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Saturday Jul> n UN
I'MM'll S IIVMI
THE new practice Which takes the Police
Band into the variouacountiy districts tor
evening concerts is certatnly to be wel-
comed. The entertainment which it brings
to the people In thoee districts is a much
needed relief from the drab routine of
everyday life; but In addition to this, it
serves to foster a spirit of real community
life.
Tli" Mobile Cinema has in the past sup-
plied limited entertainment along with its
educational work, and the British Council
too, has made a fine contribution in this
respect. These two avenues ol cultural
and educational development have been
successful in so far as they have been able
to reach out to those minds capable of
making full use of their services.
With the Police Band it is different.
Captain Raison has become a romantic
figure throughout the island, and known
even if only by reputation to every member
of the community. The Band, too. because
of its improved efficiency has ceased to be
merely the Police Band. It is the People's
Band. Whether it is providing programmes
of light entertainment at Government
House, classical airs at the British Council
Headquarters, mixed items at the Hastings
Rocks or at the Bay Street Esplanade, there
is always a full attendance to listen. And
especially is this so when the Bandmaster
decides to supply pot pourri of West
Indian airs. Trinidad calypsoes and up-to-
the-minute American jazz. Then there is
no taste left unsatisfied.
Jt i* this ability to cater to every taste
which, has enabled the Band to claim u
ardent supporters, people drawn from
every strata of society. It is the bringing
together of these various sections and the
infusion of the real community spirit which
constitutes the greatest service which the
Band can render. It also relieves the
drabness in the life of these simple folk,
and makes them feel for a brief period that
they are part of a larger whole.
The visits of the Band, however, will call
for better facilities such as community
halls and other suitable places of entertain-
ment where the people of the districts can
come together for the purpose, not merely
of entertainment, but for cultural and
educational development. They will also
afford opportunity for those who live in
the City and who are. in many instances.
unacquainted with country life, to follow
the Band into neglected parts of the island.
This wifl fnevftably be followed by ;< desire
to help in the needed improvement; the
social conscience of Barbados will be
awakened, and, as a community, we shall
be taking a decided step towards real de-
velopment and progress.
Yoanft SSSm
THE camp of two hundred and fifty
cadets at the Volunteer Drill Hall is to be
commended. Camp life for young people
who must liv under healthy, active con-
ditions and follow a particular dally
routine is essential to their physical and
mental development. Training in arms
brings a discipline ot mind such as can be
found in no other avenue of life. To. obey
without question and to carry out instruc-
tions at the moment k. a training which
gives one a degree of self control without
which life would be a miserable failure.
In addition to this, it must be apparent
to any keen observer that the physical con-
dition of many of our youngsters shows
serious degeneration. The line upstanding
figure is the exception rather than the rule.
And this can be remedied by proper exer-
cises and diet.
There are IhOM who object to military training
oil the ground that .: \ it< fractious spirit.
The reverse in the truth. The youngster sure of
himself end eiijmniK good health is ihr most
amiable ot companions.
Tht IN lo be i-ommendcd f'r
Kivii-i; up port! n of dieir long vacation to attend
camp
A[|rotec. I'rojwls
American Dollar* !\ol A iirnrledY*l
LONDON.
THJC Colonial Development
Corporation, no* in its third year.
iv passing from the planning to the
development iage In the first
six months of this year, its capital
rmmiUnenU rose from Just over
114 million to almost 2S million
a quarter of 1U available fi'Dcb*
and C.D.C expect 1950 to be UV
year of its highest capital
expenditure.
In the Corporation's second
Annual Report. laid before
Parliament today, an optimistic
note w struek.
! ;-..
hi
.:i.
it
,!.-
"baa every confidence thst,
with the help of modest alloca-
tion ol ''"liars In the early
yean, it will, within a abort
time, become a net dollar
earner."
Ann
riran "Know How"
Wanted
This confidence i* expressed In
a review of negotiations with the
.nternational Hank for Recon-
struction and the possibilities of
American investment in the
Colonies. 1
The CorporaUon feels that It will
be some time before Its kind of
undertakings throughout the
llrlU>h Colonies will attract tho
American invealoi
"Whatever may be the validity"
I he Report states, "of an investor's
, fears on grounds of the political
nsecurlty of economic stability of
Lhe British colonies, it is unlikely
I that the kind of enterprise in
' Ahieh the Corporation Is interested
Mil, in present circumstances.
I .rove to be to any large degree
attractive to the ordinary Amcr-
can investor
"This position may dcclsivel>
.hange when, in the course of a
few years, the spread and mai-
utude of the Corporation's activ-
,ties build up into a demonstrably
economic Institution through
which American dollar investment
in various forms can be canalised".
Greater scenes to American
know-how" lad markets would
provide the best advantage to the
CorporaUon of participating with
American private enterprise, it is
stated And the Corporation, It is
made clear, would welcome "the
skill, enterprise and drive whim
are characteristic of American
business."
Particular deterrents to Amer-
ican Investmentexchange control
and American taxation lawsare
discussed with reference to meas-
ures now being taken which.
It is hoped, will "encourage the
now of Amen, .n capital into
Britij.fi colonies."
I'lopian Scheme Rejected
The Hepurt n.vers the year to
i 31st List, when there
Killy HH (' DC. JHlctar-
takings in operation, one-third of
them agricultural in character.
Fur.her projects under active in-
vestigation, but nut yet launched
U in alt will mean the Corpor-
i lion committing itself to capital
expenditure totalling about f50
million In addition there are h*
projects ai an early stage of con-
mleratlon
These ligures do not represent
j-nyllung like the total schemes
which have been put up to Oio
Corporalion for conslderatio'
Some of these, the Report says,
tntvlti ily the Utopian
schemes and I ^practicable pro-
posals which e -ry new organisa-
tion must exp- ct to receive"
The problem of the develop-
ment period In Its financial up*c-
i* dealt with In the section of the
he-port covering the account*. The
hrst two yeat- of planning and
investigation veal that most of
tht* Corporatie. investments will
not begin to yn Id at their estim-
Otad full rate ior a considerable
]erlod.
Ninety per cen.'uf the sjsjtjintad
capital cost of the IS undertak-
ing* launched by thai and of last
year will have lj*en Incurred by
the end of 1952 hut "the total
earnings of these 28 undertaking
are not expected to reach PO per
cent of their eventual level for
abouv 10 yea is after that."
I \|>i'i i- Watch Expenses
By the end of die year. the
(nrporatlon Invested over 1 m
in land, buildings, and concessions
and another fl million In capital
equipment necessary to develop
the productive resources of these
lands and concession*. Expendi-
ture directly related to develop-
ment and land clearance
amounted, on the other hand, \\>
over rtOO.OOO
Despite the fact that dsvVlOP-
ment is still very much In the
initial stage, goods to the value
i t H4A.O00 had been marketed
Administrative costs have
amounted it> about 10 par CSDl "'
the total, and emphasisins the
,nnncia| control exerciM-l. UM
deport declares:
'The Corporation's finan-
cial administration conforms
to the beat standards and the
Board .r,. confident that it
will meeV the most exacting
requirements of H. M. Gov-
ernment and Parliament"
It is pointed out that all Sfltor
members of the accounting staff
are members of recognised pro-
ildsj
. ggg and poaass
.eriial and financial ex-
A sec";.
the Colonial countries concerned
in the CD.es activities is tha.
headed: "Special Factors Affect-
ing the Costs fig Colonial Develop-
ment Undertakings''.
A plea la made for certain
changes ui Colonial Income-tax
ordinances "which would lnvolv<
only a small sacrifice of curren'
revenue", but which would greatly
improve the prospect* of sotn
types of long-term developmiti
projects, which, if undertaaen
would eventually "bring mud
additional revenue to Coaonll
B* Imiuers."
- >rporatM)n express ther
view that 'certain measures o
standsrdisaUon In the econom*
field may prove easier of attain
merit and more directly beneficial
to some territories than measures
of political Integration win. ii an
so much mora In vogue today."
Bit: Overheads
Warning is given about Uk hlgl
cost of essential services In the
Colonies. Among the main reason,
why Colonial development under-
takings cannot In many cases, ex-
pect lo earn at rale suflsdsal b
attract ths ordinary outside In
vistor. it la stated, "is the excep-
tionally high 'jiarge for OffflMMdl
involved where new resources ar.
brought Into production in econo-
mically backward territories".
"The Corpor.iuon has had to re-
ject proposals for certain
schemes In undeveloped terri-
tories which on the basis ot
normal overhead charges would
have had every chance of suc-
cess."
It is admitted that most existln*
Colonial enterprises have had t<
'ii.ii. that* own amenities anc
basic services.. Including roads
and have carried the cost. Bu*.
these enterprises. It is added, were
able to proceed at their own pace,
at a time when the costs of tin
capital works Involved were not
only less In relation to sgnnsstad
profits, but also the standards
'.VITi i'.,\i I
While the CorporaUon wel
tomM the improved health and
social welfare conditions which
have been achieved in some Colo-
nies" the Report conUnues. "by
iin enforced compliance with
approved minimum standards
there must clearly be some balance
hetween the standards of social
welfare required and the means
available to si.nt.ort them, unlew
of course, the British taxpayer I:
to be called upon to fill the gup"
Time To Take Stock Of
Our Measurements?
I ,-m Oar laaaoa l.iifiM*"
LON1MIN
The British system of weight*
and measures causes endless
amusement to Americans, and
great misery to visiting Contin-
ental* No less confusing to them
Is our monetary system, which
admittedly seems designed to give
Jthe utmost trouble to all concerned
and to make mental arithmetic
real headache.
British experts have urged often
enough a switch over to the metric
system, already In operaUon over
the greater part of the world, but
without success. France^where
it originateduses the metrl.'
system, and so do Germany.
Hussia. (Ireece. Turkey. and
of other countries
Hut we conunue lo plead all
manner of excuses for not shed-
ding our farthings and florins, om
yards, feet and Inches Now it
seems that the small Island of
Cypius may take the Initiative,
and adopt the system herself. The
Government there recently pro-
posed that the metric system of
i weights and measures should bti
| introduced Into the colony, thu i
hringing to the front the whole
vexed quesUon of an interna-
tional system that would make
Hading a simpler and more efhVi-
ciii business altogether
Cyprus, by her example, may-
cause other colonies to think
arlomlj about abandoning their
pisaagst methods of measurement.
She is herself badly in need of a
change. "How", ask her trades-
men, "are we to expluin lo cus-
tomers overseas the tact that a
cantar of olive oil weighs more
than a cantar of carobs, which, m
its turn, weighs more than a cuu-
tai of onions? Can't we have an
equal measurement of weight."
The change-over would mean that
litres would take the place of
pints, quarts, Cyprus litres, ga.-
lons. hiles, kouras, loads and the
liquid oke.
What are a few facts about the
metric system? In brief, It is the
decimal system applied to weights
and measures. Everything is In
units of ten; there Is no necessity.
therefore, lo have fracUons. .
It Is estimated by educational
authorities that the metric system.
Ly dispensing with the need for
fractions, would save at least a
year of lime spent by children
learning arithmetic. Two typical
examples from children's srlthma
tic books are these: "Kind the
number of cubic yards in a room
measuring 7 yards. 2 feet, fl inches
by 14 yards. 1 foot. 3 inches by 6
yards. 3 Incnes" How much
simpler is the problem as seen in
n French or German textbook
"Find the number of cubic metres
In a room measuring 11 42 metres
by fl.4.2 metres by 4 a mttrsa.1
When applied to Industry, the
Having in cash is startling. One
factory, which switched to metric,
estimated that in one year it iBVOd
ten times the cost of new measur-
ing devices A railway estimated
that metric would save It f.15,000
a year in patter work. No less
beneficial would' be the time-
saving factor for smaller concern*,
and private traders.
The present antique mcasure-
r ents in the U.K began when
Edward 11 decided that three
barley corns made an inch, ana
n.tii I snocansd lhe yard as the
distance from the royal nose to the
tip of the blue-blooded right
thumb! The ancient Chinese had
an "uphill" mile, and "down-
hill' mile, working on the quite
logical assumption that It was
more difficult to walk up a hill
than down one.
During the Franco Revolution,
the National Assembly appointed
a commission of scientists to setUe
on a minimum number of units.
and to plac all the-, inn', on tin
decimal systfgn Hay decide!
that lhe basic unit ol measurement
should be the metre. It
divided into 100 equal parts
.cntime'iv Ii was multiplied by
1.000 to m.ike lhe kilometre -
which ll about three-fifths of oui
mile. The weight of one cubu
(intunetre of water became th<
basic measure of weight one
gram. One thousand grams made
up a kilogram2.2 lbs. One
thousand cubic centimetre* became
the litrevmiewhnt less than
quart.
It i .-aid that the kffsragi
person should be able to adjust
hlnutlf to the new system In
riattet of .i lew days, since then
are only three basic units in It
the litre for apaciiy. the gram for
weight and the metre for length
It can be argued tor it that
there would be greater i.niler-
standing and sympathy betw
nations, business transactions
would be speeded up considerably
much paper work eliminated, and
our furlongs would vanish for
H> 4. i O. si.. i, I.. .
I'OSSIBIUTIKS tliat the United Btttl
may ask the nations ol western Europe to
make more substantial contributions to their
own re-armament il they cannot help out in
Korea is being discussed in diplomatic circles
to-day.
European leaders are fearful that an awk-
ward situation may arise if this comes to
BjBgaj
It if, believed, therefore, that every possible
effort will be made to make at least some
showing in behalf of the United Nations,
commitment against north Korean Commun-
ism.
Observers consider it noteworthy that
Sweden, determined to maintain strict neu-
trality even though she would have to de-
pand on western Europe in event of oonfUol
with the east, made an immediate contribu-
tion in keeping with her self-chosen humani- ;
tarian role in world conflicts.
The government announced that it is don-
lting a full scale hospital unit, with ambul j
tncog, 'loetors. nurses, surgical instruments |
and the like, and that all services connected
with it will be free of charge.
Sweden has therefore "saved face". And
while (Jen. IXiuglas MacArthur obviously
wants foot soldiers, no one can deny the tre
mendous value of the equipment that is bein:
given while the western world regrets that
such materials and specialists become neces-
sary in the wake of war.
Before the Communist invasion of South
Korea occurred, there was a feeling among
European leaders that in the re-armament ol
the west, the United States must assume tin-
major responsibility so far as financing is
concerned.
The American government was willing to.
shoulder the brunt of it but made clear it
wanted assurances that the European powers
were doing all they possibly could. But the
European tendency to use as much American
money as they could get remained apparent
Obviously, the situation in Korea must
change all that.
President Truman's request to Congress
for an additional 10 billion dollars staggered
European capitals because of the scope. It
drove home to them both the depth ol
American determination and the expenses
that are anticipated.
There has been a great deal of criticism
since Defence Minister Emanuel Shinwell
told the House that Britain's military con-
dition docs not allow for complacency.
The conservative press maintains that the
budget allowed the military services since
the end of the war has been more than sufh-
eieiit lo give Britain a feeling of security
evne though land forces were stripped dowr
to a minimum on the home islands
The Labour government's obvious answei
will be that the anti-Communist campaigr
in Malaya, the strengthening of defenses at
Honp Kong and continued activation of the
fleet add up to huge expense.
This may not satisfy political critics in ttv
House. But the United States high com-
mand. wel I-versed in logistics and the cost of
military undertakings, may take a differen'
view.
In the case of France, the Government car
cite the situation in Indo-China. where vast
French forces are deployed against prn
Communist rebels.
The truth of the matter is that all post-w,.i
European economics are precariously
balanced.
It was with u knowledge of this that EC/V
Administrator Paul Hoffman launched his
plan for European 'integration." He believes
that Europe can solve many of its own fiscal
troubles by getting together on matters such
as foreign exchange, customs barriers and
controls,
If Congress approves the 10 billion dollar
appropriation, western Europe may be shaken
Into ii htlle greater activity. Certainly this
outlay makes it apparent in advance that the
Legislature is likely to be cool indeed to an>
new requests for funds from across the sea
I.N.S.
IX D.v.scorr TO-DA^S SPECIALS
a CO.. ltd. at the COLONNADE
Usually Now
c. c.
Tin* DANISH CREAM 36 30
Tin* JERSEY TOMATO JUICE 26 21
Bottles JEFFREYS BEER jo
UK HAVE Jl SI Kit LIVED
SPARE PARTS
COLEMAN Products
We will be pleased to repair >our LAMP**. LANTERNS.
STOVES sad IKONS If you brine thrm to OS.
ALSO
A Shipment of
SNOWCEM
in tin- fulluuing Colours:
Whit*. Cream. Pink, Yrll... and IVrrarolta
WILKINSON & IIAYNfcS CO. LTD.Successors to
C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD.
Phones : 4681. U1Z. BECKWITH STOBES
SWIFT'S POTTED MEAT per 1
SWIFT'S PATEDE FOIL
AUSTRALIAN PINEAPPLE JUICE
AUSTRALIAN SALAMI SAUSAQE ...., .. lb
HEINZ OMEN PEAS ...... tin
FRENCH MUSHROOMS
RED CURRANT JELLY
CALVES FOOT JELLY .............
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Ol It HEAIlKHS SAY
Xbmirii
To Ihr Editor, tht- Ad>... ov
SIR Mv hwtfc congmtula-
intendent (Irani !
Bourne. Sunmons, Springer,
Chandler and Pranklrn on thotr
well ui*u ved promotion.
Your Editori.it of Sunday April
2, soBunsntad on ins Brand "i
reform in the creation ol the rank
of Inspot to
Trinidad when lhe rank ot |n-
apaclor was instituted
tended lh function Ivan in hon-
our of Chief Inspectors Kelly
nod r>'F. ;
to this r.nik wif: equs
On my return t<> this o
1946. I was surprised to And thnt
rather than this new rank being
introduced accorduni to the
Calver's report, the flrst vital
change in the local lorce was
lhe abolition of the rank 1. Cpl.
Now to my further dismay, 1 am
most reliably Informed that the
rank of S*t M.,w, beloved the
world over, with Its an.
tlons of hitrd work,
like the rudder of ..
nbolishe.l
Tho member* of lh< |
Assembly, more up-1
Senior
.-.hould realise that tin
of the rank ut L Cpl has bred
Pin illssslHtailluli ii.
force and much I
ed at t! .
Is mere Stooke to UsS
entiin it ol tbeSO men who BUffOl
ed de mot ton jn pired to weea he\ i oi
r Srrgeei i
uluuad in the sai
i cd promot to the i
s^t Major, i sin ooi Ino
ths entire) nl s-xprei ted In your
Eililonul defeat the very objei:
lor Sshlch i* xf intended "esprit
de Corps."
The irniilcmcntation of these
recommendations abolithni ut
' Cpl an i Bj Majoi have
narrowed the hsfclsM for promo-
the i ..nk: Both In Trli
.i.ul ..u.i llnii.h (knana the rank
.; i. Cpl wen re-
. ' \!r Calver is the Cumnmsioncr
the ranks; exist a
constable's hope ot iiainini the
Cpl; str'pc* ure as mimic ;.s ;\
local scientist in a kin k on Atom
Bomb, This fn\. i repeal has
caused weal iBJAlftert
. UOB .i. IBS Police Force.
No man on earth likes demo-
tion All men on earth love pro-
motion. Imagine a man who has
\'i'0 rat" son*
without :>:,> default finding him-
ell over-night bash In the ranks.
ol Constable alongside a re-
Ull 11 needs no psycholo-
..T the reaction.
. .mts who
\1 I It IS
absurd and unwise In BU)

If Bll lt.iberl H
Fumess, Kl. a former Clnef Jus-
Uce I Bsrbsdoi nuMta
i dnttons In our Judlclao
then) wa ths tl
rtcs f J u Pretty Dew
The reconunsndatwn was a
cepted ami irnplcmenied. but
what happened? His Honour Mr
I'. A Uvnch. a brilliant )unst.
reUred In diagUlt, rather than re-
turn 1.. the magisterial bench.
Thus, the colony lost the services
of Mr Lynch Since then liow-
. vci was found quite neces-
sary to re-lnttltun this office and
lhe t'ntirp public is in agreement
The-,.- police I. cpls who rtcie
demoted are ot in the favour-
able position to retire In dliguel
but remnin in lhe force an un-
justified disgruntled and dig"
couraied group oi men. BotM
critic will sa>. the rnioluinent n
the same, bui the above case of
Mr l.y: 'i ... c tally answer the
ct Itic. i .mi boping ih.it the Fv cu*
live will review this matter in
the interest of the public I
never read the Calver report,
Init I laboured under the im-
prcsaton that the creation of the
rank of IngncetOI WS
avenue of promotion not re-
trcnchmeiu o( UN man* tor lhe
\>:am what about
the rank of Sub Inspector This
rank also cxbt in Tut
I am hoping to beet coi. Miche-
lin's view |n his next Press Con-
ference
ALBERT MAYNARD
CoUynv n
St. Michael.
The Visii oi* the "Humming Bird"
The I.de Captain Mfe
Ci;.i ani. | well know I
Ian, -vas one uf lbs A) Wg
InduUu to own a private plane
He purchased a ulpo Moth' an i
nametl It the "HUMMlNi.
and flew to many of the I
iii the Windward Group, much
to the enjoyment of tin
tar.lv This love of aviation a>
to coat him his life, for he i<
killed when his plane crashed into
4 a mountain u)
Captain Cipriani desirm* to ity
to Barbados obtained pet
from the proprittotS ol tta
le> QoU and Countty Club" to
UM tha fairway as an air-;i.p
.rl lure at that
tin The nrws sot around lh.it
CaptHln Cipriani would I i i
at the end ol iuly, and
the dale was af'o
the 30th.
Saturday lhe 30th July I9.U
was as beautiful a day as anyone
could wish for. and
talking nf the
Ol the Humming Bird." as this
a the second plane to By
to this Island, It created quit.- a,
stir among the nop
plane was Capt.,
when BO visile.! :
years before while he was on a
fllfht from the U.S.A. to South
hut unfortunately for
him. he crashed In takiDe-
leaving Trinidad.
H Jains. i>ri.i.-ut
All those who could gel awa>
tbelr jobs on a busy Satur-
dey morning couecled at the Golf
t. lub to witness this historic
event; and shortly before 9.3Q
o'clock the cry of "luk he day"
.is heard, and sure enough.
t -main Cipriani and hi* pilot hau
I Island ,-afeiv Theie
"-ic many yuung men who were
interested hi aviation
prewnt to witness this event, and
'' see if this little plane would
land safely on *uch a ground
fhn-of these was Mr. J. A. (Jack)
Skinner, now manager of the
M.irbados Ice Co Ltd, who was
building his plane Mis, Barba-
dos"on the second floor of the
same building now occupied in
the manufacture of 'Bico' ice-
i reani
On the Monday Bank-holidav.
the first of August, thousands gath-
ered to view this little wonder
who had brought these visitors tn
OUT shores, and to marvel at it
who had accompanied
Cipriani, then took oft
and gave the spectators some
ik^IM by his stunt flying, He put
the little machine through a
-t but she reacted well
to every demand, and after some
hedge-hopping" landed safely.
much to the amazement of tha
crowd. The next da>. too pun
took the 'little wonder* back
Trinidad, leaving Captain Cipnan
to enjoy a few more days witl
his many friends In this Islsnd
Many people will remember Mr
Skinner's "MISS BAHBAUOs
because she was on view at n
Barbados Aquatic Club. In tin
ball-room, now occupied by tn-
cinema, from Sundav the 6th I
Saturday 12th of November 1MJ
In the early hours of tin
of Sunday the 13th this little plan.
was towed to "Inchmarlow.
ar) Lane, as tho pasture a
this place was to be used at ar
airstrip. On the afternoon .
Tuesday the 15th. this little plan.
was air-borne with Mr. Noe
Nicoll* as pilot and flew for abou
seven minutes Cm returning t
the landing strip It was seen tha1
black smoke was coming fror
the engine and that the pilot wa
in trouble with the machine whici
was loosing height rapidly Thl
resulted in its crashing within .
quarter of a mile from where l<
had taken off so successfully.
It was not until six years late
that Barbados was put on the ait
map of the world, when K.L.M
(Royal Dutch Airlines) opened
their service between Curacai
Trinidad, and Barbados with their
first flight taking place to the
newly laid out airport at Seawel:
on the lth October ItM.
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SATURDAY. JULY :. HSU
Margi
HAPPY FAMILIES AND
THE ALEXANDRA
His Excellency the Governor told parentg ind puptb
Alexandra School at their speech day on TIiiumi..\
"Often my wife and I have driven pa^t the entrance to thai
schiol and hoped we should be invited one dav to Me ihlkle
I do not judge the efficiency of a school solely on the numb.i
of academic successes. [ look first ;it the appearance o( the
pupils
walk and talk
i boot, their neatness
utt goad aapn -
(ton which wo have gained in
seeing1 tome of the girls a* we
have parsed, his been confirmed
now wc have been invited inside
Miss Laurie who has been llean-
mlstrcrs for many years has set
and maintained a tone in thin
school which is well known |
throughout the Island There n
tribute to a Headmi--
OrOBll thou when an observer pa>.>
a crmphment to the personality
of a girl and receives from an-
il-er Lv-ivir ihe comment. "Bui
b lined at Alexandra."
Congratulations
On your behalf 1 congratulate
Miss Laurie on her report and the
tan* generally and the school on
tag gchteveaMnti of the rear it
Is loo late in Ihtl term to hope for
.t supplementary holiday, hut I
trust lhat the HoodaBIPhraai Will
beat In mirul early next term that
it w. .Id te appropriate to give
the school a holiday In honour of
this Speech Day.
Some people have commiser-
ated with my wife and me that
we rhould have had to visit so
many schools in such a short
period. Although 1 admit that
making a series of speeches of Bug
type i* difficult, we have thorough-,
ly enjoyed ourselves in meeting
so many people and children I
hope I shall nol give offence to th
larger cliools if 1 say that in par-
ticular we have enjoyed visiting
the smaller schools in the country.
There is a family atmosphere Ul
a function of this size and as a
family iv ihe most important unit
of human sorletv. it creates a
feeling of goodwill and ttabllitv
In a community
Tolstoy onee said: All happ>
families resemble each other Imi
each unhappy family it unhappv
In li- own way." There is nothing
satisfying than .. le.ill.
happ> fumih \) wife ;md I have
been privileged In the last month
to share the home life of a famiK
bera In Barbados with four chil-
dren. One fell the affection and
understanding between its mem-
bers, the willingness to do thing*
for each other, the children antici-
pating the reeds of their parent*.
the sharing of a story or a Joke,
and the ready obedience of the
children.
It \RBADOS \nVOCATR
PAOK FIVE
Princess
;aret
Broadcasts
Tomorrow
1-Ml WORLD I ii -I 1 i:i M l of
Girl Guides and Girl Scouts,
which is being held this week at
Oxford, will close wilh a camp-
i.ii' 11.-morrow.
U.K.11. Princess Margaret, who
is the Sea Ranger Commodi
be prent and will give to each
delegate a Message of Goodwill
from the Guides of Great Britain
This ceremony will be broad'
cast by the B.B.C and will Le
heard to- morrow fruis 4.15 to 4AS
p.m. on 25.53. 19.76 and IB 95
metre* The programme will be
repeated on Sunday from 12.30 to
1 00 p.m. on 19 82 and 25 53
metres.
The broadcast to-morrow will be
heard over Radio Distribution
|>AT It: NTS AT St. Peters
a7 Almshouse will be able to see
B Show given by the Mobile
Cinema on Monday night. This
part of the Cinema'H programme
for next week.
On Tuesday the Cinema will
give a show on Grazcttes Planta-
tion pasture for th- benefit of
residents of the Fairfleld and
Grazettes area of St. Michael i
Show will be given at Colleto
Plantation yard on Wednesda.
night for those of the Colleton
Plantation area of St. Lucy.
The Cinema will pay | vrit t.i
Cranes Pasture, Christ Church, on
Thursday and give a performance
for residents of the MttOM Hill
area.
The final engagement for the
week will be a performance at
Wiltshire Playfield. St. Philip for
people of the Wiltshire area.
The current programme of the
Cinema includes the "British
News" which gives scenes of the
the West Indies Cricket team in
England. "How to Live Weil" and
"Come Saturday" picturing week-
end life in England.
MANY OF THE hawkers that
were formerly in the Probyn
Street 'Bus Stand have now re-
moved in tne 'Bus Stop in Trafal-
gar Square. This 'Bus Stop was
erected for the use of passengers
awaiting 'buses going in the direc-
tion of Roebuck Street or White-
park Road but now that the
hawkers block the pavement the
passengers find it difficult to alight
or get into the "buses
The hawkers seen yesterday at
this spot were selling mangoes and
sweets.
Al'.iiu K 1UTCHINSON of
Pine Hill, St. Michael, re-
ported the loss of a goat valued $50
during Wednesday night. He told
the Police that it was removed
from his open yard.
The loss of a nheep was re-
ported by Gersman King of Bush
Hall. He also told the Police that
his sheep was removed from the
yard on Wednesday night
THERE WAS ONLY one IranV
offence recorded yesterday. A
charge was brought against a
motorist for parking in a restricted
area,
A BICYCLE valued $35, which
was reported missing by
David Jones of Fontabelle on July
22, was found In a field of canes at
Cottage, St. George on Wednes-
day.
Jonea told the Police that the
cycle was removed from the yard
of the Globe Theatre
AN ACCIDENT occurred
Trafalgar Square on Thursday
Iwtween motor car M 254,
owned by J. N Goddard and
driven by William Meder of God-
dard's Restaurant and a bicycle
The Harbour
PoUceinan
AND HIS WORK
nan i
CADETS PARADE at St. Ann- Fort on the lir-i da]
ol their Camp
I have come away from that
home free of all the cares of office
,.ini full of happiness and good-
will If ..II homes were like that
c ne. then indeed the comn
Of Barbados would be a model for
the world.
And if all communities w
as happy, there would indeed
world peace.
The point of telling you this is
to emphasize the Important part | her right leg
that homes play in the develop-[treated he
Alexandra Head Asks For
More Spacious Buildings
Welct;miin; the Qover&OT and Mrs. Savage lu the Alexandra
School Speech Day on Thursday. Miss I.auric, the Head-
mistress said:
I realise how strenuous and tiling the he-' three greeks
have been for you with their spate ol Speed
should not have been at all surprised if I had learnt that
Your Excellency was laid up with a relaxed throat, and
Mrs. Savage with a stiff right arm; how?ver my fears have
heen ptnindbea, and I am delighted to tee you here appar-
ently quite strong and well in spile of yOUl past arduous
duties and cheerfully ready lo perform :!.< p
------ Each Speech Da> is milagtoM
on the road that the school travel*.
we pause f tows with
mourn over defeats, to assess our
negde, ana to make fresh resoiu-
UofU (01 the future, and so to-
I PIOPOM to tell y<
thing "f the work of Ihe school
in the year Januan -.!>, .
IMt
Siv Pan s.t. Ruun
tight pupiu were Mb
the School CertMcaU) examina-
tion; of these 6 obtained a eartlfl-
cate, 3 hemg placet! in Orade II,
one i>r ihem with exemption front
too London Matriculation exam
Inatton, and ;i In Orade in Two
girls reai hod Distinction
in Scripture, one .f ihein belli .
pum ad lad among all l
-andldatcs in this nibjoctj nd
two othei mil.-, in a rot the Si i
place in Art in the island. It
was a ilisappuintiiiuiit that n<>
* On Pase 7
Appeal Judges
Dismiss Case
ment of a community and the de-
Prrataees of their success and that
of the community on the girl* and
women of Barbados
Opens The I>oor
.Although the happiness of home
life does not depend on education,
education does open the door to
ider interests. As I said the
other day. the more you learn at
school the less in after life you
will be bored. You may findas
I myself certainly found that
however able and devoted your
Uachers may be. and as indeed
I know they arc--quite a bit of
row rtudhM i.t school may seem
in you to be pretty dull.
But what I do urge you to re-
alize is that. In the years after
you have left school you will ap-
preciate that what seemed dull at
the time has in fact served as a
foundation for, or a gateway to.
endleas interest and delight
Take, therefore, all the interest
ycu possibly can in your lessons
here and now and 1 am sure
that many of yon do take a great
deal of interest in many or most
of thembut if you cannot find
everything equally Interesting, re-
member always there is no wrap
of knowledge that you acquire
here that may not be of the high-
t p..,sMt>le v.ilue ;.> v.,u anil to
The dacatton ol Mr H, a
Talma. Magistrate .if Duttrid A"
l*oilce Courtuh,. ordered Kl-
udge Chandler nt Hank Hall to
pay a line Of M and % ftail
It. be |iaiil hi 14 da)
default undergo one month*
Impriaoraneni foi . -ni tmg bodily
barm on Kim i K.*-ve also ol
Bang Hail on November in. 1949
reversed yesterday by Their
Mi M A Vauglian
and Mi j w h
Judges i>f .be Aagartanl Court ol
Appeal
Their Honours dl.smise,i (he
case wiUiout prejudice y\.....
Reeves said on November 10. I49
ggg w.is pulling up grass at a
spot not far from Chandler*!
house. Chandler came out of his
house and hit her ion with a hie
ing with
hi wife
She gpoko to ChandTHr and MM
him th.it he had no righv to
ucn .1 thing and he tuned 1
struck her with the ho* across
Later Dr Payne
the blow.
Cadets Go
Into Camp
Ml i>k vJtb thou heads up-
right and swinging their arms, the
Barbados' Cadet* who eatarad
t.iitip ve>lenl,y lor the first day
oi thru atghl daya1 rtaj ai m
AmVi furl were raen on the
Barracks Square receiving in-
rrora R I M 1 Browno
Tha das began with Ihe boys
being allocated to their various
'inch there was a
.'ion on laying kit Oui-
ng the perimi tm break, the boy*
mro lean assembled In groups .
they talked about camp life A
shout lioin the KS.M.1 informe
them thai it was time for work
Dd in moinenl'> tune. Ih.
Ifler and iinxiou-
werc ready for further instruc-
ting the guard was then
n. and tin* was done b.
squad of cadets
Mr. D H I.. Ward who iippear-
1 on behalf of Chandler after
cross-examiniNi' Roevei notntod
MX that Dr Payne did not gay
whav the bnn-e could have been
caused by. The only thing thai
00k place w-as a bit ofl> talking
with Reeves' son In which
t, handler spoke to him concerning

Mr Ward further submitted
that a blow denlt with the fofee
such as Reeves had told the Courv
Mild haw t.i^-n raiih n. ,-,,,., 1
by a doetOI
Their Honoon told R* .
r.. .m m- not sure whcllicT Nhc iad
been tniek with a h< e or nol nnd
thai then wai 11 oartaln amourM
of doubt in ^lieir minds Tlic
doctor had noV inven the cause of
he bruise and that wy the '"s"1
Ihlng in thl
owneu bv one Agard of Jackson others when you grow up both for
and ridden by Wllbori Stoute of the ordinary practical reasons of
IJppoi Eagle Hall.
Stoute fell and was injured. He I
vent to the General Hospital '
where he was treated and dis-
charged.
The rear wheel and fork of the
cycle as well as the radiator grill,
right head lamp and left park
lamp of the car were damaged
WIIII.fr: I'.C Ml lll'RULK ..-
on duty ami BeUovUh it
about II.IS p m on Thtrrada) ha
aw a flash of lire from an electric
wire at Uie end of a pole He im-
inedlauriy telephoned the Electric
Company who had the wire
mended.
J. Central Station which was re-
cently extended and renovated, is
aoarty completed Painters were
oi-cupied painting the roof beams
yesterday.
CAPT. <\ t:. RAISON and hi
Puttee Band elll give a Sprcin
Proeramme of Music at the Prin
Cat Alice Play mg Field tonight nt
7.4ft o'clock
day life and becau
enable you to appreciate
fully the fascination of this com-
plicated but endlessly varied and
hich
live.
12 Cunt's Filed
Against Prisoner
< .liirl Jllllgt' < .rant
Application
IN tiik Court 01 chaacai
I His Honour tin- ( liu
Judge, Sir Allan I'ollyinorc, grant-
ed an application toi dteree
npralaanienl am ale of ^,5Hd
Miuare feel ol NUMJ and a dwelling
house at Bfxters Road, and I.9M
square feet of land and a dweUtDgj
house at CheapSKie in the suit ol
C II Williams et al iI'I.k iff
and K D. Mottley (Defendant).
Mr. w W Aooce, K'
. by Messrs Hutchinson ant
Iiuntlcld represented the | t;tTv
In the same irl It, II mm.
granted an application I
for appraisement and .sale ol three
two rooda >
Worthing View. Christ I
Dm suit of M 1. liuskiason.
executrix of Ihe will ol N
Eversley. deceased, versus .1. 1
Hi.ez a (Defendant >
n both etaai the Ragaatrar
handed In a report of the LI-
affecting the suits.
mark of a llarboui PoUc
vorj often not as spectacu-1
lar as that of his land patrollu.i
eountecpart, but his rob

. u tint n out* '"
iho Btrne four-hom p> 1
the same short and lOnj
: a, perMi
But if the local harbour pubCi
man's work is not spectacular 1
Uniform is picturesque It dab
bark to the days of Lord Nelso>
and Colonel R. T. Michetm Con
of Mica Mid
r raalerday that he has ne pi
t" 1 h.uige It.
3 Launches
.1 Harbour Police carry
no Inapi
1 twa It .onsists i.f y>
launches
,! I I .
UM In addition ther. 1
ah 1. in n
reeaaaji
The i-iiiiihes ntrel > arluda Bi
wraughoul tne daj and mght. an '
iHiat iHilrolling of the eareenin
1 tatned at all tinge 11
Harbour Police attend the arny;..
and departure of all shipk thai
visit this port. They patrol Ih
waterfront and are maanl) eo
eerned nh the preveaoon
'iinignliug and thefts of eargi
being landed from lighter-
ColOgtal Muhelin said he hope
1! WOUld *oon be posslbl* !
the Harbour Police launch)
1 quipped with wireless BBtal -<> thl
th. v could be contacted ..t .'
timei during their patrol
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Sim nbxt'rrtnl
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il...a :).! ROLLS The Made Ml hollow-
ul .an Ih> 1 mi-) 1 -'tapped at leisure Bach blade
sr or loiim 1 at, 1 a'i ( replace.1 with a new one
u/hj lufrti s,, mucb aacomforl when you can
, 1 bj using A ROUat
ALWAYS OUTAlNAlll.r:
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KNIGHTS DRUG STORES.
.\pi.ime-1. after which
e company was dismissed
Having received tbell instruc-
ns. the boys studied off to then
quarten and were heard discuss-
1 what the) should do when on
o-l duty
Mt Of the day Iielng a bob-
day, the bcrj smarmed the rocre-
alion room Whn 'hey spent the
playhu] indooi 1
fivk ghlpa wer,. u port r> net
-.- ,da>. They were the SS Ladv
rhe bugle ca I Rounej. CM s. passengei rretahtei
Twelve cases were yesterd.
lilisd against AJonza Gaskin
Passage Road for the embeucl-
ment of a sum of money totalling
21 Ss. which mg Riven to him
for David Pile. These cases were
adjourned until Septi
Magistrate Walwyn.
at present serving a term of
liis..nment for a similar offence
at Glendairy. The money wm
given to him during the months of
April. May and June.
12 Wilh Admitted
To Probate
The Weather
TO-OAY m
Sun Rises: 5.38 a.m.
- mi "i- G : \' m
Moon (Fall) 28th
YESTERDAY
Rainfall c< odrlnglon): NU
"l ..Lil for Month to yester-
day: Ul las
Temperature (Max.t: Bg.5*F
Temperature iMin.i: -< I
Wind Veloelty: II miU-. per
hour
Uind Direction: E by N.
Barometer: <9 a.m.1 5.S
(3 p.m ) 29 ftv
Population Up
219 In June
(;f.or<;eti>wn
Uve-buthi ragdatered havlnd
oeeurrrd n lieorgetown during
the mouth of June. 11150. number
2P9. Of these 80 were born ,f
parents with residence outside the
City, leaving a net total of 21S.
The >till-births registered num-
ber 50. but only 22 of these are
debitable to Georgetown.
Total number of deaths regis-
tered in the City in June was 175,
including 94 of persons, coming
from OUtatdO Georgetown, who
died in Georgetown institul
and nursing homes. Added to
81 actual city residents, an
of Georgetowners who
died at the Mental Hospital. Fort
Canje. Berbice. and this bring'
total lo 88.
DID NOT LIGHT LAMPS
For not having lighted lamps Ul
the car T-W on III
G. H Grimth imposed a 10a
fine on Gilbert Nurse of Jen RUD
Lane. The Uie |fl 10 ba |
THE wills of 12 peoph
ITohate h> H'
the Chief Judge. Sir All l
more, in the Court of Ordinary
ber 20. bvtyegtarday. Their names to
Gaskin isl norvl Henna Blackmail. Carotin-
Simmons. Inez Willlamlna Id nerl
.lane Eli/nl--th Matilda Itudder.
George &iwin Olton, Willian
I.ong (St Michael); Noel Gar-
r..way Gowdey. Annie Allamby
'Christ Church): Waltrr Coond
enchlow 1st George); lagaei
Nathaniel Wright 'St PhlUp]
Gladys Albertha Himlr
1... Bqulrei (St John)
i'lit'Windows'
Are Untidy
MANY mothers who live it. |ha
I 1 1 Bun l ...
Rood lake then children u 1
an hOUl
m iho h-v Streel iv-piauaur |i
h at lhai tune ol the astfsninft, too
thai workmen who Uva neai 1 ,
jei.ix upon tii<' oenlaaada seaii* to
anjoi -' oumH ivnoaa
WHh UM wel'-k (i be.....
reen turf, mall Bower
.ii low h
iuin un. uhh and nuraoi
:i carrs I lo rout)
there Other "windows" by tin-
sea along the Una itrOOl ITg
I ' Ol .:......
These newly
arc In oven more thickly populated
araej but mothei of UV
told thi- AdviN'ste v. ' rday that
UM] would prefei hi '.a> a'. hor>
nl to go Ihi
iongei dtglaaea to the geptanade
rathei lhaa tehe then phlldren lu
tidy placei
VI ton to rieh fi
relatives at the heepltal
"kill time" around the wmdov '
' 14 tha Eya Departmcit
when they are early or tt
many, b/t
t very comf ot
' 1 to be around i>i
ting into a sick room
Tru-i are hush anil hi l|
. ihal -wind. 1
rusty pipe rut
a Th- thai
n
B s Hrrane, Dutch freight-'
UM SS MeranacguU of u
Moore Mi Cormack line, |m
Harrtaon Uaei specialist gnd lb
SS. City of Dieppe ul th, Mai
Ina'
The Rodney left during iliu Dial '
for Canada with sugar, molasses
and rum while Ihe oilier TOUT <
.. lumplcii' discharging
tneir cargoes.
Flour, cold storage meat and
applaa, buttai and vartoua othei
items 1 if hmd were among tti
cargo discharged by these ships
n 1 Baj a e busy with lagmehet
and lighler* going to and from
the ships.
Suiikt-11 Boul \<1
Vol Recovered
The
I.
1 Hinoeo" owned \>\ 41 .>..i 1 |
Aubrea Quint)......1 Sopot 1 Lan
St. Philip which sank on Tuet-d..
With its new of three about IS
milea off the shora --f st Philip
nw 1.ut ret been lecovered.
The crew were llshing when
hi/'h \Miids ami rough seal broke
UM Hb of the la.at toppling it ov.i
I'l Orinoco" IS HiMUed log
$100 00
Hi^'onl Crop
f.^UH now I.
Depertrnard <>f s.,
1 uliun l 1 record
year of 158.1HA tons of
eluding Fancy Mnla -
2,000 UMU over that of the pre>
OUS record of 1U30 The yield lie ti
was irifl.iH3 ton*.
nd il tin
...at Agn
ugai
14 days or 111 default m.u.-r. 14
lays' hat 1 labour.
FINED FOR WOUNDING
Two lines of 10s. in 7
and 20s. in 14 days were imposed
on Verona Collins of Heckle;
Road, by Magistrate G. B. Grimth.
and Alfred Harewood or Hold*
Land by Magi.-tr.de C L, Walwyn
when they were botn found
guilty of wounding Doris Browne
and Archibald Rock on July 26
and 20.
Magistrate II. A Talma imposed
a line of 15s. to be paid m 14
days, on Peter Harding for black-
guarding along Roebuck Street,
a public highway on July 13
FINED 15-; APPEALS
Clarence Cummings of I-emon
Arbor, wa; lined Ifh when Hag-
intrate H A. Talma found him
Kinlt> Of stealing a quantity
wood valued 2a. from Frederick
Bandlford on May 5 Cummlngi
who has numerous conviction*
appealed against this
Sgt. Parrls who proseuted. alsc
gave notice of appeal
40f- FOR ASSAULT
Rupert Allcyne of LOdgM Hill
was yesterday ordered to pay a
fine of 40s in 14 days, when hr
pleaded guilty of assaulting P C
Brathwalte while on duty on July
?fl. Dofora Impoalna *
Magistrate C I. W.
ii iVtckham Steed ipreJcfiio Brathwalte that that particular
'. Press'* in a BBC offence was becoming a habit, and
Orerscfli prooTomrne. the policemen must be protected
Convicted; Dischurged
ar-oad W<
Of Chapman 81X0*1
nd dial h.uged when he
, 1 i Walwyi
i, thi bnveay of j quantilj
valued 8d. from Wcsle
Hall Boys' School on July 27
Magistrate C. L. Walwyn warned
him that the next time he appeared
for such an offence, he would be
sent to prison.
TRAFFIC ISLANDS
TOO EXPENSIVE
W hiil Is Journalism?
-I. AS AN old Journalist, can-
not accept off-hand the view that
loitrnaiism is .1 |)i<,ft-sMon I think
it i* it once an art. a vocation
and a ministry No amount of
professional training will lit a
man to be a true Journalist unlest
he feels that his duty is to inform,
to enlighten, and to guide the pub-
lic through his newspaper, without
forgetting That his power to do *n
depends on the industrial and
id sides of newspaper
lentcrpri
Teachers, Parents
Hol npils
its and parents of
of the St Silas' G
St James held a meeting
..1 foaterda] 10 dm
bow they could co-opei.'.
it of the school children.
In her address to the 1
. 1 I .-.;.. I

I,ini 0UI Useful i ind told Ihe
I
I
1 tha
Iten an 1 Ihen -. hi*.I II
and .xi hanged itgg* I
. .. ,
Governor Makrs
3 Appointments
Can 7 Shoot
LONDON.
Major General Cyril Frederick
l 1 ti
ol Britain' Bouth-Weat Dtatrtet
and noted m <* man told an ij
id) rhe Hritish Arm% I llti Ot
Speaking ai Dorcht let
.....sinan said:
Ii only the Army GO I
bit i ttoi era ihould be well on
I U> < haiing up the Cnin-
* ruble m Malaya
: Bi '1 I Ai'.iv uaod in ihh
I Bra [nutting Array
>.t nut ai kforu
nd aftei wai not appl
todaj
1 kdded thai aDotaai
.,f tin A '1 .
hip Ha raid
ti,> h no diniuiity In pte-
..'!, 1 but
. g ,<
1, "mi- .1
Ueuten
M no) lh# r.ajor-gemr t
: ghllag " tti
In Malaya but lh
poraloi leeoad lleutenarrt
men *'
ts.s.
SPECIALS
YOU'LL
APPRECIATE
?
8m,ill Shnprt in Smart Suit--
.1 $4.00 and U 17
C^Uon Scwwba
A Lovely Rung? of Designs
"... $2 10
(pLcudk iBaqA
In Black.
While in
Blown Red and
W 73 $3.36
SEE THEM
ON SHOW
AT
HARRISONS
BACK AGAIN
Three Stars
SWEDISH
Matches.
-ti UCtUTOJ
GBOROBfl >WN
ot weald uae le Ii
toks of jeorgetow
replacing
nth permanent
l d
attractive traffic Islands
written the Mayor BI
Council asking IMB.
I otU
Replying to UV
Council apart from expl.
their finances at the pn
not permit them to contribute,
"nt thai
porl
the tine-, f ....
in the City,
addition that Trafflr control la, by
rely In the bands of
rhe Coum.l con-
siders th* the pendi-
ture for
Islands should be borne entirely
ment.
Mis Excellency the G
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ind sin, a -
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CONGOLEUM
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Flour domes
Some I6R76 bags
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from Vaaeouver
MormarcHlf
this cargo and is oxpi
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FIBRE DOOR MATS
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PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, JULY M, 1S0
HF0RY
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BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
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HEA8D ABOUT YDue.HI6H ~~
POWERED HOUnM*
pubucnv stunts
NOW.MR NAPOUON,(SCOlONEl.
VOUADMITTHS > BUT DIDN'T
KIDNAPPERS WERE {HAVEANVTUINSl
suitesvwiuibeM iodcwitm.-
AMI
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
rMDOWDU LIKE THAT'.'IWOOf
THE HIGHEST PRICSD STABS IN f
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amp nobodv a ^k^"^
beiieve ;' jj]9h iwiLtow/

I Christian Sfienre ,
Specially designed for Barbados, this
Black Patent Oxford is now on show in
leading stores. See them for yourself.
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i *. r4. borrow .i. *
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End Rheumatism
While You Sleep
heading Room
I'mm i') am.2 p.m
TuMuaya, WeUneni-TB
Frldaji
to a.m.12 o'clock'
Sniur uiyt
> a>Mn ia> Klkl* ami
i* r-hittiui. s true* iMl-boo.
..-.. vd H'.oh warn mi U
. MrWw k) >4II BALCI
j ixi. borrow made by
JOHN WHITE
MwnfM. I Oi-0
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W IMhM IN w <* ir*'*
It* (e l iovi iu* ol ma ireuelr
rtM CiMh mianl la aptciilu om(*iro>a
oath*. uu an4 (n *m, .. -inn.
iik* Mh aoi - hiU a ,-..'. !< ,
iMi >rM*n mMt. OuMkli '>'" <" <^- -
aim hareatul ar aMfmi Jrui i'aa
arki in "Bja lo too raaf liouktai
i main lillina lha K'oi* whlcli ai allacaint
oai Kidn m Iwo naora. yat la t*aaauul> harmkii m
I Orli naof haklth-AaWrkjlat. Oadlr |lao"-
oua arida ailh -hUh TOar ayMaan Ma I--
<*im iuralfd
I Hlr>nfIiiam and l*lBilf>ai*a iin I H"v>
n(*tl< I roan Ida tk*W*a ol dtaaaaa-ktlaia
an in* cVlKal* llliri oitaniian. ana Mlmn-
talaa Ih* a
Mpatl. aM. t .
Uaaa / A.M aa /or (," '
auaaVri ttai HuilM i(" I
Hi InaCiIlkil It Ihtf ''- '(
-.uia" aldl r ..-i tfauv a
G.a-a-lts. I P-- Ycai I
^m or Momt *-
I cnarplHal'.
Cystex;r.
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IF YOl WANT TO GET AHEAD
GET A
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|MMI.. MmI IIMIOMATISM
R QUALITY PAINTS
S P^USSON SON ECOITD-BMMDOS
MoRf goods in ... AlOflE promts ouc of this
modern /Vlorris Commercial
' iWtfp) p.rt-.hty M,rntrinB fritm taiKti of
..* itrab Wh) not U] tTjiuuir
0> No c>* ttr.in no-- I laid io Jtir
iIim lnvr "Ihanh'loyOu siil Opt ret1
RM i ntcr h tthoin it afim
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Optrex
eye lotion
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i TWnm ofrhrrvf nd hMa
lininfl thoaU he hrilrh. i-r^
lOlour ti ihr> are rrd <>i irrw
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VOUI *v*l nwd tTaaWWUfWl
rtM priVJuC-KTl in thlk MiWTM-t*OQilTICTClaI 10 CWI. akatMaal A
* ilu* .Hiicoanc of careful tevarch irtoUip re 'ji ihf *1J Their need* rwvc ln mei vriihxwi exception. Inrrturuliiv
lujrmieeJ S* ihe honoured name it ranr* a NntteM pr d
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- i .jl>fit:.-uunh hiding d.r.
h >ic>.'ning rnr U4ur< and low
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Phone 2385 Sole Distributor! Phone 4504


SATURDAY. JULY 29, 19S0
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE SEVEN
CLASSIFIED ADS. Alexandra Head Asks Larger Building
IN MEMORIAM
July. ISM
Dave at -orrtn. I
s-rret Han .i.
For um*< hat b-.>iyttii i
ftM minion,, a|
IN lOVI.ig
lax ml *,lt*->. HrNHlFTTA
knoon aa Sifc. who paaead
July ISM
My Sorrow and hurt arh*
No i
iOII BENT
.TO
DIM Ki

Ha*, mat
I T SO3n
No on* > Mi
My Dear oii*> 1
Tea .,.. i ' :
F p ii ..i
,n MM ... .
TWO HOUSES I,t
i.i.hrd -in. -. I-M : ".
nd the Ir,
* th ill n Mhn UM D
htMfeH n tllW CU1.I II-.-I i,-
a> i t- I 1 |
i:ooms I jrntnc
out board H if 1* T-
t\ Dm KB*
1 SO1 1 rt
though not .i IUCC8S fou '
I : i ghat results whl
will find recorded on the pro.
gramme relate chiefly to Art. As
IB u] Bf lot i. tfh i imtaUlKM >(
the Royal DtawuiB *Sa I
which I reeeiv-d the report. 'An l
encouraging result. Commcn.iahlv
direct work throuf hout." 44 i
papers were entered; theic were
no failures, and 33 obtained Hon-
.ddilioii 6 pupils >
he R.6.S. Exhibition, j
I'l HI II
ttl
situ j.ii in
A grateful BMW.
Hut O Ktomm !-
T.t ult*. all thy Praia.-
I Howard Olher.
IB 7 SO In
ll -v of our dr-titr
MKlh.. RIUNA JORDAN died M Juis
Ml V.1..I ....
J*h* heard vor*. w* did no* hrar
That Mid th* muA rrt atar.
Mi* taw a hand did ml ***.
Thot bxikotMd bar away
Mi* H ra>I dead
But draping In Jeau>,
She a* nun in weahneea
Shall raiae in power
She waa aown a ivalural bothy
Shall raise a apl ritual body.
(ienlg* mid U>r lleadlrv. H-rll..
Ileen. Miiarent * T SO In
IN *.. to.in. memory of nty i
Of i
i the garden
I da,
tx- M-iunuiTml by lira
ilirnman. Mr* lime Cartlnajtow
OuMa. iChiMreni Noel. Ururce.
Dortt Nun* tN*w Vorhi. <;rtrud.
ormaawL grand dui Ma It* >eat in peae*
Ante-Kan J*p*r pleaae Copy.
I-OH Mil
AUTOMOTIVE
KMOOfll Ona i I i
Engine a> good a i
I
F Motor Boat
ftJMJ |
AUTO rYCI* New Hi.dann Auto
Farmall II
a d h i
Aahford Plai
Tractor and Grata Cutler
I, Apply to M. D. Elliot
tat ion, At John
Bt SO7n
D S A Motor
fmwmu PM
n T.ao41
TKUCK.
A-l l'...l
-. T I
20
i M-i-ll Ul *T It Hi:
Maynard road leading from Wvndo
ii Jeruulem Agricultural Station
loacd to traffic.
Bv ordiT ol th* Commlaaiowar*
| U OIAIJJENOII.
Iimuntor of Hlghwava. SI F*1
It 7 n
gj lruml'.xr.i kM thej ht>\>o t-tt thu
S.;jiI from thi< xehool ill soon be repsirea
rsds 1 cerUhcBle (Hortoun). We ulso rtfM the reslgnatioi
but a 344 boys and girli in Bar- I of Mi Tnmmil .
baring took thia examination. umI many years was our capable Se,
4 of our candidate* obtained a rrtary and Treasurer, and when
place among tin- first M, and the obliged through ill-health to gjlva
A ,rt ltao other two among the ilrst 100. I up these dutiec. remained fur
Bungalow, w-irhe. <*' ">> lh *** WM "uunit wmf time as a member of t'^
ill modem con- j achievement--ft "suece* dWUM (;uVeining Body We wish him
n.any happy years of retuement-
1 welcome the new BMfjB%bai*l.
knows bfcmksc of :h--
House of Assembly and Dr Kii
ton. May I take this opportunity
too. to express ni> grateful thanks
to the Governing Body for their
hind eonaider.ilion and support
of proposals I have put before
Ih.iti
1 should like also to thank
, .-.--..those who have kindly given us
All m tommi-ndcd. lo l*ln. ""nd ' * h~'. ,?"" *"
pi......I in ll..- 1,1 flau and lour Jrlirmcm from the Oovrrnlnt
- in the 2nd Clan. Body, haa eontinued lo ive u
........ l^asue Of Empire Mm 1 h" w* >'"- "" -.
' longs really to this year's work
and not last year's, I will still
that the school won the
Junior Fourth Prize for a Hand-
project, consisting of a
model and a scrap-book IIlustra*
!iii,' Us* landing of the first set-
tlers In Barbados
This work, along with some of
thfj iKTilk'vmk IXBOUtad dujing
UmI >...! tl oo show In one of the
.l.ivs-iuiiiis. and i hope that you
will have an opportunity of in-
.spicliii*; K, afU'i the entertain- I My thanks too. to the Untisb
?nt I Council for their many kind-
Ihuring the >rar I have been ; nesses. They arranged for Mr.
delighted to hrar of .urrem*. John Harrison to give Art-
of my former pupils (;iadwyn I classes and lectures, which seven
Trim in* h.m. who was 1st In pupils and three of the Staff of
MONTHLY
horn a in
.mod _......
.tamp.. No e-pcrlencea
Suitable lor eiUtor * '
. ... you with Stud*nW in
Co|Mil*a and Domlnlona for pen cot-
re-pondmt. gncloa* H at-mp AH
M.-.11 onlr Uka fewi dayi F Parllna-
i Pro-pacl Home. 3 Wlgan Road
NOTICE
OFFICIAL NOTICE
j in
UN
ADRIAN A SCALY
i thieeflfthi
road
mtloned abultli
ne ill 1M4 Chevrolet Tnich
in A|i|ilt Hi I-
Clt>. Telephone XStS
' U 1 2u
VAl'XIIAIJ.. S h
S0a W Ring KvelM.
Ml
ELECTRICAL
COOLXHATOR One Conlerator
PUmtifl
Delei-d^n
Ordar in I
f,nt in the above action mad* on
-3rd day of June IU0. 1 give irtUc*
all p*r-on. IkWlBfl any eststr. right
^r any Uen or liuruirOwcr
afTacling all thai certain pl*ca o. par-
cat of land altual* at Jaxkmam m uu
pari.h o( Saun MHhael and lalsad alore-
+\a twnlaining by admeaaiira-nent or"
-ood fourteen and three Rnh. i*rch
or ihereabouu of whwh srra
of a parcn forma part of
common hercinarte- mrntlor
Aivd bounding on land* now or late i
A CoggUti on land! of Lower E*U'
Plantation on land* now or lab) i
Clirlord Jordan and on a road in con
mutt or however else th* aam* may
bull and bound being the property
the defendani to bring befor* ma an
recount of their -aid clalma wtlh lh'-
wltneaaea. documentt and vouchee*,
h* esammed by me on any Tue-day.
Friday between the hour.
and a o'clock In ~-
Offlt* of th* Cli
Court of Appeal at tha Court ROu-e.
B"dg*lown. before the lltli day of Sep-
tember ISM. in order thai auch claim,
may ha ranked according to the natur*
aixl udorllv thereof respectively. other-
wla* auch person* will b* precluded
from the benefit of the -aid !>*** and
be deprive* of all claim oo or again*'
the aald property
Claimant* are alao noUflvd thai th*>
itttnd the (Bid Court on Wedne-
*ntr>*r lJ0.
ild cUlm
.._ anked
ivn under StJ hand thl* JSrd day
June IftSO
I. V. GILKFS.
Al Clerk of the Anl.taut Court
App*.
.50-
llramkiT has most generously
u-i.
and one for Scripture to the girl
who was 2nd in the kttfsad with
Distinction standard; Miss
BRWM hM given a priie to the
other girl who attained Distinc-
tion standard in Scripture, and
:i.1(-ei/.a. one of our "Old
Girls.1' has given (ion.! I'oiulucl
prize, as a token of her gratitude
for what she owes to her old
school.
Art CIbsso
kg**. dpi
parents. leachiis. cbiiV
It any one strand is
whole suffer* Will you '
gi\e me >dui wlmli -hearted co-
operation I
critu .sin. ... .
listen to Bt|gNfajgiesU ..i I
plaints' from parents
Christum IdtwU
The mind and charade. Of a
obild are like a garden in snick
we wish beautiful a i
plants to grow; but w*
gDOB how iliflienlt the
task is; the weeds spring up sj
fast; there are so DuttU
aajgl psstl that infest the BUBfj
and hinder then health and
btCMtJ
w. .h our childn i
up with Chrtstbu
the true Christian frscos, to
filled with the love of 0
which issues the love of our M
Ii."--iiiae I (Ml UB re is lOO
mm h -elllslme>s ntOfttSJSl ns. tin
world is full of
sion to-day: dispute-, botwsen
classes, betwotn races, bsgwoer
nations, which all ." ti
M.'lllshness Let us tr> to wee i
.'Ul this fault .I'M i. ]...,. H ,.|i
1 thercfiin
FOB p.ueiil' In nun vrlth DM IB
cultivating UMM BBTOV I Im I
we rtavo to tend s.i that the. fna)
be tilled with Christian ftowiTI of
ISNUt] i thnt thev i .
ul ,ii,i :.i.
the community in which we havt
to live
AgnHni.-iit ReMbed SHIPPING NOTICES
i)n Guided MUsilt
Repoti
PfASSAI i. .. .i
ThoGu

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UVttl i
Blfhi

t'l ll, [niniple 1
i UfiSBd tht
dadjjlh o| i;,e BID in- .

lli.- II. IBM in CimnutU-e on Tues-
dBI night
The B
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tion an.I i Itournc i
until today when it |
iii.it tin- Cornmitti i *
tin- sarsMtctod ntn
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MAIL NOTICE
,al-l> Pth "-aptembei
S-Sael l "' "
. UasaSH
fli.t half
M ksa "i
at tiHttaaS tHi..I.
realata hav* ample apace l"
i l iaiit fumn. and seearral rara->
.-plr-t on thmagh mil" I
Ui iranahipmeni al Tnnid.il
BrlUati ihiiana. Windwa-d
F*a larlkei sariualao *aei-:
itfHNBSS WTTMT B CO LTI
Agent*. Trinidad
DA COSTA CO LTD .
Agent a.
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Grenada. Aruba. Curaca..
Sailing Wednesday. Jnd
August ltt%0
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Parr*
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HARRISON LINE
. .1 lUM.n .'RDM TID DHRVD KIM.IMIM
Vessel
KIVKllCi'-EST'
NATURAI ";ST"
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IliaKlKHCHST"
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I-mdon
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London
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l.lV.vl.i
l Mh July
28th July
Mh Aug
Due
Hot! ;!..
30th July
11th Aug
26th Aug
M 17th Aug 311st Aug.
day. the ttli day of SaWatl
10 octock a m when their
OFFICIAL SALE
BAHDADOI ..--
IN THF AASISTAN1 COt'hT
OF APFSAI,
lEuullt-bK' Jurl*dHnloni .
LINDSAY r.RCIl. RYgBUKN OllJ
the i-l*nd in the St. of 1946.
i.i- been training as a tearhrr
In I n-Umi at AmMeslde Col-
Inc. She has lust obtained her
diploma with outstanding sur-
erssi. ami ha* hern appointed
to a post In one of the London
i iinii' Council schools. Marlla
Archer, who has been aludylnr
miuifc at Mc. Gill t niverslty.
oblainrd her diploma last Aug-
UBt. She la now leaching music
la Montreal but will return
later to the Cnivrr-.it> to studv
for the degree of Doctor
Music. She did so well In the
Diploma Fxam thai the Dean
of the I'nlvenrM) is hoping that
die will be awarded a scholar-
ship, i in.! Skinner, who was
one of the first nurse* al the
General HoaplUal to be awarded
a British Council fu-holarshlp
U train in England, became a
State Registered nurse In 1948.
-in then she has taken a
post-graduate rourse In Mid-
wifery, and Is at present doing
District Midwifery In Surrey.
Gloria Ramsay and Viola Babb.
who are training at our General
Hospital, were among the priie-
wlnnera this year, the former
carrying oil the Hyglen*" prise,
and the latter the prise aa the
best Junior nurse.
This year, like most ye..is. RBI
been one of mingled sunshine
and sorrow. I record wilh griof
the passing of Mr Hutson. one
of the members of our Govern-
ing Body, whose integrity of
character, sound practical ability,
won him the respect of all. His
loss has been particularly
mourned by the Stuff, to whose
difficulties he always lent a
sympathetic ear. for he was the
elected Representative on the
Governing Body of the Assistant
1 teachers of this and our brother
schools, the Coleridge and Parry
No RopresentalWe
At present the Assistant tearh-
have no representative, a.*
they have not v. 1 l>een granted the
opportunity to elect his succes-
this school attended with
K'e.itiM uitereM and apprevia- !
lion; they gave a fllm-show of i
Macbeth to the School Certifl- j
CBni Fmni wno were kernlv !
Interested. as they were siudynn;
that play; and they arranged that
Mr. Fuller should visit Speights-
11 i; and give us the Joy of a I
most delightful recital I
I wish also to record my grati-
tude to the Staff for their unfail-
ing devotion to duly and their
loyal help In all emergencies, and
of particularly to Miss Agard for her
itaunch support as Aeting Serimr
Assistant during the absence on
leave of the Senior Assistant.
So much for the past, now
hat of the future" The build-
ings do nol make the school,
they are but the -*hcli within
Inch the living organist
breathes and moves; hut if the
shell were too small, that nrgan-
iii would In- itanipetl and dwarf-
i and maimed We have out-
grown our shell This Hall, as
you can see. is much too small.
it cannot accommodate all the
parents, and LbOM gnls that you
see are less than a third of the
school. We need a new and big-
ger Hall
Classrooms Need**!
We need new class-rooms; at.
present four Forms are sharing
two rooms. We want a studio for
ur Art-classes, and a properly
'quipped room for Domestic
Science, for I feel that every
woman should lie trained in
housecraft. Several parent* have
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irganise them without a qualified
teacher, equipment, and a room to
hold them. One step forward I
am hoping to take I plan to start
a second language, and hope t..
introduce Latin next year.
I have been very thankful to
have the wall which has been
built along a p.nrt of the boundary
the covered-way. irreverently
christened by the pupils "Pig-pen
alley", will now have to change
Its name! 1 hope It may be possi-
ble next year to put a similar
wall on Hie ottMB. IcV
But. ns I nave said, the build-
ings matter far less man the life
that goes on within, and
would remind parents that the
hole of the education we gl
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PACE RIGHT
BARHADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY. JULY 2. MM
Nobody Wants To
Fight Joey Maxim
(By LAWTON CARVER |
NEW YORK
Jnck Kearns, irrepiosMbie iiuna^ua ut Jack Dernpsey in :li<
heyday of The (Onnti heavyWfij{hi chftB | Hid and
about Irvine 1<> land a bis match lor his world lighl-heaw
weight iitlehulder. Joey Maxim.
Nododj- wants any iwit [ ttw
Cleveland 175-pounder
TUe- GAMBOLS
-------------*
Play
W.I.
Yorkshire
Today
THE Bnri Victor) of the 1950
West Indies touring team wu
cored aBklaal Yorkshire at Brad-
ford Tort., Wl Indies will
entrac* this count.v In a return
fixture ..i Sheffield, and II > Ml
to be seen It the tour,-'
the double", j-; l).<> did UBjlttl
I-aneBshire. the only oilier count
with whom tht) 11. v.. ptayad
return llxtiirr. R
In their Bnt win. U i '.',%
Indies evened It. lean i victories
each side now huviiu:
with thru- gHMi beitm BDandonei
or drawn. Today's ani> will therc-
tore be in the Datura oi rubber,
or at least II will ajsn am
opportunity In ffl into the sswd
This will bt> tho tWfnl
itarr.e <>f II Wi
Indies enter upon II with elrran
virtories to their credit, and tw
The dUmt tjghl were
drawn nr abandoned,
A game with Yorkshire. i> an
important Datura on Um card oi
.iny touring team, as this county
h-is been English Champions more
tunes, perhaps, than any other
County. The count) of Leyland.
Herbert SulcliflV and Verity en] i
B (IthtiiiK tradition Which
youngsters are not permitted lo
rorgct or forfeit and today*! ajaaaa
will no doubt l>e another keen
striiejle In the first meeting thin
year, the West Indies h-.l lo tushi
Very Inch of the way. and need-
ing 87 rum to win In Hie Bnal
inning-, our I riettatera lost 1
rkkaU In the procaaa it was :i
bit of a scare, hut we won hand-
somely, and in two asijN
Today the Wast ladlap will
again encounter the All England
captain. Norman Ynrdli-v, and
perhaps Ilutlon. if well enough
But can these stop our boys from
winning again"B.M.
There l not a llght-M
the buune-iK who could give Maxim
u warm i < from Jo*
Lou,, himseji and Ezzard Churl-s
vou can'i name two heavies likely
to whip the slippery dancing-
inaaiaf
Ttw B '< D bl my fellow.-,
in the heavier divisions in recent
years with the boxing class ol
Maxim He u a second rate
puncher (although Kcarns will
argue about this), but he is harder
to hit than a gnat on the winj
and he will jai, and tun* you
I'affy.
H< tar da Todmiu
Unighran parhapa not quite tis
'.lassy ah the PhiUdelphian but
behind aa a boxer.
1-oughran had Maxim'b weakness
toolack of a wallop.
irrantaan
moves in among the heavies. Moat
of the latn-i can punch That
oupled with .. wttajni adgA plus
the rest ol n in reach .ml height
iften will make . fair hcavr-
welght lha nuunae al i good
llSht-m-iiv;.
In the preaonl situation, Oie
next bel luavywelght behind
Louts and Charles It Lea Savold.
whom Maxim could take, along
tilh all Hm
Crichlow Meets
Worme Today
THE Barbados Tennis publ:
have now been given an op*
i,ortunit.v of seeing the leading
local tennis stars in action In the
same tournament
The First Open Tennis Tour
nvsn! now being staged at the
Belleville and Strathclyde Tcniiii
',lubs. makes this possible.
Public support is needed, since
the funds raised Irom those i
pay a s.u)ling on alternoon. for ad-
mission will be used for sending
It Barbados team to British Guiana
tn September
The tournament continual tins
afternoon at Strathclyde at 4.30
p.m. and the fixtures are as fol-
lows;
Men's Singles: coin t No 3
Umpire A. Doughx. D ! Wbrml
varau M P Crichlow
Men's Denates: court No. 2
Umpire Dudley Win r I
Manning and E. T.yiot vttaui
P. Pattei-son and G It. Manning
Men* irhiW-. Court No I
Umpire : E. A. FlUnatrfck Di
Cato and K Atkinson VI J. S B
Dear.
All matches the best of five sets
Admission onl> I -
nootaMsy
It
Hi ir I nidi .v Heats
English Side
Second Round Cricket Polo At The
1 hi.- bee
JANUAItY 189S. lb.
English team to visit this Island,
c-ptained by It S Lucas, plav.-i
a match at Kensington against a
i leant captained t)\ d
Mc Aoley
The English Hhlc outde 4S rUH
in its tirst innings and 168 runs
In Its second innings, total ol
215 runs. Barbados made IOU
runs in its ilr-i Innlngl gi i 111
I wicket.' in .i
I Innlngl a total of 217 run-, a
decided die- |v,,y " a1"' 3 wicke
Ight-heavy
l-ouis < hiirles Hmil
U
'in.i undefaated
. a ill meet Charles, the
Bosdnj Association
hampion, in SeptemDcr and
iavold, the British and European
lille-holdei. probably will bold
out for natch with Hag winner
Thus if the foregoing pattern is
followed. Maxim la temporarily
off the heav> weight
etna, txcepl for possible smali-t
pay day* again*! Ua
Ighters.
There is no sUD) ol immdll.iie
net inn for him among the men BJ
... ! althar, unlaal
luis tandi Charloa ick to the
Ufht-baavywelghl drrtafton, where
he did bJa acufflinf until haaviai
arce and Louts
ratlrad srhan he movad up among
the heavier men
There are no bi^ lighters any-
nere ebt in the world with the
faintest resemblance to contenders
the heavier divisions to add d
lurther loUCti lo IN drought
Yanks rake Over
Englimil's best men were FTeddi,'
Mill*, elimlnate.1 by Maxim for
the world-h|ht-heavy title, and
Bran Woodcock, mopped by
Savold, for British and European
recognition as heavyweight
cnampton.
Elsewhere in Europe everv time
a good man has shoved his head
above tlie pack since the war,
OOat American has gone over and
drubbed him.
Meanwhile, . have not pro-
duced any nne/C BW| of ili.nii-
innnshii! i>otentialltles for the
Immediate futurein this country
Louis Charles. Savold. and Jersey
joe Walcott remain our i>est The
Rocky MarciLiios, Luland Lantar-
,;i- ,iiui cithers of lh.it brood are
.o' i eady yet and. alan. may never
he ready
BROWN SELECTED
ENGLISH SKIPPER
LONDON. JuU 28
F. R. Brown (Northampton-
shire), who will lead the M C.C.
team in Australia next winter, has
been selected t'> captain England
'n the Fourth Teal against lb
West Indies at the Oval, begin-
ning on August 12 Reuler.
CESTAC DEFEATS HENRY
NEW YORK, July i!R
Abel Casjtac, Ai^cmtna. 2J1
in had little difficulty in out-
pointing Art Henry- 184 of Nfw
Vork over eight rounds at Dealer
Park last night Eealer.
County Cricket
Results
LONDON. July i
The results of Count) Cricket
matches today were;
At Manchester. Lancashire heal
Middlesex by W runs ; Ijincashire
itfl. TiUmis 3 for 32 and secondl>
CM, Ortrvai ai. Touruj r> for 63.
litmus S for 05.
Middlesex 209 ,Coopei 51. Hilton
6 for 44 and second!) 123. Hilton
the Mureti
(ftauirdjay i, * ah ilograph ol both
I i. :.pi i..l i-\lii
two week The |
< UM Mu < von this
week by Mr G 11 Y Cox. a mem-
ber >f Qsa team
pear on the mount
The trfigiisn side cengssted oi
R. S. Slade Lucas (Captain).
II. R, Bromiev Davanpoii w n
I' Sewell.
M. Martin Barker, H. L Marshall,
l-cigh lliin.i'. A PttarUj .1 A
Wcalhcrby ami F W Bush.
The local side was comprised oi
Donald Mc Aulry [I
W M. How ell, Lieut R. C'lialleiim.
II Austin (Wanderers Cricket
Club). C. Goodman, t Bkiwiu-
ll o>ie( Pickwicks Crirket Club)
? Leannortd, (Spartan Cricket
Clubl. W Alleyne. (Captain of
Leaward Cricket C'luhi, A Somers
Cocks and G B Y. Cox. (Har-
rison College!
llii- Tlmea ol Barbados g| 30".
January. 18U'>, under the ttMi
England vs. Little EngUmi
1 couple of i .i. i i
in til Btad for the oc-
a*ion were lllled to repletion,
asJoa ,i large sprinklmn of the
lifter sex gracrl the carnival
with their presence, and In num-
bers the old cricketing lalen
j;. thered to cheer our boys in thei
friendly rivalry with the Kn^lish-
Mn The whoa* aoaM presenteo
in animated and picturesque
pesrance. The Pickwick pav
ilid service as a grand stand, ana
nil the talent and ail the beauty
rentred round about n Ofhceri
of the army and from the West
Indian Fleet which is vltHBll
these shores on their annual
rounds, assembled in force
witness the brOwaai of Uiclr
compeers on a West Indian turf
Our citizens, both young and BM
seemed to vU with tadi otha
the array of coloured and vartl-
euloured ribbons which tr
tied for bands around lha fnuch-
m-vogue straw hat. and the UKtla
looking gay. but not gaudy il
t idr j|>ecial costumes of shot-
sllks and summer robes;
{Mtlemer of Barbados an
Fngland some wearing the proper
tioplcal outllt. others in heavie
makes, looking lively and an
'iiusiastic and many an "oli
stager*' aifpearing regeneiate.i It
muthful gear the hoi polol
impler liablts but animated an
ittentlve weuM the mafnlf-
not seen tn ptis
4 foi
30.
Bunoi
eh
rjerhnhlp
Derbyshire 261; Jam<
grkbje 3 for 16 and tacondl) '-
for 4
Sussex 88. Jackson 5 foi fj and
Mcon.il> 3Rii foi i daeland, John
Land At Bournemouth. Wmfhamplnn
shire beat Hampshire by 158 runs
Northamptonshire 12B. Dare 5
'nr 33 and tierondly 321 IW K de-
claieti Itrookes 91. Livinuston 53
Brlcc not out U
Hampshire 114; Clarke 5 for 36
and secondly 180. (larhek 4 for
22.
At Lord's, Gentlemen-Tli. v.i-
match was drawn.
Reuter
M-Daj Hike Race
PaWs
nance is In the rhldal ol H
.iniu.il sport- unhaaval tiv
daUonal blcycli race The rat.
is the chiefand norm.u!
iMb t cooveraailon (or mor
than uiree weeks.
The -Tour de Franee" got awa>
IhUyear on July 13. and will win*
up August 7, or 22 laps and mil
lionN of wonls later The II'
entrants will he followed by twi
rnotortted carvana, each of mun
han N irartlclaa. can irini etoi
nurses. Journalists and well
Tour .nr,Monties already hav
reserved more than I0.000 nightl
lodgings throughout the 2.500-
mlle marathon
niTorfta wm Olno iinrtah. 0
loranca, Italy, who won eeond<
place honors UI last year's tour
Hll runoing-mate and last year's
winner, ftunto Coppl who wai
showing his heels to the Mai
pean 1 ydisti ibsi spring,
in- mi the Bhse*Unaa with a had
legINS.
They'll Do It Every Time
T= MAIN lU.ae IN TWE P^AM HOUSE WAT
QUNSy WILL ERECT S A feaftSEWENT f=DR
I HIS aA/ROOM. MIS.'VES,THAT'S CORRECT.'
By Jimmy H.itlo
^EE THE FINISHED PROOOCT-WiTfc Pl^RNACE,
TUBS ANP BIN^ND EVERVSOpy EASE'S
sTUN<"BUT qUlNSV CANY 6ET lM "
Games Start To-day
1 und 11. tin- Firal and IntormedttM cricket
I da3 Playlnj Use Bral umi since tiie season
. led Empire will mei Pickwick al the Oval and ih_
neshman" in the team is the tall bespectacled pacer.
Barker, who is making his debut in the first division.
Lost scum Barker did very well
10 the Intermedlata Dti 1
Poliee Carl Mullina wUI be th-
Wliai Will
(riissir Wear?
(H\ I.\WTON < MIVIK)
NKW YORK.
1 in fancy pants worn b) Mis:
1.-.I such
that th<
-:M.s lawn Tennis Asso-
mn apaculatas la an official
1 mi what iiK.y be expect-
ol her in Ihe way ol
Uime in tiie forthcoming L' s
cruunplonshlpa.
The staid and It arch)
I'SI.TA r e t r a r e M
Morun's earver a.s the wearer ot
I uts and propounds this
irious ojuaattoB
"What new treat in tht was ol
costume will Gorgeous Gussie
Moran have for tennis fans when
the National Championships are
leld at Forest Hills, starting
August 27th?"
Perhaps they han BOl thought
>f asking MlM Hot
: thai .n|(. to BM .l I'-plv .is >ii It
:ould be that BO t.o ahl
'n-d by the wl ll
A'ill dictate her rlolhniK for the
Nationals
Big AilrncliiM.
Wa know loi
in this
mallei ol hu aj parel 1 lhat
the gate reeeipt sive. The U.S-L T.A
is not unmindful of this highly
important phase <
tennis business.
Hence this release on Miss
Morons fancy pants The com-
munique goes on to say;
"A year ago the comely Cali-
tdrniao eraati d .1 sen
Wimbledon when she apfX it
the court* In a Ian--triniti.<. gu
ment. That made fi"iit p
in London and st^id family
journals all over the United
stales, it 1U0 made Mi Moran
me of the biggest attrn
iroman'i tennJj'
can say lhat again mid ug.nu and
yet rtK.il" It so hap| -"I. mat Mun
Moran Is one of the be*t-looken>
ill the business with the eutest
little Bianaarhtnu on lbs court,
nd more of an attraction than
some of lbs drab doiu who are
her superiors ag players
The US L.T.A observes
furthai
Last M.i I (ioi 1'< 1- < Inssn
did It ngain when she wore
blnek shorts In the Kgyptlnn
championships in Cairo. The
11 wapaperi were Bnad with it
ad pa 1 I cema out tn the
lo have .1 look whether
1 M anything about
rhea in the recent wim-
Miv
Vforan hal mmethmt;
, ore sin- came 01 the centei
ourt In what were described as
'apple pie" briefi aralped
n ouml the eilires "
She Has Ability T.m
Consideriit): the
might assume that \l
would not (buj u necaasar) '<- ba
lUa t.. play tennis. All she need
HEMS ul INTEREST
l.i ApricoU
tin-. 1*1 in .|i|>h' Sliced
Tin* I'iurapple CulM't
Tins rrutl Salad
Tins Apples
I ms Hems Hllb I'ork
Tins Mixed VeirUblrs
Tinm Shred m..i-
TIiin Sli.rd Beet
Jars Marmalade
Slrauberr> A Rasplterrt .Ijhi
ir.iin-.- Jam
Phgo. Vermaee.
Tin* 1 1.......!
STUART SAMPSON
.19,
their bowling attack
looking forward
' ' wil; .....n tirst
ideal
Today is the 1^: day for all
Bacoi 'i Dtvlsaoo BMtehaa,
'"he lures ore'
First Division
. rai.pire at the Oval.
l^odge \. Wanderers, at Lodge.
Curlturi vs ("omhermere, at
Carlton
POlfca vs College, at Queen's
Park
The team- an aa N.ilows:
Plekwick A. M. Tavlor (Capt,)
<'. 1. ui-.. h Evelyn n King,
H JoKdau. E L c Hoad. H.
Kidney, J Marshall. L. Poster. G.
Blrkett and B Innlss
Empire C Alleyne, O. M
Robinson. E A. V. Williams. E.
Millington. R Barker. II King.
D. Grant, N. Symmonds.O Fields
and C WUeon
Carlton 1
Hutchlnaon,
Garrison
pidytt.
[ A C.i.enidge. F.
N S Lucas. D. I
Lawless. J W Lawless. K.
Hutchinson. D. A Williams. K. B.
Warren, E W Marshall. A. W.
Bdffhni and P Hutchlnson.
Combarrnara 0 it Knight,
'i n Wllktnaot < s Orant,
F. Nnvilh. E A. Coppin.
0 II lletkle-. t) V Elliott. E. G
Adams. N E Murrcll. Mi S '
Smith an'. 0, M Harris
J W Byer. W. A Fi.rmer
C. Mullins, C Blaekman. B. D
iforrl I Warner, C Bradshaw. (memhers
F. Tavlor, C Wiltshire. E Greene'
and E. Dtawitar
College V C. Smith, C. W.
Smith. J A Williams, C. N-
Blacsunan, R, U Rock. N. G.
Worm* M D. Mayers. II F. King.
.1 A Orbiu, N. Harrison and Mr
so c Gittens
Intermediate
Empire vs Pickwick, at Bank
Hall
Y.MPl vs Spartan, at Berkley
Road.
Windward vs Cable *nd Wireles
nt windward,
Wanderers vs Mental Hospital,
at the Bay
Second Division
Leaward vs Pickwick, at Fosters
Combcrmer.. vs Y.M.PC. Bl
('iiiiilHiniere
College vs Lodge, at College
Police vs Foundation. It
inundation
Regiment v Corlton. at
Garrison ; Thoi
Empire vs Central, at Vaucluie. J Dl
AGAIN a Chukk,
on Wool in...
Polo gIOl,i
lor the fact that witn m
......--l:. ,.i;. ... ......
nd to play pracUcaUy
cntng without a rhanaa The
Ulg playe. on \s
was Elliott w*lllkams .1. 1 Um
eldaal player in the Club and ..
veteran cavalryman of the llrst
World War Not only has he a
gcod eye and a powerful drJvfJ
but no playei leels that m ha
much Iraad an whan Willis 1
marking bun \>i' Deani on
new horse going to be tan <>i
the top players. His mount i;
exceedingly fiu>t and ineiiiusl |i
ba more fond ol the gallop than
in following the ball, but Vero ll
an artist at couiiolliiig a spirited
horse and already his animal baa
oegun lo realise that he ran t hav*
nls way with such a ina-ter
ais back. It Is good to see Join
H .iii-i lull playing llm season lor
1 lomi o( the game, and
If he keeps it up he should c*T-
iiilnly be in the line-up for selec-
tion when it comes to representing
Barbados against teams from
abroad Nick Parraviclno Is one
uf the youngest members and one
of the kcene-il. bul like Andrew
Arthn: and Keith MHl.ville. bfa
pony is not good enough to com-
pete Nick would have a great
future on 1 better horse Andrew
Arthur seems to have inherited
some of the skill of
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Jul; 30
^uttuau
a&uwate
si \ 4 m'
RED GUNS FORCE G. I.'S BACK
/V. Koreans Advance
Against Kumchon
Russia Returns To
Security Council As
''Champion Of Peace"
(By Mlt'HAtl. FBI )
LAKt eU~v,x.sS. July 30.
'J'HK Soviet Government whan it returns to the
United Nations Security Council next Tuesday
is expected to launch a powerful three point pea.o
campaign to end the war in Korea on certain I
This wris the opinion of some of the most cxperi
enced diplomats here today, including exoei
Eastern European countries in close touch with
Russian tactics in the United Nations for man)
years.
They pointed out that the Soviet Union nia
sent spearheading a world wide campaign around
its so called "peace appeal".
The Soviet attitude towards Korea, they .1. hou
judged in the liiiht of the Kremlin's overall toton l] >
external policy! pose as the champion of peace
"warmonm is" "I Britain and America
Kit 'in- ..-
of pnsi Soviet lacll, n '
Plane Crashes
In Brazil
Manager Killed
RIO DE JANEIRO, July M,
The only foreign pMMlflai to
ba killed m I'aiia i Do nrazil
crash yesteiuay was Haiph Mol-
ly. American Assistant lari.igt n
m lbs Rio Atlantic EUAnmi Coin-
puny, twice President of the
Amagteaa Chamber of CODUnarc*,
and for one year. President of the
...ni.iKi.ii Society, Kio Dt Janeiro.
Yesterday's Constedauon crash
is described as the greatest In
Brazilian aviation history and
according to a local branch of the
Paiiulr DO BraUl. the reasons
leading to il won ittll unknown.
The plane was piloted by the weli-
kiiuwn llraiilian ace, Kduardo
Martins Oliver who would ha
completed lU.lHK) ll)ing hours
this trip.
The plane was due al Porto
Alegre about 9.40 p.m. but It is
understood that the last signal
was received from the plane at
10 p.m. slating that ttMtt
no contact with the control
tower and that the radio compact
wan unserviceable.
Eye witnesses stat? that the
plane circled Porto Alegre Aero-
drome twice at an extremely low
ceiling and attempted to land tin i
third time around when il crashoo
into the hill "Morro Do Chapcu-
about 15 miles from Porto Alegre |
hi vary rough country
All reports confirm a very lO* |
ceiling with occasional torrentia.|
rains, but eyewitness accounts an.,
extremely conflicting as to wether
the plane started burning in mid-
air oi burst into flames after hit-
t.ng the hill. Local farmers who
climbed the hill reported that the
plane exploded when the crash
took place and when they ainv Id
near r.c scene of the disaster
found nothing but a mass of burn-
ing wreckage with a number o
carbonized bodies showing, with
no sound or sign of life Th*
body of one woman had l>oe>i
thrown some distance Irni t.ie
plane but identification was im-
possible
It was further stated that p.ir:
of the plane burned on the hlllsid
while another part had fallen oati
the side of a precipice.
It was rumoured that an
"Aerovias" aircraft was the first
to report the disastct stat ng
had seen the other aircraft lyir
on the hillside in a rough wooded
district in a complete blaze I
with surrounding trees on Are
(Reuter. i
lieved that Jao
Soviet Delenrfte would
present the following Thr*
"Inn to the Stew
< 11 immadJ '
(2) The appointment of B Ui
Nations "anm I - a .-. .
s.on'-.ncluding Soviet mam- $IJHHhH. A Ml* Aid
berto supervise the with- *
drawal ol ill mllll
HOBMLIi it .Mealed a 1*1' n T-s*. M.illi tn.h WH pl.neil il 1 llrl'l 1 l.un
Truman May >*' :.., k *. UJ
illon
Third
and their domlll.....
(5) Free clecMons throughout h
whole of Kurt incU
Nations' SUpeTVlslOO
This proposal v.
Communist-
tor w Europe Clash In Belgium
. \ il [N< -
' I
. .
HouM on I

