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l'AC.F. FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE W, /. — Dm HI a in Draw Match BUNDKRLAND, -Inly W Anoil,. i t crowd | •, Qii Arm day's piny in Durham's match with tht %  %  toddi. and than WM plant) ended m n draw All .: %  : Goddani did not enforce lha r. ilow OH. blM 'led. H-.1 .'i| U4 fw 4 %  (t Durham :• Unto man than 150 minutes in BM I I ... %  tat torti Duihi.ii. had whin i bawled in Pieii*' 'ii i over without adding KM !. %  : soon settled dew n and look In* Baton | Itarahall .ntu the gala bai deep mid-off. The other Dorhan bataaaB tailed lo last oui afataai % %  Waal Indies aitack m which eight bnwleis were uaad. When lha West Imu. their aacond inning* .in shock, (or off Jackson'* second ball Stoiimeyvi v<*s caught had got Stollmeyei v.ill. his .coin' hull in the fust I nin| %  ran ins am "ducRK* 1 of the %  bered lot | in coDtniu to thai Sioiirrwvfi youni Traali two oantui Ha u the first player of to perform this feat during tin' present tour %  Pierre'* Average FRIDAY. JI'I.Y M IH-n i\v Holiday If English Win .-**-*,'-*.*-'--*-*,-,-.*.-,•,-,-,-.',-,•--,-.-,',-.-,*-*,-. ','. %  Ota H Cenuaaiing their IrH aaaai train tha ovaraaiM total rd a foj (our, Dufaaaa a 27 action atmma %  public holiday in dad in cammata BM wan %  Taal victory ha* caused able curiosily nert. umnut Peter Borough in the ( T>lr(rah ;ays this morni find no precedent far Peter oorougn "It does not I am informed, tnat in cnt of an English val in the fourth and final i August 12 Mr Chuter Ede. Secretary, will proclaim %  half holiday here If the West Indies win he miht consider an earlv clocin* da) again out to It ftrat o\ •ad uandlng Ui %  ball without scoring i t indtaa amra nine artakata I Durhw venture oueneii then flu K.ler anu aagand Clark Wtari r brail and ""^'agahfi tha hfnriiwt of Wttrt and em and worad all Jonaa and m tha aaaajnugaa bajfore it a rala of 2 run :;i scored 31 run*. The West t'nuouta ant on to hi* Indie, HH the i-hantcsin Howling lentutj ti %  ii d in %  kM kri-imiR /Tfe ir.ul >Urled behind Ihe xlump* i jllirn rrlinrj b> (iuddard Anota. i Wnti un k gunaly io their ii rum rrv i U rh4 Mi . i ina t i I attack an I lackonorl awn though the ne bi bundmd with about en ui Igtl lot <>!•> Then Clark ••lean IHIWIKI when Bppa r it>tilut(> lleldinit aotbutla I:I.. I IIIHII IH.1 Kaalor went r,l thr merrily i is canhiry until uuaai by Waiiott ii Mai lull for 97. With only %  till o in lha BVI was nol %  •h.-iii. Traatrall Bad W •cored freeU and In % %  lima when the We^t In batting B %  •ccond tin* 1 l'i eantun m at manv mlnuti 'hit* Wall niDiked ho fan (.7 with ona gtort. OUJ hit : ' oonyl %  i larad and then he rnnit the chaagai with boaatan %  I %  i para, taking a turn hinisrl* behind the % %  i %  ; ft Kuli the h..ttni.. star and for the second time reached the nineties, although the hundred evadeil him Oil i On the -.econil orrasion he was lakan by Waleott oS Marshall wheu three *hort oi the century He and CJark put on 116 for the ftrat wicket whicR wa* DM bag) openitip stand b.v Durham in any of the long series, of game* against touring gnat, and when trying for a boundary to reach three figures, he put a catch rum'* In nn in lanil ipplause from tl Police Plar yesterday evaatag. P.C. < .p.it.it. an in* I .id | by nlher iretips. Constable Best— Police Vnipliihions Athlete' Hail i Piiltcc Conslablc li -si. wh,. ,>xcolled at ttM Pollca Sportg held at Keaglngtoti Oval ovax a mould ago god .tiiUd up Victor Ludoium. jtron tin nujouiv oi eventi at the PoUaa Aquatic Sportg ><-sicn!.> M.ni\ t grm gcl Bw the amphihious athlete" of th*> Puhi-e Force Wain M UIK hitting arlth Trah Bill | u rapa Dm la 1 M ind waani ig i nutaa Ml wok Ml %  I gunuu tor M 1 1.no Ho i ad eagoaad a lite on| .a stow howled attar acoring 81 fort* '' ml> HI' Igb Williams fell 1 I thai milestone. JoCWH 11"i.line i while Trvstrail went out to thraa llguma. Then ihadedara%  u-.iving the count* only Bboul two and half hours hatting arid ihe somewhat imisk of gattln| 42? to win • ikau theni %  cored 32 without bi'inj; parted and there rei' ona and three quarter ..ln.L The large erowU tl... ..tt. ...Ktarry nff the 100 yard*. 220 yards Bad 3WI >ard* swum u Sgt. Phillip || ihg Gt natal Statii lurne l Km HI niitetanrtlni • .Miiimuim' and iilthotiKh .1' aval .'> > in avaeg ba • caeoad an t h a majeniv .,,. i left, ?jn ipalei HIorate anil n h ihe 11 "Hi* aaa KM nuicn drawn with ihe BCOm 2"3 f" 1 akaaH ... IUi* % %  bus iif-i taakU BOen INC. ASA I i -i ivnirsAhuh Wiilcolt I "is aeiual playing lime MAi-hall U Caf-> Tlflml nol oul Watrott b Ow*n WUkeaa* b n" 1 %  Total >t wai nowi iw; ASAI vsrs I IIAH-'-l lul-K b i. hfa ban %  Imtt i> Marr Police and mi resumpUon the game equalised on various occasion* bclore the Harbour boy* scored the tlnal goal. The events "Climbing thu C;reased Pole" and 'The Pillow Klght" brought great .ipplaus! iium the s|>ecltitors. In the former P.C. C.nflith. alter exerting muc.i %  nergy, machad tha top of th pole and collected .. Mm ami n M tile or rum Befoie lli v iop of he iole was reached many teami' I into the watei but the' all got id inothar try In Ihe VeterniK Race Sgt. Ba.in. I I 1 '>' U early lead and iotikol artgla winner but half wayover the 50->.ircl course he ws rnr naan hv H PC Ltartaa. Oh-taele Race The Ohaancto Ru.*e was one ol .lie top .vents of Ihe day. Th enmpetilors 1.-11 the starling point ami then iu.i to swim to one <>f the llarboui Police boats where I hey were given needle and cotton After threading the needle they had in swim to another boat and on tins occasion they received, a .igarette and matches. After lighting the cigarette they had to srw*m to the winning pole. Police Constable Aihby. who ended with ola lighted cigarette carried off this event. Keen com petit i >n was witnessed bi the Distance Dive. Sgt. Phillips, looked a certain winner, but dived off h course and tha honours went to H.P C Lavine who dived 112 feet, B Inches Phillips -lose second it* VARDH .rape srvut. I H F* C B>*. I I 1 C lluktMiuM. II I C Ho.Ur la l mm • ft/1 HIOH ntvr i h a c I-.—, i. r ii LUOM BOAT HACK >ea> YARDH> 1 Cal Htm .i I M P C H P <" KeagM na M P i DtsTAMca orvr (.-. Ulii H p c a IM i YARDS VKTfHANI ftKfAST STHOKM I HI I III.UOW til.Ill I ... MIT mi FNncHANcr niVF M ... II r i InT, COL. J. CONNELL. OB ELD. Captain of Barbados' Blslev learn viewing Urceta throuah telescope. This Week's Cricket Fixtures And Umpires July 29, Aug B, ID ji.i. : Aug. I ll's,! lri%isioil %  amntn Oval i^Mige Wanderei Inrdgi Carlton v.o PoakH i CoUagi Park lnfc?riiia>cliii|> Empire v Pickwick Bank Hall V M PC -. Spartan .. Beck!. .,1 V W n li Windward Wanderei i Menial Rospttal Bay I ii Walvott, li lt...ichford s c re %  .; Bran ihaw i. King. SpeUof M H Jordan. I*, 1 Walcott W Uayle*. C ('ollymore. I' I'velyn, W Archer S Cole, B Clarke C Batsnn. BsnUae Yorkshire Team vs. W.I. Yi>HKSHIHF. July 27 IJ'II Mutton. Ihe England opening hut.sman. has recovered from i Bttach oi lumbago, and relurna lo lha Yoraalura team in Iheir maUh ugunul the West hKiiaa at Sheffield on Saturday Phi aunty side will i>.ti full -treoglh. as ftJlows. N. D Yardley, D. V. Hrewian. Hutton. Coxon, Wardla, taMtar, Wltoon Hallktey, Lowaon, Laadbeaker and WhiteheaOa EAT E'.'WVTI. S: CC<£~ 0\ TVE VAS ITS .'. % %  '.--£•. U !5>C.N0 JSS-. )•• yACKITA->4CK.T.-.. / \ '•O PLSATS-y, -,. i^VACK-J I / b .• %  t. .-;-. %  _-e.N TUB MOV E -.£ 6.VBS M*SSLB .= %  ; -no s-e JETS A jse N THH WRPcS"5 v eUH-BLAH>"\ BLAH. '.ER MIV• s I'M OUT //I&AIN-SELL .--.,'. .> yVI ANOTHER "£i 1/ T ) STACK.TOO. LONDON I UK following 'es Indiana sen* pi i/e WilUMsTl in Daamatti.ins held II saturdaj j,.U Ifi) %  ml Monday l.l ily 17) at Bislev:The Anchor Cup Hi itish dm.m,i I..I I'm idad icd with Hit! bU hi virtue of laving tin higher score l tin %  iiird* B.C., counted awi Trloida i uid are the winner* riUNIII Mi ...1 ten !lrld. J 1 -|.i 1 14) • 41 42 I t lasMgea 1 tl .oub-. K 4t 141 iri.tiacax.. F G M 44 4 ua ;:.i %  at SM %  u UAKUAllw* .-.mmll. 1 %  i -i •7 1M 44 4^ 11 IM Caea, J in uinifi. c r. 411 41 ... a UlM. T A L 133 Waataai i l ** 4S • I %  fg xts :.-.] IN JAMAICA W-rt.1ir.nl.>.. . r DaM *T m 44 140 47 44 43 t 47 a ua PmilUM.iv A 1 ai at tsi AT •• 1 IV Bui lot. C 4B 41 in -.. J : n %  IS IllitTIKH (ICIANA Allr.M. P C..pl %  41 43 131 Bait 'v 41 %  IV N J. H 49 1 137 41 IM si Autxn, li u 4B 4'I > 141 ..I. HuhrU Of v Mil. II". '^ AK0 W VES' P0.-^ F C 71 w 4 M tnk.na IHI tlHRS H n> TMliKtdd' 4* K WMldinsl JMIWI' H I F Mi.il>' -lioitkh CMSWui tl w rtlMH Osi r. Ctok. %  1 :,..-'.. %  tI v frr tl I i J M . ; %  in wiiai.KatN "(4. Mr 1 %  B *M A.iliyi. .Brill,h Ouianjn 4J C Darloi, ,, Cal J CMniMii .H-.iN.d BanaatM i.,,,, tl THI. -TOt K tXVUASti* R.r.s. ua \........ .t | ( „.. %  D..I. M.,l '"• %  FaaataMBa w H %  „.. | M I C*I1...II...1... I.I c L Ban,-. JaastJca) A H Btuaii .Jamaica. | I Cat J Caaaeg .H—baa...iw J A Suit..., iBnlMi Guiana. |i| a n*...!* rn.iid.fl. iw Tin->lloi.ina\V1 India.. conw-Utui MM p...*. tea ^ , muto, ._ M rNF MlVirs .l.iSTAtiRi UKIRWS1 po-iinir SCORF iai %  a) MO gM a __. x* y|s fda Total luinr.1 l.avr In •liout ofl .i.prt.tor. tor 1IH pUf*-. .'Ui imm uf at Onii.h Oniana. K Rial*. ii %  %  <; %  ., i rug MI.\I>V Ai-.r.nFr.ATr II J *I (j.. ll.rbarfkM IM W. W ft Saaasiar .JamM*< IM ^' < i^ ru,,ris Bark KID nANriN one-tuna middiaeight Chnmpiun of Barbados 1 as )U8l retoi'.el her,from Aniha where he gauj been working for .el t> He told the Advocate' yesterday that he did not engage in any contest while In that country but now he was back he intended to j> At with the hope of any desirable contender



