<%BANNER%>







PAGE 1

i-\i.i rwo Sl'NDW ADVOt \u SINIIW .HI I ,; !•" PLAZA It* iZB H IMMi M iMiri i lin WIHOM UWERSE IIISIl \, I I I I -,. \ i I. ill; TV (The harden) ST. JAMES • %  vil\M rODAI %  Ml •"• J> Mt. niirlli < Mm >* I'trwiil JOHN GAItHM.D ID "iXMJil 111 SMMN~ MH\I)\V AMI TCESDAT — .M I'M I r-KNTI'H ATtSTERN THRILLEB I M.IIIIM. M\S H 111) PLAINS' >] PH K( 'T7 1 %  Kn %  £Wo ^O^t9 lif*iS^^ %  ££•-" .•">A FAMfLYFoodDrtnk Stimade bif CADBURYS Ii. o II I lliMll M MOM I 11 l I A t.M Illl HIB OtMIUI VVAI.TI.lt I'HH.ins i nil i BABBYMORI lANfcTI !l MM ii i( | (.AWFORD British ami .\iut-ruaii Nrns RorU (H'l.MMi I Itlll.W. .11 I \ 'Hill 10HN FORDS NEW AND FINEST PICTURE OF THE FIGHTING CAVAIRYI SI : i the win tiitimph .i. I MI proud that the U %  %  %  %  I %  Tony. >B a house surgeon i %  Hi ... %  at all aun Bai tind Managing Editor Returns ji >ii l %  .mnidii. 0 Mi ('." %  l.artmde* will return %  % %  .., To Study Nursing M %  %  re.*., %  %  ixwho %  %  KNJOYINCl A JOKE at the T A Cocktail Part* at tho Colony Club on Thursday wore Boi.adr I. i*ei David E. Henderson, Airport Manager a* Brawril. Mr.. Heniv 1 ..iv of the Canadian Buryeyors who iin Barbados %  Rnwrll %  He E n. bi %  roiinertloa w> n the cjn*Uucllon of tlie A LSO arriving Just Completed Course In Mechanical Engineering JOHN WAYNE • I0ANKE OflU • JOHN IGAR ^^ 8EN JOHNSON • HI OK IE V tfogftfoto FOR YOUR SUGAR FACTORY REPAIRS We can 8upply F1REBRICK8 FIRECLAY FIRE CEMENT STEAM PIPE & FITTINGS BAR IRON PORTLAND CEMENT Slocked by our Plantation SuppI ea Department Telephone No 4857 • BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. Transferred to Bermuda e bj the "Ooirti England wn %  Cnaswe nUtn been on thn i n^lanri. ih.it Mi \M lA>gi And Horses baen tnnafertad lI M R CYRii 111 ivMar in a n late lul) i>> one n l h Canada I ( iov pc.A. Thi Ban i „ the time being. pedign With T.L.L. i a tout pam eoura li dou to in h IKM tin HORRRT HUTCHINSON rhanical tnglneerinj Ba1 an asset thai jo 1 IV! who b an Enginaar of Oak orough College, LakaataraWre today no a cania !" "" 1 ' ir owner in the Ww Indie* Engineering t , in Ixeda and is al Canb regrets the slip up mad. With T.C.A. Traffic Dept. present stationed tn Pointe-.. % %  i %  %  ' ." me I %  „ Pierre with Ti-L arrived from tor a position at the Watar worfc*, well. Trinidad % %  <<' %  morning bj H> hopes that I B W l A ta v,t<-nn two eraaki b I btil thenhan BO lar M Bartedaa Haytag at the be. i .oh of B On His Own D lf coUN VAUOHAN, %  %  %  a anothai Barbadian do me off t %  ..• %  : PI • • me that Colin I on Mi oi nit avi \Vauajta exam this autufl coml .1 year Ha Witt, i :.-'... |0 uf ha %  Peti M I % %  1 1| IU Ho %  FOR \Oitt ENTERTAINMENT EMPIRE THEATRE Tim \V IAS iinil I H ; Illl f %  •nltlliliii:: Dall] il MATINI I AND MC.IIT SHOWS THE BIG STORY BEHIND THE AIRLIFT! . Wlllrh (or • ft'... waif-.... I*.. %  %  ] j i l'.\ll> IN III I. : III I) SHOE! "ALL Tin: KINI; s MIS "NO SAD SONGS KiK MB" ROX\ THEATRE TOIIAY l.l'i i.inl H.IJ MONDAY ll'> %  * US TUESDAY, M MINII ,i 1.45 af at% Thit mm a man who lived by his gum ....too long! OLYMPIC TODAY Ml nil I Republic iAcllon u %  '. Vtra l BRENT "DRUMS AIM Illl AMAZON" with : Brian AIIEKNK C • NKTT MONDAY mid Tl I -ill \\ I II inl II i.i Instil, RcpaUli 9 I itx.il lnsl..i. ICrpiililii Serial "DARF.DIVIIS ill THE RED muir i Gulfi |kter BulS) MITCHtll ,• HENIT m %  mum IOHMSGN liii.-il.iv Nllhl ill IrM ,M (11 INDY A: TUOL PK li n: -fAHACAS NKillTS" ROYAL IODAY. I.nvl 1' Shows :> ami H.:in i i 1'icturca pr eacnl STOP TH£ WtOOIMB' g~ She's nsrrying £ tits wrong father! J a %  %  Hi Wai ii %  ->*ln*f II I After ThrerMonths Kolidny %  Mrs. ... %  I Leaving This Afternoon 1 %  1 i rrnlYiV Back from Trinidad Holiday M ISS V I T tn i • met II ;. W A I and MI aaagfata MM I'\-sSfN(.l.hs mi. in, \,. H \ vr^tfrdas rrr Ml— Monk* Kinrh. Mr tlurlr* Ward BBki MJlmm* I int.iciMr. I mli .. %  i rarrylmt thrlr llltlr in a i>< t..l lt.il Short: "TKAIMMi FOR TWH'BI.E" ^11 sr ol ihc raaii : Extra MONDAY . and s.:io lal iTistaltnt'tit Columbia's Action Si i THI \ 'U.II.ASTE" rrlng : PalpiBYRD Lyto TA1.BOT VCUOII TlinlK AiHt'iilure TUESDAY t and WM 11 M I.I I hisi.-iliiienl) \\ i DNESDAa NIGHT ui s.:ut li Moat P.. (nil.tr Show in Toun KOUPE In ( Ml \< IS Ml.li tS I II II I \ ..ine Vn Jfj f.tr lluhint: hIW> j a ii in Uv rsasardai bj B.WJ.A. raiartUng to vrnwufij th^m. %  %  -HI vary >> a* tkrv midr thrlr \ HHI\ 1 ^ l>y Tl'A. to s(K-n WHITFIELDS WHITE Bit K—I bar 2.99—1.112 IAN A BLACK—I lin LSTAl... SANDALS I n—I"'. V Ml ah. i,. In (hildnii. S "JOHN WHITE" and "AVENUE" MM'I SI. „ I" M MM M \N--I II 1.1) ,,i,l \1(( III \ LamW Sk t YOUR SHOE STORE



PAGE 1

SUNDAY. Jt'l.Y a HH M M>\Y WHOCVTF P\GR TIIKIT T.C.A. At Colony Club Al iliai iiM'iiia UriTm Blockade n > .. H. "THE B*G LIFT Bmpiro Theatre %  A idlj .1 T :, .. required ind thai Aim •-graphically thi 1 the .m-iift In it* i bringing coal, food end medii ; %  %  %  %  n topped with high rut them. %  %  %  %  that I %  Avenue, with the riarblt* statuar) Notable 1 I I THI BIG 1.1*I • iU i i ..< hu%  h %  .1... %  %  i RH>. HOT \M Hl.l'K Over this weekend. UM Aquatic %  rare* RBD, Ji< 1 \ v Hulton, lick ol %  i i AT THE T.C.A. COCKTAIL PARTY. Pictuied lefi to right ore : Mr. Rod C. Machines. Dime-tor ol Pub : C A. in Montreal, at present holidaying here. Col. R. T. Michelm. Commissioner ol Police. Mr. John Clare. Manu Maclean's Magazine in Toronto; and silting, Mrs. Michelin. Mrs. Clare. Mrs. Stuart. Mr. Bill Stuart. T.C.A. Station Manager here and Mrs. Maclnnes. %  —— —' CockUfU forty At Colony Club %  %  V "i rhuri.; %  iiii; i . %  sdrl I %  III li Ml fllfl : the V S.A.A.l I. %  !%  .. In love with %  %  d on the da) ol tbeti iw %  f 1 %  CM I %  I a way ol \ rnell tt-i unobtni' : Cltfl PICTUHED HERE are a group ot the guests at the T.C.A. Cocktail Parly al the Colony Club on Thursday. They are : Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bird (Je/( ), Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Y. Simpson (Mi. Simpson ir, backing the camera), and Mr, and Mrs. Aubrey Boyce. Uruguay To Resume Mea! Shipments % 1'rum p*r I. 1 if in,in%  imp! %  %  Th,i i the I %  %  I %  i %  i -it AIIRIO' %  %  leeto l i Uni .. o rdoni id. %  %  I and n .:, r telo ..,-.. I i .'...: i % %  •' %  .... lo no conclusion lan< % % %  i bj In tourl Because the % % %  .. the i'' Had I tht i meanlne iirunt Lobel t„ n tin ,-. li plte of .til tht--. th • %  %  bullci a .jtume 0 %  pi %  Indulge in .i fall Harry more and Loul Call mount of i %  .' i %  rl i li in with UM type of i I lytna irllfi i r: act) %  i 1inK--| .irtirulni ; %  %  %  %  I ( iii.it in %  p tl roles .... ,i :i, < Worll fv,v,v,v.v/,'.v//-'.v,y//.v/.//////V*vvv, V,-//V-'*V>V>VV/'.V/V.V/V/VV'.VX.V/.'*V, Qt'A UaaodtiDn I Ijumli .11 ST Tin: um %  Oil III SI AMI nr.i.,*\.\rio\ 11*1. I#..VV sviwi.r or MURRAY'S MILK STOUT AX EXCELLENT HHi.XK AFTER A IH\ i i.X THE BHI.XV OHIHH )it it it i-s ,###,# STOVT FROM YOUR 1.MUH 1 H MAVXING A CO.. LTD.—AfcnU A REMINDER!! BUY PEEK FREAN BISCUITS TO-DAY. %  i %  i Ittu lUm .. i ir Involved with the under* I Hatnh %  %  1 I ' \s Jill I %  %  • III I %  %  horaell votved with nurdered Hla %  %  %  a a i panj All n... When they 'i". p b lea ....... i %  %  %  the crtttcal ey n* i xpl< % %  ptentj i he c iim i.i i.u; al led and newhat Viet flat ' %  I %  %  Till Rl l> DANUBE The Gloh .howtn %  % %  I Dai i ymore i Janet I elsjh f tt.> i %  ti'i itt,. (hen i'"ti i liota the . "in* liim led Mm So beautifully so easily beautiful because BnHbea daaaaai *>< I ^ mW. your | v IK* tpaikti*. Let your mirror tcfl uM lion dm %  :> %  -v ol p*in. gUmoui hairheaJtli' v :.-AW aaMMajeabh Bo'll "n nijkei v.. R iii.ft'.N-T ihctpcrdv, irttmy latfa tO p -y. Jark t .iti.i m fair. Ask R Brjrtf) i m boa Kjuiiiui youi hair > bel In lube, the tutt-h uiJ ihc Uigt #p"iy alar. there's more foam in BRYLFOAM THE OBIOIMAL CMAM Si'.AMPOO IN TUBE %  ... BW led i" keap jmi 4 cool and elegwil all tfcnragh UM daj \ YARDLEYr^ 7 AAVENDIH i tl \ \ H l> I I V • II %  LONDON r. -t./*. u +L ma SAC ECTRIC K • %  i. iM. %  • • %  en %  i Solid chromiumpi Met tundlo incorporating concealed lock. THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS nmuu! i.. m -i oirwiiNO ASK FOR THE FAMOUS \i i iin si: I>II*OIITAXT H:\II itis i.\ DIVE LARMEYT • made with Cup-lift Inserts of an exclusive, patented, fused porous material • give permanent, positive comfortable -upport. tmlored in Fashion latest silhouettes eaiy to launder never lose shape in wearing or washing I will not chale. rub or irr'ate restore form iron design" lze the Small Bust. Flatter the Averap B I Minimize the Large Bust I OUARAN TEED foi the life of the Bra. Kit \.l EKES / .xfiiisiri'ltj Stftit Hi ilf Mii:ii\ um ss SIIOJTI



PAGE 1

PACK IOIR SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, PICKWICK SCORKS ONLY VICTORY 1 Tient Ilndge rvi I I f -* innings total uf 223 Although the England liitMiicn in their ag C BJld *pell at the middle in mil %  %  rum of the S35 deficit • ii will be admitted thai tfir West Indies have place! thcmscivi Itlon 'or forcing HIOHLIOHT <-|->HK HIGHLIGHT ..f On am€, a del up by taking he nil to his -tumps SI'AKTAN S3 31 WASDKHrKS v Mjiidrtrr. I ;.. and Spartan T *nri (far I mklai WANDERERS rhO "i.. Iing Spartan by 66 runs on inning' and had !<> two Wtcfcetl for an additional 10 runs by the close of play on the lOCO n d das of : Park I bvtUU of Worrell rod Weekea, who in patting pB 288 fur It* fourth wicket the individual totnll l*um Worrell 21 ami Wccfcl 129 lowond lee record! ihi tpptor In another part of tab Hjut, Infer ex and | ire again rearing their ugh bend 14 Won ol the match. For rea i which 1 Cannot understand some schools of thought, not altogether nvr of the Cumbcrmcre wickets responsible, have been spreading it far and near th.it the West Indies or jj nin> jn er bowling II overs were due to make a total that would border on the unreal or the | lp ; ,i WJ1 bed UM bat-men In two miraculouand thai Worrell ind Waakaa would return preeggMut Inmiru |s mid dividual I THEV DID NOT T IIK.Y DID NOT. if we must judge ihaU perfoinianca by thi tantaH I not UM In mj "IFP*"" thai did extremely well and the team BJ ;i whole, ..(though than ami nothing In the auppnit* ing hatting I" exploit 'hirTUarUrig and enfeebling way in which Weekes and Worrell had treated the English howling on Fn I 1 think that the> need not DC I :.-id.i>\ performance. My argument is that whenever the key batsmen bat and the key %  if We. ton and Wor'""' l ,< ,l <**" n II thai IIVI n I th. West Indies lead Jed_th-i reuld have '••>" occasion* the players had to been 1RS5. return to the panrtllM for Tha i D Davte label i: re*oeardi end L-81 HUI put on an addli I am all td 4* runt, howfVar, ltefore they from tha Wi roi lhaM.CC for (ha day. St. Hill wai South Afriea and Australia vi | [our year* and thi g i. ,.. |,* I.. F PICKWICK only outright vtclorv in the first c f th* Flral Elavi • %  i ) i. The fiin-i i itnit.-1 in fli i innmj uui I iwa Wan ilei'ei.-; t.ikii, honoui ai iparlai r lici --i Carltun and Co Uajfl g uvei I %  !, I PICKWICK ubt ad an i < potnti *heh Ii*iiberinere for 3-' ruttl In tbeil Ph> 'h. it iond inningyaatardai) at Kenii. hi ng but they wen %  A little ram had fallen OJl the <. old not K rrom it Ml Pulite I...M2 Wirkrts Polki i var*waah %  < p iwu gunk arldtat T .1,* rddad b i • W.iiii.1 who WBl then 24 was tempted to come down to a wall flighted ball from K Hutd 'he bull SCORE BOARD %  tngton Oval .i. U* crickn matt h I'nkwiik daclarad -t 2Wi for tig wickets in thair H^t i %  schooll,vs fur M m their turn at the w.ckei I who was not out 3 and Ite. kle -ix continued tor OoaabarJ tbali nimngs altar M. wiehalj had f ri uM Ibt aravloua Saturday Becklai howavi i % %  .. i out %  aught b) Kldnnj H %  of Jordan whe "Mill *.KI H-*naer itpd kk i Taylor I I. ftnulh a TaMmr B lUrlMU Topnir. r Hr*4 b JoM. a—k.c. r Kidixv b Jonbn A..... ii s IJ*WH b T*-*i+i\*. iodar I b %  b Drad>ha>. II K H wareaa iatj %  Bvar b ariw 3. I b. 4 Total i (of 1 Kkti > W M.r-hjii and K Huhhin ut bat fall of w.rM. : I lor I. I (or ft). 1 lot ..I I f„t tot *. J tor Mr ii. i ioi J. % %  r %  V i. at IIUMIJNC \NAI.V'^ II I hH IN. t (t um nowi.ixa I tw One cannot pretend to he sal sfled WlUl th.' i August meeting which .losed last Thursday The i.umbers art dJ ti.buUd evenly enough, it is true, but in laces .Ike those ;i. they m-ght yet turn out to be merely lleticious. What happen, j hire was that moat of the owners thought tinD ( laai racOa would racntffl only one or two and they have enured horses from K riat This gives the effect of a large number in these .lice* when in point .f fact only a few are really E class horses nnd the n-t prom f 141. T fo. Thprt ^ wvn The other wicki-l to fall Wathat of o liarahall who to a lag break fn.m the s.irnit.iulci '!' %  Uaan i. ad 101 % %  i %  ind Muti hln •On had taken 2 for 19 i joiT,. ii Brew % %  i hail t.ik.-n w.iinarS placi thev took the score on b i • %  i for five UkM With the aeon at 135. the eighth vickat fell. Brawatai being caught i> I.in olT 'lie liowU rain-affeeted ng *.l W Qreanldga. I n ami %  %  %  ike the %  the almost impobti'ble talk of mak.. Th brought C Iha.l-i. ng 150 runs in 65 minutes to w.n Mnrn to,%  Aid not he match. The challenge was not howl..i t Warn inought back on Irom thi South and M. in aeon ra lit lor I l %  -Tie was last mai ll II Kir* 1 1 1 Wid A M 1. II %  1 %  11 S : J If til V w n w •snixr %  i %  i .ii wAMmnJi; W.lkf c 1 D i* up. IUlM> Ii Hr.l n Hill b r Aiktrami c rh.ob Phillip N Halll 1 I i. n.,tTi. • %  llro.ll b Plillllp '1 McDHI. M I ...it '.I I.I 1 %  • %  afca'-ia'i 1. no M 1 ran tie 1 b ill put n ;'3 i H i r I5S Victory In IM iHtontM? th the ta&k of nu %  %  nl their ownn . f, Hutd %  I ... %  %  • md Dgvla followed too i 13 %  %  % %  •. ,i. to tl all of 11 to fast bowlai P Phil .i, .I IUIWUM; UIAJ am I. V t I'MllilM 13 I •' II... %  1 I ft 0 1 s& TAX and IVNIKOI rafeaU %  Cav* r HJIH I. WilliBi... Il u tcmt..>, b wta Oiwi w %  Oorbaj b w.liu.1 Ivrk.i.. um am Wrlrh b Willlaiiu WIIBanM c Roe* b Kina HOWLING ANALYSIS Kmi 4 I pajllitai Oat iMinf I W Smitii r a b omrim Mr Ciller.! b fair i I,I. Wilk.r !'.. %  e *kpi b Wilkir in aojuatiy afi li mod dltplav, Four wlekati bad noa fallan f<.;.VI run. and 3 < *r an and Ma t Nourea, Rowan, McCarthy, Donnelly, SutcUffc and Hadlea Itut eould one comiwre linn poaalblllUai ol being diaw.ng cards with %  : Waakl walcOtt, Raniadhin. Vaiemt Johnson? ranked bight} wtta the world'i beat In then have proven tharnaelvei to be w nhj ol beini placi %  among ihi beat i the world today VI. TOOK THEIR TIME A %  %  %  tad the Weal Indnea team look accintonui' to Kngii'h rnndltlona, but the (act that lhaj bavi up a I. on ovei Bva hundred In .. da) and thei huge lol.il i i ''•' %  i agaltiNt IA-HI -liisluii' in ,i da> lius tlatiiix I tin cricketers who play cricket (or the gamaVl sake, at It is mapl 'TIKWaat huiic ran luatlnahly claun that thev are th. ineond ^V* took the acor * 2S wh *" biggest attractions in the worlil Uiay. and "i wh% should tinInterAlK, ns mititned a delivery from national I'mkei Conuntttae Ignore then ilaunsP.ir anothai >i~ii to Marthall and wa'out lb w Harris Brudand bel a % %  u alapaa and B. n. M^rm played out time 1 •..inp.i'hi-oil nun the English view that F.iiglaml is ptaylru t'-' annglng the score to 31. Harris much cricket find .me free ened that this quaaoan will ba reviewed in the light of f'arlion 51 and (for 7 wku) —183 of the tremendous progre** which the Wesl Indies have made ONLY i me and 4 runs rtOOd Hutchlni iheMC.t ....r: %  ind iiu ri^t Test match. between Cariton and victory in pull to leg Why should aomc M lha greataet batamen In the world bo allowed their match againat Police ..i including Avc fou I"" ,: '' ll1 %  '*' I'"SMW> reure rrom lha name before Ihej are given Carllon yeatardaj PoUce howavai Lawleaa loined F. the opportunity to vlttt Eng^nd again TOO MANY RUN OUT T IE w*i %  having that] own headache about batamen being run out but thi to IKaffe.tini: (il.iveis in Flrit rlaat Counli erleket In England u well Hare !• 'HMII--1 liiBlai, ITaylo.lb w. b Fdahill I • %  vi ||| i I. %  %  I. F.Hhill I %  ..n ', rdait.n ll. (iivrnidJii. H | n-r.-lr. I ..I. (Jr*tiidr > %  bK Ituu-a.nM.n II .M %  i took I 1111 .1 i realv %  a. r. II. r | .i give U k : % %  %  n to B It B i it ball ol t one on centre stump that deceived Luce I and I %  low 87 To Qaj The ion went up after aboul %  || a* varwaak score %  I (... 7*. f\.r 101. i ror las a i in R.IWI mo VN*I van O M. 1 t> W.'iiam. 1 I 11 I . 4 1 ir^. 1 <„r 10. IALV nOWMNC AN.Mlsi. , c.-il, II |T Cave r wkpr b Klna 11 niB>n William. 11 H.i*t-hm-.n>i rim mil | PrrHliu c Rmllh b Willia'n. I W-lrb IH.I .ml • Will %  -. i. % %  %  I fatal ifai wki-1 as i He 1L 1 fur 44. 3 Id K. fan as. & f n m. a t. TO mtwi ma A* 'M varg •. M. R V if plaj nuleft Cariton imre runi to make in an nitei with iv hour in forcing the pace, sk pper M Hutchlnaon played on one from Brndahaw t>> initurnpi Rrnd.had hail shortened the ball "hlch and 12 repectiveiy. pad jt 56 I g > Cave and ParGiven 155 runs to make for ii opanad Uu innings on an v ctorjr ir 80 minutes. ,-..-> wicket againat tha bowling opattad with Mr, Mc Cotnai one from G. class. Of course I do not think that thin smaller than exp*-led entry bodes ill for Barbados racing. II is merely a circumstance oc> hy an extraordinary number of illnesses, and breakdowns on one hand and a few who are being withheld for future meetings. The illness-breakdown lit is lengthy Indeed I have counted at least a lOUnd doaen who had chances of racing in August and there might in* one or two more. These include such as I'aclora. Drakes Drum, BOV, St. Moritz, Lady Belle. Atomic II. Perseverance. Usher, Seawell. Identify, Wateibellc. and Bonnie Lass. Those waiting a Liter opportunity include Bow HellHilo, Soprano and Diu.. %  < %  the la-', three all two-year-olds. Perhaps there is another factor which will always make our August meetings suffer for the want of a numerous entry and Dial is the time of the year at which it is held. Wedged in ht t wa au tha T.T.C. June meeting and the Arlma Hxturc one can hardlv expect Trinidad owners and trainers to treat it seriously unless 0UI stakes were much larger. As there is no likelihood of us surpassing • iiher of these two meetings with stoke value we might as well resign ourselves to the fact that our August fix tun* will always bo mainlv locally supported. If the entries on a whole do not please me then I might as we 1 say thai the one for the Derby has driven me almost to di'gust Thai W0 should come down to six in such a year of quantity and qua] I aj uare e y e a r-oldi li ttttla dwri of tragic. Bow Ba] wai int mated all along wou'd not be Thi \' %  when Crors Bow arrived (> i V Ifiokln I ll pad thai *e might aea B< , V. %  v. learned that sh" would not, then wi p % %  . I Watei !.... %  r'.orii lii :%  for no %  %  aaacd Inn .-.i ance work than I lag and he i0u wa* on the elimination list. Thlj leaves tut with Watercress and five opponents who altrou • i i I..-.'-. annil decidedly backward and not capable Ol keeping up a good gallop over nine furlongs Oik | I put forward the plea let us have our Guineas in August, our %  i in November. It is possible that the most interesting racing for the inc. tn Will he Bean In the C" class races. Even in the Maiden Stakes, with %  !ily live entrants, it will not be easy to pick the winner. In the Mid Summer Stakes over 74 furlongs it will be more difficult Ba far 1 have only seen one of thesnine entrants on whom I would 1.1 place anj money, Then in the handleapa on the second and third ..... || |i quite probable that the winners of the lir*t day might well find the opposition |00 keen to repeat I am therefore looking forward lo some very evenly divided spoils in this class for the inlire meeting Of the two-year-olds Uttle can be Bald at present. Naturally .. big Ally like Best Wishes will always attract the attention most but it has been frequently the case that the small ones haw tc l>e seen racing first before one can decide anything about them %  the. got tin Pol, thi lean DOW lad Will Hi • I but he hit WATER POLO INTERESTING %  HH a/ai : Polo League %  ertea li now becoming very interesting itumlas, (last year*! Ind Sea Scouts) are again doing well having won all then matcnea i layed ao fai lo %  core ; potnti Maaraat t them ar. B BworaOah with three points Kish and Bwi rdtlsl follow with two points each Bonii.e. however, are one match ahead ol the othen .md the) are faced with tt.e hard taak ol m aatlni lha rorrnldabla Snapper* : %  am an Ihui Snappei* who beal Police In then laat fixture -i* foali la lovi are going all oui to cam "" the i ^-i 1 ri" 1 other match on Thuradu will also iBw/rdflan and Plying Fish who nn both lying one before laat m the league table have a chance ol lumping Lui pointi in (hen Aral Inning made vy and bowled out Cariton N..nh and for 51 PuUoe went Uick and Hutcl e.uriiil then over week score of batted llowlj 100 for 5 tn 158. giving Carllon '""'^ 187 to make m ISO minutes for Brad*haw's Kifth victory AI cloae of play, Cariton itradshaw got ins tifth wicket got 183 out of Iherri with a whan ba got %  dcclaion lor leg wickets i lt hand. before against W. Qreenldge. The Although l-ailtnii was near to I'dal core was I hen 1 * for 'i ,nd winning, there traj .. tune when OraeflldgeJ* was s the match could have body's. Through' Innings, Cariton was Clock w.ih a wicket falling now If"* ,1,u hl at *ep and again to Police. Hiadshaw. Police's nuinbi'r one Williams and Cnrbln. Cave it by Harrison off Willlanu without adding to his overweak -roie Williamwho was iffiuTUS SIS '"'" %  %  —v 5 Dad the remaining Datsmen in trouble and alter .in hour's play. Lodge were all out for 81 The bowling honours went to J. A HulchJ nil the core il I Itradshaw continued fuun ih against the bowling of J A William* and Corbin The first deUvary from J. A. Williams was hustled to the boundary by Mr He Cornle, and it looked as tliey would net the run. 1 %  3d runs were up In th< first ) %  ". ilnutes of play. Williams. Lodge However it can be said that by general looks and babavtof ul who to .. i< keti promising lot. I have already had something to say about this year's crop of -year-olds when I was discussing some Irom first impress!.. T others merely from breeding and hcrcsav It might not be out of to give further Impressions of those who have nn.\ although I am yet to see Miracle and C.allant Hawk. There are eight entered and ns I said above Bag) v. out on looks. She is already IS hands 3) inches tall and. as 1 have no the ball away from the bat doubt she will continue to grow, by the time she is thncheeked the rate of scoring, and will be a g-d 16 hands. There are few creoles bred 1 Lodge soon lost iheir flrst wievvhlch have grown to this height and still fewer m pl.u es like Trinidad, ket when Corbin clean bowled Grenada nn d n.<;. Therefore on ahn alone St Vincent can be proud Ki l ra i' 2?V l i L'" ,KaI lhncer he got four boundaries This nnd Glasgow was having a go developing type and since laat January, when I saw him first, he ho-; 7. and u-en growing stendily Into better prOOOrtlona Hll quartan are not Glasgow ,, u ii e ;is massive as Atomic il. which is only to be expected Dunask not being as well fitted out in this respect as O.T.C. But lli.iehn.snn than mined Cave he „ mllld5 „ u miu .i, „ r Alo|Ta „ n tnc With %  lead Of 19 runs the .i | WOnl after in, and m the tiist tifleen min* t.-. made 30 inns, all of which ra cored by C w Smith. a a time when jr.II..h aud Fl,„,k %  """<" lP g* :•",, ; V '.' '.;; j-agSJ ','r''.",, ,,";", '', ko r "' ' %  hiuZ a, ^,n e X th. P— -<•, %  .111 n,„ b. >„ „,,. „„,„.,1. uu,,, mum l.t.r. %  n( the dav were from Edg. were undefeated %  M and m Cove upenwi the Lodge attack woree when can was caught be,i courm IM hat nra to tins may teem natural bul it is not all ol hll lull. OreenMge and K HutcMn"' sl "**'. ,v .:J. v ,.. •"" lunch, and Boca a*a soori H^ # y i J !" I ftSE b wl i at which have It Bometlmaa I wondei where ha got it Iran. Andy had It, lied Ensign had it. and thev were two Ol the beat ballI have ever seen. But neither Carlo Boj nor Balorna had it, and they ^droveono came in to loin Welch, but hi^ e"-c punks. On the strength ol this Clement.na .houl.i .„ third pi., i • %  match. and 48. The> both gave chances 1IAHRIS4)N College Mined flral ,,( WllkJe'l dellverlet lot four to rtay was not lone liefore he e hl r overweek the Lodge BChoOl ended iaaa* I I men I Ud With the -ore at ISd minutes n.ore for play Williamhaj one of the few with a Roman nose that has ever Impre /ere was poor fielding on the ir a draw. There wOno play on for 8, they^ ^gSSSiJSSA^iJm ""'-.!*:. !" *Jl C .?l" e ult WcK h Rul ^ h 'ls so sn,a11 lh "' "he will have to nniHei plent) hind (he wicket f Cariton who tooh :i for"*! I-OIMII: ra OOLUtGI aant ba.k with the aeore at mi. lug tor ll run... The Score 3 for 4? ami 2 foi ]'i i, ;.,. t ., ., Collrge M aid ilUr K ukl. deed > The wokei was pUtyln| eaay al I n %  11. It was only a short Hutchlnaon and Brickie ':• thb utage and Wllllanu who had spkee of time alter, that iVrkiiv played good innlngi for 53 Lodge SI and tfor 6 skM K.i Qlttens I %  %  %  %  ing (or England, Tnun Harold Bynoa, who will i have to hold on to their sub%  hoUlo be very exciting part of Cariton Not less than the recond da) and 1-odge reGUM I and Mlackn kdc 19. -8 played out die tii get : A here with her ntempnrarii of qualitv NEW Mobiloil r*7r/i Amazing Sew Protective Properties For Your Car's Engine Keen* tnglnes Cleaner — N-. Mobiloil ha< p*>ial Clranint proprniet -hich preveni carbon dcfoailj f(om forming on vital engine pans—bearing*, talvr*. ontuni. ringi. Improvoi Cor Parformanco — Because N." Mahl l al l HII ketp your ea ghu .Iranei ou'll gel more pv'f — •'•" faaier. at*lraie ajukker, pifoim imooihn on long drt*e. Prolong* Englna'k Life—Claaawrraartacauea iM.fii.iion. lra> wear, few mginr wiit reejuaart lower repair* and aearhaula. give more yeara o' dependable atillfti Tell raw dea l er tadav iw change > our oil lo Nl Mubilull I iibisii anarin a CM LU. %  *e *aw *i Shave smoother, closer. more comfortably than ever before. SPECIALLY DESIGNED... X for the Biroctt. it slim and elegant in appearance with in a case* ii grey, blue, maroon and black with cap* in gkajntng silvery argenitc. Birocttc gives true Biro service and urwridee a bandy means of wtiting at any time or ptacc. r' > Birocnc has already made thousands of writing niondi MiKc its recent introduction. Your Biro dealer will be delighted to demonstrate the Biroene and to supply you with refill* D S'MO KelilU i/uyeite a pen planned for a purpose iTraPuMPH.



