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PACE MCIIT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FKIDAV. Jl IV 21. 1S50 a Dennis Brookes Is The ENGLAND ALL OUT 223 56 Horses Entered For Best England Opener ^LE^JlJ^L August Meeting Say West twites Team Wfy I'.i.r Dillou LONDON AT THF CONCLUSION of then drawn % %  "*' Wl* i:,( w F'"ty caine Bl-trr e minNorthamptun. nmbtn pi the WW Indies u-n had n 'fSLJ'SL^TJ^^^Si m ...-a* \\ ;il i 1'itlo: hesitation In f|glgia| Dennis Brnokfs th, batsman they have so far encountered It maj (><• i' Yorkshirc-boi*. playm member of the last tt.C i %  ieall> hau himself ho* evei bone hi one of hi to return to England n Test. For him To bf named one oprncr is prates %  opportunity lo %  [ layers In the rook and HlMei highly, hui Brooki hesitation in putting top m Ithei Hutton not •' %  -'ii luded in the Wast IrMhV (Or I land's best opeim tier Brookes llio timid lirmg in Harold Gimhlctt man from Somerset HU strung nttoeking pla) pression when they sav. they are all a little sui %  he has not been —letted more frr. quenti) for in* counto So far. the West Indies have not yet met Essex, and they were nil very interested lo hear about Insole, the young amateur eaptain who is being freely considered for the captaincy of the next M.C.C team to Australia. They did not have much opportunity to assess Freddy Brown, the Northanti skipper, who must also be a strong candidate for the captaincy, but 1 Know UMg ell respect nil •bUlty and that he is OM i %  amateurs in the counti v Up nt Northampton. I met .la.. Mercer, former Glamorgan bowlei Jack now divide* his time between teaching in Jamaica uod coacldng nt Northampton He was naturally deugliU-d with the success on the lour of Valentine, who was one of his pupils, but was disappointed that he was not playing in the match. He told me that he considered the 20-year-old Jamaican lo be one uf the cceatoal left-arm bowlen he had ever seen, becauea he really did spin the ball When I was coaching him, I tHOd BB tell t him he would never eel anywhere 1 until he could spin It mid he look the leston to heart", added Jack. "Providing he does not suiter any set-backs through health, he has a great ahead of him." Now thnt their tour is half some of the WeM Indies te beginning to feel the strain of slxdaj areas: cricket Ooddara told me he was perfectly satisfied thai his men would be abtl IT] on for the rest of the season but added that he would not like hi • t rant Pace X .ppejl In trie mme over H lx>wling change at ST II was not long before <;.part%  ntfjei ior the Barbadi* Turl ii place ul ncrsblp was broken Shackleton. . >b IfttaWUggsnOI iftiStiag due lo It was a double change who had been bailing freely, wn, U held nexl August 7th, 10th. | pel taklnj ins ball himself bowled by a Worrell inswinejer and ih. were SSOBSd al the Maon. The openers had for a mu" valuable 42. the highoffice* of the Cluii y. t.rda. SflVtsnl Job tsl score of the innings with the afternoon A total of W horw%  • .i figures as they resumeon 174—B~ *2 Shackleton.seMve f^^, ajniercd (<# tnt 34 .-.err Johnson 100 Ueted as a bowler, had made an --_-, „*—ayied M be run and this 10 2U .. s rer lSjwhul In Tee* cricket fl !" TZt,£*shSi'of the ,y going for the bowling Ho ^^ toU of „ „„,„„.,, „ afcj. vnrnt lime last year a — •' — -11 Fai.ru Adanx. B>l>al rtInfuouti. ADU Dtrm Abllilr. ed a nearly ovation for Gomes nearly through the leg trap gallant and %  WfSSSTSfl effort %  er jcined Jenkins and these vo remained together until te• won at ins for 8 \Tter Tea 1 the houndary. I limit's ..lL • %  • ;i plv lo the M Hcoee shlard .Mih numadhin but 1 %  1 ii to) three Among the entries from Trinidad are Fabulous a Jamaican ereole who has recently been promoted to ft las. 1 Trinidad bo: Wheei the lolal wo* 191. Dctlt Mll ln r elaw *, Bv* •>'• r m was |l imcl Ih,t.all CMher Trt. id:-* although silt ng in (he atUmpl. WM withdrawn at the la-t palnub ringing on Johnson Nine were now down for 111. JenaU „ ^ ins nrtgrrd for the leasecond spell insole faced a kins followed suit by lashing out ,,,-* MMU for the at Ramadhln and sent the 200 or the board after taking two four. The Barbados Derby received and a brace. Hollies howeve. „„ antrv of only six. two notable d was nol prepared to find out that db-entces l^mg Pereversnce and totah the bat-man pi.yed ^wing does not pay and contented Cross Bow, who at one lime^1 5 Miigle delivery with the bat, at himselT with unprodtnlive defair to be favourites. The class!'A ca five t trie wllv offerrngs f'nslve stroke* while hipartner ,ield , now considered a modei isatlng him completely enjoyed himself to Ihe lune of : .t c one the only outstandmt: an addition of 18. Goddard was i.orform*i being Watercress who 1 Johnson was Mi twice to ihe forced to bring back Johnson and won ( he Barbados Guineas las' ? u ry -I r ..'. he .?, tt nfl r !tJ'! Worrell l-ui the baumen held on March and two other races. She (eel 5*1. .-d-.-i. SECOND DAT .-. V, —CAIUIU -tASK A — S'l -1 aw) Quran, r -l HH Win* SIMM*. rii.^l—tnn. Rabat* AI*iiH>. 9Urm"> a... s. i—TSAr^LCAa MANOK AT a — i't %  • Suikton*. Watercreu. Bo-n-neto* naiuiliMi. PMUCT1|M. Duk.wila. Phsro* H Huui.'Mtlrn Apfil rio*n OSIrtke, >> %  •* M* 11—iivs>.Lr utAsri tl-uOMi — S'l Fat. Rad>. Rimi Cttm*Min !!*, B*>1 *""". Flam* . ..i.l .m.f -.. 1 %  --Mirosa a**D-*e B T>, l.r qi.*n. Fmnny Ad*'"'. •*. P*t U.*m. AIMlllT. DK *r from P.im.'dhii Thf .11 I'-.i! fur ,.. ••. I—_. a it, rr. Hun %  ..*. TWICO. V.*n Mo*— ik Planl hU>lii-r, Mo|-v R.rr >. II "llll"h -T**l r n hi Mao Ann. CwlJrlon. Baiuaion. F .... i>..iMTipi. DnlnMlla. Joint Ol niualicn. Brown Oiil. Apcj I Pluw be •in. -1 sari HAS c — fw, Qur*n| rabuto>. "'i Slart^ HUM. Tali 1 '..ull-tn CfO. Kid.lfad. Tili-M* DENIS lIKdUKI-s produce 50 but before anything *•*)! *.!.ofAKKS A 9 Far. Sl-'"<*. Fia ASan... gSBS *rnii Bright. Storm** Oin MMES aTABBB Dainty! ms again escaped In Johi next over when he offered a ley look the ball himself at |R up to his name very dlfflcult,chance to Christian! ID place of Shackleton but Stoll.^^•-tlay after'airly close in at short leg. Vatmeyer greeted him with three fine when in snttne went 011 for the first lima off-drives. Fifty was registered caitnun. %  I,,-,, W -,-, r,i.. ' %  r.-hcvirig Johnson and off lr; gj llln .itrs Inimcdia'.i-U al'I"";.,,, 1 .''' against the third ball Yardley raised the „. r uu, Yardley brought — %  MS. V-HJO-SI C — 7* — %  Sun Qu*n FMHIIOUI. Rtvar Sprit* ril*io. Fair ConMai. Southwt. CmOUce Inscored flve out of the six (for his team. pliers won the • -ii love 1 Jeninn with a single lo mid-wicket. klnB *„„„ he Radcllfte end. He It had been two and a half trttd two mor overs himself hours of tough going againr-t ^^f,^ dhng on Hollies The %  tight" bowling backed up by egk fUd no( ppeir io worn .client Melding, in which Goddard |hr b lt men bu, }Ml before lh set a splendid example Stollmeyer drove one back later Yardley pushed %  ^ J—JJ lrft who took ,, ..ion, Batlalton. F<-Jolnl Cammaini Flower* Bpwur* -TRAVALQAa STABSS iiintn DAY ,. |1 AlOmT BANBirAF B — S Far. ,'. Fanny ASam*. FIi*-!"* Fan -o"'h-'n C-. F*rt* S* tnf,ilon. Kid*d Tibrrlan lad*. I*"S H.W N.. I CLTBB BSAB MSMOatAI HA WD IC AS D S FW. "union* Witwwai. Battalion. Po*i ,t|nl D.lritwtla. OSMUt %  >?( HA. la-FLANSBBSHASDlrAF r — • Far. Tana. Mac Ann. Colklon. Ballaliknaahiv*. piMiacrtpt. Dulribalia. Jui"l CoanaSfBS, Pnarot It. Brown Olil Apollo "ia'* SfcgS— irVKSIltF BANDICAF ;-Taa*.OMa SH Far. Crnu Road* Rlwarmlii. CT*m*niina Oallani Hawk. H*it W .hr. Flam* Flow Bat* N^tl-SOITB OATS BANDICAr C — S'i Far. Sun Quaan Hive. Sp.lt*. *•' Star.-. .Nia'.i Fal. C..n*st. Mutt. Abllif "afM^Sa. M—SAVANMAB BANBICAF O S Fa.. Bun J~*l. Tanao. Vlaan. Oallai < Hawh. Jimn'. Star. Site Plant. Mavtlm* Ba^%rr*^'MtBCBAII'.* aAMBICAF Marv Ann, Bowmanatot. Baltalloii Poataropt. Pulrln*lla Jotnl Command p-haroa It Mi. "'balWii. pi'jra A — TH *•. Fatwlou*. Rfvar Spr>i*. rpprr Win*. Run Blla. Slalnt* tlliah-fnan *"b*V" I,,!,!.. !" Brar^n Roi-ii '"""'OWl. SILK LACE TRIMMED NIGHTIES Very *aj ind emeelaenl l nitaMi sre are having it pn Blui Qrei I i ,., M AQ|| CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD. 10. II, 12 8c 13 Broad Slreel 1YEASTVITE In the other one up rather tamely to the lei fixture Bonltas Ol lii-West Indian counterpart outOoddard lumped for it and rollei ptayad liarracuover OS he held the hall to glv< das winning the Valentine hi* flrit wicket of the matrh well Rugby Players In Fist Fight in 1 HI m MANSis'naUh by TIK-.L... a** wide margin 0 ,...u I-, Hi. l.aai|i V( goa)s lo m The in It) DT> follOWS Shockeltnn In Yardley had played u true Huent Stollmeyer hsd batted with beauty for 46 made in an hour He used the fluent graceful ofldrlve with telling effect Sorm ao of his effortless and nonchalant on-side play was equally H lovel> his to behold. The rate of Bcorinsj urned by Hae and himself wr sulking contrast to tbe plodvhlch *v saw before ._. was freer than usual. usually list to grow any bigger. KO(K (ho | ,,,,„, hl ,,.,„ W IV „ I|C ,„ hol(1 hlmselfto two boundaries. Goddard did not risk his combat Weefces. Walcotl. Stollmeyei. ]t WH Wl .|, lighted and heat rone of which dropped about two troops for the last two balls of 1 n __ tl _, %  .-Jii„ ( ." „„.,.. I,..;, ln|f and Jones., are among the latest racml;iv BiiilUl ,,,.„„ ,, rt „ wK( n (pt ., m ld( hP rlm the day but sent out Chrisliani who J* ( : Feel in en x lo to "^ Boaitas Uotti 1 everth b smy in lbs Orst halt. Owen JohnATter Uiiee nuiet overs. Shackleding plsy i'i' 1 %  ih .. I01 twice lumped In to Vateotag lugNHi KM — Iturruciidas ren pcettj until aboul ShMkleton, coming In UH tagi llrvt Test innings, promptly surved an appeal for stumpiiui SYDNrY AusUalia. July 20 Playei s traded punches and Sral knocked out in a brawl which follost-ed a Rugb> Leagu where the "outhern division Wednesday defeated a British louring team by 18 11. Earlier in the match Boh Ryan, the British forward had been sent for allegedly striking English County Cricket Results LONDON July 20. Cricket results at H arrogate. Yorkshire beat Leicestershire by 10 wickets. Leicestershire 115 (Coxon five for IS, Wardle 4 for 3?) and second Innings 1*8. York' Wglp rt g nn j „ hlie 2 u (Walsh 5 for 44) ana second Innings 71 for no wicket At Lords the Army Drawn THERE'S PA.N RELIEF AND TONIC B ENEF IT Yes I Yessi-Viw quickly •not ties awray headaches, neuralgia, nerve and rheumat-c 1 pains hut it docs a.irocuting • caw too I Because >* k' valuable I *•"* •dsX"] took propenics Ycwl-Vrtc r* ^ ^) t hck>,youtofecI bnghtcr. kk f} J\ beticr, sleep more M0 • I lV 7 \ \ r*, / I HOVAI, h ihe '"i 1 icit HFI of Ihe goaL Hall time fotr.uid with no fuiiher score. Earl) in tin lecond hair John two up with 11 hot /mm Close range Almost "casualties*', and this Is a worrying time for Goddard ar ager, Mr Jack Kldnev Least concerned about Ihe strain of continual cricket—and certainly about his own performance* is Sonny Ramadhln He looks U mum.h.uK afterward if he enjoys every minute of the .. !in| Mll li%i game, especially m*en lie lj. I>-.1. , .. %  .,.,, M t H*. : f i : N, 1 rtni ,t! Herberl r. could not help noticing how_miich llllM1 ,.„ jk ,„,., (tl(( (|( w .iifuculty batsmen had n hitting ,. ilK |:i Itt( ,. | l() .,,„, ^ him "round jh r corner.' u „ ,„ ., , I|( () Ramadhin hai been ir smaxlrai ( __, buccess on Uiis tour, and su; much Bonlts llftli goal lo glv onvlni Ii received them without scoring received yet another hf -r( 10 West Indies Ihus ended thr 20, Walcoit dropping hlsn I)J% 14s mns behind wilti ..t Lne tuinps off Valentlw ^^^jipu intact, as romfortable R 1 the first ball of his next Rtttf> o1 .fjairs as we could reoably wish for. saw Stollmeyer d I klituii. The latter was th IK and Ihe total l?8 '' % % %  I.laid did not take the new ball immediately, and Ranudhln. %  latlon, broke the i>artncfhip b) clean Imwllng Kvans game after this incident when the match ended scufrt broke out and Surley the Nev Zealatnl (or ward was knockei out The British learn led 11—4 al halftime— iC.P.) has he Improved his fielding thai at one stage Goddard had him in tbe silly nud-on porinon wbers he stopped a couple of good forcing shots with all the of a veteran B.G. WeightHfter For Paris Snappers : i — Police i i Due ti. one ol men being unabli 10 plair, Bnapi->itniKli U-ft down one of their playei to make thugs even Snap'N-r* ^turlcil .it .. very hoi l'' and Ihe gama was hardly fifteen second' old when Ihlhert Bannl 1.1 thi Sngppen ke> wingsent in .ui absolute 'siler!'' I'MII-IH il InniligA Evans had Ijeen gniDal well, and !.'" nad nil laro inarp bounoariei with EJ .tils off Valentine to highlight attractive and polished 1 After the IM) hsd been hoisted 200 minutes of play. Johnson and Worrell returned to take the : aw (mil Shackleton snicked a four In Johnaon*! second over and then "iiviu'il a conftdeni leg before Scores r-Nai-tND 1ST INNtNOS I Walcoit b Johnm .V-.hl.io.j* c SloHnkrer 0 Worr* I'arhhoiiaa r WaaSn b Jahnann (lama* b WorrMI Uk*. i ;ouda-a b VassntHw .IK lb>. %  !.. %  % %  na i> K.n>..ll>in hi. %  -n Ii WortHI BSBS Joanaun llrdxi > Stullnnnrr l> Valrntlna ^in^^m SSS Sl !" S, SLSSl"u,"% • el another, and right before the end of pla> skipper George Maclean scoreit goal number six making his team the British Guiana will ie renteabout toe same amount "f Lings, sented at the World WeightHannlstei had the Police goal-net lifting Championships in Pans, vibrating as goal number two bv a welghtlifter or I delegate, whiraed in to be selected hv the B G Police then U-gan .. sluhliorn WruthtUriing Association The g?"*" tl "" h ,,r "k< up several Paris gnmes are scheduled lo snappers forward movements md teke plsce In October this year. "*' % %  •'' """ l atortl) before half The Association was lioplng lo nna thai BnnniBtei put in his third Bynoe and B Patterson, send „ learn to repeat or even : '" ,l Hnrraiiidii.i P. Fletcher (Capt.). better Ihe ColonvnerforniaiiSiva 11. ..flee the second half K Taylor. G Jordan. H. I'ortlllo. J7s nine 1M7 SamJ1^1 Smb.-!?* 1 *&* Snappi-rs' captain ( Kvelvn. B Armstrong and H delphia. USA., when B.G into third place and world recognition among the best lifters from all countries hud George Maclean si..." but Br o wgW Pen* SSr&.. a S!^L. 1 ^ 'SI*'*.*: ai'o. ""'" ''w.Vh'll.'l'l;.'''',,,",VS. Str.. C. Maclean. (Cpl.,. IVatf i 1 'I'II.-.made %  plucky attack A Taylor, C Maclean, D. Bannisvhen McDonald nUchardj. feea t TgfJ tec, K Ince, M Browne and O at the half way line Rogers stood down In the meantime B G weight,,,. ,,,. lk ., beauUrul shot which unPolice: -McD. Richards (Capt 1. lifting aces, with their eyes on ,„,,„,,.,,,,, Btrnck the crossbar 0 Porter W Phillius. 7. Willi local championship titles oro a „d bnunml out of plnv 1 Dodxon and E. Harris gearing up for the big attractions From this thn in bv Incr of the year, the Senior lifting which was passed on to BannMat, Referee was Ma). A. R Foster competition and the Senior "Mr. he cored his fourth goal This Next Thursdays fix lures will be. Guiana" contest only a few brought Browne I'rtck into the Snappers vs Hondas, Swordfish weeks off v,,-. no stopping the vs. FUing Fish



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IKII.W jri.v 21 iMu Withdrawals Exceed Deposits: In It.G. Post Office BufcaSM Advocate CatMaaaadaaJ GEORGETOWN, July 18 I kSTEB GENERAL Mi K I R Kirl "i '%  %  %  %  raiDMM foe Ihr yi firt lime since 1940, withdraw., tpouu 'intuited Ihe hravy withdrawals M Ihj individuals at surplus.-., retained in .-HI*; higher it "'.''•• i i i id %  iimaiii m '*' : ppl lha ... u pmatmwut For %  llalllefield" RMiBAnoS ADVtKATt; ,i IIIKH: Th.' It.'por I „ i III iii ... i infill lor „ 19411. .ni.l %  ljMi.... u %  •*.HHUHB .i.ui.i fMij.ai4.0g m imi , I I %  NO ,, H\ 7Mw. tor I ... .'45.581 provp. Thaw !oi 1048 were IMS.047. ;l MM %  £liars row Ir.-.m $11.344.2" no I %  BCLIZ1 • ld H UM m poliin of nvMiinttUi locreaMd fron S1l.0Ta.ll8 If. $11,317,204.00 In.; the ledger value loll bran tlZ.194.99100 to *ll.5*>.82: tHi "\-r the same period; the lalte; n due lo the low ruling p. ices oi bOflfe r that end of iai pnttan with iB4(i. Inromi mill Kxpenditure %  %  waa S364.020.00 ... which *383. led interest on tlU and Ljn increase of MI.IM.00 on the 1946 figure Q| $310.34900 Expenditure totalled $337.8LM nt which $236.44000 re mow KM interest credited Depositors in respect of the yeai 1947. ann M .430.00 in respect of the year 1946. and •1.302.00 In respect of the year 1945. The net operating profit for the months lotvear was $26,192.00 after allowrazee fund', it. '"g for the Don-ttcuamt Item* itilld u Union Hall and procure of expenditure namely aesjl p toonl enltiee f(r the workers and stationery for necnuntiiii! X i. Honduras. machines ($10.821l and Th The CH) Com, inn $3,100 more to make tin i Mini of $8.0.10 for the job La Oovarnjor apjiointeci .i COnuoittM to tudv OBUS (or the Bat'provement. The Com" %  vemeat u %  'Id (iiopcr. and also of the area between the Rovol Bank and the Swum Bridge, %  Mule Park The imorovement btglni toon Union Conetuct* LotteryDh,do. iktfimm r^MoiMtMi) m .. ... „ BBUZE •vim the i.oveininem's permn* %  : % % %  erel Work} ting England Iff Out Jar 223 %  %  Kin, MM) uut bu\i % % %  •WUl I ll.U 1 %  %  oth i. nday *>. *< .. *' %  • flaui eribl urfOMtii'le Lteu if [ *4Ty :iiu, x r-.... | 0 1 .reat IW H %  1 %  . %  %  %  1 the We Ii %  <• %  .. • %  1 On Tup uv cat M ... ... i i line i t hancea sell ui ten cents each I lie "Jaekpot" is one hundred Than i~ elea •. Four 0Bd prize of $A0.00, and "frtprbe of $20.00 prizes of persons >On each ;.ie paid mi the last $75.00 whining num. the tw Foratciea H of forgery were dlzdurlna the year. Twe eharged were fined ach; UK 1 perpetrators of the. f.rfgenf^ have Of $1 '••> • % %  .!< \\ ..ii bMli traead The total amount difli .f lha win,,ui;-, 'nvnived waa I25.M and fha Sour In ,,\ ibare are ai-.u. dapoaltors have %  uftarod no Ion. indred and thro** priSH. the amounts involved hnvmr" %  plinted on perbeen made * new date of expiry of r Of the Counril"! POUR FRAUDS I GEORGETOWN. Tha Police are Inveatigaui lour rep irt 1 of fraud involvini: nutted on i vrrnnieni Department', and two business places. At the General Post Office I Kampa whlh were rroffl circulation some j-uddenly appeared i rupioyee* of the G.PO. have had their homes bad nrl manv others have i>een quca'toned. At the Transport and Harbour IVpartmenl a Clerk has been in. from duty while polic•vestigntions continue Inio alleg•,on of defalcations Sandbach Parker Co .• robbed of $1,600 when N %  ceouni said to %  ior graarthaari nippUad Pio Rulmveld. The ca*lier said Ihe ..uutii was tendered on June 2" %  id a cheque drawn up and .mded over to a young Ea't ,dian man. On that day the as cashed at a Bank, bu' 'tie fraud war only discovered laci .•.ii laj The other report concern* tin' Co.. Ltd. ( Canvasser is *aid to have lad over mien had been collected reml JITOSThave so fr been In 11*4!" i' i tht Ant time in 'he British Quiana nKfuction of logs %  % %  i sawn lumber irum exeewled three % %  %  PI PIcent on ii-*. %  . Til. %  %  %  ,,l the i.uiK ol nuctlon v... 1 gbrorbed b> the local .,k. .'."I '->!<>;. the Conscr..,.,., ul Forests, in hi -eport to the Oovernot 'There were, mou. • thai UM major local ,e<|Uirements for timber were Thenwas a contlnuad ; luction ' t n.iK-i otkei thai grarohaart, inua rontlnuuig ih.trand ol fcna Pa I theie was some of the more %  hardwood* UeeliiuTtirre % %  i"' d aclina due largr1 to the partial conversion of the II p p I y ,,i Thara was. %  raaae m enarcoal pioUuctioe partly owing t.. |ni ui exporu. Prod... I Lome Inlha decontrol i 4J million. . : I,.data gum weak..wbat during the yeai ..nd the ilaari) P**C* increase, which bM % %  PP-ieiil for the \'.ir' was not main|i • d Piodurtion dropped by-18 %  :.' b t&H ..•newhat unpredictable market British Guiana'^ total forest .-stimated to amount to -0.000 square miles or 84 per cent < • British Guiana's land area, and . fth ( ,f the total lies in the near interior The other fo'-irM: • illy %  '-ssible for hulk timber transportation and i.n b' developed at present oni> 'or balala gum and other minor forest product' and fo, purely local domestic timber requireIt %  behoved thit (he neer n.terior forest* are capable of providing for ail possible expan%  ion if the timber indiiMry wlth. r--vt 2'j year* The Conservator's Report gives foil detail* of the Colony's expon trade for 1949. i is noted UuM tm ol %  -nppiying the i; s Market with round piling and the European market with hew n square piUnjl i v catlfUlf much c.-ncern. • The lot s.rr specified loi these markets are obtained irom lire classes which anj very • ( j..riiiglv represented in the overmature natui i' i• i It %  > equally difficult both from Ue par forest management and ocot omu cxploi: :MI to supplv a prepondaraoca ci Vhcsp sires and the need for expanding the sawn rnaikei lot becoming ftcraaa* %  T.B. WARD OF 100 BEDS i ICORGBTOWN. July 18 Sir Chrle> WOOaW), Ki IfuG told the annual Public Mcctuig ol the B.C. Society for tha Pravanl;.,i. ,,1, IraatBMBl Of Tuberculous on Sunday that work will begin shortly on a new ward to .itvommodate 100 beds at the BeM Ba n a t Q ri mn The initial i tha new ward will l>e approximately $150,000 Tlie G %  it .. v .ii. nienl have ubvady advertised for a special Medical Officer, trained in TH work, who will assist Dr. II. P. Fernander Dr. Fernandes drew attention to the fact that "tuberculosis is last becoming ihe major couunimiuapi olem In British Guiana Indeed, the success of the anil-malarial canipautn has nov raited II to ujidlsputad leadersiup it || not uliinnl la ravaal that tha w i.t.:n l.iit ..f sufferers -.eekniu 1" gam adum.Moii l w (he .. %  ..tiuni, .(t.Hxl at 332 at the end of 1949 as compared wilh 158 In 1946 Dr. Fernar.de said that the In. .-:.>• %  ol rely I II.. i. I. i in ..j T of nan .> %  Good Fmclice Cnawnantlag on lha praziondar. of .iinoriaiv tuberculoaui in tlie diagnosis of cases gatn at Uic CUnlO if Georgetown during 1949, the doctor &aid that the local custom of bolUna oil milk btfort pooguxaptton was a very good thing He said that bovine tuberculosis was a great problem in Knglumi ..nu leiil-lation was being enforceil :.. in.ik>' -tenli/ation o( milk compulsory. TinBail Sanatorium with cII.II for 164 patients .' full capacity all year round Total number of 334 patient! were treated during the year, 102 MMrc dikdiargcd. 75 died — 39 of them within three months from advanced die;i-r .1..:. i.r.iith of stay for both sexes w 39S days In 1949 the Sanatorium carried ii oparatloni which compared favourably with any Sanatorium in England with similar staff At the Best everv conCatvabla modem drug is being used. Including sulphatioxone and streptomicln The doctor pointed out that more modern drugs are used in 11 G than in England Listing improvements carried on at the Sanatorium. Dr. Feniancos mentioned a recreation building, a sputum sterilization plant, new water storage tank, cipable of holding thousands of m costing 15.000. new X-ray processing plant and refrigeration plant The Wards have all been repainted and a new ambuUmce provided. There were adequate X-rays, and any patient who went to the clinic was automatically X-rayed Vestry Want Report On Houses In Christ Church THK CHRIST CHUKCH VESTRY voU day lor the purport' ui t'liiplnynii; people* lo nuki Of tlie chattel houses In that pjinsl: .m-t to repoff Oil then condition This was after they considered .1 U tut from the Colonial Secretary and a report from Mr. J S Dash. Ch,u:maii ol tha Hun teamRgdM CommitUv. in conDKtion with the taking of precautionary me th oal In case of a hurrtettiw Cholera Grounds For Playing Field Imported Ja/t(i/icsc Textiles I HI. quantity, kind and .aloe of %  %  leatiii iported into the Brttlal %  i' Indudtng I /in IWinud.i but ex.; utlni itntiNh Quiana, In 1947. i-aa and I84t ... 1. quoted b) Mi .1 .1 iffltha in the Houai %  I II ..11last -nk lt fottowa I -IMI M: i'.o.h's ranort an t atten t ion of tha vestry tha uraant need for prompt i| Infnrmallnrj on rural houalnj It .... sugge*ted In tins icpoit ton of that %  mm I to collect data including the uaUira of "'" '"'' the ha %  1 '.: T.>lal The law governing ei^oloni %  ** tanefl r orn iiti on r. would grounds would ftn\ have to IMprovide the dam.... %  1 sj 1. %  1 mded hM Ih* DOVtl gTOMtHl *f of Cnrltt Church lo become %  ,J,L111 > %  P aymg li.-Ul. Mr Fred Uoddaid. Iiurn. u %  %  I P tOto til,Ctuial Church The repoil BlU Vestry ye*u-idu> Hall Ihe viiirv %  pproaeti tha QovTrtii in reeoinineruimg ;i piece of anuneni tot %  covar thl land at Serjeant's Village whlcli BJCptndlturt which WOUld I Wm* an ideal s|u for providing caused b) lilt PXtra dutUt Ol Ih. another pla>mg Held Uxthe parllUttk bn, he made u motion, which wai ..nied unanimously, thai tha IMra* i:\|ieiisrs VMti> appoint a committee to ,, ., .. 1 %  VI 1, i^tiinates foi the pitMl K paralion of tha rtte at Bgrieant' "'"' M "'"'" "'* '•" **' l! "Village ns 0 plnvmg Held Oovarninent iteuld dafra) The Vestry was discussing ; l' lls ''• %  burrlcani would I .11..H I < sauu %  a. V4vaiw r ill Jan.aMB r.ssA.> 1 111111 4J* I.IU ,.,,.., i 1.1.van* S. I..,,,.. I ii.7vt.sus smise •) %  < %  i n. led vest 1. jvport from the estimate co~mIsland praad and in,t mittw 1,. the cost of converting > *iy particular parist. the cholara ground of the parish "• %  >igK' slcd that U into a playing Held. The land write the Government was about four acres lhem Mr 1 b Mr. Ooddnnl 'j.id that owing Mr. Waid said UuM Ihe mattet lo the number of cholera grounds v,. of vital importance in Ihe poor and the population of the island, pi 10M of the pariah. The inspeche was of tru' opinion that ihe tori ihould be made lo make a cholera grounds of the island tabulated f the houses • •*• VU. r %  (.' saUlnj it hut because the need of a playing Hold 111 the parish waj, so greet, b • had derided to sell Speaking on .1 CJLtsazaaB ratal 1 about the Government maintain.ng the playing field, he said ihai ihe idea of the Government wai thai playing fields ware solf> supporting. in their rcapactive dittrietg .mil ^ n „ ( visit them %  yeai The chairman reminded Ihe PSISM vaan ">%  after the hurrh inc ol \nv,t. paopia pat mom 1 for blown ... •-.%  which they ucvet haj Ottm %  lain „' %  : lhan tut wan %  entltU to 1 .MI Ceaw vr Dgsnrion eld Lh| try should ask Ihe sanitary board to inatrud their stair t.. bagui work imiiiediatelv and be hoped Ihe vestry would Me their way to pay Trin Vj|5"* the money Tlio mattei wi utent because no-one knew when %  hiiimBUM will visil thl In the meantime, they could apTo>i proach Government (m the grant of £250 -1 -t... 1... w neither |O0d "'" I %  ... qai .'I Ihe parna n %  ..,'. % %  bi %  nt thgq .'i re>l) .1 comfbi table heigh' I was • I Mil I %  et thorn* 1 the) did Certaiah A %  iok an I Simon .. .11 above Ov t> ••• The tcgun %  %  •>' < raand 11 • 1 < %  II Went liulte*. Goddard i*'apt t.l Rae Btollmeyei Worr.1 We. ki Waleott, Ooniez, ( 1 \ il< %  The Start Kffiajand dmppwd Hul (.Junblrtt. both of whom s.n. mill Motion was I1.1M1. tioublei With the lumbago win. hi .He. ting him wrouaboul the I 1 .in.-ii. anil Ciimhlett A i!>i 11.. 110111 11 U11I on Hie b of the %  ash Yidie> brousthi in tha iat nunute $ %  !* ted J Don 1 i.imbndgi' ami MlddU • efl h.HI-led liatMllUl 'I lei %  i .ii Goddai' %  %  1 .it. .i ;. ida ha* m recovered Il* bun U) pUU VardW) won Uw lo and elected lo imi sending U H hi k lo 1 iin n 15.00H gpactatori wati he Won ell open tin hi lha West Indies r. bafgsn 1 tii m.iuiehs. .1 1 1 Ra4i llffe I ui ind Worrell i ..in tinPavilion end Simp in opened Knaland'i ore with .1 quiet nrq U ufl John* %  dauvery hi I nd .ivn Next ball a loud aiiponl by .'nil Ihr out dip held .1 Itch behind the wicket v..unst Washhrook we disallowed i.y umpire ileiimt Johnson waa using an orthodox attacking fast %  '. lei %  Held, four Khpp anil Goddard nl shoi 1 n.ul-wickol Worrell employed iwo I square leg. The We-1 Lodaw d I t blOM early in tr six Pins had hnm I ilM kl ivth ovei "f the day, W uM teurtd iiie eiige of w.i hi ge the Ijuicaahiie man went lo on linn lo log. and Sli Unwyi 0181 leg slips held the boll flrmlv LB put one man baafe in Ihe r.ivihon with the %  oorabuaid rood ma om.no.i-i> o 1 :i I'atkhouse --me in ami Ihe bal-II.F, ,1 niggled along with the Weal Indian on then toes 11 was not mi; befoie thev wen-eparaleil Simpson moved Into hu WKluM 10 IW from Johnson going In Ihe leg side, touched it wlUi lh< %  1,1 hat ami eave Wakotl .. < onitortable waul high catch -mnding back Thiv was a bad slarl foi fvigland tot only 18 rune wenon the ecora hoard of which Simpson had made 1 .in Bath open* and oilll%  %  %  %  psjrtnar. W 1 atch at 1 %  high and 1 J %  I ... nth an ut > ..I bin Trae.dv %  I the orthodi 1 1 %  %  %  eon tribute enyUdtuj lo lha pool, end .< pob %  11 tin < %  %  %  v ved .in appeal fron %  manl In 1 .i made a fsj pace 1 ml w MORSES [ COMSIOCKV, WORM PBaltTB I r... ,. m II $5,500 Wanted Police look tor For Refuse Dynamite Clue* Collector The Weather Sun Kises: 1.39 a.m. Sun Heto: 6.28 pa, Meon I Pint Quarter 1 '>. ,ng or arectlni 1 ..Hiti.r A lei'ei lan lo ina %  he 1 Health requeuing them to make %  Mr McKenxie explain • %  i:iig work In the Christ v'hurch parish could B ried out properly wiUiout uddi• ionul equipment. He made the motion for the raising of the loei 1 Mi Ward Pri-ient were Ki-v A 1' M.ini ville fChairmani Mr S *.T. K%  o Mr C Dl iyb '.I' I B .1 1 Fred Ooddar.l. sf C.P Mr It St O Ward. Mr C U Brandread MT j w. 1 U %  ITon A r, Oittom MI.' 11 hti 0 1 en n 1 Palsee carried Dol large scale dawn raid* on Ih.villUI WUUhles an-i Heslo,u but weekend but have nut U v<>t found anv < lue aliiul ihree re enl dy^iamile and explosion*, one at Wilhklos Police latlon and the 0tO8TI in the MonliH'lier area No dynamite wr found but a queniitv of fuse wirr opiier wire and paraffin wax he lvi.1 which wa preparing Ho WEST INDIAN PROBI IMS AND PROSPECTS Tltc Timt\ \urt( t • %  ihr liniwh t OlotUa Ihe KCOOd I" be 1 I -is specially concerned with Wcsl Indl I aace sad 1,. 1 rnb' Wall Defeated by SOVotci "ANTI'/i A ii I rsjcaM bye-eiWtion helo in June 30th to I the vacancy cauaad by the death of Mr. T. M I'eters in that lalai I III it 1 f) Osborne defeated Mr. C I Wall bv SO votell hnr. JII ..pen mm.I 1.1 id. dsvaanon .1 ouistandUUJ problems inla> I HHHTi How much *oubl Irdri.iitiin ,oninbuic 10 iheu eajauaa Whi •ignili^aiu.r >il pi oroil. in lh Wc^i lads i' .. l 1 iBthorttiei < %  • the Wghesi Mendtog IHI.tr Mil.,,1 ,11 m, include iii LotmoK essrtisai m 1 1 %  1>I1 HUglll. l U ll *oik of ih^ I" 1 I tagau. "tl Ihe n lofjauai BILLS FOR COUNCIL 11."..i... .i...,i. rwt—p—a—*i \-;nouA Bilis which are to be Intro 'diced at Ihe fiitthcoinlng meetini'. of the General legislative Coun..l on 20th June Include The Act" lft^O and the ViitltUUV A. ' %  C400for Methotlinl* a*>ba4— AJr< t %  M..n day. UN M Mi 1 sfrasseaaseti AM : [QUA NEW STATUS FOR CATHOLICS I .ONDON, July 10 %  -"' %  <' enorted lo n Mimstei I it ni iffeh stand 1 it %  "t tha nan status of in Ron % %  itholli 1 hurch In thi proyin r of Tranaylvanla "m %  vlUi tinfflsjan expri thi • rgy" at "ingress Transylvaio. I %  'i I 1 1 11. 1 %  B> lonfli TIII-^g^^TIMI.s siRvn 01 THE BRITISH COLONIES I jr the only Rumanian province wi" St John's on a substantial number of Roan .'., %  ,'t-.. C401 — stanaar Obkn-jkir (ran .. .. v di 114 f PEDIGREE BATHING SUITS AT REASONABLE PRICES ONE and TWO PiF.cE BATH SUITS JERSEYS and SATINS 87 31 RUBBER BATHING CAPS Qmmnm from Sl.Olt • K..I Blur WhlK Blatk r.rpii Tilt MOIIIIIN Oltt SS SIIO|ll sssi BROAD STBKET i 18/