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FRIDAY. JULY M. II BARBADOS ADVOO.Tr I'M. i Timri Europe Has Korean Jitters KINGSBl'RY SMITH) PARIS I MI Europe'* political leaders and many of it* peopl.are becoming increasingly apprehensive about the pussibilltl that the Korean war might cause the United States to slow up its plans to help rc-arm its European allies —*• More nier than rwr to se* thc %  < '< %  n! urMftH 11 fegMgag BJgfCsl Ritrk.-itlats Junior >1-M k intti.n It.im 3 Bishops Accused Of Imperialism BUDAPEST. July 27. Tin if Hungarian bishops were rCCUMd today of serving the cause of Imperialism, by trying u prevent an agreement between Ihe Communbl government and the Roman Catholic church. The charge was published in .in editorial in Ihe official journal .1 the Hungarian Workers' Party. The three bishops were Jozet Radalik. of Gyoma. Josef Peteri en Vac, and Endre Hamvss of Pecs The editorial said thy had IMUM circulars Vo priests in their Diocese warning them not to join the movement recently Initiated by 3S priests and friars to promote understanding between t!ie Ctiurch and state This movement last week announced i: had convoked a NaI -R.es* of clergymen lor August 3 and appealed to the Hungarian clargy to signify their Peoples Republic presence at the Congress Calling ihe thre 0 Bishops "reactionaries' in in head to toe" the i .pei sniil they had threatened in who aUcml the Congress K> (iinniunication % %  m American Trade Unions Merge WASHINGTON. July 2fl America's two largest Trade I'.. on Federations, the American Federation of Labour and the Congnai "' Industrial OrganlsaliOM haw made then first formal agreement to work together in Politics. Legislation, and International Policy. A p e r in a n e n t A. F. L and C.I.O. Unity Committee created yesterday, will consider practical machinery to settle Inter-Union quarrels and to study proposals for organic unity in the American Labour Movement it was Committee also plan* oi later to bring John L United Mine Workers and %  utside unions into its disitrengthened. the European members of the Atlantic Pact ar* fearful that the American govern' ment may concentrate too mucn 1 attention on sending military •upplie* and reinforcements to Korea Wetern Europeans are worried over what they regard as the I danger that Russia might be' tempted lake advantage if %  rtca's distraction in the Far East to occupy western Europe. Thus. British Defense Minister Shinwell recently expressed in th House of Commons the hope that the present preoccupation I Korea "would not be allowed t impair our vigilance in other areas where our vital interests ore Involved Shinwell was reflecting the view of the western European leades generally that Europe remains the decisive area of the struggle between Russia and the western powers Red Adventures Thi view is being emphasized strongly in the British and Fren.n DP %  Thus. the Economist. London political weekly, warned that "precious allied resources m men and weapons are beta;! drawn Into | *t Higgle who** 55-l>~ & : 7 r% • v ^-*c^C %  33 I w \ '* id ^ s V y. ^^ fad* mil Set l.p Cominform In Peking BOMBAY. A far Eash-t will *h.irtly be set up in PttClB) 'to co-ordinal^'' the activities o* all CommunlM iwrtios in Mag PtdAc and %  itneasi A i leftwing Evening Free Press bulletin H ported today. "Such co-ordination ano centralization" o I OaBUBUnlet strategy was considered inavlta 1 ble by Chinese and Russian Com munlstM since the outbreak 0< %  Civil War in Korea, and the tightening up of Am.i.can Policy in the Southeast Asia countries, the paper said A leading party n>embcr ir Bombay stalest tli.ii \m I if one Pacific count iv had 1 urged India's Communist laitd i ers to follow new f poHeCP, lag tree I'ress bulMr added — Rrulri FEEL THE PAIN GO JUST RUB IT AWAY I LEFT TO BIOHT (Coachl; Mslor J E UnrHth*. Cap I C Evans Report In Commons £1,500,000 NEEDED FOR U.K. CATHEDRALS COLD FISH DUBLIN Fishing on l-iugli Altai OH i the largest lakes In Ireland. Brian Keen.in of Drum sham bo. Count' Ioj have lo do to bring iclid ii.iiii llci.la.hc. Narve • Piuns, 1 aOncbe an.) x.lung Limbs, t M some of this wonderful balm and slop lhal pain right away. Make -ute sou gel genui/ie Mcnlholalum'. (Ask tor M1N-THO-LAY-TUM). li ith the rag oatailad b> Mr *jl IlitllK strateci, i rnim the red •* House of commons reeently The soone other The mean real announcement does not that organic unity with a i-rgcr of the A.F.L. and the CXO is )ust around the corner Ilut for the Rrsl lime in the Wig history of their rivalry A.F and C.l-O. top commands have pro.l.rimed to the country and to M their unionists that they will work together— Reuter. E. Germany Wants Trade Agreement CtRIJN. July 21 An F-ast German Government c..-legation let! Berlin by air today lor Peking to negotiate the first trade agreement between Common st China and he East German Republic. Th e F>a*t German Planning Ittnlatar, Heinrich Bau said the delegation was to take up econon'ir relations with China "in the name of the whole of Germany The East German Deputy PreD ler, Walter Ull.right recently iiinoumed trie formation of an E..st German merchant fleet. which would mainly serve for me .ivrhanne of goods with China. —Reaitssr. C./.O. RELEASES SIMION DENNIS iralr OM .Ifrl.iJ.. KINGSTON. .Inn.ii*. July 27. Kinn.:. I'I Central Investigation Departmcnl was forced m reledie Sinnon Dennis yesterday He ww %  mated several weeks ago in connection with the murder of the aged Bodden couple in the St Andrew Hills in Mav. A man hunt is now on for the perpetrators of a crime which ha* shocked Jamaica The Boddrns rtal 10 "*< successful end. tden. leariv. political naceaait] and miiiurs advantagewill itave gone hand in hand. Rot it tho Keren campaign ** l"t or bogg down in a long*dnwn struggle, the commilme.it-, o| a large part of the free nations' military reserves to one particular spot might positiv. Iv invite Commuiii-! adventures in other areas." There are growing UtdieaUoM that events In RorM have taadad lo cause the spirit of defeatism in west Euro|e U> mount This Is privately admitted by tap level western tavoggMsl liploiuatwhen President Truman firs: ordered American armed intervention in Korea, there was a feelIng of relief and gratification among the western European generally. Il wa* felt that the TJnited States was -serving nolitv on Moscow that Communism could not pick off one country aficr another milltarlb ^s the Nazis had done at the beginning of the second World War Kriylilcncrt It was also assumed that the mere presence of American armed forces in action would hv.> such a tremendous psychological 'effect on Ihe north Korean soldier. that thty would turn tail and run When tins failed (o happen an! especially sman (he American lorces did rot produce ipiraculo s 'secret weapons that would strike terror Into the hearts of the Communist forces, trie western European* became frigniened '1 he massewwre inclined t > overlook the problem of Ingistii.s involve I in niuunlmi a powerful military oifeiisivr so far from America's tource& of supply. They had rend In their newspapers statements attributed t-i high American defense officials expressing confidence that America's new secret weapons would be capable of breaking up a Soviet attack against western Europe America's apparent inability ti stop the North Korean oflensivi quickly revived fears that It WOUU prove Impossible to prevent Soviet occupation of western E Tope if Russia suddenly attacked These fears have been intensified bv growing concern that the Vented States may not now be able or disposed to deliver the promised military equipment to help re-ar western Europe In order to off-set this fear and defeatism. western Eurn|>eae political leaders. like former French Premier Paul Reyiuud. sr urging that the United Slates send several (hvHions U) Europe as warning t i Russia, — I.S.S 11. ...M A contract has been placed foi he aerial photography of l,8Uu squan' miles in britisn Guiana including the area which, owing to bad weather, was not fui.j o.m ed last year The photugiapt,> %  due lo i-eg.i, shorth I: ully completed (this Mill depena m the weather). It will analbh topugraptiK* maps of the ares t> prepared. Such maps art essential for the study, among ether things, of hydro-electn. veloprnent pogalblUUM Agricultural Development A Inrther reconnaissance soil survey of the Potaro area wat carried out by a soil sciriit it from the Gold Coast last February His interim report is not favourable to cocoa production. In view the policy of agricultural development in the interior lb being reconsidered by the Givernor. It is probable that a serin • pa rate trial plotwill bt established Inatead of a centra. .station as had been contemplated The officer appointed to taki harge of agricultural research ii he interior has arrived in Uu Colony and is now selecting site for the proposed trial plots In th* Potaro-alaiuruni area. It is hopec that his investigations will enabk comprehensive scheme of development lo be prepared. Kice Tlic report of the America! experts on the mechanisation anr reorganisation of trie rice industry has been received and is beinf studied. Bananas The local soil survey which ha: been completed shows lhal th. area <>n the east Imnk of thLowtr Essequibo Is favourable foi canana cultivation. The Govern ment of British Guiana arc collaborating Wilh two coinmircia firms in carrying out experiments to determine the prospects banana production on a conn ctal scale. The preparatior and has begun. Timber in January last, Ihe Colonial Development Corporation announced their intention of barking on large scale development of timber in the Bartica triaiigti on the lines suggested by tin Evans Commission in addition t< ihcir existing commitments in tin Colony, and to erect .• bug) i.'idern sawmill capable of deal ing with -to -:,o.wiu tons of logs a year It may be two years bcfor< this mill Is fti operation, as much of the machinery requised is %  < very short supply. Communications A survey of the flrat 25 mile* of the road southward from Bar"ica has now been completed and he engineer's report is expectw. shortly The engineer who reported oi. the possibilities of dredging 1h< Essequibo Bar advised that let si led survey costing E25.00O would be required befo' dredging could be undertak LONDON Britain's ciUndrali confront minorities with total u p.,ii bill ol appioxinutcly K, < 500,000 is-i 04J0O). York Minister had a luur-ton fall haabout 6.000 suhsenber* m other unlries %  Mr, Lichiir-ld, Win>"' '• i m Piafa .oi.many Others add to the general cost of restoration The bells of Woreeatei Cathedral were %  llanoad ia aai kfon n Iron i up pori %  an u h have corrode d Ihrough lue I tmj Durini the Victorian Bra the," siijiports were r "i>-.n %  -1 wilh imn. lead and copper Today's rcfttoreiwill use guiunetal and bngne A further problem is the la. k ol sklUad workers. RM *orl must be done under (In of men who thoroughly understand KM gaggoni ago and I hen* are on Iheir gray t.\ .. il. il ara left will have ^ work wlta UM I:, |p ol || | ... ti, v %  rori He-in' i D I la in.:, rials and uagc* pngtM ilh.r At one time the ct.inated reI i astarburyt ..igan waa cr.,000 It ,, now H4.320 Some of the clergy bav taken salary cuts to help the appeal funds. —tc.r.i nUI mgmm to tioin... o j uuung D Witt They • till w icuyity Hills ii.n < t.v on nut you will eery .(inkly Irel UV ,. %  -I they %  nr douig. TryuVmlor your Uouble. Go lo cacmiM and s supply nl..y OUR GUAftANTIE DWitt's Pilh hetfrtea, tnamifactirred under stnedy bygenic conditioos sad the ingrvdlcnta coo(oiin to ngtd stanaaids of punty. The Weather TODAY; .Sun Rises: 5.31 a.m. sun Beta: RZ? p.m. HUli Water: 1.&3 p.m. Mean (Full* ?*th ilsl I.KDAV Rainfall it'odrlnslonl .04 in*. Total for Batata In \ %  • aaVl 2.22 ins. Trmperalurr: (Max.) 7.a p. Temperature iMIn.) 75.0 r. V\ind Vrloelt> U | Hind IMreelion: ! in f*l W W I A^aMpiSiiaS Smtts BToais a aiKOf P O Bast *• Bri4BM*rn 1 4 2 lb. Tins Morton'* OiV-Meal I lb. Tins Pearl Barley Tins Peter Pan Scotch Oats Pkgs Quaker Oats Pkgs Quaker Corn F1.our ehwice at FOGARTYS Thirty -nina doctorg — bcluLny kadlrgj ikin ipecialisU — have now n.rnplelnl 14-dny teill t the -P.ilinr.live Beuuly Flail" on 1,384 women; women of all ane: with every type of skin. They report 0 djaftolaa MttflaaMa improvement in the complexion* of a leeracn t*( h <*r,r You, loo, run e|M'i-l iboae skin improvrra<-nl—in only 14day If you wjnt a ,on.|ikxi..' I .',) nut, .ndniirn — and every HOIUJII envic, — MH fti Palmolivr Beauty 1'l.m now I it's so simple. Iliii ii all you ilo : — I Ho,* j*a IMI 1.1/1 Pilmnlii* S~f. ,W„4c %  ', nA„i Jvt 9nr fidi miiuu Mm. 2 Do ii. ,' %  '>• S d vou v-s ill jpruvc — ... iti* ina pioved — thai, il' yun keep your ikin < lea used by Faunolive'i Iteautitymg olive oil lather, you .oil . KEEP THAT SCHOOLCIKl. 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PACE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATF. FRIIIVV II I '. • BARBADOS Am(XtfiE *.. T *-? f -1 i.W *l B.l.f'U... Frid>. Julv 2K. I95II liO.Uf >IA\MIIS IT is us well ihat tha Cominteloiwi of Police who is responsible lor the carrying out of traffic regulations should call public attention to an essential ingredient in the maintenance of order and safety on the roads. Proper "Road Manners" must be observed by ever}' individual and every section of the public. It will come as a surprise to many people tn learn that, in this island, a greater number of accidents are caused by bad manners than by reckless or dangerous driving. The record of traffic oHcnces seems to indicate that whilst the vigilance of the Police and the seventy of thus imposed by the Courts have combined to act as a deli i rent to reckless and oajalaai notorMi and cyclists, the ill mannered folk who use the highway in one way or another cause great annoyance and inconvenience to others. It is seldom that their offences bring them within the pale of the law. This lack of proper "K'>al Hi M*plc ll af • •torjr *pl**> *krtn human liana. o* I" •l>ulf for*art-h>oklM n*f. and ror".*ii fouttit aai'<*t oM jar* •DM m4 ttwle—. llai %  : .bII U IM iw W* *"* -I.I \l— *"lOl i. today -nm • %  (BIIUI ft.* %  %  —. M %  inn*. %  II .PIJ hO tart o'l '" %  !' * % %  "•* at, NorlhMK .,-Pprr. A PUlMM* piiw toil" ("• <" %  • %  sairt of -*HUB*1 *** %  •—* mftii, N.w Yo'fc'a % %  IWftWP •>•"• nwr •?""•-*? Ih arm* of > %  *oh aoS "* !" \ ( walk* ol llf !" 1 Mu4>aM Mod Kaon • |n arven of lh tWa-p Southa %  '•*• By MAKOIM JOHNSON I.N.S. (SUIT CTepoo>nl) The South today tt under joins %  pj>> South of slavery and secession That South is deed There is a South of union aid freedom That South, thank %  ori. ia living, breathing, growng every hour." That "New South" at last, in 50, is becoming a reality, a .ream fulfilled It is a South %  f continuing change, of notable rogress. of goals yet to beatained These are dominant impressions %  .mini aflajT %  long tour of the kmlh. visiting key cities and ural areas in seven deep South '.ill'.' Georgia. North and South Carolina, Alabama. Mississippi. _-flve year* ago, this changing South Is stimulating, at times almost unrecogniiable In an effort to obtain all shades of opinion. I talked with editors, ministers, businessmen. Indus* IrUUtti public iiftii'-i-. polltllinns, fellow reporters, educators. Itnd aibouitri i talked with raprwNOtgUTM of both the white and negro races They all reflected, in varying degrees, this *j>int nf change The changes have not been ;iohievr-i overnight They have b*T. m prugres: for years, but at a greatly accelerated rate m the last tan years, especially since World War II. I been brought about by a combination of factors: ecoMnk davaltHjsfl (-jiu. increased industrialization, the disappear MM of cotton M a one crop economy, advances in education and scientific dlver-ifii-d farming The South waa once a land of bitterness. defeatism. despair. Today It Is a land of hope confidence, enthusiasm. That is tne spirit of this new. changing South. The twin evil* of poverty and Ignorance gradually are being conquered. The South'* cities are growing. There is increasing prosperity. With the development of a healthier economy, raising the economic level of all the j-"ple. so. In ratio are tensions being Nwd, including racial tensions But of aLL-the changes taking place, perhaps the most important is a psychological change. The modem Sc nth Is willing, at long last, to for :et the Civil War and the tr ; c reconstruction era Rabid sectional lain seems to be on the vans. The South t t-day rttnembers and respects 1L. traditions, but no longer Is a SIBMto them. The Confederate flat, still is displayed in Southern titles, but witn this important difference: the flag is now a decoration, a relic of the past, not a fetish. Southerners are facing their problems realistically, and earnestly trying to solve them. They are facing them honestly and with critical self appraisal. They are proud and sensitive %  Ad they still resent what they consider unjustified criticism They feel that the South has been at times the target of a malicious campaign of misrepresentation On the other hand. I found them willing to discuss the South's problems frankly. They are keenly aware of shortcomings. They realize that there Is much yet to be done, (hat the South still is lagging behind the rest Of the nation But they are eager to tell their story — the South's story. On the South's sensitivity. Hufuid Yerger. B youthful banker of Hattlnesburg. Miss, said "Undoubtedly we are suffering from a mas.* inferiority complex. I guess we are thin-skinned. God knows, we art not perfect. But remember the South has been flat on its back since the Civil War. And It has seemed that we'd be kicked down again <-v<*i> time we tried Speaking as a % %  '^ervative but thoughful POutM-rncr. anxious ior the South'* progress, economically, socially a"d politically Yerger said: All we at* is for one chance to continue to work out our own salvation W are trying and we are making progress, but wc feel wo have the i iRht to handle am "*• n Matfl .""l solve them without .mtsKi. Kalph McGiU. preseni < %  the Atlanta Constitution, and a forceful spohtsman for liberalism In the South, said: For the first time since the Civil War. the South has torn* capital of its own and ci light ahead. It is surer of the i-oad. There is a ferment of change, enthusiasm, hope and determination! Dr. John Ivey of Atlanta, director of the Board of Control for Southern Regional EducatfOB, stressed the ps>chological factor in the changing South, saying: •*A major driving force Is the new concept that our problems are not Just regional ones. We feel they are In common with most of thf problems facing Western civih/.itton Our Job la lo deal more r-'-iUslically our needs and devise practical ways of Improving BOCfal nftlH "In 1950." Ivey continued, "you have a generation that has grown up. So we have a racial problem or n problem In toll' erosion? Our attitude is 'OK.' let's do something about It.' "The personal omotions sur, rounding the Civil war period turn lan:-lv li.^appeared. To our generation, fur example, the daughters of the Confederacy seem rather quainl. like having a spinning wheel in your drawing room." Ivey's associate, W. J. Mc Glothin, spoke in the same vein. He said: "The generbl tenor in lh.South is a more objective approach to its problems. In 1935 th r South*!* swessssji of the national income was about 40 per cent. Now It's risen to an average of about 6& per cent. That Is the success story, one correspond in K to increased industrialization. "This has created in the South a feeling that It Is going places— something we have not had since IMS. I-imlts >' the advance are net oven envl koned yet." M.GIothin Bald Ihat the South's "emotional Identity is now being used as a tool for advancement rather than us an escape from the present." I.N.S. Health Fiasco II. John I -ims.il LONDON TWENTY THOUSAND lmily doctors have sent an ultimatum to Health Minister Aneurin Bevan threatening to quit the British Naticpiul BtarUl Service unleas he raisea their pay. At the annual meeting ul tha pOfajrlul British Medical Association 400 delegates representing the doctors endorsed a resulution. It protested against "repeated hold-ups and prolonged delays" in negotiations over general practitioners' pay and called for "immediate preparations for termination of contracts." HOW TO WHITE A SONG By VIRGINIA (.IIAII.Vtl J hullr a Ufttr rummer house That I'd been dreaming of IVtlh roses m rhe Harden, / planJed there lor lowe. 7'haf tilicTi (he sun was shlnlrbp down Your heart should be at r*Mt With only blooming roses Because you love then beat. MH DOUGLAS FUMIER. who geon into verse to make, first and foremost, another list consisting of words which they will try desperately hard net lo use. They must then, before anything else happens, try to find a titlefor the song they have not written. This Is very important. Publishers, it seems, will not •ven squint through their eyeEiKht different medical divisions introduced motions for a "more-pay-or-we-quit" ultimatum to Bevan. Although Bevan was blamed for the situation, the conference declared its readiness to co-operate with the authorities in building up "an efficient and smooth-working" health service. There were cheers when Dr. S. Wand, chairman of the General Medical Services Committee, commented on the decision: "That does not mean that we will stop being doctors or stop giving attention to our •latients It means that we terminate our contracts with the Ministry." One doctor in five, he said, was wrnlm only $1,960 a year, 36 per cent received under $2,800 a year, and their share of the annual cost for each patient in the service was about 2J cents, a week—"the price of a cigarette and a match lo light it with. He added: "We have no desire to make things difficult for any political party. Our purpose La simple—to get a fair deal for practitioners Dr. R. Hale White protested that doctors had been "frustrated by cavalier treatment" in discussions with Bevan. Delegates were unanimous in their demands for immediate reforms in the health service, which was described as "the most costly and complete fiasco our social history has ever seen."—I.N.S. WE HAVE Jl ST kl i U\ I l SPARE PARTS FOK COLEMAN Products We will be pleased lo repair >our LIMPS. LANTERNS. STOVES and IKONS If >ou bring them to us. ALSO A Shipment of . SNOWCEM in the fullimiin; Coiaun I While, (ream. Pink. Vclluw. and Terni.otU WILKINSON & HAYNKS CO. I.TI).—Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. Phone* I i'.*: M$g. BEt KVUIII STORES wrote the lyrics for The Bells of Ushes at a lyric If it has a boring St Mary's. The Lambeth Walk and title In fact, one cannot help The Hies Crawled Up The Winfeeling on reading Mr Furbera dow tu name but three of his hints, that publishers are singumanlfold successes—does not think larly unasuite in many ways, that the lines quoted above make Nat only do they have to Tea a very good lyric. I cannot believe pandered lo with catchy titles, (hal anyone (except the man who but often, when they are offered wrote the line*) will disagree them, they fail to recognise them with him. at such. These Foolish Thing* Wearied, perhaps, by the arrival were repudiated time and again, of hundreds of similar efforts in, arid heaven knows it was, in die his letterbox, or simply maybe be. days before "catalogue" song* cause he is a kindly man. Mr became Hie vogue, a novelty Furber has now written a booknumber let about the lyric-writers' craft From the romantic to the railed Surely You Can WriteA yo-ho-ho Mr. Furber delves Into (Aschcrberg, Hopwood anil the lyric suitable for the baritone, Crew, 2s fld > for the Peter Oawson or Stanley Mi Talent first . Furber gives a great deal Holloway; and here we have got •o be more original than ever Make It New The Jolly jack tar—and, though Furber docs not mention them, tha itoker on the 5.15 to Crewe. tha captain off to sea and the fair ladyc —have been boomed about rhvma rrom ever > concert platform in 'he country. So for eardrums" sake, says Mr. i-ommetidable advice* a lo* ' which applies equally to plumbing or stenography; work, practice, courago in the face of disappointment, a study of the masters and dogged detcrmlnati But before trying t 'homo" with "alone," a man dono, mate l.'c.e.r now tt. 11 !" *^* !" ^*';..'..^ few who have talent can persuade thinking, but I've got no furthei ihe millions who have not to giva * ""*„ d Jr ^J,u R „p and go bUck-berrylng. £*• JSTSSL ,. **£? y He himself touted songs around $?** R*SL52j S „ _,^ for ages before he had one •*; % %  } JPg?. f *&. .^rn <.ii Where I think this umlable *nd accepiea confiding booklet falls is in Mr Mr. Furocr harps, very rightly, Furber** disregard for the modern on the need for new theme*. Idiom The lyrics he instances, Roses he cares for not nt all. and "'" had, some better, are all tha moon and the stars he finds of the ballad variety, whereas UM equally tedious lyricist of today, unless he dcflnTo help thone who are obsessed "ely set* out to write ballads, is with nightingales ho give* a neat '"ore likely to need tuition In the list of other fauna, *uch as tha B**J M Daddy Eight To A Bur thrush, the linnet and the snow*W (I know .hat'* an old tune, birdnot. 1 'hould hav c thought, hm so am I old ) very easy rhymers?—and h* No Guidance advises those determined to burNeither ihe sophisticated 'point" song favoured in revues, nor th swing number, nor even the musical comedy song so admirably penned by Mr Furber himself are covered. Although he makes an issue, and rightly so. of emphasising the difference between a poet and a lyric writer, his booklet neenis mere dedicated to tha former. Me also gives no guidance aboufc whether it is more expedient and profitable to trap a composer first or to write a lyric to one's own mental tune. The latter mode surely confines the composer when at last lie appear* upon the scene Thounh I hate to say it, coming as 1 do from a lyrical family, in all cases save the patter and the point song it jr* the music which %  unitThere it no reason why a lyri* should not be as good as It can be, but if a word or note must go, surely the word must be> sacrificed? Depressed? No Furber leave* romposers out of the proceedings altogether, and possibly he is right In doing so, teeing that they are inlinitely more rare than writers. The law of averages does not allow for more than a small percentage of the latter meeting the former. Many lads have pencils; few H and may they never pause from their labours to note the hundred* of abominable titles and the hundreds of ghastly lyrics which are published every year with consummate ease. May they also forget that though millions of people con hum a tune only about a doien of them know more than the first six words "You in ins heart's delight . tl-tati toh. tl-ta U-turn . ." I.>in-writi-i: don't in* depressed The thing Is to get IN Once yOUiM IN irotl -.in rlivme 'love' With "or 1 Old nobody will care 1'ulll then juat be careful—or. of coursa, marry a publisher's daughter —LB S. WsrM t apyrjtht KeaerTed FIGHTING DOCTORS OTTAWA, Canada. Top medical and dental officials of Canada, the United States and Britain are meetinK shortly to discuss such problems as how to keep soldiers and sailors fighting and surviving in Arctic snows and Arctic seas. The defence department here announced that these are among the subjects to be discussed in Montreal at the sixth meeting of more than 100 prominent military and civilian medical and dental officials of the three countries. The meeting, first of its kind held >utside the United States, will last from July 10 to July 25. Canada's defence minister Brooke Claxton. who issued the invitations, will be represented by Dr. O. M. Solandt, director-general of defence research and himself a medical man. The Canadian department said the object of the meeting is to discuss field medical and dental equipment for the services of the three countries. Dr. R. L. Meiling, director of medical services for the U.S. defence department, will represent defence secretary Louis Johnson of the United States. The meeting will take up such subjects as Arctic clothing at sea, medical equipment in the Arctic. Arctic survival, pharmaceutical supply units, field surgical units, field dental units, field malaria and epidemic disease control units, and field veterinary units. Panels will also consider field radiographic and laboratory work, and antiseptics. Among those attending will be Maj.-Gen Walter D. Love, chief of dental division, U.S. army; Maj.-Gen. Geo. ft. Kannebeck. chief of dental division. U.S. air force; Air Commodore G. A. Ballantyne, director of R.A.F dental services; Col. C. E. Eccles of the British war office, and surgeon commander E. James royiil navy medical liaison officer in the U.S -(C.P.) BWirrS POTTKD MKA1 per tin SWIFTS I'ATEDE FOIL AUSTRALIAN PINEAPPLE Jl IC1 AUSTRALIAN SALAMI SAUSAGE lb. HEINZ GREEN PEAS dp FRENCH MUSHROOMS RED CURRANT JELLY CALVES FOOT JELLY „ hot. ANCHOVY SAUCE . I1LACKKUCK WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE „ SIGNAL COCKTAIL ONION . ,. „ AUSTRALIAN PEACHES tin 33 .77 .64 AlM Conaciou* To the Editor, the Aduocate 31*^—1 wu deliithu-d to see in your issue of July 18 u letter from Mis^ Nell Manning on the subject of ""• pr***ervation ot trees. Urst because I agree wholeheartedly with what -he say*. and second because she belongs to a well known Barbadian family and I had begun to fear Barbadians were not interested In such things This I feared for several reasons One, I have noted the Intense joy with which the Inhabitants of this island seize upon any excuse to destroy or mutilate a tree, 1 I a whole tree cut down to reach a bird's nest in i< l %  rare flowering tree mutilated because Us brnr.rh. a pathway and it meant taking Iwo *teps out of the path to pass by It. I have *< lighted against the trunk of a tine flamboyant by flshermei. \re these Incidents due to cani' % % % %  MM, laziness, stupidity, what Second. I have heard educaiBarbadians of the plantar cla discussing two estates famous tor their trees. "Very nice" they said, if il wasn't for the trees." I submit that in a tropical climate there can never be too many trees. One has only to go as far as Antigua or ttst norm end of Monu-eirat to see the result of deforestatum tha land H dusty dew-it When I read Miss Manning's letter. I happened to have just flnulieii icadinn "The Road to Survival" by the An.tni.aii colonist, VOgt, where the appalling consequence* to houith .oid happiness caused by the destruction of trees are set out In drt.nl Enlii/hii'iieif counfariag realise this by now England has its "Men of tree*" Society, which with film*, exhibitions, publications. li'imn'\ enthusiasm, tries to make peoph tt i America has its "Arbor Day." which name explains II In France, where the sun Is far less hot llian In Barbados, thousands of miles ot road are DO both sides with '.tees which make a shade overhead for h r The only places \ know of in Barbados wt can llnd shade on a main road is m a short stretch at Sand.v Lane nnd at Cherry Tree Hill, and it is doubtful If these trees were deliberately planted for the sake of the road. A great deal of fuss Is made nt this time of the year about hurricanes. It is almost certain that, over the OeBtUTsN the destruction wrought on this Island by the Barbadians lliemelves in the way of the destruction of the natural tree cover with It* consequent effect on the soil and the water supply is greater than the destruction wrought b) hurricanes. Aesthetically, of course, a* Miss Manning suggests, the Results Air appalling Hut no one minds much about that. Bridgetown. lhoug"h now thn-e trnturics old. is still an ugly town The American colonies In New England farther south had beautiful buildings within fifty year* of their founding Let us at least steep sonic trees SIDNEY CUNL1FFE-OWEN Uttle Batatlys, S! Peter. July 25, 1M0. I'm if ration To Ihe Editor, the Advocate SIB.-In yesterday's Sunday Advocate one of your reader* viggtvtcd thai Bridgeheads should be established in British Guiana uiul British Honduras to Introduce execs* population fr^m Barbados. This is exactly the kind ot attitude that help* make IsMM CountriM oppose emigration ironi Barbados and the other overj-opulated islands of the Caribbean area. We look on these islands as horrible example* o! what can happen when population reaches the saturate n.id we definitely do nm waj I to allow anything to happen like this In our country Even now we bava plenty of nm mpioymont H B.O.. and icrtnlnly don*l Vo add to their IroubL couramng foreigner* from otter places to come here. As you know Barbados, hes a laying "Barbados for tha Barbadian", which is perfectly : icht and natural. Barbadians do not make good settlers in other countries as they are never hhppy when away from their homeland and in general the t; lie that does go. or is sent, to omer countries, are not good workers as has been seen in many places Barbadians should therefore decide that they must take care of their own over-population problem and not expect other countries to solve it **or them. If the) do tin, then nature will eventually step into the picture. ai It always does in such esses. ..iv's wan are not very r'easant ones. Why not decide that you have to face this snd lUii doing something tbout it. instead of lamenting that o*er ti M just do not want your overflow. JOHN KLINE. Ocoi-kiclown. British Guiana. July 24. 1950. Paul WUUtU To rhe Edlror. the Adtwatr SIR.—Yesterday Carlb offered constructive criticism of the Paul Wllkins s M that Carib feels. In common with lots of unfortunate people in respect of local talent shows, that only singing Is talent and refers to Cedric Phillips talent at the piano as being wasted. I wonder what Arthur Rubinstein. Duke Ellington and our own Lionel Glttcrs would aay to this. Had Carib really Ustened t the Paul Wilklns Snows be would have heard, among other artistes. Cedric singing in Popular Dunce t*i. % %  *.>•. %  I Negro Spiritual and 'Bop* styles. He sang last Sunday night and it may be that he (Cedric) is so overburdened with talent that even an ardent fan Ilka Carlb did not recognise another Tarnation of It The Paul Willdtki Show Is s .-how of local talent bat It Is no* n local talent show. Its entertainment value, wtiatavar It ! is calculated not speculated, and I feel that Carlb should listen ctsm after, first and give constructive eritiSTANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. GREET THE COMING HOI DAYS EN COMFORT SEXECT SUMMER SUITS made to measure from the following Amertran Mercerised Poplin M.Sa Cnglish Mercerised Poplin ....... tU .5 Panama t Wlton Suiting S23.0I) Pure Linen 531.50 All Wool Tropicals V from 541 50 HalllSTA & ,., Ltd. DRY GOODS DEPT. for the HOT WEATHER KEEP COOL with STRAWBERRIES & CREAM FRUIT AUSTRALIAN Strawberries In Tin* __ Mt -,-, in-rroc Pineapple In Tin* FRANKFURTERS Apricot In Tins Prnnr* In Tin* Gaava* in Tins CREAM PAW. WTLKDJS. Cur -lames A Colerldte Struts, Bridgetown. r July It. 1950 BISCUITS CROWN DRINKS SEVfN FLAVOURS FROZEN SALMON UAIHHM K. UfUU SUM I ltltt;AI>s llKll I SOI r Tli.TI.I MUK nOLIl BRAID KIM 3 Yearn Old torved .1 ever> Celebration TOt'XI. LIKK IT I IT LIKI.S VOI". 49c. per tin APPLES in tint 2 SIZES GODDARD'S VG*C^****'.^0*-*-**-*****-^'**-"V;^^^