PAGE 1

SUNDAY. JULY 23. 195(1 SUNDAY ADVOCATE England Fights Back Well I'M.I • Krso. Mf 1 mates'. come-back* vvei Test .ncket. '' !" ""u • Mil ik p., ,„.„.,. i-i ^i'.i %  % % %  %  : : %  %  ->•> Revenge r^_ u rii .u, r "-*'*-f*. wwr %  been suojailu.a[ „ nil „ (ll „ tl| ,0/_,_, ^ to the brutal violence ol Weeke. encae. >o n Jt good it a uill* and u> the more refined ir more .... Caribbean jSi de *" excruciatini.-_ loiiine ot worieii nc had worxed wiWoui under toe n tagging '•swiged himself "to the fun* bar. inn thtaVcident iioliiw. loo wu to aome extent 'houla win m mod i ( I1^ x "' a t w J" *""* • Uoru **• cou ** e & %  >< Prt.net.i tot the valuab e wickt of Weekei f*"'>• : MsUBUii,. oU b/ binuell. and the 2 he -' %  concafisod s.-tnetW SccurrU too*, have made hi* The first Test ui 1*4* i i ? !" >S S,' much n^ readable 0f* firmly -in the u-.,.' when ime when we lost toe matcn at < h * Barbados -*•-.. tqer ylayed a ... M*" "" turn to any thai 'ol ""usual trick ami natcbM coui. ...j.-ciru into me.r youribl., inn We i-te toe wees>cr,u su.. *vci %  u lwu.> be Hi .uiumand ul ur situation an,, W*UM %  LlOtllCi. aallLI HM ulatag Luiihdentl) <....!„. i J aad Jutuuan . %  '. .I.MII u m Hrd*er next at* —earn tar du;-a tioju'ia kMMfeaJ MMlo iaidle> a( aanj ana JahntMin raumt b> I %  -a**", tta m auh m *|Wr pravia mi kvnae ui>*'i" and amuar IIHIII b) Minimi a lu IDI Valenun* cam* and •v tttjo, fodnvourad tnalch J few boundant Hedsrr m ti | overs had been com, bBfOrf the P u}i>i, M l.t|h|B% 1 • * % %  For a brief r %  %  ,plll rathei thaa %  *'!. i pray, and all re.n-hed anaitBI bggWl Ur.i it *oi gOOO i me oath The two )rOttngBMn Kept peg(.in*; .IVIJ* Lut tinbatmen Brat* IP nv wav discomforted and the %  ( %  : itcadlb %  long arllh %  ring sporThc nearest we came to • wai when Ha mad h in beat Washbrook with the score at 8* Tranwra had the opportunity u bod the batsman then 38 It apafffc "n the track oub rcrl to be a very__c_loae call and barraU d|[ai;i veter nwniln| cood gal BW| DV*| •'• JULY 23 Sun Qtw.en 9 Storm's Gift Impre&niw l toe contributor]! cnura ol v,cl '-' %  • fr "' <* lrserviiw hands """' |l '* 1 *"'"* '" U P" that coUapaa was Ui laUurt of A *"" " Trinidad bi the same "*' u on >> ul "<' our batung This statement ap. srr "rain rushed To Uie rcactw Huli e "" pears to have caused a rnnrirtar "' AIN-B'S team If the Waft Inwlln COdad ignomi not %  reporu. . more mut we feai %  %  fi i AM 00 19 %  liattinif Failure '"* rt,,(Ilr "i' pouda t-ntlne I Seven WeM [ndlan .. i iniM it HTIU u understood Thr BH*i that I am inviting no second sputa '' wa* a capacity S.turuaV> •!• iun* in 80 miiuu., ol letters to the editor when 1 en Vfi •* %  W.. i ...^ p ta ia ga ntPBjd write now that we saw a batting walked Troin the pavilion thi> Bviry credit must Iw glyai failure to-day Collaterally wo '"*rnU) to the w -t IIUIM, of Alec Bedaer who had w o bowling triumph — a tri^ WiPg hand* and wakonnna steadily yesterday and muat i, I'mpb from wnl.-h I have no WUHI heers Ones again there hao l'''a*el with to-day* results H to detract — but if you still feel Uli Jjjht rain and to* bcavy was ubl *' ,n w reak his vengeai... u!V b ?'i um tKMd ,nc ,a of motor rwllei wgu, rwn ovr the "•* %  loniwntor> H. t.-. Z-S£ f t 3** a £_VS p; V 535 pUcb bc,ort ^mnption There " * • ** -d* '" M | y %  : < ^*^. Im MM i. n ., tttti raoa uaanlng • %  A % %  Mrwung ttuouflg SlSsFs a^^SS s srf m "" Thuraday an.1 the even ncne. We *J* was .1.11 hnipin K luneheun (•sumption because of rain A hfht rott appealed What for. I do a because the batsman had nnt appeared to move Three t there, was another f the i .-. Ill H IUMI man gi '< "i ir ronest almiil it and no rurttMH pi*] w... i>o--tble The I re W38* for imtir with k M and Suni Raoraa bat %  I * i >.< raaakH mini. Taiain • <^i— an* n b anl..r iienune a I %  %  .. %  wWl A S %  tnhai they t %  No a |too Ui i :>* .1 5 Klower: am in bs i s (IV. It: I NO. 129 The Topic of Last Week •' vary 'I'.lliun u. \u l>..x in I J. .. Ughj rain Foxgloxe box to bo i mioi labli on ami Battalion: box to U>X in I 24 4 8 netther ait I r.inch 1 ' On of Woriell, Weekoi, Rae and X iollmeyer afterwards had nut (he ,Jk V h,s M: ul "^"^ ,h bowling c Tf w * *' hl side into an unassailable position ' Hw *'' fr oi" the pavilion end ," I shudder to think what would New Uall have happened if uMM men had BHWIIW: *N Yaidlejdid not give i|. : merely made .espcctabla scores second over, but bTOUgtl „ p r sUaight awav Tlu | Best (.'mud look the new >w,Il during the It was a pity that rain intercourse of the over and brouaht fried so much wit), this after, two leg Blip, into pasltHM aSSLfte IT *" s *"• Worrell reached In. 25 a stroke ended day of the_presant malch before the Innings toulled 500 ocioi-k th!s Ten mjnutas had sddad 21 iwut ami the and long before ning there wi.< $£ tiyjuSr n stmifssi! I queue be K a„ to torra before mln"^ ? 5 ml Ulefc Th >" I"" 1 quei prorilghtand" *J>aaZ JilL.^W -J* 247 hjurth •tti Km. wiifcel the earlvhour^ i";*" ^ wh '' Ww " nd Walcott had establL-heo this year pk joined it frorri Of this morning. Traffltewas lammed over a coni 1 Slirr e>' At 503 tlu? pair BaM Mticruble distanciand wh.n •* Mi pg^taWllnlp of Hutgalas opened at 10 o'clock speclo nnOH' and the Bniflai.'i Ksorj raaenBd .1-a .itt. i hall mi houi at the but Tlie truing was slow and the BOOM was II when Ooddard mada his ftrai Avtm fter thraa quartan of sn hour'thipavilion end from worrgf) and Washbrook raised a bin olause when he drove the new Kiwler back along the turf to ihe pavilion t<> relieve the monotenty-seven Johr I V-'s C-Mtiri \'ai>ni'w "THIS ENGLAND!'' %  '"'< OW in tJ given .. taste %  I :. nultaa] Bun i ii.arorkad ab •*'ing the box to box m I 30 and I II .;.,-en Blwaj =rd llii'.shin.' vei y ii Rvi ui M' i Bi sllovrad io stride out proparb and did •' in i U Bidatead ran wall wtthta herf to tlo a box lo box in 1 33 i the bit LONDON July U West Indian cricket has adduced almost lo Ihe same extern Tnghsh crick*! lias declined Bi BriafM Vvonel doing I 26 -i aaaaft aaai %  %  tU.Kl 'HI am iw a—.ii J( .j M t".t pal I BaHM to mr h, it ihr work Hlil H %  M i A. M Ift'l down IB HI" %  qu %  • i.il.,.-. %  Ids > m I BnaHsB sMara %  Worrell Out It was .not long before the crowd had something lo cheer Dt-lciminaliiin • ">val In on. the -roulrt hava taken H return from I'roof — if this but i,. a/gg aapanmav provided by ih. thfl end of hll run by Sn Pelham ed the chance whan he wrote a prafBCB ol an ic.nunl of the flrsl West Indian otn in England He wrote % %  fhe team lonXrOVed ii. bj day and at ihe end al th tour was quite equal to first class cricket" As ir it were not painful enough itnesa the degradation of Engencket—one reads such scornful headlines as "Thii England " of yesterday's heroe*. Psseni~by naturally disappointed to'see Their At "this rtage pi'av~V.7s r-ekTup Th, "ecount of the firs; West In. naro go within such close range of ol ,W(, nty minutes due to rain— an Acre comUeorge Headley's 2<0 still toe uh, n % %  ? raln ' course, you %  •Idp detour h.ghcat score ever nit by a West wl understand Ji^it this 1 no Pol,,, A. Work SS'MSS, Sffilri Z SVSST "'£&&%. '" • ^ pass*" """• was an Impossible f. av J h J ,n whera spectators rose in ., S5> C oniez shouled an ear splitTha England tea ling appr.il against Simpson, hut ''. "All Weft Indi •vicketJ fc Shortly after 9 o'clock, a elgud g Wor "' W one Vrom *£anTa£. {LSgJh began to gather outside the Black ^* !" r "" the "e hands of .,ut loss, the ope,,.., lagfl BJ Eoy Hotel, the West Indies headardley standing fairly deep al grimly determined not to repeal quarters Inside an hour about 500 1 ra ^ ' "P and the BnglWi -I eir first innings failures Qodpecple blocked the pavement japtain made no mUUke about dard now switched lo a partial ami stretched half-way across the bringing th, Toad waiting to see the departure aad close. B i fji/i ad ivitli .1 '>• ieie nee I Bvan i end for the first time of makeN Trent Bridie a little easier tuaUy Silk IManl canuj gwai ,i itch, but he had only bowl'o lake I..I^*. b> return %  over aGomez > relief Aflrr a i( 1( hapj^ned iiefore A|>ollos tun t must liav. i, BUI Bgall) held up plav Worrell and Weekes were born I Itla nice Fingw llil i iMl Could ,A' —> %  % %  I %  • % %  '%  I SliMlWIU • II n..-r tin. . %  .,...!. %  ^'11 Ml I % %  I | II | | ...II Wl ilr our Ii..|.„.n.,., fi.l.l-i.. i aiiari i,., ... f. • „ .• "• %  W* Jr..i-.III. tflrr aponBored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the: bUndera of J & R RUM ilong ar passed whe ntatch ! %  lme from the Radcliffv Bpd i 1 i,, '' r, "" k "" P"**! when Tomorrow morning I know that '" P la ^e of Shackleton. England ^'hbronk got houndarv uWopgh nt least,one of mv English colv, v now n 'heir toes and Bed V"' N '",'\ w "" ol :' '' hi l! leagues In the press box will be %  who had dismissed Worfe.l [J 0 .^"g?"_ * *"T> carrying a story illustrating the gave them even greater joy h> ^!''"i *"TK, Ur h I, U ,V, ... ' ^Ji" . penalties of braggadocio This i<* ''lean bowling Walrott unfair, because it Is Just not true 833—5—8 Jubilation This was the equal of the grOBtThere was jubilation ,p^er what Ml total ever made by either team he had done. There was hope as i" Ihe tests, and Gomez, who now what he might accomplish, joined Weekes. quickly carried before the ward. This halfway mark h rorna after adti u ty live mmut '/ ri n it If ul Cricket 7 earn Com tng Surely this la only naturaf and if beyond the 533 "made by Engcannot be called the boorish boastland in Kingston fifteen years ngo ing which the papers would impui" VTaasaaal C'aiiKht England ^ have made an excelrhe pendulum was now swingl £5fJo the "' "SfSS V ^' lur ," 1|1 hatk from 1 > S ^"k and nex". ond both Simpson and Washbrook UV er Hollies got Weckcs ...ught umufTlad metho.llc.il manner "^ ' >h plenty of punch l. which is toe hallmark of the £" ul ' to the long on boundary English approach to life in gen"' %  not get it around anough, era! and cricket in particular prol>abt> it broke more than rH h is to be ndmirrd. perhaps it eapcclcd. and HolUes lor* a not Is to be emulated But 1 mu't '"urn. III. innings wa A ciicKet team lepiCscnting the Y..utbful Primers' Association ol '"''L Trinidad is expected to arrive When tea was take,,i the score H rc by thv ~ Cmn iuUmn Cruisarl*l n, JJ* f r no W 1 ***'Washhrwk M August B. BJ gu.-tof thu ••l Simpson 23 At the last hnll Advocate Sporls Club to play a sUDnnl reries of games M ith local teaiiu-. uteival John W.' 'r" ,l le f D ,a r ntI hurt""hh fhe gameget underway • %  %  imulder m the orocess. and August 8 when they are carded "••urrendered the ball although to meet Veteranin a two dav • h"re was still one more delivery game •" ^ madf ',, J Thoy expeel to meet an Kb-,,,, nAfter Teu tan Teachers XI on A14UU ; The weather was still mleetabh and the Ifrsl Te-l against Un grcj and cold ujwn resumption Advocate wjll open on August 13 ifTej tea Nearly all of Ihe 25.nun and continue on the following utople here donned their mac'lay. The second Tesl Is achemimax the visit %  "' exiually afTected. but The proprietor of a Trinidad Mowed Rnmadhin to join two Sporting Printing Associafrom ihe pavilion end lions. r my own We-t Indian attitude in the 'Daily Mail" competition for abandonment and enjoyment, the fastest hundred this season — \* |; In Every Packe* of .V-V.'.W.VftVV'/.'.V* XHVINCJ YEAST-VITE THERE'S PAIN RELIEF AND TONIC BENEFIT Yea — Yeast-Vita quicUT soothes away headaches, neuralgia, nerve sod rhcunuuic pains — but it docs something else too f Because of its valuable tonic properties Yeast-Vuc helps you lo feel brighter, look better, sJeep more easily and enjoy more energy. Next lime you wsnt pain relief take Yeaat-Viir and get tonic benefit too' FIT A Fit AM OIL FILTER FOR < (IMPUTE ENGINE PROTOTiON WE CARRY TYPES FOR ALL POPULAR ENOLISII AND AMERICAN CARS AND TRUCKS A TRAM WILL SAVE SOU BREAKDOWNS. TIME AND MONEY It has now bwn proved by practical tests that by tin Mmplp addition o( a PRAM, the life of an internal combustion engine can be trebled, cost substantially reduced and engine efficiency increased • I ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET DIAL 4269 .V.W,'-WV/ ( '///A'.V,V/r%%M(a VOU can't be really hi unless you're clean iriiraV Noi on]*, does Aodrcwt provide a "fizgy refreshing drink ;>: take food cati of aaasr C/aaanawss too I Andrew* dues its health-g;vnu; work in four stages It deans ibe m settles the stomach. I00C U| finally, gently clean the bowels Remember your Andrew* when ami u.ik.is the taoinutg Also, at any lime during tiaf day, just take one uraspuonlui in j glass of cold water io makes tnceoi |ua> ming that\ what Hrylwrccm'.t him • you And n means i mK li nkon basfl djM I'or BrvKrceni *.ontmis muj luirih. I -iltliv WBJ IN pure cmulsili.il oils' roon J (.name and banMb Dn Mm. Osndiult an.l I i^hl ScBtfl A k fa Brykrccm mosl men do. DAY LONG SMAHTNFSS LASTING HAIR HEALTH Thils thn DOUBLE BENEFIT ol BRYLCIEEM '-'.**-,•,-,•,-.-,-,•, %  „-.-, %  -,•.*,*.',-. —: awi --*.-,',-,*,'-*,--•, ^s>vBARBADOS TURF CLUB RACES MONDAY, ith Al (il ST. PI... (MASK Mill II) n THURSDAY, \i I.I si |.|-,n StriHKAV. I2il. \l 1.1 l MM TWENTV Mil It BVI SIS IS \l I EKillTEVI SIS I II HUM l-IKST ItAt h. i:\< II KAV I mi P M The ] S I.KI'KTAKI ..ill In.illm.illv IUMMI ..II r'KIIMY III. AUGUST. 1930, al I mi p.m n.,1 drawn f..r on FBIDAY nil. Mi.I I HSU, ,,i (he GRAND STAND u l.un l.m Tickets ran I... ,.urHMW l fr Ill I.ISI KKMI SM.I.IKS .III I.. 4 till inn sn FRIDA1 inii Al GIST, lusii Tin. plan f..r ..iinii.s t in (.it \sn M i\n will he opened, iIi Hows:— To SITIslTIIlll Us JULY. IUSII Till USD \v. L-;ih To THI GKNKKAI. I't'lll.lt i, MONDA* llal Jt.LY ls, between Ihe hours „i ... II4U Qsaui p'r lia> i M Puddn. k |i. i l>.,. |1J| Ladies Seawm (il'lIlN S.-.lsnn ',/ FIELD STANDPar Fsrsea par l>... SB. No Pauses for re-adiiiill.uiiiwill he/ All Bookings close al Ike "Ml / on SATURDAY. ".Hi \l I.I s| n.-,o PosrrivKi.Y NO BOOKISI.S BY n.i ti WILL BK At ( I ITKI1 l. \ I I / S.-J