I
d III Tl II:
I

(.am* COtUOlituttatJ
Firstly it i- known that they
have consolidated U en mllll
gains whlofa now eaten
per cent of the wholi Of tho lo AgUl I
country by 'ei/n he pro] 111
0l Until .r.i' and disiiibuimg it U> advl
l?nd hungry peasant*, reported to have menUa
db i -ucu ,* lltlcal agent m of si.ooo.oooooo ** tho llkeli
bi tha wake of their armies have ; re ,uest It. I
had lavoMl week* to todottitoaw wld be on top of the si..
South Koreans with a haired of^^which Cougre^ hat jdready
"White niva.le
_^thorised A White House Con-
1M mvaUers , ^ Md ,. p,. ,_
m lude both Democratic mid lle-
piiblitan l< '"4ii, Sec-
u ir% oi State lai
. I .. .. .1 .l.V (I'.
(Reuter.l
.'.reng'then their appeal foe unity
among Koreans on the hash Of
a broad "popular* pnnr'mmr
Many experts here believed,
knowing the conditions In Kore^
befere the war that such a
programme would have a very _. ..... .. *-, .
cooj rhanee of suceew In free "ft ||| >rf UTII\ f .IHMH'II
rlrrtiunt held mIi after Ihe r'-il
of hoolilitles.
The Hecter.,1 i .ii.n wiuM
be made sufficiently fcwoad t"
fnrlude Liberals and element>
,m. !.. the South Knrea-i* hostile
to President S^nsman Kliee in
the f,. r n ..i it..-, of a "Popular
Inlly' Government. The
ultimate fate -f Non-< ommu n-l
elemenU In turh a Government
uould experts recalled, follow
Ihe well-known pattern of
Poland and Cseehoalovakl*.
If presented in such
thought that the S
BBUSSK1 l.Jul; IS
HUNGRY rl ItmonatntJ
told ebmhed with (i- i B
. rallied by buglM ihn w d
ealedly W ..,'.
i them.
wave "l Al '
. I
. .
ami lll-
vknl
Tibet Prepares
For Invasion
Have Red China?
MOSCOW .1
Soviet delegate Jacob M
Tuesday is lik.-ly m! pm
the Security Council admit Com*
I hip an I
lur -lepiescnlatiVe* of the
Korean people." obairvoi
aid todny
bought tl"' afanda M*h
Ml Malik would prop-
"* nuetiiiK would embody the gener.
'al lines of policy uxpit- >
form, It jj^.n,, in his reply to the Indian
ict move prfma Minister, Pnndll n-
ould cause a good deul of con- $,, -it\y .-
fusion among Security rounni i>t -
Tiembers. to 'he lit i Ainba
A "peace plan" which had the David K.Hv Rcuter.
semblance of cant iron Unlteo
Nations guarantees could appeal to
India and Egyptwho have been
nkirting the Idea of paciflcation-
nnd would require some very snh-
dipUrniatlc manouvre>u b>
United States, Britain an<"
rjTTA, July 2fl
A brisk recruitment to tie
ng on In
i (ha "huge
,
patch In
i.
I
i minatlo i

!
I
the Tl-
Pi
Tibetan |OUth Tlbal
hi 'Ml- .
locj tba Baj larn fro)


In laouita |
Keut^r
Koreans Trek
Soillll I'l'lMII
Battleline
Kepi MovingB} IVar
n DtOuU PSABC11
With An K rea
Jul) M.
k the trudg-
4 raful
treking south.
, M to
.

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Yard bivestigatefl
Coiiuiious Damage
Guard SImmIs I .S.
Vice Consid
1 *1 Hate De

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VI
1 ..
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Ill
HUna

Counter Mensure*
Representatives of these thrc
power "*' re meeting durlni: 111
wee! -nd to discuss all pos*'1'1*
SOVtol moves nn Tuesday and t<
orapar* counter measures lr
British and American circle-; 1
a) On pace tit
RED TROOPS TRAINING
FOR NEW ATTACK
On Indo-China
U)NDON, Jul)

.systems had been
Mouse of Corn .i,-,k
Ir reports of l
had been receivcl at the t
station. A tpokaaman ror Tl Bi
ibie that MacKiernan
......,.!:.
U|j government .....' Pr.Wl
.yldane
: i -
'
hington.
K.'Utet.
lot China
e r labotage had yet been]
fcund.Heuter
UNLAWFUL" SESSION
OF SECURITY COUNCIL
killed on
ulate
ml pld law

. D
Trioos will br put ii to lh< aa
; works considered as

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coal pits
1
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tl
1.
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outbra oj 1
I the h ill] " 1
return of (he exiled king limaxed
1 1
goneral through*
if At.1i-

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. eked
ind Belgian holiday
t ski n faced hlaafe weak and
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1 few days I
tualton.
The Si 1 Oencral
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to ovei nowing
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fanwell rrom their departing
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I.IOSII.
it Line I 1
111 l>M)\)
With Ihe I rout Line lories m 1. ... .
{^ORTH KOREAN FORCKS were this noi ting
menacing on all sides the strategr
tant town of Kumchon, 31 mil
Meanwhile battle weary An: <
iust completed another stv.i-
main battle front, were out in the
and north west of Hwangg.ui, town I
the north east of Yongdong.
A Headquarters spokesman Btvld 'ha* sevr*n
Korean tanks had been sighted at Kochang 30
south of the American front lines, supported by
about 200 infantry men.
In the umr area. North K-rearU had IUCM foUj
blocked the main nuul.
Elgewh re In the South. I
iciillai had aankad Ameriran lines ai
i up had tppean I I ore ihe North Son*
audara ha land wen- leaa than B mHaa hotn Kumrhi
IjiIc jrceu
United Nations
Are Challenged
ATTLEE
agdA-r and
ahike
Hanj
ma in rnn down In mw in '>"
TtavaUIng ilonsj tiiis heU ol
uat and he.it In umm<" thg
., occ all n 'i
li i Which lo shelter, 001*
im -ii which i"
thlrs'
t|
return h< n "'
Hfhttas] 'oil" bj
BflWlaH I'-milie
'
-.1 .
I
,s rtii.- pad scrota sbi'i
.' ..
Nortnarn raaWa
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North K
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iu InAltrat Furthar Into the
OUth Cuinlini i sen
I
"... .1 ..-.'
,. itn pao-
I.
through-
out ha d] v watting foi
i (hi blai kadHsui
TJ p number ol
the i it) di
v .-ks '.i.nof
TAUNTtiN S.
Jult '9
British Pi ter
1 lamanl Aitie.- said u> ^ "i*t
though ha agread with
I i ha South Ko i al
i .iKrm-
.....l.
Kirnsl it Addre-.sn. ^.no0
taoa!o here Altltw said "today Wo
art raced With > direct ihallenge
IP the aiilhi.ntv <>( th, I )tM I
.
An .ic 1 f i '
mttcd Now yesi
II kinds oi B|Beflal p4aadjrhj
fWI ean say that the BaWWl K>r-
l.. m nnu'iit waa i
.....l one l agree. But deeai ae
. l character It iloes not sMU Ihg
ptraon who tnen to mui d
VOU ran auy that New i tuna
n Oia Saourlty Countfl1
"It itors not BtftOV OJ i
Ihi .hi of agitation" Attire -i.id
i, v>... it,.in thai ihaj had to
i. hen .i".-i now that at
hnuM noi suctaad if i' wagg
> Ited he t.elteve.t there WU good
t thai : more uaatil I
kassa i
I i. .i

It was ,\ < led that
North KOP
artUleo assault on t

Forem Wltiubmv
I',
i

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oarl
waves ol Am .
\<>Morel nilLcii^lli
I ilms In 9w3aeii
BTOCKHOLM. July 29
Studk
ruH length All
.
the tdltl I'..: iP
sru
'I liiv Will i"l i'i'iili..ti '. |
im nhorts, Advertising l
Pllnu
A survey ah-owed thai < m
tvt bai n ksssna 11 avoi
P- of TO.fKIO At 100.00't
iKeule.l

mil
planes
i i Lack

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Life Communi I
While eshauitert kflBJ ". SM
Btt|b| iii- -himpei' in ,-.|k Ua|
Inert In fnvhole*. -ml <.trelrhe.l
mil on the roadway small irouim
..f sglton and -nh iiiilrets
IiihIiM-iI here >nd IkOTS deep m
nearlvi ihj werr assfSjIgBjg up
eaeuallle* One reilinent had
suffere f jlrly heavy losses The
Redmenlil Cnrnmiiiil" laid sag
thai ibdi iwal i
upon assMsriaaaa bi
eirrhnit movement ) B
not he countered Wttb "null
luneo in luaful
1,086 Gtmualtie*
late:,! lilts av..ll.iln>
Itowi
I.OHfl. Tl I i
klllad In i Uon
'iKhtlng as

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A Dumhai of sold*
... .
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nvi ral
lotu Kenlei
"1 I
iv,r i.nh
Tae'gu
Excom / tea led
(By GRAHAM JENKINS)
SAIGON, Indo-China. July 29
Usually reliably informed French sources here said today
that Chinese Communist General Chen Keng in_thp;_neig>
Official Botin
Tass In a dim I
V

IChalrm n, Sunfe of Norway to
convene a sew ion for Monday
I "gaet tin ,n* Ameri-
bourlny Chinese province 7f Yunnan W training and i " '',h^,,:;;
cqu.ppinc about 10.000 troops of the Russian-reco;.,. .
Viethilnh' Insurrectionary Government lor new attacks '.n
Indo-China
Yugoslavia
Mobilizes
LONDON. July 29
Radio Sofia and other Balkan
radio station* accused Yugoslavia
of preparing aggression against
Cominform coin.::
of the American imperialists.
who want to start a new war
after 'heir first in Korea".
Yugoslavia uuthoritic*. Radii
Sofia said, had "carried out a new
mobilisation" during tha
since the outbreak i>f .
Kor-a
This had been done "With the
Id of the American "0-rn"c,,i mountain
advisers, lust as It h..opened Ul -1.000.000
Korea" Iroops
The broadcast added that II
recent weeks Yufnclavia hsd
"gTeatly intensified her policy of
provocation*" agains! (he peo-
plet democracies, especially AI-
iiurt-e? del l.iieit that thin
ii formation coniatoed n top
,,ii i Kreiuii atultaf) Intelh-
oea i.-portshad eh-'
whole future f Indo Chinas
guerilla wai
tionary forces and French Union
oldins the country
They added th.it altaCSD 'in
to the North Korean
South Korea could '
within (iv> months
The Preneh sources added that
lie guerilla phase of < the |ndO
China war might the:',
eeded by new phase In which
..._r.shlp on August 1st
Taaa lei
ol the Council
troi Ei
France. India. Cubs an i
, roved General
MacArf Reuter
\.r>" Overdoe
THE 3fi0-ton Dutch motor ves-
sel "Nero" has bee*-.
overdue on iu voyage frorr
Jacmel. Haiti, for Curacao.
*
July 24 and had net

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out
VATI' UJ" 2*
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ramenl
phere of near revolutloi
inism
stalling

The "San" has made occasion.
India Send* Ambut'mce
LAKE SUCCess July 2a
Indi.i today offered t<- send a
(laid ambu ance unit ami a smail
surgical unit from hei iegulai
Defi Fores lo help I
t" n Korea
The igfer was made by Pandit
Nennj Prime Minister nl India,
In a telegram from New T>elh
Mi Trrgva Lii-. the
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centres wl gad COrO"
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of the
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Communists Ordered To Aggravate Britain, U.S. Rift
LONDON and
I

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ft" b 'he giv
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II posalbta saaan '

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coming lo Ilarbados. and is ex- im, foi ,wo ......
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Director Of Msi;
dmUibdratur uf Domi
Mr. Arrow-Snu!
A Mi Aiiu.
.irrived (rom po.r.mtm
aw " meet I i l '
KM '. lo return to Don.-
'his week, where Susji i
about seven
holiday with her parent* IO Barbados was lour yea..
Wl.ik in Barbados Ibty ai "".ved Irom Canada ..
guests at the Ocean View Hotel 'norning b> T l A (o tparu i
. uraajn hohda> with h*i I
S,,,u *ho are ai present at the aea- :
M .. T "Hll;>v .t ">actoll." SI. Lawrence.
Qahib Calling
M
Dorothy Return*
ItS DOROTHY PARHEK
middle of Auguit
Arrival Yesterday
SI JAM!, daughter of thi
Ad
uf Messrs
Austin and I 1 I
-
towards the mm.lit .
Last Visit4 Years *go
*ISS MARION Nil
C L ,
i acting
i See-
tvtary >f >he Trinity College of Marion, who usad to be wi
Music in pl,i. of Slater Mar) <*bl and Wireless before she r>,
DslHan, llui Til. [Mother '*' lor Canada in IMI
Htart, osr, who, >.hT(A m Montreal,
.wing to ill health is unable to aj,..|i| Di **
Mead Um duties of Loc-i Si n ntJfawH riayers Coming
Soon
Applications should be made
. for all purticu- KHIVIM,
he Local Exam- *"
it
A"Tr,
week* boUdey with I
i c* t l ji tn Ti' i '- Tudor > Just Finished His Third r.ovemmeni Hill. .,
Year Science Morrti and Mli a. m
MR. GEOTFHaS 8KMTK Mi. Marrtl who
arrivi ore Canada rest i 11 the naff .,i ih< ,
rt'A, to spend two High Seho.,1 in Porl
m Barbados. S*n here lo mi
Harold Bkeete ii 'Mangenm I
QrottO,*1 Oalkeith Roa dm just completed his which will arrive hare
thini rear Science at McGiii Onl- '^y ami Wednesday h*oni T
ratty and whan he returns to The team win i* con ,
holiday he will eleven Buyors, and
porters are also i
[begin
J
It..:o-du,. aim ... I. n
Canada yesterday momma bv
TCA. where she is a student
nurse at the Royal Victoria Hospi-
tal in Motitrvai She is the
dajghtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Roaco-v
Farmer of "The Lodge" St.
Jains Husband Her*
On Hol-d-i..

Arriving in i rinidad
Shortly
rvAViD, a>
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M"
FAY REINGOLD fr<
* Ywk arrived yesterday
v Sh.
Ranee. K M
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Artib.t
bai
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Here for Two Weeks
J. PARRY *:. t S<
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.Mad yesterday roomir
by HW 1 A
MR. E J. PARRY *.. -i" "
well ii latanlsj n H* the Lsigo Ott f
meat hi* daughter Pan I
from Canada by TC lay as guests ol H
i two weeks holid:>>
Barbados. Also amving yeaterdaj _,, ,,, . .. _.
were Miss Betty Smith and her Visitinr His Mother
mother Mrs. Peter Smith V
.nd Mr. Parry, are shortly f T (OMDI! CAI

l.mi.n-.
Kill I'll
'" L
Timsuetu
.: T, A
After Barbados Holiday
ETLHN1NG to Canada yesti
day morning by T-C.A. wa B.WJ.A
i ituKS, Public i;. day witii hu
TCA, in Moartreal He known t.< his I'
i In BarDadjOl since July as "J
holiday, ffls wife and four
still hare, and are r-
ainmg on lor a longer I
Enjoyable Afternoon
MR J
bus!
olldaying in Barbad<
E II BEATON
at
\MO\(, Hie paasengers ar
rivinr from 1 auada >nlerd
t. I I \ uere Mr. (i-otfre>
SVeetp jwl Miso I'aullne Par
n Ilin Arr olclured here si
thet ktrpprd oil the plane
Cne-Time Barbados
Opening Batsman
AhoUdaj .,i
:.i during which time
. ol cricket,
Mi. and Mis. C. Lincoln Bourne
Barba kM ><-i-terday b>
rom fciiKh.nd via Canada
ml have another two
. laj Which Ihey tl
apand m Barbados.
fans will of course
wife was among the crowd at th-
i Police Siorts on Thurs-
day and had an enjoyable aftcr-
.:'; fi land
Mr Wilkle. He UTtl
Thursday bv |l w l \
On U.S. Visit
BV HARRY T OENTLES
Bupt. of the Mow
H.
i tor Puerto Rica
with his it w i A
R>
Finally Made It!
he will be in New York fi
atha
inylng hill, v.
Joseph Rawlios, a Barb
has been living in the U.S foi
was re-
rtor a holi-
ilav lu'tc
M
Husband With U.S.
Military Attache
IIS. ETHEL M1LI.KU.
been wanting to come
Barbados for years, finally ma
I .sIhii she touched down
Saawi II yesterday morning I
'VnhCAJ,u,mehWa>Kfm,ny'''
BrlUah Columbia, she Is ben
an indellmte stay, and is a gui
RHINO
1 th" Enmore Hotel.
Engaged
THE ENGAGEMENT wM an-
nounced during the
^ betweei Ml Sylvia Sealy. second
hun as a one time daughter nf Mr and Mr- l
Opantni batsman. Hi g**& LB*rtya "A.** J1'
i.mcr in liiteieolui.....
n. vm;
of Mj
of Mr Etr.i
Lord's Hil!
some of the holiday with
but he i
to Venezuela .i ghorl whl
Married In Canada
MISS LITA 1 GKIEFITH
was In 1942. in the nudcl
. Ldad when Derek
l>"Grew u beard and reaped
i harvest."of Trinidad wicket*1
.l:c staying temporanl>
Bourne's father Mr
Hi van. until they move IfaV (rom Trinidad y
Watan Matt, a seaside morning by li.W IA and aXpaCt
Worthing. to be here for about ten days, ami ,..._.;' .
.inie is with the West are staying at Cacrabank. They
01] Industries in Trinidad, were accompanied by Iheir two
hOdren Mr. Lee is Security
.laison Officer, Trinidad.
Security Liaison Officer
Trinidad
11* It and Mrs. Harry Lee arrived
f'
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Retired Businessman
MR, JOHN J BLOW. i. th d
ti liii.siiii'ssinaii an I v ad
: CC.A vusterday morning on
i .> staying at the afarino
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With Creole Petroleum
MND MRS RAMON 1 RA
VIS and their daughti-t
tl f..i Venezuela yattl I
A I Mi- I1..V1- .
inin hen for iiv
d Mi Travis, who I
Njola ivtiieun, lotna
.i couple of '
i .. to I iraeaa yea-
rare Mis Kita Brown
ind bar three children They wen'
lhe Paradise Beach
'lub.
With Barclays Bank
| i: BASIL BROOKS was at
?J i> uiiriiiiiK to
MaH Joan Ghent
arrived from Trinidad by
I W 1 A U) spend two weeks
> in itiirbudos. She was ac-
Ml Kathleen
Joan, who now works
- Bank used In lie to
. the Ursvdine Con-
cent They are staving with Mr.
M W Hart in Worthing
Lr*HM ia 4||
all Milk S|M-'tl
f> i 'J>i *ant to be the best
" in school? Useful
i>*!. mpB. lu^t luaued
immemorate an
;>orts meeting
"i Vuur favourite event.
unpe slit* Um proper
hi it. Tlie reli
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it ij, wonderful the duTaraoos thai can
by patting a smart piece uf I.;i ,,. Room
Immediately looks cleaner and brighter, fume and see our
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Rolls 3 Feet and tl Feet Wide
Squares 7 Ft.. 6 Ins, x 9 Ft
9 Ft x 9 Ft
10 Ft. ii ins. x 0 Ft.
x 9 Fl
niimmtion brings out a vital
point ; lhe Oaton mm! be paswd
on wiui bo'.h runners |fo:ng nt
full speed. You have So yard*
! it ila- cliangc-aver.
Perforation : 13* by 141 kwa
als*-; (rom cenumes ,d.i toS francs ils. IJd.'. There
. i charge to help Belgian
aualaui Price: The set. uiium-U,
J 4. A.
London Bspress Serve*
l.. Ml Oscar GruTitli
Montreal ; Canada
Cllffom
0 of Mr. and Mrs. T,
Hewitt of Jamaica. The ,
t-ok plate at the Union 0alM |
Church.
The bride who was given la
bj her uncle Mr.
Hollo, k
rayon net over taJteU
bodko was light rlttini with .
close round neck and
choniiiiy ; ii Hei steal i
tl over the
1 veil was o( UlllO
illusion.
I
i .ii natli i
Man 'f hoiioui ..

Hid t h e la

1). Cl -1 Ii Bate
the B>
Alleyne
Student Nurse
ANOTH1

whs Miss Noun.. GUI, u
lhe Harbert Reddi
Oerald Ti Hi i
and the tote Mi Ui
Tryhane ol "Bagatelle." 81
I : .
.
Ma] i>. bt study-
ing Blectrical Bnglneai
Canada. Ha will be returning to
College in the middle ol
bei
BY THE WAY-% ee/,eo,6er
PMJkJVTA rio.xs L TO.
A CANADIAN paper report.-
Ottawa that the play-
instmmonts has
l'. the Commons
.'emocracy followed
- tost rll ed m an un-
\ clei gyrnan mem-
p ulls rang.
i im flute out "f hhi
ed .'i mdlslin-
II!. It I- |
unfortu-
| i occasion.
w hen that Porth-
Mi Oerald Barry
iihIu.hvI hit Bui I nn-ctmg of
i Tiiutl at The
Hague He playi Plrl Pb I -
[ tl l shall man
id: 'Tl
Mil U speaks out
each of us Yet
hi rale 'he whole
thing out of order.
Thi \f' Matron
THE Qovarnori totatvenad by
ending their own candidate
fen bead reatn n In
a worthy, temfviiu;. aquare hoi -
rur. "After the Rend) Lady,"
Sreart-AlUcfc conflded to ra-
i' rtar, "i' was hk. i old imnidgc."
i.ist.i aid. 'If that iiitu.-
: t' i < ore* 1.1 go "
Meanwhile, the French niri ha.)
taken rooms in the la
which was all i
i'u.i Qovernor
arriving lo Investigate (he posi-
tion, could hardly get into the
hotel They remained to tea and
to dinner, and came out tryinf.
ed with thai
tfter "Ik with Smart-
Aliiek it was decided to offer the
iv Thai
i ighl Hun
torchlight processions, lamp-
i
Impromptu wai
nktng. and other manl-

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APROnSBOR i payehasegy.
.
play ping-pong ai
tune on lhe piano, in
llnd out If ehildren learn better
b) reward U in punlshnv i i
seami to rnp !,*>-' leachli
i to flls-
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PnidnoM-: I donl qull
that
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PAGE TIIRKF.
Gardening NERVOUS BREAKDOWN
It-! Amateurs wMm^m^mmmimmaa g
ii THE |
i the
I :(.,
w.
m>
Weeds." Keeping pace with the
weeds in this weather is a seri-
tus business, and any relaxing
tt m no lime the place
m Yet this is also a
Krand lime for planting tree*,
shrubs and hedges, so If you
I re planning any of these Jobs
now is th time to do IV.
Hedges make such a delightful
bcundary to garden or grounds
U Is surprising that they are not
more frequently used Instead of
ilie less attractive wall or '.rue
io often seen A food hedge can
d? an inpenetrable green wall if
a few years, and is grown at a
quarter of the cost that is entailed
by building a wall.
Sweet rime
Of the many plants suitable
tt* hedges In Barbados pride of
place must be given the "Sweet
Lime." Sweet Lime makes an
1'penetrable evergeen wall. SO
strong that it can. when mature
bear up th, \i.nhi of man. It
is rnthor stow crowing buV once
estnbhshi -i it i* there for an in-
definite tune some of these hed-
ges in the island being nearly one
hundred years old. Ilenutiful ex-
amples of this hedge can be
seen at the Royal Barbados
Yarht Club, and down in the St
.lames coast It ix grown from
seed
C a au arista
For a quicker crowing hedge
we have the Casuarina which
makes an excellent boundary
when kepi* well trimmed, and will
grow a fi-ot a year. It is grown
from seed.
Bread And Cheese
Another splendid plant for
hedges is the Brcad-and-Cheese.
This plant is almost evergreen.
I* hardy, will tolarataj even poor
dry conditions, and will grow tn
;. height of ton feet or more. It
is grown from seed
Flowering Hedges
Among the flowering hedges
there i the lovely quick growing
PRIDE of BARBADOS" tfiaf
will grow several fact and flower
in a few month*
"K1NC. of FLOWERS" and
"HtBISCUS" ara two more
(towering shrubs that make good
ltoundary hedges, serving the
doubM purpose of pro1
hedge nnd flowers too. Tlje for-
mer hedge is easily growj from
xeed. while th,. Hibiscus is grown
from cutting.
For a low flowering iedge (two
to three feet) within the garden
nothing is prettier than the "Blue
Plumbago" which succeeds evj"'
under poor dry conditions.
The secret of a good hedge i*
to begin trimming It early, when
the plants are about a foot high
This encourages the plants to
brunch practically from the
ground, and prevents that bare
v.Hlky look seen at The bottom ol
OHM hedges.
It can be taken 05 a general
inle thut when planting a hedge
the plants should be spaced two
fret npart. with the second row
two feet in front of ithc first. In
.laming a second row. place the
plants in between those of the
the first row thus
He was always
and
"Soaping dulls hair
HALO Then
KRUiCHEN
broughla happy change [

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LONDON.
A woman who comi>l,>mr nbout her husband insisting on
reading the Bible to her in bed
was denied u divorce In Ixmdon.
Justice Sir Hubert Walllntton
asked
"How can It be cruelty for u
well-meaning husband to read
one or two extracts from the
Bible to his wife at bedtime?"
IKJ.
The drug hut ban
tht nojfJDill DM tx'gun Lying
mldwaj i
and "i
. .
the doctor. Iior tonal
uaiiy rotaaunj a babbl
ten*
prejudices nnd resei
from HOT Upi 1
the road to recovery from .. not
vous hreakdown hU bet
It i- <
being madeHi:'
considered aiitww to tn.it joltuu:
i film abi>ut
til Bnofeo m
For the past |hr
of the ablest mental ipacti
Britain have been on dufr
t'lm cotii|,.u
famous mental hospitals in tht*
South
Their job: to help paint nr.
authentic picture of what it I-
like to have (and how to CUT*) i
i OTVOUl breakdown.
The star is an ordinal
1 ouwwtfo whoOO mental balano'
hog buckled Not b*c*u
"Thp Snake Tit" film tbl
torical, ovoi
sisbut because the b
stresses of life in modem
have got her a
pad housing quartt
rles about rationing a:
vhied her nerves to breakup
point.
Th, intcifi'itmce of a bossy
iiK.ther-in-law. who Uw
bar, her husband and |ho lv.
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come* to analyse thr t
BEST WORLD QUARTET
/tmik : ' '"dies
the :. i i Ramadhin and
Valentine the West Indies possess a quartet unequalled in U
The Fourth Test has yet Ul be played tad IB)
decided to H ""' -'' *ouW be
rrsof- member, ol
assuming thai they won Uw fOUfth Wat. COUM only Oalm the DOD-

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Uwopinionlliatilheliadworrilcventwieeasi,,.,, ' '" ",','' i,,r.mK Wllkc
out mh.il tta* urn* ..- look at Uw wkkrt lb. Hhi b. u>o, i... . Mm, , k
SwrdlM.vn) iiiM.nl result today, i" if? J"'""Sj' '" rov'^te "'"; P" k l.l Korlni Provnsi
.i ,h victory b;,n.lTi.l.p >lh,.,M I,. V. k,^ I ',',....."' *"' run out at S7. hnwevrr.
th. Imperial Cm'*.-, Conh-r.-iu. that thr Went Imli.. .hould b m- X "''l. *'k'-'''.,';',. "',. M brilliant .h, In treat
clud.d^i. i : m5!T*;,. V v Brootal The score board id
It would b.P nuumbent upon Uw Ito.rd. In Inc. 67 l. AlklMon wi,.,
on clear poli.-v ff ,,',. "h,.^ in"' i L. i IncoralBi batsman and Uiu
*"1'" included it) bound- boon Itcadlb Incrpaicd
POLICE 8TAOE AQUATICS liennUAUclnren at number Th,r.v' Sd. I.n., w.
,.,.',1,1.11 MI.iNS lo ihc r..h,. Ii i.miik ...led a succosslul ""'r "' "|'' " Norm.m Marshall ]si their third wicket with
Aqilatlc Moclin. on Thu, I '-; ,'c'V-.w'le,i .', l,vvl..^ U
compaialiv.: rt,"" ol,
" "o'.-......""""'.......'": ^.i:n^''l^'.,,."?_,.c-';._^,, !
T.rf.1
row: !Nr. AMALYSS*
tew i* i >
,r weii i n ? itr j 1T.
M ANAI.YSIft _
i i.n i >. rMkHKk
rMI'IMf I-' Innllif*
M RoMnwrt <- King, o Maiiiu
Ii W.lion Inn..-, b Kin
\ \- VnnianM ii i
ftvmmond* Noi Oul
T..'ai |ff 3 ht* i
E T^pfiin I
o B.l I
t Ad. c
t AKI.TON vs C'OMBERMERE
nnumMiii t*
1 in-..
brought the
First Dlvia-
tail tin ,1
cntertainm-' I
evidently got from the jtrugramme ahouUl giv. no email anMltinl :
tatlsfaelK.ii Uld n.. in agt-ment tn th.. 5~JJ
aquatic activtles In the Island I... d'.-_ ,.
lam among thee, who would Ilk* to| see sonv opai ... bekig y^' ': 'V-rU kA' L
.un for iiuiuitieN -Jf*na" inn trie Atkin
I,nt

WHO) these noUi appear to- bdOl Turf Club IWeep.
sUke run on the coming August meeting will have complete.:
BBB Thu* bv some eight thousand odd dollars the sweep will have
broken the record for the flnt prUt amassed only last August and
will be **felv past the MO.000 mark This ;s not all There will still
lavs left next week and It can COOfldentl) be Utpocted thai
,; will ttnalls end off somewhere ground I (TF Therefore
last vcar s First ITIse record will have been beaten by a comfortable
:rn thousand dollars bclore the UckeU are popped being issued from
the ofllces of the Turf Club.
This is prosperity (ol 'ifh was ccrta:: I
Lmaglned when iwaaBelihai were started here and even unex|
up to lect vena when .uiished. Yet m
dgpression hiu ua ovcrnltht there .ire gns that one day we might
even see a first prize of $50,000
Some people have already H H that in a little place
like Barbadna it is poeatbta lo seU mote tit keta In one iwenp than has
ever been sold in the West Indies Well tile leason Is not vei |
cult to tXTceivc In Barbados there -ire oolj tbree sweeps per yeai
while in Trinidad there are no lets than six. The interval i *
. March meeting and the Auirn" meeting Is twice as long as anv
period in Trinidad between any of their meetings. In the same period
,.( bane it h even potalbll UW1 U aty oe sold in Trinidad
durlne the time that we are al d the* might sell out
enough series to run through th. ..Iphabet four or live times
STAKES SHOULD BE RAI8ED
Nevertheless it is to be hoped, that in the light of this continued
prosperity by the sweepslake the BarL-ados Turf Club will see At tu
cany on With their ilicy of Increasing stake money until we are on
a par with stake value offered at Arima. even if we cannot hope to
reach as high as those provided In I'nrt-of-Spain.
There Is absolutely nothing to lie ashamed of when it comes to
^__________________________ raising slake money for it is quite clear that of the three major
parties which bcnciU most by racing the horse owner Is the one that
L Harris came in but with onl> comes off with the lean end of the pu: I l H unent of courae,
me run added lunch was taken com* -' beat- and thli yeai then take should bo eonatdarably m-
Shortly after the interval Herri cree I PMietal public draw the major part of the sweep
VM out leg before to K. Mulch- jn pn,v nenej and tl.eie!,:e the] will also get an automatic raise.
nson for 3 runs. Murrell the las: Qf KOUIif ,|lls ia llllX u any met the home owner gets no increase at
all. Be iliaws point mone) which is also fixed on a percentage basis
Iron) ibo nreep. Bui he has to wait on tbe dlacreuon of the Club
tpd wkpr UtralM
a w K HalrhlnMn
Pal ..( t i ~i. .. *>.
i m. u: j- u, -i. -*
BOWl tNf. ANALYSIS
N K LueJ t 1
K ':,,,<- s i i
eon. .. i Ol I n.I
WUrt'-IM Innli^a
V R!i.km.,i b William.
r Taylor b William.
Cap! W A rnnner c Worm*
Willl_.li*
1 n.. WlllUmi
,'lt IHll
E*u 1 wd
T.n.l .for 4 skin
Fall o( *ritfck I
BOW I Pr, ANALYSIS
William*
rorbin
A Kin,
Cave and Hut. I in on ope I
i-".i'i-"-. I'.ni'.,. gall | ,\. i,. ..
nvadeo"r"the"ev7en.,iT tacUlUfti whicnaaUnt la BaatnutaJ hi iquatica S*"^'Wand..^; Ali"' i
and hop.- for the day when these isolated attempts, which .. *'",',{ ,,'.:,'
eomnu^iable p,..... taaut-wlde IDorl $^m!g*Z*^?l*}i
Aaaoeialion level
In
Magel

SOME SCATTERED EFFORTS
There hnve been ton
bados Aquatic pti made at Oistms
and St James but coul
Antoclation for the ttegll
1 know th* Ihn I ad Wat. i Euh A 0
to enlargi lb. -''..... "O the' the) COUl
sponsibie for moat of the organiaed ipade-work even U ti i
not absorb the propoaed ne* Aaaod
ii.,in-..i. and Q leen'B
tion towarda keeping the small Hama <>r aquatics alight, I
that the. tvouli
placing this lorm ol sport Brml) on ttu ting map
AN ALL ROUND ATHLETE
HAKHOUli POLICE CONSTABI
all round atnl.ti. ablUU He followed up his un: r>
gt n,e police fl ai when he n
athlete, by winning the i and '^"
breast-stroke and the Si
Who knows that on* who showed that peomhu might lun tut "*"
good enounh t.....pn enl Barbedo and even the w.-st indies in
aquatics m othai parti ol thi irorld
OVei During hi:
-[-II ..1 I!
m Atkin-
son through the |
orbs who tiM.k the catch
a I tat one from Atkinson
IcComle ad joined
Hutchlnaon m* i

Atkinaon
cket m the
i.et i nil ,,r big aeeond ovei
1 ......rho had taken -
!
i
George C;rant. who went in first ovcr 1from, K Greemdge
vsieket down for" Combermcre, s,""'d * tour and a singl
highlighted the game. His acore K Hutchinson's next over to
included eight fours and the last carr>' hla acore to 43. He then
went down to face the attack ol
K Warren who was brought on
in place of K. Gteenldge. H
crashed the ball to the boundary
in the first and third deliver.
-- from Warren lo carry his score
ickel partnership with to 54 but in Warren's fifth deliver-
id himself added 24 runs, he was clean bowled. His score
Kennie- Mutehinson. mduded eight fours. The Com-
ed six of the Comber- hermere first inning* closed at
gave the
By the lime the play
hed the Pavilion a heav
' at) hold f
IMI'IKK vs. PICKWICK
f MI'IRK (for 3 wfctn.) 59 25
lieavy shower of rain whirh
'' I I .. n :i(M
l.isteii foi in minutes on K<
I ' pped play
on the Hist -lav of the l*i.kwtek ...
^- Empii.- First Division cricket fix- ^-anl
bad already hatted on
the wicket fa an hour and 10
minutes and had
runo were knocked
Italy 19 minutes
The only olher Combe
i to reach double figured
who knocked up a brisk 23 A
if
And if that was all he had to worry about everything would
oil be fine For him there is the very large undertaking of stable upkeep,
jockey s fees etc. which have to be taken out of his winnings while he
has to be lucky enough to own a horse good enough lo earn any
winnings -it all Ktttce the owners' story is- no winnings, dead loas.
The Government teit.in mone\
Now let us sec those stakes going up und make no bones about it
Pt

i >!l '." the | .
Black Rook team
for the
Kennie was

I I :
i mi rJ
than n

ii i ,

-'"' """'"'"" IS? ca,c and, ho -Coo, bo,
"ild not take the field.
POLICE n. COLLEGE
HOLICK ifr 4 wkts.)
Rain tell aarly during the day
and plaj 11 45 p.m. boy.
The wicket was heavy and ea*> -llmkie'' Lucas and "TiHidie"
start, but as the Warren captured two each for 15
...... * ometun In tlvel)
K.,iln" Williams who went Con Si man von the toss and
nuinlM-r three for Empire, made i "ted to bat O, Knight and C
breezy 13 His stylo wes not vary Wllkln on opened the innings.
attractive but be certainly cot ihe WilUnaon quickly settled down
.,,1 ball to the bound.u i aim -ii.ie.l In.lv around the
'i-'w'S ""wht the tola, was Knight '--use of
yielded 41 rune. Robinson, at the was dean howled in Ihe third f|l .?MU^ed,_^_W,.ckit Jnd S!i,
and of ln.s lOMCk, had scored Ifl. deliver) <.f K Warren's fourth
l H..-. \ i I' loss und sent ^''i

FORM UNFOLDING
During the week then n i lot ol vary revenBtej gallops
and gradually the favour) rudng to single themseh
as then true form unfolds ItaaU Of course I am not going to star.
picking winners from lu-day We still bava another week to go. But
, on or two who i>*k like vei
For .'.< vln St..no:, (oft should
not dispose of the A class Held in the Steward's Blake
rfth some ease. Fanny Adams I understand is not well.
neither ll Deacon Bright, judgum from his performance
reaterda) morniiig, when he endeevoured lo do a mile with Storm's
4& Gift but could not keep up with the pace. Gun Site looks well enough
but he is such a notorious glutton for work that I doubt if he will be
than two hours ft after galloping with such n I Collelon. Slalnte hi
College-Police lnc ntsI rPaHy grxni gallop 1 have seen him gvien since he was ,


clubs of toe Barbados Amateur '
the same tournament ,..,..._.
lUtherto it Charlh Manning, Eric raylor, i- st tii
Harrison, M. Criehlou I) Wiles and th. many others taking part In
the (>[.cn Tournament played for private clubs and there was no
S Of se.ll.,! tl.eM. ]i... Ligctlier US Is the COM With >
Wandcren. Fanpiie. 1'iekwn k end th* "ther clubs of the B
Cricket Association. Now fans can m "> a"ri '>'' in a
i.. ,*' : t.i gauge their rel itlve vtn mtn
In nddition rntoro commends ItaaU to lbs support
of the sporting public. The need for Tern I
ihe need for en ...live Amateur 1-uwn Tenni- Association has been
eslablished. and 1 think, accented It OOl) ramntm DOW 1- UM
public to lend their Ml]
THE LADIES HAVE IT
THE Ladies will OCCUpy the sport Spotllghl foi UM first half of
August when a Ti I hop's Hih School.
Trinidad, visit Bai of Cricket. Hocke) Ping-
pong, and Nethall fixtures.
Thev are due to play against teems fl ...
Winifred1 S< I Club, St
Michaels Girls' School and Queen's College Old (in
tumps.
FIRST OPEN TENNIS TOURNAMENT . mrvlved the ">" to bat on a wicket that t; 0rtn, rt W||k
170K MANY veahs now there ha os Wand. ittack, but without * * *ytng out. O. H. Both UUrnienbetJed wllhMaa
av shoi.i. PHi con b '" '"' Bnd Wii do and why shouldn't Weil there ia en open Toun all to a i :. i Kmptres lirst innings to carried the more to 40 bare -
It present ll I then ftove t" send ... it IVnru- Atkinson's howl- the howling of H 11 King and Wilkinson was out leg before to 28 runs.
team to British Guiana In BepUB eei i; :"' K. Hutchinson for a well played nine ov
There is now the opportunity foi .,.,,.1 tj ,uns King started from the screen 23 vhlch included two four* and maiden and tie hlf the
Tennis Association in ection in i ,,,,.. Bdd8(| endI nnd claimed the first Empire two Ihrees. three tlmei
fell.
Hutchinson one ol th.
p di who tolidly while '"",',
the otl., i Hi,,
i BvUion not using bell from E
Atkinsoi :.. illpi rhen
took thi .
t.nl end ('ll for a>l
THERE was less
of play in Ihe
match at Queen's_Park y*"^"^ preparation for UM and this was with ihe C els
Bprito yeeterdea Hi did ml impress me verj Ii i
made 45 runs for the loss of 4 That leaves Elizabethan and although 1 think she will give them
wickets. Of this total Capl. W. A. good run, yet her absence from the tMH h I knee Christmas is playing
Farmer top-scored with 23 runs Kg pil(., , ret,irding her progress. I therefore think the fittest horse
out or which he hil three sixes. w, wjn a|lc( ,h(,ri. ^h)in|d u, no diil|b, ,hul |h|| ffm h(. s,)l|Tll (il(,
College's fast bowler J Williams '" lact there is one thing I would like to see this maie Storm's
took all four wickets at a cost of Gift doing and that is running a mile and a half But tb n I
He sent down Just over races .,f this distance anywhere In the West Indies outs: !
eh one was a it is a forlorn hope Howevei i best as one Is able to Judge (Man
seeing only up to ', furlong races, I think Storm's Gift one of the
best slayers we have seen out here for son.. Ill M
Play did not start until 2.40 the class of Salamanca, but detiintelv better than Sugar Ladv.
p.m. because of heavy showers in
Wilson was given a life off the southern skittled out the school th,c."lornJ>nR wWch damaged the mii-i-v & mat vuMiirv
same l-owlcr two balls before tea. R, Norville came next bul wlc,ke' College won the loss and SUN QUEEt A HOT NUMBi
He made 7 of the total which was he only managed lo make a few ""
Wicket m Ins third over. He got After this
Wilson to give an easy cntch to boWllDg from
fielding at mid-wu ket .mil "Brickie'
Ken" Hutchinson.
the nurthei D end
Lucas from the
13 nut .i
Onl]
addci by
be I ad i
ii in about hah
'"i the pooi ihowing ..f 22 run..
era I
'. ad iiken -. van wickata for Dino
runs Dennis Atkjnaoo I
other two wld
being absent, N two -
bowling yleidmg three i ktarahall had taken over from
Eric Atadnaon and < WLUki Innlta at the pavilion end Ha
ad up a leg break which in-
;itis:l Robinson to come down (Or
The ball took the mitsid.
Robtnaon was then 2 not out defendve shots before ...
Williams partnered Robinson caught by K Hutchinson off the
When tea was taken a half hour bowling of Lucas without opening
later, the score was 38 for 1, his account.
Williams 18 not out and Robinson ,, .,
r Smith pai.nurcu Urant who
sent Police to bat on
which turned out
pared
by this time appeared to be quite
icket Next on the list of hot favourites should be Sun Queen. II is
b* **& possible that she is the type who ruiU better on the it than When
given n free rein, but her times have been little short of amazing
C. Blackman and F Taylor Her once round yesterday morning in 1.19 was achieved even easier
opened the innings for Po.ice to than her five last Wednesday Few pre ration gallops In better
the bowling of J. Williams and .L limc haVl. ever been donc here.
StS beenUm.dewh,en"lBu?c>kin:n But there is no certainty that Sun Queen will have I, all her ,
-.ri n '*'<' " macKman B,ul ***** ,5ino <*rtainty thai Sun Queen
this pair after the interval when "..", down- .He od a single .mempt,ng to drlvo delivery wy 'or the entire meeting She will have to reckon with Kidstead
Robinson was caught by King at Y!' ,,'",,, wc.nt UD11,"1 "^ ' Williams mistimed and was and Fair Contest and in the distances, at least, thev should afford her
ecnd slip off slow leg-break JSHrf1 th en ,72- t bowl* 'or 7 Capt Farmer Join- a lot of competition Kidstead is even more impressive than Fair
bowler H A Marshall He scored
Capt. Farmer Join- a lot of competition Kadsteed
' .IX w,,^"1%r,e,Ywiu!.'msCHc ST-iTl!" Vw.T ""'."""i'* "S"" ^ T^"
She may well get left by copious lengths and this she ci
This Is Ihe Ural o* such visits and apart (Tcni (he novelt; ol inntngi
the visit itself ther.- iii be nmrh Intepaet centred around the I'Kiu. pa bowlei Tiw
game,. | too to an boa Ihe ladles a U fan In theii bowleri i. ..... I awe) with little aogeof Robinson's bat giving King
Invasion of criclf I thai .
bul hi the IhsI ball he was caugh
by Edghill at square leg.
The total was 53 when E. Top
Toppin
With the score at i,,
Symmonds Joined |^
ol agalnsl thi oonfldent ope* a dolly catch
Atkinson stinted to g 51 for 2. A.
PASS THE HAT AROUND at the runs straightway and Williams.
'TWERE will be a small charge for the netball garnet bul I sug- ro--l- Williams did not part
L gest that if UM general public are admitted to Ihe other games
thai some of the charming Ladfa pal UM bal around :>> help to
A peculiar fealure oloiit Barbadian Bport is lhat it has < ) vi iep]...e,i in,-
to be accented lhal om thould witness it free of charge, This is brought on alcComli B Down came the rain Inunadl-
the answer to Ihe catee precarious anandal condition or the Barba- two overs hud given u,, rw, at.-iv after, driving n,
dos Amateur Football Association the Anwteur Athletic AeaociaUon 't Ute change made lutle unpras. into the pavilion Soon after.
and m|lDj 'ion on the quick rale of .coring Kensington looked more like
Sporting fans should be encouraged to pay (or their sport and At lunch, Wanderers had score 1 swamp than ,i cricket field.
realise that In doing so |1"> Thr......f Empire's wickets ware
the standard of red in many eases, in r.umito Atkinson was 22 a^id ,!,.. for 5ft runt in about 70
keeping a perl Wllkea 2. minutea.
partnered Grant.
on hack in the Pavilion lb.
Lucas. His place was takei
O. Beckles who was quickl>
li by K. Hutchinson.
hit another off Corbin in the next
over. The score now moved happen if she is to have :
along at a fairly good pace and
when the luncheon Interval arriv-
ed after 50 mlnues* play, the
score had reached 34 without
further loss.

improvement,
nnot allow to
the othen
DERBY FIELD IMPROVING
Strange lo say the Derby appears to have retained some rivalry
fter all It should still he Watereress's race but Apollo, Colleton
and Brown Girl might be token out of the class in which I placed
On resumption only two runs them last Sunday. I said that they were among those who could not
The total was 55 for 6 when *|"L^'"W[*** ^"^ >or *" k<*P "" a ood gallop for nine furlongs Apollo for one has proved
0V..... -...... bul Wilkcs-buttet very long. In trying to lake a & Wa^S'li.' bo^ung^K -"* TQ^XESfiSSJ f^ "'" ^ Se^riS^! '^"^ ^"^ U'U" llmC lIn
sharp single from a stroke on the F|ut<:hmsou liefore anv runs were imd mnde sin*lr ,,ul of two morp y winnp" lo wln th* Collclon also
With Uie scoi,. at 21. sklppei 'Jn-S'le. "Foffe" was run out for added. run" dded lo the score, .before "n'"'Hl a mile well with Gun Stle while Brown Girl occasioned con-
he too was bowled by Williams, siderable surprise by running a distance of little over a He with
The fallowing partnership b> I Warner was the next man In Kidstead on Wednesday and coming home very strong in reasoimblv
"" "Theviraadndedb,Sx%uns tSfFu? STJS. *W& U^ '"
who went forward In 9*** hitting out to Williams w
me" Hutchinson's slo^ wa" ^M*1}1. b>' Worme. The rain
monotony
but Elliot.
one Ol Ker
deliveries was stumped
wicket-keeper Marshall whi
acore was only four.
i the race.
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end lo the days play.
ill tackle
The little filly herself is in fine form and
hould sta> -de distance comfortably. She is one of our few Derbv
baa had a preparation which would cause one to
ted to contest a race of nine furlongs and
think that
not six or
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SUNDAY. JULY 30. IS.V.
SUNDAY ADVIK \TI
I'M.I : IVB
W.L Bowled Out
For 198 Runs;
Yorks 178 for 3
SHI

luu.iy wad uy boa tune stump* were di
scored 178 for the loss of three wnk.i-
tb pan of the county. Tnirty-
uix t>v Everton Wevkvs ano C'lyoe
tValcutl was th*? best m
voters but u-n Huttuu. ftkdand'i
opening b^taman *n.. tt-.i not
played for i huinisjhl oarinsj la
lumbago was VS not uui tut York-
shire when Hump*- wen orawn.
YorksiuK c-,,:.(.:.. Norman
Yardley
slightly gtmm pttcn and put in."
West Indies m when tw aoii the
ton
in three ud ^ ball houn tin
West India wrens u out Out ol
the brtfhti : 'he Weal
lag! wicket
t M ..iiiuh Wil-
!.ii a mx and tlVW lour-,
Huttoti wna In hi* beet form for
yorkahkM far hit 141
f. in Ha dJ i tne bulk ol scoring.
during a third-wicket itaod ol '<''
1 tar SO t>( the nim behind
him in 35 minute*.
Coxon had bowled without ai
rest throughout the West Indie* j
innings and so well did the pace
nan control their bowling the(
batsmen wen
by the "moving'' hallthai spin-
nj not called on unit' the
Ml five minute^ of thr innings
when Wardle claimed the Inal
wicket
Other* lee the *
the diimaga.
York-r, early re-
verse when their itinin opened
but the second wicket stand of 61
D anil hi-- fellow towns-
o best of
the match.
Then Hallida* was caught in
the leg trap after partnership
which had Ipsted 7 minutes
. data iboarau ill bH
.. i ..,,. i.
I unlfl U-ter was
ken b) Pun< off Worrell but
Wilson -tuck Ann 1th Hutton
drawing of stumps This
fourth wicket pair havti
The PU>
The Wt i IgtfBBI BUda a bad
stall against Yorkshire tocuo.
even thuugh thay scored 120 runs
for four wickvU before lunch.
After the tlrat wicket had fallen
:.! 41, they lost two more while
five runs were added, and another
at 94.
The West Indies had been
anxious lo play at Shertleld and
than arera early akVai n bH
crowd. In fact, the gates wero
closed |u*l after the start with
ttxiut 33.000 people in the Bra-
mall Lane ground which has a
reputation of upsetting batsmen
in the first hour; and so it proved
,.: Hie W.-.i Ind es were rest
n g three of their Teat stars: God-
dard, Ramadhin and Rae.
When Stollmeyer lost the loss
to Yardley. the former England
kklpper put the West Indies in to
wag not long before there
i rpg of a turning ball, and
aNK Two UM-baCosa appeals
Ifaiaruul. Btoluneyei M
dismissed that way. Then Yard-
It's stumps
..hen the batsman went down the
pitch to try a mighty drive. :<'!
Bad Worrell eaWPH OB the houn-
d .i'v ..lien tea tried for a six
Weekes and Trestrail restored
Ihi lOrtUfMS of the West Indie;
raewhat, more than doubUnn
the total, but at 94 Whltchead got
ihrough Traatnul'i datance an
four wtcketa were down
i night Waleott in. and he
Mid Weeke* took tin;
without further loss before luneh
Storm clouds gnthererl jifter
lunch and for . *! the lnrht
was not good. Without addition
to the score Weekes was beaten
I; plavi;
wnleotl shr-uld have gone in the
next over from Coxon hut Yard-
lev failed to hold artot
lo his hands. Wnlcnti marked tho
M ith tw'" foul
the cover-- r.ff Whltehi I
i r delivery
h- apooned i catch to mtdarlcket
Q> maj another Coxon vie-
''- a "lip e-*eh n<1 York-
hira gave the Wart [ndlai no
chance to recover Coxon who
unehanccd for three n"d
a half hour- from one as*
the cighrh wicket and It was be-
trtumph for pace bowl-
lad o tune and
pall in' -i nenrj
re jII out for two
I cOttd hundred.
William- hit three four- In That
luara baj
aaj n wrasn
Valentini rlie seam
..l taken all the wickets
ixcpi he last, artta Coxon four
for 69 ouUt.iiidlng bacauaa of his
unbroken spell.
\oikslnre Ualliili;
rhc Weal indies ooo claimed
I
I aatan bj lha pa.-, i .it three, but
that was their hour's play before tesj, at which
interval the count, were 34 for
viie WiCJpM
Tlie West Indies gained further
lliday and
:| itton and
Ulster had scored SO in 35 minutes
for thO third WiCket HuttOO was
the spell
and ho reached 53 including eight
fours m iiki minutes. He contin-
ued to drive well afterwards and
pulled four morv balls to the
before Hum]
drawn. So far he has hatted for
ten minutes short of three hours.
This was Huttoi match i
I i
When stump- were drawn York-
shire. 178 for thm-. were within 20
runs of the West Indies total, and
Len Hu"<
tur..
I In4l>.
lnul-|.
r Worrell i- I~**.|i I. V*rIU-
K Tieli.l 1/ Whin
: .tw>n b Whitrnnit
(I Goi:tri r Hailnl- I
C Wllnama not oui
I. Fi*.f lb- b
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Hlrlv c St.;.
iMtcr c Plit- b WoirH
TwUI 'lo 3 .1..
Fall .<< aram
Heavy Shower*
Yesterday
The BittM
had a thorough deanmg ..- *ome
heavy showers of rain fell dur-
ing the day Stretchll
Milk Market and i ntinufng up
. Baxtei P I nil
olten overilowed. and i

the roan era
debris and other waste, which

the lUttan, and thus h..Kked the
water, Banana and nanaV skins,
mixed will
the
greater part of i
barriers
Touring Team
Meets Olyinpia
AT NET BALL
Bee ..ill M ivetball

H\ Trituuaft .r '.

The g.' |icnii i.
i the profHne fixtures for other malcbes an.
I .' JO a 01
Ping Pong at ^* a
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Friday, nth August al 5 00
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plaine
.. 12th August tt 5.00
p.m.; Netli-.l! It II S \ I and
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Oval
Tueaday, 15th .\,i ;u*t at 5 oo
p.m.. Netball 11 H | vt
QueenS College Old Oirls at
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below
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day, Ith August
Read on Wed-
August.
s s Butrawea on
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lurid Wiles on Saturday,

Mi- LauMIe cii..iierioi on
I5th Aucuat
I.AIXOFS:
Storm's (iifi And Sun Queea
Do Best: Kulstead And
April Flowers \\ ork \\ ell
THK track wai ppeuajd np
; and Irainera to Mnd then horses uaJnal
thl lirst '!:.
Then araa no mm loin
the going was on tho hard aada, Caana \umM
ware t.*.-.t throtuthoul thi nvtrninn _____
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impressive mile gailo)
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,i iSjain ligored i
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All,, Ft. a i Kl l
tor Rvi i.
trus was

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i ,i Apdi noeren
' furkxigs rtiu^hinpi Ibf i
.
Ttmea toi the mornl
ifollowi
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Enterprise
I-ONIXJN.
.. ninti
. ippen t rouowliifl
adirarttaerneni !> bo placed on a
board outside his shop:
"Senaatinn.il offei Apartment
and contents lor -ale )3n (364).
Applj
He did not anticipate, howeve.-,
thai hla lirnt interested customer
would be a detective
i a Eg It I ' months
III liv. bt a prison casl
lo; attempting to tell property/
net oalong to him
afperlall] to a detective.
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louruuiiu'iil
VOUKSHIRE, July 29
iiobby Locke, South African
boldM "i the British Open Cell
Champion.ship to-day added
500 to his aeason'fc winnings
when he won the lirst pri/c in the
North Drill h Hal la I
tonal Tournament her" Thr
I l.ono II
Iwe ui.nitn- at play In Britain, loi
he I .-- won three tournaments as
di .. the Open apart from kmuuj
lie lot an.lhei and llnl^iing
third on one occasion. His augre
pate tor ihe . urrent event was 348 to beat Ken
the Coomb,- Hill Clul.
Assistant b) Uiree ^tiokes
Hees 352
To-day m the round postponed
from yesterday because of the
th I i .
.itul lii-i Mi.- i li iir . ..( i.\ ci
hiiiiliug him b. taking 70 threes
Renter.



putting
i
Ith ,i lire
nd lot by I ";

I the two and an i
to do box to box in Ul 3 I,
bad Yvoiiet in tt.e
saddle th, | m Ul II pull.
ciL.ul-l. to Flame Flow.-r \h
did Bva m l iB '-' I
Suntone took it very I
four furlongs and then
the Ian two Reauli i
bra in I 28. live In I 10.
Southern Cross was mon
ss-hke this time with I
Command They did the oni
round In 1.23 and the five in k
will be the
B > did .i mil. a
Coiteton Both kept iomUwm and |>ittuon traough
flnnthed on the Ul in i *" 2 f> an
the box to box in I 24 A aje> Of tflV
gallop for Coiieton a it monthi led i>"
Storm's Out i- >i, .1 rnUi arti me reel

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1 .1 Hnw>l
n- !> van i aw oovi
VM ran 'i' hma "* af
('um tn.Hir rt Ml b^
l> UjIII- ..( J K
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Km ! I tnaiuHi eor
4i_.i -.. UhmhsmmI Bumh
Coiniiiuaist L<*udt-r
DeQei U.K. Charge
FKANKFUHT, July 2
Max Rajmann, 51 yer-old
1 -adei of the Wesl German Com-
: lunlat Party baa come back from
< BOVlet Zone defying a threat t..
I rosecute him on the charge of
helping lo arrange the kidnapping
' another Communist who is in
inn and hi- e/lfa
'*" .it the Party hw.....h
here UUs morning but later left
for an undisclosed destitution
kamentar) immunity was
rhuraday to enable the
public preeacutoi at nutoovei la
liie British Zone to bring him to
trial.
The proaecuior must Brat aat-
I>ower Saxony Criminal
Court that there is a ease again-.!
aftei which the data
I. 1 the trial WOUld be fixed If
ha failed to appear steps might
taken to have him
a 1 rested unless he had returned
to the Soviet Zone
aaaatar
Beacon Hrighl who faded out .
ihe four leaving id- it...:-
the di-tance in I 43) ind
to box in 1 2ii 1 B
Tanco worked with Poxripvi
In t. I 1 ol Starry Night The.
..kI boa id box 111 I 23 2 A
F.picurc did four In M
Pharos and Postscript aid Rvi
in I 04 2 .I. the latter much the
. aaaai "i Um two
Landmark did a box to Ih>m In
1 22 3/5
Infusion looked very easy doinf
five in the best tune for the morn-
ing 1 03.
Sun Queen then did a box to
boi m 1 Hi tin the hit all the way
TiborifJl Laay went from the
seven doing the last |jp |-
123 4.5
Fabulous was seen out but not
going fast enough for tuning
Sun Jewel four Ul 5R
Perfect Set did a half speed
live in I 12 3 5
Battalion did five in I US 31
Mopsy live in I 05 4 .V
Fair Contest was tugging at the
bit over a box to box in 1 25 l/S.
SLimte and River Spl
loped trooj oessr 7j furlonfi 1 *
last lap in 120|
Vanguard did not lot 1
fort il'ie |gi
companion Joan'l Star |
four in SI 2 B
Apollo did nine '
up May time at the
(Inlsned better than th,. btttei
His times revealed an even pace
throughout Here the* an
in 2.0A 3,5; the mile In I M 5
box to box in 1.24 4 s. at
l.Ofl.
Rivermist did three in 17
April Flowers working well
within her-elf did boa
1.22 and flvc in I 03 4 B
Miracle was alloweit t 1
Inside of Silk Plan OVOI I n ,
at a two minute gait The. did
five in 1.18 2'5.
Knblejd Btai Li
along with Anihtv Ante Dkm am
Croi 1 Roadi Alt" 1
Kidati
but had to wail on Abll.u to utn
up They did five In 1 f)3 3 5
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PACE SIX
SINDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, JL'I.Y 30. ISM
Music For Films
lf .Hair M..lhu-....
SINCE Arthur Bliss wrolr IM run ir.rough on its ow;
imnk for Things to Com*, prac- MB vis....:.
Ucslly every composer of n' M in rnakr an intcresunsj pat'ern [01
Britain, arm in France. Amcnci. Use car The composer must
and Russia, has written for Hie rctnembei .. on the
Films. Naturally, .is rt i jtill a server. ?*<
very young art. anrl each scorv is thine. aaa .
iy rxperimental. there trcrattnl r* astsant
are good film score* and bad ow
but then there are inure bad operas dividual tyi# emerge under such
' are food one*and the conditions"
operas has been going Consider the case >f Ralph
on for Hundreds of years 1 com- Vaughai.
pare opera and a film purpose I> acknou,
:-
' I
at uui.i and action god fr ,!'
nualelani po.nl g-' * * ,h
problem, are similar A composer"-'' .
n and drarnTtTc **^ngj* .
2 ** * ** " " nST %7E KJ
music for a string quartet that ^ voice*. lfi_ it
fie would for an opera, he would prelude immediate*} establishes a
temper inspiration . _
and writ.
medium. b n. the
------ -' ,_ acene in whirr. JofthM sudden!)

. trouble and about to
ihat -Uhamas are a composers drown in the sea of? Duogenese.
motl pracioui property," but the ij expressed by the use '
conception if a theme u such a In a way that or.l> Vaughan W:l-
pcrsonal matter for a compose* Uams could achieve Similarly,
thai It i diiTk.. i ,ic- the background music of unar-
rine the impulses behind it compartied women s voices in S
Similarly, Mozart said wham, u.deed be
how they come 1 know not. nor called an inspir.
can 1 force thera Some com- lUlUllil Of tbt Antarctic sefting
posers do need to be in the mood' Vaughan WUliems. cornooier of
to receive inspiration which, they *?"'"'? co"* *2? '*0;, hJT
.cknowledge/comts upon them ["*<* hl! own ** *n W*
suddenly, without relation to the nuTU
physical and mental processes of William Walton has always said
the moment On the other hand, that when he is engaged on film
a well-known modern composer music. Ml *nes only
has said quite frankly that Ingphra- from the screen and all his work
tion "consists in the IBtelleet al 'or the cinema has a character of
patterning of notes '* o*n "e began to write lot
lilms in ISM. with the music for
AT THE I IMKMA
Cavalry Patrol
BY G.B.
The old days of the American
pior.CTspacked wiin i
' and historic*
. .. -ecungs for the
I turr "SHE WORE A
YK1XOW RIBBON", now psaying
at Use Globe Theatre has sue* a
sjd though perhaps it
not as brilliantly outstanding as
some other historical c:
is still gufd entertainm


rr^n. who polked the
' rirs of the

eruc b-ckgro..-
e co-ordir.ati I
and the drar- .
levy of | *am Bnl-
tlea of the t* S Cavalf'
about to set out on his last
before his retirement At the
lirne of depart..:'
officer mf orms
will be womer. from the Post
r. him as far as the
stage coach depot. Their rtu*.e
takes them through tan
habited by mauradlng lnd.it
who are on the war path Due tc
the presence of "
able to execute bis mi-
arc, bowevcr. numc.ou. E , h u
4____ Tin IIFIinU IMIU JMfct .*
:.,. i1
examplesincluding some great written for about'a dozen pictu.
music-wherc the motivation pow- lt u interesting to note how Wal-
er has been the impact of an- t^n has used classical (on
wlher art Poetry has. of course. Spitfire Fugue in the The First of
i jpireu musicians from the ear- Uts Frtr and the Passacaglia in
lies! times, Elizabethan music was Heart; V are remarkably surces.-
largely vocal, and the Uedfr writ- ful. l>olh with and without the
ers of the lltth century are among scenes for which they were writ-
the greatest names in music ten. F.ven the cbarai
Schumann, Schubert. Brahms and Pauses (compare the Ini
Wolfe. Similarly, but naturally to mtn' ' nl!- Syrnnbony) an '
a lesser extent, have picture* "' !h'' Il"tu<" "**" "ound of
prompted composHion.-Mou.sor- ,h: **P?J***& &7&J*
gsk>'i
Pii-iurn lro.n w. *"r "lurtn ,h*" batUe ot Agmcourl
i arTekarnnU? The Theitre ^^"^ " H^nry V. is
.. consUnT InspTration. notably to ,STcZSL7Is^ryar '
tS i Cneer*r-Wh ^^^J^ -S
-eemed lo need a programme. Th,ngr , c,...... lh(.w,(.
.xternal idea, to flxe hu at VIMon ln h muWc whu .
knr story woeen into II
and thoufc- at t.mes,
John Wayne is eassssabrt
vincing at
humourous, brusque, honest *r. :
above ail. brave, he is a hero t*
those under his command and on
the other ssde of the slate, a ofter
BSde of his nature if revealed m a
lender scene at the grave of has


eanesst
McLagen pia>
BS| -.: BgSk-aSJ., ., :;-
. strong pred .