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FRIDAY. Jtl.Y 2*. 15 BARBADOS ADVOCATE TACK FIVE R Fishermen Selling On Black Market F ISHtKMIN m going back to their old i. *^ of •riling their catches along the road at "black market" prfcM These men retard it a waste of ttaM earrjrtni ih-u catchei tn the Public Market where the\ will terra to di them at the -eheduhplica During this time last >r..i l| *H the name cr> and on that occasion the Police were hard on their heels, but still many managed to evade lh c law. When these vendors -see a Policeman they just put the llsh back Into a bag and tell customers to follow them to a more secluded spot. This fact was clearly brought out by the small amount ot mackerel, cavalli. johns and jacks, bonito and other seine fish as well as pot fish. Including snapper. which was brought into tinmarket during this month. The Flying Fish season is ending. For the last seven days only 50 pounds were brought into the market During the month of June fishermen from 225 boat trips brought a total amount of .18.288 pounds of fish to the market. Of this 31.524 pounds wen(lying ilsh and 2.307 shark. The other amounts were 35 pounds of brem. 50 snapper. 1,113 dolphin. 106 king fish, 52S bill fish. R32 albacore, 425 mackerel and cavalli. 40 Johns and jacks, 220 bonito. 1.070 pounds of other Varieties of seine Ash and 20 pounds of pot fish. Fishermen from I3K boat trips brought a total amount of 26,335 pounds Into the market so far for this month. During the first two weeks the flying fish catches were reasonably good and totalled 23,581 pounds. The total so far for this month includes 60 pounds of snapper. 428 dolphin, 51 king fish. 890 bill fish. 457 shark, 420 albacore 200 pounds of mixed varieties of seine fish and 105 pounds of pot fish. No bonito. mackerel, cavalli. johns or jacks were brought into tha market as yet this month but n few people told the Advacale yesterday that plenty of these types were seen at various spots along the highway. IDING A BICYCLE without a lighted lamp attached to the front at night, not only endangers the life of the pedestrian but also that of the cyclist. Records show that on previous occasions cyclists tiding unllghted bicycles have met their deaths because they either ran into an oncoming vehicle or collided with %  guard wall on some highway. Those facts do not seem mean anything to cyclists because yesterday four were charged with riding unlighted bicycles. There was aUo one charge for not stopping at a Major Road and another for driving without the appropriate licence. A FIRE of unknown origin broke out at IliUaby, St. Andrew at about 12.30 a.m. yesterday and completely destroyed a boarded and shingled house 21 x 20 feet belonging to Lushington Gill of the same address. The damage is covered by insurance. A quantity of furniture was alo destroyed. H AKCOIRT WILLIAMS of Mason Hall Street reported that his home was broken and entered on Wednesday and a quantity of furniture removed. D IKING THE FLYING FISH season a large quantity of heads. Intestines and scales of fish could be seen on the beach at the rear of the Public Market but this has now been replaced by a quantity nf green moss which was recently washed up on the beach Also on this bench yesterday was a large raft The raft broke away from its mooring in the Careenage on Wednesday night and drifted down to the market. Three men were trying to refloat It. A VARIED programme has been nged for the fortnightly concert at Hastings Rocks commencing at 8 o'clock tonight. The music from the current London and New York Play "Finian'i Rainbow" will be the feature of I he programme. The programme is as under:— I FTnh Millturv Marco 1.0RHA1NF. G*nrt J Standard OvwHifr Rl*V BI.AS Mmdrtwotv 3 Opr-tlic flelartion* BOMB) AND JMJTT Oounnd li.lrodi-lns "Bfeilractc" lnu*dicllon In Art I and Choni* Sons— "O Shrlur ••' Knu\< [hii-l "•• but %  lutlilonsW Vl* Sons and th W--1 in ilnglm eoMHuntly MMI*> al the m 10 The i.ii was being driven at 31J in p.h while the limit for thut area is 20 m.p h A 10 line was also imposed on Athelstan Inniss of Queen's Street, who pleaded guilty of exceeding the speed limit along Ilav Street on June II, The speed of the car was 29 nip h while the limit is 20 m p h The case was heard by MagistralC 1. Walwyn. For failing to stop at the major roads along Constitution and Dayrells Roads. Alphin Walters Of Baycroft Road and Downdge Robinson of Charnocks were ch ordered to pay 15/and 2'cost-, when Magistrate C L Walwyn found them guilty of the offences. REMANDED James Babb, a 35-year-old carpenter of Bullens Alley. AIV is charged with the murder of Edna Grant, on July 20. was yesterday remanded until August 3 when the case was called up for bwurfnj baton Magistral.r, it Griffith INDECENT LANGUAGE Magistrate G B. Griffith yesirdav ordered John Redman of Waterluill Land to pay 10/tn 7 days for using indecent language ilong Baxters Road on June 2 I further line of 30 was als Imposed on Redman for assaulting Cpl. Skcele on the same date. Both Sgt. Parris who prosecuted, and Redman appealed against the decision made by Magistrate Griffith. Redman also has a large number of convictions | WIIF.WKIt YOU WAIJt M.,. II Thi You Can't Predict What A Storm Will Do Says Hurricane Handbook The storm, squall or whatever il was that hit Burbadus on hag convinced the Hurricane Relit*. Commit UH' that the behaviour of such storms i-. not verj predicUbliTh^ hi itatod in a handbook issued by the Conimillce containing eitstNVdmentg to the 194W Edition ~ The .imendment mentioned abov* ito I'.'ii in of the iwiB Handbook, and is inserted ui ih< • !..i : n..i "Passage of the Storm It sa> "The geographical position U "Barbados is such that storm. "tlial originate In the area souir "of latitude ION and b a t WC tl Longitude *0—45W mi.y not hi "properly formed by the time n CHARGED WITH THEFT Forty-llve-year-ofd George Masah. a carpenter of Thomas Gap. yesterday appeared before Magistrate HA. Talma on a charge of the larceny of a quantity <>( lumber which is vi'lueU {MM and Is the property of Maude Webb The offence was committed on July 2. SUNDAY BUSINESS fin IWh(keepers nj lined 40 each for opening their shops On Sunday. June 25. Tln-y wajra JuiaM Mnxwell, George Ail^yi.". Louis Waldrond. Rufu.. Mt.ughn. and Vernon Browne all .f St Michael. The cases were i eard rcforc Magistrate H. A. Talma, while Cpl: Watson who i attached to Eagle Hall Sub Station prosecuted. PRICED TOO HIGH For selling bananas it a greater price than is scheduled, to Inspector Crawford on May 29. Hilda Small of Dun-combe. St Thomas was fined 30. with 1/cost to be paid in 14 .!. %  ><> n default undergo one month's imprisonment when she appeared before Magistral.G H Griffith. Open Day At Bay Street Boys" School BAY STREET BOYS' SCHOOL held Open Day Pnrenl and the public generally were able to aun tip it, %  short while the .niivny of the pupils and teachers throughout the year Illustrations of life in Barbados. of the island's in-ache*. country landscapes and homes ranging from the cave and hut days to present day types of buildings. were vivulh drawn on paper ami on parts of the school walls with v. ater colour painting*, powder colours and inks Bach class had its own type of exhibit In the class room, but all the rlasses seemed to have a (irefeii'iu v foi p.i lit ini maps of tini-Iand nowtd its communlc.itinn*, and transportation, the most popular games pi.i.Mu .mil trvdcavntti at work Drawn at the side nf maxims and poetry in simple printings the r ilieir idea of accompanying pictures. In many cases bringing out the real theme Showing a wide scope of work besides paintings, than an mats, toy houses and furniture The teachers pinned up corrected test papers of the buys in the various subjects to describe the central branch or their school rk. Included in that studious %  tion were interesting %  "A Birthday Party". "A Week in the Country", "Making %  si< %  %  Hand 1 and 'Flying Fish". In 'Making a Steel Band" the boy told how his pals and he wenbeaten for keeping noise, when they were not too good at the art. lint how the lure of music kept them to it. There were pretty picture drawings on |>ost card* One teacher told the Adrocat.thai some of the more skilful boys sell post cards at Easier and Christmas. He said that he himself turned over $120 one season by selling postcards. Open Day was closed In the evening after the boys recited and sang songs The> gave %  good performance of the "Forum Scene" from Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar Outatandinjj among his fellows for his easy imitation Hlooms From i fellow. > .it tiint has gono Department to the puhlic The appeal is being made on behalf ..1 the health of the public and on the po*tei* on which ii • . disease* n %  I (hiouK.i hiatUng, > a w ii I n g. cougumg and *m IN Mni thai one should refrain a* nui i a* la humji.lpoMlbaB from innulglng in the*practices In public The appeal is |MAteil at places Whan public attention nu> I a I attracted and is one of the periodic lefforu of the Sanitation Departnietil to BfOUM I MM of hc.illii % %  ucia among the member* 0l the public. Wba drawn in Iha attanuon of !!; % %  Ouei Sanitary tasVMcte) rta" btrda) that some people do make [use of the paiier that u out of stoii-.s ini wrapping' uica' ;. %  Orfbasl ihis as ii very biid practice whaBh could be iesponsible for tlie spread ol OWsUO AimtlK-i tiling thai caiuiot be lOO i^iiK t old Sun. My I'Doinh Heart 10 Fli..or WITH JOC'KKV TO THE IAIB Tradh-->> In Com "* moiilmr. <>l IH Rait I* of Mliidr-i Irt Auluil ITSf Th* Hlm*nl-l March i-t Thr KliiT" Own Vorkahirr Llshl luf.ntrv *-p^*F. WINI>>(HEFN and two X uprights of the i: M-2535. proptTt) f thg Progni sive 'Bus Company, were damageu In an accident along Evor ton Norri' nf Church Village. St Philip. T IIFni: WILL be a special Men's Service at the St Joseph Parish Church next Sunday night at 8 o'clock. T HE POLICE BAND will lead a group or SM Barbados Cadet Corps when thc> leave Combcrmere School today for St. Ann> Fort where HM) will camp. The March will be from the School to the Garrison R ESIDENT* of St. S> Ivans Village -nd Chimborazo were without water on Wednesday evening because a pipe lino in that district broke The people. from the Chimbora/ 'pass over tho Island. Th-behaviour of such storm* is no "so predictable, .is was cxpcnen<"< in Ihe Hat ,1 August, 194. but "in thestearly stages n out il %  I "of separate disturbances may "occur while they are in the pro>< %  : i%  1 .!.-cii'...' ,:. 'i ,i : Ingl"storm. "In such coses the passage a the centra ma) ba I ardly noli" "except for the signirlcant wind "change*, but In the w;ike of II' "centre there may lie severe railll "and electric storms building up "but the wind fore will not be "particularly severe The Secretary of ti (l ii u ., Board U due for some heavy worn if a hurricane come Acconiuife to another amandmeni among the many listed in the new handbook is one which rallaVw :he Architect and Planning Officer from HaaV] II ;> and ,ii.in-, it on it" %  n-in^ Board's Secretary Warnings • ling to the new book, arnlngs tecelM-d mi Idc from outside sources nil < Ufeetor oi Agniuitm. %  the ease of warnings b> wlretaai from ships at sea which will be addressed to tha HafhOUl gflO Shipping Mi ti i L'nuei the amendments, responsibility for informing lhc IwbOUI and Shipping Muiir. th* Commissioner of Police, Colonial Secretary and the intelligence oillcer of a warning received will rest with the I. 06101 of Agriculture. The Commission*-! %  %  1 P ill I wili in turn InJ t olonial Engineer, the Staff Oillcer. 'he Director of Highways ano Transport ,11. I of Medlca Services, the ChM Engin-ei Waterworks, amt D Education These will inlorm lUCfc of |ha brash rn %  tion as they think I Other Officers Responsibility for fixing fine that a cautionary a -ri-m o_, |.>a*B l Pi.i.aiill> LONDON. July COLOL'HFri. flowers from the Caribbean hava baan iaan ;>t i wovi tins araah In lueBdon The> ware s. nt by lite Jamaica Daii'u Ejj>r.m i the Pome r o] Nurserii -. Kin rha Horticultural SOdaty and the Tuurisl %  upi Had a blaga i wtth ihefi Anthurtumi The flow, i KhoU WhlCh is an annual event Mafad b) the 'Bva. -.uh 4.IHNI antrta in *' %  ownpettn All lhaao llowtrs are grouped around an outstanding display, a floral Viking iMp from Deiuo.nK This is a rnpUea or the llugin huh tailed to liui.ilti Ust year The Danish Travel Association and the Danish Agricultural Pr.ii ranged the Exhibit. i,< li the noral Hawaiian graat in., ware aani Iha long distance trom Honolulu Malaya aani rial Bol ink Oardani ami than ware orchldi also from tha Oam Nitraartei in Slngaimre India M m a flrn coll.-i-M i, i p P Chattargae ami N.-i*e\ CakutU Laavaa of tha Bteruclei Mate vai DUri ralfoll *•** wui rt-l rtlcultural Sootat) of India rinse have an inter eating atory i*hind them i tree known as Buddha's commit which riU the -ii.gul. II* characteristic ol %  i [it \ iii vei v In ihape and -ie Then, warn two fl in ane but one %  i t mi froti indta in. ludad %  Catlli >a The Oovarnmenl Hortkulturtel Karaohl aani t dllferent variet'n;nllunal-l.> i-l on the l-.ng flight and only 13 of thi BOW i Paktglan oould 11 aa hibited These included Tub* i. Ixora Budhuca and Bnvenla %  South Africa wag represented tboul SO magnlAcenl vurleUet i Protaa Mom tin\.,i n! llotan.c.l Garden Kui Ii %  iha Pagoda ir.-Red bnugainvillea from the OOA ernnient Ex penmen tal Flowe Garden A, %  m new LagM u.iused kern ii.-. s. n bai avound muafa ami tin ihe thousands of -olourful blooms went lo make I'lractive hihi in Ionian tinyear fowl %  % %  %  %  %  V&?j HI-: si HI-: in ifxjor neigir 11HIXY ml H.Ml. II IS PHOENIX SODA KIl'NTAIN V.V.V.VaV III II IIHH.I.\I, awl in PRUNE CREAMS THE wii,i dogs are ..i Iha war iMith and this Ba) Turkey and ihaen an nel night in iin cUauieti •< %  • UM dogs prowl around, harklni co rinualrj ail ihrough Ihe nlghl Theaa doga uauulj irol u the diatrkl In i th %  ."-king rM Utah pray and lumping -.hoit Mecca thai tncloea man) yards. Traut. ai> by resideiiLs, bul they alway i.tiKiui untouched Anyone encountering Ihai i %  nlmali al nlgbl are liable to h now being painted In whth green. Electricity and water lines arc already installed and the i %  counters are now to be i>IIE MOBILE < iNEMA'!* profor the areak* 1 end when Utah I is given at Friendship Plantation .am tonight. This Show will be ror ine benefit of residents of the Hothersal Turning area of St. Michael T in %  Bin of a it tne St. Joseph p ,, lata Chun h • %  nntahed R rha ati vices were given by I!ev. Sayer. Principal of Codnngton CoUegi At the atasahe service Rev. Mallalieu, Rector of St. Joseph, thanked Rev Saver on behalf of the people of the Parish Every night over 800 people packed the Church to hear Rev Sayer preach but on the final Ight — Wednesday—the attend_ Director of Agriculture. othci Ofllgeia will then carry on UW information to othafl who wll telay it in turn, and thu I %  i-l. i -i %  %  ding out i %  %  railing tjl signal BreadcHtlng will indene i<> Radio DletribuU' n and Covernment Hroadcastiin; I'OI.K I BAND under the which will open up on a vave (•ctioii of Capt C E. Raison, length arranged, and announced M.B.E. A.H.CM., are arranging i, B st of all the Director of Agria grand Free For All Full Moon u |ture will be responslbl | i incess Alice Pinygiving the "all clear," ing Field on Saturday night <20th Free-For-AII Full Moon Fiesta At Reef T n dir QUEENS PARK IS KEPT ATTRACTIVE July). The Pavilion iind grounds will be lit up attractively with coloured lighting, and the programme will commence at 7.45 p m The programme bas been arranged to -ud all ti I will Include ')•• %  fallowing popular trogr-mme nuirtI HMM: Butter Conws From Australia !'.' '' %  '" OVER I.MX) Of A Windows Or fish Markets? THEY are Wiridow* by th lee' i thay are at present not inviting wlndowa' %  leni ii". sti< i • toM ba aarraea l e that it ijleasant to get an fiance of the sea whan %  long | HI i i,ui tin which ware latelj race of housi lual renwvt d i the wlndowa havi aeai i rocaa whlah w • U when II | van n-iiio\.Mock aa to tax aver, make th< "wlndowi ranH % % %  pteoa foi bargaining Plane Missing THE SPORT I'l.ANE PJ-ACK has been lost during its flight around Curacao on Tuesday, to %  ca&legraa reeelva ut the hxal Ilarlxiur and ShJpftln Dep irtn I ilrpoti AH ihlpi In thai vdnlt> %  AH] walking in Queeni Pai h rt -i-idav would bavi W clean and prettv thr lawns and garden* appeared Steady trimming and wnlei inn are naadoi i -. v.. -, ludkiiu: attractive. Appro-abing Iha band Uind which ha-, bean recently brighti-iii'd u|. i.v iMiinlmg l" %  %  %  %  %  Oevarnei %  ' %  the Hi n thlni that cabin-lh •" % % %  r Ihe large lake This lak. may IK>oon un". Berne ol tinbani baa have beat putnlcil and even HUN in-oph.II res reetlonel period lounging m DM rouildingn Ma-nic anWorking on some of tha pot en* : Itt) %  HAHRISOIV'S —Broad Street \ SACK TRUCKS ALL BTHL — 1.000 ll CAPACITY tnthcm itun wii.'.k u.5 Wilh KublHT WhrrU 20.09 ALL METAL WHEEL-BARROWS STRONG AMI 1)1 IIAlll.i: — 3 cubic lert capacity Sl'lTAIILK FOB I'ONTHACTORS. RC O.M.I MII..1I I Al II %  RUBEROID" ROOFING FELT (lltll.N MIN1JIAL17.KU SURFACE A IMW I'ricvd. Lalg 1-H.tiiiK. I ll.ti.-iil Wiilt-rprt".! Cover fur all Roofa m Ogees rni soWHH HARIIISOYS-H. rf ware Specialiati Broad Street APPLES AHK HERE Wht the Bte arrived In < 01 lorning II bed quantity nf aastflefi Dlanpi it> ...i(n 'ii %  itaih.Mii.in will now i. %  %  %  %  • .ti i .-. thay weneating lor the peel weeks but during thut lima the .... .. %  % % %  A hoinwwife told Ihe Advecat* thai -Inwill thi queue foi ipplea %  ,, up "ii % %  FRESH FRUIT 'i HI lo %  nei -Maud, i. ii arrive I from St. Vincen with 423 bags of copra f tf hagof •-" % %  anuts. Also arriving was the motor vessel TH Radar*** from St Lucia will. fr<--ti fruit nutter were lannen n.-re r* lafdaj I *<** "" fed < iv.all in'oima-^. . . I ii... ii. k If 1'iiHMn r ON TMa 1 I., --HOBT AMD ITASAM v .-. i en : n Wlf ,t„ Thin ihlprnanl i II City of Dtopi > **••• Canned :n. salami sau-:. car: ..:.-,.' n*'im paagf, million. lamb CM.rn irankfurts. tripe, liver, liuttti milk powder and I ,„,."![! *rnra m nioderata quantities •mong *" the Hems of food brough' i : > i M were even more lucky because ance was over 1,000 %  %  iritS R*nalmn Hajlli-rk THi: I I %  lani me in the roped off %  . %  given frt i Saturda. frtne-a Alice Playing Field tie sale of drink-, and light %  %  %  City % %  DM pp) Appli -ii-' r the i al there will b. a ready demand for them The butter was. perhaps. welcomed item of the cargo, as thla commodity is alw--. in th>" island %  under Ihe Montreal. New Zealand line The flag Marks The Spot A RID lag now mark' | Yawl "Pollck" sank In %  The fiait wnea evei the top ol %  1 I* now idown In bad the ina it" that the red the sunken Almost eight months have patstha Path i"" -unk in thrNo attempt at salvaging the vestel ha been made during this month. SPALDINGS TENNIS RACQUETS AND TABLE-TENNIS BATS & BALLS ARE THE CHOICE OF CHAMPIONS n CONGOLEUM Squares and FIBRE: DOOR MATS by the Yard t 9M t 8 75 tlO.47 0 ft a lot | it 912.23 0 ft x l-J ft. $13.23 Roll-. | ft wide Pr yd fi.ao „ 3 ft wide Per y! etc. .. H iuttias wldt. Per yd71c. H I %'i 24 and II 74 !.: %  % %  |.: vi H •' %  n al CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Slroat <



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Publication Date: Friday, July 28, 1950
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WAR RAGES OVER 200-MILE FRONT
66
Atomic Bomb
Is America's Sole
Trump Card"
For Next Three Years
-, ,,--, LONDON. July 2".
yHI.KA.N HI kMft Winston Churchill said today llui
the atomic hunili is id.- onK weapon n l.i.ul sea ,
ill m hull \iiwriraiis could possihh have :tn overv, helm
tag HMMrfortli eVeVtag llu- next iw..... Am man,
Umrci- ii, making his major speech ... the lwo-j n< Bi
. the hop*, must never be abandoned thai a
i U aettlemeni could be reached with Rwala baaed
upon American atomic strencth".
-------- ... . T|,ol M B ,,,,., wh||.h ^rm us
the best .-hann- of .,\ oidm fear-
.<,
illy thai
i ind having an)
.. ; there u
undoubtedly .ui interval' !!
not thinK ihr f-

lapul. he added
Eaihei Churchill wai
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1 filch could |
f"i>i' with the Sot M armoured I
"'Blanche to he .
It filler
w.i. mmoii >iaki\:m\ team
15,000 For
Painting!
LONDON. Juh 2?
The painting "Marine Parade
and Old Chain Plei Hnghion" b%
00 CunsUi-
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lion for dtflSOQ In 1837 it
! rough! SI35.00.
The purchase of tins master-
I icro from the co^N'rlion of Dr
H A C Gregory was disclosed
^ S.....l Ol : l rhance!lr.r
1 'do Exchequer.
The painting is described as a
''ist-closs example of Constable al
1 is best. It la rouahlv four bv -ix
f'Ct Can Press
broke
U.S. RETURN
WAR TROPHIES
WASHINGTON, Into M
cotiRr."- tedaj naanletsd in
MeadoO. The Hnu.-* passed wilh-
ut oppoanioo ind em to the
White House ; Hill
to reWaew
to Real i other em-
eaptuied bj the Untied
in war.
About U flags, uu -
othei emblems captured have
keep) .it the IS Military
Academy since the end of the
Mexican wai Banter,
Aiislruliuns Enlist
MELBOURNE. July I,
Hundreds of men thronged to
centrei in Au Erallan
cities today lo join their country's
; Koreawhich hi gpei t-
Sd to be i u ... I M Bi
Comnunwealth Division The
Government, wishes to get al'
applicants Into training for over-
H Ithout dola*
- Rruler.
CARIBBEAN TENNIS
TOURNAMENT
u* KINGSTON. Jamaica. Jul) 21

, (in Caribbean Tennis
championship m Montage Bej thi
i en ton
t hsmpmnship in h i i h the
i took par) wm
Micceesfui
\\ esl Germans
Can Be Sure
Of U.S. Aid
W aSHDfOTON, Jul] J,
The State Deportment said '"-
da) that Weil Germans should
have no doubt about the "deter-
ulnation of the United
dofaad We*: Qerasanj "agamal
itiach from um i
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Ukel) than perhaps son
reai lo swallow hook, line and
Sinker'' thi Lor
I i retrraan puppet"
according t., Ger-
man folklore. w
hired ship:, and sailor* nn lo the
rocks of the Rhine
The spokesman had been asked
v.hai the West was doing to coun-
teract Russian and K^t OeVmatl
1 i-iopiiKiimla to Gernidiia U remain
("neutral" or flht oo Russia' aid)
IIn the event of wat I
U.S. Army
Calls For
100,000
WASHINGTON. Julj V,
The United Baaets l>rfence Dc-
pertmrm tini-s Issued .. call rot
100,000 conscripted men for the
Army durum Septembei slid
Oesobss
Thla rcprcrents an In l
30.000 over the previous call foi
20.000 men in September, and an
October,
urnu Mid the requests
u- in oiiler to bring the
1 rmj units in the United
States and the reserve and guard
Unltl called to active duty up li
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largr numbers ol
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ber" -Keuler
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ON SUNDAY
1-ONtHJN. Jul] I")
lei Clsaaeot Attiee
will bream-si Lo ihe nation on
Sunday maht.
The Pan
Britain is to play in the Defence
against A,tgrssion" jnd he will
.ppeni foi co oaeratton nroai "
p ibht m the difficult times ahead
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American Guns
Blast N. Korean
'Suicide* Troops
{By LION KL HlDSONi
With Mar Arthurs Headquarter* in Korea.
KOEEA, July 27.
^MEKICAN GUNS in the hills of the central
Yongdong front today laid down a ho*
fence of shattering lire over a 1C mile front. But
North Korean "suicide" battalions ttill came on
Shooting Star jet fighters added rocket and machine
gun fire to the heaviest concentration of American
artillery since the start of the five week old cam
paign in an effort to h;>lt the North Korean pnth
The Communists are adviiuoinR down the all
weather highway throu-h thn mountain sntne of
the peninsula towards Tapir and the south ei^t
coast supply port of rUaMI
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them Their caaualttei mutt be
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Soviet WillBe
President Of
U,i\. (Council
LAKE SUCCESS, Jul] -'7
Soviet Representative Jacob
Malik, after an alwrnee ftom the
United Nations of ovei seven
pounced to-day that he
would uke ovei the Presidency of
the Security Council next month
11. i urprisa pheea call to Mr
> '.I ^-General.
Mr. Malik llxed the date of the
Council's urn meetinK under his
sney as August l. the tim
da) of nis normal office under the
presidency,
I i'...n ti Ml Lie
sud m a rMcaasar] to inform
you thai in accordance a H
liahed procedure i am
the PiaasSanc] ol the Security
Council in August ol this year, and
rut I an setting the date oj the
ol Um Council at Aubum
1, nt 1000 GMT
"1 leuueat thai all membcrx of
ft) Council bp not
.of the meetins The
agenda wttj ba 'urummicated
aw
U ktallk withdrew In,in the
SecurltJ Council on January 10
this year, stating that the Soviet
Government would take no part In
the Council's work until "suitable
measures" had been Taken (o re-
nove the Chinese Nationalist
leleiMtion Beater
British Build Wire
Fence Againsl Illegal
Chinese Immigrants
KONfJ KONG, Ju
Bnlisti authorities aie butldinjj a wire fence against the
inflltiation of illegal Chinese immigrants by night, hut then
find that those relurnini* to Rd Chlru ouimimhei inr'tmine
Chinese
The exodus || attributed to w.u tearei n
Korean finhtinK ami the hiiih cost of living in this t*rti\
overcrowd11\ .
- ~* ' An unofficial tsUmal
s "!<<. a nsru
LL<>1< )N AKILS m9 m a.w* ismpli
businessiiKii havo led
ROUTGLKKILLAS
Bustamante
Escapes Crisis
OSBBBBaBl *4..U OstTCSBSSaOBSI
KINOSTOM, Jaouuca, Jul) 27
[he second
.:. tc ktlkm DccembeT*J
genera) election yesleru.iv when
his candidate an I d
mately 50n volet, from I I'NI'
.id fought
PJM.F vi lory would
bava toj. i '.(- pn -
. ji loUS 'i !|. i. i Ol
Bsspraai ntsalvi
P not .i the neai
furun
TBe i ,,-.
as that roUowteg
. i lions in that a
P -' P t) the first
;>.,.,, -.--.
n in the

u i.i: \n t\; JENKINS
With the Cavalr) Fgi. Pren.
Poratgi la Han hi Cochin.
L'nina Jui> ti
1
and fOUl infantry hultalioru. aup-
poited by aircraft, artillery si -i
Tiench naval forces. Nnu-red an
Uont Vieluani (Commu-
n(si N..iionalisl| guafflla fofCI I
mile- south of Saigon in the pa'i
The three-day combined upera-
ttoi. nad .wept through Jungles.
thnkels. swamp" and mudid) '
paddles in the no-man's-land i
Uie houtheaalern tip of the Tun n
Peninsula, where Krenrh intrlli-
ganca had reawrtad lhal guerilla'
uere forming up for an attack
Guerilla leaders ramo. .,
leadouac.ei- nN rsinfor I I
When th< hbUei
eljeh ti.Hpersed. Ilreuig into the
P.M.I
Return To t.
( blna
aunaal
t a i. Bakarea (gsibado*).
\. Koreans
IseM-Ton
Russian Tank
rotgya i.
Hsttl. .
' R ii m<
14-8S- nie the malnstaj "I Ml
North !< co.
. toda)
This unk. weighinu
nti i BQi . i
. ip ,i,i, ,.i
lint! .tin
itai .!' ou> ol about

rough gOtngi and il || 11 I
1 t< .it tin
ii outei

helh
QH
pa
pi
tal
French officers said Hfti-t Uv
sweep that the guerilla taeti.
howad ihe necessity foi num.
-Hate deliveries of the lateM Am, i
iean equipment to make th"
French foreos in th<
f..stei and banet abls i
and mop up gmiill.. i
day'l f:uriliiiK -Rruter
While the ix-m-i
> sdlag bass to Ccanmumsi |
.oiiif chlnesi buslne m*
gone to Nauoasllsi I
KUi-upssuu. have gone to Auatrag
Hi dam und other plw
Hriti-n oftlnah seem of>r dl<
taeaaNl over me depa
thousand* of Chinesefor otn
.huig. the watei nspnl)
i np iiat -' I
REDS HOLD 31 ISLES
I ION': KONG, Jul) 21.
Pi king Had!
* '.rnmumsts had
occupied 31 islands off Pearl Rives
In Kwangtuni;
guring the past month Rruter
CHARGED WITH
KIDNAPPING
UONN. Jul) J
Amid an Uploai the West Oei-
man Parliament toda> lifted Hie
immunity ol th.- Communist lead-
11 Max Ratmann
Ol kidnapping with oi.iy tluco
Cornmunisl dissentients
Peimann is wan', i i,
lu prosecutor of Lowai
fur (nhipinng to kidnap Kurt
i Rahnann1 for-
> who fell out of favour al
' psart] md ippaarvd
March.
Siihaequently |tl |m
nounced in East Germany as
I spy" Reim...
,.< ,r ', .
saSSBBM
UeS.Govt May
liny (,ulaii
Re&etve Sugar
V \sillVi'h)N Jul) -n
>. till..... '-p,.l vl.lt I
i, uiautd in usuall) weli-
.....las '"
U .,, u, unrlad st-te-
, pi inning to buj
i,..I,- ,.t Cvbaa isi-r
., dials com-
sVcsaJj i
tad 'Nat the purposi
bold th>
,:t- || Ultl II
,. required
rsarvss foi the United
othoi i ounti V
. M0JNM
, i.en rm 'i reporl I
HrXOOO ''.ii "ii iii