PAGE 1

I'M.I SIX sl'MiAY UIVOCATF SUNDAY, HIV P. MM Britain's Trade f Lnion Congress Hj Herbert Trwee* "At The Cross-roads Of The Present" Asthma Mucus Dissolved 1st. Day Thr eiigui Union Congress KM yeai due 1 itive uikfii b> a local lniibefore !::< % %  ..rional av.-mbly %  >. Hash ..nion delegation*. meeting annually, tinTrade* Councils Served between unionKiiin Jon which ill* Trades Council i. Council-. MJ Imlhu pmpor today. 'Vn. .11 recou tm in England an < V I rades Council U am I U on A: the Annual metal • i-i.tr-rence thi* r ww | M" w ** c greeting here durV Ymi TW gathering is fton. on Mian a happ> coincidence — Ml your part. i manifestai your lerttruj II h i l( mm i Admission to the into con' cure was. in thnrt pi-,.%  '"> '* !" > ' ftirictod lo delegate* of Tradpolicy, but to policy, and no known communist "-.'.!"* P* or anybody belonging 11 an or* ganisatlon prescribed by the T.U C could be appointed as %  This Is the first time communistic Influences have been excluded from the conference, in ,,, with a rule laid down by the TUC General Council in its efforts to counteract communist irifiltrtftmii Into the trade union • decition of thr •OM in Bridlinglon in 1949 that interference %  %  r n want, rimer I p-.licy or tU m | i vigilance It nUd UK: that tne maehuiBan been m u| ittfui fruit, which w proM trade union„ 1( rll of )us%  %  %  -•:erhood and peace .bsence or thai spirit which mu' ad as one of the prlnci' %  4 men in modern society MM multitude of unlmrvlni rvaUon from ui menl Upon their misery and then ..-menl feeds the spirit ol •vll that seeks to turn them nwa> Inm. Chris*, the tru la i ,it iiM-in Into .i ti<-Kt | athefsnt jind materially, to enmesh them In the mecbaniam of there has social organizations in contradicr(ll M Iheu cant blame ssw that, ani/tcov • • ^understanding of the .iifnculty of the -itLiat. D to-day. In a !• Iready arisen in moa! mon i *aje ran n dj rr J^* ,;,..(*ru Ap sed*.. V. I ;n* %  |0' But in the light %  JJ^'J "• .i t facu. the| manage menl which is being del I hi re of thoae poesl %  %  make men loso important and thai which IUn .i nightmare precisely on thee old Industrial We me.in the imminent B i jH'MMiaiient threat of uneni... . ....... %  ^ration and assurance ol normal h. by us urblnc Ih I 4U 1 I hv Mranillni II %  ,%  %  r*at'ul ulrap *••-•(•—lh^ pt— rl->irruUI** lfcrif> i u.. .ii.. k. T* Hi al IDMII and *• •mir-iy .„>ma aad a ra w -aiUa In n*i( •> ihoiiati i—t mai •'• auf.... M.-A. a to e r 0 "•• %  —*t (*l* % %  op yout Aiinma in %  dad or monvv bar* on roturn ol >n protect* tk akin from dart ID.I din .. gaardi -* ••"" %  •ua uvenient. ft'.C Council, therefore, presupp—. i order established by influence ol policy conforming with the ducloyalty to this p r When I IJ.HI Mimtfil '" the dawling light ;ne Catholic social movemei.' ,.f the Church, supported ral of beautiful promises, by the bold r llC t al policy marked by a pi' M the %  pprovel of organizations I members of proacnb< •'• boundless success. m | iranteha| 'he mattl organisation> is not lo the trade ttatj .ire letnpled to yield to easy j aw und consequently by *ub),-ritual Interests of the people umun in".' MM I U ( illusions, which can only lead Je< .t, on 0 f the private owner In present conditions ban must apply them to %  new and fearful social (0t| ro i of i ne means of production ,. Ufe: such a policy should bt upheaval What an awakeniiig t/ Juridk| obligations in favour ^ported by the vote of every ferenee, the %  " "ffi the worker. %  I'tee was lh ee gulden dxeanasi % %  "rt that (Kith with t'nl> the i-omlilnation of .ill He wj n the naoeerna n l .mt in the gen* 00,, v !" ^ "• !nr cm "' u "" lr %  ial p< It -irection for .niuni i<( v D Prescription • H1MM S^w dM> — mmck tm your SBB*. %  m-o U> workl over Iran n si they do BO othrr beaoly %  —m -u.*m-ali> raokafl st all .,,..„, M good for trratiac Uttlr bk-auaara. s*eer gteaay. • Hasrllae Snow akoaid be yaar daily choice. HAZEL1NE SNOW URItOtJGBS WELLCOME CO. PRODUCT eral community the prestige !l %  Of tl veal majority .,f rradea Council and thereiie ability to MTVC trade union I'nder Scrutiny The Trades COUOCihl b unhappily, infested with eonununum for some time past ODC Of I ConttDL. the oldest of them, the London H../ lairned f'ti '.item Trades Council—established in trr nnmlnata Hfjeaeimiiraa hi %  1860—for example, has been under ""U^ local DOOsM, such as local the scrutiny of the T.U C. General employment i^mmittees. insurance Cuunril because of its ,*rsistenee cal,''"""'"' in foUowlng a communist lint '"' NaUonal Health AcU i and giving its supliort to comimi, ""_ I JK ;''! I DjM^aeplred .cttvil.es .nd to some n ro ^n>rniUeea. id ioc.,1 apunofflcial strikes Following P~ "„M ' f v r, u """' numcous representalions from ".a !" "'!"; r ,„,„, ,n the melropolilan are.!'. ^g^ %  bout the th *£* n j I' and these rijdS m Coonei has told the Lnndon Trades u,„„„„;„„,.,, „ „ H> Sh/,5"^ Council that it* platform must noi „ Mn (n |(|i • te used by duniptive bodies, and aji unfavi mat communist influences in the public OSUttofl .iri.i on the usefulCouncil must be uprooted. It has ness of Tr given the Ixindon Trades Council year in which to hring its activOf the effeetive dlad lUe, Into line with TUC polio ".'" * %  functtona the TrsdM If within this probationary pern-I *''l 1 "". "•-"Bated "' '"Ci.m.l the Trad. : UrlUt ;"T..t.-.. ri.r.e are 33 fedoraon rat thej are goim: now. the ,)•'*:"'* '"il!. !" T' ,n u r iihdraw recognition """'"' *** tuTUieted wwytla. %  hrough these redentlona TUC Irom it PoMlive proof of the willingness Of the Uindor. Trades ind his ability U MPVOrl Congress imlu v muat i>e forth' i oRuni .'"id the T v t Crenaral Council has called upon the National Executives of unions with 1 u in the London area to .N bringing the London Trad"Council bach Inh Una This method of dealing with ; %  cttrani Tradea Council mdicaSea that the TUC. raarehv er. some real control 0VCI then Trades Councils .re not policy making bodies, but there ure many functions they carry out locally In furtherance of the policy agreed upon by the whole of the trade union through its Congreea They :ue not political bodies, and their responsibilities .it., exclusively in dustrial They draw their funds from affiliation fees paid by ihe Of unions In their locality on the basis of their local membership. Few of the Trades Councils have full-time paid secretarlci %  Vades t. shouldei local ould otheri nt all metis are .ii>ie iponslblllties %  —4&b— ast scope, unm i taken with loyaltj end la accord, can bring the reBM mon "f these blinkers which ie%  trtct the held of vision nrhlch re. duce the vast problem of unemployment simply to striving tomuing about better i i.l. |U1 aconomh unity, "i einutablc Uv• t'lu.ii. in hoe %  .! !. I mands "i human dignity. Away VMltl the i h carried out In the coiperatlon 'f *n forece and .ill i->s(ihiinii. tiHuiiKiinut the srond roi the ."i "i BD Iniiiatlvt ,ii, iib) Indrvidnali MM) prtvah yn tips srlth thi universal collaboration '( peoplei end Btates\ each Uve < "iitn of usteltb in ran materials, ind labour And all tin • i ,,'i. ipattng in this common effort in fact, neither th 1 -"ik contract Hum bj tiu Church, There you havt Ihe m del problem whli h rtands ai th stdi f Ihe ii' enl thai is lo say. the point .." which the danger arises ofJj** *J .,,,,..,. ,„ Ih . .eintegration ..mi SSti U SSSL\fJt the assurance of healthy pro. i '.,:*: %  In without exception .ipposing as a fact these new IndustriallxaUona, the problem remains unaolved and llM question arises .gain on ihelr be half: do they or do they not Jvotl me how fco. Ministry o/ Health /ellous haoe the nerve to come to l-cl Hits problem move towards a favourable solution, even at tne ipenai %  < mautftal inter. %  he puce nf snriiiii-es In .ill meir.beri 'i' the great human famih That is ho* one will eliminate one uf the most distressing factors of 'Ininternational sit factoi a hit h. on than any otheg reads i.i-day the ruinous cold war and threatens to cause a far more disastrous wai the ho! war, the i: war In the old industrial Countries %  man would show himself indeed si i %  :. ho lo think Unit In-day as il was the case a n even a half-cenlurv jgt>—there is a question merely of i-iiHrnntcetng to the wage-earner. td irmii his feudal or patrl%  kdS, freedom In tact in addition to freedom under law Such .,,, of capital. These misUKI |n withdrawing, ihieilv m very large undertakings. %  etton Com the personal responibihly uf the private owner i individual or company) and transferring this management to MlbtUty Of ainniymou 1 groups. •A SoclalUt meiitalit) WOUl idommodnte Itself W] %  .uch a situation. But it woult ^iinturb the persons who grasp th, fundamental importance of private property rights as a stimulus t. production Ud the determining of responsibility in economic matters "The same Uangei irtaaa when i i.e insists lhat paid workers in n enterprise ihuuld have the ni.ii! .1 ageinent. when the exercise ol. ..I. directly I iniiu.stl.v on ..rgamzation. nature uf the the nature of enterprise DOceeHrlly imply by themselves such %  right Then Il n,i doubt that the paid and ih e employe) ,ecla. not objects, of the e aiion. kictivity in the national nomy" Or. do they merely increase still more the number of b I always subject to a new crisis? 'And. then, what trouble will ime take to consolidale and to develop the inturnal marke,. made productive by tiie lb*) ol the population and its minifold I Meeds, where capital investment | is guided solely by greed tor passing gains, and where vain illusions of national preetigi ne economic decisions'' subi.nomv edvanct cannot be f Mm have ...niy exagKernteil mass production and exploitation the puiiit of exhausting all resources above, below ur on Ih surface of earth. Men have only) too cruelly sacrificed for these atlempls ihe rural populations and eonnmies. Equally blind is the almost superstitious trust in the mechanism of a world market to balance the economy, and :he trust in an ail-providing Staffs iun eUt-providence. .liurged with providing for each ii'rker 0[ s subjects, and in cver>' cirCumstan.e uf life, the right to laims which basically tisiled. In the fate of Ihe pressing can be no question of duty in the held of social ecodenytnj thU paritj I! l> noniy of balancing production principle which has already and consumption, wisely measured urovetl valid in social policy uud according lo the needs and U> the which ;i policy on thr iHvupa.lieiiity of men. the problem of Uonal level would valinate even Ihe Ofderfta| and eafaUlshmen 4 mor gftocUvely. Hut there is of this economy, in so far as pro nothing in the private law redUCtlon is .oncerned, is lode) laiionshlps. as the} ire governprime importance We must not ed by ihe simple wagg contract, look foi a solution either in thiwhich would contrad.ct this purely potltlVlstk theory foundsjiUI parity. The wisdom ed on neo-Kantlan CrititnM ol of Our predeceasor, Pits XI. tinlaw of the market' or In the showed llus clearly in the Encyequally arlillcial formalism of lit u. quadrageslrao Anne and lull emrloymeiit' This is the lonsequentlv. he there denies the problem We should like to se*> intrinsic need of substituting for theorists and men of action, bethe wage contract a contract Of longing lo the Catholi partnership. Thiis not t" deny movement, concentrate their atthe usefulness of what has been lentlon upon, making it the foca comrptiiiii would stiov tihuvc.i until now In this matter point of their study."' So easy to apply So soothing to skin So kind to clothes all day long This wonderful %  enmitum i* wonderfully easy to get. Just shower yourself all over with Cnslimcro B orj q ool Tnleum Powder, after every Wth. every bathe. Then — .11 day long — your faaeiimUinr freshnea. will be the envy ,,| yottt friends : your skin will taftvu u rnarvelloiw -ilk.-n t.-xt-ir.i tliero will linger nlxnit you n mibtly kecluelive frngrunee. Fur Ciudiinerc Itouquet ia tlio Talcum Powder with tho fragraiKHthat mon love. Cashmere Bouquet You can always depend on the natural creamy flavour of OAK &* Irond % —Srarsd Milk igrUsers have marvatUd at th* consistent creamy flavour of "'Oak" brand powdared milk. "How is if* ihfy ask, *nhst throughout th* year "Oak" milk powder can be distinguished by ihe ami delightful flavour T" The t*crel is simple. The cows producing ihe milk from which "Oak" brand milk U prepared are fed all th* year round on th* rich sunny grasslands of Hunter Valley. Australia. This ensures healthscows yielding rich milk and of a consistent flavour throughout the yes*. This rich, %  Ilk >s packed under th* most hygienic conditions so thai all the natural vitamins and creany flavour are retained "Oak" dissolvea leaddy in water ami is Ideal for drinking, Coffee. Cocoa. Etc -Don'l WOm iting milk bills. "Oak" bund mux paw lei h it* *sc!I*nl pr.ee value allows yov and your family to drink m>lk treaty Tin 63c. Mb. I in $2.43 DRIED FULL CREA.M AULK OAK Full Cr..m Milk PowJr Over 50.000 people buy Ihem every week Britisk n*.i.. i,., : : Smiths Alarms are ihe pun alar choice because ihey an outslaodiug in their reliu'nl lly, atyl* and value. TWrr are medals to salt all la*ic%  a dah.kiful shades to malrh aau/ tseereeea furaiskings. Bt fflaoteencml 100% BRITISH MADE Aaov*. rsgfvjiv i, Masji NOW OBTAlNABI.r AT Browne. % %  : (iiblsi. I. -I WILLIAMS ,1AKKKTINO CO. LTD. Sol. A ( cnts. Knisl.it Lm iClly Phatnuofi %  %  uM iPwii-a'a I'tian,,.. a S. n. us i I'ufiuaii a en. Lm W A atrdtord t, Co u.roM Proverba S Co AlwsU Las. -i.iw.id. s>oii a c*.. Lid %  ,KiWaalliarhMd I.U *V ggVeSNg' M ii .!!. 3ar!r£r ... ...I.. I ajbr tssa&i AILAILI FBOM 1IIH SIH*HI Cl*KI STOCKISTS FOR YOUR YEAR-ROUND WARDROBE! And what an exciting wardrobe' You'll be admired everywhere . wearing a special dress for every occasion. For "Tex-made" fabrics are now available in beautiful dainty patterns at extremely low prices. Ask for Old Colony. Olenwood, Victoria. Beverly and Suzanna. These are among the most popular and fashionable "Tex-made" cottons, with prints of flowers. tripes, checks and novelty patterns They are easy to /ash. too. Remember the name "Tex-made". Look for the dentification bands and "Tex-made" tag on the piece s'oods. Be sure you are getting the genuine tub-fast, % %  n fast "Tex-made" prints. "TtX-MJW IS WELL MADE <