. .-e. The
' i: aaagfkSjggi thf nss4 are? all
r role*
The musical score f
Hageman a fine thro i.
during some of the i.
long thou which slotted the tempo
of th* action st:
tamed atmosphere and success-
fullv bridged trangrtWng.
The scenery is truly anagnaacari
and the hcesetnanship a* .
by Indian and Cavalry alike,
all, a colourful
j.io exciting film
Paid In Full
PAID IN FULL
at tne Empire TbtaUl
F the
i-vcr-vmotional mdodramas I have
I
lished in the ReadT>' Digest some
t,me ago. and reputedly an actual
. .
M she has

: i.f the only child her
i>are outline of a
it is not only
troeg accent on the aanaa-
;.... .
t.ons The only
gsbb -aj a that the acting
of luxabeth Scott and Diana Lynn
.r of -euroUc ?.
..-nmings as the man they
ng, and the
wit of Eve Arden
Ufkssa a theme that is,
to say the least, unpleasant It
set should
he considered flttutg M esktar-

Startling Prtdictions
In Your Horoscope
No energy9
..poor
appetite
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KM Oe^raeaien. Debility, t4Itutlum,
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is smikbk sb Tablet and Lsqasd 1
originality The art of ballet t
has Inspired ioit- of the worl-
best loved music.
The film provides composen
with another and similar source
inspiration The practical prob-fl
lems Involved are more romplea
'Ms film
frie mitt found In
movi: .
:id also in his scon fee
'."'Ida. A
ertain llmogt pgevtsMlve vigr-ur
ballet Checkmaie
i.i/.ari:th ( on
:
Host and reaecl
n houi.
he redeem.- hiniM .'
.
. i -.
night attack. There is a slight
and verv different, but there u nt "fc wHI " '" '"<~h Pi^.s as the
lin wto mi:.I. f !hc UllT "''
.nould not rwch Ih* un hciH I ': '^"7''"'' * <*"
straight-jacket it* own music |UJ| can ,,0
reduce the composer to a merrfi^,, ., fllm m8d* |D
technician juggling In third- 1
second to met the re-j.. i
the p i r t u r e on t!
Music in this rase Is only
many elements: It must give way music, chamber music, ihural and
tc trie stnry. the acting, the direc-Jorrhestral music including seven
tlon. The photography and, very symphonies. 1'erhaps he finds
Eh no to the sound track it- 'hat the dl ; film compos-
self In writing music for films '<" <"rhs his fertile Imagination
a composer's technical equipment '-' much, at any rate, he has only
* ___ .. ..f*-.. . i-t..
rannot be too great
written two film scores to date.
The flr^t was Malta Q. C.
whsek iu> Bne wore made an irp-
presstve contribution to the film.
and has been henrd frequently in
hall
in wiatful Irish tern-
opportunit> Beln|
The average dim runs for about
an hour and half, and framed
by the Overture, that is. The Title
Music and the Finale or Play-out
Music, may carry anything from fuV(,i'gaC
20 to 60 minutes of music. This perament
music may range from comedy to M fine pianist himself, it was in
t-agedy. symphony to swing, music tcrcsting to see how h* u*
halls to madrigals and may include instrument to express the tender-
snythlngbra's bands. street nsm of young Oliver, while, the
bands, barrel organs, bagpipes, force and vitality of Fagin's Romp
solos, duets, choirs or quartet, was equalled by Us sense of fun
Ideallv. the composer's problem and humour
i* to give a shape and cohesion to The year 11*35. when Arthur
tha sound track, to that if it were Bliss wrote hi. fine score for the

i.ich con-
temporary composers
films as a modern medium for
tiu-ir ait. Looking
finds that practically
every composer of note II
has contributed in no m
It is interesting to si
reactions. Some were I
Ksd at the
.
of them
.'tut about the Ul I
tor. until thc-y had e*pei -
.
cal imaginations which the films
.!: ghn
The nln. magnabi I Um
'' i
stabling.
him to earn a living, fail
"i tunccntrate a tittle

amphomt'S and quarlcls. Under
esc eon.:. nn more
OMd f"! .....mpossa to fail b-io\*
his own -.tanddtus than in the
i in. milt rent, psi
rw for ..
.....
to wiitt fi,i Um K-tirha/ys or Hie
Archbishop of Salzburg The
it paid to make Ul
unique contribution to lag
of the filmto bring to /
iiility and cull
IKIrTl'tK*! UTE-Here's ktM tu Hurk it:
4 X UL A A 1 K
la L O N U r C L L O *%
One letter -Imply .un.H for another In this example A is used
for th< three Ls. X fo the two Os. etc. Single lctte, gooa-
rc-phies. ih length and formation of the words are all gE
sch Jty the code letters are different.
A Cryptogram Quotation
UO DKJ U LVWAC BPT DKJ U
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CLTEX... the polish thai
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CUTEX gives sparkle ro
your costume . ipplies
easily ... resists peeling
and chipping.
Because CUTEX is so in-
expensive you can aftotd
to keep se\*eral shades on
hand... to harmonize
with your favourite

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>l Mill. JULY 3t). H.Vi
Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE
PAGK BBVI
lit' >imli II,in.mi I urns Mi- Si.il. I. Horn.- I..... A liimn S. U....I
SIR EDMUND GIVES THE GIRLS
GLOSS-al 10 a week
I


at bou-and-nrroit tar^t sfitKoii:.;
lltmling Is ExtraArchery Is Free
in*i *
Wednesda^ ,.
' place U*
t] .
alt.
n h 101 ihc
Berl -1 Ihc local rep
A English mistress. *>ki lo be
with resident teacher.
* lu will also act bb cntiperon,
j1 :*. the I'lfi,]
-. lal luior-
j.. 1
llundviiui- Mala,
Banff* ikn Uw
on
-.., i>xburgh -
v.<( wiii.tiK teachers in
PlM instance
man V\ II 1*11. \M>1 KSON ,.
teaching Flirabrln tc
Bomundi car hi gcg fpjip nm*
lkt gets from gun-.pray;ng the
woodwork of ihc house
ced oil
Against all thu academic activ-
ity there i> Um heavily historical
atmosphere of the house lUelf
Oxburgh Hall ha
an Fnglishtnan*- oMle-h'm.

than a tKn
.hei yi U.N HI/Alii in .;,,.,
baan turned ml
no) be> sum 1 f
j m 1 in Ugh* The ... -. .1
boards and o'her hide> -1
tome In useful for keeping tennis
logs.
1 alaaotalaij <-!..
draped foui '-poatei bad*, on.- of
which boasu .1 -pi..... .
> I m\k\ mi 1 n 01
COM ..;.,. aWa
irisj.umk. bul tha] ara costai than
ihc uoTiTiitnu ,-,>- found in BUM
schools
Ihc girls' runipw-n,oin is ihe
I tha] plat
pniR-piiin! iiii.ii 1 tha diiaoDrovini
loo* ol OVUN ANN. lAafl II
and tha H-ding.cht win was kiii.-,i
ut the Buttle or Worcester frown-
ing down on them from the wall-
ASTHMA MUCUS
Loosener Mrsl Day
anaa atarta b*ir'<-

* m *
AfrY*r Own Beoty L,.
^ WITH A CLEAN. CLEAR SKIN 'i'tOtf. 3 ,. 4

Ancestral 1 ..1,.
In ihe dining-room if* the stare
Of tha first sir hunk. b. uhi.li
nohow ha
.. iva man aalgn esc-
pWeaiOH
Afler all." sa
munor house in Norman limes L\ Oli.'.HUS |^v Brdlllgfcld.
I castle-type \i 1 > ......c b;
Eve Perrick-On Everybody'* Toe
r'ltOM .i ..[ the btalvl.% home* of England-one which li uiifi.rtui.alclY m .1
t LMa spot in Norfolk arid therefore not n paying proposition as gfl Of**n-
Bd I head vtn|ura dignilled .ream and gold brochure is being
1 Ixbunji H..11. bulU ..
?BY8 ind than In U8J 'uroad Into a 100-1
.' im D vith a taata f-.i large Uvln .
The bro-.hure annouiM
SIX KDMVSD and / MIY PASTON HEIHNCFKU> -Ou prManl oi.u.r nnd his Vlff
uk, ro fhefr I......- a lin Had nambar 0/ earvfaUv sw.-ried ifotmp imlies From
foraia.....aatrlaa, ii'tiusr porania urlah them |o laava Caalhih ami ifu ..
Etivlfah eouiifry life 111 the genuine oli'iospheri' i.( > old naOttall Umntry hoVM
li niii.-i words, tha until btronat and bia pretty wtft Joan *** i^vina nut a atw
olvtng the old problatn of bow to Buuntaiti the tantu]
.. lu\ur> nnnihJng school.
Bo tax just Uwaa youru ladtaa ara being ilnisiwti thereNICOLE HANSON, of
Parla, MARGARET BCHNEEBUROBB, of Swltrljnd and ELIZABETH HERON of
Maldon, K' ex-all nineteen years old.
Guinea-Pigs
1 Nicola and Margaret corna Cram nwmlrtfa which
Elizabeth has already iiecn kivcii Ihe pramrlliail
nl> into debs in a Swiss e-t.iblisliment, what the girls i
i'l -" much .1 finish us a sort of super-shine on top of that.
lieatment for turning
re getting at Oxburgh
preaent
hould be
iteu |o young girls He wie
QOVarnOi "f thai Tower i>( lndoii
\.hen Eh/abeth
1 1 .*
still ,ii pplta of a mui 2,000
hmO) pt.i traits looking down their
rlttocraUc nose-, the new girls at
Oxburgh Hall are winning through.
lit a new Th'" Hedingfel.t jiu. i
Oxburgh '' lindar the eha|>el ai>
dofnj DOUgh grave-turning to
make thr burial-ground into a
ploughed Held but there has been
only one sign that anyone ti work-
ing against the scheme The crown
- ingountmg tha Badingfald '";''
of arml on the hea rtnhnlng Parton Room has uddanly
1 ihe
inexph.
rmfrrsscjr
initial trto an
more iiK-
tuition in one language;
three
of eourao, the guinea-pigs. Pupils -Well, reetlly, ihay*re
explains her ladyship pay f4n .. month for board and
English for the foreigners and the natives hav. a choice af
Hollywood And The War
HOiXYWOQD.
bus] taking
stock ol Itsall today with the pos-
iDMllty thai 1 U
may Ion


,1 gad from World
erve atatua. If the
Itv JAMES PADG1TT sinking ship.
rown Clark Gabli 1 1 Th,. Calvary
Mr For a now u on Ronald Keugan
1 Marines
. OSS wai Paul Power. MacDonald
.1 1!. 1 gn of U All lea
and n. I'-
ll,. Daik
lofantrj
ii, bla 1
ml itions most
the studios will be oV
10 lind leading men to
lit! their ghoa
Top man of the Taraptai I
riot, Dai ryl /.anuck. was
I signal ..if.
colonel ii 1 1 Africa
and Italy.
I...st week
in the Texas
N
1 m the
..... >

1
Junmj Btowart, baldai "i one ' Ueflln.
arvkc record*. Navj rvvervisb ineludi Waynt
ervlce a colonel in Mort who shot dowi 1 1
.....
Dough
l- ...
laimed Tyrone
... alarm
r'ci'l. l.imi:. Ilayward and William
Uundlgan, Victoi Mature, Gig
Young and Cesar Romoro chose
I t Guard,
lliodetick Crawford, Gene Autry,
Lex Raker. Mickey Rooriey. Guinn
Wilh-ni-. Red Skelton. Donald
O'Connor. John Payne, Burt Lan-
castai and Robert and John
MlCehum all were enlisted men in
the list one-
Draft ehgibles who may be
beckoned from promising film
ihc near future include
Vic Damone, Johnny Sheffield and
lohn Barrymofc, ,'r
From .lien on the school Is run
on a cafeteria system Pick what
fOU like and pav for what you
lilck. Chargeable "extras'* offered
include sailing, fencing, riding,
hunting, painting, (lower decora- cash customers
and a secretarial course.
ably disappeared
Fin* li fining
Sir Edmund shrug-* his shoul-
ders. The plan Co n .e Oxburgh
Hall a seat of learning continues
Lady B says there is no othel
place like It in England. Certain'>
it should soon be recognised u
he best tiainlug ground for youn;;
ladies who might marry into othei
over-taxed stately homes.
When- else could on.- k.-i ll.,-
necesaury expsTlenn- to show
nd Ihe place*1
LK.S.
ONEO
- mnplt-kiiHi, bjvc foui beaui) om 1
areful .teansmii Equally eHnvc h-r : t .liy.iiro
Fa. rot He/J af riagnifna riiem n kly dfanoivei cvei race of 1
itiJ gum'
HMII >kin feelii

( i-j-ii"!
Jit ,1 ii I
ndl, ->
unoother, and win hingrj ck ui 1
nifljhl aral DOfntBj '' I"'
beauoji routuM Vull hh ah and /<>'
tin aavnvn^dMeiggcg
AT LEADING DRUO AND
OEPABTMINT irOMfl
* *
1
. William H< Wi 1
WhUa .di Kiiius of plans are [
. [oot lo entertain the troops both I
HTont- m the United States and overseas, I
ichanl Ney and John Al Jolson is the Ural performer
.works
,ikgfun!
Vhen amahs married
- his troublesibegin!
St e S*
fOl
'ho rcceh
hen*
d the Na

eaafc Washington approval to fly to,
Korea 1I.N.K.1
^
A
There In

fn
Food Drink
Together
IN A PERFECT COMBINATION
J ONLY 3 iVONTHS 1
^losing interest 'j
n,.
All
IMT NIGHT, Mother
l-(.ihrojt
with Vick*
uRub 1 i kC-' 1 > as
linn m
9 BY Mil
FOR YOU
MILLIONS OF MOTHERS I
;i 1
- m
4 '
ndlMn

^7
o( "t'uL. \.i,'oWub _.
IIS tAFI' N 1 '.,!iior'
atlAtANt' 1
'
* dtren
m orkmg lar ho

hm Vkrfcs VareiRut' Im prtxnl Its
worth in so many mill.om of norrm
'He world know* that Good stoul Is a Blen
heallh builder All the world knows thai "
have been eaten since Roman time- for 'heir
health oivlne ".w" v*1u
We hove perfected
rfe combination of
those two in a
MANX
/ rHAT. In|7jc^S OUT OP I0.\
V C0La>TES MMOVESTHE I
CAUSE "OP. BAD BREMH /
awv- 1.
OYSTER STOUT
'o 4a ." drink
riMill >'-'|i KF.ISh )((., I HI I
AI.LEYNE. HHTHUR & Oa, Ud.l.Nl'l , Co. Md .
S E. COLE & Co. Ltd .
D V. SCOTT & Co.. Ltd,
SAMUEL GIBBS.
'.ITTENS. CKONEY i Co., Lid .
J N. OODDAJtD 4 SONS, Lid
E A DANIEL 1 Co,
L J
JOHNSON A REDMAN,
I'ERKINR i Co Lid .
PITCHER CONNEI.I. C n ROGERS,
C. A WEBSTER
XS'i r, L.ld -*oU Atf-I.,.
( Clean
/ Your Breath'While
f You Clean Your Teeth-
^ AND HEIP STOP
( TOOTH DECAY'
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PAC.I. MtlllT
SINDAV AI1MM \ n
M Ml 11 .11 I V 111 I'..
MRa^j0_ADVOrE
rr.-l.d It II.' Ad....
I BrKftUBB
Sntuliix. July :l. Ifljn
ftWIS WIM Ol VTilY
pi.a.vm.m;
FOR some months past repairs have been
in progr to a building at the corner of
Swan and Lucag Streets Tlu- repairs which
an* brinn tarried oul will leave the street
the same width or very little wider. In
the meantime that part of LUCM Street is
a dancer to motorist and pedestrian alike.
Ol :.'. ortanct however, than
that particular building is the tendency of
which it |g H rtyiking an example. Tin*
streets ol BarfaadOf arc n narrow that the
motorist who is so much hurried by regula-
tions can haVe this consolation, that he
must be one of the best in the world for
were this not so. the condition of the Bar-
badian roads inim; what they are. there
could be nothing else than massacre upon
the highway
The tendency is t. perpetuate a state ol
affairs which may have suited the days
when horse and buggies were the order of
the day but which art* not good enough
when larger and larger automobiles are
appearing on the roads, it is imperative
that active and vigorous steps be taken to
widen the streets of the island und in par-
ticular the streets of Bridgetown.
When repairs or reconditioning of build-
ings are being carried out the Govern-
ment should insist' that such buildings
should be taken back so as to widen the
road at that point. Compensation could be
paid for that part taken over by the Gov-
ernment for the street but it would be an
expenditure in the interest of the island.
Not only in respect of streets and Bridge-
town is the need for Governmental super-
vision necessary. The beauty of this island
is one of the greatest heritages of its people
and efforts directed at preserving its
beauty will have a great object in view.
At present many houses erected in the
island are lacking in architectural design
and In some the construction does not
make allowance for preserving the natural
beauty of the surroundings. The space
between houses is not enough, thus giving
an impression of an overcrowded tenantry
rather than the atmosphere of quiet ease
which is so necessary, particularly in the
Tropics.
It is true that the price of land in Barba-
dos at present is so high that the middle
class person trying to build a house is
forced into buying only enough to hold a
house, but it would be better to have a
house which is less pretentious and have
some ground in which children could play
in safety. The example of those who have
built at Top Rock should be followed.
There a spot is set aside as a playground
in which children can have fun without
fear of being run over by passing vehicles-
Along the coast of the island houses have
been going up so quickly that at present it
is difficult to drive from Bridgetown to
Oistin's and catch a glimpse of the sea.
Now that process is being extended along
the coast road to Silver Sands and houses
are being built along the Sea Rocks. The
beauty of that lovely stretch of road will
soon be ruined unless further building can
be stopped on the sea side of the road.
This paper has often warned against the
unnecessary encroachment of Government
but in some fields it is necessary that there
be some supervision in the interests of the
island. A Town and Country Planning
Bill should be introduced into the Legisla-
ture which would give to Government the
right to supervise the erection of any new
buildings in the island. The powers at
present held by Government are quite in-
adequate for modern needs.
, Government has not set a good example
by abolishing the post of Architect and
Town Planning Officer A correspondent
has pointed out in these columns that this
now leaves the Government without a
qualified adviser on the erection of new
Public World
Government must wake up to its re-
sponsibilities. The passing of political
addresses may be a pleasant pastime but
they do nothing to enhance the prosperity
of the island nor to ensure that the long-
term interests of the island are safe-guard-
ed. Only an Act along the lines of the one
which failed to become law would begin to
give the necessary' supervision and direc-
tion to the development of the island. Only-
then will the people know that the beauty
of their island home will not be squandered
and sullied with imp
Ifceea
IN the correspondence columns of this
newspaper during the week, attention was
focused on the destruction of trees and he
il! effects which this practice must have
on life in this island. There is little ex-
be offered but the real reason is
that the average person fails to realise the
overall importance of trees, and this lack
of appreciation has led to a vandalism
which is regrettable.
The popular idea is that trees are planted
to provide shade for men and animals
when th> (ring, and cooking fuel
When the) are felled. There are far great-
foj trees planted methodically.
They beautify the surroundings especially
when they are of the flowering type, they
prevent erosion when planted on the hill-
sides, they also prevent landslides by caus-
ing water to percolate more easily after
heavy rains, they provide shade In places
where it is necessary and finally they at-
tract the ram so necessary in a country de
l>cndent upon agriculture.
In some parts of the world trees are pro-
tected by legislation and the removal of
one tree demands the planting of three,
a- In Ireland, or generally two. This pre-
caution is taken because it is felt that one
may die and the other, having survived will
replace that which had been removed. This
is not the case in Barbados. The Legisla-
ture recently passed a bill which will allow
the payment of six cents to every person
planting certain trees on their lands but
there is no penalty attached to the destruc-
tion of trees o( any kind at the whim or
caprice of people who are not particularly
concerned with their value.
There are people in this island qualilied
to speak on the subject and the matter is of
Hitnotant importance that some individual
or society or civic body should undertake.
by means of literature or lectures or both
to enlighten the general public on the ne-
cessity for protecting trees and to acquaint
them with the grave dangers which can
follow the indiscriminate destruction of
trees. Any such action would be welcome
public service.
It must be admitted that the practice in
this island became prevalent in recent
years because of two reasons; first the in-
creased value of furniture made from ma-
hogany and secondly because of the serious
shortage of firewood. The prevalence of
ground provisions as a popular article of
diet demanded a greater amount of cook-
ing fuel than would otherwise have been
the case; but if trees suitable for cooking
fuel are removed methodically, then it
would be easy to protect ourselves by the
planting of two trees whenever one is fell-
ed. It is the indiscriminate destruction of
trees, even fruit bearing trees which needs
prompt attention.
Apple*
HI' HAVE Jl'ST Rrri:ivui
Koine .Siua* Party
1 Got Soaked!
BRUKJE OF onCHV. Ars>!I,
THIS week 1 have added lo mi
snpeneneei of foreign travel
by penetrating far Into the Bcat-
Ush HighUnd*.
It Ik ; n If)
all sides arc tin.....ret
the bairn*, ileni and betas, and
m "iim.,. en* thi......
stoeh and barrel
Ilnl The I'urp'isc of mv jmirne-.
I Is KYX
held desire to stalk a stag.
Hove you ever stalked sta**.'
It inord
i holograph them
My purpose was to get on
and Interview it.
Igfl in Scotland live In
deer foresti Uniallj then
Ires in sight iit it Li itlll railed
fore.st
Paris *!. mil. i n
STAGS, as you may have guessed
Wen the original inv>
the stag party And you don't
wonder rsellj when you think th.it
'luring the rutting season in tin
autumn one stag may have BS
many as 70 wives hanging round
him.
It's enough to drive any hus-
band lo a stag, party, and it tin
end of the gtBOOO he's M fed Up
he goes "(T with the hoys and
deesnl corns home tin the follow-
ing year.
The wives, or hinds, dot '
to rnlnri being left with the frhll-
Iren They collet-1 iQOJSthSJ
irge parlu Im .. good old ten
months' gossip.
Actually, this is the wrong time
of year to stalk stags Thru hon
are Mill covered with velvet, ->
the sportsmen don't shoot them till
Augusl or September
Bui the Mac Wick si red. Ol BSfl
Hampstead, NU'i
known to catch trout with a worm,
wasn't worried by a thing like
thai, the cad And. anyway, there
is no law against Interviewing a
stag.
The way to stalk stag Is tint
to pick one oul on ihe mountain
iu i ii...i \ i. ksi* a
Has Fun 1- mding Out
How To Do A Bit Of
Sulking
Ing u uas
then walk for
i n| dlrec-
Wllh a teles.
i i
.
lion.
This is so that you can gel Into
a position from winch lo approach
DOttl being seen or scented .
It* immtiy
The welcome arrival of Tasmanian apples
in Barbados this week coincided with the
arrival at this newspaper of a clipping from
the Daily Telegraph of London.
The clipping is in the form of a letter
and is headed Canadian Apples. It quotes
thi imports of apples into Britain for the
past four months of this year. The figures
show that 2,555.710 of apples were im-
ported from all countries in that period
and 1.477.960 from Canada.
The writer of the letter I Mr. Hugh
((uilley of Romsey is very perturbed.
The average price per ton of Canadian
apples he claims was 45 and in April
58- an exceedingly profitable transac-
tion, when one considers that the control
puce for the new English crop will be 42.
And he asks "must the British home
producer be put out of business and the
British consumer exploited to the limit?
Quality for quality, cost for cost, price for
price, the British producer can meet all
fair competition. Ltt the Canadian Gov-
ernment stop its subsidies and the British
Minister of Food free the British market
and the real position will be clear."
How far does this apparently domestic
issue in the United Kingdom affect Ihe
buyer is simple. Forbidden access to the Canadian
market and finding no apples available for
export from the United Kingdom the local
buyer obtains apples where he can.
Anyone who has had the privilege of
tatting a Tasmanian apple for the expen-
diture of 20 cents will not regret the ex-
perience and will welcome the enterprise
of the importers who provide a real pleas-
ure at less than the price of all but the
cheapest seats at the cinema.
But when it is known that the cost to
the importer of these apples exceeds 100
per ton then it ought to be immediately
obvious that Barbados is suffering because
Great Britain has no apples to sell and will
not allow Barbados to buy in a cheaper
Canadian marke*.
If apples were not so rich in vitamins and
such good food it would matter less. As it
is, it matters much.
WHIM you gel near at last you
start crawling uu your nun-
in> like a Red Indian; inking ad-
vantage ol every hollow, rock and
clump ol heather In ihe process
.: ii,ak
at lo ihe skin and covered in
peaty mud
Vet people pay enormous sums
10 undergo the experl-
re lbs war they rack-
OSt about 25 lo shoot I
some people bagged
ROOD- It probably
" .i In! mine now, but no one
' i work it out.
Once n is shot a stag Is worth
around KB. It weighs about 160
lb dressed and the meal fetches
lid a lb officially and Is. 3d. In
market
By tradition all the inside* of
long lo the professional
BtalkSf WHO accompanies Uie
I'm.-, .tic called huin-
btea, hei m humble pie
II la i a as
HBLPSD by a professional
... i I got near lo a stag
sitting under a rock. Two young
rs keeping watch for him.
rather like fags al a public school
The lags announced us by start-
log to run. and the old slag was
about to rise when I said. "Don't
got up. sir. I've only come to
ntertiew you."
When 1 was in Cyprus recently
i \v;is taken to task by a local
newspaper for writing abou.
monks instead of politics No
wishing lo make the same mis
lake in Scotland. I asked the sla
what he thought about Horn.
Rule for Scottish deer.
Id he didna ken nun I
about that, bul he'd heard ther
were some very good Jol foi
deer In English parks
English park deer are bigger
have better antlers, and liv
longer than the deer in the Scot
tish so-called forests.
Before the war. he Hid, Uu
keepers in Scotland used to k>v<
them malxe to eat in the wintei
and that improved their antler*
but now they got nothing
Growing a new set of antler
every year was a great strain n
-i fellow in these days of austerity
.We Eat Them'
STAGS lose their antlers bi
April and I asked him if thi..
ti-k a weight from their mind
On the contrary, he said, It was
most disconcerting.
You'd be lumping over a roch
or something and suddenly bant,
would go one of your antlers lik.
a Jockey coming off a horse
You'd Jerk up your head lo Ml
what had happened, and of
would come the other
What did they do with th
antlm when they'd cast them'
Well, he said, we usually eel
them There's a lot of calcium n
lhem. you know, and we nee
that to grow a new set
Smart Slag
WE stalked and talked for .
little longer, and then tlu
slug said he must be awn' thi
noo, but if I heard of any vacan-
cies al Richmond Park or Wind-
sor would I let him know?
And so with his two fags in
attendance he bounced off dowi.
the mountain for a drink with
the boys at the bum.
L.E.S.
Hi iii \ ii in lie Twelve
1 AM MOKE impressed with
the quantity in this twelfth num-
ber of Dim than the quality.
There seems to be a general urge
in the Caribbean to put iwn to
paper. The result, "when ll Is
good It Is very good bul when it
Is bad it Is horrid".
Some contributors seem to forget
that writing is a means of com-
munication. You have an emo-
tion, a theory, an MpsrienOB, g
Joke, whirh you would like lo
share with other people Hut
there is no need to Inform thggfl
in addition how clover rou ari
and those who like ferreting oul
obscurities arc more lik.-h i .
turn lo the crossword puzzle ihan
to a literary periodical In other
words some of these contributions
strike me as Intolerably self-
( ullSCI.iU'.
This seems to me to be espe-
cially true ol toe misc. set. for
the most part in the moulds which
were fashionable with the Avant-
Gardc in England and the USA
twenty years ago. Since Iks war
English speaking poets hnve
moved towards greater clarity
and simplicity. Slight though
they are. the French verses of
Roland Dorrelv seem lo mc to
have caught the sen l
moro ureta than the ; i
ontrihutionv In English
Always excepting Derek Wal-
rolt Here i ;i true i.rt with
something to s.i> which can onh
be said in verse, in othn words
Wj S. I unlifle Owen
Author r The Phoenix and
the Dove. Dolphin
Town etc..
I inn- pottle theme sod always
expi m terms of true poetry.
Whereai Hugh I'ophams Ballad
o/ Full tsotto (which fulfils
none of the conditions of a ballad)
might just as well have been
spoken into the telephone to God-
dard's or Colonnade who would
have delivered Ihe order the next
morning (except the pessaries')
I illy, visually, il looks
like poetry, but is in fact lillle
more than highbrow exercise In
cataloguing, with . Uttta vulgarity
thrown in lo "epclrr le bouryrois'".
illy ipesJdng. manner
* i iii these poems.
Their authors have not really got
enough to say.
The prose, on Iho other hand,
sutlers from the opposite defect.
plenty to say but uncertainty as
lo how lo say It Farritfo by Geof-
frey Druytnn, cast in a different
form and worked up might have
been Interesting. As it is. this is
nut literature but the raw mate-
rlal (rom which literature is
made.
Only the eery greatest artists
like Rousseau, or unconscious
geniuses like Pepys, can afford to
admit then leaden to then- work-
no) lo let Uwn peat
the showroom where Ihe finished
.iiiu le is displayed.
Edg.ir Miltelholzers contribu-
tion Is delightful, the work of an
itcompllshed artist who uses his
ir-1- like an experienced crafts-
man. Karl Sealy has the born
writer's gift of revealing charac-
ter in a few lines. Samuel Selvon
has a pleasant way with him.
I would like lo congratulate
Ihe printers on the admirable re-
producUons of Haitian pamlero
and John Harrison"s article on tlu
subject is excellent. It is n pit.
that Ciolde White's gossipers has
been printed upside down, (or
bound in upside down In my
copy). There are certain artisl*
whose work is greatly improved
by this treatment, but hers has
earned the right to stand on Us
own feel not on its head!
I nnish with a plea. I notice
that no less than three of Uu
stories are concerned with the
colour question. Cannot wc Id
this old war-horse lie down god
rest for awhile? Cannot the fra-
ternity of writers, whose outlook
should transcend class, colour and
creed, forget this wretched sub-
ject which poisons social Inter-
course in the West Indies? Can-
not people write about tin
human beings without continually
worrying over the colour of thou
skins? The human heart Is the
ultimate theme of all worth whilr
Bad immortal literature and it t<
Hie same everywhere.
Ol H III AIM IIS V\Y:
Crickelem and Suruluv
To tke Edstor, the Advocate *
SIH,At Manchester, in June.
in cogatoottan with ihe first Test
Match, on Sunday June 11th lo
be exact, the evening service in Ihe
big Methodist Church-Hall, rnllci
the Albert Hall, was utilise*! to
join in the welcome of ihe West
Indies Cricket Team, and link
them up with DtVUM i
The minister in charge, the Rev.
W QowigBdL eondii'-te.i I
vice, and olhers who took part
were the Rev. Palmer-Barne-.
assistant to Mr. Kidney the
manager of the trip, the Rev I
GrtfUn. superintendent of the
James St. Circuit, Barbados, who
is on short furlough, Mr. K. W.
Crowe of the Brinsh Olympic
Team and Secretary of the M '
chesler Athletic Association, and
Mr llert Whally. coach of the
Manchester United Football Club,
who Is also a Methodist Lay
Preacher.
Some seven members of ihe
team were expected to attend but
Anally only two. Messrs Goddurd
and Rae. turned up Then' was
widespread interest in 0
and a great crowd of 1801 1
filled Ihe hall.
The preaching part of the per-
i>v Mr Whatli-y
and the Revd. Palmer-R<:
former taking for his text st
i ihortatMn In i Corin-
thians, 16, 13: 'Watch ye. stand
fast in the faith, quit you like men,
be strong." and the latter the com-
| ..no of Hod to Moses. -Whereforr
cricft thou unto me! Speak unto
the children of l-rael. lhal they
go forward "
I Ii ii,- the item from my church
' .. M'lhixlist Recorder.
recently to hand, which also re-
produced on ihe same page inc
photo of the learn which appeared
in the local papers at the beginning
of the Tour.
NOW is nol that something
natty better for all concerned
than playing part of the match on
layl Better for the men
to have the Sunday for rest and
for everybody the opportunity for
worship and due respect for
Almighty God.
r. g.
ftgejaegf Policeman
To tke Fdifor. the Adt-ocare
SIR.After m
of absence 1 am indeed delighted
with the progress my island home
.- in it* trend towards
..urn. Good structures.
etc rial, too numerous
to mention in my nocturnal
' -.truck bv the
reeeal building erected by Planta-
tion's Limited which is Indeed
credit lo local craftmanship, hut
greater surprise laid in store foi
me as I joumied towards Harmony
Hall district As I saw the new
Globe Theatre 1 was Is
very much with this palace. nn I am rather doubtful} if the
structure can be sun,J-"ed in other
West Indian island-, certainly nit
In Trinlda I
But certainly what impressed mi
vocation 1 havi
chosen. With j little more time.
Coi Michelin In ihe near fulurt
will have placed Barbados Folia
i rery fax up the ladder of
progress. I am Indeed very pWsei
with his latest Innovation of In-
cluding ihe weaker sex in the rol<
of Police Women, as naturally
women arc more suitable to ap-
proach women law-breakers and
delinquent young girls than men
Other fellow constables m the
West Indu wJl join me in wish-
ing that other Wo : Indian Islands
I i-i Col. MJchelin's at-
lb Col Mlchelln'f
ambition of unification of the
r..i South America
Forces I wish him good luck il
the attempt.
I have not forgotten that
Jamaica has set the example
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run-day. jii.y in !..-..
When The Bell Rings..
It's One Big Party
Line In Antigua
Say* Eunice Savoury
SUNDAI \n\ot \n
PACE NINE
THE ft
telephone service was the Ihird lo
bt Installed m the world n m
put Into operatn-n U
nineteenth OtBtllfJ
Government use only and us time
*nt b' n
ly ii'iiii H
Htv u! tiv,- bun
I |
done lo modern,
arid Th,
line* eonttmiM

In 1924 the exchange was
moved from High Si to Its
present site In the up]>cr flat of
a shabby old building at the
COnM! of Urn* ,.nd fl
and there | new twitch hunrd
accommodating two operator* was
installer* There fa) ., sfa
girls and the chn-f opal
lives on the pram!* and answers
night cmlli mil. [ran t ., m roei in uid n m oui The
nru wort doubly frocn 7 a.m. till
* pm. a 4 pm
till 9 p.m. Th...
extra operating eniplr..,.
In ve On h
Betwe.-n U3U and 1HS0 ...
have been made b) tUe dUaan t
tXpOTti The. bjiVl 111 report.. I,
Jopaited. and i i i
heard oi lumbtf SIX Sl'i -
vky i- now Id <>ui mid:: ma
replica] v\t w of ibe who i
j v. . .; inothtr lot .t
birds ol naaiagi or is "SIX"
Antigua's lucky number. .-
Antigua going Into private life on
the wires, or is Antigua going to
lontinue to hove oiu* great big
Talkie Talkie Party?' One gen-
tleman recently liked, "Does the
Antigua Telephone .service have
party line*"" "Of course we do,
it is always party line" was the
iepl> and furthermore, country
lolk need never hoIher to come to
town to near Pm n*wi They just
piek up the receiver and are en-
tertamed with all the verv latent
lit bits
This miraculous telephone sei-
ne! and even crosses the sea at on-.-
point, from the Narrows to Guiana
Island. There are two branch ex-
changes, one at Parham and the
other at All Saints. There are
several lines which carry two.
three, four and flve parties The
one line which carries live parties
goes in the direction of the fash-
ionable Beach Hotel area. Num-
ber five on that line is Mrs. Cyril
Hobson at Edgcwater and when
she is required her bell rings SIX
TIMES. Picture what a musical
house Edgewater must be with
tingling staccatto trills throughout
the day while the bell is heard
railing parties two. three and four.
Nevertheless Mrs. Hobson claims
that she receives excellent service
even better than that experienced
when she lived in the city.
Mr. Cox Chambers is the name
of the earliest superintendent that
can be remembered by a few mem
bers of the present generation.
The biggest drawback In thir
undent service is due to its being
an earth return system with gal-
vanised overhead wiring which
causes frequent cross talk. One
irrascible Governor after three
fruitless attempts to speak on l
line occupied by two old ladles
Kossiping, shouted to the operator.
"Take those two damn old mag-
pies off the line and let the Gov-
ernor do his work".
There is no telephone director}.
Operators have to know every -
body throughout the island by
name, and in most cases they know
the names of houses as well. They
are all a very efficient good
naturcd lot of girls, not only arc
they educated as operators but
they are the most intelligent up.
to date Information bureau. There
is no tourist bureau on th? Island,
but any stranger can ring the ex-
change, and any of those girls
willingly give the most accurate
prompt assistance. The com-
plaint from an operator's point
of view Is that you would be
amazed at the number of folks
who do not trouble themselves
to answer the bell instantly and
some who never answer it at all
They are quite accustomed to
night pranks where often a gay
lad at a dance hall will turn the
handle and say. "Operator are
you there?" Yes "Well stay
there".
The operator gets her's back
when some clever person decides
to ask the time in the wee bOUfl
of the morning. "Any Hour" is
the reply. The most frequent
Djojod by operators is
whan ;i party calls, and then
can't for the life of ihem remem-
ber whom they require. -'Why'"
The individual has been so en-
grossed in listening to a spicy
conversation of who is having
saltiish ami fungie for breakfast
that they have quite forgotten
their own business In such
rases the operator says, "O.K.
you can call me when you re-
nirmber "
What a historic spot the Tele-
phone Exchange is? More oama
las are focussed on that building
ivcry week than on any other
part of the island No I ...
attracts the tourist's camera iv-
fore he has made certain he has
snapped that famous siglil. die
..niy gpol In the world where
some rive hundred wiri
IMi ana ;" (tie m
through a broken gla-
Those without cameras look i.p
almost getting stiff necks an !
with astonishment winder hi v
on earth a linesman ever traces
a faulty line in the maastva <
fusion within the building Tn .
enquire, Does it work'" V
deed it doaa work, an
ingly well too |in>vidod you
have patience, and if you do MM
possess patience, you will aura .
cultivate patieiue in Antigua.
Regardless of the many fault!
on this useful and ancient service
the public has no nee loo seriously taking into consider-
ation that commercials, doctors.
< nd all can listen or talk
all day and every day at ihP rate
of 8 cents per day Without
exjggeiation an average of 3.nor
calls are put through daily
Mi Harvey Smith who is ml'-
ina tin mrvco on i-hai* of dm
Colonial Office layi "I never
imagined there was such a tele-
phone system still in existence. I
O ounht the last of iu tvue WU
-flapped 6fl* years ago" Mr
Harvey Smith has already coven.J
the island with Mr. H. D. C.
Mooie. Supt. of Telephones. Last
I lone! V. G Bloodworth
C.B.E, Who is making survev
throughout the West Indies on
behalf of Cable & Wireless arrived
and before he had time to accus-
tom his eyes to the whirl of wires
he had to seine the only possible
oppoiiunity of getting to Monl-
serrat on Saturday morning.
With a little luck Mr. Harvev
Smilh and Colonel Bloodworth
hope to arrive back in Antigua
next Monday. Colonel Bloodworth
says that he must be back in Bar-
bados by tith AugustA party
in the air
'Rice Sweepings"
Sold As food
B. G. To Have Canada Does 13m
(Cassava Processing Mow Trade With
Factory \\. G.
I..L
. I .
H.rh.tfo. Ad*.ralr I
A lien
i I] iROETOWN
An opDOrtunit) wMcl
Guiana^ ca .> (artnei I in
long wanted will be then I..
KINGSTON w-.i-.in! i lead
iportation from BrtOah outlet
has caused a temporal. Ptndtd production at remunera-
te market, live prices rhii outlel will be
provided b] a pi" -

ton.
. . i
lion at the nui dI im ftMU the
.lure has
called upon f.ii .
now on a i
cassava production,
While the \
will fulfil ,i v.imi 1) or ttwr pur-
i.i -'. in the local
during recent weeks. As a resui-
of the fact that this importation
is being ottered on the market for
human consumption instead oi
stock feed as expected, the Foou
Controller has decided that no
niport licences for this
commodity will be issued ".n tn
Irsterait of public safety".
Iii the meantime the Criminal
investigation Department has bean poses, one or the moat Important
railed in tn investigate the cir- of its activities will be the mauu-
curnstances of the importation ana factun of i l iva Sour, which
subsequent sales, will Mi afford .i profitable outlet
A statement issued Saturday by fbl faxmerf provide
the Food Controller staled that a COtMUtnen With nutrttli
commodity described as "Stoci; and trwrabj <:' > reduce Brtttah
Kwii" and which in fact was nee <"'"
sweepings, is being offered to the !"' Imported
trade from British Guiana. A "''!" '"' J" :'
^JZ%'Jtt&P?&
without an import licence and CllMl.1Vrt ,,., ,. ,..,..., w,-,d
some of this is being offered W dollar-earn, i
the public as rice for human eon- rounlll,.s whi< h exi
sumption despite lU inferior quantUUN Lo i Ul led SUtei of
quality. Amu:
The importer concerned told It Is pro) h. In the
the press that the British Guiana near fulure. in the Pi
Government had sent sample* uf Rivet and N
what was described as "stock machinery for m -
feed" to several firms in Kingston roof proent to
Georgetown. This measure will
QEt IRGBTOWN.

i. i .
during the
year tn neat
I'ntai eg] oi the 1
elided .In
113,713,013 ..in, port
337,331,113
I Tripoli xcei-di-tl e\| m
Of th.
worth v.
'. fi i
first six months ol
(lulled Ktnudom bougl I)
Italy |1H
rlod "i 1848
top plaet
..... i ol I I I
M -i 114,033
more than one hall "( *
.i
.
Ui next in tine with
H 1.nit.'- toi

Only othi t item
w< nt run:
.
total of 3172* 1J13, hn
M illion ii Imported
in 1940, SI2.U:i> '
Britain oi II 4 million n
48

1cm Slal..
Overhauling
Georgetown
Free Library
^hiostions In
I';.r I in ii in 11
\\\ *-\ IMlll M I M\lllN|| \
( Ot KSKS
\li%> Irene Hard ,>t week .. k.
Har) of State for the
Rfi badlasi Uni
Vfl M uBdUMH to tak.
'ii-Hi.ikitii: lubjacti
-
Mr. J (irtlkutv I undcrsund
i..i the I .
..<> does not at prceem
conteropUuc masi

Ml- Hard In vM oa the in.
at uaaaa -ludies to the
ma would the right hen
GenUasnan po Into iii- mottcs '
re* wra I ursei eouli
u ii ittated m thl Unsvei
Mr Os3bbbbb1 The UlUVi Hsttj
in autonosnous body i .-ill eon
i it .ui of the hon
'hem
Mass l\.trH i
Btal I i i Dion
recornrnendod in the
rteallng with un-

Mr J firinuh*. repll
8 Indj a Qa* rnn si Ii
. mploymenl
nHHig ! ent pacial
Colonlei
i"i which recent Information i-
available in the Colonial Office.
on is as follows In Hut
^ ( nlle >I'ipli" men:
leumfh
I trenUceahii
chemos in
n : -.,... .,,, ,j. ,_ ,, ,. ,l.,,l, .
In Triiinl.iil oi.mKementv tot
vocations the puw
ink of inoai
.....n the United Klngdon
"...
m peasant
foi pre*vooa<
.i lechn trah lot PI i
f farming instltuh -
iralnJnj
....
setivel)
ni, red
In .I.no.ii. ... me |Ue tion of iiii-
emptoyment among silntssiinl
i lied in view -.f the gen
ei.d unemployment rituatioo ai d
..i of the
nent, It has not tim
. deflniu
, oUi i.< glslatlon ragsu .
rshlp Ii howevei bsani
dnfted in the Ughl of a report
i.. .i local ci.mmittoe and
;i lUrVey to determine the altsurp
>.m i.ip.i. ,t> i i kuled woi ket i a ho hot <
apprentleeshl
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The object .t his vlsll
srtth the
n a ,| Stall of the PuW^
.
I
'\i to fhe
Initiation if rural libra
i
m il advlf e .in.l
In tin matter ami will
grant
. i ,..
i i.
ihi public dm mi. ihi i- rlod
August :<
of re-H
.. til >- i Up] Mi.'
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1
Gold and Dollar Balance
Mr Keriiiu asked the Chen
cell.a Of the IbtCheqUfH if he H Ii
i th- >......I Report I
tab i ent showing the oV
of each
i 1'rotc.toriite and Trust
Territory.
Mr s. t'rlppn: I propo i n tl
m xt isela&ce .f Payntant's WTtli
I'apci lo give (Igurch of the m .
Colonies M I whole mt the llrM
I. ill .e.u of Um ySSU A').le
! .iiltiinll . in the way of
giving more dMaUad Informal
end it will not be prrsslMs to >>'>
i. r set ii Inah "iu.ii Colon)
Bui i .in tEemtntng whethei i >
n valla hie information oaa ba pn
tailed wo1
nd inquired whether they
interested. Only one firm took u|i
lhe offer and imported 2,000 bags
Customs accepted the description
of lhe B.G. Government and so
did the importer. Upon examina-
tion it was found that the con-
signment contained 20 per cent
whole grains and the rest broken pislrU-t
grains. The importer offered th CCti<,,..
commodity to his customers a*
"stock feed" and It sold fast, but
Whan he had 200 bags left the
Trade Controller seized the stock
on hand.
The importer said he was awai'-
ing the outcome of the issue with
interest because no licence is re-
quired for importation of stock
feed from British Guiana "If 1
sold my customers grass to feeit
their stock and they choose to go
home and cook it and eat it, that
i DOM of my business," he said
Yesterday according to inform- u,^ud>ln,!h':
tion from British Guiana, M
not only provide employmanl tat
i m '"it "in
afford more tsffl k
cassava In tl
tit of lam ! and lhe mill
i iva "ill be pur-
icton and
the Pon North Weal
iowln p
Ires and all
further Iran
Will Study B.G.
Rice industry
M
KINGSTON
for Ai
ca. the Hon, I W
I
It British
nun.
The dcv.iop'T -
Peter Baylor, manager of that * *" f*** * ";du-,f> '
Colony's Rice Marketing Board. b*-en ..-iving the atler,
BBM that the shipment was no", "
Rice Sweepings", which Is not OP'".1""^ '
ex|rted. but broken rice
is shipped as "stock feed"
First Wirc-Nuils Factory
'Hit.aSv* AMvqihU I ..nop,......to
KING!
First Of Bun

factura of wire nails is pi
larl i.....luctton In Jta
October this you uitl.
from Government, u
loneat industry law
It is anticipated that out I
. . .
day.
Adams To
I'raclisflnB.fi.
!-
QBORGETi WN
Britlsl >
i iswyer, ilnigi I
boat) i. who recently
- '..- (*nn-
bean undei the auspices of the
1 ...... vtll i i I
liumo during the
ii..I. la coming borne with hi*
ind three
i hfldn ii. and plan t<> pf
......fore 'he Supreme
.
rolaliM's (ire
Seams
mi. i resent ior1 tn ol rwe
potatoes Is r erelj aetti opal mat
ter the Director of Agiicuiwne to) I
the Adverale yeatl nb]
H" said that ..round the montli
<>t July and Am USl ilnie is fBBsMI
.ii.nv but bar, Bantembf
ii. i.- i genersll) |.....I ipi
I.....'..' ii|.iMt,..|
tlien l<..i|K-.1
With suitable wenlher the sii)
pi-, ol pul.iNi liienm.
.dinoiiii.illv large and then (
eoursa Ihey arc procsg
Hour 'or animal', lead
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AT
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DRY GOODS
DEPI
'hlch tural organisations and IndlvldU
far me is as to the Import
developing the industry
LITTLE TU
THINGS M count
CLASPS and BUCKLES I
For l.adii". Dresses in Shade-. .f
While. I!, d (irey, Gfttftn, Sulinmi.
Itov.uood llrlio Bffjt
. earl, fnmi......2N l \jL4
Cave Shepherd & Co.. Lid.
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Fur Delightful Rrlrrsharnt
We Oiler
MALTED MH.K
SANDWKIIKS
TEASHOT DOGSCOOL DRINKS
SERVICE Al
KNIGHTS SODA FOUNTAINS
Phoenix & Cily Pharmacies
DISTINCTIVE AND DIFFERENT
Out Buyer goaj yearly lo lhe
Bnlnh /oduslllu Fall.
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PtataaMa hu. g Use
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l'ouler-
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lahle Jelly Paehas"
T*lle KaUliin Farfcasri
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Mr. Factory Manager
LET P| HELP VOU WITH VOUB REPAIR PROBLEMS.
m ifsgtff ass follaanin r< htock
bULTfl a NUTK
Iron a Br BEARING (Plmnm Block!
A8BEHTOH ROPE. TAPE and
riBRE. ftc
'JfsB ;^f^ FIRE CLAY. BAFFLE BRICKS, *tc.
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M M>.U \l>V(X'ATh
s| M>\\ II 1.1 .'.. I!'.-."
I ilEDDIt MILLAR *iand* baatde the plan* duitnq iu
construction at Baxter's Road.
KGED MONOPLAMC a) Mr Millar -mrl Mi Bu-
U.S. Army
Stepped Up
To 834,000
WASHINGTON. July 28
Id* United States Army plan-,
it. bring iU strength up to
134,000 An increase of 240.l>o
-ncer* and men over the ItH.OOG
UDlfOnn, Carl Vinson.
< bairmwi oi the House Armea
St iMm (.'Ciniinittl't'. -IHMiUllr.-l
today,
The Inert- planned unrtn
Presidenl Truman** additional
rxpendituri- i-mrr gentry budgi-i
request of 10.500.000,000 for lhr
fiscal year l5l
Vlmon Naid General J Law-
00 (ollm. Army Chief of Staff
tola the Committee that flSa.OO" -
000 would be spent for tank.-,
gun*, field artillery, and other-
"hardware equipment"
(Brat")
WINGS OVER BARBADOS
N-uded "Mu> Barbados" to do and
mat was to encourage and Hit u|
i cal interest In private n>riig
| ..,! 101
u ,1 Man
> aunt of the
.i Cipriani to Bar-
lilanc on
i .: remember the
Mr Jack Skinner
Wc.tl.irhean to
; the map of
V
h win w nwDop&m1
. niched il
. i II '

;
i. . ntti
|4caaanl
ii ,,'.
m
, arkla
HI the un-

! Hi hour he rc-
reatina stor] of tho
ljie and death of Mis* Qafbodol '
1 .
\l:ss IliirhadoB" '
" J A s.iimer BBld that ho
111 Hh i and only
nil and Mown In
As far back a* 1632
1 Ida* or owning
aod flying ;> *plana into something
' | :ty Mi.
: hOBjdi he started
. uctton in a garage at the
..:. winged
rnonoplana )at<. ram
Miss Barbados "
' icct, 8. Inch*! v
strutted from plans uppln-tl by
the Allison Aircraft 'company of
Ajnarld
Working motUy on vi-ningj,
j"niielimes at nigh* and on most
these two young cn-
pleted the
!i. < When
ii

..i the tjajr Mansion coulP '" longer
aeoommodi
peitnias!an by Mr. Doi. Jonnson to
v.-* .. p-n of the buildl
Ids Factory for rKmiinfc h This;
hUtWInJ ' '' houses the I
Ice cream plant
Engine Bengal
Mr. Skinner NU able lb i,m-
chase a Gnome
from the U.S.A. from surplus stock
tium Hi* Great War of lttn-ia
The late1 Captain MHh....
ClpranJ of Trinidad, the pioneer
i I prrvatc fiylng In that ULaud,
was so interested in the I
Mr KIcinner was buiMIng ..
t rtvata 'plane that ho '
DOdoa Ofl July to in l.i
plant rtuBUj I
..,ve as one of the thief reason*,
for his flight, the with to see Mr
-klnner's plane and fa .
Bjrlng with him
VI Bkmnor a <- tain i up li the
In O. V ||>iii
'Humming Bird
.
trou rot -i short
M.sa ilarbauo
pi November of 1932 and from
Sunday, November 6 to Saturday.
13 :,i tho request of Mr
Manning II was put on
iurbadw: Aquatic
Club
Krn For FUffhl

Huh moo Unrod

b i
Tuesday. Novemlx
Mi Nool Nl.......t,
pilot and a friend of lh<
ntrou and
on its maldop
rfoet lain
n and i eUmb i nvo hundred
pilot had to moke a forcea
landing and the 'plant-
ed.
The Advocate of November 10
gives the following description of
(he maiden flight:"
\MIF" "N
nOAl u.ioirT
...
' Ycitciday afternoon Ml Jan
kin I
Ihe build*
MISS BAJBADOS ON SHOW at tho Barbadoa Aquatic CIul,. Mr. Skinner and Mr Woath
erhoad \Ao built it, and Mr. NlcholU tho pilot, poee beside it.
. rial BUhl 1'
U
I Church, i P*i
asturc i" the ill i i i
uittabl* > g a,o*utO
j and n i rifcn*'
; (i | hemi u i' Ii >ub|i-
a.is LUiietJ up and Mi Noel
i n the pilot took his scot
l the .-o.ki.il The engine wn
..id Miss Barbados glided
forward gracefully ruing into the
air attaining a helghl of five hun
r.-d feet Mr Nicholl- headed
twardl and she
to be flying easily
'Imp*' < rushes
i unvfldling rib iui i la i
:> ea, "Miss fewrbados" describe ng place H -
by those al tJ
that the erifcine Wl
houbaf and although faced with
he problem of avoidm* j Iiouh
, hen making o foii-ed landing
M. Nicholls by great skill an-I
I.iesance of mind avuidod, wha
-light have proved a f'ttai an,
lent, and although the plane w;<
Irrotriovably the intrepid
tho relief i.f the many

. j the wpxi
mg a iieraich The ui
I || ..;'.:
away, and the com ; I
n matchwood.
The doatff i- '!.
mil havi
, young eonotrw toi tmt their
ion at rht- mlrseuloui i
the pilot made them forger" then
i appoinunoni
-., d thai '
to I In
: ...
vered lhat thi ti. wa not
aklni the coi re* I unbes. nl
revoluuoni Hi i returning t.
ihe landing grout
h troulil- nl) lh
I ive "i>i i>t 'i h<
m- Hod to make a fort |
Mis- U.iibados" . .,-' i i;t, .
Cuomo engine ;i \
haa been discarded linci \x\~ "
When interviewed l^.t evemn
' Bklnnor, nothing .
I is misfortune. annotUV
".entlon of bull. inK .
otl i lana in IhO neni
L.UIH-
*-ft< i '" Taahi Mi Skitmei
lid, Mrs I
U fund with .. Vil v
i ml assistant c to a schnie for re-
1 the piano w i iddtng in
iihor one
rhi5 mix mi- nil i rough :
i.ftrr f-e llnrhadm A*-.. Club Wi
rormod, Mr. Skinner ,ivk-.i th
, Dnaon of the fund ftn i
an Ft) the noni a ihe eped
II the newly formed alufi as i
i louglit that li was nerving u
um purpoae that lu i.....i
Two More Try
.h rredalia Mulai. M.C.P.
add Mi Gordon Butchei also had
their try at the ainateui
. high winged nii.iioplanv
. matter of fact. Mi. Millai
ma yesterday that he
N. Koreans Use
Russian Weapon
WiUi M.i. Aitiun Headquarters.
KOREA, July 28
North Koreans are wldeiy
i.'ing Soviet self-propelled-gun
mechanised vehicles closely re-
lembling tanks and often con-
fused with tank*. American officer
ed the idea of conslrucnng ,Jiti here today It was a weapon .
piano when he was onl> eighteen 0f support, far more vulnerabl
ears old. than the lank but could knock
lie began building a plane with out a tank, he added.
ie .isMstance of Mr. Hugh Grant
. Bank Hall but the idea fell ''*'i';>, armoured, it weigh-
"*h ;'bout 11 tons and is highly mobl!<'
However Mr Gordon Butch- ^"J*^'( '"fif* " \ll
, m ~ .-. i.mi.i > hih o" roads and 10 miles an honr
ar and he began to budd high 8 country It carries about 70
Winged rnonoplane >'> round, ,(f amrnuni,ion and has
of 200 mile* without n-
Reater
x ;:^ad, from blueprints sup-
pUtd by Peyton Haul of th, U.S.A. '/u'eUhi* _1
iuctlon was almost com-
,.ieted and the job would hav>
^en linished If import restricUon.-
nad not prevented importation ol
die materials necessary for finish-
ing it
lh<> completed construction ol
tho under-carriage, fuselage, arid
Motor mount and had the engine
stalled Mr Butcher broke oil W||h MarAnhur., Headqu
JOURNALISTS
MISSING
By Jl l l.\N BATTES
work at Spr(nger"i. Foundrs
Lo rn.,ke two trips to .Cmada: to .. (m|-------------- ^ ^^
ft much needed material. He had Simmons a British Newspap.
____________I______^_.Miitnn II lint* ^t i
KORFA. July 21
A passport belonging lo Stepho;.
a narrow gocapaj on returning frorn
Of II '< Ipi -I ii (hi C N S
' rpi "i H
.; OUI BC ""
led ..... ihe mghwlal and
:. I-. hero
'' in pondent imssir
>n a flight to
.tie Kuieau front yesterday, was
waihpd a*hor in Japan today
Only one survivor had so far
been found, of 23 pa< lensn i
PlasM On jhuw it three-man crew when \i.
The plane *- pul On now al Jlakotu Tvpo OOUrlgjf PsOBO
. tfuatrlnl 1-MiiUtioi pmnged into the sea eight miles
I ember, l. and crowd* ifl tho shore o( O^hlma Island
lathtioll aK'UIUl ii to I
ti-om lost- rang! IhC A Japanese hshrrman lait nigh'.
lartad linn- and ggfln !und the wreckage of the plan.
Bu failure to get permimon to which the Americans identiflwl
tool lilting* A special Fescue Squad of war-
bor materials for tiiiishlng "hips and fishing boats was con-
ltd to a *taleinutc. and tinulnp the search for suryivor.
the vi'inr is novi too old i be
eiditionod.
Mr Millar had a warm v^rd to
iv for tho tdndnesa and Intercut
own bv Mr Harold Manning of
tho Barbados Aero Club. He had
i reoented them with suffici-nt alr-
nft cloth for covering th< fii'e-
llgsj arid tlio v..
Some tselul Ciills
rhe I ...i \ n club had
o in.' lo thorn a gift of tho
liefa itcrviccabla
oftei their own train-
had nashed.
Mr. Oharlet Racza, unother next month to give m |.
rrember of the Barbados Aero mission at St Andrew- Church
Club, had given them some very Covt and St John. East Const
i ful Ddsfi and ends that had Cove and John. East Coast. Dem-
ed to be of great help in the erara
nstruction nI the 'plane. _
II \'illar said that hi* brother Rev J M. Eby. tie Vicar of
i nther Millar had joined Mr. Andrew's has announced that
Butchei and himself after they ,n'1 Dean will arrive on Augiist
had boktm construction of the * an" the Mlssiou w|l| ly> held
Mane aid had green them con- J""" August 25 to September'1
derablc assistance. There will be four services each
He snd thai they were sorry ^!.v ai'8 a.m 9 a.m. 3 p.m and
n >ho> did noi get ii chance to 30 p.m
their olane and have It Thr rV;"' will be assisted at
ml thov till talk about lnc wviees by Rev. L. C. Gor-
.uiothoi one mnndy of St George's Cathedral.
Renter
Deun Of Trinidad
To Give Mission
In B.G.
!l-:i.*l... a.im.jI, CorrnpofMlrnl i
GEORGETOWN.
The Very Hrv. J EM. Asli-
irlh. Dean of Port-of-Spaji:
llti yfltiti brings ilemti tfiitl
When M-indulgence in food an(
grigg ca oaek liflMdache or stonidi'
disClfi rt Alka-Seltser brings v<>
First Ai Drop DM or rwn tablet
n a glss. of water. Watch it !.
lisaolve Into a sparkling, plc.is.r *
tasting solution. Not a laxative
can take Alka-Seltrer at ANY
Alka-Seltzer

r\ r&M
Veiny fuu. on.
'KEPLER'/
" On the go ** all Amy and growiag, too;
a* wondai- caildien need extra nourishmeat.
Gevo thorn Kapler' and see hew they thri
and gaan weight at is rieh in the vitamiai
their groving bodioa need. Its ntalty*aweat
laossar ie * fliasant toe. Adalu will
find 'KansW* a rool eteangtheasi
hi saaTsJamam.
'IEPLBI'.
c ueaa ou, wua n*lt Bssncr
^<3$
I
I
/-->'; for the Red While
cV Klue Pump Globe
l..i i,i. tor elegance anil dTici-
fitted wuli ImMjm hanUle
i-.f eoinon and easj contiol, ilk-
G.E.C ihly and
irii-di; vi'U: h
ini..pit,
Choose
MICHELIN
the supple tyre of quality
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-, cimuM atcm.- co. iic. w fNr.iN0
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JI2.
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INVALUABLE in the factory
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Phone 4200


SI \i>\\. Ji i.v ::o. i;n
Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE
PACE E1.F.VEN
Centenary Of The Consecration OfSt. Matthias\[ZHiHG
SKIM
SAED!
Il JoIlM 1*1 lllt.ll)
Of all (ha
Chapels in Baibadoa. B1
i* by fm thi
ors to these shores.
atad in
district, and Is
ban of

1
it cckbi.

u*t. !M1
IXodWr Bishop Coir:
421. tin
I
I

people could i"

d|U
. .
'
Chapels. n:io m
I

Iith. ItSl; bu
I
both It*-..!
pnwi
Church That hid been *
before he tfuve up thi
oflka
Mr. John M-iy i |Ti
I and public spirited man. rralts-
I ing the need of a Church in the
Hi ." district, nave three-
in IWacont,. '."'A"*".' "M-
Iween llic Ractot >! arm "
Church, Oh Rev. C C. Gill. Bd I'" ", ">: ""g
building ol Th,s Cround " closed in 18M
CHURCH
SERVICES
m r~ 1. -,.,-
l> J A U .
1.1
In H C
M<
SONI1A.
M....


in >i f rown
Mr. Mayer* for th<
the Church. This contract wi
for the sum of 3 I
faded in 1841. and further
agreement was mode hy tru-
Rector Ui lake over the un:;n-
A TK\M( \R on thi- HMMBgt %! opposite the H.-nn... K... k nol >rterdav. nut Inward* thr
dine <>l Hit- last century, when tram cant ran a* far a* the lla-tliio Rock*.
One hundred >ears ..en. Juaf about Ihr time St. Matthias < hurrh u*< lielnc buill Ihe llaatlnf>
MM WVJ the *ea*We n-sort for llarhadians It I* now thr H*UI dlxtrlrt
ihe baitoour ol si Xhotnaa on thara war* i*" over ihe ata <
Novambar loth IN." "Ha. St Mattbiaa* was used as a known as "Wharton's." and
than m no further along the roast there
place of worship in the Garrison, were two more. Warsaw and
Ihe British Government Lavne's Of lhi>
only one. ihe one at "Haattnfa
Baths .'
i Hiding, and to pay Mr. Sr .,
. SThorn^Tutor
thousand pounds. In 1848 when n
ld'v A RatCt was apjxitnted to
Si Katthiaa' Dfatrlel tha church
had not been completed, but by
tha Lntarlor
bad and m
aarvtca an bald ' "inch the
of tin Fon
w. w Jackaon, praacfaad
Although thi* Church m
started during the i-piscopnte of
r Colarldga, dua Lha
failure of the contrail an.I other

completed at) it
by ln . i Thomas
after the yellow fever epidemic
There are s-everal grim reminders
of the ravage* of this horrible paid the sum of 75 per
.i nubia tomb bm tha use of the Chnpel. The
' thoaa who Chaplain ol thr Porcaa conducted
lost their lives on board tha H M - n lot for soldiers at 8 a.m.
'. Sunday, and the Vicar con*
II II
Am 1.1
1? I.
Winter
I pm
Winter
Towards the close Of the bkM
century. Mm tram-cm ran as far
as Mattings. Hocks, and II i>
ona at 4 3o p.m fur those within lirtna mamon when tht
bados in 1852 who had been on duty during houses at "Coconut Walk" were
H M J pina, 380 men. Edwar.i Balsa* TfM i~'i in (rant ol Iba Mill- many of the sites now occupied
Halstaad, Captain Around thai tarj Hospital, (now Pavilion bj botabi wara prrrata ron<
tomb rest the ramalna of 19 Court] aru opan land from ihe dancag. The "Mnnm" built
and tha Cantaln'l ,,,, .,:, i than was ubout sixty years ago, was the
ard, of H.MS RigaU nMtuimanl araetad t" the mem- Hrst large botol hi ba erected m
Dauntless.' who. together wl'h oiy ..r fourteen soldiers and one the Inland About forty-five
38 seamen, 2 marines, and 10 married woman of the 36th years ago this came into the pos-
boys. bune.1 n OaTfUOn Ra Lmant, arho wara killed by *ession of the im- Mr E c;
and oi aa aaaman Um daatruction ol the barrack> Pomaror, an American, who did
ind noa] Ital during the awful much to put Barbados on the
mlttad to tha daep. AM par- visitation of the hurricane of tourists' map His coach and
iabad by Yellow Fovar, which August 11th 1831 This momi- horses with their bugler was a
broke OUl at sea on leaving ,m.nt m moved after Bm Oar- ragular Saturday night event in
araa withdrawn from the Bridgetown, during the winter
.md re-erected ut Ihe top "cason. when he took guest--
of Bush Hill. DWn his hotel for drives through
Ona hundred years ago the the City and Its suburbs One
Hasting i We! n Iba aa Ol his favourite drives was
DTt of the inhabitants of through the "Belle" Plantation
."..;::,. ntt i<> show Hwaa Iba "haunted
can be found in the old papers woods."
ivi.itint' in ihi* houses inuatad
along this coast. One of these
h BE id by Hr J. Pairman.
who draws the public's attention
to his bath-house at Hastings, a
shoti way above the General
Hospital (Pavilion Court)
Ann's, situated li
iltod 'Shark*!
!d from the surge oi
tt *.-., by a ledge of rocks, anil
t'.- Mi inside is very smooth
avai baa al low tide than
t-iur feel deep.
Tbll l.vpe of bath-house built *or Hotel."
Iba sea was a common sight chased by
BAHK n mi
p-l lUHTVmi
< Ml Ml M Ol I,Oil
CM -i li. i vv
srr KniN
i BhsraaunM aas n
I Naaa Rev a
Ui>.Uh SiteM Rev J I
MORAVIAN
IU ML K STHWT
- K. Kir.. N,.
oHArc nni
\'....... s.->. I
wti i p.sa i... -, astwm
Mi ulinpar
.1 1 Mi K
Mnn.iiHl Vnu-f i,.llm1 li
t.*l. Kn I
t Servirr |>*iw|m-<
MONTTiOMntV
evnimi aarrhM
WrrhM
mii- mi i
DUNaccaiai
1 p m Bvi-t
III Hill i K S
Kcknilmiuhlaa-s.aMr J hv - J*i
ibr .n, .pfeJilx dWfhT' wo mnai
pomplei MiJ .-pen -fi SflSaa cfc***r^l
Vh. UiM lhr C wKhma m.-.f mrv xa munt ,
dtanDDI) Prevnrti-o I lui nv>u
ii<|u.J brain Awi puc(rMr th* IimiuicJ
..in UMuei, mmk (Sf fewennt serfni i"J
anrcaatawadasttai a'h*trv*rfart>* '
kin irmiMr ii sinng vou r*u< and Jiwmi
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lire lust tn liiiht. and are u( ver\ Hue texliire.
eusiirini: u smooth, even surface.
Diploiiiiille" is (ret- from lend, and is the ideal
sanitary paint. Averagf- covering capacity 720
si|. ft. per gallon.
Agents : HIM K. \I!MMI!(IM. ITP.
ao*>*-'*->v>**'*v
From Hastings Kocks to the
Marine Hotel was open pasture,
and the Hocks' was the resort
of die >'iirig and old when the
Military Hand gave concerts on
Wednesday nights. During the
twenties and early thirties of
a natural this century there were great
Hole.' which changes in this district: the land
referred to was sold out and
i raetad. The old
residence known as "Homestead"
w.i. purchased by Mr V !\m.i-
ino and opanad n* tha "Wind-
Ttus w.is later pur-
vndu.ile and th
i nunuM i ist i
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ST. MATTHIAS ( III IU II. celebralei. the Ontenart of Us O
si r iinm on Ausust 2.
the e.irly part of this century, praaanl stru.ture erected The
and continued to be enjoyed l>> <>M Si Clair' was purchased and
tha paopla of Barbados until the pulled down and the Uoynl
rough sea. caused by the near erected in Its place The "Hast-
upproach of a hurricane in 1021, mgs" added the present thifr
destroyed them. Up to this time storied structure to the old btulu
iug, and the "Ocean View" to**
in the adjoining, residence which
was previouslv knowi Col
Villa* which Hi the late nlnetle*
of the last century WM nni DJ
Mrs bnoajana Baon, and I h
while the late J. D. lemming ran
'Chateau' by Mrs .1 f li.....nt
i i Baa view-
Macleans yssionim tooth paste
Women know it"
ensures
lovely skin
TransportCosis
Cot repair and auuntenaocc cows by having your FordsooVsa
regularly checked over by us. Now is a good time to bare your
brakes sad steering overhauled and your engine tuned'Up. And
if you're thinking of buying a new truck, let us tell you about the
latest Fordson Thames Models. We will ge you fullest details
without obligaurm.
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akin, pwaaaw that ahmy took
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PACT. TUI I \ I
Australian Rovers Camp
Meal In St. Vincent
Arrives
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
Rt'NDAV, JUL1 :(. I3I>
M.


I I CNj W lllrpsw
WlUi a
board a smile could 11
1 otchara

siiiik I W.I nwble
-i l.n







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lo purchi
and nn
thai Ihev
Pul1 *nd ".......
were surprised tu s- th.- butch.

table Im
bapp* to
Austral!
A hutch, i



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...
creased on tl< ., thf K;ill\
.
u.stead of weighing ,




I
BslaSa (Ini
i. | lariated oti the left
.11.
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M
l
i Aftci he '

....
\ait li LI ii MUTH An
' I
'-' "W
be given ,:. i.., V m i
MMonday DW a g
rJ^\*Vh'* i,w,I clu,-r "' r
ranged for the month
i
I
,


...
Ml !. T
- ittdulCTfi
St. James Poor ReceHe Howard Wins
Gifts From America Seholan^

f tin Harbado;
Police Fnrer goes to
. ;..t;.i.
will be a uirfi
f< llow-erorst rs
*Tm; i.ss or s'.'en
M. wa .v G'-oin.
M..Kji-H Hail. 51 Hi-
Hi .i i :ne FoJkn.
lhal the money wmj irmuvtil iroi .
his houe betwfii
Friday
CXl.l HIV Nl(l| || I
hnsl Churcn. iul>oi t-
Thal Barbadians can be grateful
,, Aid Societi e> 5^LjS**'7T":"''-**-',..
by the poor I
asaenbled at tha IjkIv uf the Dale Lodge Room, Oraiu^.- ..t "M
Hill, yeaterda) to receive gifts of elothh
ron Am ]
Treaaurai of toe Si
White Hall. SI
nded few year* ago
ii It- rl Will .... n a
The DC
TI .
I

au r on
"' the 26th !
(Welches i Group eelebfUtad th.-
ol the forma-
Cxesj on Thuradi
The 7.1l.
ed to the UN I
I i i St TV ...
day and four dress lengths, val- functioi I celebration wr*
ued $22 hj uu proparp
Awife Nora Stouur were reaweod. .< St PI lllp'a Tl .yV School. d..r-
N MIIWM OSS ...ed at iru, uhtch tha ltoCII ..,,,,:
junction of Prince Alfred Church Parade at th-
and Chapel Streets; on Friday at churaji This .... loUowad In
Headquart
w.-ii h. School
A-hlrh the A U I.., i .

Etc
r T '
ronera'iJ
which I i
about 12 ill p in bat*___
tar X.BO. owned by Jr I
an Road, Christ Church
and drivon by Hartli I i
Jones Land, CarruiKtoti VIU
St Michael, and .. Meycla ownad ,. l
and rtddan by Cyril Ldrneh
Dash Viill.-y st <;.. ... The
front wheel of the I V
damaged
ALSTON IIAKI'LR o( Halls
Road was Injured when he hi* leadersh
was Involved in an afflfchnt while
riding his bicycle aloaaj Broad
Street on Friday morning
Also Involved in th. |i
was nw/jr tar S 102. owned by
Charles Duncan of '!'
St Jnirie-. and drlvan b) Lanunta
Morris of the same address
ONE AND A HALF KXMMM
Of third crop and four and .i
half acres Of fourth rop youni:
ere destroyed when a f\
i W. ladles |.-. has been
ndl in
Mr. Aiieynr who eondii
UOD v*j- -;
:m. \.
K s a M-.i.i. r, \'. 'i m
i i rge, Vicn
oi st Sua stbana, He\
R o Gaorgv. urate ol 9
I
I I
i I ftuEWMfl I
ilothinE, fond, etc. wen
buted hlli
art
Y.W.C.A.
Fund
A i.)mi .uuli.ii. ol |104.4
II. v H C ^ Fund Tl
total ha bad Sob.
was only S3~6(hi
..i


Oltndon Reeii,
lar, Mr
eaervi
-I (ha
U under
1
riulalelKls
Bcoul oi lovai
in Stamp Culleetlnjj
and willing t" corraapond i -
tn -i King's
b
bo mm.,. -. .|. nuurters.
leaving tha island f
amp In Si Vln-
ciiii. the Rovan bald m mtn
crew camp at Si PhiU|

i
ti. S2IIOO. Nmi \ .
1 -..... i I
Best of Tym Bottom

Mr Alfa
. all in |l a
help th, pooi
.. landi i ad -i
i ,-, |
.,, an
'"'1': He | i i;
when he return
nee Weal
brothari and d b
*.
red at Society PianUikm. $&**. "!'. SaIufda> aDd Sund-J
fron
Dughoul t island I irned oul

ivirlnnt thl
SO/- Fine


St. John, at abOUl 3
Friday
The tyres ;md platform of motni
lorry J i?t property of C N
Keece of tha
ware also da bwed In 'he nr*
It U understood thai the lore,
which was being driven h% Julian
Pordr of alv Rail ii John
wo* In the flei.i f . .-> when II lr Uter tl
ba'-*-np i i tha m '^ll AH" '"
Bntn cana and lorn are In- '
Mill !
FOR

quantity
Street on J i
Service ind aftei S ii tl......, "' btt"-!______________________
' ",, are will be a loasc raia-
new Heoma I tlonsM
idrireMed Scouts In the island which will
Hcnd M
d thai
alp the i.....imunlb
mtenl Aftct iho
amp broke up
<
llivyclv. Car
Collide
lael, was
.. hen ha
IfaHon with
!
The bl< lc w.i.t


Standard IV at tl a 81 Staphan*!
Boys' School, was chosen from
tea '; ; who took
Barrisi
Mi .iti:
. |
......
. .
n
alb >' Bei (or three
:
.t *iii oa i tha bo)
lr o- further t\
Fuud
I .,
il which
* .
I i

ventuall)
tooh ini oxasoi Be pointed oul
mbei a* the
: lo bent
P one
1 tha other
i a gtrl.
I\o More
Housee Tor
Flooded Area
Say: Housing Board
THE Houmus Board frsSsS
11,1 K 1 "tat no re-erection U
houses on the flood areas shoul
ted At a meeting of th
Board i elii laalaidaj the matte,-
aid membara ex-
i ressed the hope that the Gov
rnineni would soon send dowi.
IcckslaUon to preveni ana re-
i pi bag of the Delamerv and Hall |
Road areas
The Government does nut wis;i
. purebaai U*
the Board was udvisad yaatardsv
in a letter from the Financial
Secretary. This arose out of th
forwardmg of an >ffer for sale
of the land by tne Barbados Co-
operative Hank
fcitkniecr Available
[ha csarl losrd read a
letiei t, members from tho
Finnnt ul Secretary, infornun;
them that the Dm-etor of Hiah-
ways and Transport had agreed to
make the services of Mr. HarrK
available to the Board to assbt
with the survey work at the Bay
Estate The Board were also in-
[OTasad hy their Secretary that th''
area known as Heckles Hill whica
forms part of the Bay Estate Is
now being surveyed with a view
to being replanned.
Barrow D 6 50 pmp big
ANo discussed yesterday wj
the question of refuse disposal
at the Bay, and members asreed
to the use of both concrete bins
at selected joints, and metal
bins. They agreed with Mr
m. ttleyi ruggi rt* that if tha
bus were supplied by I
the fVswiailliTuiisis of Health
should keep two carts in the area
for the emptying of the metal
bins inio the con rats bins Tha
lattai would ba
< inier'ii< Naeagaajry
i i tr.. pi cramoM ar-
ranged, lha Board agraed that the

aril the Boards
Seen bou] . with lha
i members
..[ the I term I Ion
ad plan
howiiiK the proposed

The plan wav approved
Mi T Want, Diractot of Pub-
ni at tin
fleeting, and rolnad In tha dls-
eoi tea I with the
proper drainage ol U i Constltu
tiun S.
The Board gave Lha Secretar)
formal approval to become an
officer of th Central H
iteiief Organisation,

i bet ! "
'*llptet Con-
Smp r* eo-s -'
ash gaaaam .
11 ""
JrElastopias
FIIII ! B.CS1.HC
|||..-
..ad STRENGTH
-


iiU iiorvei em-.el-ed
II

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\/./:i TONIC l mill
naloret h.:iiih. raoU and titalift

RAIN STOPS
POLO, TENNIS
The lawn tennis matches which
vsere lo take place at Strath,!...
-veiling, had to L.
iiostponed owing to ratn. A hard
down pour fell during mid-day.
hut the sun came out during th-
afternoon and It seemed .,
Save been possible. Aboi-
4.15 p.m. the rains came agair.
and although falling for a shor
all pools of water collect.
i .1 op the courts.
Due to rain members of th
Barbados Polo club played n
hukkns nt the Garrison la van
ruth yesterday evening

?sr*~
y
i.
'THE ouiiing u/.. "
* to a glass of Andrew*
gives a pleasurable feeling
of Ircshncss. Bui that*
not all I Andrews ensure*
limir Cltaniuuu through
Its gentle lautiTc action,
and keeps you fit and cheerful.
Andrews deans the mouth, senlei the stomach,
tone* up the lirer. sod anally, gently dean the
bowel*.
At any lime of the day, when you fed in need of
b refreshing, invigorating drink, juit take one
teatpoonful of Andrews in a gLatt ol cold water
Andrews liver salt
THE IDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE
mi* to remember... CHANGE NOW
ro*l G00D i
*H CARE
COUNTS]
isstsjiiuna
a
ROSES
///// /'//<:(
Htm sayitaui m HEM AAIN/
for (ena am
snort drinks
Lnb. l a a lEvns s co. in
Lotion
with OH,
Sihikiiii Lotion WITH
oil brings a inpl,-
benefit to dry bait. It
replaces the naiural oils which are lacking: it acts as a dressing as well
as a hcalth-gis .jib lotion: it contains I'ure SiK iknii, the' hair's naiural
food. A few minutes daily massage with Silviknn Lotion WITH Oil
-ill bring nc* life, health and vitality to your hair, and wil lossp ii
perfectly groomed thiougliout the day Asm nil
1 .
Silvikrin
LOTION WITH OIL
.(*, kaseanrONni ro lOnOOn irtt.
L^jg Dlre" r Airmail jjjj fatherly Advke J^
I THE STEPPING STOi ^S
TO SUCCESS
Don t hesitate about your future G
:onfident that The Bennett College w iej
you through to a icund position in -
you choose The Bennett College
are Individual. There'i a I
personal touch that encour-
ages qu.ck progre*; and
makes for aari/

Iktrbados Goes On Fiesta . .
- IN -
"A NIGHT IN CARACAS"
(IN
TUESDAY, AUGUST I, MM
AT
Til CHIUhWS GOODWILL LEAGUE
(Tilt SHED)
(iroin X p.m. U) 4 u.m.)
Hfllo My Frtmdi . .
I'll V HKNSON and MADAM OI.INDV
dUally inviti jrou to dwlr
Grand Farewell Dance & Floor Show
: .starring :
MADAM (HINDI
-.forgettable
CARACAS NIGHTS
n i i..il bombardment
titled
Come lo the

CHOOSE
YOUR CAREER

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SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND
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-now OF MX snows
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pecially
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ADMISSION |Sf
B.i
I iblc
l).nrs Opart bean 7 p.m.
C and II Early
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"HARD] (iRAS"


SUNDAY, Jl l.\ M, IIM
SUNDAY \DVOCATK
I'M.i lillRTEEN
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON

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THF LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
iF #* O-WC *W,"5ri C 5H30r
l* FfX'M AMeiW. IVE GOT NTO*
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TJW IT TO AW OFf "CE,'
tafe
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IN THE FUTURE!
Caterpillar' Diesel Tractors
"BUY IT NOW AND HAVE
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I...,,l,.ilr It.....I l Mil I..H-
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INDIAN HEAD, Pink. Peach
While & Mue 34 in wide
S8c. per vil.
HEAVY QUAU i \si
MKNT in hen .ii
Green, nine K- White :i4 in
Wide I'm I "2c. per > il
WIIITK (rl.I.I'I.Ul
Me. per yd.
.INKS Cimds foi School .'.
Servants Unifoi I 8
Her. per yd, SJc oral
WIIITK t A MURK IK in. wide
only ... lie. per yd,
CANADIAN & AMERICAN
PRINTS o .ii i" Hi per yd,
Ide ih, |i,-i rd
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NICKEL ARM BANDS tie.
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Sl.tK pfl |iuir
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12.1* per yd.
PLASTIC RAINCOATS Good
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OL \ IS TOWELS 18 x .14
i l*C, each
< ALICO CAMBRIC Extra
heavy quality 36 In wide
-w 56c.. cot., & mc. paf yd.
POPLIN in Blui 1'i-ach, Pink.
Beige & While "i Mc. per yd.
SHIRTING I
Pal Patl :i wide
64r. prr >d.
SPUN SILK, Ex i hint Qual-
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for one wi Me, per yd.
SHIIlTs
I
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Shim each
II ATI I TOWhl.S 18 x :10
a 611c. each
STRIPE
STOBT
114* each
SPORTS a: DRESS SHIRTS
. -ii i flM each
III.his
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Me, e.ii Ii
I.ADII.S SILK STOCKINGS
- PAIRS I UK .. 11.30
NYLON STOCKINGS Popu-
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l Mi ES SHOES A Ni
. from HoMand.
I | i-. loun
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Olher Shi es less UK; Discount
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r|ti 7j*
OF UNPRECEDENTED
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TO YOU THIS TIML. NOT TO STAY HIT III LAST Kill ONh WhhK ONLY.
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YOU MAY BUY US OI'T HIT WK GIVE YOI' ONh WhhK IN WHICH TO IlO SO.
READ THIS. VISIT IS AMI COMPARE PRICES AND QUALITY.
siior ii ONOMH M.i.v I nil I tn R m i
N. E. WILSON & Co., Ltd.
E HOUSE WELL
III Swan St.

