an i a contribute greatly to UM phere ol this film nnd ihc r>ench lopular son,;-, sung by Mi) I' % %  are eaptivatinn and p \lon| with "t'nder My Skin" ll an excellent Myjih of Tin B "tinnee to L i te"— dsp leUni D (., rt Repul.lliin Italy, which W*l N-d h\ the Atnenraii Ol.'i in thai country lo help boys who I lot %  eeiTuilni and everyone in the war. and were In danger ol be* riiniK if they had n I %  •• me, juvi-niie delinquent : I. *ni. niid affcai ..ii the pan of ln< '. i ii being continued tod ij "ii the help of a reUgun and .m> boy who goei men* and Ihey all so voluntarily— hai the ohance of becoming n usi .i well-ad lasted ritlteit it is i nne documentary and ma Iha* ihould he widely tlmwn THE CHARGE OF Till: LIGHT BRIGAD8 S'lnr weeks beep* I save %  short rev|w „t Mils film. It has n tuiiii .i SI ,' i mi.v pluvlni' ll A t i i %  pd I wfl) I Just like i 1 %  nf you who haven't • %  < i it that It Is an outstanding '--mi-historical film. drari % %  ally depleting one of lit* rreatesl miiit.ii dlsuten in the mate 'Andrea are the featured players. None of them is a famous" stai, but each one plays his role r.rfertl.v, naturally, jnd sincere Ij,. Which probably accounts for the fueling that they arc just plain soldier.nd for the balance maintained throughout the film. It Is difficult to say that one ia better than the others. Liu-h characterlratlon in completely different and each one well dclbicd. Worthy of special mention are the %  uthcnUc picture-, taken in Technicolor during the lust war, of the bombing and strafing of the northern Kuropean coast. The editing of these films is good, nu-l they are skilfully used In such a way that perfecl continuity ll maintained with the teflon The music, which Is in the capable hands of Max St. i moat effective, and contribul-.'S greatly lo the atmosphere throughout the Him "i'MDBR MV SKIN' The Empire Theatre IS now .showing ''t'nder My Skin'", a lllm based on a short story by Brnaat Hemingway called 'My Old Man I enjoyed the lilm_]ji oro "g Il ly. ami I can't for the life of me. see why It was necessarv to change th • title to one that appears lo have no bearing on the story It Is the tale nf n crooked American jockey who has been warned off the big uee tracks In the U.S. ns well a* a fair percentage of those in Europe, and his young son. in whose eVet bg l treat man. Commencing In Italy, tho jockey Is forced to leave Ihnt country when three Inlernatlonnl horse players, with whom he has i rnsseii up Ins contract, catch up with him From there the action iPOVes to France, and we find him trying to ge* mounts for some of the Fiench races, but his reputation Jus preceded him. and the only hor-e ne can get is one no one will ride and lo whom straight taclng is anathema On his son's FOR QUALITY & FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME •SAC th *" CH PACE POWDER for glamour that btCOMtS JF0U By BOURJOIS KIM i.i I't KM MI • LIPSTICK • TALI OOLDCstlAM VANItHINO CREAM • BRILL1ANTINI HAIR CREAM riMM.fKBTMB IS THE TKOriCS— W nuit'ii know it t'DMiiTs a lovely skin protect* III' (tin 'nxn li-l ... %  trlcabtBi n/'frii. %  .! | % % %  .ni't Ik* Ik*I .hlny t Tka vwy < !" l f UM ypoa yoor ikin U % %  I— — L M %  %  ;..;. %  M ..M.-II*. .-ii-, ii %  .1 it|.mU aetlM fat pr^-rTlfm a •ilk. .km. 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ru.i Mid; SUNDAY ADVOCATE si MDAY. JULY 1C, 130 then thud Test Match against England Hi Thimdn July 20 and lusting until appears afiiln the Te-t iv tq tli.ii nine, then %  m % %  likely t>< < Op th..im-hair team selecBowlers Were On Top Yesterday T HE West Indies plat Trent Bridge, begini July 25. And will already be 11 %  will have been ample n % %  honours In this Test. A* Is our wont, we shall Ukd ARMCHAIR SELECTION E VEN at the risk of appearing redundant. I shall still mention rut the benefit of those who do not know at what level we approach the England Waal Indies cricket, that our approach here is only From this distance one cannot hut sympathise with skipper Goddard an.! the oOk r n,embers ul the Selection Committee in their task n| the West Indies train for the Third Test match These unfortunate few are faced on the one hand with the task of ensuring, as far as licv within their power, that the West atidles do nni loxe tbc historv-making advantage which the. gsaflSMI In their handsome winning of the Second Test at lairds. PERPLEXING PROBLEM W HAT must surely constitute a most perplexing problem Is that of the pace lwwlers. On the decision to play one or more of the pace bowlers rests the possibility of giving young players In other departments of the game, then chance to piny in a Test match I*t us pick the certainties and then tackle the problem of selecting the not M etrtsJa Skipper Goddard gains a place ex offlcto and ungrudgingly SIIKC he M the team that won the first West Indies Test virli.r\ iv.' ..t Lords Slow left arm spin bowler Alf Valentine and Sonny Itamadhin nre our principal match winning forces and they loo pick themselves. As a matter of fact I have )ust been reading some Pros clippings from English papers kindly sent me hy Mr. P. A. C. Clairmonte. West Indies Test Selector and Seiw 1 Vice-President of the Barbados Cricket Association. RAMADHIN AND VALENTINE, WORLD 0LAB8 A MONG these I iind that Wally Hammond. Captain of England In fifteen Tests against Australia. The West Indies. New Zealand and India has described this pair in these words: "In RamadNn nbly supported by Valentine, they .nil would then he iminlMT one to lie picked II.A. Marshall 9 wkta Greene 6 Did Best I or The Day RAIN attain interfvrred with pla>vest.-: ... day of the 1950 local cricket season. Showers fell overnight and early yesterday, and in one game, the LodgaCanaga match at Lodge no play was possible. in the other games, bowlers had the better of the fight and some remarkable figures were returned SCORE BOARD PICKWICK v I < > Mill K M I K I rickwleh ifar 6 wkta. dec. I 198 ('• %  •trmrrr 53. and ifar C wkU) ts A FINE bowling performance !> %  A Marshall of Pickwick 9 wickets for 2fl run* ii at Kenslngu placed his te early victory against Comlicrrnerr Marshall took 6 for 22 in Combermere's Biff innings and came back the second innings to lake I for only 8 runs Hoad. who BaM bowled well, look 4 of Combermere's wickets during the fir-.' Innings lor 13 upenbag his account, he wu oat in a good calrli b> Bruce IIMII*ulf Marshall. Innivs u a* held n* at mid v. E. ii i mi the nil aide. i ond JIII] third wickets who look fell at 31 and all in an over from ins in 20 overs Marshall (; ranI who followed. esterda> h„s sjiauKn ..i to come %  line for -rlllHKl UHBSBMI E rii asm %  —•) i—.•• l-avti FKUT C Tofip-n 1IirnflSJBt 0), L Wood lbi i I *.. M Taslor k Bli'k.-i T S. Bii'-'l rtol uut I* F..rlvo b H'aoSo H Klafna* f Or ant Ii Smith F. I a Hoa-t c ElU. • t> Brankai %  vtnaa : b 8; I b I. rvtt. 4 fall of Wlelwto : I 1*. I-IS1 I ast. s-sts. -SB* BOWIJNQ AKALYM* A. Elliot IS 1 M ii N UraBt 4 I I* ) OHStlHIRI. I at laaim> O. H K.,M < Huad I. Mar-hall O H. WilMnaon .ipd wkpi iTavio. b Marahall K A n>an*r I lnm t> Mar.halt O. N. Grant .tpd *pt -Ta*!.*. i t> n *-k ,„,.,-, T'.lal 'for • flSWB. *tl 19. 1 lor 11. I IM BUWIJM; ANA1.YSIS Aikin—n A U In.or, M Test that It would b UOWta rjarnning. to atn-tnpt anv modlAletloa M I T would !• extreme folly the Hae-Slollmevei eoml is too much experience, sobe Stollineyer opening set-up ll haps fatal to out chances of change. On the other hand, lo.y Marshall lha dapui) opanla| batsman has shown thai he is capable of turning in u wiund and useful batting i-crfon iitui u in !"<• batting order He has now to bowl to all intents and purposes on top of hi form. Sin.e the Sei.ni'1 Test, two centuries are among the good Innings that he has plnyed mid if one takes his youth into consld eiation and the indisputable making* of u great batsman which he exhibited against representative Trinidad and British Guiana leafs* during the past two years, then one is safe to conclude that his claims fat in.lusinn frill prova very diltlcult to Indenied by the '.lectors, ANOTHER PROBLEM T HAT poses another problem. If Marshall is played, he will hi to go in to bat at number live. We have already decided UDOII Bae and Stollineyer lo open the innings, and I think thai tafe there. Week. W..neil .md Walcott follow and then Marshall to give strength to the batting in the middle, a very vulnerable part of uur cricket anatomy. Can we ihcii pla> Chrlstluni? 1 shall receive in two day: ;i letter from "Gulantse" In St. lAicia upbraiding me for my daring In suggest that Marshall'Inclusion might put Christian! out. lldu-vi i if Walcott is (It and there is every indication that he Is, 83 not out yesterday would seem to point lo that fact, then the theory* of playing a deputy wicket-keeper will merit being dubbed by my much used phrase a false economy Gerry Gome?, because of his versatility, his big match temperament and his comparatively wide experience In Tci Cftckat must also gain selection %  II.M: I.M.iH ill Killed I. | "-.IKS anil wii'ket-keeper Taylor made BO uiistjk.' Marshall got his fourth wicket Whan Knight was caught by Hoad .i mM-on Kntgtai wanted la an' rive a ball pitched on his pads but did not get his feet Bufflctantli Pickwick carried their overlu ll "'' bfrttad stubbornly and week score of 2&8 for 3 to 290 for scored 28 out of the tolal scorn 8 before they declared of 4U. Combermere could any raise 53 Five wicket* were down for 40 in their tlrst Innings and at close runs and Ihe sixth wickel soon of play were 23 for H in their fell without any addition to the second innings score. Huad got Morvtllt clean The wicket, which had been bowled at nought, affected by rain on Friday night This brought Mr Smith and id early yesterday, gave much T>ppin In the wirkei Toppm aistance to spin bowling. <;,, i.-n M, Smith, stuinpeu Ihrkett of Pickwick continued ,n a similar mxnner off the bowl, bat well and took his over, ng o( Marshall. The a core hoard week score of 86 lo 86 not out. mpn rea ,, 40 or „ Marshall had Branker took four of Pickwick „,,.„ uken hu n th wickel for 22 wickets for 138 runs. runB Thp HS ^ Adams >. next to be bowled 5?fc 'J^"*, Jori 1 At 1.40 p.m. Birketl and Evelyn L w Marsh .u [or noug hi and Mi H gxi7..Tb i resumed Pickwicks first innings Smllh -rter pu ning Hoad out of with the score at 258 for y BlrQs for ,,„ w „ c|f an ketl was 86 not out and Evelyn ^JJ*,^ ta|If lalor ,, BwnkiVhiok the first over from *"J ni !" Ttn * "^ the pavilion end and Evelyn was **LV J" *' cket M mln „, M of hU first ball. Evelyn The W went up In l8 nunu'es played back to an off breat; Hoad dismissed the last two ton] pitched well up on the easstra n en Elliott stump and was bowled off his dought each left pad. The score board then ..i mki-wlchet read 258 for 4 Left-hander Harold Kidne* lllled the breach and pull' Mr. S. I. XmlUi b Hoad II E HcrLlk b Hoad D A Toppm iipd kpr iTayl b MarOiall a. AUm< b Maranall .1 out O. A glllol t Innlaa b MoM M Murroll ilpd wKpr ITBTIOl Hoad IClti 11 %  I VffBj SI. 1 11. S-Jl. -41, •—*9, T—4T. t—•!. ~U noWltNO ANALYSIS, H H Kins t 1 i \ r..t.. its M H Jordan • I • V I. O Hood 10 1 T 11 c oaaisar-tBd i*o>a** ti It KnishI • %  EVPIVI. I> Jordan O 11 Wllkinann c Wkpr .Tivi„r < A ELTON i roLKI ror-ica—ui i % %  %  Tailor c wkpr Mannaii b Zddhiii lIUHKn^n c W.rrrn b K UrrcnidiP U w b K Or* -, l< r Lucaa b Williame B Hulchlnawn u w C. Bradahaw not oui E OiMita c Lucai b Willlama IIUu BUWUNG ANALYSIS 1 I, 1 f r tnnlia b Manihal r not out t roller Elliott Brunkcr's : ill. ball U boundary for six. Smilh from the screen end. Birketl gave the second eh of his Innings when at 73 It I (T Branker to Toppin at slip. In that same over bs> Murrell foi was caught -.-vide by l i stumped Combermere were all out to the accurate bowling of Marshall and Tolal ifi.r | *..:. %  Tall ot wMkata 1 for 1-4. 1 -B -t, S—11. Mwniaras sraT^v WASllCHr.H-S 1.1 INNINGS Alklnaon v Atklm b Plillilp* Wllkra %  o D William* c Hlackman b Crrnr r> F MaiKhall not out 1 K Hutrhlnaon b Taylor .. .. 9 Extraa Total tl BOWUNG ANALYSIS! : O. M R W C. Bradahaw I • 1 r Gratr* 10 fl 17 B F. Taylor SI a 11 1 J Byer 1 0 i i Fall of wk-kota : 1—IT. 1-X. 1 18 IS. 1 a-40. 7-4J. B--41. • 50 r LICE—Sad Iaal M > r Tayloi lb w b Edahill 21 W Farmer b Ediriill -i J fiy-i e K Hutehinnon b EdaMII n 11. WlltaMi* r Luca. b W (ir Prl .,! %  1 I Warnar not out || F Brrw*tr not oul I .It Head for 53 me " Second Inniny-* h They followed on witli Del task t them of scoring 237 to avoid i Innings defeat E&*2 V t^fouTan 0 ; fwo J^-^AT two> to taka hU scora to 85. were brought or, The CJutTujaJn Smith's third over from the the attack meant trouble tor romscreen end claimed Kidney's bermere who lost fl quick wlckels wicket. Kidney, who was then for 1! runs Marshall euumad 10, played ftsrwaxd to one three of them for fl runs making pitched on the pud und moving ^ |S ngures for Ihe dav 3 for 28 b. sUp. The ball took the out„.,,. „„.„ „,„ u ,. n Knlghi *. Wllside edge of Ihe bal for (Irant l !!ord nd wa? iXUSGi in dimKPARTAN 70 for 8 declared cully to Branker who look his Wanderer-. In their malch. vuket with the last ball of that ni(aiIwl Spartan at the Park added ..„ over for duck. i_a--s w runf w lh p,r yer\-eek jotai fure Marshal i was rrturned to the Pickwick declared their innmgs of 3? fof lh( lo „ of |wo w1C Ket. phVtllon Wg bef^p to Hams. C'ARLTON vs. POLICE 4t 290 for fl Blanker had taken rjordon I'roverbri lopseoml for th ituhard Alkinson partnered rollee 78 A 188 (for 5 wkta.) BOWLOra ANALYSIS C Bowm ... 11 8 8 Til SI'AHTAN lat INBMlNdS Alkln. D Alkinaan b N i! .ulull %  M lllll b N. Marahj Total ng at 58 for three and v Jordan lt wise to declare Tho friekat wai Dtnn and Eric Atkinson. By the nbl e to add 21 — innings at 2.30 and O. H. Wilkinson. To Kink and Fosler, Pickwick's opening pacers, these batsmen were ool particularly comfortable. Foster sent down two maiden* while King conceded one run in two Carl ton 51 CONSTABLE E. GREENE of Intercolonial fame, who now represents the PpU.ce First Division with his medium to fast deliveries, skittled out the Carlton team in their 11 icket malch at Carlton grounds aptured six Slow left-hand bowlei wicket standire only "cket which gave the bowltn Mtime the total was 11 both of "these which was taking turn but not sistancc an4 parhflM thl bftfaman were dbmlaoad, Atkins greatly affected hy rain. of hb. main reasons for declaring, caught at MIK mid-nn by D For Carlton D. Williams took T, F "Shell" Harris who went Atkinson off the bowling of Norfive wickets at the cost of 22 runs T %  ,,k..town made a brisk l"; 1 Marshall for three and Noel whlle_K Greenidge took three for 24 before he was clean i Denis Alkinson. W. il caught at fine leg by St. Hill. 20 The other two wickets were %  he howling of Norman divided between G. Edghill and K. Marshall Warren. At this stage Shell" Harris ln ,ne r ,urn a the wicket Carli>nd "T'rry" PflRHm were at the ', n were only able to knock up Wicket but Pilgrim was ssfbn after ?LS? _J.J !" !" K v9 r# S U 4r B V* 0 kinso brought on at the screen end place of Foster while King cowled a third over before giving place to lnnisi. Wlcket-keepei Wood was hurt as Inniss came on and Skipper Taylor deputised. Knight was given a life at m when he was dropped at mid Wicket on the on-side off Inniss' bowling Runs came slowly for school boys and when the Interval was taken, they had only red 22—Knight 14 and Wilkinson 6. Combermere lost their llrM tvlcket when Wilkinson was stump!" j"J_ ed off Slow len-han,! lec-btcak ll|Vi ,^, ., bowler Marshall. Wilkinson „ H1 ., Griffith and S. Heodley were at ''O'IC '" >heir second innings moved down to drive and WSJ f; Proverbs and D Davies went ihe wicket Headley was four not "re 100 for the loss of live wickets. beaten with the night of the ball ou (a carrv on the Wanderers nut and Griffith nought not out w Farmer and F Taylor made 22 He had contribute-! 8 to the total rtr*. innings when pl.t. started War.lcr.-is opened their second each. Bycr 17 and 1 Warner 18 not of 81. When the total was 61 Davies wa> Innings with G. Wlikes and D. out Branker . next in. but he unfortunately run out when his Davies Wilkes only managed to Bowling for Carlton G. Edghill was DO! there lon. Before score was onlv 17 reach two before he was caught • On Page lb Denis Atkinson captured four of Ihe Spartan wickets in nine overs for 23 runs while Ihe other rani to Norman Marshall for out l.b.w. to Denis Atkinson f. SO run-!. only two rues. Hutting Anain Keith Walcott < In their second inning* Wanbowled by Den derers arc ten runs for the lOH ten while Harris .._ tickets Tlu wlckotl # nDBntl Atkinson for 24. When the and two balls. The other i.t.v.cn Phillips and declaration was made Samuel was taken by Skipper Byer scored with 15 while D. Lawli who made len, was the only other c and he wu >prvon lo ,,eoch double figures. Alkinson for Greene captured six for 17 and I bowled by P Taylor three for 11 In five overs • —icket 1 qulla agree that it is difficult to judge stamina in a live furlong event but one can see enough to indicate whether a horse can be held back and then brought on at the Ilnish. or whether she is just the hard pulling type who will die on the bit. I saw enough to tell me that Bow Bells is not in the latter category and what is even more in her favour is the fact that her weight, not pressure on the bit. kept her from passing the others before they were spent. She therefore kept up a good effort for nearly Ihe whole course and carried through with it when the others were falling back. In Ihe light of all this I think it a most unfortunate circumstance that Bow Bells will not run in the Barbados Derby. The eventual winner of this race will be lucky not to have had her for n rival. CLASSIFICATION Having given my estimate of Bow Bell's capabilities I now turn :•> Ihe matter of her classification. 1 see no reason why n should now be incompatible for me to state that she has been classified too high in Trinidad. Over there she has been placed in C2 and in Barbados she has been placed in D. The latter is obviously corroi t Vet I am not surprised. It is now some yeuis since the Trinidad classifiers have been promoting crcolcs without the semblance of itason appearing to play any part in then deductions. Thus this latest move is no worse than what they did to Peprter Wine, l.igan. The Gambler. Ocean Pearl and the like. Once again 1 rhall try, as I did then, to show how they might have arrived at a saner conclusion. It seems .. verj simple matter to draw a line through the perfi nuance of Wavccrost to tlud out where to place Bow Belle. They have both won live races in F class: Wavecrest 5 out of seven starts and Bow Bells 5 out of nine. Both have gone through two stages of unfltness. Wavecrest won three of his races In a row at Union Park defeating Princess Ifasiyya and Loop On who were in much better foim then than they were in their recent escapades against Bow Bells Bow Bells In lurn defeated Wavecrest in the Trial Stakes When It was obvious that he was not tit. Therefore on paper it might appoar that there Is not much to choose between either of them since It is still left to be seen what they will do against each other when both arc 111 But. here is the crux of the matter:— every man is entitled lo his opinion and so are the classifiers. 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SUNDAY. JULY U, USD SUNDAY ADVOCATE r\(.i 11v i W. INDIES RECOVER AFTER BAD START World Cup Games End Todav Walcott 83, Christiani 78 Held Derbyshire Attack W.I. (for 6 wktt.) — — 201 CHMiUUtELD. Jui A filth wicket sUnd of 157 between Clvdi WaUcott angL Robert Christiani enabled the West indict to put up 201 lor six on the first day of their fixture with Derbyshire htft Ram interrupted the match after lunch and broughl an early ctaaa curt a returned t. on u patch thai iud dried aftai tha gam* after an absence of Stv<-ver-nighl ram, and Wen soon in eral matchc. wrought most uf tin* troublr utiain.it Uw Ruifai Mri) damage lo the Went Indies mg bowler* Gladwin and Jackson, batting. In some good bowling on The Hrst reverse came at ihe sporting pilch, he took three seventeen, when Rae played back wickets with his fast medium to Glauwin and wu bowled ofl deliveries and at the end of the day 'he insid tf edge of hi* bat. his figure* were three wickets lor Worse was to follow h) | thirty-six NM. three quarters of an horn. Wateott and Chrlsttani hegar wWeli Gladwin took three wkfcau their partnership cautiously after ond hehi Stollmeyer or! J the early shocks, but MOD brightbowling A ball from Jackson anad and by lunch had added si; found iho edge of §tet1meyer*i in just over an hour. The rain bu at twcnt>-i.N, which held U(> plu Jiltii lunih beld .. gujlv eatch One run later. Mowed down the arfcfcl i i ,i |, l 'ott it rtr*t slip. dived Weal Indies pair scored comfortu,ul %  ,H 'TrrMrail. and wilh UM :.oly until a double change brings '\'!'' %  '' ~ 3 Marshall was bow leu 11 g on Ihe spinners Rhodes an < Walcott and ChnMi.mi aft, r ., Kichardson. for Gladwin and vor >' autioua start began to catch Jackson notched two successes for "I' ;: "'*' elock, and the hundrcti iJerbyshire. With the score ;it ISO. w ent up in nn hour and three Christiani was drawn out of his Quarters Walcott hit RJ ground by Rhode* and stumped ,h *" %  •• -* 1 boundary in and runs later RJrhardson beat ..i;i .. i ( HRISTIANI i i vn H tn inr Two Smallest Yachts KaeiiU 3,000 Miles Tin Coddanl with his off-spin to dismiss the West Indies captain fm 1 Rain brought the end half nn hour early. The teams. Weal Indies: J Stollmevci. Ftae. R. Marshall, K Trestrail. C Walcott. R Christian!, J Goddard fCapt). C Williams. P Jones H Johnson and A Valentine Derbyshire: C. Elliott. J Kellv. A. Revill. L Johnson. I* Vaulkham, A Rhod/.. r, Datafcaa C Gladwin, D Morgan. P Richardson and L Jackson Play Ixills, and the lirst hour at the to nfth wicket partnership added 81 sail _Gladwin and Jackson came back llcnnuJ lust before lunch and Gladwin swung the ball enough to find the llotli edge of Walcott %  bat. but lunch the West Indies were for four illaM i-uau .-V. I % % %  > pi i.) race %  acti Dthet I i Atlantic have [eft Phonouth, After Lunch In opened the bowling after lunch but his tpn d am noUcaabl] llai than during his opening spell. He began with a maiden ova ing the ball sum. u lintish. both are o, rnaaaad in crew, of ioui. They lOt sailed igal t pact) other |n [,,., months USD miles Rhode Hani to Bermuda race Only 23 set"Ida separated them at the Anfcafc Now nonth Ihej I ono-nuid Tha two yachts wrigalng 48 ika Christiani cautious Jacktang rtfUKared, are the Samuel Tha West Indies choc to bat su db, o '"'K 1 lhc "aUnu-n g., %  %  Paj an all-naval antl |l t and he hit Walcott on the shouldthe Cohoi privately <>' | i er with a bumpei at which tha captained W K AalanJ Colas, ^Mitsman swung too soon a Southampton amateur yachfia Raln then began and .it till the man game was interrupted. No more play was possible before the tea The Samuel Pffpyg. winch beat interval, which *.i broughl for""' Cohoe m the liennu'l.< rag*), IMN y ,M ,, . ward three-quarters of an hour %  commanded by Lieut -Com i wrighl. Kent lcgbre mnl Seotl M Iho AnUrtlc •wier on Thursday oi'Cam*' the pl av WM he | a u ,, f„ u ur hr| 11,. „ u.ing the unuMKtaM !" nd plo>-t*l, J. D'A Keary, tormerly with tho Fleet Air Arm. Bruce has lother naval officer. Uieut.of al 2til (or Commander I s Sainpson, a* his No I 0 Walcott and Christiani scored %  icadily on a slow pitch when play was resumed after tr., and e ,w l**' 1 bave set a Walcott hit Jackson for two four, course northward from Bermuda w-Kh straight drives. Wild the i,,, tbe Gulf Stream, score at 180. Christiani was lured Th '"'' " "' *h yacht out of his ground by Rhodes' legart Ung. sleeping, and living In spin and was stumped by Dawkes. saloon about the size of .. i J( |The Ofth wicket had added 1ST *'*> compartmeut, but wugi valuable run* it a comfortable much less heart-room. scoring rate. Rhodes had ennac on a a double Tn,, > Olfry HO gaUons of fresh .... and Jackson water and about 1.000 lb. of Having won the opening two , n <* ,h '* "ove also disposed of provisions. They wlU have to igles on Friday the Aurtrahan ( '"<''1-"J. who was beaten bv kwp on strict raUona, — AUSTRALIA BEAT CANADA MONTREAL., July 15 Australia to-day reached the North American Zone Final in the Davis Cup competition by gaining a winning 3—0 margin In *"•> Richardson their match against Cmarin here change for Gladlook the Doubles today when Job Bromwlch n d rVank Sedgman l)cat Henri Rochon and George Robinson 6—2, 6—476—4. Australia meet Mexico In the Zone Final. —Reuter Tennig Postponed . %  M[' %  -!.• Ui flunur. In lit* iiwn Triini Acoriasirmtii UilT-nnl %  ha UPS I IlKhardson's off-spin when shaping for a cover drive with his score only l Walcott continued to outlive powerfully and at the close he wa83 not out. Scon-. W I 1ST INNINGS Stolawypt c OUdwiti b Jut-lew Ift Ha b (..IK. win Maraiiaii b GlBdMin TraMrail c Klholl b Uladwln W.lt„t, n^i OU | ,3 Clin-ii m -ipd Dawk*, b m.mlr. in lli{ MUlr race will take how long the TWal Hor B wkbi raj or wc i |f, j z\ t— w s— in. a-ias % %  ;:. %  -.. ANALYSIS i.L.i*,. *> %  Their principal ilangers are fog and ice Sailing the great circle course, the yachts wilt come witJiin range of icebergs carried southward from Greenland by radar current. No Radio It is not Ihe 200ft.-high beig-., I ut 'Insmell pieces floating low %  %  tar, that are no Baroui to .'mall yachts area. .... >• %  • .. iaiii, transmitting set — It would have heavy. So thev may not rted till Uvey arnva "it tiHEnitlcb eoaal L E.M. The AUSTIN A70 puts on working clothes THIS NEW AUSTIN •PICK-UP* built on ihe fgrnous A?o cha>sl, and with the handsome A7o stylmu. h made tor rcall> hand ajorl It i^ imt what you want for jobs thai need i stalwart light open truck th..' rate a lull 15-cwl. load. The allmetal body has tonfrued and grooved wood lU.rr • 3nJ DVtal wearing plates; the tailboard can be lowered for aJditioml loa,! epgee li hj^ I 6S b.h.p. O.H.V. engine, steering-colum.i gear control and indspendeni ftotl uvpe-n^on A standard tilt and cover arc optional extras PARTS AND SERVICE. >n.i. and A u, fit 11111 S In it 11 I* A CHttHtMAH wOM HM Spoon uilh 1 haiuliiap BCOrg ol H f.iMalt-r A .!• V I'ha-i wa second wilh IIH 40. Condition* un the whol, MN load. alth..ugh the light was hasj and unsteady The mnd *., slightly puffy. sfi bei 10 roundi al KM %  '0 and COli yarda, liui the SttO-Mi m UM reeoiti <>f the 1 (lie foil wing "i %  111 s 1 .< \i it dg VartauU 1S8 P A. Cheeseman 136 M D Thomas 135 M. A. Tockt'i 133 (. Martin 132 Majos A .leV I'hase 132 K 1 Parrj ISI C A C'umherbalch 12fl ItlU DC JANEIRO, Julv IJ TTlt vital matrh In the'Wor.n occei ( up l-i iala between Bra... %  w at rtt j ceo* I in a ovei iso.ouo. t.. the Mum %  %  : •1 en ihe la.Sii ehan The olher matrn in the final %  ". bMsraan Sweden ..nd Spam. lii %  ( Sao Paulo Tho kf Rim I.. '•• t% on ihe Mra/il Mr.,.11 haw nn %  tah ta. • ••1 rii.i.'ii in. u.. %  %  mnlimaging so i.., I tnaru turpi. % %  1 %  w.-altl is % %  vtetarj '"i n.. wbo, .t srouM banaflt bi thou Un players who arc moatl] part-time M feaaianala, hecao-.ihnr etuba 1 SI sufTiriciitly | IIK h faea, .k\-not bean promiaed anytnlng pei.... bonua Boih t..mieonatat of big. iyen who ara not afraid "t roliuM piny and Knellsh 1 1 ferri it idei who 1^ i„ oitlciale. loohc like having .. busy time. WucueH itaitail l< iiMiiii ..iiuule t..kct irfllte. early Friday morning After Thur-day'a scene* here, when Brarll beat Spain << I. and many Ihousands broke through the barriers, police will be out in even greater itlWIgta t.. prevent a recurrem. ..( Pa| chaos. One ncMipapei ktated that at least 10.000 people got in without tickets %  -Reuler GOLF RESULTS The results of the Mixed Foursomes al Ihe Rockley Golf and Country Club teeterda. were; Mr C S Atweil -nd Mis* riya Atarall defeatl Mr. Joh-i .1. i.,1 M Mi-.. Kati !%  riagan I .nd 2 -Mr George Challenor and Miss Isabel I-emigan defeatad Mr. and .Mrs J. C llotchkish 4 and 3 \Ia • : i-r..U-nagan and Mr* C. G. Mac Inly re defeated Mr and Mrs H V. King 5 and 4 Mi K J Petrie and Mis Bragfcda Wilson defeatetl James O'Neal and Miss Winnie Barnes 4 and 3 CrtcketJnatehToday A fnendly game of cricket will iplayed at the Y M C A. grounds to-day between a learn fn*n C F Harrison and one from Y M P C Sporto At Y.M.P.C V M P C will hold theii meel.ng next it tha y-M P.C. ::.'ikli*s Hoad ut 1 p m fc X Bark Pluy Is Forceful Bi ALAN IIOBV IT hai been yulle a week At laord'l 1 saw English cricket lake a hiding. I saw the galvanic '" %  .We West Indians laach upr io a couple of cricket funda:.ufitals we are in dangei of forae'fjggj, 1 Tkar have taega.1 aa Uw vaia* 01 forct'iu back-alair aa dlatlncl 1' in a asfeswlve puahbig away af thr ball all Ike bark too* A'han Clyde Walratt slammed UHM shots through tba covers nn I straight-drove the spinners %  tnaek to Ihe boundary, he showed U| what any leading county o-t>1.1611 worth his cap should >>*• able 10 do 2 Wjlrolt. v\.-. % %  • and Wacretl gave as an etifa more precious 1. 1.11 ii.-r or past ck.nrs when lbe> went oul said rlouted uur slow %tuff. They used their fee*—one iwo. lhre, tear — U> get U Ihe plteh Tnay nevar stood ai Uve crease ke pen-tried status*, aa If a couple ..f hands had come out of ihe • l-etind and grabbed both feet BARBADOS TURF CLUB Amended Official Classification 1950. Mid-Summer Beam H'ig->" Ho.s Dalli Hue Streak l oroiudo 1'mi Anuro Firemist Drakafi Drum Wellington t .,., %  : „ Gun Sit* D 2 Pepper Wine Seawall Battle Slai September Song Cxomlnci Storm's Q ift A. 2. ft. 1 Ah Ilaba *tomie II S la bit* Kendal Fort Lady Belle The Gambler E I B. 1. Comet l.idy Pink s.ivar Bullet Oatcake S untune Watercres-. & %  F 1 Antg Diam Uattalkm Panas Adami Bowtnnnsioji Count Coin ;.!jigii 1 .indmark Dulclbtlla Joint Coinii...( %  Perfect Set Kebate War Lord Lary BonePostacript F t C 1Beaufils Apullo April Flowwrt F..bulous Bert Wishes FLI.-UXIC liontile Lasleading Ailicle Brown Olrl l.jcton Bullsey* Srlorious Cactus Swiaa Roll Clamentina Southern Cross Colletort Sun ^uaen TIbenan Lady Cuosternatiot cross Bow Crosa RoadC. t Dunes* F.picurA M Illy FaeetJous Painty Bess First Fhgt • Fair Contest Flame Flow ••' Fair Sallv Foxglove l.ientify Goblin KidntMd llt-Lo Kitchen Front Joan of Ailank Stream Lady Itorr.r • Marine Light Mary Ann Miss Panlr Miracle F'actora Mountbatt. %  • Itiver Spri'' Misa Fnen t., •-rflt? Page Bey SailorFui Perarvtran' SUtrry KIgh' Pharos II Hhoney Lai WT Quaen WUliam II Riptide Itivei MiM Slnted Sii B-rnat'l Soprano Straight Am. Sun I--an Sun Fire The Ragle Tornado Tvphoon Usher Vanguaid Wnterhell ft I Hatsam Minuet te Monsoon silk Plant Tango \ %  1 a s nine Diamond Bfahtnla?. Choia Chindit IX ana Ftving Ann Front Iloupei Hawk'* Hill Joan'* Stai Lucky Shot Maytlme Mopsv Otcedol Sun Jewel Wiirr.ar Clasaiflers: A S BRYDEN T N PEIRCE I. E R GILL Subject to change in the aval I <>t any horse taking part in any Meeting prior to the Barbados Mid-Summer Meeting 1850 JULY 16 NO. 128 The Topic of Last Week When toti a> %  ^u^^. ui> Sunday T* un* B .H •*— ana %  •> J^.rt M % %  .. irl, ih.. Mlii ( Mi*. Ni.ui>>t. %  in ih iw va %  u> MM .-. lassiaai *hi 11 i> IIIH (o plav A Ulila (ant* or latwila Mm anoaWi>'in ll>r .... MI.. itialMMn' %  ay* "Vm hrK. rhui.d> rul an rrMat t.i \.vuna '.II MM eeraar MIM IHOMMTTbkwh. th. ,. Ml., . 'Stsr No iimga. -r SM laan Wl>anevr> 'Mm SnubtrtM-f ESkS Jo* la*l Uuon • OolMMr PTulat And Incaa In nig. ha told lou I' aUlaniat.1* -at, a* pnrU Thai Ui'i mi-nod "Mack and fciua So aalurda> iiu.n.lng adll. Lou aaid Jo* Mat. i. W'ti'-. PilU si' -ip*. tally pit uaied to help wake up mluggta) kidnra,. rtwy haeailensui|[ aja inliaepd. ai-Uon on Ihrse * whi.li is hound lo affe^l toui s*i hapuii.iHV Hui over half a oaatan l>Witt a 1'ills have twin Ditngiag i dtrf stifforfs Ironi b.nkarhr and a rC*nl ••Mintlt-f Iclti-la i.l i;rdtit lo join i III-IIII .1 jiidobUon a a>ip|Hy to Li, snriH A i II i i \ \ v i II \ \ ^ The Flying Springbok i an immerm iimcnt whtrc. m ihe past, distance and t\ iv. howi-.L-r. the >Hyu%xSpnntl*-k H Imofjtbj c.cn ycara—ol Havel lo iiniiiitiHgiui In.ic> '"' '' h ipe of Good Hope fly tin. aircfafl I l it eld Job.iruicNlMjrg . Kimlwiley. and oul ol the I QJOB 10 N ioui i I ondon linking v.itli Lurupcan and world -m linn Ml agajnj s \ \ luvc increusod ihcir route miici | .'.•t iimiiciiv.distances of virgin counlcy, nangg *.an> lod Shell .iviauou ga.olinc. inn Hh I I illlLITi /v I lit tlli