PAGE 1

srvmv. niv M, MM SUNDAY ADVOTATF W^tk^worUum^iTHrnkkm Gardening Hill S |-l a ? Ifo? HflW Hnw bulletin* from three capital* put the |J \ m h mrs !" Ilft ftM tldH utuixin^ (i .stir iirv^aaalliain,!..,.. "^ ^1^ P u.„ of M .idim 4mM*y nm /or autumn U %  / *,-... % %  "/ button* gtm* I i*. • .1 iiill. inM,.,., 1 •' t hrislnius model ...ith* black mohh nil and heavy cord"' EUM ASCROFT reporting from London s|h "— AcoontiMi %  opiate* ankle straps, sling oae** •ep-toa models. Black pot em leather will w top 1 %  '-' %  %  %  tr:-; niii-.s t 01 %  %  •ourt shoe cut right awav JI the side* Evening shoe* h.,. -ii ni nylon leet II vi.> —UJuck patent handbag* h wkla beUg B %  the u-ik :., take a handki ticket*. OLOvn %  %  . %  I dry quickly aim look %  I.I ITQefB %  Quality not ejuaMUj %  oeaion brutta, copper and silver Manv in coptee oi old Rom*A.i COM and oLeca. other* carrv tralti The colna %  dea ii repeat! I i. .-..r-rinie* or I %  edalUo. .: . %  %  ii II M.L I I Illl I • M I feminine, not M> %  %  rnns A C STANLEY reporting from Vw York Ol.i Spoil thfl new HH Mdl, ,„_ %  %  %  V* BIUU Ii %  Rum,: ....... 1 .. IUiI IrtootflC wilh deplh --—^^^——^_^_^^_ tlthei MCIP, WIUI UM ufuNilni gold, or mixl ipphlroi, %  PODuUr ,.ur*. „dln. plain of Ifi though not or. „-,..p .,„ ih„ d.n.-r. bark..Hi. rant Mr looked ISndh hark • -ve„„„, „ W ,„, a Giil t.uidc Captain Ford cara ami u,.iit t..,,,. c rdtafJ of girl* .chool euta lh-.uen the ground Boor* unni li monOl ind 'he Variety proo, hour.. -freuuentH dlstuiblng i in which he appears ** a chamber nu.M dive into tbi ptana eir he-.ts throiujli the my part," he said. "I %  an propoiaihici. %  m wtuct i ''i.'-'<•*niinuanis oi oroao,-nance %  -IOMIIO. and at'•'*'"i He recently |av e a BBC r slu ^ UM old pinnt Tht" %  Th '' Thinfis We Laugh lP ii 0 y, At, t.i.trastmi the humour of | | .. -itn root* utuleuieath M *W"f w "h t of today He .mmedi.t.' i ... ton n „ tackled tha upon th lioin iti. Mother ?*.,** w,tn .orisidenble trepihmatint > l (oc there i* nothing about >'l>le disagree so violen.Wlla o; ,, am ilnU masterful feniale>. %  < %  •01 1 Guides and club b.re s limny. abo proprtet0T) '...me, foi various article* rii-re he used ht %  -sinatwm — the CumflPBl Powder Puff and the TotUeRed Kiddie BooUkin Hi I MtTttu novcl> and • i (iigguhnes.. of h i Oi DUle By Little" Mr practical ioke *upre*nely funn.. prcvlni that -choolmaster da nyg prefer Joke^ JUS.. mi yearn agi %  A that lie u not unused P\',| s| \ | V Von i youknou CHiCtl] dill llUll Ml ,111,. tills HOW* ever. Jo MM l MM perfct.il> bcallfl I I i DfiKontafairui ibMi PotkJcr KVI KM % %  Jipgton.nf.li ii uto hcalint by ks prrfecilv boalingingttd • bo I i I plant wlu ,,v %  • I old plant Ibcmumi I ke a rich. m a Mm'"-<>• %  Utt sucker'. : part, and di % %  U.. up '.,. in.|||| | vis.-v' ' %  f C.V.M 1 inure). 1 "' l '""'-'I' |it.-r bMoro any i**t.. Mil Ore tn-gin It. %  M i %  Whet h. yellow, ai t hern ii ins UM centra < f two ti %  %  '!•> by nTilinirjr jokes about Scots' D) maworiMH men. lufchnien or .IIII.IMI-I.U1 •unui up i.. tuiveller-. and "shagi'.. dog" h 1'hi.s.imhii.iiii.cdo 'i.n.s have run-, cold % %  -• %  i> aanad In lie baa ••>*i>^ a ewwpapar and turi mwjatliM caatoonlaai artio, helped 1 "it morn ni the < % %  itroruj Ami an Influence By doiin' tbli Hi* flowen hive ;>t UMI labaratod UM cartooi r much larfM uum If lefi rhoan UM VMamteo eb evplanalii.n Hi IWareti the l k M -i pr.t. th.| ium0 ur In modern flbns hen Bron/c Chrysan, mp arcd to the old moving M, as plClttlWJ He finis them depi-eatA the iced t Stalk frOWC to a (Might -igly static and sigh-; fcs && cnWa three feet tall, with 0 ( Mack Sennert .-nd the Keyip. sl.n,. Comedies Mc u*nl to laugh lolam impact judiencr. who come ii looking as though just hwallowed two It 0 and a large plat" Of ham." He f'U that an ttUl k ^ :')i those Mack Sonin the ahnpe of apttfl Vtaual humoui rtgJUJM •t all.' h P said. 'and Chapaui >.chom to *e* i> avnry. i Hn o( tlvc i. .able. % %  .'-n-iroddvii. tragical v> .11 time "-lartj alive or dead F..< broiiiht more pleasure and %  Riuiamc • to the world than this mo.-' engaging Cork %  .lid Ma: hall. B0 BOB %  \ tsuai h mour baa ttu. i. en piovoke immedialr, -ii.i UMUnetive i..nghiei tn .i way that verbal yokrt iwvei i. ti He thinks that thore is nbar of humou. .iiul mterpn i ran| pwt i %  %  anoatnougly wkta tange of eiojoyment and In*, f > .i.e. OHM ivg gran plea I Ti el.i Despite Illl-.. h. mid, iiio.t iLielglivls belie>c UM Kngiisli to he i.i.ktng In "' buaaoui tnej picture "• sHUni hmtly La atu haaoee, rouivhlng ind BUi bun. %  1 gM % %  ltd i laneaa whUo we stare at the IIII i %  ftcta "f ,. null %  i: K.,n tower: Immoderately at the profusion of %  Wtrtlng y.,%1 our wnulo* lard plan Utrown about and the %  >• pttientlj lor ttoa t b.* 1 n put in a ue.it Hike u hard hitting with nuBota uorttrovel) aaou r od inM % %  root high. aUOah the almost Inevitablv follown! l *|t this dieai. meiit.il pictui.--.| iplant to it loowU with u pie. u;.s the kind of spoctarle." he I'-nttsh U IM* Ml -irexiraie one of rutta or string, ami M-Ua larnentod, "that one could see all : •' 'hat itiev still laugh In then ftory few wealM n aba plain too .elnom m KrerfiUbridge ho m % %  even though In pobhi This enaurea upngtn well sooner or laier theie would be a UM) do not alwaya hnik entire) Thick but flexible bt i i m Irclod %  Toaft ; %  l..ipll |.l H I l.itive the garden and with bOitOJ B>JW'!• fi,i i-iekin^ The anwil white Doiay-liko i.ise and th r Mini.i .HI ; %  ..' %  rful. / thomum on the othejhand does not need to be claked. ., | .i, %  • m I pnaor laH, and hi liable aa i border plant Aft ChryaanUMowaa %  owerli n ai .ver (March or April) turn oft all the old ,n.I dead flo w fi bajai gad oi-m %  all ...i io - spray the plant with a mixture dOla, and very iKipulai For women turkiah towelling is soap and water i CKVPTOVtOTE—Here* how to Hork n: AXIDLBAAXK la LONOFELLOVt Cat* fettti Maiply -.lands for another In this example A %  used lor taw three Ls. X for UM two 0'e.'etc Suigle letters apoav t ropauea. Ue length and formation of th.,ij. are all huiU. Jlfok^dOJ dJOoIoode .letteti are dtfferent> AlCaqraOOgraail quota) u. i. f I>NT. e..A r u:B'D U .-'Oyptoqoole:*AN r ANGKL~ ONCE* BUT NOW A FURY CROWN, TOO OrTXN,TALKBO OK BUT TOO LITTLB KNOWN-SWIFT.* POPPV RICHARD leporting f.om Paris caichlog ..i i. %  |i Precioua mixed Into Uw %  'Mil ids ith —nne %  eaten, with %  loping .houlden. and V neck. Armholes and waist I ribbed kniltitig For the bOoeh verv abbfOflatOd ,ie bold %  There is i. crage tor dyi %  Hie bags—emeral i "t cranberry— n itched back shoes. rruuteoua a i li for holigallons of watit i I %  down to the g CROSSWORD 6 i7 rr 1 5" 1 1 3 -LV 5 I T_ r 1 so 1 sr •; JJ I 1 ^ %  I -tring. i(i .i. smnlle*t Ihfe —I C OPYWRICHT RB8KRVXD s Pen Pals Reginald F I* Pian o t o r a r.i ... ears. H rranry. Trinidad AfenSeptember. %  i : fei nando, Mi K*> 14 to 20 BOOKS & PEOPLE OH. MR. 11 M N W Y .By JON HOPE PRESENTING Hemingwav with I koriak %  .... As soon as the American version ri awats — ACM ". Itoa. a. Oatol. n !• % %  : i. Od: +enr i 'emiuii. S K,i\ A Siiin*rlt*|; POOP 6ret MfS 50 MCPOKOHn THIi mOGrWfc -TWCtLrCIlON COttwrfTft Pstttl TaKrM SOW OP MOTlCrC* UK LtTltg Add affair Tho<"son-Cfimii ,' \ Thomson supporter tells me that over the week-end he read Mais Christie's Dumb wltsMM (.vritten 19371. In it he found .hal M Poirot gave away the | l—ks bv his [ trMtaw Mvi.imi,. Affair at I II. i ,.| l(.xei Ackrovd. I Mji tors of the Blue Tt.. %  r> .,•< %  l iho t louda Perfwpa haui OOttld '-ire to laka i he arlth M I'l.imt it . uaii %  i Sik' -,. %  %  i, ,oUaoi od tiaamc HOBO U had aa r he had evoi nhi .i man ntle** B> m Aqueatkwi to Ku*h.. Oil Singh -PBO ..i India Houw |l | .1. II %  Colleeoi i i hoi Murk. i.died The UI VI : .. Of eourae, M tUOned '
The Barbados advocate
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS DOWNLOADS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00098964/02241
 Material Information
Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, July 23, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
lccn - sn 88063345
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: UF00098964:02241
 Related Items
Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

Downloads
Full Text
X ii naluv
Julj 99
l!l.iO
^uttiiau
Itoirtcate
Pri.

Year .sV^__^-
/
G.I.'s READY FOR RED ATTACK
Solidarity Between iH^gBMHI Big Surprise Coming
Belgians Maintained
SAKS LEOPOLD
BRUSSELS, July 22
pOUR HOURS after arriving in Brussels, King
Leopold III, restored Belgian monarch, broad
cast this message to the nation.
"After six long years in exile I am feeling;
deeply moved to find myself in my native land!
where I have just been recalled by Parliament. Myi
hand is held toward all those who like myself think
only of the life of our country.
"I -I' .11 do .ill lli.u ts |i.i-mM.. in iihIh thlH ll tll\
return, (ha end ( u ti Bg <-niis|itiitinn;il crisis wWrh II '
tium ntewM shall murk flu* be........ of rct-mit-ili-
ulior rcrl'M'il under ilu iiiispicrs if fMHl i;.iili and \ I-
"Now when I can ne my country, my th i
before all to my old comrades In arms "i twi n
we were tontnei on Yni and on Lya and v..
with pride ins] the Belgian forcea of I'Mu IMS u wt ;i h
i I0H 191(1 Hcmmphsh.-.i their Wl
rorl Kin theli meana In Europe ai '. d
In the day of Pbanuon to Anal victor)
i "I won).i i the re-
affert oui colony
indtsaolul Ij attach- .i t Betaum
du k. ^0 to "
ho In whan \ i
it- in.iu. and " roe*
the etutudt i.i proud ii- itanci i
11.....mj i uttered white
nanUni
unity and tr traditional Institu-
te ii ni OUI i uniti \
WO Bball Dot (.ill in out out)
.ii watching the fate **' all ic
who -" riflced UMmeelvi
f.therland. ..mi Ihe fate of then
.. ii. w and children
Solidarity, which in thfai waj
Brow I l i Bortadi
rortunatat) bean i interned after
ii wai between B Igluin ind out
Alii*- Oollaboration, which in
manlfaal In lha w. ttern and At-
lantte worldi, conatiuiu tl i
antee of pi
"I have l.een follow-inn arlHl
most acute Interest this
policy ot mx lal reform! on which
our country baa been embarking
nee 'is lilrration and 1 should
associate n.yaelf with all effort*
almlna at bringing uboui more
writ-being and OCMl juaTice.
My particular care Is for the
youth which holds in its hand-
the fate of the Belgium of to-
morrow"Rruter.
MajorOrive
-l\ol Till
Autumn
WASHING N. Jul)
. n
prrl I -...
could i. ui <*. i ,. kinter
lh lielenco
! lai Bid to-day
rhc oint i ii, wl. could not ba
aid the nil
im- alarmed to rind another Bet-
baCk 'H. ut imi. .nn || |.
cxpLnn..i c\|.i'tioii as |Hirl of the
Iencral pattern resisting steadily
rtllli InftlcUna on enemy the
hegviest losses pos-ible. a time-
galnliiK manoeuvre
Meanwhile bigger harder hitting
meoium tank- were on the wav
to replace light tank* which had
been damaged by Communist Ar-
mour Also en route \v*re stepped -
up nhipments of new tank-killer
Supcrhajnoka
No Division
The nmci.'il amid that at no time
had there bean .my division a mono
military planner*. At the outset
It was agreed l i use only naval
and air action, hoping thll would
give South Koreiin ground force.-,
enough support ti repel I
lal invadon
But it soon became obvious thi'
was not enough and ii wai decided
to send one division from the foui
in Japan under General Ma<
Arthur's command.
IIH(KI) HIT I raaft Muri.ll MlIlJ Ml >*
baUmen in i n i in n ban seen Imt.r :
Im Ursl In,i... In 4 float MaUh in Kngland
Ua.
Thlg pniiio umu rodiovd lo the ^idoocatc yeMrnlau
U aatat i
U I. <.< ore l
W prrvioiiK I
?Und to t ike lop I'l.- '
$99hufceat eoro '
rai wu a. Warren
Russia
Should Be
On Council
I 1 B I I Ii I Join 22
lH-pul> OppuaiUoi
Former 1 reign Baa-
intBan] Uan, speaku
1 < t. day on Korea, denounced
riuasia's evaafon .it tho
Council Raaoluliom aa utterly
M.n.iiuleiii Hoi ,.,, tll ;.,^, ,.
'* "in- raalh JnUmtdallan to
i.ni> Counctl rnamban
.1 roaart to poUUcal iahntatj
rha Soviet Union"! rightfui
in the laaurttj Cotin* U
.as not dispute.1- he -.ml Ii
nughi i-. in- there boo .i- it ouflhi
lo have been thora ..n the time
ai abaouitatj no ngbt 10
., |
: n.i.i chooaa lo return "
i am abaalulalj niro lha
I
get and Bret* act
it i venti and hi
-... "..ui t.> ggl
'! ' hi Id meet
draw nil ineti pi in i ( I"'
.,. ,. | .
trlhutlon each t ui mak<
ii-.ii Th ihoul I
hail
i ll onl when nl
that .
:' world will i ..,
1
'Wa aranl t i work Iheoi inlngi
rthai Pnri
in gonl rid

ii

.ti,
. el*
11

I then In ten '
mil
i...,.- ,.i i ludgeon inj
Muouoh *~abu and **
i\ew Bishop
Of British
Honduras
I.EUZE, July 22
ilefore a vast congregation, in-
i udini Qoveroor Sir Ronald and
.! Garvaj this moming. Gerald
Henry Urooks, Arch Deacon ol
Nassau was consecrated bishop ol
rloodlirai at St John's
. Anglican Cathedral by the Areh-
had to lie reVUOd and |)UShl>p of ,he Went Indies, A. J
Knight
Bishop Douglas Wilson ot Trini-
dad. Bishop Spcnce Ruilon ol
Niissau and former ArcbMahop el
me West Indies Dr E A Dunn.
. -i-irti at the consecration.
Blahop Brooks is the first bishop
Honduras to b consecrated
locally. Tomorrow night the new
Ii.-hop will be enthroned as the
e.ghth bishop of Honduras and
Central Anieruj
Th
elements of the llrst and twenty-
fifth divisions landed nulh Poaan thai week.
laaaiiwhlta help started Irom the
Uniteo States Of the Aral Diarlnf
division with il- own ;ur support
steamed out of the west coast The
ai i econd Infantry division
prepared t s;i trom other Army div. .
Reader,
England Fights Back Well
Stern Struggle \s W.I.
Batting Collapse
ENGLAND 223 (and lor 0 wkls.) 87
WEST INDIES 558
W.I. Records
In 3rd Test
NOTTINGHAM, July 22
During their llrst innings of 56.1
hi reply to Enaland's 223 in tin-
Third Test at Trent Bridge here,
liie West Indies hatsmen broke the
following records
The West Indies total was the
highest Test total by either aide in
England. Frank Worrell's 261 am
(tie highest Test score ever made
ut Trent Bridge.
Worrell made Ihe highest score
by a batsman for either side in the
scries in England
The fourth wicket partnership
between Worrell and K vert on
Weckes ol 283 was the highest
Ktaml for any wirket foi either
side in the Test scries.
The partnership was thi hlfheat
Test stand for the West Indies ,
mi> part of the world The aland
was the highest fourth oiekel
uartnership for the West Indie-
in any match in EnglandReuter.
Uruguay To Resume Meat
Shipments To Li.K.
URUGUAY. July 22.
RELIABLE REPORTS reaehim; Buenos Aires say
the Uruguayan Government yesterday instructed packmu
houses id resume frozen meal shipments lo the United
Kingdom as booh us the workeaj1 strike is settledth?
meal is to be invoked at 97.536 per (00. However, aecord-
Ing to these reports, should the Rritish Food Ministry pa>
only C8Q the Uruguayan Govemnatni would make up the
dlflerence to the packers until fuch time ai definite prices
have been arranged with Britain.
Altriou^i, Hie Urupuiiy.in meal
ai bava alwayi Lien the aama
thi An. ml r.e i rice
month offered Uruguay the
irkuoni i per ten
i im. t i-i ii vial
Cool Scheme
Coitfi 161,600.000
In Tuiigunvika
LONON IN
Lord Trefgarne. Chall
. Linmont i CohmiIb! De-
CorporaUOn, ild ot
ipltal expendituie
of approximately S8O.830.OO0 (Ca
nedianj ha-, h nil bai
tioned for BfOrldwtde pi
enrich tin- Colonial t> :
I
On.- Coal Davalopou I
In TanganyikJi. Africa
sfli B00.0O0. he for i-ontinuinr H
own Fourth Point PrOaa I
Capital already uppr<>v I
.i.i *? different Develop-nen*
aWuBBBi in addition to 39 Dro-
ll 'h were lined
I>i \ total of i i,
urhtch war S180.160.000.
Lard Tret
up to date ai thi- Prow
oguraa given ml
Annual Re[Jir'
the day for UW|
recond vear of operation* endeo
rnhar 31 lair.
Anglo-ArreniiiH- prtcei exceed
the final
price I I '> SM (which
i.me p'li Bl lal
\ 11 .
"
In the rvenl of ion i
I -
v i reault ot the

genilne of!
I lareoi u*
ArKentim- | i n
that Um i mi i-' i"
i. iti.ii. to make up
fnwauee.
In ther n
guay for reat
i
I ' Argent!
r CAI.TOONJ
I LANCASTER|
I inn ti I in (Ii.- vOfM .
tprrchet in ly'r
i\U V. |.. COZIER)
TRENT BRIDGE. July 22.
WES'] INDIES wen I I
En [land had scored (H without loaa, when ra i
pi.i> i.i the day.
England la valiani aountei attach at Ti. nl
ough I -ui alratd it i arne loo late
in the match lo '* effective i I rrom duv
grace and considerably dulled theYedge ol ihe West [ndkse1
victory.
Bat..... ih< [an Sport
... i EM Ihnn-
i .....laatonaa"
,. n..,1,,
. i on thai] m in h
moth total
.
rhera was the
in .
. '
. I..-
\'......
. r
'
..'''
..' !
.. matura
(By Roy McCARTNEY)
With MacArthur':i Headquarters in Korea,
July 22
A,S DUSK FELL .over Korea's, western front
to-night after two days of enemy action, Amen
can troops dug in southeast of Taejon, were waiting
tensely for for the Communists' next attack ex
pected to morrow morning
The two day lull had not been wasted and the
morale of the battle weary G.I.'s had lifted steadily
since they were hammered out of Taejon on Thurs
day They were confident to night that the North
Koreans had "a big surprise coming."
tin ihe eastern sector American lroops. fresh fmm then
-rn landing earlier in Ihe week, joined the South ROffMM
in a push up the eaal count after the retiiptnre of VongSulok,
tf miles north of their heaehhend
They w '
cupieti "tavounbti
Among Hi.- mOU '
ol the Pi i ua ....." ttearo
ireopa and Bo itti Ken i
na*i hi tin' hnii' v i
'<
re-tahai h
.. *- | i| ''' il
i.
IUMIIIIK i.|
ami .irmiuii nop '
rnaah UmNi nraj muU
road I Kui
oaetn hall

FULL TIME
WASHINGTON
tr a rate Mr lakaa ladai
n > the moil overwork--1
iroup In \Vanhlniiiiii. it pr-
l>hl> would in lo Ihr *l fl
. i ihr Ktwran lint UBU
\mh*/rtiir John H| IB
i aaaa aetg it utti i uri
There hjr brrn no Ml
nrfayi or Beedari tor <
sin.r tli- in- |..... t.'i in
Of ouraa w h pro.....lit
. | .
effort Timt must b>
t'. aceounl in relnlhtii to tin
nnomir tUbUtty of .i free world
hlrh l- in itself part of i
niiiit detente" But if wi> arc f
"i> aaats ll
H.A.I. Klvin liouls
Join Nu\ul Forcea
IXfNlK)N. July I-
I .mm ol Royal An Force
ftunderland tivm im.ii., i ..jur.i-
rniK with BrlU h Nai i-
iii thi- Korean campalan, Arthur
lendi
revealed ! WotverbampUni lodaj
The MlnlaUn who wai addreaa.
triK the it A k voluna
iIm anndunoed tn.it in future the
Royal An
> m .........
It hud lie" i i i
thai lha > I "'I ark
with the Army iii plannlna the
Beater
f'iri'
..th.
Germans \\n\t'
Right Of Defence
-JOHN McCLOY
PRANKFUB1

r Jo

.

iv thr
art .ii the Unlt<
whether In
V
would deft without
the help ui Oeirtoi in > i I
1 indents.
-. i I then
man military
'i
i< it inn "
He Cl<
I 1 then
i
.
an pa*r 11
Warned]
m been
i i, lucfc)
1 i me Si
. ..
no note.

i i
,ii i.niiiu inantnaoui
...
ii i ThU
I learm Hi
. i i

at on I
Communist*
On kimwn
Ii .SA. Jul.
CORUnunUta on an inland
.-!... I I I Mil
..t artllltr) Are Into Ihe National
Ui neld Island ol Klnrnen oil
' Nauona
n ...
.....
Illlrllli" I "...
aali ft i mcentra
| ii were .
I thf llll
mli ai' invaekm ol Pttrnuan.
.hi to havi
thi
.. and Tlao Tat H
-.ui...
OflW .,i au tha '
n Fon I had re
ported iheUlna io the Arnarieai
Government itrairr.
'Stop rigtiling
ltovan Asks
INorlh Korea
IH'PHA.1. .Inly 22
Brltnh Healui M nl u tneu
r:-. i'-'> in lo-oai vorballj an.
.: RUtln to come
Ul tr-.. :... .,11. ( ouil
. .,, ., h N...U, Korea
luiniE
M Miners' R ill) h i
.1 m .n wai i ei uiln u
nUona load Its tt all nl mi
innol obluatioru
um hiiiiioll In the leud-
- .| I'otuiiuiiii^i ftUaSUl, he ind
An- you really aervlns the In
! ii.. workin* peopM bU
vi i the world bf maUni >.....
iivr- mniu penaa bi anothar
Mititiini.il .iiiinift' I finy ti
ununbrti n......i hold yon
iv ronfareBeai in London w<
not nertl them. Thcrr la n<
crie in thr wnrktn^ ela^n here who
wiintJi war
Tin. otmlaranea ..i uti 'Brltlsl
me* Commtttee' beg ui here '<
d Addraai roui OesMnda t*
. Kramlln and n*k ihen.....m U
.....irai* i'li iii. rosi I UM
arid m preventlna
Attormrt Oeneral Bit Rartla]
nitdreaHinu lha aam
iherma warned Britain that n
area and war were auowad u
trturnpri over iw and democracy
in Korea ! UM) would i-
i rted i sain t iitttam to
I i n and d
.. i th.- onb *> bi wh i
i/lllaation oan i-- saved," be Mid
I-t ,,s hope thai their will b
soUaUng with ar-Miwiii. i,u
m a poatoori "t nrrnneai am
"njrth noi irrtwolution a n c
wrakne**. and the Rrnrral aeltle
It i an (' .Thirved
on Paea i?
An
bi
Deepeal Puab
Mother Lo&t$ Ca$o:
Father Keep* Child
ll..I..... A*ataL ( mi it.pan*.,>
1-OItT-Or-SI'AIN Jul, 2
Mm Merle MrCmthv wh..
'-..,..
nl.-
Brilisli Peace Committee \ppeals [gainst
The Use Of Atomic Bomb
-
lional



.


belu
LONDON. July 22
The 1.
adple reaoluUOB at tlir opening
.
ii. Stockholm
-... | .

menti that i -ii<
., '!'..- B
, Non-party Aasodauon. rive
lad iR.nn*t the Rev-
, lutl >n -huh ph
eace PeUtlon t Par-
c ii>* it 4fi.onn io-. ri | for the upport of the
' rtiui
oBpa Prevea
.... Ap|
Bfi.lKM) woa iiauerl by the Commu-
lla Britain i hnplnRl n >'. hnwd In n i
- between 100.000 a; SBSedh
w in Unaruav rlurtna:' '
aj Oa aco s kiaied wl*i.\.
I h
Di ,.i Um akteUaet
i Grewthi
U We have beard uiras*
.-ti ii' m u aa hi um bi i'
" ll .1.1111 I Ml Ml IS 'In UM
i' are par d an the i>r|iir i>f
Kan i iii<- * .r bhu Mi.' are
aim ii> bi bmUbb .mi an saaal
ti.H thfin Mr Hid thai fonr
iayi an rrr*ldrnt Tmmih
H ^d thr I ml.-1 StatM
ii .....iiii .-id idead
ihil 'thi- ix j Ihrrat -irtn Btaaaat -ii the ii*-ipir i
ilir world"

.i ahaojua from Bultan Jah
rruain Ihr custixly ol bat
han failed a second time
Thr Court of ApiK- il tdii rnorn-
irix handed down
. t,
Mi. n.,ri Patrick blct irtl
retain tin- euetod) at ti i
..! I V.r.lrt M.ir.v
Thr mnllier had Ohalle
decision of Justlir S i
who oh June 2'.t I I I
the father thr c
MeanwhUe iw
eoluonw ol refimenlal
Irove aouUi In tnaka their deepe:
Benelrauon ret reachlni
>nlv tiu muM Irom lha
K......in ".i I -!.
Kumie II nl
and n M.ii.
r ii mini oui
uii... southwi it of i b< ii
InulltOmili
A K""d read runs full
r. ..
m.mil.-i n port t Sum hon
North Korean all acui
reportnl t.i be- incicuiuna. It'pi'il.
aald IS Yak lUhl.i -l-nnbrrs. Uw
iMmp'-M concentniUon ti* Com
tared Ut the
i ii win. bit .in advanced American
.iiratnp in a meuk raid
No oCBcial connrmatlorr aa ai>ai
waa availubIS
Kneak Raid.
There ^' no ra i ol damage
.i i ualue ai ! an Amerh an
nan-'i unit naaibi .^.1. not ''
lacked Thi
raid within row di
wixpi low ovei << 1
mile* eaat of Taejon iwo
and i'mi-ii .um strafed Amen-
oan poet low American |el Oahleri
rauuht Uh'iii BDd UMt dOWH three.
probably four.
American headQuarteri iu*eioHi
lhj| Sllprrfiilllrs-i I1.1.I inllli'-.i
h> luir ihe ueafuln "f Strata,
port of WoruMui on tin- eaat coast
of North Korea
. -.ky and
ram yeaterduy and thll mocnUui,
Aim 1 .1 on |i nut 1
.-: l-irnl .im riM krl uitu Ihkh
iiiM.lr Taejon .ml
OUl "I UM fit* |o thr iuthrast
BriMr,
BUS IOIIIIIII MIMIM.
OS
WINES
"Ruby Rich, and Ambai Pale and White u Summer
leera,
"They've bottled good Cape Burgundy manj dosan
reu -
"So pour your Jewelled Sunlight out, and when'er jrou
coma to dine
"Oh enme, you I.itilr Eni iai
Win.- '
nk upyoui K W V
II UI'IDtll RI AI
i..... 10 in
KBVBD
1 tn.mis hi *si

NORTH KORt 4/VS
TAKE KUNSAN
LONTJ .
A1 I
... .

coast had m| letelj - ip 1
K ; f
K
.( Km.
:. -
.... .-.
Ihal otbei
aeUS touk Ch Si mllcr
I
I been captuicd with
uanUty of Amerl-
Banier.f can aqulj 1
.JUKE
I Mil I I MIS
I \\ Ol* Nl M
liH \l BWnl IM
-I. 1 I I 1 I > 1 ill

'
WITH A WE PRI PAI I
iw H< H A'r \tmi:i;
K.W.V \\ MMGRSIIOEK (SAUTEBNK) MAY HL
REEVED THKtU (illtrT


i-\i.i rwo
Sl'NDW ADVOt \u
siniiW .hi I ,; !"
PLAZA
It* iZB H IMMi M iMiri i lin
WIHOM UWERSE
IIISIl \, I I I I -,. \ i
I. ill; TV (The harden) ST. JAMES
" vil\M rODAI Ml " J> Mt.
, niirlli < Mm >* I'trwiil
JOHN GAItHM.D ID
"iXMJil 111 SMMN~
MH\I)\V AMI TCESDAT .M I'M
I r-KNTI'H ATtSTERN THRILLEB
I m.IIIIM. M\S H 111) PLAINS'
>] PH K( 'T7
1

Kn

Wo ^O^t9

lif*iS^^
-"
."-
>A FAMfLYFoodDrtnk
Stimade bif
CADBURYS
I- i. o II I
lliMll M MOM I 11 l I a t.M
- Illl HIB OtMIUI "
VVAI.TI.lt I'HH.ins i nil i BABBYMORI lANfcTI
!l MM ii i( | (.AWFORD
British ami .\iut-ruaii Nrns RorU
(H'l.MMi I Itlll.W. .11 I \ 'Hill
10HN FORDS NEW AND FINEST
PICTURE OF THE FIGHTING CAVAIRYI
SI
:
i the win
tiitimph .i. I
mi proud that the U -
.
I
Tony. >b a house surgeon
i Hi ...