AND LOW PRICES.
Dial 367U.


PAGE ftll'RTEEN
SUNDAI \ll\Ot Ml
SUNDAY, JL1.Y M. l.5u
CLASSIFIED ADS. HARBOUR LOG
k?e,
I %ilOK MIT A Tee T..
ururnn... Met (unrnl "ill leave he"
UM residence OrcenArld.. St l.chaJ
.-n (or the
OrUlo.1 Rad. and
thanre tu the We-ibus C-inrterj
|-"end. ... ae-i M -'
M1M
IN MEMORIAM
Ma* C* inn* you
I ^,'I',M,V,* uered I.' RITA. IWA.
HAB*..H.D i*VM*U IH> rtlHHiA AFt-lra.
*.*... ML'-TCL STWLLA VA1.LIE.
'HMW
| .... ,.. ..I "uidMV
I IK STAN! "P "n *"
Juh. IMS

Thoee M thai land >( P*a*
. dMd
'
.iat OHM*
j'al Meier. (locdiMMr tMataHi *T
,.,: H -.!' I
IN loving memoi- of our Dear Mothe*
II* ORAJfHVM K> p->d my
July M*h 1B
On* >r haa p-utaed -** that

Tli* onr * loved > tilled ai
Sbep on den orr rejuf taah la
',, :ijti linr.dft will loll no n
For thoee wu lovqd. vou did your
fr'Oll SAM
AUTOMOTIVE
.vlOlUan v)il
Cyrl< In food
.\tMIB*ui Molol
Ml phr-ie SMI
M 1 SO~n
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rf 7.tS-dn
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Mi
ELECTRICAL
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HrrmcifBATlSI, VNIT li % inch
by & liven Twin Cjl TrK" Combined
rteti.gcallfig unit with driving aaot.,-
ioh.il.ir rundenan int>.u and with
- hi. f_* tfai 11 -atila
LIVESTOCK
MECHANICAL
BIKE* :
Co. Lid
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Mill HrVI
M On* Lgjgr Ihdioorn W
nd wt.r.i 'Ma.-i..i i"'
J01 lil'M.MMrt Allra.-!.-.. Bvllll.luw.
hlA.ni ->th H-.I........
ml Dr.. Iwnii apenina Ml a*.
. r.t.lali lading -. AH '
haaEl jut*, l.tn
from *u( Irt !*"
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no-. maT'iM
n-ATSOna) well lrr.H*Md A i
nfumlihod N T'i. A.*. HWI-|i
A*MoaaM Co
I IHi*mi, >'.. I Wfpal
Lighting plant. Da.iblr n* Katf Sep
4*Tt ItTM tin
.ur vim a, acre ground* Apa>lv
a Nichoil. A Co lolKiior*. ISI-1
i M Telephone am
Ma . t
- JHWHAVBr Crane Caatt, furnl.
i<*dnrn_ Watrimiii <.ph. LMr,
' Doublr aaraa*. I Srrvant re.__
*-'AfrH hathtnl hrarh. Km-finlrt.
rv' lialf Urti-'il-r Dial **tt
HT3A )
ROOMS Ijii fumithfd to>i<
Ty tool rwintnf *X*r With o* wiih-
"it hnard Trrm, nviina'r T-i im-
iln walk to Clubi cii Cm Dial X1M
Tlir "tNCOOKHV Iwr Waatbur
N nrandiA- B#*rh T*o room*
>|4>'o%(d li-iia* Apply m. pmilai<
' PUtmiraM at nf ur
IfOMTX aaah wilti running
public lonrriA *arvi
IMHI.K Minus
Rrstoi) it hm\i
w cloard from
.paa Tuaada*-
i t so>- m
ml* lhat hta W"w *
Satuiday tth July,
lit Alaf
20 MOhfTHLY
EASILY wraM at homa In ipu*
lallru| In *Uinp. Ho aporianc-
nrccaMty fcilUbh. lof allhw . 1
alio tint tart you with ttudanU in
Culoiiloa and Domlnlona lor pan cor-
r>poiidaiili Kncloao t't atamp An
Mall only Uko faa day. T Partln.
Ion. Proaparl Houaa. 3 Wlan Boad
Ulh Lanca. IngUnd.
CHIROPRACTIC
RESTORES HEALTH
In Carlisle Bay
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MAIL NOTICES
MAll -
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Par.rl *nd R^iatorvt Vail, al 1 (> m
Urdlnwy Mall at I I
July IfM
. iho UnlWd Kii>,.i
-ill b> tinrfd ..'
tral pnat or. m -if
J'ai.aH Mail al 12 MM UKirinr
Mall ai I v m Ordinary Mall al 1
p m OP IK* IK Auu I- llcil. Mia* l

rn Tndrt Mr. M .
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Our office will bee1.
i on Saturd>s dur-
ing ihr rnon!h5 i,f August.
COTTUE, CATFORD & Co
____________ 30 7 50 2n.
SO SIMPLE
MANILLA ENVELOPES
>*" x SS"
$3.50 per 1,000
PADLOCKS
from 12c. each
Jan im turn of a tap *
TM R*Jlo Of a Oai CooKar
and a Child to.. sn
PEJUXCT BAKTNG HtSfl T.
r..ii and M lb* lt.-.i Uai Cookan
JWMSHIS S / 1 IHtXI H1
AND
in mm tin.
HAVE YOU GOT A |
COLD or COUGH '
. IF SO TRY
BROWNE'S
CERTAIN (ill (.11
CUKE
Tho Uniijdo Remedy far Coufha.
CoM*. Broach Itta, Sol* Iniaai.
Moaiaatuna. Bionchial ArUmu,
Whc-.pm Coua*. Diiaw v( Uva
t Pet; and Lunai, *tc ate.
A". :.!
nd Propr**lr) Medicine l*nc< " will U>
publUhct]
^ Under thl* Order the maxiiinii
lip* Milk of Magnenia" are as (ollOWl
MAXIMUM KF.TA1L,
ITEM
PhUllpi Milk of Magnesia
UNIT OF SALE
4 of. bottle
12 oj
90c.
IlF.PARTMr.NT OF HIOHWAYB AND TRANSPORT
HIGHWAY NO. 3A is closed to through vehicular traflta
CaiUfj Gran! atirf t'liimi-t .<. . ViUKe.
FOII s\i I

NAIL SCISSORS
TWKRZERS
FILES
SHAVING BRUSHES
RAZORS
WINDSOR LODGE"
Government Hill, St. Michael
BICYCU. on. 1 Sptad AUbaid-l. i
Ml.....(Ml MM ardor, dm-
nleti- v.i". I ..irk Ball A l.iaht tpnrr
ai>io, Apply to Rauban Ollkaa Co
Ad. '. M-...i
IWSCELLANEOyS r
NOlfCE
i .ii-ii or at mm
Maynard road loading Horn Wyndi.v
io J**uaaJam Aaiuuhural Matum
ikaaad t Iraflk
|v order of th* Commlaalan*ra
E H CHAIJXNOB.
Iniprrtui l High**av*. "' ***
ANTIQtrEA af
aim- CMIui. ola J
Win rrotouri Corly I___
*:.n iw at Oorrtrufaa Annum
ad)ouiln| Royal Yacht Llut-
-iile Dial I
CALYPSO RECORDS. forty ca|M-
tltlaa. enl) ion tarh. com* and (at
tham
A IIAIINES a '< LTD
li T SO -T F S
ACCOUNTANCY. C(*T ACCOtrNT-
IM, COMPANY SIT BETAKY SHIP
UfMiK kkkiini. a ! raoniha la
bHUtva MMlMaT ti-r i Hci-Kn lard
leu award ol l>l|.oma a- Aaaorlat* or
rrllnw* ".III quality you ur ih*i.i atatua
h) aparr-ll'iv poalal alud* ' drUH.
.111. i... Tnr ITIiKlpal UlNDun
SCHOOL 'if ACOSONTAHCV II
:.uk* Hlm-t. SI Jair.r* lund.m. 8 W
I England IS T JO An
HURRICANE RELIEF ORGANISATION
A practice of certain sections of the Hurricane Relief Or.;.
will take place on Sunua>, the 30th of July. 1950. bttwsen 10 SJn.
and 1 p.m. The ftequcii'ii-. lhat may be used foi bvoadciulinK atTSJ
1.1; 5.4 and 214 megacycles or wavelengths of 42.25; 55.55 end 140.2
metre* respectively
2. During the prarlU* il i pl.inind to lest out the rocket Bring.
e<|ulpment to be used in connection with hurricane wamlnss at the
Police Stations.
3. This notice Is Issued to allay any alarm Which mas be caused
by the discharge of the rockets or by DMBBIfai which may be picked
up by privnte wireless n* I
26.7.50 3n
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
aalllai Iran Abiiuicibi. )l*iui4in
> Aalaiary
S -ABMKTA July IK. If. tlth
M S 'IIECfllA Aii| a. V Sth
M S "IIKMtNA" Sap- I J. Blh
K.Hint fioM AajKUrdBM and D. i
St -COTTtCA- AuKuat lath
Six Acres attached
For all particulars apply .
H. H. WILLIAMS.
ObbbK Pin/old SL
Dial 2676
CALL IN TO-DAY AT
COLLINS' DRUG STORES
Broad and Tudor Streets.
C CARLT0N BROWNE I
WholeaaU A Retail DruiiUI Jt
1U. .Uebaek Ks. nial -1
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PEHSOKAl.
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TA Ml .AC KM AN mar O.eavra. aa I .1
nut hold in -II ie.p.m.11.1* lor har 01
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l-ap*. Obtainable Ir
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SnUahU lor Ocll*
ill a .a'i ....I >. -
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Impoil A F.ipxil I
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Ai.plv io Mr. Orey
ii lodge, CollMtiore
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prr.jaellonUl
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Clrlclty a reioiTUiirndu-
eiir-lnatng i-oplaa Of
inliali Counrtl "Waba.
VI Sft-an
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t&lian^i. B W I
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"1I> M'AUtC MACIUNFS
Mta G.-.-1 , pak3 Al
Vaughn. KaTaT si
I.OMT A HM Ml
LOST
irtt'i Laid .
be re-aided i
hater v
rmdar will
u I he Pre^
m t so- in
MilH'hKI
almosi daily injure thetnsetveSi
often cut ihcmiclvcs. injure their
knee* or elbows by falling, they
often caich skin-injuries when
sporting and playing, by a kick,
or a fall. A wise mother there-
fore, always hai a tin of PUROL
ready, because the knows only
too well how helpful (hit reosc-
dy is in al such cases. tftjaaaaV
PUROL.
aSTr/ --**-is>-> MTO
un.g rraelH to ,r ,ife VEBOM.
ilJJTYNK UWS Uu.anf aa I do la.
-Id myaolf rvapiMiMbl* lor her or m
M alae COctrtKlmg any debt or drb'
uiiIcm i" a orlltoai mdn
M S lll.ltsll.IA July Pth
M S "HECUBA" Aug Sh
S P MUSAON. SON A CO LTD .
The MV T ft Radar" .ill
accept Cargo and Passengers
for St. Lucia. St. Vmctni,
la. Amba. Curacao
Sailing Wwlnaeday, 2nd
August. 1050
VI Schooner Owners
laaocUOea inc
Coaalfaea; inai: IM1
Canadian .National Steams!
;!'
For Sale
MOUNT PLEASANT >T
PLANTATION.
ST JOHN 1*
I One (I) 2 K W. Bait
driven DO. Dynamo 40 N
; One (1) Switch Board 15 *?
; Ono 6', a 10........ 45 A
Oiia (Ii A.pinaU pan
' 0" dla. Disc 36 S
On* (1) Julca HaaUr
30 aq. ft. 40 g
Ona II) Julro Il.--.t-i ;
600 M|. ft. 80 ^
50 5
Ona (1) 7- x 12' MuIU-
tabular Boiler 45 S
Apply '
D. M 8IMPS0N & 00 S
Ouo (1) g' x 12- Multl
tubular Boll*
v.yJVJWyyJ/,yJ/,.,M/AVj<)
SOt TIIBOI SD
Mad July ssih July mi. Jaa> ih a.a
11* Aug lih Aua 1MB ami
tird Aua Xtli Aug SRih Am SlhSae
I lib Sap lth Hep Hllh Rep aim sp.
I fcy i
(.Ml Al-IJ.ir.r
Pll
Kir
NOBTHBOtiND
LADY RODNEY
LADY NEIAON
LADV HODNEY
IADY NEIAON
'IH Aug. ), A(ui iju, Attf;
Imi. A Join Aua Ih Aug. Slat Aug. 3i.| Sap
I Ocl ISth Oct. Mth.r
s\i is
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
nv aiMimHiiai iswusd Irani Mr.
f If fllb(H 1 Will II al Nei laaMaS,
OwaavUM 111, .k id.k mi Thura-
daa ivr.i 3id Augu.l at I p in hei
mine lot of h.m-i.tid NrnMMra "n>h
UieludcK. nilii| aVardeotwi upricht
ilng uablr. Maho :.i
TTStMS CASH
REAL ESTATE
HOUSE- One Double r-xtfed rtouaa al
mil Hall i .....I can be leiiled Apply
M irrau M>|- Si... I IS 1 SO- n
MABI-ToW At Maxwall'i Cuaat
-verlooktng Ihr Sea having bad-
u. Aallghilul Balconies, ate. wlUi
modern ronvanlencea PrlvaW
Beach. .., bathing, for quKk aale
tIMO ar fully tumlahed Cf.OBt
PuaaoaalMi *>lthln ona month. Pr
rSM Phone MtM or a+W
ai m m.
0 per ahare. plua aUmp dutj
CAKB1NOTON A NEAl.Y
H t vi ..
i. in. nil NUN
A rlrtlghlful ReMdanca al Top Rock
bulH la 1.11,1 aione, rnnent uae
iLniughnut. Evrnlr Root dralgned and
CxiirUu.-lloii by R A Heard. A M
lt ii r V A Havlral Thiee Bed-
tooiihi h with coranakHIng Twirl and
H-th. -ith biull In Praaaia. IUe.ihlaa<
aud Sun n..ka.in.-, lairga lounge. Dm-
hig. Vtan Modinn Kitchen OutUd*
TVo Car drag*. Ttiree -.,..
ma. Ti-Hal A Bath. Iuiinik. Pullv
o-ed. flardena well laid out Poa-
lon Sapl lit llrr XtMO To.
aim iiiug 4mi o. mo;
HEALTH PRACTISE
W. G. ELLIS
l.KADI ATI-: SiASSEI'K.
fatwjnanta givi in your
Honi*' b) Appoiiilnicnl
AHillf.
iipct Wesibury Hoad.
4 30 to 740 p in.
GARDINER AUSTIN & :0.. LTD. AeiiU.
CO. QUL, inA\sAra.\>ri<>rK
ntjDtCR LINK.
ftaV "
Ai-i-i'ptmi; l'.iwii;-r-r .\* . n nil) ! in
$10.00
8.S "GASCOONK" Sailing to Plymouth on the ITlh August,
] IM ^
Drluv<> Cabin I ,. || | M
B.W I. Each
fr'or Purlher Pattb ular^i. Apply (o:
fl M. JONES & CO., L'iD.-Agent:i
YOCI.I. BE OL All TO LBABN aa it obi il. .>, hai
just rcrcivi-d n shipim-iii al Plata ">' Perfara i I
ZINC SHKKTS
fill. CKMIIAI i:.MIM>UII>l
(OBffHAIf IOIMIRI I.Il>. Piuptllail
C'ornrr of Urind .iihI luiltir Slrrrl.
f I si;
TAYLOR'S special blended RUM
OViih ilic Dbdacdva naeaar)
ii..- rhini Ian a Oral hut
TAYLORS SPECIAL
as* it
in,.,
#' I a ioii 11
In
/aim U. Taylor A AaMM l.t'l.
AurnoN saii
WUINKSDAY Aiutuat 2nd
at 11 a.m.
BELVEDERK
Dt I. C IN ice to aell the
iluabla lurmiurt *
ar* aA i HMyt
'.i..img|y (aaal
t ptKiUUrvd Couih and Baay
Ciiaira. 4 steel Framed Chain
r I I.II
Irque Wall market.
Tray and Table. Largo
DliUna Chair.,
v-lehua'd. llo.kttMn.t. Ih.ublr El!-
ed Settee. Side T.r ,

inlaid Table. Modem Krdroom
Birrh. Do-.bi* and
i | Filled and
UatUaaa-a, Mdlra and
.. ,
Cabtaai Ohaira, Antique Linen
1 '."", Wairut
Tahla Ui.rphy Itadhi la. N*i
I'." table Hrcord
' Man II Slnar. RewUlg
' I mnlor laa
Bd Record.,
' Caller, >\,.nlt.i-,.
Btan-Uid A Table Lamp., Clock.
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"- Elerirlc Cooker.
afeaea, sm.n
rrMMatra, Eloclnc
luaau-r ..Mi (,
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1 '.''"" MW tVSaV
"'"Many Ttaw,
..,,, c i i o n of Ohua
PW GC- Art -
aier Port; Rhrrry;
Bo .
L-rge ,,. antlly
I. ,
Ina "inVludw
33 Carat ;,lM I^"
Bavar^n. Wrd.e-
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Just what a
Fisherman
Requires . .
GAI.VAMZK WIKK NETTING. LACING WIRE. I Ml
BOOKS, SEINE TWINE and MANILLA ROPE.
Wr con now supply all your requiri'incnls fur Ihr
season.
I HlBb Slrcct -;
^' Uiing (or Sale? o
a What do vou want? *?.
J :;
A Have you any Correspon- o
! dentc which vou cannot (lx? \
; Have you anyone in trouble'. A
,>* Can 1 be of any help? v
.* THAT GICn V
DIAL 8150
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If a B. 11 O \V I I I
Lumber A Hardware
BOOKS OF GREAT INTEREST)
THK si;v \\OII III UAH
I'a/ame V
THE (.HIV/) .M.LI.WIT:
By WINSTON S. CHURCHILL
AISO
sil IM SE.XTi.VKLS
By Commander R. Langton Jones R. N.
iv: CO. DIAL 3301
BONE CHINA
TOBY JUGS
Ibaaa rnaka Hcaut f.ii (ilounng translated into the- individual characters
as follows.
Rureater. Captain Fllnl. Hill Mkr%, Bobby Bevln*
Old Mae. Jock Hookey, 1.
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
tKWMtAMMM llolton Lane A Victoria StreeU
solr lt.-i .;,., for The RULEX Hatch Co.
.'1...N.. -,., ..ui Show Window at the Aquatic Club.
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
INC. in B. G.
11 .sr mini 111 m -
A new ahlpmont of
BRASSIERES
In all the \ .irii.ii, mi.s far ctrrjday -nd Evralni wear
Or fttrther intern! is the arrival of
CONGOLEUM and LINOLEUM
SQUARES
in attractive (l<-.lgii.
Mafcr your choice at
FOGARTYS
Barbados Ural EsUle
Agency
INln'STIMAICOMMERCIAL
lUMIOaWTIAL
Telephone BSM
oaara. H-.i.iia,. Hotel Ltd.
FOR SALE
Fata* : t.li.io'i > Ira 1 1. m
room. hHcfven. -a.li .
-a* ami .q n Land
tiieii) -** thla bvinga* Ba|
DOVkB I 1.1.1 ( karrh, 1 -
M* j x 10.000 ,d 1
n alfai acrrage
1 I'lllLll- near Bl.e#. lb a.
u-"1 arable land BOCKLA. n
t.all Caar.*, af.l 1 ,, 1,1
BUSH BAY SI. !.,. , ,.
' I 5 altr.
LLOtK OF I At TOBY Bill
lr0* la arMgalaoaj. I>u(|i
-tune. >.ood and ata*I 10JB0
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
hi.
BLADON
a r s r v a.
Formrrly DUra 4 Bladon
FOR SALE
I h
..iid contalmi
J badroomi. a bath
and tolleu. kitchen, laundry, de-
ia. iir-t .iii.nU quartnn and
aaaaea VOtl MtaWatllO aSOaakj
verandah ery Right of way to *ea
"M.

tjaj M |,.:|.
l * ht Modem
rll built commer-
flr.t rli builnaaa
for BaaMtri
rnrraaK CHTlee.: Bond
Mg itprn lo neTera which mult
be aubmlltct* to the Agent
1:1 -11.r\< r II. Oiaatna Hall Tar-
' Attmrtlveh dnlgnr < rnod-
arn I etorej h.- ... wall aet hack
li, -1 ,.io.m.UH. I ol an n.re of
'< nUge, Coral
tic -.it. win. aiito. root.
rtu-t. ij-.-iird door*. Ml fru.11 m
apbaiit< There a> a Urge kiunga
b*dr>orr. kltrhen f aarvant'i
room.. iom for two ^.j,^ ,.
vutun I, nm haaler Thla prop-
art v ,> be p.irehawd lull* furn-
hed if reaiuireri t a v- rra-n-
aba* Itgur*.
2*" ****'' Pmm -*
j. Very attraetui- and can trail v
kKarteii atone buivajBlow V.tfi
doubt. aarrSjgaMw i aa-pttnl.
hiaitrM 14.0M aq ft ThN -wt)
bin ,.,<,pa,., ronialni. a front
aaiiei barge lounge tanarate
dining room, j Ur*. bedio-.m* J
bathn-.tna g-kg tollau. pantrr Brd
Jitrhen oood court-.ard at rear
Vae reoannaht' flgvire aiked
- WINU1 NUM.I -!. Jan.*.. Till*
bungalow ha.
with haaln.i 1
Mil joa
the rrnulr'n t
never U -r-.ii^
tMM
"on mi -
large liedrmmta tall
rrandah
t..tret. Tlieie are
under ran? ane1
AL ESTATE AGENT
Auctioneer A Snrvr.or
rLANT\T!ONS 111 ll.l)|\(i
1'hone 4640


SUNDAY, Jl IV .10. USn
SI \IIH \I>\(M \l I
IWCF FIFTEEN
War Aalai
THE NEED TO
Ifj II.n ill I nipl,. II.,I,, I Is
MEDIA TE
I
think Ik

without
been to
' in a bargu
confusions there t
s jpproacl

muted that there are even greater
i Dean Arhescn'.:
inviliin jn-w
Pi
It Will t:.
I
\. ill be k .
1 n d 1.. i
I mfli

Bui I do not belu..
what Pandit Nehru iniriirtw He
THE Unllad |M Ml an- ..cation ol the Five Cr..l q2ZZ!?\ ?
wcrvd Mi* effort* uf Panda Povrn" in United Nations de- ,imiui to the Seeuntv rnuw.l Sinc* Prwdem Truman's mes- r
Nehru to medial, between the ranom. The weakne!. ,n Mr. nd "hti * '
great power- with a ... ... i, to suppr., rnrwiraa. aaamuari American landrnfi in .'.
01 tha Indian rtumenu that admission of Commurust Thri, ,rMtattnnt>l ru- Ss">1' "> foresee somethin. ol
IMa writ... th.1 Clu,,;, , the United Nations-. mt,, , ,.vur ,.f h"J, ,, "
I nsnaum ba proposition supports Dlolomatic firmand formulae m. I''''l,''",a *">> abort narlo
V'VV i thought b, the Briuih Govemrnenl- fuppeTeJ ,JTS^irnl The real'. *
ub" "" Soviet behaviour torcWiri the world ' .ajreas.on
auraaunn In Koraa. ThU is a at the United Nations, or her """ Som after. > Amen.
dangerous iihmenl frr illogical satellite's behaviour in Korea. Diplomacy grew up. over the "" '''"* *ill li'Kin i.
IV since Presi- Mr Nehru's words can be read centuriea. as a form of civilised "Penence ,-f Britain an
ontact to permit powfs "* ihev .
oisagrtement one wnh another. ,; ''::p' al .th .
ring conrlivling Intfn ill guerilla probamn It
, possible to >n ahead a deadlo I
The Unlled Nation. .- United SUI.i
sion of diplomatic mi British) will t
ig entirely new and dif- ''"mm"!fd I" occupying and polic-
ma S K n Ihe olhe
thinking
dent Tiurnan'i calling up of re- as a straightfcrwa'rd baVgiiln
and dispatch of additional vote China In: you call off
K i, un dogs If that
bomber, and atom bombs
-------------- ------------ -- .......... >.'*; (I turn
Eun,pMii oases mean* that both they were meant ther Mr
how
th.-i.
IS
powers are baring
In :!..- BrM pl;icc. thi
Pandit Nchru'i message Since
the Government of India recog-
nised the Government of the
People's Government or China it
has been our endeavour to bring
about the admission of its repre-
M ti> in, various organi-
sations and agencies of *^ie
Our present proposal frag a
renewal of this effort
made on its merits." writes Pan-
dit NYhru. with commendable
sense, "but Uo in the hope lhat
it would creute a suitable otnii*.
lust be lew experienced ih;
l -here him to be
Trygvo Lie wen! to Moscow
Nehru
I
amggw
Sd m'ror meiT.ber5- Why were thev given *. ft*," *teB alb
"'' : p u
<-. .
till
the lr East:
unist China
China a free hand
moss; and in Japan a peace t
f'Mmi.-d by US. withdrawal.
In Indo-fhlna: the
of France
Chi-Mmh.
In Cierman>, pcao
with drawal of "Allied Forces"!
i-an problem'1
Straightforward Bargain
Here we Indian premier ;
ft! V,.-i
: ic.hi Ai Luaoji wriiw. n.
I I- llV| Ih.tt
Did not the Unlled State, om- SSiJaSiSt!! f'
at military teeth from the gums
, 1.1.1,1-1 (I,IH>lll- ,, ------- ------ ..a...
' Olnerwu.. Ihe Sun Council .
' a mere nonsense and Ihe I'ml.-I ,;.' " "
'. Nations should start to ,.l up ffiCLJlJ^. ".:I! "" ."
Korea?
return
l',k
io. d.nVeriiiriad'ofTpPe^ent'Sy6 ^."kS-"^S',NS! ......^i',!T""i"
-e,.,.,-nv Council pulling pressure on one pom'i 5or""1 aggre-or, have with- ,,,'. i"""
m already in force, there ,, anolher Stalin might alwav, '?*, al,d '"" h'^ '
an ominous sound In Stalin's lind a mediator 1 gH" "*".' H*""1
able
resolul
reference to Ihe "obligatory par- what he
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COVETED SP/ICES WILL
GROW RICE
By LOUIS I.. LECK
T, ., ,. SYDNEY, Australia.
Ihuuiihtlui Australians always have been concerned
about the empty spaces in the north west. This vulnerable
unlnnabiutd land is a national danger area.
porl al incscntcd recently to the CorBmonwcalth
iment which gives grounds for even grcale, anxiety
The report states lhai huee one .____ _.s.. : ^""'ety.
Nal._.
not be a bargaining point
It should be
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and Continuing
TWICE DAILY
EMPIRE
...
I
* .i took."
IOHS *4 ASF FIELD
report
potential
area. It
Pggi-ndorff. chlct of the division dwindled to Ies
ol plant induitry in the depart- tons, and
Slf* Ith"' huJ?J 00 ,on*- mQ6t ot l"'h came
- flelds he in this I prepared by W. China. To-dV ihi, supply ,
than l.Joo.ooo
still dwindling le-
ni'ii! oi rommerce.
rientaj neighbour),
urgently needing more llvin?
pace (or their over-iwpulatiM
territories, have long cast envi-
ous eyes on the- northern terri-
tory Ttwy will now be able to
prim to an oflkUl Australian re-
port, uiylng that the Common-
wealth has the very land they so
need to grow their
rice
Ttteea hundred* of thousands
of a>rcs of potential inc-growinc
lu'.i in ;,t preaent lying idle.
they are used as oeca-
loi wwodmtng
U lion of AuMra-
lia'a neighbuur* U not hard lo
pii'iii.t
The chairman of the Rice
Equalization Association. A. E-
>..il "before the
was an exportable sur-
Ice amounting to 8.S00.-
cause of the
. intrie
turmoil in those

plus ( 1
These great rice exporting
countries have been disrupted by
Communist infiltration, on top of
ihe damage done to their paddy
rlelds by the Japanese. Their
mhanktneilla were broken, their
water buffalo killed, and their
tlelds allowed to grow over witn
weed*.
What can be done to protect
.he so-called "back door of Au-
iralia?"
There is only one eSMdve
method of protecting it. That u
fait (leveloinnent
I'oggendoriTs report contains
clev-cut proposals tor action.
With tin- increased utilization of
the land, ihe ConunonweeJUi
hopes to avoid censure and pres-
sure fr->m the crowded countries
: Si..ill,.' .t A- .i
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N the Cogliih countrywide to Trinidad.
^ Originally made by Potter & Moore
H their Mitclum Dittillery two hun-
dred yean ago. Miteham Lavender
hat ever once been dedicated to
Bemy the World over.
NO GROUNDNUTS
SO PLAN HALTS
By ALAN HAKVEY
LONDON
Britain's groundnuts plan, which roused political pas-:
s..... and gnw lew groundnuts, has been scrapped.
Nobody says go officially It is merely admitted that
after three years si controveray. well-meant plans to set
the plains of Africa blazing with groundnuts have been
abandoned. The idea now is to transform the original
scheme into a broad protect for colonial development leav-
Ulg the groundnuts tu wither as they will
aTnas.l UlnUl.. -___1__mi, a. "
Food Minister Maui ,\
outlined the new |
House of Common* debate In
the flrst time, then was an offi-
cial admission of failure
"1 lerogrdae ojaite fiankl>.'
Webb said, "that the original
Now. it is known, nearlv
36.000.000 has been spent In
thll veai', \ield of oil*
Dealing seeds is about 350.000
This includes both groundnut*,
and sunflowers, which were in-
as a substitute whci
hopes have not Ix-cn ul.s proved difficult to grow
and that we shall have If view When the plan was launched,
the scheme in a new light thv hope was to produce essen-
"If it 15 to prosper an" flour lial :ats in a hurry to cope with
lib, it mu.st ultimately be Ifaaped I woiifl shortage Kow Wcbo
aa a broad project of colonial di nya;
veli pmant with a wide aim "Whether or not those short-
varied agricultural contenr. ages are as valid us they wcre^
rather than the purely food-pro- which is open to argument t
duclng idea on which it wi.* llrn now seems clear to any realist
established."
Webb's WQfdf
taph upon one of the labour gm
that u would be unwise to focu
the project exclusively on this
sad epl- original purpose of prndurih [
eriinient's pel projecU. whii'i
starte i In line glow of Idealism p.
and quickly became a political ,,,)
headache. From *he flnl, nothing tst sense
went right. The drive to gnw the vast
n th* long run. the groundnut'.
n must merge into a .scheme of
evclopmcnt in its w:d-
In it would be used
pital resources, th-?
groundnut*--what North Ainu.- painfully gained experience of
ca-s call peanuts eneounlen I tropical agriculture "all the
obstacle aftei sen, mate-
drought and flood t> nan-, la rlab and Kieas called the ground-
bour tP nuts KbtKUB."
WEST GERMANS CAN INCREASE
POLICE EORCES
BONN. Julj 28
A i High Commissioners to-
day sent a lettei to the West Ger
man Government permitting then"
to incrcaM' police forces In West
Qafmaiaj '" LU pi I cent some
usuully well informed allied offi-
cials said today.
A nal men will te under
,.
merits Ii
.
mainly u ">d city
control.
They will be con< lured as self-
contained mobile units and may
lie equipped with Ufh1
Vd dispersing eguipmeni
Bre hoses Contrarj' to
earlier reports, machine guns are
not mentioned in the letter, offi-
cial* said.
vered a verbal request
by the West German Chancellor
Adenauer whether
Ihe* would permit increases In
the Police strength of West
Germanj because a powerful
I'eople's Police" Is being built up
D Germany and the pro-
int hiijhly decentralised nature
r V. German Police
The Question took on a new
urgency when war began in
Korea. Allied observe!
i creation of adequate
mobile Police Forces in Western
Germany wouln
OW engaged in virtually
Police duties in the Ruhr
Heater.
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ball
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rm at me Royal
|D ba liven in
week -ml two recordings au
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tenlni In this area The 'Uve' .... ,
.
.mi. lbs former 'eaturlna *.
hmi
violin Concerto
h lib Jean Pougn I
v nlimsi and Mer.fli-I^..'
i. Symphony, and the latter
... wnUnfl three of I;..
works including Ml 'aUroica Bym-
plmnv On W.ilneMi.ij It;. 11I1C
Symphony Otehaatn conducted
h> Sir Malcolm Saw '
the concert and on Friday it will
b* the turn of the London Sym-
phony Cfrenoatra conducted by
Baal] Cameron The recorded
programmes are on Tuesday at
4 15 p.m. and on Friday at 6 00
p m. the former pi.
work by the Australian composer
("live Douglas in keeping
poUcj if the Promenade Conearti
U preeenl new works 1>. compos-
an al .'ii ages and nationalities.
and Strauss's Symph >:. Poet
'Death and Transfiguration' and
'ANOTHER REMARKABLE
THING ABOUT WHITt AftTS
.
rromi>in Player-.
get
in Rrigland an
i. Ajm "' i
OrART, DAVID SHEPPARD, Petei
i iravatH .
(Gloucester), a i n u r Milton
tor), BOB BERRY and
Tj.ftersall (right harm
ii.ii (both Lanes i ami LOWBON
I JIT I
"I hke the w. IndJei Blayen
WOKIil. the bc*l /ng

JEFF STOliiMETER w hill
MARSHALL Is also a dehghtfu
hat to watch. WEEKES I
TAN'b.Wi: ilrfl) Arthur K. R. Gillfxan ind John Arlotl k>
AUlon is speakIns Into the hand-mike while in. crren broad
tSkSttBg h"* N *rn In the i.... *..;.-..m.H
in the 'twenties, weighs it all UB .. ... IDd post] Well-
...lefully and then, at about H3u knjwn Ba the author of thr-.v
0 M I broadcul poetry and for his popu-
e.slimatc o( the situation U.i B.B-C poetry feature. "Booh
used lo say to me during of Vet ***, evei ". i known
- Australian lour of 1W8, beam- lot hll particularly vtvid and wit-
all over his face' "I'm nub. iy cricket i For In-
-..ay, Erie lve navai been stance, who ,f those win, i. u |
'' "" >' || will readily (oriel |
On I urlou ;h son of Ernlfl Toahai batting in
i anjoyed Arthu: company the Leed'i Test with an old Indv
COTT hit the ball hai hi* that furlough, mum* |*>king with her umbrella ! ..
th* urt"Sa and John Qoddard U ,. nt ftotttngnam was] m Even hts (eltow^om-
good skipper rneli I ... n along to the chilarenl men) I al that.
nlag nattnae at a local ctai- Thaj ..f:-n do whoi John is a
hi where, m South Indian COB- the mike His crick-'! I ...1:
.n.e. i uiked io the ydungstan "How To Watch Cricket", "Oone
about missionary work in Uie East, to the TBet Match*1 apd otiwn are


nd God
dard rdn
Hamadhtn and Valentine, though
I dent expect any of thei
. Mowed by Arthur on Teat well worth reading H is to b.-
uieket At Leadi we did rimilar- hoped that be win write one on
l There Arthur told the etui- the preeenl low of the Waal In-
i gwxi Hory against Mrnaelf. diana If it is ns koo.i
Trent Bridge
bowl on in the third Teat
"We've had a fairly good sum
mar on the whole, though I
rained Ojulte lot this last fort- urban Sus-,x came to Leeds to others It wUl aall wea
0 Vorkafa n m reer." he said. Though i i ,il i lub-ericketer,
Irlend rd mine phoned up th< tin i.-ai. t .i. ,n Arlotl has com.-
on pavniofl and asked for me The to playlni In Bral BlBM cricket i.
twelfth man for Hampshire.
No. I'm afraid rOU mn't Which he did
"Well, all the best
hope to see you in Colombo
October 1st (D.V )
"Voura sincerely,
Arthur Lhlligan "
Tlua letter from Arthui
looking address. "Fir Tons, Round
Ubouls. Pulborough. Sussex dateii ,, (lo|(| n ,,..
July |4. took my mind back to the A, Mottingham, on the Bundaj
little. g-e,n box from wlvch rrortung In the middle of theTaal
Arthur and ins reUow-commenU- Match. Aith
to cricket-lovers
little,
vim low
all over the worldtl;
green box with the long
that opeM hke the windscreen ol
a car. which has become n
familiar a landmark to Eng lah
cricket crowds.
Commentators
What sort of men are th) I i I
iih rrtators, wnoaa voteaa an
. i ognised wherei i
at is played! While on leave two
Ceylon, where I
am a Methodist niiss.ouaiy. I wa
all man]
leas to say, I
found them what they sound. Q
friendly bunch of sports:
Hut malm no mwaka about
ant wnieh he did S4>vern) times liefnr.*
Bh to OllUgan, I|e\ lull gOn the war.
lo bat.< Oh. that's all right,' Rex AMon
e voice at the other end, Ontheotinvi hanfJ.fetnailBLkul
Rex Alston, ton .>f Canon r r the
Church and ex-l'uhln
mi,.i i master In charge of crick it
Church al IteoTord School, i.laved tor Bed-
ii w.,- ., ne ignt, aftet tordahlre, a minor county n-gu
the atrviee, to toe the children larly during the school holiday*
i-n- .,|,(, i.,llv tlu- !..: .v,r.,l ..,.".. He llnudied u-i
bej rowdlng round Arthur, a* Mptain of his county. To pas Soviet Government wa
plying him with question! afaoul the tune On i long tram journey
He Test Match, which he ai.v^.u.i home Bitei .. match, in told me
a. eagerly as they asked Ihem. how he managed lo get (he job
and getting them to autograph which has made his smoothly
their hyinnbooks! It wa.s a Sun.i.iv BOWerlng; well modulated voice
they wiinl BOOB fimili..r in honn s all over the
Popular as t i i i Id
I .'. i Me toft ochoei-maaumnc durtng
' lean that when on *he war, _when purt ot the staff
i ba dofendad Keith Mrllei
Russia Returns
To Security
Council
g) From Pace I
WBl potntod out that the only
*giUmate government in Korea
v.'us that of Dr. Khee tin Korean
ttepublk set up by the United
Nations. Any peace plan they
aid, would therefore have to be
prefaced by two conditions:
1. Cease-fire and withdrawal
of North Korean troops beyond
the 38th parallel.
2. Restoration of the Korean
Itcpublic's authority in Its own
territory
Any plan which would ask tot
the simultaneous withdrawal of
both aggressor and defcndei
would In British ond American
opinion be not only unu.ili-ti
but quite outside the spun o
DM charter.
Alternatively it was though'
that the Soviet Union mght o
Tuesday propose "horse-trade'
to Council: "let the Communist
Chinese delegate enter into
United Nations und we will us*
OUT influence to obtain peace II
Korea".
(aneral opinion was. h
that the Chine*e CommunUr
issue was no longer a burrUDj
one for the Soviet Government
The other prediction m i I '"
ntly heard here was that .he
inn
in the Security Council '> block
..ny action by the United Nations
'n ease t new aggression else-
where This was discounted by
ii.any experts as improbable.
Inasmuch as if the Security
Council was blocked by vein. th<
Security General
rgsney session of the whoh
'!' I'.ni' \..,v evacuated *. ', BTce bowling ol bumpei to Len '',"1 s,",n Uring oi the eompare-
' Hutton. at Nottingham In IMC ve mostotony of announcing vari>
- while the crowd loudly booed ltd '" ":"' nines from
!.'..ppioval. he didn't plcafC all Nothern studio of the ll.H.C .
. ' his English listeners bv a long ,"' PftMaded the Outakla BrOad-
i toto^a life cliaiki heardhlm M M.V).r,^ rs-Ung Director to give him a
OM line men enjoy ,.riciscrt n ,. Kr(lllW|[(|, trial as .-, rickct commentator.
:!::;:''^*:*r:?.h!* tsJarsasL"*".....Iwh*; 51 .ST!liV"ivri,'m"v'"1 lu,"V
disliked Miller's tactics ' PUbWc. They were record-
Arthur hod previously told ma "" :I """"V match and later
in the presence of his lellow- Approved H.
tlliit, Irke honest workmen tin
world over, they are exhausted
at the end of their day. Even
after being on the air In turn
i v moment ol tin* six
hours play, plus a few minutes
ii' the
n no) free to .>
home until they have made re-
cords of then Imprcaslons for "pi to stir up
listeners al home and overseas several hours earl
Then only, at abOul 7 30.
they put on their (ark. I
back to th.u hotel
tatOra: "There i-. .. .. i n
titular privilege granted to us
HMI which even the most
widely-read Journalist hasn't not
We lire in a position to scotch any
controversy
than any
iireaponslbla papei cati try t.
i regard it as part of
our job to keep cricket
And while I have Ihe ih.nn t.,
IB ,addlUon lo m work (or the broadcast i rniend m do It"
k. \ m I-".;;' S,v","'m "0- Miller PetVUBt1
like Arthur Ouligan, u .. bee- ,\
lance i Irast to nvtn
Hex Alston and John Arlolt. who
are on the staff of the B.B.I has lBg ,. ,,. wu% , .|M,
to wme hia report tor um next Stolid havTbeeo. Evan the
morntois. edition o bit nawi .,,, ,,,,!., ..TU,1Pi-
paper 'The l, rriegraph ... .I; ,,
Arthui is very P/oudof hia local pctuUnt' Bui that la noi UV
knowlr' ' -"'* point What Arthui Bh! to ma
vagaries. n.-rA<- ins uMi.iiiy accu- privately, and later put into prae-
Bthei and wlckei forecasti ,,. ,, ,llc llri,
His method t- t ,m- , ,h(. mon v/bih he ami h^
er forecasis in the morning preeenl i-ollsagues are In the box
vs.. ale net IIV.lv (.. luxe a i.....|
In Hie Inn "i . i' ) ,,, ,
the groum hli fellow- thnt oeraslOned'in 1933 by the de
traveller* talking on ihi * iiorsbk *Ddd1lnf' controvers)
Then ha pump- the groundaman John AHott h the Adonia o1
After which he ' ..... ind two cdnaunllni Interesta in life
chance when, at sii.m
WB rolled upon mddenly to lake
fl place ol a e. mmentator who
was unable to broadcast. Since
II Ri v hai m.v.i looked back,
Kennein Ablack and l^arv
Conatantino are the growingl.v
|>opular guest commentat.i tin
year, just as Roger Blunt, who
tOUTi l Knglond with the New
in 1037, and last |
son. Tne year I met th. ...m
la ton the guest was Alan
McOUvray, rormei captain o4 the
' '(linking it New Booth W.,U State XI in the
in.. I h..'.i aometi t;.acoii- Bheffleld Bhield, and ... private
that omeofBUller^bowl- ilh. ln Ih(, yhll4. buglnaas it Ii
1 interesting to nnte that the lirs;
rL*" cricket match ever hroadiet wai
"''ll">- thai between New Zealand and
appeared Essex, from the old Leyton
grouiKl. In 1927 The commenta-
tor was the famous cruketin
padre, (now CaiMO) F H OIU-
irrgham.
Arthur Wri^lry
Hoard on the radio oni) I
catlongl, discreet I rl
hut agwaj m tin green box
the coBuncntators, is also Chsrtsr-
ed Accountnnt Arthur Wrlglc)
the li ii c pcorar. No article on
Ihi uwccl would i-- complete
without meatlori of him He keeps
nis colleagues posted with all the
1- nd figures relating to scores.
Limes taken by b-t.-mei......i their
inns, bowling analysts, etc.. etc
without whim none o; the men
we hear wouM be able to give us
_ al' the accurate and consistent de-
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A REVIEW OF ART EXHIBITIONS IN BARBADOS
At'GCST 199 APRIL 19SB
HI I'llODI (TIONS OF PUVriNGS
G. M. Aketl, K.rl Broodtiaicn. John HarrLun. Helmut Kolle
F\RR\GO Pe Irom a Diary: Geoffrey Drayton
POETRY
W. I!:. i..li Barnes and L. E. Bralhwalte (Barbadoa). A N
Forde (Grenada!. Roland Dorcelv t Haiti) A L H-ndriks and
Ba*ll MacFarlane (Jamaica), Daniel Thaly (Martinique),
E. M. Roach iTobaio). in r Waleolt SHOK1 STORIES
<'. M. Hupe and Kirl Sealy (Barbados), Edgar Mlltelholser
(British (.in.mi. Roger Mais (Jamaica). Ernest Carr Cecil
(ray Clifford Sealy and Samuel Selvon (Trinidad)
LIGHT VERSE : Hush Popham
HOOK REVIEWS : G. II. Archibald J. W. B Chenery.
A i ..ll.ii....-- Aubrey Do us Us-Smith
FRONTISPIECE : Golde White
They'll Do It Ln cry i i.ne



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/ PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATl-RDAV. JULY M. 1S0 CaJtib Qallinq Any More For The Guillotine ? Niven's Pimpernel Film Waits For The Verdict From Goldwyn My %  ar*M (on way *VHAT NEWS of thai verv ElumvPimpernelwhich Powell and bwsjef begun making for the KordP company OVai •• >eir ago" I hoar that the revised version is now ie..dy. and that Sam OoMwrn will be asked to see II onvalelv before he leave* London. Why Goldwyn" Because he VU the CtHl : 'nperrela hold-up has an option on ihe American rights, b u I threat e n e d MM M* I ludi n.# %  oot" VhM he Maw the first camp 1 1 .ITMHI1 After Irani* %  ttjatk tension between Kuril %  and C o I d w n David Nina and Margaret l-ighton were taken back to l h • studios and put to I k aaln for . o n d IhOHfBl Lay Your Own Floor NKW YORK, the daintiest housewlf %  r cake on the muscle-* i/cd Wh i GoldI'lmpernel at PreCon1 ait MR. AND MRS JOHN VVJ two i-hildrcn left for the U.S. via Puerto Rico vesjtardaj %  } IIWIA. rim ..re piclured here on their way to the 'plane 1 EAVINC yesterday morning by B.W.I A. for l-i intratisit to the U.S. were Mi and Mrs. Johnnie Wise and their two rhildfen, Audrey and Ja.kton They are going to live In Mr. W. home state Pennsylvania and they will be staying temporarily with his parents. Come Here Every Year week pulled a wry face snd retorted: "Let's out talk about M il AND MBS. A TAYUM !f'„f '£, !" &a and ihvar young daughu. — an d b>now arrived yesterday by U.W.I A ,„stly — prolion, Trinidad to upend a hohd) ductlon Is due in It.irbados Mrs. Taylor ana foi London then daughter will be here for .showing next (WO months, but Mr. Taylor win month, whatonly U here for one month ever the Gold Johnnie used to be with the They re staying at "Beac'i Amei S Army during the war and Houta* St Lawrence, and U stationed lor n time at Sea'o BaroadOi every year Airport hare, and his wife holiday. Mr. Taylor can lap of laying n new floor. Just introduced on the market i kit which, the makers cay, Ke floor tile laying easy. It ronU.:is the necesaary equipment an awl. a spreader for Up) %  iheslve. und cord and chalk with which to mark guiding lines Tn-s should I* laid close together always working from the centre of the room out to the walls. %  pel ttta should be lowered carehilly into the adhesive which his been left to dry until it become* sticky so it will not ooze up. When half the floor Is completed. adhcatva maybe applied on the OtAM side and Ihe same process followed. After a few dav-. the tl.i. must be washed with warm Is rinsed with clear water ..xed. Ad that, say the u -' in.' rome with the kit. is all thetj I It —IN S Suck Gum Nol Thumb BIRMINGHAM. Eng All children should chew gum ,iut only after meals and with tn closed. This advice was given by English dentist A. Wulpoie-Day at the British Dental Associations annual meeting at Birmingham He *aid. "It exert iscs the jaws and pe%  %  .,,.' %  ..• i that result, from under-development Tinlientist cited three cause* of irregular teeth! Thumb sucKing. swallowing with the tongu* letween the teeth In the a baby, and breathing through the mouth •if sucking cannol be cured, •aid Walpole-Day. "it is better that the child should have a iiher than a thumb" —INS HOUSEWIVES GUIDE Price-, in the iPcaJ market for apples and n when the Atlvi>-~a>< yesterday sfssn Tasmania Apples. 40 cents per pound Mangoes 3. 4 and 6 centa each. Rupert and the Back-room Boy-8 B.B.I. Radin Pr.rj.aaar rtwDAV rj pa Ami... Ill %  fcia, M-Clhr•en ai m. Th*niw or*an. > a> • %  Pram Ova Third Program"* S am rrom in. Miion..:. tT>-~ e^rxSr I IB B. Wi Indu-. %  Ji %  MlHUr ,4, |4i i m Cto- nown. I 3 Vo.kU.irs. II noon Th* N>. H.M a Newt AnslrHn. H IS P > %  *** .land v. B.i-uh Islss; II p an Jr.* BaliSbur>'. I* 4S P %  %  %  The two stilt psit si *h uWr siivePturt. tsedbrs aa dtodt I MSI ifitmoon. As I ss> horns ht it.pt prstkir pl.m gee*in| U It.. ..1 .1 si "Good s'soou* %  i.r:ioM under i sprawling h* |ps. Anjons would think n Tiid *pptr^l then all of s suddtn." Ai h* BtatM mhf gcti mow and more puiilrd. "I'M nrxtr ttn a pljn: .ikt lhai briot.,*' he ihinks. "Vl %  lull aMl. wKik all ihe ireta atbar.. adkwk ihe Icavciatr like iai UM P I P m in. Newi .V ,11... I 10 p in ijaarsi The I i I atarUgM lew, 4 Dalit —. Camp FJre fw Onl * : I, m The New i Inlcitud' |U II p in John O'Oraala lo Und'a End. IS *i p in Orchertrsl Recotdi. II i> •" The Uti Hwjui • I Urfe" N-w UniTHE FIRST ASiM'O COLOR PICTURE TO COME TO BARBADOSI Mil VI H S'LI'W CIXRMA IManSw. Onl/) .1 MINI I niDll .ii %  r M TONH.HT IO TIE9IIAV MlillT at Ml 1 M'K OaBaOH — JAMS PAIGE — IH)N 1HFORE ud IHIRIn 1)4* IIOMANd ON THE IIKiH SEAS' in Tcchnirolur A Warner Bros. Pasture SPKMI. MATINEE: THIS MORMNli at 9.30 o'clock IIMMV WAKIIIV — m B TAYLOR CHRISTINE LARSONPARTNERS OF THE SUNSET A Monoaram Picture In I have the former Audrey I-ashlev Barbadian. A keen radio enthusiast, he operatad a "Ham" Station undci the rail sign of VPOSJ, and he wag b known aa -Sionewall Jarkson," by his radio trlenda J Qulat and unassuming, John an I his family will be greatly nalgp I by their wide circle of friends. I "Tuchen Week" nd Co., In Port-of verdict about rolM in the tllm version, il It %  not yet een a *-iade but not the same two. tbieaa Powell and Pteuburger 1 h.. atorv la lieing changed round (The Garden) ST. JAMES ... %  Mare /.."..II seoii. Darolkr MSIBSH FLAXY MARTEN KIM. ill lll 1 \RMVAL II Htki *ri irrrs %  INIVAI." a -HAaE -l I H ll II inent Kven against Sam himself Why MARGARET IV. IdlrV LZIGHTON inusl furooflcii her Lddu |g in IfM Pimpernel has donr L IIEH I l!..llM.|l M R 11. R1SELEY TUCKER British Council representutive in Barbados, left >tsUid.i> I.. A B.W.I.A for Antigua. From i there he will be goliiK to Tofflola rvlurnad via St. Thomas. In Tortola he aftemooo will give a aeries of live l.vtur* (...im-d b> at their "Teachers" Week BtaPJflaM Mil. 1.1 Huggl SpalU To Study Engineerinfi L EAVING norili for Hie I r. is Mr. Herbert Cjrannum. soi I : MI and Mrs. Widum II J .1.1111111:1. ol "Ashton', Uardei I ipp, Wnilhilig. 1 in 1 tri 1 is going to Scotland to I ud>' eiigineexlng at Miul<< jlson. an Engineering Company bornY returns from the Broadway 1 i.iomrse is expected to last for torn pany to take up her original live years. ro i. Returned With Grnndaon Why * -*" %  Laafbto" Bl %  1 BMI pi .. idhered ruga lap %  ,. TI of the LonsIf thai tiir.e'...l It Is she would have a ttM ill"• GLOBE %  carl., Blakrney /""' • since. At the beginning of Jul> MM 1 leaves the cast of The C arrange ihe protlurtii.n. is due back In -day I hear there has Iss^earfllOl In'twcen the author and the American manage. 11 how The Way Things JOHN FORDS NfW AND FINEST PICTURE OF THE FIGHTING CAVALRV! her film contract Alexander Korda Ha.* ny pressing new I To Join Husband nj vo months' holiday In V,. c, 8, Mrs. Ethel Hay Korda i Trinidad yesterday ror Mt wr grandson' Stephen "It was arranged at the start of wVTiaa im him UP3 *f %  *" •**•' here for about ItatM for a limited, season. %  Tnay were staying v Mr and Mrs. Charlie Raj HS. HAZEL DOWNEY W hile Hull Flats. Hastings. For Trinidad Vitif left say the film company. "You never fa might suddenly nnd a role for If an actress of Margarrt Lasghton*! calibre steps out of M 1 ; weeks, it seems pliiiining curried to • Hrklie'a HaM I.M.U M daughters Put and Wendy .yesterday by B.W.I.A. ._ Puerto Rico inlransit for the I'* ilaughler of Mr nnd Mi U.S.A. She will Join her husband Thomas Fitzgerald of "Raffet-n there, who left Barbados about Harrison, left for Trinidad M oiuvear ago. Thursd;i> gilafnooa by n.WI.A. , „ PatiltM has gone for a holiday. Q^ysiS JOHNS, another f>Arrived Yeaterday | >u t may stay on for an indefinite ra(l Korda contract star, ntersu period. She will be staying with jr,,.,, jrayc 1" screen soon. A RRIVING from Trinidad yeshrr brother Pat and his family in Lonsdalc's The Way Things Go, lerdav morning by B.W.I.A g t Ann's. Port-of-Spain in which she Is aPPaarlni were Mr. and Mrs. Errol Uailev ..ti towards the end of Jul They were intransit from AruU. rnotographa lool itaa surprisingly short run of llv where Mr. Bailey is with ll.e rpllK Anlmua Art Group which months. Industrial Relations Department I | s holding an Exhibition -t Miss Johns s.neat film )'">"';•> of the Logo Oil Company. h( and of August is not only be in an ..dap ution *' J -" %  u • aeeeptlng DsJnttngi and drawings Bridies A Sleeping t wgwu. u i^SALS^V&^SRm, but also wWAn^dcO^ CROSSWORD %  z—, ;i in 1 1 %  SSB J 1 "i n Extra: LEON ERROL In "BACKSTAGE FOLLIES' British and American Newareel. LOCAL TALENT Al'DlTTON 9.30 i in To-morrow Mr. Bailey used to St. Mary's Boys' School before he went to Aruba and was ufec for a short Umo a member of ttu •Advocate' staff. He has been li Aruba for two and a half years Henfor two or three week* they are staying with his mothei in St. Matthias Gap. irni* Atrn t_ 10 Blatiopric 1*1 i r. oi Atlmii an ostii. (l M uo petrol. HI i an lunsn Hi I an %  .. Ita ,| . .,-r, II. II. L .. I OS II. .%  a \ great 11 Hi'r a tnir (HECK THESE VALUES! %  Mlllt %  IllOtllilllllll llllll 4||| ||. (.. i lOgrM ID •I .. hoping lo make It would be In. M IggliK. who live, at 40 llnl Bridle play to b •creenerU. %  was Street in St John., under the morejr.een-llke till" AoUlUA I. organlMng this part ol ol fU-.h and J""" 1 _,,„., „, Ih,3m ..".I >!.'• write., welromIn Ihe la.l WeM End revival ol in. Ba.hadu.n ..holographer. lo A Sleeping Clergyman. Margarr .end their exhihlu lo her lor exhiLelghton plgyed ... .... Glynl. John, will also act two BY THE WA\-By Beachcomber I T IS coming to something but i am not Mir.t" wfipt when %  crow's clothen are stolen. The thclt is nniarkable. because scarecrows ure so badly dressed today. There was a time whafl the big landed gentry used to send for someone from their own tailoring firm to BaPaa l a ff Ihe scarecrows on the estate for a couple of suits. That, of .curse, explains the odd DWlucI of the dipi peer who. on held a 1' %  lion with lha home farm. Thv Thnrofiri/i flu/e npHE tnse win held > 1 day owing • a common < %  • wtian Mr Tlnkli become* exi Iti H %  Ibow again got wedged In hal mouth strange us that may sound, "it Is i OOnatltuUonal wtalOaaai, m'lud," why do we assume that Auu-.iit.-d Mr. Honevweuther cans only come lo England u ..,shrewdly "Hemarklead the life they are accustonud .,,,!,. said CoeklacarroL leaning to lead In America"' I kwolhr (OTward and watching Mr. Snapanswer to the man who asked loi driver's efforts to dislodge the %  cup of tea and a Uppar ;.t UH intruding elbow Mr Gooseboote. I'uvilhon d Armenonviiie in truin BO iUanint to (and u helping Bols de Boulogne apt his elbow interlock.-! %  coUaagua'a, and the two like Japanese B'**rrrf*a magmilr mi ensft of A N AJnericon ihr bidsMi lareaaai. J* covered that lh. ntiHt has dateonUi round nf ,i pflpphODa bell kills mice, just as the eonUnuoui sound of a muffin bell killdog and the continuous smi ,.i of %  tm-tmi .hutch bell makes elephants very ill. As a DMtlan gad the judge sarcasti %  ta 1 Galii" %  %  me kniiw /*/ /mining 1 0 \: in it that 1 s^-it rUtPi ltd LtaP dn Amerl* poet wrote: \>i\ ineanvenlanet reteaeap n-inkles mparatlvaly house tppant i 1 wa an p/UI aol mra an old hone • i hum bOCPUM U'uli ii" breath tn his hodi, ivi dn i: Btd Said lh pale tutor onl) one lastOuislditM nlocc-/art0'|* badrOORH But WOt much. fro.. lIKitirs A IVEW MM... MISSOI.IMS MBHOWa INS—IMS MAXIM ituiKis • UNSEQUraSO I.OVK" TKITII HILL OUT — kj Ch.rlille llnldane %  FK()>I tSflU TO lOMMONHKALTII•I'RINCII'I.HS OS BRITISH 1MPF.R1AI. GOVERNMKNT" %  BaVM) SABRF.f R"—by Wren "IN FACE OF FEAR"—by Michael Scot &f ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE .',-,'-'.*,',',',',',',-,-,-,',',*.-.V*.','.'*'-^'. '.*.-.*.',•. '.',',',',',^,','SS. WMHV.M-, -W,v.','.'.',',v,. al'I'MI'S In While. Brown. Blark. Blue 55c.. V, IMS |1 H 0BALLKKINAS in Red. Slira 3—8 $1 45 a LADIES' CANVAS RUBBER SHOES liJ 0 LADIES' CANVAS CASCALS In While. Rrd. Blue ... 2.95 a LEATHER SANDALS WITH K I mil K SULES ChUdren'a tl 0: $1 .10; Ladle, JJ J5 : M „; j 15 a LADIES' CREPE SOLED SHOES I J.5 lo :. ... a) MEN'S "1.1. his., SHOES—Brown or Black >l SO 5 j a MEN'S SOCKS Je„ 4J,., 50,. j k fc ^CHILDREN'S and LADIES' ANKLETS 32c, Sfic., Se., 4c. 41c. a-IU>l I'OLISIIES, SHOE BRl'SHES. Sl'EDE CLEANERS WORLD. I To be as lovely as A Star of Beauty follow the advice of the charming star Maria Montez, who says— I always use Lux Toilot Soap— it's a real beauty care. 1 cover my face Rcneromly with la rich, super-creamy lather, working it in gently, but thoroughly. Then I rinse with warm water, splash with cold. With Lux Toilet Soap lather, skin takes on new loveliIt feels like smoothing beauty In!" TOILET SOAP IN STARS



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SATURDAY. JUI.T . 150 Mantes of Oivners of 100 Acres Should be Published Says Mr. W. A. Crawford Mi. \\ A Crawford asked 11 questions when the rfo AsM-mbly met last Tuesday. Mr. Crawford want* Government to publish a list of the people who have 100 ;. land or more. Hi k Will the Government cause K> be published at the earliest date possible figures showing ir dfstr ibution and ownership of land I In the colony on fhe basis of one ( hundred MOO) acres and upwards' •A* In view of the colony's acces1 %  ton in tha BMnomk Co-Operation A A i r> m I 11 i. will thtl Government please Malta Whotnei It hag .MI-, plan. foi appli. Btlon for assistance from Marshall Plan ftmtk to which the eoufir] M now entitled, foi the purpose of large-scale irrigation as part of our Agricultural development programme, M loi any other purBARBADOs ADVOCATF PAGI THRKI: Harbour Log la Carlisle Bay C Oeraon. rtla rioi-f. -**vMi % %  1 n>l* Wtt'te. ch Dons.. %  > > I) ARRIVALS Earle* Tr-lfi. Ill Ion. • ffatM Tumi lUaruf %  perlaaM, 4.**s ion. n*< c taa. from ai Kin. Moll, N Jon**. IT torn n CUnidmi. Horn Dorruraca Moimariulf a.SIl lorn nW CJ from PWi-rto Cabtllo .>rtARTVRRS lad> lay. 4S ion* *l Cai I fM SI L..C.a In Touch with Barbadoi Coast Station -1 a mm w 1 Lta ad VIM Out Ihejr ,.„ %  „ cOrnmunKal, a.ih in* following .hip. u>ioti*h in*. I'.rbadoa COM SUM ion H S Ci<> ol M-iii., Q,,rt. I I dian. riMk, 8 s An%  Kjllntf*. H S Oolflto %  ana d* I-IFII „, a s S Com*. I I s. agwave, S s Historian, %  %  : %  AMI. S •. H W ,,| l^-,>i,.|d S >• Ranmtala. X S Fort Amnrot. S S Fort R.ch-lini S ft Mara Nik* S 8 Hcr.llt.,. fl a Alcoa CavalMr. s s "*••> Tliar. ft 8. B .i,..r.i 1 B>ch-t* QofdoM Km| l.om MAhTINigtfF In ht..iti HHITISII (iUIANA IMaar Adam* Hewlill Benjamin. Ililttllill Carty, A "t* 1 in V..n> (liiini., Soft* Ohlpni. UMilt Uilt*n.. Jraaw Gray. Jonn Gray. Brayi Aaneo Kodria^*.. Maria *"ll RuTrisim. Lilian I'I Uritn. Anllwn> IVinamlp.. Jrjn l>rnarule<. HHBHI We.ima.... Jranriu Fd-..nl. Smlih Burnw, MtirflarM MiHind. nam MAtQLTtTIA bana Dri CanN, Jn*epn*a I i Ji^lnK n,i Ca*>ii. P>mia DM 1..1T i P.bhM F.-ma Oom*/. P*UM Oaawa ivi** ariwaaa>aaaM '^r Rafael Cauillo Rniirl and Nfwton Road I 1 Lhii dad with d High sal Turnlrm. S' Michael Both 1 arred at the juncUou ut Lodge k T. c f5u x J 19 •" M-MS3. rti i..mi,i Ul I VKTl'afHv R W I 1 I nlN-IDAD CJlnKrll. Ki.lh Kr-llv. Sain Krllv. %  aaejr a Johani PuNrN RllMM IKilii.-. I. W I Hi-I... II %  ... il l|..i-no. JiMm Mr norolhfl Phill.|. Haipn sMrllir. Omiirl' <;..l.i..,l Mi.lm.l Rodricur/. Riibrii Radiiaaaa, John R.1 irla BayiM 1 ibrlfl Hirtli. Prr O'Connor. PMH rpin c. .. NADA tl *lr*l' H..,.u' 1 1 1 %  M K.nn|. P.f*. K.tr rite. J." OeninMin. %  I MM '."UNA Van %  Il-rn. Joy.c Bannl U H 1ADM. L.Alr.ir.l*. ii. J.iJuti an, RI.I.^,.1 11 mptirav, rrewab/Mi w. qn.ii. Harold llirkni. Wrn.lv Dtw\ | | 1. TrMI*r Tnr-i'r II w\ Joatpn A'-iny %  1 I OlfAtB* Ja^..rl„„. Haffnertfttt. gi.^nrih fir">' %  %  < n.nr \... 1 | it n, R 1 FN %  RMiidr. Hnlda Qiirmadj. gobjl |.T lif*t F gudon. anciari Itt-r -,., Btnui tSltafn.o. Anr..r., Tali..(*. •.. r.„l,.i-l Tag1-uen Xaiiin. Marian u n wt %  Baahuf. H*nr t ^k In view of the MBeagttj l"i pio\ idmg auiglance for the %  aniral .inprovement of housing ihioughoul the colony. Will (ha Government take early stepa. in cnnsullalion with ftic uigar producers, to establish machinery for the purpose of impos.ng a cess at the rale of 50 cents per ton of sugar manufactured in the island.--the funds from such levy to be used to help the working classes to construct repair or Improve their homes'* .dV Is the Government awnre that the ration allowance accorded the staff of the Government Industrial Schools is considerably leas, ... fact, laaa than half of that given to the staffs of other Government institutions" 2 Will the Government take steps to place the latlon .illovvance of theae employees on the same oasis at thoae of other institution*" •a* In consequence oi the circumstance that tinVestry of st Philip ilnd it ilnnn. lally impossible, except fa borrowfnj money for the purpoM*. to provide puhhc baths and latrines m UM parish, and in view of the fart that the provision of public buihs mid lalrlnes, are not iptfmWilj ine obligation of the local autborltfaa will tht> Government make the neceasary funds available to the Vestry, by way of a grant, for the erection of r>t least to (2) such baths and latrines m the said |..,ril. < In consequence of the ron*U ruble increase in the cost of living since the tune when they were originally fixed, will the government take sttps appreciably to increase the amounts allowed to manied and single persons as exemption from the Is of In Go ran t of B HlV'l R..rtiai the acute discomfort experienead iiailv bj nipmixTs ot the Kue Ungacle at Coleridge St.. in consequence of structural and other defects In the buildin*. which thaj occup) ~ D-M's the Government proiKi-e to construct and equip 0 new Fire Brigade headquarters' 3 Arising oui of the fact that the Probyn Street site long rejarded as the likely area for a new Fire Brtaadc rteadqniartars ha^ now been converted Into a central 'bus terminus, if the an.ei to Question No. 2 be m the iiflirmative. will the GovernnWfri please viate the 1> oposed le of the new Station. Jm Will the Government please ** slate the ilirect and indirect i| the colony during the vearra IW8—1<*4 inclusive. %  nd thi actual expenditure in the Better Lose A Minute Than Lose Your Life Remember Road Manners Speaking last night over the local Hadio Diffusion Service. on the subject of Road Manners. Colonel R T Mirhetin, Commissioner of Police said:— Wi .in fortunate in living in one of the most beautiful islands of the Cari bb e an it hv however, small island with a very large population and narrow* roads Wr have Mi miles af road. These roads are used by 4.COS motor vehlrles and 19*00 t. ejrelaa. besides nambera af iNinki'i carts. With this targe population. Pfc this amount of wheeled trafflc is no wonder *at our roads arc (cngesied, especially* so In the toWn areas Special Care It is "iK-reiore more tha;i eve nevessaiy t.n i,iih and e*_ei>ouc uf us to drive ride and walk with special care, and hai J Rqad Manners, Ron what are Road Manners** simply it .is tJrivuuj or rtrlutg or walking with consideration Jor %  ithers using the highway ia 1 It means vhen y*m find four ear, lorry or bus behind a donkey cart, being navteot, and waiting until the road In front of you is clear before swinging out. (b) It moans when yon Bel to a pedestrian crossing, stopping tind Bllowlni Ihe p'dajaitriaiis -to get Bcroei <(> If i-ieans Kivlna hand *iSaine currency for the period? xls it a fact that Island constaw bles were called upon to do special police work and perform duties of an exuaorduiary nature during the disturbance*; of 11137 7 2 If the answer to the above he in the affirmative, will the Government please state whether they received extra 1 enumeration for same. and. if not, why not* J_ Will the Government please m state what proportions of the colony's allocation of itwu.uou from Development and Welfare funds lias bet'ii already expended and give details of such expendi•j*. The House of Assembly rem gpectfully request Your Excellency to send down lo this House legislation to provide thai all property now owned or hereafter to be acquired by the Government of this island be liable to payment ' the same rates omx-hial or otherwise, as any other property "f simitsr nature and value in this island would be liable to let the doing (d> persons Ix'hmd you. how whai 1 %  It means not irnkmg somewhere, which although coiiveriient to you causes 1 lot of inconvenience to oih B -s (el It means dimming your lights 10 on~commg ;Yaftic and not dazzling other persons using the road Thnui-hllessnes* Tlumajority of accidents hi il.ls Inland are not caused by fast and furious driving or rfdlng But by thiHlgli ties* lies-, on ihe part ei the motorbn, cycllsi i ed}s trlsn To give an in tin 1 pi g, rrorn ihe rSol' e of acctdenl whS-h .•xurred i n Trafaigan yester d a) A car wes procegaluu from the direction of Victor: towards L'hambeilaln Bridge. the cycle from the dinci.n, ... Ihe Public Buildings toward Chamberlain Bridge They met and collided The c>.iist received a wound. The right rea. •Vhcei and fork of the eyrie and Ihe ladiator grill and right head lamp of the car were damaged No reckless nor dangerous driving is disclosed 111 this case Just a little more .are and attention ami both sides would have no douht. avoided this accident and saved the damage lo both vehicles. Till: type of accident happens dally In Harbados. Let us ace if we can reduce them. Dislikes Speed Traps I do not like Speed Traps. 1 prefer co-operation. We loon rward to the day when are can remove the traps from tiic roadi This will be done av si-ui .1 -m driving improves. As a result of these traps, 152 persons have bet n %  ted for apeeding Ihl and tinea amounting to tit 11 ,.... Revenue, Some drivers have ild 110 and f 12 for speeding f| worth it? If drivers of motor vehu It are addicted lo speed only realised that in a olstance about three miles, the fAfrerence in time between driving at a dangerous speed, and that ol driving at a moderate and COB li table one wiin conetderaUcn RM other. Is onl> about thfO niinute*. 1 feel auie uun %  adopt the more comfortable mode of travel. The next time you \>ant to et v %  where m a hurry, rememl-ei I u '.Mi only save .1 fi n-ig it might result Ii your being involved (n ;,„ .,,-, | h will mean delnv expense. Now, Cyclbta ord to cyclists, a great numnei of you seem lo think thai rules of ihe road only apply %  %  exactly the same code in using the highway, aa the persons driving a Bel 04 lorry. lo not cut in on the left side of %  < fehh le Thi.* ia a favourite habit ol a number of cyclists ut liroa t Sheet Ii is dangerous and a vcr bad habit to get into Do not rid. more than 2 abreast, besides lrtng iigain.l the law it adds to congestion. Now a word to the pi You also have your pan to plaj m Ihe Hood Manncn Campaign When y.m are wall ing in tlu -treet or road keep gg near ti B< gl Iil %  %  Mv..,> alk facing the oii-romini; uallle and not with vmir l>... 1. to It. Do '"'I stand on the la and eooslp win, rou Da not gBthi i Bl H" i rou obstruct the view of and cvclists (*s.ih, ardestrlan IIH—IIHI. Ihey ate put I then foi row lafetj and help When you cross the Victoria and Qaasnbartatn Bihlajn paths provided If you > it. you add ti> the congatstioit on x\. c Miu ,., Road Manners Mu*h can be BBWeved in impruvlni conditions on oui by ihe .o-operatlon of the motoi1st, Ua I reUSt and the pedestrian Cultivate Road Manncn. Think i f the other users of the mad and not only of yourself, yuu will lino r helni everyone. Give up speeding, it might result in a ertotl and only means gettina %  omewhere a few rolnuh i i UV rhe BUDUI an in ip .< gl, ai rjgajl in this ftefet) Ftret' cent i BtgjD b* reporting to the PoUec %  M driving i disregard foi .. We won the last Test M\tch by ..t uat-un M bowlers and Aeldamen, each < %  them played 'heir par) ) % %  win the safety of the Roads n our Island by the co^>pere>tion ol the motorist, the cyclist nnd th nedeatrlan When you drive, ride or w alk how Road Manm O-— Ueforytou.'tbo! BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD! ktr "PONDS** ASS/ST foe. COLD & VANISHING CREAMSFACE cSc TALCUM POWDERSLIPSTICKS HAND LOTIONSKIN FRESHENER ETC., ETC ARE STOCKED BY AIL DEALERS. "RECTOR'S FEVER MIXTURE An unequalled preparation for combating Malaria ani other Fevers, skilfully compounded from tested Drugs. Fever caused by Chill effective preparation TO member -HECTOR'S momicr* Obtain Messrs Booker's v*m Drag Stores I til. Broad Street and Alplu rharmaey II matin ii x^^i B f iiiigaaaaiBgaB>B i.u i > <^c^x^^^>ovv^^','.'.'. Income Tax Returns Show SI 12.2 W Jump < % %  '. %  %  tea an %  • %  i $4,134 MI. iaa. the .i for 1941 mainly del -idered L. Ineaaaa Tax 'n have been a fairly profit.ifOI .ill r:dnslrlea" These ainotiuts wne paid c* omei (seaeaied to Apr I J0, l50i of 112.160,1101 (con %  n d 111 SKSM'.'B H llvlduah T h e chargi .Hi' u tv tuioi. ipdut Iks iSau,?5a %  ,flci lax in IfMf | 4li' 74O.0O0 than th sai.fi-j less iha 41 oo. ill In lt4H but m.livi.lu.. rter tax s4a.oo-i less. IUl : las) .en uf asseggrnenli %  %  iraders. 1159 civil servants an i.apo "othi i implo y se s Twentj-tWO traders and 2 MnptoseeV* had Incoiw .,. %  ling B|0 100 pci annun fnerv wen % %  rvantt i ?hi> income tiroup Kivc Ml dlvlduall weie in the higherbraeketethose with gross If %  Hi'exceeding MO.OOO In lf*:ei 'here was onl.% nie oeh n tividu.il but thenwees 9 in IBS" and 7 in 1IMR tns nutforuy ol BsaUvldual Ii come tnxpayci-. arere persona it'celpt Of incomes below $1.2lM) •n ihis eateflory, kvU v > \..' 1(143) were moie nUnV traders (403) but othei en ployees" again dominated tl i group with 991*. as the did tl -iJ.wKi-S6.IHW. $6tHHi -M.400. and the SB.400—910.800 uroupa. %  ineS wllh incomes m • exceeding 5.noo numbered M; . ihot figure numbered 104 Twenty three of thee income ...i 1HH1.000 and six II m over *riHi iKHi i %  i Profli .i i %  collected during IH-IU in iwr bo Prodi rax rfc Ided $7*2. .K. ot ll. [ncornr Tag Department for IMP, ihe i osi uf i i tional equipment. BBIOUUted |M."i %  oo, i e ii | .it of the cotta ted TTH pondin for I94H. IM7, 194(. and 1945 were ll 7r. pei cent, Bl cent. -.. rvloe s.,lane .mi Wages CommgMb Sir Edward FraiMaud Be i .. %  %  T""7'' %  '^JBsW.fwit f/fSardj S'** %  >> %  i I %  %  eaWf iwrffy, 4W inifilM*"' '-ii ^•• %  u.Jr.f %  r, :-| . IH 1 al *>t Bfeag M i %  •' %  p I I raatraf SmHfJImati+mtiflilmmm Omnbtrj ".,. %  --.*.. jf |C-I Ilenl*M la imiM' rou (• il ••4 ro-