Renter
Strikers
March To
Palaee
WAITING FOR IHE KING
iul) :
tonight bagai > marcl
n the Royal Palace ai
Drug*
,i i pi .on- Mlnlstei i'
i Um ct wd Spa
,i I,. Laoki Ws
stapold on his own .i.....
ippaai

, i
tri kid rank ..i Ins
lack hi Inn li I
< Inii'ti !
I >,,',,
.11
......
i '
I
Mo t of the crowd triad lo out-
...... polios whom the) out

n i making tm UM high iron r..ii-
I'ark
I \d had been tun
From pwrUameni n
rr a l--t' >
llu i sthuui .....
(uvteie. r| suhlfl 'or Kll
nld
h
thai II
preadlnr wave of anti l rnp, 1,1
tnki
A* IDtXfl I Lril PTeni i.
... ,
, ran
i | .
, refuse t.,
Krulri
'
'
htUa the Nortti k I
:, ....,..
'.
- ,
Hi'h Maatr) and i.hih- the
lo. I.
\lll II
araasa
Inol of
n-M
K
Hie
b o x e i aialnitl th<-
.....d Snulh Korean
ho .mil sti',1 everf
: I. u rial III Ihr tillt. Ii'-I
of i
thi
far
Before n a fronUI stUek
hv evesl hundred North
K .-, oi. ... sm.-hrri b Vrnrrl
an I MM I."in raavgS Imwllier.
I,,hh, ,1 slolls an hleh traleelnr
In i N.uiii K...r*n ir^.p- mee
lllg io "I mil*, in a*
1 Ma ten
South Korean
NortrtaUti
. .
Aii.it Hindu !* the ba-
it 't r k......o s art big-
Aiheii planes kaoekad
< tanks In
South Koreans In
i i, Hamchang area "i Um curvtai
rasu rat front
I Kors.....' ab
,..,!,i m lippn. I
reghnenl m Ins U s
I1 m.....i the
eaauaanaias n plans
... .
i i. .
Taking off on his return lo
Tokyo froi H mg visit
to thi- Korean front '' ' "
tetpoml
tnes that fa aaw hesn-
achet and nev "< i" bul wa
>'v< i man i onfldi nt at ultimate
.. Um i
supplies, lis. nates]
tuning a Slav ol oiia OOUM In
i .. .rthur ron-
.1 ., md Air Com-
. i .nt. upplles and
# On Page ?
I :
at niglit and mi
Nine ted.
Win n the Ri
1
!>. Ilonjj Kong
lin
MM ihi
British Ooverni
lleguiat tradara. Cbii
mslly living in Hong Koi.g si
< K rclative-
DUt I ...
On PUtS 7
[nviled lo lour
ViislraliaWilh NCC
DOM, Ju
have bo< i
,u traits and Mew
r .
. omlni |
PI
Re| Simp d
[Tevoi Mam
I

I
ii, Hollk (Wai
Wugr
(Kent iiibei
Len Hutton (Vorkshin1
.1
Reatei
Failed To Force Secret Session
>M Q| UU KAMI niMI.Ks distributed about the CK) In
the Sanitation Department in their Health ramnilen
IX1NDON. July 27
Opposition Leader Winston
i b] oTaty
<-i session
Of the Mouse of f'ommons De-
Votiog was 2M
nment and 295 for the
There were loud cheers and

margin was announceil Chui-
allv demande4 the vole
In Parliament's tra-
ditional manner Smiling broad-
public
galknias ss he addressed the
lathering
ha veteran statesman < >m-
i. Ihe statement
IWence MlnkasH Kmanuel
'il that Russia hi
on*
Bvei U
Ot 175 was use*) against us ir.
Western EUTOps
launch ovei B0 division
without SO) further n
tion".
Shmwell had slated that on.
third of these 175 divisions' were
or armoured.
Britain esj Russia
"Thst" said Churchill "li a
I .
figure with 40.000 Rusal
-huh had la-en estimated bv the
Of th. W;^
Committee of the A
" i -ntatives
n more
I gen-
eral slocks uf tanks
number
lion

we have seen how formidable
even a f rw score of tanks might
. .
.,...

real "' ssieraseus mass
a m any way
mastered. Nor for thst matter

im whjch could
ray of tht
' the outbreak of war
war come". Reater.
The Bakers
/aaV\^- First Choice
MAPLE LEAF'S
lit Hums I ifiitti of llu- II eajuj
FLOUR
EXCELLENT ^-SSSB > Lvsssssj- IN THE
MAKING OF
SALT BREAD.
a
FRESH STOCKS
NOW TO
HAND.
a
T. QsfsTHWfl GstANT LTD.Ageni


TACF TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY Jt'LY M. li
#iaZ/> CaUinq
LARKV HI ILH rliht anal hU I Wo |>*la Olvia < allriulrr and J*
Put Up Good Fight
T'SIK girls of the Harvard* Club
J of Tn ii it! ad. which is at
resent touring Antigua, beat the
Antigua Glrli* High School seven
pall to one and the girls of
team ten goals to three,
n two Net Ball matches recently
Although If can the scores H
m ild aaaa as If the TrtaMwflau
had an easy walk over. Cariu
iindcnunds thai th* Antigua girls
put up a good fight
Brother!
MH ANTHONY Q KERNAN-
DKS and his young daughter
arrived froni B.C. yesterday by
li.W LA. They expect to be here
fur about two weeks. Mr
Fernandez is a brother of Mr John
FernanOes and Mr. Joe Fernanda
of British Guiana
Remaining in Antigua
IT IS NOW known that Canon
Ycarbury will not be !' I
Antigua. He had accepted a parish
In Grenada and was expected '<
arrive in the Windwards this
month.
Canon Yearbury has been ITci-
ed a job of Secretarial work In
I'.nnrction with the Antigua
ph tlrammar School in addition
j-2i------1
piovtde* a controlled 'low *> '
Mil mouih. Invalid* ian drain i
irrlved from
inli -' I.....I in
B
( .nil Ilirrr ill.i .nil dumb Barbadian !<- who
Trinidad .Mf.U-rd*>. They are alU-iidlng the deaf and db
I r mill.ni and have romr htmr for the Inn. hollda>.
SltlC K K PAGE. D.S.O.
ulil. Mr. Commander.
Caribbean Area, and Mrs Page.
left Bark a at*
PEN QranlOa b> B.W.I.A. and they *_* der and Joseph Carter, th
will after .. i timdad. deaf and dumb Barbadian boys
Brig. Page grrlvad here about who arc attending the school for
three WCCks ago and It touring the deaf and dumb in Trinidad,
the Caribbean Area. returned
OoL R i Mlebattn, Opmmla- morning I
oionei ol Police. Major M. Skcwc- holiday
Cox and Major Frank Wal
From "High Tyme"
Reaulta!
,.T ARHY BUTLER, OIvi. Caller
work In St. George's Antigu
It is a great pleasure not mil>
the island as a whole to know that Swaiuee the BBC-
he has decided to remain there
Mrs. Yearbury and their daughter
Mary are at present In Grenada.
Hot But Healthy
VIENNA
Hot summer Hays may not be comfortable, but chunces are
tin y ire Imping you healthy.
Acccmiin!' t.. Miiwy by the University of Vienna Medical
School, many afflict ions are directly subject to the weather,
uwl changes in the weather.
Bpring Is by far the molt
dangerous season lor "catching*"
. ith Fall a close second
Summer ranks last.
Some of the findings released by
Ur Leopo'd Schoenbau-f., noted
taevM) Mirgeon*
Mental utwases lake their blg-
Fran Maich thiough May.
Springtime is also tops In th
x rate of suicides and capiUl
II. 11.4 Itadio .%>
(rirkeKommenlaries
HOUSEWIVES*
GLIDE
Prices in th* local market
for Large Tomatoes and
Cucumber* when the Adeo-
c*t e checked yesterday
i \rc;k roHAlOBI
3(1 cents per lb.
(iri'MHERb 8 rents per lb
Rupert and the Back-room Boy-T
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
mn. *v H1.Y ts. itaa
Jam T>" Ne*. I *0 ' *
Anal, '** '!> ! Trant !" "
1 SS a in Th* Ida* of I
a in From Um- Samaria h: S It j m
ruenrnin* r*arnd*. IS " r.mth-
ft /
4d j
H j hX
%^
-,: v r*
1 stBK
. MiiHin
:. a
i TT !
41 p m 0i>ll.ieti '
nssis. I v> "i The DebaW Conunun.
I IS p.m Radio HeniBl. I SO i> m
-.id. J p.m Th* Nrw> I It)
rm Horn* Nrwi Irum Brllairi. IIS
, n. Sport* Brvlr*. fa* p m II*i.
WooSi ProfTHtiMla Conc-rt. p m The
t>w 4 10 p m. Ttt* Dally SUrWr
I IS p in Ntf i-l -t if' Opera; IpB
Sandy Macpnvrwn at Uir Thralr* OrU"
" p n Itoaranun* Caiad*. 1 SO So"
Magaima. P " Trrnl 1*>>I C*i
.. p m Mon. Ditrr Quartal: S |. .
Ihr UI*j
MORNING WBOAMfCAMt*
FOR th* Weal InOias n.al.-rf^^h'.lTfn-n March m>oughi May.
.gainst YarfcatatN -i! Sh.meld and
lor tlial against Glamorgan
rimes.
,., which have UM "^ j bv lh. ,udd
heard c.ccpl (or lh. ToiU "''5 wcalh'cr It caua
ah.ee May. On each day of Ihew 'JTX^^t^-
I and Augu.I 5. 7 and 8 Ihe.c will |y (|| ,,., cueJ
be a running commenlary on the _. ( seasons rate hilh-
Venczucla yesterday ,,,,, hnn.hour bel. '
inurnlng by B.W.I A. after about ,rom g w to 8 30
Kamily Rcm.ininf Until
September
Ky|R. GEORGE EASDON return-
Kill rctur
lunch
and on each
itomach disorders, caused
over-excitement of certain
Bsrbaaos. ...^ntng lav there will be an addi- "* .he mucous membrane
aata ihrnr ___-________ -- - mil in i"1**" ___,._
were at Sejwell to see them ofl
will
Was at Cod ring ton College
REV AND MRS. 11. M. CARTY
.uriv.Li in n yaatardajr from
11 CJ. by B.W.I.A to apend two
weeks' holiday in Barbados.
Rev. Ct.rU who l* an Antiguan
did his traiolug for the ministry
at Codrlngton College and several
of his friends who studied with
him there wen- at the airport lu
meet him and his wife.
He la Rector of lluly Trinity
Church at Anna Itcgina on UM
Eatequlbo river bank, and In cade, CaUie
lx*en in British Guiana for live Elizabeth and Jacqueline I'arn
years. 'on left yesterday by II.WIA
MR. TBEvS^W, ,......I '......... '" '"'""'
Mr. and Mn T. Neville
Blades of "Woodslock". Snooiici:.
Hill has paaaed his tlrat exam foi
hit M.D. and will be enleriiik
Kings College. Londnn in October
this de-
ll.irb.mns yesterday two months' holiday
B.W I A for the long Mrs Easdon and their three ,;,, JomVVwnlarj-Irom 1045 to "("A^ ^^.ch walla.
, children are remaining on until mj,. These will be on 1.5 ^i-oenbauer Hid the Increased
II. > '.'.' -mS 'V. %iK2 September, suvin. ai-Sandhurst-. mMres. ., megac,cles with the J , ,pped.citi. c^ in
['Irtish*,* niiMh Lv Eric "J^SSi 00 a m. broadcast also goina out ,hr Sprl, ,l arc cauaed by
.W ii It'\c"p ,,y tnroSh T*' B"AT" " Arlcn," ",ml on 1HBS metres. 15 07 megacycles. " m,.,|
ehool I the caS of lu!n 1"" b"n "vln '" V""""- '"' For all malches. of course, there T0 survev ,.,d Spring
.' 1 ...( i
to iinow um I..irr> can speak
' I! .mn understand lip
M-idin,, I also saw him nigri his
name with firm hand while he
was passing through the airport
Home for the Long
Holidays
FIVE Cdrington High &hi.t
girls, Hedda Quemada. Billie
for the second course fi
gree.
Pasted Finals
MR. FREKF. CHI..
and Mrp. F F C
"Begun Lodge." St Mi. h
pasaeil Ids finals in cngim-erinK at
Lc.ughinnnn:h College In Lalcw
tcrshlre with the (lugllwi ol D.laC
Left Yesterday
Al.su returning to Venezuela
B.W 1 A was Mr. John Lee of the
M.i. Grands Oil Co.. In Vene-
zuela Hti wife and three chlld-
The Easdons are Americans
Vaoasuah
;. imI
To Venexuala Until
Monday
OFT lo Venezuela until Mi
were Dr. and Mrs J P
and their daughter Ruthlyn. and
Dr and Mrs. Henry Bockus
and their daughter Barbara
From Tremton New Jersey, they
have been holidaying on the St.
James coast at 'Mlramar' since the
beginning of July. They still hav
another month's holiday in th
with their Wesl Indies.
While they waited for their
'plane. Carlb heard them planning
visits to Tobago and Dominica
which they would do after their
return from Venezuela
<. ill still be the usual crleket report Fj|l| weather also influences UH
general resistance of the body
tiaklng it easier prey to contagious
disease* f ' tvpei
nl 7.15 p.m. at the start of th>
West Indies half-hour .and for
every day of these two matches
will also be
1.00 to I 30 p
commentaries
To Learn English
of Mr
CM) ol
haV
who live in Barbados
it th* .ni-irt to sta iiini nii
A RR1VING
^ yesterday
Intransit
llliS E B. JONF.S. i
Here For Few Days
MK K II. BARNARD, brollv
of the two Wejt Indian lurf- Curl.b> wh
arrived from St Lurisi yes- hpr .,.
terday afternoon
IK will '< lun- 1.
day* and
Hotel
UK .il
II W 1 A
alxtnl three
lie of Mr
S Jonas of Hooker Bros
i Qaotgatosni left
r w.i a for B.G
Mr. .lone- ,-irnvetl here from
England by the fiollito over the
eek-end. Mr Jones, she told
M Finland with
hi: sbOUt six
from Mar Unique
fternoon by
h.W.IA. were Mr and Mrs. Jean
Litae and their thirleeu-year-oht
son Yvon. Mr. and Mrs. Lil
ABOUT TURN!
NICE.
Sol Ix-tser, film producer who
for many years brought the world
ta Hollywood, is about to reverse
the process.
The new twisthe will shoot
then natural i M. liiivelv In Euiope.
Hi .w company. I'lin.ipnl
l'telures Corporation Interimtional,
v/ill produce 12 fllmn annually.
Lesser announcedlour each
Trance. Italy and Englund Head
, likes will be in Paris I NS
Finishing Process
: .ui ... i
Leaves To-day
MR. S. BRACKWELL. Dire
of th- Qe
..lo,;i,-
oil
from B.G. yestarday aftsrnooD by
BW.I.A. and are due to leave for
Antigua to-day Mi Hraeewcll Is
on an official vWl 10 Antigua,
Jam Mien and British Homtura* In
connection with Qeologlcal work
In those lslunds
On Long Leave
MRS. PECi'.V HUKPHRBY,
B.W.I.A Hostess ,ii,| M,
Maggie HasstLTa twin slstai
making her la&t flight yesterday
on the PC trvlee before shr
leaves for England and EUTOpa on
long leave. She expects to be
away for two months.
terday by t^ito* for about seven ween... (W
the long holidays and also for hrm
to learn English. They arc staying
with Mr. and Mrs, H. CJ flahot
at Worthing.
For the Beginning
Keeks ago. Barbados
fi J C T ui L VfISS AMEI-IA TEIXEIRA who
Grenada For Two Weeks JV1 arrived from BG yesterday
Olf la Orentda yesterday for afternoon by B.W.I.A. is on three
,i two-week visit were Mr. months* leave and is beginning
r and Ml B 'ward A. Benjamin her holiday in Barbados, stay in,;
,f Ihey left by IIWIA and are with Mr and Mrs. L llassel), ol
laylni at the Santa Maria Hotel. "Kingston". My Lord's Hill.
expeet to be here for one week but Finished' in two" 'countries, but
they are leaving their ton in Bar- In my case the Continental cul-
tivation was very lopsided. I
'ui go lo Paris; the plan being tha*.
I should attend lectures at the
Sorbonne. but this plan can't
been very carefully laid,
r>r the verv dnv after my arrl-
nl thai University closed for its
tion "
i ..it- Cynthia Asqalth. looking
bark tn the days of her girl-
hood In a BBC prog
THE FIRST AKM'O
COLOR PICTURE TO
COME TO BARBADOS
kan 7 in
7 W |
.iinounrM.
. Wwtraaei s is i
Mum's, in ii* ian asm
to Tfm, IM Bdllwk.1.. P
Thlfil Piunn-'iadc CoiK*r1i
!t. 10 IS P m lnl*rlai
m PuJTnay Poat Mid AHmJI.. Ilom lUda.
Read
Ex-Supt. FABIANS Story
lh.- UVF.W.\G* l(/rv
.. gblwH has iekl han. It iha tsap
**i a> ted My **' Jsarft '** "u*"1"*
SB ihcy ataruh nrehilly arwavl tha
ttm afW down tht fa at :ha mm
hash without finding ant haa afl
{ i ifi rftaiuM. T'k'i a* SJggi
-< w bMS)" *y Raps*-
TviMvcrindhan. Atd tb "
ii thai ht thinki wh I who
cawjhi him a. -ht Bat." b- -
" wU. fm too ta-ad aad bniistd o
at.'ca aa.v larss. VWl "T agata
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ROBINSONS
PATENT' BARLEY
maka. milk .c< alffaiuW. for baay Jt \
PATENT'CROATS TBVEc<
rnakas weaning a hapfy Urns tW bsay
and paethar
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AQUATIC (II II H\EMA {Memba.i Only)
MATINEES: TODAY and TOMORROW at 5 P.M
TONIGHT TO TI'ESDAY NIGHT at 8.30
JACK CARSON JA.NIH PAIGE DON DeFORE
and DORIS DAY
ROMANO! ON THE HIGH SEAS"
DAILV CBYPTOQUOTEHere'g how to work It:
AXVDl. BAAXR
te LONQFELLOW
One lattar aimplj alaaila for anolftar. In Una .nainpu! A la UHd
for the lhr. US, X for Iha two Oa, etc Slngla Ulttra. apoa.
trophlaa. lh. I.nglh and formation of th. worda ar all nlnll.
Each day th* code lellera arc dtfierent.
A Cryptogram QuoUlloa
at RIOR I oil! KUZ OTOC. I V
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THE HOWLING WASTE OF MIGHTY WATERS THOMSON
I aill'^n. -I isl< I
Try repenting aloud the fol-
iwing rapidly:
Obce Oliver, obstinately op-
posed opening old oyslera ogling
"grelsh ornng.oulanss orimnally
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BY THE WAY -By Beachcomber
IT Is very touching to nad ol ta )
the tribv on tht; Amazon which when
hides its bows and arrow* at llif
approach of u stranger.
i the old days thoy would haw
huve to iniport learns to pi:
Bbol him In .i Mondb iiiuificr. Enel.nid. and If the docker* rflu
.< it .. 1-i.v But a slight knowledge
ol the larger world has inade ttefn
suspect avarjl atrunger of sipjim
age. What II their accret weapon,
the bow and arrow, should beion.i-
known lo the Russian. American.
and European sclentlsls'' At this
very moment there may be ;i
plauatbla foreigner mingling with
tha local bow-makerx In ion"'
swamp, snd copying the blueprint.
for a long-range arrow of a new
typ#.
(IVI
lid them, we shall be in
quandary. They might go l>j.
quickly. There will also l>
iggling to deal with, and I can
u great fat trainer
ntf a capacious
Mum bitjumbit anil
Abracadabra
The Export t)rir*>
FOOTBALLERS, like many
articles, will soon be reserved Abracadabra.
T) avoid j
bttwswn
n endless argument
Mumboiumbo and
I have arranged for
I
iii-stu-rs A NEW Ltsr...
m
.MISSOI.IMS MKMOIKS 1U21M3
MAXIM QORKra l \Kr.QUITEI> LOTI"
-TRITH WILL OUT "by Charlillr llaldane
KROM KMPlKr. TO COMMONWKALTH"
"I'RINCIPLKS OF BRITISH IMPERIAL
GOVERNMENT"
HEAl SABREUR"by Wren
"IN FACE OF FEAR"by Michael Scol
All V4M A I I S I A I IO\ III V
STORE
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ml. and I foresee the day Ur Rhubarb and Professor 1'.
hole teams, neatly' packed, endo to explain their positions
ill be swung aboard for BogoU a .scries of brief and powcilu
other markets. Then we shall .-irllcles Pierre Tombalc
caosawome
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iste will then sum up It
must be remembered that the us*
of unintelligible term*
uhen writing on an unmtelligib
I ubjeet. and there can be no doul
as Drane says In hi' "Manual
manager the New Philosophies," that UI
bag and intelligibility Is Itself an
t. H WiloSa ool