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PACK FOI/R BARBADOS ADVOCATE I 1(111 \N il I N tl, 19.11) BAKBADOSMAmtKsffE r. 1-i Friday. Jul> 21. 193" \l W S HUMS II it I I AIN u* i> \\ MI RMPU IIOIII K is ll l|i I i <-in I .S. V THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY after %  long delay passed an address approving the ReUeJ (iwdi Agreement between the ^overnii,' United Kingdom and the United States. It was passed only after a searching debate in which members <>f UM House asked to be satisfied that the liee entry of good* undei tins agreement would not dugencrftte Into *• pnetloi ol woldtaii payment of customs dues. It w.ts perhaps necessary that u. caution should have been taken as it Is not impossible that unscrupulous people in this island, without fully realising the advantage which the agreement brings to the poor in Barbados, would attempt to get in dutiable goods free. There is a tradition bttWOtn Baibadians in the United Slates and their relatives in this Island, that they send gifts of clothing and small portions of tood and toilet goods at the change of the seasons. One reason is that ut the end of the season when American fashions change, goou uriitlt-s of clothing are discarded These STa very serviceable to people in this island. In other inihildren Who are without patents or other relatives receive clottim, would be rather expensive it bought locally. In recent tunes, charitable organisations in New York Have been making bulk gifts of clothing to similar organisations in this island. On such occasions the distribution is accompanied by a ceremony and the general public know of the gift and of its distribution. There is a fear, however, that as relief packages which are not over 22 pounds in weight and containing clothing, food, medical supplies or soap can be sent to individuals, opportunity might be taken to bring in articles which are dutiable and so avoid payment of customs dues. So strong was this feeling that members expressed the view that medical supplies in large quantities and even certain drugs which are cheaper in New York and controlled in Barbados might be brought into the island. The main recommendation which encouraged honourable members to pass the address was that all the other West Indian colonies had passed similar measures in reply to the Secretary of State and it would have appeared strange if Barbados had refused. In the face of this, the criticisms were many and strong, and those mi nilx-i-, of the community who might have bees minded to reduce this method Of helping needy jieiiple to what has been described as "a racket", might well ponder the seriousness of the matter. There will always be found, people who regard hoodwinking the customs as %  legitimate practice, but it is clear now that this practice carried to any great extent might well deny people less fortunnte of help which they deserve. The Government gave the assurance that where such practices were detected, there would be appropriate penalties imposed Without this help, thousands of Barbadians will suffer materially. And it would be tragic if these were to be denied such help merely because of the selfishness of a few people. The criticisms of the members of the House should bum; home to members of the community who might be concerned in the bringing in of these gifts, a sense of responsibility which comes with this privilege. At present it is impossible to obtain from the United States, because she is a dollar country, many articles of varying degrees of usefulness in this island. The only way in which they can be obtained is through gifts. To be guutj "i attempting to defraud the customs and thereby possibly to disrupt the channel through which thousands of people Meve received assistance would be a great disservice to i he people of Barbados. Olll HKV1IKHS SAY: British film titH/i-r In HitrlMithi* The Editor, The Adroroia S1H %  i %  %  OUtfcide tinBritish Empire and ii •• Deptndencji of Hollywood. Our cinema moguli "> Barbados never Import-n British Molmn ... Swi*s lilm although. nuay Such Ainu win prisei In International "im contests ami are reported on enthutlaitlcelly In tin* USA Tim* new* magazine Here |M the UUM of OUUtandlns Olmj r British oriKin not yet *een in Barbados Cannot Government use H %  •' a %  to have them ihown, hen to popular audience* in Ihe commercial cinemas? Ilamlel. The \Yin-l H %  i M. -, ldtl Hlae LuiM, Pawpurl to I'imliro. The third MM. The Hasty Heart. Mr. Poll*. A d go to %  South Coast for a convales. tg holiday. The foreign OflUv | unxious to assure all enquired | ,i Bcvin will be "in constant ,ich" and that paper* will be nl down to his country retreat. I it I am sure that there will 1 a big storm about tinbefore •arfl are done. For several week* liow Mr Bevin'* "Number 2" Kenneth Vounger— has been t-Kveiling backwards ami foru.irds from Cabinet room to ( hnic relaying his master's voice, (vrtainly, his Cabinet colleagues ;d even his political opponerj'.. do not want to trundle Mr. Bevln oil the political scene unfairly V Hevin wants to stay Foreign S. cretary Undoubtedly, too. Mr. Attle*. w-uld be hard put lo l\pd i. Foreign SecreUry to take over Ul %  rein* of office at this responnole moment It is worth recallin: the widespread anger and irtitatlon of Britain when, in the Spring of 13. Sir (then Mr) William Strang. then I man unknown, was sent lo Moscow to :.,(, Anglo-Soviet accord to l,..lt Hitler Now. again. Britain Leeds a Foreign Minister to give Ji.rco to our representation Ii. the same capUal. And 'he peace ( 'h" world demand* ihat Brit. m should have a Forcigr. Min[f Mr. Attlee's Go\*emmerst cannot find a man fit to be Foreign Minister in a en**-, ihen IhU emergency is so great that Mr AttUte will havg to throw in his hand and see if another party cannot tlnd a Foreign Minister Britain in I>oubl and Confusion The man on the bus has certainly lost his first fine flush of enthusiasm, and the sense of recovered morale, that came with the announcement that U N would stand against aggression IT. fact, pub'.c opinion is uncomfortable "r.ri dssatlsiled It would bo betta* il British forces were heavily engaged in Korea from the point ot view of what we fe-1 about it. Thla week w have learned from the Minister of Defence that even ha tat not happy at the state of British preparediMSU. In a way this has Lecn better received than would have a cheery '' -**tement. "Manny" uunng the last war as one of the unyielding; labour Left— he has been praised in some Quarters when he has never been before, tor this realistic adnuvuon that British force* nretchad all the way from Scotland to Tokyo — via Malaya Hong Kong— hsve not great •trcngth In reserve. What Is to l#e done to build up Use Army .-..id Navy and Air Force' One ii.swrr ram* from the British Min.atcr m Parts--a professional diplomat— who told a press lunrheoti that British social ssattld have lo be cut to Hnd money or defence Already the storm is rising on that outspoken statement The Foreign Secretary is to be asked why a policy statement was made by a Civil Servant The approach to the problem that would be much more popular with Socialists is to scrap conscription — even at this late hour — and rebuild the regulars, who now have to train conscript*, into potential lighting division* Some military experts agree with this, others say it is Impractical and theoretical Certainly the large numbers ot conscripts under training are a burden to the regular army and a drain on the budget Without inside knowledge it is impossible to say for certain but it would seem that British defence is planned to reach strength in 1953 Could strength be built U| by different methods? Winston Churchill has been demanding a %  ecret session of Parliament lo discuss the defence problem. The QoverafMDt has, *o far. resisted his appeal. Secret session*, with important revelation* to ell M.P's. might indeed be dangerous in peace lime During Ihf war, tyltij eengorahlp and security prei '/in 'in i limited nscfulne'Id ge*t that any M P would give away information learned in a i BBI i is said. • gTCNUMl of urtemanta And there are a good many M.P to avoid discussing in print, indlitctty. UM '-• %  led in secret session. Conservatives have appealed. also, to Mr Attlce for a 1< want .. broadcast speech to stir ry lo the urgesituation Again. Mr V (lined Tl 'be same capacity a* Mi Churchill for rousing speeches He haI talei.i for broadcast six'-king. but strictly when he turns his efforts to I paritcular problem or a particular group of people Pro!... Attlce Is unwilling to f microphone because he does not want lo stir ui too many sensations of war. Settlement, withaut appeasement, is the Governm e n C s aim Emotions are dangerously blinding when the nation has to steer along very psjrllnu*: road. Make It Pay i-. i'.i ra a meJor natt %  way system In the world that makes a profit? 1 im.-. Soviet railways rto not have to bother and that some American railways get bast chiefly because the Cintert Bl %  "' P ' %  %  makes a Ufa ihrougj high tall carriage rate i M railway* But the British rail\> being pnce.1 out of the market In m have changed from being a condition of intolerable \er.n>wding lo a -late of bankrupting emptlnassj •lalised railway system finds Itself losing money it h** BO more imagination than to suggest putting the charges up. As I look at the esUTMgSM in I main line Irain with twenty • %  ..: i I., i rlage for sixty and four firstclass passengers in a carriage for forty I wonder what would happen if the price of tickets were brought down to too level, or nearly The trains now have to run ave i without enough to paj for the coal. -. clear tain P UflM British Ralhvas %  ; the bold step — devaluation is the thing. and let us have cheap day trips that are cheap and return fare* to Scotland for under €* Of course, it is not a Labour Government that nationaii i Royal Mails in .840 and put thi Of a letter to anywhere .vitliiii the country at Id. fantastic chai.' certain ruin to the Post Office ions And W.I. I V help the people of the West Indies in ever, possible way wards that goal." Mr Anthony Eden (Warwick and Lasantnajon): —if the I ,.,, i, I the West Indies can show ..itne ilctci iniiiatinn in dealing with their polituul and ecoiionii affair..Ihe Sugar IVIegation ,. tl,,n recent negotiations it augurs ptettv well for then tUtuTf. The document which was |Hibi I ,.i %  ,iv thli rear on the subject of Mention Mrmad io us to be a sutesmanlikf one. and I believe there will be general agreement that federation is the most attractive course open to the West Indies. The day of small units is passing everywhere They cannot hope to achieve, either in the political Qeld. as small and separate colonies ihe same success as they should be able to achieve as ii single entity. For example, one voice speiiking for tie West Indies on the sugar issue showed what can be done. Federation Is bound to demand some sacrifice. 1 am glad to notice that the larger colonies seem to be prepared to accept that for ihe sake of the wenkcr units At this moment the report Is to be discussed by each of the local legislatures, and there we must leave it While eMiicssing the hope that a measure of agreement will be reached, we muM bo careful the same time not lo give the impression that federalion is being Imposed from Whitehall We must lei them move themselves toward. it. It will not solve some of their problems, and it will not meet the fundamental economic problems, but It will make it much easier for them to bo handled If we press it on them loo hard, some of the colonies who think more easily in terms of London than the nelghtmuring i'lands will he turned away, and it will take some tlm to reach Anal agreement on the matter'' Mr Dodds-Parker (BanBury): "I be'lev* it will be in their ocfitinued Interest for five or six large giwutags (ic British we* Ui be (tonloped m 'he world each undl %  governor-general who would carrj out some or the functions of the Secretary of State—who would al... ret iltimately resi>onsible closer to the sphere of a.turn in which pollc* decisions henin Westminster would be put into effect." Mr. Lennox-Itov,) (Mid-Bed fr.rdshirei: Federation Is obvious ly "the eventunl solution of one aspect of the prob'em of the Caribbean, but ashas been pointed out from both sides of the Committee the impetus must now come from i) < %  Qmonlfl themselves. We cannot forget that to many nf then' the United Kingdom is nearer ir ..pint than the other Colonies In t' %  Caribbean, and perhaps i not rc-ahscd that it is about 1.000 milefrom Jamnica to Trinidad Trinidad Is suggested as the capitnl of the new federation, and not the least of the difficulties Involved is that a large number of people, who up to now had given good local service in the government of their own territories. would find it quite impossible to travol distance* ol that kind The-., things have got to be weighed m the balance. Nonetheless, there are dangers ahead if there Is not federation. and If some nations there achieve Hlmost complete iidepondcnce within the Empire before federation has been accompMs'cd. I feel that this great problem is right i utside party poUttce, and any action taken by the Government to smooth He v.ay for a free decision by the Colonies themveives will have the fullest support of His Majesty's Opposition" American Fighter* %  )*' %  ii Good Job KOREAN FIGHTING AFFECTS ECONOMY F Hv I IM inlorr Kn%lH NEW YORK ANOTHER drastic decline in the stink market, reflectinj" widespread concern thi: the turn of events in the Korean liiihtmii portends a return to a wartime economy in UN United State*, was the dominating development aflectlng American business in %  he week just past. Unlike the (irst spectacuhu price break which followed the ii'ini news ol actual conilict in iht Far East, however, the tollH fl •his past week took a more selective turn. Slocks which were expected to be adversely r.ffected by war controls, or excess profits -axes, were weakest They included chemicals motors, televisions and utilities. On the other hand, issues which traders belie veil would be least affected by such moves, or would have products greatly In demand under war or preparedness conditions, turned in an above average performsaoe. They included such groups as railroads, steels, aircrafts, sugars and textilts. Many Wall Street analysts are cautioning investors nut to be carried away by the current pessimism. They argue that the butilsOfS outlook over the balance ol the year has not deteriorated, and lhat if anything, both civilian business and defense business will Incre as e. Thus, there is said lo be no r.*ed to revise downward mt>st estimates of per share earnings for 1950 It is also the contention of these Oboervera that despite present uncertainties common Stocks, over the long run, are almost certain to prove the minor of the two alternative evils. These alternatives are ownership of cash, or high-grade fixed income bearing securities, neither of which offer any prole ction against inflation which is termed the Inevitable by-product of war financing. Meantime, news from major industrial fionts continued to make generally favourable reading. Steel production rebounded three and fourtenths points to 96 percent of capacity this past week. Only the fact that some steel plants are still on a vacation schedule prevented a recovery to the full capacity rate in effect before the Independence Dav hoi day. Automobile manufacturers this past week made up most of the holiday curtailment, with output totalling IB4.839 vehic'.es. consusting of 156,491 passenger cars and '^li.J4K trucks. The previous week, production had fallen to 126.756 vehicles, made up of 107.040 paaasnger cars and 19,716 trucks. The all-time record weekly output was set last month at 199,111 units. Nationwide electric power output in the Week ended July 8th made its poorest cump.irative showing with a year ago in some lime. Production in that period topped the comparable week nf 1949 by eight percent, ns against a gain of thirteen percent in the pieceding week Freight traffic in the week ended July 8th was adversely affected by the switchmen's strike on five western railroads and the coal miners' vacation. This reduced car loadings in that period to 553,876 cars, a drop of seven percent below the comparable week last year and 26 per cent below two years ago. Department store sales around the country in the week ended July 8 were seven percent above a year ago. However, due'to the fact that stores in some areas were closed on Monday. July \ in addition to Independence Day. the comparisons with 1949 were distorted in many sections. For example. San Francisco district sales topped a year ago by eighteen percent, but Boston district sales were down eleven percent and New York City sales were ten percent below 1949. Nationwide business failures in the holidayshortened week ended July 6 declined to the lowest level of any week tin*, year at \'.iS This compared with 156 the week before and with 15:i in the comparable week of 1949. D. v. SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS A CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE I siulh Now Jars Prepared Mustard 17 15 YOU JUST CANNOT BUILD WITHOUT TOOLS. WE NOW OFFER HAND SAWS—12 In •> in 21 in 2 in and 2* In COMPAM HAWS—11 in .uu) II in HACK SAWS— 1A In Jiid 12 In IIAt Kv\t\..nd HI. VIM PLANTS—10 in jitd %  in ind B1XM K I'l wl B UK* UT Rskfl il IND DULLS BrOKI KHAVB8 RATCHET *nd PLAIN BRltls ( IKI'KMMtS .ml IMilMIIIV lUMMIIi( Alll'l Ml RS' Itt I.I I -,, CAJtPENTttS' TAPES — 50' .ind ii I ll'l I Mis GIMLETS — ti siir HATCHED NOB, I. I ami S MASON TROWELS — *' %  and 10 I.ASI'S 12 In.. 14 In. *nd IS In. and FAKRIER RASPS—12 i ROt Nl> RASPS—12' and SAW Mil' WILKINSON & II.WM S ( O. LTD.— Successors i TOKYO I „ prrki thei By Howard Handleman If lllis K Nl to MHiifthing bigg.. ., ,.„l lighting infii M' making thr tl> .'Jst i-uaM, and oti .. i.nl*.. most of it. In *' run from Vladivostok 10 American ;iir power is destroyWosan along a coastal plain and ID i vital link In Russia's earcthan cuts back northwest through fn h tU-velop-sl Far Eastern mountains to Yalu BHian conatruction help. The immediate objectives of American military men are fiUK the air war are: i-ogniiant that every bridge, rail1 Hreak down enemy supply way and port facility destroyed in lines between North Korea ami North Korea is a long range tht balllefront. attack on the Russian war poten2 Seal off North Korea as much tial lo this corner of Asia — a ,.s possible to hamper movement corner the Communists are now Of ri'inforccmenU and suppllc striving to make all their own. from the Korean Red.. Russian The ^ ^ ( .. Kcy NottU Korean miliUry target" by nearly Hut beyond that the AjnorlcOli an mm are destroying rail and ju-a conimiinicilLons which link Vladivostok to the Yn!u River railway bridge at Anlung and UM Chinese eastern raOwa) (<> nail-en. Mukden and all China Major General Emmett (Rotttl O'lJonnell's B-'s apparently was only a foretaste of what Is to come. U Oen Oearea E Stratemeyer has said his Far Eastern Air Force im Kilos O'DoiineU': ,.,h. i North Korea The HusaiMOi have developed .. mtfdium bombers." la going inunicatinn* link consld,i e ,i rov everything of miliUr> erably since thalr nine day cam; .. .: .i.'.iitr.l .laDU tD 'I''' I 1"ting phase of World War II gave them the northern half of Korea Intelligence reports disclose th-t nil Russian construction and aid given to the North Ki BlBOt the Ybdivostok-Wosai. AntUTIS rnilroad is the quickest n ula MtWOtn tht Siberian seacoait and Manchuria the blows t target* of milltar* has centred on Wosan. a port on to the North Korean regime i like**, i %  ' Hi—It'" General Douglas MucArlhur's COrnmunlquea have revealed that repented ntnkea bavg U-en made %  Sainal Wosan. built by the JaptlMoi dUTtng their occupation of trj mto Korea'i biggest northeast port The Russians expanded thi. port !< %  take large cargoes from ships making the hort run from Vladivostok This cargo has been transferred to train* fa Manctaurla to atisonon1 throusb tram shipments • atofc The tram or train-ship rout, from Vladivostok to Deuen and Mukden it II shortcut %  Hminatlng 0) HKUnfl shipping through narrow Tsushima Straits Korea and Japan—a tsntsn-woy that could be sealed tight by Anortcan air and naval might In wmtime. American military men have long held the strategic c/bCtpl th; the fl %  irulnorobult) In U .! %  | Npply hne slill i re on the s. %  %  :, Railroad. A'r Force officer* Iwlieve that If war comoi with Rueala their job iii bt I i cut nipply lines K. rean (Ightjng is a DKlUdO to %  bigger wax, they have von a chance to get a head Uttasj the heart out of %  1 N S EVERY SMOKERS CHOICE!! Here'* a wide variety i'l-MIRs |(. Mil | ll |'k.%  PLAYBM i. UU l Ii:*i— I ins H CAPSTAN CI(i.\Ri;TTKS—Tin B M GOLD FLAKE OtOABETTCS—Tins M COUNTRY LIFE tTGAKlTTliS l.ns ;,.. ARDAIII C(H(K TIPPED CIOAKE1 II 8 I m, SO GRAVEN V < IGARITTF-i—Tins :.• II Mil;CUPPER IK. M(l .Til.Per Ike PLATERS CLJPPI I: CIGAR I 111Pei Carton TRl'MPBTER CIOARETTES—Per Pkg. rill MI'I Tl IE (l(.\i;illlIVr I ul.xi STANSFELD. SCOTT 8c CO.. LTD \\XilMU0H4i BEE IS FOR OIK N1H RANGE or INTERNATIONAL (N0N CHALKhG) QUALITY PAINT LAGUMAT (Klat Oil Paint) in these atti ictlve shades of PuTe Blue, Pink. {* W LAGOI.INE (Non Ch.i In Undl i PL II In Ufht s: I. • i. .,. [von White : OranTSroon : Hayfalr Oral Green: French Ot %  AlATMIMl.M PR1MEBS POU WOOD YELLOW PBIMOCON (Primer for Aluminium) CEMENT AM) PLASTER PRIMER DANROI.INE (Anti-corrosive) in Red, Grey, (.ireen PROPELLOR Light Hod for SI ll '. llalOSI t & lo, llsl. Atfeiils ). W. C. A. \#W/ The Edifor. The Advocate Slit. Allow me to express a few words about the great need for Social workers whose work consists of elevating and changing up the lives of those who come to them for aid. Social work should h, t strictly humanitarian one. This Islands would be far ahead in •lovatioo <.'. it* women, if a Y.W f A hod been functioning Hire BBSS' would have an atmosphere ut healthy th:rikinp and 1 hope, workers whose only rewaid would be to see hippy face* of young women. We want our people lo be comfortable—to have the freedom of thought which only UMM Bring; t ialO •-*' . mrd lor young women or men wl'n li.iv.gon > oversens— greater rare should be taken of them, and social work extend far beyond %  I.. Mures. We want builder*, not with bricks but with heart* of td-BApattll and love. ntlDTD Shackled Hou*v* The tditoT, The Adt*ocaf* SIR. The point rrilsed by the llon'hle Membet for St Joseph (Mr L fc Smith) Qoncrnin| Whether Government is iwarS that person* othei than those engaged in the Sugar laeaetry, %  !• Il -M-T.iuce such at is provided l>>' tie A i Inne Fund is lurels %  i p lend and should be considered by tho Oovornmcnl nt the eaiilegt poetiblt tin.e. A'hen one look around and m i ee idltion-. of some of the houses in It m St Miehiiel, it should surely make l>eingcontrol the Although everything cannot be done in a day. yet with such abomination around, remedies shoulu be made .1' L. B CLARKE W Of C lJDWl I\>IS anil JKIJ IIS lilt AMKLI II l.l.l In KoU. S 111 \ihii HI:\M Jiixv J •n Rotilfx. 5j M'KKOI \\S\ \ in Tins 5* 1'iM M'l'l I JAM *• \ ^ ki raaj TEAS HOVCS TIP m ; v Ll PTOR 1 1 x NVRNATSA o m 11 \ 11 \ ;; ( RlltVN IHIISK-. T llavours ^ Ir) .. lioul. ,.1 I *cr old I Isislil llr.till Hum GODDARDS f :ib Tin*. CARU BISC1 n> SHORT CAKi: MAIII1 DtflUtlTB, QENOEat Nt T. Ptffff BIIHKI —At 51 M s-er lin .HUES iii Tins rOMATO JI1CF. lb ws am' '.<• •" -i" I ( ARKOTS in Tins ill \\in Tin. 1FIN \4 II in Tins KAU in lin* i ,v It FRUIT CAKES lii'T-i IM the ( hlldrrn