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r.\r.r six SCNDAY ADVOl \TF. >l MDAY. Jt'LY 16. IS CATHOLICS IN BARBADOS EARLY MORAVIANS Probation Officer At Work i J minority, an UM imvil %  oui Lad) Fiitim*'" hu* brought it laic the lime lifhi Barbados dm la "labour*, and hi U.nd u n.ve Chun*. c un -"•"•" on ,nc E "' ,Ue dc %  %  m u n IO iiuv. • i HM ."' io the rmt or so. %  %  An,,.-. ,„.,, n mum of i.,... Ukllid. II , tlirrrlra.'"' ,nu not I IM ""' >> '•' %  ons In thu The llr.t Chinches . : "Sf: ... tar dw AnibMii*. Ihn i.. niinop. IIMI ,, ,,„..,..,., .„,.,. : %  !..:. h. ISM. theviuus la IJ7. nd built their Hi ""'" Church in ITU*. The WM S*vS!!*? l _E WI-K the next on in. I, V| ,V"', A K*" nucleus, of Wl< exist' sand " \"th of Ma> IBM. iice, termed by some of the -olAflcr the death of Father f the Religious order* Persecution to tal over Use Muori in IBM. Religious persecution cam* uan ( , rcc-ordi-d thai Father Henry end whilst the D-kc of WclJtagton , n s 1( u>t of jMUI> *N fna* Minister. Lord J unh and RlimU >uceeeded in carrying a „,' h '„ ,K„ MlWoi. hiu been Bill, which enabled dissenters to "** **" % %  ,;,,.,?„,£" STSe i.„id rnuntelptJ or Oovn d ,V:l^ r ^ n C e ufflcea. At lam. through the feai %  % %  P 1 !" *' „ ol civil war in Ireland, similar Hcklc l-aic relief wat given to Catholic-, by Fi.kUfat* t<*k .i hand the Catholic g^nancipeUon itiii of n itt< 182*1. II was not, however until 23rd IM2. struck ., HM M DM ien year* after the passing of this Catholic* In this community when act by P %  IM Ant n great part of tin I'M IA'ITV ami .ill iwi %  < < toll Church in Barbados are found On was soon rebuilt, the 2th of Februan it**, the rather BuTtcklaacI, who wa 8 in gentlemen of l(om;m Catholic !> %  charge "f this Church In the Uef hold a meeting and J ra • the Leal century, had lion was passed to petition *!• • „. great desin gel l i Roman Cathohc Hi-hop ..i TrlnlH, malnUlned that there m dad, for reaid on i prleat, and they much work I %  nun* in encased Lbameehn to lubacribe Barbadoa He mau and imrm i i iix-d f4" funds enough to build the Convent for his annual salary |n fl i < mirchyard, and Ma In reply tx> this petition, the In gettuig Rev Mother Ursula t> Right Rev. I>oetor M.cl)onnell, I*, the foundress. She came wil'i appointed the Rev. Wm Rogers another si-ter. and oiiened a school. to the mission On his arrival heir L..'' >ll"i iy His I>irdhe was welcomed by the OOngre.,,;,,. BWwp Kutlrr. hi found angiilton. ho propose.1 to DUlld n other Convent at British Guiana church as soon as possible ThU i„ 1894. Blaho,, Butler reW— wea u n a nlnv wM with the eonqu eated Rev Mother Stanislaus o! gregation wlwopeoetl a wbacrip n,e British Ouiana Convent to take Son list and Father Rogers went nvrr fnm „„. S] I( rs of Morcy in p.. rl tod the Convent %  ministration the numbers arew Rev Moll er Angela educationalist with thirty u Iv the**Catncaica .i" : %  Island only numbered 513. """ for the "' '" Committee on ihe lai of Beptember, I83i. a me-'tmu of the congregation wai held and it Commutes wa.i ppolnted lo consider the DUrchaM nf ,i -pot of land, lust over Bl acre in extent, l-plonghm to M %  olroom at the Garrison. Walcutt, and situated In Jemmott's which was loaned for the 00I^ane This situation was consideoaton; the Church was soon reered as admirable, and the land | (ll m ,,,„. (1 the energj >f Pothel i for £].5oo of Hognn The Leglalaturi made %  which £1.000 was paid down The 8ran of t2 00 In aid of this, and M -* l ffy?, !" yi J l • C WA' •"dbeeriptlons im.l donations were STSn uT ^.K ^iif'iJS* 'iv'" not ml) DV Catholics, but WWd B Halj of Whotn Hla Urdbv prote.tant, ,.nd -tews alike %  nip Bishop klacDonnell spoke"— Convent u outarowinK I hlv |n his letter to the .,JV\ ' ht.iMirSi in ihe Commitl.T on his decision to send J" %  }• r ,ho 1 nuildin^ in the a Iciest Other names found on Churchyard and when the i thti Committee are Mr. P. Dil"f"** r % %  %  ' ." Ion (whose son afterwardhtcame Kso • c me n ,nP mn'^et. it was trailer of Cuatoma), Mr. Dripur< %  Convent n mm and Mr. Tho*. Stevens. moved then Tl ii the level* rasa The plan nf the churr-ti was rlenee known In man. at "UN maile bv Major Hott <>r the ai-d OFN" bemme the home of the Reelmcnt then stationed at Bar"TXrauUne* 1 Covenl of Ba bado* This Church was to have This lovely building BOOT proved been ^j,'. ited to Bl Bdward the to ba | io -011111 and lha realdence Confessor. The corner-slone was %  SujnJnervlluV Ml purchased and laid on December ?4.lh IB40. hut „ fln0 ,i |o it. Todav thi* lovely due to the lack of funds. Father Convent li the horn0' many Poaers would not continue with ( hool fh IHren. not ^rxU trn m the M .'O^SSK en JiJt Tnto"£ ^T P i"T TT SS"J2?** trae. for the construction of St nent of South America, an IIPMriek 1 Chun* More monev reeoanlse'l as one of lh P leariine l.nd been contributed In the mean'edura-ional Institutions in this while, and the names of officer*aeea NLSrUNG quietly at the loot 01 the gentle slopes ol the hills of St. Thomas he tween Grand View and Baqatelle Plantation is the original Moravian Church yard of Sharon. It in known by few. But once a year the Moravian Community make short visits as a pilgrimage to the firat spot on which the Founders taught their gosp.i. Within the small buriul place are tombs over the remains ol Moravian Priest whose name* suggest their countries of origin. Simply engraved on slate which is as fresh to day as when they wore originally done are the following inscriptions: HERE .n this <>u.et spot can bo aeon fragments of the original church destroyed by the Hurricane of Id31 To-day in place of tho church aland the houses of simple country folk who y nwaio of the significance of Ihe spot and of its history. After the original church woe destroyed slaves liflod Ihe roof and such parts as thoy could. %  :.' %  hills lor a distance of about two miles, where to-day is the Church of Sharon. The original church occupied about two acres of land now under agricultural crops of varyinq types and partly occupied by the two houses shown in the picture. IOHN ANGEBMAN. IOHN BENNETT, December 1775 May lllh, 1772. IOHN MONTGOMERY SAMUbX HERR. luly 27th. 1791. Februtny 24th. 1773 ONE UNIDENTIFIED The encloeod graveyard if th< Church. original Sharon Moravian through the Islandin r.use wl serlpttoni from the othet i communities, which wen i i e; than the one at B01 li Is found that in 1871, twentytwo reari ..ftPI ttx .. %  :,...-, ,. %  naiy. Fir* the rnjM Of 13th June. 18117. whan si Pit! Ich : Ohui lettroved Bervtcaj a*n then held *fc: The tombs ol iho early Moravians. Tarthest away Is that of i hn Montgomery after whom the present Boys' School was named. Two small h acres on which th< 1 occupy parl ol the original Iwo %  Mood. WASHINGTON, July II Commander Julius M Amberson, of the U.S. Navy, Bureau ul* Medicine and Surttery. left Washington today for Venezuela to lend assistance to health authoHtlei in maklna a nirvej of plagiie in that country, it was announced by the Pan American Sanitary Bureau. Regional Office of the World Health Organisation. Commander Amboraon is accompanied Plague In Venezuela hv Dr" Ernst Schwari, also of thi Bureau of Medicine and Surgery A small foeUa Of plague In VeneI'l.. caused sporadic outbra-aki of human oases over .< period of years Tins plague reservoir nvently became active BSjlln, and the Ministry of Health requested the technical assistance Bureau in making %  thorougfl study of this problem with %  > %  10 '.dc elumiiiinoti of tii rtnhH of infection Am I HIJOHN BURKE, formerly iteUNWDS journaUSt, is now i'lubalion Oitlcer attached lo one ot the London courts. In a BBC i %  ifgiamme he Ulked about nfu *ora and said that the Probation umcer's orhcial job u •dvfgg and befriend" oltendei. .ue believed tu be willing i mead their ways. This mean.aiding other pe->pte's bUBUtei .Much is. he said "usually of mucn ..Her interest than minding :i | own In Court Ihe Officer first BMOtl LTandes ui court and the magistrata or judge asks him to report on the possibility of probation H he th.nks the prisoner worthy ot U^etmont other than prison or Borstal By the time the remand period i over the Officer, bj •.ung the prisoner at home, ha icarnt as much as he can about potential client Ih-obalion Ufllcera can help In so many nllercnt ways, by finding homcMOplO places to live, by irit. | i tewing employers or Labom I \r liange Omcials. by %  OCTlng lomoatta troubles and sometime* b> lending money U> equip a man i Itn the tools of his trade befort ho goes job-hunting. Burke retailed the th.rty-year-old nuin o:i i.r>*i*aUon who had been i louat) He had no relative me. work OT mone> an < bl| recause he also lacked %  %  t Helping Ul lading money for clothes, a plan %  i ik .,, d % %  11 il could maki frlaadi All there %  i .mil the man i %  i,ow finding for himself U -, %  net-led Such sell .especl. said Burke, was vital!, mportant and U it could b> mluccd to grow rxOOl evrn Superncial beginnings the deORel lid follow in its wnk< Frieud^ip He felt that befriending prisms probably more lmpor:.nil than either assisting idvising them, for many offend' p ho come to the courts are ulte friendless, a pitiable condition in vhlcta to bo. Many fnendshij. ormed i*>tweeii offwan and tl* charges during the ptobatmn pei Rera'arda, which seems • prove their strength and dur*Mlity In miiny cases such ;>v nil .i gap anii Olllcers difTers widely Most ot Ihem. Burke found, begai life as something quite dilferen'. Those he knew varied from merr BI amen to preteentona (oo balleis. The service began if Kngland m 1907 when I'olic '.*ourt iniNSlonar.es of that time became full time Probation Oili cers, but now recruits are tumm under Home Office tuition Some DO .i t*o-year course, others l.-r.v but all do a great deal of pra tl cal social work. A knowledge mental illness Is of lha help because If the Officer el recognise the possibility of ment disturbance he can arr.uu immediate treatment rather thai. arasta time on a caw which iunable to respond The ideal Pro Ualion Officer, said Burke, should have a deep Insight Into human fsilings. kindliness, authority, has had wisdom, friendliness, ami I SBS 1 Ileld Of discipline, plus several othM udeilnable qualities Such I pal idei \ q %  i lenl and nea i>opui and will make an epiagon did not exist but there wci demlMOClcal rodent and msec*, dozens of fine men and women rAirvej Of the Infected arm, The |n the courts todav whose work Lb rtUdy is the wan of the greatest value. "Doe Rafael Itangel. 4,132 the probation system, new as i l .,,,1. and the studv ls ,,,-hlev,worthwhile results' Ihe lluie.m „lt.,med the collar unll will psnd iioiu six to eigh. He said "1 think the answer cm oration of Commander J M weeks In thll endemic ares < onlv he -Yes. it does." f the l' s rfnvj Ven uiela A BRIGHTER LONGER LIFE %  • %  • DURALIFE AI'TO ii v i nuns ..ill. Ibnnllf &f .,,,......... niiitnst 1. \lt \l.l Whilepark Rd. ROBERT THOM LTD. Dial 4391 The Best STOVE to own is a FLORENCE OIL STOVE OMAN 'i",l ECONOMICAL Vou will be very pleased I with your new MM siovi: and City Garage Trading Co.. Ltd. VICTORIA ST. 4671 IT.CHINC INFLAMED SKI X : -f iiilti" itcfainr—OSBSSd by pSBSSI wi J( I th Man, irr-Jil% dSSS B SSI DUO UTMSUHJ %  rip.ci raid op*?n toen UAICM cbKkrJ 1 bmiin Ji at akiii t.'.'.crrti havr provr I'M dirt* m aixhinf mure um ta rctuJIi lhao ODD Pmcnpuoa. I'hii tamoui liquid hMki Jwi pawim* lb* lorrurrd .n IIIIUII. niivl tht lc(lerla(geimi nl dm-rouiUMHif'xiKin Whaitrcr form of wan iroubk ii ginof vou ptm sad dmreu ECZEMA, PSORIASIS, BOILS, 1-nrupTiONS, nuCKLT HEAT, MALARIA SORES or RINGWORM tun. %  few %  ppticatKwi of woadrtful DD.D. Preatnpuon will girt iQttant relief Penevcre. and nv food rcailu will b Unng D D.D. Prescription ii obtainable from cbtnuKa and atorei %  hnvfhMgJ F.g. Armstrong Ltd.. Oridgotow DDD ^PRESCRIPTION Th'-r." Is (01 tom Ill'JlifUl HUH ...naOl CUTEX Sparkling, nuJeleu, magic-wear CUTEX, brings your hands new admiration ... easy to apply %  • • dries faster, coo. The polish that wears longer — resists peeling and chipping . and comes in such brilliant shades. Food & Drink Tog ether IN A PERFECT COMBINATION The perfect combination All %  >. world Snows that Good stout Is a ** %  t Bidet All the mortd knows that O hSTS bten eaten Mnce Roman tlrr health etvlneXHI lue CUYEX their >v\ SOLD i We have perfected the combination ol these two in MANX OYSTER STOUT Il'l • %  .UllllM. l.ll, dijeslihlr ret richer intl irarlnui flavour Ifgfl i ..II foel It k dulne Ktiod een %  *uu dtlnfc. it. HIOD ASI> DRINK TtH.fTIIEK There's n o Saftrwore [wndable milk than KLlWI ALLEYNE. ARTHUR & Co.. Ltd ,INCE & Co.. Ltd.. S E (OLE & Co.. Ltd.. JOHNSON & HEDMAN, D. V. SCOTT & Co., Ltd F'EHKINS £ Co.. Ltd SAMUEL GIBBS. PITCHEK CONNELI. Co, Ltd r.lTTKNS rHONEY At Co, Ltd, J N. OODDAHL) & SONS, Ltd C D HOGERS. I A DANIEL C... G. A WEBSTER. i. j wnjJAM^ ^Aiucirr t Ltd.—Sol. Atmlh &f i he FINEST BICYCLE BUILT today V, S ~3 _jr*' law* <>•'C —% %  a fa-a psTaM \ JSV i^ 1 ii'-* SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS Hercules Lubrication is Important! For prompt and skilled lubrication drive -four Fordson vehicle in to us. We are your Fordson specialists, and do the tub thoroughly st low fixed prices. Let us slso tell you •Jl shout ihe Latest Thames Trucks with their big bodies, roomy all-steel cabs, semi-forward control, etc. You will be sa enthusiastic as we are about them. • • FordSOIV Vans *%ames7nKk8 CHARLES McENEARNEY & CO., LTD. IfiBk —



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••I NDAY. .11 IV It is,.. SUNDAY \nvoc.\Tr. PACE I nslii.. % %  <- m *• range of bridal %  I T imishMl pair gold, mnnviid bonay beige and %  taw "< the new the bride. sh..rt \ ,.||> Popular %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  %  -lit like i %  1 %  %  %  palm*, and fignre-i oi uutza back" %  %  %  CbMM Nylmi Kveninj; |>res> %  -11 nylon %  %  i|ghl nylon wovIn Ana • %  ii one %  %  'ing nylon fab* Ic La that woven for o> I mixture -.Mih a soft palV H Ini-H w % % %  "Ilurhe-.se DeCalu" Satins like to one hall-dress in j m on |u-e It I The Island That rightena Explorers %  ' trying t I %  %  i %  I %  .it oan ranaj %  %  %  \ ; | WWM ISfl Utah are freguenUv -e-nn.g %  % %  ii ,. • %  Mr \t(mp|s Failed I I triad to i .. ^ dead .i.oking thai their would at laei . irid let rw cam uw tumbling waleta. -i mad the • fused *o HiK \ Mutikcya ITS HIRE AGAIN/ %  mki m t Lou Uw DU | i. • oca luM with fullness falling from h bowa, &\ e sheath-like ski %  % %  ,,, length .. M %  %  i renlng gown rea I hi Miserabilisls H> II. M. >la,• I | known 'o the fenurart a, Pans), WednesI me cull Of CI ing that life J %  i An,i rot rail involva veering a uDJfonn m Kri. tbl cot U w-.ui pullover, preferably black, I tartan rroueeri and r the walai %  Tl Itv For mm there i^ ;i beard as thin .i, a Bollywood mou-tai**-. Iraebig the outline of %  jacket, n i II idrmln u*ousera rieM nl the cult Is play' %  tn-paul Saifn Hi I Wtaretf Uay bitMllgeni %  hook, harp n l< lie. lv on the unpleasant thing* of life with untold pessimism you could lio.l linn drink* %  : I %  Flora M '-' not* i !.< % %  ire within taw raid) of one ana ink region oi P It la known ai Bl tlirmaln lies lng roughly M.ir'iii-in-llie Held*. %  %  laces red%  %  %  %  i %  %  Europe %  ruH nowded. but antola i N nil American. In Thai CeOar ..ant to ee him OIL your Pai rap hi at .. %  >l before . lie wiT' | i an aban%  .-, in In' > %  | %  %  %  .| Bl *! %  i .. | voman iDed Baati V-ltfa him on the African trm The man who % THE SMART TYPES HAVE A UNIFORM OF THEIk OWN. . . i iilad Joatph Coama Typical title "fh* nol -i Ant III a Top Hat' Thai i IM* — Lfc.N. %  L*NO.IN -COiCITI.'. xoiifi.arir troUSEDTO^. DREAD He leaf fhe Pmlmt in his %  %  %  No wonder this man Koine io work, for ro I>ain In hin armn Lo ui them Yet to*dai tdan #er an t pleaaura.aatMUllalnhla latter "1 had t>eD uflrrir.^ fror-. rheumatlam very bad!, ud < -nch paina in mv arm* I knew bow to use them Th-n I was told to try Kru*< hei and after nalar one I found relief. So, of couraa. 1 have kebt oa with It. am B a jghly better and have never felt ao fit for yean l wmlaerabl* aad alnifiih. but now i' ie a plaaaare to work instead el a dread."-*aVhV Ths palaa aad -vffn of inwataal are aauatlv int KnaMhaw .'-a thakiJne?* %  nal organa to renular action ao tin' -i-aaa urtc acid la eipeilad ii -... rl -red. are tn led wlia rheu•> trial it from ... aad %  ut the dVwaa ki i awup n "l-awaea j mmM MKjfS. IWBila Oi.i/ II ...iii. .i %  ii Lnnuro! | %  I The Mi and Ml Al I the condc-etrii i Blondie i % %  > %  M %  % %  '1 S t ing and %  i Cruaoe %  %  bJa %  in 1 ar F Igar Bersen and i oarae Burnt and ? Iluck Finn and — (; ib-'it and ? Jack and ? Totaqr and ——? Ainos it' 1'ticahohlas and -—? ji hn Aldan and I .(%  MaCh i .um A ibOtl -r. %  l p III and JigK* aii.i CoriH'fl hiH-f ;m --*•••*• %  •-* f-mout d'f \\-<.t \ enatile yoo \r> *o< ~ ih romplcle |rdo"i al mev|>ai uraty % lake lay Claitoplait I latae 11ASTIC %  COHFOtlAlU VAM1Y Of Hilt m PLAYE-UP%  arki 'Playe-Up' range \s %  .pecia'l)' -le-.igned to start nrst-walfcgfa off with real confidence, and then to take them through all the # stages of toddierhood until the/ graduate to Oarks school shoes. They are soft. 1 -
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Title: The Barbados advocate
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Publication Date: Sunday, July 16, 1950
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polioa
unit* controlled Sta1
to be Jn-

paper Hi
,i i hi per cent,
Artillery > M i
tank gn
t
The report
German
plated n f>'> irr cent in-
ith on "air tech*
; up* and 10 per cent in
Marine P < I Pec M
i i
monthly police budget would rise
0 million east marks
150 millions.-Heiilcr
cim opera*
Mender Kctwmrceo
UC^ede, || will have to
oiii of -knder re-
' i 1950, In"

Uabii.uee
to 134,323
U CIM WO
u i piopo^ai thai

National
lent ('".:.
the draw-
i
>t Anduig iius m i
..-sets t,p (i,.-
I UniHH "the rirst alter-
I ni i felb
i.
Ins tor the National Mm
rk
& KOREA DID
NOT WANT WAR
WASHINGTON Jill
Korean Ambassador John Myun
Chans, denied here that South
,
her Communist north!
hour.
II" eraj replying to
Military AM Mtaatoa Chief In
Korea I n I v .
Americi had w
given South Korea heavy military
equipment Korean wei
mainly I I Soutl Koreans
v anted very much to attack
''.i :- .i
Chang siiiii the South 10 n
President Rhea had
pledged on his "sacred honour"
thai South Korea had never eon-
v-mplatci an attack on the North
Renter
Rathttta Of Profits Wanted
"Lex" ci.r.rludc*. Share -
ii< Mat of TtiaMU i < a taafl
dated whlrii i rodu iea 6l> per
ml 1 Hi- lolrnl .1 ..ulinit.
i>. v rll til li.ii -in.nl,I be
nrevk "d with an r.Unulf af
the rurrrnt prolils before
Kivinr 'he above on the
ckaaae "
\n "x'nmrdinary General
Meetttaf of Premier Company to
consider the proposals ha* been
celled for August 39
It In estimated that the output
Of the reorganised Premier will
be 400.000 barrel, per annum
vhich, say* the rinanrlal Time*
will be more than Hirer UmM
frealor than the Company'*
i>resen t prod ucti on.
"Victor) Is V
Question Of Tpw**"
WASHINGTON, July IS

Ban I Uml U !* ina United
Becrtrtarj State, Pean
Uxta) that he knee u>
, H.f'l.
I me'
orale and itamlna of our
Idee
-ob Govern-
x VI h 'i.-' n be! i
. ma Foreign Minister wrou to
that Korea was the place
the w orld o
II that despotic Comr
tlirn must be dedatvel
d Itruier.
At Portsmouth
PORTSMOUTH. JuT> 18
Adi i] of the Beet. Si
i non Willis. Commandr:
announced to-day there w*s no
i to suspect sabotage had
caused fire which set IT '.i-t
night's violent OKpfca
Uosport harbour
The Conunanda. -in-Chief made
mant ;.tii t h
tnvi itlgatlona on *h.- ^,>..i
trrte blaati which deatnyea
rval amntunltton barer.<*
II ;,: at the
; ,
11
'am .. artda area
The I DitMTNMjIh Conimanil^r-
,i rtate-
i nt ,'i' del ilta of i -
that m addtUea u
-, ,
.; i aaatroyed
houiei
rtrlcl and w ndo
ile area
'ii.. r;t caaualtlei neadad
tal treatment
tl are were
Irattj dvlllan i
M otter i-lvlltana
miurte* were caused b>
ohen v1.,
Pi rtMiioiith '< losed"
The police to-day dUBBad
hi the security blanket
aval !'] tjtmui.th Harbour, as
dock worker] returned tt> the
a .- loua
Men in barajaa lumped
' ij. .ittl'l slllp lilllg'.t
Bra and mushroom* of lenejka
i>ini! MM yards remind*
tutors of photographs of U* ,it..ti
ploalon.
The polite were .alle.1 to
; ifin -prcidmg *^ie
i-ordoncd
oir
a number of men on lha tint
ship to so up had a narrow eecapc
belorp it blew up with a tein.'lc
detonation. Subsequent blast-
wrecked the pin and, lore doWV
30 yards of the quayside ware-
houses. Four bis crane* crashed
in the water.
The cause of the Initial ex-
plosion is a mystery Renter
U.S. Forces
Marshal On
Paeifie Coast
RED FORCES SWEEP
ACROSS KIM RIVER
( !h11rrlii.1
Forecasts
Election
BRITAIN SHORTLY
a
i
n lin-
l


oni. n ai m-ii'ib. ctauiGb uc, >
WHAT'S WRONG WITH
THE CIS /\ KOREA?
SAN FRANCISCO. July 15.
The Paetl i coaal h i" eornlni
\i marahalllnsj point fet
k. rea Marlaae Ln
fatigue are noV " DOOI
at San Diego preparln
Victory ships are crawling ojt
ot -mothball" lor r.'. OCldil
Airlift u*ooa d ippUea i"
n ,..,,.!. mon
Pan American A I a
.. i ,
charter planes to Milit:n> Ait
Trarteport Bereice hiu n* ilk l
.\ 1 in ofl o Jenuarj i j
At Hrcmcrton. Wusnington, Ihej
ii.i .
week to hasten the
| eirilMtkm "f IT.700 ton i
Essex.'
conditlonbit ol
ship.*'
j pilots.
Transport Federation
Supports Argentine
Dockers Strike
"IStavk togs" On Boycotted Slip
LONDON, July 15.
The raiuporl
worke that in aupporl
Ai ...

' Ii
"Our Troops Ire
Doing Dam n M ell'
I ruled Btetea
IP
.K .
mil til
... San Francisco th'
By WALTER SIMMONS, "Chienfo Tribone* Corr|Kmdenl) '
WITH THE UNITKI) STATES FORCES. ;' ^Jg
[EA July 13 ton cargo veeaeb
ii, : red bj the United States Eighth Arm;
here, aJthough not serious have convinced men} obeervers----------------_---------------
wrong with peacetime training nv
Supposedly Intensive training has been progressing In
Japan for more than a year, v.- b lopa went ini
and panicky They still cannot tell the difference be-
my and friendly artillery fire Discipline is poor.
*' To observers who have folfowee
frontline lighting from the begui-
ling, these youngsters, quick 10
run and eager for sympathy, are
upletiOy rlifTcrenl from slogging
Boi and World War
Isi i week**
n UM 4.S0O'
Ini ton from
\>ith wk')\ ihal ni' treepi
are defng darsui sreO "
' r \i tl tim. \v
out all rltlii lit. %
The retail i
i f aUfl i roll
irel ii > n x ,
v r Farce tnd 0* >rt I,
I \>t. n
ta saqsti lad
P s.ii.nl Ittiin un'i .1
lea en h-t I., de ah*nrt
m hihMii- \mrtii IBS
lb.- |ra Omerele \->*
mid.- a mar jmh i..m a..
.....r "' " Ki n t.....-
I front Kruter


black legs and
. i.i
agent
i
it added U ai
* .
i



virtual
' 11..ii
Although (;.-
more

'i our n.iti.inal rcsoureag
Ihoul
a m adding to
ever)
;oi 'i i -
("0MMUNIST tallki uul inianlty. ifUM ng
terOM the strategic Kom Rivet
points, were today battling Aercelj
rouutl the outiiumben
provisional capital of war torn South Korea.
Bridgeheads seized by North K
d .u three points ina wide av i thn tti Din
from the northwest, north and west.
(.cm tul Mm \rllinis latest inn.....umiiir vd
Ii.m.I i.iptureil b> Northerners ,.n lha earth '
ri*er "'reiiiiiineil inlacl .les|ii|,< hc.i\ \ kaWea*1 freajB In
Kimlirc ami aerial slnifiiii;.