7. Unprapartvl. (ti
II. DlarU (6) 13. wiaaa. (4,
IS- Pilfer. (SI U. Paablao 1*1
id. ir,r board latjari. iti
I nw to. <3l IB. Bk-MSar. SSS
wi. oid rr.
aX ITUnful condition, tm
J. H(-naM-1. l-axo ()
J. Tbrr oat at atcai
:S (lirrua frattur*. n. MiU iring one small Korean half- to those who dislike arhal U*
bach Hist! There are two plgim umlcrstand. Dr. Rhubarb w
l';l>unn forwards in his overcoat lead off with "The Post-Hegel
pockets Will they be detected
Concept of Classtncatli
Tail-pircr
ADMIRE the enterprise ol th-
house agent who advert!:
"Victorian house with genut
K)i/.iiieihan features."
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FRIDAY. JULY M. II
BARBADOS ADVOO.Tr
I'm.i Timri
Europe Has
Korean Jitters
KINGSBl'RY SMITH)
PARIS
I mi Europe'* political leaders and many of it* peopl.-
are becoming increasingly apprehensive about the pussi-
billtl that the Korean war might cause the United States
to slow up its plans to help rc-arm its European allies
* More nier than rwr to se* thc
< '< - n! urMftH 11 fegMgag BJgfCsl
Ritrk.-itlats Junior >1-m k intti.n It.im
3 Bishops
Accused Of
Imperialism
BUDAPEST. July 27.
Tin if Hungarian bishops were
rCCUMd today of serving the
cause of Imperialism, by trying
u prevent an agreement between
Ihe Communbl government and
the Roman Catholic church.
The charge was published in
.in editorial in Ihe official journal
.1 the Hungarian Workers' Party.
The three bishops were Jozet
Radalik. of Gyoma. Josef Peteri
en Vac, and Endre Hamvss of
Pecs
The editorial said thy had
Imum circulars Vo priests in
their Diocese warning them not
to join the movement recently In-
itiated by 3S priests and friars to
promote understanding between
t!ie Ctiurch and state
This movement last week an-
nounced i: had convoked a Na-
I -R.es* of clergymen lor
August 3 and appealed to the
Hungarian clargy to signify their
. Peoples Republic
presence at the Congress
Calling ihe thre0 Bishops "re-
actionaries' in in head to toe" the
i .pei sniil they had threatened
in who aUcml the Congress
. K> (iinniunication
m
American Trade
Unions Merge
WASHINGTON. July 2fl
America's two largest Trade
I'..on Federations, the American
Federation of Labour and the
Congnai "' Industrial Organlsa-
liOM haw made then first formal
agreement to work together in
Politics. Legislation, and Interna-
tional Policy.
A p e r in a n e n t A. F. L and
C.I.O. Unity Committee created
yesterday, will consider practical
machinery to settle Inter-Union
quarrels and to study proposals
for organic unity in the Ameri-
can Labour Movement it was
Committee also plan*
oi later to bring John L
United Mine Workers and
utside unions into its dis-
itrengthened. the European
members of the Atlantic Pact ar*
fearful that the American govern- '
ment may concentrate too mucn 1
attention on sending military
upplie* and reinforcements to !
Korea
Wetern Europeans are worried
over what they regard as the I
danger that Russia might be'
tempted
lake advantage if
rtca's distraction in the Far
East to occupy western Europe.
Thus. British Defense Minister
Shinwell recently expressed in th
House of Commons the hope that
the present preoccupation I
Korea "would not be allowed t
impair our vigilance in other
areas where our vital interests ore
Involved "
Shinwell was reflecting the view
of the western European leades
generally that Europe remains the
decisive area of the struggle be-
tween Russia and the western
powers
Red Adventures
Thi view is being emphasized
strongly in the British and Fren.n
DP Thus. the Economist.
London political weekly, warned
that "precious allied resources m
men and weapons are beta;!
drawn Into | *t Higgle who**
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'* id ^
s V y. ^^
fad* mil Set
l.p Cominform
In Peking
BOMBAY. .
A far Eash-t
will *h.irtly be set up in PttClB)
'to co-ordinal^'' the activities o*
all CommunlM iwrtios in Mag
PtdAc and - itneasi A i
leftwing Evening
Free Press bulletin h ported to-
day. "Such co-ordination ano
centralization" o I OaBUBUnlet
strategy was considered inavlta
1 ble by Chinese and Russian Com
munlstM since the outbreak 0<
Civil War in Korea, and the
tightening up of Am.i.can Policy
in the Southeast Asia countries,
the paper said
, A leading party n>embcr ir
Bombay stalest tli.ii \m
I if one Pacific count iv had
1 urged India's Communist laitd
i ers to follow new f
poHeCP, lag tree I'ress bulMr
added Rrulri
FEEL THE PAIN GO
JUST RUB IT AWAY
I
LEFT TO BIOHT
(Coachl; Mslor J E UnrHth*. Cap I C !
Evans Report
In Commons
1,500,000 NEEDED
FOR U.K. CATHEDRALS
COLD FISH
DUBLIN
Fishing on l-iugli Altai OH i
the largest lakes In Ireland. Brian
Keen.in of Drum sham bo. Count'
I , Inside the tlsh was a gold Cfgtca
'works ii*ls bat OMg in good "Hi
.iliUonI S S
KIDNEY)
TROUBLE
' Menihol.it urn relieves pain go
BtflBkr) that it teem almost Hk
magH. You OM feel its uotiag,
OCgUlraj tout h begin ai OOM lo ease
ihepajniulthroh. And u is so simple
to uw Memli.'laium '. Just rub il
where ihe p.nn is and the pain goes.
I ii.it is .ill >oj have lo do to bring
iclid ii.iiii llci.la.hc. Narve
Piuns, 1 aOncbe an.) x.lung Limbs,
t M some of this wonderful balm and
slop lhal pain right away. Make
-ute sou gel genui/ie Mcnlholalum'.
(Ask tor M1N-THO-LAY-TUM).
li
ith the
rag oatailad b> Mr
*jl IlitllK
strateci, i rnim the red * House of commons reeently
The
soone
other .
The
mean
real
announcement does not
that organic unity with a
i-rgcr of the A.F.L. and
the CXO is )ust around the cor-
ner Ilut for the Rrsl lime in the
Wig history of their rivalry A.F
and C.l-O. top commands have
pro.l.rimed to the country and to
M their unionists that they will
work together Reuter.
E. Germany Wants
Trade Agreement
CtRIJN. July 21
An F-ast German Government
c..-legation let! Berlin by air to-
day lor Peking to negotiate the
first trade agreement between
Common st China and he East
German Republic.
The F>a*t German Planning
Ittnlatar, Heinrich Bau said the
delegation was to take up econo-
n'ir relations with China "in the
name of the whole of Germany '
The East German Deputy Pre-
D ler, Walter Ull.right recently
iiinoumed trie formation of an
E..st German merchant fleet.
which would mainly serve for me
.ivrhanne of goods with China.
Reaitssr.
C./.O. RELEASES
SIMION DENNIS
iralr OM
.Ifrl.iJ..------- _
KINGSTON. .Inn.ii*. July 27.
Kinn.:. i'i Central Investigation
Departmcnl was forced m reledie
Sinnon Dennis yesterday He ww
mated several weeks ago in
connection with the murder of the
aged Bodden couple in the St
Andrew Hills in Mav.
A man hunt is now on for the
perpetrators of a crime which ha*
shocked Jamaica The Boddrns
rtal 10 house burnt.
entres gi Wgcgat and iiauger
tami 8 m
"II." The BcOncmlM .unli'd. the
; : brings the Korean episode to a
ggtieflj >"*< successful end. tden.
leariv. political naceaait] and
miiiurs advantage- will itave
gone hand in hand. Rot it tho
Keren campaign ** l"t or bogg
down in a long*dnwn struggle,
the commilme.it-, o| a large part
of the free nations' military re-
serves to one particular spot might
positiv. Iv invite Commuiii-!
adventures in other areas."
There are growing UtdieaUoM
that events In RorM have taadad
lo cause the spirit of defeatism in
west Euro|e U> mount
This Is privately admitted by
tap level western tavoggMsl
liploiuat-
when President Truman firs:
ordered American armed inter-
vention in Korea, there was a feel-
Ing of relief and gratification
among the western European
generally. Il wa* felt that the
TJnited States was -serving nolitv
on Moscow that Communism
could not pick off one country
aficr another milltarlb ^s the
Nazis had done at the beginning
of the second World War
Kriylilcncrt
It was also assumed that the
mere presence of American
armed forces in action would hv.>
such a tremendous psychological
'effect on Ihe north Korean soldier.
that thty would turn tail and
, run
When tins failed (o happen an!
especially sman (he American
lorces did rot produce ipiraculo s
'secret weapons that would strike
terror Into the hearts of the Com-
munist forces, trie western Euro-
pean* became frigniened
'1 he masse- wwre inclined t >
overlook the problem of Ingistii.s
involve I in niuunlmi a powerful
military oifeiisivr so far from
America's tource& of supply.
They had rend In their news-
papers statements attributed t-i
high American defense officials
expressing confidence that
America's new secret weapons
would be capable of breaking up
a Soviet attack against western
Europe
America's apparent inability ti
stop the North Korean oflensivi
quickly revived fears that It WOUU
prove Impossible to prevent
Soviet occupation of western
E Tope if Russia suddenly
attacked
These fears have been intensified
bv growing concern that the
Vented States may not now be able
or disposed to deliver the promised
military equipment to help re-ar
western Europe
In order to off-set this fear and
defeatism. western Eurn|>eae
political leaders. like former
French Premier Paul Reyiuud. sr
urging that the United Slates send
several (hvHions U) Europe as
warning t i Russia, I.S.S
11. ...M
A contract has been placed foi
he aerial photography of l,8Uu
squan' miles in britisn Guiana
including the area which, owing to
bad weather, was not fui.j o.m
ed last year The photugiapt,>
due lo i-eg.i, shorth I:
ully completed (this Mill depena
m the weather). It will analbh
topugraptiK* maps of the ares t>
prepared. Such maps art
essential for the study, among
ether things, of hydro-electn.
veloprnent pogalblUUM
Agricultural Development
A Inrther reconnaissance soil
survey of the Potaro area wat
carried out by a soil sciriit it
from the Gold Coast last February
His interim report is not favour-
able to cocoa production. In view
the policy of agricultural
development in the interior lb
being reconsidered by the Giv-
ernor. It is probable that a serin
pa rate trial plot- will bt
established Inatead of a centra.
.station as had been contemplated
The officer appointed to taki
harge of agricultural research ii
he interior has arrived in Uu
Colony and is now selecting site
for the proposed trial plots In th*
Potaro-alaiuruni area. It is hopec
that his investigations will enabk
comprehensive scheme of devel-
opment lo be prepared.
Kice
Tlic report of the America!
experts on the mechanisation anr
reorganisation of trie rice industry
has been received and is beinf
studied.
Bananas
The local soil survey which ha:
been completed shows lhal th.
area <>n the east Imnk of th-
Lowtr Essequibo Is favourable foi
canana cultivation. The Govern
ment of British Guiana arc col-
laborating Wilh two coinmircia
firms in carrying out experiments
to determine the prospects
banana production on a conn
ctal scale. The preparatior
and has begun.
Timber
in January last, Ihe Colonial
Development Corporation an-
nounced their intention of
barking on large scale development
of timber in the Bartica triaiigti
on the lines suggested by tin
Evans Commission in addition t<
ihcir existing commitments in tin
Colony, and to erect . bug)
i.'idern sawmill capable of deal
ing with -to -:,o.wiu tons of logs
a year It may be two years bcfor<
this mill Is fti operation, as much
of the machinery requised is <
very short supply.
Communications
A survey of the flrat 25 mile*
of the road southward from Bar-
"ica has now been completed and
he engineer's report is expectw.
shortly
The engineer who reported oi.
the possibilities of dredging 1h<
Essequibo Bar advised that
let si led survey costing
E25.00O would be required befo'
dredging could be undertak
LONDON
Britain's ciUndrali confront minorities with total
u p.,ii bill ol appioxinutcly K, < 500,000 is-i 04J0O).
York Minister had a luur-ton fall of Its towers in itH8. Th, .., ., ;,
(or 1:250.000and fxpecls to y.<-\ Li
-< The spire of Ballihm i Cathedral,
talleal In Bi ' tin. I II Id
Splints. The top is i;i ;i d.111.1
ous condition and 3u,ihi will w
i- rtpao Tin-
chapter have appealed for CHMI.uOO
for general restoralion
Canterbury H one fortunate An appeal limit r
1300,000 raised in 194*. has
PAA To Fly
Far East Airlift
Follow n
a pattern wind
earned It a World War II com-
mendaticn from P/es.dent Harry
S. Truman of the Unitci ItatM
Pan Amcncun World Airways Is
Contributing Clipper planes and
crc v.s to speed men and suppue-.
to the embattled Far Eaat
At the request of the US
Department of Defense, 1'AA is
aasembling a fleet of 27 airplanes.
Including 10 of Its own (Upper,
alreadv in service, for use in a
special airlift to the Orient from
hoses on the V S
Seven U S domcgttc and mUT-
natinnal airlines are contributing
the remaining I? planes Pan
American, as prime contractor to
the U.S. AJr Force, is handling
the subcontracting of planes from
the ether lines.
Pan American officials said the
livvrsion oi Clippers to the special
.ii lift mission will not result In
iiriailmenl of services m Lntln
America.
The airline has also inviled 144
Clipper pilot* furlouglied last
New Year's Day to return to w
and aid In PAA's all-out effort to
meet the needs of the present
i FOUl complete crews have
wen assigned to each Clipper on
ihe special airlift to assure maxi-
mum utilization of the aucriift
A number of Pan Aierioosl
vetiian pilots, many of them with
lwo decades or more of service
with PAA, have ^voluntc-n.i t-
fly the airlift and arc already
winging in and out of west coast
r saw
Heading the PAA contingent i'
Capt Basil L. Rowe. believed to
have logged more tying hours tl
any pitot in 1ho world
Now 54, Howe has ocen Hying
for M years, 22 of them willi Pa
American. He Is credited with
30.405 hours in the air and has
covered approximately 3,650,(KHi
miles without an accident.
Already a veteran pilot when h
joined the pioneering Pan Ameri-
can Airways company in 1828.
PAA's No. 1 pilot msdr mam
the trail-blazing nights in
Caribbean and South America in
the late 1920s and early 1930V
Military flights are an old story
to Rowe This will bv his third
tting at them.
He served as an Instructor for
the U.S Army's infant air for.,
in World War I In World War II.
he was selected to make the first
Might across the South Atlantic to
Africa for PAA's special Africa-
about Orient Division, which ferried
men and supplies to the Far East
'foi the Allies.
Here'i a medicine made
ipgcifiy for It
If you auftpeit (hat Ihcr*
Miinrthaig wioii,. with yoni
kidneys it groaiaJly mi-ans lhal
they I"-! a eortwtivr inrdtiinr
Ni-glntrd kidneys giv* rise a
varraas dislicssuig svniptotns
i-.'. as backache. ... n..v .
psins, lumbsgo, soatics, buvdd< i
disoidem snth scalding ..-..i
buimne. The trouble tarts whfn
lif kidnrys grow sluggiih and
fsil to perform theu iiatur.il
funruon of helping to Alter away
harm fill 11 up in it us from
**"
'light contribu'.iona
pari f trie urorid Canada and
A 'r.i.i have an arfaagMd
national contributions fund for
tli. cathedral and Canterbui > ha-
about 6.000 suhsenber* m other
unlries
Mr, Lichiir-ld, Win-
>"' ' i m Piafa .oi.- many
Others add to the general cost of
restoration The bells of Wor-
eeatei Cathedral were llanoad ia ' ute until i
nrj M-ton pinnacles atop tho]
bell tower arc made --.l.
All the danger is not c plrei and
larioratioa a
deeoraUve gargoylos. tlnlsls.
orbeu and b> aai kfon
n Iron i up
pori an u h have corroded Ihrough
lue I tmj
Durini the Victorian Bra the,"
siijiports were r "i>-.n -1 wilh imn.
lead and copper Today's rc-
fttorei- will use guiunetal and
bngne
A further problem is the la. k
ol sklUad workers. Rm *orl
must be done under (In
of men who thoroughly under-
stand Km gaggoni
ago and I hen*
are on Iheir gray t.\ .. il. il
ara left will have ^ work wlta
UM I:, |p ol || |
... ti, v rori
He-in' i d I la in.:, rials and
uagc* pngtM .....ilh.r
At one time the ct.inated re-
I i astarburyt ..igan
waa cr.,000 It ,, now H4.320
Some of the clergy bav taken
salary cuts to help the appeal
funds. tc.r.i
nUI mgmm to tioin...
o j uuung D Witt
They
till w
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Hills
ii.n < t.v on
nut you will eery
.(in- kly Irel UV ,. -I they
nr douig. TryuVmlor
your Uouble. Go lo
cacmiM and
s supply
nl..y
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GUAftANTIE
D- Witt's Pilh
hetfrtea, tnamifactirred under stnedy bygenic
conditioos sad the ingrvdlcnta coo-
(oiin to ngtd stanaaids of punty.
The Weather
TODAY;
.Sun Rises: 5.31 a.m.
sun Beta: RZ? p.m.
HUli Water: 1.&3 p.m.
Mean (Full* ?*th
ilsl I.KDAV
Rainfall it'odrlnslonl
.04 in*.
Total for Batata In \
aaVl 2.22 ins.
Trmperalurr:
(Max.) 7.a p.
Temperature
iMIn.) 75.0 r.
V\ind Vrloelt>
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pioved thai, il' yun keep your ikin < lea used by
Faunolive'i Iteautitymg olive oil lather, you .oil .
KEEP THAT SCHOOLCIKl. COMPLEXION