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PAfiH FOirR BARBADOS ADVOCATE S\II ROAV, IUL1 Mi MM mm^MMm? CD.!'. Sinks j;2.ni In EUROPE AND KOREA %  —!1 '"• t*. AtfOMSl —•— —1_„. %  ii --1 MM 1.1 n. hi n, n (• % %  Saturday Jul> n UN I'MM'll S IIVMI THE new practice Which takes the Police Band into the variouacountiy districts tor evening concerts is certatnly to be welcomed. The entertainment which it brings to the people In thoee districts is a much needed relief from the drab routine of everyday life; but In addition to this, it serves to foster a spirit of real community life. Tli" Mobile Cinema has in the past supplied limited entertainment along with its educational work, and the British Council too, has made a fine contribution in this respect. These two avenues ol cultural and educational development have been successful in so far as they have been able to reach out to those minds capable of making full use of their services. With the Police Band it is different. Captain Raison has become a romantic figure throughout the island, and known even if only by reputation to every member of the community. The Band, too. because of its improved efficiency has ceased to be merely the Police Band. It is the People's Band. Whether it is providing programmes of light entertainment at Government House, classical airs at the British Council Headquarters, mixed items at the Hastings Rocks or at the Bay Street Esplanade, there is always a full attendance to listen. And especially is this so when the Bandmaster decides to supply pot pourri of West Indian airs. Trinidad calypsoes and up-tothe-minute American jazz. Then there is no taste left unsatisfied. Jt i* this ability to cater to every taste which, has enabled the Band to claim u ardent supporters, people drawn from every strata of society. It is the bringing together of these various sections and the infusion of the real community spirit which constitutes the greatest service which the Band can render. It also relieves the drabness in the life of these simple folk, and makes them feel for a brief period that they are part of a larger whole. The visits of the Band, however, will call for better facilities such as community halls and other suitable places of entertainment where the people of the districts can come together for the purpose, not merely of entertainment, but for cultural and educational development. They will also afford opportunity for those who live in the City and who are. in many instances. unacquainted with country life, to follow the Band into neglected parts of the island. This wifl fnevftably be followed by ;< desire to help in the needed improvement; the social conscience of Barbados will be awakened, and, as a community, we shall be taking a decided step towards real development and progress. Yoanft SSSM THE camp of two hundred and fifty cadets at the Volunteer Drill Hall is to be commended. Camp life for young people who must liv under healthy, active conditions and follow a particular dally routine is essential to their physical and mental development. Training in arms brings a discipline ot mind such as can be found in no other avenue of life. To. obey without question and to carry out instructions at the moment K. a training which gives one a degree of self control without which life would be a miserable failure. In addition to this, it must be apparent to any keen observer that the physical condition of many of our youngsters shows serious degeneration. The line upstanding figure is the exception rather than the rule. And this can be remedied by proper exercises and diet. There are IhOM who object to military training oil the ground that .: %  \ it< fractious spirit. The reverse in the truth. The youngster sure of himself end eiijmniK good health is ihr most amiable ot companions. Tht IN lo be i-ommendcd f'r Kivii-i; up port! n of dieir long vacation to attend camp A[|rotec. I'rojwls American Dollar* !\ol A iirnrled—Y*l LONDON. THJC Colonial Development Corporation, no* in its third year. iv passing from the planning to the development iage In the first six months of this year, its capital rmmiUnenU rose from Just over 114 million to almost £2S million a quarter of 1U available fi'Dcb*— and C.D.C expect 1950 to be UV year of its highest capital expenditure. In the Corporation's second Annual Report. laid before Parliament today, an optimistic note w struek. ;-.. HI • .:i. it ,!.%  "baa every confidence thst, with the help of modest allocation ol ''"liars In the early yean, it will, within a abort time, become a net dollar earner." Ann riran "Know How" Wanted This confidence i* expressed In a review of negotiations with the .nternational Hank for Reconstruction and the possibilities of American investment in the Colonies. 1 The CorporaUon feels that It will be some time before Its kind of undertakings throughout the llrlU>h Colonies will attract tho American invealoi "Whatever may be the validity" I he Report states, "of an investor's fears on grounds of the politi cal nsecurlty of economic stability of Lhe British colonies, it is unlikely I that the kind of enterprise in Ahieh the Corporation Is interested Mil, in present circumstances. I .rove to be to any large degree attractive to the ordinary Amcrcan investor "This position may dcclsivel> .hange when, in the course of a few years, the spread and maiutude of the Corporation's activ,ties build up into a demonstrably economic Institution through which American dollar investment in various forms can be canalised". Greater scenes to American %  know-how" lad markets would provide the best advantage to the CorporaUon of participating with American private enterprise, it is stated And the Corporation, It is made clear, would welcome "the skill, enterprise and drive whim are characteristic of American business." Particular deterrents to American Investment—exchange control and American taxation laws—are discussed with reference to measures now being taken which. It is hoped, will "encourage the now of Amen, .n capital into Britij.fi colonies." I'lopian Scheme Rejected The Hepurt n.vers the year to i 31st List, when there Killy HH (' DC. JHlctartakings in operation, one-third of them agricultural in character. Fur.her projects under active investigation, but nut yet launched U in alt will mean the Corpori lion committing itself to capital expenditure totalling about f50 million In addition ther e are h* projects ai an early stage of conmleratlon These ligures do not represent j-nyllung like the total schemes which have been put up to Oio Corporalion for conslderatio' Some of these, the Report says, tntvlti ily the Utopian schemes and I ^practicable proposals which e -ry new organisation must expct to receive" The problem of the development period In Its financial up*ci* dealt with In the section of the he-port covering the account*. The hrst two yeatof planning and investigation veal that most of tht* Corporatie. investments will not begin to yn Id at their estimOtad full rate ior a considerable ]erlod. Ninety per cen.'uf the sjsjtjintad capital cost of the IS undertaking* launched by thai and of last year will have lj*en Incurred by the end of 1952 hut "the total earnings of these 28 undertaking are not expected to reach PO per cent of their eventual level for abouv 10 yea is after that." I \|>i'i iWatch Expenses By the end of die year. the (nrporatlon Invested over £1 m in land, buildings, and concessions and another fl million In capital equipment necessary to develop the productive resources of these lands and concession*. Expenditure directly related to development and land clearance amounted, on the other hand, \\> over rtOO.OOO Despite the fact that dsvVlOPment is still very much In the initial stage, goods to the value i t H4A.O00 had been marketed Administrative costs have amounted it> about 10 par CSDl "' the total, and emphasisins the ,nnncia| control exerciM-l. UM deport declares: 'The Corporation's financial administration conforms to the beat standards and the Board .r,. confident that it will meeV the most exacting requirements of H. M. Government and Parliament" It is pointed out that all %  Sfltor members of the accounting staff are members of recognised proildsj . %  ggg %  and poaass .eriial and financial exA sec";. the Colonial countries concerned in the CD.es activities is tha. headed: "Special Factors Affecting the Costs fig Colonial Development Undertakings''. A plea la made for certain changes ui Colonial Income-tax ordinances "which would lnvolv< only a small sacrifice of curren' revenue", but which would greatly improve the prospect* of sotn types of long-term developmiti projects, which, if undertaaen would eventually "bring mud additional revenue to C oao n ll B* Imiuers." >rporatM)n express ther view that •'certain measures o standsrdisaUon In the econom* field may prove easier of attain merit and more directly beneficial to some territories than measures of political Integration win. ii an so much mora In vogue today." Bit: Overheads Warning is given about UK hlgl cost of essential services In the Colonies. Among the main reason, why Colonial development undertakings cannot In many cases, expect lo earn at • rale suflsdsal b attract ths ordinary outside In vistor. it la stated, "is the exceptionally high 'jiarge for OffflMMdl involved where new resources ar. brought Into production in economically backward territories". "The Corpor.iuon has had to reject proposals for certain schemes In undeveloped territories which on the basis ot normal overhead charges would have had every chance of success." It is admitted that most existln* Colonial enterprises have had t< 'ii.ii. that* own amenities anc basic services.. Including roads and have carried the cost. Bu*. these enterprises. It is added, were able to proceed at their own pace, at a time when the costs of tin capital works Involved were not only less In relation to sgnnsstad profits, but also the standards '.VITi i'.,\i I While the CorporaUon wel tomM the improved health and social welfare conditions which have been achieved in some Colonies" the Report conUnues. "by iin enforced compliance with approved minimum standards there must clearly be some balance hetween the standards of social welfare required and the means available to si.nt.ort them, unlew of course, the British taxpayer I: to be called upon to fill the gup" Time To Take Stock Of Our Measurements? I ,-m Oar laaaoa l.iifiM*" LON1MIN The British system of weight* and measures causes endless amusement to Americans, and great misery to visiting Continental* No less confusing to them Is our monetary system, which admittedly seems designed to give Jthe utmost trouble to all concerned and to make mental arithmetic %  real headache. British experts have urged often enough a switch over to the metric system, already In operaUon over the greater part of the world, but without success. France^—where it originated—uses the metrl.' system, and so do Germany. Hussia. (Ireece. Turkey. and of other countries Hut we conunue lo plead all manner of excuses for not shedding our farthings and florins, om yards, feet and Inches Now it seems that the small Island of Cypius may take the Initiative, and adopt the system herself. The Government there recently proposed that the metric system of i weights and measures should bti | introduced Into the colony, thu i hringing to the front the whole vexed quesUon of an international system that would make Hading a simpler and more efhViciii business altogether Cyprus, by her example, maycause other colonies to think %  arlomlj about abandoning their pisaagst methods of measurement. She is herself badly in need of a change. "How", ask her tradesmen, "are we to expluin lo customers overseas the tact that a cantar of olive oil weighs more than a cantar of carobs, which, m its turn, weighs more than a cuutai of onions? Can't we have an equal measurement of weight." The change-over would mean that litres would take the place of pints, quarts, Cyprus litres, ga.lons. hiles, kouras, loads and the liquid oke. What are a few facts about the metric system? In brief, It is the decimal system applied to weights and measures. Everything is In units of ten; there Is no necessity. therefore, lo have fracUons. It Is estimated by educational authorities that the metric system. Ly dispensing with the need for fractions, would save at least a year of lime spent by children learning arithmetic. Two typical examples from children's srlt hm a tic books are these: "Kind the number of cubic yards in a room measuring 7 yards. 2 feet, fl inches by 14 yards. 1 foot. 3 inches by 6 yards. 3 Incnes" How much simpler is the problem as seen in n French or German textbook "Find the number of cubic metres In a room measuring 11 42 metres by fl.4.2 metres by 4 a mttrsa. 1 When applied to Industry, the Having in cash is startling. One factory, which switched to metric, estimated that in one year it iBVOd ten times the cost of new measuring devices A railway estimated that metric would save It f.15,000 a year in patter work. No less beneficial would' be the timesaving factor for smaller concern*, and private traders. The present antique mcasurer ents in the U.K began when Edward 11 decided that three barley corns made an inch, ana n.tii I snocansd lhe yard as the distance from the royal nose to the tip of the blue-blooded right thumb! The ancient Chinese had an "uphill" mile, and • "downhill' mile, working on the quite logical assumption that It was more difficult to walk up a hill than down one. During the Franco Revolution, the National Assembly appointed a commission of scientists to setUe on a minimum number of units. and to plac all the-, inn', on tin decimal systfgn Hay decide! that lhe basic unit ol measurement should be the metre. It • divided into 100 equal parts — .cntime'iv Ii was multiplied by 1.000 to m.ike lhe kilometre which ll about three-fifths of oui mile. The weight of one cubu (intunetre of water became th< basic measure of weight — one gram. One thousand grams made up a kilogram—2.2 lbs. One thousand cubic centimetre* became the litre—vmiewhnt less than quart. It i .-aid that the kffsragi person should be able to adjust hlnutlf to the new system In %  riattet of .i lew days, since then are only three basic units in It the litre for apaciiy. the gram for weight and the metre for length It can be argued tor it that there would be greater i.nilerstanding and sympathy betw nations, business transactions would be speeded up considerably much paper work eliminated, and our furlongs would vanish for H> 4. i O. si.. i, I.. I'OSSIBIUTIKS tliat the United Btttl may ask the nations ol western Europe to make more substantial contributions to their own re-armament il they cannot help out in Korea is being discussed in diplomatic circles to-day. European leaders are fearful that an awkward situation may arise if this comes to BjBgaj It if, believed, therefore, that every possible effort will be made to make at least some showing in behalf of the United Nations, commitment against north Korean Communism. Observers consider it noteworthy that Sweden, determined to maintain strict neutrality even though she would have to depand on western Europe in event of oonfUol with the east, made an immediate contribution in keeping with her self-chosen humani; tarian role in world conflicts. The government announced that it is donlting a full scale hospital unit, with ambul j tncog, 'loetors. nurses, surgical instruments | and the like, and that all services connected with it will be free of charge. Sweden has therefore "saved face". And while (Jen. IXiuglas MacArthur obviously wants foot soldiers, no one can deny the tre mendous value of the equipment that is bein: given while the western world regrets that such materials and specialists become necessary in the wake of war. Before the Communist invasion of South Korea occurred, there was a feeling among European leaders that in the re-armament ol the west, the United States must assume tinmajor responsibility so far as financing is concerned. The American government was willing to. shoulder the brunt of it but made clear it wanted assurances that the European powers were doing all they possibly could. But the European tendency to use as much American money as they could get remained apparent Obviously, the situation in Korea must change all that. President Truman's request to Congress for an additional 10 billion dollars staggered European capitals because of the scope. It drove home to them both the depth ol American determination and the expenses that are anticipated. There has been a great deal of criticism since Defence Minister Emanuel Shinwell told the House that Britain's military condition docs not allow for complacency. The conservative press maintains that the budget allowed the military services since the end of the war has been more than sufheieiit lo give Britain a feeling of security evne though land forces were stripped dowr to a minimum on the home islands The Labour government's obvious answei will be that the anti-Communist campaigr in Malaya, the strengthening of defenses at Honp Kong and continued activation of the fleet add up to huge expense. This may not satisfy political critics in ttv House. But the United States high command. wel I-versed in logistics and the cost of military undertakings, may take a differen' view. In the case of France, the Government car cite the situation in Indo-China. where vast French forces are deployed against prn Communist rebels. The truth of the matter is that all post-w,.i European economics are precariously balanced. It was with u knowledge of this that EC/V Administrator Paul Hoffman launched his plan for European 'integration." He believes that Europe can solve many of its own fiscal troubles by getting together on matters such as foreign exchange, customs barriers and controls, If Congress approves the 10 billion dollar appropriation, western Europe may be shaken Into ii htlle greater activity. Certainly this outlay makes it apparent in advance that the Legislature is likely to be cool indeed to an> new requests for funds from across the sea —I.N.S. IX D.v.scorr TO-DA^S SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Usually Now c. c. Tin* DANISH CREAM 36 30 Tin* JERSEY TOMATO JUICE 26 21 Bottles JEFFREYS BEER JO UK HAVE Jl SI Kit LIVED SPARE PARTS COLEMAN Products We will be pleased to repair >our LAMP**. LANTERNS. STOVES sad IKONS If you brine thrm to OS. ALSO A Shipment of SNOWCEM in tinfulluuing Colours: Whit*. Cream. Pink, Yrll... and IVrrarolta WILKINSON & IIAYNfcS CO. LTD.—Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. Phones : 4681. U1Z. BECKWITH STOBES SWIFT'S POTTED MEAT per 1 SWIFT'S PATEDE FOIL „ AUSTRALIAN PINEAPPLE JUICE AUSTRALIAN SALAMI SAUSAQE ...., .. lb HEINZ OMEN PEAS tin FRENCH MUSHROOMS RED CURRANT JELLY CALVES FOOT JELLY ANCHOVY SAUCE ISLAl KIUU'K WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE „ .. SICNAL COCKTAIL ONION ,. .. AUSTRALIAN PEACHES ,. lm GREET THE COMING HOI DAYS IN COMFORT SELECT SUMMER SUITS made to measure from the following American Merrerb>e Poplin English M-M ii-.-,] Poplin Panama CotUtn MUst Pure Linen All Wool Tropic*!*, fr Da COSTA A Co., Ltd. DRY GOODS D[PT. Ol It HEAIlKHS SA Y Xbmirii To Ihr Editor, thtAd>... ov SIR Mv hwtfc congmtulaintendent (Irani %  Bourne. Sunmons, Springer, Chandler and Pranklrn on thotr well ui*u ved promotion. Your Editori.it of Sunday April 2, soBunsntad on ins Brand "i reform in the creation ol the rank of Inspot to Trinidad when lhe rank ot |napaclor was instituted tended lh function Ivan in honour of Chief Inspectors Kelly nod r>'F. ; %  to this r.nik wif: equs On my return t<> this o 1946. I was surprised to And thnt rather than this new rank being introduced accorduni to the Calver's report, the flrst vital change in the local lorce was lhe abolition of the rank 1. Cpl. Now to my further dismay, 1 am most reliably Informed that the rank of S*t M., w beloved the world over, with Its an. tlons of hitrd work, like the rudder of .. nbolishe.l Tho member* of lh< | Assembly, more up-1 Senior .-.hould realise that tin of the rank ut L Cpl has bred Pin illssslHtailluli ii. • force and much I ed at t! Is mere Stooke to UsS %  entiin it ol tbeSO men who BUffOl %  ed de mot ton jn:,> default finding himell over-night bash In the ranks. ol Constable alongside a reUll 11 needs no psycholo..T the reaction. .mts who \1 %  I It IS absurd and unwise In BU) %  If Bll lt.iberl H Fumess, Kl. a former Clnef JusUce I Bsrbsdoi nuMta i dnttons In our Judlclao then) wa ths tl rtcs f J u . the rnioluinent n the same, bui the above case of Mr l.y: 'i ... c tally answer the ct Itic. i .mi boping ih.it the Fv cu* live will review this matter in the interest of the public I never read the Calver report, Init I laboured under the imprcsaton that the creation of the rank of IngncetOI WS avenue of promotion not retrcnchmeiu o( UN man* tor lhe \>:am what about the rank of Sub Inspector This rank also cxbt in Tut I am hoping to beet coi. Michelin's view | n his next Press Conference ALBERT MAYNARD CoUynv n St. Michael. %  The Visii oi* the "Humming Bird" The I. de Captain Mfe Ci;.i ani. | well know %  I Ian, -vas one uf lbs A) Wg InduUu to own a private plane He purchased a ulpo Moth' an i nametl It the "HUMMlNi. and flew to many of the I %  III the Windward Group, much to the enjoyment of tin tar.lv This love of aviation a > to coat him his life, for he i< killed when his plane crashed into 4 a mountain u) Captain Cipriani desirm* to ity to Barbados obtained pet from the proprittotS ol tta le> QoU and Countty Club" to UM tha fairway as an air-;i.p .rl lure at that tin The nrws sot around lh.it CaptHln Cipriani would I i i %  %  at the end ol iuly, and the dale was af'o the 30th. Saturday lhe 30th July I9.U was as beautiful a day as anyone could wish for. and %  talking nf the Ol the Humming Bird." as this a the second plane to By to this Island, It created quit.a, stir among the nop plane was Capt., when BO visile.! : years before while he was on a fllfht from the U.S.A. to South hut unfortunately for him. he crashed In takiDeleaving Trinidad. H Jains. i>ri.i.-u„t All those who could gel awa> tbelr jobs on a busy Saturdey morning couecled at the Golf t. lub to witness this historic event; and shortly before 9.3Q o'clock the cry of "luk he day" .is heard, and sure enough. t -main Cipriani and hi* pilot hau I Island ,-afeiv Theie "-ic many yuung men who were interested HI aviation prewnt to witness this event, and '' see if this little plane would land safely on *uch a ground fhn-of these was Mr. J. A. (Jack) Skinner, now manager of the M.irbados Ice Co Ltd, who was building his plane— Mis, Barbados"—on the second floor of the same building now occupied in the manufacture of 'Bico' icei reani On the Monday Bank-holidav. the first of August, thousands gathered to view this little wonder who had brought these visitors tn OUT shores, and to marvel at it who had accompanied Cipriani, then took oft and gave the spectators some IK^IM by his stunt flying, He put the little machine through a -t but she reacted well to every demand, and after some •hedge-hopping" landed safely. much to the amazement of tha crowd. The next da>. too pun took the 'little wonder* back Trinidad, leaving Captain Cipnan to enjoy a few more days witl his many friends In this Islsnd Many people will remember Mr Skinner's "MISS BAHBAUOs because she was on view at n Barbados Aquatic Club. In tin ball-room, now occupied by tncinema, from Sundav the 6th I Saturday 12th of November 1MJ In the early hours of tin of Sunday the 13th this little plan. was towed to "Inchmarlow. ar) Lane, as tho pasture a this place was to be used at ar airstrip. On the afternoon Tuesday the 15th. this little plan. was air-borne with Mr. Noe Nicoll* as pilot and flew for abou seven minutes Cm returning t the landing strip It was seen tha 1 black smoke was coming fror the engine and that the pilot wa in trouble with the machine whici was loosing height rapidly Thl resulted in its crashing within quarter of a mile from where l< had taken off so successfully. It was not until six years late that Barbados was put on the ait map of the world, when K.L.M (Royal Dutch Airlines) opened their service between Curacai Trinidad, and Barbados with their first flight taking place to the newly laid out airport at Seawel: on the lth October ItM. for the ~IHOT WEATHER KEEP COOL with STRAWBERRIES & CREAM FRUIT Strawberries In Til r.tie ti-i'ii in Tins Apricot in Tin* Prune* In Tina Guavon In Tins CREAM BISCUITS Carr'N Sweet BinrulU Can** I IiiHidate Biscuit* CROWN DRINKS SEVEN FLAVOURS FROZEN SALMON BADIMK K KH-I-I K*. SUM I BBSADS tVKTLl BOIT Tl Kill -Ii \K GOLD R\II RIM 3 Year* Old Served at ever> Celebr.ii LUII YOt'LL I.1KI It IT UMYOI AUSTRALIAN FRANKFURTERS 49c. per tin APPLES in tins 2 SIZES Milk I .1 CUCKENS Milk Fed IMVKS UI? per lb. G0DDARDS J



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SATURDAY. JULY :•. HSU Margi HAPPY FAMILIES AND THE ALEXANDRA His Excellency the Governor told parentg ind puptb Alexandra Scho ol at their speech day on TIIIUMI..\ "Often my wife and I have driven pa^t the entrance to thai schiol and hoped we should be invited one dav to Me ihlkle I do not judge the efficiency of a school solely on the numb.i of academic successes. [ look first ;it the appearance o( the pupils walk and talk i boot, their neatness utt goad aapn (ton which wo have gained in seeing 1 tome of the girls a* we have parsed, his been confirmed now wc have been invited inside Miss Laurie who has been lleanmlstrcrs for many years has set and maintained a tone in thin school which is well known | throughout the Island There n tribute to a Headmi-OrOBll thou when an observer pa>.> a crmphment to the personality of a girl and receives from an il-er Lv-ivir ihe comment. "Bui b lined at Alexandra." Congratulations On your behalf 1 congratulate Miss Laurie on her report and the %  tan* generally and the school on tag gchteveaMnti of the rear it Is loo late in Ihtl term to hope for .t supplementary holiday, hut I trust lhat the HoodaBIPhraai Will beat In mirul early next term that it w. .Id te appropriate to give the school a holiday In honour of this Speech Day. Some people have commiserated with my wife and me that we rhould have had to visit so many schools in such a short period. Although 1 admit that making a series of speeches of Bug type i* difficult, we have thorough-, ly enjoyed ourselves in meeting so many people and children I hope I shall nol give offence to th • larger •cliools if 1 say that in particular we have enjoyed visiting the smaller schools in the country. There is a family atmosphere Ul a function of this size and as a family i v ihe most important unit of human sorletv. it creates a feeling of goodwill and ttabllitv In a community Tolstoy onee said: All happ> families resemble each other Imi each unhappy family it unhappv In liown way." There is nothing satisfying than .. le.ill. happ> fumih \) %  wife ;md I have been privileged In the last month to share the home life of a famiK bera In Barbados with four children. One fell the affection and understanding between its members, the willingness to do thing* for each other, the children anticipating the reeds of their parent*. the sharing of a story or a Joke, and the ready obedience of the children. It \RBADOS \nVOCATR PAOK FIVE Princess ;aret Broadcasts Tomorrow 1 -Ml WORLD I ii -I 1 i:i M l of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, which is being held this week at Oxford, will close wilh a campi.ii' 11.-morrow. U.K.11. Princess Margaret, who is the Sea Ranger Commodi be pre—nt and will give to each delegate a Message of Goodwill from the Guides of Great Britain This ceremony will be broad' cast by the B.B.C and will Le heard tomorrow fruis 4.15 to 4AS p.m. on 25.53. 19.76 and IB 95 metre* The programme will be repeated on Sunday from 12.30 to 1 00 p.m. on 19 82 and 25 53 metres. The broadcast to-morrow will be heard over Radio Distribution |>AT It: NTS AT St. Peters a7 Almshouse will be able to see B Show given by the Mobile Cinema on Monday night. This part of the Cinema'H programme for next week. On Tuesday the Cinema will give a show on Grazcttes Plantation pasture for thbenefit of residents of the Fairfleld and Grazettes area of St. Michael i Show will be given at Colleto Plantation yard on Wednesda. night for those of the Colleton Plantation area of St. Lucy. The Cinema will pay | vrit t.i Cranes Pasture, Christ Church, on Thursday and give a performance for residents of the MttOM Hill area. The final engagement for the week will be a performance at Wiltshire Playfield. St. Philip for people of the Wiltshire area. The current programme of the Cinema includes the "British News" which gives scenes of the the West Indies Cricket team in England. "How to Live Weil" and "Come Saturday" picturing weekend life in England. M ANY OF THE hawkers that were formerly in the Probyn Street 'Bus Stand have now removed in tne 'Bus Stop in Trafalgar Square. This 'Bus Stop was erected for the use of passengers awaiting 'buses going in the direction of Roebuck Street or Whitepark Road but now that the hawkers block the pavement the passengers find it difficult to alight or get into the "buses The hawkers seen yesterday at this spot were selling mangoes and sweets. A l'.iiu K 1UTCHINSON of Pine Hill, St. Michael, reported the loss of a goat valued $50 during Wednesday night. He told the Police that it was removed from his open yard. The loss of a nheep was reported by Gersman King of Bush Hall. He also told the Police that his sheep was removed from the yard on Wednesday night T HERE WAS ONLY one IranV offence recorded yesterday. A charge was brought against a motorist for parking in a restricted area, A BICYCLE valued $35, which was reported missing by David Jones of Fontabelle on July 22, was found In a field of canes at Cottage, St. George on Wednesday. Jonea told the Police that the cycle was removed from the yard of the Globe Theatre A N ACCIDENT occurred Trafalgar Square on Thursday Iwtween motor car M 254, owned by J. N Goddard and driven by William Meder of Goddard's Restaurant and a bicycle The Harbour PoUceinan AND HIS WORK nan i CADETS PARADE at St. AnnFort on the lir-i da] ol their Camp I have come away from that home free of all the cares of office ,.ini full of happiness and goodwill If ..II homes were like that c ne. then indeed the comn Of Barbados would be a model for the world. And if all communities w as happy, there would indeed world peace. The point of telling you this is to emphasize the Important part | her right leg that homes play in the develop-[treated he Alexandra Head Asks For More Spacious Buildings Welct;miin; the Qover&OT and Mrs. Savage lu the Alexandra School Speech Day on Thursday. Miss I.auric, the Headmistress said: I realise how strenuous and tiling the he-' three greeks have been for you with their spate ol Speed should not have been at all surprised if I had learnt that Your Excellency was laid up with a relaxed throat, and Mrs. Savage with a stiff right arm; how?ver my fears have heen ptnindbea, and I am delighted to tee you here apparently quite strong and well in spile of yOUl past arduous duties and cheerfully ready lo perform :!.< p — Each Speech Da> is %  milagtoM on the road that the school travel*. we pause f, • IMt Siv Pan s.t. Ruun tight pupiu were Mb the School CertMcaU) examination; of these 6 obtained a eartlflcate, 3 hemg placet! in Orade II, one i>r ihem with exemption front too London Matriculation exam Inatton, and ;i In Orade in Two girls reai hod Distinction in Scripture, one .f ihein belli PUM ad lad among all l -andldatcs in this nibjoctj nd two othei mil.-, in a rot the Si i place in Art in the island. It was a ilisappuintiiiuiit that n<> On Pase 7 Appeal Judges Dismiss Case ment of a community and the dePrrataees of their success and that of the community on the girl* and women of Barbados Opens The I>oor .Although the happiness of home life does not depend on education, education does open the door to ider interests. As I said the other day. the more you learn at school the less in after life you will be bored. You may find—as I myself certainly found — that however able and devoted your Uachers may be. and as indeed I know they arc--quite a bit of row rtudhM i.t school may seem in you to be pretty dull. But what I do urge you to realize is that. In the years after you have left school you will appreciate that what seemed dull at the time has in fact served as a foundation for, or a gateway to. endleas interest and delight Take, therefore, all the interest ycu possibly can in your lessons here and now — and 1 am sure that many of yon do take a great deal of interest in many or most of them—but if you cannot find everything equally Interesting, remember always there is no wrap of knowledge that you acquire here that may not be of the hight p..,sMt>le v.ilue ;.> v., u anil to The dacatton ol Mr H, A Talma. Magistrate .if Duttrid A" l*oilce Court—uh,. ordered Kludge Chandler nt Hank Hall to pay a line Of M and % ftail It. be |iaiil HI 14 da) default undergo one month* Impriaoraneni foi %  -ni tmg bodily barm on Kim i K.*-ve also ol Bang Hail on November in. 1949 reversed yesterday by Their Mi M A Vauglian and Mi J w H Judges i>f .be Aagartanl Court ol Appeal Their Honours dl.smise,i (he case wiUiout prejudice y\ Reeves said on November 10. I49 ggg w.is pulling up grass at a spot not far from Chandler*! house. Chandler came out of his house and hit her ion with a hie ing with hi wife She gpoko to ChandTHr and MM him th.it he had no righv to %  ucn .1 thing and he tuned 1 struck her with the ho* across Later Dr Payne the blow. Cadets Go Into Camp Ml I>K %  vJtb thou heads upright and swinging their arms, the Barbados' Cadet* who eatarad t.iitip ve>lenl,y lor the first day oi thru atghl daya 1 rtaj ai m AmVi furl were raen on the Barracks Square receiving inrrora R I M 1 Browno Tha das began with Ihe boys being allocated to their various 'inch there was a .'ion on laying kit Ouing the perimi tm break, the boy* mro lean assembled In groups •. they talked about camp life A shout lioin the KS.M.1 informe them thai it was time for work Dd in moinenl'> tune. Ih. Ifler and iinxiouwerc ready for further instructing the guard was then n. and tin* was done b. squad of cadets Mr. D H I.. Ward who iippear1 on behalf of Chandler after cross-examiniNi' Roevei notntod MX that Dr Payne did not gay whav the bnn-e could have been caused by. The only thing thai 00k place w-as a bit ofl> talking with Reeves' son In which t, handler spoke to him concerning %  Mr Ward further submitted that a blow denlt with th e fofee such as Reeves had told the Courv Mild haw t.i^-n raiih n. ,-,,,., 1 by a doetOI Their Honoon told R* %  r.. .M Mnot sure whcllicT Nhc iad been %  tniek with a h< e or nol nnd thai then wai 11 oartaln amourM of doubt in ^lieir minds Tlic doctor had noV inven the cause of he bruise and that wy the '"s" 1 Ihlng in thl owneu bv one Agard of Jackson others when you grow up both for and ridden by Wllbori Stoute of the ordinary practical reasons of IJppoi Eagle Hall. Stoute fell and was injured. He I vent to the General Hospital where he was treated and discharged. The rear wheel and fork of the cycle as well as the radiator grill, right head lamp and left park lamp of the car were damaged W IIII.fr: I'.C Ml lll'RULK ..on duty •ami BeUovUh it about II.IS P m on Thtrrada) ha •aw a flash of lire from an electric wire at Uie end of a pole He iminedlauriy telephoned the Electric Company who had the wire mended. J. Central Station which was recently extended and renovated, is aoarty completed Painters were oi-cupied painting the roof beams yesterday. C APT. <\ t:. RAISON and hi Puttee Band elll give a Sprcin Proeramme of Music at the Prin Cat Alice Play mg Field tonight nt 7.4ft o'clock day life and becau enable you to appreciate fully the fascination of this complicated but endlessly varied and %  hich live. 12 Cunt's Filed Against Prisoner < .liirl Jllllgt' < .rant Application IN TIIK Court 01 chaacai I His Honour tin( liu Judge, Sir Allan I'ollyinorc, granted an application toi dteree %  npralaanienl am ale of ^,5Hd Miuare feel ol NUMJ and a dwelling house at Bfxters Road, and I.9M square feet of land and a dweUtDgj house at CheapSKie in the suit ol C II Williams et al II'I.K iff and K D. Mottley (Defendant). Mr. w W Aooce, K' by Messrs Hutchinson ant Iiuntlcld represented the | %  Worthing View. Christ I DM suit of M 1. liuskiason. executrix of Ihe will ol N Eversley. deceased, versus .1. 1 Hi.ez a (Defendant > n both etaai the Ragaatrar handed In a report of the LIaffecting the suits. mark of a llarboui PoUc vorj often not as spectacu-1 lar as that of his land patrollu.i eountecpart, but his rob %  u tint %  n out* '" iho Btrne four-hom p> 1 the same short and lOnj : %  A, perMi But if the local harbour pubCi man's work is not spectacular 1 Uniform is picturesque It dab bark to the days of Lord Nelso> and Colonel R. T. Michetm Con of Mica Mid %  %  r raalerday that he has ne pi t" 1 h.uige It. 3 Launches .1 Harbour Police carry no Inapi 1 twa It .onsists i.f y> launches ,! I I UM In addition ther. , 1 ah 1. %  in n %  reeaaaji The i-iiiiihes ntrel > arluda Bi wraughoul tne daj and mght. an iHiat iHilrolling of the eareenin 1 tatned at all tinge 11 Harbour Police attend the arny;.. and departure of all shipk thai visit this port. They patrol Ih waterfront and are maanl) eo eerned nh the preveaoon 'iinignliug and thefts of eargi being landed from lighterColOgtal Muhelin said he hope 1! WOUld *oon be posslbl* !• the Harbour Police launch) 1 quipped with wireless BBtal -<> thl th. v could be contacted ..t .' timei during their patrol %  FOR THE COMFORT OF YOUR %  PF.TS .. USE B I'l III\ \ IMI IMrW IH It and %  %  • %  III* \ l\SH I Kllll II %  H. JASON JONES CO. LTD %  i Distributors [ %  %  % % % % %  .VaV.VaV.V.V.V FIVE SHIPS /A PORT Sim nbxt'rrtnl Mis PACK ^^2 AS sMiHUii AS GLASS It >/MW A ROLLS RAZOR il...a : %  ).! ROLLS The Made Ml hollowul .an IH> 1 mi-) 1 -'tapped at leisure Bach blade sr or loiim 1 at, 1 a'i ( %  replace.1 with a new one u/hj lufrti s,, mucb aacomforl when you can 1 bj using A ROUat ALWAYS OUTAlNAlll.r: AT *•.'.<.:;;;','. KNIGHTS DRUG STORES. .•\pi.ime-1. after which e company was dismissed Having received tbell instrucns. the boys studied off to then quarten and were heard discuss1 what the) should do when on o-l duty Mt Of the day Iielng a bobday, the bcrj smarmed the rocrealion room Whn 'hey spent the playhu] indooi 1 FIVK ghlpa wer,. u port r> net -.,da>. They were the SS Ladv rhe bugle ca I Rounej. CM s. passengei rretahtei Twelve cases were yesterd. lilisd against AJonza Gaskin Passage Road for the embeuclment of a sum of money totalling £21 Ss. which mg Riven to him for David Pile. These cases were adjourned until Septi Magistrate Walwyn. at present serving a term of liis..nment for a similar offence at Glendairy. The money wm given to him during the months of April. May and June. 12 Wilh Admitted To Probate The Weather TO-OAY m Sun Rises: 5.38 a.m. mi "iG : \' m Moon (Fall) 28th YESTERDAY Rainfall c< odrlnglon): NU "l ..Lil for Month to yesterday: Ul las Temperature (Max.t: Bg.5*F Temperature iMin.i: -< I Wind Veloelty: II miU-. per hour Uind Direction: E by N. Barometer: <9 a.m.1 5.S (3 p.m ) 29 ftv Population Up 219 In June (;F.OR<;ETI>WN Uve-buthi ragdatered %  havlnd oeeurrrd n lieorgetown during the mouth of June. 11150. number 2P9. Of these 80 were born ,f parents with residence outside the City, leaving a net total of 21S. The >till-births registered number 50. but only 22 of these are debitable to Georgetown. Total number of deaths registered in the City in June was 175, including 94 of persons, coming from OUtatdO Georgetown, who died in Georgetown institul and nursing homes. Added to 81 actual city residents, an of Georgetowners who died at the Mental Hospital. Fort Canje. Berbice. and this bring' total lo 88. DID NOT LIGHT LAMPS For not having lighted lamps Ul the car T-W on III %  G. H Grimth imposed a 10a fine on Gilbert Nurse of Jen RUD Lane. The Uie |fl 10 ba | THE wills of 12 peoph ITohate h> H' the Chief Judge. Sir All l more, in the Court of Ordinary ber 20. bvtyegtarday. Their names to Gaskin isl norvl Henna Blackmail. CarotinSimmons. Inez Willlamlna Id nerl .lane Eli/nl--th Matilda Itudder. George &iwin Olton, Willian I.ong (St Michael); Noel Garr..way Gowdey. Annie Allamby 'Christ Church): Waltrr Coond enchlow 1st George); lagaei Nathaniel Wright 'St PhlUp] Gladys Albertha Himlr 1... Bqulrei (St John) •i'lit'Windows' Are Untidy MANY mothers who live it. |ha I 1 1 Bun %  l ... Rood lake then children u 1 an hOUl m iho h-v Streel iv-piauaur |i h at lhai tune ol the astfsninft, too thai workmen who Uva neai 1 jei.ix upon tii<' oenlaaada seaii* to anjoi -' OUMH ivnoaa WHh UM wel'-k ( i be reen turf, mall Bower .ii low h iuin un. %  UHH and nuraoi :i carrs I lo rout) there Other "windows" by tinsea along the Una itrOOl ITg I %  ' Ol .: These newly arc In oven more thickly populated araej but mothei of UV told thiAdviN'ste v. '• rday that UM] would prefei hi '.a> a'. hor> •nl to go Ihi iongei dtglaaea to the geptanade rathei lhaa tehe then phlldren lu tidy placei VI ton to rieh fi % %  %  relatives at the heepltal "kill time" around the wmdov ' % %  14 tha Eya Departmcit when they are early or tt many, b/t t very comf ot 1 %  to be around i>i ting into a sick room Tru-i are hush anil hi l| %  %  ihal -wind. 1 rusty pipe rut a Ththai n B s Hrrane, Dutch freight-' UM SS MeranacguU of u Moore Mi Cormack line, |m Harrtaon Uaei specialist gnd lb SS. City of Dieppe ul th, Mai Ina' The Rodney left during iliu Dial for Canada with sugar, molasses and rum while Ihe oilier TOUT •< .. lumplcii' discharging tneir cargoes. Flour, cold storage meat and appla a buttai and vartoua othei items 1 if hmd were among tti • cargo discharged by these ships n 1 Baj a e busy with lagmehet and lighler* going to and from the ships. Suiikt-11 Boul \<1 Vol Recovered The I. %  1 Hinoeo" owned \>\ 41 .>..i 1 | Aubrea Quint) 1 Sopot 1 Lan St. Philip which sank on Tuet-d.. With its new of three about IS milea off the shora --f st Philip nw 1.ut ret been lecovered. The crew were llshing when hi/'h \Miids ami rough seal broke UM Hb of the la.at toppling it ov.i I'l Orinoco" IS HiMUed log $100 00 Hi^'onl Crop f.^UH now I. Depertrnard <>f s., 1 uliun l 1 record year of 158.1HA tons of eluding Fancy Mnla %  2,000 UMU over that of the pre> OUS record of 1U30 The yield lie ti was irifl.iH3 ton*. nd il tin ...at Agn %  ugai 14 days or 111 default m.u.-r. 14 lays' hat 1 labour. FINED FOR WOUNDING Two lines of 10s. in 7 and 20s. in 14 days were imposed on Verona Collins of Heckle; Road, by Magistrate G. B. Grimth. and Alfred Harewood or Hold* Land by Magi.-tr.de C L, Walwyn when they were botn found guilty of wounding Doris Browne and Archibald Rock on July 26 and 20. Magistrate II. A Talma imposed a line of 15s. to be paid m 14 days, on Peter Harding for blackguarding along Roebuck Street, a public highway on July 13 FINED 15-; APPEALS Clarence Cummings of I-emon Arbor, wa; lined Ifh when Hagintrate H A. Talma found him Kinlt> Of stealing a quantity wood valued 2a. from Frederick Bandlford on May 5 Cummlngi who has numerous conviction* appealed against this Sgt. Parrls who proseuted. alsc gave notice of appeal 40fFOR ASSAULT Rupert Allcyne of LOdgM Hill was yesterday ordered to pay a fine of 40s in 14 days, when hr pleaded guilty of assaulting P C Brathwalte while on duty on July ?fl. D ofora Impoalna Magistrate C I. W. ii iVtckham Steed ipreJcfiio Brathwalte that that particular '. Press'* in a BBC offence was becoming a habit, and Orerscfli prooTomrne. the policemen must be protected Convicted; Dischurged %  ar-oad W< %  Of Chapman 81X0*1 %  nd dial h.uged when he %  %  1 i Walwyi i,„ thi bnveay of J quantilj %  valued 8d. from Wcsle Hall Boys' School on July 27 Magistrate C. L. Walwyn warned him that the next time he appeared for such an offence, he would be sent to prison. TRAFFIC ISLANDS TOO EXPENSIVE W hiil Is Journalism? -I. AS AN old Journalist, cannot accept off-hand the view that loitrnaiism is .1 |)i<,ft-sMon I think it i* it once an art. a vocation and a ministry No amount of professional training will lit a man to be a true Journalist unlest he feels that his duty is to inform, to enlighten, and to guide the public through his newspaper, without forgetting That his power to do *n depends on the industrial and id sides of newspaper lentcrpri Teachers, Parents Hol < haiing up the Cnin* ruble m Malaya : Bi '1 I Ai'.iv uaod in IHH I Bra [nutting Array %  >.t nut ai kforu %  nd aftei wai not appl todaj 1 kdded thai aDotaai .,f tin A '1 %  hip Ha raid TI,> H no diniuiity In pte..'!, 1 but . g ,< • %  1, %  "mi.1 • Ueuten • M no) lh# r.ajor-gemr t : ghllag " tti %  In Malaya but lh poraloi leeoad lleutenarrt • men *' —ts.s. SPECIALS YOU'LL APPRECIATE &f <£adtM' dicdA 8m,ill Shnprt in Smart Suit-.1 $4.00 and U 17 C^Uon SCWWBA A Lovely Rung? of Designs "... $2 10 (pLcudk iBaqA In Black. While in Blown Red and W 73 $3.36 SEE THEM ON SHOW AT HARRISONS BACK AGAIN Three Stars SWEDISH Matches. -ti UCtUTOJ GBOROBfl >WN ot weald uae le Ii toks of •jeorgetow replacing nth permanent l d attractive traffic Islands written the Mayor BI Council asking IMB. I otU Replying to UV Council apart from expl. their finances at the pn not permit them to contribute, %  "nt thai porl the tine-, f .... in the City, addition that Trafflr control la, by rely In the bands of rhe Coum.l considers th* the %  penditure for Islands should be borne entirely %  ment. Mis Excellency the G %  .. • His:— \it i. N '' % % %  trj \ l %  %  . %  as Aaautt" I lt0. ng Harboui ind sin, %  a %  ••%  innundei H Gar* CONGOLEUM • ind Shipping M. BM ^''> A %  ia'.(i lei Flour domes Some I6R76 bags %  from Vaaeouver MormarcHlf this cargo and is oxpi complete di'iharglng it I %  evening foi Iforraai leal Squares and by the Yard FIBRE DOOR MATS •ZOO, 12.24 %  nd II 74 12.09, 2^B 12.34, II.B0 •10.47 0 n x IOVI n • 12-2J • ft a 12 ft • 13.23 Roll %  b ft. Wldt. Per yd. 11.86 1 ft wide Per yd. Mc. „ 27 un Inaids. Pr yd. 71c. CAVE SHEPHERD k CO.. LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Slraal



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JULY M, 1S0 HF0RY E o o BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY r Mooon > NtCvV A—O^ BLONDIF. BY CHIC YOUNG D*GV*OCO-tXJNT ( WQCK ON THAT I W*DlO WHILE Tut PLUG IS [ CONNCCTED ^STCP IT, cuor1 e MI mm, %  ..%  % %  i CM) r %  H ,. •. %  ^1 <> -I 1 '* •an THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER H B %  A.V'iOA TFtmimwiriaiirTZ THE RIDDLE OF THE ROME REBELS BRINGING UP FATHER JI-, CgjLP (3GT -•..,.=g. J >&24 GCCOO-W**AT -.-'. f T.,:SsSJfr* RJT "VC F*Jth*GB|jp ^5 v\0cl7v -A*, TV*F RAT* J T-47 -OjftG _.. >Mp nUM OUT" BY GEORGE MC.MANUS Rio KIRBY |w<*MtfXat W NO*>*L* ']^ r on Cfin_ -.5... Tftx AM ASAi DO VOUREA.LY LOvi MM a r-v-sBY ALEX RAYMOND I VSA*: jc CHTiU %  :, j -SPaNS* < %  I M AWT <*3fc r HF PHANTOM UHMMMO* ;— ,c* v y. I EVEN IN THIS BACKROOM W0** HEA8D ABOUT YDue.HI6H ~~ POWERED HOUnM* PUBUCNV STUNTS NOW.MR NAPOUON,(SCOlONEl. VOUADMITTHS > BUT DIDN'T KIDNAPPERS WERE {HAVEANVTUINSl suitesvwi UIBEM IODCWITM.AMI BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES rMDOWDU LIKE THAT'.'IWOOf THE HIGHEST PRICSD STABS IN f KOIIVW00DADE KIDNAPPED" ; AMP NOBODV a ^K — ^"^ BEIIEVE ;' jj]9h iwiLtow/ I Christian Sfienre Specially designed for Barbados, this Black Patent Oxford is now on show in leading stores. See them for yourself. > \ \ I HWkHi Kaf to | UM< i.. MAIV fil IT W %  i %  *. r4. borrow .i. Viailora Are*Welcomc J End Rheumatism While You Sleep heading Room I'mm i') am.—2 p.m TuMuaya, WeUneni-TB Frldaji to a.m.—12 o'clock' Sniur uiyt > % %  a>Mn ia> Klkl* ami i* r-hittiui. s true* iMl-boo. ..-.. vd H'.oh warn mi U M r W w k) >4II BALCI j ixi. borrow a •oath*. uu an4 (n • *M, .. -inn. iik* MH aoi !" - HIU a ,-..'. !< iMi >rM*n MMT. OuMkli • %  • %  '>'" %  <" <^aim • hareatul ar aMfmi Jrui i'aa • arki in %  "Bja lo too raaf liouktai i main lillina lha K'oi* whlcli ai allacaint •oai Kidn harmkii m I Orli naof haklth-AaWrkjlat. Oadlr |lao"oua arida ailh -hUh TOar ayMaan Ma I-<*IM iuralfd I Hlr>nfIiiam and l*lBilf>ai*a iin I H"v> •n(*tl< I roan Ida tk*W*a ol dtaaaaa-ktlaia an in* cVlKal* llliri oitaniian. ana Mlmntalaa Ih* a Mpatl. aM. t Uaaa / A.M aa /or (••," ' auaaVri • %  ttai HuilM i(" I %  Hi InaCiIlkil It Ihtf '''( %  -.uia" aldl r ..-i tfauv a G.a-a-lts. I P-Ycai I ^ m or MOMT •*I cnarplHal'. Cystex;r. /•:. IF YOl WANT TO GET AHEAD GET A Tf A i ~%^ •D Dl K • |MMI.. MMI IIMIOMATISM R QUALITY PAINTS S P^USSON SON ECOITD-BMMDOS MoRf goods in ... AlOflE promts ouc of this modern /Vlorris Commercial iWtfp) p.rt-.hty M,rntrinB fritm taiKti of ..* itrab Wh) not U] tTjiuuir 0> No c>* ttr.in no-I laid io Jtir IIIM lnvr "Ihanh'loyOu siil Opt ret 1 RM i ntcr h tthoin it afim PROTECT YOUR EYES **%* >i^P*< Optrex %  EYE LOTION %  %  rHii rfir i TWnm ofrhrrvf nd hMa lininfl thoaU he hrilrh. i-r^ lOlour ti ihr> are rrd <>i irrw (aaakl 01 ihe h>Ra MOOJIIMH VOUI *v*l nwd tTaa W W U f Wl rtM priVJuC-KTl in thlk MiWTM-t*OQilTICTClaI 10 CWI. akatMaal A ilu* .Hiicoanc of careful tevarch irtoUip reJ -JpaKllV MO CUbiC fe. i .jl>fit:.-uunh hiding d.r. h >ic>.'ning rnr U4ur< and low )• lam nmc on .ollcction i I.MA.TV l-i>rirddrT.inr. %  nunrmivt lime on cvrrt I rft or rent h. %  %  wif pttclti . rilkanS MORRIS-CHNMERCIAi FORT ROYAL i. AIIAI.i: LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributor! Phone 4504



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SATURDAY. JULY 29, 19S0 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. Alexandra Head Asks Larger Building IN MEMORIAM July. ISM Dave at -orrtn. I s-rret Han .i. For um*< hat b-.>iyttii i ftM minion,, a| %  IN lOVI.ig lax ml *,lt*->. HrNHlFTTA knoon aa Sifc. who paaead July ISM My Sorrow and hurt arh* No i iOII BENT .TO DIM Ki Ha*, mat I T SO—3n No on* •> Mi My Dear oii*> 1 Tea .,.. i %  ' : F p ii „..i ,n MM ... TWO HOUSES I,t i.i.hrd -in. -.„ I-M %  : ". nd the Ir, th ill n Mhn UM D htMfeH n %  tllW C U 1.I II-.-I i,a> i tI 1 | I:OOMS I( the Royal DtawuiB *Sa I which I reeeiv-d the report. '•An l encouraging result. Commcn.iahlv direct work throuf hout." 44 i papers were entered; theic were no failures, and 33 obtained Hon.ddilioii 6 pupils > he R.6.S. Exhibition, j I'l HI II %  ttl situ j.ii in A grateful BMW. Hut O Ktomm %  T.t ult*. all thy Praia.I Howard Olher. IB 7 SO In ll -v of our dr-titr MKlh.. RIUNA JORDAN died M Juis Ml V.1..I .... J*h* heard %  vor*. w* did no* hrar That Mid th* muA rrt atar. Mi* taw a hand • did ml ***. Thot bxikotMd bar away Mi* H ra>I dead But draping In Jeau>, She a* nun in weahneea Shall raiae in power She waa aown a ivalural bothy Shall raise a apl ritual body. (ienlg* mid U>r lleadlrv. H-rll.. Ileen. Miiarent eat in peae* Ante-Kan J*p*r plea a e Copy. I-OH Mil AUTOMOTIV E KMOOfll Ona i I i Engine a> good a i I F Motor Boat ftJMJ | AUTO rYCI* New Hi.dann Auto Farmall II a D H i Aahford Plai Tractor and Grata Cutler I, Apply to M. D. Elliot tat ion, At John Bt SO—7n D S A Motor fmwmu PM n T.ao—41 TKUCK. A-l l'..„.l •-. T %  I £20 i M-i-ll Ul *T It Hi: Maynard road leading from Wvndo ii Jeruulem Agricultural Station loacd to traffic. Bv ordiT ol th* Commlaaiowar* | U OIAIJJENOII. Iimuntor of Hlghwava. SI F*1 It 7 n gj lruml'.xr.i kM thej ht>\>o t-tt thu S .;JII from thi< xehool %  % %  ill soon be repsirea rsds 1 cerUhcBle (Hortoun). We ulso rtfM the reslgnatioi but a 344 boys and girli in BarI of Mi Tnmmil baring took thia examination. UMI many years was our capable Se, • 4 of our candidate* obtained a rrtary and Treasurer, and when place among tinfirst M, and the obliged through ill-health to gjlva A rt ltao other two among the ilrst 100. I up these dutiec. remained fur Bungalow, w-irhe. <*' "> %  > lh *•** WM uunit wmf time as a member of t'^ ill modem conj achievement--ft "suece* dWUM (; uV eining Body We wish him n.any happy years of retuement1 welcome the new BMfjB%bai*l. knows bfcmksc of :h-House of Assembly and Dr Kii • ton. May I take this opportunity too. to express ni> grateful thanks to the Governing Body for their hind eonaider.ilion and support of proposals I have put before Ih.iti 1 should like also to thank .-.--..those who have kindly given us All m tommi-ndcd. lo l*ln. "" %  nd ' *• h ~'. ,?"" *" pi I in ll..1,1 flau and lour Jrlirmcm from the Oovrrnlnt in the 2nd Clan. Body, haa eontinued lo ive u ........ l^asue Of Empire MM 1 h w* %  >'""" •• -. %  longs really to this year's work and not last year's, I will still that the school won the Junior Fourth Prize for a Handproject, consisting of a model and a scrap-book IIlustra* !iii,' Us* landing of the first settlers In Barbados This work, along with some of thfj iKTilk'vmk IXBOUtad dujing UMI >...! tl oo show In one of the .l.ivs-iuiiiis. and i hope that you will have an opportunity of in.spicliii*; K, afU'i the entertainI My thanks too. to the Untisb ?nt I Council for their many kindIhuring the >rar I have been ; nesses. They arranged for Mr. delighted to hrar of %  .u rr e m* John Harrison to give Artof my former pupils (;iadwyn I classes and lectures, which seven Trim in* h.m. who was 1st In pupils and three of the Staff of MONTHLY horn a in .mod — .tamp.. No e-pcrlencea Suitable lor eiUtor •* ... %  you with Stud*nW in Co|Mil*a and Domlnlona for pen cotre-pondmt. gncloa* H at-mp AH M.-. 11 onlr Uka fewi dayi F Parllnai Pro-pacl Home. 3 Wlgan Road NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE j in UN ADRIAN A SCALY i thieeflfthi road mtloned abultli ne ill 1M4 Chevrolet Tnich in A|i|ilt %  Hi IClt>. Telephone XStS U 1 2u VAl'XIIAIJ.. S h S0a W Ring KvelM. Ml ELECTRICAL COOLXHATOR — One Conlerator PUmtifl Delei-d^n Ordar in I f,„nt in the above action mad* on -3rd day of June IU0. 1 give irtUc* all p*r-on. IkWlBfl any eststr. right ^r any Uen or liuruirOwcr afTacling all thai certain pl*ca o. parcat of land altual* at Jaxkmam m uu pari.h o( Saun MHhael and lalsad alore•+\a twnlaining by admeaaiira-nent or" -ood fourteen and three Rnh. i*rch or ihereabouu of whwh srra of a parcn forma part of common hercinartemrntlor Aivd bounding on land* now or late i A CoggUti on land! of Lower E*U' Plantation on land* now or lab) i Clirlord Jordan and on a road in con mutt or however else th* aam* may bull and bound being the property the defendani to bring befor* ma an recount of their -aid clalma wtlh lh'wltneaaea. documentt and vouchee*, h* esammed by me on any Tue-day. Friday between the hour. and a o'clock In ~Offlt* of th* Cli— — — Court of Appeal at tha Court ROu-e. B"dg*lown. before the lltli day of September ISM. in order thai auch claim, may ha ranked according to the natur* aixl udorllv thereof respectively. otherwla* auch person* will b* precluded from the benefit of the -aid !>*** and be deprive* of all claim oo or again*' the aald property Claimant* are alao noUflvd thai th*> itttnd the (Bid Court on Wedne*ntr>*r lJ0. ild cUlm .._ anked ivn under StJ hand thl* JSrd day June IftSO I. V. GILKFS. Al Clerk of the Anl.taut Court App*. • .50llramkiT has most generously u-i. and one for Scripture to the girl who was 2nd in the kttfsad with Distinction standard; Miss BRWM hM given a priie to the other girl who attained Distinction standard in Scripture, and :i. 1( -ei/.a. one of our "Old Girls. 1 has given „ (ion.! I'oiulucl prize, as a token of her gratitude for what she owes to her old school. Art CIBSSO kg**. dpi %  parents. leachiis. cbiiV It any one strand is whole suffer* Will you gi\e me >DUI wlmli -hearted cooperation I %  critu .sin. ... %  listen to Bt|g N fajgiesU ..i I plaints' from parents Christum IdtwU The mind and charade. Of a obild are like a garden in snick we wish beautiful a i plants to grow; but w* gDOB how iliflienlt the task is; the weeds spring up SJ fast; there are so DuttU aajgl psstl that infest the BUBfj and hinder then health and btCMtJ w. .h our childn i up with Chrtstbu the true Christian frscos, to filled with the love of 0 which issues the love of our M Ii." --iiiae I (Ml UB re is lOO mm h -elllslme>s %  ntOfttSJSl ns. tin world is full of %  sion to-day: dispute-, botwsen classes, betwotn races, bsgwoer nations, which all ." % %  ti M.'lllshness Let us tr> to wee i .'Ul this fault .I'M i. %  ]...,. H ,.|i 1 thercfiin FOB p.ueiil' In nun vrlth DM IB cultivating UMM BBTOV I • Im I we rtavo to tend s.i that the. fna) be tilled with Christian ftowiT I of ISNUt] i thnt thev i UL ,ii,i %  : .i. . %  %  the community in which we havt to live AgnHni.-iit ReMbed SHIPPING NOTICES i)n Guided MUsilt Repoti PfASSAI i. .. .i ThoGu %  UVttl i Blfhi %  t'l ll, [niniple 1 i UfiSBd tht dadjjlh o| i;,e BID in. %  lli.II. IBM in CimnutU-e on TuesdBI night The B i : tion an.I i Itournc i until today when it | iii.it tinCornmitti i tinsarsMtctod ntn < r MAIL NOTICE ,al-l> Pth "-aptembei S-Sael l "' UasaSH fli.t half %  M ksa "i at tiHttaaS tHi..I. realata hav* ample apace l" i l iaiit fumn. and seearral rara-> .-plr-t on thmagh mil" I Ui iranahipmeni al Tnnid.il BrlUati ihiiana. Windwa-d F*a larlkei sariualao *aei-: — itfHNBSS WTTMT B CO LTI Agent*. Trinidad DA COSTA CO LTD Agent a. it "Rsdar" wdl %  Si Vincent. Grenada. Aruba. Curaca.. Sailing Wednesday. Jnd August ltt%0 %  W I -.I,.,.,.,., Iv, ,.. AaaorlaUan Ine Coaalgnee: Dial: 4047 Parr* %  T.i • Si July. IBM* Mall* tii.. %  F ON %  .i. i ii. g om lli HARRISON LINE .1 lUM.n .'RDM TID DHRVD KIM.IMIM Vessel KIVKllCi'-EST' %  NATURAI ";ST" .\1NCiO>.T' IliaKlKHCHST" Frt>m I-mdon lavertool London i. ,....".. .\ l.lV.vl.i l Mh July 28th July Mh Aug Due HOT! ; %  !• .. 30th July 11th Aug 26th Aug M 17th Aug 311st Aug. day. the ttli day of SaWatl 10 octock a m when their OFFICIAL SALE BAHDADOI „..-IN THF AASISTAN1 COt'hT OF APFSAI, lEuullt-bK' Jurl*dHnloni LINDSAY r.RCIl. RYgBUKN OllJ the i-l*nd in the St. of 1946. %  i.ibeen training as a tearhrr In I n-Umi at AmMeslde ColInc. She has lust obtained her diploma with outstanding surerssi. ami ha* hern appointed to a post In one of the London i %  iinii' Council schools. Marlla Archer, who has been aludylnr miuifc at Mc. Gill t niverslty. oblainrd her diploma last AugUBt. She la now leaching music la Montreal but will return later to the Cnivrr-.it> to studv for the degree of Doctor Music. She did so well In the Diploma Fxam thai the Dean of the I'nlvenrM) is hoping that •die will be awarded a scholarship, i in.! Skinner, who was one of the first nurse* al the General HoaplUal to be awarded a British Council fu-holarshlp U train in England, became a State Registered nurse In 1948. -in • %  then she has taken a post-graduate rourse In Midwifery, and Is at present doing District Midwifery In Surrey. Gloria Ramsay and Viola Babb. who are training at our General Hospital, were among the priiewlnnera this year, the former carrying oil the Hyglen*" prise, and the latter the prise aa the best Junior nurse. This year, like most ye..is. RBI been one of mingled sunshine and sorrow. I record wilh griof the passing of Mr Hutson. one of the members of our Governing Body, whose integrity of character, sound practical ability, won him the respect of all. His loss has been particularly mourned by the Stuff, to whose difficulties he always lent a sympathetic ear. for he was the elected Representative on the Governing Body of the Assistant 1 teachers of this and our brother schools, the Coleridge and Parry No RopresentalWe At present the Assistant tearhhave no representative, a.* they have not v. 1 l>een granted the opportunity to elect his succesthis school attended with K'e.itiM uitereM and apprevia! lion; they gave a fllm-show of i Macbeth to the School Certiflj CBni Fmni wno were kernlv Interested. a s they were siudynn; that play; and they arranged that Mr. Fuller should visit Speights11 i; and give us the Joy of a I most delightful recital I I wish also to record my gratitude to the Staff for their unfailing devotion to duly and their loyal help In all emergencies, and of particularly to Miss Agard for her itaunch support as Aeting Serimr Assistant during the absence on leave of the Senior Assistant. So much for the past, now hat of the future" The buildings do nol make the school, they are but the -*hcli within %  Inch the living organist breathes and moves; hut if the shell were too small, that nrganiii would Initanipetl and dwarfi and maimed We have outgrown our shell This Hall, as you can see. is much too small. it cannot accommodate all the parents, and LbOM gnls that you see are less than a third of the school. We need a new and bigger Hall Classrooms Need**! We need new class-rooms; at. present four Forms are sharing two rooms. We want a studio for ur Art-classes, and a properly 'quipped room for Domestic Science, for I feel that every woman should lie trained in housecraft. Several parent* have approached me too about Comnereial classes, but we cannot irganise them without a qualified teacher, equipment, and a room to hold them. One step forward I am hoping to take I plan to start a second language, and hope t.. introduce Latin next year. I have been very thankful to have the wall which has been built along a p.nrt of the boundary the covered-way. irreverently christened by the pupils "Pig-pen alley", will now have to change Its name! 1 hope It may be possible next year to put a similar wall on Hie ottMB. IcV But. ns I nave said, the buildings matter far less man the life that goes on within, and would remind parents that the hole of the education we gl •VR6$ COTTON l-RINTs New H. -I. II3(i ins .il || Flowered A Plain SI'IAS. I.INKNS A SILKS In Outstanding I'allrrn* FLASTIC HANDBAGS all Shades at Reduced Frlte. SPECIAL! GENTS SI ITINGS In Striped and I'lain at S3 SO ti 8401 A VISIT WILL t ONVIM r. voc THE BARGAIN HOUSE AUCTION SALE Kuiiiitinv ft tftaeti ..I "BELVEDERE" Welch**, Chrial Churefa between M*aw*lli *nd Oistins WBDNESDAX, Aiiunsl 2nd. ul II a.m. urn! if IKH concluded TIIIKSDAV al 11 a.m. -VIKWINf." | lit .1 ii;i\ |i lot to Sal* from '.' B p m J..-.S-1. Hi—ton (AnUhn—f) I'liinliilium BuUdlBg. I'll,.ll,. lillli HI.MI u \KII ion nil tMini KIMJ.HI Vn*n for riiAr-rsuAN" London LORD fllllli II i %  i %  Closet In Barbados 31st July 31st July DA COSTA A CO.. LTD.—Agents W McOCU SisamAhipCo. Site. %  •'. OKtLBAIaS ->. n UCOA SANOgM H.'.IA HOAMFN il %  . IKNMIi i <; TIIUUN" BYFJonr N.O. WSea Itth JulV rtn JulSSth Julr till. Atig tlh Auau.t J Augual NSW ross. fjrjgssj RR Biea tl*t July 11*1 July lllr. Augvt.l Hit AugUM sill Ml not Nil Nass* al saie S Al.llA |1>lNTlt SS "ALCOA POLAHtS' ITrlMatWftal SgBVICg Maatraal it.in.. July ii.t July Mlh Aug. au. Aug Ilk Arrive* .w.fc.a.. A i Mh sHRW—BUSIR SB "AU-OA Ml The** Ve**el* 1BIM" %  atim V.ilil HeS ST Arrl Ha. a paeaaaa* %  SW !i,l. Fur Mont c.i ..id QuaBac. A COOTA TIIUM 11 B CO. LTD Canadla 1> —New Yorlt and On C3S ONE SOLID WEEK OF UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS <" Wilson's ilAIKIAINS I.IKK THESE COME TO YOU BUT ONCE IN A LIFETIME THEY COME TO YOU THIS TIME, NOT TO STAY BUT TO LAST EOK ONE WEEK ONLY. WITH CUT PRICES LIKE THESE LASTING FOR MOKE THAN ONE WEEK, SURELY WELL BE SOLI) OUT YOU MAY BUY US OUT III T WE lilVE YOU ONE WEEK IN WHICH TO DO SO. READ THIS, VISIT US AND COMPARE l-Rll'ES AND J)UAIJTY. FUtil in Pink. Si White Li-mnn Ilk. per yd. INDIAN HEAD. I 1 i.... I-.--..-1. While ABlue 34 in wiile 8He. per >d. HEAVY QUALITY CASEMENT Ui Lemon Belie, Green. Blue A Whltl It wiile. Price 72c. per wl. WHITE CELLULAR Mc. per yd. LINEN dead* for School & ServantI Uniform :<>'• in wide Mc per >d. Sevi r %  Shade WHITE CAMKKH Bin wide only Heper yd CALICO CAMBRIC Exlra hcaw quality 3d In aide ,/ •Ik.. 6llc., & IIKe. per yd. POPLIN in Blue Peach, Pink, Beivje & While (a Sic. per yd. SHIRTING m .Stripes £ Fancy Patterns itli in. wide 6lr. per yd. SPUN SILK. Excellent Quality 30 Shades .'16 in wide price for one week only K4c. per yd. ( VNADIAN & AMERICAN PRINTS ,, 51c. In Hlr per yd. PLAID :ill ii wide IKc. per yd. MEN'S PURE IRISH LINEN SUITING 2H in. wide USD per yd. NICKEI ARM BANDS 32c. I,, i pair GUINEA BIRDS PIMPS $1.48 per pair KII IKI Dllll.l. Me, H*c., I1.M per yd. GREY F \NNEL 54 In. wide 2.lli |M-r yd. PLASTIC RAINCOATS Qeod Quality M.70 each sllllllKO) Rogai* Sports Shirt* $1.00 each STRIPE SPORT SHIRTS M lileaili sl-llRTs & DRESS SHIRTS from S3.IHI tu ST.IMI each MEN'S PLASTIC BELTS 36e. each LADIES' SILK STOCKINGS I PAIRS FOR ,,..., $1.20 CEI.ENESE PANTIES 72c. per pair LADIES' HANDBAGS 13.00 up PLASTIC TABLING 45 in. wide (1.30 per yd. GLASS TOWELS 1 x 34 ii 46r. each BATH TOWELS 18 x 36 II 60c. each NYLON STOCKINGS Popular Shade. ',i (I.M per pair LADIBS SHOES A New Shipment cif these from Holland. All Styles and Colours II MM per pair Other Shoes less 10% Discount ALL TROPICALS AND WORSTED l.,ss in'; IHsiiiinii SHOP ECONOMICALLY FOR Till. RACES AT N. E. WILSON & Co., Ltd. THE HOUSE WELL KNOWN FOR NEW GOODS. II Swan SI. INI: GOODS AND LOW PRICES. Dial 367S.