!
ntil
ii . tn
'
...
more recognises the
Federation of maritiin"
an.. Allied Trad. Unions


-
Of
(
1
I I i In
Fnm|ie
The Brake



h
tei last

John st, i

1
..re in tins mattei In TV
- ow t.. me < 'ommunisi world
tared


i

'
d
Mortal I'oril
**\ anravae aaara aarl
"" '"lb-..... impend, ai kaa
beeun Hut b.it.ver ba>p
..... Korea .^ aal| part
and aaaall pan ..t the ure*-
>ur.- under wlilrh ur trer
< ilasattoei llea mi whirh ii
must race "i aortal.
< hurrhill ,ild, '| ,r ||ijI
ti i.ii Dctraalla daelared .1
< t. ,i 1 in..p.
...... l^1 peril I have
1 1. ilaagread uith OeastraJ
Or, .mile, hut 1 oaaaaf fael
h it lib.I In t. ... 1 ,t Oils
DEMOCRACY
1 ihc eateal 11 Um BH
1. mea 1- no aaaaai ra-1
\ltlt Ml \M I IM III \
"Admit
Red Peking
7o CdunciP9
URGES NEHRU
LONT> 1
. tar of I
1 .
1
, . !


(Op I."
pen Brltl
ii* .ten:

1 \ ,
. : .
tng Australian I'tim-


I 1 o.l- ri .i, lilenl on Ihc 1 b)i 1
1 nl Ihc mi ,m,i, ..[,-(
plj to 11 Dmmunii itlon
lo Ni
BdUan Ooei
1 ... .

(' K K.
Idli 1 h 1 if 11
. Attlei
him durti
nt

'' 1

1

1 .,
Govei nrnent
;....." 1
... 1
Delhi iinii..,; ,,.
mani brouahl out
Nehru la in
tut with Attic- RfHlrr
*
Church Urged To
Support State
BUDAPEST, July 15.
Thirty-five Romai
..,, .,11 dergy-
Catbolk
Church support
a "linal ...
Chun 1.
.
. .
Hungari -.
]__ to "recon-
tl
Keiiler
US LOANS
%120.000.000 TO CUBA
Pi

today th;
States ha
loan to I
Onl> 145.001

of this 1
from the
Export and Ini
Bank.
Onicrrs Wurar
Junior officer* are worse than
Bof ' IttUUL theyj
around officers' clubs in Japan, 1
have Infected OJ.'g with fear in-
stead of providing strong leader-
ship at platoon and compam
level
lease have lieen relieved for
...uii.li.. under (Ire The lnsle
desire of ininv I* to so lurk In
Jipan *s aaaa aj possible.
failure at thla level has put
.rushing retpon-tbillty on ret-
1111 nt il ii.il l> miI um eommind
am one eelaaal, 1 .im and
confident leader observed. "I
mas miIIi ilh one of my battalions
i "The boy* et p*r/ k BBlaH I
1 itm there"
I nad l>ee!i kille.l
a few days before WftUk
them tank
I with a barooka The
lor is moslna and believed
i.T.w.r.
it. prlsala
had

All Oui.-i In
Vugosluviu
Profewor Of
Music Exiled
From Vienna
VUNH I
Di PHi
r. r

pBrl L
The Party
Of ]
.
lion m Y11
ta
II,. de.
July n
,

It' Btl 0
p.^louasyl
insl ves-


ol Marl!
1 n r


I
,,v" (5.382
1
In
rVa are 1
hte 1......
I I II
peril si ii.
I leaat 1
' mil il< ,p 1, hi
nel heiv.Mii aa and tin an
Ii ippl oiitinrnt
"We .1" ael an adaal nui
f rfvaoa will be 1 Ml ,,mi
Milh 11.in -t Ml n. sin, ., 1h.1l
vie- .1..UI Hi.
l-lv
fl



...
1 revenl

proa 1 ng hl|
caaaary. A brohei
an Tra la
;
. <;. 1 -

KeUler.
arerld tmi........ awa heeJlaa
um bonam reatlnd nv often
' "" ".!.,.. | I |H ,,.,
irarii rrars ago
' 1 I do mil rnr-n that
i.
tut 1 1
04
that
Avoid 1 Cold War'
w.



I


Annther'eolnnel had been kill. BBRUN July 16
i.g la quiet in ^ugo-
;lavla. a We>T
i> I' A said today m i.
Senior Ofllcer'fc Yug-.-:
ttry Mission who arrived here
Ni.Mli.tn. rs loii.h yugo.
S<.me are Japane^- arm\ vet
Thousands ha^- ,.en w,n
n-*upemsed tramiM .,,., (wo yW,
roads wah
pnd the development ol
ture and touri-m haw- net been cenUn-l Our country ha. the most '
in a radio ued American bombarding. straf-ir,, Balkans place
w/mld aup- Ing. and artillery fire This Is one more reason why w South M
The North Koreani. ohviouslt are looking forward with calm- T-irtones: I
aaaa rrssat rontldenr- in their : *** u, any future davclt-pmer.t,' ,Mi" '-
Mil llll BaSll 'vidak.

ay be building uj
going to
.hlch


Indonesian Troops
Land On Bum

Id-public
"I still hope that tin
now being aatabaaahed
i|rni.r.iri'.
Allantlc poweri wilt wi
from us the terrors and i
..f th<- TMrd World W'.t
unity
among
nd the
:cording I
hroa-. thai
ply Arm
roduct
of a war Renter
On,
1
^Bcera aililai laagaai.
Strikes Warn
Against king
Leopold** Return
.



Lieaje,


l-mon
' i


lay Theirjinas*
M'maj id w..r
eager -Renter
.hi,.
. ..
1
nn

.
aa how I




lanl

bulge
-
rtvei to rv noeti

But ha

i B
ti i In > rSauotura


I
in- Ami
nutti i aa the Northi

roun i then ti.ink

Sweep I..
i. ,
1 itvuttoo furthei
the main lighting
inti Tai.....
, ,ni, K
Mill rUrtbej
. ; i '
from Choni north ol
... ! I

down "ii the ^<


ummunlst toceee
trel froni
,. i .
portent road and rail
Knirichon 45 miles BDUtl
1
I
i t I.
i-.ii. -i. i . pp]> pori
S.liiaiion Fluid
'
i in Tokyi whlli
iew "iniiiniii it th
-.1 aetback for bettlewearlad
11.......-'I lhal

t ..iniinii.iiii.i

-
i' .tic and 'i I
I




Kim
Withdrawals I Uv
K'ih.ii- iii the

On ar Ik

' I
.,..- which
"

I
P A \ II I.
I 'ape Province.
\A
?
PAARL, i.
cattei iu hip si
and Interaatlng mill dom-
ml and apectai
dei Ive .' i nanv
PAAsXL lathi
lutkm, the Co-opei ittve Wine Gro
il Sooth Africa (Thi K W V.) that
lytv by th. pi
inlaed Institution ha
ol Caps Wines *> Britain and i '

ini
lha dl v
1

I
tal
* .
in the

kuv BAUVIONONBI \N' K.W.^ SHERRY 1
K W V KIMItl ItU:* t 11 It SHI ItKV
K \\ \ Ml HUM mim \ui
K.W.V. PAARL TAWNY SUPERIOR
XXZT


PACE !<>
SUNDAY ADVIKATK
SUNDAV, JIIV K. MM
|*(-4\J[A\ V4W4T .MB MONOA* A . PI
WARNM. I SKI IU..H AmoN SUfTAil .
FIGHTER SQUADRON
I. AIL TV (The Cardan) ST. JAMES
DUST BE MY DESTINY
0H.00HE
TON1TE .UO AND CONTINt'lXO 5.U0 8 30
"MALAYA

Spencer
TRACY
l
CORTESA
SPECIAL BRITISH NEWSIUM
Sre mWT JOE WALCOTT Iti action
SPECIAL AMERICAN NEWSKEEL
See cnindmoll.fr suimmlm Ihr Enli*b Channel
VOCAM. TALENT At BIT ION THIS MORNINO 9 111 OCLOCK
Housewives*
Guide
PRICES for Pines and
libers in the local mar-
Lmd the "Advocate"
checked yesterday were :
Pines: 24 rent*. 36 cent*
.nil IS .rill.
i 'umi'iiv : 6 iri.iv per
lb.
HIPTIHE
RELIEF
Ifv* ('mini Inilai.l rli(f tiT <-ai.ii
pi...i.> Air I'aakiaa Apallaaia.
Filled with real Inflaiablr Hr^wbJni
llalit. Uiong and ea.ilj waihet). It hoi.
in* hernia viu. jch vm.r flrmrra* im
WOMB ii..*. Have increaied ehanraa
iVtaVSMaag
rut rull deuula and Frr* Hooklat mi
IlllV.l.n 'i LTD., Ilepl. IHII
1 0rt Itnal London. W 1, anglnnd
'in DH
* lovelv l
was openci Ic

.
pacts to v i
parts of the count
ling here in about i-
Flowers Tor London .,
THE II -
Trim i.i _
thf
I
on July UHJ
i .


,
. : i .-. I \
i .
On Short Visit
MR JOHN' ST FLUX DASH,
' .
of M i

mm "I'm. d id i B W I A. on a
: :
St. John's Parish
POPPY DANCE
;il Ihe
CRMi: HOTEL CASINO
..XE.XT SATIHUAY Mi.III
./I'M 2'Jnil
Admission sum including supper
I.IMIIM
WIH INDIAN
IliSUIIIillS
H*e The
Domini
linpanr
II in.!, r .11-
Brtdtr A Trafalgar MNaal
QaMb QaUwq
Enjoyed Visit
\1
has

i
boen holidaying in Barbadoi
Mrs. A G H
'avihon'. Hustings, has th 11 Um firs'
I
! .' A (or Tnni-

At Last!
II
Mm i nioduce-
through Gaimborough Meturea
Limed off

err beginning to won-
ivbieh was used
! i in.:..; Ihl pfetun (and
r M i.tier basin of the
Careenage) would have rotted and
sunk be-: i n got to
It seor-s thai l > .
.- viiii h i
AMONG the passengers intransit for Trinidad yesierdav
morning by T.C A. from Canada was Mr. Courtena.v IliU-hins
.Editor of the "Trinidad Guardian" He was returning from
the Imperial Press Conference recently held In Canada and
wBiich Hon. V. C Gale. ML C Managing Director of the
Advocate Co.. Ltd.. also attended
>%'
miwis
try van at
THESE I'IIII is
Flush Switches ,8*0 eiuh
Tumbler Switches ofic ..
Through Switch ?>'le
l^umpholdent 22c ..
Ceiling Ruses 22c ..
Connecting Boxen .I4e
Klerlric Iron PIiigs n9e
Wood Blocks
Me., 49-.. :!.. & We ..
I n-.i'i.ii hi Tupe
(Roll) 52e ..
: also :
1 CONNOR WASHING
M \ I III M $220.IHI
PLAiYTA TiOJVS LTD.
HOI 'ALL (Worthing.)
LhI t Shows TO-IIAV
I 30 30
TIH EATAL WITNESS"
"DAKOTA*
Monday 5
I si In*! Republic Serial .
Till- PI Ri'LE MONSTEB
strikes-
Starring
n MOOHB
Undl STERLING
Roy BANCROFT
Tuenday S V ft-M
UMPIRE
TO -DAI 4 45 8.45
.111) < .... 1 HI 11, -
20th Century Fox Present-
John GAKFllI.I)
Mirhelinc PRELI.E
In
' tNIlER MV SKIS
with
Luther ALDER
Orlcy LlNDGKEN
Extra: 1 R*l Short
"THE BATTLE FOR
KOREA"
BOXY
TO-DAV 4.45 A. ft.ll
Monday 4 45 At Ml
i ,i. ..i . 4.45 Only
Ron Rciiiltl
Dt-vera Ituiton
In
-OM4H) OMOO'
AND
rillNATOWN AT
-MIIINIiaiT"
wltb
KURD 1IATF1EI.D
JEANX WILLES
oivnnr
To-Day 110 & 3
United Artists llig lhubl'
"DEADLY IS THE
FEMALE
AND
"THE (ROOKED WAY"
Mon & Tuiss. 4.3 *V
I'liiU-d Artist Double
SINISTER. JOIIENE1
MAGNIFICENT
COLD DANISH
BUFFET SUPPER
SERVED
SUNDAY NIGHT
Well Known Cameraman
And Wife Here
M"
Intransit
NTRANSIT to h
day morning by T C A were
Mrs DICK BIRD. Mr and Mrs. Courtr.ay Hlteh-
rrived from Trinidad on *"" Mr Hitthin. i~ tin- Bdltoi
Thursday. Mr Bird is takinj, pic- "( tin- Trinidad Guardian
tures here, bolh still and movie for - m Canada for the i
".C.A. He was up at Seawall Imperial Praei O
veaterday morning .shooting g few Also intransit for Trinidad from
scenes. Unfortunately, however, it Cai rdej morning was
rainy, durlnf ihe time Mr- Patrlojlt Laurie. Cfulbb**
r rom
; to II oil'tcU
>JZ
MARINE
AU ROOM
"-.....:::z
9 Pfcstaa 35J3
ASIATIC I'M^II II^KNii (Members Only)
in "IHE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE"
in "THE GREAT LIE"
that the T.C.A. *pl
The Birds are quite famous
Ihe motion picture world Dtcfc
probably one of the moat fame...
cameramen in the North Amen- "ifclit lnvt y.,n He vsill be in
can continent, and the story of bil the Wcl Indies until August "th
ike jn attventui
For forty years he has been
making motion pictures all over
the rarld. eovaHBg ail kinds of
stories. He now ha* ., great
reputation as a phfltOffaphOf 01
wild hfc in ted before hi,
[I lo Trinidad, he spent
about three and a half months In
the Lnterioi <>t British Gul......
taking pictures, gathering materi-
al for th.- American lecture tow
be and his wife will do ihi-
nter.
Happy is the Bride
I riHAS' cilt'RCH was
3 beauUfuliy aecoted yeeter-
daj afternoon, with white Queen
i' Flowers. Oleanders. Corallta
ad ferns, making an nuraci.v,-
^ting for the marriage of Mm
dauftbter of Mrs
M.norie Hayncs of Or.
I > .sting*. to Mr Walter
Cllve Simmonds. son ol
Mr and Mm. W A Simmonds oi
Meadow Bank. New Galloway.
Scotland
The Bride, given in marriage by
Ml Victor Marson. was axquisit.
lolled gown of very old
rUn Her head-
iress ol seed pearls was kept in
., beautiful veil of old
lace and she ear-
ned a LwojBel of orchids and
The Maid of Hoi i u '<
Bride's eousm ,Miss Gloria Clarett
3l Toronto. Canada and the brides-
, ie the Misses Dorothy
Oooding and Pauline Fitzgerald
MOSS in Elizabethan
sold taffeta with lace
vokes and sleeves, Tudor head-
dre-ses and each carried fur muffs,
with dark red flamboy-
ants.
The duties of Bestman. fell to
Mr Tom McGee of New York
City, whilst Messrs. Campbell
Oreenidfe, Tedd> ?<>"'. S c
AiiiuHiisil and Allan Trotter ably
assisted in the capacity of grooms-
men and ushers.
The reception was held in the
Xanadu of the Ocean View Hotel.
srtetch had l>een elaborately decor-
ated for the occasion by Mrs.
Ralph Laffan The Bride's cake
was a masterpiece in the arl ol
icing, done by Mrs. Mane Benson
in British Guiana.
The honeymoon is being spent
at "Old Trees" on thf St James
(-...i-i
Mi and Mr*. Simmonds will be
leaving next month for England,
where Mr. Simmonds Is a lecturer
in Chemical Engineering at Dur-
nd ham University.
'"' Returning This Afternoon
DUE to return to Trinidad this
afternoon by b.w.i.a.. after
spending a lew weeks' holiday In
.-teprvsent.uive of T.CJL He was Sad(S Ml^ fejffl.
one of Sm live, .( **"" Part of h.holiday
T.C.A. to come to Barbados in
preparation fur their inaugural
The Birds leave here on Satur-
day by T (* A for Canada, to
return to their home in Regina.
Saskatchewan TfeM are |uagtl it
.the Ocean View Hotel.
Married Yesterday
YESTERDAY afternoon at 4
o'clock at St. Michael's Cathe-
dral, Miss Pat Fenty. daughter of
Mi K G. Fenty of Beauvoir.
Uaiell*s Road was married to
Ml Walter Hudson son of Mr "VflSS DAPHNE HUGGINS.
and Mr.- r. W. Hudson of Porl yl ,..>,, .. i.
'X^HE
^rSffiatfs-5 teuvsrte
di
head-th
of Lustre Satin, with ;>
Uee and satin.
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GLOBE
STARTING FRJDA1 JULY 21st.
r,.c,l ..iii, li'i.s..(il.o IH> Met Daughter in Trinidad
i. -"iuet was of white gcr- . i,ri,'imw u-Aon ^
berai with Hl.es of the valley M" "^ ,I1I,N JARD. -
MISS Joan King was. the Brides- lJ* "'mod from Trinidad on Fn-
... She WOri a dress of gold georgette and carried a bouquet ^f-1.a,^,n,,,;".l."'^ 'v 'Is yV."n*
Of I'liiacns daisies The
rnons was performed by the Rev
Hinds; Mr. "Dinky" Alkins wa.
ihe Bestman ln R**"**"
Th- reception was held at the Holidays,
of the Bride's adopted
*h Mrs. C. God-
dard In the Garrison and the rest
with relatives in Si. James.
With Barclay's Bank
HERE to spend two weeks holi-
day with her mother at
Hill St Jan St, is Miss
alia Scott, who is with Barclays
hank in Port-of-Spa in. Leila ar-
i ived from Trinidad yesterday
rnornlni by nwi.A
Mentions The Skipper's
Wife
IE LondODar'a Diary which
feature of the "Evening
Standard'" mentions Mrs. John
oddard's arrival in England in
nun July 1st edition.
John went nut by tender to
retain Goddard who arrived in
England by the Golfiio.
It look them three minutes to
pass through the Customs and they
then drove to his hotel, where he
was told Gomez was deputising
fur him and had won Jhe loss.
John was relieved He was batting
eighth man. "If wc had lost the
togs," he said, "and Hampshire
had betted, we shoukLfcave fielded
ten men until I arrived "
For a Couple of Months
R HANS FH1SCI1 Manager
uddard's Restaurant left
Barbados yeslerday morning by
TC A. to spend a couple of months
holiday in Canada, visiting friends
in Montrcnl. Victoria. B.C. and
several e'ber parts of the coun-
MR HA1
of Goc
Uarents. Mr and Mrs. Charles
ICheeseman of "CltesiMte". Lands-
.end and the honeymoon is being
'ipent at the Crone.
Local Weather Man
Hopes to Return
Soon Again
II Heather. who'"hVen M1" YV at school ,n the U S He. father ^Toronto who came to Barha-
w;; met her in Irlrddad UK) she is l^* f," **? ^^ks aiul re.n.oned
here for three months, returned to
Canada yesterday by T.C.A. She
was staying with Mrs L. Weat>-
erhead of "Shot Hall Cottage",
Hay Street She hopes to return
... for another hoUdii
SEARLE
the Sumrr
v>vw>v>e*oo*<*o*90e* -,
dt'A
Oouoaiwn
l^- Jim*!!
-M si Till: TIME
FOII KENT AND
RELAXATI9N
PIDGEON BARRYMORE
P*&* 2a*u
LAWFORD LEIGH
OktaetOa
LANSBURY
^ LOUIS CALHERN
|,\ FWANflS L. SULLIVAN
aaffaBf
I The stoiy
[of Maria
land Ihosc
I who r.r>:'
I her best!
MR. and Mrs Evclyr. BM0I
and son Harold were among
the passengers leaving for Con-
nda yesterday by T.C.A. They
expect to be in Montreal for six
weeks.
Besides being Manager Secre-
tary of Three I! i
Philip. Mi Recc is
Weather Forecaster.
eneratloni now, the R e e c
lamily have been intcrcsled in
the study ol the weather, and for \/l
Mr. Recce it is a most absorb- ^**
With U.S. Military
Mission in Caracas
LT COL. NOEL ELLIS. U.S.
Army, who is with the U.S.
Military Mission in Caracas re-
turned to Vdnczdcla yesterday
i i itw i a aftei .. week's holi-
".iv it. Barbados staving at the
i i i lub
Born in Illinois he has been
in the Army for thirteen years
and has been In Caracas for a
an iwo yours.
His wit.- and two children who
. accompanied him t>> Barbados
> our loiai havo remain,^ ,, lor n \onCT
'> holiday,
Met in Winnipeg
and Mrs Ronald Jessop
ad from Canada
.ng hobby. yesterday morning by T.C.A
Was it coincidence. Ihat yes- will be In Barbados for fifteen
lerday morning shortly before days Staying with Dr and Mrs
they left. Seawell had one of the A A. Gibbon.- at Folk-
-harpe-t an t iu-hvi.-s! ...inf. ;i S' ' Mi .1- ;-; a Ua.iie
for many months The rain was IVchrveiae In Montn Bl They
, il ad by lightning and met the Gibbons' a (Sm
bunder ago m Winnipeg.
With Radio Distribution Left Yesterday
. A FTEH two weeks holiday in
GERALD l.dMER who a ^V Barbados, staving with Canon
ith Radio Distribution Ltd and Mrs. P D W. Moore of the
eft r.-i c. '....I.i yesterda morning iutvis, si Joni Ilia Bettj M
I by T.C.A. accompanied by his Knight retn.......da ves-
I inolhci Mrs Iximer is returning lerday morning by T.C.A.
I to Canada to live. He will be re- She li a nurse atlncheri to the
I turning shortly Montreal General Hospital
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SINDAV. Jl I V li.. lMl.
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
i'\i.i nun i
Old Prints In
New Gallery
\t I In t mi in.a
* 1tataA with Hastings In
lithographs, the distance' is enchanting.
THE Exhibition of old
thographs,'he distance" is enchanting
1 }.',. .; ,.)t 1S tne plty lh our #n_
larked the forcsighi tu
" v Ihl* coaal road without
will be on view until tne cot* r | and the i m
<>rth onlj It in a uoiq, '* appeiui in this punt. The
ol Carlisle Bay from Rlc-
graphs specially loaned for &*** Battery by W. J. Lord is a
(Hx-ation from tru- rollection* of'!'' print M are.it interest.
Boa. J D. Chandler. M.L.C Several excellent views pres-
Mr. & Mrs J W ci I Grenada, views of St Kilts.
Edward Cunard. Bart Victor Lucia and St Vincent are the
Marson Esq.. and E M Shil-wotk ex) Lieut. J. H. Caddy ol
stone, Ex, M I I ! ;i Bopal Artillery, who during
cranpkrta exhibition ,,r West Indian the 10 years he wu in the West
prints and lit!.. .:.,! j number of views
exhibiUon of that kut quire a nailery far ! ttoatd There are two fay
the Museum'? It doe | IKuninica with figures
"utiUm some 50 examples, most- A Negroes Dance" and a Cud-
ly In colour. Ing Match between English
number on whieh to bast l inch Negroes".
Gardening Hints
For Amateurs The F/^ "' f
w ^e The Air Force
By C. B.
W'.l.r-lili.s
--.* are three ways of plant-
ing Wiitcr-Uliea In a Ulv-pool
in trie first method till a wooden
b- x. a large pot. or a close woven
basket with a good mixture ..(
s.11 and dry manure Plant the
Lily firmly into this, finally cov-
ering the top of the soil with an
run layer of clear sand. The
and is used to prevent the soil
Moating of! and muddvmu tin-
water.
When this has been done, lower
the box gently into the water-
rilled pool, into whatever position
you want it. making (ure that
the water (in the rase of small
Lilies) is at least six inches above
the and. and. In the case of th?
large Lilies the water should be
two feet above. From this It will
be seen that it is better In have
the box. pet or basket wide and
shallow, rather than tall and
deep.
This method has several advan-
tages over any other way. Firstly
the water keeps clear between the
groups of LUiea. and secondly It
M possible at any time to change
the position of the Lilies by shift-
log the position of the box. or to
lift the box right oul of the water
to trim the lilies, without
ting the whole pool
It is posiible that this film will
have a wider appeal than the
other* Firstly, it is in Technn-elor.
and secondly, it is directed In a
lighter vein, with the result that,
though fundamentally it ha. a
entertainment
. Ill
.ii''.
upset-
TRAFALGAR SQUARE. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS.
Drawn from Baton and one BtOM by Lieut. J. M. Carter. 1835
..pinion thai Um I
we* m* vary fortunate
In tiieii vtaw-makan nd
chroniclers. The earliest print ,-
dated 1762, and the latatt 18.SJ
Antlgu.: i .ted by
''Sunday-Market'', a colourful
eana of troplcul life, and by
"Mill Yard on Gentleman's Es-
tate", which is cont.ui
book of "T' :. \'
of Antieua" by William Clarke.
1823. ThU
of the el <
in Barbados, with rancs being
fed Into n bj wlnfl
power.
! I .ne many print- Ol Bai
bados including two af
vannah. Needham's Point ami
the Harblxir. and, Si
Church by w H Fret
Lieut J M Carl
of the I ill 'i'i' thai
Hve today as it
was in 183i. Then. Nelson stood
in a cobbled iquare, in
The views *if Guadeloupe and
MarUnlqua are by British hands
not Ranch These were produced,
llniish occupied Mar-
UnUnia ilunng the French wars.
The view of Fort George, Tobago,
recalls the capture of that Island
on 15th April, 1793. For, It was
Of) this spot thnt British troops
under the eommand of Major
General Culver halted the night
before the island's surrender.
There ll also a delightful book
nl View* of Trinidad by M J.
pUbllshad in 1853, of
which the plnte on show is of
bamboo groves.
Ango^tlnn Rrttnia* made some
11 with figures of which
the Colourtrui is entrancing. Per-
haps the most attractive is of the
Market at St. Domingo. It
la worth visiting this exhibition
if only to see the work of Brun-
Britain builds
ABP.ITISH version of th-
A.iuTlran Jeep has been
designed by the Ministry Of
-Supply lor the Services. First
models have br-en built by
Nulli'-ld Mechnnlaatlo
l
\ foui-
son
KM
sen i
nee.
The second method of planting
Water- LIHes is by forming beds
on the bottom of the pool, before
it is filled. This is done by placing
some large stones in a circle ana
filling within them with soil and
manure as described before.
Plant the UHes very firmly In this
bed. topping the soil with the
inch layer of sand After planting
the Lilies in this way All the pooi
with water, directing the flow
between the groups of plants, SO
that the force of water will not
uproot them.
The third method, and perhaps
the easiest is, before the pool Is
filled, to cover the entire bottom
of the pool with sell, to a depth
of about three Inches. Plant the
Lilies directly into this, and as
the whole area cannot easily be
covered with sand. It is as well
to place a few large stones over
the Lily roots to keep them In
place, and to prevent them from
floating up when the pool is full.
Fill the pool carefully, direetlns;
the flow of the water In between
the groups of lilies There Is no
doubt that when this third
method is followed the Lilies
thrive better, and spread much
more rapidly than in the other
two ways, but, the pool never
looks as clear, ne'er Is it as easy
to control the Lilies, or to clean
nut the pool when lhat time
comas.
No Lily-pool is complete with-
out fish, but do not make the mis-
take of overstocking it For th.>
small pool, Cubbies (Millions)
and the little tropical fresh water
fish are best suited Some of
these fish are quite beautiful, ami
in a shady pool with well estab-
lished Lilies they will breed and
increase. For the larger pools
Gold-fish answer well.
DURING the aftermath m war, Ainu
activities of the different Ml 'ten are uatiall) tun
In pretty-quick order. Sonic in jjood. and the i ng MhB
have had here recently, have been amongst the best; "Com-
mand Decision" a Aim about the American Army Twrlve
O'Clock High" -- a Story of timber Commam'. 01
'FIGHTER SQUADRON" which li playing al tl..
Theatre (Oistms) and lolls the glory ol . group ol atalti
lean tighter pilots stationed in England
.. the boras b
tei Hoinlsrhaalng, and .tin i
minor vi.1.
Prix at Auleuil. Juki abou*.
thi.s tune, the jot ki
strasght. m sjvsjb 1.1- youm son
tome of his
!' actions, but he reck-
oni artthoul the* trio of thugs who
nave followed bun. Cornered i >
t em, he refuses to lose I
iiiKl the following day -after one
lbs m-st exciting ataapasch
I iiavc ever seen, h.- romes hmne
im vrinnei
There is plenty of m I
(dfiniuiig to eny^ and the din
tor Jean Negulesco. who koaii
thms% going at u fast pun> i |i
be highly eonuneadad John t;.ir
fwld, as the jockey. dof> .
wiii-rounded psaoa ol wveh
Tbugh. hard-boiled., and tend'.-r
towards hut son, and ..
milted "IO0 heal." It li Imp
i i t" fa i sympathy for
Mm Micheliiu- Pi. 11. ., char i
r Parisian ehanteuae
than usual Rood looks u
: applies the romantic InWfl
well as concern for the |orkt vN I
motheHest on Orley Lindnren
.1- the boy i- i am .sin.i :.. saj
completely l-ukins In U
precocity thai i .m often eeu In
youasntort on the seraan He M
natunuand annnallni and deepl|
nia love f"i in- fathi i
Authentic European i a
contribute greatly to um
phere ol this film nnd ihc r>ench
lopular son,;-, sung by Mi) I'
are eaptivatinn and p.....
\lon| with "t'nder My Skin" ll
an excellent Myjih of Tin B
"tinnee to Lite"dspleUni D
(., rt Repul.lli- in Italy, which W*l
' N-d h\ the Atnenraii Ol.'i in
thai country lo help boys who I
lot eeiTuilni and everyone in
the war. and were In danger ol
be* riiniK if they had n
I me, juvi-niie delinquent : I.
*ni. niid affcai ..ii the pan of ln<
'. i ii being continued tod ij
"ii the help of a reUgun
and .m> boy who goei men*
and Ihey all so voluntarily
hai the ohance of becoming n
usi .i well-ad lasted ritlteit it
is i nne documentary and ma
Iha* ihould he widely tlmwn
THE CHARGE OF Till:
LIGHT BRIGAD8
S'lnr weeks beep* I save
short rev|w t Mils film. It has
n tuiiii .i SI ,' i mi.v pluvlni' ll
A t i i pd I wfl) I
Just like i1 . nf you
who haven't < i it that It Is an
outstanding '--mi-historical film.
drari ' ally depleting one of lit*
rreatesl miiit.ii dlsuten in the
mate has an excellent east header' "
Fm nyrtn, Olivia da m '
ami Mljtel BniCfl V\ M U
men' "f .< highly .Trlinu.Mr on'-r
There II no definite plot to
'Fishier StiMadron' mid the action
IS made up of the day to day
aclivitus f the squadronUm
personal reactions and feelings ol
the mentheir miv/)iis over Eu-
lope and the part flayed by the
lighters in the ilu.al great D-Day
invaaoon. There Is pient] of
humour running through the Hint,
and the antics of the sergeant
with his buck cats and his
women-trouble, arc amusing
Kdmond O'Brien. John Rodne*.
Robert Stack and Tom !>'Andrea
are the featured players. None
of them is a famous" stai, but
each one plays his role r.rfertl.v,
naturally, jnd sincere Ij,. Which
probably accounts for the fueling
that they arc just plain soldier.-
nd for the balance maintained
throughout the film. It Is difficult
to say that one ia better than the
others. Liu-h characterlratlon in
completely different and each one
well dclbicd.
Worthy of special mention are
the uthcnUc picture-, taken in
Technicolor during the lust war,
of the bombing and strafing of
the northern Kuropean coast. The
editing of these films is good, nu-l
they are skilfully used In such a
way that perfecl continuity ll
maintained with the teflon
The music, which Is in the
capable hands of Max St. i
moat effective, and contribul-.'S
greatly lo the atmosphere
throughout the Him
"i'MDBR MV SKIN'
The Empire Theatre IS now
.showing ''t'nder My Skin'", a lllm
based on a short story by Brnaat
Hemingway called 'My Old Man "
I enjoyed the lilm_]jioro"gIlly. ami
I can't for the life of me. see why
It was necessarv to change th
title to one that appears lo have
no bearing on the story
It Is the tale nf n crooked
American jockey who has been
warned off the big uee tracks In
the U.S. ns well a* a fair percen-
tage of those in Europe, and his
young son. in whose eVet bg l "
treat man. Commencing In Italy,
tho jockey Is forced to leave Ihnt
country when three Inlernatlonnl
horse players, with whom he has
i rnsseii up Ins contract, catch up
with him From there the action
iPOVes to France, and we find him
trying to ge* mounts for some of
the Fiench races, but his reputa-
tion Jus preceded him. and the
only hor-e ne can get is one no
one will ride and lo whom straight
taclng is anathema On his son's
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ru.i Mid;
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
si MDAY. JULY 1C, 130
then