' at all aun
Bai
tind
Managing Editor Returns
ji >ii l

. .mnidii. 0
.
Mi ('." l.artmde*
will return
-
..,
To Study Nursing
M-

re.*.,


ix- who


KNJOYINCl A JOKE at the T A Cocktail Part* at tho Colony Club on Thursday wore Boi.adr
I. i*ei David E. Henderson, Airport Manager a* Brawril. Mr.. Heniv 1
..iv of the Canadian Buryeyors who i- in Barbados
Rnwrll
He. e n. bi

roiinertloa w> n the cjn*Uucllon of tlie
ALSO arriving
Just Completed Course In
Mechanical Engineering

JOHN WAYNE I0ANKE OflU JOHN IGAR ^^
8EN JOHNSON HI OKIE V
tfogftfoto
FOR YOUR SUGAR
FACTORY REPAIRS
We can 8upply
F1REBRICK8
FIRECLAY
FIRE CEMENT
STEAM PIPE & FITTINGS
BAR IRON
PORTLAND CEMENT
Slocked by our Plantation SuppI ea Department
Telephone No 4857

BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.
Transferred to Bermuda
e bj the "Ooirti '
England wn
Cnaswe
nUtn been on thn
i n^lanri.
ih.it Mi \M .
lA>gi And Horses baen tnnafertad lI
MR CYRii 111 iv- Marina n
late lul) i>> one n* lh Canada
I (iov pc.A. Thi
Ban
i the time being.
pedign With T.L.L. i a tout pam eoura li
dou to in h iKm tin hoRRRT HUTCHINSON rhanical tnglneerinj Ba1 an asset thai jo
1 IV! who b an Enginaar of Oak orough College, LakaataraWre today no a cania""1'' *
ir owner in the Ww Indie* Engineering t , in Ixeda and is al Canb regrets the slip up mad. With T.C.A. Traffic Dept.
present stationed tn Pointe-.. i ."
me I Pierre with Ti-L arrived from tor a position at the Watar worfc*,
well. Trinidad <<'' morning bj H> hopes that I
B W l A ta v,t<-nn two eraaki b I btil then- han bo lar
MBartedaa Haytag at the be. i
.oh of B
On His Own
Dlf coUN VAUOHAN,

.a anothai Barbadian do
me off t ..
: PI '
me that Colin I
on Mi oi
nit avi
\- Vauajta
. exam this autufl
coml
.1 year Ha
Witt,
i :.-'... |0 uf
ha
'
Peti
M I

11|
iU
Ho



FOR \Oitt ENTERTAINMENT
EMPIRE THEATRE
Tim \V IAS iinil I H
; Illl f nltlliliii:: Dall] il
MATINI I AND MC.IIT SHOWS
THE BIG STORY
BEHIND THE
AIRLIFT! .
Wlllrh (or
ft'... waif-.... I- *..
' ]
j
i
l'.\ll> IN III I. : III I) SHOE!
"ALL Tin: kini; s mis
"NO SAD SONGS KiK MB"
ROX\ THEATRE
TOIIAY l.l'i i.inl H.IJ
MONDAY ll'> * US
TUESDAY, M minii ,i 1.45
af
at%
Thit mm
a man who
lived by his gum
....too long!
OLYMPIC
TODAY Ml nil I
Republic i- Acllon u '.
Vtra l BRENT
"DRUMS AIM Illl AMAZON"
with :
Brian AIIEKNK C NKTT
MONDAY mid Tl I -ill \\ I II inl II
i.i Instil, RcpaUli 9
I itx.il lnsl..i. ICrpiililii Serial
"DARF.DIVIIS ill THE RED
muir
i
Gulfi |kter
BulS) MITCHtll
, henit m mum iohmsgn ,
liii.-il.iv Nllhl ill IrM
,M (11 INDY A: TUOL PK
______________lin: -fAHACAS NKillTS"
ROYAL
IODAY. I.nvl 1' Shows :> ami H.:in
i i 1'icturca preacnl - -
STOP TH WtOOIMB'
g~ She's nsrrying
tits wrong father! J
a


Hi
Wai ii
.
->*ln*f II I
After ThrerMonths Kolidny

Mrs.
...

I
Leaving This Afternoon
1
1
!
i rrnlYiV
Back from Trinidad Holiday
MISS V I
t tn i met
ii ;. W A
__I
and mi
aaagfata
MM I'\-sSfN(.l.hs mi. in, \,. H \ vr^tfrdas
rrr Ml Monk* Kinrh. Mr tlurlr* Ward BBki M-
Jlmm* I int.ici- Mr. I mli .. i rarrylmt thrlr llltlr
in a i>< t..l r2*eAT PflAfcoAtV f*
YOUNG HALE ,-.
Don'i Mix. ii
L> lt.il Short: "TKAIMMi FOR TWH'BI.E"
^11 sr ol ihc raaii
: Extra
MONDAY . and s.:io
lal iTistaltnt'tit Columbia's Action Si i
THI \ 'U.II.ASTE"
rrlng :
Palpi- BYRD Lyto TA1.BOT
VCUOII TlinlK AiHt'iilure !
TUESDAY t and WM
11 m i.i I hisi.-iliiienl)
\\ i DNESDAa NIGHT ui s.:ut
li Moat P..(nil.tr Show in Toun
KOUPE
In ( Ml \< IS Ml.li tS
I II II I \ ..ine Vn
Jfj f.tr llu- hint: hIW>
j a ii in Uv
rsasardai bj B.WJ.A. raiartUng to vrnwufij
th^m. -hi vary >>....... a* tkrv midr thrlr
\ HHI\ 1
^ l>y Tl'A. to s(K-n i Ml i
''':
,

Ml i til
(he Traffic Depart*
"
Were Away Five Weeks
M, ,.iid Mi
reeks return-
; ( A
..... in Lon-
Itirmlnic-
,i(.in. then want over to New York
lor onr week before they caught
T C A ti fcr Bar-
bados.
Leavinp; Shortly For
For The U.S.
T^HK many mends of Mr. anrt
Mi Johnnie Wise hrl.i a
.....bai (oi them yesssrday
'^ie home of Mr nnd
Mrs. rred ORon .h ''Sprliigfleld",


tly ba leaving for iiu-
During ihc avanlng tin
i rocktail
Returned Yesterday
R
I,
h,\ :
'
1

1
On Ahkum 3rd. Mi
... i
office hen will b
aeeoni......ring bim.
With The Venezuela
Telephone Co.
MB i HARLCS VAUGI

\
I i Q n .
been llvin .

Wts Telr-
|
I a
Hai ship si m here U
four houi
ai the Enmors Hotal,
Fnjoyinp Holiday
CHARLIE dO N
. Brit) I
In m Bai
- i
guaat at Laab

Sailing Date
Thf French 1

i.
.
lie* and Centr..!
miii for which
built. Utter she tmn..
rice t'V u-ijui:.:1
R !im, Jnmiiir.'i.
M1!
Qimiloni mill i \\
I DO TO RELIEVE
MYSELF oi TOIITII!
INO RHEl'M vric
PAINS?
SACROOL
I,, III,' fleeted [nils t,,r
Immediate Ki-li,!. n Selc
I KNIGHTS Dili 1^
BTOBES
DEI P-BROACB 'BRAS' i.hc
AUSTRIAN LACKS i:ic2.1c.
NYI.on PANTIES ...... 2.13
LACB-EDOE L.MBKOIUF.KF.D 2.09
LINEN HANKIES (boaed b'.i ::iii
Women's
Wear
News
Children's ^
Shoes
EVANS
\M>
WHITFIELDS
WHITE Bit KI bar .......... 2.991.112
IAN A BLACKI lin LST-
Al... SANDALS I nI"'.
V Ml ah. i,. In (hildnii. S
"JOHN WHITE" and "AVENUE"
Mm'i si. -
I" M MM M \N--I II 1.1) ,,i,l \1(( III \
LamW Sk
t YOUR SHOE STORE


SUNDAY. Jt'l.Y a hh
M M>\Y whocvtf
P\GR TIIKIT
T.C.A. At Colony Club
Al ilia- i iiM'iiia
UriTm Blockade
n > .. H.
"THE B*G LIFT Bmpiro Theatre
a idlj .1
T
:, .. required
ind thai Aim
-- graphically thi 1 the .m-iift In it*
i bringing coal, food end medii
.
;

.



n topped with high
rut them.



that
I

Avenue, with the
riarblt* statuar)
Notable
1
I
I
THI BIG 1.1*- I i- U
i i ..< hu-
-
- h .1...
. i .
RH>. HOT \M Hl.l'K
Over this weekend. Um Aquatic

rare* RBD, Ji< 1 \v*
Hulton,
lick ol

i i
AT THE T.C.A. COCKTAIL PARTY. Pictuied lefi to right ore : Mr. Rod C. Machines. Dime-tor ol Pub : C A.
in Montreal, at present holidaying here. Col. R. T. Michelm. Commissioner ol Police. Mr. John Clare. Manu
Maclean's Magazine in Toronto; and silting, Mrs. Michelin. Mrs. Clare. Mrs. Stuart. Mr. Bill Stuart. T.C.A. Station Manager
here and Mrs. Maclnnes. .....'
CockUfU forty
At Colony Club

V "i rhuri-
.; iiii;
-
i .

sdrl
I

III li Ml fllfl :
the V S.A.A.l
I. ,!-..
In love with

. d on the da) ol tbeti iw

f 1 CM
I

I

a way ol
\ rnell tt-i
unobtni'
: Cltfl
PICTUHED HERE are a group ot the guests at the T.C.A. Cocktail Parly al the Colony
Club on Thursday. They are : Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bird (Je/( ), Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Y. Simp-
son (Mi. Simpson ir, backing the camera), and Mr, and Mrs. Aubrey Boyce.
Uruguay To Resume
Mea! Shipments
% 1'rum p*r I.
1
if in,- in-
imp!


Th,i i the I
.
I
i
i -it AiirIo-
'

leeto
l i
Uni .. o rdoni id. I and n
.:, r telo
..,-.. I i .'...: i
'.
....
lo no conclusion
lan< i bj
In tourl Because the
...
the i'- Had I tht
i
meanlne iirunt Lobel t n tin
,-.
li plte of .til tht--. th
bullci a
.jtume 0
pi Indulge in .i fall Harry more and Loul Call.....
mount of i .' i -
. rl i
li in with Um type of i
I lytna
,
irllfi ir: act) i
1inK--| .irtirulni ;




' I
( iii.it in
p tl roles
.... ,i
:i, < Worll
fv,v,v,v.v/,'.v//-'.v,y//.v/.//////V*vvv,
V,-//V-'*V>V>VV/'.V/V.V/V/VV'.VX.V/.'*V, '
Qt'A
UaaodtiDn
I
Ijumli
.11 ST Tin: um
Oil III SI AMI
nr.i.,*\.\rio\
11*1. I#..VV
sviwi.r or
MURRAY'S
milk STOUT
AX EXCELLENT HHi.XK AFTER A ih\ i
i.X THE BHI.XV

ohihh )it it it i-s ,###,# stovt
FROM YOUR 1.MUH 1 H
MAVXING A CO.. LTD.AfcnU
A REMINDER!!
BUY
PEEK
FREAN
BISCUITS
TO-DAY.
i i Ittu lUm
..
i
ir Involved with the under*
. I Hatnh '

1 I \s Jill I
.
III I .
. horaell votved with .
nurdered Hla
'
a a
i
panj All n... When they 'i".
p b lea
.
....... i
the crtttcal ey n* i xpl< ptentj
i he c iim i.i i- .u; al led and
newhat Viet flat
'..... '
I

Till Rl l> DANUBE
The Gloh .howtn
I
Dai i ymore
i Janet I elsjh
. f tt.> i
ti'i it- t,. (hen i'"ti i
liota the
. .
"in* liim
led Mm
So beautifully
so easily beautiful
because BnHbea daaaaai *>< I ^ mW. your
| v ik* tpaikti*. Let
your mirror tcfl uM lion dm :> -v ol p*in. gUmoui hair-
heaJtli' v :.-AW aaMMajeabh Bo'll,"n nijkei
v.. R iii.ft'.N-T ihctpcrdv,
irttmy latfa tO p -y. Jark t
.iti.i m
fair. Ask R Brjrtf)
i m boa Kjuiiiui youi hair >
bel In lube, the tutt-h uiJ ihc Uigt #p"iy alar.
there's more foam in
BRYLFOAM
THE OBIOIMAL CMAM Si'.AMPOO IN TUBE



...bwled i" keap jmi
4 cool and elegwil all tfcnragh Um daj
\
YARDLEYr^ 7 AaVENDIH
i
tl \ \ H l> I I V II LONDON
r. -t./*. u +l ma
SAC
! ECTRIC
K

, i. iM.

en

i
Solid chromium- pi Met
tundlo incorporating
concealed lock.
*
THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD.
BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS
nmuu! i.. m -i oirwiiNO
ASK FOR THE FAMOUS------
\i i iin si: i>ii*oiitaxt h:\ii itis i.\ dive larmeyt
made with Cup-lift Inserts of an
exclusive, patented, fused porous
material
give permanent, positive comfor-
table -upport.
tmlored in Fashion latest sil-
houettes
eaiy to launder
never lose shape in wearing or
washing
__________________I________________
will not chale. rub or irr'ate
restore
form
iron
design"
lze the Small Bust. Flatter the
Averap B I Minimize the Large
Bust
I OUARAN
TEED foi the life of the Bra.
Kit
\.l
EKES
/ .xfiiisiri'ltj Stftit Hi ilf.....
Mii:ii\ um ss siiojti


PACK IOIR
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY,
PICKWICK SCORKS ONLY VICTORY
1 Tient Ilndge rvi I I f -
-* innings total uf 223
Although the England liitMiicn in their agCBJld *pell at the
middle in mil rum of the S35 deficit
ii will be admitted thai tfir West Indies have place!
thcmscivi Itlon 'or forcing
HIOHLIOHT
<-|->HK HIGHLIGHT ..f On am, a
del up by taking he nil
to his -tumps
SI'AKTAN
S3
31
WASDKHrKS v
Mjiidrtrr. I ;.. and
Spartan T *nri (far I mklai
WANDERERS rhO "i- .. I-
ing Spartan by 66 runs on
inning' and had !<> two Wtcfcetl
for an additional 10 runs by the
close of play on the lOCOnd das of
: Park
I bvtUU of Worrell rod Weekea, who in patting pB 288 fur It*
fourth wicket the individual totnll l*um Worrell 21 ami Wccfcl
129 lowond lee record! ihi tpptor In another part of tab Hjut,
Infer ex and | ire again rearing their
ugh bend 14 Won ol the match. For rea i
which 1 Cannot understand some schools of thought, not altogether nvr of the Cumbcrmcre wickets
responsible, have been spreading it far and near th.it the West Indies or jj nin> jner bowling II overs
were due to make a total that would border on the unreal or the |lp ;,iWJ1. bed UM bat-men In two
miraculou- and thai Worrell ind Waakaa would return preeggMut In- miru|s mid
dividual I
THEV DID NOT
TIIK.y did not. if we must judge ihaU perfoinianca by thi
tantaH I not UM In mj "ifp*"" thai did extremely well
and the team BJ ;i whole, ..(though than ami nothing In the auppnit*
ing hatting I" exploit 'hi- rTUarUrig and enfeebling way in which
Weekes and Worrell had treated the English howling on Fn I
1 think that the> need not DC I :.-id.i>\ performance.
My argument is that whenever the key batsmen bat and the key
if We. ton and Wor- '""' l,<',l <**"
n II thai IIVI n I th. West Indies lead Jed_th- England hy over three hundred runi on Ural Innings there should be no lor J "-ickeii
bellyaching if. M Johnaon, Ramadhlo and Valentine wicket yesterday, ami di lard the
are dismissed ehl innings rinsed. Spartan were set
WF ire cy[*v Una them to imwi nu out now. alnce there are rail
I well, then m my opinion.
d I cannot te ton harsh if they
faA to add an) apprcctaba accepted and the game ended in
SEVEN YEARS' EXILE tome draw w.th tha ila^ team
1 MUST now tUI I now to diwuss the Imperial cricket gating first innings' lead points
fixture* muet feel in- R-'n interrupted play ronaldcr-
dbjnant, and in mv nptnlon right!) s., Thev do nol vtari England ahiy yeaiarnay and on no lea
gafa after MQ tour, until 1967 <>i reuld have '>" occasion* the players had to
been 1RS5. return to the panrtllM for I am not ii run I am going n> Tha i D Davte
label i: re*oeardi end L-81 HUI put on an addli
I am all td 4* runt, howfVar, ltefore they
from tha Wi roi
lhaM.CC for (ha day. St. Hill wai
South Afriea and Australia vi | [our year* and thi g i. ,.. |,* I.. F
PICKWICK only outright vtclorv in the first
c f th* Flral Elavi i ) i.
The fiin-i i..... it- nit.-1 in fli i innmj uui I iwa Wan
ilei'ei.-; t.ikii, honoui ai iparlai r lici --i Carltun
and CoUajflg uvei I !, I
PICKWICK ubt ad an i
< potnti *heh Ii-
*iiberinere for 3-' ruttl In tbeil Ph> 'h. it
iond inning- yaatardai) at Ken- ii. hi ng but they wen

A little ram had fallen OJl the <.
old not K
, rrom it Ml
Pulite I...M- 2 Wirkrts
Polki
i var*waah < p
iwu gunk arldtat
t .1,* rddad b i
W.iiii.1 who WBl then 24 was
tempted to come down to a wall
flighted ball from K Hutd
'he bull
SCORE BOARD
tngton Oval .i. U*
crickn matt h I'nkwiik daclarad
-t 2Wi for tig wickets in thair H^t
i school-
l,vs fur M m their turn at the
w.ckei
I who was not out 3 and
Ite. kle -ix continued tor Ooaabar-
J...... tbali
nimngs altar m. wiehalj had friu-
m Ibt aravloua Saturday
Becklai howavi i -.. .....i out
aught b) Kldnnj H
of Jordan whe
, "Mill *.KI
H-*naer itpd kk i Taylor
I I. ftnulh a TaMmr B lUrlMU
Topnir. r Hr*4 b JoM.
! ak.c. r Kidixv b Jonbn
A Jordan
EtlMiil nol *ui
IS *
H anawaati
I ...on I I
I'AHIT.'N -t,d InnifK
D niaf-ii -r
I HKirDifuoci b Pradibiw
N. % L'li-a. Ib. b Dl^rtn^n
I;, >.....
ii s Ij*wh b T*-*i+i\*.
iodar I b b Drad>ha>.
II
k h wareaa
iatj
Bvar b ariw
3. I b. 4
Total i (of 1 Kkti >
W M.r-hjii and K Huhhin
ut bat
fall of w.rM. : I lor I. I (or ft). 1 lot
. ..I I ft tot *. J tor
Mr ii. i ioi j.
r . V i. at
IIUMIJNC \NAI.V'^
II I hH IN. t (t
um
nowi.ixa ,
I tw
One cannot pretend to he sal sfled WlUl th.' i
August meeting which .losed last Thursday The i.umbers art dJ -
ti.buUd evenly enough, it is true, but in laces .Ike those !
;i. they m-ght yet turn out to be merely lleticious. What happen, j
hire was that moat of the owners thought tin- D ( laai racOa would
racntffl only one or two and they have enured horses from K riat
This gives the effect of a large number in these .lice* when in point
.f fact only a few are really E class horses nnd the n-t prom f
141. T fo. Thprt ^ wvn
The other wicki-l to fall Wa-
that of o liarahall who
to a lag break fn.m the
s.irni- t.iulci '!'
Uaan i. ad 101 i ind Muti hln
On had taken 2 for 19
i joiT,. ii Brew i
hail t.ik.-n w.iinarS placi
thev took the score on b
' i i for five
UkM
With the aeon at 135. the eighth
vickat fell. Brawatai being caught
i> I.in olT 'lie liowU
rain-affeeted ng *.l W Qreanldga. I
n ami ike the

the almost impobti'ble talk of mak- ..Th" brought C Iha.l-i.
ng 150 runs in 65 minutes to w.n Mnrn to,- Aid not
he match. The challenge was not
howl..i t Warn
inought back on Irom thi South
and m. in aeon
ra lit lor I
l -Tie was last mai
ll II Kir* 1 1
1 Wid
A M 1. II 1
11 S
' : j
If til V w n w snixr
i i .-
ii
wAMmnJi;
W.lkf c 1 '
D i* up.
IUlM> Ii Hr.l
n Hill b
r Aiktrami c rh.o- b Phillip
N Halll 1 I i. n.,tTi.