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FRln\V JCLY ?1. 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATF PAGE FIVE 8,000 Drivers, Found Guilty Of Conductors rr „ i • Are Licensed House-Breaking Passes In Shorthand Exam. T in: I'Ul Nt'MBEK of drivci conducted. going to the Traffic Department at the Central Police Station for licence*, has %  1%  .. jfl' IT uaiat licences and they arc not kepi a* busy as last math. So far 8201 drivers and 20S conducloi i ii licences renewed while last rear licencered to 9.H13 drivers and 318 conductor* The 'AdVOCSto" was told vt\terda) thai perhap NMM of IMM rUftef Hf dead white oCbtn in mil going around without their llcencei u-mg reSentence To He Paused TOHUIY SENTENCE WAS POSTPONE!! anUI today in the can In which X8-year-oid Shirley Franklyn el Wiltshire Tenantry was found guilty of house-breaking and larceny at the Court of Grand Session! votciiiav Tlie rue wa* heard before ArUng Chief Justice Mr Ci I. TayUr Mr W W Km K C Solicitor General. im-nuitiJ on behalf r the Crwwn. while Krankl>n was represented h Mr DHL Waed a drum. His lather told him % % %  '.". D ll.ilct.ei %  : I iff of bat MM, sP I %  a the King, l %  about 8 IS p.m In the : I •• MMd 1| aid School last Match und. | r Mi C H Ho. R r'll'S ... -* r J M H I Stttort, tluis. art) i %  Uruunt Clarke, Patricia A1 lamby, Cynthia Hcidlc> ail 1 .itor Miss M. L>uJon>. I t I ran %  > %  Inn M Wharton and Gloria P Mayers, {Htm M K Howell). Montel i JdlM H Barrow); Hyai Sblvta Maul, Mignon Lovell, iMlss A Bkcenci, \ Bcoit Winifred Lane, I Pi , (MIN> 1 Clow noi i. Klvina Wor'y roll. Dominica Exports Bananas To Ireland — Reports Sir George Seel DOMINICA i* ai p*eaenl enjoying %  minoi boom in OH-.ii.oi bananai to inland and ine Continent "I Burope, Sii George Seel K.C.MG Reed of the Colonial Development .. i in the Weal Indiea, told Advocate Domini Glbbs): Doren Ttic defence pointed out thai %  %  •* i n the proa* ut Hid not be urn t the man nrhu I i iping from Parkn.>n Kmit s IioitMi>ii M.i. -' newed Mrs. King, wife of Parkuuoa A KIRK which occurred at King could not have i !: ,.-' time is 16x9x8 feet while the shedKing's son was the !" SLL* .ile *!i-. who * within a reasonable dis|->ICUHTM ARK STIIX riding Unce ,„ ktaoUfi proper!) the y along tne road without havperson escaping from the house, ing any^consideration for pedesNo UI1C wa$ dowr to „. mi)l to trafttc otrence* nan he Although he saw man to in his father's house he did not call to Uie man but only shouted for his father. Any reasonable did not i.ilk and Neojnlsed the mi Shirley Pranklyn rlth hire to t a AUo Saw Him i Butcn recorded yesterday were charged with riding in dangerou.-. manner while one was C y clc would sliout out his name if r.-There was one charge against *"?* h,m a motorist for not drawing up as rrom the evidence heard it close as possible to the left and was not aufflcient to satisfy a jury i>noth.'r for refusing to move a that the man they saw coming vahteta at the ie<]ue-.t of a Police irom the house wc< Pranklyn. CoMiaute I T WAS VEItV HOT m BridgeWatch and Mil town yesterday. The temperOn May 28. Shirley Franklyn fclure at mid-day was 86 degrees broke into the house or Parkl:.Fahrenheit in the shade. Many son King at St Philip .ind stole dark* could be seen walking one gold wrist watch valued at 29 Parkinson King around the City without their $40, the property ol Mrs King Station and mad coals and the Traffic Constables This was the only case heard on point duly were regularly seen for the day and occupied the atv-lping the perspiration from their tention of the Court (Or the whol:lee* day. On Wednesday and up to 8 Tne case for the prosecution o'clock yesterday morning eight wag thil mi lrie nig hi of May 2a inches or rain were recorded in ^^ y^,. shirtey rranklyn brok.St Geora.a r,d two in S Philip ^j ent „ e)1 the housc ol Pnrhln This was the only rainfall recordKl wh n no one WM Bl C i FllJI^Si&W under ,he home Franklyn was famUlar A !" ~ T&~2£&J£ with the lay of the house and he auspices of the British Coun**" ell. will be ariven at the Y.M.C.A. J."J tonight nt 8 o"clock This is port *V n ; %  ; of the Pharmac.s Week pro""". far stolen son. Chesterfield Stuart. home. Stuart shoutad for his father who was nearby T BEnvAi minw K th* Moand the two of them along with KIU c-tZ.1 i r K. Jr*k *>** step-mother chased Frankly.. will be le g£n em a? $&% iSS whj. *£ over the guard waU Plantation yard tonight for the and escaped. benefit of residents of the Morgan Shirle> FranKlyn s " Lewis nrea in St. Andrew. George Franklyn. was with King \firilILE DIGGING thi his return (rum Sir Gcorgi' <*hv BDaBl WWW PB, said it was his hr-t All H wanted to Hg island's development were, and) he tnought that Ihev aere quite r.'-"i on tta i, taken agamsl thi "hteh .'M %  % %  %  Dominica md witai U'riiitiful mounl.iin KO i its great dllficolttea u communlcaUona The land i^ it pfaaant virtunll) cut through md south wind* llfflcull indeed M %  Hiding a tt.m -msul.it road and numbei of othei roa di it iipad thai will i>e mptoted in tii nexi tea ve.u> undrt Colonial lVnlopment and •stare Act .nut Has jthmild ake quite i dlfferenei te II* oiiuctivc .-.ip.mt. of 'he islam here existing roMh ifa ear] |Od In spite of the difficulties Of ad construction In the mOUn Si. L iicia l'..l.. Waxh Our Roy*' Flumu'l* frfsh i in op wr 11U lie and son nt Probvn Street will ho opened. 44 Jttrdg od All the teals arc erected nnd wcrt ill lhe inou workmen are busy on the Interior fll nome THe"ANM-Ai. amm* Me.,bout it lie had on his chin Asked how he had received lha wound Franklyn said that he gor it while he was having some fun OB Ma] '" l);i aaarch lna him nothing was found in his possession. George Franklyn father of Simley Franklyn said on May 28 about 8 to 8.IS p.m. he was In King's shop. After King's son won to his father's house he heard %  shouting coming from the house King and his wife run up to the DOUM after they heard the shouting. King's son came out Of UM house and told them that us hiwas going lo his bedroom he heard a noise in the house and saw a man lumping over the wall. After hearing this Mm. King ran around the north side ol the house and Mr. King the east side and u,,th returned to the house and some Mrs. King "aid she saw tin%  • : FtDAV man) Br< i d 8 t reel trim. d e I their show a'UHloWl with n'*"i rda to UK West Indk team This is part or beniK conducted i>Unll Bxpmi Ltd., i> pubuclar "Blnao" with which the rianiH West Indies team hav* been washeil regularly since 'hen nriva) in England During the West Indian of the United Kingdom makers of lllnso have tltemsetvea i •aponalble for regular collecllon. washing a returning of the are laundry of tha team Mr. J. M Kidney wa> so sati fled with the whole amngerru and With the <|uahty 4 %  derinii, that he nai axpn nls appreciation to ine \\. Indian Cricket Board of Conn Citrus Plantation The Coloiii.il Development Col4'lllltll i ration are aamrlng an rthetn pan of tha liland LtU>l!*WUHI rlMMIir the windward Twonty* •> veai old Stenhat ' v plan to grow bonan son Lev i u-fi tha i .\. %  i. of Sgi Jai i the U % %  %  Veaaal I • b who i anted bl ti" i-oi ampuign charge of hOUatbn rcenj in 81 Lui ia, on tha ved %  f] July I, being M sel llarlxaii (' After .-. --.were carled out b> tnapectoi Pranklyn J 0 break m who Ic attached to tha Harbour Police nation, U tvai daaoovored that l.i %  pad [i,. n. si Luda on ch or gag of houseine.ikinK ana larean) sni .lame-. bo attached lo tha i i u ti %  i ici but the into ito develop tin,nnis production The Corporation MI %  bructini :t i". kln| bed al Roaeau i in i. iaaoihoi plan called An%  Pi .... %  Limited which ii developing ,in estate .tt Woodford M peal factor) %  %  Ing %  % %  u lioseau. Hlallna x" i | ..I,,K .„. im ,t,i,, services "te n tha weto Dublin w praelni %  K|orter-, and the weekb n<; Alrwayi Service fi"i M .' h.ido-. Ii.! %  also done a lot down lhe isolation of nil Vn a s. 11 i. g .i ba %  '""• i he hoped H In a Written reply to l)r Mi Kan. Grenada born M l* Mi CKk last week showed the percentage of illiterates in the agegroup 10 years ami 0V0I I b\ the l..sl popu. itli l)i i nl. %  %  i Ii ^' it* (ii ce before 'one The B ; An .. > Bervlce s. Lud wd in the colon) JjA h> wfch %  "' ( f "' nn July 11) by plane, and during tins parted. %  • arevranl was — DauVj reed Arrives l' 1 "' s H M L> I. oi in.i.. i 1 ol tha aanguant) Line irrlved here rcMatday from i %  . %  i n l tonnage o| 4.14M UM i n on an.i bag h St. Lucia lias Vlosl lllittM-alrs w. %  j! MH. i Hlltarav) U mat.uit i ini.i U) read oi m to. but U i Hitiii uli to rrwaiure and %  %  %  ritortei ; In the .enerol Meeta|ll ing of the Combermere '"' h(iii „„,.,„„„ mil School Old Bcvs' Association n ^ "^ takes nlaec tonient in the School one H '^' H,",oV C ,n?"Annual dinner JET^i "shW Is on Raturdnv. August 28. and 30 yard' the Annual Beunldn Dance he held on Pridav. Reptembei .. nlng away from the house Thev started to search the house and Mr. King said thul his re\olvsoti rr was missing. ai'is To Mr. Ward: When Mr. Kin.' 1 itaga Ceteaj g" aaji I of mixed dalrj food '' Montreal Othi aargo eaKftargod was a quanlit) Of lallnw. ami l>iimll< trtcal welded itaiol hiboa Tha Maria Da Lanlnaga' i nq taking .. mirnt,, .... %  i Porl Ufred i nod There will not he th monlhlv reunions In the months of August and Reptcmber he "heard him exclaim thai some asked his son if he recognised ttc house He ran toperson in the house he said he did '• i around the housc not know who the person was. He it only noticed that the man was off the house and rundrrsscd in white jing way. It w>i a moonlit night ^ and he recognised Franklyn by Oiis gait and physique, havin Labour Unrest Hits New High IN JAMAICA known him lrom childhood Franklyn's father. George was with them when he heard the shouting and he also ran towarda the house Foot Marks When ha went Into the hoyse. he noticed fool mark, in a chair md in a sprli( window. He miss Guianese Fined $5,000 ..,, r.i Islands Ai if %  M HI i brlatonfai i N Virgin xUinls I .,., lad A in Iifaada M. into. %  lair S( Via mi SACKTRUCKS M.I. STKKI. urn la csPAcm With ClM Iron Wheel. SI4.SS With Ktihher Wheel. Ill ll ALL METAL WHEELBARROWS STRONG \MI IIIK AKI I — I ...hi. fret eapaeilN BUITABU rOS CONTBACTOM ETC. OM.V SI l.M I \ II "RUBEROID" ROOFING FELT liKr.r.N MINKKAI.I/KI) SI Kr'.U'fc A l.nu Priced, l-tmi; Lasting. Fffirirnl Wiiterprool COTCf DPT all K(H>(S !•- n:\is I'l II SII YARO IIAKIIISIINS-H.rdw.re Special!.!. Broad Streel DRINK & ENJOY DBMPaeal Ai" C'-rrf*Sl GEOHGETOWN. July 18 Faalah Knrlm Rahaman husinessman of the d ed his wife's gold watch after %  tney Bt rbk .,. wu n n ed SS.OOO by "Mr. ealthy prii nlyne. vanes had searched. He reported matter lo the police on thlowing day the ... addition. Iher. Hitliioe three iion-fiovei nmint external fo 'Criminal rtealaai on ; cwwtetten Mhoiarsiups open u, primary Inciting iwo men lo hum down K hoo| chtMrOn ami nlni Fuattce Hughe: • • % %  >i o„ r o.-. „ arr*.|>and*Bl> KINGSTON. July 20. Two T.U.C. ofllcers and fiv picketliiu' supporters were ar •sled by Kingston police late He admitted lo Mr. Ward thai „ rum-shop at Crabwood Creek. when he had gaan Franklyn he did property of Haghubar, who has not shout his name because his .(nee died father was a close friend of his. Rahaman has been given up to When they all went into the house July 31 to pay the line or serve he did not mention to the father 6 ^^ Bn lm ,Sf ( ^ n i. on wo that he had recognised his son as R" h m n *" J.J .ncitin! two last night and early this morning the thief, because another man ''V" ,' ."'. ;„'" rnfl ln hc Cor f-breaches of Trade Union Law nad come on lhe scene. aottBO River' On a legal subanri disorderly conduct in conHe did not make a police repori ,._,„„ by hls Counsel Mr. L. M. necUon with the strike which loo qu i c kly as he wanted to disy c lbial> lhc fl rst count was tied up since Tuesday two of the cuss Uie matter with the father A llu | r awn. Mr Cabral submitcitys largest milk suppliers George Franklyn, first. wd h at the Corontyna River beThe strike Is but one of 24 reHe denied that he had told the (o Dutch properly tha Hi dish ported throughout the Island in t a thcr ihnl it was a revolver which Guiana Court bad no jurisdiction, the past seven days, which unWBS nu)M n a nd not a watch. He usual activity In Trade Union H Mld ne xo \^ |he father that On lhcnocono count, the jury circle mark, a new high in la, ^ „ relumed what he had by a 10 -' maio>.t> found him hour unreal In Jamaica atnoa iLff lw wouW varry tha rnattar guilty Mi .1 A n..kh.-. Crown 1U38 nua -\ "' H Th_ f .,her's reiilv PmOOUtot toM the trial judge at The P.N P. Paruamentary Op* f r h "' ."* .„,"„' oTJg the eteea of lhe trial that he had position group bai lawod .. Vl J ''"' ;J' '..' ',„., u been uvaructad lo oppoao tne Matement calling on the lion W and he could report tin m-iUr u t iuv , m ,„,.,„.,., waa wealthy A. FSUSlamante'a Labour Parly to "*" *" r ... „„_ ..„.., and a line would Ino real punreMgn or work The statement &f%  Him Run %  > hment Tha Trial Judge, howfollows the falling through of Gwendolyn King, wife of Pa tl>r s:ilr t that he did not know acheduled OWCtlnfl oi several kinson. corroborated her husbami ,hat any u-eful i PorUamentoncummitlcca through evidence and added lhat she saw leryed 1 (1 ill I b] pal lack of attendance, lhe four LaShirley Franklyn jump over the d ii He then imposed th. bour Ministers on the Executive guard wall and run away. On One. Council being busy elsewhere in that same day she had to put the ^_ by-elcctioncering. aratdh in the press. She did not This particularly relates to the -nink it necessary to shout out B'fr|//nii' fWM'fK'ff fallin* through of lhe Select Com. Shirley's name and she did not do •*••**•* '/ miltee ot the Houaa ol Repreto POCKET STYLISH rsOl fill I OK t.OOli T\STK SHOES srntative.-huh Wai *-heduK*d to meet on Wednesday on lhe quoatfon of constitutional reform for the Liland, At this meeting lhe Labour Party should have given a reply to the P.N P"s demand for island self-government, but only three floor members of that partv turned up at the meeting which was then postponed The Jamaica Government has derided the island should accede to the genera) agreement of tariffs and trade concluded at Geneva nearly three years ago Acceptance of lhe oinclde* with the embarrassment "The father. George, was there moved from when 'he first started lo search r ,. ncra i HoB| lo find oul whether anything was L M1 w w; ,.,(„• by the sea." missing but at no tune did he ever When the area ui elt aned tell him on lhat night artw OM ,, w jn f 0rm one of the largeat man was. -windows'' along Ra^ Chesterfield Stuart, son of Kin. i„rne quantity of stones, bott said that on May 28 he left his anA old In.s i on lhe S|y>t bi father's shop to go home for a hat it u expected that tht when he opened the door he saw goon be ran a man. At first he did not rerogIn the rear fishing boats nise him but after the moonlight leached along with shone upon him he knew who it boats Shouted He shouted and his stepmother i>nd father ran toward! the hi .. Jamaica's logwood trade by He himself saw the mans back imposition of higher duties In gs he ran awav. He had known Italy and Trance. h:m from childhood. The decision was not however When he went Into the house. caused by these imposts, but he saw Anger Drinls on the lalraused through delay l n contact ouate window When he had firs" between Jamaica and the Colrren the man. ho was afraid and onial Office as at the time of lhe wi< shocked when he recognised conclusion of the agreement II who he was Franklyn ran through was not clear how the laland :he yard and lumped over the would be affected. trail at a position where there HKKKKSIIIV; TIN $4.18 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. Ul). 10. II, 12 & l.i Broad Slreol More bulterfal means richer milk \ You get 12 1 /2* more butterfat In Blue Bell Australian Milk I ufterfat when you buy Hluebrll AuUrsllan Milk. 1 H her and BLUEBELL SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK REGULAR SUPPLIES AUK ASSURHD Available jt all llfalers J mixiAlfS M\KKITIN<; CO im -s,i,tatata



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M Che*-,e uh Wararonl £ Mb Flavouring Ftsenee* Moir's Custard rwder 34c or OHM A Suborn Coffee (I lb Tina) Uulun* to'kull (Halted) Peauultt INCF& Co.. Ltd. | I i ^ 'Li•;: %  POBOCK ST. & I I I ilvi-1-1 isiIn I hi' lili • %  < mill #. 1 l'S $m HEALTH BENEFITS • TONES UP DIGESTION • ENRICHES THE BLOOD • RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY • BUILDS UP THE BODY PAINS IN THE BACK Here's a way to relief! Do you know that one of th-* emmon cauae* of baOcache lies in the kulwk? When (hey arc healthy they filter harmful ui.puritiea out of ihe system then natural (mutton Whin tlu-y grow %  tafffrlh,thtat n..pur.ucti afiiifiniL,tr and the resulting tongesiion it nttrn thcauae oi U.ika.h. I> Witt • Hilia a" specially pirparcd to help wake up tiuggisii kiJni) J 1 hey have a cleansing aid aniiarfMuattiu.i on these .>i.a! organ*, soot hi 11,; and restoring $*•* to ihetr natural activity. Relief lent DackacltefoUowi AS a natural fnnwiqiiaiKc It 11 far better to tackle the cause of backache than 10 go on suff-'ing 1,1 a way affect your *rk and %  >< %  ? Oe %  rli'f to wln^h is boiutd to affect youi happiness For over half a Win a Piila have beta M: sufferers from %  ..<.... ___ received counties* let'eri of gratitude Go to your chemist and obtain a tuppr* to-day. DtMtt'i Pills' infill ipf, iiU) for BACKACHE JOINT PAINS %  HEVMA1IC PAINS LUMBAGO SCIATICA OUR GIJJD.NlEr I* Witf. PUk sic 11<*0* uudcr stnrtljr I.IKicnic condition* IIIIII AI\ s IMSI mrvi n .. idgc-Whilworl.i If DM <>f the Oldenl of Britain's Sineihe year 1M0. when Dan Rudge made hi< Am liom-.hakPi' until the present day. RUDGE-WHITFORTH Hkycl* 1.,,,. lH .,. n oMttatHHiaU i-1 aim fact ured and imprmcci ttu-nugbout a period embracing practically the whole M British Bicycle History. BRITAIN'S BEST BICYCLE" can bo aollv %  to all IHIXIF-WIUTWORTH BICYCLES, inrorporaIhey do, all the very latest (anturrc in design and HOR !>;K-WiliTWORrH BICYCLES have a pateiiled f Bicycle ha* %  different key. i^t Ynur #..%-*' Itik,ha "Rt T MiE" Obtainable at : WM. FOC.ARTY ITT> Naw red Weod-cerpiuicles Whir >oonced. %  •courseof -SaiuiotmNem Tonic Food Sanai-ieni-ombtnct I he t0 IfftMl hodv-baddinfoodt—jrgar.1, phosphofu^ ..ndprowm -uHK.ritHnldtPTWiAredcorpus.ile. %  n >our blood and faed your .eakcncJ ner>. iliu. o*> b> da> nllini your body *tih marvelkHii nr* wnliiy. heilih and hipplom Sun on a tfourw of Sanatofen' today 1 -.1(1.1 .'.,,,„.(, Mr. Factory Manager l.T.1 UB HELP YOU WITH YOUR REPAIR PROBLEMS Wa can supply the following , 8T0CK BOLTH A NUTB— Iron a Bright Steel — All tiaM BEARINO (Plummer Block) — BOLT TAPS DIEB In nt from ',' to | %  ASBEBTOtt ROPE. TAPE riBRE. etc 2> PIRE CLAY. BAFfLF BRICKB. etu Remember #*• H.\HH\IHtS I III Mill \ Ltd. nP.AD(JUATEIi TOR ALL TACTORT AKD PLANTATION SUPPL1EB.



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FRIDU JI i v U, IIU 71 VRBADC: ADVOT ATE r\r.i -IMS CLASSIFIED ADS. "^~-*-I-1 III 14 KALES Mill SAMS AUTOMOTIVE WACOM %  %  I< -r Club i BtNDIX WAMIEJUS Am Inonl |.ot • I".1 delay Dial *>* Co ltd Electiira'. Depart i OIUKO FANS 110 Veil.. K" Blade, •run fci rt Conirollor DMI Wl Uo | Co Lid Docli %  aent A largo a*le*..-. M %  MMMI mla Co I r.iJEcTtuc rifTiMua is: w EIJLTHK non on top and (<>" ••>< %  <> lot Drawer Ideal for Builder May b* had Ca.h H BB MHM JOHN F HtrntON Ud. 8h*ph*rd as . II .i %  "uok. "Dunoon" elephtaie HU N | M Ml %  \siinHS 'May-fair" With Splndrtcr Cl do >our weakly vraahlnf within 9 hour. Th*y BOW* your •whim pn.blrma and cloth*laat longer tjuitr J number In mo all gibwi lasts ihr nrtow mmlionf %  %  u>g ,cr*w dmi hub cap. >> %  %  D'AKCV I ii.ee ha ear tootv 111 motor veti i \K| NOIKB MULLARD IAT ML'LLAHD I %  a* Had. or a.inaa addrr-. la Or. *.h*ft*.nu*y Avonu*. U Ii.aU.-l ha. applied Mt rrgiHiaiiun „l a Irad* >•Hea vt m tWhiwtlun kith El*. .naa-har** tuba*, radio and seaevw %  %  %  '-! I icatloa*. and ami %  th>dc ia> tube, oclc 'i*i %  lie H IW H I ,-.!. Electric I'tlrta*. niaanet.. rlr. I X-i> anparatu* and lub Itatua. %  U.S. Troops Britain Will Leave Taejon Contact The Soviet GovL from p.ige 1 HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay l.OVtllVtll VI M I'..-, HtTM I lieu.irlmrnl Bl M BSMeaMf > nut i(i BIT i in* l*th day o Jui> 11,11 -a' •' Cash or on Term Ltd Shcprrid S May JOHN r HIJTBUN 10 T I 1-ul'LTRY UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER PLASTER PAI1H15 I MtANKKB. TnOTMAS CO.. Aif ilmi m UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER On Tu*la> 21th b. order g. Ml H A Hunter r will aril Inhou-e appuanli IMIU at wav..l> Blue iUn t i rmi vhh include. Dining Table. L'pnaht ami ith uphoi.tery and Spring | a ...I rial Too Drak. Morria -.th U pn.il>.wr and Spring | | ...,.| Comer Chalia. Ornament Tab I". Record Cabinet. Card Table, all in Mahoganj. MMV CtiiDO.: I t.ia— Dinner and >v t.la—. China and I'lalel hue. Metal riuor Lamp*. We.tmiihoutll.niK.iat.it tgood working anlei I BCA Radio Elect inCluck and l*in|>-. Ham iwelef. Tea Trollrv. Flat T..p Dr.k. i,air.. iCanvaail lluah Seat... Gla> Top Table. Deck Chain all ,.,.,/..! Hi ..-. S:,,U H. I.'.-! %  **M v i ii..,. HHP Maitmar*. Gent' I ..>i|jarluiii. **ren.. Duehenae Vanity Tabal nh 3 kHrrarsi ail m .viiwum H0M>M (*•*; Cream Painted Furnlluir ,., sma-lc Uedntoadi. Vono Spring.. Fibre !W.. Preaaea. Drring Table.. Manirui Table. Couch. Day-bed. Pliai C.ipboard. Table 3 Bum. nn gtovr and Oven. Zl Table*. Scale*. IlecUt* Eal ilh Hpi> Paru, Xln-lrlr F^B Ifciilei Kriik. In.n. Hot Plate.. KitchenUlrn-ilLIVESTOC K TR'O IIOIJHES Mtn IK. UU>. Ma quirt and are to Plantation work. For Apply. J. C. P"vne. Mario•344 MECHANICAL LTiiar TMCADLC S1NOKB MACHINE 1'IUMliJl 10 T .MISCEU ANE00 5 AMIKII AN KraoaaMi OIL STOVE — It month. "Id Cabinet ityW WIUI Dralt proof front and Cupln^iid. U food c-ndltion Cook. • Dunoon" SI Law fence Oap Telephone tma t". \KU AbOUl Ml (hijinanil feet. Deal Board! Contact Tie C H Kinch Co Ud No I PaboHto St II 7 JO iruiiiih from unle*. -ome petaan uiaii in iar me raVtfcM in dupl..-m> orncr of opptialtMMi of lucr. ream Hon. The ii4. mark ian be aren .• .... office paint mi. ixn day of July, IMO H Uil I vRrci.liai o( TradM-i TAKK NOTICE "STELLA" r STELLA LAMP CO*.PAN I II > %  < ,.m|.i %  %  v* iluun N W IS Londor a 'a* apptied tor %  H <"i PM r.^iraph' rfattfk or dlacha-alamp%  gal hnd .U-natT". .,.-,..1 1 ....-Mil %  % %  %  • '.' and learliahb.. dvnamoa tor %  %  a ui t%  •(IT -ne month llth da> o Jul. I*M unle*>n .hall in -IT.ce application at my ti. (Oil. da* aj J.l% l(kM H W11.1.IAMH Hra-i.'T f of Trade Mark. %  cwtral rm norUi-r-ai of Taejon all parted a big column of tank* ind fcrtillorv hrMding tow.rl M %  Jung. Plane* were .linpalrherl H rail 11 Commun.-l ;itiiHuu .itnl bjaftntrji I',>tii-entrattng uv reiUi.il high lands along liuline frmi lTaeAon :md Nhungju TmtU the American supply ba* 50 mil*"* Ith TO UM Mai Yongdok. iwrttl 1 Tuesday'* Amcr. an Eighth Army -ukc*miitv said. The Amerlian r'lml Cavalr> Ihvmoti (aniting out from 1'ohaiig i> r\ per ted lo have i luptiom >f Korean lire MM l< U-ni this new drive. %  ..!.. %  mi BM I runt of tn ( > Iig.itint from hard I pleased South Koreans who havi put up stubborn reaist.m.v \mer ..%  i ici: tnti. %  i-ii-ni.s. roan and ..iiiioiii continued to uil die MHiihc*l corner peni .iifii.itt from land UIM? IDs] OK rton I'oundcl Communist colunv .• N. .i. cr ;i rirvak 10 the woatrv %  lliivni Hut .in mt roanan unique from .1 Mac Arthur to-night Ibai UM WMUMI bad rtricted to-day's combat mission TAKE NOTICE HARWOOD'S Wo i It, T.-il i Step and Inn) Lad Tfeii %  ...i.i of wakii Hkl i %  .... .ndition Sale II Term, ca-h. BRANKKR. TROTMAN CO.. Auctioneer. 1 1 10Jn. REAL ESTATE r. M. K.. Dining, Kltche... Toll-i MAMUTTOW rvrrl.-iklilg !!• KV. .sinful Bale all iiio-leti. ...i.fT.i. Beach, aale battunig. £.1.S0S or fully fun P nattaa l on within one virwintf Phone 4*ta o At aia*all'. Coajl ruMii) 4 bad of Haitlngi Road Thlloute contalna. drawing and din mg room. iielo.ed fallary on uwa. %  Idas, Tonnta. IrlU-hanam %  .-.if. with uaual rooo* two fllghta of atep* Electric v.-i-t and bath upass. Oas, DK'KHAiV^ AUCOIDR Save pi roduc* engine wear and piomoUpefformanw e*peciaUy when uiferntr petrol haa to bo uatd. Of great ai.tan.e uhrn running-ln new M rebored engine. Simple and IMKpt-ntlv* to u* Obt-ln.i.lifi.mi all Irn-iins and Service Station-. M Ja.n Jonei A Co Ltd Aarnt. a DUtnbuton. 1ST.SO on %  ( ,, No day by .I-.I-.I LADY UEAVIW1 ISLAND ih. t' •ell Trlaiig perambulator. Toya. Child I Tti.A.ie Cook. "Dunoon" SI Law — : .. r. IB Trln*.rs f... UH arveinl I>e 1 attl A-k foi "BEATA1X LOLLIESat all DM lr*l Ing Drug Store. Made by the turnout "TreborCwifeetmner. IT. Jn K COFFTJ r %  i much preferred J*J ...;. %  .1 r Orocer .hipn-cnf : rt -i ii-l Coflrr I I %  %  I"'.'. -, SO TYPES AND BATTERIES Sue. 1, S < f. 10 > 1 and '.'.her ataaS, atoo Oldltam IT plate batterlas. O'laiantaed Enquire Auto Tyie Company T'afalaa Street Phone 3S0S Sl.ija-.U-n 1 bo aet up tor aaU i ,L*iillon al our uAra on mai day of July ISM at 4 p m CAJUUNGTON a SCALY. He law. of the B.SW. Shaug hn Brlusli liiimiibi %  .1 f.,r ir. Hade math in part Da %  . -i. of Hegmler M iholn I.e. eraarand will be etilitled to trgtater the M aflM ,,i .n.nih from the llth day i.i July. ISW. unle*. in.e peru -Iwin fuilhe Uculan and etHiditinna ol aale obtained end ell Ad am*, nan. R Alfre-l rr ..ivd Clayton BIOII Hag the arvaral five nmivldali appolnled b. the Probaie Couil or Mariim.... I fsa"0 II %  OMrt, f.iilrd RUte. ol America, undoi nauae I of the Will of Mai. Bok> %¡ Eddy, wrune Hade or bmliina .iddieai i. Iirt F.iliiiouth Mrrrt. Booton 1 Mawarhuartta. United State* ol Amen. ra have appliad lor the rrKiatiation iM . ... hn |wit \ .>f Itral-ter in lorinretiun wilh printed booka rnagnlliin. publication-, and Hible le. •on*, phonogfaph recorda ami record' and WIN %  A 1.. regnter UM • m SMNUJi rrosn the mm day of July WILLIAMS It ia a strulegically-placed road .iim '.nl cilv, formi-iK .i mi ti .niiii, catltTVi with a I POfHllaUOn ol over S6.1MW Most of Has population WVJrO evacuated early. Mac Arthur's eommunHiur clalmeHughes .i-kcd if trM I'l.ti' • iging the S.cuni> t'ouncil lo accept a reprcsentative of Communist China on the Council Attlee replied "That is an entirely separate question The Biitufa Ocrvarnn i pared to try and make bargain or this point Conimcntinit on i' I m ilion of men and Daoosgr, \m,tald TI %  (io\ern*"ent % %  armi] % %  •' %  .,, %  rneot de demon rtrstsj the dorterrriMtion of the| I*ruled State* (lovcrnment to dlsp thi bli| ntions under the N t|i i • Charter in the Kesouncs Siriiincd lh.'> .l,..med in particular riMagatlOral which IhfQ U '"inmoa rtiin otiut raamban <'i !! %  UrtteSd NaUoiu ttava % %  gaj tn a d undtr the Security Council t.Mil lion urging aid to South IwcWW TIMknowledge that if Hi. I'niUvl St.,;,>s al. DO being geared in UteM talkWill give heart and encouragement to fret ptopMM throuKimut t h i World." he added .\fu. laid UH Britosh rWopli were engaged in a haril slriiUKUfm |.„.iionuc recovery and British raaouroa* were still strained Ncv.ith.Usthe Hutinh Oov%  BJMDI would cnnMdci What uld be done to mulch the high solve to which TrunEPARTt'HF*. -.Lucia 11 l*ade. Smith. Sch %  M | Hit. R ...lenr. a,. h R M V. • ABR1V U | s s KM .... %  %  i UBM NaaaW UM Opt Hetike. from D Pi: PARTC KT< %  i (io\ernnu oi \nal\sl N.i.iut' and \i;riciil(iirf BAJaBAJXM Application it in a POO" %  : • gMtOxglM ... or quartei i (TOM saUry II made under the Widows and Ol latava i and incidental expense. ramlb payable on lirst appoinUtunt Aiipllcations accompanied by t 10 thai Colonial Secretary. Bridgeto* %  s.dar mm. in • . %  %  i L and should re not lalar than the 15th of AuguIn Touch With Barbado* Coastal Station U.S. And Britain Reject Red China i .n p....ii .i had gi expi 151. SlCII'ilXS a CO m Roebuck Htre. .. %  Hg M llt-i operating hare with ainrr ;M7 without being mad*. Drop and Truck r the M x 7 had their -...'. .. .%  He complaint id are Ihem I. a. attractive ai the quailyie JOHN F IILTHON 1J-I FOR KENT mtAMni.Y — Watertord Mieh.ei From now to Dee luinithed modrtn home O .I'd Refilgeralor For parti Gap. St '!. %  )' CtflC %  *•"• ular* Dial 11 7 Sn I Acre 51 peichea ol land al Pilgrim It.iad. Chnat Church. The above paicel of land will be art p for .ahbv Public Competition al Mai office No 14 Jamem Streel. on. l-i Iday MUl July ItAO al 3 SO p in The above parrel of land la the proper~ "" -nder i'i ill u >'.m i TAKE NOTICE OAKITE THAT OAKITE PRODUCTS INC a -..rpi.!Ottnii orajanltrd and eai.tina under !he law* o( In* Sour ol New Votk. United State* of Amaru-*, who** trade or bualneai addreaa M Sim Thamea %  troaL Now %  HtV Y"ih. United Stale* of An-rica. ha. applied for tho regi.lratlon ral a Irade mark in Port 'A' of the I tegti.tr r In connection Wltn. tnemleal .•impound' having ter-*oft*niiig qualitic*. lecimmendad for all cleanalna. %  iB.hing. and pollahliuf purpua*.. partwularly for uaa In the kllchan and In UtO bouaehold generally, and tor uaa in laundn*.. garage*, dainea. and indu.tnal a Hail ..( ail kind.^ alao recommendod La lubricating, heat abanrtui grindina. •tanspinii. drawlna ( -nipping .-.ii far*, nl paint, vamiah, enameli I a pans. lacquer*, and other .urfoce ruallr deodoriling alao raeomow Katlon. commercial and 1 ii. .terilmng buttlaa and •r.. alao re,-ommended ieutrali/l.u and .l.-l for •lerll )v.arhold. u*n i>iha* t.mtatn%  a acoki re acid Inhibitor ,nd tor UMin wet ic.tile*. and will g> from page i told Oiumvko that as lliit.un bound by tha Bocuritj Council decision, stir "could nol at present put forward any deniute prODOS' al.s on the peaceful settlement the Korean question," and adi "British Government coaaldori d %  ..ry that us a preliminary proposal. ho-tilme. in Kore., should be terminated, and North Korean troops withdrawn be von. I the 38th parallel." Taaa said that "on Jul. !' Gromyko told K.-'ly that Russia considered thai the l>est mdhod for peaceful M-nicnient of the Korean question was a con\.atiun of the Baourtt) Council wiih Indispensable participation ol the I. ; :. %  r,t.it.\ i of tin%  *'" '.' %  Government of China with representatives of the Korean people to I*' heard in deciding the Korean question "As for the preliminary proposal of the British Government, Gromyko told the Ambassador that in order to avoid going loo f.n ..head, this preliminary proDo .1. like all other proposal.' should be held over for consideration of the Security Council. At'.l.-.v it 'pi' inc. i" %  raid Britain's, iptsroach to Uia Bo let Union ..,, lo %  whethi-i .. nut ttrtctb within the SaeurUj mill rcMilution. he umlil Ban th" Soviet Government >.< %  .sist in bringing about U lion of hostilities in Korea Hril 1 tolleagties on th< Council were fullv informed, he sn David Kail) to-nlgl .Mitten Btatarnonl on tho urn ish position on Kocaa to thi Bo viet Deputy Foreign Minis!. : liroinvko. um. turns from llritlsh Prime Minister. Attlee This was the fourth lime in %  fortnight that UM Britlah sador hatl seen the l)epnl> r>reim Minist.-i this time nt Sit ll.vn 1 request To-night's communication ". at the first written statement ..f th. Iliilish positmn oi. Kou-a received b) the IL. — Kruter Defence Co&§ added! Jump In Canada %  haa, M v _ Do Lairmaaa. S *, Proape-t.ir. %  S Ttalanu. I I Mavn'iTia On. K S aefeaa \. | ... lun. -. s r.i,.,, rechi. SS Polai Mai.l MS Kull.kraa ilvkarp. m .;... ... •-s id.. .i.ii,... I %  i BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL LAUNDERING OF NURSES UNIFORMS BAUD IKNI.IK-. ...II i %  0) lock ...vi. on Tu.-..l.i>. Mlh July. 1IT.0. f..r th. riuli.rni> f..r .. |-r...l "I '""i %  <""• N %  iv.,,1.-, taraa will la auppl IMmnl Hoapitai. and Uaa* any an %  i i Ila ii..P"i 1,,. .. uaialjmK.Mlh.tlm.olwr. ...t iholr .111i,„n n i la bacon* I-...".I %  MnMai lo. tha N aaltai ruOnac pam ,.. t...... \h.-srci..i>. W. GOODMAN. Bauai i SHIPPING NOTICES %  Mr Join %  M H • % %  imam.!. Mi 1 — riding. M n iliuundath er Wood Maigai. in Wood, i.eila Fr.-1rii . tHra i inn ri i.mo an n mow |4JI M< I m %  %  %  Mr Davit ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. Salllol fraat Amatateam. a.llrrgaaa aad *-!•• M s A.RNFT.V July It. M. "th rUtCt n Aug *. I. %  '>. M s -liriaNA **.-!>' I 1. "< Sailing traaa Al.rdaa. a*4 Ua-i t s "CUTTICA Augu.i lath ..Hint la Madeira llt—.-lk %..-...-!. aad v....1.1.1 — M -i M nRANJFSTAI) Aug ad HattlBf la Trialdad. raiaaMrlh* Dlaagrawg. ie. M H "HERSILIAJuly S1U. M I UH t'BA A..a llh .. ,. MV-.A 'a IN . CO LTD. %  1 ii n I %  M lt,-l ... Rohm %  si sraw M.lkmaon. M lO 0 II. nil*/. Mi 11., K. i. in wai Ud off Cai ida de ready al an all l high. Following a Ing on Wednesday £20 MONTHLY FASIIY earned at home In ipare tlmi ikajlhag in %  tamps. No eiperlenceoaeoaBsry SulUblo for alther ash I alao contact you with Sludvnta ' Colonial and Dommiona foe pen cormpondonta. Encloa* 1>. *tamp Air Mall only lake lewa days F Partingion. Proapeet Hou*e. MB Wlgan Road tj-igh Lanct | England haiUTlCldr. fungletd' IW tajbnsg oprratlorul I-. entitled to real.ter the .am* after one tixtnih. from th* llth day of Ju.v IPW i.ln. aorrv* p*raon .hall In th* ineanllm* give notice In diiplicalo I" nve at my ....... ..( •.ppoaiti-m '.I lurh iraim-i .. The trad* mark can he aeen on application at mv ornco. Dated thi. llth dav of July IflM If Will.JAMS Reglltfnr of Tr..dr \1-fk. Misleading Officials In London think 1 report of the exchanges In MosCOW tietw.t-n Ambassador Sir David Kelly and Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Gromyko is misleading In one respect Taaa said Kelly told Gromyko Britain could not put forward definite propos\WA. Jul> 21). it has Mown the Irf.ni, costs alUme pOOjcatl %  Cahmet meetthe G'ivi tiiint .mthorl'ed an immadlate i.i. prafiaunnw thai arUl BOd mllUona to the daft < %  '". %  '' aj, rofot Bojuadron and tin ro kt no mdiatlon that the piugrammt' eiei..t..t CaawHan daxoBH adding i-.ssihlv K.IHiO men m regular forces, doublln* the ducti.m i altof fighter pla providimi addition ii aid United Nations in Korea nU the end of Canadian preparations P> •Ti. to the roprauilitaiy | '....I W.lkll.aor Al.-h-li lleiuu. %  1 .. | Aruba. %  %  ailing M \ i-arlbboa" I Schooner Owners jsaolallaa lr unalgnee; Mall 40T Canadian National Sleatiislii%  Al(li am Aug. Aus th Aua iSep TUl B*P i %  ,, ana iaj i vnv RODN1 : \ai NuaoN 1AHY rlOIINrV I.ADY NgtJtON Jr.l Boa ath • %  Mi Kennrlh USfOrda, Mi>. i llir.iirin. Mr An,lieSi....|>*i.| arra aaadaelt Hi als for peaceful settlement of the (Coraan qua tlon „ „ In fact, oftlcial* here said Kellv made it clear that Ilrilain. like ,ther members oi UM BoCUrltt Council, regarded the cessation Ol hostilities and withdrawal to the II th pa. iii : i % %  %  %  %  llminary to any setllemenThe whole nbjeel of "' Itriti-h op, ,i, m Moscow. It hag bear .. ., I. -1 .. %  I.. M' %  '" urge Moscow to use it* mfluanc" in North Korlo top light ing OFFICIAL NOTICE NOTICE ... I'UtS> vi i IIKHT t. Tonn. C H .ef Hay St.. Op t)aa Tu WANTED HELP %  | g th* ... Young M I %  .-.!... ItM at • SO p m at Heckle* Road. Saint • %  r al I %  jt th* aald Qonoial 1 i.iu.t be .ubmitted lo Iho II.. ed co Carrlngi.-. Beoly. Sir**t. Drldaatown. not lat*Uun .even day from the dat* haraol lh.i*d ihi. ISth day of July. IS*) R C CHAPMAN. Hunv Secretary III Hi Sn n\nrtADos The vindormenti. I1,.ildlnga. be .low If not then .... .<..! during IK IN TRf I liropefti LIQUOR LICENSE M0TICE TBAN.IIS AND REMOVAL Tha application of Shirley Rarmay i IOUU' Ariw Village. St Thoma.. th. nrrhaaM of Liquor Ucena* No HSU ( ItM granted in roapoct ol %  wall uildlng near AdventMi Church. Oo*ftiwaol Hill. St MKhavl In remove > boarded and Mangled Bf or rg*vniT win be •*! up f"* "air *t "•' Heoiiltatton Ofltc*. __ and I p.m. for th* .um and on th* data .pee,fled it will If M-t up on each ...creedlng Friday at th* aarno | houri until aoWl Full pa.iicular. on appllcaium to me. BKUUKH V. RODIN1->N irtain place or par.-l of land r plantation) %  itualo at rt^irhV* UP*ha|vO Of ISTO aw3 ona quarter i-rclir. fhrmctl. %  pi.vata load but %  now a public road, %  toward, th. north on landt O'^Clapham plantation I l. -.Ml.., urinont On* i Week*. tah ol t i Inward. |r..p*,l> ALL THAT *^ Of Ventno in iho h ,,... i, tarta. which wa. %  ghj I-. gkOl i^ii^^aaa £j5fm£mrzrsmr • %  r. D Born*, and on th* South on Ih* public rood oi IMSTOTOI SOM <"c ana may bull ai*l bound. Cp-rt Pure £2g • Sd | M -..Mil. Jul.. iaaa |( wl JIAfc(H Madl-trat inChancer Offlro. July. IsSU ^ J ^__^_.^^^^^_______._^^ GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. AianU. (.Hills(It,. .l.i:.. TIL*.\SA1I.AMIHIn I the lllli AugUSl. M.i.o. M UNE IH.M.'" Balling i" 'i. ni' 1 %  .,,,. Accepting raaaeiiger*:.m.no QQIfl S iilin; t0 I' L > r..... a %  '. Oft U I till AtlgUI 1V50. Dahna t ahin i i Iwo avauablo H*M IIW I Kaili lor Further Farllculan.. Apply la:— JONES & CO., LID. -Agi-ntB. I'KOVISlON (.KIM mv I.Hit OK SI OKI IUIMH r Quallly I Mi lh X "i a 8 gall. iched OFFICIAL NOTICE mtf atnfl bavo utiafaelory ...-. Apply to Fernihdf-t, DaaconI Black Rock. b*t*en S and S mdav to Sunday Aria* Village, St Thomaand to uae It at .t.-.. Tit.e.i praa ... thia ISIh da. of July. 1*30 SigneU ALLAN CRAWFDHD. BARBADOS TI* undeimentioned t illr Building-, between below If not that. fold. *> NO da I.IHI.S WITH % %  St % \t II1M1 ... SAIJES GIRL Reejinel -I'II knoledge of .Spanish If P""' State -auuT. Apply Poat Ofnce Boa No T.I. Bldg*U>v i5CELLANEOUS K rlic ilai D „ Hi-: %  Funh*r V11 hen hr Poll.-* Slago i %  D Tim appllcat P %  | i, B .THE (oi BT or OatajaDaai operiy will bo %  *< II noon and ) p m 1 will he .at up hour, until told I Ihr Rrgiatroll. partaar. or applu GIBBONS ET AL %  do u> %  %  %  ' %  %  ralaad | vi...: D I'i" %  TAKK NOTICE JANIT That Jamaica Knllllng Mat* Limi — duly in.orporalad undef tha : ,.,ca. -ho.* tfaao or buts. agsa >ddr*a* 1. Number Wott St.oe lr ISoari.h .if Klng.ton. laasnd el JamaKl Bn'"* 1 Weal Indlr* has ap4 Irade I agtUt knitted good, and will B* l unleu aom* pef.on ahall in Inmaanlim* giv* notic* in dupiicsno to m* ...noalUon of aueb Tie trad* mark can be lalgnd "' Rarha-I-%  ha aan* ri.ure o. U Win-'.I lh* porjem Of T'.e, on other land* of th. bound Todotn*' will ... 1-p.cl Po.. Dat* *" %  |.. uounrti'.a on IJ %  and on land, ol a placo ( „a Norma Aga'ha Oibbona on .*. place failed Brdl-nd C. %  iQftaHa or howevrr *l*e tha all other building* on th* %  lh* appuftenanc*. I sal* .T | M | AilVEBIISE IT PAYS isu. i •Uy. FURNISH The HOUSE MF.ADY NOW lor •dial* order i. a ""do. HOME a OFFICE FLwlUl a Btyl* CnmH-it il..tie.-. Oral i • -. asa .JI i. In*] in Tail. Turt.. V.g.l. %  and th< t.lllHs f.OI.II HlllttDN iieiioi* at vaa *. Dial IMS afrfMatJafaMgog -,',-.'.'. Q I II. Charm in Wardrobe. Heo.Urad* !>•' " M-.I ln Cabin-'. I %  Table.. SI40boar %  H..iii>.. r.mfurt. aUsrr n**ka. i nnok H.iek. and II Till Vi.MVV.VI.VI. L S. WILSON u-i received a new *hlpmenl of *f;A /* i tvmtCB M-CTa i £ m i*ii nil bt dalay your oroV i THK CBBfTBAt EMPORII "H ( I NTKAI. Mil MlRV I.Til Proprlelosm 1 (,.,.,-r of Broad and Tudor Streets III IIIHM. LAND JOIIS Ki. HI 4IIOS A r a r v A Formerly MSH A rlladon FOR SALE %  *>.d Hod> beaoh Ltd ROM Dublin per MV "TjlJALrW Single Fare Lit usual red wr H'*i>' I llolllHIH. iltng (l. : tiuiu lor children nun. ill it. Iif Ite.iulietl i i N .l.\i HISIl 'A. N.. .1.1 MO I /l I . | , %  ii.VER I ,R| I -al IS ITEM CAIIO INIIF.k FILE %  tm it BTWI n in i M' M.rirE cilAiio. .IV MA HOG AN 1 i.iM-a. CHAIRS M. MAHOGANY %  HINA I MUM i PAP) OF MAII.-.ANV ll'K'KKIIS N PAIR or PAIR "I MAMOOAN\ i KAUU nOOKCAKI I HIRI H i HAIR* i.ni in •; II Mn. I WAMI BASIN u... H H l ..•v. ..i) %  IK 00 %  49 OS %  1110 00 ... ... %  SIM • id.to .• t 14 on • MM 17 M %  • 00 1 ..It 1 M OS • as on t SO 00 g r H BARBADOS ELFHRIC SUPPI.Y CORPORATION LTD. l\OTI€E i. • g>>nd tlaaa IJVNH Saandv l-ne pasoad ote. i.. ir.ii Igh cUa* raaadetttlal -action. r.1h w.tt. right ft| way to tht aajaj n*Mh C>A*TAI. 1.AM. rvreal all. RKAL I %  i \ i i AGENT AurUoneer Survryor PLANTATIONS Bl JUIINti PhoDO • As the Maiiufarlurrrs havr our Engines ran no longer be consequence had In put this tier rommlwliin and. owing I" Ihe r. available as a result, nut IIml Inter als daring the nest few m. '.I. d that repairs to one of %  i ..-.I the roMiuany haa In .-rating *•>• CMIO h I nul of I... in,n of -Litoll.. Plant now it % %  •aaaara io shrd load si nth*. Our < utmost eco Ihe Peak pi *re a*ked afl "' operate by esrrrlslng the mini In the use nl rlrttn.lU. particularly durim: rlod between 6.30 and %  %  p.m. until further notic*. -MITH. General Manager ?0lh June. :ia.