thud Test Match against England Hi
Thimdn July 20 and lusting until
appears afiiln the Te-t
iv tq tli.ii nine, then
m likely t>< < Op th-
..im-hair team selec-
Bowlers Were On Top Yesterday
THE West Indies plat
Trent Bridge, begini
July 25. And
will already be 11
will have been ample n
honours In this Test.
A* Is our wont, we shall Ukd
ARMCHAIR SELECTION
EVEN at the risk of appearing redundant. I shall still mention rut
the benefit of those who do not know at what level we approach
the England Waal Indies cricket, that our approach here is only
From this distance one cannot hut sympathise with skipper God-
dard an.! the oOk r n,embers ul the Selection Committee in their task
n| the West Indies train for the Third Test match
These unfortunate few are faced on the one hand with the
task of ensuring, as far as licv within their power, that the West
atidles do nni loxe tbc historv-making advantage which the. gsaflSMI
In their handsome winning of the Second Test at lairds.
PERPLEXING PROBLEM
WHAT must surely constitute a most perplexing problem Is that
of the pace lwwlers. On the decision to play one or more of
the pace bowlers rests the possibility of giving young players In other
departments of the game, then chance to piny in a Test match
I*t us pick the certainties and then tackle the problem of select-
ing the not m etrtsJa Skipper Goddard gains a place ex offlcto and
ungrudgingly siikc he M the team that won the first West Indies
Test virli.r\ iv.' ..t Lords
Slow left arm spin bowler Alf Valentine and Sonny Itamadhin
nre our principal match winning forces and they loo pick themselves.
As a matter of fact I have )ust been reading some Pros clippings
from English papers kindly sent me hy Mr. P. A. C. Clairmonte. West
Indies Test Selector and Seiw 1 Vice-President of the Barbados
Cricket Association.
RAMADHIN AND VALENTINE, WORLD 0LAB8
AMONG these I iind that Wally Hammond. Captain of England
In fifteen Tests against Australia. The West Indies. New Zea-
land and India has described this pair in these words: "In RamadNn
nbly supported by Valentine, they |HVI I spin atta.k unequalled mi the world to-day
The formidable three "WV Worrell. WMku IW) VlkoM m
probably the first Ihree picked after Goddard decides to pla>
.nil would then he iminlMT one to lie picked
II.A. Marshall 9 wkta Greene 6
Did Best I or The Day
RAIN attain interfvrred with pla>vest.-: ...
day of the 1950 local cricket season. Showers fell over-
night and early yesterday, and in one game, the Lodga-
Canaga match at Lodge no play was possible.
in the other games, bowlers had the better of the fight
and some remarkable figures were returned
SCORE BOARD
PICKWICK v I < > Mill K M I K I
rickwleh ifar 6 wkta. dec. I 198
('trmrrr 53. and ifar C
wkU) ts
A FINE bowling performance !>.
A Marshall of Pickwick
9 wickets for 2fl run* ii
at Kenslngu
placed his te
early victory against Comlicrrnerr
Marshall took 6 for 22 in Com-
bermere's Biff innings and came
back the second innings to lake I
for only 8 runs Hoad. who BaM
bowled well, look 4 of Comber-
mere's wickets during the fir-.'
Innings lor 13
upenbag his account, he wu oat
in a good calrli b> Bruce Iimii*-
ulf Marshall. Innivs u a* held
n* at mid v. E. ii i mi the nil
aide. *
' i ond jiii] third wickets
who look fell at 31 and all in an over from
ins in 20 overs Marshall (;ranI who followed.
esterda> hs sjiauKn ..i to come
- line for --
rlllHKl UHBSBMI E
rii asm ) i.
l-avti FkUt c Tofip-n 1- IirnflSJBt
0), L Wood lb- i i I
*.. M Taslor k Bli'k.-i
T S. Bii'-'l rtol uut .
I* F..rlvo b H'aoSo
H Klafna* f Or ant Ii Smith
F. I a Hoa-t c ElU. t> Brankai
vtnaa : b 8; I b I. rvtt. 4
fall of Wlelwto : I 1*. I-IS1
I ast. s-sts. -sb*
BOWIJNQ AKALYM*
A. Elliot IS 1 M
ii N UraBt 4 I I*
) OHStlHIRI. I at laaim>
O. H K.,M < Huad I. Mar-hall
O H. WilMnaon .ipd wkpi iTavio.
b Marahall
K A n>an*r I lnm t> Mar.halt
O. N. Grant .tpd *pt -Ta*!.*.
i t> n *-k ,,.,-, .
T'.lal 'for flSWB. *tl
19. 1 lor 11.
_ I IM
BUWIJM; ANA1.YSIS
Aikinn
A U In.or,
M T*Bl
: Alklna b Ham.
.for I wkU I
RAE- STOLLMEYER TINE
. h.u
Opinion to attempt
Mi. n fa i.iM-niiig the innings. There
11 itbd sjssMral eAriarMQ In tha Rae>
, Test that It would b UOWta rjar-
nning. to atn-tnpt anv modlAletloa M
IT would ! extreme folly
the Hae-Slollmevei eoml
is too much experience, sobe
Stollineyer opening set-up ll
haps fatal to out chances of
change.
On the other hand, lo.y Marshall lha dapui) opanla| batsman
has shown thai he is capable of turning in u wiund and useful bat-
ting i-crfon iitui u in !"< batting order
He has now to bowl to all intents and purposes on top of hi
form. Sin.e the Sei.ni'1 Test, two centuries are among the good
Innings that he has plnyed mid if one takes his youth into consld
eiation and the indisputable making* of u great batsman which he
exhibited against representative Trinidad and British Guiana leafs*
during the past two years, then one is safe to conclude that his claims
fat in.lusinn frill prova very diltlcult to In- denied by the '.lectors,
ANOTHER PROBLEM
THAT poses another problem. If Marshall is played, he will hi
to go in to bat at number live. We have already decided udoii
Bae and Stollineyer lo open the innings, and I think thai
tafe there. Week. W..neil .md Walcott follow and then Marshall
to give strength to the batting in the middle, a very vulnerable part
of uur cricket anatomy.
Can we ihcii pla> Chrlstluni? 1 shall receive in two day:
;i letter from "Gulantse" In St. lAicia upbraiding me for my daring
In suggest that Marshall'- Inclusion might put Christian! out.
lldu-vi i if Walcott is (It and there is every indication that he
Is, 83 not out yesterday would seem to point lo that fact, then the
theory* of playing a deputy wicket-keeper will merit being dubbed
by my much used phrase a false economy
Gerry Gome?, because of his versatility, his big match tempera-
ment and his comparatively wide experience In Tci Cftckat must
also gain selection
Ii.m: I.- M.iH ill Killed
I. | "-.iks anil wii'ket-keeper
Taylor made BO uiistjk.'
Marshall got his fourth wicket
Whan Knight was caught by Hoad
.i mM-on Kntgtai wanted la an-
' rive a ball pitched on his pads
but did not get his feet Bufflctantli
Pickwick carried their over- lu ll "'' bfrttad stubbornly and
week score of 2&8 for 3 to 290 for scored 28 out of the tolal scorn
8 before they declared of 4U.
Combermere could any raise 53 Five wicket* were down for 40
in their tlrst Innings and at close runs and Ihe sixth wickel soon
of play were 23 for H in their fell without any addition to the
second innings score. Huad got Morvtllt clean
The wicket, which had been bowled at nought,
affected by rain on Friday night This brought Mr Smith and
id early yesterday, gave much T>ppin In the wirkei Toppm
aistance to spin bowling. <;,, i.-n m, Smith, stuinpeu
Ihrkett of Pickwick continued ,n a similar mxnner off the bowl-
, bat well and took his over- ,ng o( Marshall. The acore hoard
week score of 86 lo 86 not out. mpn rea,, 40 ,or Marshall had
Branker took four of Pickwick ,,. uken hu n,th wickel for 22
wickets for 138 runs. runB
Thp HS ^ Adams >. next to be bowled 5?fc 'J^"*, Jori"1
At 1.40 p.m. Birketl and Evelyn L.w Marsh.u [or noughi and Mi H gxi7..Tb i
resumed Pickwicks first innings Smllh -rter puning Hoad out of
with the score at 258 for y Blr- Qs "for ,, w c|f.an
ketl was 86 not out and Evelyn ^JJ*,^ ta|If lalor ,,
BwnkiVhiok the first over from *"J ni*Ttn* "^
the pavilion end and Evelyn was **LV J" *'cket ,M mln,M
, of hU first ball. Evelyn The W went up In l8 nunu'es
played back to an off breat; Hoad dismissed the last two ton] -
pitched well up on the easstra n en Elliott
stump and was bowled off his dought each
left pad. The score board then ..i mki-wlchet
read 258 for 4
Left-hander Harold Kidne*
lllled the breach and pull'
Mr. S. I. XmlUi b Hoad
II E HcrLlk b Hoad
D A Toppm iipd kpr iTayl
b MarOiall
a. AUm< b Maranall
.1 out
O. A glllol t Innlaa b MoM
M Murroll ilpd wKpr ITBTIOl
Hoad
IClti 11 ! I
VffBj
SI. 1 11. S-Jl. *
-41, *9, T4T. t!. ~U
noWltNO ANALYSIS,
H H Kins t 1
i \ r..t.. its
M H Jordan I
V I. O Hood 10 1 T 11
c oaaisar-tBd i*o>a**
ti It KnishI EvpIvi. I> Jordan
O 11 Wllkinann c Wkpr .Tivir-
< A ELTON i roLKI
ror-icaui i
Tailor c wkpr Mannaii b
Zddhiii
lIUHKn^n c W.rrrn b K
UrrcnidiP
U w b K Or*
-, l<
r Lucaa b William-
e B Hulchlnawn u w
C. Bradahaw not oui
E OiMita c Lucai b Willlama
IIUu
BUWUNG ANALYSIS
1 I, 1 f
r tnnlia b Manihal
r not out
t roller
Elliott
Brunkcr's : ill. ball U
boundary for six. Smilh
from the screen end.
Birketl gave the second eh
of his Innings when at 73 It
I (T Branker to Toppin at
slip. In that same over bs>
Murrell foi
was caught
. -.-vide by
l i stumped
Combermere were all out to the
accurate bowling of Marshall and
Tolal ifi.r | *..:.
Tall ot wMkata 1 for 1-4. 1 -B
-t, S11.
Mwniaras sraT^v
WASllCHr.H-S 1.1 INNINGS
Alklnaon v Atklm b Plillilp*
Wllkra Packer
MrBrth c
Urat
k QrMnidgr
K Wairrn
Fall of wlekau I
CAB1.TONIII lr ...,
r llulchlnaon c rarmar b Tatlor 2
K Orarnldaa c Warnrr ti Tailor IS
N. Lucas b Or*M '
B Hulrhlnaon c BradUiaw b Oreaiw 0
D. Lawl*aa r Taylor b Oiacna 10
W. (irtvriidfa Wimtr b Otfr*
K Warrtn b Byar T
a Edshlll b >- o
D William* c Hlackman b Crrnr r>
F MaiKhall not out 1
K Hutrhlnaon b Taylor .. .. 9
Extraa *
Total tl
BOWUNG ANALYSIS! :
O. M R W
C. Bradahaw I 1
r Gratr* 10 fl 17 B
F. Taylor SI a 11 1
J Byer 1 0 i i
Fall of wk-kota : 1IT. 1-X. 1 18
IS. 1 a-40. 7-4J. B--41. 50
r LICESad IaalM>
r Tayloi lb w b Edahill 21
W Farmer b Ediriill -i
J fiy-i e K Hutehinnon b EdaMII n
11. WlltaMi* r Luca. b W (irPrl..,!- 1
I Warnar not out...... ||
F Brrw*tr not oul I
.It
Head for 53
me " Second Inniny-*
,h They followed on witli Del task
t them of scoring 237 to avoid
i Innings defeat
E&*2 V t^fouTan0; fwo J^-^AT
two> to taka hU scora to 85. were brought or, The CJutTujaJn
Smith's third over from the the attack meant trouble tor rom-
screen end claimed Kidney's bermere who lost fl quick wlckels
wicket. Kidney, who was then for 1! runs Marshall euumad
10, played ftsrwaxd to one three of them for fl runs making
pitched on the pud und moving ^ |S ngures for Ihe dav 3 for 28
b. sUp. The ball took the out- .,,. . , u,.n. Knlghi *. Wll-
side edge of Ihe bal for (Irant l<- kinson 0. Norville 1. Oranl 0 bU
take a beautiful low catch al Smtth 2 and Toppln 4
second slip.
Wllh the score at 285 for 5.
ft U G Hoad Jnr joined UWR WANnKRKRS vs. SPARTAN
ffir-i-Sft^^SS WANDERKKS ******
b>!!ordndwa? iXUSGi in dim- KPARTAN 70 for 8 declared
cully to Branker who look his Wanderer-. In their malch.
vuket with the last ball of that ni(aiIwl Spartan at the Park added ..
over for duck. i_a--s w runf w lh.p,r yer\-eek jotai fure Marshali was rrturned to the
Pickwick declared their innmgs of 3? fof lh(. lo of |wo w1CKet. phVtllon Wg bef^p to Hams. C'ARLTON vs. POLICE
4t 290 for fl Blanker had taken rjordon I'roverbri lopseoml for th ituhard Alkinson partnered rollee 78 A 188 (for 5 wkta.)
BOWLOra ANALYSIS
C Bowm ... 11 8 8
Til
SI'AHTAN lat INBMlNdS
Alkln. D Alkinaan b N
i! .ulull
'..... M lllll b N. Marahj
Total BOW1.INO ANA1.YRIM
O. St. n "
K (Jrwnl.U- 8 3 10
D William, 1 1 10
N. l'ita 4 I |S
K Warran 3 I B
0 -'MII 10 2 21
W arranldfr t I 11
Fall or wlrk-tn I | M. J B i
Tl. 9TS.
The racing season in the South Caribbean is now upon
earnest. Of course this does not mean that we must dismiss the Bar-
tbdos March and the Union Park Easter fixtures as of no account. But
ll is generally from the Trinidad June meeting, that trainers begin
lo tune up as many of their charges as possible wilb the two and
three-year-old races as their main ohje< *
As the season has opened we find old UnMrl like Blue Streak,
Sturm's Gilt. CJunsite and Beacon Bright are still lo the forefront
in the lop class although there are few new names In this division
to be countenanced such as September Song. Summing up the itini-
riid June meeting a little in advance last Sunday, 1 made no mention
.1 September Song because I did not see him race on the third day.
However after his third victory on the last day I am satisfied that
Ihe is one of the best sprinters we have seen In the West Indie- for
rr.any a day.
I say "best sprinter" because up to now he has not been able
(to prove himself uver a distance. But I am not at all sure lhat he
will not stay as most of the critics seem lo feel about him They point
I to his failure last Christmas against Rrvfa Spnte on the last day
' over a distance and say th-i ho /.lieu to stay on and win even from
I .i mediocre Oily like this. Well my anawei \ this is twofold. In the
, i .st place September Song was second with 122 lbs. giving 22 lb*.
tn the winner. Secondly he beat all the others fairly convincingly
and these included the good stayer Silver Bullet, his own stable mate
. to whom he gave 6 lbs., and Pharhtc, who admittedly had 133 lbs.
*o carry, but ll Quite good over a distance as he showed quite plainly
| when he went on to Union Park.
Another factor to be taken into consideration about September
S< Hi la that he was only beginning lo strike form last Christmas and
uRain in Barbados in March. But now he is really at his beat, and,
1 am quite certain, much better than he was last Christmas. I am
also quite certain from the way he runs his uco that he will Off
any horse in the West Indies a very rough handling up to a mile
at.d 130 yards. Beyond that it is possible lhat Storm's Gift and Blue
streak might get the better of him. But I doubt it.
Mi. Clifford Trestrail's Oily is also a good one in the making. It
will not be long before he is in A class. He too gives promise of
l Irving possessed of stamina and by the end of the year it n almoat
| certain till laBara are going to have some warm opposition
in the : i\. L up and other races as well.
j The UurJ meal uuUlanuing horse of the T.T.C. June meeting was
i undoubtedly Bow Bells. I nave to be very careful what 1 have to
say about this tiliy because already I have been accused uf writing
loo much about her. Yvt 1 fail to see how I could have written
leal Aittr all it is not every day that one as good as this Is bred in the
West Indies. She won her races in Trinidad on the tlrst two days with
ridiculous ease. Bui up lo the time they turned Into the stretch on the
last! day I was not sure lhat she would be the winner again. I under-
land from reports lhat Mr. Murray was of the same opinion when
.iving Ins running commentary, so therefore 1 was not alone. But It
.as in the next furlong and a half that Bow Bells surprised me.
1 say "surprised me." because 1 had suspected all along lhat she
could neither carry weight nor stay at all. But in this race she
revealed quite plainly that she could run reasonably well with weight
v. hlle she won mainly by outstaying her contemporaries. These con-
temporaries were a very mediocre bunch but that they ran themselves
to the ground, in an endeavour to make the pace too fast for How
Bells lo catch them with her heavy weight, was borne out by tho
fact that they all ran wide under the pressure, while poor Id Franco
fainted from sheer exhaustion on her way back to the paddock.
His place at the wicket was by Wood at short leg off the
taken by Denis Atkinson. After bowling of Phillips Packer
I few overs D Atkinson partnered Davie* but when Ihe
was caught by Pilgrim oh* the total was ten he was caught by
bowling of the Spartan opening Atkins at silly mld-on oft the
, HP Phillips, Proverb* still bowling ol HarrU BtUmDI W9t9
remained undefeated and he wan afterwards drawn
partnered by Norman Marshall
but only one run was added bc-
4 of the wickets for 138 n
Cmiiherniere Bnttinu
pace bowlers.
i they
had taken Gordon Provc-rt* lopsci.red for the
Hay team with an undefeated 50 p^vpfbs anii 1hry .-(.med
while Denis Atkinson knocked up wre , 93 p*,^;. anv further
19. scoring Atkinson wag clean bowl-
For Spartan F. D. Phillips and ,.cl |,v Harris for
HOW MANY QUICKIES''
'TMUS leaves two more places to lie filled Foi
* I cannul profagf to work up much enthusiasm.
I am not unaware of the fact that In some Isolated inslanc
have turned In some creditable Individual performances but
force Which tha Wnrt Indfta Imped thai they would he, and
upon which tha) traditionally plniiad their hopes for Ihe success of
the West Indies team, the pace bowlers have been disappointing
The fault may not be laid at their doors. Indeed they might be
entitled to a considerable measure of our support hut still their figures
and results stare us in Ihe face.
I am in favour of playing one pace bowler in the Test. One
could hardly state any preference This will be left to the Selection
Committee who arc on Ihe spot.
One place ransBlOJJ to be tilled and 1 would give C. "Boogies"
WllUanu the chance of his life in this Test. One never knows when
the mighty Itamadhm and Valentine would need to be rested In a
Teat and still a measure of slow spin bowling be required "BoOffk-'
Williams Is the man to fill that breach.
And so by the process of elimination my Test team for Ihe
Thud Test wmdd ba J D. Goddard (capt.i. F. M. Worrell. E.
Wagfkaa, C L Walcott. A Valentine. S. Ramadhin, A Rac. J. Stoll-
i i M Oil lha three pace bowlers and C. B William:
r"m"""mlt "tthA ffiJift L."F"H-Vris captured three'wick- Tho raaJn|pa tour wukets fell
:.VLA VKsVT* ate each for 30 and 56 resKct.velv f nn a(,(,,.|onal 43 runs. Walcott
while skipper Keith Walcott took ,aJrinK ;VV(l whUo Harris and
two at Ihe cost of 13 runs The Phillips divided the others. With
remaining wicket was taken by SIX rxtra* the total came to IM. v"'day. Green*
slow bowler Bowen wickets for 17 runs.
Spartan tn reply knockad up 7o The Spartan opening pair A Police went In to lb
in two for |)u, lMS of slx wirkets and at Atkins and N. Wood went out with their overweek scoi
this stage skipper Walcott though' '" face the Wanderers attack from >ng at 58 for three and v
Jordan lt wise to declare Tho friekat wai Dtnn and Eric Atkinson. By the nble to add 21
innings at 2.30
and O. H. Wilkinson. To Kink
and Fosler, Pickwick's opening
pacers, these batsmen were ool
particularly comfortable. Foster
sent down two maiden* while
King conceded one run in two
Carl ton 51
CONSTABLE E. GREENE of In-
tercolonial fame, who now repre-
sents the PpU.ce First Division with
his medium to fast deliveries, skit-
tled out the Carlton team in their
11 icket malch at Carlton grounds
aptured six
Slow left-hand bowlei
wicket
stand-
ire only
"cket
which gave the bowltn M- time the total was 11 both of "these which was taking turn but not
sistancc an4 parhflM thl bftfaman were dbmlaoad, Atkins greatly affected hy rain.
of hb. main reasons for declaring, caught at mIK mid-nn by D For Carlton D. Williams took
T, F "Shell" Harris who went Atkinson off the bowling of Nor- five wickets at the cost of 22 runs
t ,,k.- .town made a brisk l";1" Marshall for three and Noel whlle_K Greenidge took three for
24 before he was clean i
Denis Alkinson.
W.
il caught at fine leg by St. Hill. 20 The other two wickets were
he howling of Norman divided between G. Edghill and K.
Marshall Warren.
At this stage Shell" Harris ln ,ne'r ,urn a' the wicket Carl-
i>nd "T'rry" PflRHm were at the ',n were only able to knock up
Wicket but Pilgrim was ssfbn after ?LS? _J.J!" Kv9r#SU4rB' V*0"
kinso
brought on at the screen end
place of Foster while King
cowled a third over before giving
place to lnnisi. Wlcket-keepei
Wood was hurt as Inniss came on
and Skipper Taylor deputised.
Knight was given a life at m
when he was dropped at mid
Wicket on the on-side off Inniss'
bowling Runs came slowly for
school boys and when the
Interval was taken, they had only
red 22Knight 14 and Wilkin-
son 6.
Combermere lost their llrM
tvlcket when Wilkinson was stump- j"J_
ed off Slow len-han,! lec-btcak ll|Vi,^, .,
bowler Marshall. Wilkinson H1., Griffith and S. Heodley were at ''o'ic '" >heir second innings
moved down to drive and WSJ f; Proverbs and D Davies went ihe wicket Headley was four not "re 100 for the loss of live wickets.
beaten with the night of the ball ou, (a carrv on the Wanderers nut and Griffith nought not out w Farmer and F Taylor made 22
He had contribute-! 8 to the total rtr*. innings when pl.t. started War.lcr.-is opened their second each. Bycr 17 and 1 Warner 18 not
of 81. When the total was 61 Davies wa> Innings with G. Wlikes and D. out
Branker . next in. but he unfortunately run out when his Davies Wilkes only managed to Bowling for Carlton G. Edghill
was do! there lon. Before score was onlv 17 reach two before he was caught On Page lb
Denis Atkinson captured four
of Ihe Spartan wickets in nine
overs for 23 runs while Ihe other
rani to Norman Marshall for out l.b.w. to Denis Atkinson f.
SO run-!. only two rues.
Hutting Anain Keith Walcott <
In their second inning* Wan- bowled by Den
derers arc ten runs for the lOH ten while Harris .._
tickets Tlu wlckotl # n- DBntl Atkinson for 24. When the and two balls. The other
i.t.v.cn Phillips and declaration was made Samuel was taken by Skipper Byer
scored with 15 while D. Lawli
who made len, was the only other
c and he wu *>prvon lo ,,eoch double figures.
Alkinson for Greene captured six for 17 and I
bowled by P Taylor three for 11 In five overs
icket
1 qulla agree that it is difficult to judge stamina in a live furlong
event but one can see enough to indicate whether a horse can be
held back and then brought on at the Ilnish. or whether she is just
the hard pulling type who will die on the bit. I saw enough to tell
me that Bow Bells is not in the latter category and what is even
more in her favour is the fact that her weight, not pressure on the
bit. kept her from passing the others before they were spent. She
therefore kept up a good effort for nearly Ihe whole course and
carried through with it when the others were falling back.
In Ihe light of all this I think it a most unfortunate circumstance
that Bow Bells will not run in the Barbados Derby. The eventual
winner of this race will be lucky not to have had her for n rival.
CLASSIFICATION
Having given my estimate of Bow Bell's capabilities I now turn
:> Ihe matter of her classification. 1 see no reason why n should
now be incompatible for me to state that she has been classified
too high in Trinidad. Over there she has been placed in C2 and in
Barbados she has been placed in D. The latter is obviously corroi t
Vet I am not surprised. It is now some yeuis since the Trinidad
classifiers have been promoting crcolcs without the semblance of
itason appearing to play any part in then deductions. Thus this
latest move is no worse than what they did to Peprter Wine, l.igan.
The Gambler. Ocean Pearl and the like. Once again 1 rhall try, as
I did then, to show how they might have arrived at a saner conclusion.
It seems .. verj simple matter to draw a line through the per-
fi nuance of Wavccrost to tlud out where to place Bow Belle. They
have both won live races in F class: Wavecrest 5 out of seven starts
and Bow Bells 5 out of nine. Both have gone through two stages
of unfltness. Wavecrest won three of his races In a row at Union
Park defeating Princess Ifasiyya and Loop On who were in much
better foim then than they were in their recent escapades against
Bow Bells Bow Bells In lurn defeated Wavecrest in the Trial Stakes
When It was obvious that he was not tit. Therefore on paper it might
appoar that there Is not much to choose between either of them since
It is still left to be seen what they will do against each other when
both arc 111 But. here is the crux of the matter: every man is
entitled lo his opinion and so are the classifiers. My opinion is that
Bow Bells Is better than Wavecrest and so is the classifiers'. But how
the. ,iii.\. .it the conclusion '.ha' she is 15 lbs better, is the part
that has ma utterly bamboo/led aim" completely disgusted.
PREPARATIONS FOR AUGUST
I had my mat look al work in prcpaiation for the August meeting
Itorday morning It seems thai we will have a full lurn out of
j all those who are lit to be trained in addition to a few visitors from
'I nnidad
Chief among the visitors will be Atomic II who is already here,
having returned to the land of his birth after nearly 3 years. He
looks a lot better than when he left us, which is only to be expected.
But whether his mind has improved it is doubtful in the extreme. I
hope that wc do see some others and perhaps some more genulno ones.
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
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W. INDIES RECOVER AFTER BAD START
World Cup
Games End
Todav
Walcott 83, Christiani 78
Held Derbyshire Attack
W.I. (for 6 wktt.) 201
CHMiUUtELD. Jui
A filth wicket sUnd of 157 between Clvdi WaUcott angL
Robert Christiani enabled the West indict to put up 201
lor six on the first day of their fixture with Derbyshire htft
Ram interrupted the match after lunch and broughl
an early ctaaa
curt a returned t. on u patch thai iud dried aftai
tha gam* after an absence of Stv- <-ver-nighl ram, and Wen soon in
eral matchc. wrought most uf tin* troublr utiain.it Uw Ruifai
Mri) damage lo the Went Indies mg bowler* Gladwin and Jackson,
batting. In some good bowling on The Hrst reverse came at
ihe sporting pilch, he took three seventeen, when Rae played back
wickets with his fast medium to Glauwin and wu bowled ofl
deliveries and at the end of the day 'he insidtf edge of hi* bat.
his figure* were three wickets lor Worse was to follow h) |
thirty-six NM. three quarters of an horn.
Wateott and Chrlsttani hegar wWeli Gladwin took three wkfcau
their partnership cautiously after ond hehi Stollmeyer or! J
the early shocks, but mod bright- bowling A ball from Jackson
anad and by lunch had added si; found iho edge of tet1meyer*i
in just over an hour. The rain bu' at twcnt>-i.N,
which held U(> plu Jiltii lunih beld .. gujlv eatch One run later.
Mowed down the arfcfcl i i ,i |,-l'ott it rtr*t slip. dived
Weal Indies pair scored comfort- u,ul ,H'- TrrMrail. and wilh UM
:.oly until a double change bring- s'\'!'' '' ~3' Marshall was bow leu
11 g on Ihe spinners Rhodes an < Walcott and ChnMi.mi aft, r .,
Kichardson. for Gladwin and vor>' autioua start began to catch
Jackson notched two successes for "I' ";: "'*' elock, and the hundrcti
iJerbyshire. With the score ;it ISO. went up in nn hour and three
Christiani was drawn out of his Quarters Walcott hit RJ
ground by Rhode* and stumped ,h*" " -*1* boundary in
and runs later RJrhardson beat
. ..i;i .. i ( HRISTIANI
i i vn h tn inr
Two Smallest
Yachts KaeiiU
3,000 Miles
Tin
Coddanl with his off-spin to dis-
miss the West Indies captain fm
1 Rain brought the end half nn
hour early.
The teams.
Weal Indies: J Stollmevci. *
Ftae. R. Marshall, K Trestrail. C
Walcott. R Christian!, J Goddard
fCapt). C Williams. P Jones
H Johnson and A Valentine
Derbyshire: C. Elliott. J Kellv.
A. Revill. L Johnson. I* Vaulk-
ham, a Rhod/.. r, Datafcaa C
Gladwin, D Morgan. P Richard-
son and L Jackson
Play
Ixills, and the lirst hour at the to
nfth wicket partnership added 81 sail _-
Gladwin and Jackson came back llcnnuJ
lust before lunch and Gladwin
swung the ball enough to find the llotli
edge of Walcott bat. but
lunch the West Indies were
for four
illaM i-uau .-v. i
> pi i.) race acti Dthet I i
Atlantic have [eft
Phonouth,
After Lunch
In opened the bowling
after lunch but his tpn d am
noUcaabl] llai than during his
opening spell.
He began with a maiden ova
ing the ball sum. u
lintish. both are
o, rnaaaad in crew, of ioui. They
lOt sailed igal t pact) other |n [,,.,
months USD miles Rhode Hani
to Bermuda race Only 23 set-
"Ida separated them at the Anfcafc
Now
nonth
Ihej
I ono-nuid
Tha two yachts wrigalng 48
..... ika Christiani cautious Jack- tang rtfUKared, are the Samuel
Tha West Indies choc to bat su" db,o '"'K1 lhc "aUnu-n g., Paj an all-naval antl |l t
and he hit Walcott on the should- the Cohoi privately <>' | i
er with a bumpei at which tha captained W K AalanJ Colas,
^Mitsman swung too soon a Southampton amateur yachfia
Raln then began and .it till the man
game was interrupted. No more
play was possible before the tea The Samuel Pffpyg. winch beat
interval, which *.i broughl for- ""' Cohoe m the liennu'l.< rag*),
IMN,y,M ,, . ward three-quarters of an hour ' commanded by Lieut -Com
i wrighl. Kent lcgbre mnl Seotl M Iho AnUrtlc
wier on Thursday oi'Cam*' the plav WM, he|a u,, f u ,ur,hr|. 11,. u.ing the unu- MKtaM
nd plo>- ita&on when he claimed tha finished their early tee, mor hla_ last exptdlllon to th Souttt
Wright Takes
100 Wickets
last three Nollinghamsliirt Hrst
,r:-angw wickets at Nottingham.
Wright who may ba recalled by
England's selectors for the Thlnl
Test against the West Indies
starting on the same gnii.nd on
un having fallen while the* were Pole.
he pavilion
Thursday has
u. of seven for 106 out
the Nottingham total of 407.
Iteuter
After Tan
Further rain brought play to
half an hour earlier.
analy- '" wt ''"*
ti
I male is Group-i:a|>t*l,
J. D'A Keary, tormerly with tho
Fleet Air Arm. Bruce has
lother naval officer. Uieut.-
of
al 2til (or Commander I s Sainpson, a*
his No I
0 Walcott and Christiani scored
icadily on a slow pitch when
play was resumed after tr., and e ,w" l**'1' bave set a
Walcott hit Jackson for two four, course northward from Bermuda
w-Kh straight drives. Wild the i,,, tbe Gulf Stream,
score at 180. Christiani was lured Th" '"'' " "' *h yacht
out of his ground by Rhodes' leg- art' Ung. sleeping, and living In
spin and was stumped by Dawkes. saloon about the size of .. i J(|-
The Ofth wicket had added 1ST *'*> compartmeut, but wugi
valuable run* it a comfortable much less heart-room.
scoring rate. Rhodes had ennac on
a a double Tn,,> Olfry HO gaUons of fresh
.... and Jackson water and about 1.000 lb. of
Having won the opening two ,n<* ,h'* "ove also disposed of provisions. They wlU have to
igles on Friday the Aurtrahan ('"<''1-"J. who was beaten bv kwp on strict raUona,
AUSTRALIA
BEAT CANADA
MONTREAL., July 15
Australia to-day reached the
North American Zone Final in
the Davis Cup competition by
gaining a winning 30 margin In *"> Richardson
their match against Cmarin here change for Glad-
look the Doubles today when Job
Bromwlch n d rVank Sedgman
l)cat Henri Rochon and George
Robinson 62, 64764.
Australia meet Mexico In the
Zone Final.
Reuter
Tennig Postponed
. M- ['!-!.
Ui flunur. In lit*
iiwn Triini Acoria-
sirmtii Uil- T-nnl
ha UPS I
IlKhardson's off-spin when shap-
ing for a cover drive with his score
only l Walcott continued to ou-
tlive powerfully and at the close
he wa- 83 not out.
Scon-.
W I 1ST INNINGS
Stolawypt c OUdwiti b Jut-lew Ift
Ha b (..Ik.win
Maraiiaii b GlBdMin
TraMrail c Klholl b Uladwln
W.ltt, n^i OU| ,3
Clin-iim -ipd Dawk*, b m.mlr. in
lli{ MUlr
race will take
how long the
TWal Hor B wkb- i
raj or wc i |f, j z\ t w
s in. a-ias
;:.-.. ANALYSIS
i.L.i*,. *>
Their principal ilangers are fog
and ice Sailing the great circle
course, the yachts wilt come
witJiin range of icebergs carried
southward from Greenland by
radar current.
No Radio
It is not Ihe 200ft.-high beig-.,
I ut 'In- smell pieces floating low
tar, that are no
Baroui to .'mall yachts
area.
.... > .. iaiii,
transmitting set It would have
heavy. So thev may not
rted till Uvey arnva "it tiH-
Enitlcb eoaal l e.m.
The AUSTIN A70 puts on working clothes
THIS NEW AUSTIN PICK-UP* built on ihe fgrnous A?o cha>sl, and
with the handsome A7o stylmu. h made tor rcall> hand ajorl It i^ imt what you want
for jobs thai need i stalwart light open truck th..' rate a lull 15-cwl. load. The all-
metal body has tonfrued and grooved wood lU.rr 3nJ DVtal wearing plates; the
tailboard can be lowered for aJditioml loa,! epgee li hj^ I 6S b.h.p. O.H.V. engine,
steering-colum.i gear control and indspendeni ftotl uvpe-n^on A standard tilt and
cover arc optional extras
PARTS AND SERVICE. >n.i. and A u, uhcrt can depend on it f.n- parh, ,.- ;.jrU. lMj rtpain.
AUSTIN
you can
depend on It 1
. 10101
<-ri lll ieimiU naufr,.,n 1
j DOiVQIftS STATES 4TRADING CO. LTD.
icasraiN aaot 1
I 0 I172-t)7d SAY STRICT. BRIDGETOWN
i niNCNS M IN6LAND
( inistinuii U ins
> fit 11111 S In it 11
I* A CHttHtMAH wOM HM
Spoon uilh 1 haiuliiap BCOrg ol
H f.i- Malt-r A .! V I'ha-i wa
second wilh iih 40.
Condition* un the whol, MN
load. alth..ugh the light was hasj
and unsteady The mnd *.,
slightly puffy.
sfi bei 10 roundi al KM
'0 and COli yarda, liui the SttO-Mi
m Um reeoiti <>f the
1 (lie foil wing "i
111 s 1 .<
\i it dg VartauU 1S8
P A. Cheeseman 136
M D Thomas 135
M. A. Tockt'i 133
(. Martin 132
Majos A .leV I'hase 132
k 1 Parrj isi
C A C'umherbalch 12fl
ItlU DC JANEIRO, Julv IJ
TTlt vital matrh In the'Wor.n
occei ( up l-i iala between Bra...
" watrttj ceo* I
in a ovei iso.ouo. t.. the Mum
- : -
1 en ihe la.Sii ehan
The olher matrn in the final
". bMsraan Sweden ..nd Spam.
- lii ( Sao Paulo Tho
kf Rim I..
' t% on ihe Mra/il
Mr.,.11 haw nn ,
tah ta. ,
1 rii.i.'ii in. u..
mnlimaging so i..,
I tnaru turpi. . 1
w.-altl is
vtetarj '"i n..
wbo, .t
srouM banaflt bi thou
Un players
who arc moatl] part-time m
feaaianala, hecao-.- ihnr etuba
1 SI sufTiriciitly |IIKh faea,
' .k\-- not bean promiaed anytnlng
pei.... bonua
Boih t..mi- eonatat of big.
iyen who ara not afraid
"t roliuM piny and Knellsh
1 1 ferri it idei who 1^ i oitlci-
ale. loohc like having .. busy
time.
WucueH itaitail l< iiMiiii ..iiuule
t..kct irfllte. early Friday morn-
ing After Thur-day'a scene*
here, when Brarll beat Spain
<< I. and many Ihousands broke
through the barriers, police will
be out in even greater itlWIgta
t.. prevent a recurrem. ..( Pa|
chaos. One ncMipapei ktated
that at least 10.000 people got
in without tickets -Reuler
GOLF RESULTS
The results of the Mixed
Foursomes al Ihe Rockley Golf and
Country Club teeterda. were;
Mr C S Atweil -nd Mis*
riya Atarall defeatl Mr. Joh-i
' .1. i- .,1 m Mi-.. Kati !- riagan I
.nd 2
-Mr George Challenor and Miss
Isabel I-emigan defeatad Mr. and
.Mrs J. C llotchkish 4 and 3
\Ia : i-r..- U-nagan and Mr*
C. G. Mac Inly re defeated Mr
and Mrs H V. King 5 and 4
Mi K J Petrie and Mis
Bragfcda Wilson defeatetl James
O'Neal and Miss Winnie Barnes
4 and 3
CrtcketJnatehToday
A fnendly game of cricket will
i- played at the Y M C A.
grounds to-day between a learn
fn*n C F Harrison and one
from Y M P C
Sporto At Y.M.P.C
V M P C will hold theii
meel.ng next
it tha y-M P.C.
::.'ikli*s Hoad ut 1 p m
fc X Bark Pluy
Is Forceful
Bi ALAN IIOBV
IT hai been yulle a week At
laord'l 1 saw English cricket lake
a hiding. I saw the galvanic
'".We West Indians laach upr
io a couple of cricket funda-
:.ufitals we are in dangei of for-
ae'fjggj,
1 Tkar have taega.1 aa Uw vaia*
01 forct'iu back-alair aa dlatlncl
1' in a asfeswlve puahbig away af
thr ball all Ike bark too*
A'han Clyde Walratt slammed
UHM shots through tba covers
nn I straight-drove the spinners
tnaek to Ihe boundary, he showed
U| what any leading county o-t>-
1.1611 worth his cap should >>* able
10 do
2 Wjlrolt. v\.-. and Wacretl
gave as an etifa more precious
1. 1.11 ii.-r or past ck.nrs when lbe>
went oul said rlouted uur slow
%tuff. They used their fee*one
iwo. lhre, tear U> get U Ihe
plteh
Tnay nevar stood ai Uve crease
ke pen-tried status*, aa If a couple
..f hands had come out of ihe
l-etind and grabbed both feet
BARBADOS TURF CLUB
Amended Official Classification
1950.
Mid-Summer
Beam H'ig->" Ho.s Dalli
Hue Streak l oroiudo
1'mi Anuro Firemist
Drakafi Drum Wellington
t____.,., :
Gun Sit* D 2
Pepper Wine
Seawall Battle Slai
September Song Cxomlnci
Storm's Q ift
A. 2. ft. 1
Ah Ilaba
*tomie II S la bit* Kendal Fort
Lady Belle
The Gambler E I
B. 1. Comet
l.idy Pink s.ivar Bullet Oatcake S untune Watercres-.
& F 1
Antg Diam Uattalkm
Panas Adami Bowtnnnsioji
Count Coin
;.!jigii 1 .indmark Dulclbtlla Joint Coinii...(
Perfect Set Kebate War Lord Lary Bone-
Postacript
F t
C 1-
Beaufils Apullo April Flowwrt
F..bulous Bert Wishes
Fli.-uxic liontile Las-
leading Ailicle Brown Olrl
l.jcton Bullsey*
Srlorious Cactus
Swiaa Roll Clamentina
Southern Cross Colletort
Sun ^uaen TIbenan Lady Cuosternatiot cross Bow
Crosa Road-
C. t Dunes*
F.picur-
A M Illy FaeetJous
Painty Bess First Fhgt
Fair Contest Flame Flow '
Fair Sallv Foxglove
l.ientify Goblin
KidntMd llt-Lo
Kitchen Front Joan of Ai-
lank Stream Lady Itorr.r
Marine Light Mary Ann
Miss Panlr Miracle
-
F'actora Mountbatt.
Itiver Spri'' Misa Fnen t.,
-rflt? Page Bey
Sailor- Fui Perarvtran' *
SUtrry KIgh' Pharos II Hhoney Lai
Wt Quaen
WUliam II Riptide
Itivei MiM
Slnted
Sii B-rnat'l
Soprano
Straight Am.
Sun I--an
Sun Fire
The Ragle
Tornado
Tvphoon
Usher
Vanguaid
Wnterhell
ft I
Hatsam
Minuet te
Monsoon
silk Plant
Tango
\ 1
a s
nine Diamond
Bfahtnla?. Choia
Chindit
IX ana
Ftving Ann
Front Iloupei
Hawk'* Hill
Joan'* Stai
Lucky Shot
Maytlme
Mopsv
Otcedol
Sun Jewel
Wiirr.ar
Clasaiflers:
A S BRYDEN
T N PEIRCE
I. E R GILL
Subject to change in the aval I <>t any horse taking part in any
Meeting prior to the Barbados Mid-Summer Meeting 1850
JULY 16 NO. 128
The Topic
of
Last Week
When toti a- >^u^^. ui> Sunday
T* un* B.H * ana >
J^.rt M ... irl, ih- .. Mlii (
Mi*. Ni.ui>>t. in ih iw
va u> mm .-. lassiaai
*hi 11 i> iiih (o plav
A Ulila (ant* or latwila
Mm anoaWi>'- in ll>r ....