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Jul; 30 ^uttuau a&uwate si \ 4 m' RED GUNS FORCE G. I.'S BACK /V. Koreans Advance Against Kumchon Russia Returns To Security Council As ''Champion Of Peace" (By Mlt'HAtl. FBI ) LAKt eU~v,x.sS. July 30. 'J'HK Soviet Government whan it returns to the United Nations Security Council next Tuesday is expected to launch a powerful three point pea.o campaign to end the war in Korea on certain I This wris the opinion of some of the most cxperi enced diplomats here today, including exoei Eastern European countries in close touch with Russian tactics in the United Nations for man) years. They pointed out that the Soviet Union nia sent spearheading a world wide campaign around its so called "peace appeal". The Soviet attitude towards Korea, they .1. hou judged in the liiiht of the Kremlin's overall toton l] >• external policy—! pose as the champion of peace %  "warmonm is" "I Britain and America • KIT 'in..of pnsi Soviet lacll, n %  Plane Crashes In Brazil Manager Killed RIO DE JANEIRO, July M, The only foreign pMMlflai to ba killed m I'aiia i Do nrazil crash yesteiuay was Haiph Molly. American Assistant lari.igt n M lbs Rio Atlantic EUAnmi Coinpuny, twice President of the Amagteaa Chamber of CODUnarc*, and for one year. President of the ...ni.iKi.ii Society, Kio Dt Janeiro. Yesterday's Constedauon crash is described as the greatest In Brazilian aviation history and according to a local branch of the Paiiulr DO BraUl. the reasons leading to il won ittll unknown. The plane was piloted by the welikiiuwn llraiilian ace, Kduardo Martins Oliver who would ha completed lU.lHK) ll)ing hours this trip. The plane was due al Porto Alegre about 9.40 p.m. but It is understood that the last signal was received from the plane at 10 p.m. slating that ttMtt no contact with the control tower and that the radio compact wan unserviceable. Eye witnesses stat? that the plane circled Porto Alegre Aerodrome twice at an extremely low ceiling and attempted to land tin i third time around when il crashoo into the hill "Morro Do Chapcu about 15 miles from Porto Alegre | HI vary rough country All reports confirm a very lO* | ceiling with occasional torrentia.| rains, but eyewitness accounts an., extremely conflicting as to wether the plane started burning in midair oi burst into flames after hitt.ng the hill. Local farmers who climbed the hill reported that the plane exploded when the crash took place and when they ainv Id near r.c scene of the disaster found nothing but a mass of burning wreckage with a number o carbonized bodies showing, with no sound or sign of life Th* body of one woman had l>oe>i thrown some distance Irni t.ie plane but identification was impossible It was further stated that p.ir: of the plane burned on the hlllsid while another part had fallen oati the side of a precipice. It was rumoured that an "Aerovias" aircraft was the first to report the disastct stat ng had seen the other aircraft lyir on the hillside in a rough wooded district in a complete blaze I with surrounding trees on Are —(Reuter. i lieved that Jao Soviet Delenrfte would present the following Thr* "Inn to the Stew < 11 immadJ (2) The appointment of B Ui Nations "anm I %  a .-. %  • s.on'-.ncluding Soviet mam$IJHHhH. A Ml* Aid ber—to supervise the with* drawal ol ill mllll HOBMLIi *' :.., k %  *. UJ illon Third and their domlll (5) Free clecMons throughout h whole of Kurt incU Nations' SUpeTVlslOO This propo s al v. Communist%  tor w Europe C lash In Belgium %  \ il [N< I %  HouM on I %  I %  d III Tl II: %  I % %  (.am* COtUOlituttatJ Firstly it iknown that they have consolidated U en mllll gains whlofa now eaten per cent of the wholi Of tho lo AgUl I country by 'ei/n he pro] 111 %  0l Until .r.i' and disiiibuimg it U> advl l?nd hungry peasant*, reported to have menUa db i -ucu ,* lltlcal agent m of si.ooo.oooooo ** tho llkeli bi tha wake of their armies have ; re ,uest It. %  • %  I had lavoMl week* to todottitoaw wld be on top of the si.. South Koreans with a haired of^^which Cougre^ hat jdready %  "White niva.le _^thorised A White House Con1M mvaUers „, ^ Md ,. p,. ,_ m lude both Democratic mid llepiiblitan l< '"4ii, Secu ir% oi State lai I .. %  .. .1 .l.V (I'. —(Reuter.l .'.reng'then their appeal foe unity among Koreans on the hash Of a broad "popular* pnnr'mmr Many experts here believed, knowing the conditions In Kore^ befere the war that such a programme would have a very _. ..... .. *-, %  cooj rhanee of suceew In free "ft ||| >rf UTII\ f .IHMH'II rlrrtiunt held MII after Ihe r'-il of hoolilitles. The Hecter.,1 i .ii.n wiuM be made sufficiently fcwoad t" fnrlude Liberals and element> ,m. !.. %  the South Knrea-i* hostile to President S^nsman Kliee in the f,. r n ..i it..-, of a "Popular Inlly' Government. The ultimate fate -f Non-< ommu n-l elemenU In turh a Government uould experts recalled, follow Ihe well-known pattern of Poland and Cseehoalovakl*. If presented in such thought that the S BBUSSK1 l.Jul; IS HUNGRY rl ItmonatntJ told ebmhed with (ii B rallied by buglM ihn w d ealedly W .., %  i them. %  wave "l Al I •. ami lll%  vknl Tibet Prepares For Invasion Have Red China? MOSCOW .1 Soviet delegate Jacob M Tuesday is lik.-ly m! pm the Security Council admit Com* I hip an I lur -lepiescnlatiVe* of the Korean people." obairvoi •aid todny bought tl"' afanda M*h Ml Malik would prop"* nuetiiiK would embody the gener. 'al lines of policy uxpit> form, It jj^.n,, in his reply to the Indian ict move prfma Minister, Pnndll Nould cause a good deul of con$,, „it \y .fusion among Security rounni i>t Tiembers. to 'he lit i Ainba A "peace plan" which had the David K.Hv Rcuter. semblance of cant iron Unlteo Nations guarantees could appeal to India and Egypt—who have been nkirting the Idea of paciflcationnnd would require some very snhdipUrniatlc manouvre>u b> United States, Britain an<" rjTTA, July 2fl A brisk recruitment to tie ng on In i (ha "huge patch In i. I i minatlo i %  %  I the Tl• Pi Tibetan |OUth Tlbal %  hi 'Ml. %  locj tba Baj larn fro) %  %  In laouita | — Keut^r Koreans Trek Soillll I'l'lMII Battleline Kepi MovingB} IVar n DtOuU PSABC11 With An K rea Jul) M. K the trudg4 raful treking south. M to %  II* %  Yard bivestigatefl Coiiuiious Damage Guard SIMMIS I .S. Vice Consid 1 *1 Hate De \T, VI 1 .. "I Ill HUna %  Counter Mensure* Representatives of these thrc power "*' re meeting durlni: 111 wee! -nd to discuss all pos*' 1 1 SOVtol moves nn Tuesday and t< orapar* counter measures lr British and American circle-; 1 a) On pace tit RED TROOPS TRAINING FOR NEW ATTACK On Indo-China U)NDON, Jul) %  %  .systems had been Mouse of Corn .i,-,k Ir reports of l had been receivcl at the t station. A tpokaaman ror Tl Bi ibie that MacKiernan ......,.! %  %  :. U|j government Pr. W l .yldane : i %  %  hington. K.'Utet. lot China e r labotage had yet been] fcund.—Heuter • %  UNLAWFUL" SESSION OF SECURITY COUNCIL killed on ulate ML pld law %  %  %  D %  Trioos will br put ii to lh< aa ; works considered as %  . ie the baaiC IM coal pits 1 m 1 a from tl %  • 1. %  : outbra %  OJ 1 % % %  I the h ill] % % %  %  1 return of (he exiled king limaxed 1 1 goneral through* • if AT.1I%  %  v. Ith para. 1 IT 1 I )-ir1 ol Bleak OwUoolj eked ind Belgian holiday t ski n faced • %  hlaafe wea k %  and rkara struck I train ihreatoa %  'i am on M I i'i Bnasaala, 00 ol tl 1 %  ti 1 unnlngj. Denw 1 l in one % %  '.11 -if his %  1 1, '.vi r.cii %  %  tjj u. Will. • that 1 %  % %  % %  ral of Wallonla would \* ad 1 few days I tualton. The Si %  1 Oencral % % %  .. ,.1 %  1 I I . j Ie.il Ura na and etU .K< • an %  %  %  to ovei nowing the Iradllt muslin %  -.i .it the 1 >*ny thlri "ii trouaai loa 1 bullocks 01 i" 1 "%  1 er coods %  . %  : tdlH rki ugh* sii •Doru I on that) ba< k b] %  .11 naaa rot* w man lad la %  \ IK-". high aro 1-riH cafn than Uon -I roam tintrlUaga In •' %  %  arai fanwell rrom their departing bwuata, %  %  %  I.IOSII. it Line I 1 111 l>M)\) With Ihe I rout Line lories m 1. %  •... {^ORTH KOREAN FORCKS were this noi ting menacing on all sides the strategr tant town of Kumchon, 31 mil Meanwhile battle weary An: < iust completed another stv.imain battle front, were out in the and north west of Hwangg.ui, %  town I the north east of Yongdong. A Headquarters spokesman Btvld 'ha* sevr*n Korean tanks had been sighted at Kochang 30 south of the American front lines, supported by about 200 infantry men. In the umr area. North K-rearU had IUCM foUj blocked the main nuul. Elgewh re In the South. I %  iciillai had aankad Ameriran lines ai i up had tppean I I ore ihe North Son* audara ha land wenleaa than B mHaa hotn Kumrhi IJIIC jrceu United Nations Are Challenged —ATTLEE agdA-r and ahike Hanj ma in rnn ' down In mw in '>" TtavaUIng ilonsj tiiis heU ol uat and he.it In umm<" thg ., %  occ all n 'i li i Which lo shelter, 001* im -ii which i" thlrs' %  t| ^ "i*t though ha agread with %  %  I i ha South Ko i al %  i .iKrml. Kirnsl it Addre-.sn. ^.no0 taoa!o here Altltw said "today Wo art raced With •> direct ihallenge IP the aiilhi.ntv <>( th, I %  )tM I %  %  An .ic 1 f %  i mttcd Now yesi II kinds oi B|Beflal • p4aadjrhj fWI ean say that the BaWWl K>rl .. M nnu'iit waa i %  l one l agree. But deeai ae l... it,.in thai ihaj had to i. hen .i".-i now that at %  hnuM noi suctaad if i' wagg > Ited he t.elteve.t there WU good t thai : %  more uaatil I %  kassa i I i. .i %  It was ,\ %  %  < led that North KOP artUleo assault on t %  %  Forem Wltiubmv I', i %  i oarl waves ol Am \<> Morel nilLcii^lli I ilms In 9w3aeii BTOCKHOLM. July 29 Studk ruH length All %  the tdltl I'..: iP sru 'I liiv Will i"l i'i'iili..ti • '. | im nhorts, Advertising l Pllnu A survey ah-owed thai < %  m tvt bai n ksssna 11 avoi Pof TO.fKIO At 100.00't %  — iKeule.l %  mil planes i i Lack %  %  i ... Life Communi I While eshauitert kflBJ ". SM Btt|b| III-himpei' in ,-.|K Ua| Inert In fnvhole*. -ml <.trelrhe.l mil on the roadway small irouim ..f sglton and -nh iiiilrets IIIHIIM-II here >nd IkOTS deep m nearlvi IHJ werr assfSjIgBjg up eaeuallle* One reilinent had suffere f jlrly heavy losses The Redmenlil Cnrnmiiiil" laid sag thai ibdi iwal i upon assMsriaaaa bi eirrhnit movement ) B not he countered Wttb "null luneo in luaful 1,086 Gtmualtie* late:,! lilts av..ll.iln> Itowi I.OHfl. Tl %  I i klllad In i Uon 'iKhtlng as %  r and mlsftti.A Dumhai of sold* ..•. %  %  i %  i:! --Keutei nvi ral lotu Kenlei "1 I iv,r i.nh Tae'gu < lom m u n IHIU A re Excom / tea led (By GRAHAM JENKINS) SAIGON, Indo-China. July 29 Usually reliably informed French sources here said today that Chinese Communist General Chen Keng in_thp;_neig> Official Botin Tass In a dim I V • %  IChalrm n, Sunfe of Norway to convene a sew ion for Monday I "gaet tin ,n Ameribourlny Chinese province 7f Yunnan W training and i " '', h ^,,:;; cqu.ppinc about 10.000 troops of the Russian-reco ; .,. . Viethilnh' Insurrectionary Government lor new attacks '.n Indo-China Yugoslavia Mobilizes LONDON. July 29 Radio Sofia and other Balkan radio station* accused Yugoslavia of preparing aggression against Cominform coin.:: of the American imperialists. who want to start a new war after 'heir first in Korea". Yugoslavia uuthoritic*. Radii Sofia said, had "carried out a new mobilisation" during tha since the outbreak i>f Kor-a This had been done "With t he %  Id of the American 0 rn c,,i mountain advisers, lust as It h..opened Ul -1.000.000 Korea" Iroops The broadcast added that II recent weeks Yufnclavia hsd "gTeatly intensified her policy of provocation*" agains! (he peoplet democracies, especially AIiiurt-e? del l.iieit that thin II formation coniatoed n top ,,ii i Kreiuii atultaf) Intelh% %  oea i.-ports—had eh-' whole future f Indo Chinas guerilla wai tionary forces and French Union • oldins the country They added th.it altaCSD %  in to the North Korean South Korea could %  within (iv> months The Preneh sources added that lie guerilla phase of < the |ndO China war might the:', •eeded by %  new phase In which ..._r.shlp on August 1st Taaa lei ol the Council troi Ei France. India. Cubs an i roved General MacArf Reuter •\.r>" Overdoe THE 3fi0-ton Dutch motor vessel "Nero" has bee*-. overdue on iu voyage frorr Jacmel. Haiti, for Curacao. July 24 and had net %  I I %  iraeao I avt baen %  out VATI' UJ" 2* I %  %  %  %  %  %  .... %  ramenl phere of near revolutloi inism stall i ng The "San" has made occasion. India Send* Ambut'mce LAKE SUCCess July 2a Indi.i today offered telh Mi Trrgva Lii-. the Lrbado %  %  ,,-•• %  glcr i • % %  slve camp-ugn by Cat • .;> %  against C • foul centres wl gad COrO" blued sport BCUvltkH \\h c urtItleal %  %  i; ') % %  : %  %  %  I I ion of the i % %  .... • • i %  Communists Ordered To Aggravate Britain, U.S. Rift LONDON and I %  %  %  •tatAmi im Europe to "aggra' it* the c nn ft" b %  'he giv %  %  ., gg. 3 Intensification ol I II posalbta saaan %  • ' %  II AmerBomi %  1311 Vietminh forces might attack : weeks! hn^,fte ..r divisii.i! ren I i in Use than ,.-("..-., Paris :\ itom bmb or tha* aba Is %  • equipped regular'p.Western 1 Ikes without reas600.000 lOtUtia mer. nutted to it A i, i: 11 IM \OU l.\ VMM K OWm ffTAMDAstO MODI LB. 1 I In Dlav OBNTff WOWS* MOsssUJ sa asTaas < R i letfjaj I DAsTM IIHMIT1 MOM W la Basck 4" i < With or Without 3 W |) liehlnd %  I ,:.,; Oil and iquipped, mainly I me by a : ; nd question frcm disarmed Chinese National-Theoe lines of artioii -ere isid impres ion tli-t 11 is mssnj who i isu and smuggled across the'down for France. Ital>. Britain, wan' border—Reuter iiclglum. HoUand, Luxcrr.bourg respondent %  nid high • naS nut the faintest n thai the Doll-. a idded. ive any hope of winning —tReuter ) CAVE *• % %  Hill Mil ".... I ML Dill'ibuto'l 10. 11. 12 t 13 MOAD 5IBIH



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PACE RIGHT BARHADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. JULY 2. MM Nobody Wants To Fight Joey Maxim (By LAWTON CARVER | NEW YORK Jnck Kearns, irrepiosMbie iiuna^ua ut Jack Dernpsey in :li< heyday of The (Onnti heavyWfij{hi chftB | Hid and about Irvine 1<> land a bis match lor his world lighl-heaw weight iitlehulder. Joey Maxim. — Nododjwants any iwit [ ttw Cleveland 175-pounder TUeGAMBOLS — %  %  Play W.I. Yorkshire Today THE Bnri Victor) of the 1950 West Indies touring team wu %  cored %  aBklaal Yorkshire at Bradford Tort., Wl Indies will entrac* this count.v In a return fixture ..i Sheffield, and II > %  Ml to be seen It the tour,-' the double", j-; l).<> did UBjlttl I-aneBshire. the only oilier count with whom tht) 11. v.. ptayad return llxtiirr. R In their Bnt win. U i '.',% Indies evened It. lean i victories each side now huviiu: with thrugHMi beitm BDandonei or drawn. Today's ani> will therctore be in the Datura oi %  rubber, or at least II will ajsn am opportunity In ffl into the sswd This will bt> tho tWfnl itarr.e <>f II • Wi %  Indies enter upon II with elrran virtories to their credit, and tw The DUMT tjghl were drawn nr abandoned, A game with Yorkshire. i> an important Datura on UM card oi .iny touring team, as this county h-is been English Champions more tunes, perhaps, than any other County. The count) of Leyland. Herbert SulcliflV and Verity en] i B (IthtiiiK tradition Which youngsters are not permitted lo rorgct or forfeit and today*! ajaaaa will no doubt l>e another keen striiejle In the first meeting thin year, the West Indies h-.l lo tushi •Very Inch of the way. and needing 87 rum to win In Hie Bnal inning-, our I riettatera lost 1 %  rkkaU In the procaaa it was :i bit of a scare, hut we won handsomely, and in two asijN Today the Wast ladlap will again encounter the All England captain. Norman Ynrdli-v, and perhaps Ilutlon. if well enough But can these stop our boys from winning again"—B.M. There l not a llght-M the buune-iK who could give Maxim u warm i < from Jo* Lou,, himseji and Ezzard Churl-s vou can'i name two heavies likely to whip the slippery dancinginaaiaf Ttw B %  %  < D %  bl my fellow.-, in the heavier divisions in recent years with the boxing class ol Maxim He u a second rate puncher (although Kcarns will argue about this), but he is harder to hit than a gnat on the winj and he will jai, and tun* you I'affy. H< tar da TODMIU Unighran parhapa not quite tis '.lassy ah the PhiUdelphian but behind aa a boxer. 1-oughran had Maxim'b weakness too—lack of a wallop. irrantaan moves in among the heavies. Moat of the latn-i can punch That oupled with .. wttajni adgA plus the rest ol n in reach .•ml height iften will make %  fair hcavrwelght lha nuunae al I good llSht-m-iiv;. %  In the preaonl situation, Oie next bel luavywelght behind Louts and Charles It Lea Savold. whom Maxim could take, along tilh all HM Crichlow Meets Worme Today THE Barbados Tennis publ: have now been given an op* i,ortunit.v of seeing the leading local tennis stars in action In the same tournament The First Open Tennis Tour nvsn! now being staged at the Belleville and Strathclyde Tcniiii ',lubs. makes this possible. Public support is needed, since the funds raised Irom those i pay a s.u)ling on alternoon. for admission will be used for sending It Barbados team to British Guiana tn September The tournament continual tins afternoon at Strathclyde at 4.30 p.m. and the fixtures are as follows;— Men's Singles:— coin t No 3 Umpire A. Doughx. D %  Wbrml varau M P Crichlow Men's Denates:— court No. 2 Umpire Dudley Win r I Manning and E. T.yiot vttaui P. Pattei-son and G It. Manning Men* IRHIW-.— Court No I Umpire : E. A. FlUnatrfck Di Cato and K Atkinson VI J. S B Dear. All matches the best of five sets Admission onl> I nootaMsy It Hi ir I nidi .v Heats English Side Second Round Cricket Polo At The 1 hi.bee JANUAItY 189S. lb. English team to visit this Island, c-ptained by It S Lucas, plav.-i a match at Kensington against a i leant captained t)\ D Mc Aoley The English Hhlc outde 4S rUH in its tirst innings and 168 runs In Its second innings, %  total ol 215 runs. Barbados made IOU runs in its ilr-i Innlngl gi i 111 I wicket.' in .i I Innlngl a total of 217 run-, a decided die| v,,y %  a1 "' 3 wicke Ight-heavy l-ouis < hiirles Hmil U %  'in.i undefaated A ill meet Charles, the Bosdnj Association hampion, in SeptemDcr and iavold, the British and European lille-holdei. probably will bold out for %  natch with Hag winner Thus if the foregoing pattern is followed. Maxim la temporarily off the heav> weight etna, txcepl for possible smali-t pay day* again*! Ua Ighters. There is no sUD) ol immdll.iie net inn for him among the men BJ ... % %  althar, unlaal luis tandi Charloa ick to the Ufht-baavywelghl drrtafton, where he did bJa acufflinf until haaviai arce — and Louts ratlrad srhan he movad up among the heavier men There are no bi^ lighters anynere ebt in the world with the faintest resemblance to contenders the heavier divisions to add d lurther loUCti lo IN drought Yanks rake Over Englimil's best men were FTeddi,' Mill*, elimlnate.1 by Maxim for the world-h|£ht-heavy title, and Bran Woodcock, mopped by Savold, for British and European recognition as heavyweight cnampton. Elsewhere in Europe everv time a good man has shoved his head above tlie pack since the war, %  OOat American has gone over and drubbed him. Meanwhile, . have not produced any nne/C BW| of ili.niiinnnshii! i>otentialltles for the Immediate future—in this country Louis Charles. Savold. and Jersey joe Walcott remain our i>est The Rocky MarciLiios, Luland Lantar,;i,IIUI cithers of lh.it brood are .o' i eady yet and. alan. may never he ready BROWN SELECTED ENGLISH SKIPPER LONDON. JuU 28 F. R. Brown (Northamptonshire), who will lead the M C.C. team in Australia next winter, has been selected t'> captain England 'n the Fourth Teal against lb West Indies at the Oval, beginning on August 12 Reuler. CESTAC DEFEATS HENRY NEW YORK, July i!R Abel Casjtac, Ai^cmtna. 2J1 in had little difficulty in outpointing Art Henry184 of Nf w Vork over eight rounds at Dealer Park last night —Eealer. County Cricket Results LONDON. July i The results of Count) Cricket matches today were; At Manchester. Lancashire heal Middlesex by W runs ; Ijincashire itfl. TiUmis 3 for 32 and secondl> CM, Ortrvai ai. Touruj r> for 63. litmus S for 05. Middlesex 209 ,Coopei 51. Hilton 6 for 44 and second!) 123. Hilton the Mureti (ftauirdjay i, %  ah ilograph ol both I i. :.pi i..l i-\lii two week The | •< UM Mu < von this week by Mr G 11 Y Cox. a member >f Qsa team %  pear on the mount The trfigiisn side cengssted oi R. S. Slade Lucas (Captain). II. R, Bromiev Davanpoii w n I' Sewell. M. Martin Barker, H. L Marshall, l-cigh lliin.i'. A P tta rU j .1 A Wcalhcrby ami F W Bush. The local side was comprised oi Donald Mc Aulry [I W M. How ell, Lieut R. C'lialleiim. II Austin (Wanderers Cricket Club). C. Goodman, t BKIWIUll o>ie( Pickwicks Crirket Club) %¡ Leannortd, (Spartan Cricket Clubl. W Alleyne. (Captain of Leaward Cricket C'luhi, A Somers Cocks and G B Y. Cox. (Harrison College! lliiTlmea ol Barbados g| 30". January. 18U'>, under the ttMi England vs. Little EngUmi 1 couple of i .i. %  i i in til Btad for the oca*ion were lllled to repletion, asJoa ,i large sprinklmn of the lifter sex gracrl the carnival with their presence, and In numbers the old cricketing lalen j;. thered to cheer our boys in thei friendly rivalry with the Kn^lishMn The whoa* aoaM presenteo in animated and picturesque pesrance. The Pickwick pav ilid service as a grand stand, ana nil the talent and ail the beauty rentred round about n Ofhceri of the army and from the West Indian Fleet which is vltHBll these shores on their annual rounds, assembled in force witness the brOwaai of Uiclr compeers on a West Indian turf Our citizens, both young and BM seemed to vU with tadi otha the array of coloured and vartleuloured ribbons which tr tied for bands around lha fnuchm-vogue straw hat. and the UKtla looking gay. but not gaudy il t idr j|>ecial costumes of shotsllks and summer robes; {Mtlemer of Barbados an Fngland some wearing the proper tioplcal outllt. others in heavie makes, looking lively and an 'iiusiastic and many an "oli stager*' aifpearing regeneiate.i It M uthful gear the hoi polol impler liablts but animated an ittentlve weuM the mafnlf%  not seen tn ptis 4 foi 30. Bunoi eh rjerhnhlp Derbyshire 261; Jam< grkbje 3 for 16 and tacondl) 'for 4 Sussex 88. Jackson 5 foi fj and Mcon.il> 3Rii foi i daeland, John Land IhUyear on July 13. and will win* up August 7, or 22 laps and mil lionN of wonls later The II' entrants will he followed by twi rnotortted carvana, each of mun han N irartlclaa. can irini etoi nurses. Journalists and well Tour .nr,Monties already hav reserved more than I0.000 nightl lodgings throughout the 2.500mlle marathon niTorfta WM Olno iinrtah. 0 %  loranca, Italy, who won %  eeond< place honors UI last year's tour Hll runoing-mate and last year's winner, ftunto Coppl who wai showing his heels to the Mai pean 1 ydisti ibsi spring, inmi the Bhse*Unaa with a had leg—INS. They'll Do It Every Time T= MAIN lU.ae IN TWE P^AM HOUSE WAT QUNSy WILL ERECT S A feaftSEWENT f=DR I HIS aA/ROOM. MIS.'VES, THAT'S CORRECT.' By Jimmy H.itlo ^EE THE FINISHED PROOOCT-WiTfc Pl^RNACE, TUBS ANP BIN^ND EVERVSOpy EASE'S sTUN<"BUT qUlNSV CANY 6ET lM "•• Games Start To-day 1 und 11. tinFiral and IntormedttM cricket I da 3 Playlnj Use Bral umi since tiie season led Empire will mei • Pickwick al the Oval and ih_ neshman" in the team is the tall bespectacled pacer. Barker, who is making his debut in the first division. Lost scum Barker did very well 10 the Intermedlata Dti 1 Poliee Carl Mullina wUI be thWliai Will (riissir Wear? (H\ I.\WTON < MIVIK) NKW YORK. 1 in fancy pants worn b) Mis: 1.-.I such that th< -:M.s lawn Tennis Assomn apaculatas la an official 1 mi what iiK.y be expectol her in Ihe way ol Uime in tiie forthcoming L' s cruunplonshlpa. The staid and It arch) I'SI.TA r e t r a r e M Morun's earver a.s the wearer ot I uts and propounds this irious ojuaattoB "What new treat in tht was ol costume will Gorgeous Gussie Moran have for tennis fans when the National Championships are leld at Forest Hills, starting August 27th?" Perhaps they han BOl thought >f asking MlM Hot %  : thai ii It :ould be that BO t.o ahl 'n-d by the wl ll A'ill dictate her rlolhniK for the Nationals Big AilrncliiM. Wa know loi in this mallei ol hu aj parel 1 lhat the gate reeeipt ill the business with the eutest little Bianaarhtnu on lbs court, %  nd more of an attraction than some of lbs drab doiu who are her superiors ag players The US L.T.A observes furthai Last M.i I (ioi 1'< 1< Inssn did It ngain when she wore blnek shorts In the Kgyptlnn championships in Cairo. The 11 wapaperi were Bnad with it ad pa 1 I• cema out tn the lo have .1 look whether 1 %  M • anything about rhea in the recent wimMiv Vforan hal mmethmt; ore sincame 01 the centei •ourt In what were described as 'apple pie" briefi aralped n ouml the eilires She Has Ability T.m Consideriit): the might assume that \l would not (buj u necaasar) 'h' Sliced Tin* I'iurapple CulM't Tins rrutl Salad Tins Apples I ms Hems Hllb I'ork Tins Mixed VeirUblrs Tinm Shred m..iTIIIN Sli.rd Beet Jars Marmalade Slrauberr> A Rasplterrt .IJHI ir.iin-.Jam Phgo. Vermaee. Tin* 1 1 ! % %  STUART SAMPSON .19, their bowling attack looking forward •'• % % % %  %  %  wil; n tirst %  ideal Today is the 1^: day for all Bacoi 'i Dtvlsaoo BMtehaa, '"he lures ore' — First Division rai.pire at the Oval. l^odge \. Wanderers, at Lodge. Curlturi vs ("omhermere, at Carlton POlfca vs College, at Queen's Park The teaman aa N.ilows: — Plekwick A. M. Tavlor (Capt,) <'. 1. ui-.. h Evelyn n King, H JoKdau. E L c Hoad. H. Kidney, J Marshall. L. Poster. G. Blrkett and B Innlss Empire C Alleyne, O. M Robinson. E A. V. Williams. E. Millington. R Barker. II King. D. Grant, N. Symmonds.O Fields and C WUeon Carlton 1 Hutchlnaon, Garrison pidytt. [ A C.i.enidge. F. N S Lucas. D. I Lawless. J W Lawless. K. Hutchinson. D. A Williams. K. B. Warren, E W Marshall. A. W. Bdffhni and P Hutchlnson. Combarrnara 0 it Knight, 'i n Wllktnaot < %  s Orant, F. Nnvilh. E A. Coppin. 0 II lletkle-. t) V Elliott. E. G Adams. N E Murrcll. Mi S Smith an'. 0, M Harris J W Byer. W. A Fi.rmer C. Mullins, C Blaekman. B. D iforrl I Warner, C Bradshaw. (memhers F. Tavlor, C Wiltshire. E Greene' and E. D taw it a r College V C. Smith, C. W. Smith. J A Williams, C. NBlacsunan, R, U Rock. N. G. Worm* M D. Mayers. II F. King. .1 A Orbiu, N. Harrison and Mr so c Gittens Intermediate Empire vs Pickwick, at Bank Hall Y.MPl vs Spartan, at Berkley Road. Windward vs Cable *nd Wireles nt windward, Wanderers vs Mental Hospital, at the Bay Second Division Leaward vs Pickwick, at Fosters Combcrmer.. vs Y.M.PC. Bl ('iiiiilHiniere College vs Lodge, at College Police vs Foundation. It inundation Regiment v Corlton. at Garrison ; Thoi Empire vs Central, at Vaucluie. J Dl AGAIN a Chukk, on Wool in... Polo gIOl,i lor the fact that witn m --L:. ,.I;. ... ...... nd to play pracUcaUy cntng without a rhanaa The Ulg playe. on \s was Elliott w*lllkams .1. 1 UM eldaal player in the Club and .. veteran cavalryman of the llrst World War Not only has he a gcod eye and a powerful drJvfJ but no playei leels that m ha much Iraad an whan Willis 1 marking bun \>i' Deani on new horse %  going to be tan <>i the top players. His mount i ; exceedingly fiu>t and ineiiiusl |i ba more fond ol the gallop than in following the ball, but Vero ll an artist at couiiolliiig a spirited horse and already his animal baa oegun lo realise that he ran t hav* nls way with such a ina-ter ais back. It Is good to see Join H .iii-i lull playing llm season lor %  1 lomi o( the game, and If he keeps it up he should c*Tiiilnly be in the line-up for selection when it comes to representing Barbados against teams from abroad Nick Parraviclno Is one uf the youngest members and one of the kcene-il. bul like Andrew Arthn: and Keith MHl.ville. bfa pony is not good enough to compete Nick would have a great future on 1 better horse Andrew Arthur seems to have inherited some of the skill of fnther who was th,> toufldtr of the br aa anl club He has a good back hand drive and seldom tall, but his pony is last enough Keith tsTeUevUlo la j. brave little player and on 11 better horse would quickly improve. No doubt these young yin soon be playing on mounts more worthy of their keen interest and skill Play this afternoon should start at about 4 20 Tier GRAND PRIX enmsu 'GRAND PRIX* is waterproof This cartridge is now back to pre-war Fle>-K\nch slandard and is completely water-u>of. Supplied in 12 gi.iugc 21 lengths with li ot. standard, or l{ oz. medium hr-ivv load and in other aatUfCfl ll h the best general purpose cartridge tihtamable gnywlYour ammunition an '>uuir will he pleased to |H dciaiK of 'Grand Prix and olher cartridge-, in ihc I.icvKynoch range. ELEY-KYNOCH SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES %  GRAND PRIX*'ALPHAMAX'-' MAXIMUM '•• CASTICHT' lino-r "•'• %  •' 1 JAMAICA. TSI 1MIII.IM ( HK.MKM. INDl STR1ES LTD., LONDOM do is thOW ui' Bul this is not .•ntirelv correct. She Win*, as the U.S.L.T A "So much attention has beer. Miss Moran's eostUrr.CS thai her ability as a playha %  %  %  1 girl won ihc championship. the 1 championship the International tournament Bl Nice U % %  IT 1 .,,„ %  the Kteni l Championshir al Beekenham England. In the British champion' ship nt Wimbledon she lost only after a hard light with Mr* Margaret Osborne DtiPonl. the American titiehoider e—4. a—4 —I.N.8. I HAVE YOU GOT A ^ I COLD or COUGH ^ IF SO TRY J; SI ## ti MM J IIAIM.AIAS I PrlnU — waahable. 40e. >d. S Calleo—JS~ uidr i'i, yd. S flastie Raincoats— tZAS ea. £ Rubber Sandals — 50c. up ; Boys' Hacks — 12c a pair 1 AnkleU — — ljc. up 3r i Wosllens. Shoes A ll^U. %  While Drill 7Be. yd Children's VU — Sec. M Khaki Iirlll — 5r. yd. Boys' Cap, _ 24*. „ VesU (OenU St Ladlea) C'hlldren'a Psntlr, n.,.t,, nds ot 1 Good" If' %  [' irlinc: %  %  Bargains In A llousrbold THANIS 1 VII OHIX. A speciality with us tor .nany yars We now have a Departmenl which has established a reputation (or outlining the best dressed gentlemen in CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD. 10, 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street J ARK VOU III II.DIM. OR BKPAIBINO? \\V otlrt fnmi sl)ck:— UNITEX TERMITE-PROOF WALLBOARD 1" Ihick, 4 \ f| . 10 12' 'ci 13r. ppr *q. It. ASBESTOS WOOD SHEETS II W thick. 4' x 4' and S EVERITE CORRUGATED SHEETS 6': 8': 10'. ALUMINIUM & COPPER GUTTERING 1"; 24'; 110": 36" Uc GALVANISED EAVE GUTTERS 4". 5": 6" will.'. I'llONl: 4287; 44511 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. BROWNE'S CERTAIN COUGH CURE r Cmifhl, I rhnMi. I Ailhu.t, | C CARLTON BROWNE Wlkseaasfcl & KrUH Drucilal Uf. KorhUrk Si Dial ?ll PAINTS BY LEWIS BERGER (GREAT BRITAIN) LTD. For roofs of GALVANISE ASBESTOS SHINGLES LASTIKON has lor many yearv proved the niosi eeonoinieal mid durable paint ever introduced into Barbados. Il nevi r fnde> or crarks or pee'ls on. Slorked in Bright Red. (>\irte. (luaranteeil Permanent Green and various olhrr colours. Obtainable al ih>follouini: Hardware More*: C. S. Pitcher & Co.. Plantations Ltd., lotion Factory Ltd.. Central Foundry Ltd.. R. & G. Challenor Ltd. CaABDOVn AUSTIN & Ct>. LTD.—Bridgetown—Sole Agents. % 



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r.\r.K TWO AQI VI II' I I.I II IIMHl (M.r*.., Only) in NH.tll n> I : ~' '\ Mi.in \ I s :ti JACK l l)N '•' MSI DQIUS DAY in K1IMWI I OM Till III. II -.1 \s 0' \ W vrm m ..*. i SIAM \> \ll\ I SI'MIAY MTV :: %  •. IM" Returninf InMid.Novrmb.i 4.All. I % (The Crden) ST. JAMES Zal> | PLAZA' l L.bt 2 shows Today 5 & 8 30 p TI -H rATMOMfl II i ) I . I ..-i %  • > i ol.Olt With Ixm (HANKY — Aithui I ... !• Mil. II Mill With :. a ( 18TU CY A Mi.iiojirjrri Doul N Ml l M \MIM Bfl wltn i Also 11 • mi inni \II SKI in K^ wuh J .. | H I im % %  .. m siiMAN. Jr. HALL A Mom %  • .ibie WED ( ni Till III \i, l | ,,sTER •ndl im lllkll MVIRBTRUS 1 AND III I > the Govern rat due to i|R henyesterday, will n.i iVX m until Wednesday TCA .iftarnoon Their daughter ., also ( coming lo Ilarbados. and is exi„ m foi wo ...... pected b) the lUMlrr about the They will sh.„M %  %  England by sr;i Director Of Msi ; dmUibdratur uf Domi Mr. Arrow-Snu! A Mi %  Aiiu. .irrived (rom po.r.mtm aw %  meet I i l KM '. lo return to Don.'his week, where SUSJI i about seven holiday with her parent* IO Barbados was lour yea.. Wl.ik in Barbados Ibty ai "".ved Irom Canada .. guests at the Ocean View Hotel 'norning b> T l A (o tparu i uraajn hohda> with h*i I S,,, u *ho are ai present at the aea- :• M „ .. T Hll ;> v .t %  >actoll." SI. Lawrence. Qahib Calling M Dorothy Return* ItS DOROTHY PARHEK middle of Auguit Arrival Yesterday S I JAM!, daughter of thi Ad uf Messrs Austin and I 1 %  I % %  towards the mm.lit Last Visit—4 Years *go *ISS MARION Nil C L i acting i Seetvtary >f >he Trinity College of Marion, who usad to be wi Music in pl,i. of Slater Mar) <*bl and Wireless before she r>, DslHan, llui Til. [Mother '*' lor Canada in IMI Htart, osr, who, >.hT(A m Montreal, .wing to ill health is unable to aj,..|„i| D i ** Mead UM duties of Loc-i Si n ntJfawH riayers Coming Soon Applications should be made for all purticu• KHIVIM, •he Local Exam*"• it A" Tr week* boUdey with I i c* t L JI tn Ti' i %  ' Tudor > U h M" FAY REINGOLD fr< Ywk arrived yesterday v Sh. Ranee. K • M %  %  :... %  %  %  i ids. Artib.t bai M 1 ',, \iiHere for Two Weeks J. PARRY *:. t S< aVMDa %  .Mad yesterday roomir by HW 1 A M R. E J. PARRY *.. -i" well ii latanlsj n H* the Lsigo Ott f meat hi* daughter Pan I from Canada by TC lay as guests ol H i two weeks holid:>> Barbados. Also amving yeaterdaj _,, ,,, „. .. _. were Miss Betty Smith and her Visitinr His Mother mother Mrs. Peter Smith V .nd Mr. Parry, are shortly f T (OMDI! CAI l.mi.n-. Kill I'll '" L Timsuetu .: T, A After Barbados Holiday ETLHN1NG to Canada yesti day morning by T-C.A. wa B.WJ.A %  i ituKS, Public i;. • day witii hu TCA, in Moartreal He known t.< his I' i In BarDadjOl since July as "J holiday, ffls wife and four still hare, and are rainmg on lor a longer I Enjoyable Afternoon M R J bus! olldaying in Barbad< E II BEATON at \MO\(, Hie paasengers ar rivinr from 1 auada >nlerd t. I I \ uere Mr. (i-otfre> SVeetp jwl Miso I'aullne Par n Ilin Arr olclured here si the t ktrpprd oil the plane Cne-Time Barbados Opening Batsman A hoUdaj .,i :.i during which time %  ol cricket, Mi. and Mis. C. Lincoln Bourne Barba kM >< -i -terday b> rom fciiKh.nd via Canada ml have another two laj Which Ihey tl %  apand m Barbados. fans will of course wife was among the crowd at thi Police Siorts on Thursday and had an enjoyable aftcr.:'; fi land Mr Wilkle. He UTtl Thursday bv |l w l \ On U.S. Visit BV HARRY T OENTLES Bupt. of the Mow H. i tor Puerto Rica with his it w i A %  R> Finally Made It! he will be in New York fi atha %  inylng hill, v. Joseph Rawlios, a Barb has been living in the U.S foi was rertor a holiilav lu'tc M Husband With U.S. Military Attache IIS. ETHEL M1LI.KU. been wanting to come Barbados for years, finally ma I .SIHII she touched down Saawi II yesterday morning I '•VnhC A J,u m e h Wa> K fm,n y''' BrlUah Columbia, she Is ben an indellmte stay, and is a gui R HINO •1 th" Enmore Hotel. Engaged T HE ENGAGEMENT w M announced during the ^ betweei Ml Sylvia Sealy. second hun as a one time daughter nf Mr and Mrl Opantni batsman. Hi g**& L B rt y a "—A.** J 1 i.mcr in liiteieolui N. VM; of Mj of Mr Etr.i Lord's Hil! some of the holiday with but he i to Venezuela .i ghorl whl Married In Canada M ISS LITA 1 GKIEFITH was In 1942. in the nudcl %  Ldad when Derek l>—"Grew u beard and reaped i harvest."—of Trinidad wicket* 1 .L:C staying temporanl> Bourne's father Mr Hi van. until they move IfaV (rom Trinidad y Watan Matt, a seaside morning by li.W IA and aXpaCt Worthing. to be here for about ten days, ami ,..._.;' .inie is with the West are staying at Cacrabank. They 01] Industries in Trinidad, were accompanied by Iheir two hOdren Mr. Lee is Security .laison Officer, Trinidad. Security Liaison Officer Trinidad 11* It and Mrs. Harry Lee arrived f' YOUR BEST JI. REFRIGERATOR 5 BUY TO-DAY IS AN ENGLISH ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR 6.4 cub ft. CREAM and WHITE WITH or WITHOUT LOCKS • HERMETICALLY SEALED • ALL STEEL CABINET 5 YEAR GUARANTEE Retired Businessman M R, JOHN J BLOW. i. th d ti liii.siiii'ssinaii an I v ad : CC.A vusterday morning on i .> staying at the afarino Hotel. With Creole Petroleum M ND MRS RAMON 1 RA VIS and their daughti-t tl f..i Venezuela yattl I A I MiI1..V1. inin hen for iiv d Mi Travis, who I Njola ivti„ieun, lotna %  .i couple of ' %  %  i .. to I iraeaa yearare Mis Kita Brown ind bar three children They wen' lhe Paradise Beach 'lub. With Barclays Bank | i: BASIL BROOKS was at % J i> uiiriiiiiK to MaH Joan Ghent arrived from Trinidad by I W 1 A U) spend two weeks %  > in itiirbudos. She was acMl Kathleen Joan, who now works Bank used In lie to %  the Ursvdine Concent They are staving with Mr. M W Hart in Worthing Lr*HM ia 4|| — all Milk S|M-'tl f> i J >i *ant to be the best in school? Useful %  i %  >*•!. %  orts meeting "i Vuur favourite event. unpe slit* UM proper hi it. Tlie reli LINOLEUM it ij, wonderful the duTaraoos thai can by patting a smart piece uf I.;i ,,. Room Immediately looks cleaner and brighter, fume and see our i. i:n:i r .Mi.K-.ive ic--tw.ii W' II.IMthere in the Following sizes — Rolls 3 Feet and tl Feet Wide Squares 7 Ft.. 6 Ins, x 9 Ft 9 Ft x 9 Ft 10 Ft. ii ins. x 0 Ft. x 9 Fl niimmtion brings out a vital point ; lhe Oaton mm! be paswd on wiui bo'.h runners |fo:ng nt full speed. You have So yard* IT ilacliangc-aver. Perforation : 13* by 14 1 kwa als*-; (rom cenumes %  Alleyne Student Nurse A NOTH1 %  WHS Miss Noun.. GUI, u lhe Harbert Reddi Oerald Ti Hi i and the tote Mi Ui Tryhane ol "Bagatelle." 81 I : . Ma] i>. bt studying Blectrical Bnglneai Ca n ada. Ha will be returning to College in the middle ol bei BY THE WAY-% ee/,eo,6er PMJkJVTA rio.xs L TO. A CANADIAN paper report.Ottawa that the playinstmmonts has L'. the Commons .'emocracy followed tost rll ed M an un\ clei gyrnan memp ulls rang. i im flute out "f hhi ed .'i mdlslin%  II!. It I| unfortu| i occasion. w hen that PorthMi Oerald Barry IIHIU.HVI hit Bui I nn-ctmg of i Tiiutl at The Hague He playi Plrl Pb I [ tl l shall man id: 'Tl Mil U speaks out each of us Yet hi rale 'he whole thing out of order. Thi \f' Matron T HE Qovarnori totatvenad by %  ending their own candidate fen bead reatn n In —a worthy, temfviiu;. aquare hoi rur. "After the Rend) Lady," Sreart-AlUcfc conflded to rai' rtar, "i' was hk. i old imnidgc." i.ist.i aid. 'If that iiitu.: t' i < ore* 1.1 go Meanwhile, the French niri ha.) taken rooms in the la which was all i I'U.I Qovernor arriving lo Investigate (he position, could hardly get into the hotel They remained to tea and to dinner, and came out tryinf. %  %  %  ed with thai %  %  tfter "Ik with SmartAliiek it was decided to offer the iv Thai i ighl Hun torchlight processions, lampi Impromptu wai nktng. and other manl%  Voikimg To Da ,//, v,. A PROnSBOR i payehasegy. play ping-pong ai tune on lhe piano, in llnd out If ehildren learn better b) reward U in punlshnv i i seami to rnp !, *>-' leachli i to fllsmaki I %  PnidnoM-: I donl qull that Myeir: Then you're n ood nint-pot. Call early at | THE CORNER STORE 1 I I (JIVFYOUKIIOMnillMOHHiMIIOk COVER YOUR FLOOR WITH SILVER STAR C0NG0LEUM Squares: 9(1 x 71 ft— D II 911.x 10J It—I II x \2 It Contlnuoua Rolls 27 in. Still ittractlvf dMlgni H %  %  K.IM.'I u. imp Ii ."i BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD HARDWARE DEPARTMENT DIAL 2031 -LADIES' SLIPPERSMany Colours in Felt 2. 1 ** 2. 2 I COMING 1 ENAMELWARE in a few days LADIES STRAW HATS Trlmnwd H'hilr and Colourtd r.imv SWIM Straws .... II .-inand 11' i r Bnrii He., si.n ('•i\t-nd Sl..pam.7lc.84c. SI.U.1 Pie Dishes Me.. 4S<-.. M. Mod . 27c. Chambers . $1.14 I PricM II.ill. Mill .Mil S!.8 In S.-. I,'l Your Shoe Store lor "ARCOLA" •MANSFIELD" "JOHN WHITE" & "AVENUE EVANS and WHITFIELDS 1 I



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SUNDAY. Jl IV :sn, UH • IV DVOI Ml PAGE TIIRKF. Gardening NERVOUS BREAKDOWN It-! Amateurs wMm^m^mmmimmaa g II Weeds." Keeping pace with the weeds in this weather is a seritus business, and any relaxing tt m no lime the place m Yet this is also a Krand lime for planting tree*, shrubs and hedges, so If you I re planning any of these Jobs now is th time to do IV. Hedges make such a delightful bcundary to garden or grounds U Is surprising that they are not more frequently used Instead of ilie less attractive wall or '.rue •io often seen A food hedge can D? an inpenetrable green wall if a few years, and is grown at a quarter of the cost that is entailed by building a wall. Sweet rime Of the many plants suitable tt* hedges In Barbados pride of place must be given the "Sweet Lime." Sweet Lime makes an 1'penetrable evergeen wall. SO strong that it can. when mature bear up th, \i.nhi of man. It is rnthor stow crowing buV once estnbhshi -i it i* there for an indefinite tune some of these hedges in the island being nearly one hundred years old. Ilenutiful examples of this hedge can be seen at the Royal Barbados Yarht Club, and down in the St .lames coast It ix grown from seed C a au arista For a quicker crowing hedge we have the Casuarina which makes an excellent boundary when kepi* well trimmed, and will grow a fi-ot a year. It is grown from seed. Bread And Cheese Another splendid plant for hedges is the Brcad-and-Cheese. This plant is almost evergreen. I* hardy, will tolarataj even poor dry conditions, and will grow tn ;. height of ton feet or more. It is grown from seed Flowering Hedges Among the flowering hedges there i the lovely quick growing •PRIDE of BARBADOS" tfiaf will grow several fact and flower in a few month* "K1NC. of FLOWERS" and "HtBISCUS" ara two more (towering shrubs that make good ltoundary hedges, serving the doubM purpose of pro 1 hedge nnd flowers too. Tlje former hedge is easily growj from xeed. while th,. Hibiscus is grown from cutting. For a low flowering iedge (two to three feet) within the garden nothing is prettier than the "Blue Plumbago" which succeeds evj"' under poor dry conditions. The secret of a good hedge i* to begin trimming It early, when the plants are about a foot high This encourages the plants to brunch practically from the ground, and prevents that bare v.Hlky look seen at The bottom ol %  OHM hedges. It can be taken 05 a general inle thut when planting a hedge the plants should be spaced two fret npart. with the second row two feet in front of ithc first. In •.•laming a second row. place the plants in between those of the the first row thus He was always and "Soaping dulls hair — HALO rkhlic: AJMlSStS, 1 IS %  n 7 SB %  m Muatc lim* to Sp: I mrnUri ..ii W I a m Clo Down, i* i mm" % % %  • Xcut: 13 10 p m N. %  AIMI*. II IB p m Tip Top Tun*.. II p m YorkHn v. w lasttaii i so—i p m Commentary on W.I > %  VSSaSMia, I J ,, !„ I i-lr.,.r. ... %  1.00 p "i Ttw N. -I 10 p m Hotne Newa lioin IlrlUin: lit p m Opons Review; 1 St pm MM Uie Common woa iili. S.ttt p m liiHrlude. 1 tO—3 IS |> m The H.w--. lipMn. ] pm. RNMttt: 4 00 p.ol The Nc-i 4.10 pm The Daily *i,iif 4 II p m My Kind of Miieir. SOS pm LUIimrl Che**; n IS ln> Pic-jramme Parade. S Mp A Younjj British Actress lakes On The Job Of Sroirhiii| I hose Snake I'll" Stories Whieh Make A Brrakdown Sound More Alarming Than It llealh Is.... %  %  v.. Brimh Tr !" r IU Mid*: i i .' Ni in c"i—at i>< I It. T JO 7 .' p II m. limit (i P m Th* No*.. An-Xl.: T IJ-t 10 M w I rllW Midland U*hl Radio ffpwtrcrl. %  15 p m SW-i*n*r Review: S M p m fftyrurket, Denrr unnra'.ra Ml p m From the Ertitn* rtatSi IN im Memnrlc. of Muocal Comedy. IS pm Book* In Reait: 0 4i p m Theatr* Talk. 10 00 p m Th. Nwi; 10 10 p m. Interlude: 10 15 p m Much Blnfllnf In the Mai*l> 10*5 p m Common*e.lth Saive> 11 00 p m Not Crwlly LONDON. A woman who comi>l,>mrut %  TIL Bnofeo m For the past |hr of the ablest mental ipacti Britain have been on dufr t'lm cotii|,.u famous mental hospitals in tht* South Their job: to help paint nr. authentic picture of what it Ilike to have (and how to CUT*) i i OTVOUl breakdown. The star is an ordinal 1 ouwwtfo whoOO mental balano' hog buckled Not b*c*u %  "Thp Snake Tit" film tbl torical, ovoi sis—but because the b stresses of life in modem have got her a pad housing quartt rles about rationing a: vhied her nerves to breakup point. Th, intcifi'itmce of a bossy iiK.ther-in-law. who Uw bar, her husband and |ho lv. Il> l.foiuaril .Musi*'** %  lire liuiifl-i* %  i< %  %  mi %  a ha IT!. \tt Snake l*ii %  %  •: % %  %  %  %  %  I i i here ai %  %  I luo -iiii|>l<%  ornorrl Q % %  I m ,thl %  Hi Ltla) % %  i. : I 1 ln| shame, rotic lllm red about a %  .i % %  %  it rife : through MM in itmonl is niven I foUowad %  %  i dbildron, BM %  %  i %  thi crlpt %  ... ii ..f mo mm I thij • Bchlovoi iti %  %  %  %  : \mad 1 I Don" ai %  it I I wa• msn\ : %  • 1 nave trta\ has \.fOM tmn^f.irniailnii % % %  i The v %  !. % %  % %  inu sioniafa half *-U" %  ;,. %  n can • % 11 %  toroa. \...' -npnv" row h-ir Hii m liajnU '" • 'i-••" d imMaM Ud* I iiisii^ arMi dofllai Mop •>'>< %  II n. I %  •.%  > quitkb >n a" 1 Wad i aMiaica-i iiauti $nima IH/M-OO In An. rlaloont .. -*ice. HALO MTaiN thr bidrirn boaulx of *Mf hair SiiUti4'sliii.H... produi i IhO nu'iital li %  MI i.f the actual %  m curate. WSJ %  ; i nd wototi in lake Then i and to lli %  %  • % %  .. 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r.\c.i I ui F: SI NDA1 \II\IH HI -I snu .11 LI >. 15fl %  a* e SPSRT -T M Hl u rs iWST .,( \v, | by a margin of i.n wl. in Itic batting oV ... inarxeltnus BSjpp though it has i. the value of their effortMB DIM come* to analyse thr t BEST WORLD QUARTET /TMIK : %  '"dies the : %  i i * %  Ramadhin and Valentine the West Indies possess a quartet unequalled in U The Fourth Test has yet Ul be played tad IB) decided to H ""' -' % % %  *ouW be rrsofmember, ol • assuming thai they won Uw fOUfth Wat. COUM only Oalm the DOD%  %  detail") ai„t eon* ioum M DI bit rota ai op) ning I ran an 11 %  %  toui RAIN INTERRUPTS PL A Y W anderers Score Lead Points SCORE BOARD v U. rrovrb b %  Alkiru |. MM. I ,. M -.MM I •" .MO .;i %  i-r I -ai. I Ml,. .1 PTED PLAY in all bul ana ol the 1 this Division oj > i Wu %  ;, s lead over the I ut is .sun an open on*, OMRiaMtHt *. • *L (UMBtNMIRE I-' Inm Knlahl b K Warrvn viK.r.rfi lb K Hulrhin "AMI, H K> l ODOI H .MM Ki ft* t-t I kUI LODGE i i (ell duima 22 turned la the wi'ket runt came l. '•, %  '. -I,-I %  i not ou" 2 hall an how yesterds' • hen the %  %  In a short I i %  %  %  %  Light oven. The but Alkinibind the wicket A; their Ural Atktnoon had rancfasd 54 when %  %  II in %  i %  <; Pi boga AN IMPORTANT OPENING ROLE T IE Teat %  %  %  %  %  but It must at i, to tiwt lime i rome what might have been I %  lightly' The century e at cover Thithird I brought back Ued vra %  i hrsl hour. %  i which h rain had fallen early up minutes Wilkes 0 M %  %  ., I,.irk.lr; % %  : .i %  < [| Hi %  Al M PI Wi„ ,, o, i... „ „„. Mm ,„ k SwrdlM.vn) iiiM.nl result today, i" if? J"'""Sj' %  '" %  rov '^ te "'"; P" k l.l Korlni Provnsi .i ,h„ victory b;,n.„l„Ti.l.p „>lh,.,M I,. V. k,^ I ', %  ', *"' run out at S7. hnwevrr. th. Imperial Cm'*.-, Conh-r.-iu. that thr Went Imli.. .hould b %  mX "''l. *' k '-'' '.,';',. "',. M %  brilliant .h, In treat clud.d^i. i : M5 !" !T*; ,. V v %  Brootal The score board id It would b. P nuumbent upon Uw Ito.rd. In Inc. 67 l. AlklMon wi,., on clear poli.-v ff ,,',. "H,.^ in"' i L. i IncoralBi batsman and Uiu • •*" 1 '" included it) boundBOON Itcadlb Incrpaicd POLICE 8TAOE AQUATICS liennUAUclnren at number T h, r v SD. I.n., w.„ ,.,.',1,1.11 MI.iNS lo ihc r..h,. Ii I.MIIK ...led a succosslul ""' r "' "|'' •" Norm.m Marshall ]„si their third wicket with Aqilatlc Moclin. on Thu, I %  ; ,'c'V-.w'le,i .', l,vvl..^ !" U compaialiv.: rt,"" „ol, "• "o'.. "" %  "' •'" %  : ^. !" i•: n ^'' l^ '. !" ,."?_ c -';._^ , %  T.rf.1 row: !Nr. AMALYSS* tew i* i >• ,r weii i n ? itr J 1T. M ANAI.YSIft i i.n i >. rMkHKk rMI'IMf I-' Innllif* M RoMnwrt comes off with the lean end of the pu: %  %  I l H unent of courae, me run added lunch was taken com* -' beatand thli yeai then take should bo eonatdarably mShortly after the interval Herri cree I PMietal public draw the major part of the sweep VM out leg before to K. Mulchj n pn v nenej and tl.eie!,:e the] will also get an automatic raise. nson for 3 runs. Murrell the las: Qf KOUIif ,| lls ia llllX u any met the home owner gets no increase at all. Be iliaws point mone) which is also fixed on a percentage basis Iron) ibo nreep. Bui he has to wait on tbe dlacreuon of the Club •tpd wkpr UtralM a w K HalrhlnMn Pal ..( t i ~i. —. %  —. —*>. i M. u: Ju, -i. -*• BOWl tNf. ANALYSIS N K LueJ t 1 K ':•—,,,< %  s i i eon. %  .. i Ol I n.I WUrt'-IM Innli^a V R!i.km.,i b William. r Taylor b William. Cap! W A rnnner c Worm* %  Willl_.li* 1 n.. • WlllUmi ,'lt IHll E*u 1 wd T.n.l .for 4 skin Fall o( *ritfck I BOW I Pr, ANALYSIS William* rorbin A Kin, Cave and Hut. I in on ope I i-".i'i-"-. I'.ni'.,. %  gall | ,\. i,. .. nvadeo"r"the"ev7en.,iT tacUlUfti whicnaaUnt la BaatnutaJ hi iquatica S*"^'Wand..^ ; A li"' i and hop.for the day when these isolated attempts, which .. *'",',{ ,,'.:,' eomnu^iable p, • taaut-wlde IDorl $^ m !g*Z*^?l*}i Aaaoeialion level In Magel %  SOME SCATTERED EFFORTS There hnve been ton • %  bados Aquatic %  pti made at Oistms and St James but coul Antoclation for the ttegll 1 know th* Ihn I ad Wat. i Euh A 0 to enlargi lb. %  -'' "O the' the) COUl sponsibie for moat of the organiaed ipade-work even U ti i not absorb the propoaed ne* Aaaod ii.,in-..i. and Q leen'B tion towarda keeping the small Hama <>r aquatics alight, I that the. tvouli placing this lorm ol sport Brml) on ttu ting map AN ALL ROUND ATHLETE H AKHOUli POLICE CONSTABI all round atnl.ti. ablUU He followed up his un: r> gt n,e police fl ai when he n athlete, by winning the i and '^" breast-stroke and the Si Who knows that on* who showed that peomhu might lun tut %  "*•" good enounh t pn enl Barbedo and even the w.-st indies in aquatics m othai parti ol thi irorld OVei During hi: -[%  II ..1 I! m Atkinson through the | orbs who tiM.k the catch a I tat one from Atkinson IcComle ad joined Hutchlnaon m* i %  Atkinaon cket m the i.et i nil ,,r big aeeond ovei 1 rho had taken %  %  %  i George C;rant. who went in first ovcr 1 from K Greemdge vsieket down for" Combermcre, s, ""' d •* tour and a singl highlighted the game. His acore K Hutchinson's next over to included eight fours and the last car r>' hla acore to 43. He then went down to face the attack ol K Warren who was brought on in place of K. Gteenldge. H crashed the ball to the boundary in the first and third deliver. -from Warren lo carry his score ickel partnership with to 54 but in Warren's fifth deliverid himself added 24 runs, he was clean bowled. His score %  KennieMutehinson. mduded eight fours. The Comed six of the Comberhermere first inning* closed at — gave the — By the lime the play hed the Pavilion a heav %  at) hold f IMI'IKK vs. PICKWICK f MI'IRK (for 3 wfctn.) 59 25 lieavy shower of rain whirh '' I %  I .. %  n :i(M l.isteii foi in minutes on K< I %  pped play on the Hist -lav of the l*i.kwtek ... ^Empii.First Division cricket fix^-anl bad already hatted on the wicket fa an hour and 10 minutes and had • runo were knocked Italy 19 minutes The only olher Combe i to reach double figured !l '." the | Black Rook team for the Kennie was %  I %  I : %  i mi rJ than n %  %  II i %  -' %  •" %  """'"'"" IS? ca„,c and, ho -Coo, bo, "ild not take the field. POLICE n. COLLEGE HOLICK ifr 4 wkts.) Rain tell aarly during the day and plaj 11 45 p.m. boy. The wicket was heavy and ea*> -llmkie'' Lucas and "TiHidie" start, but as the Warren captured two each for 15 %  * ometun In %  tlvel) K.,iln" Williams who went Con Si man von the toss and nuinlM-r three for Empire, made %  i "ted to bat O, Knight and C breezy 13 His stylo wes not vary Wllkln on opened the innings. attractive but be certainly cot ihe WilUnaon quickly settled down .,,1 ball to the bound.u i aim -ii.ie.l In.lv around the 'i-'w'S ""wht the tola, was Knight '--use of yielded 41 rune. Robinson, at the was dean howled in Ihe third f|l .? MU ^ ed ,_^_ W, ck i t J nd S!i, and of ln.s lOMCk, had scored Ifl. deliver) <.f K Warren's fourth l H..-. \ i I' % %  loss und sent ^''i %  FORM UNFOLDING During the week then n i lot ol vary revenBtej gallops and gradually the favour) rudng to single themseh • as then true form unfolds ItaaU Of course I am not going to star. picking winners from lu-day We still bava another week to go. But on or two who i>*k like vei For %  %  %  .< %  vln St..no:, (oft should not dispose of the A class Held in the Steward's Blake %  rfth some ease. Fanny Adams I understand is not well. neither ll Deacon Bright, judgum from his performance reaterda) morniiig, when he endeevoured lo do a mile with Storm's 4 & Gift but could not keep up with the pace. Gun Site looks well enough but he is such a notorious glutton for work that I doubt if he will be than two hours ft after galloping with such n I Collelon. Slalnte hi College-Police lnc ntsI rPa Hy grxni gallop 1 have seen him gvien since he was %  clubs of toe Barbados Amateur the same tournament ,..,..._. lUtherto it Charlh Manning, Eric raylor, ist tii Harrison, M. Criehlou I) Wiles and th. many others taking part In the (>[.cn Tournament played for private clubs and there was no S Of se.ll.,! tl.eM. ]i... Ligctlier US Is the COM With > Wandcren. Fanpiie. 1'iekwn k end th* "ther clubs of the B Cricket Association. Now fans can m "> a" ri '>'' in a i.. ,*' %  : t.i gauge their rel itlve vtn mtn In nddition rntoro commends ItaaU to lbs support of the sporting public. The need for Tern I ihe need for en ...live Amateur 1-uwn TenniAssociation has been eslablished. and 1 think, accented It OOl) ramntm DOW 1UM public to lend their Ml] THE LADIES HAVE IT T HE Ladies will OCCUpy the sport Spotllghl foi UM first half of August when a Ti I hop's Hih School. Trinidad, visit Bai of Cricket. Hocke) Pingpong, and Nethall fixtures. Thev are due to play against teems fl ... Winifred 1 S< I %  % %  Club, St Michaels Girls' School and Queen's College Old (in %  tumps. FIRST OPEN TENNIS TOURNAMENT .• mrvlved the %  ">•" to bat on a wicket that t; 0rtn rt W||k 170K MANY VEAHS now there ha os Wand. ittack, but without % %  %  * %  *ytng out. O. H. Both UUrnienbetJed wllhMaa av shoi.i. PHi con b '" '"' Bnd " Wiil THERE was less of play in Ihe match at Queen's_Park y*"^"^ preparation for UM and this was with ihe C els Bprito yeeterdea Hi did ml impress me verj Ii i made 45 runs for the loss of 4 That leaves Elizabethan and although 1 think she will give them %  wickets. Of this total Capl. W. A. good run, yet her absence from the tMH h I knee Christmas is playing Farmer top-scored with 23 runs Kg p il( ., ,„ r et, ir ding her progress. I therefore think the fittest horse out or which he hil three sixes. w ,„ wjn a|lc( h( ri ^ h)in|d u no diil|b , hul |h|| ffm h( s )l|Tll (il( College's fast bowler J Williams '" lact there is one thing I would like to see this maie Storm's took all four wickets at a cost of Gift doing and that is running a mile and a half But tb n I He sent down Just over races .,f this distance anywhere In the West Indies outs: eh one was a it is a forlorn hope Howevei i best as one Is able to Judge (Man seeing only up to ', furlong races, I think Storm's Gift one of the best slayers we have seen out here for son.. Ill M Play did not start until 2.40 the class of Salamanca, but detiintelv better than Sugar Ladv. p.m. because of heavy showers in Wilson was given a life off the southern skittled out the school th c ."l orn J> n R wWch damaged the mii-i-v & MAT vuMiirv same l-owlcr two balls before tea. R, Norville came next bul wlc ke College won the loss and SUN QUEEt A HOT NUMBi He made 7 of the total which was he only managed lo make a few "" Wicket m Ins third over. He got After this Wilson to give an easy cntch to boWllDg from fielding at mid-wu ket .mil "Brickie' Ken" Hutchinson. the nurthei D end Lucas from the 13 nut .i Onl] addci by be I %  ad i %  II in about hah '"i the pooi ihowing ..f 22 run.. era I '. ad iiken -. %  van wickata for Dino runs Dennis Atkjnaoo I other two wld %  being absent, N two %  bowling yleidmg three i ktarahall had taken over from Eric Atadnaon and <• WLUKI Innlta at the pavilion end Ha %  ad up a leg break which in;itis:l Robinson to come down (Or The ball took the mitsid. Robtnaon was then 2 not out defendve shots before ... Williams partnered Robinson caught by K Hutchinson off the When tea was taken a half hour bowling of LUCAS without opening later, the score was 38 for 1, his account. Williams 18 not out and Robinson ,, „ ., r Smith pai.nurcu Urant who sent Police to bat on which turned out pared by this time appeared to be quite icket Next on the list of hot favourites should be Sun Queen. II is b* **& possible that she is the type who ruiU better on the it than When given n free rein, but her times have been little short of amazing C. Blackman and F Taylor Her once round yesterday morning in 1.19 was achieved even easier opened the innings for Po.ice to than her five last Wednesday Few pre ration gallops In better the bowling of J. Williams and .L limc haVl ever been donc here StS been U m.dewh en" l Bu?c > kin:n But there is no certainty that Sun Queen will have I, all her -.ri n '*'<' !" " macKman B ul ***** ,5 i no <*rtainty thai Sun Queen this pair after the interval when "..", down He od a single mempt n g to drlvo „ delivery w y 'or the entire meeting She will have to reckon with Kidstead Robinson was caught by King at Y!' ,,'•",,,„ wc nt UD 11 1 "^ !"!" Williams mistimed and was and Fair Contest and in the distances, at least, thev should afford her %  ecnd slip off slow leg-break £„£ JSHrf 1 th en ,72t bowl* 'or 7 Capt Farmer Joina lot of competition Kidstead is even more impressive than Fair bowler H A Marshall He scored Capt. Farmer Joina lot of competition Kadsteed .IX w,,^" 1 %r,e,Ywiu!.'ms C Hc ST-iTl!" Vw.T ""'."""i'* "S"" ^ T^" She may well get left by copious lengths and this she ci This Is Ihe Ural o* such visits and apart (Tcni (he novelt; ol inntngi %  the visit itself ther.iii be nmrh Inte p aet centred around the I'Kiu. pa bowlei Tiw game,. | too to an boa Ihe ladles a U fan In theii bowleri i. ..... I awe) with little aogeof Robinson's bat giving King Invasion of criclf I thai bul HI the IHSI ball he was caugh by Edghill at square leg. The total was 53 when E. Top Toppin With the score at i,, Symmonds Joined |^ ol agalnsl thi oonfldent ope* a dolly catch Atkinson stinted to g 51 for 2. A. PASS THE HAT AROUND at the runs straightway and • Williams. 'TWERE will be a small charge for the netball garnet bul I sugro--lWilliams did not part L gest that if UM general public are admitted to Ihe other games thai some of the charming Ladfa pal UM bal around :>> help to A peculiar fealure oloiit Barbadian Bport is lhat it has < %  %  ) vi iep]...e,i in,to be accented lhal om thould witness it free of charge, This is brought on alcComli B Down came the rain Inunadlthe answer to Ihe catee precarious anandal condition or the Barbatwo overs hud given u,, rw, at.-iv after, driving n, dos Amateur Football Association the Anwteur Athletic AeaociaUon 't Ute change made lutle unpras. into the pavilion Soon after. and m|lD j 'ion on the quick rale of .coring Kensington looked more like %  Sporting fans should be encouraged to pay (or their sport and At lunch, Wanderers had score 1 swamp than ,i cricket field. realise that In doing so |1 "> Thr .f Empire's wickets ware the standard of red in many eases, in r.umito Atkinson was 22 a^id ,!,..„ for 5ft runt in about 70 keeping a perl Wllkea 2. minutea. partnered Grant. on hack in the Pavilion lb. Lucas. His place was takei O. Beckles who was quickl> li by K. Hutchinson. hit another off Corbin in the next over. The score now moved happen if she is to have : along at a fairly good pace and when the luncheon Interval arrived after 50 mlnues* play, the score had reached 34 without further loss. improvement, nnot allow to the othen DERBY FIELD IMPROVING Strange lo say the Derby appears to have retained some rivalry fter all It should still he Watereress's race but Apollo, Colleton and Brown Girl might be token out of the class in which I placed On resumption only two runs them last Sunday. I said that they were among those who could not The total was 55 for 6 when *|"L^'" W !" [*** ^"^ > or *" k <*P "" a ood gallop for nine furlongs Apollo for one has proved 0V bul Wilkcs-buttet very long. In trying to lake a & Wa^S'li.' bo^ung^K -"* TQ^XESfiSSJ f^ "'" ^ Se^riS^! '^"^ ^"^ U U llmC lI n sharp single from a stroke on the F| ut<: hmsou liefore anv runs were imd mnde %  sin lr ,,ul of two morp y winnp lo wln th %  Collclon also With Uie scoi,. at 21. sklppei 'J n S 'le. "Foffe" was run out for added. run dded lo the score, .before n '"'Hl a mile well with Gun Stle while Brown Girl occasioned conhe too was bowled by Williams, siderable surprise by running a distance of little over a He with The fallowing partnership b> I Warner was the next man In Kidstead on Wednesday and coming home very strong in reasoimblv "" "Thev ir a a d n ded b, Sx%uns tSfFu? STJS. *W& U^ '" who went forward In 9*** hitting out to Williams w me" Hutchinson's slo^ wa ^M* 1 } 1 b >' Worme. 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SUNDAY. JULY 30. IS.V. SUNDAY ADVIK \TI I'M. I : IVB W.L Bowled Out For 198 Runs; Yorks 178 for 3 SHI %  luu.iy wad uy boa tune stump* were di scored 178 for the loss of three wnk.itb pan of the county. Tnirtyuix t>v Everton Wevkvs ano C'lyoe tValcutl was th*? best m voters but u-n Huttuu. ftkdand'i opening b^taman *n.. tt-.i not played for i huinisjhl oarinsj la lumbago was VS not uui tut Yorkshire when Hump* wen orawn. YorksiuK %  •• c•-,,:.(.:.. Norman Yardley slightly gtmm pttcn and put in." West Indies m when tw AOII the ton in three ud ^ ball houn tin West India wrens „u out Out ol the brtfhti : 'he Weal %  lag! wicket t M ..iiiuh Wil!.ii a MX and tlVW lour-, Huttoti wna In hi* beet form for • yorkahkM far hit 141 f. in Ha dJ i tne bulk ol scoring. during a third-wicket itaod ol '<'' 1 tar SO t>( the nim behind him in 35 minute*. Coxon had bowled without ai rest throughout the West Indie* j innings and so well did the pace %  nan control their bowling — the ( %  %  batsmen wen by the "moving'' hall—thai spinnj not called on unit' the %  Ml five minute^ of thr innings when Wardle claimed the Inal wicket Other* lee the the diimaga. York-r, early reverse when their itinin opened but the second wicket stand of 61 D anil hi-fellow towns%  o best of the match. Then Hallida* was caught in the leg trap after • partnership which had Ipsted 7 minutes data iboarau ill bH .. i .., % % %  ,. i. I unlfl U-ter was • ken b) Pun< %  off Worrell but Wilson -tuck Ann 1th Hutton drawing of stumps This fourth wicket pair havti The PU> The Wt i IgtfBBI BUda a bad stall against Yorkshire tocuo. even thuugh thay scored 120 runs for four wickvU before lunch. After the tlrat wicket had fallen :.! 41, they lost two more while five runs were added, and another at 94. The West Indies had been anxious lo play at Shertleld and than arera early akVai n %  bH crowd. In fact, the gates wero closed |u*l after the start with ttxiut 33.000 people in the Bramall Lane ground which has a reputation of upsetting batsmen in the first hour; and so it proved • ,.: %  Hie W.-.i Ind es were rest n g three of their Teat stars: Goddard, Ramadhin and Rae. When Stollmeyer lost the loss to Yardley. the former England kklpper put the West Indies in to wag not long before there %  i rpg of a turning ball, and aNK Two UM-baCosa appeals Ifaiaruul. Btoluneyei M dismissed that way. Then YardIt's stumps ..hen the batsman went down the pitch to try a mighty drive. :<'! Bad Worrell eaWPH OB the hound .i'v ..lien tea tried for a six Weekes and Trestrail restored Ihi lOrtUfMS of the West Indie; • raewhat, more than doubU n n the total, but at 94 Whltchead got ihrough Traatnul'i datance an four wtcketa were down i night Waleott in. and he Mid Weeke* took tin; • without further loss before luneh Storm clouds gnthererl jifter lunch and for .• •*! the lnrht was not good. Without addition to the score Weekes was beaten I; plavi; wnleotl shr-uld have gone in the next over from Coxon hut Yardlev failed to hold • artot lo his hands. Wnlcnti marked tho M ith tw'" foul the cover-r.ff Whltehi I i r delivery hapooned i catch to mtdarlcket Q> maj another Coxon vie'• %  'a "lip e-*eh n<1 York•hira gave the Wart [ndlai no chance to recover Coxon who unehanccd for three n"d a half hourfrom one as* the cighrh wicket and It was betrtumph for pace bowllad o tune and pall in' -i nenrj %  re JII out for two I cOttd hundred. Williamhit three fourIn That luara baj • aaj n wrasn Valentini rlie seam ..l taken all the wickets ixcpi he last, artta Coxon four for 69 ouUt.iiidlng bacauaa of his unbroken spell. \oikslnre Ualliili; rhc Weal indies %  ooo claimed • I I aatan bj lha pa.-, i .it three, but that was their . lnul-|. r Worrell iI~**.|i I. V*rIU- K Tieli.l 1/ Whin : .tw>n b Whitrnnit (I Goi:tri r HailnlI C Wllnama not oui I. Fi*.f lbb \ Vnlcnlilir h W.idlr iMIfS-. ToUl r>u .a ..... S4. SM S-I4S J BOW1 Whit. I ,-..| in ii 1 iu j : W.ldl. I 1 t.rk.h.r. hi.l IIM...... Ili-tl..,. nul <"it Low.o.1 b Pln. Hlrlv c St.;. iMtcr c Plitb WoirH TwUI 'lo 3 .1.. Fall .<< aram Heavy Shower* Yesterday The BittM had a thorough deanmg ..*ome heavy showers of rain fell during the day Stretchll Milk Market and i ntinufng up Baxtei P I • %  %  nil olten overilowed. and i %  the roan era debris and other waste, which %  the lUttan, and thus h..Kked the water, Banana and nanaV skins, mixed will the greater part of i barriers Touring Team Meets Olyinpia AT NET BALL Bee ..ill M ivetball %  H\ Trituuaft .r '. %  %  The g.' •|icnii i. i the profHne %  .' I' %  1 -. %  k. -lay. 9lh Auv>. B H S | %  %  MM Thursday loth August at 5.on I ; 1 i >-. v Si H Friday, nth August al 5 00 BK1 pb) < See Dd Team at Bellvplaine .. 12th August tt 5.00 p.m.; Netli-.l! It II S \ I and lh ge at 5.oo p.m : II. eke) >• ... Oval Tueaday, 15th .\,i ;u*t at 5 oo p.m.. Netball 11 H | vt QueenS College Old Oirls at %  %  %  %  Netball ht date-. below I .. day, Ith August Read on WedAugust. s s B u trawea on .. %  1 rtday, Uth Aunut lurid Wiles on Saturday, %  MiLauMIe cii..iierioi on I5th Aucuat I.AIXOFS: Storm's (iifi And Sun Queea Do Best: Kulstead And April Flowers \\ ork \\ ell THK track wai ppeuajd np ; and Irainera to Mnd then horses uaJnal thl lirst '!• %  :. Then araa no mm loin the going was on tho hard aada, Caana \umM • ware t.*.-.t throtuthoul thi nv trninn H ... vac Storm liif Itdavei — -7TC -= impressive mile gailo) :. ,i iSjain ligored i i l'j u:h. . r ,,, Kid All ,, Ft. a i Kl l tor Rvi i. trus was %  heti flnUhCd up on I i ,i Apdi noeren furkxigs rtiu^hinpi Ibf i %  %  Ttmea toi the mornl ifollowi I i OaUani Hawk ton i FIlCUM i JULY 30 NO. 130 The Topic of Last Week (.nil Contest At Rockle) foi the %  1 %  era in aeUon 1 %  1 ... 1 %  %  the last i • in I 20 %  iih M teven and i hall I M i i deterri %  %  a IU u ...i.i Murk la e ,ht together but Mehste left he, l! Enterprise I-ONIXJN. .. ninti ippen t bo placed on a board outside his shop: "Senaatinn.il offei Apartment and contents lor -ale £)3n (364). Applj He did not anticipate, howeve.-, thai hla lirnt interested customer would be a detective i a Eg It I % % % %  '• months III liv. bt a prison casl lo; attempting to tell property/ net oalong to him— afperlall] to a detective. — I.NS. Locke >\ ins Ciolf louruuiiu'iil VOUKSHIRE, July 29 iiobby Locke, South African boldM "i the British Open Cell Champion.ship to-day added £500 to his aeason'fc winnings when he won the lirst pri/c in the North Drill h Hal la I %  tonal Tournament her" Thr I l.ono II Iwe ui.nitnat play In Britain, loi he I %  ••.-won three tournaments as di .. %  the Open apart from KMUUJ %  lie lot an.lhei and llnl^iing third on one occasion. His augre pate tor ihe did .i mil. a Coiteton Both kept IOMUWM and |> itt u o n traough flnnthed on the Ul in i *" 2 f> an the box to box in I 24 A aje> Of tflV gallop for Coiieton a it monthi led i>" Storm's Out i>i, .1 rnUi arti me reel %  ... 1 %  1 .1 Hnw>l n•!> van i aw oovi VM ran 'i' hma •"* af ('•UM tn.Hir rt Ml b^ l> UJIII..( J K aaasaai sea UM l %  Wh.n Ih. I <:*mmmt. Km % %  I tnaiuHi eor 4i_.„i •-.. UHMHSMMI BUMH Coiniiiuaist L<*udt-r DeQei U.K. Charge FKANKFUHT, July 2 Max Rajmann, 51 yer-old 1 -adei of the Wesl German Com: lunlat Party baa come back from %  < %  BOVlet Zone defying a threat t.. I rosecute him on the charge of helping lo arrange the kidnapping a n oth er Communist who is in inn and hie/lfa •' %  *" %  .it the Party hw H %  here UUs morning but later left for an undisclosed destitution kamentar) immunity was rhuraday to enable the public preeacutoi at nutoovei la liie British Zone to bring him to trial. The proaecuior must Brat aatI>ower Saxony Criminal Court that there is a ease again-.! aftei which the data I. 1 the trial WOUld be fixed If ha failed to appear steps might taken to have him a 1 rested unless he had returned to the Soviet Zone —aaaatar Beacon Hrighl who faded out ihe four leaving idIT...:the di-tance in I 43) ind to box in 1 2ii 1 B Tanco worked with Poxripvi In t. I 1 ol Starry Night The. ..KI boa ID box 111 I 23 2 A F.picurc did four In M Pharos and Postscript aid Rvi in I 04 2 .I. the latter much the aaaai "i UM two Landmark did a box to IH>M In 1 22 3/5 Infusion looked very easy doinf five in the best tune for the morning 1 03. Sun Queen then did a box to boi m 1 Hi tin the hit all the way TiborifJl Laay went from the seven doing the last | jp |123 4.5 Fabulous was seen out but not going fast enough for tuning Sun Jewel four Ul 5R Perfect Set did a half speed live in I 12 3 5 Battalion did five in I US 31 Mopsy live in I 05 4 .V Fair Contest was tugging at the bit over a box to box in 1 25 l/S. SLimte and River Spl loped %  trooj oessr 7j furlonfi 1 %  %  last lap in 120| Vanguard did not lot 1 fort il'ie |gi %  companion Joan'l Star | four in SI 2 B Apollo did nine up May time at the (Inlsned better than th,. btttei His times revealed an even pace throughout Here the* an in 2.0A 3,5; the mile In I M 5 box to box in 1.24 4 s. at l.Ofl. Rivermist did three in 17 April Flowers working well within her-elf did boa %  1.22 and flv c in I 03 4 B Miracle was alloweit t 1 Inside of Silk Plan OVOI I n at a two minute gait The. did five in 1.18 2'5. 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PACE SIX SINDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, JL'I.Y 30. ISM Music For Films lf .Hair M..lhu-.... SINCE Arthur Bliss wrolr IM run ir.rough on its ow; imnk for Things to Com*, pracMB vis....:. Ucslly every composer of n' M in rnakr an intcresunsj pat'ern [01 Britain, arm in France. Amcnci. Use car The composer must and Russia, has written for Hie rctnembei .. %  on the Films. Naturally, .is rt i jtill a server. ?* %  <• very young art. anrl each scorv is thine. aaa •iy rxperimental. there trcrattnl r* astsant are good film score* and bad ow but then there are inure bad operas dividual tyi# emerge under such are food one*—and the conditions" • operas has been going Consider the case >f Ralph on for Hundreds of years 1 comVaughai. pare opera and a film purpose I> acknou, %  %  :%  I at uui.i and action god fr ,! %  nualelani po.nl g-' %  * ,h problem, are similar A composer"-'' n and drarnTtTc **^ ng j£* „ 2 ** * ** " !" nST %£7E KJ£ music for a string quartet that ^ voice*. lfi_ it fie would for an opera, he would prelude immediate*} establishes a temper inspiration .• and writ. medium. b n. the %  -' ,_ „„ „ acene in whirr. JofthM sudden!) %  • trouble and about to ihat -Uhamas are a composers drown in the sea of? Duogenese. motl pracioui property," but the ij expressed by the use conception if a theme u such a In a way that or.l> Vaughan W:lpcrsonal matter for a compose* Uams could achieve Similarly, thai It i diiTk.. i ,icthe background music of unarrine the impulses behind it compartied women s voices in S Similarly, Mozart said wham, u.deed be how they come 1 know not. nor called an inspir. • can 1 force thera Some comlUlUllil Of tbt Antarctic sefting posers do need to be in the mood' Vaughan WUliems. cornooier of to receive inspiration which, they •*?"'"'? • co "* *2? '* 0 ;, h JT .cknowledge/comts upon them [•"*<* hl! own **• n • W suddenly, without relation to the nuTU physical and mental processes of William Walton has always said the moment On the other hand, that when he is engaged on film a well-known modern composer music. Ml *nes only has said quite frankly that Ingphrafrom the screen and all his work tion "consists in the IBtelleet al 'or the cinema has a character of patterning of notes '* o* n "e began to write lot lilms in ISM. with the music for AT THE I IMKMA Cavalry Patrol BY G.B. The old days of the American pior.CTs—packed wiin i and historic* .. -ecungs for the I turr "SHE WORE A YK1XOW RIBBON", now psaying at Use Globe Theatre has sue* a sjd though perhaps it not as brilliantly outstanding as some other historical c: is still gufd entertainm %  %  %  %  rr^n. who polked the rirs of the %  eruc b-ckgro..e co-ordir.ati I and the drar. levy of | *am Bnltlea of the t* S Cavalf' about to set out on his last before his retirement At the lirne of depart..:' officer mf orms will be womer. from the Post •r. him as far as the stage coach depot. Their rtu*.e takes them through tan habited by mauradlng lnd.it who are on the war path Due tc the presence of able to execute bis miarc, bowevcr. numc.ou. E „, „ „„„ h „ u „„ 4 Tin IIFIinU IMIU J M fct .* :. %  ,. i1 examples—including some great written for about'a dozen pictu. music-wherc the motivation powlt u in teresting to note how Waler has been the impact of ant^n has used classical (on wlher art Poetry has. of course. Spitfire Fugue in the The First of i jpireu musicians from the earUts Frtr and the Passacaglia in lies! times, Elizabethan music was Heart; V are remarkably surces.largely vocal, and the Uedfr writful. l>olh with and without the ers of the lltth century are among scenes for which they were writthe greatest names in music— ten. F.ven the cbarai Schumann, Schubert. Brahms and Pauses (compare the Ini Wolfe. Similarly, but naturally to mtn ' nl! Syrnnbony) an a lesser extent, have picture* "' !h '' Il "t u< "**" !" "ound of prompted composHion.-Mou.sor,h : **P?J***& &7&J* gsk>'i Pii-iurn lro.n w. *" r "l urtn ,h *" batUe ot Agmcourl i arTekarnnU? The Theitre ^^"^ •" H^nry V. is .. consUnT InspTration. notably to STcZSL 7Is^ryar t£S i C neer* r Wh ^^^J^ -S -eemed lo need a programme. Th ngr ,„ c lh( w ( .xternal idea, to flxe hu at VIMon ln h „ muWc whu knr story woeen into II %  and thoufcat t.mes, John Wayne is eassssabrt vincing at humourous, brusque, honest *r. : above ail. brave, he is a hero t* those under his command and on the other ssde of the slate, a •ofter BSde of his nature if revealed m a lender scene at the grave of has %  %  eanesst McLagen pia> • BS| -.: BgSk—-aSJ., ., :;. strong pred %  .-e. The '• i: aaagfkSjggi thf nss4 are? all r role* The musical score f Hageman a fine thro i. during some of the i. long thou which slotted the tempo of th* action st: %  tamed atmosphere and successfullv bridged trangrtWng. The scenery is truly anagnaacari and the hcesetnanship a* by Indian and Cavalry alike, all, a colourful J.IO exciting film Paid In Full PAID IN FULL at tne Empire TbtaUl F the i-vcr-vmotional mdodramas I have I lished in the ReadT>' Digest some t,me ago. and reputedly an actual %  M she has %  %  : i.f the only child her i>are outline of a it is not only troeg accent on the aanaa; % %  .... %  t.ons The only GSBB -aj a that the acting of luxabeth Scott and Diana Lynn %  .r of -euroUc ?. ..-nmings as the man they ng, and the wit of Eve Arden Ufkssa a theme that is, to say the least, unpleasant It set should he considered flttutg M esktar%  Startling Prtdictions In Your Horoscope No energy 9 ..poor appetite There's nothing better than PHOSFEKINH when *oa fed tow sad mts€Tii;k. Il revives the appetite, banishes weakness and depression, puo back much-needed ritalflr. Tgf rHOSFERIN'E toda* I YOU NEED PHOSFERINE THE GREATEST OF ALL TWIICS KM Oe^raeaien. Debility, t4Itutlum, %  M li -an e s. •• eftae Inflow. is smikbk SB Tablet and Lsqasd 1 originality The art of ballet t has Inspired IOITof the worlbest loved music. The film provides compo s en with another and similar source inspiration The practical prob-fl lems Involved are more romplea %  'Ms film frie mitt found In movi: : id also in his scon fee '."'Ida. A ertain llmogt pgevtsMlve vigr-ur ballet Checkmaie I.I/.ARI:TH ••( on : Host and reaecl %  n houi. he redeem.hiniM .' %  %  i -. night attack. There is a slight and verv different, but there u nt fc wHI •" '" '"<~ h Pi^.s as the lin wto mi:.I. f !hc UllT %  '' .nould not rwch Ih* un hciH I : '^"7''"'' •*• <*"• straight-jacket it* own music |U§J| can ,, 0 reduce the composer to a merrfi^,, ., fll m m8 d* | D technician juggling In third' 1 %  second to met the re-j.. i the p i r t u r e on t! • • Music in this rase Is only many elements: It must give way music, chamber music, ihural and tc trie stnry. the acting, the direc-Jorrhestral music including seven tlon. The photography and, very symphonies. 1'erhaps he finds Eh no to the sound track it'hat the dl ; film composself In writing music for films '<•" <"rhs his fertile Imagination a composer's technical equipment '-' much, at any rate, he has only .. ..f*-.. . i-t.. rannot be too great written two film scores to date. The flr^t was Malta Q. C. whsek iu> Bne wore made an irppresstve contribution to the film. and has been henrd frequently in hall IN wiatful Irish ternopportunit> Beln| The average dim runs for about an hour and half, and framed by the Overture, that is. The Title Music and the Finale or Play-out Music, may carry anything from f u V(,i'gaC 20 to 60 minutes of music. This perament music may range from comedy to M fine pianist himself, it was in t-agedy. symphony to swing, music tcrcsting to see how h* u* halls to madrigals and may include instrument to express the tendersnythlng—bra's bands. street nsm of young Oliver, while, the bands, barrel organs, bagpipes, force and vitality of Fagin's Romp solos, duets, choirs or quartet, was equalled by Us sense of fun Ideallv. the composer's problem and humour i* to give a shape and cohesion to The year 11*35. when Arthur tha sound track, to that if it were Bliss wrote hi. fine score for the %  i.ich contemporary composers films as a modern medium for tiu-ir ait. Loo ki ng finds that practically every composer of note II has contributed in no m It is interesting to si reactions. Some were I Ksd at the % %  of them .'tut about the Ul I tor. until thc-y had e*pei cal imaginations which the films .! %  : ghn The nln. magnabi I UM '' %  i % %  stabling. him to earn a living, fail "i tunccntrate a tittle %  a mphomt'S and quarlcls. Under esc eon.:. nn more OMd f"! mpossa to fail b-io\* his own -.tanddtus than in the i in. milt rent, psi rw for .. ..... to wiitt fi,i UM K-tirha/ys or Hie Archbishop of Salzburg The it paid to make Ul unique contribution to lag of the film—to bring to / iiility and cull IKIrTl'tK*! UTE—-Here's ktM tu Hurk it: 4 X UL %  A A 1 K la L O N U r C L L O *% One letter -Imply .un.H for another In this example A is used for th< three Ls. X fo the two Os. etc. Single lctte, gooarc-phies. ih length and formation of the words are all gE sch Jty the code letters are different. 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>l Mill. JULY 3t). H.Vi Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE PAGK BBVI %  %  lit' >imli II,in.mi I urns MiSi.il. I. Horn.I A liimn S. U....I SIR EDMUND GIVES THE GIRLS GLOSS-al £10 a week I %  at bou-and-nrroit tar^t sfitKoii:.; lltmling Is Extra—Archery Is Free %  in*i Wednesda^ ,. %  %  place U* t] %  alt. n h 101 ihc Berl -1 Ihc local rep A English mistress. *>KI lo be with %  resident teacher. lu will also act BB cntiperon, j 1 :•*. the I'lfi,] %  -. lal luior%  j.. 1 llundviiuiMala, Banff* ikn Uw on %  .•. %  %  i>xburgh v.<( wiii.tiK teachers in PlM instance man V\ II 1*11. \M>1 KSON ,. teaching Flirabrln tc Bomundi car HI gcg fpjip nm* lkt gets from gun-.pray;ng the woodwork of ihc house ced oil Against all thu academic activity there i> UM heavily historical atmosphere of the house lUelf Oxburgh Hall ha an Fnglishtnan*oMle-h'm. %  %  than %  a tKn .hei yi U.N HI/Alii in .;,,., baan turned ml no) be> SUM 1 f %  J m 1 in Ugh* The ... -. %  .1 boards and o'her hide> -1 tome In useful for keeping tennis logs. 1 %  alaaotalaij <-„! %  .. draped foui '-poatei bad*, on.of which boasu .1 -pi > I M\K\ mi 1 N 01 %  COM ..;.,. aWa irisj.um k bul tha] ara costai than ihc uoTiTiitnu ,-,>found in BUM schools Ihc girls' runip w -n,oin is ihe I tha] plat pniR-piiin! iiii.ii 1 tha diiaoDrovini loo* ol OVUN ANN. lAafl II and tha H-ding.cht win was kiii.-,i ut the Buttle or Worcester frowning down on them from the wallASTHMA MUCUS Loosener Mrsl Day •. c b; Eve Perrick—-On Everybody'* Toe r'ltOM .i ..[ the btalvl.% home* of England-one which li uiifi.rtui.alclY m .1 t LMa spot in Norfolk arid therefore not n paying proposition as gfl Of**nBd I head vtn|ur—a dignilled .ream and gold brochure is being 1 Ixbunji H..11. bulU .. %¡ BY8 ind than In U8J 'uroad Into a 100-1 %  .' im D vith a taata f-.i large Uvln The bro-.hure annouiM %  SIX KDMVSD and / MIY PASTON HEIHNCFKU> -Ou prManl oi.u.r nnd his Vlff uk, ro fhefr I a lin Had nambar 0/ earvfaUv sw.-ried ifotmp imlies From foraia aatrlaa, ii'tiusr porania urlah them |o laa v a Caalhih ami ifu .. Etivlfah eouiifry life 111 the genuine oli'iospheri' i.( %  > old %  naOttall Umntry hoVM li niii.-i words, tha until btronat and bia pretty wtft Joan *** i^vina nut a atw %  olvtng the old problatn of bow to Buuntaiti the tantu] %  .. %  lu\ur> nnnihJng school. Bo tax just Uwaa youru ladtaa ara being ilnisiwti there—NICOLE HANSON, of Parla, MARGARET BCHNEEBUROBB, of Swltrljnd and ELIZABETH HERON of Maldon, K' ex-all nineteen years old. Guinea-Pigs 1 Nicola and Margaret corna Cram nwmlrtfa which Elizabeth has already iiecn KIVCII Ihe pramrlliail nl> into debs in a Swiss e-t.iblisliment, what the girls i i'l -" much .1 finish us a sort of super-shine on top of that. lieatment for turning re getting at Oxburgh • preaent hould be iteu |o young girls He wie QOVarnOi "f thai Tower i>( lndoii \.hen Eh/abeth • 1 %  %  1 .* %  still ,II pplta of a mui 2,000 hmO) pt.i traits looking down their %  rlttocraUc nose-, the new girls at Oxburgh Hall are winning through. lit a new Th'" Hedingfel.t jiu %  i Oxburgh '••' lindar the eha|>el ai> dofnj DOUgh grave-turning to make th r burial-ground into a ploughed Held but there has been only one sign that anyone ti working against the scheme The crown ingountmg tha Badingfald '•";'' of arml on the hea• %  %  %  1 %  Junmj Btowart, baldai "i one %  Ueflln. %  arvkc record*. Navj rvvervisb ineludi Waynt ervlce a colonel in Mort who shot dowi 1 1 Dough l... laimed Tyrone ... alarm r'ci'l. l.imi:. Ilayward and William Uundlgan, Victoi Mature, Gig Young and Cesar Romoro chose I t Guard, lliodetick Crawford, Gene Autry, Lex Raker. Mickey Rooriey. Guinn Wilh-ni-. Red Skelton. Donald O'Connor. John Payne, Burt Lancastai and Robert and John MlCehum all were enlisted men in the list oneDraft ehgibles who may be beckoned from promising film ihc near future include Vic Damone, Johnny Sheffield and lohn Barrymofc, ,'r From .lien on the school Is run on a cafeteria system Pick what fOU like and pav for what you lilck. Chargeable "extras'* offered include sailing, fencing, riding, hunting, painting, (lower decoracash customers and a secretarial course. ably disappeared Fin* li fining Sir Edmund shrug-* his shoulders. The plan Co n .e Oxburgh Hall a seat of learning continues Lady B says there is no othel place like It in England. Certain'> it should soon be recognised u he best tiainlug ground for youn;; ladies who might marry into othei over-taxed stately homes. Whenelse could on.K.-I ll.,necesaury expsTlennto show nd Ihe place* 1 — LK.S. ONEO mnplt-kiiHi, bjvc foui beaui) om 1 areful .teansmii Equally eHnvc h-r : t .liy.iiro Fa. rot H e/J af riagnifna riiem n kly dfanoivei cvei race of 1 itiJ gum' HMII >kin feelii ( i-j-ii"! Jit ,1 ii I ndl, -> unoother, and win hingrj ck ui 1 nifljhl aral DOfntBj •'' %  I"' • beauoji routuM Vull HH AH and /•<>' tin aavnvn^dMeiggcg AT LEADING DRUO AND OEPABTMINT irOMfl * * 1 William H< Wi 1 WhUa .di Kiiius of plans are [ [oot lo entertain the troops both I HTontm the United States and overseas, I ichanl Ney and John Al Jolson is the Ural performer .works ik gfun! Vhen amahs married his troublesibegin! St e S* fOl 'ho rcceh hen* %  d the Na %  eaafc Washington approval to fly to, Korea —1I.N.K.1 •^ A There IN fn Food Drink Toge ther IN A PERFECT COMBINATION J ONLY 3 iVONTHS 1 ^LOSING INTEREST 'j n,. All IMT NIGHT, Mother l-(.ihrojt with Vick* uRub 1 i kC-' 1 > as linn m 9 BY Mil FOR YOU MILLIONS OF MOTHERS I ;i 1 m • 4 ndlMn ^7 o( "t'uL. \.i,'oWub _. IIS tAFI' N 1 '.,!iior' atlAtANt' 1 %  *• dtren • m orkmg lar ho %  %  hm Vkrfcs VareiRut' IM prtxnl Its worth in so many mill.om of norrm 'He world know* that Good stoul Is a Blen heallh builder All the world knows thai have been eaten since Roman timefor 'heir health oivlne •".w" v*1u We hove perfected rfe combination of those two in a MANX / rHAT. I N| 7jc^£S OUT OP I0.\ V C0La>TES M MOVESTHE I CAUSE "OP. BAD BREMH / awv_ • 1. OYSTER STOUT 'o 4a ." drink riMill >'-'|i KF.ISh )((., I HI I AI.LEYNE. HHTHUR & Oa, Ud.l.Nl'l , Co. Md S E. COLE & Co. Ltd D V. SCOTT & Co.. Ltd, SAMUEL GIBBS. '.ITTENS. CKONEY i Co., Lid J N. OODDAJtD 4 SONS, Lid E A DANIEL 1 Co, L J JOHNSON A REDMAN, I'ERKINR i Co Lid PITCHER CONNEI.I.