PACE FOUR
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IT is us well ihat tha Cominteloiwi of
Police who is responsible lor the carrying
out of traffic regulations should call public
attention to an essential ingredient in the
maintenance of order and safety on the
roads. Proper "Road Manners" must be
observed by ever}' individual and every
section of the public.
It will come as a surprise to many people
tn learn that, in this island, a greater
number of accidents are caused by bad
manners than by reckless or dangerous
driving. The record of traffic oHcnces seems
to indicate that whilst the vigilance of the
Police and the seventy of thus imposed by
the Courts have combined to act as a deli i
rent to reckless and oajalaai notorMi and
cyclists, the ill mannered folk who use the
highway in one way or another cause great
annoyance and inconvenience to others.
It is seldom that their offences bring them
within the pale of the law.
This lack of proper "K'>a which there have been complaints in the
Press, has been emphasised by the intro-
duction of the new traffic regulations.
Whereas in the past it was easy to blame
the policeman on duty for failing to stop
or call on a vehicle, or to warn pedestrians
of an approaching car around the corner,
the new regulations call on motorist and
pedestrian alike to exercise not only care
and caution in the interest of their own
safety, but to show some consideration for
others.
The cyclist or the motorist who runs
down pedestrians in Ihe street crossing, or
the pedestrian who refuses to give way to
an on-coming vehicle exhibits extremely
bad manners. So does the rnntmisi, hurry-
ing for no special reason, who "cuts in"
when there is a stationary or sl6w moving
vehicle ahead of him and one already enter-
ing the passage.
The ordinary courtesies of everyday life
should indicate to people that there are
others who are entitled to some considera-
tion. There are, regretfully enough, many
people who still delude themselves that
they are entitled to exercise rights and
enjoy privileges which are denied to others
fn the use of the road There are also
pedestrians who believe that the only way
by which they can attract attention or
assert their civic rights is to behave un-
reasonably or disagreeably on the street
It is to them that Colonel Michelin's talk
is intended to bring home the absolute
necessity for proper behaviour on the roads.
Hurricane Warnings
THE Hurricane Relief Committee should
be congratulated on their attempt to rectify
many of the errors which appeared in the
Handbook of 1949 in order that the general
public can be aware of their duty in case
of any hurricane or other tropical dis-
turbance.
The section dealing with warnings from
outside Barbados has been changed and all
warnings, except those from ships at sea.
to the Harbour and Shipping Master will
be sent to the Director of Agriculture. The
number of stations for local warnings has
been reduced and uie set out clearly.
It is now possible, for every person to
understand what ha of she is required to do
in an emergency. And this is more than
could be said for the 1949 Handbook.
The amendments are not intended to
raise any undue alarm but to inform the
public as clearly as possible, what is likely
to be done and what is necessary to afford
the maximum of protection to the general
public in the event of a hurricane. In this
way it is hoped to avoid the disasters of
last year.
OI II III AIM IIS KAY:
The New
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By MAKOIM JOHNSON
I.N.S. (SUIT CTepoo>nl)
The South today tt under -
joins pj>> has put .twajr its crinoline and
old lice and now. in modem dress
and with new concept!, n look-
ing to the future instead of the
ML
This changing South waa en-
viMOi^d more than sixty yean
jgo by lion) W. Gcady, tha
distinguished post-civil war
editor of the Atlanta Const ttu-
,ion In a (amous speech, de-
g-Mfad in New York. Grady
poke eloquently of "the new
south Southern school boy* of
generation ago knew ihul i.peeeh
by heart. It began
"There wa- i> South of slavery
and secession That South is
deed There is a South of union
aid freedom That South, thank
ori. ia living, breathing, grow-
ng every hour."
That "New South" at last, in
50, is becoming a reality, a
.ream fulfilled It is a South
f continuing change, of notable
rogress. of goals yet to be- at-
ained
These are dominant impressions
.mini aflajT long tour of the
kmlh. visiting key cities and
ural areas in seven deep South
'.ill'.' Georgia. North and South
Carolina, Alabama. Mississippi.
_ As a Southerner rediscovering
0M South, I found evidence of
hange on all levels, affecting all
phases of life Measured by tha
iouth 1 knew twent>-flve year*
ago, this changing South Is
stimulating, at times almost un-
recogniiable
In an effort to obtain all shades
of opinion. I talked with editors,
ministers, businessmen. Indus*
IrUUtti public iiftii'-i-. polltl-
linns, fellow reporters, educators.
I- tnd aibouitri i talked
with raprwNOtgUTM of both the
white and negro races They all
reflected, in varying degrees,
this *j>int nf change
The changes have not been
;iohievr-i overnight They have
b*T. m prugres: for years, but
at a greatly accelerated rate m
the last tan years, especially
since World War II.
I been brought about
by a combination of factors: eco-
Mnk davaltHjsfl (-jiu. increased
industrialization, the disappear -
MM of cotton M a one crop eco-
nomy, advances in education and
scientific dlver-ifii-d farming
The South waa once a land of
bitterness. defeatism. despair.
Today It Is a land of hope con-
fidence, enthusiasm. That is tne
spirit of this new. changing
South.
The twin evil* of poverty and
Ignorance gradually are being
conquered. The South'* cities are
growing. There is increasing
prosperity.
With the development of a
healthier economy, raising the
economic level of all the j-"-
ple. so. In ratio are tensions be-
ing Nwd, including racial ten-
sions
But of aLL-the changes taking
place, perhaps the most impor-
tant is a psychological change.
The modem Sc nth Is willing, at
long last, to for :et the Civil War
and the tr ; c reconstruction
era Rabid sectional lain seems
to be on the vans.
The South t t-day rttnembers
and respects 1L. traditions, but no
longer Is a sIbm- to them. The
Confederate flat, still is display-
ed in Southern titles, but witn
this important difference: the
flag is now a decoration, a relic
of the past, not a fetish.
Southerners are facing their
problems realistically, and earn-
estly trying to solve them. They
are facing them honestly and
with critical self appraisal.
They are proud and sensitive
Ad they still resent what they
consider unjustified criticism
They feel that the South has
been at times the target of a
malicious campaign of misrepre-
sentation .
On the other hand. I found
them willing to discuss the
South's problems frankly. They
are keenly aware of shortcomings.
They realize that there Is much
yet to be done, (hat the South
still is lagging behind the rest
Of the nation But they are
eager to tell their story the
South's story.
On the South's sensitivity.
Hufuid Yerger. B youthful bank-
er of Hattlnesburg. Miss, said
"Undoubtedly we are suffering
from a mas.* inferiority complex.
I guess we are thin-skinned. God
knows, we art not perfect. But
remember the South has been
flat on its back since the Civil
War. And It has seemed that
we'd be kicked down again <-v<*i>
time we tried '
Speaking as a '^ervative but
thoughful POutM-rncr. anxious
ior the South'* progress, economi-
cally, socially a"d politically
Yerger said:
All we at* is for one chance
to continue to work out our own
salvation W are trying and
we are making progress, but wc
feel wo have the i iRht to handle
am "* n Matfl .""l solve them
without .mtsKi.
Kalph McGiU. preseni <'
the Atlanta Constitution, and a
forceful spohtsman for liberalism
In the South, said:
For the first time since the
Civil War. the South has torn*
capital of its own and ci
light ahead. It is surer of the
i-oad. There is a ferment of
change, enthusiasm, hope and de-
termination!
Dr. John Ivey of Atlanta,
director of the Board of Control
for Southern Regional Educa-
tfOB, stressed the ps>chological
factor in the changing South,
saying:
*A major driving force Is the
new concept that our problems
are not Just regional ones. We
feel they are In common with
most of thf problems facing
Western civih/.itton Our Job la
lo deal more r-'-iUslically
our needs and devise practical
ways of Improving BOCfal nftlH
"In 1950." Ivey continued, "you
have a generation that has
grown up. So we have a racial .
problem or n problem In toll'
erosion? Our attitude is 'OK.'
let's do something about It.' '
"The personal omotions sur- ,
rounding the Civil war period
turn lan:-lv li.^appeared. To our
generation, fur example, the
daughters of the Confederacy
seem rather quainl. like having
a spinning wheel in your draw-
ing room."
Ivey's associate, W. J. Mc
Glothin, spoke in the same vein.
He said:
"The generbl tenor in lh.- South
is a more objective approach to
its problems. In 1935 thr South*!*
swessssji of the national income
was about 40 per cent. Now It's
risen to an average of about 6&
per cent. That Is the success story,
one correspond in k to increased
industrialization.
"This has created in the South
a feeling that It Is going places
something we have not had since
IMS. I-imlts >' the advance are
net oven envl koned yet."
M.GIothin Bald Ihat the South's
"emotional Identity is now being
used as a tool for advancement
rather than us an escape from
the present."
I.N.S.
Health Fiasco
II. John I -ims.il
LONDON
TWENTY THOUSAND lmily doctors
have sent an ultimatum to Health Minister
Aneurin Bevan threatening to quit the British
Naticpiul BtarUl Service unleas he raisea
their pay.
At the annual meeting ul tha pOfajrlul
British Medical Association 400 delegates
representing the doctors endorsed a resulu-
tion.
It protested against "repeated hold-ups and
prolonged delays" in negotiations over
general practitioners' pay and called for "im-
mediate preparations for termination of
contracts."
HOW TO WHITE A SONG
By VIRGINIA (.IIAII.Vtl
J hullr a Ufttr rummer house
That I'd been dreaming of
IVtlh roses m rhe Harden,
/ planJed there lor lowe.
7'haf tilicTi (he sun was shlnlrbp
down
Your heart should be at r*Mt
With only blooming roses
Because you love then beat.
MH DOUGLAS FUMIER. who
geon into verse to make, first and
foremost, another list consisting of
words which they will try desper-
ately hard net lo use.
They must then, before any-
thing else happens, try to find a
title- for the song they have not
written. This Is very important.
Publishers, it seems, will not
ven squint through their eye-
EiKht different medical divisions introduced
motions for a "more-pay-or-we-quit" ulti-
matum to Bevan.
Although Bevan was blamed for the situa-
tion, the conference declared its readiness
to co-operate with the authorities in building
up "an efficient and smooth-working" health
service.
There were cheers when Dr. S. Wand,
chairman of the General Medical Services
Committee, commented on the decision:
"That does not mean that we will stop
being doctors or stop giving attention to our
latients It means that we terminate our
contracts with the Ministry."
One doctor in five, he said, was wrnlm
only $1,960 a year, 36 per cent received under
$2,800 a year, and their share of the annual
cost for each patient in the service was about
2J cents, a week"the price of a cigarette and
a match lo light it with. He added:
"We have no desire to make things difficult
for any political party. Our purpose La
simpleto get a fair deal for practitioners "
Dr. R. Hale White protested that doctors
had been "frustrated by cavalier treatment"
in discussions with Bevan.
Delegates were unanimous in their demands
for immediate reforms in the health service,
which was described as "the most costly and
complete fiasco our social history has ever
seen."I.N.S.
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BEt KVUIII STORES
wrote the lyrics for The Bells of Ushes at a lyric If it has a boring
St Mary's. The Lambeth Walk and title In fact, one cannot help
The Hies Crawled Up The Win- feeling on reading Mr Furbera
dow tu name but three of his hints, that publishers are singu-
manlfold successesdoes not think larly unasuite in many ways,
that the lines quoted above make Nat only do they have to Tea
a very good lyric. I cannot believe pandered lo with catchy titles,
(hal anyone (except the man who but often, when they are offered
wrote the line*) will disagree them, they fail to recognise them
with him. at such. These Foolish Thing*
Wearied, perhaps, by the arrival were repudiated time and again,
of hundreds of similar efforts in, arid heaven knows it was, in die
his letterbox, or simply maybe be. days before "catalogue" song*
cause he is a kindly man. Mr became Hie vogue, a novelty
Furber has now written a book- number
let about the lyric-writers' craft From the romantic to the
railed Surely You Can Write- A yo-ho-ho Mr. Furber delves Into
(Aschcrberg, Hopwood anil the lyric suitable for the baritone,
Crew, 2s fld > for the Peter Oawson or Stanley
Mi
Talent first . .
Furber gives a great deal
Holloway; and here we have got
o be more original than ever
Make It New
The Jolly jack tarand, though
Furber docs not mention them, tha
itoker on the 5.15 to Crewe. tha
captain off to sea and the fair
ladyc have been boomed about
rhvma rrom ever> concert platform in
'he country.
So for eardrums" sake, says Mr.
i-ommetidable advice* a lo* '
which applies equally to plumb-
ing or stenography; work, prac-
tice, courago in the face of dis-
appointment, a study of the
masters and dogged detcrmlnati
But before trying t
'homo" with "alone," a man
do- no, mate l.'c.e.r now tt. 11*^*^*';..'..^
few who have talent can persuade
thinking, but I've got no furthei
ihe millions who have not to giva * ""*dJr ^J,u
R p and go bUck-berrylng. * JSTsSL ,. **? y
He himself touted songs around $?** R*SL52j S _,^
for ages before he had one *; } JPg?.f *&. .
.^r-n<.ii Where I think this umlable *nd
accepiea confiding booklet falls is in Mr
Mr. Furocr harps, very rightly, Furber** disregard for the modern
on the need for new theme*. Idiom The lyrics he instances,
Roses he cares for not nt all. and "'" had, some better, are all
tha moon and the stars he finds of the ballad variety, whereas Um
equally tedious lyricist of today, unless he dcfln-
To help thone who are obsessed "ely set* out to write ballads, is
with nightingales ho give* a neat '"ore likely to need tuition In the
list of other fauna, *uch as tha B**J M* Daddy Eight To A Bur
thrush, the linnet and the snow- *W (I know .hat'* an old tune,
bird- not. 1 'hould havc thought, hm so am I old )
very easy rhymers?and h* No Guidance
advises those determined to bur- Neither ihe sophisticated 'point"
song favoured in revues, nor th
swing number, nor even the musi-
cal comedy song so admirably
penned by Mr Furber himself are
covered. Although he makes an
issue, and rightly so. of emphasis-
ing the difference between a poet
and a lyric writer, his booklet
neenis mere dedicated to tha
former.
Me also gives no guidance aboufc
whether it is more expedient and
profitable to trap a composer first
or to write a lyric to one's own
mental tune. The latter mode
surely confines the composer when
at last lie appear* upon the scene
Thounh I hate to say it, coming
as 1 do from a lyrical family, in
all cases save the patter and the
point song it jr* the music which
.unit-
There it no reason why a lyri*
should not be as good as It can
be, but if a word or note must
go, surely the word must be>
sacrificed?
Depressed? No
Furber leave* romposers out of
the proceedings altogether, and
possibly he is right In doing so,
teeing that they are inlinitely
more rare than writers. The law of
averages does not allow for
more than a small percentage
of the latter meeting the former.
Many lads have pencils; few
H So here are hope and encour-
agement for budding song writ>
and may they never pause from
their labours to note the hundred*
of abominable titles and the hun-
dreds of ghastly lyrics which are
published every year with con-
summate ease.
May they also forget that though
millions of people con hum a tune
only about a doien of them know
more than the first six words "You
in ins heart's delight . tl-ta-
ti toh. tl-ta U-turn ."
I.>in-writi-i: don't in* depress-
ed The thing Is to get IN Once
yOUiM IN irotl -.in rlivme 'love'
With "or1 Old nobody will care
1'ulll then juat be carefulor. of
coursa, marry a publisher's daugh-
ter LB S.
WsrM t apyrjtht KeaerTed
FIGHTING DOCTORS
OTTAWA, Canada.
Top medical and dental officials of Canada,
the United States and Britain are meetinK
shortly to discuss such problems as how to
keep soldiers and sailors fighting and surviv-
ing in Arctic snows and Arctic seas.
The defence department here announced
that these are among the subjects to be dis-
cussed in Montreal at the sixth meeting of
more than 100 prominent military and civilian
medical and dental officials of the three coun-
tries. The meeting, first of its kind held
>utside the United States, will last from
July 10 to July 25.
Canada's defence minister Brooke Claxton.
who issued the invitations, will be repre-
sented by Dr. O. M. Solandt, director-general
of defence research and himself a medical
man.
The Canadian department said the object
of the meeting is to discuss field medical and
dental equipment for the services of the three
countries. Dr. R. L. Meiling, director of
medical services for the U.S. defence depart-
ment, will represent defence secretary Louis
Johnson of the United States.
The meeting will take up such subjects as
Arctic clothing at sea, medical equipment in
the Arctic. Arctic survival, pharmaceutical
supply units, field surgical units, field dental
units, field malaria and epidemic disease
control units, and field veterinary units.
Panels will also consider field radiographic
and laboratory work, and antiseptics.
Among those attending will be Maj.-Gen
Walter D. Love, chief of dental division, U.S.
army; Maj.-Gen. Geo. ft. Kannebeck. chief of
dental division. U.S. air force; Air Com-
modore G. A. Ballantyne, director of R.A.F
dental services; Col. C. E. Eccles of the British
war office, and surgeon commander E. James
royiil navy medical liaison officer in the U.S
-(C.P.)
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AlM Conaciou*
To the Editor, the Aduocate
31*^1 wu deliithu-d to see in
your issue of July 18 u letter
from Mis^ Nell Manning on the
subject of "" pr***ervation ot
trees. Urst because I agree whole-
heartedly with what -he say*.
and second because she belongs
to a well known Barbadian
family and I had begun to fear
Barbadians were not interested
In such things This I feared for
several reasons One, I have
noted the Intense joy with which
the Inhabitants of this island
seize upon any excuse to destroy
or mutilate a tree, 1 I
a whole tree cut down to reach
a bird's nest in i< l
, rare flowering tree mutilated
because Us brnr.rh.
a pathway and it meant taking
Iwo *teps out of the path to
pass by It. I have *<
lighted against the trunk of a
tine flamboyant by flshermei. \re
these Incidents due to cani'-
mm, laziness, stupidity, what
Second. I have heard educai-
Barbadians of the plantar cla
discussing two estates famous tor
their trees. "Very nice" they said,
if il wasn't for the trees."
I submit that in a tropical
climate there can never be too
many trees. One has only to go
as far as Antigua or ttst norm
end of Monu-eirat to see the re-
sult of deforestatum tha land H
. dusty dew-it When I read
Miss Manning's letter. I happen-
ed to have just flnulieii icadinn
"The Road to Survival" by the
An.tni.aii colonist, VOgt, where
the appalling consequence* to
houith .oid happiness caused by
the destruction of trees are set
out In drt.nl
Enlii/hii'iieif counfariag realise
this by now England has its
"Men of tree*" Society, which
with film*, exhibitions, publica-
tions. li'imn'\ enthusiasm, tries
to make peoph tt i
America has its "Arbor Day."
which name explains II
In France, where the sun Is
far less hot llian In Barbados,
thousands of miles ot road are
DO both sides with '.tees
which make a shade overhead for
h r The only places \
know of in Barbados wt
can llnd shade on a main road is
m a short stretch at Sand.v Lane
nnd at Cherry Tree Hill, and it
is doubtful If these trees were
deliberately planted for the sake
of the road.
A great deal of fuss Is made nt
this time of the year about hurri-
canes. It is almost certain that,
over the OeBtUTsN the destruc-
tion wrought on this Island by
the Barbadians lliemelves in the
way of the destruction of the
natural tree cover with It* con-
sequent effect on the soil and
the water supply is greater than
the destruction wrought b) hurri-
canes.
Aesthetically, of course, a*
Miss Manning suggests, the Re-
sults Air appalling Hut no one
minds much about that. Bridge-
town. lhoug"h now thn-e trnturics
old. is still an ugly town The
American colonies In New Eng-
land farther south had beautiful
buildings within fifty year* of
their founding Let us at least
steep sonic trees
SIDNEY CUNL1FFE-OWEN
Uttle Batatlys,
S! Peter.
July 25, 1M0.
I'm if ration
To Ihe Editor, the Advocate
SIB.-In yesterday's Sunday
Advocate one of your reader*
viggtvtcd thai Bridgeheads should
be established in British Guiana
uiul British Honduras to Intro-
duce execs* population fr^m
Barbados.
This is exactly the kind ot at-
titude that help* make IsMM
CountriM oppose emigration ironi
Barbados and the other over-
j-opulated islands of the Carib-
bean area. We look on these is-
lands as horrible example* o!
what can happen when popula-
tion reaches the saturate
n.id we definitely do nm waj I
to allow anything to happen like
this In our country Even now we
bava plenty of nm mpioymont H
B.O.. and icrtnlnly don*l
Vo add to their IroubL
couramng foreigner* from otter
places to come here.
As you know Barbados, hes a
laying "Barbados for tha Bar-
badian", which is perfectly : icht
and natural. Barbadians do not
make good settlers in other
countries as they are never
hhppy when away from their
homeland and in general the
t; lie that does go. or is sent, to
omer countries, are not good
workers as has been seen in many
places Barbadians should there-
fore decide that they must take
care of their own over-popula-
tion problem and not expect other
countries to solve it **or them. If
the) do tin, then nature will
eventually step into the picture.
ai It always does in such esses.
..iv's wan are not very
r'easant ones. Why not decide
that you have to face this snd
lUii doing something tbout it.
instead of lamenting that o*er
ti M just do not want your
overflow.
JOHN KLINE.
Ocoi-kiclown.
British Guiana.
July 24. 1950.
Paul WUUtU
To rhe Edlror. the Adtwatr
SIR.Yesterday Carlb offered
constructive criticism of the Paul
Wllkins s
M that Carib feels. In
common with lots of unfortunate
people in respect of local talent
shows, that only singing Is talent
and refers to Cedric Phillips
talent at the piano as being
wasted. I wonder what Arthur
Rubinstein. Duke Ellington and
our own Lionel Glttcrs would
aay to this.
Had Carib really Ustened t
the Paul Wilklns Snows be would
have heard, among other artistes.
Cedric singing in Popular Dunce
t*i. ! *.>. I Negro Spiritual and
'Bop* styles. He sang last Sun-
day night and it may be that
he (Cedric) is so overburdened
with talent that even an ardent
fan Ilka Carlb did not recognise
another Tarnation of It
The Paul Willdtki Show Is s
.-how of local talent bat It Is no*
n local talent show. Its enter-
tainment value, wtiatavar It !
is calculated not speculated, and
I feel that Carlb should listen
ctsm after,
first and give constructive eriti-
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FRIDAY. Jtl.Y 2*. 15
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TACK FIVE
R
Fishermen
Selling On
Black Market
FISHtKMIN m going back to
their old i. *^ of riling their
catches along the road at "black
market" prfcM These men retard
it a waste of ttaM earrjrtni ih-u
catchei tn the Public Market
where the\ will terra to di them
at the -eheduh- plica
During this time last >r..i l| *H
the name cr> and on that occa-
sion the Police were hard on their
heels, but still many managed to
evade lhc law. When these ven-
dors -see a Policeman they just
put the llsh back Into a bag and
tell customers to follow them to
a more secluded spot.
This fact was clearly brought
out by the small amount ot mack-
erel, cavalli. johns and jacks,
bonito and other seine fish as well
as pot fish. Including snapper.
which was brought into tin- mar-
ket during this month.
The Flying Fish season is end-
ing. For the last seven days only
50 pounds were brought into the
market
During the month of June fish-
ermen from 225 boat trips brought
a total amount of .18.288 pounds of
fish to the market. Of this 31.524
pounds wen- (lying ilsh and 2.307
shark.
The other amounts were 35
pounds of brem. 50 snapper. 1,113
dolphin. 106 king fish, 52S bill
fish. R32 albacore, 425 mackerel
and cavalli. 40 Johns and jacks,
220 bonito. 1.070 pounds of other
Varieties of seine Ash and 20
pounds of pot fish.
Fishermen from I3K boat trips
brought a total amount of 26,335
pounds Into the market so far for
this month. During the first two
weeks the flying fish catches were
reasonably good and totalled 23,581
pounds. The total so far for this
month includes 60 pounds of
snapper. 428 dolphin, 51 king
fish. 890 bill fish. 457 shark, 420
albacore 200 pounds of mixed
varieties of seine fish and 105
pounds of pot fish.
No bonito. mackerel, cavalli.
johns or jacks were brought into
tha market as yet this month but
n few people told the Advacale
yesterday that plenty of these
types were seen at various spots
along the highway.
IDING A BICYCLE without a
lighted lamp attached to
the front at night, not only en-
dangers the life of the pedestrian
but also that of the cyclist.
Records show that on previous
occasions cyclists tiding unllghted
bicycles have met their deaths
because they either ran into an
oncoming vehicle or collided with
guard wall on some highway.
Those facts do not seem
mean anything to cyclists because
yesterday four were charged with
riding unlighted bicycles. There
was aUo one charge for not stop-
ping at a Major Road and another
for driving without the appropri-
ate licence.
AFIRE of unknown origin
broke out at IliUaby, St.
Andrew at about 12.30 a.m. yes-
terday and completely destroyed a
boarded and shingled house 21
x 20 feet belonging to Lushington
Gill of the same address. The
damage is covered by insurance.
A quantity of furniture was alo
destroyed.
HAKCOIRT WILLIAMS of
Mason Hall Street reported
that his home was broken and
entered on Wednesday and a
quantity of furniture removed.
DIKING THE FLYING FISH
season a large quantity of
heads. Intestines and scales of fish
could be seen on the beach at
the rear of the Public Market but
this has now been replaced by a
quantity nf green moss which was
recently washed up on the beach
Also on this bench yesterday was
a large raft The raft broke away
from its mooring in the Careen-
age on Wednesday night and
drifted down to the market. Three
men were trying to refloat It.
A VARIED programme has been
nged for the fortnightly
concert at Hastings Rocks com-
mencing at 8 o'clock tonight. The
music from the current London
and New York Play "Finian'i
Rainbow" will be the feature of
I he programme.
The programme is as under:
I FTnh Millturv Marco
1.0RHA1NF. G*nrt
J Standard OvwHifr
Rl*V BI.AS Mmdrtwotv
3 Opr-tlic flelartion*
BOMB) AND JMJTT Oounnd
li.lrodi-lns "Bfeilractc" lnu*dic-
llon In Art I and Choni* Sons
"O Shrlur ' Knu\< [hii-l "
but lutli- lonsW Vl* Sons
and th W--1 4 Virnnnr ValM
AMOHTTTAN TANZF Cunf
5 Mutlcal PUy
MMN\ RAINBOW I.M
c TWo - i*i Ptm
.... BAIU COREADO
! I .. ..
: I'-...
THE DANCtMD VFAH* N..i*H<
a Tint. OmlmiWd on**
..mi n\CK TO WiMHCNTO
Don 7 Spread fmmfi
Disease I
FOR THE COMFORT OF YOUR
PETS .......USE
CAPTAIN HAISON .oik
The Concert BMg a but t
,i U the I'wller Hand x\ Busmbel. SI IVler in n Open Air Hand on. rrt riven there I
!.<*-. jrul the villager, n.inrd hrartil> in ilnglm eoMHuntly mmi*> al the m WidiK-.il.il nlchl.
Four Fined
For Traffic
Offences
Rmi waatat from 10 to r5
were yesterday imposed on four
people for committing traffic
,,!*. be -
William Tryhane of liagittelle.
St. Thomas, was fined f,5 when
he appeared before Magistrate
G. B. Griffith for exceeding the
speed limit along Bay Street
with the car T10 on Jul> 10
The i.ii was being driven at
31J in p.h while the limit for
thut area is 20 m.p h
A 10 line was also imposed
on Athelstan Inniss of Queen's
Street, who pleaded guilty of
exceeding the speed limit along
Ilav Street on June II, The speed
of the car was 29 nip h while
the limit is 20 m p h The case
was heard by Magistral- C 1.
Walwyn.
For failing to stop at the major
roads along Constitution and
Dayrells Roads. Alphin Walters
Of Baycroft Road and Downdge
Robinson of Charnocks were
ch ordered to pay 15/- and
2'- cost-, when Magistrate C L
Walwyn found them guilty of the
offences.
REMANDED
James Babb, a 35-year-old
carpenter of Bullens Alley. aIv
is charged with the murder of
Edna Grant, on July 20. was yes-
terday remanded until August 3
when the case was called up for
bwurfnj baton Magistral.- r, it
Griffith.
INDECENT LANGUAGE
Magistrate G B. Griffith yes-
irdav ordered John Redman of
Waterluill Land to pay 10/- tn 7
days for using indecent language
ilong Baxters Road on June 2
I further line of 30 was als
Imposed on Redman for assault-
ing Cpl. Skcele on the same date.
Both Sgt. Parris who prosecuted,
and Redman appealed against
the decision made by Magistrate
Griffith. Redman also has a large
number of convictions
| WIIF.WKIt YOU WAIJt
M.,.
. II .
Thi
You Can't Predict What
A Storm Will Do
Says Hurricane Handbook
The storm, squall or whatever il was that hit Burbadus on
hag convinced the Hurricane Relit*.
CommitUh' that the behaviour of such storms i-. not verj
predicUbli- Th^ hi itatod in a handbook issued by the
Conimillce containing eitstNVdmentg to the 194W Edition
" ~ The .imendment mentioned
abov* i- to I'.'ii in of the iwiB
Handbook, and is inserted ui ih<
!..i : n..- i ,
"Passage of the Storm It sa> .
"The geographical position U
"Barbados is such that storm.
"tlial originate In the area souir
"of latitude ION and batWCtl
Longitude *045W mi.y not hi
"properly formed by the time n
CHARGED WITH THEFT
Forty-llve-year-ofd George Mas-
ah. a carpenter of Thomas Gap.
yesterday appeared before Mag-
istrate HA. Talma on a charge
of the larceny of a quantity <>(
lumber which is vi'lueU {MM
and Is the property of Maude
Webb The offence was commit-
ted on July 2.
SUNDAY BUSINESS
fin IWh(keepers nj lined
40 each for opening their shops
On Sunday. June 25. Tln-y wajra
JuiaM Mnxwell, George Ail^yi.".
Louis Waldrond. Rufu.. Mt.ughn.
and Vernon Browne all .f St
Michael. The cases were i eard
rcforc Magistrate H. A. Talma,
while Cpl: Watson who i at-
tached to Eagle Hall Sub Station
prosecuted.
PRICED TOO HIGH
For selling bananas it a great-
er price than is scheduled, to
Inspector Crawford on May 29.
Hilda Small of Dun-combe. St
Thomas was fined 30. with 1/-
cost to be paid in 14 .!.>- <> n
default undergo one month's im-
prisonment when she appeared
before Magistral.- G H Griffith.
Open Day At
Bay Street
Boys" School
BAY STREET BOYS' SCHOOL
held Open Day Pnrenl
and the public generally were
able to aun tip it, short while
the .niivny of the pupils and
teachers throughout the year
Illustrations of life in Barbados.
of the island's in-ache*. country
landscapes and homes ranging
from the cave and hut days to
present day types of buildings.
were vivulh drawn on paper ami
on parts of the school walls with
v. ater colour painting*,
powder colours and inks
Bach class had its own type of
exhibit In the class room, but all
the rlasses seemed to have a
(irefeii'iu v foi p.i lit ini
maps of tin- i-Iand nowtd its
communlc.itinn*, and transporta-
tion, the most popular games
pi.i.Mu .mil trvdcavntti at work
Drawn at the side nf maxims and
poetry in simple printings the
r ilieir idea of accom-
panying pictures. In many cases
bringing out the real theme
Showing a wide scope of work
besides paintings, than an
mats, toy houses and furniture
The teachers pinned up corrected
test papers of the buys in the
various subjects to describe the
central branch or their school
rk. Included in that studious
tion were interesting
"A Birthday Party". "A Week in
the Country", "Making si< !
Hand1' and 'Flying Fish". In
'Making a Steel Band" the boy
told how his pals and he wen-
beaten for keeping noise, when
they were not too good at the art.
lint how the lure of music kept
them to it.
There were pretty picture
drawings on |>ost card* One
teacher told the Adrocat.- thai
some of the more skilful boys sell
post cards at Easier and Christ-
mas. He said that he himself
turned over $120 one season by
selling postcards.
Open Day was closed In the
evening after the boys recited and
sang songs The> gave good
performance of the "Forum Scene"
from Shakespeare's "Julius Cae-
sar Outatandinjj among his fel-
lows for his easy imitation
Hlooms From
i fellow.
> .it tiint has gono
Depart-
ment to the puhlic
The appeal is being made on
behalf ..1 the health of the public
and on the po*tei* on which ii
.
disease* n I (hiouK.i
hiatUng, > a w ii I n g. cougu-
mg and *m In Mni
thai one should refrain a* nui i
a* la humji.l- poMlbaB from in-
nulglng in the*- practices In
public
The appeal is |MAteil at places
Whan public attention nu> I a
I attracted and is one of the periodic
lefforu of the Sanitation Depart-
nietil to BfOUM I MM of hc.illii
ucia among the member*
0l the public.
Wba drawn in Iha attanuon of
!!; Ouei Sanitary tasVMcte) rta"
btrda) that some people do make
[use of the paiier that u
out of stoii-.s ini wrapping' uica'
;. Orfbasl ihis as ii very
biid practice whaBh could be ie-
sponsible for tlie spread ol OWsUO
AimtlK-i tiling thai caiuiot be lOO
i^iiK t of t..<- public, lie said, is the hand-
ling .f motor. Of course this WU
inevitable but at Un- same Urne it
i was ii great spreader of disease.
People should wash their hands
'reguUrly and eareclally before
eating and Uie throat ahouM hi
1 Karghil daily with a proper anti
eptic Thane precautionary
ihouU M taken b.
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I'lIMM I II I I-OUIM It Mild
I'l lll\ \ l\SM I KM I I It
H. JASON JONES A CO. LTD
Distributers
Shown in London ^ lid Dogs Oil
The Run
.....I.
Luek> old Sun. My I'Doinh Heart
10 Fli..or
WITH JOC'KKV TO THE IAIB
Tradh-->>
In Com "* moiilmr. <>l IH Rait I* of
Mliidr-i Irt Auluil ITSf Th* H-
lm*nl-l March i-t Thr KliiT" Own
Vorkahirr Llshl luf.ntrv
*-p^*F. WINI>>(HEFN and two
X uprights of the i:
m-2535. proptTt) f thg Progni
sive 'Bus Company, were damageu
In an accident along Road. Christ Church, recently.
The "bus was being driven by
Harold Mcrritt of Sweet Bottom.
St. George. Also involved WM
motor lorry X-223 owned b> Evor
ton Norri' nf Church Village. St
Philip.
TIIFni: WILL be a special
Men's Service at the St Joseph
Parish Church next Sunday night
at 8 o'clock.
THE POLICE BAND will lead
a group or SM
Barbados Cadet Corps when thc>
leave Combcrmere School today
for St. Ann> Fort where HM) will
camp.
The March will be from the
School to the Garrison
RESIDENT* of St. S> Ivans
Village -nd Chimborazo
were without water on Wednes-
day evening because a pipe lino
in that district broke The people.
from the Chimbora/
'pass over tho Island. Th-
-behaviour of such storm* is no
"so predictable, .is was cxpcnen<"<
in Ihe Hat ,1 August, 194. but
"in thest- early stages n out il I
"of separate disturbances may
"occur while they are in the pro-
>< : i- 1.!.-cii'...' ,:.,'i ,i : Ingl-
"storm.
"In such coses the passage a
the centra ma) ba I ardly noli"
"except for the signirlcant wind
"change*, but In the w;ike of II'
"centre there may lie severe railll
"and electric storms building up
"but the wind fore will not be
"particularly severe '
The Secretary of ti(l ii u .,
Board U due for some heavy worn
if a hurricane come Acconiuife
to another amandmeni among the
many listed in the new handbook
is one which rallaVw :he Architect
and Planning Officer from HaaV]
ii ;> and ,ii.in-, it on it"
n-in^ Board's Secretary
Warnings
ling to the new book,
arnlngs tecelM-d mi Idc
from outside sources nil <
Ufeetor oi Agniuitm.
the ease of warnings b> wlretaai
from ships at sea which will be
addressed to tha HafhOUl gflO
Shipping Mi ti i
L'nuei the amendments, re-
sponsibility for informing lhc
IwbOUI and Shipping Muiir. th*
Commissioner of Police,
Colonial Secretary and the intelli-
gence oillcer of a warning re-
ceived will rest with the I. 06101
of Agriculture. The Commission*-!
1 P ill I wili in turn InJ
t olonial Engineer, the Staff Oillcer.
'he Director of Highways ano
Transport ,11. I.....' of Medlca
Services, the ChM Engin-ei
Waterworks, amt D
Education These will inlorm lUCfc
of |ha brash rn
tion as they think I '
Other Officers
Responsibility for fixing
fine that a cautionary a
-ri-m o_, |.>a*B l Pi.i.aiill>
LONDON. July
COLOL'HFri. flowers from the
Caribbean hava baan iaan ;>t i
wovi tins araah In lueBdon
The> ware s. nt by lite Jamaica
Daii'u Ejj>r.m .....i the Pomero]
Nurserii -. Kin rha Horti-
cultural SOdaty and the Tuurisl
upi Had a blaga
i wtth ihefi Anthurtumi
The flow, i KhoU WhlCh is an
annual event Mafad b) the 'Bva-
.
-.uh 4.IHNI antrta in *' ownpett-
n
All lhaao llowtrs are grouped
around an outstanding display, a
floral Viking iMp from Deiuo.nK
This is a rnpUea or the llugin
huh tailed to liui.ilti Ust year
The Danish Travel Association
and the Danish Agricultural Pr.i-
i ranged the Exhibit.
i,< li the noral Hawaiian graat
in., ware aani Iha long distance
trom Honolulu Malaya aani
rial Bol ink Oardani
ami than ware orchldi also from
tha Oam Nitraartei in Slngaimre
India M m a flrn coll.-i-M i, i
p P Chattargae ami N.-i*e\
CakutU Laavaa of tha Bteruclei
Mate vai DUri ralfoll *** wui
rt-l rtlcultural
Sootat) of India rinse have an
inter eating atory i*hind them
i tree known as
Buddha's commit which riU the
-ii.gul.ii* characteristic ol
i [it \ iii vei v In
ihape and -ie Then, warn two
. fl in ane but one
it.mi
froti indta in. ludad