llro.ll b Plillllp
'1 McDHI. M I ...it
......'.I I.I 1.......
afca'-ia'i
1. no M .
1 ran tie 1 b
ill put
. n ;'3 i h
i r I5S
Victory In IM iHtontM?
th the ta&k of nu
.
nl their ownn
. f, Hutd
I
...
md Dgvla followed too i 13
.'. ,i. to tl all of 11
to fast bowlai P Phil
.i, .I
iuiwum; uiaj am
I. V t
I'MllilM 13 I '
II... 1 I
ft 0 !
1 s&
TAX and ivniKoi
rafeaU

Cav* r Hjih..... I. WilliBi...
Ilutcmt..>, b wta
Oiwiw Oorbaj b w.liu.1
Ivrk.i.. um am
Wrlrh b Willlaiiu
WIIBanM c Roe* b Kina
HOWLING ANALYSIS
Kmi 4 I
pajllitai Oat iMinf
I W Smitii r a b omrim
Mr Ciller.! b fair .
i I,- I. Wilk.r
!'.. e *kpi b Wilkir
in aojuatiy
afi
li
mod dltplav,
Four wlekati bad noa fallan f<.;-
.VI run. and 3 < *r <-
tional II. G Pr warb 11 and
T M, Beth 6. were a! I' e wicket
and hud taken the aeon to 83 when
when Skipper Norman Marshall
ted the inning" ttoaad
Spartan opanad with T Atkins
and S Griffith. The wi< ket did |h#
not preteni tha problemi that one
*. utd have expei ted and tha bata-
ii i n had no dUBcuHi In fatting
well over the ball Thev put up
10 runs before CrltTUli
from J. Cheeseioan tj
Proven., ,n tllpa and arai out li i
Harris joined Atklni and
i
:
Tea ' taken tbortl)
. .
the Intervi i
enad the rate ol teorine and .''li
in In M irdnuti
. \' 3r. while h partm
F. Hutchli

-
and y I1

laad S3 rui bafoar Lw i
the New
Iron . get
.
LUDICK0U1
THIS .tffairs l'l.. :
.. England li an affafi with IU own national pwpu
.... ... ... ...
altraeUoni ' Wi
A follower of imperial erleket will at mi.. iml *.. popularity
South Aii. >an and Ma t
Nourea, Rowan, McCarthy, Donnelly, SutcUffc and Hadlea
Itut eould one comiwre linn poaalblllUai ol being diaw.ng cards
with : Waakl walcOtt, Raniadhin. Vaiemt
Johnson?
ranked bight} wtta the world'i beat In then
have proven tharnaelvei to be w nhj ol beini
placi among ihi beat i the world today
VI. TOOK THEIR TIME
A. tad the Weal Indnea team look
accintonui' to Kngii'h rnndltlona, but the (act that lhaj bavi
up a I. on ovei Bva hundred In .. da) and thei
huge lol.il i i ''' i agaltiNt Ia-hi-liisluii' in ,i da> lius tlatiiix I tin
cricketers who play cricket (or the gamaVl sake, at It is mapl -
'tik- Waat huiic ran luatlnahly claun that thev are th. ineond ^V* took the acor* * 2S wh*"
biggest attractions in the worlil Uiay. and "i wh% should tin- Inter- AlK,ns mititned a delivery from
national I'mkei Conuntttae Ignore then ilaunsP.ir anothai >i~ii to Marthall and wa'- out lb w Harris
Brudand bel a u alapaa and b. n. M^rm played out time
1 ..inp.i'hi-oil nun the English view that F.iiglaml is ptaylru t'-' annglng the score to 31. Harris
much cricket find .me free en given them, but whj panallaa tha West Indians" C'ARLTON y, VOlAVk"
REVIEW THE QUESTION Police 79 and tii
IT It to 1-e ho|>ed that this quaaoan will ba reviewed in the light of f'arlion 51 and (for 7 wku) 183
of the tremendous progre** which the Wesl Indies have made ONLY i me and 4 runs rtOOd Hutchlni
iheMC.t ....r:. ind iiu ri^t Test match. between Cariton and victory in pull to leg
Why should aomc M lha greataet batamen In the world bo allowed their match againat Police ..i including Avc fou
I"" ,:'' "ll1 '*' i'"smW> reure rrom lha name before Ihej are given Carllon yeatardaj PoUce howavai Lawleaa loined F.
the opportunity to vlttt Eng^nd again
TOO MANY RUN OUT
TIE w*i having that] own headache about batamen
being run out but thi to Ik- affe.tini: (il.iveis in Flrit
rlaat Counli erleket In England u well Hare <- an axtracl from "The
. ...
ji-i mam batamari run out in iirsi-cluss cricket
rd ll Kent who loot rune wlclcett run out
in live gamai Next came Warwickshire with eight and Surrey and
Somci .t Mil '.< i ii.
Oxford Unlveralta are il bad ixffandan in seven maiehM the)
had nine men run OUl
i idtni ilfi otti n .i lha **ral blti' by bad

1- it i run out is not to be measured by the number
of run* he probably would have scored. Nothing shakes the ronfl*
dence of ,i batting side like a man mil out "

n ah. iim^

II..-
Mr UcCM
Wi.ii.i. ,
.. .
i b Vs
.-
I-Olfi gIM laalnf* ''<
I ABirON 1*1 Ian.!>!
'HMII--1 liiBlai,
I- Taylo.- lb w. b Fdahill
I . vi ||| .
i I. I. F.Hhill
I ..n ', rdait.n
ll. (iivrnidJi-
i. H
| n-r.-lr. I ..- I. (Jr*tiidr
> bK Ituu-a.nM.n

II .M
i took
I 1111 .1
i real-
v a. r. ii.
r | .i
give.....U k : ! n to B
It B i it ball ol
t one on
centre stump that deceived Luce
I and I
.
low
87 To Qaj
The ion went up after aboul '|| a* varwaak score

I (... 7*. f\.r 101. !
i ror las a i in
r.iwimo vn*ivan
O M.
1
t> W.'iiam. 1 I
11 I 4 1
ir^. 1 IALV
nOWMNC AN.Mlsi.
I I-H-.I mJ In,,,,,,.
Ml MeCOmla r tmlin b Willlan- It
' .it... >, c.-il, ii |T
Cave r wkpr b Klna 11
niB>n William. 11
H.i*t-hm-.n>i rim mil |
PrrHliu c Rmllh b Willia'n. I
W-lrb IH.I .ml
Will -. i. I
fatal ifai wki-1 as
i He 1L 1 fur 44. 3 Id
K. fan as. & fn. m. a t. to
mtwi ma a*'M varg
. M. R V
if plaj nu- left Cariton
imre runi to make in an
nitei
with iv
hour
in forcing the pace, sk pper M
Hutchlnaon played on one from
Brndahaw t>> in- iturnpi Rrnd-
.had hail shortened the ball
"hlch and 12 repectiveiy.
' pad jt 56 I g > Cave and Par- Given 155 runs to make for
ii opanad Uu innings on an v ctorjr ir 80 minutes.
,-..-> wicket againat tha bowling opattad with Mr, Mc Cotnai
one from G. class.
Of course I do not think that thin smaller than exp*-led entry
bodes ill for Barbados racing. II is merely a circumstance oc>
hy an extraordinary number of illnesses, and breakdowns on one
hand and a few who are being withheld for future meetings. The
illness-breakdown lit is lengthy Indeed I have counted at least a
lOUnd doaen who had chances of racing in August and there might
in* one or two more. These include such as I'aclora. Drakes Drum,
BOV, St. Moritz, Lady Belle. Atomic II. Perseverance. Usher,
Seawell. Identify, Wateibellc. and Bonnie Lass. Those waiting a
Liter opportunity include Bow Hell- Hilo, Soprano and Diu.. <.
the la-', three all two-year-olds.
Perhaps there is another factor which will always make our
August meetings suffer for the want of a numerous entry and Dial
is the time of the year at which it is held. Wedged in httwaau
tha T.T.C. June meeting and the Arlma Hxturc one can hardlv
expect Trinidad owners and trainers to treat it seriously unless 0UI
stakes were much larger. As there is no likelihood of us surpassing
iiher of these two meetings with stoke value we might as well resign
ourselves to the fact that our August fix tun* will always bo mainlv
locally supported.
If the entries on a whole do not please me then I might as we 1
say thai the one for the Derby has driven me almost to di'gust Thai
W0 should come down to six in such a year of quantity and qua] I
aj uaree-year-oldi li ttttla dwri of tragic. Bow Ba]
wai int mated all along wou'd not be Thi
\' . when Crors Bow arrived (> i V
Ifiokln I ll pad thai *e might aea B<
, V. v. learned that sh" would not, then wi
p I Watei
!.... r'.orii lii :-. for no
aaacd Inn .-.i ance work than I lag
and he i0u wa* on the elimination list.
Thlj leaves tut with Watercress and five opponents who altrou i
. i I..-.'-. an- nil decidedly backward and not capable
Ol keeping up a good gallop over nine furlongs Oik |
I put forward the plea let us have our Guineas in August, our
i in November.
It is possible that the most interesting racing for the inc. tn
Will he Bean In the C" class races. Even in the Maiden Stakes, with
!ily live entrants, it will not be easy to pick the winner. In the
Mid Summer Stakes over 74 furlongs it will be more difficult Ba
far 1 have only seen one of thes- nine entrants on whom I would
1.1 place anj money, Then in the handleapa on the second and third
..... || |i quite probable that the winners of the lir*t day might
well find the opposition |00 keen to repeat I am therefore looking
forward lo some very evenly divided spoils in this class for the
inlire meeting
Of the two-year-olds Uttle can be Bald at present. Naturally
.. big Ally like Best Wishes will always attract the attention
most but it has been frequently the case that the small ones haw
tc l>e seen racing first before one can decide anything about them
the.
got tin
Pol,
thi
lean DOW lad Will
Hi I
but he hit
WATER POLO INTERESTING
HH a/ai : Polo League ertea li now becoming very interesting
itumlas, (last year*! Ind Sea Scouts) are again doing well having
won all then matcnea i layed ao fai lo core '; potnti Maaraat t
them ar. B BworaOah with three points
Kish and Bwi rdtlsl follow with two points each
Bonii.e. however, are one match ahead ol the othen .md the)
are faced with tt.e hard taak ol maatlni lha rorrnldabla Snapper*
: am an Ihui
Snappei* who beal Police In then laat fixture -i* foali la lovi
are going all oui to cam "" the i ^-i1 ri"1 other match on Thuradu
will also i- Bw/rdflan and Plying Fish who nn both
lying one before laat m the league table have a chance ol lumping Lui
pointi
in (hen Aral Inning
made vy and bowled out Cariton N..nh and
for 51 PuUoe went Uick and Hutcl
e.uriiil then over week score of batted llowlj
100 for 5 tn 158. giving Carllon '""'^
187 to make m ISO minutes for Brad*haw's Kifth
victory ai cloae of play, Cariton itradshaw got ins tifth wicket
got 183 out of Iherri with a whan ba got dcclaion lor leg
wickets ilt hand. before against W. Qreenldge. The
Although l-ailtnii was near to I'dal core was I hen 1 * for 'i ,nd
winning, there traj .. tune when OraeflldgeJ* was s
the match could have
body's. Through'
Innings, Cariton was
Clock w.ih a wicket falling now If"* ,1,u*hl at *ep
and again to Police.
Hiadshaw. Police's nuinbi'r one
Williams and Cnrbln. Cave
it by Harrison off Wil-
llanu without adding to his over-
weak -roie William- who was
iffiuTUS SIS '"'" v 5...........
Dad the remaining Datsmen in
trouble and alter .in hour's play.
Lodge were all out for 81 The
bowling honours went to J. A
HulchJ
nil the core il I
Itradshaw continued fuun
ih against the bowling of J
A William* and Corbin The first
deUvary from J. A. Williams
was hustled to the boundary by
Mr He Cornle, and it looked as
tliey would net the run- 1
3d runs were up In th< first )".
ilnutes of play. Williams.
Lodge However it can be said that by general looks and babavtof
ul
who to
.. i< keti
promising lot.
I have already had something to say about this year's crop of
-year-olds when I was discussing some Irom first impress!..t
others merely from breeding and hcrcsav It might not be out of
to give further Impressions of those who have nn.\
although I am yet to see Miracle and C.allant Hawk.
There are eight entered and ns I said above Bag) v.
out on looks. She is already IS hands 3) inches tall and. as 1 have no
the ball away from the bat doubt she will continue to grow, by the time she is thn-
cheeked the rate of scoring, and will be a g-d 16 hands. There are few creoles bred 1
Lodge soon lost iheir flrst wie- vvhlch have grown to this height and still fewer m pl.u es like Trinidad,
ket when Corbin clean bowled Grenada nnd n.<;. Therefore on ahn alone St Vincent can be proud
Kilrai' 2?V ,l- i L'" ,KaI lh look: the core to< whan Wi'l* '""' hr''11 s,arlc liarni made Mr |fc Cornle edge pBHMii a good turn of foot.
the hall into the hand of C. W. Cross Itoads Is another big on*' A half-hrnther to .Mnn.i. II bt
over from Outram. Lodge smith. Cave now filled the breach, must be ckMC Ml sixteen banda lun.elf He i ol.viouslv the late
(>ncer he got four boundaries This nnd Glasgow was having a go developing type and since laat January, when I saw him first, he ho-;
7. and u-en growing stendily Into better prOOOrtlona Hll quartan are not
Glasgow ,,uiie ;is massive as Atomic il. which is only to be expected
Dunask not being as well fitted out in this respect as O.T.C. But
lli.iehn.snn than mined Cave he mllld5 u. miu.i, r Alo|Ta, ,n tnc
With lead Of 19 runs the
. .i | WOnl after
in, and m the tiist tifleen min*
t.-. made 30 inns, all of which
. ra cored by C w Smith.
a a time when i.iv, i.i .in A vsiiu....... loined rren ;.,.. raU, 0f lfr^ WM maintain- .,... ,,,,. ,,, ,.,, ,,.. .
gallops. I like hm
llutchinson then joined *_.
THE W.,l. J-..1.......... bmin very inL-i.-snns ' bowlr,. ,nl, much oul l ., ,..,, kl, T|u, ,_,,,, ,s jrrow3 A bowllni AW TO nk ",! ,0"'r u'"' '"'"" '"'"'. Rivormln would ! a lovclv nily lo look al but I Scout.) ro again duine wrtl havtof VZ^St ,V ,-,"', V? "' l9 *" lUlnufe M Ihta rMUlMd l.i V BmHh'l briM " "" ""' " rhMiMKI mm- du no1 kno" whjl i""1 ', k""-s ""'v "' wnned, but lh<.> jr.- II..-
h aud Fl,,k """<" lP,g* :",, ; V '.' '.;; j-agSJ ','r''.",, ,,";", '',kor "' *, hiuZ a, ^,ne X th. P -<, .111 n, b. > ,,. ,.,1. uu,,, mum l.t.r.
n( the dav were from Edg. were undefeated '" M and m Cove upenwi the Lodge attack woree when can was caught be- ,i courm IM hat nra to tins may teem natural bul it is not all ol hll
lull. OreenMge and k HutcMn- "'sl"**'.,v.:J.v,.. "" lunch, and Boca a*a soori H^#yiJ,I ftSE bwli at which have It Bometlmaa I wondei where ha got it Iran. Andy
had It, lied Ensign had it. and thev were two Ol the beat ball-
I have ever seen. But neither Carlo Boj nor Balorna had it, and they
^droveono came in to loin Welch, but hi^ e"-c punks. On the strength ol this Clement.na .houl.i
. third pi., i match. and 48. The> both gave chances 1IAHRIS4)N College Mined flral ,,( WllkJe'l dellverlet lot four to rtay was not lone liefore he e Bonitci :.ire so well in the second round, as but the runs were m..- nlngl lend potnta when their ... nd Up 90 on the til "' ''"' "f William*' deliveries Into Fi.me Flower is a well made compact little model of a thorounh-
luno^aratani tht the aorvlcea el UndrwlnaBr^Herbert l^rgeb reasonalblo f who will ndmnf M nn, tl> ,hl. r overweek the Lodge BChoOl ended iaaa* I I men I Ud With the -ore at ISd minutes n.ore for play William- haj one of the few with a Roman nose that has ever Impre
/ere was poor fielding on the ir a draw. There wO- no play on for 8, they^ ^gSSSiJSSA^iJm ""'-.!*:. *JlC.?l"e ult" WcK'h Rul ^h'- ls so sn,a11 lh"' "he will have to nniHei plent)
hind (he wicket
.....f Cariton who tooh :i for"*! I-oimii: ra OOLUtGI aant ba.k with the aeore at mi. lug tor ll run... The Score
3 for 4? ami 2 foi ]'i i, ;.,. t ., ., Collrge M aid ilUr K ukl. deed > The wokei was pUtyln| eaay al In 11. It was only a short
Hutchlnaon and Brickie ': thb utage and Wllllanu who had spkee of time alter, that iVrkiiv
played good innlngi for 53 Lodge SI and tfor 6 skM K.i Qlttens I


ing (or England,
Tnun
Harold Bynoa, who will
i have to hold on to their sub-
hoUlo be very exciting
part of Cariton Not less than the recond da) and 1-odge re- GUM
I and Mlackn
kdc 19. -8 played out die tii
get :
a here with her
ntempnrarii
of qualitv
NEW Mobiloil
r*7r/i Amazing
Sew Protective
Properties For
Your Car's
Engine
Keen* tnglnes Cleaner n-. Mobiloil ha< p*>ial
Clranint proprniet -hich preveni carbon dcfoailj f(om
forming on vital engine pansbearing*, talvr*. ontuni.
ringi.
Improvoi Cor Parformanco Because N." Mahllall
HII ketp your eaghu .Iranei ou'll gel more pv'f '"
faaier. at*lraie ajukker, pifoim imooihn on long drt*e.
Prolong* Englna'k LifeClaaawrraartacauea iM.fii.iion.
lra> wear, few mginr wiit reejuaart lower repair* and aear-
haula. give more yeara o' dependable atillfti Tell raw dealer
tadav iw change > our oil lo Nl Mubilull I
. iibisii anarin a cm lu.*e*aw *i
Shave smoother,
closer.
more comfortably
than ever before.
SPECIALLY DESIGNED...
X for the
Biroctt. it slim and elegant in appearance with in a
case* ii grey, blue, maroon and black with cap* in gkajntng
silvery argenitc.
Birocttc gives true Biro service and urwridee a bandy
means of wtiting at any time or ptacc. r' >
Birocnc has already made thousands of writing niondi
MiKc its recent introduction. Your Biro
dealer will be delighted to demonstrate the
Biroene and to supply you with refill*
D
S'MO KelilU
i/uyeite
a pen planned for a purpose
iTraPuMPH.


SUNDAY. JULY 23. 195(1
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
England Fights Back Well
I'M.I
Krso. Mf 1
mates'. come-back* vvei
Test .ncket.
.-------------'' ""u Mil ik p., ,..,.
i-i ^i'.i -:-:- - ->>
Revenge r^_ urii.u,r
"-*'*-f*. wwr been suojail- u.a[ nil(ll tl| ,0/_,_,
^ to the brutal violence ol Weeke. encae. >onJt good it a uill*
and u> the more refined ir more .... Caribbean jSi de *"
excruciatini.-_ loiiine ot worieii '
nc had worxed wiWoui
under toe n tagging
'swiged himself "to the fun* bar. inn tht- aVcident
iioliiw. loo wu to aome extent 'houla win m mod i(
I1^x"'a twJ" *""* Uoru- ** cou**e' & >< Prt.net.i
tot the valuab e wickt of Weekei f*"'> : MsUBUii,. .
oU b/ binuell. and the 2 he -' concafisod s.-tnetW
SccurrU too*, have made hi* The first Test ui 1*4* i i
?>SS,' much n^ readable 0f* firmly -in the u-.,.' when
ime when we lost toe matcn at M*"-!'"". turn to any thai '-ol ""usual trick ami natcbM
coui.
...j.-ciru into me.r youribl.,
inn We i-te toe wees>cr,u su.. *vci
u lwu.> be Hi .uiumand ul ur situation an,,
W*Um
LlOtllCi. aallLI hm ula-
tag Luiihdentl)
<....!. i J aad Jutuuan . '.
.I.mii- u m Hrd*er next at*
earn tar du;-a tioju'ia
kMMfeaJ mm- lo iaidle> a( aanj
ana JahntMin raumt b> I -
-a**", ttamauhm. *|Wr pravia
mi kvnae ui>*'i" and amuar
iihiii b) Minimi a lu idI
Valenun* cam* and
v tttjo,
. fodnvourad .
tnalch j few boundant
Hedsrr m ti |
overs had been com- ,
bBfOrf the Pu}i>i, M l.t|h|B%
1 * For a brief r
,plll
rathei thaa *'!. i pray, and all
re.n-hed anaitBI bggWl
' Ur.i it *oi gOOO
i me oath
The two )rOttngBMn Kept peg-
(.in*; .ivij* Lut tin- batmen Brat*
IP nv wav discomforted and the
(: itcadlb long arllh
ring spor-
Thc nearest we came to
wai when Ha mad h in beat
Washbrook with the score at 8* Tranwra had the opportunity u
bod the batsman then 38 It ap- afffc "n the track oub
rcrl to be a very__c_loae call and barraU d|[ai;i veter nwniln|
cood gal
BW| DV*| ',
JULY 23 -
Sun Qtw.en9
Storm's Gift
Impre&niw
l toe contributor]! cnura ol v,cl'-' fr "' <* lrserviiw hands """' |l'*1 *"'"* '" UP"--------
that coUapaa was Ui laUurt of A*"" " Trinidad bi the same "*' u' on* >>ul"<'
our batung This statement ap. srr"- rain rushed To Uie rcactw Huli e* ""
pears to have caused a rnnrirtar "' AIN-b's team If the Waft In- wlln auie controversy m toe only paper in which l have so far seen pay nouib to uuf.n the Old Cmi- '.'"i > COdad ignomi not
reporu. more mut we feai " fi i AM 00 19
liattinif Failure '"* rt,,(Ilr"i' pouda t-ntlne I Seven WeM [ndlan ..
i iniM it htiu u understood Thr BH*i
that I am inviting no second sputa ','' wa* a capacity S.turuaV> ! iun* in 80 miiuu- ., .
ol letters to the editor when 1 enVfi *" W.. i ...^ ptaiaga ntPBjd
write now that we saw a batting walked Troin the pavilion thi> Bviry credit must Iw glyai
failure to-day Collaterally wo '"*rnU) to the w-t iiuim, of Alec Bedaer who had
wo bowling triumph a tri- ^WiPg hand* and wakonnna steadily yesterday and muat i,
I'mpb from wnl.-h I have no wuhi heers Ones again there hao l'''a*el with to-day* results H
to detract but if you still feel Uli Jjjht rain and to* bcavy was ubl*' ,n wreak his vengeai...
u!V b ?'ium* tKMd ,nc ,a" of motor rwllei wgu, rwn ovr the "*" loniwntor> H. t.-.
Z-S f t3**a_VSp; V535' pUcb bc,ort' ^mnption There " **** -d* '" M | y
: < ^*^. I- m MM i. n ., tttti raoa uaanlng a "- Mrwung ttuouflg
SlSsFs a^^SS s srf.............,m""
Thuraday an.1 the even ncne. We*J* was .1.11 hnipinK ~* he walked to the wi.h.-t to "
ihoul lOM
Innlngg wai twanty min-
du M iln> luneheun
(sumption because of rain A hfht
rott appealed What for. I do
a because the batsman
had nnt appeared to move Three
' t there, was another
f the i .-. Ill
h iUmi man gi
'< "i ir ronest almiil it and no
rurttMH pi*] w... i>o--tble The
I re W3- 8* for imtir with
k M and Suni
Raoraa

bat

I
* i >.<
raaakH
mini.
Taiain <^i
an* n b anl..r
iienune a I
..
wWl A
S tnhai they
, t
No a |too i. - Inllow.
LB 41
.i Qua s.n box
> Ui i :>* .1 5
Klower:
am in bs i s
(IV. It: I
NO. 129
The Topic
of
Last Week
' vary