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PAC.I. MtlllT SINDAV AI1MM \ n M Ml 11 .11 I V 111 I'.. MRa^j0_ADVOrE rr.-l.d It II.' Ad.... I BrKftUBB Sntuliix. July :l. Ifljn ftWIS WIM Ol VTilY PI.A.VM.M; FOR some months past repairs have been in progr— to a building at the corner of Swan and Lucag Streets Tlurepairs which an* brinn tarried oul will leave the street the same width or very little wider. In the meantime that part of LUCM Street is a dancer to motorist and pedestrian alike. Ol :.'. ortanct however, than that particular building is the tendency of which it |g H rtyiking an example. Tin* streets ol BarfaadOf arc n narrow that the motorist who is so much hurried by regulations can haVe this consolation, that he must be one of the best in the world for were this not so. the condition of the Barbadian roads inim; what they are. there could be nothing else than massacre upon the highway The tendency is t. perpetuate a state ol affairs which may have suited the days when horse and buggies were the order of the day but which art* not good enough when larger and larger automobiles are appearing on the roads, it is imperative that active and vigorous steps be taken to widen the streets of the island und in particular the streets of Bridgetown. When repairs or reconditioning of buildings are being carried out the Government should insist' that such buildings should be taken back so as to widen the road at that point. Compensation could be paid for that part taken over by the Government for the street but it would be an expenditure in the interest of the island. Not only in respect of streets and Bridgetown is the need for Governmental supervision necessary. The beauty of this island is one of the greatest heritages of its people and efforts directed at preserving its beauty will have a great object in view. At present many houses erected in the island are lacking in architectural design and In some the construction does not make allowance for preserving the natural beauty of the surroundings. The space between houses is not enough, thus giving an impression of an overcrowded tenantry rather than the atmosphere of quiet ease which is so necessary, particularly in the Tropics. It is true that the price of land in Barbados at present is so high that the middle class person trying to build a house is forced into buying only enough to hold a house, but it would be better to have a house which is less pretentious and have some ground in which children could play in safety. The example of those who have built at Top Rock should be followed. There a spot is set aside as a playground in which children can have fun without fear of being run over by passing vehiclesAlong the coast of the island houses have been going up so quickly that at present it is difficult to drive from Bridgetown to Oistin's and catch a glimpse of the sea. Now that process is being extended along the coast road to Silver Sands and houses are being built along the Sea Rocks. The beauty of that lovely stretch of road will soon be ruined unless further building can be stopped on the sea side of the road. This paper has often warned against the unnecessary encroachment of Government but in some fields it is necessary that there be some supervision in the interests of the island. A Town and Country Planning Bill should be introduced into the Legislature which would give to Government the right to supervise the erection of any new buildings in the island. The powers at present held by Government are quite inadequate for modern needs. Government has not set a good example by abolishing the post of Architect and Town Planning Officer A correspondent has pointed out in these columns that this now leaves the Government without a qualified adviser on the erection of new Public World Government must wake up to its responsibilities. The passing of political addresses may be a pleasant pastime but they do nothing to enhance the prosperity of the island nor to ensure that the longterm interests of the island are safe-guarded. Only an Act along the lines of the one which failed to become law would begin to give the necessary' supervision and direction to the development of the island. Onlythen will the people know that the beauty of their island home will not be squandered and sullied with imp Ifceea IN the correspondence columns of this newspaper during the week, attention was focused on the destruction of trees and he il! effects which this practice must have on life in this island. There is little exbe offered but the real reason is that the average person fails to realise the overall importance of trees, and this lack of appreciation has led to a vandalism which is regrettable. The popular idea is that trees are planted to provide shade for men and animals when th> (ring, and cooking fuel When the) are felled. There are far greatfoj trees planted methodically. They beautify the surroundings especially when they are of the flowering type, they prevent erosion when planted on the hillsides, they also prevent landslides by causing water to percolate more easily after heavy rains, they provide shade In places where it is necessary and finally they attract the ram so necessary in a country de l>cndent upon agriculture. In some parts of the world trees are protected by legislation and the removal of one tree demands the planting of three, aIn Ireland, or generally two. This precaution is taken because it is felt that one may die and the other, having survived will replace that which had been removed. This is not the case in Barbados. The Legislature recently passed a bill which will allow the payment of six cents to every person planting certain trees on their lands but there is no penalty attached to the destruction of trees o( any kind at the whim or caprice of people who are not particularly concerned with their value. There are people in this island qualilied to speak on the subject and the matter is of Hitnotant importance that some individual or society or civic body should undertake. by means of literature or lectures or both to enlighten the general public on the necessity for protecting trees and to acquaint them with the grave dangers which can follow the indiscriminate destruction of trees. Any such action would be welcome public service. It must be admitted that the practice in this island became prevalent in recent years because of two reasons; first the increased value of furniture made from mahogany and secondly because of the serious shortage of firewood. The prevalence of ground provisions as a popular article of diet demanded a greater amount of cooking fuel than would otherwise have been the case; but if trees suitable for cooking fuel are removed methodically, then it would be easy to protect ourselves by the planting of two trees whenever one is felled. It is the indiscriminate destruction of trees, even fruit bearing trees which needs prompt attention. Apple* HI' HAVE Jl'ST Rrri:ivui Koine .Siua* Party— 1 Got Soaked! BRUKJE OF onCHV. Ars>!I, T HIS week 1 have added lo mi snpeneneei of foreign travel by penetrating far Into the BcatUsh HighUnd*. It IK ; %  N If) all sides arc tin ret the bairn*, ileni and betas, and • %  • M %  "IIM.,. en* thi stoeh and barrel Ilnl The I'urp'isc of mv jmirne-. I Is KYX held desire to stalk a stag. Hove you ever stalked sta**.' It inord i holograph them My purpose was to get on and Interview it. Igfl in Scotland live In deer foresti Uniallj then Ires in sight iit it Li itlll railed fore.st Paris %  *!. mil. i N S TAGS, as you may have guessed Wen the original inv> the stag party And you don't wonder rsellj when you think th.it 'luring the rutting season in tin autumn one stag may have BS many as 70 wives hanging round him. It's enough to drive any husband lo a stag, party, and it tin end of the gtBOOO he's M fed Up he goes "(T with the hoys and deesnl corns home tin the following year. The wives, or hinds, dot to rnlnri being left with the frhllIren They collet-1 iQOJSthSJ %  irge parlu Im .. good old ten months' gossip. Actually, this is the wrong time of year to stalk stags Thru hon are Mill covered with velvet, -> the sportsmen don't shoot them till Augusl or September Bui the Mac Wick si red. Ol BSfl Hampstead, NU'i known to catch trout with a worm, wasn't worried by a thing like thai, the cad And. anyway, there is no law against Interviewing a stag. The way to stalk %  stag Is tint to pick one oul on ihe mountain iu i II. •..i \ i. ksi* a Has Fun 1mding Out How To Do A Bit Of Sulking Ing u uas then walk for i n| dlrecWllh a teles. i i %  lion. This is so that you can gel Into a position from winch lo approach DOttl being seen or scented It* immtiy The welcome arrival of Tasmanian apples in Barbados this week coincided with the arrival at this newspaper of a clipping from the Daily Telegraph of London. The clipping is in the form of a letter and is headed Canadian Apples. It quotes thi imports of apples into Britain for the past four months of this year. The figures show that £2,555.710 of apples were imported from all countries in that period and £1.477.960 from Canada. The writer of the letter I Mr. Hugh ((uilley of Romsey is very perturbed. The average price per ton of Canadian apples he claims was £45 and in April £58an exceedingly profitable transaction, when one considers that the control puce for the new English crop will be £42. And he asks "must the British home producer be put out of business and the British consumer exploited to the limit? Quality for quality, cost for cost, price for price, the British producer can meet all fair competition. Ltt the Canadian Government stop its subsidies and the British Minister of Food free the British market and the real position will be clear." How far does this apparently domestic issue in the United Kingdom affect Ihe buyer like a Red Indian; inking advantage ol every hollow, rock and clump ol heather In ihe process %  .: ii,ak at lo ihe skin and covered in peaty mud Vet people pay enormous sums 10 undergo the experlre lbs war they rackOSt about £25 lo shoot I some people bagged %  ROODIt probably .i In! mine now, but no one i work it out. Once n is shot a stag Is worth around KB. It weighs about 160 lb dressed and the meal fetches lid a lb officially and Is. 3d. In market By tradition all the inside* of •long lo the professional BtalkSf WHO accompanies Uie I'M.-, .tic called huinbtea, hei M humble pie II la i a as H BLPSD by a professional ... i I got near lo a stag sitting under a rock. Two young rs keeping watch for him. rather like fags al a public school The lags announced us by startlog to run. and the old slag was about to rise when I said. "Don't got up. sir. I've only come to ntertiew you." When 1 was in Cyprus recently i \v;is taken to task by a local newspaper for writing abou. monks instead of politics No wishing lo make the same mis lake in Scotland. I asked the sla what he thought about Horn. Rule for Scottish deer. %  Id he didna ken nun I about that, bul he'd heard ther were some very good Jol foi deer In English parks English park deer are bigger have better antlers, and liv longer than the deer in the Scot tish so-called forests. Before the war. he Hid, Uu keepers in Scotland used to K>V< them malxe to eat in the wintei and that improved their antler* but now they got nothing Growing a new set of antler every year was a great strain n -i fellow in these days of austerity .We Eat Them' S TAGS lose their antlers bi April and I asked him if thi.. ti-k a weight from their mind On the contrary, he said, It was most disconcerting. You'd be lumping over a roch or something and suddenly bant, would go one of your antlers lik. a Jockey coming off a horse You'd Jerk up your head lo Ml what had happened, and of would come the other What did they do with th antlm when they'd cast them' Well, he said, we usually eel them There's a lot of calcium n lhem. you know, and we nee that to grow a new set Smart Slag W E stalked and talked for little longer, and then tlu slug said he must be awn' thi noo, but if I heard of any vacancies al Richmond Park or Windsor would I let him know? And so with his two fags in attendance he bounced off dowi. the mountain for a drink with the boys at the bum. —L.E.S. Hi III \ II in lie %  • Twelve 1 AM MOKE impressed with the quantity in this twelfth number of Dim than the quality. There seems to be a general urge in the Caribbean to put iwn to paper. The result, "when ll Is good It Is very good bul when it Is bad it Is horrid". Some contributors seem to forget that writing is a means of communication. You have an emotion, a theory, an MpsrienOB, g Joke, whirh you would like lo share with other people Hut there is no need to Inform thggfl in addition how clover rou ari and those who like ferreting oul obscurities arc more lik.-h i turn lo the crossword puzzle ihan to a literary periodical In other words some of these contributions strike me as Intolerably self( ullSCI.iU'. This seems to me to be especially true ol toe MISC. set. for the most part in the moulds which were fashionable with the AvantGardc in England and the USA twenty years ago. Since Iks war English speaking poets hnve moved towards greater clarity and simplicity. Slight though they are. the French verses of Roland Dorrelv seem lo mc to have caught the •sen l moro %  ureta than the ; i %  % %  %  ontrihutionv In English Always excepting Derek Walrolt Here i ;i true i.rt with something to s.i> which can onh be said in verse, in othn words Wj S. I unlifle Owen Author r The Phoenix and the Dove. Dolphin Town etc.. I innpottle theme sod always expi m terms of true poetry. Whereai Hugh I'ophams Ballad o/ Full tsotto (which fulfils none of the conditions of a ballad) might just as well have been spoken into the telephone to Goddard's or Colonnade who would have delivered Ihe order the next morning (except the pessaries') I %  illy, visually, il looks like poetry, but is in fact lillle more than highbrow exercise In cata l ogui n g, with %  Uttta vulgarity thrown in lo "epclrr le bouryrois'". illy ipesJdng. manner i III these poems. Their authors have not really got enough to say. The prose, on Iho other hand, sutlers from the opposite defect. plenty to say but uncertainty as lo how lo say It Farritfo by Geoffrey Druytnn, cast in a different form and worked up might have been Interesting. As it is. this is nut literature but the raw materlal (rom which literature is made. Only the eery greatest artists like Rousseau, or unconscious geniuses like Pepys, can afford to admit then leaden to thenwork%  no) lo let Uwn peat the showroom where Ihe finished .iiiu le is displayed. Edg.ir Miltelholzers contribution Is delightful, the work of an •itcompllshed artist who uses his ir-1like an experienced craftsman. Karl Sealy has the born writer's gift of revealing character in a few lines. Samuel Selvon has a pleasant way with him. I would like lo congratulate Ihe printers on the admirable reproducUons of Haitian pamlero and John Harrison"s article on tlu subject is excellent. It is n pit. that Ciolde White's gossipers has been printed upside down, (or bound in upside down In my copy). There are certain artisl* whose work is greatly improved by this treatment, but hers has earned the right to stand on Us own feel not on its head! I nnish with a plea. I notice that no less than three of Uu stories are concerned with the colour question. Cannot wc Id this old war-horse lie down god rest for awhile? Cannot the fraternity of writers, whose outlook should transcend class, colour and creed, forget this wretched subject which poisons social Intercourse in the West Indies? Cannot people write about tin %  human beings without continually worrying over the colour of thou skins? The human heart Is the ultimate theme of all worth whilr Bad immortal literature and it t< Hie same everywhere. Ol H III AIM IIS V\Y: Crickelem and Suruluv To tke Edstor, the Advocate SIH,—At Manchester, in June. in cogatoottan with ihe first Test Match, on Sunday June 11th lo be exact, the evening service in Ihe big Methodist Church-Hall, rnllci the Albert Hall, was utilise*! to join in the welcome of ihe West Indies Cricket Team, and link them up with DtVUM %  i The minister in charge, the Rev. W QowigBdL eondii'-te.i I vice, and olhers who took part were the Rev. Palmer-Barne-. assistant to Mr. Kidney the manager of the trip, the Rev I GrtfUn. superintendent of the James St. Circuit, Barbados, who is on short furlough, Mr. K. W. Crowe of the Brinsh Olympic Team and Secretary of the M chesler Athletic Association, and Mr llert Whally. coach of the Manchester United Football Club, who Is also a Methodist Lay Preacher. Some seven members of ihe team were expected to attend but Anally only two. Messrs Goddurd and Rae. turned up Then' was widespread interest in 0 and a great crowd of 1801 1 filled Ihe hall. The preaching part of the peri>v Mr Whatli-y and the Revd. Palmer-R<: former taking for his text st i ihortatMn In i Corinthians, 16, 13: 'Watch ye. stand fast in the faith, quit you like men, be strong." and the latter the com| ..no of Hod to Moses. -Whereforr cricft thou unto me! Speak unto the children of l-rael. lhal they go forward I Ii ii,the item from my church .. M'lhixlist Recorder. recently to hand, which also reproduced on ihe same page inc photo of the learn which appeared in the local papers at the beginning of the Tour. NOW is nol that something natty better for all concerned than playing part of the match on layl Better for the men to have the Sunday for rest and for everybody the opportunity for worship and due respect for Almighty God. r. G. ftgejaegf Policeman To tke Fdifor. the Adt-ocare SIR.—After m of absence 1 am indeed delighted with the progress my island home .in it* trend towards ..urn. Good structures. etc rial, too numerous to mention in my nocturnal -.truck bv the reeeal building erected by Plantation's Limited which is Indeed credit lo local craftmanship, hut %  greater surprise laid in store foi me as I joumied towards Harmony Hall district As I saw the new Globe Theatre 1 was Is very much with this palace. nnour LAMPS. LANTERNS, iTOTJEfl askd IBONfl U SM bring than io t A Shipment of SNOWCEM Uhil... 1 rrjin. Fink. Yrllnw. juil l.njiiiil. WILKINSON x BATNBS CO. I Tit Itanium to C.S. PITCHER & CO, LTD. 'Flumes : (SH7. 4*7;. IIM KVWIll SIOKFS AUSTHAI.IAN SF.V1I '. tLADI PEACH JAM APRICOT JAM DANISH CHICKEN BROTH (SSI DANISH CHICKEN BROTH MAYPOLE LEMON CURD JACOBS CM Ul Cl RltS CHEESE CRISPS ft ""''If BPCSSEI. SPROUTS ... HJEINZ MAN< >> ( HUTNEY K W V SAUTERNE KWV SKERRY DRY M SWI K W V PAARL TAWNY PORT KWV SWEET VEHMOCTII .!/# e* fjiBitr fii t "j*J. j.sr/ *V.W rut: /. F.AVOVHMTK i %  lb. tins .44 47 .48 He .40 .. .. 1 II .. hot. .48 -.i I V.\ ..;*. .M tin .49 99 3 10 .. .. COCKADE FINE RUM 5? perbot$l.l6 per gal $4.08 STAIN SFi;i.l SCOTT A CO.. mi. GREET THE COMING HOI DAYS m COMFORT SELECT SUMMER SUITS made to measure from the following American Mercerised Poplin . IMJM EmlUh MereeiWd IN.pl m . . tai.1| Faaagga "iion Suiiinc tttJt Pure Linen $31.50 All Wool Trees* Rig from Stl 50 II. I OS I V A to.. Lid. DR GOODS DEPT Ft 9 /* Never too late lo Celeb rule GODDARD'S ' %  < RUM



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RUN-DAY. JII.Y in !•..-.. %  When The Bell Rings.. It's One Big Party Line In Antigua — Say* Eunice Savoury SUNDAI \n\ot \n PACE NINE THE ft telephone service was the Ihird lo bt Installed m the world n m put Into operatn-n U nineteenth OtBtllfJ Government use only and us time —*nt b' n ly ii'iiii H Htv u! tiv,bun I | done lo modern, arid Th, line* eonttmiM %  In 1924 the exchange was moved from High Si to Its present site In the up]>cr flat of a shabby old building at the COnM! of Urn* ,.nd fl and there | new twitch hunrd accommodating two operator* was installer* There fa) ., sfa girls and the chn-f opal lives on the pram!* and answers night cmlli mil. [ran UI mid:: ma replica] v\t w of ibe who i j v. • %  ; inothtr lot .t birds ol naaiagi or is "SIX" Antigua's lucky number. .Antigua going Into private life on the wires, or is Antigua going to lontinue to hove oiu* great big Talkie Talkie Party?' One gentleman recently liked, "Does the Antigua Telephone .service have party line*"" "Of course we do, it is always %  party line" was the iepl> and furthermore, country lolk need never hoIher to come to town to near PM n*wi They just piek up the receiver and are entertamed with all the verv latent lit bits This miraculous telephone seine! vidod you have patience, and if you do MM possess patience, you will aura cultivate patieiue in Antigua. Regardless of the many fault! on this useful and ancient service the public has no nee• % %  (artnei I in %  long wanted will be then I.. KINGSTON w-.i-.in! i lead iportation from BrtOah outlet has caused a temporal. Ptndtd production at remunerate market, live prices rhii outlel will be provided b] a pi" %  ton. • %  i lion at the nui DI im ft MU the .lure has called upon f.ii now on a i cassava production, While the \ %  %  will fulfil ,i V.IMI 1) or ttwr puri.i % %  -'. in the local during recent weeks. As a resuiof the fact that this importation is being ottered on the market for human consumption instead oi stock feed as expected, the Foou Controller has decided that no niport licences for this commodity will be issued ".n tn %  Irsterait of public safety". Iii the meantime the Criminal investigation Department has bean poses, one or the moat Important railed in tn investigate the cirof its activities will be the mauucurnstances of the importation ana factun of i l iva Sour, which subsequent sales, will Mi afford .i profitable outlet A statement issued Saturday by fbl faxmerf provide the Food Controller staled that a COtMUtnen With %  nutrttli commodity described as "Stoci; and trwrabj <:' > reduce Brtttah Kwii" and which in fact was nee < %  "' %  sweepings, is being offered to the !"•' Imported trade from British Guiana. A "''!" %  "' J" : ^JZ%'J££tt&£P?& without an import licence and CllMl 1Vrt ,,.„, ,. ,..,„..„., w ,-,d some of this is being offered W dollar-earn, i the public as rice for human eonrounlll ,. s w hi< h exi sumption despite lU inferior quantUUN Lo i Ul led SUtei of quality. Amu: The importer concerned told It Is pro) h. In the the press that the British Guiana near fulure. in the Pi Government had sent sample* uf Rivet and N what was described as "stock machinery for m feed" to several firms in Kingston roof proent to Georgetown. This measure will QEt IRGBTOWN. %  i. i %  %  during the year tn neat I'ntai eg] oi the 1 elided .In 113,713,013 ..in, port 337,331,113 I Tripoli xcei-di-tl e\| m Of th. worth v. %  %  fi i first six months ol (lulled Ktnudom bougl I) Italy |1H rlod "i 1848 top plaet i ol I %  I I M -i 114,033 more than one hall "( .i Ui next in tine with H 1.nit.'toi % %  Only othi t item w< nt run: total of 3172* 1J13, hn M illion ii Imported in 1940, SI2.U:i> Britain oi II 4 million n 48 %  1CM Slal.. Overhauling Georgetown Free Library ^hiostions In I';.r I in II in 11 \\\ *-\ IMlll M I M\lllN|| \ ( Ot KSKS \li%> Irene Hard ,„>t week .. k. Har) of State for the Rfi %  badlasi Uni Vfl M uBdUMH to tak. %  'ii-Hi.ikitii: lubjacti %  Mr. J (irtlkutv I undcrsund •i..i the I ..<•> does not at prceem conteropUuc masi %  MlHard In vM %  oa the in. at uaaaa -ludies to the ma would the right hen GenUasnan po Into iiimottcs '• re* wra I ursei eouli • u ii ittated m thl Unsvei Mr OS3BBBBB1 The UlUVi Hsttj in autonosnous body i .-ill eon i it .ui of the hon 'hem Mass l\.trH i Btal I %  i i Dion %  recornrnendod in the rteallng with un%  %  Mr J firinuh*. repll 8 Indj a Qa* rnn si Ii mploymenl %  nHHig % %  ent pacial Colonlei i"i which recent Information iavailable in the Colonial Office. on is as follows In Hut ^ ( nlle >I'ipli" men: leumfh I trenUceahii %  chemos in n : •-.,.„.. .,,, ,j. ,_ ,, ,. l .,, l In Triiinl.iil oi.mKementv tot vocations the puw ink of inoai • %  %  n the United Klngdon "... M peasant foi pre*vooa< .i lechn trah lot PI i f farming instltuh iralnJnj .... setivel) %  ni, red In .I.no.ii. ... me |Ue tion of iiiiemptoyment among silntssiinl i %  lied in view -.f the gen ei.d unemployment rituatioo ai d ..i of the %  nent, It has not • %  %  tim deflniu oUi % %  i.< gls latlon ragsu rshlp Ii howevei bsani dnfted in the Ughl of a report i.. .i local ci.mmittoe and ;i lUrVey to determine the altsurp >.M i.ip.i. ,t> l IIIW LKB IMI%% III II and %  %  mnuNA I\SM i is.1111 it %  H. JASON JONES A CO. LTD %  Distributers %  id] Id i \4..CI -I" GKORl IBTf i N .1 Sr leaton, Fi. .\ D Caribbean R< ri Council) irrived n i J il; 22 II. British Gi ll\o The object .t his vlsll srtth the n a ,| Stall of the PuW^ %  I '••\i to fhe Initiation if rural libra i m il advlf e .in.l In tin matter ami will grant . i ,.. i %  i. ihi public dm mi. ihi irlod August :< of re-H .. til >i Up] Mi.' %  ., i %  1 Gold and Dollar Balance Mr Keriiiu asked the Chen cell.a Of the IbtCheqUfH if he H Ii i th%  > I Report I tab i ent showing the oV of each i 1'rotc.toriite and Trust Territory. Mr s. t'rlppn: I propo i n tl m xt isela&ce .f Payntant's WTtli I'apci lo give (Igurch of the m •>'> %  i. r set ii Inah "iu.ii Colon) Bui i .in •tEemtntng whethei i %  >• n valla hie information oaa ba pn %  tailed wo 1 nd inquired whether they interested. Only one firm took u|i lhe offer and imported 2,000 bags Customs accepted the description of lhe B.G. Government and so did the importer. Upon examination it was found that the consignment contained 20 per cent whole grains and the rest broken pislrU-t %  grains. The importer offered th • CC ti<,,.. commodity to his customers a* "stock feed" and It sold fast, but Whan he had 200 bags left the Trade Controller seized the stock on hand. The importer said he was awai'ing the outcome of the issue with interest because no licence is required for importation of stock feed from British Guiana "If 1 sold my customers grass to feeit their stock and they choose to go home and cook it and eat it, that i DOM of my business," he said Yesterday according to informu, ^ ud > ln ,! h ': tion from British Guiana, M not only provide employmanl tat i m '"it "in afford more tsffl k cassava In tl tit of lam %  •! and lhe mill i iva "ill be puricton and the Pon North Weal iowln p Ires and all further Iran Will Study B.G. Rice industry M %  KINGSTON for Ai ca. the Hon, I W I It British • %  nun. The dcv.iop'T Peter Baylor, manager of that * *"• f !" *** *£• "; du ,f > Colony's Rice Marketing Board. b*-en ..-iving the atler, BBM that the shipment was no", " •Rice Sweepings", which Is not OP'". 1 ""^ ex|rted. but broken rice • is shipped as "stock feed" First Wirc-Nuils Factory 'Hit.aSv* AMVQIHU I ..nop, to KING! First Of %  Bun %  %  factura of wire nails is pi larl i luctton In Jta October this you uitl. from Government, u loneat industry law It is anticipated that out I %  %  % %  %  day. Adams To I'raclisflnB.fi. %  !%  QBORGETi WN Britlsl %  %  %  %  > %  i iswyer, ilnigi I boat) i. who recently %  '..(*„nnbean undei the auspices of the 1 %  vtll i i I liumo during the %  ii..I. la coming borne with hi* ind three i hfldn ii. and plan t<> pf fore 'he Supreme % %  rolaliM's (ire Seams mi. i resent ior1 tn ol rwe potatoes Is r erelj %  aetti opal mat ter the Director of Agiicuiwne to) I the Adverale yeatl nb] H" said that ..round the montli <>t July and Am USl ilnie is fBBsMI .ii.nv but bar, Bantembf •ii. i.i genersll) | I • ipi I %  '..' % %  ii|.iMt,..| tlien l<..i|K-.1 With suitable wenlher the sii) pi-, ol pul.iNi liienm. .dinoiiii.illv large and then •( eoursa Ihey arc procsg %  Hour 'or animal', lead VOn THE BEST IN i minm mviieuii COVKBiNG "STLVEB STAR' COM60UEUM INSIST ON SILVER STAR 3 SPECIALS YOU'LL APPRECIATE JaetisA' dials Small W|m i" Siiii.il BtjrlM ^^jjfjf 1 ^ $4 0(1 mid *4 17 ftX,' •%  A Lovely Range of Design)! 18.10 • (pLctAtk (BaqA > In Black. Blown Red and] White ii ii TJ & $3 301 SEE THEM ON SHOW AT HARRISON'S DRY GOODS DEPI 'hlch tural organisations and IndlvldU far me is as to the Import developing the industry LITTLE TU THINGS M count CLASPS and BUCKLES I For l.adii". Dresses in Shade-. .f While. I!, d (irey, Gfttftn, Sulinmi. Itov.uood llrlio Bffjt earl, fnmi 2 N l \JL4 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. LID. W. II, 12 S 13 UOAD STMI' Fur Delightful Rrlrrsharnt We Oiler MALTED MH.K SANDWKIIKS TEAS—HOT DOGS—COOL DRINKS SERVICE Al KNIGHTS SODA FOUNTAINS Phoenix & Cily Pharmacies DISTINCTIVE AND DIFFERENT Out Buyer goaj yearly lo lhe Bnlnh /oduslllu Fall. IT ll guarantees Low Pricaa / YOUH 1EWELLEKS Y. 1)E LLMA & CO., LTD: 'Phone 4644 20, Brood Slreef S.HIJ HaatsHs ftas A Phgs tmhlall Ill-MUiU— Tins & f'.n i;4j" %  ivsef Ehsa ra i sfhlaal OsdssM BitMsa taashrteh Pasts -Beta. .V I", S^lle.l NotBoK | tfm pfssra — Bots. A HM PtataaMa HU. g Use OakS MixPjekars l'oulerIbki —Tln Salad C r-4in —Hi.ltlr* lahle Jelly —Paehas" T*lle KaUliin— Farfcasri J*in',^^^^^^VAV^XV^^>tV,V/,V//.V/VV,'A'/.V,'.*,V. GLASS BEADS for Milk Doilies Mr. Factory Manager LET P| HELP VOU WITH VOUB REPAIR PROBLEMS. m ifsgtff ass follaanin r< HTOCK bULTfl a NUTK Iron a Br


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M M>.U \l>V(X'ATh s| M>\\ II 1.1 .'.. I!'. ." I ilEDDIt MILLAR *iand* baatde the plan* duitnq IU construction at Baxter's Road. KGED MONOPLAMC a) Mr Millar -mrl Mi BuU.S. Army Stepped Up To 834,000 WASHINGTON. July 28 Id* United States Army plan-, it. bring iU strength up to 134,000 An increase of 240.L>O -ncer* and men over the ItH.OOG UDlfOnn, Carl Vinson. < bairmwi oi the House Armea St IMM (.'Ciniinittl't'. -IHMiUllr.-l today, The Inert-— %  planned unrtn Presidenl Truman** additional rxpenditurii-mrr gentry budgi-i request of 10.500.000,000 for lhr fiscal year l5l Vlmon Naid General J Law•00 (ollm. Army Chief of Staff tola the Committee that flSa.OO" 000 would be spent for tank.-, gun*, field artillery, and other"hardware equipment" — (Brat") WINGS OVER BARBADOS N-uded "Mu> Barbados" to do and mat was to encourage and Hit u| i cal interest In private n>riig %  | ..,! 101 u ,1 Man > aunt of the .i Cipriani to Barlilanc on i .: remember the Mr Jack Skinner Wc.tl.irhean to ; the map of V %  h win w nwDop&m 1 niched il %  %  . i II %  ; i. . ntti %  |4caaanl %  ii ,,'.•• m arkla %  %  HI the un%  Hi hour he rcreatina stor] of tho ljie and death of Mis* Qafbodol 1 \l:ss IliirhadoB" %  J A s.iimer BBld that ho 111 HH I %  and only nil and Mown In As far back a* 1632 1 Ida* or owning aod flying ;> *plana into something %  | :ty Mi. : hOBjdi he started uctton in a garage at the ..:. winged rnonoplana )at<. ram Miss Barbados icct, 8. Inch*! v strutted from plans •uppln-tl by the Allison Aircraft 'company of Ajnarld Working motUy on vi-ningj, j"niielimes at nigh* and on most these two young cnpleted the !i. <• When ii %  %  ..i the tjajr Mansion coulP '" longer aeoommodi peitnias!an by Mr. Doi. Jonnson to v.-* .. p-n of the buildl Ids Factory for rKmiinfc h This; hUtWInJ % %  ' %  %  houses the I Ice cream plant Engine Bengal Mr. Skinner NU able lb i,mchase a Gnome from the U.S.A. from surplus stock tium Hi* Great War of lttn-ia The late 1 Captain MHh.... ClpranJ of Trinidad, the pioneer i I prrvatc fiylng In that ULaud, was so interested in the I • Mr KIcinner was buiMIng .. t rtvata 'plane that ho %  %  DOdoa Ofl July to in l.i %  plant %  • rtuBUj I %  %  %  ..,ve as one of the thief reason*, for his flight, the with to see Mr •-klnner's plane and fa %  •. Bjrlng with him VI Bkmnor a iii 'Humming Bird %  trou rot -i short M.sa ilarbauo pi November of 1932 and from Sunday, November 6 to Saturday. 13 :,i tho request of Mr Manning II was put on iurbadw: Aquatic Club Krn For FUffhl %  %  Huh moo Unrod %  %  b i Tuesday. Novemlx Mi Nool Nl t, %  pilot and a friend of lh< ntrou and on its maldop rfoet lain n and i eUmb i nvo hundred pilot had to moke a forcea landing and the 'planted. The Advocate of November 10 gives the following description of (he maiden flight:" \MIF" "N nOAl u.ioirT ... Ycitciday afternoon Ml Jan %  kin I Ihe build* %  MISS BAJBADOS ON SHOW at tho Barbadoa Aquatic CIul,. Mr. Skinner and Mr Woath erhoad \Ao built it, and Mr. NlcholU tho pilot, poee beside it. rial BUhl 1' %  U I Church, i P*i asturc i" the ill i i i %  uittabl* > g a,o*utO j and n i rifcn*' ; (i | hemi u % %  i' %  • Ii >ub|iA. is LUiietJ up and Mi Noel i n the pilot took his scot L„ the .-o.ki.il The engine wn ..id Miss Barbados glided forward gracefully ruing into the air attaining a helghl of five hun r.-d feet Mr Nichollheaded twardl and she to be flying easily %  'IMP*' < rushes i unvfldling rib IUI i la i :•> ea, "Miss fewrbados" describei i>t 'i h< MHod to make a fort | MisU.iibados" . .,-„•' i i;t, Cuomo engine — ;i \ haa been discarded linci \x\~ When interviewed l^.t evemn %  Bklnnor, nothing . I is misfortune. annotUV ".entlon of bull. in K . otl % %  %  i lana in IhO neni L.UIH*-ft< i '" Taahi Mi Skitmei %  lid, Mrs I U fund with .. Vil v i ml assistant c to a schnie for re1 the piano w i iddtng in iihor one rhi5 MIX minil i rough : %  • i.ftrr f-e llnrhadm A*-.. Club Wi rormod, Mr. Skinner ,ivk-.i th %  Dnaon of the fund ftn i %  an Ft) the noni %  a ihe eped II the newly formed alufi as i i louglit that li was nerving u um purpoae that lu i i Two More Try .h rredalia Mulai. M.C.P. add Mi Gordon Butchei also had their try at the ainateui high winged nii.iioplanv matter of fact. Mi. Millai ma yesterday that he N. Koreans Use Russian Weapon WiUi M.i. Aitiun Headquarters. KOREA, July 28 North Koreans are wldeiy i.'ing Soviet self-propelled-gun mechanised vehicles closely relembling tanks and often confused with tank*. American officer ed the idea of conslrucnng %  Jit i here today It was a weapon piano when he was onl> eighteen 0 f support, far more vulnerabl • ears old. than the lank but could knock lie began building a •plane with out a tank, he added. ie .isMstance of Mr. Hugh Grant %  Bank Hall but the idea fell '•'*' i ';>, armoured, it weigh"* h ;'bout 11 tons and is highly mobl!<' However Mr Gordon Butch^"J*^'( '"fif* " \£ l l m ~ .-. i.mi.i %  > hih o" roads and 10 miles an honr ar and he began to budd %  high 8 country It carries about 70 Winged rnonoplane >'• %  > • round , (f amrnun i,ion and has of 200 mile* without nReater x ;:^ad, from blueprints suppUtd by Peyton Haul of th, U.S.A. '/u'eUhi* _1 iuctlon was almost com,.ieted and the job would hav> ^en linished If import restricUon.nad not prevented importation ol die materials necessary for finishing it lh<> completed construction ol tho under-carriage, fuselage, arid Motor mount and had the engine •stalled Mr Butcher broke oil W||h MarAnhur ., H eadqu JOURNALISTS MISSING By Jl l l.\N BATTES work at Spr(nger"i. Foundrs Lo rn.,ke two trips to .Cmada: to .. (M| ^ ^^ ft much needed material. He had Simmons a British Newspap. I ^ .Miitnn II lint* ^t i KORFA. July 21 A passport belonging lo Stepho;. a narrow gocapaj on returning frorn Of II '< Ipi -I • II (hi C N S rpi "i H .; OUI BC "•" %  led ihe mghwlal and :. I-. hero '' in pondent imssir %  >n a flight to .tie Kuieau front yesterday, was waihpd a*hor in Japan today Only one survivor had so far been found, of 23 pa< lensn i PlasM On jhuw it three-man crew when \i. The plane *pul On now al Jlakotu Tvpo OOUrlgjf PsOBO tfuatrlnl 1-MiiUtioi pmnged into the sea eight miles I ember, l. and crowd* ifl tho shore o( O^hlma Island lathtioll aK'UIUl ii to %  • %  %  I % %  % %  ti-om %  lostrang! IhC A Japanese hshrrman lait nigh'. lartad linnand ggfln !und the wreckage of the plan. Bu failure to get permimon to which the Americans identiflwl tool lilting* A special Fescue Squad of warbor materials for tiiiishlng "hips and fishing boats was conltd to a *taleinutc. and tinulnp the search for suryivor. the vi'inr is novi too old i be %  eiditionod. Mr Millar had a warm v^rd to iv for tho tdndnesa and Intercut %  own b v Mr Harold Manning of tho Barbados Aero Club. He had i reoented them with suffici-nt alr%  nft cloth for covering th< fii'ellgsj arid tlio v.. Some tselul Ciills rhe I ...i \ n club had %  o in.' lo thorn a gift of tho liefa itcrviccabla oftei their own trainhad nashed. Mr. Oharlet Racza, unother next month to give m | !" rrember of the Barbados Aero mission at St AndrewChurch Club, had given them some very Covt and St John. East Const i ful Ddsfi and ends that had Cove and John. East Coast. Demed to be of great help in the erara nstruction nI the 'plane. II \'illar said that hi* brother Rev J M. Eby. tie Vicar of i nther Millar had joined Mr. £ %  Andrew's has announced that Butchei and himself after they ,n 1 Dean will arrive on Augiist had boktm construction of the •* %  an the Mlssiou w|l| ly> held Mane aid had green them conJ""" August 25 to September'1 derablc assistance. There will be four services each He snd thai they were sorry ^ .v ai'8 a.m 9 a.m. 3 p.m and n >ho> did noi get ii chance to 30 p.m their olane and have It Thr rV; "' will be assisted at ml thov till talk about lnc wviees by Rev. L. C. Gor.uiothoi one mnndy of St George's Cathedral. —Renter Deun Of Trinidad To Give Mission In B.G. !l-:i.*l... A.IM.JI, CorrnpofMlrnl i GEORGETOWN. The Very Hrv. J EM. Asliirlh. Dean of Port-of-Spaji: llti yfltiti brings ilemti tfiitl When M-indulgence in food an( grigg ca oaek liflMdache or stonidi' disClfi rt Alka-Seltser brings v<> First Ai Drop DM or rwn tablet n a glss. of water. Watch it %  %  lisaolve Into a sparkling, plc.is.r tasting solution. Not a laxative can take Alka-Seltrer at ANY Alka-Seltzer r\ r&M Veiny fuu. on. 'KEPLER'/ On the go ** all Amy and growiag, too; a* wondaicaildien need extra nourishmeat. Gevo thorn Kapler' and see hew they thri and gaan weight — at is rieh in the vitamiai their groving bodioa need. Its ntalty*aweat laossar ie •* fliasant toe. Adalu will find 'KansW* a rool eteangtheasi hi saaT s Ja m a m 'IEPLBI'. c— ueaa ou, wua N*LT Bssncr ^<3$ I I /-->'; for the Red While cV Klue Pump Globe l..i i,i. tor elegance anil dTicifitted wuli %  IMMJM hanUle i-.f eoinon and easj contiol, ilkG.E.C ihly and %  irii-di; vi'U: h ini..pi t Choose MICHELIN the supple tyre of quality IH£ CITY GARAGE TRADING CO LTD. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS -, cimuM atcm.co. iic. w fNr.iN0 Ontnbutort Dear's Garage Ltd. 127 Roebuck Street. Bridgetown JSSs* IOSSSVW,^ {•A lUIIOUiHS WILlCOMi a CO. PODU ttfi tmmm fw % %  < %  < % %  C.... lat, il IrMd I [CAR OWNERS... Get Better Protection Longer Life for Your Car's Engine! NEW Mobiloil • Makes Englne> Cloanr. • Prnvonts Unncceiwiry W*ar. • Imorovns Car Parformonct. • Reduce Gas and Oil Consumption. lM|y IN. .".I.^l.. p*w*( el %  • -••H1..-TM--., .-,..-. O.IN.M D New Mo,.(oil help ke*o oor engine free or depoil't that came weor, v ;ie hiol ond oi Don't risk rrooble Chonyto Ne*. Mobiloil, today. WORLD'S LAKCF' SEILING MOTOR OIL OAKPPIEK APST1W ft I'O. LTD.—ArrnU JI2. The ELECTRIC "HANDYMAN" Light Sanding, Polishing and Drilling Machine only $52. ESSENTIAL In the garage INVALUABLE in the factory INDISPENSABLE (or all drilling and Polishing operations. IHHUi IOI IIS NOW roit I'ltOMi'i in i it i in THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietor. Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets Phone 4200



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SI \i>\\. Ji i.v ::o. i;n Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE PACE E1.F.VEN Centenary Of The Consecration OfSt. Matthias\[Z£HiHG SKIM SAED! Il JoIlM 1*1 lllt.ll) Of all (ha Chapels in Baibadoa. B1 i* by fm thi ors to these shores. atad in district, and Is ban of %  %  1 %  it cckbi. • %  %  u*t. !M1 IXodWr Bishop Coir: —421. tin I %  I %  %  people could i" %  d|U . Chapels. n:io m I %  Iith. ItSl; bu I both It*-..! pnwi Church That hid been before he tfuve up thi oflka Mr. John M-iy i |Ti I and public spirited man. rraltsI ing the need of a Church in the Hi ." %  district, nave threein IWacont,. '."'A"*".' M Iween llic Ractot •>! arm Church, OH Rev. C C. Gill. Bd I'" ", •">•: ""g building ol Th,s Cround •" closed in 18M CHURCH SERVICES m r ~ 1. -,.,l> J A U 1.1 In H C M< SONI1A. M. % % %  ... %  in >i f rown Mr. Mayer* for th< the Church. This contract wi for the sum of £3 I faded in 1841. and further agreement was mode hy truRector Ui lake over the un:;nA TK\M( \R on thiHMMBgt %  •%! opposite the H.-nn... K... k nol >rterdav. nut Inward* thr dine <>l Hitlast century, when tram cant ran a* far a* the lla-tliio Rock*. One hundred >ears ..en. Juaf about Ihr time St. Matthias < hurrh u*< lielnc buill Ihe llaatlnf> •MM WVJ the *ea*We n-sort for llarhadians It I* now thr H*UI dlxtrlrt ihe baitoour ol si Xhotnaa on thara war* i*" over ihe ata < Novambar loth IN." "Ha. only one. ihe one at "Haattnfa Baths .' %  i Hiding, and to pay Mr. Sr ., „ SThorn^Tutor thousand pounds. In 1848 when n ld'v A RatCt was apjxitnted to Si Katthiaa' Dfatrlel tha church had not been completed, but by tha Lntarlor bad and m aarvtca an bald % %  "inch the of tin Fon w. w Jackaon, praacfaad Although thi* Church m started during the i-piscopnte of r Colarldga, dua %  Lha failure of the contrail an.I other %  completed at) it by ln •. i Thomas after the yellow fever epidemic There are s-everal grim reminders of the ravage* of this horrible paid the sum of £75 per .i nubia tomb BM tha use of the Chnpel. The thoaa who Chaplain ol thr Porcaa conducted lost their lives on board tha H M %  •n lot for soldiers at 8 a.m. '. Sunday, and the Vicar con* II II • Am 1.1 1? I. Winter I pm Winter Tow ard s the close Of the bkM century. MM tram-cm ran as far as Mattings. Hocks, and II i> ona at 4 3o p.m fur those within lirtna mamon when tht bados in 1852 who had been on duty during houses at "Coconut Walk" were H M J pina, Pomaror, an American, who did ind noa] Ital during the awful much to put Barbados on the mlttad to tha daep. AM parvisitation of the hurricane of tourists' map His coach and iabad by Yellow Fovar, which August 11th 1831 This momihorses with their bugler was a broke OUl at sea on leaving m nt m moved after BM Oarragular Saturday night event in araa withdrawn from the Bridgetown, during the winter .md re-erected ut Ihe top "cason. when he took guest-of Bush Hill. DWn his hotel for drives through Ona hundred years ago the the City and Its suburbs One Hasting i We! n Iba aa Ol his favourite drives was DTt of the inhabitants of through the "Belle" Plantation ."..;::,• %  ntt i<> show Hwaa Iba "haunted can be found in the old papers woods." ivi.itint' in ihi* houses inuatad along this coast. One of these h BE id by Hr J. Pairman. who draws the public's attention to his bath-house at Hastings, a shoti way above the General Hospital (Pavilion Court) Ann's, situated li %  iltod 'Shark*! !d from the surge oi tt *.-., by a ledge of rocks, anil t'.Mi inside is very smooth avai baa al low tide than t-iur feel deep. Tbll l.vpe of bath-house built *or Hotel." Iba sea was a common sight chased by BAHK n MI • %  p-l lUHTVmi < Ml Ml M Ol I,Oil CM -i li. i vv srr KniN i BhsraaunM aas %  n I Naaa Rev a Ui>.Uh SiteM Rev J I MORAVIAN IU ML K STHWT K. Kir..— N,. oHArc nni \' s.->. I wti i p.sa i ... %  -, %  as t w m Mi • ulinpar .1 1 Mi K Mnn.iiHl Vnu-f i,.llm1 li t.*l. Kn I t Servirr |>*IW|M-< MONTTiOMntV evnimi aarrhM WrrhM •miimi i DUNaccaiai 1 p m Bvi-t III Hill i K S Kcknilmiuhlaa-s.aMr J hv • -• J*i ibr .n, .pfeJilx dWfhT' wo mnai pomplei MiJ .-pen -fi SflSaa cfc***r^l Vh.u ii<|u.J brain Awi puc(rMr th* IIMIUICJ ..in UMuei, MM k (Sf fewennt serfni i"J anrcaatawadasttai a'h*trv*rfart>* kin irmiMr ii sinng vou r*u< and Jiwmi i /IMA l'SOKt\NIV UOI1 S. gMurnoNi, mn KI V HEAT. MAUVRlASORI-SoiHINl.TORM uU tea arrto*"*"" %  "OBJrful |1HI) Frenpn,.n mil B i.c uttiani trtirf PnKvfit, anJ ITi* P*-'*->v>**'*v From Hastings Kocks to the Marine Hotel was open pasture, and the Hocks' was the resort of die >'iirig and old when the Military Hand gave concerts on Wednesday nights. During the twenties and early thirties of a natural this century there were great Hole.' which changes in this district: the land referred to was sold out and i %  %  raetad. The old residence known as "Homestead" w.i. purchased by Mr V !\m.iino and opanad n* tha "WindTtus w.is later pur%  vndu.ile and th i nunuM i ist i iir.i i nni -i QariM MI i ii...........,. i,.,, li., .„,., 11 III S Ml. IBM s.l.l.-, I "I I •„...„ li.VI BMOM Ii I J.,i,n | i %  rul evr* ,.,,* ilm IBMUI Iu.iti' ..K| JI1 kinwath Qd ra* i.n.-t-i .iuu.i ... ii. 1HI....I. S>.> TIM llllil^ l'..r thr %  H H.i to IkH Kddv %  II.. ST. MATTHIAS ( III IU II. celebralei. the Ontenart of Us O si r iinm on Ausust 2. the e.irly part of this century, praaanl stru.ture erected The and continued to be enjoyed l>> <>M Si Clair' was purchased and tha paopla of Barbados until the pulled down and the Uoynl rough sea. caused by the near erected in Its place The "Hastupproach of a hurricane in 1021, mgs" added the present thifr destroyed them. Up to this time storied structure to the old btulu iug, and the "Ocean View" to** in the adjoining, residence which was previouslv knowi Col Villa* which Hi the late nlnetle* of the last century WM nni DJ Mrs bnoajana Baon, and I h %  while the late J. D. lemming ran 'Chateau' by Mrs .1 f li nt •i i Baa viewMACLEANS yssionim TOOTH PASTE Women know it" ensures lovely skin TransportCosis Cot repair and auuntenaocc cows by having your FordsooVsa regularly checked over by us. Now is a good time to bare your brakes sad steering overhauled and your engine tuned'Up. And if you're thin k i n g of buying a new truck, let us tell you about the latest Fordson Thames Models. We will ge you fullest details without obligaurm. Fords OIY V**t*Kam**~fcKk CHARLES McENEARMY & CO., LTD. mrttiiK SNOW protect* UM akka horn OHI %  ml dkrt... (Medi it-ioa*. mm roots UM akla -.madlaUlj ippbad > %  %  Sg ra/n /lei aad aMrfisMM UM akin, p waaa w that ahmy took • launina ih.....u, 1,1 -. |il, li". %  |.11.. i 'wait' I It It 11 ED!! MASSEY HARRIS 6 CYL DIESEL ENGINE WHEEL TRACTOR 42 B H P Also available with Half Track" Mum Fealurei KATTERY IGNITION • BELT PULLEY POWER TAKE OFF WHEEL WEIGHTS • LIGHTS • li FORWARD OEARS and REVERSE ON DISPLAY AT OUR SHOW ROOM Price* on Application Your Enquiries Cordially Invited COURTESY GARAGE White Pl k Rd J *::•.• v.'.-.',-,*.-,',Robert Thom Ltd Dial 4616 ,;;;;::*,* t r '.' r ;;::* / *.* r ;*,w* l s i. m HAZE LINE SNOW > IUIIODCIS viLuaaa a co. FIDSCT FERRODOR METAL PAIXTS „t QualilH FtRRODOR PAINT will solve your problem ol Protecting Steel from the ravages of Corrosion. City Garage Trading Co., Ltd. VICTORIA ST. 4671 TO SERVICE HwnVSrrWJi! % \ M:W YORK ^g/a I.KAVK BARBADOS SATURDAY MORNING AND ARR1VF. 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PACT. TUI I \ I Australian Rovers Camp Meal In St. Vincent Arrives SUNDAY ADVOCATE Rt'NDAV, JUL1 :(. I3I> M. %  %  I I CNj W lllrpsw WlUi a board a smile could 11 1 otchara %  SIIIIK I W.I nwble -i l.n %  %  %  l %  %  %  lo purchi and nn thai Ihev P ul1 nd were surprised tu sth.butch. %  table IM %  bapp* to Austral! A hutch, i %  %  %  V I.... -,. ...• %  creased on tl< ., thf K;ill\ %  u.stead of weighing %  I BslaSa (Ini i. | lariated oti the left .11. > u. %  %  M l • %  i Aftci he %  .... \ait li LI II MUTH An I '-' "W be given ,:. i. %  ., V M i %  MMonday DW a g r„ !" J^\*V h '* i,w, I %  • clu, -r "' r ranged for the month i I %  %  %  ... Ml !. T ittdulCTfi St. James Poor ReceHe Howard Wins Gifts From America Seholan^ %  f tin Harbado; Police Fnrer goes to ;..T;.I. will be a uirfi f< llow-erorst rs *Tm; i.ss or s'.'en M. wa .v G'-oin. M..Kji-H Hail. 51 HiHi .I i :ne FOJKN. lhal the money WMJ irmuvtil iroi his houe betwfii Friday C Xl.l HIV Nl(l| || I hnsl Churcn. iul>oi tThal Barbadians can be grateful • ,, Aid Societi e > 5^ LjS**' 7T" : %  ''-**-',.. by the poor I asaenbled at tha IJKIV uf the Dale Lodge Room, Oraiu^...t "M Hill, yeaterda) to receive gifts of elothh ron Am ] Treaaurai of toe Si White Hall. SI nded %  few year* ago %  ii Itrl Will .... n a The DC TI I %  %  %  %  %  au r on "' the 26th (Welches i Group eelebfUtad th.ol the formaCxesj on Thuradi The 7.1l. ed to the UN I I %  i i St TV ... day and four dress lengths, valfunctioi I celebration wr* ued $22 hj uu proparp A wife Nora Stouur were reaweod. .< S t PI lllp'a Tl .yV School. d..rN MIIWM OSS ...ed at iru uh tch tha ltoCII .„.,„,,,: junction of Prince Alfred Church Parade at thand Chapel Streets; on Friday at churaji This %  ... loUowad In %  Headquart w.-ii h. School A-hlrh the A U I.., I . Etc r T '• ronera'iJ which I i about 12 ill p in bat* tar X.BO. owned by Jr I an Road, Christ Church and drivon by Hartli I i Jones Land, CarruiKtoti VIU St Michael, and .. Meycla ownad ,. l and rtddan by Cyril Ldrneh Dash Viill.-y ST <;.. ... The front wheel of the I V damaged A LSTON IIAKI'LR o( Halls Road was Injured when he hi* leadersh was Involved in an afflfchnt while riding his bicycle aloaaj Broad Street on Friday morning Also Involved in th. |i was nw/jr tar S 102. owned by Charles Duncan of %  '!' • St Jnirie-. and drlvan b) Lanunta Morris of the same address O NE AND A HALF KXMMM Of third crop and four and .i half acres Of fourth rop youni: ere destroyed when a f\ • i W. ladles |„.-. has been %  ndl in Mr. Aiieynr who eondii UOD v*j-; :M. \. K s A M-.i.i. r, \'. 'i m i i rge, Vicn oi st Sua stbana, He\ R o Gaorgv. urate ol 9 I I I i I %  ftuEWMfl I %  ilothinE, fond, etc. wen buted %  • hlli art Y.W.C.A. Fund A i.)mi .uuli.ii. ol |104.4 II. v H C ^ Fund Tl total ha bad SOB. was only S3~6(HI ..i %  Oltndon Reeii, lar, Mr eaervi -I (ha U under 1 riulalelKls Bcoul oi lovai in Stamp Culleetlnjj and willing t" corraapond i %  tn -i King's b bo mm.,. %  %  -. .|. nuurters. leaving tha island f amp In Si VlnCIIII. the Rovan bald m mtn crew camp at Si PhiU| %  %  %  i %  •• %  ti. %  S2IIOO. NMI \ . 1 %  i I Best of Tym Bottom %  Mr Alfa % %  • %  %  %  all in |l a help th, pooi .. landi i ad -i • i ,-, | .,, an '"'1': He | i i; %  when he return nee Weal brothari and d b %  *. % % % %  red at Society PianUikm. $&**. "!'. SaIu f da> aDd Sund -J fron Dughoul t island I irned oul %  ivirlnnt thl SO/Fine %  St. John, at abOUl 3 Friday The tyres ;md platform of motni lorry J I?T prope rty of C N Keece of tha ware also da bwed In 'he nr* It U understood thai the lore, which was being driven h% Julian Pordr of alv Rail ii John wo* In the flei.i f %  .-> %  when II lr %  Uter tl ba'-*-np i i • tha m '^ ll A H" •'" Bntn cana and lorn are In' Mill FOR %  quantity Street on J i Service ind aftei S ii tl "' btt "! ",, are will be a loasc raianew Heoma I tlonsM idrireMed Scouts In the island which will Hcnd M d thai alp the i imunlb mtenl Aftct iho amp broke up %  < llivyclv. Car Collide % %  lael, was %  hen ha IfaHon with • The bl< lc w.i.t %  Standard IV at tl a 81 Staphan*! Boys' School, was chosen from tea '; ; who took Barrisi Mi .iti: | . n alb %  >' Bei (or three %  %  : .t *iii oa i tha bo) lr ofurther t\ Fuud I ., %  il which %  • . I i %  %  ventuall) tooh ini oxasoi Be pointed oul mbei a* the %  : % %  lo bent P — one 1 %  tha other i a gtrl. I\o More Housee Tor Flooded Area Say: Housing Board THE HOUMUS Board frsSsS 11,1 K 1 "tat no re-erection U houses on the flood areas shoul %  %  ted At a meeting of th • Board i elii laalaidaj the matte,%  aid membara exi ressed the hope that the Gov % %  rnineni would soon send dowi. IcckslaUon to preveni ana rei pi bag of the Delamerv and Hall | Road areas The Government does nut wis;i purebaai U* the Board was udvisad yaatardsv in a letter from the Financial Secretary. This arose out of th forwardmg of an >ffer for sale of the land by tne Barbados Cooperative Hank fcitkniecr Available [ha csarl losrd read a letiei t, members from tho Finnnt ul Secretary, infornun; them that the Dm-etor of Hiahways and Transport had agreed to make the services of Mr. HarrK "— % %  '*llptet ConSMP r* eo-s -' %  ash %  %  gaaaam %  %  %  11 "" JrElastopias FIIII •!• B.CS1.HC |||....ad STRENGTH %  %  iiU iiorvei em-.el-ed II %  ... n,.i. %  \/./:I TONIC l mill naloret h.:iiih. raoU and titalift RAIN STOPS POLO, TENNIS The lawn tennis matches which vsere lo take place at Strath,!... -veiling, had to L. iiostponed owing to ratn. A hard down pour fell during mid-day. hut the sun came out during thafternoon and It seemed ., Save been possible. Aboi4.15 p.m. the rains came agair. and although falling for a shor all pools of water collect. i .1 op the courts. Due to rain members of th Barbados Polo club played n •hukkns nt the Garrison la van • ruth yesterday evening ?sr*~ y i. 'THE ouiiing u/.. to a glass of Andrew* gives a pleasurable feeling of Ircshncss. Bui that* not all I Andrews ensure* limir Cltaniuuu through Its gentle lautiTc action, and keeps you fit and cheerful. Andrews deans the mouth, senlei the stomach, tone* up the lirer. sod anally, gently dean the bowel*. At any lime of the day, when you fed in need of B refreshing, invigorating drink, juit take one teatpoonful of Andrews in a gLatt ol cold water ANDREWS LIVER SALT THE IDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE MI* to remember... CHANGE NOW r o*l G00D i *H CARE COUNTS] isstsjiiuna a %  %  %  ROSES ///// %  /'//<:( Htm sayi taui m HEM A€AIN/ for (ena am snort drinks Lnb. L a a lEvns s co. in • Lotion with OH, Sihikiiii Lotion WITH OIL brings a inpl,benefit to dry bait. It replaces the naiural oils which are lacking: it acts as a dressing as well as A hcalth-gis .JIB lotion: it contains I'ure SiK iknii, the' hair's naiural food. A few minutes daily massage with Silviknn Lotion WITH Oil -ill bring nc* life, health and vitality to your hair, and wil lossp ii perfectly groomed thiougliout the day ASM nil 1 Silvikrin LOTION WITH OIL .•(*•, kaseanrONni ro LONOON irtt. L^jg Dlre r Airmail jjjj fatherly Advke J^ I THE STEPPING STOi ^S TO SUCCESS Don t hesitate about your future G :onfident that The Bennett College w iej you through to a icund position in you choose The Bennett College are Individual. There'i a I personal touch that encourages qu.ck progre*; and makes for aari/ %  Iktrbados Goes On Fiesta . IN "A NIGHT IN CARACAS" (IN TUESDAY, AUGUST I, MM AT Til CHIUhWS GOODWILL LEAGUE (Tilt SHED) (iroin X p.m. U) 4 u.m.) Hfllo My Frtmdi . I'll V HKNSON and MADAM OI.INDV dUally inviti jrou to dwlr Grand Farewell Dance & Floor Show : .starring : MADAM (HINDI -.forgettable CARACAS NIGHTS n i i..il bombardment titled — Come lo the • CHOOSE YOUR CAREER *...-..-.. I., hVKK ceo. SM o... %  a& M.-.-1 an uo,-,,, -..- rt-.l ~l ..... i~...lag .. • fknaai • -Direct Mai to DEPT. 188THE BENNETT COLLEGE LTD. SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND ll\\( I Ol \! | I)\\( I S -now OF MX snows Mt;iU OI \|.|, NUiHTS • %  pecially ira featuring l ; ARKE ADMISSION _ | Sf B.i I iblc l).nrs Opart bean 7 p.m. C and II Early --3a "HARD] (iRAS"