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Friday Ju IT 21 1950 Barbados Iduocate I'rirr: rive O:\TS Yfr M U.S. TROOPS LEAVE, TAEJON IN FLAMES Britain Will Make Direct Contact With Soviet Govt. To Stop Korean Struggle MB aaaraa LONDON. Julv 20. jyjK. ATTLhr. today made a statement in (he HoU-ve of Coinm.His about ihr recent An K lo-Sovlet talk* on Korea. Ho -.,, establish direct contact with Kimia in an effort to secure their cooperation for a pt-acetul settlement. Andrei Gromykn (Soviet Deputy Foreign Minlater) had told the British Ambassador (Sir David Kelly) Lhl< the Soviet Government also wished for %  peacefu mjnt, a ,.d asked if the Ambassador had any proposition 10 Sir David Kelly replied thai it was the British Government's wish mat the Soviet Government would use Its influence with the North Koreans to stop bloodshed Attlee . that at a further ineeting with CJromyko on July II Kelly said the Government's preliminary "uggeslion was that forces making (or peace should loin together to bring about the icssation of hostilities, and wilh'trawal of North Korean force. iwyond the 38th parallel without i oncerning themselves for the moment with other causes of the diflerence which had arisen In the i>aat in connection with th* Korean question Sir David Mm the ulain fait was I hat hoatilltles were due to the .North Koreans having crossed the ;!8th parallel and Uic best augcistion which the British Government as a member of the United NaU0Oi could make was to urge the Soviet Government. likewise .. tnember of the United Nations to odd their efforts to those other members by using their influence with the North Koreans Call Again The Ambassador was again requested. 10 call on Ora July 17 Qnoufco stated that in the opinion of thV Soviet Government the best means for the peaceful settlement of the Korean %  luestion tu convening the Security Council with the Indispensable participation of the Chinese People's Government. Gromyko added that representatives of the Korean people ihould be heard and that the Security Council should then solve (he Korean question Sir David Kelly slated lhat the general attitude of the British Government to representation of the Chinese People's Government A as known but that this question was separate irom that of the full situation, which was that forces representing S3 United Nations were being attached In South Korea. Refer to Council Attlee Hid Sir P.ivid Keilv inquired whether it was the view of I he Soviet Government that this situation should be referred to the Security Council with the Chinese People's Government participating, and that meanwhile hostilities ihould continue. Gromyko merely replied that it was for the Security Council to solve the broad Korean question Attlee said Sir David Kelly had tieen instructed to deliver in aide* memoire to the Soviet Gov mem confirming and summarising the views of the British Government. "These in short'. Attlee said. 'are that the immediate Issue is to stop hostilities In Korea, kard to which the British (iovernment reaffirm their support for the resnh.iii.-ii of the Security Council, and thai restitution of ( which peace in Korea cannot be made conditional on the settlement .,( other issues The British Government reiterate the hOBO th.r. the Soviet Government wtl] UM ) on pace 1 Mac Arthur Says "Reds Have Lost Their Chance' U.S., Britain Reject Red China MOSCOW. J ft Moscow newspapers today published fully Groni>ko's late-t statement to British Ambassador Si i Itivi.i Kellconsidered Ihe best way to peace In Korea was to seat Communist <-': %  ... %  '. II,. Sei III!-, t Deputy Soviet Foreign Mlnlftei Gromyko who u in change of the Foreign Office during th* of his chief Andr. Mil H.I OPBNIN0 BATSMKN liar ibalUog) and >ullmei seen lierr in tide a lood >i .ri ve-tirrt.ij in Ui' Ihixl I>-1 b M lar 4b Kae is II not out n toniI i ill's a (1M i lh< aaeend ri-.t male* wtlleh i h. Ho Vfe* 1 MUM %  lit HI bad Vvshinsky made this dec I m he roceievd Kelly lute interview The i left ., tinner partv aftei recetv%  lelephoot lei Porelfn Ottea li third tlk atnog the Kan ng began, and the first since the 'peace" message to Stalin of In"an Premier Nehru Rejected The United States has i ejected NehTlfi proposal to gtre Communist China a Security Council Mat as .i step towards solving the Korean crisis British Premier Attlee is also believed to have re* ieeted it. When Kelly wg after tne Interview on Monday if there would be further '..ilkWith the Soviet Foreign Office, he said there probably would be Soviet News Agency Taaa toda: releaaed details of the interview between Gromyko and Kcllv on luh | 1 and on Monday It quoted Groinvko %  that the participation of Communist China waa "IndUrjcnsable" II of the Becurlfjr CouBaU Not Definite Taaa sj.id that 00 Jult II Kelly • On Page 7 'I Am Satisfied' Says Cummins England All Out For 223 Nehru'* Efforts To Stop \\ ar \rr Futile | Dlplon stli rft i] PTUM r.imiit Nehru ol India V i dMt* in th* Korean ruiirlu-1 I futilu until one side or the olhei nuns the upper hand In th,. pre-nt battle Report* that the huii.ui Premiei I ffortl to halt tjit 11, discounted u long ai i. si the >..ntllrt retail*! lagaUoni in the Srcuntv thai %  alletl nei etweei Brltl i Sli David K.-iu ki %  d Andrei Own "tllli ,\ undecided %  %  i pen fa i aaeUaUofgi u mediation in caaa North Korear lend .i cruahlng defeat Dr RED PURGE U iNDON. July 20 About. 192.000 mamben of thai Humanian Worker* itommimiMi I Part* — over one-fifth of the I membership — have i*K>n purged according to an official Rumanian News Agency message received In bondon The me&age said the purge re%  ultcd from mass "veriftcotion" ol party membership conducted "with assistance of nearly ^oo ooo mem ben". The Party Executive today described this as "one ot the moat important events in the H'e <-f the party II fully confirmed the correctness of the decision taken in February IMS on the need to purge trio party ranks of opportunist alien and hostile elements Thr statement said revolutioncry surveillance In parly organisations has grown as well as their knowledge cf methods used b> hostile elements to undermine th* work of th,iarty "Nearly half of those subsequently purged d.'i %  the verification avoid inquiry Into their past or because they had Joined the Partv onTJ recently." The check hud realisen the pro. portion of "workers" in leading iKwts in State admlnitv from 24 to 40 per cent many organisations had grottb violated the P..gardlng admission of -. %  bers" —Rrub-r H. c. Cummlna, M C P %  r the three Barbados dolenates to the Suj!,n tolkl i" LOOdOU returned to Bart %  ' morning via. Trinidad by H w 1 A r*e*fa| London Ihe dav bef-^re Hon. H A Cuke. C I) K who airiv.-.! in Hail dot on July 14th. Dr Cummins spent about nine day* In New York He arrived in Trinidad at V p in on Wl direct from Ke* by a new service of Pan American Airways, D Preal V nt \ a matter or fact D j Cummins. "I was on the inaughl of this lie from New York to Trinidad and on tVown I %  | s *.-. American RepuMli /fboui the Buni Talks. Dr erybod) f-cems satisfied. uAdudtng mvself In the course of conversation, the I ncket won arose, and he laid thai he was privileg e d 10 see the Second Test which gladdened the hearts ot every %  n who %  • the ma < .<. i mi MIOVM It Eisenhower Ready If (Allied 11nun i MJfl >' %  %  i %  i Supien.t indei In i ... ha would ba availgI I. it ill**] upon should the Koreei • in.. Univi aporti reported theorj that Russia engin%  the i Rather hi %  test of in i 91 iti will tO Oppt %  aunrtar. Singapore Ha ke Xews/Mper Lair LON1-' Thi Govonraant today assuim J p %  .ii of newspapi i tuning ma'.ter I %  tul laauc of at l.k. %  |i .'. Force* are mg:i.,<. %  %  irlti CotuN II %  I every three I irs. pri'.t.i habie to n and llm-* The Oov ol pt] %  %  1 ... —Keoter WEST li\Df t ES 77 FOR I • and *pii H which prevented thi lei %  from 11'.. %  ..I-I effori 0 When wish, let no one torget that it waa this one houi ol flay to-day and the her lie effort of these Lwe. boe lei which n ntrlbub %  %  .1 Mull. In loin raiser) I intlmaled that on 1 Kh nvl laged hen c would %  ipeed ant N,, one % %  n 1 < %  > Bn i on arrival at U 1 IHlte 11 • My onlj %  ,II-. nursed fi 1 H* 1.1.v.'. I ''I %  ind hli %  ' %  1 Leopold Returns To His Throne BRU8UL8, July 211 Belgium Paruajaanl :i-ijy year-old King Ix-upolu irone aftei .-ix year* JU aaUa A fotnt sotsiun of m 1*0 %  adopted tnt bill bo an regency of the Kinglauihai T I,., < buuie* by a majom, 01 all but one east by itht 1. Pai rj :. Partial did 1 One o 1 1 1 .\ 1 •do] 1 %  ., % %  K, ise I %  1 ).,. 1 11. •• %  lay autotnal I I : referendui Royai question I f ,T.. I. 1 %  % % %  %  %  %  % % %  b) %  %  OB no %  : 11 i. divided thi country lot %  • awaj %  .. k to the thn %  1 Ian 1 i' 1 %  Igtan flag %  Weatern wing of •—for six yea^ |ha r* • tlio Regent—Wl rlt thi mant 01 the nd of itM R< %  A the Begent 1 dropped on its mast in the sultry stillness of Ihe summer fl omarged t the palace and watched tl l."lie end Of the six-yc..' • 11 Belgian history, .1 vn.' La Hcgcm" hrok %  i ime* in . %  palace, a bigger Hag will be hrn-. 1 the central dome %  eafee Ati.i 111..0 .n %  %  '-I'l aaaaBM %  gin. tiling foi rii 1. .,-, Wl II "t I % %  .11 tat >. %  i'a**UMl<|Wr Idered .iii.in.0 %  %  tlon am ,. %  u ,.. 11 1 1 .. %  ot ly foi P without delaj .1 and iw n i '. I ,\ f| I I IK" •**>•a> H i,-i •.!' %  re mo 4 no. ol Ihr tlih Itrvlmriil IHrh had In. n III %  1 uaaaial 1 anta*s*aaat| fai Itre wrraInuihi a trim hldr and M"h boMle uilh tank* UBfaatri ami salaam aMai *raah* nd Bama podiuiei %  bu Worrell U*0a Mend f tTorrell 1 have m pi U %  III ,tl II %  %  r>*WS*J lie I I .' I> ledgrnanri Hi n 1 1 packed dip field UibUtlng them on both Mi.1 h* I the righthander With only thi bell he 1,%  • he in raugh* Ha then imnaadlab % %  I wa t" his itrategy. The %  ome fi %  r' 1 luck \ %  WASHJMOTON, Jul, 21 rhe United | Dean Acta %  1 %  %  %  . 1 lii*r-iorino. toala' sit' %  1 prOBI bo* I 11 \\ Fir*.) ..'.IIIK double taxation of air and] A. I nsti g) MI pa*r :t TWO SIGN TRADE PACT %  %  !. transport earning* %  • r,,W Mew V. & lh>pt. For South American Affairs WASHINOTt N. JiU) 2" The Aineii.an State Departmcnl innou lo-d riatchei Warren, United State* Pai tgu beei to I %  ..( South AmerlT h il '< i'.n % %  %  >,i|i">iitineiit w:i> part of th. itreamllnlnd i^ tfw v % %  ... He will be In t harga ol Amen 10 LnUn-Amet continent Warren, "'4. *iii rotum I Uruguaj • %  i rt August i i" '.ik. ovei in oea *>ul-r llamliiir^ IUM oil\r<£iilinShips HAHBURO, lull W ii.o i perl • poi tei .. i %  .., %  meeting ..t Rtuiti I ut HH : <;.i'u II thai of Argeol woul I his deeuuon ended the six da) oi'. efforts here lo bn i ..lienth ships, s at* 'uii .in. The bayi • Aj Int ditp ordered l I %  • tnkinu Argentlni Id ui. i reporl* t Bonn that i Y i> i i %  i I iei III.III ( ; mi i i renunent lodaj lo Irj thi Harobut i: it-" > i oft or Argentim ihlpi which would andanaai tinITi I : %  —Rmlrr bullet %  ground th> Ihe night i %  .. | \ i ,n %  ran t mui i flame and fought (hi %  I fi l*t peeMi ,, i i i. Whrn the ArneuUl ten.itili %  ithdraw, ( o %  %  Ill'.lll I %  .,!. %  h] %  %  pre wl abtase an iiuih *uir %  eeaJraaa had in pa llip..ii*h a wall ui Itame* whi %  -inm wind \n %  %  %  •I . I.. %  %  I • >.• %  bulk) up i %  i %  .; '. %  %  i %  Tae'on %  heir .I" iI % %  pi v I gt lei ted flan • On fur ; Flections For People's Committee roKvo i MI ir, %  lot .. i-to ineni POM II lommlttee" for thi Seoul ...-grill b i %  Id on ,iui> to Pyong.an. %  nvvnrtered %  < % %  today 0 ,'i. n iB*jp %  % %  ling *ill Inter be he other 'lib) %  Kriitrr in. Top Communists From 17 Countries Gather For Berlin Talks Dr. H . (1 BTJONB, M < Irelwnlnc fram Hie London Suear Talk* ly 20 %  for what maj i. thi decl.-irat %  Western 1 Commun.-* %  %  i Commtin. t .i %  I %  | %  leloak less p*ibtle 'on^ultatlon* 'between Eart and West party ('omrnunist rept) )term "Amari In Korea, %  %  evi ab will ab %  • %  %  f —l*i even closer in!. %  Qea %  • 'onakfasTad certain %  -. %  Palmlro Toalial of the Italian Commur.il P rty, Jacojue n fieneral & Conimunlit Party ai Pollltt, General casnl %  %  l in ciOAest toueh with i %  %  %  iripei "Pi llarnber ol Bulgaria, Ruinaio. Poland' ilungar>. rranci and Ital %  nounce*! a! the Congress have thru report Germany for months to eoi isid %  ( % %  Pwo tl out %  i deleaotei Uireoged into %  sell rrixtodei Hall ". gj %  |BI I ..el lifr-ITf 1' v ,:.' i.' ID M.I • They unaiUrrawatf ei. %  %  Cnmnium-t Leader, Kim Ir Sen. the United i mi Ma.. Korean ina rVencn Communist %  The Weat Oerman I I'lguarters in rrankfurl I „f know n Weat that Ileiman Nuduig had been %  gelled from the party. tr ^'f ^ SAVE VALUABLE TIME \i:\\ VOUK A ill .i I. tn wiihn I lll.ll'l Via in ii tu II % LEAVE BABBADOS SATUBDAt MOBNINI AMI AKKIVK AT HEW Vllllh SATUEDAt NIQBT raasa — ora >> SBSIWI nwi KITI \ .-."'• %  Apply lo: — l.tlllMMII AIWTIN A (O.. III*. T/tAtfS-CAMAG.l TtANiCONIIMINTAl



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Friday
Ju It 21
1950
Barbados
Iduocate

I'rirr:
rive o:\ts
Yfr M
U.S. TROOPS LEAVE, TAEJON IN FLAMES
Britain Will Make
Direct Contact
With Soviet Govt.
To Stop Korean Struggle
mb aaaraa - LONDON. Julv 20.
jyjK. ATTLhr. today made a statement in (he HoU-ve of
Coinm.His about ihr recent AnKlo-Sovlet talk* on
Korea. Ho -.,, represented at the Security Council on the Korean issue,
the British Government decided t<> establish direct contact
with Kimia in an effort to secure their cooperation for a
pt-acetul settlement.
Andrei Gromykn (Soviet Deputy Foreign Minlater)
had told the British Ambassador (Sir David Kelly) Lhl<
the Soviet Government also wished for peacefu
mjnt, a,.d asked if the Ambassador had any proposition 10
Sir David Kelly replied thai it
was the British Government's wish
mat the Soviet Government would
use Its influence with the North
Koreans to stop bloodshed
Attlee . that at a further
ineeting with CJromyko on July II
Kelly said the Government's pre-
liminary "uggeslion was that
forces making (or peace should
loin together to bring about the
icssation of hostilities, and wilh-
'trawal of North Korean force.
iwyond the 38th parallel without
i oncerning themselves for the mo-
ment with other causes of the dif-
lerence which had arisen In the
i>aat in connection with th* Korean
question
Sir David Mm the ulain fait was
I hat hoatilltles were due to the
.North Koreans having crossed the
;!8th parallel and Uic best augcis-
tion which the British Government
as a member of the United Na-
U0Oi could make was to urge the
Soviet Government. likewise ..
tnember of the United Nations to
odd their efforts to those other
members by using their influence
with the North Koreans
Call Again
The Ambassador was again re-
quested. 10 call on Ora
July 17 Qnoufco stated that in
the opinion of thV Soviet Govern-
ment the best means for the peace-
ful settlement of the Korean
luestion tu convening the Secur-
ity Council with the Indispensable
participation of the Chinese Peo-
ple's Government.
Gromyko added that represen-
tatives of the Korean people
ihould be heard and that the Se-
curity Council should then solve
(he Korean question Sir David
Kelly slated lhat the general atti-
tude of the British Government
to representation of the Chinese
People's Government a as known
but that this question was separate
irom that of the full situation,
which was that forces represent-
ing S3 United Nations were being
attached In South Korea.
Refer to Council
Attlee Hid Sir P.ivid Keilv in-
quired whether it was the view of
I he Soviet Government that this
situation should be referred to the
Security Council with the Chinese
People's Government participat-
ing, and that meanwhile hostilities
ihould continue.
Gromyko merely replied that it
was for the Security Council to
solve the broad Korean question
Attlee said Sir David Kelly had
tieen instructed to deliver in aide*
memoire to the Soviet Gov
mem confirming and summarising
the views of the British Govern-
ment.
"These in short'. Attlee said.
'are that the immediate Issue is
to stop hostilities In Korea,
kard to which the British (iovern-
ment reaffirm their support for
the resnh.iii.-ii of the Security
Council, and thai restitution of( which
peace in Korea cannot be made
conditional on the settlement .,(
other issues The British Gov-
ernment reiterate the hOBO th.r.
the Soviet Government wtl] UM
) on pace 1
Mac Arthur Says "Reds
Have Lost Their Chance'
U.S., Britain
Reject
Red China
MOSCOW. J ft
Moscow newspapers today pub-
lished fully Groni>ko's late-t
statement to British Ambassador
Si i Itivi.i Kell-
considered Ihe best way to peace
In Korea was to seat Communist
<-':... '. II,. Sei III!-, t
Deputy Soviet Foreign Mlnlftei
Gromyko who u in change of the
Foreign Office during th*
of his chief Andr.
Mil H.I OPBNIN0 BATSMKN liar ibalUog) and >ullmei seen lierr in
tide a lood >i .ri ve-tirrt.ij in Ui' Ihixl I>-1 b m Meet t\a* aut In Ihr linal met gf Ihr ila> lar 4b Kae is II not out
n ton- i- I i ill's a (1m i
lh< aaeend ri-.t male* wtlleh
i h. Ho Vfe* 1 mUm
.lit hi
bad
Vvshinsky made this dec I
m he roceievd Kelly
lute interview The i
left ., tinner partv aftei recetv-
lelephoot
lei Porelfn Ottea li
third tlk atnog the Kan
ng began, and the first since the
'peace" message to Stalin of In-
"an Premier Nehru
Rejected
The United States has i ejected
NehTlfi proposal to gtre Commu-
nist China a Security Council Mat
as .i step towards solving the
Korean crisis British Premier
Attlee is also believed to have re*
ieeted it. When Kelly wg
after tne Interview on Monday if
there would be further '..ilk- With
the Soviet Foreign Office, he said
there probably would be
Soviet News Agency Taaa toda:
releaaed details of the interview
between Gromyko and Kcllv on
luh | 1 and on Monday
It quoted Groinvko
that the participation of Commu-
nist China waa "IndUrjcnsable" II
of the Becurlfjr CouBaU
Not Definite
Taaa sj.id that 00 Jult II Kelly
On Page 7
'I Am Satisfied'
Says Cummins
England All Out For 223
Nehru'* Efforts
To Stop \\ ar
\rr Futile
| Dlplon stli rft
i] PTUM
r.imiit Nehru ol India V
i dMt* in th* Korean ruiirlu-1 I
futilu until one side or the olhei
nuns the upper hand In th,. pre-
-nt battle
Report* that the huii.ui Premiei
I ffortl to halt tjit
11, discounted u long ai
i. si the >..ntllrt re-
tail*!
lagaUoni in the Srcuntv
thai
alletl nei etweei Brltl i
Sli David K.-iu ki
d Andrei Own
"tllli
,\ undecided

- i pen fa i aaeUaUofgi u
mediation in caaa North Korear
lend .i cruahlng defeat
Dr
RED PURGE
U iNDON. July 20
About. 192.000 mamben of thai
Humanian Worker* itommimiMi I
Part* over one-fifth of the I
membership have i*K>n purged
according to an official Rumanian
News Agency message received In
bondon
The me&age said the purge re-
ultcd from mass "veriftcotion" ol
party membership conducted "with
assistance of nearly ^oo ooo mem
ben".
The Party Executive today de-
scribed this as "one ot the moat
important events in the H'e <-f
the party II fully confirmed the
correctness of the decision taken
in February IMS on the need to
purge trio party ranks of oppor-
tunist alien and hostile elements "
Thr statement said revolution-
cry surveillance In parly organisa-
tions has grown as well as their
knowledge cf methods used b>
hostile elements to undermine th*
work of th,- iarty
"Nearly half of those sub-
sequently purged d.'i
the verification avoid inquiry
Into their past or because they
had Joined the Partv onTJ
recently."
The check hud realisen the pro.
portion of "workers" in leading
iKwts in State admlnitv
from 24 to 40 per cent
many organisations had grottb
violated the P..-
gardlng admission of -.
bers"
Rrub-r
H. c. Cummlna, M C P
r the three Barbados dole-
nates to the Suj!,n tolkl i" LOOdOU
returned to Bart '
morning via. Trinidad by
H w 1 A r*e*fa| London Ihe
dav bef-^re Hon. H A Cuke.
C I) K who airiv.-.! in Hail
dot on July 14th. Dr Cummins
spent about nine day* In New
York He arrived in Trinidad at
V p in on Wl
direct from Ke*
by a new service of Pan American
Airways, D Preal V nt \
a matter or fact D
j Cummins. "I was on the inau-
ghl of this lie
from New York to
Trinidad and on tVown I
| s *.-. American RepuMli
/fboui the Buni Talks. Dr

. erybod)
f-cems satisfied. uAdudtng mvself
In the course of conversation, the
I ncket won arose, and
he laid thai he was privileged
10 see the Second Test which
gladdened the hearts ot every
n who the ma
< .<. i mi MIOVM It
Eisenhower
Ready If
(Allied 11nun
i MJfl >'
i i
Supien.t indei In
i
... ha would ba availg-
I I. it ill**] upon should the
Koreei

in.. Univi aporti
reported theorj that Russia engin-
.
the i
Rather hi
test of in i 91 iti
will tO Oppt
aunrtar.
Singapore Ha ke
Xews/Mper Lair
LON1-'
Thi Govonraant
today assuim J p
.ii of newspapi i
tuning ma'.ter
I '
tul laauc of at
l.k. |- i .'.
Force* are mg:i.,<- .
.
irlti CotuN II
! I every three
I .
irs. pri'.t.i
habie to n
and llm-*
The Oov ol
pt- ]
.