'- I'.lliun u. \u l>..x in I J.
.. Ughj rain
Foxgloxe box to bo
i mioi labli
on ami Battalion: box to
U>X in I 24 4 8 netther ait I r.inch
1 '
On of Woriell, Weekoi, Rae and X .
iollmeyer afterwards had nut (he ,JkV h,s M:"ul "^"^ ,h' bowling "cTf w* *'hl
side into an unassailable position ' Hw*'' froi" the pavilion end ,"
I shudder to think what would New Uall
have happened if uMM men had
bhwiiw: *N
Yaidlej- did not give i|. :
merely made .espcctabla scores second over, but bTOUgtl
pr sUaight awav Tlu |
Best (.'mud look the new >w,Il during the
It was a pity that rain inter- course of the over and brouaht
fried so much wit), this after, two leg Blip, into pasltHM
aSSLfte IT *"s *" Worrell reached In. 25 a stroke
ended day of the_presant malch before the Innings toulled 500
ocioi-k th!s Ten mjnutas had sddad 21
iwut ami the '
and long before
ning there wi.<
$tiyjuSrnstmifssi! I
queue beKa to torra before mln- "^ ?5 ml"Ulefc. Th>" I""1
quei
pro-
rilghtand" *J>aaZ JilL.^W -J* 247 hjurth
tti Km. wiifcel
the earlvhour^ i";*" ^ wh'' Ww" nd
Walcott had establL-heo this year
pk joined it frorri
Of this morning.
Traffltewas lammed over a con- i'1 Slirre>' At 503 tlu? pair BaM
Mticruble distanci- and wh.n * Mi pg^taWllnlp of Hut-
galas opened at 10 o'clock spec- lo" nn t:.l rs filled ihe stands and over- ,t" .which until now
flowed onto the grass uaht up to highest lest partnership ao tar Slmi
the edge r the roue- long before n-corded in the England -West off balar
the start of the game The final Indies en.-
ri.lf hour nf wailing was pajaad
pleaBBntly enough walching Woi-
rcll and Weeke-? wnrmlng up Bt
..... nc|s
about
druuUf had fallen throughout the
Interval and '.< unnparatura ha.i
l!|oppl^l appreciablyin fart t
w faallng prettj cold Johnaoa
nod fforraJI contlnuad to i>oh'
and the Bniflai.'i Ksorj raaenBd
.1-a .itt. i hall mi houi
at the but Tlie truing was slow
and the BOOM was II when
Ooddard mada his ftrai Avtm
. fter thraa quartan of sn hour'-
- thi- pa-
vilion end from worrgf) and
Washbrook raised a bin '
olause when he drove the new
Kiwler back along the turf to
ihe pavilion t<> relieve the monot-
enty-seven Johr
I V-'s
C-Mtiri
\'ai>ni'w
"THIS
ENGLAND!''
''"'< OW in tJ
given .. taste

I
' :. nultaa]
Bun i ii.- arorkad ab
*'ing the box to box m I 30 and
I II
.;.,-en Blwaj
=rd llii'.shin.' vei y
ii Rvi ui M'
i Bi sllovrad
io stride out proparb and did '
in i U
Bidatead ran wall wtthta her-
f to tlo a box lo box in 1 33
i the bit
LONDON July U
West Indian cricket has ad-
duced almost lo Ihe same extern
Tnghsh crick*! lias declined
Bi BriafM
Vvonel doing
. I 26
-i aaaaft aaai


- tU.Kl
'hi am iw a.iiJ(.j
M t".t pal
I BaHM to mr h,
it ihr work
Hlil
H M ia. M
- Ift'l down IB
HI" qu

i.il.,.-. .

Ids > m
I BnaHsB sMara

Worrell Out
It was .not long before the
crowd had something lo cheer
Dt-lciminaliiin
">val In on.
the -roulrt hava taken h return from I'roof if this
but i,. a/gg aapanmav provided by ih.
thfl end of hll run by Sn Pelham
ed the chance whan he wrote a prafBCB ol an
ic.nunl of the flrsl West Indian
otn in England
He wrote fhe team lonXrOVed
ii. bj day and at ihe end al th
tour was quite equal to first class
cricket"
As ir it were not painful enough
itnesa the degradation of Eng-
encketone reads such scorn-
ful headlines as "Thii England "
of yesterday's heroe*. Psseni~by naturally disappointed to'see Their At "this rtage pi'av~V.7s r-ekTup Th, "ecount of the firs; West In.
naro go within such close range of 'ol ,W(,nty minutes due to rain
an Acre com- Ueorge Headley's 2<0 still toe uh,'n ? raln' ' course, you
Idp detour h.ghcat score ever nit by a West wl" understand Ji^it this 1 no
Pol,,, A. Work SS'MSS, Sffilri Z SVSST "'- &&%. '" ^ pass*" """
was an Impossible f.avJhJ,n. whera spectators rose in ., S5> Coniez shouled an ear split- Tha England tea
ling appr.il against Simpson, hut ''. "All Weft Indi
vicketJ
fc Shortly after 9 o'clock, a elgud g Wor"' W one Vrom *anTa. {LSgJh !
began to gather outside the Black ^*r "" the "e hands of .,ut loss, the ope,,.., lagfl BJ
Eoy Hotel, the West Indies head- ardley standing fairly deep al grimly determined not to repeal
quarters Inside an hour about 500 1"ra^ ' "P and the BnglWi -I eir first innings failures Qod-
pecple blocked the pavement japtain made no mUUke about dard now switched lo a partial
ami stretched half-way across the bringing th,
Toad waiting to see the departure aad close.
B i fji/i ad ivitli .1 '>
ieie nee statement made 10 boi in 1.21 2 5
Warner in IIKH1 Poatacrlpl did I
*onil"il.ibiy hi I U
Al It) .,!,. tnti Hf
1 enough DUl ihe lattai
could not finish prop" < avlng
Abiin. m do box i. boa In i H
Mi
Utle,

!..- .-*hi.n.m u. a partial prua,.(
great innings to its apm attacic bringing on Valentine ,\" "(LnTll
West Indians were '" relieve his compalrioi Joh.on
daspi"
. kad n i.
The pormai
0 i
nl-
had to cross over the road i
to get through and
relied to make n
han tour is now on view al the
currant ertckat exhibition at the
National Book League offlces in
London Also on view is ihe score-
st: rj Nlgtti ra
lor ranm as thet
in 4ii Hal
Ci.
I bit tOO MOI.il

tu-k and they igove up in go.l vociferous tribute Worrell had
natured disgust Once more. I h't thirty-five fours and Iwo l mpirJ
Fllml Mat not moved
fear. I have to make some criU- !xas and had exploited every his enthusiasm and replied
cism of the London Press. Some stroke In his extensive repertoire
of the Penny Dreadfuls in their Walcotl III and Out
untiring aim able search for the Walcotl came out and tosl hi
human angle gave prominence to Ume l aettina ..ft th. .\Ul
Itertea Which made H appear thar h^Dcd ,|S tUH n
Worrell and the West Indians "ZK k 8 w.'"w V""
generally had boasted that he was *hJC^n/?*Jved ^ ,d*Uht
coming out todav lo l-'al Len V, ,, rtcaPalcnpd wh alacrity
Kuttopel record of 34 in a Test "oll,e' was now brought bock.
match. tms "me from the RadclifTe end
Bttn
Thai was in ihe days
Roads and RtvarmiBt
1 are partner, over thrag lurlongs
omg this dL-ian.v in 40 3 5.
. Clementina, whu idarU.i i.isi
a beaten |H.,,||,d lh(. tJkaVi ,HO .auglil
by three ,, (lll ., ., ,(|| l|nl|il. .,,,,.,
i i 40 flat
hen Km,'
Olanui shake of his head Ood- land could still hold its head high Apollo did 7'. and poked UD
d Johnson from the n the cricket field and that S'lk I'lai.: trim Uu h> I Bvan
i end for the first time of makeN Trent Bridie a little easier tuaUy Silk IManl canuj gwai ,i
itch, but he had only bowl- 'o lake i..i^*. b> return ,
over a- Gomez > relief Aflrr ai( 1( hapj^ned iiefore A|>ollos tunt. must liav. i,
BUI Bgall) held up plav Worrell and Weekes were born I Itla nice
Fingw llil
i .
iMl Could ,A' >
'" I " '- I..... SliMlWIU
II n..- -r tin.
. .,...!.
^'11 Ml I........ I......|
II | |
. ...ii
Wl ilr our Ii..- |..n.,., fi.l.l-i..
i aiiari i,., ...
f. .-
.
" .....W* Jr..i- -.III. tflrr
aponBored by
J & R BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the: bUndera of
J & R RUM
ilong ar
passed whe
ntatch ! lme from the Radcliffv Bpd i1" 'i,,'' r,""k "" P"**! when
Tomorrow morning I know that '" Pla^e of Shackleton. England ^'hbronk got houndarv uWopgh
nt least,one of mv English col- v,"v now n 'heir toes and Bed V"' N'",'\ w"" ol:' '' hi 'l! "
leagues In the press box will be who had dismissed Worfe.l [J0" .^"g?"- _ *- *"T>
carrying a story illustrating the gave them even greater joy h> ^!''"i *"tk, UrhI,U,V, ... '' ^Ji". .
penalties of braggadocio This i<* ''lean bowling Walrott
unfair, because it Is Just not true 83358
Jubilation This was the equal of the grOBt-
There was jubilation ,p^er what Ml total ever made by either team
he had done. There was hope as i" Ihe tests, and Gomez, who now
what he might accomplish, joined Weekes. quickly carried before the
ward. This halfway mark h
rorna after adtiuty live mmut
'/' ri n it If ul Cricket
7 earn Com tng
Surely this la only naturaf and if beyond the 533 "made by Eng-
cannot be called the boorish boast- land in Kingston fifteen years ngo
ing which the papers would im-
pui" VTaasaaal C'aiiKht
England ^ have made an excel- rhe pendulum was now swing-
l 5fJo the"' "SfSS V^'lur," "1|1 hatk from 1>S ^"k and nex".
ond both Simpson and Washbrook UVer Hollies got Weckcs ...ught
umufTlad metho.llc.il manner "^ ' >h plenty of punch l.
which is toe hallmark of the "ul ' to the long on boundary
English approach to life in gen- "'- not get it around anough,
era! and cricket in particular prol>abt> it broke more than rH
h is to be ndmirrd. perhaps it eapcclcd. and HolUes lor* a not
Is to be emulated But 1 mu't '"urn. III. innings wa
A ciicKet team lepiCscnting the
Y..utbful Primers' Association ol
'"''L Trinidad is expected to arrive
When tea was take,,i the score ,H.rc by thv ~CmniuUmn Cruisar-
l*ln,JJ* fr no W1***'- Washhrwk M August B. BJ gu.-t- of thu
l Simpson 23 At the last hnll Advocate Sporls Club to play a
sUDnnl reries of games Mith local teaiiu-.
uteival John
W.' 'r" ,lle fD,a_r*ntI hurt""hh fhe game- get underway
' imulder m the orocess. and August 8 when they are carded
"urrendered the ball although to meet Veteran- in a two dav
h"re was still one more delivery game
" ^ madf',,J Thoy expeel to meet an Kb-,,,, n-
After Teu tan Teachers XI on A14UU ;
The weather was still mleetabh and the Ifrsl Te-l against Un
grcj and cold ujwn resumption Advocate wjll open on August 13
ifTej tea Nearly all of Ihe 25.nun and continue on the following
utople here donned their mac- 'lay. The second Tesl Is ache k-'doshes awl my numbet,'fingeri for August 18 and 17. and a f.rc-
wero struggling with toe ivpe- in II Dance on August 19 will cfl-
v rlttf keys No doubt the l>mi- max the visit
"' exiually afTected. but The proprietor of a Trinidad
Mowed Rnmadhin to join two Sporting Printing Associa-
from ihe pavilion end lions.
r my own We-t Indian attitude in the 'Daily Mail" competition for
abandonment and enjoyment, the fastest hundred this season \* |;.
In Every Packe* of
.V-V.'.W.VftVV'/.'.V*
XHVINCJ
YEAST-VITE
THERE'S PAIN RELIEF
AND TONIC BENEFIT
Yea Yeast-Vita
quicUT soothes away
headaches, neuralgia,
nerve sod rhcunuuic
pains but it docs
something else too f
Because of its valu-
able tonic properties
Yeast-Vuc helps you
lo feel brighter, look
better, sJeep more
easily and enjoy more
energy. Next lime
you wsnt pain relief
take Yeaat-Viir and
get tonic benefit too'
FIT A
Fit AM OIL
FILTER
FOR < (IMPUTE ENGINE PROTOTiON
WE CARRY TYPES FOR ALL POPULAR ENOLISII
AND AMERICAN CARS AND TRUCKS
A TRAM WILL SAVE SOU BREAKDOWNS.
TIME AND MONEY
It has now bwn proved by practical tests that by
tin Mmplp addition o( a PRAM, the life of an internal
combustion engine can be trebled, cost substantially
reduced and engine efficiency increased

I ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
BAY STREET
DIAL 4269
.V.W,'-WV/('///A'.V,V/r%%M(a
VOU can't be really hi unless
* you're clean iriiraV Noi on]*,
does Aodrcwt provide a "fizgy
refreshing drink ;>: take food cati
of aaasr C/aaanawss too I
Andrew* dues its health-g;vnu;
work in four stages It deans ibe m
settles the stomach. I00C U|
finally, gently clean the bowels
Remember your Andrew* when ami u.ik.-
is the taoinutg Also, at any lime during
tiaf day, just take one uraspuonlui in j glass
of cold water io makes ANDREWS UVERSAIT
^E mlDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE*
FOB
SMART
HEALTHY
HAIR
When Von use Hryl.rccm. mug liair will never lei vou down.
It ii *uy in pcrtcvi |Hisitioii rtaTimyhpin ina bjom lun-
ruflra idn I Suit, itaggy, iritfaoul > tnceoi |ua>
ming that\ what Hrylwrccm'.t him
you And n means imKli nkon basfl djM I'or
BrvKrceni *.ontmis muj luirih. I -iltliv
WBJ In pure cmulsili.il oils' !
roon j (.name and banMb Dn Mm.
Osndiult an.l I i^hl ScBtfl A k fa
Brykrccm mosl men do.
DAY LONG SMAHTNFSS
LASTING HAIR HEALTH
Thils thn DOUBLE BENEFIT ol BRYLCIEEM
'-'.**-,,-,,-.-,-,,-.-,. -,.*,*.',-.
: awi
--*.-,',-,*,'-*,--, ^s>v-
BARBADOS TURF CLUB
RACES
MONDAY, ith Al (il ST. PI... (MASK Mill II) n ,
THURSDAY, ...... \i i.i si |.|-,n
StriHKAV. I2il. \l 1.1 l MM
TWENTV Mil It BVI SIS IS \l I
EKillTEVI SIS I II HUM
l-IKST ItAt h. i:\< II KAV I mi P M
The ] S I.KI'KTAKI ..ill In- .illm.illv IummI
..ii r'KIIMY III. AUGUST. 1930, al I mi p.m n.,1
drawn f..r on FBIDAY nil. Mi.I I HSU, ,,i (he
GRAND STAND u l.un l.m Tickets ran I... ,.ur-
HMWl fr..... Ill I.ISI KKMI SM.I.IKS .III I.. 4 till
inn sn FRIDA1 inii Al gist, lusii
Tin. plan f..r ..iinii.s........tin (.it \sn m i\n
will he opened, i- Ii Hows:
To SITIslTIIlll Us
JULY. IUSII
Till USD \v. L-;ih
To THI GKNKKAI. I't'lll.lt i, MONDA*
llal Jt.LY ls, between Ihe hours i and 3.IHI pan doll)
All II.-iI.mii:-. inu.i be pai.l lor h. svil RDAl
.-.th Al'til ST Ml.-.il. In .;iiii ,,,
SUBStHlllllls-,.,. ...... .| T|,.,. (j,
Lailu-s or .liuiiors liiki-l. al U It, ... h
GtNKKAI. PUBLM -l.i.il.....m l>... II4U
Qsaui p'r lia> i M
Puddn. k |i. i l>.,. |1J|
Ladies Seawm
(il'lIlN S.-.lsnn ',/
FIELD STAND- Par Fsrsea par l>...
SB. No Pauses for re-adiiiill.uiii- will he/
All Bookings close al Ike "Ml...... /
on SATURDAY. ".Hi \l I.I s| n.-,o
PosrrivKi.Y no bookisi.s by n.i ti
WILL BK At ( I ITKI1
l. \ I I /
S.-J


I'M.I SIX
sl'MiAY UIVOCATF
SUNDAY, HIV P. MM
_ Britain's Trade
f Lnion Congress
Hj Herbert Trwee*
"At The Cross-roads
Of The Present"
Asthma Mucus
Dissolved 1st. Day
Thr eiigui
Union Congress km yeai
due 1 itive uikfii b> a
local lnii-
before !::< ..rional a-
v.-mbly >. Hash ..nion delegation*.
meeting annually, tin- Trade*
Councils Served
between union-
Kiiin Jon which
ill*
Trades Council i.
Council-. MJ Imlhu pmpor
today. 'Vn.
.11 recou tm in Eng-
land an < V
I rades Council U
am I U on a: the Annual
metal i-i.tr-rence thi*
' r!ww|M"w**c lutUc called thr ^""on of W(. ,,., parilta^,
WK Mnban "I f
'n/ h] Pope PI
irs and of the lnlcrna- dW.-yaf.-s
i-ure
ng lhi> greeting here dur- V
Ymi TW gathering is fton.
on Mian a happ> coincidence
Ml your part. i manifesta-
i your lerttruj II h
i l( mm ad resolu-
n .. "<
I the ripening of th
Qm t u c
Under the auspice of a Joint tend* to safeguard this i
Consultative Committee represent-
Their K- -p-Misihihu
nd the BUBCU'a decision
j!her in *-; Trades Council drlegale.
conference of Tradei Councih :' '"nber of pra
held. Ihk vc.t tall n"l act ai
Wll affect the
rrom "I Trades Coun-
Mudpourl of tn union i U utaroooNoi fully
and organisation '-""ding their
rut disruption ;>i
Admission to the into con'
cure was. in th- nrt pi-,.- '"> '* > '
ftirictod lo delegate* of Trad- policy, but to
policy, and no known communist "-.'.!"* P*
or anybody belonging 11 an or*
ganisatlon prescribed by the T.U C
could be appointed as
This Is the first time communistic
Influences have been excluded
from the conference, in ,,,
with a rule laid down by the
TUC General Council in its
efforts to counteract communist
irifiltrtftmii Into the trade union
decition of thr
OM in Brid-
linglon in 1949 that interference
r
n want, rimer
I p-.licy or tU
m | i
vigilance It
nUd uk: that tne maehui-
Ban been m u|.....ittfui fruit, which w pro-
M trade union- 1( j*t to carry out majority tndt <,f return and universal r i
Ottawa! and ex-
. . i omanrnit>
rll of )us-




-:erhood and peace
.bsence or
- thai spirit which mu'
ad as one of the prlnci-
'
4 men in modern society
MM multitude of unlm-
rvlni
rvaUon from ui
menl Upon their misery and then
..-menl feeds the spirit ol
vll that seeks to turn them nwa>
Inm. Chris*, the tru
la i ,it iiM-in Into .i ti<-Kt
. | athefsnt jind materially, to en-
mesh them In the mecbaniam of there has
social organizations in contradic- r(ll M.
Iheu cant blame ssw
that, ani/tcov
^understanding of the
.iifnculty of the -itLiat. D
to-day. In a !
Iready arisen in moa!
mon i *aje
ran n dj rrJ^*
,;,..- (*ru Ap sed*.. V. I ;- n*
|0' But in the light JJ^'J "
.i t facu. the| -
.....manage
menl which is being del
I hi re of thoae poesl


make men loso
important and
thai which
IUn .i nightmare pre-
cisely on thee old Industrial
We me.in the imminent
B i jH'MMiaiient threat of uneni-
... ...- ....
^ration and assurance ol normal
h. by us . bj aim. is closely
,nke ran
ral juridical, legal and

[Of which
...
i :.iise the
..-.iieul aulhori-
.
iv living in patriarchal m even
ud njtei ...ii- In
Uei ol mutei
JUoa -'t the disastrous I
ti-c-entury!
liberalism A -ocial
qgH hly >urblnc Ih
I 4U1 I hv Mranillni
II ,-
r*at'ul ulrap
*-(lh^ pt rl->-
irruUI** lfcrif>
i u.. .ii.. k. t*
Hi al idmIi and * mir-iy
.>ma aad araw-aiUa In n*i(
' > ihoiiati it mai ' auf-
.... M.-A.
a to e r0" " *t
(*l*
op yout Aiinma in dad or monvv bar*
on roturn ol >n Mendaeo EwSS
II l lUHISIKl
The agony and aaaddenins; iich of
ulcers and enema ar* ended al th*
(rot louch of D.D D. Prescription. ThU
deep penetrating liquid heater kill* th*
poisonoui geraii below the skin sad
qnkklv clear* up en th* moai ohatin-
M( .urcs. OR A BOTTLE TODAY.
Obtainable from all Chemiais.
yon A SMOOTH, COOL $ K IX
the beauty cream
that is a treatment
MAttUXE *<>
protect* tk akin from dart
id.I din .. gaardi -* "" ua
uvenient.
ft'.C
Council, therefore, presupp. i order established by influence ol policy conforming with the duc-
loyalty to this p r When I IJ.hI Mimtfil '" the dawling light ;ne Catholic social movemei.' ,.f the Church, supported
ral of beautiful promises, by the bold r,llCtal policy marked by a pi' M the pprovel of organizations
I members of proacnb< ' boundless success. ,m| iranteha| 'he mattl
organisation> is not lo the trade ttatj .ire letnpled to yield to easy jaw und consequently by *ub- ),-ritual Interests of the people
umun in".' MM I U ( illusions, which can only lead Je<.t,on 0f the private owner In present conditions
ban must apply them to . new and fearful social (0t|,roi of ine means of production ,. Ufe: such a policy should bt
upheaval What an awakeniiig t/ Juridk-| obligations in favour ^ported by the vote of every
......ferenee, the " "ffi the worker.
I'tee was lhee gulden dxeanasi
"rt that (Kith with t'nl> the i-omlilnation of .ill He wj
n the naoeernanl .mt in the gen- *00,, v^ " !nr cm"' u""lr ial p< It -irection
, for .niuni i<( v
D Prescription
H1Mm S^w dM> mmck tm
your SBB*. m-o U> workl over
Iran n si they do bo othrr beaoly
m -- u.*m-ali> raokafl st all
.,,.., M good for trratiac Uttlr
bk-auaara. s*eer gteaay. Hasrllae
Snow akoaid be yaar daily choice.
HAZEL1NE SNOW
URItOtJGBS WELLCOME CO. PRODUCT
eral community the prestige
!l Of tl veal majority .,f
rradea Council and thereiie
ability to mtvc trade union
I'nder Scrutiny
The Trades COUOCihl b
unhappily, infested with eonunu-
num for some time past ODC Of I ConttDL.
the oldest of them, the London H../ lairned f'ti '.item
Trades Councilestablished in trr nnmlnata Hfjeaeimiiraa hi
1860for example, has been under ""U^ local DOOsM, such as local
the scrutiny of the T.U C. General employment i^mmittees. insurance .
Cuunril because of its ,*rsistenee cal,''"""'"'
in foUowlng a communist lint '"' NaUonal Health AcU i
and giving its supliort to comimi- ,""_I!JK;''! .....I
DjM^aeplred .cttvil.es .nd to some n ro' ^n>rniUeea. id ioc.,1 ap-
unofflcial strikes Following P~ "m ' f v-r,"u """'
numcous representalions from ".a "'!"; r
,,, ,n the melropolilan are.!'. ^g^
bout the th**nj I' and these rijdS m ,
Coonei has told the Lnndon Trades u- ,;,.,, H> Sh/,5"^
Council that it* platform must noi Mn.(n |(|i
te used by duniptive bodies, and aji unfavi
mat communist influences in the public OSUttofl .iri.i on the useful-
Council must be uprooted. It has ness of Tr
given the Ixindon Trades Council
year in which to hring its activ- Of the effeetive dlad
lUe, Into line with TUC polio ".'" *! functtona the TrsdM
If within this probationary pern-I *''l1"". "-"Bated "' '"Ci.m.l
the Trad. : UrlUt ;"T..t.-.. ri.r.e are 33 fedora-
on rat thej are goim: now. the ,)'*:"'* '"il!. T' ,n u!r
iihdraw recognition """'"' *** tuTUieted wwytla.
hrough these redentlona
TUC
Irom it PoMlive proof of the will-
ingness Of the Uindor. Trades
ind his ability U MPVOrl
Congress imlu v muat i>e forth'
i oRuni .'"id the T v t Crenaral
Council has called upon the Na-
tional Executives of unions with
1 u in the London area to
. .n bringing the London
Trad"- Council bach Inh Una
This method of dealing with ;
cttrani Tradea Council m-
dicaSea that the TUC. raarehv
er. some real control 0VCI then
Trades Councils .re not policy
making bodies, but there ure
many functions they carry out
locally In furtherance of the
policy agreed upon by the whole
of the trade union
through its Congreea They :ue
not political bodies, and their re-
sponsibilities .it., exclusively in
dustrial They draw their funds
from affiliation fees paid by ihe
Of unions In their locali-
ty on the basis of their local
membership.
Few of the Trades Councils
have full-time paid secretarlci
Vades
t. shouldei local
ould otheri
nt all
metis are .ii>ie
iponslblllties