mi.. itialMMn' ay* "Vm hr-
k. rhui.d> rul an rrMat
t.i
\.vuna '.ii mm eeraar
Mim IhoMmtt- bkwh. th. ,.
Ml., Will Jiaa and M.rti-it 1.11 ,.,,.
1'ia-i Ihnia* ii Mat (-1. W aaa
r on ii.- 1 Alt .tarl fr,.m Ova thlitl claaa
When
U* a* a. . ^- i r
rememle.-^
Phensic !
When you teel -nit ettJ ,tJ /,
every mo.cnu-nt m.. '
to crv out ; i
Phcnk- will quKfclv case and
soothe the agony, hit pgta-canaad
tatigur. remove he
Pbcn-Mt neither harms Baf hean
aor upsers nu- saagfl I
pared lor andjdao patn keep .
supply ol I'hcnuc handy.
{Phetzstc
I fur quios, speedy relict
FROM Hf.D.CHlS RHEL'friC PAINS, LUMB)G0. I
RERVE P4INS, NEURALGIA, IMlUfHZA. C010S I CHIUS I
^ass
t-ia>.
'Stsr
No iimga. -r sm laan
Wl>anevr> 'Mm SnubtrtM-f ESkS
Jo* la*l Uuon OolMMr PTulat
And Incaa In nig. ha told lou
I' aUlaniat.1* -at, a* pnrU
Thai Ui'i mi-nod "Mack and fciua
So aalurda> iiu.n.lng adll.
Lou aaid Jo* Mat. i. Jiio lot hi. HumMr Cysla
nnt, -od* .
aponaored by
J & R BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blandcn of
JAR RUM
Here's a way to relief!
Do yon know llutt one of ilie
auan ol bauka'hi- lies in Ihr I hyy%t
Wkcn Ihrjarr taMl'liy Hi. ,
iii.iiiii ii.,- imi of the lytt.'iu tli
Inncuoii Whemhry ni.w alin .
niipu'itiod aivumulaie and |M nasatiagj
longwtMHi U attaa iwc aaaaa oi & kA.he.
1> W'ti'-. PilU si' -ip*. tally pit
uaied to help wake up mluggta)
kidnra,. rtwy haeailensui|[ aja
inliaepd. ai-Uon on Ihrse * rgann. nothing and reattning laani
to ihni nai.iial actieitr '-"
bai k" In lollow uatuial roust
It I* tar better to tackle thr i
hacka'tir than to co on saffaritaj It i *.i>
whi.li is hound lo affe^l toui s*i
hapuii.iHV Hui over half a oaatan l>-
Witt a 1'ills have twin Ditngiag i dtrf
stifforfs Ironi b.nkarhr and a
rC*nl Mintlt-f Iclti-la i.l i;rdtit
lo join i Iii-iiii .1 jiidobUon a a>ip|Hy to Li,
.......
snriH a i ii i i \ \ v i ii \ \
^
The Flying Springbok
i an immerm iimcnt whtrc. m ihe past, distance and t\
iv. howi-.L-r. the >Hyu%xSpnntl*-k H
Imofjtbj c.cn ycaraol Havel lo iiniiiitiHgiui In.ic>
'"' ''......h ipe of Good Hope fly tin. aircfafl I l
- it eld Job.iruicNlMjrg . Kimlwiley. and oul ol the I QJOB 10 N
ioui i I ondon linking v.itli Lurupcan and world -m linn
Ml agajnj s \ \ luvc increusod ihcir route miici |
.'.t iimiiciiv.- distances of virgin counlcy, nangg *.an>
lod Shell .iviauou ga.olinc.
inn Hh I I illlLITi /v I lit tlli


r.\r.r six
SCNDAY ADVOl \TF.
>l MDAY. Jt'LY 16. IS
CATHOLICS IN
BARBADOS
EARLY MORAVIANS Probation
Officer
At Work
i j minority, an
Um imvil oui Lad)
Fiitim*'" hu* brought it laic the
lime lifhi Barbados dm la "-
labour*, and hi
U.nd u n.ve Chun*. c"un* -""" on ,nc E"',Ue "dc
,
m u
, n io iiuv.
i ......
, HM ."'
io the rmt or so. An,,.-.
,.,, n mum of i.,...
Ukllid. II , tlirrrlra.- '"' '
,nu not I
IM .....""' '.....>> ''"
ons In thu
The llr.t Chinches . : "Sf: .- ..
tar dw AnibMii*. Ihn i.. niinop. iimi
,, ,,..,..,., .,.,. : !..:. h. ISM. the-
viuus la IJ7. nd built their Hi ""'"
Church in ITU*. The WM S*vS!!*?l_E
wi-k the next on in. I, V|,V"',AK*"
nucleus, of Wl< exist- 'sand " \"th of Ma> IBM.
iice, termed by some of the -ol- Aflcr the death of Father
in Ireland Their first Church -.. Fa' ei O'Dotuially, there wu no
KJ by a mob of young men resident priest, and the llishc.p
if the upper classes In 1K23 promised lo do nil in his power to
i*_,____*__ fodUM MM <>f the Religious order*
Persecution to tal over Use Muori in IBM.
Religious persecution cam* uan (, rcc-ordi-d thai Father Henry
end whilst the D-kc of WclJtagton ,n, s,1(.u>t of jMUI>
*N fna* Minister. Lord J ,unh. and
RlimU >uceeeded in carrying a ,' h' ,k MlWoi. hiu been
Bill, which enabled dissenters to "** **" ,;,,.,?," STSe
i.id rnuntelptJ or Oovn......d ,V:l^r^nCe
ufflcea. At lam. through the feai " P1**' .
ol civil war in Ireland, similar Hcklc l-aic
relief wat given to Catholic-, by Fi.kU- fat* t<*k .i hand
the Catholic g^nancipeUon itiii of n itt<
182*1. II was not, however until 23rd IM2. struck ., HM M DM
ien year* after the passing of this Catholic* In this community when
act by P IM Ant n great part of tin I'm Ia'itv ami
.ill iwi < < toll
Church in Barbados are found On was soon rebuilt,
the 2th of Februan it**, the rather BuTtcklaacI, who wa8 in
gentlemen of l(om;m Catholic !>- charge "f this Church In the
Uef hold a meeting and j ra the Leal century, had
lion was passed to petition *! . great desin gel l i
Roman Cathohc Hi-hop ..i Trlnl- h, malnUlned that there m
dad, for reaidoni prleat, and they much work I nun* in
encased Lbameehn to lubacribe Barbadoa He mau
and imrm i i iix-d f4" funds enough to build the Convent
for his annual salary |n fl i < mirchyard, and Ma
In reply tx> this petition, the In gettuig Rev Mother Ursula t>
Right Rev. I>oetor M.cl)onnell, I*, the foundress. She came wil'i
appointed the Rev. Wm Rogers another si-ter. and oiiened a school.
to the mission On his arrival heir L..'' >ll"i iy His I>ird-
he was welcomed by the OOngre- .,,;,,. BWwp Kutlrr. hi found an-
giilton. ho propose.1 to DUlld n other Convent at British Guiana
church as soon as possible ThU i 1894. Blaho,, Butler re-
W wea unanlnvwM with the eon- queated Rev Mother Stanislaus o!
gregation wlwopeoetl a wbacrip n,e British Ouiana Convent to take
Son list and Father Rogers went nvrr fnm . S],I(.rs of Morcy in
p.. rl tod the Convent

ministration the numbers arew
Rev Moll er Angela
educationalist with thirty
u Iv the**Catncaica .i":
Island only numbered 513. """ for the "' '"
Committee
on ihe lai of Beptember, I83i.
a me-'tmu of the congregation wai
held and it Commutes wa.i p-
polnted lo consider the DUrchaM
nf ,i -pot of land, lust over Bl
acre in extent, l-plonghm to M olroom at the Garrison.
Walcutt, and situated In Jemmott's which was loaned for the 00-
I^ane This situation was consid- eoaton; the Church was soon re-
ered as admirable, and the land |(llm ,,,. -(1 the energj >f Pothel
i for ].5oo of Hognn The Leglalaturi made
which 1.000 was paid down The 8ran, of t200 In aid of this, and
"M-*lffy?, yi J l Cwa' "dbeeriptlons im.l donations were
STSn uT ^.k ^iif'iJS* 'iv'" not ml) DV Catholics, but
WWd B Halj of Whotn Hla Urd- bv prote.tant, ,.nd -tews alike
nip Bishop klacDonnell spoke" Convent u outarowinK
I hlv |n his letter to the .,JV\ ' ht.iMirSi in ihe
Commitl.T on his decision to send J" } "r, ,ho1 nuildin^ in the
a Iciest Other names found on Churchyard and when the i
thti Committee are Mr. P. Dil- "f"** "r '' ."
Ion (whose son afterward- htcame Kso c*me n ,nP mn'^et. it was
trailer of Cuatoma), Mr. Dri- pur< Convent n
mm and Mr. Tho*. Stevens. moved then Tl ii the level* rasa
The plan nf the churr-ti was rlenee known In man. at "UN
maile bv Major Hott <>r the ai-d ofn" bemme the home of the
Reelmcnt then stationed at Bar- "TXrauUne*1 Covenl of Ba
bado* This Church was to have This lovely building BOOT proved
been ^j,'. ited to Bl Bdward the to ba | io -011111 and lha realdence
Confessor. The corner-slone was SujnJnervlluV Ml purchased and
laid on December ?4.lh IB40. hut fln0,i |o it. Todav thi* lovely
due to the lack of funds. Father Convent li the horn- 0' many
Poaers would not continue with ,(.hool fhIHren. not ^rxU trnm the
M.'o^SSk en JiJt Tnto"- ^T Pi"T TT SS"J2?**
trae. for the construction of St nent of South America, an II-
PMriek1 Chun* More monev reeoanlse'l as one of lhP leariine
l.nd been contributed In the mean'- edura-ional Institutions in this
while, and the names of officer*- aeea
NLSrUNG quietly at the
loot 01 the gentle slopes ol
the hills of St. Thomas he
tween Grand View and
Baqatelle Plantation is the
original Moravian Church
yard of Sharon. '
It in known by few. But
once a year the Moravian
Community make short
visits as a pilgrimage to
the firat spot on which the
Founders taught their gos-
p.i.
Within the small buriul
place are tombs over the
remains ol Moravian
Priest whose name* sug-
gest their countries of
origin. Simply engraved on
slate which is as fresh to
day as when they wore
originally done are the
following inscriptions:
HERE .n this <>u.et spot
can bo aeon fragments of
the original church destroy-
ed by the Hurricane of
Id31 To-day in place of
tho church aland the houses
of simple country folk who
y nwaio of the signi-
ficance of Ihe spot and of
its history. After the original
church woe destroyed
slaves liflod Ihe roof and
such parts as thoy could.
:.' hills lor a distance
of about two miles, where
to-day is the Church of
Sharon.
The original church oc-
cupied about two acres of
land now under agricul-
tural crops of varyinq
types and partly occupied
by the two houses shown
in the picture.
IOHN ANGEBMAN. IOHN BENNETT,
December 1775 May lllh, 1772.
IOHN MONTGOMERY
SAMUbX HERR. luly 27th. 1791.
Februtny 24th. 1773 ONE UNIDENTIFIED
The encloeod graveyard if th<
Church.
original Sharon Moravian
through the Island- in r.use wl -
serlpttoni from the othet i
communities, which wen i i
e; than the one at B01
li Is found that in 1871, twenty-
two reari ..ft-pi ttx ..:,...-, ,. naiy.
Fir*
the rnjM
Of 13th June. 18117. whan si
Pit! Ich : Ohui lettroved
Bervtcaj a*n then held
*fc:
The tombs ol iho early Moravians.
Tarthest away Is that of i hn Montgomery after whom the
present Boys' School was named.
Two small h
acres on which th<
1 occupy parl ol the original Iwo
Mood.
WASHINGTON, July II
Commander Julius M Amber-
son, of the U.S. Navy, Bureau ul*
Medicine and Surttery. left Wash-
ington today for Venezuela to lend
assistance to health authoHtlei in
maklna a nirvej of plagiie in
that country, it was announced by
the Pan American Sanitary
Bureau. Regional Office of the
World Health Organisation. Com-
mander Amboraon is accompanied
Plague In Venezuela
hv Dr" Ernst Schwari, also of thi
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
A small foeUa Of plague In Vene-
I'l.. caused sporadic out-
bra-aki of human oases over .<
period of years Tins plague
reservoir nvently became active
BSjlln, and the Ministry of Health
requested the technical assistance
Bureau in making thorougfl
study of this problem with
> 10 '.dc elumiiiinoti of tii
rtnhH of infection
Am I hi-
JOHN BURKE, formerly
iteUNWDS journaUSt, is now -
i'lubalion Oitlcer attached lo one
ot the London courts. In a BBC
i ifgiamme he Ulked about nfu
*ora and said that the Probation
umcer's orhcial job u
dvfgg and befriend" oltendei.
.ue believed tu be willing i
mead their ways. This mean-
.aiding other pe->pte's bUBUtei
.Much is. he said "usually of mucn
. ..Her interest than minding
:i | own
In Court
Ihe Officer first BMOtl
. LTandes ui court and the magis-
trata or judge asks him to report
on the possibility of probation H
he th.nks the prisoner worthy ot
U^etmont other than prison or
Borstal By the time the remand
period i over the Officer, bj
.ung the prisoner at home, ha
icarnt as much as he can about
potential client Ih-obalion
Ufllcera can help In so many
nllercnt ways, by finding homc-
MOplO places to live, by irit. |
i tewing employers or Labom
I \r liange Omcials. by OCTlng
lomoatta troubles and sometime*
b> lending money U> equip a man
i Itn the tools of his trade befort
ho goes job-hunting. Burke re-
tailed the th.rty-year-old nuin o:i
i.r>*i*aUon who had been
. i
louat) He had no relative
me. work OT mone> an <
bl| recause he also lacked
t Helping Ul
lading money for clothes, a plan
i ik .,, d 11 il
could maki frlaadi All there
i .mil the man i
i,ow finding for himself U
-, net-led Such sell
.especl. said Burke, was vital!,
mportant and U it could b>
mluccd to grow rxOOl evrn Super-
ncial beginnings the deORel
lid follow in its wnk<
Frieud^ip
He felt that befriending pris-
ms probably more lmpor-
:.nil than either assisting
idvising them, for many offend'
*pho come to the courts are ulte
friendless, a pitiable condition in
vhlcta to bo. Many fnendshij.
ormed i*>tweeii offwan and tl*
charges during the ptobatmn pei
Rera'arda, which seems
prove their strength and dur*-
Mlity In miiny cases such
;>v nil .i gap an l-robation Ofrlcers spend muoli
tune on correspondence wi'
former probationers who hnvt
become scattered a'l ovei tl,.
v rorM When such cordlaUt)
exists the Officer's job become
easier and it means he li OTelcon
when he visits the home Most
probation Officers have a rasnjlai
h areek when their pro-
baUooera visit them to repori
.iv be twenty callers in
SB everllng and for each the OfT,
eei must make a quick menta1
.idjustment and quickly bring b
mind and continue the conversa-
t on dropped the week before
The Type
The type ur people who bcco.m
!'ini,i,in>ii Olllcers difTers widely
Most ot Ihem. Burke found, begai
life as something quite dilferen'.
Those he knew varied from mer-
r bi amen to preteentona (oo
balleis. The service began if
Kngland m 1907 when I'olic
'.*ourt iniNSlonar.es of that time
became full time Probation Oili
cers, but now recruits are tumm
under Home Office tuition Some
DO .i t*o-year course, others l.-r.v
but all do a great deal of pra tl
cal social work. A knowledge
mental illness Is of lha
help because If the Officer el
recognise the possibility of ment
disturbance he can arr.uu
immediate treatment rather thai.
arasta time on a caw which i-
unable to respond The ideal Pro
Ualion Officer, said Burke, should
have a deep Insight Into human
-----------fsilings. kindliness, authority,
has had wisdom, friendliness, ami I SBS1
Ileld Of discipline, plus several othM
udeilnable qualities Such I pal
idei \
q
i lenl and nea i>opu-
i and will make an epi- agon did not exist but there wci
demlMOClcal rodent and msec*, dozens of fine men and women
rAirvej Of the Infected arm, The |n the courts todav whose work
Lb rtUdy is the wan of the greatest value. "Doe
. Rafael Itangel. 4,132 the probation system, new as i
l .,,,1. and the studv ls. ,,,-hlev,- worthwhile results'
Ihe lluie.m lt.,med the collar unll will psnd iioiu six to eigh. He said "1 think the answer cm
oration of Commander J M weeks In thll endemic ares < onlv he -Yes. it does."
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"1 had t>eD uflrrir.^ fror-.
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knew bow to use them Th-n I
was told to try Kru*< hei
and after nalar one I
found relief. So, of couraa. 1 have
kebt oa with It. am B a
jghly better and have never felt
ao fit for yean l w-
mlaerabl* aad alnifiih. but now
i' ie a plaaaare to work instead
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IT IS -NOT only in Barbadrw lhat Iho
opinion of the experts is constantly flouted.
In London a short time ago Lord WlMM
a forme- Governor of Cyprus told a meet-
ing of the Anti-Slavery Society (whose
secretary is Barbadian C. W. W. Green-
ld>) that the Colonial Office was over-
burdened and consequently often cumbrous
in its working.
Mr. Ivor Thomas who was not very long
ago Parliamentary Under-secreury of
Slate for the Colonies told the Women s
East African League in London of his own
personal experience at the CdkmlaJ Office
and openly advocated that then- ought to
be two Secretaries of State one for Africa
and one for the rest of the Colonies. Like
many another before him Mr. Thomas got
his reward. He was sacked and replaced
by Mr. Rees Williams whose misunder-
standing of colonial peoples can hardly
ever have been surpassed by any holder of
that office.
Lord Winster was quite sure that he
was not the only ex-colonial Rovemor who
felt he could have achieved much more
successful results had he been able to Ret
decisions more quickly from the Colonial
Office. Almost every Governor must sup-
port this dictum from his own sad experi-
ence.
But l.ord Winster went further than
that. He attributed agitation and unrest
in the Colonies to the cumbrous Colonial
machine. He suj; nested that the post of
Secretary of State for the Colonies has
never ranked sufficiently high in the Cab-
inet hierarchy and that too many Minis-
terial changes have been made without
any regard to the qualifications of the man
appointed. In seven years he noted then
had been seven Secretaries of State for
the Colonies,
And then he hit the bulls eye. Hi- noted
what has been noted so often by people
who have lived both in large sovereign
countries and in colonies. He noted lha'
the appointment of well meaning but in-
experienced Ministers leaves them in the
hands of their permanent udvisers. As ;i
result millions an- in effect governed by
bureaucracy . probably one of the wnr.i
of all possible forms of government."
If ever anything has been put in a nut-
shell Lord Winster has provided the ex-
ample. To-day bureaucracy Is at a pre-
mium in all colonies because with the
exception of gay cavaliers like Lord Bald-
win who stirred up feelings of glory and
hopes of freedom from colonial nursing
strings most Governors to-day are really
perfect civil servants and therefore perfect
bureaucrats.
It is precisely that triumph of bureau-
cracy (which insists on a thing being done
in a certain way and therefore is inevit-
ably for the bureaucrat the only right way)
which provides the feeling of frustration
in colonial areas where the party of the
governing and the governed are not often
drawn from the same stock.
Lord Winster's suggestion that there
should be a separate Secretary of Stale
for Africa and one for all the other colonies
has been canvassed now for many years
by Mr. Ivor Thomas and by hundred:, of
others who have equipped themselves to
comment on British Colonial policy.
Tin- West Indies in particular have been
increasingly geared down to the slow patv
of progress which has been achieved in
Africa, ''.hey ought instead to L atfihated
with the Departments of Slate which deal
.. )th the Dominions. Whether there is not
also a good case tor there being a separate
Secretary of State for the Colonies of the
Atlantic is debatable, bul m any event the
sooner thai the West Indies are loosed from
the present cumbrous machinery which
now controls their destinies the soom r
will their real needs get the attention from
the British public which their activities
with respect to sugar and cricket have done
much to publicist Wh> will Great Britain
not pnj more attention to her own experts?
We cannot follow if she will not lead.
\..I..I...IIIM."
MRS A W. L. SAVAGE broadcast an
appeal last week to the people of Barbados
for them to register as blood donors. Mrs
Savage was performing a most useful Mi -
vice to the community in making such an
appeal The need for blood trunsfusions
in the treatment of many cases is now
rCOgnlied and since the speed with which
such transfusions can be made, is an im-
portant factor in the chances of recovery.
il is necessary that the Hospital authorities
should know where they can obtain blood
without delay.
In large countries the Hospitals have a
blood bank to which donors may give
thtll blood at any time. The blood is then
sterilised and kept in refrigerators until
the time when it is needed for use. In
Barbados such a course cannot be adopted.
Sterilisation is a technical process and the
staff is not available. The steps which it
is hoped to lake, however, will help very
greally in enabling the hospital to gel UN
necessary blood with the least delay.
The Hospital has come in for some con-
siderable criticism of late and when step*
are taken to increase efficiency and the
facilities offered to the patients, the general
public should be anxious to do all in their
power to help. It ia regrettable, therefore.
lhat the response to the appeal should have
been a poor one. It is not enough that
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will register. It is the duty of every par-
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so may one day be the means of saving not
only a fellow Barbadian's life bul the life
uf one near and dear.
11 is the especial duly of the middle
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those who have telephones and minutes
may be important in the treatment of the
particular case.
The number of registered volunteers
aimed al is 200, or one thousandth of the
population Will the people of Barbados
allow this conservative target to appear un-
attainable? Will they let it seem that they
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them or so callous that they will nol under-
take so small a matter? For there is no
risk and little discomfort.
Perform what can only be a civic duty
and send your name and address lo Mrs.
Savage c o Government House
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THEM CAMT FOSS1 ' U A OILOVCR *
Sitting On The Fence
ll> 'V.tli.i.iM I l.iililsiiis
"To treotftlM r. itidnmll
muscles,*1 writes a yoga ex-
fprt. "sit croft, hands on
With | gfrtjOMnt i'>
u.* right, Man > roiai 'churning' ii.i.vi'r.itm whole abdominal
drawing Iho abdomen up be-
low the nt* mul am
the InttMin.-
i ,[.< You can do it.
wh
Alien
i hi
Yet More Speed
MEMBERS of the public welcome the
efforts of the police to ensure greater safely
on the roads and support the recent heavy
lines imposed by the Police Magistrates
which have been upheld by the Court of
Appeal in punishing breaches of the traffic
reflations Many drivers still crave the
exhilaration of speed and yet more speed.
It would be interesting for the sociologist
U) investigate the psychology of Ihe desire
for speed To what extent is it due to the
insecurity of the modern world and a
desire for escapist excitement?
Whatever the reason is. il is true that the
motor vehicle constitutes a danger to
human life no less acute than war. In u
report published recently it was staled that
in America the motor car has killed nine
times as many Americans as all the wars
the United Stales has been involved In since
it fought Britain for independence in 1776.
The enormous figures given for road
accidents were M2.000 killed and 32.070,000
injured. These figures should make every
motorist pause and consider the results of
his driving and make him vow to obey most
strictly the code of rules issued for the
safety of rood users.
But then* will always be some who will
not obey. Those will serve as a lesson to
others and their fines will help to swell the
island's revenue.
"The srrnr l.s a lirt-cla>.s
railway compartment. In nr
cornrr lul man is tr\in* t.
rrad a neunpaper. tlppo-iii-
him in a thin, inten.se nun
iruntlni a* he rotates in- ..h-
domrn
WHAT tho dcvtl arc VOtl
Churning my stomach. Bar.
i- iroui iton sen (Mi of milk
sir*
IfO, <'
Then what .in* yi.ii churning 11
for. sir'.'
To fXtrrlM it. sir. Yoyo, sir
Dammit, or, do you consider
iIk the proper place for an exhi-
bition of foragn mumbo Jumbo?
hi paid (Of "(/ leaf, Hr.
have i. -il
thai in-. H >. I i (riled la
n uottr Mint Kmiaen.
v itomaefl doaml need; chui -
nlng, sir.
By In* ; of il I icould w it
needs rhurmnu. kneaOMng, and
itappflMi sir.
How dan you, an. What the
devil arc you doing now'.'
DrawtM mi. abdominal up be-
loie ni|/ FIN BRd .vi|iicc-liip my tn-
lestines against "'V spine. Sir
.....ii tick, air?
Illy, sir.
In case of accident*, I shaii re-
move rnys.if io .mother com part-