1
...
Keoter
WEST li\DftES 77 FOR I
NOTTINGHAM Jui
n was A BLACK UAV lot England et Trent Bridgi
todaj and convereely th*' Weil Indians must
object clothed in o rosy hut-. Certalnlj .1
right with the Caribbe*. ft'orld, and deeervirufly s^
rhai 1 it tit dis
mis' i
rum on tl
*lueh pat foi wtekM *
NotUngham
tus Harry men mu 1
ed to then inuient I ...
1 U) applnud lit.
for Robin was alway* on the bide
: Mu- mallei fallow, and thaw
Mar all nre Mil
'.and now tackling the might ol
England
the queue
front place,
the Wmi Indian ihOi I
bv .1 eutaon ind Worrell thai laid
< 'i ihe Boglan<
sol la pee
llni Few
in laku dui wicket
for ,i on n -i DM not otll
dernoraUei

eonfldeni > and *pii H which pre-
vented thi lei from 11'-
....i-i effori 0 When
wish, let no one torget that it
waa this one houi ol flay to-day
and the her lie effort of these Lwe.
boe lei which n ntrlbub
.1 Mull. In
loin raiser) I intlmaled that on 1
Kh - nvl
laged hen c would
ipeed ant
n,, one n 1 <> Bn i
on arrival at U 1
IHlte 11
.
My onlj
,ii-. nursed fi 1
H* 1.1.v.'. I ''I
ind hli " '
1
Leopold
Returns To
His Throne
BRU8UL8, July 211
Belgium Paruajaanl :i-ijy
year-old King Ix-upolu
irone aftei .-ix year* ju
aaUa A fotnt sotsiun of m 1*0
. adopted tnt bill bo an
regency of the King- lauihai
. t I,., < buuie* by a majom, 01
. all but one east by
itht 1. Pai rj
:. Partial did 1
One o
. 1
1 .
1
.\ 1 .
do] 1 ., k, ise
I 1 ).,. 1 11.

lay autotnal
! I
I
: referendui
Royai question I f
,T.. I.
1
b) .....
..... OB no : 11 i.
divided thi country lot
. awaj
.. k to the thn
. 1 Ian 1 i'1
Igtan flag
Weatern wing of
for six yea^ |ha r* -
tlio RegentWl
rlt thi
mant 01 the nd of itM R<
a the Begent1
dropped on its mast in the sultry
stillness of Ihe summer fl
omarged t
the palace and watched tl
l."lie end Of the six-yc..'
11 Belgian history,
.1 vn.' La Hcgcm" hrok

i ime* in
.
palace, a bigger Hag will be hrn-.
1 the central dome
eafee
Ati.i 111..0 .n pnlttlul to till
inilltar) neU All dlacu
don would H main sub
mi Had lo the ir-uiis on the
wai fronl Further attempt! by
1 lovanunan! to halt dn
... ,
1 mux it 1.11 could only
ig the cleai 1 m
., thet the
h Pa ibln child "i thi
latlopg "-iiii bt
1 .
which lh<
Realei
(
(By DEREK PEARCY)
(With American Front Line Troops)
July 20
;ENERAL MacARTHUR, claimed in I special
communique issued to day thai North Koreans
had now "lost their chance" of victory. '"With the
deployment in Korea of major elements of the
Eighth Army now accomplish d the ovimuniawe
said, "the first phase of the campaign has ended
and with it the chance for victory 0jr north Korean
Forces "

\ . ..'*'..

I Mai u
ait t \ ctrtf

Nmth Koreans using

, uoni durlnl Ihe
night rlung in ,t med *tt
.. 1 -i
lad fag 11
5 St'ek To
[ncrease
Defences
PARIS Jul) .'"
1. fi-n, 0 .1, .
I'
Ighi > '-I'l aaaaBM
gin- tiling foi .....rii 1. .,-,
Wl
II....."t I .11 '.....
...... tat >.
i'a**UMl<|Wr
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,. u ,.. 11 ,
1 1 ..
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P without delaj .....
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f| I I
'

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a>Hi,-i
.!' re mo 4 no. ol Ihr tlih
Itrvlmriil IHrh had In. n III
1..... uaaaial 1 anta*s*aaat| fai
Itre wrra- Inuihi a trim hldr
and M"h boMle uilh tank*
UBfaatri ami salaam aMai
*raah* nd Bama
podiuiei



bu
Worrell U*0a Mend
f tTorrell 1 have m
pi U III
,tl II
.
r>*WS*J lie I I .' I>
ledgrnanri Hi n
1 1 packed dip field
UibUtlng them on
both Mi.- 1 h* I the right-
hander With only thi
bell he 1,-
he
in raugh*
Ha then
imnaadlab I wa t" his
itrategy. The "
*
ome fi r' 1 luck \
WASHJMOTON, Jul, 21
rhe United |
Dean Acta 1
. .
1 lii*r-iorino. toala' sit' 1 prOBI bo*
I 11 \\ Fir*.)
..'.Iiik double taxation of air and] a.
I
nsti
g) mi pa*r :t
TWO SIGN TRADE PACT
*!. transport earning*

r,,W
Mew V. & lh>pt.
For South
American Affairs
WASHINOTt n. JiU) 2"
The Aineii.an State Depart-
mcnl innou lo-d
riatchei Warren, United State*
Pai tgu
beei ......... to I
..( South Amerl-
T h i- l '< i'.n
>,i|i">iitineiit w:i>
part of th. itreamllnlnd i^ tfw
v ...
He will be In t harga ol Amen
10 LnUn-Amet
continent
Warren, "'4. *iii rotum
I Uruguaj " i rt
August i i" '.ik. ovei in oea
*>ul-r
llamliiir^ IUmoil-
\r HAHBURO, lull W
ii.o.......i perl
poi tei
.. i ..,
meeting ..t Rtuiti
I ut hh : <;.i'u ii thai
of Argeol woul
I
his deeuuon ended the six
da) oi'. efforts
here lo bn i
..lie- nth ships, s
at* 'uii
.in.
The bayi Aj Int ditp
ordered l
I

tnkinu Argentlni
Id ui. i reporl* t...... Bonn that
i Y i> i i i
I iei iii.iii ( ;......mi i i
renunent lodaj lo Irj
thi Harobut i: it-" > i
oft or Argentim ihlpi which
would andanaai tin- ITi
I :
Rmlrr
bullet

ground th>
Ihe night i

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\ i ,n ran t mui
i
flame and
fought (hi

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fi l*t peeMi......
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pre wl abtase an
iiuih *uir eeaJraaa had in
pa llip..ii*h a wall ui Itame*
whi paid t> -inm wind
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i
' Tae'on
heir .I" i-
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pi.....v I gt lei ted
flan
On fur ;
Flections For
People's Committee
roKvo i mi
ir, lot .. i-to ineni
Pom Ii lommlttee" for thi
Seoul ...-- grill b i Id on ,iui>
to Pyong.an.
nvvnrtered <
today
0 ,'i.
n iB*jp 'ling
*ill Inter be he
other 'lib)
Kriitrr
in.
Top Communists From 17 Countries
Gather For Berlin Talks
Dr. H . (1 BTJONB, M < I-
relwnlnc fram Hie London
Suear Talk*
ly 20

for what maj i. thi
decl.-irat
Western '
1
Commun.-*

i
Commtin. t .i

I |

leloak less p*ibtle 'on^ultatlon*
'between Eart and West party
('omrnunist rept) )-
term "Amari
In Korea,
-- evi ab will ab
f l*i even closer in-
- !. Qea
-


'onakfasTad certain
. -.

Palmlro Toalial
of the Italian
Commur.il P rty, Jacojue n
fieneral &
Conimunlit Party ai
Pollltt, General
casnl


l
in ciOAest toueh with i
' -

iripei "Pi llarnber ol
Bulgaria, Ruinaio. Poland'
ilungar>. rranci
and Ital
nounce*! a! the Congress
have thru report
Germany for months to eoi
isid
.(' Pwo tl out ' i deleaotei Uireog-
ed into sell rrixtodei Hall
". gj |BI I
..el lifr-ITf 1' '
v ,:.' i.' id m.i
They unaiUrrawatf ei.


Cnmnium-t Leader, Kim Ir Sen.
the United
i mi Ma.. Korean
ina rVencn Communist

The Weat Oerman I
I'lguarters in rrankfurl
I f know
n Weat that Ileiman Nuduig had been
gelled from the party.
tr^'f^
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M ft HwHl. H. h* b*n
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Midr. h hid bri'ff' r> '
1 Oil T
ih in- ol it* *>
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Don*! b* Ufa iot dinner." So h*
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iki > p*'h "o* on* nmu." ht
i ondr ?>* of them
- hi .,*,.
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Sl.irruiil HETTY IIUTTON VICTOR MATURE
WILLIAM UA.MEHEST JUNE HAVOC
Ri-d. Ilol *nd Bill." ,. Juyou.. tunrtul *nd hsppy lo-lurky
== -:- J=!
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
vrre Mr
Archie who '. about iftx
Jin-he*. ;.'' ton J '
in St. KH W will ha
Maying nvlth in- ilsti
Huuw. *.
Harbado* far on* month
Managing Director Leave*
Mil J"HN DARE ..... .'I lb*
kfiaMlni Director! of
Maun Will.mi, >
WU in Bai
loft yelerduv 1> M'i by HWIA
Left Yetterday
M!(S CLARIi
I1WIA
Second Visit In Two Yeur-
Miss DOREBN SCHULEH pai '
th la holiday
bora artth > '
who urn it Baawall '
..i.,
liM Royal I
wwkV hfl.tljv m I
tha ........Indai in Barb
to her
in two yaai
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1
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than "wit* dinVuli)
Sllllt tlltO .1 Mil.ill
win-i.. i hopi an I
tlnuad lo ttim in .i Bplrtted
nut iiu- kind ol co opt >
fr.

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Thf Vir afblroH
'MABT Al i l' i, i fond
ybody,
i.i.oiii':
a*
TO KNOW HER
WAS TO LOVI
HER AND
TO LOVE
HER WAS
FATAL...
THE FOUR
LIVES THAT ,
TOUCHElJjj^Jt,
HERS WERE*
NtVEP THE
SAME
AGAIN I
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. mi rp wAyn wciuHi
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lot \i i \i i HI ">s PARADI
llnlisl, Si-ns llrrl and l'nhci.l. N,, Kcrl
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II VIM1TS
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HOVP PLATES
MEAT PLATTERS
VaXtCTABLI nisilES
SAtTE BOATS
Invert thtM at out HARDWARE DEPARTMEST
BARBAEX)S CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.
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milk STOUT
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Withdrawals
Exceed Deposits:
In It.G. Post Office
BufcaSM Advocate CatMaaaadaaJ
GEORGETOWN, July 18
I kSTEB GENERAL Mi K I R Kirl
"i..... '-''' raiDMM foe Ihr yi
firt lime since 1940, withdraw., tpouu
'intuited Ihe hravy withdrawals m
Ihj individuals at surplus.-., retained in
.-hi*; higher it
"'.'' i i i id iimaiii m
" '*' : ppl lha ... u
pmatmwut For
llalllefield"
RMiBAnoS ADVtKATt;
,i iiikh:
Th.' It.'por I
iiiiiii.... i infill lor .
19411. .ni.l ljMi....u
*.HHUHB .i.ui.i fMij.ai4.0g
m imi ,
I I
NO ,, H\ 7Mw.
tor I ... .'45.581
......provp. Thaw !oi 1048 were IMS.047.
;l MM *- liars row Ir.-.m $11.344.2" no
I

BCLIZ1
ldH, Um
m poliin
of nvMiinttUi locreaMd fron
S1l.0Ta.ll8 If. $11,317,204.00 In.;
the ledger value loll bran
tlZ.194.99100 to *ll.5*>.82: tHi
"\-r the same period; the lalte;
n due lo the low ruling p. ices oi
bOflfe r that end of iai
pnttan with iB4(i.
Inromi mill Kxpenditure
.
waa S364.020.00 ... which *383.
led interest on
tlU and l- jn increase of
MI.IM.00 on the 1946 figure q|
$310.34900
Expenditure totalled $337.8LM
nt which $236.44000 re mow km
interest credited Depositors in
respect of the yeai 1947. ann
M .430.00 in respect of the year
1946. and 1.302.00 In respect of
the year 1945.
The net operating profit for the
months lot- vear was $26,192.00 after allow-
razee fund', it. '"g for the Don-ttcuamt Item*
itilld u Union Hall and procure of expenditure namely aesjlptoonl
enltiee f(r the workers and stationery for necnuntiiii!
X i. Honduras. machines ($10.821l and
Th<- lotter) is bated on the In respect nf the
.....MIJ" "Jackpot" system '$2.792>
The CH) Com,
inn $3,100 more to make tin i
Mini of $8.0.10 for the job
La Oovarnjor ap-
jiointeci .i COnuoittM to tudv
OBUS (or the Bat-
'provement. The Com-
"' vemeat u
'Id (iiopcr. and also of
the area between the Rovol Bank
and the Swum Bridge,
- Mule Park
The imorovement btglni toon
Union Conetuct*
Lottery-
Dh,do. iktfimm r^MoiMtMi)
m .. ... BBUZE
vim the i.oveininem's permn-
* : erel Work} .
ting
England
Iff Out Jar 223

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uv cat
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i i line i

t hancea sell ui ten cents each
I lie "Jaekpot" is one hundred
Than i~ elea . Four
0Bd prize of $A0.00, and
"frtprbe of $20.00 prizes of persons
>- On each ;.ie paid mi the last $75.00
whining num. the tw
Foratciea
H of forgery were dlz-
durlna the year. Twe
eharged were fined
ach; UK1 perpetrators of
the. f.rfgenf^ have
Of $1 '> .!< \\ ..ii bMli traead The total amount
difli .f lha win,,ui;-, 'nvnived waa I25.m and fha Sour
In ,,\ ibare are ai-.u. dapoaltors have uftarod no Ion.
indred and thro** priSH. the amounts involved hnvmr"
- plinted on per- been made * * and will be sold 0f the Savin*- Bank
: bandlsa in
-.loon-, and drug More*
Extend Una Of B.G. Logs
Lneteonlt Council* Reach Peak
ANTICIA '
: * r itati
Mdervd tin ivpon of tlie Cooau
tuUonol Refofm Committee [id
lha i- i-
captod ihi :ill i,, m
i.. rorommaoda-
mmlttae
Uard Baldwin had a .
^: the O
... i' *!ui O* na
to the hi., i Uma which has
i lapsed line* um.' dUcuMtopa
i ( lives of ihe
' Council
of Antign.i ind
on the 31st July, it has not baan
Baatataiy of
State full] nail UM and reatti
d.iisioii' on ihe point' I
,',,.. Co in
i. I Ii
In the clreunWancai and so a-
t.. anabla iheao mattan to be
atvan the iniiest con
'he Secretary of State has pro
iiosed thnl the lives of the three
ential Councils of Antigua.
St Kit-: " Montsflrra*
hould be extended until the 3is-
October. 1931
It is confidently aoUcipatad,
hoviavcr, that it arHl be poai Ma
in the point'
iTivolvc-l welt in adv.i'n ' of th>
new date of expiry of r .
Of the Counril"!
POUR FRAUDS
I
GEORGETOWN.
Tha Police are Inveatigaui
lour rep irt1! of fraud involvini:
nutted on
i vrrnnieni Department',
and two business places.
At the General Post Office I
Kampa whlh were
rroffl circulation some
j-uddenly appeared
i rupioyee* of the G.PO.
have had their homes .....bad
nrl manv others have i>een quca-
'toned.
At the Transport and Harbour
IVpartmenl a Clerk has been in-
. from duty while polic-
vestigntions continue Inio alleg-
,on of defalcations
Sandbach Parker Co
. robbed of $1,600 when
n ceouni said to
ior graarthaari nippUad Pio
Rulmveld. The ca*lier said Ihe
..uutii was tendered on June 2"
id a cheque drawn up and
. .mded over to a young Ea't
,dian man. On that day the
as cashed at a Bank, bu'
'tie fraud war only discovered laci
..ii laj
The other report concern* tin'
. Co.. Ltd.
( Canvasser is *aid to have
lad over
mien had been collected
reml
jitost- have so fr been
In 11*4!" i' i tht Ant time in 'he
British Quiana nKfuc-
tion of logs i sawn lumber irum
exeewled three
PI
. pi- cent on ii-*.
'
. Til. '',,,l
the i.uiK ol '
nuctlon v...1 gbrorbed b> the local
, .,k. .'."I '->!<>;. the Conscr-
..,.,., ul Forests, in hi -eport to
the Oovernot 'There were, mou-
. .....- thai UM major local
,e<|Uirements for timber were
Then- was a contlnuad
; luction '
t n.iK-i otkei thai grarohaart, inua
rontlnuuig ih.- trand ol fcna Pa
I theie was some
of the more
hardwood*
Ueeliiu-
Ttirre i"' daclina
due largr-
1 to the partial conversion of the
ii p p I y
,,i Thara was.
raaae m enarcoal
pioUuctioe partly owing t.. |n-
i ui exporu. Prod...
I Lome In-
lha decontrol
i 4J million.
. : I,.data gum weak-
..wbat during the yeai
..nd the ilaari) P**C* increase,
which bM ' PP-ieiil for the
\'.ir' was not main-
|i d Piodurtion dropped by-18
.:.' b t&H ..newhat un-
predictable market
British Guiana'^ total forest
.-stimated to amount to
-0.000 square miles or 84 per cent
< British Guiana's land area, and
. fth (,f the total lies in the
near interior The other fo'-ir-
m: illy " '-ssible for
hulk timber transportation and
i.n b' developed at present oni>
'or balala gum and other minor
forest product' and fo, purely
local domestic timber require-
It behoved thit (he neer
n.terior forest* are capable of
providing for ail possible expan-
ion if the timber indiiMry wlth-
. r--vt 2'j year*
The Conservator's Report gives
foil detail* of the Colony's expon
trade for 1949. i is noted UuM
tm ol -nppiying the i; s
Market with round piling and the
European market with hew n
square piUnjl iv catlfUlf much
c.-ncern. The lot s.rr specified
loi these markets are obtained
irom lire classes which anj very
(j..riiiglv represented in the over-
mature natui i' i i It >
equally difficult both from Ue
par forest
management and ocot omu cxploi-
: :mi to supplv a prepondaraoca
ci Vhcsp sires and the need for
expanding the sawn rnaikei lot
becoming ftcraaa*

T.B. WARD
OF 100 BEDS
i ICORGBTOWN. July 18
Sir Chrle> WOOaW), Ki IfuG
told the annual Public Mcctuig ol
the B.C. Society for tha Pravan-
l;.,i. ,,1, IraatBMBl Of Tubercu-
lous on Sunday that work will
begin shortly on a new ward to
.itvommodate 100 beds at the BeM
BanatQrimn The initial i
tha new ward will l>e approxi-
mately $150,000
Tlie G it .. v .ii. -
nienl have ubvady advertised for
a special Medical Officer, trained
in TH work, who will assist Dr.
II. P. Fernander
Dr. Fernandes drew attention to
the fact that "tuberculosis is last
becoming ihe major couunimiua-
pi olem In British
Guiana Indeed, the success of
the anil-malarial canipautn has
nov raited II to ujidlsputad lead-
ersiup it || not uliinnl la ravaal
that tha w i.t.:n l.iit ..f sufferers
-.eekniu 1" gam adum.Moii lw (he
....tiuni, .(t.Hxl at 332 at
the end of 1949 as compared wilh
158 In 1946 '
Dr. Fernar.de said that the In-
. .-:.> ol
rely I ii.. i.
I. i in ..j t of nan .>
Good Fmclice
Cnawnantlag on lha praziondar-
. of .iinoriaiv tuberculoaui in
tlie diagnosis of cases gatn at Uic
CUnlO if Georgetown during 1949,
the doctor &aid that the local cus-
tom of bolUna oil milk btfort poo-
guxaptton was a very good thing
He said that bovine tuberculosis
was a great problem in Knglumi
..nu leiil-lation was being enforceil
:.. in.ik>' -tenli/ation o( milk com-
pulsory.
Tin- Bail Sanatorium with c-
ii.ii for 164 patients
.' full capacity all year
round Total number of 334
patient! were treated during the
year, 102 MMrc dikdiargcd. 75
died 39 of them within three
months from advanced die;i-r
.1..:. i.r.iith of stay for
both sexes w 39S days
In 1949 the Sanatorium carried
ii oparatloni which com-
pared favourably with any Sana-
torium in England with similar
staff At the Best everv con-
Catvabla modem drug is being
used. Including sulphatioxone and
streptomicln The doctor pointed
out that more modern drugs are
used in 11 G than in England
Listing improvements carried
on at the Sanatorium. Dr. Fenian-
cos mentioned a recreation
building, a sputum sterilization
plant, new water storage tank,
cipable of holding thousands of
.....m costing
* 15.000. new X-ray processing
plant and refrigeration plant
The Wards have all been re-
painted and a new ambuUmce
provided. There were adequate
X-rays, and any patient who went
to the clinic was automatically
X-rayed
Vestry Want Report On
Houses In Christ Church
THK CHRIST CHUKCH VESTRY voU
day lor the purport' ui t'liiplnynii; people* lo nuki
Of tlie chattel houses In that pjinsl: .m-t to repoff Oil then
condition
This was after they considered .1 U tut from the Colonial
Secretary and a report from Mr. J S Dash. Ch,u:maii ol
tha Hun team- RgdM CommitUv. in conDKtion with the
taking of precautionary methoal In case of a hurrtettiw
Cholera
Grounds For
Playing Field
Imported
Ja/t(i/icsc
Textiles
I HI. quantity, kind and .aloe of
leatiii iported into
the Brttlal ' i' Indudtng
I /in IWinud.i but ex-
.; utlni itntiNh Quiana, In 1947.
i-aa and I84t ... 1. quoted b) Mi
.1 .1 iffltha in the Houai I
II ..11- last -nk lt- fottowa
I -IMI
M: i'.o.h's ranort an t
attention of tha vestry tha uraant
need for prompt
. i| Infnrmallnrj on rural houalnj
It .... sugge*ted In tins icpoit
ton of that
mm I to col-
lect data including the uaUira of "'" '"''
the ha .....1 '.: T.>lal
The law governing ei^oloni ** tanefl rorniition r. would
grounds would ftn\ have to Im- provide the dam.... 1 sj 1.
' 1 mded hM Ih* DOVtl gTOMtHl *f ----------
of Cnrltt Church lo become ,J,L111 >
P aymg li.-Ul. Mr Fred Uoddaid. Iiurn. u
I P tOto til,- Ctuial Church The repoil BlU
Vestry ye*u-idu> Hall Ihe viiirv pproaeti tha Qov- Trtii
in reeoinineruimg ;i piece of anuneni tot covar thl
land at Serjeant's Village whlcli BJCptndlturt which WOUld I
Wm* an ideal s|u for providing caused b) lilt PXtra dutUt Ol Ih.
another pla>mg Held Ux- the par- llUttk
bn, he made u motion, which wai
- ..nied unanimously, thai tha IMra* i:\|ieiisrs
VMti> appoint a committee to ,, ., ..
1 VI 1, i^tiinates foi the pit- Ml K.....
paralion of tha rtte at Bgrieant' "'"' M "'"'" "'* '" **' l!"-
Village ns 0 plnvmg Held Oovarninent iteuld dafra)
The Vestry was discussing ;, l'lls''- burrlcani would
I .11..H I
< sauu a. V4- vaiw
r ill
Jan.aMB r.ssA.> 1 111111
4J* I.IU
,.,,..,
i 1.1.van*
S. I..,,,.. I
ii.7vt.sus smise
)<

in. led
vest 1.
jvport from the estimate co~m- Island praad and in,t
mittw 1,. the cost of converting > *iy particular parist.
the cholara ground of the parish " >igK',slcd that U
into a playing Held. The land write the Government
was about four acres lhem Mr 1 b
Mr. Ooddnnl 'j.id that owing Mr. Waid said UuM Ihe mattet
lo the number of cholera grounds v,. of vital importance in Ihe poor
and the population of the island, pi 10M of the pariah. The inspec-
he was of tru' opinion that ihe tori ihould be made lo make a
cholera grounds of the island tabulated f the houses
* VU. r
(. Inwards Governor
\Iay Gel More Moilev
Ii... .,! .. MMSSsa 1 i.i.-.,.,,.i
ANTIGUA
Ui AnUguo today Ihe lvgisui-
live Council will diaeiuis increas-
ing Ihe Gm-ernor's duty allow-
ance from $2,840 to $4,800 with
effect from January 1st. 1950.
The Governor'* Motor car allow-
ance is lo he increase.! from $480
to $720 fmm January i*t. 1951
Subsistence allowance when tin
is absent from Head-
quarters on duty is to be increas-
ed from $15 18 per day to $20 1C
per day i-ord Baldwin hod
complained that $15 10 was in-
adequate
The Acting Governs
istering the Government of th
eolony in the absence of tha 1. .
inor raoatva his normal salarv
phis $240 per month only in ad
dllion to duty gllowKioi
lull ciiangrs this, providing in-
stead that the Acting Governor
receive half the salary of Gov-
KBOI and half Qw
stanlivf post together with dutv
Id lie used. The mailer
converting the cholera grounds
Into a playing field would have
10 be liostponed until the law was
taken out of the statute book.
In recommending the new site
at Sarjcant's Village, he aid thai
he was niie of a committee who
thought the site a very suitable
one for a playing field
2Vj Acrea
It Mai al.out ."'0 yardi; from a
mi.....oad whiie water could be
easily got. The piece of land was
about 2\ acres.
He was told that u nearby road.
widen a, a water course, would
throw its water on the held.
That could In- easily got over If
a guard wall wore built around
the Held
The piece of lund fomu 11/
grew canes and il was then itn.w-
ing sour grass With thorough
preparation, it would be soon in
,1 (it condition ., .. playing field
The owner of the land oral DOt
loo kaen >' saUlnj it hut be-
cause the need of a playing Hold
111 the parish waj, so greet, b
had derided to sell
Speaking on .1 CJLtsazaaB ratal 1
about the Government maintain-
.ng the playing field, he said ihai
ihe idea of the Government wai
thai playing fields ware solf>
supporting._________________________
in their rcapactive dittrietg .mil ^n(
visit them yeai
The chairman reminded Ihe PsIsm
vaan. ">- after the hurrh inc ol
\nv,t. paopia pat mom 1 for blown
... -.- which they ucvet
haj Ottm lain
': lhan tut wan entltU
to
1
.mi Ceaw
vr Dgsnrion eld Lh|
try should ask Ihe sanitary board
to inatrud their stair t.. bagui work
imiiiediatelv and be hoped Ihe
vestry would Me their way to pay TrinVj|5"*
the money Tlio mattei wi ut-
ent because no-one knew when
hiiimBUM will visil thl
In the meantime, they could ap- To>i
proach Government (m the grant
of 250 -1 -t... 1...
w
neither |O0d "'" '
I
...
qai .'I Ihe parna
n
.
..,'. bi
nt thgq .'i re>l)
.1 comfbi table heigh' I was
I Mil I ! .
et thorn*1 '
the) did Certaiah A
iok an I Simon
.. .11 above Ov t>
The tcgun >' < raand
11 1 .
<.
II
Went liulte*. Goddard i*'apt t.l
Rae Btollmeyei Worr.1 We. ki '
Waleott, Ooniez, ( 1
\ il<
The Start
Kffiajand dmppwd Hul
(.Junblrtt. both of whom s.n. mi-
ll Motion was I1.1M1. tioublei
With the lumbago win. hi
.He. ting him wrouaboul the I
1 .in.-ii. anil Ciimhlett a i!>i 11..
110111 11 U11I on Hie b of the
ash Yidie> brousthi in tha
! iat nunute $!* ted J Don 1
i.imbndgi' ami MlddU efl
h.HI-led liatMllUl.....'I lei
i .ii Goddai' 1
.it. .i ;. .
ida ha* m recovered
.....Il* bun U) pUU
VardW) won Uw lo and elected
lo imi sending U
H hi......k lo 1..... iin n
15.00H gpactatori wati he
. Won ell open tin
hi lha West Indies r.
bafgsn 1 tii m.iuiehs. .1 1
1 Ra4i llffe I ui ind Worrell
i ..in tin- Pavilion end
Simp in opened Knaland'i
ore with .1 quiet nrq U ufl John*
dauvery hi I nd
.ivn Next ball a loud aiiponl by
.'nil Ihr out.....dip held
.1 Itch behind the wicket
v..unst Washhrook we disallowed
i.y umpire ileiimt Johnson waa
using an orthodox attacking fast
'. lei " Held, four Khpp anil
Goddard nl shoi 1 n.ul-wickol
Worrell employed iwo I
" '
square leg. The We-1 Lodaw d
I t blOM early in tr -
six Pins had hnm .....I ilM kl
. ivth ovei "f the day, W.....uM
teurtd iiie eiige of w.i hi.....
ge the Ijuicaahiie man went lo
on linn lo log. and Sli Unwyi
0181 leg slips held the boll flrmlv
LB put one man baafe in Ihe
r.ivihon with the oorabuaid rood
ma om.no.i-i> o 1 :i
I'atkhouse --me in ami Ihe bal--
ii.f, ,1 niggled along with the Weal
Indian on then toes 11 was not
mi; befoie thev wen- -eparaleil
Simpson moved Into hu WKluM 10
IW from Johnson going In Ihe leg
side, touched it wlUi lh<
1,1 hat ami eave Wakotl ..
< onitortable waul high catch
-mnding back
Thiv was a bad slarl foi fvigland
tot only 18 rune wen- on the ecora
hoard of which Simpson had made
1 .in Bath open*
and
oilll-
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W..... 1 atch at
1

high and 1 J

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nth an ut > '
..I bin
Trae.dv