Catlli >a
The Oovarnmenl Hortkulturtel
Karaohl aani t dllferent varie-
t'n;nllunal-l.>
i-l on the
l-.ng flight and only 13 of thi BOW
i Paktglan oould 11 aa
hibited These included Tub*
i. Ixora Budhuca and Bnvenla

South Africa wag represented
tboul SO magnlAcenl vurleUet
i Protaa Mom tin- \.,i.....n!
llotan.c.l Garden Kui Ii
iha Pagoda ir.--
Red bnugainvillea from the OOA
ernnient Ex penmen tal Flowe
Garden a, m new LagM
u.iused kern ii.-.
s. n bai avound muafa ami tin
ihe thousands of
-olourful blooms went lo make
I'lractive
hihi in Ionian tin-
year
fowl
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hi-: si hi-: in
ifxjor neigir
11HIXY ml -
H.Ml. II IS
PHOENIX
SODA KIl'NTAIN
V.V.V.VaV
III II IIHH.I.\I,
awl in
PRUNE
CREAMS
the wii,i dogs are ..i
Iha war iMith and this
Ba) Turkey
and ihaen an nel
night in iin cUauieti < Um
dogs prowl around, harklni co
rinualrj ail ihrough Ihe nlghl
Theaa doga uauulj irol u
the diatrkl In i th ."-king rM
Utah pray and lumping
-.hoit Mecca thai tncloea man)
yards. Traut. ai>
by resideiiLs, bul they alway
i.tiKiui untouched
Anyone encountering Ihai i
nlmali al nlgbl are liable to h<-
nttuckeil ixt, one man told the
Adieeak. He aald that be wag
a victim of one of these attacks
Kile ha wet on his way
boma from llathsheba to M rtll
Bai
On his way he suddenly heard
the dogs barking and on looking
bach ba w two dogjl running
at him at "break naafc apeed "
Re ran end when he thran i......
ti.ii. iham ti" topped iheb
\ st,.,i- . acted the role , M vcri also iesU Ul ,,
of Mnrk Anthony.
The y
gran
they could draw water from the
Castle Grant reservoir.
only recently that thej
road in this district was being
repaired and it is understood that
this broken pipe has caused more
damage.
IT IS EXPECTED that the St
J< *eph Poet Office will be opened
by Jie end of the monui The
building, situated at Horse Hill.
u> now being painted In whth
green.
Electricity and water lines arc
already installed and the i
counters are now to be i-
>IIE MOBILE < iNEMA'!* pro-
for the areak*1
end when Utah I
is given at Friendship Plantation
.am tonight. This Show will be
ror ine benefit of residents of the
Hothersal Turning area of St.
Michael
Tin Bin of a
it tne St. Joseph p ,, lata Chun h

nntahed R rha ati -
vices were given by I!ev. Sayer.
Principal of Codnngton CoUegi
At the atasahe
service Rev. Mallalieu, Rector of
St. Joseph, thanked Rev Saver on
behalf of the people of the Parish
Every night over 800 people
packed the Church to hear Rev
Sayer preach but on the final
Ight Wednesdaythe attend-
_ Director of Agriculture. othci
Ofllgeia will then carry on UW
information to othafl who wll
telay it in turn, and thu
I

. i-l. i -i ding out i
railing tjl
signal
BreadcHtlng will in- dene i<>
Radio DletribuU' n and
Covernment Hroadcastiin;
I'OI.K I BAND under the which will open up on a vave
(ctioii of Capt C E. Raison, length arranged, and announced
M.B.E. A.H.CM., are arranging i,Bst of all the Director of Agri-
a grand Free For All Full Moon ,u|ture will be responslbl
| i incess Alice Piny- giving the "all clear,"
ing Field on Saturday night <20th .
Free-For-AII
Full Moon
Fiesta At Reef
Tn
dir
QUEENS PARK
IS KEPT
ATTRACTIVE
July). The Pavilion iind grounds
will be lit up attractively with
coloured lighting, and the pro-
gramme will commence at 7.45
p m The programme bas been
arranged to -ud all ti I
will Include ') fallowing popular
trogr-mme nuirt- I
HMM:
Butter Conws
From Australia
!'.' '''"
OVER I.MX)
Of A '
Windows Or
fish Markets?
THEY are Wiridow* by th
lee' i thay are at present
not inviting wlndowa'
. leni ii". sti< i toM
ba aarraeale that it i-
jleasant to get an
fiance of the sea whan
long | hi i i,ui tin
which ware latelj
race of housi lual renwvt d
.....i
the wlndowa havi aeai
i rocaa whlah w U
when II | van n-iiio\.-
Mock aa to tax
aver, make th< "wlndowi
ranH pteoa foi bargaining
Plane Missing
THE SPORT I'l.ANE PJ-ACK
has been lost during its flight
around Curacao on Tuesday,
to ca&legraa reeelva
ut the hxal Ilarlxiur and ShJpftln
Dep irtn
I
ilrpoti ah ihlpi In thai vdnlt>

AH]...... walking in Queeni
Pai h rt -i-idav would bavi
W clean and prettv thr
lawns and garden* appeared
Steady trimming and wnlei inn
are naadoi i -. v.. -,
ludkiiu: attractive.
Appro-abing Iha band Uind
which ha-, bean recently bright-
i-iii'd u|. i.v iMiinlmg l"
Oevarnei ' the Hi n thlni
that cabin-- lh " r Ihe large
lake This lak.
may Ik- >oon un". .
Berne ol tin- bani baa have beat
putnlcil and even hun in-oph-
.ii res reetlonel period
lounging m Dm
rouildingn Ma-nic an- Working
on some of tha pot en*
: Itt)
HAHRISOIV'S
Broad Street
\
SACK TRUCKS
ALL BTHL 1.000 ll CAPACITY
tnthcm itun wii.'.k .......u.5
Wilh KublHT WhrrU 20.09
ALL METAL
WHEEL-BARROWS
STRONG AMI 1)1 IIAlll.i: 3 cubic lert capacity
Sl'lTAIILK FOB I'ONTHACTORS. RC
O.M.I MII..1I I Al II
RUBEROID"
ROOFING FELT
(lltll.N MIN1JIAL17.KU SURFACE
A Imw I'ricvd. Lalg 1-H.tiiiK. I ll.ti.-iil
Wiilt-rprt".! Cover fur all Roofa
m Ogees rni so- whh
HARIIISOYS-H.rf.
ware Specialiati
Broad Street
APPLES AHK
HERE
Wht
the Bte
arrived In < 01
lorning II bed
quantity nf aastflefi
Dlanpi
-
it> ...i(n
'ii
itaih.Mii.in will now i. .
. .ti i .-.
thay wen- eating lor the peel
weeks but during thut lima the
....
..
A hoinwwife told Ihe Advecat*
thai -In- will
thi queue foi ipplea
,,
up "ii.....
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News From Britain
US Uavid I -mple Huberts
eapvrtenora i ]'j fj
LONDON, July 21st. 1950
On*
Meruues, 'he Australian (.
ner. has been In London th
with Btujai a.
>ou with MiMtn
Daaawaaj r.: post
Parmai! M Tractor and Oi
as D a ii Apply u w
AiMr-.l Plantation, ftt John
taa) iw * .^ contact
gM Co*~ ana
" respondent) aUClm tt, tamu
Mall only uke (ew* day. F. Parting.-
kaa, Ptoeperl House, m Wlgan Road.
Leigh Lam England
SO IM-Ma
| : a ..
a :n
NOTICE
TRUCK
A-l Cm 11
a t. ,.. i
in t ISO* Chevrolet Truck
ll. i-
Telephone JSSS
V I 3*In
IS hereby rvn (hat It la the In-
linllon of the Vwn of the Parlih of
MM Philip to raua> to be Introduced
into Um Ho , Island a Bill autnorlalnf the aald Vn
,-.
lae a Ivan
-i .
VAI'XMAIJ. IS J
II II!
aaaj
Rrmir.rnATiNt.
by ft-tneh Twin Cjrl
Refrigerating unit
tubular
freeilng roll* for 1
era) ion capacity, all
ina- order Central
,- 1 inch
I
.Ith driving molr.
.....id with
Ik repaid h\ i-'n annual n,*t.itmei,l
of annum out of the rate- ol the aald
haaji
W U OOOOtNCl .
Vestry Clerk. f Philip
'Mi Jr
V U C A
All Member.. Subacrlban and Piiendi
nf the Aaaooatmn art invllM to attend
an important Meeting In the Natal
Hill. Headquarter.. Pinfold lreet. OB
Fuday th* Mil. July. IBM. at 4 JO p ra
lor the purpoee ol re>
week He brought a pleasant air cann0t be ...
of freshness anu unlimited tpargj fiaaulM Alt
acbemea to "aall" in London
to co-ordinate, more close-
the Foreign Policy of the Com-
monwealth. Unfortunately tru
red well In London
not aaen an English newspapei
recently It will be surprising ti
you to And the poor aklmpy sjj
pages into which tome of tt>
largest of our newspapers
M1SCFU ".NEOJo
CALVPSC
title., only
them
1 Whe i [
1 Bean
a Pearl larley .1 lac W M
r rd 39 Hoeburk at. Dial MB1
IT a j.
rr.D mi'iT
i). .
oncrrmug the
Purchase ol
m
ARUSIRUM.
Pieuilanl
IEKIIEHT II WILLIAMS
General Secretary
a T SOIn
NOTICE
I M---M Of ST I'. Illl
rot-NTAIN PENS M*ke your eel
lion from Parker. Waterman, rial
mnr. Summit IStertwonk and mi
rthrr make, a)to Ball Point Pena i
Dslertarnok nib. '. .lock Knl|
DnM M n an w i
KBOPP HA/HHS ,. k. ,. e ]u1
jfjeaa Ran i
teas miBMi
IT 7 ..
TORCHLIGHT 11 Hurricane
will eaon be here, mak.- aure wu
n Torch and aome epare ba'terie.
ahlpeneni at Knlihtm Pr... noil
til I
:..
T1N-Vr3 MEATS: Snlmon LarSe *
Small. Luncheon Beef. Hamburger
Steak. aua>ae> Pttle> Pa nl lie
for Sandwich w M Pord. 36 Roebuck
91 Dial MS* n'S-Jn
THTTtMnS HAKR
narrow mnuih In eai
Thermo- Jug- -re u. tin
ride mouth and
>u< lr Atw>
Knight* Dni
TTMbI avu rtATTrnirs
itate UHailll Ouaranteed
o Tet Compnv TraUUar
*m insa-ifn.
FOR BUT
HOUSES
pVANDAl-T Tavlore Gap. ne
Avrnu- Belle* ilk- GeoMie SH.-.I
ply Mm AaMNSf, * J '. '
l.O.vr A FOUND
LOST
swmi-STAKr. TICKKT Rerwa Y Y
i pleaae rrlum a-me b
ir.i nuldmg. Banfc Hall Ctom Road
JB | Vi In
iLproarh to the problem* of Asin
may be coming. You will remem-
ber that the Marshall Plan wa-
niduguiated when British statci-
ith him to the somewhat lt*tk
tired and flagging Mimsdiu
oftlces of Whitehall Wo )0UrWl1
ifttx would like to have seen a fr
of our own Cabin.'. M.
the audience to learn a litlK
technique when the Auslrauaii
nave hi prens confer-
ence What a charm of niann.-i
he put into turning away an
..wkward question. Watch how h<
ducked, with perfect Unui'g tnt
thai tricky question of how Uj
scheme for a Commonwealtli
JVhcibii Policy Council had be'ii
He had only seen Mi
lUwti f..r a few minutes, he huil
v.Wtcd him In hospital? And ha.1
he discussed the possibility of
Pacific Pact? Mr. Menuea. tweak-
ing his ear with a characteristic
expression of benevolent cunning
scrambled out of these deep
waters
In i-'lnt of fact. Mr Itan
talked with Ernie Bevui. m h
pltal very freely and very boldl.
I hear some of Bevin's cloaaal
advisers are not very happy abon:
the way their chiefs convales-
cence hai brought him back Into
circulation with some of theii
very informal bedside chats. Hit I|)|js- wiJ| alwaj-s
-roreign omce" has loved Ernie ov;n for iU fUe^
conscious thai eoinpreased. And
that allow-
ance of six page* may not last for
long Why has tlm happened'* Th.
Government has a firm gup on
the supply of newsprint th--
paper on which we print
Snapper*,
Flying Fish
Sconp W ins
AFTER what .is OM f 'he
most thrilling matchc of tin-
season the Snappers team climbed
on to the Auuattc Out-
\, in.-in. trattr faces
mi amlloa sflai having
defeated tle so far lanheatetl
Botttta tea" thrM bmIs to one
In the .llici
.mm' arMcn was
just as < >
RUBBER
FACTORY
BURNT
In The Swim
lilch
.red late
Um ieaM
Bevln with undlminished pass!'
for live vearsand more than one
observer hat remarked that a civil
servant only likes his chief when
the Minister follows ttai civil
servant's advice. When our
Foreign Secretary shows any signs
of slipping the noose he Is quickly
surrounded with documentatio-i
and the reasons for caution
India. Pakistan and Ceyl.
outnumber the remainder of Hk
Commonwealth, and the people o
the**' countries do not think o
Britain as "home", in the gratify r-. -----------.-, ,--------
nig and flattering way that Aus- various moUvca can be ascribed JwWjFJ* '*"
:rahan and New Zealand visltor> Ml the Board of Trade for Its **wi'rdn*" "*
do. His second grant scheme is U> failure to improve Britain's tup- <**
do for South East Asia what Mr' ply position. Whenever U
llevin did for Europeact as go- einment is criticized it claim
iH'tween for a "Marshall Plan" ir. that dollar* must be saved. Bui
UM Far East. The time for thi- that is no proper answer. The
Government buys some sugar and
more meat for dollars: news-
papers are the sinews of demo-
cracy, we cannot right the war U
ipeaking of the eleventh ideas without active and coinpeii
hour in Europe. So. also. It will tive newspapers. The Governmei
be In Asia Mr Menzles' thirn can only excuse itself on th-
thought for the Twentieth Cen- ground that dollars are saved 11
tury is that the strength of the it has made efforts to find Otttei
British Commonwealth would be sources for newsprint as stremi
greater If its population wer> OW and conscientious as its food
differently placed. Great Br-lain seeking negotiations. Can il dim.
suffers from her millions on two that.' On one occasion the on!)
Australia and Canada dolar restrictions impeded U) .
could Tind room for millions Ore crisis were on newspimi Bve
tbor] is that Britain would l today Britain is exporting lOO.OfH
happier with her population at tons of British manufacture
the thirty million mark ami newsprintmainly to Common
twenty million of her people spread wealth and Colonial newspajn
through the world. I would like In Australia there are large and
in nv B Londoner's thought on flourishing newspapers able t
defend London, devote half the space in then
aad its steadily twenty four pages to the deinaiul
COMMUNISTS
.roilK. July SI
I Hi adq ear* rt tonlgh
::
munists for in the Aik Ho rubuei
0 The blaie
By THOMAS HARDIE
U N fl -SioJT Corregpcndetiti
PARIS
Kver>boo\ Is gsrtUng m im-
vim ol H frota a l"-year-old
-Igul to a Sl-yaar-drid grand-
BLAMED mother.
The English char; >
popular for summer tourists and
European wars, has been taken
. 'TiR-uiManoe dimmers.
I
channel rji-e in August
:
i n
(Kill
A erowd (
over three hun-
dred were kept
mi thai)
throughout t h e

yelled t h e m -
salvH i,
their favourtte
:* teas.
t ska
Saifff .r*t
Apart from important current l'l
negotiations on dollars and
rjafanca, Menzles has Ihree gignn-
.xtcndlng suburbs. It gives me of advertisersas wall as anpkkj
the acutest pride to And that the uig the remainder to cover the
city, always claiming to be the worlds news and views twice a
biggest, tallest, greatest and rich- fully as an English paper can
eat is actually growing smaller Our Government has now admit w.i
New York has shrunk! So London the newsprint situation grow*
stands ;Ione and pre-eminent worsenot better. The large--
Phis is a unique city that is many number of papers are publish, i
towns in one. When a vbdtui by the Government's politic.i.
...ii.rs here there is nu end to tin opponents Is this .i ItWU] on
a.OVI HAMIM \OIM I
show. Do you lik.
I ^ Hid on's own countryside? Then
will go to Hampstead Heath
impression of Britain
.ominerclal greatness.' Then we stringency
will go to London's dockland and mvself, I d>
(piracy against the power
criticism? la the Government pi
paring for another election
rurbing the Press
uf
starvation" I
not believe this i
1.ARGE YAJlD * BHKD. spalj Sat
asaftf TroiTEs nnuo /^toi*
Roeburk WreeA
VACANT POSTS OF GRADE II AGRICULTURAL INSTRUC
TORS IN THE DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE.
BRITISH GUIANA
Applications are invited for three vacant posts of Grade II Agri-
cultural Instructors in the Department of Agriculture. British Guiana.
The posts arc pensionable Appointments are on twelve months pro-
bation in the first instance. Applicanti should possess the Cambridge
School Certillcate or its equivalent, and should preferably have had
some training In agriculture and some experience in animal hus-
bandry, cultivation of tropical crops, and either farm management or
agricultural extension work.
2. The salary scale is ASS 10-$600 $780 x $84-$ 1.200/, x $120
-$1,800 per annum. A successful candidate may be appointed at
a point within this scale commensurate with his qualifications and
experience.
3. Successful candidatea will be required to assume duty in
rural .ucns and will be engaged either in the extension service or on
Government Eaperimonlal Stations or Stock Farms.
4 \ppliconts should apply to the Director of Agriculture. De-
partment of Agriculture, Georgetown. British Guiana, enclosing details
of qualifications and experience, and two copies of recent testimonials.
5. Applicants who are already employed in a Department of
Agriculture must submit their applications through the normal official
channels.
6. Applications received after 31st July, 1950. will not be con-
sidered.
H. II. CROUCHER,
Director of Agriculture
26.7 $03n
watch cargoes loading for all the
world. And so on. If a great
Australian comas to England and
ays that he wants so and so many
illlions of people to go across the
world to enrich the Common-
calth I feel he has come to
nke a blow, to diminish London
William Cobbett, a great English-
nan, who appreciated the wealth
of the Empire after spending a few dependent on supplies from
with the British Army In land And that It another potni
Canada, called London the "Great surely it la dangerous thai
Wen"and he poured curses on large proportion of the tMWi
I ...ii.t..n for sucking up the wealth print of Britain and the Common
England. Whenever 1 read wealth should come from a coun-
Cobbett I am proud of I^ndon- tfj on the borders of the BovM
not. I am sure, the emotion that Union Finland stands linn
WANTED
OFFICIAL NOTICE
IIA It 11 ADOS
HELP
laiirii il.
, Lanei Muat le*p "' ,
priii.H IrUtf
REAL ESTATE
t A.re 31 perehe. "t land < PUB*"
"ft 3m SreaW 1 wtU b. S.
JYor'^e C Pubt^ Compe.mon
Z,, Office No 1 '"* "if*"' M
Friday ttth July * V? P." *.
The. above parcel of land U the pr4>
ty ol Mr Beon_Caliendei
nVuraoOD i
BOYCB.
Solicitor*
H.7.-Sn.
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Coart
MARISTOW
poaMMlon htn