You're ,i,s[ , lime, irir
It i- predicted that if iB-
othei World war should break
out front-line little* will be
t.-i. vised
Kimi! In.' ti
this yet lha era to b a
particularly as the swifter id*
vanes ot kIsom In war may
produce the two-way talfcio
teun Iston
Then the busy bodies who
want to make the de u
happy -'in '-Irani <
chats between one nf the dear
boys In a rest billet behind
the line and the plu< ky little
woman jt home
HULLO. <:
Hullo. Mabel
You all right*
y. I'm till mill. Kids all Then why does a man
I can't hat have to be a batsm
fr ihtjrn ill rtflM. You Ua on of fh rules.
Qoorge l^>ok About this playing for time,
f.,.. What happens?
6/ course, fw dirty. What do // we van ttay in all rfay ire
rjgHI I'unK' Ihtl is? An ohday shan't lose
i Then who wins'*
You don't av- to be sarky. Nobody.
Wh.tt ui. wiu goin to do Well that's tine. That's swell.
That's what makes the game so
. i .....Hi irith the fascinating.
When you've u'atched (his gam
old estamiiM'f l
Cord, ichat a
Out v. r I
Mi Modi
rmasAfi *
type?
ere Shr ain't
I g \lOUT old
A\mt Agaw
Yi 6 ive to insult my
.' i you goto there
.. and the old rln
hlanc
.it A drink?
Look
Itke you

(or thirlu pears poii'N understand
('."/< Has this game been
gotna on for 3" i
The game of rrirfcet has been
going on for at least nco OffSstUr-
OK fella. Ytni 1
it.
Let's skip
Hello, Chumley
To the question asked in Prav-
dai Is il true that language w
twayi of a class character
Field Marshal Captain Gfll
er.ilissimo-I.ance-Corporal Stalin
Don't get answers "No."
it t t'hii'tmas leave As he admits in the
on that . ittCM lhat he doesn't know
ITord it. thing about philology, It might
todqfs Sftitids
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BRUSSEL SPROUTS
FAItltOWS GIANT PEAS
SWIFT'S MUTTON & PEAS .....
SKVI1.LE ORAMOI MARMALADE ........
HUNTLEY s A PALMER'S SALAD sticks
PINEAPPLE JAM.............
COW & GATE GLUCOSE .............
MACKEREL ....... ..........
KOLLOWAY8 DRY GUI
PHOSFEHINE TONIC WINE
SCHWEPPES TONIC WATER
CORNED PRPPIR8
HOT SAUCE................
BRIDAL ICING SUGAR.......
CANDLES BUM h V-:' QrOtn Red
"1
2-ib. Tin
Per Tin
-lb. Tui
Pit Tin
. EM
.43
.SJ
1.10
2.24
.06
.30
2.S0
2.40
36
.32
3
YEAR OLD
COCKADE
FINE RUM
%IM a bollle a<
si i vw# i it. ston a to. i.rn.
- i.ittle Will's needln new have been better If he had left the
itt.iecu's growln out of matter alone.
everything For what is true about Britain
livil. .. lonp. .liabel. I'm off |s probably true about any othei
country. That Is to say. the upper.
So hmk. Oeorga Wish I was or educated, classes have a lan-
there to look after you. guage and pronunciation quite
Me, loo. I don l think. distinct from the growling-- and
OK., I frt lh.il There ate mutterings of the soml-litenite
two batsmen. And they run once peasants.
bttWUM the wickets to score one
run Don't they have to hit the It is also true of maoMl sand
ball somewhere to score? place names
Yd. Take the classic case of the
Then why ain't they hittin' If English name Cholmondelcy
Theu don'l tcai f to off out. which, for the purpose of foxing
Do they uw|a> get out when 'he peasantry and masting for-
Ihey hit It? ci^ncrs look silly, is pronounced
Not alu-ayi Oh. Bravo. Listen Chumley.
to the cheers.
Chaan for what?
Thai u-as a maiden i>uer. Six
halls bowled irlthoul a score.
I- verylxKlv glnd when nothin'
',*-*-***.*-*-'.'.**-
,*.-.-,',-,-.-. ;::'s.-.
S*>?4>rt Yvur . .
urn in \
From DACOSTAS
An American once told me he
thought he would be smart about
English name pronunciations when
he first came here He knew about
Chumley for Cho1mnndelc\ Grovf>
ner for Grosvcnor, and Warnck
for Warwick. So when he met n
man called Hlantagcnet he s.iid.
"Howdy, Plunkett."
It's nol guile ll af. The boun\.
hai beSU sfcilful nouoh to pre- "fjj*
i -r Ihsj bctffnW liittino a score
Al you Mid hi didn't
want to tut the ball In ran he
When told Plantagcnel was pro-
Thai's because ".>. olaymg for nounced as spelt, the American de-
'<" uad because he's not really cided to call all Englishmen Smith
a batsman. Then he met one called Sniythc
I thought. But and went home defeated.
t-.hat Is he?
A bowler.
Then what's he batting for*
>tir botrlers have to bat.
DO Oil batsmen have to bowl '
No.
Wh.'
Becauu- sonie can't bowl.
It's the same wtth Mokpo
south-west of Seoul, In Korea.
Some call it Mookpo, some Muk-
poo. and some Mucki-poo-poo.
The natives call il Muckpot.
which it is. ,
London Exprej
Ser
BY THE WAY *> s^***
r-I-MlE words "A big nil t.ither
M. surmounted her hat" gave me
a pleasant picture of Ml acrobatic
iront iiii'linn on his
head instead of 00 his own. Hi
size explains why he mi
keep her hat on He needed a,big
brim to take part o| hi a*
Whether red referred to h
cal convictions or to his drinking
h.bits I di> not know 01 I " >' ""
at a wild party It would surely
souikI i little old-fashioned to
have to confess, when asked "Who'i
fiat on your hat?" "Oh thai'-; my
father."
Ki-purU-r 6V| Frying Start
A CUIi reporter hoped lo win
a hu .spurs the other day. For
his purpose he chose the hardy
annual .story about the hut weatli*
er. He dashed out, fried an egg
on the pavement in Fleet-street,
cam buck and WTOH It up. "Sizzle,
sizzle." began the story. But the
News Editor rejected it angrily
"ll's a scoop," said the reporter.
"No other paper has the story so
far." ."It might be news if some-
one frose an egg In this weather,"
stid ihe News Editor. So off wenl
the youngster and froze an egg
in the refrigerator of a tea-shop.
"I meant on the pavement." *ai the patient News Editor, signing
;it: expense sheet for two eggs.
Ol II HI AIM IIS SAY:
Help!
The Editor, The Advocate
SIR."Government takes i'J'.i
of the profits of every business In
Bridgetown" 1 read that some-
wherethen mu U- I can ask
Government t high COtt of living.1'
To be taxed 52*3 on proitu
whvii "I'rict- Control" allows ap-
proximately 4U'", on landed cost of
goods sold in most leading stores
in Bridgetown do
allow too much attraction to
business, and to ask any help from
merchants is asking a lot. Never-
thc-lr: u- inv intelligence Is nol
in line with such high economics.
1 will confine my appeal along
what concerns DM, and mn bu
everyone else."high cost of liv-
ing" and how it will help especi-
ally the "white collar worker"
Why? Because unfortunately a
too true racord U kept of their
wages, compared with a lot of
very well paid WOrlfll in other
fields who do not pay taxes. Tho
"white collar wtsrkoru" an Inrt
victims of elnuiiudaoooB.

plight bv alknrljig lha very
necessary Items in food and
M to be Duty PI
1- in< TarlfT'
we see the average duty la seldom
lass than 10% and very often more
If from f
) times more duty collected on
Si
IhO .one items, and who pays in
'l.e ellil.'
For instancein 1939 u Shirt
costing $1.00. I0*i Ihity and
Freight was sold for around $l.oU.
Tod.iv the same Shirt if you can
get It coating $3.00. 10% Duly ( ajaj bil 20 .1 it 1- mote often
loreign m .'.. i an.l Freight chargi
added, plus 30''; mark up as al-
lowed bv "Price Control" is $3 00
plus lo-i$330 plus 30%.J.
Take away the 10% Duty, leaving
the landed COSl at $3 00 and only
the 30% on. that Shirt can then
he sold al $390a difference Of
3;i<- The Govrnment's contribu-
tion will then be the 10% on $3011
30c. and the merchants will not
then make the 30% on the 10%
on $3.00.
Although! il will also be bene-
fiting those who do not pay Taxes.
It will also help very mm SB the
.'eicr "
1 will also mention items liko
Ladles'. Gents' and Children*
Hose, where any exceeding 18.
it Dull || 3d. on each pair or
I-- on foratgU import these
'id up to a considerable
ninount by the end of the month
especially to those who must wear
BU to work everv day or
j children.
Spending money on play field'
Is all right, but saving money on
clothing is more essentialor
would you rather have a nudist
camp In our mldt T t f 11
SUFFERER
Pi-ucv Of t.luitttthi
TO The Editor. The Advocate
SIR,- In the "Advocate" I
July 14. I was pleased to read uf
Ml PaBdlt Nehru, the Indian
Minister making an effort G0I
Peace.
Ix-t iis have | "Ghandi Week'
and invite all others to do the
same, struggling for Peace m Ihi-
world of beautytrying to *loi>
bloodshed and massacring by
wcrfare.
May the spirit of the pool
Peacemaker Mahatma Ghandi
enter the heart- of the enemy
Hoping "Ghandi Week" may
t;tke place ;is ;i -teiipini- stone
PEACE LOVER.
7tiw Together
The Editor. The Advocate
Silt [o a feature article in
your issue of Thursday last cap-
tioned "Hope for Education" by
John Bull, many of the alleged
defects in our Educati^-. I
are condemned and undue signifi-
cance i attached to the fact thai
Mr Adams arreed with and
thanked Mr. E. K. Waleott for his
speech in the House on the 4th
Instant The opinion la expressed
that If these two ever "came to-
gether" it would be a combination
which would benefit H
inwuon-elv Another opinion of
very doubtful value is i
(fact that Education in
Barbados has missed the strong
hand of Howard Hayden
Was It not when Mr E K
Waleott and Mr. Adams were 10-
othei in lha Executive, and with
mi id ward Haj km at Dlroetoi
of Education. lh..t we k< t Sii|-'i-
iinnualmn without Teehnieal or
Vocal i Schools, Ago Grouping
without Compulsory Education,
end Ihc 5 bond which, con-
trary to popular liclicf.
boon repe itad'
Yours sincerely.
JOI '"
llridgebiwn.
15th July. IBftO
Worn Out
The FdHor. The Advocate
SIR.As Bus congestion still
remains the topic of the day. fl
would like to state my UMTVa ica
..:. ;i passciiki'i it'.Wr OK '
f.ire to reach the new Bus si'md
in lrobvn Street why I am dished
off In the Lower green, and have
to walk a distance which through
broiling'sun. seems lik,
up Broad Street and
traffic, cross a bn-iKC. to act to
nation
Tliis aaani 0OB| injustice nnd
time Is valuable to all God's
.corn out
paying the Bus. and still having to
walk Hence I protest.
TRAVELLER.
Free To Trawl
Dm idUor, Hw .1
Silt 1 read ith in'.

page 4 of the Bai bad lahrai itc
dated July ISth
In It is slated clearly the great
need t. i Emigration from the
V. I- .in We should be Ire"
to travel, there should be no scr-
ut u iiher Bpoakjng
for H.irbados. and its over-i)op-
ta, whoro great suffering
i>n\ nK and mas>cs ekelng out an
existence .nid no i^itletthe need
We feel that UK. and
Mi United States, brother and
mother, are respanaibte for our
welfare We an looking but to
no avail Who U iireventing the
Wesl liuhe fioti netting an out-
let* Our people will become
reekleal and indt'iTent and de-
terjorale if nol llowed tn emi-
gniteWe want I i get Out
HARBAD1AN
Pravrs For U.S.A.
The Editor. The /doocafe
SIRThrough this medium T
beg to express for the i>eople nf
"nrbados. or nv. country, the*
sympathy felt for American lads'
II d air. hi their present
great struggle ag-onst Communist
Set Hark
The Editor. The Advocate
SIR.On behalf of Emigratlo!
activity for the West Indies with
its "grave problem" r>f over Pppu
latlon as expressed by Mr. C. W
W. Greenldge it should occupy tirst
place in schedule for advance-
ment in Barbados and other W I
colonies.
\ thjaeta of Britain and allied
wftfa United Nanoni an
he given every encouragement U
go nbroad and develop our lives
in countries larger, and when-
work is available.
To be deprived of this prtvllagt
is m direct set back to the ambi-
tions of West Indians.
WEST INDIAN.
K
Dei ply grieved also to hear of
the great cruelly done to them by
'
Americans are peaee-lnving and
have extended a helpitur hand to
many foreign nations. Her shores
'
k her language.
prayers go up for her
-in- of tnal.
BARBADIAN
. rhe Adopewfa
SIR.I am sure the man;
householders who are anxlousl;
waiting for a telephone connec-
tion will be somewhat dlsappoint-
"! .it the complacenl statement
bj Sir Alexander Roger that Bar-
badOa has "a small but verv effic-
ient system "' The only thing
lould agree whn is the wotd
iall. I
leave II to those who are so for-
tunate or la It privileged to
-iihseriber^. oi the T*aS0b
Company to say whether the ser-
anjoy i- "vit* efficient."
JOB
Where
Items
You'll find the Right
at the Right Prices
NOH IN STOCK - -
STKAINKKS CAN 0TBNBBS
SPATULAS
iHtir TINS. BOIX HOLDEBS
TOWKL bars. uki:\i> tins
ROTARY BOO BEATERS
KITCHEN FORKS and
SPOONS, ETC.. ETC.
Daf OSTA A Co-
DRY GOODS DtPT
^cl.
Some
experience
alone can
leach.
i\V .!". Fishing is One.
ng
Blending Hum
is another
Alter years ol experience in the blending of
GODDARDS m wa RUM
You are simply fortunate to provide your
(riends wilh ihc finest Cocktails.
Be sure to insist on "MM II lilt VIIV'
then you can be sure of Drinks at their
BEST.


SUNDAY, JULY 1. 1950
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
I'M.I MSI
Why America
Must Not Fail
Obviously It i* too early lo
estimate with am
whether the *p<.rk in Korea- has
rid eooflaanUoo But I
1 11,ink il uitlik
Mmh depend
Mm rndna .i Um battle, n
Southern Kama
rerrun to ir*
invaders the task ol America
enormously heavier
But. having accepted the chal-
lenge. America must achieve vic-
tory whatever the cost. If she
iiid not, her prestigeanil ours
across Asr ami the ettl
would >*' rinttvid
Risk Too Great?
RUSSIA, on the other hand, if
she decides not to cmcrue from
the shadows into the open war.
can accept the check, as she
accepted the check Imposed by
the Berlin air-lift It seem.* most
likely that she will.
Boom aaj thai the swift reac-
Uen of America must have sur-
prised arid dumb-founued her. I
doubt that. It must atwaj | i
been in her caleulauV
Mora iik.iy riM wi
to ic.iiii lor future luidanca just
how far she could go Having
learned, aba will know better
how to pay the next cards.
It seems improbable that she
desires to become involved in
upon war. At least, not yet. Open
war, which aba knows im,.r.. war
to the death. Is too great a risk.
I do not think she is prepared
lu put her destiny to thai
gamble.
The Red Pot
Untfl lha last shot Is fired In
Korea there must be moments of
high tension We should be on
our guard lest we make recurring
crises more acute by loud and
wild war talk.
But at leasl vw should remem-
ber two facts Communism Is 0
revolution Revolutions cannot
aland -till Tiu-v muni either to
Hj .llibn laOl linn
forward or back
Anu Conimunlam, ever, witta .11
ihe checks it is now suffering, is
1! for retreat
if hai ntoWta In Ken
punch on the noat an
daeMtt IO accept the situation.
*h* will nuiel. I-
sabotage eaajgaaggi
neUvMiai elsewhere and avoid
open anu
She will keep one trouble spot
after another round her pcrlmeV
bubbling and boiling
That has be*n her policy ever
since the worH war OB
has paii bat ampta dtt 1
And ne will continue it until
the Communist revolution suc-
ceeds or 1
Our Need
Therefore, the second point to
ranaambar is ihj- even complete
victory for America in Korea will
not solve in the slight.
the major problem shaking ihe
world today
That problem 1* to achieve MOM
Il basly of ur:. I
nan Britain and America
I racfa a-, will ensure us
a period of peace, a nb
tranquillity, and some degree of
common friendship
Nothing that happens In Koma
ran solve that problem, it- enlu-
tkm will coma eventually i.ol
from war but from "Jtesmanship.
And when yOU .ivuv the mess
the world is in today you cannot
but realise that we lack state.-
manship even more than we lack
ships planes and lighting men.


., I I.IT .ill.' II
It
, :.. ,:,
fllcU
. .
I
upon to .
1*1 Um new rulers
of China, whom we n;.v.
nised Deep and grave trouble
could .rise fr m that
The plain fact is that we hava
put ourselves in a difficult si'ua-
Uon t> persistently nagleuHj to
.. JiUI Up tl 1 I Hi" 1.11
and Hie Commonwealth I
..
between the two
POWan dominating Ihe Beat and
the West.
In iiny conflict we mual
ouraclvoa with the Waal There
iltamatlrV open lo it:
Bui .1 a.11 ba bod '"i lha world
I MH l"r us if we ,vcr
lose our indei-'iidence -if iiiog-
ment and action when ei
veiops. And an lanvtni thin
. . .1 is. ., tin
balancing Power, strong enough
t.> he the dtciflvo fa,tor between
1 war at any moment of
rave tension An.i In the end
1 bridge betwi n
11 uptlm: contfnei
Scout Does
1st Class Test
WHJ
\i



On Maodnj Aib lettl I 1
[ the 0e Bar-
badoa (Bethel) QrOUp a
a small section of a map and
with oolj
a.' a land mark, he ..
to enlarge the given .man inch
of map t. Um
He was tb<
tllj and h) find nta waj
1 alltj having >>t a
I was to esgan
.
on his enlarged map
roads and gaps etc not
in the original
This was only one of It
llrsl class tests which a boy nor-
mallj should be taking at :i
plu-s. and II may be easily don
in an hour of any aftern.^i But
P L, Quarlaar s H encuur-
aged him lo make a night of it
in camp an.I i- .
In*
Kain Yesterday Didl
]Nol Stop Shoppers
UEAVY SHOWERS |ti thai iinlry district! and the 1
* "Ach ocai m arriving a! See
well jnaatorda had to be tdnin from lite |
Liildlng by can. Th<
beevj ahowt hn and um cricket match
have continued between Harriaon Collage and] Uv
I wMerday had In Ih' OBI I I
Pbllee Stations1
Linked By
Wireless
_,*'

Quark-**, accompanied by I' L
Cecil Walkes of Gill's Mervoi,.,!
iBStn UarbadoM jn:irne\, 1 -m
miles out to St Barnab
Quarless ruccewfull) or-inletr,!
In- te.i
.i a h.ke tent
rrom Iteadqiiaitet
K InniKs. C s M ,.; m
heartily and Rev, O c
Kaynei Invited Jhem 1
" al lha ,i .mi, Bari.
rnlng the a
pamp and loan mi da the 1 m
Iwrneward ,,
'"pint- night to UMff
I
m the Cit -- > 1 was attti
..live
i i:oin to and Em fr.Hn
the difteri led witn

coats Businessmen and workers
Koing to tii. 11 snm wen all held
. ,. ...
At Um m there was
Um usual rush (or seat, m the i:l1
buses i. ere careful thrlUa crime Una tana will perhap
ab.Mil overloading never 1-e heard in true life in Bat
The weather broke about 2 p ni bados. Barbados Polka
on Friday with a hrM dl thai wire
then coming on to the night heavj lr" 1N "W reaU) -
apprehension ol criminal*. J"
A.. ,: J .. :, .e-iei.i.., ., Iu-.iv '"' "' '-" P' '"' r"< '"
and Steed} -.hewer fell
<>f the island
Four Roads, St John
nfall on Friday
niKhl when 23 parts WCTI
ed Next to Ihis ilgun- ware DU
have a wireless system, but it h
Mifancn
Alien telephone COTOmui
are unavaJMbM
ta opera! nurtai 1
trid D si riiomas and Holetowa ft l ,li ."l". f 2 l"",!l

lithe
\ avt
DMrh
,'11-.
Matrfti
il.-.,.,
pel t
D 1
BeUepI.....
partj
turns
parti
ii" Boarded Rail live [\'u'v\]
I BL Philip 14 pan
* Bl Peter three
F" St .1 1 pa]
Audi.
Delicate Issues
Britain responded with mspi*-
Ing swiftness lo the call of Amer-
ica and the United Nations. It
was 11 tremendous gesture <.. <
made.
Rut in fact no othei couraa wa
open to us. And 111 the crisis evei .
man in n it I I mind the
< lovernmcnl
1 not let us bind oureeivu
to Um diiticiiities and hnpHcationn
' luatlon In which we have
Resign. }fr. Bevin
.1 failing to build our
strength, we should at the same
time put foremo-t among our
Um i' >r.lining of that wise
statesmanship which for so many
centuries nave us the lea
of the world.
Tfaa Ural obvloua step is to tak"
the control of foreign policy out
of the hands of a Secretary of
St.de whom fading health eon-
hnei almost perpetually to a
hospital bed.
Face the inevitable with good
pace, Mi Bevin Beaten, Pass
.0111 heavj reaponalbUltE to ..
tian lit to ihouidec them. And
give your long>suffarhi|
hance.
Oil Manager
Leaves
DH. W. F AUER, Resident
M;m-ger of the Hat(........ (;u]
"' ? ...I..,., tins nionnng for V s A
\, l-A u" rniii.ijd
At Ins oance ... Mess, 1 ,
;'VV\! PT ****** a an
Advocate" that be *u
returning to Amen, a at Hi. re
quest of his principals t eonfH
Barbados'*1'1 mt*mm*m i*1*'1' tor
rha conierence will prob 1.
im- of soma weaks' duratioi at
UM end of which time he ,|l
relurn to Barb-do. with ls
family to Mttla down and ret to
work
hree districts 1,1 the countr}
n I Pand ( No I
trict has u set llul it foi mslan. e
nimimn-alion va- 1 .
I lib one 01 !]
Head 1 ould rela
messages bj Ita wlreleai art
in iprta 01 the far) that the ayi
1 practa
purpoaaa, li is testeit aval
ensure that || is in .mil t.
I,, addition to UM sets al the d
then 1 o one which 1
oMieTinic 1 a DOllCe l.i,'
tuiu's u one of the van
25 Return
From Itermudu
Twenb
ad
P^r*
OKINAWA
sf
FORMOSA
NES
/CELEB^o^ .
Firewood Arrives
A CARfiO of ISO UMM of (In-
wood and BOO lugs of charcoal
a,lived tluin Mntish (.oiai i .
terday by UM schooner " M
rannla" The 1.....hf
l-.t.,i u begin to unload its
cargo on Mondsy.
40'- For Luri^uugt*
ACTfJfG Magistrate (J H. On'
11th >esteida> imposed a line "f
Ml to U- pJd in 7 .lavs ot 1 I
default undei-g....... n,..,!!,'. ,,,
i.i on Hufus from n 1
Hartt Oap Christ Church, f
,i-nik indacenl ianauaa* on Rn.-
bUCh Street on July 14
Hiiifjo' To Pay .{<>'-
KOII CSINC indecent language
While on a bUI along Fug!.- Hall
BOed Magisliati C II C.nfnil,
ordered Thompson alias "Bingo" of
Spnoncis Mill to pay 30/- In 14
days or one month's hard labour
The often, e WI
July N
Till MOHIi.l ( IM MA Will be
giving Bva
i will " Private Show
an Monday night at the St
George/a Almshouse for the bane-
lit of patients then
On Tuesday a performance will
be given tl COUeton Plantation
yard for residents of the ColletOfl
..... of St John while w. d aadaj !.. I !!nerna will vuli
the Hednmns and Halls area
Si Thomas and give a -hou at
B at Plantation yard
lklgeeunib<> Planbition pasture
Cad for a show on
Thursday for residents of the
Edgecomtie area of St Imilip. The
. i
Week will be at Morgan Lawhl
Plantation yard when ., perform-
ance will bo green for the benefti
of reatdenta of the Morgan Lewta
The Cinemn eurrei
gramme is- "British News". "East
African College". "Motherh.....i "
Ihll Sheep Farm" This is
Brit..... 38". "T.....puuj the Col*
our" ..nil "Coaaach Ii^t .
TIIK LAST TWO l.\VS i ,
Hand have had no
. igagemcnti but on Tu
will give a OODCert at the St.
\mli.-w I'lavuiK Field IMI.
plaine. at 7.4a p in M will tx
directed by Copt. C K. liaison.
A R C M M II F. To-morrow
is also a Rest Day for Ih. LAKB BUCCB
LISI.K i.FKF of Bl Hattl la fit Unit*
Oni l i.irt ( bun r. i tied " '"' I....."l"" "' v"1""'1
the loss ..( io be r>.- valued tun
f,om the Cyela Shod < I
Theatre between 7 ;ii> p.m and
mid-night on Prklaj
F"v:
men relu
liennud i h.
Laid Manser yesierdaj The me
idoa durlnaj varioui pi i
no |Ml and were workin
u. the eland, but have now i<
turned on Um expiration of then
mi
Tlie men ..te ' Itlackmuii. A
Bharpa, <. WorralL t; Bprlnaei
\ siuaf. I Marshall. C Kin.
t roarwood, K. Daane, J Stroke)
v. Graham, L Phillips, a. Ilapp
r Husbands. C. Woc-l
rulTe. C, Maitland. II. O. Redman
I , ili.o,- A BruUiwalt, i
Wiltshire. C lUtwen, V. BoWeli. i
Blacketl and T A Tn.l..,
U.N. Plan
"Foreign
Legion""1
Vlllagi.
II to the
HiniHliimu's Mayor
Aguititft Mum Homl
I'AltlS. July 15.
Snnln Hamali Mayor of atuin-
devastated Hlroshln.....Id In
Paris today that he was against
ee of
Kan bere eh* in the
world
flamai. a survivor of the bleat,
Hid more Ihon 200.00U peTOOfU
died |ri Hiroshima ami not iSu.UtHi
as later official estimate .! t
He is touring Europe after attend-
ing the Moral Re-annamcn' Con-
ference Bl Caux. France Reuter
VKKA Mil I'llCKB
Vhva Bet i anl
Chrial Church a
Qenaral Uoanital rocenl
Inn from injuiiea to hei bead 'mjj
Miipiieid. .. in-
volved in an accident along S.u -
(cants Village Road with hicy.l.
X- 088. owned and ridden b]
Iiv i.e PhUilpI I I Wl II hi ii,:'
Church
Ainu Bl n\ MR J. W It
ClltNKKV on Tho Value ,.!
Trade Unions in a Communlt) '
will b*> given in the V
Hall to-morrow night at 8 o'clock
It is expected to see a large turn
out of members of the Clerks'
Union and Fellow Workers. ,
This is part of ... ol I I i
lures and a Film Show
b) the Clerks' Union for 'he
......larl
MR. FRANK MIHIRS. w.....
ih,- Bponkei at R>
. | van al the y
Hall at 4.45 o'cl... k to d.,,
OS TUESDAY AT mm V VI .
Lecture will
Chariea Mannmg al Um Y m < a i
whUa on Wedneedaj Ihei
i... n Tent i and ><> Cli
4 DO p m a Mum. Cl..
and a Lecture by l>r K M It '
Simon at 8 00.
i Legion I
..i.... hen lonlgbl Tht
r m d" ih.
recruiuneni ol su< h .. forei I
nt in ii>.' United
Nab Government and lo Ocn*
lal Doiigla Ml
I,. ,. I
ii.....i
a i bi Itntton in urgln
he form..u..ii ..f a for
l.eglon" in COM it unpaired thl
Dctlvem
oditarv aid addreaaad lo Unit..'
Nation men I si last Prides I
Mr. Trygva Lie, the w Banlaanon
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.There ha
the ippeal south Amerlcai
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2 Formosa, last ttrongnoia ul Nattunalat
* Cftlrtu ti Mreeaed by VS. war.-'ilpj ai And
China declari'n thai the Island is "part of
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SUNDAY ADVOl ATE
M vmv II IV 16. 15"
Lords Debate Caribbean
Federation

iin
I 10wt who beg.n ih
'.ii : MM Federation in
I ,: Lord! on July 4 (a*
v Advocate1' Of
ad .j. ,onlinn1 fol-
tl i MB Off hurml-
. '. lUnfMC l-i
mi much ** many others on
on. address a word of
nc piotagomsls of im-
lerotton? To my mind
i* tMOM why It would
->h straight away
.ion The first Is
MTC tnesa of public opin-
ion In the Ions run the nly solid
thu federal struc-
I be a general desire among
t*iplr in the Britten
I a rtfcter under
Few who
.ill would
i sstnl lime
POlltsBBl union t*
thu minute
i filiation There
ate.


drpentiei.ee fbl

finance their in
ti
.
Bar in Mtratai
.iso if a number u( U
i ntaaM be-
uon BM :ahen place.
iMBd out,
rcfloi.al self-
would ptobabl)
...;ortne'
'.' e coat of the
lr t on the -
m krable bbbJ II
lu.w economic- an estimate tne <
lias been ablt I

vt foment,

Mad wii
,< moat uiivancC'.!
outaMa

....!.. who iludget deficit <>
. 'i with their il.eir dependence f(n thai
tan -ubordlna- ports o orth Atnarks the) hav<
ol AIncan descant. \- cr. harder hit by devaluation
SVS to he convinced imp jny other group ol Colonies
s anrt many Oovernment-. are al-
ady subsidising dollar import;
be treated
.' ad Indlaa broth-
1 had the ^iiviiege of tiatt-
uld b one ". the fii .viH tone no time in q
; public criticism arts) precedent If the Ie venue* began to trrritorlas achieve their own
_ i olltlcal maturity outside a federal
But u there a-V prospect ol ,.,,.., rk lt w,n be verv difficult
trade recession, or l tho ight
this completely unreal'
tike part*
.