I
the orthodi 1 1
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eon tribute enyUdtuj lo lha pool,
end .< pob
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$5,500 Wanted Police look tor
For Refuse Dynamite Clue*
Collector
The Weather
Sun Kises: 1.39 a.m.
Sun Heto: 6.28 pa,
Meon I Pint Quarter 1 '>. VESTKRDAV
Kalnfsil: ifodrinztoni N
hu.
Tetal for Uuiilh Ui Venter-
day: IHI in*
Temaeraturr iMax) g$.(fl'.
Temprrsturr Mm. IS.e'F.
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itrday to raise a loan of
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Mr McKenxie explain
i:iig work In the Christ
v'hurch parish could B.......
ried out properly wiUiout uddi-
ionul equipment. He made the
motion for the raising of the loei
1 Mi Ward
Pri-ient were Ki-v A 1' M.ini
ville fChairmani Mr S *.T. K-
o Mr C Dl iyb '.I' I B
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Fred Ooddar.l. sf C.P Mr It
St O Ward. Mr C U Brand-
read Mt j w. 1 U ITon A r,
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Palsee carried Dol large scale
dawn raid* on Ih.- villUI
WUUhles an-i Heslo,u but week-
end but have nut U v<>t found anv
< lue aliiul ihree re enl dy^iamile
and explosion*, one at Wilhklos Police
latlon and the 0tO8TI in the Monl-
iH'lier area No dynamite wr
found but a queniitv of fuse wirr
opiier wire and paraffin wax
he lvi.1
which wa
preparing Ho
WEST INDIAN PROBI IMS
AND PROSPECTS
Tltc Timt\ \urt( t ! ihr liniwh t OlotUa Ihe KCOOd I" be 1 I
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Friday. Jul> 21. 193"
\l W S HUMS II it I I AIN
u* i> \\ mi RMPU iioiii k is
ll l|i I i <-in I .S. V
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY after
long delay passed an address approving
the ReUeJ (iwdi Agreement between the
^overnii,' United Kingdom and
the United States. It was passed only after
a searching debate in which members <>f UM
House asked to be satisfied that the liee
entry of good* undei tins agreement would
not dugencrftte Into * pnetloi ol woldtaii
payment of customs dues.
It w.ts perhaps necessary that u.
caution should have been taken as it Is not
impossible that unscrupulous people in this
island, without fully realising the advan-
tage which the agreement brings to the
poor in Barbados, would attempt to get in
dutiable goods free.
There is a tradition bttWOtn Baibadians
in the United Slates and their relatives in
this Island, that they send gifts of clothing
and small portions of tood and toilet goods
at the change of the seasons. One reason
is that ut the end of the season when Ameri-
can fashions change, goou uriitlt-s of cloth-
ing are discarded These STa very service-
able to people in this- island. In other in-
ihildren Who are without patents
or other relatives receive clottim,
would be rather expensive it bought
locally.
In recent tunes, charitable organisations
in New York Have been making bulk gifts
of clothing to similar organisations in this
island. On such occasions the distribution
is accompanied by a ceremony and the
general public know of the gift and of its
distribution.
There is a fear, however, that as relief
packages which are not over 22 pounds in
weight and containing clothing, food, medi-
cal supplies or soap can be sent to indivi-
duals, opportunity might be taken to bring
in articles which are dutiable and so avoid
payment of customs dues. So strong was
this feeling that members expressed the
view that medical supplies in large quanti-
ties and even certain drugs which are
cheaper in New York and controlled in
Barbados might be brought into the island.
The main recommendation which en-
couraged honourable members to pass the
address was that all the other West Indian
colonies had passed similar measures in
reply to the Secretary of State and it would
have appeared strange if Barbados had
refused. In the face of this, the criticisms
were many and strong, and those mi nilx-i-,
of the community who might have bees
minded to reduce this method Of help-
ing needy jieiiple to what has been
described as "a racket", might well ponder
the seriousness of the matter. There will
always be found, people who regard hood-
winking the customs as legitimate prac-
tice, but it is clear now that this practice
carried to any great extent might well deny
people less fortunnte of help which they
deserve.
The Government gave the assurance that
where such practices were detected, there
would be appropriate penalties imposed
Without this help, thousands of Barba-
dians will suffer materially. And it would
be tragic if these were to be denied such
help merely because of the selfishness of a
few people. The criticisms of the members
of the House should bum; home to mem-
bers of the community who might be con-
cerned in the bringing in of these gifts, a
sense of responsibility which comes with
this privilege.
At present it is impossible to obtain from
the United States, because she is a dollar
country, many articles of varying degrees
of usefulness in this island. The only way in
which they can be obtained is through gifts.
To be guutj "i attempting to defraud the
customs and thereby possibly to disrupt
the channel through which thousands of
people Meve received assistance would be
a great disservice to i he people of Barbados.
Olll HKV1IKHS SAY:
British film titH/i-r In HitrlMithi*
The Editor, The Adroroia
S1H i OUt-
fcide tin- British Empire and ii Deptndencji of
Hollywood. Our cinema moguli "> Barbados never
Import-n British Molmn ... Swi*s lilm although.
nuay Such Ainu win prisei In International "im
contests ami are reported on enthutlaitlcelly In tin*
USA Tim* new* magazine
Here |M the UUM of OUUtandlns Olmj "r British
oriKin not yet *een in Barbados Cannot Govern-
ment use H ' a to have them ihown, hen to
popular audience* in Ihe commercial cinemas?
Ilamlel. The \Yin-l H . i m.-, ldtl Hlae
LuiM, Pawpurl to I'imliro. The third Mm. The
Hasty Heart. Mr. Poll*. A The Small Baeh Room. Rod Shoo*.
To EtaUan fllmi, Shoe Shim- .ml Open ( lly
mad* Heal rcbululn-T .u
Letter To 3 Hive*. The spider A The Ph. The
Happiest Dan or loin I,hV. Srerei i Mill*.
Cant Ihe Bi lie in Onema
Proprietors and lo < iHural SocleUn htm the
nwines of outstanding British nine, .iitil gi*( the
Press to co-opt rat tor their n nibttk i
in Barbados and giv . pubU
prestige'.'
BARBARA S1IAHP
Punishnunl \nihtl
To the Editor, The Ail
MRj' Can'l done about a
childrtn RWtilni tht
Only in i pass* ml
died lit Uu <;: 1' .
Molher- .should be | i .
neglectif ii.. their children, whj not
put them in u Day Nursei n Mime?
lot on Barbados,
and'fill me with horror tin
cent ptbffl
LONDON, July 14.
The war in Korea has put an
immense burden on Ernest Bavin-
.King men are no longer
o wnndent about the outcome of
the Unite! Nations' resistance to
Communist aggression. They can
bm that the war In Korea could.
within a few weeks, embroil the
whole world. Undojbtedly, the
orces under General MacArtbur's
| BUHt win in the end
They have to; because on them
depends the prestige of the United
States. Bui ran the Soviet Union
be expected to stand aside If
- come. In strength,
within striking range of the
Soviet Far E**ern base port.
Vladivostok? According to one
than are just two weeks
n which the Big P. wers have
ime to negotiate a way of IsoUt-
-I gttM Wftf ill Korra And the ne-
gotiations depend on BrUalfl wl
:.ve made for ourselves a special
llflilsjIiT in the affairs
f the Far East We did that
t-liberately We recognised
..mmunist China for the sake ol
.''.' t '''
.nd we are committed by Mini-
,-rial sUtements \ wishing Com-
mmst China a place n the
-ccurily Council
But where is Ernie Bcvin in
thai crucial two weeks? This
morning he got up from his bed
ir. the London Clinic, for the first
time, to come to Downing Street
'iistrmlla. In Uie aftesnoon. he
.- nt back t.i bod. and tomorrow
will leave the CUttlc -">d go to
South Coast for a convales-
. tg holiday. The foreign OflUv
| unxious to assure all enquired
| ,i Bcvin will be "in constant
,ich" and that paper* will be
. nl down to his country retreat.
I it I am sure that there will
1 a big storm about tin- before
arfl are done. For several week*
liow Mr Bevin'* "Number 2"
Kenneth Vounger has been
t-Kveiling backwards ami for-
u.irds from Cabinet room to
( hnic relaying his master's voice,
(vrtainly, his Cabinet colleagues
;d even his political opponerj'..
do not want to trundle Mr. Bevln
oil the political scene unfairly
V Hevin wants to stay Foreign
S. cretary Undoubtedly, too. Mr.
Attle*. w-uld be hard put lo l\pd
i. Foreign SecreUry to take over
Ul rein* of office at this respon-
nole moment It is worth recall-
in: the widespread anger and
irtitatlon of Britain when, in the
Spring of 13. Sir (then Mr)
William Strang. then I man un-
known, was sent lo Moscow to
:.,(, Anglo-Soviet accord to
l,..lt Hitler Now. again. Britain
Leeds a Foreign Minister to give
Ji.rco to our representation Ii.
the same capUal. And 'he peace
( 'h" world demand* ihat Brit-
. m should have a Forcigr. Min-
[f Mr.
Attlee's Go\*emmerst cannot find
a man fit to be Foreign Minister
in a en**-, ihen IhU emergency
is so great that Mr AttUte will
havg to throw in his hand and
see if another party cannot tlnd
a Foreign Minister
Britain in I>oubl and
Confusion
The man on the bus has cer-
tainly lost his first fine flush of
enthusiasm, and the sense of re-
covered morale, that came with
the announcement that U N
would stand against aggression
It. fact, pub'.c opinion is uncom-
fortable "r.ri dssatlsiled It would
bo betta* il British forces were
heavily engaged in Korea from
the point ot view of what we
fe-1 about it. Thla week w
have learned from the Minister
of Defence that even ha tat not
happy at the state of British pre-
parediMSU. In a way this has
Lecn better received than would
have a cheery '' -**te-
ment. "Manny"
uunng the last war as one of
the unyielding; labour Left he
has been praised in some Quarters
when he has never been before, tor
this realistic adnuvuon that British
force* nretchad all the way from
Scotland to Tokyo via Malaya
Hong Kong hsve not great
trcngth In reserve. What Is to
l#e done to build up Use Army
.-..id Navy and Air Force' One
ii.swrr ram* from the British
Min.atcr m Parts--a professional
diplomat who told a press
lunrheoti that British social
ssattld have lo be cut to
Hnd money or defence Already
the storm is rising on that out-
spoken statement The Foreign
Secretary is to be asked why a
policy statement was made by
a Civil Servant The approach
to the problem that would be
much more popular with Social-
ists is to scrap conscription
even at this late hour and re-
build the regulars, who now have
to train conscript*, into potential
lighting division* Some military
experts agree with this, others
say it is Impractical and theoreti-
cal Certainly the large numbers
ot conscripts under training are a
burden to the regular army and
a drain on the budget Without
inside knowledge it is impossible
to say for certain but it would
seem that British defence is plan-
ned to reach strength in 1953
Could strength be built U|
by different methods? Winston
Churchill has been demanding a
ecret session of Parliament lo
discuss the defence problem. The
QoverafMDt has, *o far. resisted
his appeal. Secret session*, with
important revelation* to ell M.P's.
might indeed be dangerous in
peace lime During Ihf war,
tyltij eengorahlp and security pre-
i '/in 'in i
limited nscfulne'- Id
ge*t that any M P would give
away information learned in a
i '
BBI i is said.
gTCNUMl of
urtemanta
And there are a good many M.P -
to avoid discussing in print, indl-
itctty. um '--
led in secret session.
Conservatives have appealed.
also, to Mr Attlce for a 1<
want .. broadcast speech to stir
ry lo the urge-
situation Again. Mr V
(lined Tl 'be same
capacity a* Mi Churchill for
rousing speeches He ha- I talei.i
for broadcast six'-king. but strict-
ly when he turns his efforts to I
paritcular problem or a particular
group of people Pro!...
Attlce Is unwilling to f
microphone because he does not
want lo stir ui too many sensa-
tions of war. Settlement, with-
aut appeasement, is the Govern-
m e n C s aim Emotions are
dangerously blinding when the
nation has to steer along very
psjrllnu*: road.
Make It Pay
i-. i'.i ra a meJor natt
way system In the world that
makes a profit? 1 im.-.
Soviet railways rto not have to
bother and that some American
railways get bast chiefly because
the Cintert Bl "' P ' **
makes a Ufa ihrougj
high tall carriage rate i M
railway* But the British rail-
\> being
pnce.1 out of the market In
m have
changed from being a condition
of intolerable \er.n>wding lo a
-late of bankrupting emptlnassj
lalised railway
system finds Itself losing money
it h** BO more imagination than
to suggest putting the charges up.
As I look at the esUTMgSM in I
main line Irain with twenty
..: i I., i
rlage for sixty and four first-
class passengers in a carriage for
forty I wonder what would hap-
pen if the price of tickets were
brought down to too
level, or nearly The trains now
have to run ave i without enough
to paj for the coal.
-.
clear tain P UflM
British Ralhvas ; the bold
step devaluation is the thing.
and let us have cheap day trips
that are cheap and return fare*
to Scotland for under * Of
course, it is not a Labour Gov-
ernment that nationaii i
Royal Mails in .840 and put thi
...... Of a letter to anywhere
.vitliiii the country at Id.
fantastic chai.'
certain ruin to the Post Office
ions And W.I. IV iFibm Oar I ...ia.n i itr-M'S**'
LONDON, July 14.
The following references wer.'
made to Caribbean Federation in
the Colonial Affairs Debate In ttu
House ol Commons on Tuesd-'iy.
11th July
Mr. James Griffith-,. Colonial
Secretary 'In the West Indies, a
major event was the publication
last March of the repot t of the
Standing Closer Association Com-
mittee, with its thoughtful pro-
posals for a federation of the
British West Indian Territories.
H. Man Ut.vei nmeiit have
commended this admirable report
to the serious study of the West
Indian peoples, -nd I wait with
great interest the out-come of |hg
discussion which, I un.terst-mii
will shortly lake place on the re-
port In all the West Indian Legis-
latures. One, that in Grenada, ha*.
already voted in favour ol federa-
tion It is for the West Indian
peoples to decide whetlui Hid
when they wish to proceed alotik
the road recoinmeinicd by the
tmlttce The Committee sup-
ported Mention aa Las beat
means of achieving self-g..vern-
it within Ihe Commonweal-,h
(01 the We Indies, and It is our
degfrS ti> help the people of the
West Indies in ever, possible way
wards that goal."
Mr Anthony Eden (Warwick
and Lasantnajon): if the
I ,.,, i, I the West Indies can show
..itne ilctci iniiiatinn in dealing
with their polituul and ecoiionii '
affair- ..- Ihe Sugar IVIegation
,. tl,,n recent negotia-
tions it augurs ptettv well for
then tUtuTf.
The document which was |Hib-
i I ,.i ,iv thli rear on the sub-
ject of Mention Mrmad io us to
be a sutesmanlikf one. and I
believe there will be general
agreement that federation is the
most attractive course open to the
West Indies. The day of small
units is passing everywhere They
cannot hope to achieve, either in
the political Qeld. as small and
separate colonies ihe same success
as they should be able to achieve
as ii single entity. For example, one
voice speiiking for tie West Indies
on the sugar issue showed what
can be done. Federation Is bound
to demand some sacrifice. 1 am
glad to notice that the larger
colonies seem to be prepared to
accept that for ihe sake of the
wenkcr units
At this moment the report Is to
be discussed by each of the local
legislatures, and there we must
leave it While eMiicssing the hope
that a measure of agreement will
be reached, we muM bo careful
the same time not lo give the im-
pression that federalion is being
Imposed from Whitehall We must
lei them move themselves toward.
it. It will not solve some of their
problems, and it will not meet the
fundamental economic problems,
but It will make it much easier for
them to bo handled If we press
it on them loo hard, some of the
colonies who think more easily in
terms of London than the nelgh-
tmuring i'lands will he turned
away, and it will take some tlm
to reach Anal agreement on the
matter''
Mr Dodds-Parker (BanBury):
"I be'lev* it will be in their ocfi-
tinued Interest for five or six
large giwutags (ic British we*
Ui be (tonloped m 'he
world each undl
governor-general who would
carrj out some or the functions of
the Secretary of Statewho
would al... ret iltimately
resi>onsible closer to the sphere
of a.turn in which pollc* decisions
hen- in Westminster would be put
into effect."
Mr. Lennox-Itov,) (Mid-Bed
fr.rdshirei: Federation Is obvious
ly "the eventunl solution of one
aspect of the prob'em of the Carib-
bean, but as- has been pointed out
from both sides of the Committee
the impetus must now come from
i) < Qmonlfl themselves. We can-
not forget that to many nf then'
the United Kingdom is nearer ir
..pint than the other Colonies In
t' Caribbean, and perhaps i
not rc-ahscd that it is about 1.000
mile- from Jamnica to Trinidad
Trinidad Is suggested as the
capitnl of the new federation, and
not the least of the difficulties In-
volved is that a large number of
people, who up to now had given
good local service in the govern-
ment of their own territories.
would find it quite impossible to
travol distance* ol that kind
The-., things have got to be
weighed m the balance.
Nonetheless, there are dangers
ahead if there Is not federation.
and If some nations there achieve
Hlmost complete iidepondcnce
within the Empire before federa-
tion has been accompMs'cd. I feel
that this great problem is right
i utside party poUttce, and any
action taken by the Government
to smooth He v.ay for a free
decision by the Colonies them-
veives will have the fullest support
of His Majesty's Opposition"
American Fighter* )*' ii Good Job
KOREAN FIGHTING
AFFECTS ECONOMY F
Hv I Im inlorr Kn%lH
NEW YORK
ANOTHER drastic decline in the stink
market, reflectinj" widespread concern thi:
the turn of events in the Korean liiihtmii
portends a return to a wartime economy in
UN United State*, was the dominating de-
velopment aflectlng American business in
he week just past.
Unlike the (irst spectacuhu price break
which followed the ii'ini news ol actual con-
ilict in iht Far East, however, the tollH fl
his past week took a more selective turn.
Slocks which were expected to be adversely
r.ffected by war controls, or excess profits
-axes, were weakest They included chemi-
cals motors, televisions and utilities.
On the other hand, issues which traders
belie veil would be least affected by such
moves, or would have products greatly In
demand under war or preparedness condi-
tions, turned in an above average perform-
saoe. They included such groups as railroads,
steels, aircrafts, sugars and textilts.
Many Wall Street analysts are cautioning
investors nut to be carried away by the
current pessimism. They argue that the
butilsOfS outlook over the balance ol the year
has not deteriorated, and lhat if anything,
both civilian business and defense business
will Increase. Thus, there is said lo be no
r.*ed to revise downward mt>st estimates of
per share earnings for 1950
It is also the contention of these Oboervera
that despite present uncertainties common
Stocks, over the long run, are almost certain
to prove the minor of the two alternative
evils. These alternatives are ownership of
cash, or high-grade fixed income bearing
securities, neither of which offer any pro-
le ction against inflation which is termed the
Inevitable by-product of war financing.
Meantime, news from major industrial
fionts continued to make generally favour-
able reading.
Steel production rebounded three and four-
tenths points to 96 percent of capacity this
past week. Only the fact that some steel
plants are still on a vacation schedule pre-
vented a recovery to the full capacity rate
in effect before the Independence Dav hoi
day.
Automobile manufacturers this past week
made up most of the holiday curtailment,
with output totalling IB4.839 vehic'.es. con-
susting of 156,491 passenger cars and '^li.J4K
trucks. The previous week, production had
fallen to 126.756 vehicles, made up of 107.040
paaasnger cars and 19,716 trucks. The all-time
record weekly output was set last month at
199,111 units.
Nationwide electric power output in the
Week ended July 8th made its poorest cum-
p.irative showing with a year ago in some
lime. Production in that period topped the
comparable week nf 1949 by eight percent, ns
against a gain of thirteen percent in the pie-
ceding week
Freight traffic in the week ended July 8th
was adversely affected by the switchmen's
strike on five western railroads and the coal
miners' vacation. This reduced car loadings in
that period to 553,876 cars, a drop of seven
percent below the comparable week last year
and 26 per cent below two years ago.
Department store sales around the country
in the week ended July 8 were seven percent
above a year ago. However, due'to the fact
that stores in some areas were closed on
Monday. July \ in addition to Independence
Day. the comparisons with 1949 were dis-
torted in many sections. For example. San
Francisco district sales topped a year ago by
eighteen percent, but Boston district sales
were down eleven percent and New York
City sales were ten percent below 1949.
Nationwide business failures in the holiday-
shortened week ended July 6 declined to the
lowest level of any week tin*, year at \'.iS
This compared with 156 the week before and
with 15:i in the comparable week of 1949.
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,.l lighting infii M' making thr tl> .'Jst i-uaM, and oti .. i.nl*..
most of it. In*' run from Vladivostok 10
American ;iir power is destroy- Wosan along a coastal plain and
ID i vital link In Russia's earc- than cuts back northwest through
fn h tU-velop-sl Far Eastern mountains to Yalu BH .o:nim.imaUom network as a Pyongyang, the capital of torn-
b% product of the plane strikes munist North Korea, which Ue
the communist North south of this railway, got mile
sforatOI Rus>ian conatruction help.
The immediate objectives of American military men are fiUK
the air war are: i-ogniiant that every bridge, rail-
1 Hreak down enemy supply way and port facility destroyed in
lines between North Korea ami North Korea is a long range
tht balllefront. attack on the Russian war poten-
2 Seal off North Korea as much tial lo this corner of Asia a
,.s possible to hamper movement corner the Communists are now
Of ri'inforccmenU and suppllc striving to make all their own.
from the Korean Red.. Russian The ^ ^ ( ..Kcy NottU
Korean miliUry target" by nearly
Hut beyond that the AjnorlcOli
an mm are destroying rail and
ju-a conimiinicilLons which link
Vladivostok to the Yn!u River
railway bridge at Anlung and UM
Chinese eastern raOwa)
(<> nail-en. Mukden and all China
Major General Emmett
(Rotttl O'lJonnell's B-'s appar-
ently was only a foretaste of what
Is to come.
U Oen Oearea E Stratemeyer
has said his Far Eastern Air Force
im Kilos O'DoiineU':
,.,h.
i North Korea
The HusaiMOi have developed ..mtfdium bombers." la going
inunicatinn* link consld- ,ie,irov everything of miliUr>
erably since thalr nine day cam-
; .. .: .i.'.iitr.l .laDU tD 'I''' I 1"ting
phase of World War II gave them
the northern half of Korea
Intelligence reports disclose
th-t nil Russian construction and
aid given to the North Ki
BlBOt the Ybdivostok-Wosai.
AntUTIS rnilroad is the quickest
n ula MtWOtn tht Siberian sea-
coait and Manchuria the blows
t target* of milltar*
has centred on Wosan. a port on to the North Korean regime i
like**, i '
HiIt'"
General Douglas MucArlhur's
COrnmunlquea have revealed that
repented ntnkea bavg U-en made
Sainal Wosan. built by the Jap-
tlMoi dUTtng their occupation of
trj mto Korea'i biggest
northeast port
The Russians expanded thi. port
!< take large cargoes from ships
making the hort run from Vladi-
vostok This cargo has been trans-
ferred to train* fa Manctaurla to
atisonon1 throusb tram shipments
atofc
The tram or train-ship rout,
from Vladivostok to Deuen and
Mukden it ii shortcut Hminatlng
0) HKUnfl shipping
through narrow Tsushima Straits
Korea and Japana
tsntsn-woy that could be sealed
tight by Anortcan air and naval
might In wmtime.
American military men have
long held the strategic c/bCtpl th;
the fl ' irulnorobult) In
U .- ! | Npply hne slill
i re on the
s. :, Railroad.
A'r Force officer* Iwlieve that
If war comoi with Rueala their
job iii bt I i cut nipply lines
K. rean (Ightjng is a
DKlUdO to bigger wax, they have
von a chance to get a head
Uttasj the heart out of

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EVERY
SMOKERS
CHOICE!!
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variety
i'l-MIRs |(. Mil | ll |'k.-
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GOLD FLAKE OtOABETTCSTins M
COUNTRY LIFE tTGAKlTTliS l.ns ;,..
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GRAVEN V < IGARITTF-iTins :.
II Mil;- CUPPER IK. M(l .Til.- Per Ike
PLATERS CLJPPI I: CIGAR I 111- Pei Carton
TRl'MPBTER CIOARETTESPer Pkg.
rill MI'I Tl IE (l(.\i;illl- IVr I ul.xi
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\\XilMU0H4i
BEE IS FOR OIK N1H RANGE or
INTERNATIONAL (N0N CHALKhG)
QUALITY PAINT
LAGUMAT (Klat Oil Paint) in these atti ictlve shades
of PuTe Blue, Pink. {* W
LAGOI.INE (Non Ch.i
In Undl i PL ii
In Ufht s: I. i. .,. [von White :
OranTSroon : Hayfalr Oral Green:
French Ot
AlATMIMl.M PR1MEBS POU WOOD
YELLOW PBIMOCON (Primer for Aluminium)
CEMENT AM) PLASTER PRIMER
DANROI.INE (Anti-corrosive) in Red, Grey, (.ireen
PROPELLOR Light Hod for SI ll '.
llalOSI t & lo, llsl.
Atfeiils
). W. C. A. \#W/
The Edifor. The Advocate
Slit. Allow me to express a few words about
the great need for Social workers whose work con-
sists of elevating and changing up the lives of
those who come to them for aid. Social work should
h, t strictly humanitarian one.
This Islands would be far ahead in lovatioo <.'.
it* women, if a Y.W f A hod been functioning
Hire BBSS' would have an atmosphere ut healthy
th:rikinp and 1 hope, workers whose only rewaid
would be to see hippy face* of young women. We
want our people lo be comfortableto have the
freedom of thought which only UMM '
Bring; t ialO -*' . mrd lor young women or men
wl'n li.iv.- gon > oversens greater rare should be
taken of them, and social work extend far beyond
I.. Mures. ,
We want builder*, not with bricks but with heart*
of td-BApattll and love.
ntlDTD
Shackled Hou*v*
The tditoT, The Adt*ocaf*
SIR. The point rrilsed by the llon'hle Membet
for St Joseph (Mr L fc Smith) Qoncrnin|
Whether Government is iwarS that person* othei
than those engaged in the Sugar laeaetry, ! Il
-M-T.iuce such at is provided l>>' tie
a i Inne Fund is lurels iplend
and should be considered by tho Oovornmcnl nt
the eaiilegt poetiblt tin.e.
A'hen one look around and m i
ee idltion-. of some of the houses in It
m St Miehiiel, it should surely make
l>eing- control the
Although everything cannot be done in a day.
yet with such abomination around, remedies shoulu
be made .1'
L. B CLARKE
W Of ClJDWl
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JKIJ IIS
lilt AMKLI II l.l.l In KoU. S
111 \ihii hi:\m Jiixv J
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M'KKOI \\S\ \ in Tins 5*
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ki raaj
TEAS
* hovcs tip m ;v
Ll PTOR 1 1 x
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m 11 \ 11 \ ;;
( RlltVN IHIISK-. T llavours ^
Ir) .. lioul. ,.1 I *cr old I
Isislil llr.till Hum
GODDARDS f
:ib Tin*. CARU BISC1 n>
SHORT CAKi: MAIII1
DtflUtlTB, QENOEat Nt T.
Ptffff BIIHKI
At 51 M s-er lin
.HUES iii Tins
rOMATO JI1CF.
lb ws am' '.< " -i" I
( ARKOTS in Tins
ill \\- in Tin.
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lii'T-i Im the ( hlldrrn


FRln\V JCLY ?1. 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATF
PAGE FIVE
8,000 Drivers, Found Guilty Of
Conductors rr i
Are Licensed House-Breaking
Passes In
Shorthand
Exam.
Tin:
I'Ul
Nt'MBEK of drivci
conducted. going to the
Traffic Department at the Central
Police Station for licence*, has
1- .. jfl' IT -
uaiat licences and
they arc not kepi a* busy as last
math.
So far 8201 drivers and 20S
conducloi i ii licences
renewed while last rear licence-
red to 9.H13 drivers and
318 conductor*
The 'AdVOCSto" was told vt\-
terda) thai perhap nmm of Imm
rUftef Hf dead
white oCbtn in mil going around
without their llcencei u-mg re-
Sentence To He Paused TohUiy
SENTENCE was POSTPONE!! anUI today in the
can In which X8-year-oid Shirley Franklyn el Wiltshire
Tenantry was found guilty of house-breaking and larceny
at the Court of Grand Session! votciiiav
Tlie rue wa* heard before ArUng Chief Justice Mr Ci I.
TayUr Mr W W Km K C Solicitor General. im-nuitiJ
on behalf r the Crwwn. while Krankl>n was represented h Mr
DHL Waed
a drum. His lather told him
'.".
D ll.ilct.ei :
I iff of bat Mm, s- P
I a the King, l
about 8 IS p.m
In the : I MMd 1| .
aid
School last Match und. |
r Mi C H Ho. R
r'll'S ... -*r J M
H I Stttort, tluis. art)
i
Uruunt Clarke, Patricia A1 lam-
by, Cynthia Hcidlc> ail
1 .itor Miss M. L>uJon>.
I t I ran>, Inn
M Wharton and Gloria P Mayers,
{Htm M K Howell). Montel
i
JdlM H Barrow); Hya-
i Sblvta Maul, Mig-
non Lovell, iMlss A Bkcenci,
\ Bcoit Winifred Lane,
I Pi
, (Min> 1 Clow noi i. Klvina Wor-
'y roll.
Dominica Exports
Bananas To Ireland
Reports Sir George Seel
DOMINICA i* ai p*eaenl enjoying minoi boom in
Oh- -.ii.- oi bananai to inland and ine Continent "I Burope,
Sii George Seel K.C.MG Reed of the Colonial Develop-
ment .. i in the Weal Indiea, told
Advocate
Domini
Glbbs): Doren
Ttic defence pointed out thai
* i n the proa* ut.....
Hid not be urn t the man nrhu
I i iping from Parkn.-
>n Kmit s IioitM- i>ii M.i. -'
newed Mrs. King, wife of Parkuuoa
A KIRK which occurred at King could not have i..... !: ,. about I.3U a.m. on Weones- identified anyone in the pillion towards her. He am wearing a A Howell. (Mi Richards); Grant
day at Simon's, St. Anarew. she was in when she said she white shirt Before the man ratne Young, daatroyed u part of a house be- saw the man escaping She ha-- from the gully she heard a shout, tuto Uaatl I Mitel Oandace
longing to Aaolphus Kellman. The to run over 132 feet to the home Later she heard thai somelmng Bennett, (ftlouni Tab I Bvanli
mage is not covered by insur- and a woman Ol her ilia could had gone wrong in Klnj I .; \ Daftochc
p reached a suitable spot Ta Mr. Ward: She was wait in Ml A !"
to Identify the penon In onwona wi.cn ih< Arlington High School); OuidJ
id her runmng. and was stand- RVW<'- y \*?'x ln" " the spot for about hall
hour When AM man paaaB I
"" not
Neighbours assisted Kellman in for he
putting out the blaze. The huu>-' time
is 16x9x8 feet while the shed- King's son was the
* SLL* .i-le*!i-. who * within a reasonable dis-
|->icuhtm ark stiix riding Unce , ktaoUfi proper!) the
y along tne road without hav- person escaping from the house,
ing any^consideration for pedes- No UI1C wa$ dowr to . mi)l
to trafttc otrence* ,nan he Although he saw man
*to in his father's house he did not
call to Uie man but only shouted
for his father. Any reasonable
did not i.ilk
and Neojnlsed the mi
Shirley Pranklyn
rlth hire
to
t a
AUo Saw Him
i Butcn
recorded yesterday
were charged with riding in
dangerou.-. manner while one was
Cyclc would sliout out his name if r.--
There was one charge against *"?* h,m-
a motorist for not drawing up as rrom the evidence heard it
close as possible to the left and was not aufflcient to satisfy a jury
i>noth.'r for refusing to move a that the man they saw coming
vahteta at the ie<]ue-.t of a Police irom the house wc< Pranklyn.
CoMiaute
IT WAS VEItV HOT m Bridge- Watch and Mil
town yesterday. The temper- On May 28. Shirley Franklyn
fclure at mid-day was 86 degrees broke into the house or Parkl:.-
Fahrenheit in the shade. Many son King at St Philip .ind stole
dark* could be seen walking one gold wrist watch valued at 29 Parkinson King
around the City without their $40, the property ol Mrs King Station and mad
coals and the Traffic Constables This was the only case heard
on point duly were regularly seen for the day and occupied the at-
v-lping the perspiration from their tention of the Court (Or the whol:-
lee* day.
On Wednesday and up to 8 Tne case for the prosecution
o'clock yesterday morning eight wag thil mi lrie nighi of May 2a
inches or rain were recorded in ^^ y^,. shirtey rranklyn brok.-
St Geora.- ar,d two in S Philip ^j ente)1 the housc ol Pnrhln
This was the only rainfall record- Kl wh*n no one WM Bl
Ci FllJI^Si&W under ,he home Franklyn was famUlar
A -~ T&~2&J with the lay of the house and he
auspices of the British Coun- **"
ell. will be ariven at the Y.M.C.A. J."J
tonight nt 8 o"clock This is port *Vn;' ;
of the Pharmac.s Week pro- """.
far stolen
son. Chesterfield Stuart.
_ home. Stuart shoutad
for his father who was nearby
TBEnvAi minw K th* Mo- and the two of them along with
kiu c-tZ.1 i r K. Jr*k *>** step-mother chased Frankly..
will belegnema? $&% iSS whj. * over the guard waU
Plantation yard tonight for the and escaped. _
benefit of residents of the Morgan Shirle> FranKlyn s "
Lewis nrea in St. Andrew. George Franklyn. was with King
\firilILE DIGGING th<- founds- and h^ wife at the time I W"
W tion for a building at Rock- hue and cry but though they
tev, Christ Church, on Wednesday knew that the ll.iel ana Ceor^ie I
Dudley Havnes found a skull The son. they did not tell him then
incident whs reported to the Cor- because another man, .....
ouer who directed that the skull Ilaynes. had come on On
bt re-burled. This was dCAO under and they felt that the matb-i
tl.e supervision of Cpl. Small. might have lieen setlle.1 satisfae-
TWENTV-TIIRKE YEAR-OLP lorily, Franklyn Senior being I
Herbert Green of Gall Hill, (rtend of the family.
Christ Church, died suddenly at his .... n
home on Wedneadav An autopsv Left Home :J
va performed by Dr. E I. Ward Parkinson King, pan boiler an"
and death was attributed to nat- i,<1Uor shop keeper of Marley Vale,
ural cause* SI. Philip, said that on May 26
TT is ONLY | matter of weeks n(. |,.n honw about 6.30 p.
before the New Plaza Theatre went lo hla ^,op which
of East Pom;
. 26 she was going to
Mrs King's shop and saw Franklyn
landing by the window outside
Mrs. Kin*;'* shop He asked her it
she could tell hjii. il Bin Kin :
was going nut She teM Mm that
she did not know but her car area
outside on the pasture
He was wearing a while shut
md had on no hat
Cpl. Herbert who is attached to
District 'C" Station, said on May
ame lo ti
report. It
,botit 3.45 p.m when he came
.ind he went to King's house the
ame afternoon On gOuag Inakte
the house he noticed that there
were toot rnarin on the wtodo*
Arrested
On May 30 Franklyn was arrest-
ed and cautioned, but when asked
if he knew anything about the
atch when mattei he Mid ha knew nothing
'.vening
stdutel; Phyllis Detanay, Gl
I i BgweU, I Mi- I W* I
. thv D.nnel i Mlsa V E Dnrii.li
SPKI1)
Elaine J. Marshall. Elate Mar-
shall WORDS PKR MINt'TF.
Svlvia A Beckles. Mil lain II
Harris, Leonard Baawnoy, I Ml
J. F Hrnthwaitet; Grace Branker.
Enid S Brandford (Evening In-
stitute. Si Michael); Deborah
Gill (Evening Insiitute. St John!
Albeit A 1-vnch. (Self-taughl
Mafguetita Walke. (Miss I
Weekca)
II Ullllf.llX'f.
Broad Street
SIR OKOROI -I I I
lay, .. dav afu>i his return (rum
Sir Gcorgi' <*hv BDaBl WWW
PB, said it was his hr-t
All H wanted to Hg
island's development
were, and) he tnought that Ihev
aere quite r.'-"i on tta
i, taken agamsl thi
"- hteh .'M