4&b
ast scope, unm i -
taken with loyaltj end la
accord, can bring the reBM
mon "f these blinkers which ie-
trtct the held of vision nrhlch re.
duce the vast problem of unem-
ployment simply to striving to-
muing about better tribulmn 'if the total individual
rarfe throughoui
the WOlid One must face up. in
ld set . lo the duty c,:
glvinc tn innumerable f,imilies in
their lUrtUnl. i'">i i.l. |U1
aconomh unity, "i einutablc Uv-
t'lu.ii. in hoe
.! !. I
mands "i human dignity. Away
VMltl the .
i h .....i m the ^malli it
illj undertaken and rtg-
......i-i> carried out In the co-
iperatlon 'f *n forece and .ill i->s-
(ihiinii. tiHuiiKiinut the srond
roi the ."i "i bD Iniiiatlvt
,ii, ii- b) Indrvidnali mm) prtvah
yn tips srlth thi universal collabo-
ration '( peoplei end Btates\ each
Uve < "iitn
of usteltb in ran materials,
ind labour And all tin
i ,,'i. ipattng in this common effort in fact, neither th
1 -"ik contract
Hum bj tiu Church,
There you havt Ihe m
del problem whli h rtands ai th
stdi f Ihe ii' enl
thai is lo say. the point .." which
the danger arises ofJj** *J .,,,,..,. , Ih. .eintegration ..mi
SStiUSSSL\fJt the assurance of healthy pro-
. i '.,:*: In without exception
.ipposing as a fact these
new IndustriallxaUona, the prob-
lem remains unaolved and llM
question arises .gain on ihelr be
half: do they or do they not
" Jvotl me how fco.
Ministry o/ Health /ellous
haoe the nerve to come to
l-cl Hits problem move towards a
favourable solution, even at tne
ipenai < mautftal inter.
he puce nf snriiiii-es In .ill meir.-
beri 'i' the great human famih
That is ho* one will eliminate
one uf the most distressing factors
of 'In- international sit
factoi a hit h. on than any otheg
reads i.i-day the ruinous cold war
and threatens to cause a far more
disastrous wai the ho! war, the
i: war
In the old industrial Countries
man would show himself indeed
, si i .. :. ho lo think Unit
In-day as il was the case a
n even a half-cenlurv
jgt>there is a question merely of
i-iiHrnntcetng to the wage-earner.
td irmii his feudal or patrl-
kdS, freedom In tact in
addition to freedom under law
Such
.,,, of capital. These mis-
UKI |n withdrawing,
ihieilv m very large undertakings.

etton Com the personal respon-
ibihly uf the private owner
i individual or company) and
transferring this management to
MlbtUty Of ainniymou1
groups.
A SoclalUt meiitalit) WOUl
idommodnte Itself W]
.uch a situation. But it woult
^iinturb the persons who grasp th,
fundamental importance of private
property rights as a stimulus t.
production Ud the determining
of responsibility in economic
matters
"The same Uangei irtaaa when
i i.e insists lhat paid workers in
. n enterprise ihuuld have the
ni.ii! .1 ageinent.
. when the exercise ol.
..I. directly
I iniiu.stl.v on ..rgamzation.
nature uf the
the nature of
enterprise DOceeHrlly imply
by themselves such right Then
Il n,i doubt that the paid
and ihe employe)
,ecla. not objects, of the e
aiion.
kictivity in the national
nomy" Or. do they merely in-
crease still more the number of
b I always subject to a
new crisis?
'And. then, what trouble will
ime take to consolidale and to
develop the inturnal marke,.
made productive by tiie lb*) ol
the population and its minifold I
Meeds, where capital investment |
is guided solely by greed tor
passing gains, and where vain
illusions of national preetigi
ne economic decisions''
. sub-
i.nomv edvanct
cannot be f
Mm have ...niy exagKernteil
mass production and exploitation
' the puiiit of exhausting all re-
sources above, below ur on Ih
surface of earth. Men have only)
too cruelly sacrificed for these
atlempls ihe rural populations
and eonnmies. Equally blind is
the almost superstitious trust in
the mechanism of a world mar-
ket to balance the economy, and
:he trust in an ail-providing
Staffs iun eUt-providence.
.liurged with providing for each
ii'rker 0[ "s subjects, and in cver>' cir-
Cumstan.e uf life, the right to
laims which basically
tisiled.
In the fate of Ihe pressing
can be no question of duty in the held of social eco-
denytnj thU paritj I! l> noniy of balancing production
principle which has already and consumption, wisely measured
urovetl valid in social policy uud according lo the needs and U> the
which ;i policy on thr iHvupa- .lieiiity of men. the problem of
Uonal level would valinate even Ihe Ofderfta| and eafaUlshmen4
mor gftocUvely. Hut there is of this economy, in so far as pro
nothing in the private law re- dUCtlon is .oncerned, is lode)
laiionshlps. as the} ire govern- prime importance We must not
ed by ihe simple wagg contract, look foi a solution either in thi-
which would contrad.ct this purely potltlVlstk theory found-
sjiUI parity. The wisdom ed on neo-Kantlan CrititnM ol
of Our predeceasor, Pits XI. tin- law of the market' or In the
showed llus clearly in the Ency- equally arlillcial formalism of
, lit u. quadrageslrao Anne and lull emrloymeiit' This is the
lonsequentlv. he there denies the problem We should like to se*>
intrinsic need of substituting for theorists and men of action, be-
the wage contract a contract Of longing lo the Catholi
partnership. Thi- is not t" deny movement, concentrate their at-
the usefulness of what has been lentlon upon, making it the foca
comrptiiiii would stiov tihuvc.i until now In this matter point of their study."'
So easy to apply
So soothing to skin
So kind to clothes
all day long
This wonderful enmitum i* wonderfully easy to get. Just
shower yourself all over with Cnslimcro Borjqool Tnleum
Powder, after every Wth. every bathe. Then .11 day
long your faaeiimUinr freshnea. will be the envy ,,| yottt
friends : your skin will taftvu u rnarvelloiw -ilk.-n t.-xt-ir.- i
tliero will linger nlxnit you n mibtly kecluelive frngrunee.
Fur Ciudiinerc Itouquet ia tlio Talcum Powder with tho
fragraiKH- that mon love.
Cashmere Bouquet
You can always depend
on the natural creamy
flavour of
OAK &*
Irond ?Srarsd Milk
igr-
Users have marvatUd at th* consistent
creamy flavour of "'Oak" brand powdared
milk. "How is if* ihfy ask, *nhst through-
out th* year "Oak" milk powder can be
distinguished by ihe ami delightful fla-
vour T" The t*crel is simple. The cows
producing ihe milk from which "Oak"
brand milk U prepared are fed all th*
year round on th* rich sunny grasslands
of Hunter Valley. Australia. This ensures
healths- cows yielding rich milk and of
a consistent flavour throughout the yes*.
This rich, Ilk >s packed under
th* most hygienic conditions so thai all
the natural vitamins and creany flavour
are retained "Oak" dissolvea leaddy in
water ami is Ideal for drinking, Coffee.
Cocoa. Etc
-Don'l WOm iting milk bills.
"Oak" bund mux paw lei h it* *sc!-
I*nl pr.ee value allows yov and your family
to drink m>lk treaty
Tin 63c. Mb. I in $2.43
DRIED
FULL CREA.M
AULK
OAK
Full Cr..m Milk PowJr
Over 50.000
people buy Ihem
every week
Britisk n*.i.. i,.,: :
Smiths Alarms are ihe pun
alar choice because ihey an
outslaodiug in their reliu'nl
lly, atyl* and value. TWrr
are medals to salt all la*ic-
a dah.kiful shades to malrh
aau/ tseereeea furaiskings. Bt
fflaoteencml
100% BRITISH MADE
Aaov*. rsgfvjiv i, Masji
NOW OBTAlNABI.r AT
Browne.
: (iiblsi.
I. -I WILLIAMS ,1AKKKTINO CO. LTD. Sol. A(cnts.
Knisl.it Lm iClly Phatnuofi
uM iPwii-a'a I'tian,,.. .
a S. n. us
i I'ufiuaii a en. Lm
W A atrdtord t, Co
u.roM Proverba S Co
* AlwsU Las.
-i.iw.id. s>oii a c*.. Lid
',Ki- WaalliarhMd I.U
*V ggVeSNg'Mii".!!.
3ar!rr
... ...I.. I
ajbr
tssa&i
AILAILI FBOM 1IIH
SIH*HI Cl*KI STOCKISTS
FOR YOUR
YEAR-ROUND WARDROBE!
And what an exciting wardrobe' You'll be admired
everywhere . wearing a special dress for every occa-
sion. For "Tex-made" fabrics are now available in
beautiful dainty patterns at extremely low prices. Ask
for Old Colony. Olenwood, Victoria. Beverly and
Suzanna. These are among the most popular and fash-
ionable "Tex-made" cottons, with prints of flowers.
tripes, checks and novelty patterns They are easy to
/ash. too.
Remember the name "Tex-made". Look for the
dentification bands and "Tex-made" tag on the piece
s'oods. Be sure you are getting the genuine tub-fast,
n fast "Tex-made" prints.
"TtX-MJW IS WELL MADE
<


srvmv. niv m, mm
SUNDAY ADVOTATF
W^tk^worUum^iTHrnkkm Gardening Hill S |-la? Ifo? HflW Hnw
bulletin* from three capital* put the |J \mhmrs ' Ilft* "ftM tldH
utuixin^ (i .stir iirv^aaalliain,!..,.. "^ ^1^ Pu. of M.idim
4mM*y nm /or autumn U / *,-...
""/ button*
gtm*
I i*. .1 iiill. inM,.,.,
1 ' t hrislnius
model ...ith*
black mohh nil and heavy cord- "'
EUM ASCROFT
reporting from
London
s|h" AcoontiMi
opiate* ankle straps, sling oae**
ep-toa models. Black
pot em leather will w top
1 '-' "" tr:-; niii-.s t01

.
ourt shoe cut right awav ji the
side* Evening shoe* h.,.
, -ii ni nylon leet
II vi.> UJuck patent handbag*
h wkla beUg b

the u-ik
:., take a handki
ticket*.
OLOvn
.

I dry quickly aim look

I.I ITQefB Quality not ejuaMUj

oeaion brutta, copper and silver
Manv in coptee oi old Rom*A.i
com and oLeca. other* carrv
tralti The colna
dea ii repeat! I i. .-..r-rinie* or
I edalUo. .: .
ii
II M.L I I Illl I M I
feminine, not m>

rnns
A C STANLEY
reporting from
Vw York
Ol.i Spoil thfl new
HH
Mdl, ,_
V* BIUU Ii
Rum,: .......
1...... ..
. IUiI IrtootflC wilh deplh --^^^^_^_^^_
tlthei mcIp, wiui Um ufuNilni gold, or mixl ipphlroi,
PODuUr ,.ur*. dln. plain of
Ifi though not or. -,..p .- , ih d.n.-r. bark..-
Hi. rant Mr looked ISndh hark
-ve, W ,,
a Giil t.uidc Captain Ford cara ami u,.iit t..,,,.c
rdtafJ of girl* .chool euta lh-.uen the ground Boor*
unni li monOl ind 'he Variety pro- o, hour.. -freuuentH dlstuiblng
i in which he appears ** a chamber nu.M inc wining and breathlew Nune .ving the horn tint muau
Du?d*Jc.",c highlights of broad: chonti u> dive into tbi ptana
eir he-.ts throiujli the
my part," he said. "I

an propoiai-
hici.
m wtuct i''i.'-'<- *- niinuanis oi oroao- ,-nance
-iomiio. and at- ''*'"i He recently |ave a BBC ,r slu^
UM old pinnt Tht- ' Th'' Thinfis We Laugh lPii0 y,
, At, t.i.trastmi the humour of | | .. .
-itn root* utuleuieath M*W"f w"h t of today He .mmedi.t.-
' i ... ton n tackled tha upon th
" lioin iti. Mother ?*.,** w,tn .orisidenble trepi- hmatint >
l (oc there i* nothing about .
>'l>le disagree so violen.- Wlla o; ,,
am ilnU masterful feniale>.
<- 01 1 Guides and
club b.res limny. abo proprtet-
0T) '...me, foi various article*
rii-re he used ht
-sinatwm the Cumfl-
PBl Powder Puff and the TotUe-
Red Kiddie BooUkin Hi
I MtTttu novcl> and i
(iigguhnes.. of h i .
Oi DUle By Little" Mr
practical ioke *upre*nely funn..
prcvlni that -choolmaster da
nyg prefer Joke^
jus..mi yearn agi
a that lie u not unused
P\',| s| \ | V
Von
i .
youknou CHiCtl]
dill llUll Ml ,111,. tills HOW*
ever. Jo mm l MM
perfct.il> bcallfl I I i
DfiKontafairui ibMi
PotkJcr KVI KM
Jipgton.nf.li ii uto hcalint by
ks prrfecilv boalingingttd
bo I i
I plant wlu ,,v
'
I old plant
Ibcmumi I ke a rich.
m a Mm-
'"-<> Utt sucker'.
: part, and di
" U.. up '.,.
in.- |||| | vi- s.-v-
' f C.V.M
1 inure).
1
.
"' l* '""'-'I' |it.-r bMoro
any i**t..
. Mil Ore
tn-gin
It.
M i

Whet h.
yellow, ai
t hern ii ins
Um centra
< f two ti

'!> by nTilinirjr jokes about Scots'
D) maworiMH men. lufchnien or .iiii.imi-i.u1
unui up i.. tuiveller-. and "shagi'.. dog"
h 1'hi.s.imhii.iiii.c- do 'i.n.s have run-, cold
- i> aanad In lie baa >*i>^ a
ewwpapar and
turi mwjatliM caatoonlaai artio, helped
1 "it morn ni the < itroruj Ami an Influence
By doiin' tbli Hi* flowen hive ;>t umi labaratod Um cartooi
r much larfM uum If lefi rhoan Um VMamteo eb
evplanalii.n Hi IWareti the l k M
-i pr.t. th.- |ium0ur In modern flbns hen
Bron/c Chrysan- mparcd to the old moving
M, as plClttlWJ He finis them depi-eat-
A the
iced t
Stalk frOWC to a (Might -igly static and sigh-; fcs && cnWa
three feet tall, with 0( Mack Sennert .-nd the Key-
ip. sl.n,. Comedies Mc u*nl to laugh
lolam impact
judiencr. who come
ii looking as though
just hwallowed two
It 0 and a large plat"
Of ham." He f'U that an ttUl
k ^ :')i those Mack Son-
in the ahnpe of
' apttfl Vtaual humoui rtgJUJM
t all.' hP said. 'and
Chapaui >.chom to *e* i> avnry.
i Hn o( tlvc
i. .able. .'-n-iroddvii.
tragical v> .
.11 time "-lartj alive or dead
F..< broiiiht more pleasure and
Riuiamc to the world than
this mo.-' engaging Cork
.lid Ma: hall. B0 BOB
\ tsuai h mour baa ttu. i. en
piovoke immedialr,
-ii.i UMUnetive i..nghiei tn .i way
that verbal yokrt iwvei i. ti
He thinks that thore is
nbar of humou.
.iiul mterpn
i ran| pwt i anoatnougly wkta
tange of eiojoyment and In*, f >
.i.e. ohm ivg gran plea I
Ti el.i Despite Illl-.. h. mid,
iiio.t iLielglivls belie>c UM
Kngiisli to he i.i.ktng In
"' buaaoui tnej picture " sHUni
hmtly La atu haaoee, rouivhlng
ind BUi bun.
1 gM ltd i
laneaa whUo we stare at the iiii i
ftcta "f ,. null . i: K.,n tower: Immoderately at the profusion of ' Wtrtlng y.,%1 our wnulo*
lard plan Utrown about and the *> pttientlj lor ttoatb.*1 n
put in a ue.it Hike u hard hitting with nuBota uorttrovel) aaourod in- M
root high. aUOah the almost Inevitablv follown! l*|t this dieai. meiit.il pictui.--.| i-
plant to it loowU with u pie. u;.s the kind of spoctarle." he I'-nttsh U IM* Ml -irexiraie one
of rutta or string, ami M-Ua larnentod, "that one could see all : ' 'hat itiev still laugh In then
ftory few wealM n aba plain too .elnom m KrerfiUbridge hom, even though In pobhi
This enaurea upngtn well sooner or laier theie would be a UM) do not alwaya hnik entire)
Thick but flexible bt i
i
m Irclod

Toaft ;
l..ipll |.l H I l.itive
the garden and with bOitOJ B>JW-
'! fi,i i-iekin^
The anwil white Doiay-liko
i.ise and thr
Mini.-
i .hi ;..'
rful.
/
thomum on the othej-
hand does not need to be claked.
., | .i, m I pnaor laH, and hi
liable aa i border plant
Aft...... ChryaanUMowaa
owerli n ai .ver (March
or April) turn oft all the old
,n.I dead flow,
fi bajai gad oi-m
all ...i io - l-ce is smoothly drawn
pot
VariaUona ,.i the prlest'a hat ..nd
by Civil Ouai
conturi apaa .
idem lorm.
There is news of a material <-n all tionflni k1""' !"' plants, until June when
jlled Porlon. bkI to be warmer oft UM has, on re-planting time comes round
i-a new shadowy heavy gold chains, and falling again
lack shade called Black Ice." from flat gold brooches and clipa. Sometime* Chryanihemum
ery elamorou'. with block or Hot weather baa brought the pUmls are attacked by UTtOn FT)
U0 dOCOratlve "' Black Fly Should this hap-
i.i. and fancy heab :-:tir*- ii ire in i*1' ,hp Oarden book teiu ua t>
spray the plant with a mixture
dOla, and very iKipulai For women turkiah towelling is soap and water i
CKVPTOVtOTEHere* how to Hork n:
AXIDLBAAXK
la LONOFELLOVt
Cat* fettti Maiply -.lands for another In this example A used
lor taw three Ls. X for Um two 0'e.'etc Suigle letters apoav
tropauea. Ue length and formation of th- .,ij. are all huiU.
Jlfok^dOJdJOoIoode.letteti are dtfferent>
. AlCaqraOOgraail quota) u. i.
f i>nt. e..Aru: IN X w r D*J N Z U J.l/="l>B'D U
.-'Oyptoqoole:*ANrANGKL~ ONCE* BUT NOW A
FURY CROWN, TOO OrTXN,TALKBO OK BUT TOO LITTLB
KNOWN-SWIFT.* "
POPPV RICHARD
leporting f.om
Paris
, caichlog
......
..i
i.

|i
Precioua
mixed Into Uw

'Mil
ids
ith nne
eaten,
with loping .houlden.
and V neck. Armholes and waist
I ribbed
kniltitig
For the bOoeh verv abbfOflatOd
,ie bold
'
There is i. crage tor dyi
Hie bagsemeral i "t cranberry
n itched
back shoes.
rruuteoua a
i
li
for holi-
gallons of watit i
I

down to the
g CROSSWORD
6 i7
rr 1
5" 1 1
3 -LV
5
* I T_
r 1 so1 ,sr
;
JJI 1 ^
I '
-tring. i(i .i.
smnlle*t Ihfe
I C
OPYWRICHT
RB8KRVXD
s
Pen Pals
Reginald F I*
Pianotora, r.i
... ears.
H rranry. Trinidad Afen- September.
i : fei -
nando, Mi K*> 14 to 20
BOOKS & PEOPLE
OH. MR.
11 M N W Y
.By JON HOPE______
PRESENTING Hemingwav with '
I koriak ....
As soon as the American ver-
sion :iu- Rrror and into the Trees,!
n ached pubUohon Jonathan Cape, I
u hod to the printon
When the proofs came back they '
revealed a number of expressions
which (though possibly easy on
American eyes* do not escape the .
ileansiQg bin* pencil over here.
So out go the oiTending pas-
fe In come blanks, asterisks.
This made-to-measure Henung- ,
Wgy makes its appearano- earlv I
It. LHprive. (31
li. BJad it. man willi l.ie hit* t |tf
I thM It on waul to sea
Ii..-n
!. Ue,a0. im J. Cororort. <0|
: i'.-.b.. r. *-. | .
4. rortirir. (31
l Tld- ii uncbangl
" I blee
naing.
. P-i

Mumi;
ai. mow. m
aomtion c: i'wro>ri awats acm
. ". Itoa. a. Oatol. n
! : i. Od: +enr
i 'emiuii. S K,i\ A Siiin*rlt*|; *
poop
6ret MfS 50 MCPOKOHn
THIi mOGrWfc -TW- CtLrCIlON
COttwrfTft Pstttl TaKrM *
SOW OP MOTlCr- C* UK LtTltg
Add affair Tho<"son-Cfimii ,'
\ Thomson supporter tells me ,
that over the week-end he read
Mais Christie's Dumb wltsMM '
(.vritten 19371. In it he found
.hal M Poirot gave away the |
lks bv his [
trMtaw Mvi.imi,. Affair at I
ii. i ,.| l(.xei Ackrovd. I
Mji tors of the Blue Tt.. r> .,<
l iho t louda Perfwpa haui
OOttld '-ire to laka i he
arlth M I'l.imt it '
. uaii
i Sik' -,. i, ,-
oUaoi od ti- aamc hobo
U had aa
r he had evoi
nhi .i man ntle** B> m A-
queatkwi to Ku*h-
.. Oil Singh -PBO ..i India Houw
|l | .1. II Collee-
oi i i hoi Murk. i.died The !
UI VI : .. Of eourae, M
tUOned '
University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Powered by SobekCM