nan an
. -iinp-irlant tha

i omv has
far.
lot Wl II -
that this will be bCBVM out l.\ DM
nhle l^rrt. Lord T
the moment I do DO' think it Is
[nfobie to foracaai
.ill take Boma Mnv 11
aaunant eg
; now how AfsWull It
larrftorlea to bnlana heii H
for example, gets, and Ym slighi
nhabitanls of " buiinesi activity

ere I a.1 the ullVlieae or vlil.- 7-------:," ;, r runic ixirn, i.t-i i wm'*!- .ic
pportunlly of o without whi.h inn. unforgettable impression of
talking to rnambatl of all sections *ould be serious unnM and lhPir idr ,n thcir BnIl,n tradl.
of the pouu! I i "nfess that pressure on wages which would ||onf and lhc|r Br|(jlh of ,.
..-euoubt whether force up the producers cos's- and nf %heir devoted loyalty to
ration" k in the oepends on in* steady level of ,. Molher countrv. I know that
. ., .cabulary. of "venue rom year to year Iu R (or evervom. wlien wv
the OMtnarj agtatB rorsar. peas- this laval cannot be maintained tilt7 e wi^t xhem ^n in M ,he
-.less the primary producers con- |riaU am, llimci)Uio which thev
Unuej ",..v.- :. reasonably re- v,m undoubtad|y havr
nat sap- "".nerative price for Uir.r crops H,irin(( ,hfi lramillon to aduit
he East- Th' "** product . of cour-... ,,, |n our f,m|,v ((f ,
Ihe .lifflculty and WbW Kcnerally expected Mg Io move 1nr paM
u .mess of 'all- Owing to improved methods '-o"' wcedsmuir; My Ixirds, I
i the population, of cultivation and increased out- should like to Join with the noble
l the i>ut This. 1 imagine, can be pre- ^"i "' associating noble I-ord* on
, ,1 that thev vented only by an international do * ,ne "* w,th lr"-
in the v.a> mar nRrecmcnt. which has not congratulations he has extended
nd or yet been made, although It is be- '=> **><** who *'*'TV r- m be nig contemplated in many quar- tieparing thi, Keport I think
adlan The tcr* The West Indies can to inyone wno nas n-ad il will agree
il ., sense of loyalty U some extent Insure themselves that it Is 4 most admirable and
i the Cnrlb- analnst a slump in world prices statesmanlike piece of work Wc
benn. which will IK- complemen- j,y entering into a long-term con- add, too. our good wiahr* to those
tar) Iha keen existing loyal- tract (or tho saie of y,^,. su((at West Indian Legislature* who are
t .Yi'Jit'i Country and wj,n the United Kingdom The now considering it. This debate
t,. oi'i.ul;.r homeland, will be political and social importance of t^-day give* us in this country'
ua] pmcois The ll|Cn contract, provided thai i' ' opportunity of clearing our
'< powartul innw- try- ;)t high level of output can- orU"" ivu* a" '^xt" *hicn
. :piiu-nt of a no, ^ OVcr-esllmatc(l Hut ih '"Wl> 'hose distant and tOOfl-
Cariblx-jii .mtlook. I am not say- negotiations for such an jifircenu-nl 'lansplunted African commun.ties
' ruium should .., your j^rdBhip, nro Hwart. art in the Caribbean, wlcielv scattered
-p ,om| ,'*"' nd we do not know at this June- As the noble F^irl has ald. it u i
^ Jl tu'e what will happen to West tnousand miles from Tnnklad to
Iidian sugar after 1953, the yea' .larnaicn It is as far from the
n the iircsent nsreement end' eastern Islands of that group U)
i uncertainty aboul the future, Britain Hotnlnr;i I It Is from
and vagueness about the economic London to Constantinople
:T"tnv.'u l""pects of the region, will lie a A'>d how different they are one
riwnmiti sufflcienl argument to influence '" another! For example :n ;n--
I...rdshi| to take the view !y all their legal systems stem f.'in
that It would be a mistake to go 'he main British trunk, but in the
immediately Into federation with- island of St. Lucia their laws no
i more definite forecast about buck to the customs of old France
.irospects of the basic Carlh- I'nd, as the noble Earl has said,
bean Industry and the other ex- thev have long traditions verv
porting industries in the area. 1 separate and distinct traditions
remain convinced. In spite of some ,r which thev are rlRhtlv proud
!*... .-. pln">n,J11,1 lhf wntrnry that There goes wllh that t, lremendous
CTienced be- ***" wlU U" kn,' lh( Cartb" <;'rT'rcn<-e of outlook between the
fore the war A stable and n H'0,,omV In time to come .iifferent ,catteml territories, who
conomy in the region aa jfi w'" not be deposed a .. Ib over a period of yearn ,rri,t,,,,0d by fresh industrial, another. Their eeonomv for
, .,. f ai reveiutft over cxpendiuii. h, nwnt carious. Not only have thev been
.( self- But lh premature establish- buffeted hither and thither by
nent in the West Indies mf"J > a Federal Administration boom and ,lump. but they have
rorld ""Khl easily end in failure. In- (l|,o been -ub|e.-te.i to the most
I' l..v much definite postponement would proh- fearful cataclysms of nature.
ivii federation can Bhl>* n1a'", federation quite im- | on, t>>\rk tflernnon in
region more pros- possible. The economic structure Jamaica In 1944. 90 per rent, of
nion stable of the region would become dla- |nr coconut palms were mow
Ihe meal favourable do- torted by a haphazard growth of
UtlcBl i not gUsttan- "'*' industries and crot. many i>t
i>erous eco- which would seek shelter behind
at which tariff harriers against the corn-
ill Mil 'heir agricultural i>c'itlon of their neinhbours. The
I world market, not pattern of economic 6stt>Aopman1
lure of the vould thus in itself become
region that will decide whether < rlous obstacle lo political union

M i i ihe nes I
i to tnaka dlscuMton t'f
rl the focus tor n sus-
.n|>uign of political edu-
i [iriipricanda through-
nul ihe V. Leadership
... |.
by the territorial
tinivuUials who happen
p itlon to influence
public optetoti
and, i think, bm
'' ulS'.t'J^.Z.'
tnunedlate federation is that
infant Tederal Government
unlikely to wedher
i i raaslon such as
A YEAR AGO...
WE MADE YOU A
PLEDGE WE RE-AFFIRM
IT DURING
PHARMACY WEEK
JULY 16 JULY 22
<
thev
prottu
4loun hv a hurricane: and
about the same time HO per cent,
of the banana crop wan eroded
hv Hie Panama .'i..... over a
a period ot about four years.
\ "precarious eeonomv hardtv
.li-.nl..- It
v On Taie 11
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SUNDAY, Jl'I.V 1C. 1M
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
I'M.I I I I \ I \
Lords Debate Caribbean Federation
1r
!
PM
When.i *:;>. of the
Commonwealth, such as Australia
and Canada, Mae muiated tnelr
economy i>> puahtng aheed wiln
Industrialisation, the Weal Indies
have not really the same oppor-
tunity. rVf)
base of Ibi
irlalitatlon bee...
..-'. i...vr to pre-
cede If thslj lack coal and water
power Until
be harnessed to
ace no chance of ihed .
Km powei laegi
need In Hm W- l

stability' nt aatr-auAi H
cause Ihtj are a itunp of terri-
tories who nsaat
world trade, but (lability leading
to a far hltther degree of self-
pcliance. The past has been a
idruggle. and the future iK likely to
be so atao, with this pi<
tered pattern of tern'.
There is nothing new in this
idea of federal nral British
Oovtrtui enta 1
The Leeward lOands have
had lederali-n aasM l:i. but
the nnlt exlalins WH Indian
federation and that a hl*hl>
sueecsaful one I* the WrM
Indian cricket tram
......
change*. I always think that thes
perhaps give impetus to trends
which .'xiM. and hasten ihem and
peed them on their way Cer-
tainly the tendann tin- i i id over.
larger and larger groupings mussing this Report, to gloss over Now. my Lords, that u the view strong arm of defence. a* the un> citizen* Whate\
for strength West India n ">e ** poinU that arise under < t the gentlemen who drew up mi., mate guarantor in llnaiue. and the of JM dellbei
federation will come some time Itepoit The Report wat drawn mediator in foieign affairs. Canad.
some formit is too early for u 11 b> no kindnesa. after all. la up by a broadly-based Committee hat gone a very long" way and at
'.,\ nmif daAnlti Ijr, In the

i nica, when
U 'iKaed two
> I was much impressed
h> 'hi- paacii 4 ati D
Judah. One of the queettoi bj
.I'kcd was: How and when'1 The
question of how 1> dealt a Ith in
this Report The quairlon of wh
is being debated
dian Legislature*
moment. The
produce this Report claimed that
an lir.ding the shortest
ship unless you are of leaders, widely representative
perfectly cerUun thai it can Hoal cf the whole of the West Indies.
and resist the buffet* of gay 'I hey aran nut quite uuuni::.
>lrm. For ultimately the re- but who would expect any body of
Kpoiwibilily
alone.
11 good speed since she became
Federation, and federation, It
,ne stops to consider it. Is ne%'er
ichieved very easily, In fact, the
urv and ours iien of strong opinions to be Canadian Federal.on wa* bom in
rnanimous" After all, it would the midst of a ureat deal of strife
and controversy and
absence of unanimity
out con I
in the W<
Indies, 1 believe that ihis Report
..nd these discussions will na>
sown a seed which will ajtnnlnBl
iipidly The uuincatmt.
vicaa vrlU, 1 hope, bring
. dvantages mid provide a convinc-
ing argument to those who ilout
and those who waver. The iiue-
lion now is whether a ml
complete jo, federation exlaU. That quos
tlon II now being debated in tie
West Indies. I hope thai Ihf pi
pusals will lead to the groartfa < I
a greater measure of self-reliance
there Lei us see that we in till
countrv do all we possibly can ui
retain BUDt
gaoaraJ
LORD M1LVERTON: M> Lnrdl, B*2 "**]
......m..............- >;:!: j
ahould ba
ubj
c* ueed
In
We arc dealing here with a to a dull world if wc all thought
unique problemI do nol think alike. There ha* been a great
mere is much doubt about lhat. deal of give-ati .1-* -.- In pteuaiUU .. .... , -.-
.^ The ReuorI addresses ittclf. m these proposals. Jamaica has hall 22 L*^d*h'pB " !f^"W>
P paragraph 12. to ,usl that point the population of the West India! "' ***** *" l "ff
" :i discusses these three questions, but she has only sixteen member- *"_ ***" J**1* *T
Plral Aie ihe West Indies out of fifty m the proposed electetl geUier. and Uial >ew Bruiumlck
-,. ,Kq conomically stable and solvent Assembly. And all the terrilone- and nm. ((tu -nd rniir* u-
i,^ h ir Si ? IM" Secondly: Can Ihey be- represented, apparently. bav< *d Island decided to ,et up I
\ CUM m, ft- existing political agreed to allocate the Customs rival Fe.leraUj.n_ However, the.
fh Comrnonw'ilh at baaia? And. thirdly: If not, can revenue to the Federal Govern- "J" laglllji "-* *
which we all ae^cT "hev-SuvM ""deration alone lend stability and men! or rather the, become whereas Prince tdw.rd Ma*
which ve all agree they should UmK suK.(llliJ, UlulKl|y spe,,kil,g, federal responsibility 'by which "~d out British V<**mbU 4M
The Report also said that on you Uka these territories to- federation could be financed. As ^ "mi_5j*W -'Sf JE,
their pra : >hi will find th-t revenue the noble Earl. Lord Ustowel. Jrtnce Fduard Wd " "' wt ]lldldll
anv kind of independence, with a' 'he moment exceeds expend!- pointed out. and as 1 have said, I8'1l, ,n ',, *" ? _._, '--------' "',-
Bg, was nothing ture ui other words, they are there has been a good deal of give- Territory. Newfoundland, ram.
but a mirage A Nineteenth Cen- solvent. 1 should like to ask the and-take. and this is an admirable ln t>w'au"r *" *' B?
lUTJ -reman once said: noble VsfOOUlH, Loid Hall, who basis. The Report ends by say- vinced that Ihe *">" **'
"The juatlflcatlon of any asso- will answer this debate, if he can illK that, whatever happens to Mnmgrr than the mllea* tnai
elation Is that th< 1 of* gnm an answer on three points 1 |( deration, there must be a cei'>.ti <,ompt*ed l(
erthan the sticks which compose ihould like to raise wilh regani nmount of pre-federal action, 1 think the big decision witl;
It." to the question of the Colonial Do- whether federation becomes a fact which His Majesty's Governmeii!
I i quaatton racOly of how velopment Welfare Act and of , the nex[ veor o( two. or not m may well M faced is this: Keep-
that bundle is !*>und up Suppose grants in aid. Could the noble ten years; and that there must ce Uofl the example of Canada in one"'
lhat this Federation was brought Vi>count lell me the amount which reasonable unification bv which to mbd, if a number of Britlsli
into iwiiijj exactly along the lines ,.u, ^en spent, say, since 1M5, .tsslmilate the fiscal customs and territories of the Caribbean opt
nr under the Colonial Development t;*rtfT policy. Plans to unify cur- for Federation, and the remaind. _
condly. the reneies und public services have do not, what then' It may per- wmyn
Iready gone far The primary haps be possible to have a limited ((oun, lhat (n(, atiPm| t(I f,Ml
have organised them- federation, or it may not, de- lm. Federation suggested In the
U leneranon uecouies an wL-wpivu selves on a regional basis pendent' almost entirely on each Report i* a perfectly feasible OTM
' course it relieves J7o f-'tl and tf ^ut into opwatlon. will Ttus brlnjS mc lo a wr|c, of Territory deciding to ODTMlO. It provided lhat the people want
problems just by itself It can do h"ul those forms of assistance con- conclusions on this fascinating mib-
Ihat only if it is made an occasion "nue ln lhclr present state. The Jcct Anyone who has read th
for im increased effort by the three question* which I quoted Report will agree that it is a caae
l>eople of the territories in a wider '""" 'he Report go pretty near extremely well put. But I should
phire. a springboard to the 'be heart of the problem Over- |jKe lo ^pp a reiilly comprehensive
future of n strong Britisli Wes* all, the West Indies are financially economic survey as
Indies. Nothing can be done by a solvent, but. of course, some of l() tIm Report The case made in
mere pohtu-a, stroke. tnem have great difflrultl Some . ^ fpr cw ve1(m gjj ^JJMEo! 3iw"o/ tl? &' flFSE
,\i ,' .r^i.-^ i3! Ta a'C ,TPC^Vt", *JanU !' uf an old "y,tem '""^P'" the ,>eople in the Wc*t Indies to feel that only by federation cm
pU-s of ,oi,ntn--s suppos.-dh Inde- nearly all their nnances give some uniformity will search for it in maintain it. What are we doing i- thev he give,, m opportunity of
pendent whose independence has cause for concern. There is a vain in the British Commonwealth, helping to form a wheel with every rinding their own Wa) OUi '
.stability in most of them. We are by no meanii afraid of any- territory as a spoke, and as the present difficulties one of tholl
.vheel starts turning the ta^k then present difficulties batac of
-ill be for the West Indians lo '-ourse, dealmi; wilh tba Blitlah
li .llh r in
....

I


r.

i I the time
into details of the raoanl
gagoOattom i
tion lhal the importance of
I I
British tbl)
I in Lon>
,:. bundni -i
ttent in tha Waat IndV I -1"-
wan that on ini'.h of those sub*
jects a (an
out on paper for the vtean or tba
i d thai a
neutral attitude orar, gaj
bananas, and Itntish ihlpplnc can
In of pure
in ,
But . an dealing itii human
baingi and bum ii
...
. inning up
the value Of good artll and Ihe
importan. I paaca q|
DnUah anactiona
tii.mU.i
lo laha Ikal lorm
it in m,i, ly worth while 1
ruling motive of Uiat

baftai and vtroncai loan iiinani
patai
i > ing i." lha ncapl il helping
the Vtfesl Indies to i i
I'here in damiei. Jiul I t>e
lleve a real one ol Mir tester.*
lion starting off under Ihe lm
lelu* of a dciir almost lu Hghl
Ihe British < .\ > i nin-nt pulitl-
rall> over many mailers rather
than, as il -hould he. lo go inln
partnership Ith ihem
I auggi i i.dum can
am R, M I h.i\ t- v.ml. if the
. nuns a*an< :. but ii thaj do
not want d and >ie lukewarm
..bout ii. II .-in not oi I
. ther. it i
. Foncession m oidei
stalled UI of g'KKl
will
Mn> 1 turn I., the Itance Com
mlttat n. port Itaall B) *: nan
graamani this la >
pnaantatl
i luel Objectlona, ai I have seen
i
. rtftc..... Ill l to lha pcoi H Ion
that Ihe British QovaRlinenf muat
ontrol oval
id financial
suili lime as the
achieved econoinle
ondu that than
(i id i atlon until the
Ui vad i-ditlcal in-
.i. vtawi
future, the question w, should Welfare Act and
SSSiSS'SiuaW^
'"" '' [j federation becomes an accepted iw, (
.Mil
.. inl.i iv who pro
tataarnanUka dot -
ising lo add a small
eoutribulion to this dabata, I
should like lo sav at ODM lhat ihn
real issue seems M nM ' ba '
very simple quaaUon
llo Ihe people of the Wrt
Indlea. the people of the eon
-lihn-ni Colonies U4iit fetl
r.in,ii And do the* want
federation In this form or not"
If they do. then (here is no doubt
lhat it is a feasible i i
Where then- is a will there Is al-
and Ihei
i a question now for the leglila- n sufficiently strongly,
tors of Ihe West IndhM Id* Ma- In so far as I have been able
jesty's Government, I am sure, to ascertain, there Is at the mo-
will not try to rush anybody into ment. among political leaders In
acceptance. Thla la, after all a -lie West Indies a certain amount
West Indian document and. (o a of difference of opinion and of
companion ..,.,,.,, ,.xtcnI> Wt Indian deeis- doubt. In the Eastern NCtton, a
Japan dam
.nine who |t;,slc ,
no reality There .
Wn* lhal tha Commonweajth md "whfla lanaliuoa are < I ihln7*isV*a&d mniiuaL awT
lha moment exceed expenses, it tact wp have snown un|f0!
Jamaica have
opinions
that he .1...
tion will work, hav
Independent, and that document
ttOM II
had become a fact. It has bocnm"
n truism to say that political
independence, must follow eco-
nomic independence, and certainly
it Is no kindness to those whom
wo are seeking to serve, in di*-
SSSIM,J.....S','.".:,;.',;,^ '""'d "^*" ^ '";brK, ,"i" l i" m&m dA* mitaki ,vld. moment^.,..
the problems. that the Caribbean under federa- ed them There is ihe great ignnr- Irui, repreM.nis any step for-
" .....Federation, and only notl should approximate to Ih" anor m the West Indies regarding ward ai all Those are views
Federation, affords a reasonable Canada of 1930, but that In 1M -,">,(,, |ggjt; there I- much IndifTer- which will obvtoual> hava to ba
prospect of achieving economic tl should approximate to me enee. But I think It Is the bmm- taken lid.....nil. i ition The
stability and Ihrougli it thai Canada of about 1030 or before. f|mi duty of the leaders of lb" wbOkl <>t tha Waal Indies Is suf-
political Independence which is in other words, there should be u West Indies to put this issue fairly fering. and for a lone time has
our constant object." Federation, with Britain as its and squarely before their fellow been suffering, from feeling of
i I ui-h to pay mv tributi
Report The R| II
i .-iv in thi
V/aat ii'dns- and they have io be
met It i- pieeiM-ly the desire to
gat rid of acononaic and Bnanda]
' control which fosters the eravhu
i nl In tha West
Indian Colonies I am not sure
thai i undaratand what the com-
niiltee really mean when they
agree that direct control must le
tUmlnatad from tha radarailon
but at thi tin I say later
on that HI Ma i Qovenunant
must amrctat "eontrol in some
form over Reneral economic and
financial policy "
afhat i- v- iiitt. n m i
Ihoaa law thtngjaf I suguest that
thes.- points hav.- lo M "ide
i thev ,ue imiiits which
bgVI 10 M OMJt The Colons
about which 1 knOW most ln Ihe
Wl il. Ill- .t.llli.il.M who:.
. aanl and crying nacd b
seieiiidi- agricultura, lha care and
cure of erosion irrigation and
fertilisation. She has. It Is true
.i greet future in ihe tourist in-
dustr\ Mid in tin ppUeatlon o(
Mil in e 'ii Bgjrtl ultine. but if
ctlon Ii nol taken to
brUUant future
.-.di be iraahi nto ai 11 -
nor) "i 'hi- Blbylllna Hooks has
ii> U i|Hirt in
ilern stiuv of .ij;e ii ultnre
pant on the political dra m of
n.|'l ..'
m -i i....... to spend every
available pennv on preset vlnu Ihe
soil of Jamaica It Is the l.uin-
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mentally and
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PAGE TWELVE
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
M SDAY, Jl'I.Y 10. 1950
Lords Debate Caribbean Federation
Welfare Fund for the period 194c
to lt',0 are between C lfl.80C.oOC
..mi 17.000,000. The loUl loan*
l.'.c
U I ."! .
m 1
fmni page
1 There
lain tedlj leellna that per-
haps ui
with j
t <- a more

The Wi

"huh Mv< '
living populations in.
in, Jam... oi'M. Um
Colonies

....
llvlly. '
. 1 ; us laki
Ich r Malta from deftendence one pximpir id which perhi*
on world marketi r 1 the
of then
I all thii (01
hjMaM
In mi view, il 1* thr urirnt
need of a > maellir-in ,, ., mi.
lire and Imsfinauvr Imperial Lt\\
In the rtonemic
No H-...I, (il platlnc
(<>n-lituUons ran hide
far Ion* Hut pm-nl auUUud
log defect Afler all. Uie Fed-
eration will work under the >
aim- BHplOBa aj Itic individual
Unit' have now been working. ((
and the question which ui"'
e. Will Hit- cioui-mii rcevlta be
pnere.
-n^
better*
'
.
'.He QUNtlM of .< i lOMI H,,,,.,.
link bet awei l
Watt li
[(
Uon thai il might pi 1 \
Of the
world market n is probabM lhal
IfM IfBBUsd j!-*K DUM Ol U| j.l*
: laige export ordei I; hat often
.f th( 1 land*, lhal
n !
.. .
apples ov "i laland
lid meet a
huge overseas rtetnand.
1 want to It*
nil* I
ne R( -
it It i- noticeable iii.it the 1 hi-
iii lhal
thought thai ai- oeotlal un wpm-an* ...1 included to
' f" :-';"; ration would remain
..-Han knowied*- I. 4 mn "hat unoer tha ColafUol OhW untU il
matton. and gned by reason t u..- wo ah- .hiev#d full Dom.n.on status.
e- irwahorl poniKik which l spent whM1 wuuW TOm, under lh;
monwaalth Relations Office
I be nrongdj emphasised
I ttftf -oma , ,| ,. no, lhe mention of H-
rho iieat handl- urm- in the ti.ni.bean territories. M.,rsty'
cap Of distance* between the ind ( agree to a very large *
Wet Indian Island* has been tent with what has been said hy indeed
ethci with ihi lack n
It
I
Iffy, as has been said, that there ha* nut been
Il 1
lord dur.ni Into de- .rou..,;.. lr ...... 1...... 1 .
most 2.000,000. The total grants
in aid for l4(j to 1048. inclusive,
amount 10 488.000. The figure*
.'i>r IM9-M are not readily avail-
able. In regard to the Govern-
ment'a intention* to continue these
franks, and In regard 10 the point
of tlnanrlal control which was
raised by lhe noble I-ord, Lord
Government to font Milverton, I will hav*. something
on Iheae lerruories or to say later.
some people suspect. 10 So (a
illy be said that
foi,
.rgumenl u| |he Closei Asaorialior
And that |:
- particularly in
..' i' j queiiion aa
nhii>
il VST7AT5C *""'"- "( " ,1"""1 * "" " H-t.eopport
posal* of the Cimvnlllee
pre*
r 1
West ind t that not .ill the
1 tui> it hat laded inti 1
' I 1
ravlvi th. nil tail t -,,:.! ,
(hn l**t j\* r-iU'iil-. ... >, uU'Sii nil wv. 1 u .. ..Ik
i lan Uiftthi
(lure is
UI tun n mit -.' Ink
: ration and
'. .. 1
and mi.! u1 i rinldai
the lot vi Canad in.....
bar of the I 1 ilth t'i h*1|
1
The noble F.arl wl
this M tt"' unpof-
toncc of liming in h
adult uflragi m sofna unit
. ad) tot it.
. 1