Dominica md witai
U'riiitiful mounl.iin KO
i its great
dllficolttea u communlcaUona The
land i^ it pfaaant virtunll) cut
through
md south
wind*
llfflcull indeed
M '
Hiding a tt.m -msul.it road and
numbei of othei roadi it i-
ipad thai will i>e
mptoted in tii nexi tea ve.u-
> undrt
. Colonial lVnlopment and
stare Act .nut Has jthmild
ake quite i dlfferenei te II*
oiiuctivc .-.ip.mt. of 'he islam
here existing roMh ifa ear]
|Od In spite of the difficulties Of
ad construction In the mOUn
Si. L
iicia
l'..l.. .
Waxh Our Roy*'
Flumu'l*
frfsh i
in !
op wr
11U
lie and son
nt Probvn Street will ho opened. 44 Jttrdg od
All the teals arc erected nnd wcrt. ill lhe inou
workmen are busy on the Interior fll nome
THe"ANM-Ai. amm* Me.,-
bout it lie had
on his chin
Asked how he had received lha
wound Franklyn said that he gor
it while he was having some fun
OB Ma] '" l);i aaarchlna him
nothing was found in his posses-
sion.
George Franklyn father of Sim-
ley Franklyn said on May 28
about 8 to 8.IS p.m. he was In
King's shop. After King's son won
to his father's house he heard
shouting coming from the house
King and his wife run up to the
DOUM after they heard the shout-
ing. King's son came out Of Um
house and told them that us hi-
was going lo his bedroom he heard
a noise in the house and saw a
man lumping over the wall.
After hearing this Mm. King
ran around the north side ol the
house and Mr. King the east side
. and u,,th returned to the house and
some Mrs. King "aid she saw tin-
: FtDAV man) Br< i d
8 t reel trim. d e I ,
their show a'UHloWl with n'*"i
rda to Uk West Indk
team This is part or
beniK conducted i>- Unll
Bxpmi Ltd., i> pubuclar "Blnao"
with which the rianiH
West Indies team hav* been
washeil regularly since 'hen n-
riva) in England
During the West Indian
of the United Kingdom
makers of lllnso have
tltemsetvea i aponalble for
regular collecllon. washing a
returning of the are
laundry of tha team
Mr. J. M Kidney wa> so sati
fled with the whole amngerru
and With the <|uahty 4
derinii, that he nai axpn
nls appreciation to ine \\.
Indian Cricket Board of Conn
Citrus Plantation
The Coloiii.il Development Col-
4'lllltll i ration are aamrlng an .
rthetn pan of tha liland
LtU>l!*WUHI rlMMIir the windward
Twonty* > veai old Stenhat v plan to grow bonan
son Lev i
u-fi tha i .\.
i. of Sgi Jai i
the U Veaaal I
b who
i anted bl ti" i-oi
ampuign charge of hOUatbn
rcenj in 81 Lui ia,
on tha
ved
f] July I,
being M
sel
llarlxaii ('
After
.-. --.-........ were car-
led out b> tnapectoi Pranklyn J0 break
' m who Ic attached to tha Harbour
Police nation, U tvai daaoovored
that l.i pad [i,.n.
si Luda on ch or gag of house-
ine.ikinK ana larean) sni .lame-.
bo attached lo tha i i u .
ti
i ici but the into
i- to develop tin- ,nnis production
The Corporation mi
bructini :t i". kln| bed al Roaeau
i in i. i- aaoihoi plan called An-
Pi .... Limited which ii
developing ,in estate .tt Woodford
M peal factor) !*
Ing u lioseau.
Hlallna x" i | ..i,,k ..im,t,i,, services
"ten tha we- to Dublin w praelni
K|orter-, and the
weekb n<; Alrwayi Service
fi"i M .' h.ido-. Ii.! . also done a lot
down lhe isolation of
nil Vn a s. 11 i. g .
.i ba ! '""
i he hoped
H
In a Written reply to l)r Mi
Kan. Grenada born M l* Mi
CKk last week showed the per-
centage of illiterates in the age-
group 10 years ami 0V0I I
b\ the l..sl popu. itli
l)i
i nl.
i
Ii ^', it* (ii ce before 'one
The B ; An .. > Bervlce
s. Lud.......wd in the colon) JjA...... h> wfch* " "' "(' f"'
nn July 11) by plane, and during
tins parted. arevranl was
DauVj reed Arrives
________________, l'1"' s H M..... L> I. oi in.i..i
1 ol tha aanguant) Line
irrlved here rcMatday from
i i ,
n l tonnage o| 4.14M UM
i n on an.i bag
h
St. Lucia lias Vlosl lllittM-alrs
w. j! mh. i Hlltarav) U
. mat.uit i ini.i U) read
oi m to. but U i
Hitiii uli to rrwaiure and

ritortei
; In the
.enerol Meet- a|ll
ing of the Combermere '"' h(iii ,., mil
School Old Bcvs' Association n^ "^
takes nlaec tonient in the School one *
H'^',H,",oVC,n?"Annual dinner JET^i "shW
Is on Raturdnv. August 28. and 30 yard'
the Annual Beunldn Dance
he held on Pridav. Reptembei
.. nlng away from the house
Thev started to search the house
and Mr. King said thul his re\olv-
soti rr was missing.
ai'is To Mr. Ward: When Mr. Kin.'
1 itaga
Ceteaj g" aaji I
of mixed dalrj food
'' Montreal Othi
aargo eaKftargod was a quanlit)
Of lallnw. ami l>iimll<
trtcal welded itaiol hiboa Tha
Maria Da Lanlnaga' i nq
taking .. mirnt,,
....
i Porl Ufred i nod
There will not he th
monlhlv reunions In the months of
August and Reptcmber
he "heard him exclaim thai some asked his son if he recognised ttc
house He ran to- person in the house he said he did '
i around the housc not know who the person was. He
it only noticed that the man was
off the house and run- drrsscd in white
jing way. It w>i a moonlit night ^_____________
and he recognised Franklyn by
Oiis gait and physique, havin
Labour Unrest
Hits
New High
IN JAMAICA
known him lrom childhood
Franklyn's father. George was
with them when he heard the
shouting and he also ran towarda
the house
Foot Marks
When ha went Into the hoyse.
he noticed fool mark, in a chair
md in a sprli( window. He miss
Guianese
Fined $5,000
..,, r.i Islands
Ai if
M
HI i brlatonfai i N
Virgin xUinls
I .,., lad .
A in Iifaada
M. into.

- lair
S( Via mi
SACKTRUCKS
m.i. stkki. urn la csPAcm
With ClM Iron Wheel. SI4.SS
With Ktihher Wheel. Ill ll
ALL METAL
WHEELBARROWS
STRONG \MI IIIK AKI I I ...hi. fret eapaeilN
BUITABU rOS CONTBACTOM ETC.
OM.V SI l.M I \ II
"RUBEROID"
ROOFING FELT
liKr.r.N MINKKAI.I/KI) SI Kr'.U'fc
A l.nu Priced, l-tmi; Lasting. Fffirirnl
Wiiterprool COTCf DPT all K(h>(s
!- n:\is I'l II sii YARO
IIAKIIISIINS-H.rdw.re Special!.!.
Broad Streel
DRINK & ENJOY
DBMPaeal Ai" C'-rrf*Sl
GEOHGETOWN. July 18
Faalah Knrlm Rahaman
husinessman of the d
ed his wife's gold watch after tney Bt.rbk.,. wu nned SS.OOO by "Mr.
ealthy prii
nlyne. vanes
had searched. He reported
matter lo the police on th-
lowing day
the
... addition. Iher.
....... Hitliioe three iion-fiovei nmint external
fo'- Criminal rtealaai on ; cwwtetten Mhoiarsiups open u, primary
Inciting iwo men lo hum down Khoo| chtMrOn ami nlni
Fuattce Hughe:
>i or o.-. arr*.|>and*Bl>
KINGSTON. July 20.
Two T.U.C. ofllcers and fiv
picketliiu' supporters were ar
sled by Kingston police late
He admitted lo Mr. Ward thai rum-shop at Crabwood Creek.
when he had gaan Franklyn he did property of Haghubar, who has
not shout his name because his .(nee died
father was a close friend of his. Rahaman has been given up to
When they all went into the house July 31 to pay the line or serve
he did not mention to the father 6 ^^Bnlm,Sf(^ni. on ,wo
that he had recognised his son as R"hm-n *" J.J .ncitin! two
last night and early this morning the thief, because another man ''V" ,' ."'. ;'" rnfl ln ,hc Cor-
f-- breaches of Trade Union Law nad come on lhe scene. aottBO River' On a legal sub-
anri disorderly conduct in con- He did not make a police repori ,._, by hls Counsel Mr. L. M.
necUon with the strike which loo quickly as he wanted to dis- y c.lbial> lhc flrst count was
tied up since Tuesday two of the cuss Uie matter with the father .A,llu|rawn. Mr Cabral submit-
citys largest milk suppliers George Franklyn, first. wd ,hat the Corontyna River be-
The strike Is but one of 24 re- He denied that he had told the (o- Dutch properly tha Hi dish
ported throughout the Island in tathcr ihnl it was a revolver which Guiana Court bad no jurisdiction,
the past seven days, which un- WBS nu)M,n and not a watch. He
usual activity In Trade Union H. Mld ne xo\^ |he father that On lhc- nocono count, the jury
circle mark, a new high in la- ^ relumed what he had by a 10 -' maio>.t> found him
hour unreal In Jamaica atnoa iLff lw wouW varry tha rnattar guilty Mi .1 A n..kh.-. Crown
1U38 nua-\' "' HTh_ f.,her's reiilv PmOOUtot toM the trial judge at
The P.N P. Paruamentary Op- f'r'h"' ."* .,"' oTJg the eteea of lhe trial that he had
position group bai lawod .. Vl J* ''"' ;J' '..' ',., u been uvaructad lo oppoao tne
Matement calling on the lion W and he could report tin m-iUr u.t.iuv, ,m. ,,.,.,., waa wealthy
A. FSUSlamante'a Labour Parly to "*" ,*"r" ... _ ...., and a line would I- no real pun-
reMgn or work The statement *? Him Run > hment Tha Trial Judge, how-
follows the falling through of Gwendolyn King, wife of Pa ,tl>r s:ilrt that he did not know
acheduled OWCtlnfl oi several kinson. corroborated her husbami ,hat any u-eful i
PorUamenton- cummitlcca through evidence and added lhat she saw leryed 1 (1 ill I b] pal
lack of attendance, lhe four La- Shirley Franklyn jump over the ,dii He then imposed th.
bour Ministers on the Executive guard wall and run away. On One.
Council being busy elsewhere in that same day she had to put the ------------------^_
by-elcctioncering. aratdh in the press. She did not
This particularly relates to the -nink it necessary to shout out B'fr|//nii' fWM'fK'ff
fallin* through of lhe Select Com. Shirley's name and she did not do **** '/
miltee ot the Houaa ol Repre- to_
POCKET
STYLISH rsOl fill I OK t.OOli T\STK
SHOES
srntative- .-huh Wai *-heduK*d
to meet on Wednesday on lhe
quoatfon of constitutional reform
for the Liland,
At this meeting lhe Labour
Party should have given a reply
to the P.N P"s demand for island
self-government, but only three
floor members of that partv
turned up at the meeting which
was then postponed
The Jamaica Government has
derided the island should accede
to the genera) agreement of tar-
iffs and trade concluded at Gen-
eva nearly three years ago
Acceptance of lhe
oinclde* with the embarrassment
"The father. George, was there moved from _
when 'he first started lo search r,.ncrai HoB|
lo find oul whether anything was .L M1.w w;,.,( by the sea."
missing but at no tune did he ever When the area ui elt aned
tell him on lhat night artw OM ,, wjn f0rm one of the largeat
man was. -windows'' along Ra^
Chesterfield Stuart, son of Kin. irne quantity of stones, bott
said that on May 28 he left his anA old In.s i on lhe S|y>t bi
father's shop to go home for a hat it u expected that tht
when he opened the door he saw goon be ran
a man. At first he did not rerog- In the rear fishing boats
nise him but after the moonlight leached along with
shone upon him he knew who it boats
Shouted
He shouted and his stepmother
i>nd father ran toward! the hi
.. Jamaica's logwood trade by He himself saw the mans back
imposition of higher duties In gs he ran awav. He had known
Italy and Trance. h:m from childhood.
The decision was not however When he went Into the house.
caused by these imposts, but he saw Anger Drinls on the lal-
raused through delay ln contact ouate window When he had firs"
between Jamaica and the Col- rren the man. ho was afraid and
onial Office as at the time of lhe wi< shocked when he recognised
conclusion of the agreement II who he was Franklyn ran through
was not clear how the laland :he yard and lumped over the
would be affected. trail at a position where there
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BRAND
PAINTS
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AGENTS
Teeth Loose
Gums Bleed
Amosui*
Fr Pyotrhe^Treat** Mewrfe
FOODS
f.KOl NO BLACK WBH IS

Hail* Powdered Wholr Milk V
bMbbbA. Hhiie Rene Kr*ii ftjtaani Md.
Che*-,e uh Wararonl
Mb
Flavouring Ftsenee*
Moir's Custard rwder
34c or
OHM A Suborn Coffee
(I lb Tina)
Uulun* to'kull (Halted)
Peauultt
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^ 'Li- ;:, POBOCK ST. &
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I ilvi-1-1 isi- In
I hi' lili < mi-
ll #. 1 l'S
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HEALTH BENEFITS
TONES UP DIGESTION
ENRICHES THE BLOOD
RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY
BUILDS UP THE BODY
PAINS IN
THE BACK
Here's a way to relief!
Do you know that one of th-* emmon
cauae* of baOcache lies in the kulwk?
When (hey arc healthy they filter harmful
ui.puritiea out of ihe system then natural
(mutton Whin tlu-y grow tafffrlh,thtat
n..pur.ucti afiiifiniL,tr and the resulting
tongesiion it nttrn th- cauae oi U.ika.h.
I> Witt Hilia a" specially pir-
parcd to help wake up tiuggisii
kiJni) j 1 hey have a cleansing aid
aniiarfMu- attiu.i on these .>i.a!
organ*, soot hi 11,; and restoring $**
to ihetr natural activity. Relief lent
DackacltefoUowi as a natural fnnwiqiiaiKc
It 11 far better to tackle the cause of
backache than 10 go on suff-'ing 1,1 a way
affect your *rk and
> rli'f to
wln^h is boiutd to affect youi
happiness For over half a
Win a Piila have beta M:
sufferers from '..<.... ___
received counties* let'eri of gratitude Go
to your chemist and obtain a tuppr* to-day.
DtMtt'i Pills'
infill ipf, iiU) for
BACKACHE
JOINT PAINS
HEVMA1IC PAINS
LUMBAGO
SCIATICA
OUR GIJJD.NlEr
I* Witf. PUk sic
11<*0* uudcr stnrtljr
I.IKicnic condition*
iiiiii ai\ s imsi mrvi n
.. idgc-Whilworl.i If DM <>f the Oldenl of Britain's
Sine- ihe year 1M0. when Dan Rudge made hi<
Am liom-.hakPi' until the present day. RUDGE-WHIT-
forth Hkycl* 1.,,,. lH.,.n oMttatHHiaU i-1 aim fact ured and
imprmcci ttu-nugbout a period embracing practically the
whole M British Bicycle History.
BRITAIN'S BEST BICYCLE" can bo aollv
to all IHIXIF-WIUTWORTH BICYCLES, inrorpora-
Ihey do, all the very latest (anturrc in design and HO-
R !>;K-WiliTWORrH BICYCLES have a pateiiled
f the Bicycle in any cm- of thre.- poaltinns operated by 1 in
.-ver> Bicycle ha* different key.
i^t Ynur #..%-*' Itik,- h- a "RtTMiE"
Obtainable at : WM. FOC.ARTY ITT>
Naw red Weod-cerpiuicles
Whir >oonced.courseof -Saiuiotm- Nem
Tonic Food Sanai-ien- i-ombtnct I he t0
IfftMl hodv-baddinfoodtjrgar.1, phosphofu^
..ndprowm -uHK.ritHnldtPTWiAredcorpus.ile.
n >our blood and faed your .eakcncJ ner>.
iliu. o*> b> da> nllini your body *tih mar-
velkHii nr* wnliiy. heilih and hipplom Sun
on a tfourw of Sanatofen' today
1 -.1(1.1 .'.,,,.(,
Mr. Factory Manager
l.T.1 UB HELP YOU WITH YOUR REPAIR PROBLEMS
Wa can supply the following , 8T0CK
BOLTH A NUTB
Iron a Bright Steel All tiaM
BEARINO (Plummer Block)
BOLT TAPS DIEB
In nt from ',' to |
ASBEBTOtt ROPE. TAPE
riBRE. etc
2> PIRE CLAY. BAFfLF BRICKB. etu
Remember -
#* H.\HH\IHtS I III Mill \ Ltd.
nP.AD(JUATEIi TOR ALL TACTORT AKD PLANTATION
SUPPL1EB.


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71 VRBADC: ADVOT ATE
r\r.i -IMS
CLASSIFIED ADS. "^~-*--
I-1 III 14 KALES
Mill SAMS
AUTOMOTIVE
WACOM

I< -r Club i
BtNDIX WAMIEJUS Am
Inonl |.ot '
I"- .1 delay Dial *>*
Co ltd Electiira'. Depart i
OIUKO FANS 110 Veil.. K" Blade,
run fcirt Conirollor DMI Wl Uo
| Co Lid Docli
aent
A largo a*le*-
..-. M mMMI
mla Co I
r.iJEcTtuc rifTiMua
is: w

eijlthk non -
on top and (<>" >< <>
lot Drawer Ideal for
Builder May b* had Ca.h H BB MHM
JOHN F HtrntON Ud. 8h*ph*rd as
. II .i
"uok. "Dunoon"
elephtaie HU
N | M Ml
\siinHS 'May-fair"
With Splndrtcr Cl do >our weakly
vraahlnf within 9 hour. Th*y bow*
your whim pn.blrma and cloth*- laat
longer tjuitr j number In mo all gi-
bwi lasts
. ihr nrtow mmlionf

u>g ,cr*w dmi
hub cap. >>

D'AKCV
I
ii.ee ha ear tootv
111 motor veti
i \K| NOIKB
MULLARD
IAT ML'LLAHD I

a* Had. or a.inaa addrr-. la Or.
*.h*ft*.nu*y Avonu*. U
Ii.aU.-l ha. applied Mt
rrgiHiaiiun l a Irad* >-
Hea vt m tWhiwtlun kith El*.
. .naa-har** tuba*, radio and seaevw

.....'-! I
icatloa*. and ami
th>dc ia> tube, oclc 'i*i

lie HIWHI ,-.!. Electric
I'tlrta*. niaanet.. rlr. I
X-i> anparatu* and lub
Itatua.

U.S. Troops Britain Will
Leave Taejon Contact The
Soviet GovL
from p.ige 1
HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay
l.OVtllVtll VI
M I'..-,
HtTM I
lieu.irlmrnl Bl
M
BSMeaMf
> nut i(i bit
i in* l*th day o Jui>
11,11 -a' '
Cash or on Term
Ltd Shcprrid S
May
JOHN r HIJTBUN
10 T I
1-ul'LTRY
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
PLASTER PAI1H15
I
MtANKKB. TnOTMAS CO..
Aifilmim
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
On Tu*la> 21th b. order g. Ml H A
Hunter r will aril In- hou-e appuanl-
i imiU at wav..l> Blue iUn tirmi
vhh include. Dining Table. L'pnaht ami
ith uphoi.tery and Spring
. | a...I rial Too Drak. Morria
-.th Upn.il>.wr and Spring
| | ...,.| Comer Chalia.
Ornament Tab I". Record Cabinet. Card
Table, all in Mahoganj. MMV CtiiDO-
.: I t.ia Dinner and
>v t.la. China and I'lalel
hue. Metal riuor Lamp*. We.tmiihout-
ll.niK.iat.it tgood working anlei I BCA
Radio Elect in- Cluck and l*in|>-. Ham
iwelef. Tea Trollrv. Flat T..p Dr.k.
. i,air.. iCanva- ail lluah
Seat... Gla> Top Table. Deck Chain all
,.,.,/..! Hi ..-. S:,,U H. I.'.-!- **M
v i ii..,. HHP Maitmar*. Gent'
I ..>i|jarluiii. **ren.. Duehenae Vanity
Tabal nh 3 kHrrarsi ail m .viiwum
H0M>M (**; Cream Painted Furnlluir
,., sma-lc Uedntoadi. Vono Spring.. Fibre
!W.. Preaaea. Drring Table.. Manirui
Table. Couch. Day-bed. Pli- ai
C.ipboard. Table 3 Bum.
nn gtovr and Oven. Zl
Table*. Scale*. IlecUt* Eal
ilh Hpi> Paru, Xln-lrlr F^B Ifciilei
Kriik. In.n. Hot Plate.. KitchenUlrn-il-
LIVESTOCK
TR'O IIOIJHES Mtn Ik.
UU>. Ma quirt and are
to Plantation work. For
Apply. J. C. P"vne. Mario-
344
MECHANICAL
LTiiar
TMCADLC S1NOKB MACHINE
1'IUMli- Jl
10 T .-
MISCEU ANE005
amikii an KraoaaMi oil stove
It month. "Id Cabinet ityW wiui
Dralt proof front and Cupln^iid. U
food c-ndltion Cook. Dunoon" SI
Law fence Oap Telephone tma
t". \ku AbOUl Ml (hijinanil feet. Deal
Board! Contact Tie C H Kinch Co
Ud No I PaboHto St II 7 JO

iruiiiih from
unle*. -ome petaan uiaii in iar me
raVtfcM in dupl..--
m> orncr of opptialtMMi of lucr. ream
Hon. The ii4. mark ian be aren
. .... office
paint mi. ixn day of July, imo
H Uil I v-
Rrci.liai o( Trad- M-i
TAKK NOTICE
"STELLA"
r STELLA LAMP CO*.PAN
I II > < ,.m|.i ......

v* il- uun N W IS Londor
a 'a* apptied tor
H <"i PM r.^iraph'
rfattfk

or dlacha-a- lamp-
gal hnd .U-natT".

.,.-,..1 1 ....-Mil . '.'
and learliahb.. dvnamoa tor
a ui t-
(it -ne month
llth da> o Jul. I*M unle-
*>n .hall in


-IT.ce ...... application at my
ti. (Oil. da* aj J.l% l(kM
H W11.1.IAMH
Hra-i.'T f of Trade Mark.
cwtral rm
norUi-r-ai of Taejon all
parted a big column of tank* ind
fcrtillorv hrMding tow.rl M
Jung. Plane* were .linpalrherl H
rail 11
Commun.-l ;itiiHuu .itnl bjaftntrji
I',>tii-entrattng uv reiUi.il
high lands along liu- line frmi
lTaeAon :md Nhungju
TmtU the
American supply ba* 50 mil*"*
Ith TO UM Mai Yongdok.
iwrttl 1 Tuesday'* Amcr-
1'ommuiusl* South Korean forcH'5
onb J short distance
before th* nunvtrtcplb suportot
i>. an Eighth Army
-ukc*miitv said.
The Amerlian r'lml Cavalr>
Ihvmoti (aniting out from
1'ohaiig i> r\ per ted lo have i
luptiom >f Korean lire MM l<
U-ni this new drive.
..!.. mi Bm
I runt of tn(> Iig.itint from hard
I pleased South Koreans who havi
. put up stubborn reaist.m.v \mer
..-i ici: tnti.i-ii-ni.s. roan and
..iiiioiii continued to uil
die MHiihc*l corner peni
.iifii.itt from land Uim? IDs] OK
rton I'oundcl Communist colunv
. N. .i. cr ;i rirvak 10 the woatrv
lliivni
Hut .in mt roanan unique from
.1 Mac Arthur to-night
Ibai Um wmUmi bad rtricted
to-day's combat mission
TAKE NOTICE
HARWOOD'S
Wo i
It,
, T.-il
i Step and Inn) Lad
Tfeii
...i.i
of wakii
Hkl i
....
.ndition
Sale II Term, ca-h.
BRANKKR. TROTMAN CO..
Auctioneer.
1 1 10- Jn.
REAL ESTATE
r. m. k..
Dining, Kltche... Toll-i
MAMUTTOW
rvrrl.-iklilg !! KV.
.sinful Bale
all iiio-leti. ...i.fT.i.
Beach, aale battunig.
.1.S0S or fully fun
Pnattaalon within one
virwintf Phone 4*ta o
At aia*all'. Coajl
ruMii) 4 bad
of Haitlngi Road
Th- lloute contalna. drawing and din
mg room. iielo.ed fallary on uwa.
Idas,
Tonnta. IrlU-hanam
.-.if. with uaual rooo*
two fllghta of atep*
Electric
v.-i-t and bath up-
ass. Oas,
DK'KHAiV^ AUCOIDR Save pi
roduc* engine wear and piomoU- pef-
formanw e*peciaUy when uiferntr petrol
haa to bo uatd. Of great ai.tan.e uhrn
running-ln new M rebored engine.
Simple and IMKpt-ntlv* to u* Obt-ln-
.i.li- fi.mi all Irn-iins and Ser-
vice Station-. M Ja.n Jonei A Co Ltd
Aarnt. a DUtnbuton. 1ST.SO on
!( ,,
No
day by
.i-.i-.i
LADY UEAVIW1 ISLAND ih. t'
ell Trlaiig perambulator. Toya. Child I
Tti.A.ie Cook. "Dunoon" SI Law
: .. r. IB Trln*. i"ii.viH>rs f... Uh
arveinl I>e 1 attl A-k foi
"BEATA1X LOLLIES- at all DM lr*l
Ing Drug Store. Made by the turnout
"Trebor- Cwifeetmner. IT. Jn
K COFFTJ r i
much preferred J*J
...;. .1 .
r Orocer
.hipn-cnf
: rt -i ii-l Coflrr
I I ! I"'.'.
-, SO
TYPES AND BATTERIES Sue. !
1, S < f. 10 > 1 and '.'.her ataaS, atoo
Oldltam IT plate batterlas. O'laiantaed
Enquire Auto Tyie Company T'afalaa
Street Phone 3S0S Sl.ija-.U-n
___1 bo aet up tor aaU i
,L*iillon al our uAra on mai
day of July ISM at 4 p m
CAJUUNGTON a SCALY.
He law. of the
B.SW. Shaug hn
Brlusli liiimiibi
.1 f.,r ir.
Hade math in part
Da
. -i.
of Hegmler M
iholn I.e. eraar-
and will be etilitled to trgtater the
M aflM ,,i .n.nih from the llth day
i.i July. ISW. unle*. in.e peru in the meantime give notice tu dupii
cat to me al my ofBce of oppoaiiion
of uch regi.tratlon The trade mark
can be cen on application at my
Dated ball lath day of July. ISM.
H W'llJ.IAMS.
He.-.-ti.f of Trade Mark'
ICpOl'tlHl 1ll.il Nollll
Korean troops taking: COVOT
I ! SM making II no. i s-.i
to rlic on the building to nculi.ili-c
ground force in Taejon Vi mile,
south of Seoul and the DPD*I lOBi I
South Korean capital after Seoul
fell, had been uinn* i
lire most of the week Gene
Mac Arthur set up his advance
headquarters there on July one.
TAKE NOTICE
THAT George
, Ly-te. Jan.
Lain Ivans c<
TOWUt GARAGE Standll
a.U -iu..e feat of land at St
thlaa Gap. ClmM t Bur eh
The building la one recently
and built ol atone and the ui
ex.-ellenl one fot a garage
The building ahW
tinghouie
li. PtlMk Aoet.on on Frtda;
; p ni al the ofBce
u nd reigned l""i> -Iwin fuilhe
Uculan and etHiditinna ol aale
obtained
end ell Ad am*, nan.
R Alfre-l
rr ..ivd Clayton Bioii
Hag the arvaral five nmivld-
ali appolnled b. the Probaie Couil or
Mariim.... I fsa"0 II.....
OMrt, f.iilrd RUte. ol America, undoi
nauae I of the Will of Mai. Bok> ?
Eddy, wrune Hade or bmliina .iddieai
i. Iirt F.iliiiouth Mrrrt. Booton 1
Mawarhuartta. United State* ol Amen.
ra have appliad lor the rrKiatiation iM
. ... hn |wit \ .>f Itral-ter
in lorinretiun wilh printed booka
rnagnlliin. publication-, and Hible le.
on*, phonogfaph recorda ami record'
and WIN
A 1.. regnter UM
m SMNUJi rrosn the mm day of July
WILLIAMS
It ia a strulegically-placed road
.iim '.nl cilv, formi-iK .i mi
ti .niiii, catltTVi with a I
POfHllaUOn ol over S6.1MW Most of
Has population WVJrO evac-
uated early.
Mac Arthur's eommunHiur
clalme Koreans drafted into tha nuithen.
aiTny fought only because they
fear their "fanatical, brutal and
battle-hardened leaders" whu ex
eiuted them for descrtinn
M aid quotmu inU'iiiuencr
11 ports on InterroKulion.
thai id. pngajfatn baliavod north-
r-rncrs would probubli " 01
IlKlitirin only hn long M they wen
uiriiuiit Renter.
as rroon poao 1
their nuluence with UM Korth Ki
reans to bring about '.he In
end of hostilities jnd I
Noiiti K .
rthward of the 3Hth parallel
It. .1 thins 11. l. .t
Ueft-Wing Ldbour Member
Kiur>- Hughes .i-kcd if trM I'l.ti'
iging the
S.cuni> t'ouncil lo accept a reprc-
sentative of Communist China on
the Council
Attlee replied "That is an en-
tirely separate question The
Biitufa Ocrvarnn i
pared to try and make bargain or
this point "
Conimcntinit on i' I
m
ilion of men and ,
Daoosgr, \m,- tald ti
(io\ern*"ent armi] '
, .,,, rneot de demon
rtrstsj the dorterrriMtion of the|
I*ruled State* (lovcrnment to dls-
p thi bli| ntions under the !
N t|i i Charter in the
Kesouncs Siriiincd
lh.'> .l,..med in particular
riMagatlOral which IhfQ U '"in-
moa rtiin otiut raamban <'i !!
UrtteSd NaUoiu ttava gajtnad un-
dtr the Security Council t.Mil .
lion urging aid to South IwcWW
TIm- knowledge that
if Hi. I'niUvl St.,;,>s al. DO
being geared in UteM talk- Will
give heart and encouragement to
fret ptopMM throuKimut t h i
World." he added
.\fu. laid Uh Britosh rWopli
were engaged in a haril slriiUKU-
fm |..iionuc recovery and British
raaouroa* were still strained
Ncv.ith.Us- the Hutinh Oov-
bjmdI would cnnMdci What
uld be done to mulch the high
solve to which Tru-
nEPARTt'HF*.
-.- Lucia
11 l*ade.
Smith. Sch M
|
Hit. R ...lenr. a,.h
R M V.