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1.1.SO -in.
wln< Phone **S3 '
STAUVTO*," Appro
!H,B7i *q fl Lawn to
Jledroom.. .llualed Sth
VUM Apply next aoor '
phone tSS3 Inepectton
- =,,.1,134 it, ihc BARBADOS -al
"""a srAi-v
Public B.Hiding", brtw
in mi < <>i in or n
l property will be art up for tali
n 11 noon and t pm lor the
..- Offlce
date .peclfie.
each euoceedlng Friday St the aatm
Tull pertieulara on apt
BROOKS
ALL THAT certain piece o .
of Venbuir pLanUUom ntuate I
m thu Uland containing by a
quarter perchea ilrwluelv*
ROBINSON
parcel ol land ilormei
one Quarter percne. um
whkh wm lormerly a .
and bounding 1oard< the north
(be g**I on Undr now or tale c
landa formerly of W. T and f 1
J E Ma.-on and Mr. V I. Byr.
P. D Bertie* and nn the Soum (
>ame may butt and bound
tt Price I gl.SU ad
r ol Sale th July. ISM
m ol ilir land
I Chrot Churei
aaurernMt >ne acre thirty two an.
u and one quaiter pciche* ol a roa<
-. i. -nw a public ii il Bottml
apham pMntation toward
ikee tnwarda the Ww
llarnei but iw ol Qordim N iti
and on land, ol thi
In* pubIM
Unda of t
deliberate Conspiracy ,igam>t Ul
PTCsaj rather. 1 think
iiilntlon of the casual
of Stieiallsm towards in
no Minister has made a positi
riort to force his riapartnw
.ilong in the search for iMWIpffln
1 j'thargy- has crcatetl Uf l
excuses make apathy, and upatli.
brought ua to four page sheet
'he matches wata ..- tellowi
MtapiH-ra 3 lUnlta* I
The game started off at ;i f tit lout
pace with Banitas Uklng tin
: IB m Mil" thall Oppi n.nts' .,u-.,
for the- gra-lai pan "( the hist
half, rsoaravai oaaappsn defetare
i par, FrankM Manning
Uld Chlllc M.iclean held the for!
until shoith before half tune
Bonltas ntiit srlngar Owan John-
on. .i left h.uiiiei senrad from a
liinciilt ingla out "n the *it,^
The stcond ball opssaad wrltli
Snappers taking Um offt
iklppai
Coalie Maunce Fost.-i backed b>
defanca ol Harold Bynoc
npeclall] k t p ln$
'nowai man" Ba
piici and Travoi v..
Bot i ird on pora,
main it lack* -..i, .
\l .i nun Turn
Tha isans look an sdsrUoj
mm midway in the sacoad hul
tvlii'ii Honit.is COIsWllad
which Ilantiister took Giving thr
ball plentx ol ,nr he passed to
Inca arho Utarall] snamsad Uu
ball ill from clOSM Ifl Then on.
minute bsgof* tha end of the game
t is Kenneth In i
irasjai I mod i-rfurmance by scoritu; tan
spapsn sjoalt in quirk successii>.
n for his team.
Flying Fish 1 Nwordlksh
Up until half time there was
... se.nr. .,- e.i.h team made re-
lieated .il"' ind it was
not until lale in the second half
that Jack Knmlil Onrad) what
provad to ba the only aoaJ of tire
match, after some clever OSOM In
1.1. tics batwaan Danlf Atkinson nml thi
and himself. Alliert Weatherheod The
goal for Swordflsh was out
10 bava caused CW0.00O eonk Fiance.
damage was under control M Massa-
mght though the night sky wa> chusetts. who has set up head-
Mil! red reflecting the glow oi quarters on the English shore.
burning rubber, while smoke Shirles May. who failcl -
clouds drifted over "c city the grade in her freshman bid list
eatna piepaml this time
r.ictory was under threat bringing her father, coach and
from the Malayan CommuniM Srw York press agent
d the file followed the Not to be outdone. Mi Hetty
usual I "iimuni.t pattern.'* B i ohen. Brooklyn, New York
I ..In. -t.ii.mrm Niiid It said that candmolher. ie.-ntl>
ranortl from tat axparts H-n.il- trial "run" down the
iwaltad. Police believeii Hudson River. New York, to the
that the fire was started dclibei Statue of I.. n posed
hr tha camera --complete with
rha n bagan dtatng tha Luigmg btcagai siieii ht
lunch hour when the rubber pro soon, BM Ul
ceuuuj plants a/ara idat
Plamas suddanly shot from Florence Chaii.
drying shed, and two men and "W professional from t aliforma
.< atufillll who Wan l ml,l the bla/. war -ed as professionaU) is making
1 r channel debut thi* season
i .i.iwick
rtinninc iWOJ
The blaze das ImNi
: rubber rnora than half different. Shcchos.- nnUier C nh-
of the day's total output
Malaya
I'olnr MUO that HM lire ...is the
rOMllt of the second aron attempt
at the factory in ~4 hours. A
watchman touwl the first attempt
laat night
They adktad that ten. .
made nine attempts to set Dn- to
the rubber depots In the Singa-
pore area in the past five days.
but m other cases police and fire
men had put the tires out before'
much damage was done
It r. new Bed tactics m aUDga-
pOUCO ofllcer
Unix know thrf| DM
forma, her home state, nor the
Hudaon, like both Shirley May and
Mrs Cohen, but the far-off. exotic
Persian Gulf for her tiainmg.
BhaVa practiaad than EM the past
two years, while working for an
Amei ican oil company
On the question of bathing suits
.tiday suiL, Miss Chad-
.ick already has gone on record.
|:
The birthday variety would lie
lot more comfortable. I admit,
but I fear It's impossible Maybe
.an swim in a strapless suit . .
easier on the shoulders."
In the meantime, while
tayiiig;
The
. lot II
u,t (Wiinmers are limbering up, ex-
" preparations are being
,,l. made to flash the news around the
world
The French Post Offlce is pro-
biding a special telephone aat-
ti.uige nrai ("ftp fins Ne, While
tha Hiitish Broadcasting Corpora-
tion i even planning to uu,-
halb optai ftn on-tnt rpol tele
msioii coverage.
Th,. l. .mi,--, -Dally Mail" is
.,tfenng two pi... of $2,500 each
lo the tirst man and woman to
complete, the 17-mlle crossing,
while others who manage to get
'home" will receive $62* each
INM.
I.Ti-
the great Journalist of a 120 years
ago Intended. And so this city U
elcomlng Mr. Memles; but
perhaps he will go away with a
sense of how Insular England Is.
and how Insular we Londoners
>re. on our Island of London tso-
'ated In the lower corner o;
England Yet. In the Strand, hr
till see a queue, moving steadily
forwards, through the doors of
\u*trnlin House, hour after hour,
if people asking to Immigrate t<
re British island continent
h.
could be>
ild war. And i
wspapera then?
ually In the
hat of Brittfl
standing and
lie was
Some good detente
contra back M M Roberts
Mv name Is Roberts So 1 dis-
itvcred that American publicity
ingenuity had come to l-ondott
with the arrival of Broadway's
brisk show. "Mr. Roberts" In
my letter box came n BHgal) I
lar and a neatly produced letti
beginning: "Dear Mr Roberts. 1>
you know that your name Is be-
coming famous?" Unfortunatel
they did not give the thousand
The Sinews of Democracy
Our newspapers are getting of the> clan of Roberts In iamd.m Voarwt
nailer. I know that if you have free tickets to the theatre ';'
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
OFFICIAL NOTICE
nARBADOS
TUB ( OI'RT I
| (BANCIBI
r Mle
The undermenHoned properly will be a*
Public Building*, between 11 noon and 1 ..
below If not then aold. II will be aet up on each ..icceed...
puce and during tbe aame hour* until ioM Full particular.
BROOK* V OIBHON8 IT AL
Properly : AIJ. THAT ceitain mrwai' or dwelllngbou.e
AR'iVLK together with the land wl--------
to belonsing luale at Wrlllnfton Sir
Uland ol Uarbado* containing, hy
leaa Butting
Win ton Thomai .
the property of Tbeiioa m
on other land* ol the -aid
on Wellington Street alnre
bound Together with all
built tlanding and belnfl
^e : g&M. 0. ft
ale | Hth July IBM.
lor the
,lle.l M
___r itandi ai
it Ui the City oi Brineei
_ .raeurement l.TBB '
,1 lo.udiu on the Wast
i land* ol a place
i Agatha Gibbon* on
e called "Bed lord Co
or however elee the _
i building! on Ue *ld land
the appurtenancea.
t'ARRrNOTON
TOWKR
riARACr Sundlnl
Of
; Chur
5<
recently erected
iteell
dwet
thU* Oap. Chii
The building
n'id buill of !"> -"-
oe to. lafaaB.
The building aUo UndS
eaiy convert Ion into a P>
"ay Public Auction on ThureOsy tTOj
iiriv at 1 P m. at the offlrr- l tm
urU-eMgn-d Iron, whom ''*"<>"'
llgOlM end condlUon. of .ale can r*
Dktstaatl
m
N1CHOLLR ft CO ,
IM Roebuck street
Telephone No * ^
BARBADOS HCl.THK SUPPLY
CORPORATION LTD.
NOTICE
ItM share* of Si DO each a, BAR-
PAnOI CO-OPaRATIVE BANK Lllf-
ITTD The above will be *et no J*
ale to public competition on Friday
-1 ln-tant l 1 p m at our
ag -
ARRtNGTON BEALV.
As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of
r llnglnrs ran no longer be delayed, the CoMpany has In
nsequenee had to put thfai Generating Set (900 R W.) out of
mmfanlon and. owing to the redaction of standby Plant now
available ss a result, may find II necessary to shea lean si
inter- sis daring the neat few months.
Our Congomers are asked to co-operate by eaercLsIng the
ulmoat economy In the use of Electricity, partlralarly during
the Pesk period between 30 and 830 p.m until further nstkr.
'veral linpos-
heliH-d with
work by his
Klt/g.rald
Flying Plah goallO Paul Foster
was also in good form and had a
lucky escape when Geoffrey Kairi-
va. shot high over the liars, mlss-
Ing n golden opportunity to equal-
ise SwnrdAsh kept up their
ujn but Flying Fish with one
pool up wara conlanl to .i. fend
until the lln.il blast of the referee',
..Invite
Thr learns were
.S'lopfHTi: G Maclean, (cnnl.),
a Taylor, D Bannlatar, G IIom
lean. V Maiiniiig. M M.mninw
and K line
Bonitai M Fostn (eapl >. T
d. O Joluisi.u, J. Giaei
Loiiiiin^ ii Pattaraon and ll
Bynoc
Fliyimi FU* I 1
I Ye.urwi."i. ii WmUv rhaad, P
Potter. J Rnlghl Ii Atkinson
id t. Johnson
Swordftsh a WoaUtarhaad,
a K.-te.. k i. 11 a
Euui Q Jordan, m Jordan
nd M Fii.
Tlic lelei..- .... Mi Archie
Clarka
Next weeks hstnrrs an- PottOf
. Swordiish and Snapper* v
I'm raeudii
l'l..... ti.ai th) Silv.l t .-I
lad..... taken reatarda wetrt
Uj to
rubber is baUlg bought
\n;h'-.\iiieiieiin stock-piling
th.v .,(. -aluitagitig now" he udd-
ed Renter.
British Build
Wire Fence
l .....i !'.- 1
V along Hong Kong's
II mile bnruer With the Red
China Commonwealth as the only
fronUar with Communism.
No British Soldiers on Border
Then are no British soldiers on
the border. They are buck in Nationalists retired to fi
lamps in Hong Kong's mountain- ."hinese no longer let transput!
frontier area is off llmib- through to Hong Kong. Passengers
British side is controlled haw to get off trains at border
few hundred men of the taliuus and haul their tuggag,-
H'tiK Kong I'olire Force a half mile over a rail bridge.
The Police said everything is Any goods moving between llm; :
pint but Ihey no longer chat with Kong and China are humped
t hinese PoUoe as they did before across by Coolies (C P 1
War Rages
Over 200-
Mile Front
O) from Fage I
I'infoKi-ineiits and left feeling
optimistic"
Tha BOUtharn coastal road a .iii North KoToan
' i units appeared to-day to
.... bet-n halted at Hudulig. out
of .vhiell invader
irtillarj ..r.'i Biititfa and Amottcan
sad alrerall
"A Mv-ter. r*o......f American
troops holding this road 74 miles
the supply port of Pu m
unaiantiflr'i except
ops landed a few days
go from the K.i! |gg( 1.., Tin.
reported lo be waiting for
to die down in Hanong before
ng in to reoccupy the town
-.ii Shooting sin jet
lighters have been lltted with new
fuel tanks, and are now able to
perate over the Korean battle
/one fur an hour oi longer roni-
i-intl to 10 minutes formerly.
Iiepartment spokesman
leveali-d to-day The sp.k.Mi,..
added that they are now concen
dating on armed reconnaissanc
and are selecting then t.r,.' .,
'Opportunity offered.--Renter
In Carliale Bay
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i, eh ii.....r
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M V l-d> Joy; M
reaa I.
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pay: Hch liar-ieiaa
II Vmuhivtman.
V llaerwood, Sell
I......i- II n-vldaan,
.
< Cyril E Smith
. Sell U'Ottac.
rma D
In Touch with Barbados
Coast Station
Ume. Mr Robert Telettr. Mr. Mary
elelte. Mull Mark Celette, Ml >
uthoov Mahlon.l. Ml* M.rg.ret llovell.
ii. (lUt.. tlavHlauii Ml** Betty (arr.
Mi*. Ague* Mo-.rll Ml** Belinda Huil.
Sli .!..#., Pi ingle. Ml" Pilofla Weeh<~.
Krle tiiee.e.. Mlta S1i.iv lluaaev.
Margei. -,ill.r'..i. Mi,a Mmlei.o
riiltM*. Ml*. Judith Baker. Mlaa jane
ll. Ml** Hom.> I-.-1M, L-.. Mlait'alnille
Modrlgoe. Ml** Mo.r-h. Mlai Vreonh-.i
" rah. Mi., vi. ki Taurel Ml- BSna
beth Pre.se. Mi** Murgaret M.... Ml-
Km 0*11, Mi Karol Wlnsfel, UJ Thonia.

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hole thirl. M n -.i
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. ...- i. rirnliinB
...... ran as m
.lOcnte with lb.
makurg. VlrglnU
Palhfthd-r. Preal
mil. CH- ol mew"
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SperUllel. TVvfca, Artvln*
AanuelO I.AHi.id Hrrme
naartUI r-M. Avilu. and Jean
till.. P*ei
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> m
oi ANTU.UA
inn..- il..... M....I.. M.Mhhai
,-.,g. M-Michael. 1-i...i M.nlelt.
or II KITTS
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I \ MI \l I >ll"OIH M
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' i.rnrr of Broad and Todar Htreets
PrlnU waahaMe, 40e. yd.
t'alleo3tt" w|dr 19. yd.
Ilaalle Raincoats i- ea.
Kui.b.i Sandals Sac. up
aWfr Socks 12c a pair
Anklet. i . in>
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Woollens, Shoe* a ll i-
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Roys' Caps Me. ea.
Vests (Gents & Ladle.)
Children's PanUen (Plastic)
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l'AC.F. FIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
W, /. Dm Hi a in
Draw Match
BUNDKRLAND, -Inly W
Anoil,. i t crowd | , Qii Arm
day's piny in Durham's match with tht '
toddi. and than wm plant)
ended m n draw
All
. .: : -
Goddani did not enforce lha r. i-
low OH. blM 'led. H-.1 .'i| U4 fw 4
(t Durham : Unto man
than 150 minutes in bm I I
...
tattorti
Duihi.ii. had .....
whin i bawled in
Pieii*' 'ii i over without adding
KM !.:
soon settled dew n and look In*
Baton | Itarahall
.ntu the gala bai
deep mid-off. The other Dorhan
bataaaB tailed lo last oui afataai
Waal Indies aitack m which
eight bnwleis were uaad.
When lha West Imu.
their aacond inning* .in
shock, (or off Jackson'* second ball
Stoiimeyvi v<*s caught
had got Stollmeyei v.ill. his .coin'
hull in the fust I nin|
ran ins am "ducRK*1 of the

bered lot
|
in coDtniu to thai
Sioiirrwvfi youni Traali
two oantui ...... Ha u
the first player of
to perform this feat during tin'
present tour


Pierre'* Average
FRIDAY. JI'I.Y M IH-n
i\v Holiday If
English Win

.-**-*,'-*.*-'--*-*,-,-.*.-,,-,-,-.',-,--,-.-,',-.-,*-*,-.','.
Ota H
Cenuaaiing their IrH aaaai
train tha ovaraaiM total rd a
foj (our, Dufaaaa a lore lunch tor 1*3 Unlay Ifl repi.
In the W<
At lunch the Wt
loal ona i

.
lo show confide:.
Itath thr
ii. brought
night M to ttu oefoie Ootaea
aughl him at ml ; fl fgl

the wicket lor IM minutes in an'
xtranalj i onMi i bminga.
lining aicaati fell
qtUcU| and Uuih.un mm all out
oi i**:* Goddard Vhao the Wf-I (LIMBING THE 'GREASED KOI I U. set Ihr "hai* am
lhat Itended the Police Aauatlr Sport* t ti., H.rboa
*n* hi* Iran pvmtuall* . .. h-,i Ihr ham and rum u
LONDON Jui> 27
action
atmma public holiday in
dad in cammata Bm wan
Taal victory ha* caused
able curiosily nert.
umnut Peter Borough in the
( T>lr(rah ;ays this morn-
i find no precedent far
* Peter oorougn "It does not
. I am informed, tnat in
cnt of an English .
val in the fourth and final
i August 12 Mr Chuter Ede.
Secretary, will proclaim
half holiday here If the West
Indies win he miht consider an
earlv clocin* da) "
again out to It
ftrat o\
ad
uandlng
Ui
ball
without scoring
i t indtaa amra
nine artakata I Durhw
venture
oueneii then
flu K.ler anu
aagand
Clark
Wtari r brail and ""^'agahfi tha hfnriiwt of Wttrt and
.....em and worad all Jonaa and m tha aaaajnugaa bajfore
it a rala of 2 run :- ;i scored 31 run*. The West
t'nuouta ant on to hi* Indie, hh the i-hantcsin Howling
lentutj ....... ti ii d in kM kri-imiR /Tfe
ir.ul >Urled behind Ihe xlump*
i j- llirn rrlinrj b> (iuddard
Anota. i Wnti un k gunaly io their
ii rum rrv iUrh4..... Mi . i ina t i I attack an I
" lackonorl awn though the ne bi bundmd with about en
ui Igtl lot <>!> Then Clark
lean IhiwIkI when Bppa r it>tilut(> lleldinit
aotbutla i:i..IiiIhii ih.1 Kaalor went
r,l thr merrily
i is canhiry until uuaai by Waiiott
ii Mai lull for 97. With only
till o in lha bvi
was nol
h.-iii. Traatrall Bad W
cored freeU and In
lima when the We^t In
batting B ccond tin*
1 l'i eantun
m at manv mlnuti 'hit* Wall
niDiked ho fan (.7 with ona gtort.
OUJ hit : '
oonyl
i larad and
then he rnnit the chaagai with
boaatan I i para, tak-
ing a turn hinisrl* behind the
' i; ft
Kuli the h..ttni..
star and for the second time reach-
ed the nineties, although the
hundred evadeil him Oil i
On the -.econil orrasion he was
lakan by Waleott oS Marshall
wheu three *hort oi the century
He and CJark put on 116 for the
ftrat wicket whicR wa* Dm bag)
openitip stand b.v Durham in any
of the long series, of game* against
touring gnat, and when trying for
a boundary to reach three figures,
he put a catch
rum'* In nn in lanil ipplause from tl
Police Plar yesterday evaatag. P.C. < .p.it.it. '
an in* I .id.....| by nlher iretips.
Constable BestPolice
" Vnipliihions Athlete'
Hail.....i Piiltcc Conslablc li -si. wh,. ,>xcolled at ttM Pollca
Sportg held at Keaglngtoti Oval ovax a mould ago god
.tiiUd up Victor Ludoium. jtron tin nujouiv oi eventi at
the PoUaa Aquatic Sportg ><-sicn!.> M.ni\ tgrmgcl Bw
the amphihious athlete" of th*> Puhi-e Force
Wain M

uik hitting arlth Trah
. Bill |
u rapa Dm la 1 m ind waani
ig i nutaa Ml wok Ml
I gunuu tor M
11.no Ho i ad eagoaad a lite on|
. .a stow
howled attar acoring 81 fort*
''
ml> HI'
Igb Williams fell1
I thai milestone. JoCWH
11"i.line i while Trvstrail went out
to thraa llguma. Then ihadedara-
u-.iving the count*
only Bboul two and half hours
hatting arid ihe somewhat im-
isk of gattln| 42? to win
ikau then-
i cored 32 with-
out bi'inj; parted and there re-
i' ona and three quarter
..ln.L
The large erowU tl... ..tt. ...K-
tarry nff the 100 yard*. 220 yards
Bad 3WI >ard* swum u
Sgt. Phillip || ihg Gt natal Statii
lurne l Km hi niitetanrtlni
.Miiimuim' and iilthotiKh .1'
aval .'> > in avaeg ba
caeoad an t h a majeniv
.,,. i
left, ?jn
ipalei
hi- orate anil n
h ihe 11 "Hi* aaa KM nuicn
drawn with ihe BCOm 2"3 f" 1
akaaH
... IUi*
bus iif-i taakU
BOen INC. ASA I
i -i ivnirs-
Ahuh Wiilcolt I "is aeiual playing lime
MAi-hall U Caf->
Tlflml nol oul
Watrott b Ow*n
WUkeaa* b n"
1
Total >t wai
nowi iw; asai vsrs
I IIAH-'-l lul-K
b i. hfa ban
Imtt i> Mar Tt.l .f.n 4 -VI.
now I INCI AHALYKia
At the on. lyal o of the In
i eloaal B i frY'Mr. Coaaanl -
loner oi Police. preaenUd gag
niwes After the presentation! he
thanked aU ihuse wlui i | h.
Sports n sucevsa and said that U<
was anxiously looking forward To
i oxt your's Pahaa Aquatic Sports.
Wale. Polo
The mi Island Inn event o( the dav
was ihe Water Polo gumc be-
tween the luirnnur and Land
lolice. The Harbour Police won
bv lean goal* to threean out-
landing performance for tha Land
Police OOBaaaWng the Harbour
Police are alwaya in or over the
sea.
H.P.c. Alleyna acorad tha four
goals for the Harbour Police and
lor the L-tnd Police P.C. Richard*
nettiHi two and Sgt Phillips
one. At half tuna the score was
21 in favour of the Hurbo>r
Police and mi resumpUon the game
equalised on various occasion* bc-
lore the Harbour boy* scored the
tlnal goal.
The events "Climbing thu
C;reased Pole" and 'The Pillow
Klght" brought great .ipplaus!
iium the s|>ecltitors. In the former
P.C. C.nflith. alter exerting muc.i
nergy, machad tha top of th
pole and collected .. Mm ami n
m tile or rum Befoie lliv iop of
he iole was reached many team-
i' I into the watei but the' all got
id inothar try
In Ihe VeterniK Race Sgt. Ba.i-
n. I I 1 '>' U early lead and iotikol
artgla winner but half way-
over the 50->.ircl course he ws
rnr naan hv h pc Ltartaa.
Oh-taele Race
The Ohaancto Ru.*e was one ol
.lie top .vents of Ihe day. Th
enmpetilors 1.-11 the starling point
ami then iu.i to swim to one <>f
the llarboui Police boats where
I hey were given needle and cotton
After threading the needle they
had in swim to another boat and
on tins occasion they received, a
.igarette and matches. After light-
ing the cigarette they had to srw*m
to the winning pole. Police Con-
stable Aihby. who ended with ola
lighted cigarette carried off this
event.
Keen com petit i >n was witnessed
bi the Distance Dive. Sgt. Phillips,
looked a certain winner, but dived
off h course and tha honours
went to H.P C Lavine who dived
112 feet, B Inches Phillips
-lose second
it* vardh .rape srvut.
I H F* C B>*. I I1 C lluktMiuM.
II I C Ho.Ur la l mm ft/1
hioh ntvr
i h a c I-., i. r ii Luom
BOAT HACK >ea> YARDH>
1 Cal Htm .i I M P C
H p <" KeagM na M P i
DtsTAMca orvr
(.-. Ulii
h p c a
IM
i YARDS
VKTfHANI
ftKfAST STHOKM
I HI I
III.UOW til.Ill
I ... MIT
mi FNncHANcr niVF
M ... II r i
InT, COL. J. CONNELL. OB ELD. Captain of Barbados' Blslev
learn viewing Urceta throuah telescope.
This Week's Cricket
Fixtures And Umpires
July 29,
Aug B, ID
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amntn Oval
i^Mige Wanderei Inrdgi
Carlton v.o
PoakH i CoUagi Park
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Empire v Pickwick Bank Hall
V M PC -. Spartan .. Beck!.
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Wanderei i .
Menial Rospttal Bay
I ii Walvott,
li lt...ichford
s c re ..
.; Bran ihaw
i. King.
SpeUof
M H Jordan.
I*, 1 Walcott
W Uayle*.
C ('ollymore.
I' I'velyn,
W Archer
S Cole,
B Clarke
C Batsnn.
- BsnUae
Yorkshire
Team vs. W.I.
Yi>HKSHIHF. July 27
Ij'ii Mutton. Ihe England open-
ing hut.sman. has recovered from
i Bttach oi lumbago, and re-
lurna lo lha Yoraalura team in
Iheir maUh ugunul the West
hKiiaa at Sheffield on Saturday
Phi aunty side will i>.- ti full
-treoglh. as ftJlows. N. D Yard-
ley, D. V. Hrewian. Hutton.
Coxon, Wardla, taMtar, Wltoon
Hallktey, Lowaon, Laadbeaker
and Whitehea Rammlhin Is Fit
WEST INDIES A T BISLEY
Results of Competitions
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SUNDtRLAND Jujj 27
SotUt) Ramiidhin the VaM
Indies spin bowler, received treat-
ment for his strained knee at the.
Sundertand football club ground
to-day and was able to continue'
In the two-day match against
Durham. There was no damage
ti. muscle or ligament Yi-sterdu*
Haiiiadlun Lsiwleil Onh llins- ovei |
before he left the laid for treal-
ment After massage he returneu '
Itut did not bowl again
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