1 nlliire to
the uiillf 1 harg U no
I; i- lhtj 1 radfrt ., ., ,. ,,f hMvlna I
1 th* waai ind
':-' ..ml.-.:. ,1 is icit.iinl. ., ,,, .,,, ,,..,,.,, , ,... ., ,.,, i ;.
no new idea WhaJ loan has ,,, ,,, Oolotu 1 rartalnly hoot
ald WT Partly, history that when raoWation caffsfa, agrl-
If one looks at the histories of rulturr v*iM 1- given ;, fi- 1 in
lhe Individual Itlanda, OM DO- ,.. aack ,,f .| -,,it,i..^ because
tains some Idea of the different the needs an -> diffarant. In the
and Isolated way* in which the* ,..,,,. ,,| ,,,,,, ,,;mti u. ,Lt. .
n a i,ji itu fron aa. h auiai 1 saa i> thai in the West indies, as
Then, as has been mentioned 1.* perhaps elsewhere in the Colonies,
other noble Lords, there i ,, lendcm ..ill lie f..t '
phy. Jainaic;, IAN produefj Of th* Mw uhivitmI* or
miles from Trinidad and fm- arhatotn
Iher still from llritish Guiana t Moreover these Units, of the (, fat <
prop.-M'd Federation MrMd .' .,11 the
ovaa IwairiJ agrau degree* ..f beat ability In the country was
latitude and ihirt> degree- of drawn Into the Oovaavmont, i---
longitude in it-elf 1 eoftakM (or that
able problen. Ihen jre no ,-,iKinii< pii.gi.K* whb d 1
proper i^rnmuftwaUona In lhe vital to the fureeaa off the Govern
past they hnve boan 1 trs ' mem Itaall Another qiiaatlon
and to-day they are very im- which
perfect. There is another rea- posed thai federation
son why the Islands have not would remain under the Colonial
drawn together Ml Cnoo. 1 presume that it would
unlikelihood off Big large Inter- because its constituent until would
insular trade because their pro- Mill be Colonial nnd would still
(''ice is very similar to thai of be pi i| parent!) toward*
each other a measure of aalf-anvaf tillWht
it has been rlghtlv laid that ffofi if ;, quaaUon wnleb would
homogeneous social '-i"! ha'
successful self-government
.s- slow-do** n on the consli- Report is thai federation offer* ihr
m il ksd as that of the slowest self-government a reality and givt
..' thr the people of these lerrlluiies a
.ppurtui.it. of lackling then
..bblems As has been point-
iBtitule : .1 .espunsible gov- e*l oul. there are signs that corn-
el nmenl foi the separate territoi- mon action and policy greatl>
KM themselves There would be improve the negotiating posilior
no prospect of acceptance had it of the region in commercial dis-
not tM>en poinie that their political advance muM and effective work is being done
"ne of the important bj 11 111 III ll|a*J||W ol fbi Cf0Vffn>
hlCtl influence* the issue inenls and organisations from the
favour of federation is the different territories, acting jointly.
realisation that it is now possible The noble Lord. Lord Milverton
Jo make pi ogress towards Dnmln- should not be too pessimistic, par-
leti status as a federation, which Uruiarl) In view of whal has
would not be feasible by mdivi UaJ Colonies us separate units ten years as the result of Bfejotla-
Noble Lord! hnve p-.intl out 1,00s between the lerritorie*
thr .lifliculties which arise. The
tolal population of the British
West Indies is about 3,000,01,0
:ls of that number are in
Trinidad, and then
mind Un (art that tv
... ( In.nans will
. .. .ill..id to travel
tor it It oo-sible to move
Uli
' tie llritish C'arlbbeai
...id b* possible to terrltorlei really <'arti-l from thr
IhOta was likely visit .,f the n ible Knrl. Lord llali-
.. arrant a fax. to the Caribbean 111 1PM,
trich ."en if .. . . Parliamentary
.,-i-ngers Umfa if State at the
least tend to draw the The subject was
i'Ii ie.it
itrsire foi
d but Im [fltli '
POatUVC eviilelii'
loaei lation io sneDuraae
His laajtaty'g Government to take
01. inn! 1 In, ., Um>
noble Earl, Lot 1 Llatowtt rightlv
I, the n n *racb
five UP I Btlp .r..'uir.it iiiln eolollllOIIB In the
me ai.^ih 1 i.i.iini'. .-..' 1 ..11. .. '.'.' I .. li list reported ihal
much atrani lhal nothiiig of that evarj unonit i.,i writneej favoured
iid ba done unleas some closer union, though few had
counter advantage *ere given lo formed i
i'riiiid.i.l Anything along those Ukg form
-.1. .,...,.! It" llri-i
. definite ideas about ^to-"1"
hich it would take. Jamau
His Mtjeaty'l Government. I th
it may be said that to date, what-
aval may Ire the difficulties (and I
am grateful to noble Lords for not
dealing with the quest'
lines would probably not be pleas- As all of u* have seen, not only ar* a ,or8 "umber ol smaller tar- and the sugar negotiations
ing to JastUtea, Which, In fsMtUon thato but In other countries, lhe rllorics with much smaller popu- are proceeding at present) on the
to being |he moil populous terri- v>ar brought great changes to the '<>"*. The Report presents 11* whole, during lhe period to which
or* claims to lie the most ad- West Indies. The common needs ^'H** a P1"" 0' 'roe association of I have referred there can be littl-
them i-ilitii ally As is of the islands were* emphasised elf-governing territories which complaint about the altitude and
well known. British Honduras is and inter-Colonial communica- '(uld join as units In a British action of His Majesty's Govern-
eKtremely critical of Jamaica, lions were strengthened. It was Caribbean Federation. The func- ment.
and will certainly nol encourage during thai period that a Con- 'lons which a Federal Government In addition to the regional or-
free emigration- The van He- :roller for Development and Wei- w" carry out at lhe commence- ganlsallons to which reference has
port talks fluently about moving fare was appointed as I well ment will be few. and the Com- been made, I should like to point
'.l>ers of the population remember, for It was during rny mlltee. wisely, were prepared to out that legislation for the uniflca-
Colonv. but it is some- visit the Caribbean Commission l*t them grow in number as a
nines overlooked that the people was set up and the West Indies federal system gained in strength
who are indicated as the reclp- and His Majesty's Government and confidence Those who fear
> M willing lo receive '.hern. Thai of Ireatlng social and economic ernmein over the lernlonal Gov-
is thr case in many of the Islands, problems regionally In 1048, ernments should he reassured by
It is Inu lhal Uu Wl it Indies. Mr Oliver Stanley who wos then lhe Committee's adherence to the it* is in "the process of discussion
as a group, w.ul'l be in a strongei Sec retaxj of State for lhe Colo- Australian pattern of federation then legislatures at the present
bargaining position, but opponents nies, invited the Legislatures of Only those functions allotted lo il lime. Then again, several of lhe
of federation would reply that all lhe llritish West Indian islands will be administered by the Fed- territories have now shown ihrir
lhe West Indie- did not succeed British Honduras. British Guiana, era! Government. These are willingness to participate 111
extremely well in their recent and lhe Bahamas, lo consider defence, external illations and glonal economic committee, and
Uon of the currency of the Eastern
Caribbean groupthat is Trini-
dad, Barbados, British Guiana and
the Leeward and Windward
Islandshas already been agreed
upon by then repreaen la lives, and
negotiations in this countryth
first example of unified action.
To my mind however, the prac-
tical differences and the very
nairo*- outlook of lhe West In-
dians themselvesthere
bather they favoured federation the railing of external loans, to- to sponsor a trade economic
n, All with the excap- wetliei with the collection of cus- vice in the United Kingdom and
Canada, which will represent and
his afternoon control their common and
imv of the House rnerclal interests. Acti
torn* revciui
call;, (iitriilci..-
tion of the Bahamas, came to the
conclusion thai the* did favour *. ,, .,, ,,,,
federation Then, in lfl7, my right to",kf up the
honourable friend Mr Creech by ^oing into the Vt.ucture of'thc fot ,nls purpose arc under
question but lhal. taken general- Jones who was SecreUry of SUte ren;rauon ani, lht wwr,s with "deration at the prevent mo
r-.ihcy have anjmulor outlook- for lhe Colonies, presided over whlcn ,ni. R IV< amends .t Further, a federation of primary
t Montage jhouM ho ri0,hed I should like producers of the British West In-
to refer lo two other Kcports dies. British Guiana and British
namely, the Report of the Public Honduras has been formed, repre-
Whcn
looks at the conslltu- [ have ifhik.iIci ib.it economic
tion of the I hi Wesl | olhei political dilluultles Will
Indies one raallai t1. difllculUei naka It van hard for the Colonies
which arise Some of them h,i*e ,, net together inti '
already been mentioned to-day K01 instance, j.iin.m .
In Trinidad, for instance one- ling as the accounting unit, wherc-
third of the population consists of RS the other Islands use dollars.
Wist Indian East Indians. .,mi In Make no mistake my Lords, it will
British Guiana the East Indians not I* eas* lo fm .Jamaica to
ore 44 per cent, of the population, adopl a dollar unit, and If that
hence there Is no doubt thai in cannot be arranged there seems
every one of these Colonies there jitilc hope of more important da-
ta strong insularity. As we know lulls being worked out. It is true
ourselves, it is natural to people that some progress has been made
who live in islands to Ik- rather m drawing up .. .milled Customs
insular U) outlook, but 111 the i,,ntl, but here again conflicting
West Indies the circumstances Inter) I mutually salis-
nsularity iaitor* a.;.cement ,ilim>~t ImpOOg-
the Report ible. Jamaica wants to protect n-
necessity growing Industrial BCtivit) and to
raises hopes that federation will keep out BOmpatlng UnporU
.succeed Will the federalion help Neither Barbados nor Trinidad
lo deal with this problem" The are in thai position and. not un-
Ranco Report warns us. that naturally, the) wish to lower lar-
'Federation as surh will nol iffs on certain Importl
solve our prblems but will pro- Iooda1uffni M) own feeling Is that
vide the conditions in which the* i\ .,|| eon en
Uether on rcl.,nel* niitmi detail*,
If rtOI mmli bjOpg for the
fill make it difhcult to overcome a Con fere n
the purelv polilical objeclions. I Hay of representatives from the
may be quite wrong, but I can- 1-cgij.lutures 1 oncerned lo discuss
not see the advantage of a pollli- the next steps The recommen-
cal federation unless all the daiions which have been refcr-
Islands have the same kind of red to to-day In such laudatoi*
currency, freedom of travel and terms were the result of thai
employment, and all llffit kind of Conference I want lo join with
thing, which has already been lhe three noble Lords who huv
mentioned in detail. Until those
poaals of lhe Report into actual Ranee. Sir Maurice Holmes, and
fad The one successful instance Mr. John McLagan. the respec-
uf West Indian co-operation up to tive Chairman, and also to the
dale, as lhe noble Ird l.ord n,hcr members of those Commlt-
Services Commission, which Is now scnling mainly all the Col
being considered, and the Report organisations in these territories
uf the Customs Union Commission whose interests are so closely
which, as I have already said, will bound up with the prospeious de-
soon be published. In the course vclopii.ciit of agricultuic through-
ry helpful and constructive uul *b* aiea
doubt will As has been said tins afternoon.
oc >"(> ritiiiit. i^ii im viiki nave . ,
..( III. MaJWIr', U,vtinmenl ">*"','. '.hl'''1 h"ve
i. .h.,, r?mud, ,0 S,r ,.,,, g^nlWrfeSbS-- Si'tHMhaw. .m
the other two noble Lords, the ,un-' *c all hope that the entire
noble Lord, Lord Tweedsmuir. output of the university will not
asked me three questions relating '*' diverted Into one direct:
Tweedsmuir. hss said, has been toes for lhe excellence of "Their to grant* uno>r the Coloftial De-
I am sure lhal we all Reports The first two Reports velopment and Welfare Act and
liope thai the success which has have been published, and It is S?1*. .'V ."' m,rt,!M?n
been given U. them in cricket will --xpected that the third Report The loial gi.inis made to the Wi
fWhen ASTHMA steals yourSletsp^l
I -here* the way to obtain spmfy rrhej I
have accentuated th>
It has been said i
thai sheer
1 lx- dealt with."
So lhal brings us back lo where
1 1 ratal namel>. will U '
work*' The answer to that qraot-
tlon lies With UM people 4 IfM
\\, inflta I rtanaa, the
1
hould r.i. < Ihese problemi
i.mnstl* A- the noble Lord,
Lord Twoe'lsmulr. has suggested.
ried into the political *l be published shorll
tiis- rtftfrr tniirv nr tui "1'ne noble Lord, Lord Miiver-
THE FIKST LORD OF THE ,m( fmtlmm ,h.t r#derallon cll
ADMIHALTV t V I S C O U N T be brought about, but only as a
HALL) My 1-ords. I am result of the desire of lhe people
sin- lhal like myself all vour themselves I do not think there
,, m-tcful to itiv qui stion sffoout thai 1
ii'ible Karl. Lawd Listowel. for thought, however, lhal he went
InlUatirig a moal mtcresling and unnecessarily into many of lhe
instructive debate We also thunk matters of detail which the Com- 1
him and the oil, r noble I.ords inittee anticipated might arise If j
who have Ipokeri fot then con- ami when federation is inaugu-
itructive ipproaeb to this very rttad. He iwketl whether lhe West [
important question of West Indian Indian Federation will remain'
ndci.itiiiii It is interesting lhat under lhe Colonial Office Of
the thicc noble lairds who have course II will, until il has achieved'
pokan have each had either resi- full Dominion status Similarly.
Indttci. out of tho Development and
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All paraonoal .ho have not uran UM A M a AaP W BM l
louch llh lha R a M aa aaam a* poaalblr. In ordar thai arral ..
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MIV rlAMSa
Thrra -ill ba a volunt.,, NCO'a Drill farad* midar lha HIH '! on tha
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SANIKJATT". H..tln-. ilandlnp on
I.**) qiinrr frel of land on thr aaaald*
of IfadliiKi Hoad
Th* Houaa contain* druwlrp and din-
Inp room, ancloaad sallaiy on threa
Idea. Iwo bedrooma with ilmni.^
roonut. kitchenette toilet and bath up
fUtra with usual room* downaUIra an]
Iwo IHHili of alepa lo aea Qa*.
rirrlrle and Water
iBSJJMNttPB ottv day by appon.Utienl
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will ba ael up for aale to
public tumprtliuii at our office on Pilday
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ol th* 'iivelnpe 'Tender loi Lai" I,
a -.I" .t mi om.e up to a on
Monday Mih July. IBM for a
I....H "I EI.S00 at a rala of Inter Mt not
' i r*T-nld In annual
Pi flM each Th* Slat
auetl iniitilmenl lo be paid In the year
IMS
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..lance n.onlhW
Al Hie Ivv lti,.i ..
*lth water
At Ma'tindale'a Riml ho
h.llrl bull,
At Herklci Hoad one
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WAKTEU
HELP A COOK pj Apply f-ontaballa Id T S0~ln
i-i .....- i.. '.n Appl,
DpU fi I MANAOED Raq
Enca, Bome ..r the largci
".mi.i obu i
. '.- wrhUp
.....thout gov-
id The subsidies or
> ships would help over-
speclive losses on tht
"ir-i
35 ships have been sub
Under the government'
Bit -\il.snli.-s
With thi"

by ih< impanlH rccetvlnf aid.
: th,- total
Bt home to something
tor \ raei tmly Tha
P f-.r a dDa/L
Lnurent
when they were nnnounced
rould "i>t be ie-
Trans-
porl Mln CrMrVrlai repeated
' :.ite in the lait
' parliament.
emphasized that the
- was to give the
merchant mprine a chance to
self to the point where
I' rould mart world competition
What happens after 1950 is up to
UM '!.....tnrs themselves and to
. cuirancy difflcui-
und the
. Canadian National Steamship
l.arlmiliiN Ural
Agency
ini.i >thial- commercial
residEnmal
OfTlce Htaluiaw Hold Ltd.
Telaphon* SEN
FOR SALE
RN-DAH-WIN. Pii.c Hill.
New bungalow built of
Stone, drawing dining room,
3 bedroom*, tea room, bath
room, kitchen, wash room,
gnrnge. standing in 6,000 sq.
ft. land Water, electricity,
(enlial section.
We BlaO have other prop-
M well as acreage on
OITBBOUND
LADY RODNIY
CAN. CHUISER
LADY NELSON
CAN. CHALLENGER
1ADY RODNEY ..
LADY NELSON
Maalr..l Hallfai H..Un B)'d. U .1-.
. SO th June Ird July 9th July Htli July Mih IU
lllh July lilh July ----- 13th July Tim July
llnd July S9ih July 17th July 5th A4. 9th Au|
lllh Aus 14th Aid. 14lh A '' A i-
Urd Aus. sain Am saih Aus. ittis.j. i
llth Sep Mih Sep. Iflth *p llib S. .
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I-SDY RODNEY
LADY NELSON
MDV RODNEY
LADY NEUSON
Aim.. Balla
nth July asth July Tth Aim
l'i Aus. SOlh Aup. ESth Aup.
10th Sep. IMtpSep SOth Sep
91h Oct. 19th Oct.
MM Ltd
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MISCELLANEOUS
Kellhed elderly n
lel bu.li*..
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GARDINER AUSTIN A CO., LTD. AgenU.
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Rapt) it
out
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cat or Fairchlld
d.nilil* nx.f-.i
At Walliiisiun Stieei on* an
propenv
For partwiiiara apply,
n-AFjcv a aeon-
Mar ' I
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11 Dnul In
Plane Crash
LEBANON OHIO, July 14.
I mlv it gaping hole In a field and
:teirM | li.- Of metal toda>
: w when- a United Slates All
rot B50 bomber crashed curry-
it UtMt 11 to their depth The
.lie p>aj OR routine pr.nthe
rslon and wa* carrring practice
nadMri | mbs The plane plunged Into
ground "it farm near hero
I Hm impact and
1 lor* hola In Ihe ground that
Ibout 11 '"ft daap and at
71 feet wide Thr big plane
Mown to pittas The lyodles
_ZL < i.ri parts of lha i>odies of the
ror 'Aide
i -Reuter.
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FRENCH LINE
S.S. "OASCOGNE" Sa.ling to Trinidad on the llth August,
1940.
Accepting Passengers: Minimum Fare
I19.t0
S.8 "GASCOONE" Sailing to Plymouth on the 17th August.
19S0
Deluxe C -bin f,,i Two av.nlal.lf S63?.00
B.W.I. Each.
For Further Particulars, Apply to:
R. M. JONES & CO, LTD.-Agents.
WK'VE OOT THEM ...
DECCA & BRUNSWICK RECORDS
All thr lpte-1 hits
Till; I IVMK Al I MI'OIIII >l
(Central Foundry Lid Proprlrtor-i
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White Wedding9
From Page 7
if riatfrr DucbaBRB Dogaua satin
ba i.i'i.-H-i Favourit
lour at the moment I:
:th bollli
i black rtbbad HUD, lined with

ther'l day, and the
i- lining gtvaa sUghtl* shot,'
orudj pftecl lo Out rnatsaiaL
Ktir taOM arho like the rustle
oinmcnd
lie Some-
t.mes lha ehenille is woven
p ids itnpap, and then
,tit at intervals and tied, so that
in to be covered
Ih unj vatval bowl Other
taflvtai Pad narrow strips of
threaded elosafly toge'her.
I the most I'opuUr colours are
i,ll dark and glowing. Olive
i. a trvan arlth
- 11. villow ihenille. have an
.) 411111 IT'
And If expense li no object,
than the most beautiful fabrics
ii choose are the pure silks with
I rnished silver-paper look. Blue
t id green, bottle and black, grey
Hd black, gold and white, pre
-"me of the colour combinations.
II woven to have a shimmering
*^*WeB*eW#g|" loir II #// Ippnwhst<-
I .A DIES' PLASTIC RAINCOATS all -re. $2 m --rh
MERCERIZED PRINTED LINGERIE i 90c ,.| Yti
. M'.n MilM in Emerald Oreen. Pink. Rrd. Gold. Lime tirern
and White (a 91.30 per yd.
SIIANTIFNG in Blue. Rose. Cream. IMnk Gold rt> -in per rd.
1930 STYLES LADIES SHOES In White. RUek A Brown Suede
Prices ranging from 911.36 to 912.1? Cuban Heel*
Also DRERKBg. ~ i sm 11 ^ SHORTS SLACKS Etc.. Etc.
IHIOAimV. if HI SS 4a|H|*.
WHKN IN IKJUBT ASK FOR . ,
TAYLOR'S SPECIAL BLENDED RU.\I
(Wilh Th,. Dulinrlivr Hui.Hir)
The Blend ili.il "Nov,'r-lp|s-y.ui-Di>uii'
1'nique in (|lliilily.
S.H.lh.ni; lo tin- r.,1 ,.,
TO ENJOY
IT
John Mt. Taylor A Son* ltd.
SSSSfSSS?,
NOW ON DISPLAY
A Most Beautiful Assortment Of
Amrriciiii Printed Poplin anil
Percales
M inches wide In over 80 different patterns and
design-
A Limited tjuantily of Knch.
They are good for anxtnin^ in Iloiisehnlil
and or Wearing Apparel.......
tmW N.E. WILSON & CO.
SWAN NT III \l. ....
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REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
BLADON
A P B F V A
Frmrrly Dixon A. Bladan
FOR SALE

OlldlV bulll 2 atorev
araati with 7 brdroonu. va|t
T.,
HANYAN BBaACH" Brtahton
ISi-.T- ","'",,' "'""'< on
a nthlon Bench with Ihe added
i*rti undy baarh
and men balhtnr IH-^ianed ii
ih* modern -t> la wltti open
* "..... Iiring room,
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a prlc* within lha
' a i
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riyjunwAijt. i(en,ivo it n
PP One of the nlr.-'
modern propertlri on th* mat*. <
nd In a wonderful lorntion Sal. .
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"arap arpa out to aea and over
Arrnmmodallan
^Maraaan lonnpe with alldlng
rjaaa piclire window*.
- ludy. 3 bedroom.
Tilrobe... J bathraomi
tub hath ..od hower.
'lyle hii-h*n. laundry.
i BTMra, sai-nc. tiled
NEA IIEM.HA i-,. Hm r>-
t.ile Krrenllv built coral atnne
la^if*!10*. In ",*cl **lntlal area.
Well uV.lrr.rd and conitnuted hv
.. lepuUble firm of Conlractorr,
.rdiobe.
PMJnafE. -I.,int. piuVrttrVTC:
rRir\rj.v haij.. MavmeR a
M old r>i-te home
;; *v" ."on wiih
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MKPI.lKd-
ic t^i Up.
i.rr for q.itch sale
OW. Ilracm,. Rn,d- a,
PWlt b-.llt of coral
-!)...l nre of over t'I
Hi*., p... d-,r .,, u^p
-' lo heart.. Conlali,.
., bedrooma. larpe
Irtf muni, sailer)*.
I*p Nnrrmoma etc
hi.bum home.
ton nardae*
mndem hoU.e
>puUr Ideality.
'hen'and 9bS.
around floor now
.TT" 7." a "*' Tn' fardan
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MHRBMCR II Oraeme Kail
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B-tUi wide (lontaae
( aral .ton- .all, with ...brrtoa
rai'HIed doors, pg
b'-'ard. T ne li a
""iop room
. T 1 bedroom*.
arvsnu room*, room
far I cara. prn. tpn for soUr
m ri.iperty may be
"ur-haam rull* flimlahed if re-
eulred at a very leaaonahlc nrure
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m .i aelaet
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They Had to GOAD the Bull to Keep
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That Cliche Alive
HWtlP IIIIIIIBIIM
A! lust It's settled What ha[>-
i i. the old cliche comes
true and | hull gets Into a china
hop? Well, to judge d
near Malvern, the answer 1*
Nothing
Nothin.' 10 Uw bull
's gotfled to behave aCODI
conventional ideas about bulls in
china shops.
ICader ii.-iii Champh n
year-old pritC Red Ajrsl
monttrated for 35 minutes that
a one-ton bull can w as safe in
a shop stacked with 1.000 pieces
of crockery on pUWMd steakta
and in claw rase* as- oh. a
Pekingese dog.
Police Constable BUI Ainge
rtephcrcd villagers in the yard of
Hayeewood Farm. Madersfleld, to
watch the experiment.
Stockman umn up
around the shop built fa -.. Bur
set. They earned stout > I
xlve in case the champ escaped
Ton Rono, lo yaar-old ttoos
man, led the champ by a rone
throufln the sab I
tit the Utn tuna shop.
Rosebud, browi .-
from Farmei Dom
at the othei --.
shop, so the champ could
... thus ret tor the
ljH-ning sequences of a 20-minute
\u> OH the ti.
Worcester porcelain. Tan
men on haycaris wen ready
Tom slipped the ropeand
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The champ lumbered, but dalnt-
Pa towards Rosebud edging his
ail ruck
ft
round a tOli

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The auccaaa with the
tand aranl to bij hi ad
iur Jubil:.- i
r a lamp
1 sen from Ihe onlooker*
r i
i ,h Stewart, director of iii<> nil-.

0d] waved B red plate
before the bull
ped to lick
Blonde Uyatw 11 Hai as
who had
I laved the it who had
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I Rosebud
tO the h-Offlt of thy shop Tli
movad.
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... j china
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"MAINLY
PERSONAL'
First Book of Poem:; by
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7 10 p in '
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N. II. II %V i: L L
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Pimples and Bad Skin
Fought in &
24 Hours Ml
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PAPER PUNCHES
i.l ISS tsii ST INDC li......It mi I id
Mil M 1 III I mils
iron tilt. SEAM/VTHESS
m issiiksVarkua si/,..
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In North Korea
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BANK HAM. II am s>.
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OKACI mu-
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Mr Barker 7pm BrasU
Pr*ach*t Mr I Wr*k*>
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P*tn*i Mr llitnop
MONTOOMEHV
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BHOff1 HIM-
Mr. Arthur
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. North Kurt-
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men hurt left for tnt
K raa araa making an
.ll-i.u*. eflort" to step uy lnilus-
Irial production in Ihe rear the
despatch added. Funds to produce

DoUaetnd by the populanV
Northern Pyongyang PtOT
bo an Hppcul (or funds by
Ihe Commaiuler-it-i
n Ki M i Army. Over 570 ""in iiri|
Kore.ni- have vohu I
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P.W.I M\ I I i \
M M>\\ U>VOT.\TF.
R| KI>A1 DM If, 19>
Lords Debate
Cariblx/an
I'Vderulioil
fr.ll
P4r I!
the Caribl Wv leal
that Uur univeraitj a til
ablr on
from til lemi .il help
a Sr*si i.
MDN ot Caribbean
but td product :
ei. mmiv ul whOI
as is mown tag thi Hcpoii wtueh
we arr now diacuasini I ImI Etui
igns oi thi real-
isation of I
bcOftU ,\ huh nunt Ci
rut r>laniim|[ cat
. -
I in fruch
matins at planning and iba
atrniiiht'ruriii ol West Indian
economy i>\ thi i
aecond*i>
in the merfcetini >! Wi
produce These arc oruj
audnplca
Th. policj ol Hi.- "
OeVttnn < : Hi,- ui-
nwl ion i'
i i
wnii.i. ti.v Cocnmonwaalth He*
cently there have l*en marked
advances in Jam*
-. nstltuUonal i
will fotol ..i later this
year to as Kructure ot
th. Laftsleuve Council and lac
' DUM What has been done m
the pasi ii an indication thai Hi* 1 '""> P**e I
Majesty's Government arc strongly t<*'k three wickets for i'3 i e
in favour of federation ol ln while D. Williams and W .On M
Hi t i ;.,iic.% The WRetookoiireji.il
next step if for these recommen- Throughout the da)
dittoni 10 ba debated in the v/rn, scored while 22 wickets fell
I bMfl The Play
laid ha'f '"'i* lhai I.....,is 1,111.; at sh for 3 wricked Black-
will be I and thai uii man and iktppei Byti U
their implications will I* laid ba- weak batsmen want to the wicket.
fore iha public n m an import* (>u tan runi "/are add
ani Hap W. real thai II i Man the partnership was broken when
*tr*
MM Ih- C tKiler?
Ull.ll 'OUhl IH-
Han Laathi !
HlMl i..uld hi
It.liiiler?
oldest part
para; and I have n.
nitlmata outcome
Mi
rlghth u
Lord Llstowel,
should ba
i later date
molle
Jaaaaaaf
e p.
which might well bring great ad- Hlackman VII .-aught by Warren ..tor.-,
tages and Ivnelit* to ih.it. the off the bowling of Orcenidge for a
Seturdaj -2nd but
begin on
atrrnaih ha* been lawsassd i.y 3nd July, and Sir Mal-
cj,pture 4t le**t of 30.0110 -\im-ri
ran rillr, fr.im llecln- BeertB
Koreans
Colonial Em- avail-played
. doubt that the "i i
>lll be a strong Wiltshire partnered liver, hut
mM bef< n- any runs were added Byei
< nd > i i lean bowled by D, Willi
that lor i.
Lha neai future Warren and Wiltshire were out
i a mailer that aithout any addition l< the arore
Hi- Hak srnmenl will Iiotii batamen wen- cauajhl ju
consider when I me I-m-a* off the bowling of Denis
asscusslons of the Colonial Lagls- Williams
lHurw are known So far, only A partnership by Hcrnard Mur- typa which h
one, Oranada, hai jrel coma to Hi und Ormond Marshall added m 0
final conclusion upon this matter, three runs to the constables'
and she is in favoui Other bar- Ix-fore Morris was caught b> Ray-
rtlorkw should now thi nold Hutchlnaon off the bawling ol
immediate l> Williams for two.
in! responsible c) Utadshaw lill.d the breach and
their representative* on ihe < loser he and Marshall took the score lo
Association Committal have so 5fi before Mandiaii a/as bowled b)
obviously dona themtelvei It'la K Greerudge for six.
hoped that The last wicket partnership I*--
i, t.,ki" i< .mait thi r .1 Iween liradahaw and Oraan a< led
i
if ,,.
with nn :
to repeal thai I
any Uov< rnm< are not at-
tempi ink lo evaue anj i>i than
?Kiung Hnuncial 01 economic n-
Konsibiiuy towards th
rtaa. We arc pledged I itaod ta
behind the Colonies and upporl ",* "'"'
then) in thi i *' oaaidga
ahaii continue to fulfil U I pUdga ^"', fS*.V^
towards a b.Ui.itut W | Indies. r"'nl UP \" '.:"
ni> three runi The tin*.
made by Green who war, ight
l>y Lueas off the bowling 0 W I
uami 'I'hr coiuttablai flrai innings
i | .it 79.
( .ii ll-.ll Itillin:;
(.'arlton upended then first in-
Uutchlnaon and K
I loth batsmen ap-
id tl
Hutchlnaon
Bxc I'ls fr
will suM i i
I
on Sunday, 18th lust.
Twenl> QjMSl MtM
to the I !-
BBi l-famoua i
Henry Wood Pro- rwentj guest ions* will be glad to
been note that th:
in .i coovenleni time for Uatem
Con- thai I ..
I The teem con li of k.
II.- v.iii be ictlng neth Home, question master. Ja
he Orcheatra In Uw concert im- Tram. Anona Wlni)
madiati ' .. i the w a n -
A.unison, and UV
i mo) will i . man Hacuorth who, in wpukhi
in.,i i ii. .i been i incing 'the
I |gi i n*--.: obyaef to liatenei
.. |
B (Lakme ind Apni froaa lha above time of 6.18
I iiic Voriu- p.m. on Mondays the prog)
ino and orcheatra Su cafl aleo ba heard on Th
nil Introductory 2.in p m,
talk at L" l'.'i pm and the pro-
Third Test Match
BroatdcaSl \>\ Lord Harawood Ai all
The Earl of Hai *.....I ephev Thli b> wn Bogland and
f tb" King and eleventh in sue- the We* indies begins on Thute-
- -i i ..... mar- days. 20th July. ,it Trent Bridge
he Nottil i
The raaulta -( American an <
aptured hugt
Seoul and "thcr depot
Thati long wpply Ittn oonatantlj
harassed by AnvH i
now their chief prabenm Puel lot
their tanks, hea>
unmunHl "i mu I
more than 100 I
roads and baatll] -rep
Nof Vet Hit II urd
Due to this ii.i In '
not yet ex| i artil-
lery concenlriili- i
the Bouth K n
ArtUlei
heavy morl
lively meagre, while the |ierfi
of Am
been Impi i
Whin the Ai
ii big artillery
duels are expected
(i i 'i have the advantage ol
upport
Ti.i- laderation I < iligtbk .
atrh awlitannt from the Colonial
Development and Wcll.u, Kuud
a- ii UJ be available t- the I'olo-
nies us a whole, On the othe
ott the
In nd, Mi- Majesty's Covernment, .
like the authora of the Report '
was caught by ffarmer
bowling ol TaylM foi two rune
Nine runs were added before
i the wicket
with N S Lucas, was caught by
Warner of! the bowling ol T.iU.ir
mu pilots. /Mi'Kn-ii mem- ;-------z"rr*-------""--^ ^..i^,
say lets should imt i. ii '' ri opere erttk for i
Hi iHacki The* i foi '" n London magulne
15.
look forward to the day when the
Wl I I eve uch econo-
llltj ai will tnable Ihem
to stand on their own feel ftnan-
.iaiiy. it u oui reaponalbUlty, In
the rtnaiKiiii and economl i
a in the political iphere, to help
Hi i, depend upon
them-*;. as, pi that ted"
erattoo will bring this eanuine
rrpei dence nean i to Ihi
territoi i<" 1 i'in grate-
ful lo noble laird-, who have taken
part m this debate f"i '
helpful ipeochoj l iim rare thai
my right honourable friend, thi
i i. Hi-. M.ii'
esty's Oovernroem, wlU take heed
I) Wiiii.ims went in to bat next
Greene who had opened the at-
tack fni thi constables, bowled
steadlb ii. claimed his first
Wicket when he had Williams
taught by Hla.kman Th. Carl ton
total was 2tt for the loss wickets when sklppei llutehinson
|i.irtnered Lucas
. Sir managed to add two
(runs but soon aftci Hutchlnaon
was caught by llradshaw off the
l-iwhng of Oreaoa arttho
able in ni-'ii Ins uceount.
I Ijmles: Oiaietl :l - lilth wick-
It paitnership with Li. ,i- A i-n,
I ." i l.in.i- w.is .le,in bowled by
nine

ship by Law ;,
leu next added 11 runs (i|
, ^ Z "" .' ?r 25: Mm Black Rock teem to*
. ...mmat.on of certain .hf- ned . S1,in. fflini tt u, Jj ,.,..
ficuiiies which are hkei> t-> arlti #,,,,. /,.,.., bowksd hv n,..,
in the event ol federation bacon }\'\"'']'"' "" lHml"' '"
tap a ,ei,h.> This ha. been .. rKn,,,,, four -rick*
THE^m:,;ri;;v-ri,:iwKL * -> -*"
action w) far ha*e been
elusive MHiMii. -. Ihe .inov
frowns on recitals uf Anieri.au
mistakes, the enem> must know
that 0 is have .....> beaabed
and -infill r miiih-iiiiv in
friendly planea.
Troops have been biltci .ilnit
these errors, committed usually by
jet llghU'i pilot- > 1
selves
(or in Ii
solid, obsolete 47's (Thunderltoltsl
and fleet, menoeuvreabli HH
l Mu slangs)
Dealing with the sturdy neavlly-
Kunned Hussian la)
chief problem of the war None
has yet lieen capture*! although
one was towed for a mil
An.* 11, tank recot n vehicle
before Its tracks locked, and "
attempt IS ah.,'
i'or tliii reason perforniAiici
dt-Uils remain unknown faJik-
jre believed to have IrontaJ
armour of upeeUllv liAidenrd
sti-el six ,11 lavegj inches thick
Such njoaiHwi as bas
in.m. anti-tank guns. TS-m.m. r>
oIlM 111 and 75-m.m. guns
of light American tanks and artil-
lery up to ios m m. i.ihn* nave
failed i" penetrate tin- armoui
1
, ich
II i;,vc the *ual bv the lllIC ihroughout
1 1 (-.-,'.,. ;
i 1 i in and there will ahsO be tlH
S' He wDJ speak about cur- usual half-hour cricket report Ln
ra and ballel In Britain "1<1 iDerlal proerssnrne '
and will deal among nthci things wOal liuh. beginning .it
with the poal of oeery d
Vaughan WUllai Hugh the VarlbbfhM Voices'
Lord ii. "i hai an The weakly prcinmuw of. Weal
'Xtensive knowledge of music and Indian prose and poetry niven
11- every Sunday will coned
and Is Short storied n the 16th July
idlcal ona by Idiyar Boyce of Trinidad
called 'Opera' He will spe.,k on and the other bv Inez K S
next. 17th July, al B-*fl Jamaica Itroath-ao u-gii. 1 the
p m
regular Una of ~ is p.rr
Taejon Threatened
By A. Koreans
|We
- th rallwa) The 1
lown on the lot
i '-'in petl -I tanks 11ml 1
thell
,',-..,
advantage y( higln
round, the eeeseaaasktsss
Savage Maul lag *i' Taejon. the rallwaj ru
Itatemenl report- south to Pusan port was
1 bikes against the the town's airstrip lyii
advancing Northern! said that area) was reported bandoned as
- kets iin-afe.
NON-fOMPFTITIVF
MUSIC FFSTIVAI.
CONCERT
. Wi
a
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W 1 "HMUMI.I si IHMH
21a July,
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tin. in- ti-ik Hire* and Tavlni i
rtva 11 r Mderaule itlsfacuon in
QM w. ; 1
l.v grateful to noble Lords
taken at tin- lag*
first Innln - lead ..i
kuna, 1 * -11 opened with Black-
man -mil TayhM
particuiai When th. total ^
have Kpuken foi then luiving dls- vVdlia
> lUed ih<- lecond deli
w-und ovi 1 rn>"' Uu
' ' 1 luthern end and Kdghlll took si
l**N if a Council nf Slat. ever> ril ,,,,rh Hla. km.it, made three
speech wai directed lo the merit- .., niied the breach
.! federation and then iva not ,.,,,. ,,nd Farmer settled dOW I
if fart) bias, despite the -, ,,, f.,,],,,,, .,; k Mjll,
fact thai si-ak.. from all Parties bowlers were changed hut thti did
00k pa.t In the debate 1 should not worn theec batsmen
like partlcularl) lo t......v. my rnaahed the ball t*. the b
noble ft lend la'id H.dl, :.- I am arv on rnanv occasioni The
l It
the deslri
Armoui pearoing rockel an
American tanks with M n m
high veloeJI| guns are yet tn be
lested
From the results ob*
the Tribune com 1 '
1 to m- sinv 1 ai
m ruble tr. 111 tin id
in fiixit Keuler
1 1. Iimptlon hinU-d p. H2 hef. 1. Farm.-i a-
nlne Black- bowled b) Edghlllfora
Wiltshire went m lo bat but
nnl) eleven runs were ad
tore he was -sughf 1^ in.-,- 11
hps "ft the bowline: ol w Qrt ei -
idea lor tin, 1
In the Hi M ball ..( Edghlirs
;.. ventfa over, Byt a
K. Hutchlnaon j*i third slip foi II
hn runs.
nd- The total wai n !
si Bn rster partnered Warn
. thi *'
mauling" when
'1, Kum River
I kootlng of deadly
nod 1
with blood i| In fues of
lei others dying
dolls", the
The coinmiiiiiiiin- tl .
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and light bombers sup-
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Communi 11 ncentraUoi
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rVarahipa In Action
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I road parallel to the
\nerafi wreckage Uu
after landing stl 1 :
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rr partn
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