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i Ubm NaaaW UM
Opt Hetike. from D
Pi: PARTC KT<

i (io\ernnu oi \nal\sl
N.i.iut' and \i;riciil(iirf
BAJaBAJXM
Application
it
. in a POO"

:
gMtOxglM
... or quartei i
(TOM saUry II made under the Widows and Ol
latava
i and incidental expense.
ramlb payable on lirst appoinUtunt
Aiipllcations accompanied by t
10 thai Colonial Secretary. Bridgeto*

s.dar
mm.
. in
.
i l and should re
not lalar than the 15th of Augu-

In Touch With Barbado*
Coastal Station
U.S. And Britain
Reject Red China
i .n p...- .ii .i
had gi
expi
151.
SlCII'ilXS a CO ,
m Roebuck Htre.
.. Hg M
llt-i
operating hare with
ainrr ;M7 without
being mad*. Drop
and Truck
r the M x 7
had their
-...'. .. .-
He complaint
id are Ihem
I. a. attractive ai the quail-
yie JOHN F IILTHON 1J-I
FOR KENT
mtAMni.Y Watertord
Mieh.ei From now to Dee
luinithed modrtn home O
.I'd Refilgeralor For parti
Gap. St
'!. )'
CtflC *"
ular* Dial
11 7 Sn
I Acre 51 peichea ol land al Pilgrim
It.iad. Chnat Church.
The above paicel of land will be art
p for .ah- bv Public Competition al
Mai office No 14 Jamem Streel. on.
l-i Iday MUl July ItAO al 3 SO p in
The above parrel of land la the proper-
~ "" -nder
i'i ill u >'.m i .
TAKE NOTICE
OAKITE
THAT OAKITE PRODUCTS INC a
-..rpi.!Ottnii orajanltrd and eai.tina under
!he law* o( In* Sour ol New Votk. United
State* of Amaru-*, who** trade or bual-
neai addreaa M Sim Thamea troaL Now
. HtV Y"ih. United Stale* of
An-rica. ha. applied for tho regi.lratlon
ral a Irade mark in Port 'A' of the
I tegti.tr r In connection Wltn. tnemleal
.impound' having ter-*oft*niiig qual-
itic*. lecimmendad for all cleanalna.
iB.hing. and pollahliuf purpua*.. partwu-
larly for uaa In the kllchan and In UtO
bouaehold generally, and tor uaa in
laundn*.. garage*, dainea. and indu.tnal
a Hail ..( ail kind.^ alao recommendod
La lubricating, heat abanrtui
grindina. tanspinii. drawlna( -nipping
.-.ii far*, nl paint, vamiah, enameli
I a pans. lacquer*, and other .urfoce
ruallr
deodoriling alao raeomow
Katlon. commercial and 1
ii. .terilmng buttlaa and
r.. alao re,-ommended
ieutrali/l.u
. and
.l.-l for lerll
)v.arhold. u*n
i>iha* t.mtatn-
a acoki re
acid Inhibitor
,nd tor um- in wet
ic.tile*. and will
g> from page i
told Oiumvko that as lliit.un
bound by tha Bocuritj Council
decision, stir "could nol at present
put forward any deniute prODOS'
al.s on the peaceful settlement
the Korean question," and adi
"British Government coaaldori d
..ry that us a preliminary
proposal. ho-tilme. in Kore.,
should be terminated, and North
, Korean troops withdrawn be von. I
the 38th parallel."
Taaa said that "on Jul. !'
Gromyko told K.-'ly that Russia
considered thai the l>est mdhod
for peaceful M-nicnient of the
Korean question was a con\.a-
tiun of the Baourtt) Council wiih
Indispensable participation ol the
I. ; :. - r,t.it.\ i of tin- *'" '.''
Government of China with repre-
sentatives of the Korean people
to I*' heard in deciding the Ko-
rean question
"As for the preliminary pro-
posal of the British Government,
Gromyko told the Ambassador
that in order to avoid going loo
f.n ..head, this preliminary pro-
Do .1. like all other proposal.'
should be held over for consid-
eration of the Security Council.
At'.l.-.v it 'pi' inc. i"
raid Britain's, iptsroach to Uia Bo
let Union ..,, lo whethi-i
.. nut ttrtctb within the SaeurUj
mill rcMilution. he umlil Ban
th" Soviet Government >.<
.sist in bringing about U
lion of hostilities in Korea Hril
1 tolleagties on th<
Council were fullv informed, he
sn David Kail) to-nlgl
.Mitten Btatarnonl on tho urn
ish position on Kocaa to thi Bo
viet Deputy Foreign Minis!. :
liroinvko. ......um. turns from
llritlsh Prime Minister. Attlee
This was the fourth lime in
fortnight that UM Britlah
sador hatl seen the l)epnl> r>reim
Minist.-i this time nt Sit ll.vn1
request
To-night's communication ". at
the first written statement ..f th.
Iliilish positmn oi. Kou-a received
b) the IL.
Kruter
Defence Co&
added! Jump In Canada
haa, m v
_ Do Lairmaaa. S *,
Proape-t.ir. S Ttalanu.
I I Mavn'iTia On. K S
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rechi. SS Polai Mai.l MS Kull.kraa
ilvkarp. m .;... ... -s id.. .i.ii,...
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LAUNDERING OF NURSES UNIFORMS
BAUD IKNI.IK-. ...II i 0)
lock ...vi. on Tu.-..l.i>. Mlh July. 1IT.0. f..r th.
riuli.rni> f..r .. |-r...l "I '""i ' <"" N
iv.,,1.-, taraa will la auppl
IMmnl Hoapitai. and Uaa* any an
ii. Ila ii..P"i
1,,. .. ......uaialjmK.Mlh.tlm.olwr.
...t iholr .111-
i,nni la bacon* i-...".i MnMai lo. tha N aaltai
ruOnac pam ,.. t...... \h.-srci..i>.
W. GOODMAN.
Bauai i
SHIPPING NOTICES
Mr Join
M H
..... imam.!.
Mi 1
riding. M n..... iliuundath
er Wood
Maigai.
in Wood, i.eila Fr.-1rii . tHra
i inn ri i.mo an n
mow |4JI m< I
m " Mr Davit
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
Salllol fraat Amatateam. a.llrrgaaa
aad *-!
M s A.RNFT.V July It. M. "th
rUtCt n Aug *. I. '>.
M s -liriaNA **.-!>' I 1. "<
Sailing traaa Al.rdaa. a*4 Ua-i
t s "CUTTICA Augu.i lath
..Hint la Madeira llt.-lk
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M -i
M nRANJFSTAI) Aug ad
HattlBf la Trialdad. raiaaMrlh*
Dlaagrawg. ie.
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M I UH t'BA A..a llh
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1 ii n I .
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sraw M.lkmaon. M
lO 0 II. nil*/. Mi
11., k. i. in wai
Ud off Cai ida de
ready al an all l
high. Following a
Ing on Wednesday
20 MONTHLY
FASIIY earned at home In ipare tlmi
ikajlhag in tamps. No eiperlence-
oaeoaBsry SulUblo for alther ash I
alao contact you with Sludvnta '
Colonial and Dommiona foe pen cor-
mpondonta. Encloa* 1>. *tamp Air
Mall only lake lewa days F Parting-
ion. Proapeet Hou*e. MB Wlgan Road
tj-igh Lanct | England
haiUTlCldr. fungletd'
IW tajbnsg oprratlorul
I-. entitled to real.ter the .am* after one
tixtnih. from th* llth day of Ju.v IPW
i.ln. aorrv* p*raon .hall In th* ineanllm*
give notice In diiplicalo I" nve at my
....... ..( .ppoaiti-m '.I lurh iraim-i ..
The trad* mark can he aeen on applica-
tion at mv ornco.
Dated thi. llth dav of July IflM
If Will.JAMS
Reglltfnr of Tr..dr \1-fk.
Misleading
Officials In London think 1
report of the exchanges In Mos-
COW tietw.t-n Ambassador Sir
David Kelly and Soviet Deputy
Foreign Minister Gromyko is mis-
leading In one respect Taaa said
Kelly told Gromyko Britain could
not put forward definite propos-
\WA. Jul> 21).
it has Mown the
Irf.ni, costs al-
Ume pOOjcatl
Cahmet meet-
the G'ivi
tiiint .mthorl'ed an immadlate
i.i. prafiaunnw thai arUl BOd
mllUona to the daft < '".' ''
aj, rofot Bojuadron
and tin ro kt no mdi-
atlon that the piugrammt'
eiei..t..t CaawHan daxoBH
adding i-.ssihlv K.IHiO men m
regular forces, doublln* the .
ducti.m i alt- of fighter pla
providimi addition ii aid
United Nations in Korea
nU the end of Canadian
preparations P>
Ti.
to the
ropra-
uilitaiy
| '....I W.lkll.aor
Al.-h-li lleiuu.
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ailing
M \ i-arlbboa"
I Schooner Owners
jsaolallaa lr
unalgnee; Mall 40T
Canadian National Sleatiislii-

, Al(li am Aug.
, Aus th Aua
iSep TUl B*P
i ,, ana iaj
i vnv RODN1 *
: \ai NuaoN
1AHY rlOIINrV
I.ADY NgtJtON
Jr.l Boa
ath Mlh Oet
flladya p.uutitri Matr lo.liaol
rr, Mate Dnvld Ar.hn Ml Cot!
>- Mi Kennrlh USfOrda, Mi>.
i llir.iirin. Mr An,lie- Si....|>*i.|
arra aaadaelt Hi
als for peaceful settlement of the
(Coraan qua tlon
In fact, oftlcial* here said Kellv
made it clear that Ilrilain. like
,ther members oi UM BoCUrltt
Council, regarded the cessation Ol
hostilities and withdrawal to the
II th pa. iii : i ..... '"
llminary to any setllemen-
The whole nbjeel of "' Itriti-h
op, ,i, m Moscow. It hag bear
.. ., I. -1 .. I.. M- ''"
urge Moscow to use it* mfluanc"
in North Kor- lo top light ing
OFFICIAL NOTICE
NOTICE
...
I'UtS> vi
i iikht t. Tonn.
CH.ef Hay St..
Op t)aa Tu
WANTED
HELP
| g
th*
...
_ Young M
. I .-.!...
ItM at SO p m at
Heckle* Road. Saint
r al I
- jt th* aald Qonoial
1 i.iu.t be .ubmitted lo Iho
ii..ed co Carrlngi.-. Beoly.
Sir**t. Drldaatown. not lat*-
Uun .even day from the dat* haraol
lh.i*d ihi. ISth day of July. IS*)
R C CHAPMAN.
Hunv Secretary
III Hi Sn
n\nrtADos
The vindormenti.
..... I1,.ildlnga. be
.low If not then
.... .<..! during IK
IN TRf I
liropefti
LIQUOR LICENSE M0TICE
TBAN.IIS AND REMOVAL
Tha application of Shirley Rarmay i
iouU' Ariw Village. St Thoma.. th.
nrrhaaM of Liquor Ucena* No HSU
( ItM granted in roapoct ol wall
uildlng near AdventMi Church. Oo*-
ftiwaol Hill. St MKhavl In remove
> boarded and Mangled
Bf or rg*vniT
win be *! up f"* "air *t "' Heoiiltatton Ofltc*.
__ and I p.m. for th* .um and on th* data .pee,fled
it will If M-t up on each ...creedlng Friday at th* aarno
| houri until aoWl Full pa.iicular. on appllcaium to me.
BKUUKH V. RODIN1->N
irtain place or par.-l of land
r plantation) itualo at
rt^irhV* UP*ha|vO Of ISTO aw3 ona quarter i-rclir-
. fhrmctl. pi.vata load but * now a public road,
toward, th. north on landt O'^Clapham plantation
I l. -.Ml..,
urinont On* i
, Week*.
tah ol t
i Inward.
|r..p*,l> ALL THAT
*^ Of Ventno
in iho h
,,... i, tarta.
which wa.
ghj I-. gkOl
i^ii^^aaa j5fmmrzrsmr
r. D Born*, and on th* South on Ih* public rood oi IMSTOTOI SOM <"c
ana may bull ai*l bound.
Cp-rt Pure 2g Sd
| M -..- Mil. Jul.. iaaa |( wl,JIAfc(H
Madl-trat inChancer
Offlro.
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.,,,.
Accepting raaaeiiger*:-
.m.no
QQIfl S iilin; t0 I' L > r..... a '. Oft U I till AtlgUI
1V50.
Dahna t ahin i i Iwo avauablo H*M
IIW I Kaili
lor Further Farllculan.. Apply la:
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I'KOVISlON (.KIM mv
I.Hit OK SI OKI
IUIMH
r Quallly I
Mi lh X
"i a 8

gall.
iched
OFFICIAL NOTICE
mtf atnfl bavo utiafaelory
...-. Apply to Fernihdf-t, Daacon-
I Black Rock. b*t*en S and S
mdav to Sunday
Aria* Village,
St Thoma- and to uae It at
.- t.-.. Tit.e.i praa ...
thia ISIh da. of July. 1*30
SigneU ALLAN CRAWFDHD.
BARBADOS
TI* undeimentioned t
illr Building-, between
below If not that. fold.
" *> no da
I.IHI.S WITH St % \t II1M- 1 ... .
SAIJES GIRL Reejinel -i'Ii
kno- ledge of .Spanish If P""'
State -auuT. Apply Poat Ofnce Boa
No T.I. Bldg*U>v
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Krlic ilai
D
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Funh*r
V11 hen
hr Poll.-* Slago
i D
Tim appllcat
P |
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.- the (oi bt or OatajaDaai
operiy will bo *<
II noon and ) p m
1 will he .at up .
hour, until told
I Ihr Rrgiatroll.
part- aar. or applu
GIBBONS ET AL
do u> ' *'* ralaad
| vi...: D I'i"
TAKK NOTICE
JANIT
That Jamaica Knllllng Mat* Limi
duly in.orporalad undef tha
,:,.,ca. -ho.* tfaao or buts.
agsa >ddr*a* 1. Number Wott St.oe
lr IS- oari.h .if Klng.ton. laasnd el
JamaKl Bn'"*1 Weal Indlr* has ap-
4 Irade
I
agtUt knitted good, and will B*
l
unleu aom* pef.on ahall in In- maan-
lim* giv* notic* in dupiicsno to m*
...noalUon of aueb
Tie trad* mark can be
lalgnd "' Rarha-I--
ha aan* ri.ure o. U
Win-'.- I
lh* porjem Of T'.e,
on other land* of th.
bound Todotn*' will
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1-p.cl Po..
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* and on land, ol a placo (
a Norma Aga'ha Oibbona on
.*. place failed Brdl-nd C.
iQftaHa or howevrr *l*e tha
all other building* on th* *
lh* appuftenanc*.
I sal*
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. IT PAYS
isu. i
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FURNISH
The HOUSE
MF.ADY NOW lor -
dial* order i. a ""do.
HOME a OFFICE FL-
wlUl a Btyl* CnmH-it
il..tie.-. Oral i
-. asa .ji
i. In*] in Tail.
Turt.. V.g.l......
and th<
t.lllHs f.OI.II HlllttDN
iieiioi* at vaa *.
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H..iii>........ r.mfurt.
aUsrr n**ka. i
nnok H.iek. and ii
Till Vi.MVV.VI.VI. *
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u-i received a new *hlpmenl of
*f;A /* i tvmtCB M-CTa i
m
i*ii
nil bt
dalay your oroV i
THK CBBfTBAt EMPORII "H
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(,.,.,-r of Broad and Tudor Streets
III IIIHM. LAND
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Igh cUa* raaadetttlal -action.
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PLANTATIONS Bl JUIINti
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As the Maiiufarlurrrs havr
our Engines ran no longer be
consequence had In put this tier
rommlwliin and. owing I" Ihe r.
available as a result, nut IIml
Inter als daring the nest few m.
. '.I. d that repairs to one of
. i ..-.I the roMiuany haa In
.-rating *> CMIO h I nul of
I... in,n of -Litoll.. Plant now
it aaaara io shrd load si
nth*.
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utmost eco
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*re a*ked afl "' operate by esrrrlslng the
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rlod between 6.30 and '' p.m. until further notic*.
-MITH.
General Manager
?0lh June. :ia.


PACE MCIIT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FKIDAV. Jl IV 21. 1S50
a
Dennis Brookes Is The ENGLAND ALL OUT 223 56 Horses Entered For
Best England Opener ^LE^JlJ^L August Meeting
Say West twites Team
Wfy I'.i.r Dillou
LONDON
AT THF CONCLUSION of then drawn *"*' Wl* i:,( "w F'"ty caine Bl-trr e min-
Northamptun. nmbtn pi the Ww Indies u-n had n 'fSLJ'SL^TJ^^^Si m
...-a*
\\ ;il i 1'itlo:
hesitation In f|glgia| Dennis Brnokfs th,
batsman they have so far encountered
It maj (>< i'
Yorkshirc-boi*. playm
member of the last tt.C i

ieall> hau
himself ho* evei
bone hi one of hi
to return to England n
' Test.
For him To bf named
one oprncr is prates
' -
opportunity lo
[layers In the
rook and HlMei
highly, hui Brooki
hesitation in putting top
m Ithei
Hutton not ' -'ii luded
in the Wast IrMhV (Or I
land's best opeim
tier Brookes llio timid lirmg in
Harold Gimhlctt
man from Somerset HU strung
nttoeking pla)
pression when they sav. -
they are all a little sui
he has not been letted more frr.
quenti) for in* counto
So far. the West Indies have not
yet met Essex, and they were nil
very interested lo hear about In-
sole, the young amateur eaptain
who is being freely considered for
the captaincy of the next M.C.C
team to Australia.
They did not have much oppor-
tunity to assess Freddy Brown,
the Northanti skipper, who must
also be a strong candidate for the
captaincy, but 1 Know UMg ell
respect nil bUlty and
that he is OM i
amateurs in the counti v
Up nt Northampton. I met .la..
Mercer, former Glamorgan bowlei
Jack now divide* his time between
teaching in Jamaica uod coacldng
nt Northampton He was naturally
deugliU-d with the success on the
lour of Valentine, who was one
of his pupils, but was disappoint-
ed that he was not playing in the
match.
He told me that he considered
the 20-year-old Jamaican lo be
one uf the cceatoal left-arm bowl-
en he had ever seen, becauea he
really did spin the ball When
I was coaching him, I tHOd BB tell
thim he would never eel anywhere
1 until he could spin It mid he look
the leston to heart", added Jack.
"Providing he does not suiter any
set-backs through
health, he has a great
ahead of him."
Now thnt their tour is half
some of the WeM Indies te
beginning to feel the strain of slx-
daj areas: cricket Ooddara told
me he was perfectly satisfied thai
his men would be abtl.....IT]
on for the rest of the season but
added that he would not like hi
t rant Pace X .ppejl In trie mme over
H lx>wling change at ST II was not long before <;.- part- ntfjei ior the Barbadi* Turl
ii place ul ncrsblp was broken Shackleton. . >b IfttaWUggsnOI iftiStiag due lo
It was a double change who had been bailing freely, wn, U held nexl August 7th, 10th.
| pel taklnj ins ball himself bowled by a Worrell inswinejer and ih. were SSOBSd al the
Maon. The openers had for a mu" valuable 42. the high- office* of the Cluii y. t.rda.
SflVtsnl Job tsl score of the innings with the afternoon A total of W horw-
.i figures as they resume- on 174B~ *2 Shackleton.se- Mve f^^, ajniercd (<# tnt, 34
.-.err Johnson 100 Ueted as a bowler, had made an --_-, *ayied m be run and this
10 2U ...srerlS- jwhul In Tee* cricket flTZt,*shSi'of the
,y going for the bowling Ho ^^ toU, of ,.,, afcj.
vnrnt lime last year
a '
-11 Fai.ru Adanx. B>l>al rt-
Infuouti. ADU Dtrm Abllilr.
ed a nearly ovation for
Gomes nearly through the leg trap gallant and WfSSSTSfl effort
er jcined Jenkins and these
vo remained together until te-
won at ins for 8
\Tter Tea
1 the houndary.
I limit's
..lL
;i plv lo the
M Hcoee
. shlard
.Mih numadhin but 1
1 ii to) three
Among the entries from Trini-
dad are Fabulous a Jamaican
ereole who has recently been pro-
moted to ft las- 1 Trinidad bo:
Wheei the lolal wo* 191. Dctl- t, Mll ln r elaw *, Bv* >'
r m was |l imcl Ih,- t.all CMher Trt. id:-* and stotimeyer nidged n wp|Mon.cll paw li leerel in C
rnoved back to ;;.k.- ,1 nfo ,,., , ,, A ,.,. Atomic n
i> although silt ng in (he atUmpl. WM withdrawn at the la-t palnub
ringing on Johnson Nine were now down for 111. Jen- aU ^ins nrtgrrd for the lea-
second spell insole faced a kins followed suit by lashing out ,,,-* mmu
' for the at Ramadhln and sent the 200 or
the board after taking two four. The Barbados Derby received
and a brace. Hollies howeve. antrv of only six. two notable
d was nol prepared to find out that db-entces l^mg Pereversnce and
totah the bat-man pi.yed ^wing does not pay and contented Cross Bow, who at one lime^1 5
Miigle delivery with the bat, at himselT with unprodtnlive de- fair to be favourites. The class!'- a
ca five t trie wllv offerrngs f'nslve stroke* while hi- partner ,ield , now considered a modei *
isatlng him completely enjoyed himself to Ihe lune of :.tc one the only outstandmt:
an addition of 18. Goddard was i.orform*i being Watercress who 1
Johnson was Mi twice to ihe forced to bring back Johnson and won (he Barbados Guineas las'
,?u. ry-Ir..'.he.?,tt"nflr,!tJ'! Worrell l-ui the baumen held on March and two other races. She
(eel 5*1.
. .-d-.-i.
SECOND DAT
.-. V, CAIUIU -tASK
A S'l -1
aw) Quran, r-lHH Win* SIMM*.
rii.^ltnn. Rabat* AI*iiH>. 9Urm">
a... s. iTSAr^LCAa manok at
a i't
Suikton*. Watercreu. Bo-n-neto*
naiuiliMi. PmUct1|M. Duk.wila. Phsro*
H Huui.'Mtlrn Apfil rio*n OSIrtke,
>>
* m* 11iivs>.Lr utAsri
tl-uOMi S'l Fat.
Rad>. Rimi Cttm*Min
!!*, B*>1 *""". Flam*
. ..i.l .m.f
-.. 1 --Mirosa a**D-*e
B T>, l.r
qi.*n. Fmnny Ad*'"'. *. P*t
U.*m. AIMlllT.
dk *r
from P.im.'dhii
Thf
.11 I'-.i! fur
,.. . I- _.----------
a it, rr.
Hun ..*. TWICO. V.*n Mo*
ik Planl hU>lii-r, Mo|-v
R.rr >. II "llll"h -T**l
r n hi
Mao Ann. CwlJrlon. Baiuaion. F
.... i>..iMTipi. DnlnMlla. Joint Ol
niualicn. Brown Oiil. Apcj
I Pluw
be
in. -1 sari HAS
c fw,
Qur*n| rabuto>. "'i
. Slart^ HUM. Tali 1
'..ull-tn CfO. Kid.lfad. Tili-M*
DENIS lIKdUKI-s
produce 50 but before anything **)!
. disposed of Insole by the l.b.w.
1 < a valuable 21. Eng-
land had now lost half their team
' en rims |es than they
had al Old TrarTord and certainly
OBSti D they did not have
the excuse of a filthy wicket. At
Y.irdley was 27 unde-
feated and had been joined by the
r Iganeheeter. Godfrey
Fvan.1
liannisUr Nets
Five Goals For
'Snappers'*
After Lunch
Ptsa a as resurnad m bright
sutMSsiat with llamadhln bowlinu
,1 maiden to Evans, after whicn
eLch balsm ui look threes off
Kvans when four, was,
given a life off Johnson. Sloll-
maya gt iirst slip failing to take
one which came fairly low and
fast to his left hand
DFI.UKH I BANNISTER, Snap-
iiid when Johns-
eventually bowled Jenkins UV
pair had added 2 in a most
valuable last wicket stand Jen-
kins had mode 80the third high-
est of the innings, crisply and
confidently The total was 223
W.I. Batting
Goddard called for the Ugh
roller before England look tbe
ncJd Rae faced Bedser and
scored on* his third delivery.
Shackleton shared the attacK
wllh a maiden Neither bowlei
was really fart, Bedser appeared
the more accurate and was able
to keep Oie batsmen omelet l.u
Stollmeyer particularly liked
Sharkleton's offerings The flrs'
half hour produced 38 runs with
Stollmeyer as usual doing the
bulk of the scoring. Both men
looked happy and well set. Yard-
'10
therefore
ourlte
start I warm
1 follows:
DAY
Km n.
. BB.

| STSWASSS' BASUH .
a s r*
BMo.n Brtahl
Bar* !
rabiiioi
** M*. 1 -WAIDSN STAHrS
(* anS C! SI Far
Siaii-' MUlhi Fan CoM**t *raftf-
i.oh Abiliii KldneaS
Bart N. '-BB CBSOLC tCARtS
a ( fm.
*. .fcpwrt. Tao.. Vi.. Ran...
HSSia Stonaoor. Joan 9l*f. Silh Pl-
MaHln*. Mop
, -ii" >*.!.- ofAKKS
A 9 Far. _
. Sl-'"<*. Fia ASan... gSBS
*rnii Bright. Storm** Oin
MMES aTABBB
Dainty!
ms again escaped In Johi
next over when he offered a ley look the ball himself at |R
up to his name very dlfflcult,chance to Christian! id place of Shackleton but Stoll-
.^^-tlay after- 'airly close in at short leg. Vat- meyer greeted him with three fine
when in snttne went 011 for the first lima off-drives. Fifty was registered caitnun. -
I,,-,, W -,-, r,i.. '' r.-hcvirig Johnson and off lr; gj llln.itrs Inimcdia'.i-U al- 'I"";.,,,1.'''
against the third ball Yardley raised the .r uu, Yardley brought
Ms. V-HJO-SI
C 7*
Sun Qu*n FMhiIoui. Rtvar Sprit*
ril*io. Fair ConMai. Southwt. Cm-
OUce In- scored
flve out of the six
(for his team.
pliers won the
-ii
love
1 Jen-

inn with a single lo mid-wicket. klnB * ,he Radcllfte end. He
It had been two and a half trttd two mor, overs himself
hours of tough going againr-t ^^f,^ dhng on Hollies The
tight" bowling backed up by eg- k fUd no( .ppeir io worn
.client Melding, in which Goddard |hr b.lt,men bu, }Ml before lh
set a splendid example Stollmeyer drove one back
- later Yardley pushed " ^ JJJ lrft who took ,,
..ion, Batlalton. F<--
Jolnl Cammaini
Flower* Bpwur*
-TRAVALQAa STABSS
iiintn DAY
,. |1 AlOmT BANBirAF
B S Far.
,'. Fanny ASam*. FIi*-!"* Fan
-o"'h-'n C-. F*rt* S*
tnf,ilon. Kid*d Tibrrlan lad*. I*"S
H.W N.. I CLTBB BSAB MSMOatAI
HA WD IC AS D S FW.
"union* Witwwai. Battalion. Po*i
,t|nl D.lritwtla. OSMUt_______
>?( HA. la-FLANSBBS- HASDlrAF
r Far.
Tana. Mac Ann. Colklon. Ballali-
knaahiv*. piMiacrtpt. Dulribalia. Jui"l
CoanaSfBS, Pnarot It. Brown Olil Apollo
"ia'* SfcgS irVKSIltF BANDICAF
;-Taa*.OMa SH Far.
Crnu Road* Rlwarmlii. CT*m*niina
Oallani Hawk. H*it W .hr. Flam* Flow
Bat* N^tl-SOITB OATS BANDICAr
C S'i Far.
Sun Quaan Hive. Sp.lt*. *'
Star.-. .Nia'.i Fal. C..n*st. Mutt. Abllif
"afM^Sa. MSAVANMAB BANBICAF
O S Fa..
Bun J~*l. Tanao. Vlaan. Oallai <
Hawh. Jimn'. Star. Site Plant. Mavtlm*
Ba^%rr*^'MtBCBAII'.* aAMBICAF
Marv Ann, Bowmanatot. Baltalloii
Poataropt. Pulrln*lla Jotnl Command
p-haroa It Mi. "'balWii. pi'jra
A TH *.
Fatwlou*. Rfvar Spr>i*. rpprr Win*.
Run Blla. Slalnt* tlliah-fnan *"b*V"
I,,!,!.. Brar^n Roi-ii '"""'- OWl.
SILK
LACE
TRIMMED
NIGHTIES
Very *aj ind emeelaenl l nitaMi sre
are having it pn Blui Qrei I
i ,., M AQ||
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10. II, 12 8c 13 Broad Slreel
1YEASTVITE
In the other one up rather tamely to the lei
fixture Bonltas Ol lii-- West Indian counterpart
out- Ooddard lumped for it and rollei
ptayad liarracu- over OS he held the hall to glv<
das winning the Valentine hi* flrit wicket of the
matrh
well
Rugby Players
In Fist Fight
in 1 hi m MANSis'naUh by
tik-.l... a** wide margin 0
,...u I-, Hi. l.aai|iV(. goa)s lo m
The in It) DT> follOWS
Shockeltnn In
Yardley had played u true
Huent
Stollmeyer hsd batted with
beauty for 46 made in an hour
He used the fluent graceful ofl-
drlve with telling effect Sorm
ao. of his effortless and nonchalant
on-side play was equally H lovel>
his to behold. The rate of Bcorinsj
urned by Hae and himself wr
sulking contrast to tbe plod-
vhlch *v saw before
..... ._. was freer than usual.
usually list to grow any bigger. KO(K, (ho| ,,,,, ,hl ,,., W.IV I|C , hol(1 hlmselfto two boundaries. Goddard did not risk his combat
Weefces. Walcotl. Stollmeyei. ]t WH, Wl.|, lighted and heat r- one of which dropped about two troops for the last two balls of _1.n__tl_, .-Jii(." .,.. I,..;, ln|f
and Jones., are among the latest racml;iv BiiilUl. ,,,. ,,rt wK(.n (pt., m,ld(. ,hP rlm the day but sent out Chrisliani who J*,(: Feel.in- enx. lo.to "^
Boaitas
Uotti 1
everth b......
smy in lbs Orst halt. Owen John- ATter Uiiee nuiet overs. Shackle- ding plsy
i'i'......1 ! ih .. I01 twice lumped In to Vateotag lugNHi KM
Iturruciidas
ren pcettj
until aboul
ShMkleton, coming In Uh tagi
llrvt Test innings, promptly sur-
ved an appeal for stumpiiui
SYDNrY AusUalia. July 20
Playei s traded punches and
Sral knocked out in a
brawl which follost-ed a Rugb>
Leagu
where the "outhern division
Wednesday defeated a British
louring team by 18 11. Earlier
in the match Boh Ryan, the
British forward had been sent
for allegedly striking
English County
Cricket Results
LONDON July 20.
Cricket results at H arrogate.
Yorkshire beat Leicestershire by
10 wickets. Leicestershire 115
(Coxon five for IS, Wardle 4 for
3?) and second Innings 1*8. York-
' Wglprtgnnj hlie 2u (Walsh 5 for 44) ana
second Innings 71 for no wicket
At Lords
the Army
Drawn

THERE'S PA.N RELIEF
AND TONIC BENEFIT
Yes I Yessi-Viw quickly
not ties awray headaches, neu-
ralgia, nerve and rheumat-c
1 pains hut it docs a.irocuting
caw too I Because >* k' valuable I *"* dsX"]
took propenics Ycwl-Vrtc r* ^ ^) t
hck>,youtofecI bnghtcr. kk f} J\
beticr, sleep more M0 I lV 7 \
\ r*, / I
HOVAI,
h ihe '"i1 icit
hfi of Ihe goaL Hall time fot-
r.uid with no fuiiher score.
Earl) in tin lecond hair John
two up with 11
hot /mm Close range Almost
"casualties*', and this Is a worry-
ing time for Goddard ar
ager, Mr Jack Kldnev
Least concerned about Ihe strain
of continual cricketand certain-
ly about his own performance*
is Sonny Ramadhln He looks U mum.h.uK afterward
if he enjoys every minute of the .. ,!in| Mll.li%i.
game, especially m*en lie lj. I>-.1- ....,.,,
M*t* H*. :f i:' N,1'rtni",t! Herberl r.
could not help noticing how_miich llllM1 ,.jk ,,., (tl(( (|( w
.iifuculty batsmen had n hitting ,......,.ilK |:i Itt( ,. |l() .,,, ^
him "round jhr corner.' ,u , ., , I|(. ().
Ramadhin hai been ir smaxlrai (, __,
buccess on Uiis tour, and su; much Bonlts llftli goal lo glv
onvlni Ii
received them without scoring
received yet another hf -r(10 West Indies Ihus ended thr
20, Walcoit dropping hlsn i)j% 14s mns behind wilti
..t Lne tuinps off Valentlw ^^^jipu intact, as romfortable R
1 the first ball of his next Rtttf> o1 .fjairs as we could reo-
ably wish for.
saw Stollmeyer d I
klituii. The latter was th
IK and Ihe total l?8
''I.laid did not take the new
ball immediately, and Ranudhln.
latlon, broke the i>art-
ncfhip b) clean Imwllng Kvans
game after this incident
when the match ended scufrt
broke out and Surley the Nev
Zealatnl (or ward was knockei
out The British learn led 114
al halftime iC.P.)
has he Improved his fielding thai
at one stage Goddard had him in
tbe silly nud-on porinon wbers
he stopped a couple of good forc-
ing shots with all the
of a veteran
B.G. WeightHfter
For Paris
Snappers : i Police i i
Due ti. one ol
men being unabli 10 plair, Bnap-
i->itniKli U-ft down one
of their playei to make
thugs even
Snap'N-r* ^turlcil .it .. very hoi
l'' and Ihe gama was hardly fif-
teen second' old when Ihlhert
Bannl 1.1 thi Sngppen ke> wing-
sent in .ui absolute 'siler!''
I'mIi-Ih il InniligA
Evans had Ijeen gniDal well, and !.'"
nad nil laro inarp bounoariei with EJ
.tils off Valentine to highlight
attractive and polished 1
After the IM) hsd been hoisted
200 minutes of play. Johnson
and Worrell returned to take the
: aw (mil
Shackleton snicked a four In
Johnaon*! second over and then
"iiviu'il a conftdeni leg before
Scores
r-Nai-tND 1ST INNtNOS
I Walcoit b Johnm
.V-.hl.io.j* c SloHnkrer 0 Worr*
I'arhhoiiaa r WaaSn b Jahnann
(lama* b WorrMI
Uk*. i ;ouda-a b VassntHw
.Ik lb>. !...!
na i> K.n>..ll>in
hi. -n Ii WortHI
.....BSBS Joanaun
llrdxi > Stullnnnrr l> Valrntlna
^in^^m SSS,SlS, SLSSl"u,"%
el another, and right before the
end of pla> skipper George Ma-
clean scoreit goal number six mak-
ing his team the
British Guiana will ie rente- about toe same amount "f Lings,
sented at the World Weight- Hannlstei had the Police goal-net
lifting Championships in Pans, vibrating as goal number two
bv a welghtlifter or I delegate, whiraed in
to be selected hv the B G Police then U-gan .. sluhliorn
WruthtUriing Association The g?"*" "tl""h ,,r"k< up several
Paris gnmes are scheduled lo snappers forward movements md
teke plsce In October this year. "*' '' """l atortl) before half
The Association was lioplng lo nna thai BnnniBtei put in his third Bynoe and B Patterson,
send learn to repeat or even ':'",l Hnrraiiidii.i P. Fletcher (Capt.).
better Ihe Colonv- nerforniaii- Siva 11. ..flee the second half K Taylor. G Jordan. H. I'ortlllo.
J7s nine 1M7 SamJ1^1 Smb.-!?*1 *&* Snappi-rs' captain ( Kvelvn. B Armstrong and H
delphia. USA., when B.G
into third place and world '
recognition among the best lifters ,
from all countries
hud
, George Maclean si..." but BrowgW Pen*
SSr&..aS!^L.1^ 'SI*'*.*: ai'o.""'"''w.Vh'll.'l'l;.'''',,,",VS. Str.. C. Maclean. (Cpl.,.
IVatf i 1 'i'Ii.-.- made plucky attack A Taylor, C Maclean, D. Bannis-
vhen McDonald nUchardj. feeatTgfJ tec, K Ince, M Browne and O
at the half way line Rogers stood down
In the meantime B G weight- ,,,. ,,,.lk ., beauUrul shot which un- Police: -McD. Richards (Capt 1.
lifting aces, with their eyes on ,,,,,.,,,,, Btrnck the crossbar 0 Porter W Phillius. 7. Willi
local championship titles oro ad bnunml out of plnv 1 Dodxon and E. Harris
gearing up for the big attractions From this thn in bv Incr
of the year, the Senior lifting which was passed on to BannMat, Referee was Ma). A. R Foster
competition and the Senior "Mr. he cored his fourth goal This Next Thursdays fix lures will be.
Guiana" contest only a few brought Browne I'rtck into the Snappers vs Hondas, Swordfish
weeks off v,,-. no stopping the vs. FUing Fish


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