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PAGE ftll'RTEEN SUNDAI \ll\Ot Ml SUNDAY, JL1.Y M. l.5u CLASSIFIED ADS. HARBOUR LOG k ?e, I %ilOK MIT A Tee T.. ururnn... Met (unrnl "ill leave he" UM residence OrcenArld.. St l.chaJ .%  n (or the OrUlo.1 • Rad. and thanre tu the We-ibus C-inrterj |-"end. ... ae-i M -' %  M1M IN MEMORIAM Ma* C* inn* you I ^, I ', M ,V %  uered I.' RITA. IWA. HAB*..H.D i*VM*U IH> rtlHHiA AFt-lra. *.*... ML'-TCL STWLLA VA1.LIE. 'HMW | . .... ,„.. ..I "uidMV I IK STAN! "P "n *•" Juh. IMS %  Thoee M thai land %  >( P*a* dMd .iat OHM* j'al Meier. (locdiMMr tMataHi *T ,.,: H %  %  %  !' %  % %  I IN loving memoiof our Dear Mothe* II* ORAJfHVM K> p->d my July M*h 1B On* >r haa p-utaed -** that Tli* onr * loved > tilled ai Sbep on den orr rejuf taah la ',, %  :IJTI£ linr.dft will loll no n For thoee wu lovqd. vou did your fr'Oll SAM AUTOMOTIVE .vlOlUan v)il Cyrl< In food .\tMIB*ui Molol Ml phr-ie SMI M 1 SO~n 0 S A MoWr 1't..M > rf 7.tS-dn VAI X I ..: •**• oo Hint Mi ELECTRICAL ** %  % % % %  HrrmcifBATlSI, VNIT li % inch by & liven Twin Cjl TrK" Combined rteti.gcallfig unit with driving aaot.,ioh.il.ir rundenan int>.u and with HI. f_* tfai — 11 -atila LIVESTOCK MECHANICAL BIKE* : %  Co. Lid ZiOMt f I Mill HrVI M On* Lgjgr Ihdioorn W nd wt.r.i 'Ma.-i..i i"' J01
th H-.I........ ml Dr.. Iwnii apenina Ml a*. r.t.lali lading -. AH haaEl JUT*, l.tn from *u( Irt !•*" .1 i— .<> .. %  ..... no-. maT'iM n-ATS—Ona) well lrr.H*Md A i nfumlihod N T'i. A.*. HWI-|i A*Mo a aM Co I I—Hi*mi, %  > %  '.. I Wfpal Lighting plant. Da.iblr lv a Nichoil. A Co lolKiior*. ISI-1 %  i M Telephone am Ma . t JHWHAVBr Crane Caatt, furnl. i<*dnrn_ Watrimiii •<.ph. LMr, Doublr aaraa*. I Srrvant re. •*-'AfrH hathtnl hrarh. Km-finlrt. rv' lialf Urti-'il-r Dial **tt HT3A ) ROOMS — IJII fumithfd to>i< %  •Ty tool rwintnf *X*r With o* wiih%  "it hnard Trrm, nviina'r T-i IMiln walk to Clubi CII Cm Dial X1M Tlir "tNCOOKHV Iwr Waatbur N nrandiAB#*rh T*o room* >|4>'o%(d li-iia* Apply m. pmilai< PUtmiraM at • nf ur IfOMTX aaah wilti running public lonrriA *arvi IMHI.K Minus Rrstoi) it HM\I w cloard from .paa Tuaada*i T so>m ml* lhat hta W"w * Satuiday tth July, lit Alaf £20 MOhfTHLY EASILY wraM at homa In ipu* lallru| In *Uinp. Ho aporiancnrccaMty fcilUbh. lof allhw . 1 alio tint tart you with ttudanU in Culoiiloa and Domlnlona lor pan cor•r>poiidaiili Kncloao t't atamp An Mall only Uko faa day. T Partln. Ion. Proaparl Houaa. 3 Wlan Boad Ulh Lanca. IngUnd. CHIROPRACTIC RESTORES HEALTH In Carlisle Bay i itKM fcr. n t* I i Hunt. Miu %  %  MAIL NOTICES MAll I %  Par.rl *nd R^iatorvt Vail, al 1 (> m Urdlnwy Mall at I I July IfM iho UnlWd KII>,.I %  %  %  -ill b> tinrfd ..' tral pnat or. %  M -if J'ai.aH Mail al 12 MM UKirinr %  Mall ai I v m Ordinary Mall al 1 p m OP IK* IK Auus during ihr rnon!h5 i,f August. COTTUE, CATFORD & Co 30 7 50 2n. SO SIMPLE MANILLA ENVELOPES >*" x SS" $3.50 per 1,000 PADLOCKS from 12c. each Jan IM turn of a tap TM R*Jlo Of a Oai CooKar and a Child to.. s n PEJUXCT BAKTNG HtSfl T. r..ii and M lb* lt.-.i Uai Cookan JWMSHIS S / 1 IHtXI H 1 — AND — in mm tin. HAVE YOU GOT A | COLD or COUGH IF SO TRY BROWNE'S CERTAIN ( i ll (.11 CUKE Tho Uniijdo Remedy far Coufha. CoM*. Broach Itta, Sol* Iniaai. Moaiaatuna. Bionchial ArUmu, Whc-.pm Coua*. D ii a w v( Uva t Pet; and Lunai, *tc ate. A". :.! %  nd Propr**lr) Medicine l*nc< %  will U> publUhct] ^ Under thl* Order the maxiiinii lip* Milk of Magnenia" are as (ollOWl MAXIMUM KF.TA1L, ITEM PhUllpi Milk of Magnesia UNIT OF SALE 4 of. bottle 12 OJ 90c. IlF.PARTMr.NT OF HIOHWAYB AND TRANSPORT HIGHWAY NO. 3A is closed to through vehicular traflta CaiUfj Gran! atirf t'liimi-t .<. %  ViUKe. FOII s\i I • NAIL SCISSORS • TWKRZERS • FILES • SHAVING BRUSHES • RAZORS WINDSOR LODGE" Government Hill, St. Michael BICYCU. on. 1 Sptad AUbaid-l. i Ml (Ml MM ardor, dmnletiv.i". I ..irk Ball A l.iaht tpnrr ai>io, Apply to Rauban Ollkaa Co Ad. '. M-...i %  IWSCELLANEOyS r NOlfCE i .ii-ii or at mm Maynard road loading Horn Wyndi.v io J**uaaJam Aaiuuhural Matum ikaaad t Iraflk |v order of th* Commlaalan*ra E H CHAIJXNOB. Iniprrtui l High**av*. "' •*•** ANTIQtrEA— af aimCMIui. ola J Win rrotouri Corly I %  : % %  .n iw at Oorrtrufaa Annum ad)ouiln| Royal Yacht Llut-iile Dial I CALYPSO RECORDS. forty ca|Mtltlaa. enl) ion tarh. com* and (at tham A IIAIINES a •'<• LTD li T SO -T F S ACCOUNTANCY. C(*T ACCOtrNTIM, COMPANY SIT BETAKY SHIP UfMiK KKKIINI. A %  !• raoniha la bHUtva MMlMaT t !" i-r i Hci-Kn lard leu award ol l>l|.oma aAaaorlat* or rrllnw* ".III quality you ur IH*I.I atatua h) aparr-ll'iv poalal alud* '• %  drUH. .111. i... Tnr ITIiKlpal UlNDun SCHOOL 'if ACOSONTAHCV II :.uk* Hlm-t. SI Jair.r* lund.m. 8 W I England IS T JO An HURRICANE RELIEF ORGANISATION A practice of certain sections of the Hurricane Relief Or.;. will take place on Sunua>, the 30th of July. 1950. bttwsen 10 SJn. and 1 p.m. The ftequcii'ii-. lhat may be used foi bvoadciulinK atTSJ 1.1; 5.4 and 214 megacycles or wavelengths of 42.25; 55.55 end 140.2 metre* respectively 2. During the prarlU* il i pl.inind to lest out the rocket Bring. e<|ulpment to be used in connection with hurricane wamlnss at the Police Stations. 3. This notice Is Issued to allay any alarm Which mas be caused by the discharge of the rockets or by DMBBIfai which may be picked up by privnte wireless n* I 26.7.50— 3n SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. aalllai Iran ABIIUICIBI. )l*iui4in • %  >• Aalaiary %  S -ABMKTA July IK. If. tlth M S 'IIECfllA %  Aii| a. V Sth M S "IIKMtNA" SapI J. Blh K.Hint fioM AajKUrdBM and D. i St %  -COTTtCAAuKuat lath Six Acres attached For all particulars apply . H. H. WILLIAMS. OBBBK Pin/old SL Dial 2676 CALL IN TO-DAY AT COLLINS' DRUG STORES Broad and Tudor Streets. C CARLT0N BROWNE I WholeaaU A Retail DruiiUI Jt 1U. .Uebaek Ks. nial -1 %  £ ;*.*.;', *****&***'**;*,*,.*,;'£ I I'lllilir \lllln|i||< iliini! I [ WEEKES AUCTiOM j § MART & BUSINESS | PREMISES THF 01.11 RFD STORE PEHSOKAl. I Slon* Dial nviii* credit lo ml -il. M MA KJH TA Ml .AC KM AN mar O.eavra. aa I .1 nut hold in -II ie.p.m.11.1* lor har 01 .,.i..i,. afcM U i,iractlna am debt 01 drbl. In in* name unleaa b\ a -rltlM mdar alned b] BM Sad rUBTAIT. MKBTiiN HMUKMA%  "I"'""'VlllBf]*. chrM Churcti TYRFJl AND I, H %  I, N i I and oil.i Oldhan, II plate lattlerlaa F!"fl.re AW Strtel Fhdii inanMaM Company TraaalMr !ii:*-ifi, TOILKT I'AI'KR J. menl -'CAMKIIA" and l-ap*. Obtainable Ir TS -aTTOR" IViaoi SnUahU lor Ocll* ill a .a'i ....I >. further i Impoil A F.ipxil I WAXTEII NCID MAID li.-1-r Ai.plv io Mr. Orey ii lodge, CollMtiore W 7 SO an YOtlNU M. prr.jaellonUl !.<> %  Clrlclty a reioiTUiirndueiir-lnatng i-oplaa Of inliali Counrtl "Waba. VI Sft-an %  J'-:,. Ma-!.• Pa>ir %  U-'.ama. Stamp Contt&lian^i. B W I S1S 4P tiAMTrn TO pn "1I> M'AUtC MACIUNFS Mta G.-.-1 ,•— pak3 Al Vaughn. KaTaT si I.OMT A HM Ml LOST irtt'i Laid be re-aided i hater v rmdar will %  u I he Pre^ m T soin M i l H h K I almosi daily injure thetnsetveSi often cut ihcmiclvcs. injure their knee* or elbows by falling, they often caich skin-injuries when sporting and playing, by a kick, or a fall. A wise mother therefore, always hai a tin of PUROL ready, because the knows only too well how helpful (hit reoscdy is in al such cases. tftjaaaaV PUROL. %  aSTr/ --**-is>-> MTO un.g rraelH to , r ,ife VEBOM. ilJJTYNK UWS Uu.anf aa I do la. -Id myaolf rvapiMiMbl* lor her or m M alae COctrtKlmg any debt or drb' UIIICM i" a orlltoai mdn M S lll.ltsll.IA July Pth M S "HECUBA" Aug Sh S P MUSAON. SON A CO LTD The MV T ft %  Radar" .ill accept Cargo and Passengers for St. Lucia. St. Vmctni, la. Amba. Curacao Sailing Wwlnaeday, 2nd August. 1050 VI Schooner Owners laaocUOea inc Coaalfaea; inai: IM1 Canadian .National Steams! ;!' For Sale MOUNT PLEASANT >T PLANTATION. ST JOHN 1* I One (I) 2 K W. Bait driven DO. Dynamo £40 N ; One (1) Switch Board 15 *? ; Ono ih A. a 11* Aug lih Aua 1MB AMI tird Aua Xtli Aug SRih Am SlhSae I lib Sap lth Hep Hllh Rep aim sp. I fcy i % %  •• %  (.Ml Al-IJ.ir.r Pll Kir NOBTHBOtiND LADY RODNEY LADY NEIAON LADV HODNEY IADY NEIAON 'IH Aug. %  •), A (ui iju, Attf ; Imi. A %  Join Aua Ih Aug. Slat Aug. 3i.| Sap I Ocl ISth Oct. Mth.r s\i is UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER nv aiMimHiiai iswusd Irani Mr. f If fllb(H 1 Will —II al Nei laaMaS, OwaavUM 111, .k id.k mi Thuradaa ivr.i 3id Augu.l at I p in hei mine lot of h.m-i.tid NrnMMra "n>h UieludcK. nilii| aVardeotwi upricht ilng uablr. Maho • :.i TTStMS CASH REAL ESTATE HOUSEOne Double r-xtfed rtouaa al mil Hall i .....I can be leiiled Apply M irrau|Si... I IS 1 SOn MABI-ToW At Maxwall'i Cuaat -verlooktng Ihr Sea having • badu. Aallghilul Balconies, ate. wlUi modern ronvanlencea PrlvaW Beach. .., bathing, for quKk aale tIMO ar fully tumlahed Cf.OBt PuaaoaalMi *>lthln ona month. Pr rSM Phone MtM or a+W ai M M. 0 per ahare. plua aUmp dutj CAKB1NOTON A NEAl.Y H T vi .. i. in. nil NUN A rlrtlghlful ReMdanca al Top Rock bulH la 1.11,1 aione, rnnent uae iLniughnut. Evrnlr Root dralgned and CxiirUu.-lloii by R A Heard. A M lt II r V A Havlral Thiee Bedtooiihi h with coranakHIng Twirl and H-th. -ith biull In P raaaia. IUe.ihlaa< aud Sun n..ka.in.-, lairga lounge. Dmhig. Vtan Modinn Kitchen OutUd* TVo Car drag*. Ttiree -.,.. %  • ma. Ti-Hal A Bath. Iuiinik. Pullv o-ed. flardena well laid out Poalon Sapl lit llrr XtMO To. aim iiiug 4MI o. MO; HEALTH PRACTISE W. G. ELLIS l.KADI ATI-: SiASSEI'K. fatwjnanta givi in your Honi*' b) Appoiiilnicnl %  AHillf. iipct Wesibury Hoad. 4 30 to 740 p in. GARDINER AUSTIN & :0.. LTD. AeiiU. CO. QUL, inA\sAra.\>ri<>rK ntjDtCR LINK. ftaV " Cabin I %  ,. || %  | M B.W I. Each fr'or Purlher Pattb ular^i. Apply (o:— fl M. JONES & CO., L'iD.-Agent:i YOCI.I. BE OL All TO LBABN aa it obi il. .>, hai just rcrcivi-d n shipim-iii al Plata ">' Perfara i I ZINC SHKKTS fill. CKMIIAI i:.MIM>UII>l (OBffHAIf IOIMIRI I.Il>. Piup tlla il C'ornrr of Urind .IIHI luiltir Slrrrl. f I si; TAYLOR'S SPECIAL BLENDED RUM OViih ilic Dbdacdva naeaar) ii..rhini Ian a Oral hut TAYLORS SPECIAL •as* IT — in,., #' I a ioii 11 In •/aim U. Taylor A AaMM l.t'l. AurnoN SAII WUINKSDAY Aiutuat 2nd at 11 a.m. BELVEDERK Dt I. C IN ice to aell the iluabla lurmiurt %  —* ar* aA i HMyt '.i..img|y (aaal t ptKiUUrvd Couih and Baay Ciiaira. 4 steel Framed Chain r I I.II Irque Wall market. Tray and Table. Largo %  DliUna Chair., •v-lehua'd. llo.kttMn.t. Ih.ublr EL!ed Settee. Side T.r %  inlaid Table. Modem Krdroom Birrh. Do-.bi* and i | Filled and UatUaaa-a, Mdlra and .. Cabtaai Ohaira, Antique Linen 1 '."", Wairut Tahla Ui.rphy Itadhi la. N*i I'." table Hrcord %  Man II Slnar. RewUlg I mnlor laa Bd Record., %  Caller, >\,.nlt.i-,. Btan-Uid A Table Lamp., Clock. %  r, % %  "Elerirlc Cooker. %  afeaea, sm.n %  rrMMatra, Eloclnc luaau-r ..Mi („,„ ,' . '' "'* 1 '.''"" %  MW tVSaV "•'"Many Ttaw, ..,,, c i i o n of Ohua PW GCArt aier Port; Rhrrry; Bo L-rge ,,. antlly I. %  Ina "inVludw 33 Carat ;, lM I^" Bavar^n. Wrd.er Brad I'.n % %  -...In.ter T T.-.I.. %  1 J-I...V4. II... Just what a Fisherman Requires . GAI.VAMZK WIKK NETTING. LACING WIRE. I Ml BOOKS, SEINE TWINE and MANILLA ROPE. Wr con now supply all your requiri'incnls fur Ihr season. I HlBb Slrcct -; ^' Uiing (or Sale? o a What do vou want? *?. J : ; A Have you any Correspono ! dentc which vou cannot (lx? \ ; Have you anyone in trouble'. A ,>* Can 1 be of any help? v .* THAT GICn V DIAL 8150 C N WEEKF-S If a B. 11 O \V I I I Lumber A Hardware BOOKS OF GREAT INTEREST) THK si ;v \\OII I I I UAH I'a/ame V THE (.HIV/) .M.LI.WIT: By WINSTON S. CHURCHILL —AISO— sil IM SE.XTi.VKLS By Commander R. Langton Jones R. N. iv: CO. — DIAL 3301 BONE CHINA TOBY JUGS Ibaaa rnaka Ira 1 • %  1. m room. hHcfven. -a.li -a* ami .q n Land tiieii) -** thla bvinga* Ba| DOVkB I 1.1.1 ( karrh, 1 M* j x 10.000 ,„ d 1 n alfai acrrage •1 I'lllLllnear Bl.e # lb a. u-"1 arable land BOCKLA. n t.all Caar.*, af.l 1 „ ,, 1,1 •• %  BUSH BAY SI. !. %  ,. ,„ ,. I 5 altr. %  LLOtK OF I At TOBY Bill lr0* la arMgalaoaj. I>u(|i -tune. >.ood and ata*I 10JB0 REAL ESTATE JOHN hi. BLADON A r s r v A. Formrrly DUra 4 Bladon FOR SALE I h ..iid contalmi J badroomi. a bath and tolleu. kitchen, laundry, deia. iir-t .iii.nU quartnn and aaaaea VOtl MtaWat l lO aSOaakj verandah a Urge kiunga b*dr>orr. kltrhen f aarvant'i room.. iom for two ^.j,^ ,„„. vutun I, %  nm haaler Thla propart v „,> be p.irehawd lull* furn%  •hed if reaiuireri t a v rra-naba* Itgur*. 2*" %  ****'' Pmm %  -* j. Very attraetuiand can trail v kKarteii atone buivajBlow V.tfi doubt. aarrSjgaMw i„ aa-pttnl. hiaitrM 14.0M aq ft ThN -wt) bin ,.,<,pa,., ronialni. a front aaiiei barge lounge tanarate dining room, j Ur*. bedio-.m* J bathn-.tna g-kg tollau. pantrr Br d Jitrhen oood court-.ard at rear Vae reoannaht' flgvire aiked WINU1 NUM.I -!. Jan.*.. Till* bungalow ha. with haaln.i 1 Mil joa the rrnulr'n t never U -r-.ii^ %  tMM %  %  "on mi large liedrmmta tall rrandah t..tret. Tlieie are • under ran? ane1 % %  AL ESTATE AGENT Auctioneer A Snrvr.or rLANT\T!ONS 111 ll.l)|\(i 1'hone 4640



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SUNDAY, Jl IV .10. USn SI \IIH \I>\(M \l I IWCF FIFTEEN War % % %  Aalai THE NEED TO Ifj II.n ill I nipl,. II.,I,, I Is MEDIA TE I think IK %  without been to %  in a bargu confusions there t s jpproacl muted that there are even greater i Dean Arhescn'.: inviliin jn-w Pi It Will t:. I \. ill be k 1 n d 1.. i I mfli Bui I do not belu.. what Pandit Nehru iniriirtw He THE Unllad |M Ml an..cation ol the Five Cr..l Q2Z£Z!?\ ?£ %  wcrvd Mi* effort* uf Panda Povrn" in United Nations de„,imiui to the Seeuntv rnuw.l Sinc Prwdem Truman's mesr Nehru to medial, between the ranom. The weakne!. ,n Mr. nd "hti !" great powerwith a ... ... i, to suppr., rnrwiraa. aaamuari American landrnfi in .'. 01 tha Indian •rtumenu that admission of Commurust Thri, ,rMtattnnt>l ruS !" s "> 1 "> foresee somethin. ol IMa writ... th.1 Clu,,;, ,„ the United Nations-. mt ,„, ,„ ,. v „ ur ,.f h "J, ,, „ !" I nsnaum ba proposition supports Dlolomatic firmand formulae M. I '''' l, ''" ,a *"•>>• abort narlo V'VV i thought b, the Briuih GovemrnenlfuppeTeJ ,JTS^irnl The real'. •*•• ub !" "" • Soviet behaviour torcWiri the world ' .ajreas.on auraaunn In Koraa. ThU is a at the United Nations, or her ""•" Som after. > Amen. dangerous IIH menl frr illogical satellite's behaviour in Korea. Diplomacy grew up. over the %  '''"••* *ill li'Kin i. IV since PresiMr Nehru's words can be read centuriea. as a form of civilised "Penence ,-f Britain an • ontact to permit powfs %  "* ihev oisagrtement one wnh another. ,; '' : : p al .th ring conrlivling Intfn ill guerilla probamn It %  possible to >n ahead a deadlo I The Unlled Nation. ., United SUI.i sion of diplomatic mi British) will t ig entirely new and dif''" mm "!fd I" occupying and policma S K n Ihe olhe thinking dent Tiurnan'i calling up of reas a straightfcrwa'rd baVgiiln and dispatch of additional vote China In: you call off K i, un dogs If that bomber, and atom bombs -— -.......... • >.'*; (I turn Eun,pMii oases mean* that both they were meant ther Mr how th.-i. IS powers are baring In :!..BrM pl;icc. thi Pandit Nchru'i message Since the Government of India recognised the Government of the People's Government or China it has been our endeavour to bring about the admission of its repreM ti> in, various organisations and agencies of *^ie Our present proposal frag a renewal of this effort made on its merits." writes Pandit NYhru. with commendable sense, "but Uo in the hope lhat it would creute a suitable otnii*. lust be lew experienced ih; l -here him to be Trygvo Lie wen! to Moscow Nehru I %  amggw Sd m'ror meiT.ber5Why were thev given *. ft£*," *te B alb %  "'' £ : p, %  pcao with drawal of "Allied Forces"! i-an problem' 1 Straightforward Bargain Here we Indian premier ; %  ft! V,.-i : ic. HI Ai Luaoji wriiw. n. I IllV| Ih.tt Did not the Unlled State, o„mSSiJaSiSt!! f' at military teeth from the gums 1.1.1,1-1 (I,IH>lll,, !" ..a... ' Olnerwu.. Ihe Su„n Council ' a mere nonsense and Ihe I'ml.-I ,;.' "• " %  '. Nations should start to „ ,„.l up ffiCLJlJ^. ". : I "" ."• Korea? return l',k io. d.nVeriiiriad'ofTpPe^ent'Sy 6 ^•."KS-"^S' NS! „ ^ i ',!„ T "" i -e,.,.,-nv Council pulling pressure on one pom'i 5 or "" 1 aggre-or, have with,„,,'. i""" m already in force, there „,,„ anolher Stalin might alwav, „'?*, al,d %  '"" h '^ an ominous sound In Stalin's lind a mediator 1 gH" "*".' H*"" 1 able resolul reference to Ihe "obligatory parwhat he .... Ea.il ii |H'I atir COVETED SP/ICES WILL GROW RICE By LOUIS I.. LECK T ., ,. SYDNEY, Australia. Ihuuiihtlui Australians always have been concerned about the empty spaces in the north west. This vulnerable unlnnabiutd land is a national danger area. porl al incscntcd recently to the CorBmonwcalth iment which gives grounds for even grcale, anxiety The report states lhai huee one —_. s .. : ^""'ety. — Nal._. not be a bargaining point %  It should be UtUti Slates %  mil warn to ba I Itch Germs Killed in 7 Minutes T-rni ikinl< %  "nt i> MMHMHU] -airii %  nd i—'• %  oher-a-f % %  %  hiah • %  MM* Iihtriaj, ifki' %  :.'••".,, |'..l|r( Uurnlna. ImRlMWr> in. UH Mi r %  >:-• Wim I* tlHI 'I %  A \\M \l IANQ I UH I III'.'. Ill II FAIR n> kllli III. prin. E rssursss I on rrtu-n o( Dl.> P. I..4.. |.r.ril..J naair<-. rroni fis.lll MM k. i<-a> .< ,*,',;',;*,*.*,*>*^ %  %  %  %  1910 sewmm SALE 1IAIII..\I.\!S I'rlnla — u.u.liabUlii < ilka—:ib" \tiil, i-ti Plwlk lEaincoalJi—$.M Kulilier Hjnrisb. — SA H..v >,„ fc^ iv ..( %  kills — lj r> it.i.,11'11shorn A ii.u, While unit ,-.,. j 1 liildrru* VesU -.lOr ra Kluki Hull in, .,| Ho*.' t'4p. — -i, | Varta M:-I, i i..„i,e-a) ( inhiM n\ riattag i rutir, A P*ir i lift up ; I ;I I l:iiu..im|. DNM *'•" DtfHssM nf Itil.. mis ids & IIHIIMI.II.I THANIS ii,,., i I hlrrrU .','.'.:: ','. '--cot's-, -. c <-. %  ,t'' SACROOL CONQUERS PAIN \!.N.I\N keep | llullle hiil.dx KNIGHTS DRUG STORES NOW PLAYING AT THE . and Continuing TWICE DAILY EMPIRE ... I .i took." IOHS *4 ASF FIELD report potential area. It Pggi-ndorff. chlct of the division dwindled to Ies ol plant induitry in the departtons, and Slf* I th "' hu J? J 00 ,on *mQ6t ot l"'h came flelds he in this rcs of potential inc-growinc lu'.i in ;,t preaent lying idle. they are used as oecaloi wwodmtng U lion of AuMralia'a neighbuur* U not hard lo pii'iii.t The chairman of the Rice Equalization Association. A. E•>..il "before the • was an exportable surIce amounting to 8.S00.cause of the %  %  intrie turmoil in those %  plus „( 1 These great rice exporting countries have been disrupted by Communist infiltration, on top of ihe damage done to their paddy rlelds by the Japanese. Their %  mh a nktn e i l la were broken, their water buffalo killed, and their tlelds allowed to grow over witn weed*. What can be done to protect .he so-called "back door of Auiralia?" There is only one eSMdve method of protecting it. That u fait (leveloinnent I'oggendoriTs report contains clev-cut proposals tor action. With tinincreased utilization of the land, ihe ConunonweeJUi hopes to avoid censure and pressure fr->m the crowded countries : Si..ill,.' .t A.i IKHmxi THEATRES CAHMBBJEAA PRESENT FOR YOUR LNTERTAINMENT A SELECTION OI THE III SI fdw&)\\rtb> ^6 0*%**W .' Webb said, "that the original Now. it is known, nearlv £36.000.000 has been spent In thll veai', \ield of oil* Dealing seeds is about £350.000 This includes both groundnut*, and sunflowers, which were inas a substitute whci hopes have not Ix-cn „ul.s proved difficult to grow and that we shall have If view When the plan was launched, the scheme in a new light thv hope was to produce essen"If it 15 to prosper an" flour lial :ats in a hurry to cope with lib, it mu.st ultimately be Ifaaped I woiifl shortage Kow Wcbo aa a broad project of colonial di nya; veli pmant with a wide aim "Whether or not those shortvaried agricultural contenr. ages are as valid us they wcre^— rather than the purely food-prowhich is open to argument — t duclng idea on which it wi.* llrn now seems clear to any realist established." Webb's WQfdf taph upon one of the labour gm that u would be unwise to focu the project exclusively on this sad eploriginal purpose of prndurih [ eriinient's pel projecU. whii'i starte i In %  line glow of Idealism p. and quickly became a political ,,,) headache. From *he flnl, nothing t st sense went right. The drive to gnw the vast n th* long run. the groundnut'. n must merge into a .scheme of evclopmcnt in its w:dIn it would be used pital resources, th-? groundnut*--what North Ainu.painfully gained experience of ca-s call peanuts eneounlen I tropical agriculture — "all the obstacle aftei sen, matedrought and flood t> nan-, la rlab and Kieas called the groundbour tP nuts KbtKUB." WEST GERMANS CAN INCREASE POLICE EORCES BONN. Julj 28 A i High Commissioners today sent a lettei to the West Ger man Government permitting then" to incrcaM' police forces In West Qafmaiaj '" LU pi I cent some usuully well informed allied officials said today. A nal men will te under %  ,. merits Ii % %  %  mainly u ">d city control. They will be con< lured as selfcontained mobile units and may lie equipped with Ufh1 Vd dispersing eguipmeni Bre hoses Contrarj' to earlier reports, machine guns are not mentioned in the letter, official* said. vered a verbal request by the West German Chancellor Adenauer — whether Ihe* would permit increases In the Police strength of West Germanj because a powerful %  I'eople's Police" Is being built up D Germany and the pro%  int hiijhly decentralised nature r V. German Police The Question took on a new urgency when war began in Korea. Allied observe! i creation of adequate mobile Police Forces in Western Germany wouln %  OW engaged in virtually Police duties in the Ruhr —Heater. ILL al HOW %  MI PBICKS !' ij I \ Visit Anil It,, (onvimed i The Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. IHI II' I I <>K BAKCAIKJ) | ,v ,:.' s„„, Mrfel 'Hli..n.UM. HSt, or 1406



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r vi.i si\ ii i \ SI'Ml.W WlVIH "ATK SUNDAY. JllA These* Men Delight Millions ind nut Among I :,.. .1-1 || | DOWI...ai... ... ,.,••I %  %  | n oof I I ... I %  I %  I n a i don't mvoui pro. c e pta tn •' %  i amateur, and most oi ihi i ba I i on new i ie ntins 4fa 01 UM i "Cnribbean Voices W.I. Skewl Start** ICES' on Sun• •f two .t' ihofl gtories there has I dearth of p-i.mr this month U %  ond bj .1.1. K .1 don "f Bril %  . N' .rk* of 4 • it rtic-it.v %  B&m In at 2.30 HI Tuesday will have a i bearing 'An Inspector %  by the ( %  hi vn NH Ralph t O irary Friday August Sod and 4th' %  < %  •> %  %  %  • %  %  • will in i pi %  > : %  -. or Goule and th. Oladj %  Voting ... 1 This version %  %  ball %  'i n.. II us.t'nnrei.s : %  • rm at me Royal |D ba liven in • %  • week -ml two recordings AU %  i %  tenlni In this area The 'Uve' .... .mi. lbs former 'eaturlna *. %  hmi violin Concerto H lib Jean Pougn I v nlimsi and Mer.fli-I^..' i. Symphony, and the latter ... wnUnfl three of I;.. works including Ml 'aUroica Bymplmnv On W.ilneMi.ij It;. 11I1C Symphony Otehaatn conducted h> Sir Malcolm Saw the concert and on Friday it will b* the turn of the London Symphony Cfrenoatra conducted by Baal] Cameron The recorded programmes are on Tuesday at 4 15 p.m. and on Friday at 6 00 p m. the former pi. work by the Australian composer ("live Douglas in keeping poUcj if the Promenade Conearti U preeenl new works 1>. composan al .'ii ages and nationalities. and Strauss's Symph >:. Poet 'Death and Transfiguration' and 'ANOTHER REMARKABLE THING ABOUT WHITt AftTS rromi>in Player-. get in Rrigland an i. Ajm "' i OrART, DAVID SHEPPARD, Petei i iravatH .• (Gloucester), A %  i n u r Milton tor), BOB BERRY and Tj.ftersall (right harm II.II (both Lanes i ami LOWBON I JIT I "I hke the w. IndJei Blayen WOKIil. the bc*l /ng %  %  JEFF STOliiMETER w hill MARSHALL Is also a dehghtfu hat to watch. WEEKES I • TAN'b.Wi: ilrfl) Arthur K. R. Gillfxan ind John Arlotl k> AUlon is speakIns Into the hand-mike while in. crren broad tSkSttBg h"* N *rn In the i.... *..;.-..m.H in the 'twenties, weighs it all UB .. %  ... %  ID d post] Well...lefully and then, at about H3u knjwn Ba the author of thr-.v 0 M I %  •• broadcul poetry and for his popue.slimatc o( the situation U.i B.B-C poetry feature. "Booh used lo say to me during of Vet ***, evei %  ". i known Australian lour of 1W8, beamlot hll particularly vtvid and witall over his face' "I'm nub. iy cricket i For In-..ay, Erie lve navai been stance, who ,f those win, i. u | %  %  "•" > %  || will readily (oriel | On I urlou ;h son of Ernlfl Toahai batting in i anjoyed Arthu: % %  company the Leed'i Test with an old Indv COTT hit the ball hai HI* that furlough, mum* |*>king with her umbrella %  .. th* urt"Sa and John Qoddard U • ,. n t ftotttngnam was] m Even hts (eltow^omgood skipper rneli I ... n along to the chilarenl men) I al that. nlag nattnae at a local ctaiThaj ..f:-n do whoi John is a HI where, m South Indian COBthe mike His crick-'! I ...1: .n.e. i uiked io the ydungstan "How To Watch Cricket", "Oone about missionary work in Uie East, to the TBet Match* 1 apd otiwn are %  %  nd God dard rdn Hamadhtn and Valentine, though I dent expect any of thei Mowed by Arthur on Teat well worth reading H is to b.uieket At Leadi we did rimilarhoped that be win write one on l There Arthur told the etuithe preeenl low of the Waal Ini gwxi Hory against Mrnaelf. diana If it is ns KOO.I Trent Bridge bowl on in the third Teat "We've had a fairly good sum %  mar on the whole, though I rained Ojulte %  lot this last forturban S us-,x came to Leeds to others It wUl aall wea 0 Vorkafa N M reer." he said. Though %  i i ,il i lub-ericketer, Irlend rd mine phoned up th< tin i.-ai. t .i. ,n Arlotl has com.on pavniofl and asked for me The to playlni In Bral BlBM cricket i. twelfth man for Hampshire. No. I'm afraid rOU mn't Which he did "Well, all the best hope to see you in Colombo October 1st (D.V ) "Voura sincerely, Arthur Lhlligan Tlua letter from Arthui looking address. "Fir Tons, Round Ubouls. Pulborough. Sussex dateii ,, (lo|( | „ n „,,.„. July |4. took my mind back to the A Mottingham, on the Bundaj little. g-e,n box from wlvch rrortung In the middle of theTaal Arthur and ins reUow-commenUMatch. Aith to cricket-lovers little, vim low all over the world—tl; green box with the long that opeM hke the windscreen ol a car. which has become n %  familiar a landmark to Eng lah cricket crowds. Commentators What sort of men are th) I i I ii H rrtators, wnoaa voteaa an i ognised wherei i at is played! While on leave two Ceylon, where I am a Methodist niiss.ouaiy. I wa • %  all man] leas to say, I found them what they sound. Q friendly bunch of sports: Hut malm no mwaka about ant wnieh he did S4>vern) times liefnr.* Bh to OllUgan, I|e\ lull gOn the war. lo bat.< Oh. that's all right,' Rex AMon e voice at the other end, Ontheotinvi hanfJ.fetnailBLkul Rex Alston, ton .>f %  Canon r r the Church and ex-l'uhln MI,. i i master In charge of crick it Church al IteoTord School, i.laved tor Bedii w.,., n„e ignt, aftet tordahlre, a minor county n-gu the atrviee, to toe the children larly during the school holiday* %  %  %  i-n.,|,(, i.,llv tlu!..: .v,r.,l %  ..,.".. He llnudied u-i bej rowdlng round Arthur, a* Mptain of his county. To pas Soviet Government wa plying him with question! afaoul the tune On i long tram journey He Test Match, which he ai.v^.u.i home Bitei .. match, in told me a. eagerly as they asked Ihem. how he managed lo get (he job and getting them to autograph which has made his smoothly their hyinnbooks! It wa.s a Sun.i.iv BOWerlng; well modulated voice they wiinl BOOB fimili..r in honn s all over the Popular as t i i i Id I .'. i Me toft ochoei-maaumnc durtng %  lean that when on *he war, _when purt ot the staff i ba dofendad Keith Mrllei Russia Returns To Security Council g) From Pace I WBl pot nto d out that the only *giUmate government in Korea v.'us that of Dr. Khee tin Korean ttepublk set up by the United Nations. Any peace plan they aid, would therefore have to be prefaced by two conditions: 1. Cease-fire and withdrawal of North Korean troops beyond the 38th parallel. 2. Restoration of the Korean Itcpublic's authority in Its own territory Any plan which would ask tot the simultaneous withdrawal of both aggressor and defcndei would In British ond American opinion be not only unu.ili-ti but quite outside the spun o DM charter. Alternatively it was though' that the Soviet Union mght o Tuesday propose "horse-trade' to Council: "let the Communist Chinese delegate enter into United Nations und we will us* OUT influence to obtain peace II Korea". (aneral opinion was. h that the Chine*e CommunUr issue was no longer a burrUDj one for the Soviet Government The other prediction m i I '" ntly heard here was that .he inn in the Security Council '•> block ..ny action by the United Nations 'n ease t new aggression elsewhere This was discounted by II. any experts as improbable. Inasmuch as if the Security Council was blocked by vein. th< Security General rgsney session of the whoh '!' I'.ni' \..,v evacuated *. while the crowd loudly booed ltd '" : "' nines from %  !.'..ppioval. he didn't plcafC all Nothern studio of the ll.H.C . '• his English listeners bv a long "' PftMaded the Outakla BrOadi toto^a life clia i ki heardhlm M M V) r ,^ rs-Ung Director to give him a OM line men enjoy ,. r „ iciscrt „ n „ ,. K r(lll „ W|[(| trial as .-, rickct commentator. :!::;:' ^*:*r:?. !" h !* tsJarsasL"*" Iwh ; 51 .ST!• %  l i V" i vr i, m v '" 1 lu, "V disliked Miller's tactics %  PUbWc. They were recordArthur hod previously told ma "" :I %  """"V match and later in the presence of his lellowApproved H. tlliit, Irke honest workmen tin world over, they are exhausted at the end of their day. Even after being on the air In turn %  i v moment ol tin* six hours play, plus a few minutes %  ii' the n no) free to .•> home until they have made records of then Imprcaslons for ••••" %  pi to stir up listeners al home and overseas several hours earl Then only, at abOul 7 30. they put on their (ark. I back to th.u hotel %  tatOra: "There i-. .. .. i n titular privilege granted to us HMI which even the most widely-read Journalist hasn't not We lire in a position to scotch any controversy than any iireaponslbla papei cati try t. i regard it as part of our job to keep cricket And while I have Ihe ih.nn t., IB ,addlUon lo M work (or the broadcast i rniend m do It" k. \ M I-".;;' S,v "' m "0Miller PetVUBt 1 like Arthur Ouligan, u .. bee,\ lance i Irast to nvtn Hex Alston and John Arlolt. who are on the staff of the B.B.I has lBg ,„.„ ,,. wu% „,„ „. |M to wme hia report tor UM next Stolid havTbeeo. Evan the morntois. edition o bit nawi .,,, ,,,„,!„., .. TU 1Pi paper 'The l, rriegraph ... I; „ „,„, Arthui is very P/oudof hia local pctuUnt' Bui that la noi UV knowl r' ' %  %  -"•'* point What Arthui Bh! to ma vagaries. n.-rAopular guest commentat.i tin year, just as Roger Blunt, who tOUTi l Knglond with the New in 1037, and last | son. Tne year I met th. ...m la ton the guest was Alan McOUvray, rormei captain o4 the '(linking it N ew Booth W.,U State XI in the %  in.. %  I h..'.i aometi %  t;.acoiiBheffleld Bhield, and ... private that omeofBUller^bowli lh ln Ih( yhll4 buglnaas it Ii 1 interesting to nnte that the lirs; rL *" cricket match ever hroadiet wai "' %  'l l ">thai between New Zealand and appeared Essex, from the old Leyton grouiKl. In 1927 The commentator was the famous cruketin padre, (now CaiMO) F H OIUirrgham. Arthur Wri^lry Hoard on the radio oni) I catlongl, discreet I rl hut agwaj m tin green box the coBuncntators, is also Chsrtsred Accountnnt Arthur Wrlglc) the li ii c pcorar. No article on Ihi uwccl would i-complete without meatlori of him He keeps nis colleagues posted with all the 1nd figures relating to scores. Limes taken by b-t.-mei i their inns, bowling analysts, etc.. etc without whim none o; the men we hear wouM be able to give us al' the accurate and consistent dehad his first real '" ll which they do, thanks l< KIDNEY TROUBLE Here a a medicine made ipecie/Jy for it . II you suspect that there'* ''something wrong" with your kidneys it generally means that they need a corrective medicine Neglected kidneys giM riie to vsnou* distressing symptoms such as backache, rbeumaUc pains, lumbago, sciatica, bladder disorders with scalding and burning. The trouble tut rts when the kidneys grow sluggish and fail to perform their natural function ot helping to alter away harmful impurities from the system. You can restore these H vital organs to normal activity by taking De Witt's Pills. They act directly on the k.dneya and you will very quickly feel the good they are doing. Try them (or your trouble. Go to chemist and I 7*-*yy.-* diluted (or UM — goes lurthe' sn. 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S a I % %  r i.l Hi. Ruckle) r...n and Ceanlr) Club. The tare aiclurc anew lh, Mi Mr fad! Skinner can be teen %  lauding near Ihe 'pl.nf. M .lh Ihr llu IIIKI i .n.li il in ILirlM "' i mud of ttriiflr I reign M %  aid: %  %  i will help .,,,. MM ir hinder In clearing up the outstanding International question: TIM Bri %  sttoni ot Korea and of Chi liun on the United Nations still wax that iprcea n tatwo distinct and separate inatten>. H. I. I'.-i..',. : %  %  %  m voting on thi Chinese question until n was clear ih.ii there would be the necessary majontv in hivoui ot Communist Chun rcpl.r Represent.it:< IN MOSCOW, itussia's decision he Security Council %  .i-t dei %  ',1,1. t,, .Security Council in-cause I am deeply convinced th;l a) the origin of all foolish and criminal decisions like those of are always silences and mlsiinders tending* The Soviei action I especially appreciated because It | implicitly the imports n. United Nations Asseml.U services which It The Communist Leader Palmlro Togliati said that this shows once i ;ore that ihr Soviet policy Is con|lo return to In defence of j>eace ' %  >Decisive Factor Guelssepc Vittorio, Of u i ., i Secretary of a 5.00u,(MM member Italian General Confederation of l-abour said "Any attempt to solve the crisis of the United NatatPI Assembly which dominates the International situation may be Ihe decisive factor for a general casing of tension. This would almost automatically determine a political casing of tension Inside various countries. HpaclaUy In hah "The Christian Democrat Member of the Italian Parliamentary Foreign Commlssk\. Giuseppe Uettlol, described the decision as •perplexing". In any Q|M BiWUa shows by her decision that she is rot ready for a Third World War." THE BRITISH FOREIGN OFFICE today looked with suspicious eyes at Russia's sudden decision to return to the United Nations' Security Council. The Department's Official spokesman told newsmen that before any welcome back could be extended to the Soviet Union it would have to be seen whether she intended to eo-opernte with or obstruct the Council's workings. When asked if the Secunlv I Thl > also linked In, Council could repeal its resolu-! WI " Ihe talks between British tfons on Korea if the Russians j Ambassador Sir David Kelly anil forced the issue, the spokesman Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister •aid that he thought It would be'Andrei Groin vko cifflcult for them to project their) The view hen. was that rhouafc veto power Into the past, especialthe Soviet deeismi, wL a new ly since they had not been reprei, toward* ih., „..„,,. 1 lentod .1 ihe time of the decision |S2Ji72la2! fWSSS" "' ; But he added that tall Wai ^ T ^r'r?' speaking unofficially because ha SBaU xSL l\ 2! *£ had not yet had time to look into ;f*!nX i L Mahk wouW the full implications of Russia's < r no r "' Ua Su r,,,Urn •OTPTK KIHHliN MIMMIK HriUiin\ R*>trn>t "'"""' %  ntgFCI irtporteis tonight that Egypt would Speaking officially, the spokes" OI change her attitude n man recalled that Britain had ax|Ccenmunit China, even if Russia pressed regret when the Russians 'raised the question in the Security walked out of the Security CounCouncil when it meets next cil. "It will be necessary to wait r.ontlu under the chairmanship ot before It becomes apparent iMr Jacob Malik whether thH new step of Russia I Reuter MAN IN THE GLAU Ressw'i /Malik. aervers tonight M %  partial i.aponae to the Indian and British approaches to the Soviet Government since the Korean War Ubacrv. ( I? llo *' M : rtiKto th letter Troni Pundu Nehru in v.-hich ihe Indian Prime Munst.-r urged step. t(, end th* ronllict. WAR SCARE SWEEPS GEORGETOWN GEORGETOWN July Georgetown was almost thrown Into a state oi frenzv ni terday afternoon as truck loads of Military and Police turned out without any intimation by Presn or Radio '' %  ii:n '';'-: 'v ftr* i-. dapositini umed m %  lull battle dress—steel -he Imeted and with rides with bayonets fixed, at strategic positions. """ • Telephones buued til) late in the evening, as worried Georgelownera. with the war In Koiea uppermost In then minds, sought confirmation to turnout* that began the rounds that Russia had declared war on ih< ... •, Powtn in i aiion time crowd gathered at ever-, cornel while parents ran around seeking here and there foi then I out of school We Must Face Federation Says Gomes PORT-OF-SPA1N. July 26 The Trinidad Legislature iftBl .' ttiiif today ndiourncd until Monday on a motion b> the Hon Dr Patrick Solomon, which sought non acceptance of the Standing Closer Association Committee, proposing Federation of tne British We Opposing the motion, the Hoti Aitiert Oomcs told the House that the West Indies cannot hope to attain any political without federation Riil III Ihe i \. m-nn in % %  JUM an emer.rii. r\rti i-. hi the military and police Tor Internal **carMi reaaons '• %  inent was created outside the lour-coinered QaorBH town Prison, whore the was that a big jail i occurred. The praaanca of steeltifniflcance | helmeted police with bayonets tlxed added credence to Una Bells Mark "Cam|mign For Freedom" i HICAQO Jtafa M Drawing* ..f bells scrawled on walls will mark the "Hi Campaign to CommunLsm" to be opened it. ihe h.m irU>n' D Clay. Ha i State) Mlhtar\ %  ill Ivciitn when the huge tan-ton "FTetdon Heir is rung in BarUn The eight-foot I ell frOlid unilci o 1 i .iot" was don, Eng-I I, 11(1 II Id it would be peihunj In specially dedii iribuu %  thoaa i t llvi in fit struggle %  %  %  % % %  i Slmultane || ill OVOI church rails, [tv hall Tits and 'ehool beliUlld also peal throughout Europe, announcing the i I ruaade" D i which tha the -vni)ol. '.iv HMid it was viUlly Important "for America to stop up lb oamoalen "f unith to hiasnlaa Communist oronaganda that Amerie* -iirted Ihe Korean War. nnd that this country was a nation moeriallst witrmoncernut to %  %  the • I rid Renter Security Council Debates On Korean Situation LAKE SUCCBSS %  The Security Council with the Soviei m> bsenl ma today to debate the first repoii made h> ti %  ;.., Douglai MacArthur^ headquarters on the Korean wai Jacob Malik, the Sovftl until the end of the month Sir Gladwyn ilebs) oi Britain c m n by which land, sea, and alt Foreea were di ploj less than live wiH-ks sn... NIMII Koreai taed th< large forces i, n, bet n Iran 12 Atlantic Pact Nations Hasten Defence Measures LONDON. Jui. Jd %  %  • atatlvea of Iha iweh Atlantic Pact Natiom. tonignt anflounced their approval of undis%  .. onuncuuauont %  • %  t defence ploduction" Meeung here as North Atlantic Mined naputaai tha) dealaraa ..ftei a .u.l, ni .i iun: that al. unprovoked act of aggn r Korea makes it of more imporlanca titan aval lor the Governments of the North Atlantic Treaty countries ti accelerate the steps necessary to assure their ommon defence" The oepiities ,il-o lecogniwii ; for maintaining and safeguarding economic rcconstruci and stability ii, the North Atlantic area". Thau Chairman. Charles SpotTord (United States), said the deputies 1 Bad achieved '•tangible ills" wljn more to follow. They OWel again next Tuesday for with twelve GovernS\ Bord di'clined to comment •I whether the deputies ;d discussed or would discuss the f replacing German inthln ihe overall plan for the North Atlantic Deft %  -Reuler Craefa Lses India As Go-Between WASHINGTON, July ZB The State Department has made i new move, using India a„ ..i %  Berr, to reassure Com munUI China that the Unite States had no territorial ambi Minim Foimoaa. usually The United States has no am bassador in the Chinese l i iBHal, and ofTti.,,1 plained that the new move bj v ic Department was ar. al tempt to make certain that the message reached it Dnal destination. — i Reuler.) JHth parallel. In that time potted Into bottle" "Democrats'At 40 Cents a lh. Alter breakfast houi housewives crowded Ml i I N Oaddard a Sons Oi in> BBBM ot the I) just landed here. Thaj were buying "1). %  %  I plegrowi a. Au^ Iralla, and were paying sO cen;: tor each pound These apples were part of %  ^IH. supply which arrived fiom An tralla on Thursday undi i < oi Moraaa on the s s CUy oi Diepfs This ship was still dischiirgtiiu cases of apples veslcnlav if suiiieicni refrlai rati is ordered from Australia bados. ships of the Montreal. Antraita and New Zealand lines will make regular calls here, the Chid N ratal i I ... lUevemenl and i doub %  be teak %  %  %  ...i ,>t agajn \< haw not f raai "But let not tin %  I %  it ultli % %  S i Glada n laid thai ad rough! the o at -.ii mlUtarji oparattoi %  %  ..mi .I* Uea lie was confident that Uiis phasi was ending, thai lines would bi : ibUlaad and the Invading force* I fniwers driven i*ck from the larrltot %  the* had overrun Spiril oi >arnltce Jour. Ci........ o. I ma . v : to Ins country's appieciatloi the decisive and d> i i mined which Unified Conn Costa Rica Answers UJN. Appeal t.AKK BI I I BM .lid> 2H llu.. :. da] int.ntned tin pladBi dt the ftl-i-'^.ti of the Securilj Ciiuncil "anei|uale sites f.'i air oi plaet iiftabta ra %  'estahltshllienl ,>' -.mall naval DOI frten • % %  Mi. iii..ii i.. i ohsee i ii.i. i Secratan of i Rica ItjnHgi, Aitaira Deparunent, alao told th< i ',iii ,1 N.. ii ni .-in ii '.H -! %  rrygVi i.i, lh.,' inion.-in raonl <.iwilling i" send volun< i i alnlaa in in ordat U BMure thai thai will not run LI I. at oi %  |j IO Lfl i.. 1 % % %  i NplfcM in Hi* • .1'appeal lei il %  ...!. % %  %  i with the unified Men%  ii.mil ..i... il i (.„ ihj Kon an it public The two Latin Ainen.an icplihrnught to 29 Ihe total number of Mi Lie's appeal —Realer American Troops Fired On From Prepared Posts By DEREK PEARCEY With Ihe American Force* on the South Coast of KOUKA. h .0 \MERICAN TROOPS on the south cbaat of Korea, are finding evidence that North Korean* prepared their invasion long in advance. During the battle for Hadong, 75 miles west of Pusan yesterday, Communists used concrete machine gun emplacements. Northerners in an other area fired on Allied troops from deep holes in hills without natural cover. Intelligence Officers have noted other positions previously prepared by North Koreans on high ground at strategic points. As soon as North Koreans entered an area they ucnt %  tralghl In these positions ni | pawed hc:i\\ lire on the Americans 1mm eover American [ntelllgencc Authorities aaaurned thai ainp the wlthdrgwal of United states iroon from Koragj at thi> end of the occupation, underground loroaa began preparing invasion gmoggllng In ehes throughout the oountn I in in lhal Ibi explained %  i %  %  ; i ml lit dor. :. ring onl) lh,. innoeont i ret wetil' plruti %  %  %  ten Kil th Aim? •night leportei III! G.l'x Reach U.S. Lines In Safely K> I.IONII III IIMI' i WITH INK AMRRlt \f FRONTMNF TnOOPfl KOMM il A company oj ,\ cut off loi aawaral dayi bj North Korean fl.tukmu m • outli of Yongdoog In Da sector regained then own llni .si nighl ijulv *7i niellliiK I'l mile mnich Ihniugh untalni 'Anununitlon wai km end we i 111, tbod il all %  %  %  %  .. %  I laid Irom A.k„ lire Korean %  In tin ifiiire t II Uth Infantry Bit pvund but %  hntng %  untot .d k < % %  %  11 Klon 'h, Officer of theS.S. Clip" of 0..-.1'. \" k !" ln d,mcu %  *"' ;..ld the 'Advocate' • %  The Cup of On pjii has reti... %  tton .ucommodalion for H' ns of cargo and a net ton of s.8511 tons The heroism and spirit of saciii .ue admired i the whole world, be said .Nothing wa.s more difficult foi the new troops than to tight del.i> SI kp or tin* Una call This vvus UM Al in Clta oj Ok PR i. i* usual!) d old doii.' uranabippad '" ll %  ad i i. | that OIOI i foi re i„,I so hlg. The officers are all nritish w I. Ii lie %  rew are from Alask.i Ambon hotale*/ JAKAHTA. July Z i The maurgent-held I Aiiiin n haa bean economically andi mllltarlb laolatad toi %  i i .,i Taaya of Uv I %  %  i il s '''" o* larad to-: Ajnban b novi In onb latand left to Uself. The Itcpul l only remaining awaete to tno [lot "f the ma lot part the former Dutch Eaat indkM i nder a llngle Indonesian eomm.-ind Resitet. POCKET CARTOON r.y OSBI HI LA.NCAWeK lL gi 'J u K b M f ' r* 0 %  I'i euerday wa$ a proud day for B'tluh crooacf," or icseplt tothtmA?" Trade Union Leaders Squabble Over Korea BTUTTOAKT, Ainrn.un long Jun 211 i am Bntnak Irada Ualea laattei I 1 'I 1 II .1 < "llh %  !,. Ql hileiiiallomil .,,• %  uon lie though) thai kei fWH ration ..<* %  i public opinion had dom U%  thai luatlca to the prublems of nipplytig aubeta n Ual aqtdpmanl and i d the aggression in Kmi., M tha r-t and was noi likely to be the last "Th.worli lodaj i pnatounrlg darturbe I %  boul when and where ihe next Mow win fairDI Talang added thai North Koreaa loldb i lighting with a fannti< < possible because of the enslavement of the minds of people within the Iron Curtain Sir Senegal Nam .,t ha H il to rfoeth Korea even %  '' plj idth ii" lj COUnCll'l levolutioi, • withdraw to Ihe Mth parallel %  that) n try mud. ,i|. %  i,|T. % %  We h.. Amerii JII CaUiualue* In Korean li.Jllli. I '"l I 1 ggjtt Ihr i lui.d Shi,Defeaae iseparinienl .ionouiiced rhO) .... i".i. tl billed I died from uiiiinriV :h!i uaunded 19 iiiiiin.i >,!.. iTmlfMlm In aetjaa in. Miiuortrfl* are tbaae ion nhal Ihr "inhired" %  liuoe l.u.l In AcrldenU. llu i.i. i ..MIIMI Iktl was lontlrmeg >•^tore-ay. I ii„ claimed to* ighl thai the North K... ib H IJ ang, g| tnllea souUi or Teuag The COnuOOnlll trOOpt who look m would not rota on a rnoooi. telling (oi full support for UM Mini NaUOBI over Korea. uthui Deakln, Oeni ra .i v ill tin1 l,ios|>oll .Hid Ceu. i i I miwi. ipaafclDg in favoui .il the motion, challenged Jain. riggina, gacratap al lha Nation., ( Bum Uuilwavineu. when 1 I.i ..illei said that lur. del.g.it oi. would abstain from voting betauii it had no mandate fiom its mem Kigginsaid that his t'moi, i iiuual < onference Just eenesUd) I bad not diM'Uised Koie.i II. mnhailaad that he wanted the -i. ii iiiini, tobi %  '•.. lad roiirsutiare Ine Innlsh National Council nuppl ii mi niie day and had %  i I ftaal but the men look ean lava Mine <>i then rood DM VHe] balnwd .•• well % %  in .. Mr) . pidi-.lv were %  lad. were the game who earlier captured i..i.i. i roll "' rallaa vmth i llg officers and mei rtamyani pyongnang Radio also claimed The Imertcani tnoatlj young t 1 %  an American ggpaefortreai atari without previous eargwrierM on Taejon alrnald on .reked through ihe country llu. k n, : i • he North Kon . %  i 0 **! ( p j| | tiercel LMM Thev lo,.t thiee meals in h ^ Phursda) lUl ys %  "" added Their bffitaUoa ItOadulg '. —Reeiter. l %  i ——— :-'-l,::,: r^ J ,-,:,..;,;. 1 :-i,; PA A PLANE CRASHES • I i h uttlng ii ofl %  „ Vongdong AH eacepi uu £!*> ' cumpani i.M.k.through ( umnollalton >ao Leopoia Tour of eleven Amei • A %  ra. I ... %  %  got through Tl %  era boggi d down or lost thi vn (ti tracks and had Io be destroyed i routlni trip to Porto Aleere —Reuler l —Realer. I'l agalal w %  Home Defence sn Bao aa al explain* d outset why India had not i ui provwa forces to b Kon He said the of her armed fo %  f..i home dafan "Our internal needs at pragaal lhal an c.tn.i.t .iffoc I n out ol India n ii, ..... eh) i bould ilka u %  ue trihute paid to Uv %  entorce the decfgloni Couaafl have f d ln< 1 R d Into an i npre • we ar, ... ireeeni .. i War O %  p \< '..!.. .,i i uv promptn v mi i, th* I Unrta NaUws had acted Hi tl %  H. i-x | .1 %  'i.i.. %  (.., %  %  I and other stales would %  venuM of collalXiratioi | for the United Nations Ii K ,r i il afh* i. rapcaaantad Ihe l 'inon inoveiiieid of thi %  ,ii.,in Part) and Ihe Cooperauvr It had said In no unevi aw i toi i tounquare ih ihe Uniled Nations in dealing th lively with aggression i-i [| it-. Deakln .uggeated thai ti ini i hi,i,I,I .|,|,.|,t Ihe i. -.1 lion as a malta* of pruwlple and ihen refer II back foi utcorporatlon %  | .. mm bei of odnoi n t r. n nea voi khelmingt) in favour of UM i neral principle of the n ll wtth 18 recorded ah b • hi. h included foui llrltish rail aaJaajMaj, Austrian, Swedish and Finnis' •it legates also abstained I, ing and rrltn ised the resolution Rio Swedish delegat.-. that only its railway imttil-1 ipgadng lha laeolunoB leader, DBM II KM n-soiiit,.,,, .aid %  w. in nnlani d ,.,,., ., %  hon against the Sovie: Union, with whom Finland has '. and!) r elat ions Ha elded that the Umtef el not accused UM Bi Union as this resolution did, %  .' Haare war in Korea — e Reuter ) SMOKE "Hang Leopold 9 Strikers Shout lie went on: "We wlm laI port ili-r or ni. alone. No matter, bow unralaUble it mat be for "< " '' -ome of ew. we have gnt to face "ashing aroupd deposit mi: I federsUop. ,"' % %  %  '''' Volunteers and Police' We must face the fact that \< *"' %  lerrltories of Uila site and thev %  hope to re-,tion and Cable Office, the Treashlil.'SSEIJl. Jul> 2H Su-ikeis ihouiiag Hang La> pOKT*, poured into Brua ^i,l..^_ M .. British Commonwealth of S'aBanks and Pott Office ..nd picking lionfar lew realise indepentchefl and returning denee for naUonhood In a world 11 hem io Police Headquarters and where national solid-.nl* is HI that asterosential for economic survival lei were going on rhleflv because of these con-' ^derations we miul endeavour, '' %  inanoeuvrej ovei. buglae to federate aa WH aa anulMf ^"ded. and Georgetown was able Gomes moved an amcndm< After the ho* -king the Council to accept the ('he Commandant commented—"It -ee'i Report all went well." the police Fighting flared up In Brussels Nord Atthls first influx a wave of den tne French speaking pi of Wall %  grip the country In a general strike unles* King 1-ee.polrl abdicates Last night thousand. of demonstrators led by the Soclali>* and former Premier Paul Spaak called the strike the Marl of a revolution, and wren back outside the Palace b) mounted Gendarmes with drawn spears, and foot-guard*. armed with rifles 'tin officer said that the pollaa would have their work cut out to handle these Sou then • already paralyse' by the creeping of Ihe strike Brussels must be a oV by to-night or to-morn.' %  As the first arrivals tuiged from the sUtion, a shouting "Long Live the K fig" was partly stripped ng -tnkers sang a new esg" the tlrst line of whll < was "Down with Leopold—the man should hang" mad m the Station Souare Private driven wheeling to net gway weniK.gRe.1 down in %  giant Iraflli Ind gendarmes closed that had re-. ll ed sudden%  surged into the heart of the capital, .ailing for "abdication" A demonstrator climbed r "i %  %  Royal The death of Deny affio %  knocked down by a bus during a -lone throwing battle at Leaken Palace last night has been alternatet) announced and denied nnoa than They observed a minute's tilTheir leaders then instrm ted their, to assemble at Socialist Pati Hi let 'io ,ted "This time we will reach the Palace". They were unaWved by official Itkms that plant* were ibandonad without pumping and and furnaci had gone cold were : that mllmld bi 1 losi bef .ilal mdiitries could be got goKeuter THE CIGARETTE WITH THAT EXTRA FLAVOUR. &f 10 FOR 16 CENTS


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S a I r JhI< .
Barbatorai
flouflcate
REDS USE UNDERGROUND FORCES
Russian Takes Chair
In Security Council
-pilK NMVS (,.( j.cb Malik. RuVs^U.'l.S.2." lh,-
Lnitrd Nations, wuuld lake over Ihe Presidency of the
Security Council next month ,. splashed in l..i. editions
n mis morning % (.iiiKitiii papers.
Hum- banner headlines eloquently proclaimed the .in
portance winch is attached to this development
-Some of these headlines were as follows.
Daily Express "Russia Return:, to UNO Malik PhODM
I am in the Chair Veto on New Kon
Itaily Graphic "Soviet Union Dn.ps l*nHe .1 Nations
Bombshell .
Daily Herald: "Russia Surprise United Nations'
News Chronicle : "Russia Returning to Seem it \ Council
Malik ends Boycott and Take* the Chair "
The Communist Daily Worker carried the words "Rus-
Biani Back in the United Natio
Photographs oj
III VK AH* , Till HALMS F(
Count Carlo Sforta
learned auh
, across its htm( page
Mahk appeared in aeaeeral papen
BATimOAl FHiiiiit N VKAU AGO, l aadaaa Michael Plan
ua> i.l Hi. Ruckle) r...n and Ceanlr) Club. The tare aiclurc anew
lh, Mi Mr fad! Skinner can be teen lauding near Ihe 'pl.nf.
M .lh Ihr llu
IIikI i .n.li il in ILirlM
"' i mud of ttriiflr I
reign M
aid:

i will help
.,,,. MM
ir hinder In clearing up
the outstanding Inter-
national question:
TIM Bri
'sttoni ot
Korea and of Chi____
liun on the United Nations
still wax that
iprcea nta-
two distinct and separate inatten>.
H. I. I'.-i..',. :
"m voting on thi Chin-
ese question until n was clear
ih.ii there would be the necessary
majontv in hivoui ot Communist
Chun rcpl.r
Represent.it:<
IN MOSCOW, itussia's decision
he Security Council
' .i-t dei ',1,1. t,,
.Security Council in-cause I am
deeply convinced th;l a) the
origin of all foolish and criminal
decisions like those of
are always silences and mlsiinder-
s tending*
The Soviei action I especially
appreciated because It |
implicitly the imports n.
United Nations Asseml.U
services which It
The Communist Leader Palmlro
Togliati said that this shows once
i ;ore that ihr Soviet policy Is con- |lo return to
In defence of j>eace '>-
Decisive Factor
Guelssepc Vittorio, Of u i ., i
Secretary of a 5.00u,(MM member
Italian General Confederation of
l-abour said "Any attempt to solve
the crisis of the United NatatPI
Assembly which dominates the
International situation may be Ihe
decisive factor for a general casing
of tension.
This would almost automatically
determine a political casing of
tension Inside various countries.
HpaclaUy In hah
"The Christian Democrat Mem-
ber of the Italian Parliamentary
Foreign Commlssk\. Giuseppe
Uettlol, described the decision as
perplexing". In any Q|M BiWUa
shows by her decision that she is
rot ready for a Third World War."
THE BRITISH FOREIGN
OFFICE today looked with sus-
picious eyes at Russia's sudden
decision to return to the United
Nations' Security Council.
The Department's Official spokes-
man told newsmen that before any
welcome back could be extended
to the Soviet Union it would have
to be seen whether she intended
to eo-opernte with or obstruct the
Council's workings.
When asked if the Secunlv I Thl> also linked In,
Council could repeal its resolu-! WI" Ihe talks between British
tfons on Korea if the Russians j Ambassador Sir David Kelly anil
forced the issue, the spokesman Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister
aid that he thought It would be'Andrei Groin vko
cifflcult for them to project their) The view hen. was that rhouafc
veto power Into the past, especial- the Soviet deeismi, wL a new
ly since they had not been repre- i, toward* ih., ..,,. 1
lentod .1 ihe time of the decision |S2Ji72la2! fWSSS" "' ;'
But he added that tall Wai ^ T ^r'r?'
speaking unofficially because ha SBaU xSL l\ 2! *
had not yet had time to look into ;f*!nX i l Mahk wouW
the full implications of Russia's < 'r"no*r "' Ua Su
r,,,Urn OTPTK KIHHliN MIMMIK
HriUiin\ R*>trn>t '
"'"""' ntgFCI irtporteis tonight that Egypt would
Speaking officially, the spokes- "OI change her attitude n
man recalled that Britain had ax- |Ccenmunit China, even if Russia
pressed regret when the Russians 'raised the question in the Security
walked out of the Security Coun- Council when it meets next
cil. "It will be necessary to wait r.ontlu under the chairmanship ot
before It becomes apparent iMr Jacob Malik
whether thH new step of Russia I __Reuter
MAN IN THE GLAU
Ressw'i /Malik.
aervers tonight M partial i.-
aponae to the Indian and British
approaches to the Soviet Govern-
ment since the Korean War
Ubacrv. ,(
I?llo*'M ": rtiKto
th letter Troni Pundu Nehru in
v.-hich ihe Indian Prime Munst.-r
urged step. t(, end th* ronllict.
WAR SCARE SWEEPS
GEORGETOWN
GEORGETOWN July
Georgetown was almost thrown Into a state oi frenzv ni
terday afternoon as truck loads of Military and Police
turned out without any intimation by Presn or Radio
'' ii:n '';'-: ,'-v ftr* i-. dapositini umed m..... lull
battle dresssteel -he Imeted and with rides with bayonets
fixed, at strategic positions.
""" ----------------------- Telephones buued til) late in
the evening, as worried George-
lownera. with the war In Koiea
uppermost In then minds, sought
confirmation to turnout* that be-
gan the rounds that Russia had
declared war on ih< ... ,
Powtn in i aiion time crowd
gathered at ever-, cornel while
parents ran around seeking here
and there foi then I
out of school
We Must Face
Federation
Says Gomes
PORT-OF-SPA1N. July 26
The Trinidad Legislature iftBl .'
ttiiif today ndiourncd
until Monday on a motion b> the
Hon Dr Patrick Solomon, which
sought non acceptance of the
Standing Closer Association Com-
mittee, proposing Federation of
tne British We
Opposing the motion, the Hoti
Aitiert Oomcs told the House that
the West Indies cannot hope to
attain any political
without federation
Riil
III
Ihe i \. m-nn in
JUM an emer.rii. r\rti i-. hi
the military and police Tor
Internal **carMi reaaons
'inent was created
outside the lour-coinered QaorBH
town Prison, whore the
was that a big jail i
occurred. The praaanca of steel-
tifniflcance | helmeted police with bayonets
tlxed added credence to Una
Bells Mark
"Cam|mign
For Freedom"
i HICAQO Jtafa M
Drawing* ..f bells scrawled on
walls will mark the "Hi
Campaign to CommunLsm" to be
opened it. ihe h.m irU>n'
D Clay.
Ha i State) Mlhtar\
ill Ivciitn when
the huge tan-ton "FTetdon Heir
is rung in BarUn
The eight-foot I ell
frOlid unilci o
1 i .iot" was
don, Eng-I
I, 11(1
II Id it would be pei-
hunj In specially dedi-
i iribuu " thoaa
i t llvi in fit struggle

' i Slmultane
|| ill OVOI
church rails,
[tv hall Tits and 'ehool beli-
Ulld also peal throughout
Europe, announcing the
i I ruaade" D i which tha
the -vni)ol.
'.iv HMid it was viUlly
Important "for America to stop
up lb oamoalen "f unith to hias-
nlaa Communist oronaganda that
Amerie* -iirted Ihe Korean War.
nnd that this country was a nation
moeriallst witrmoncer- nut to
' the I rid Renter
Security Council Debates
On Korean Situation
LAKE SUCCBSS
The Security Council with the Soviei m> bsenl ma
today to debate the first repoii made h> ti ;.., Douglai
MacArthur^ headquarters on the Korean wai
Jacob Malik, the Sovftl
until the end of the month
Sir Gladwyn ilebs) oi Britain c m n
by which land, sea, and alt Foreea were di ploj
less than live wiH-ks sn... NimIi Koreai taed th<
large forces i, n, bet n Iran
12 Atlantic Pact
Nations Hasten
Defence Measures
LONDON. Jui. Jd
. atatlvea of Iha iweh
Atlantic Pact Natiom. tonignt an-
flounced their approval of undis-
.. onuncuuauont
t defence ploduction"
Meeung here as North Atlantic
Mined naputaai tha) dealaraa
..ftei a .u.l, ni .i iun: that al.
unprovoked act of aggn r
Korea makes it of more impor-
lanca titan aval lor the Govern-
ments of the North Atlantic
Treaty countries ti accelerate
the steps necessary to assure their
ommon defence"
The oepiities ,il-o lecogniwii
; for maintaining and
safeguarding economic rcconstruc-
i and stability ii, the North
Atlantic area".
Thau Chairman. Charles Spot-
Tord (United States), said the
deputies1 Bad achieved 'tangible
ills" wljn more to follow. They
OWel again next Tuesday for
with twelve Govern-
S\ Bord di'clined to comment
I whether the deputies
;d discussed or would discuss the
f replacing German in-
thln ihe overall plan
for the North Atlantic Deft
-Reuler
Craefa Lses India
As Go-Between
WASHINGTON, July ZB
The State Department has made
i new move, using India a ..i
Berr, to reassure Com
munUI China that the Unite
States had no territorial ambi
Mini- m Foimoaa. usually .nformed officials said to-da>
The United States has no am
bassador in the Chinese l i
iBHal, and ofTti.,,1
plained that the new move bj
v ic Department was ar. al
tempt to make certain that the
message reached it
Dnal destination.
i Reuler.)
JHth parallel. In that time
potted Into bottle"
"Democrats'At
40 Cents a lh.
Alter breakfast houi
housewives crowded Ml i I
N Oaddard a Sons Oi
in> BBBM ot the I)
just landed here.
Thaj were buying "1).
I plegrowi.......a. Au^
Iralla, and were paying sO cen;:
tor each pound
These apples were part of ^ih.
supply which arrived fiom An
tralla on Thursday undi i < oi
Moraaa on the s s CUy oi Diepfs
This ship was still dischiirgtiiu
cases of apples veslcnlav
if suiiieicni refrlai rati
is ordered from Australia
bados. ships of the Montreal. An-
traita and New Zealand lines will
make regular calls here, the Chid
n ratal i
I ... lUevemenl and i doub

be teak


...i ,>t agajn \<
haw
not f raai
"But let not tin
'
I it .
ultli '
S i Glada n laid thai
ad rough! the o -
at -.ii mlUtarji oparattoi .....
..mi .I* Uea
lie was confident that Uiis phasi
was ending, thai lines would bi
: ibUlaad and the Invading force* I fniwers
driven i*ck from the larrltot
the* had overrun
Spiril oi >arnltce
Jour. Ci........ o. I ma . v:
to Ins country's appieciatloi
the decisive and d> i i mined
which Unified Conn
Costa Rica
Answers
UJN. Appeal
t.AKK BI I I BM .lid> 2H
llu.. :. da] int.ntned tin
pladBi
dt the ftl-i-'^.ti of the Securilj
Ciiuncil "anei|uale sites f.'i air oi
plaet iiftabta ra
'- estahltshllienl ,>' -.mall naval
doi frten
Mi. iii..ii i.. i ohsee i ii.i. i
Secratan of i Rica ItjnHgi,
Aitaira Deparunent, alao told th<
i ',iii ,1 N.. ii ni .-in ii '.H
-! rrygVi i.i, lh.,' in- ion.-in
raonl <.i- willing i" send volun<
. i i alnlaa in '
in ordat U
BMure thai thai will not run
LI.....I. at oi -
, |j io Lfl i..
1 i
NplfcM in Hi*
.1'- appeal lei
il , ...!..
i with the unified Men-
ii.mil ..i... il i (. ihj
Kon an it public
The two Latin Ainen.an icpli-
hrnught to 29 Ihe total number of
Mi Lie's appeal
Realer
American Troops
Fired On From
Prepared Posts
By DEREK PEARCEY
With Ihe American Force* on the South Coast of
KOUKA. h .- 0
\MERICAN TROOPS on the south cbaat of
Korea, are finding evidence that North Korean*
prepared their invasion long in advance.
During the battle for Hadong, 75 miles west
of Pusan yesterday, Communists used concrete
machine gun emplacements. Northerners in an
other area fired on Allied troops from deep holes
in hills without natural cover.
Intelligence Officers have noted other positions
previously prepared by North Koreans on high
ground at strategic points.
As soon as North Koreans entered an area they ucnt
tralghl In these positions ,ni| pawed hc:i\\ lire on the
Americans 1mm eover
American [ntelllgencc Authorities aaaurned thai ainp
the wlthdrgwal of United states iroon from Koragj at thi>
end of the occupation, underground loroaa began prepar-
ing invasion gmoggllng In ehes through-
out the oountn
I in in lhal Ibi explained
i ; i ml lit dor.
:.
ring onl) lh,. innoeont
i ret wet-
- il' plruti

ten Kil th Aim?
night leportei
III!
G.l'x Reach
U.S. Lines
In Safely
K> I.IONII III IIMI'
i WITH INK AMRRlt \f
FRONTMNF TnOOPfl
KOMM il
A company oj ,\
cut off loi aawaral dayi bj *
North Korean fl.tukmu m
outli of Yongdoog In Da
sector regained then own llni
.si nighl ijulv *7i
niellliiK I'l mile mnich Ihniugh
untalni
'Anununitlon wai km end we
i 111, tbod il all
..
I laid Irom A.k
lire Korean

In tin ifiiire t ii Uth Infantry
Bit pvund but
hntng ......untot .d
k < 11 Klon 'h,
Officer of theS.S. Clip" of 0..-.1'. \"k ln" d,mcu" *"'
;..ld the 'Advocate'
The Cup of On pjii has reti...
tton .ucommodalion for H'
ns of cargo and a net ton
of s.8511 tons
The heroism and spirit of sacii-
i .ue admired i
the whole world, be said
.Nothing wa.s more difficult foi
the new troops than to tight del.i>
SI kp
or tin* Una call
This vvus UM Al '
in Clta oj Ok PR
i. i* usual!) d
old doii.'
, uranabippad '" ll" ' ad
i i. | that oioi i foi
re i,I so hlg.
The officers are all nritish w I. Ii
lie rew are from Alask.i
Ambon hotale*/
JAKAHTA. July Z i
The maurgent-held I
Aiiiin n haa bean economically andi
mllltarlb laolatad toi i
i .,i Taaya of Uv I
.......i il s'''" o* larad to-:
Ajnban b novi In onb latand
left to Uself. The Itcpul l
only remaining awaete to tno
[lot "f the ma lot part
the former Dutch Eaat indkM
i nder a llngle Indonesian eom-
m.-ind Resitet.
POCKET CARTOON
r.y OSBI HI LA.NCAWeK
lLgi'J u K b*Mf ' r*0"
I'- i euerday wa$ a proud
day for B'tluh crooacf," or
icseplt tothtmA?"
Trade Union
Leaders Squabble
Over Korea
BTUTTOAKT, Ainrn.un long
Jun 211
i am Bntnak Irada Ualea laattei
I 1 'I 1...... II .1 < "llh !!,. Ql ,
hileiiiallomil .......,,
uon lie though) thai kei fWH ration ..<* i
public opinion had dom U- thai
luatlca to the prublems of nipply-
tig aubetanUal aqtdpmanl and
*..... i
d the aggression in Kmi.,
M tha r-t and was noi
likely to be the last "Th.- worli
lodaj i pnatounrlg darturbe I
boul when and where ihe next
Mow win fair- di Talang added
thai North Koreaa loldb i
lighting with a fannti< <
possible because of the enslave-
ment of the minds of people
within the Iron Curtain
Sir Senegal Nam .,t ha
h il to rfoeth Korea even
'' plj idth ii"
lj COUnCll'l levolutioi,
withdraw to Ihe Mth parallel
that) n try mud.
, ,- i|. i,|T.
We h..
Amerii jii CaUiualue* In Korean
li.Jllli. .....I '"l I 1 ggjtt Ihr
i lui.d Shi,- Defeaae isepari-
nienl .ionouiiced
rhO) .... i".i. tl billed I died
from uiiiinriV :h!i uaunded 19
iiiiiin.i >,!.. iT- mlfMlm In
aetjaa
in. Miiuortrfl* are tbaae
ion .......nhal Ihr "inhired"
liuoe l.u.l In AcrldenU.
llu i.i. i ..miiMi Iktl was
lontlrmeg >^tore-ay.
I ii claimed to*
ighl thai the North K...
ib H ij ang, g| tnllea souUi
or Teuag
The COnuOOnlll trOOpt who look
m would not rota on a rnoooi.
telling (oi full support for UM
. Mini NaUOBI over Korea.
uthui Deakln, Oeni ra
.i v ill tin- 1 l,ios|>oll .Hid Ceu. i
i I miwi. ipaafclDg in favoui
.il the motion, challenged Jain.
riggina, gacratap al lha Nation.,
( Bum Uuilwavineu. when 1 I.i
..illei said that lur. del.g.it oi.
would abstain from voting betauii
it had no mandate fiom its mem
Kiggin- said that his t'moi,
i iiuual < onference Just eenesUd) I
bad not diM'Uised Koie.i II.
. mnhailaad that he wanted the
-i. ii iiiini, tobi .'..
.....lad
roiirsutiare
Ine Innlsh National Council
nuppl
ii mi niie day and had i I
ftaal but the men look ean
lava Mine <>i then rood dm v-
He] balnwd
. well in .. Mr) .
pidi-.lv were
lad. were
the game who earlier captured
i..i.i. i roll "' rallaa vmth
. i llg officers and mei rtamyani
pyongnang Radio also claimed
The Imertcani tnoatlj young t1 . an American ggpaefortreai
atari without previous eargwrierM on Taejon alrnald on
.reked through ihe country llu. k n,:. i
he North Kon .
'i0**! ( pj| | tiercel Lmm
Thev lo,.t thiee meals in h ^ Phursda)
lUlys "" added
Their bffitaUoa ItOadulg '. Reeiter.
l '......i -------------
:-'-l,::,:,r^J,-,:,..;,;.1:-i,; PA.A. plane crashes
I i h uttlng ii ofl
Vongdong ah eacepi uu !*> '
cumpani i.M.k.- through ( umnollalton
>ao Leopoia
Tour of eleven Amei A ra. I ...
got through Tl *
era boggi d down or lost thi vn (ti
tracks and had Io be destroyed i routlni trip to Porto Aleere
Reuler l Realer.
I'l
agalal
w.....
Home Defence
sn Baoaaal explain* d
outset why India had not
i ui provwa forces to
b Kon He said the
of her armed fo
f..i home dafan -
"Our internal needs at pragaal
lhal an c.tn.i.t .iffoc
I
n out ol India
n ii, .....
eh) i bould ilka u
ue trihute paid to Uv

entorce the decfgloni
Couaafl
have f.....d ln<
1 r d Into an i npre
we ar,
, ... ireeeni
.. i War O
p \< '..!.. .,i i
. uv promptn
v mi i, th* I Unrta
NaUws had acted Hi tl

' H. i-x | .1 'i.i.. (..,

I and other stales would
venuM of collalXiratioi
| for the United Nations Ii K
,r
i il..... afh* i. rapcaaantad Ihe
l 'inon inoveiiieid of thi
,ii.,in Part) and Ihe Cooperauvr
It had said In no unevi
aw i toi i tounquare
ih ihe Uniled Nations in dealing
. th lively with aggression i-i
[| it-. "
Deakln .uggeated thai ti.....
ini i hi,i,I,I .|,|,.|,t Ihe i. -.1 .
lion as a malta* of pruwlple and
ihen refer II back foi utcorporatlon
| .. mm bei of odnoi n t
.....r. n nea voi
khelmingt) in favour of UM
i neral principle of the n
ll wtth 18 recorded ah b
hi. h included foui llrltish rail
. aaJaajMaj,
Austrian, Swedish and Finnis'
it legates also abstained I,
ing and rrltn ised the resolution
Rio Swedish delegat.-.
that only its railway imttil-1
.....ipgadng lha laeolunoB
leader, dbm Ii
Km n-soiiit,.,,, .aid w. in nnlani
d ,.,,., .,
hon against the Sovie:
Union, with whom Finland has
'. and!) relations- '
Ha elded that the Umtef
' el not accused UM Bi -
Union as this resolution did, .'
Haare war in Korea
e Reuter )
SMOKE
"Hang Leopold9 Strikers Shout
lie went on: "We wlm la- I port
. ili-r or ni. alone. No matter,
bow unralaUble it mat be for "< '' '
-ome of ew. we have gnt to face "ashing aroupd deposit mi: I
federsUop. ,"' ' "'''' Volunteers and Police'
We must face the fact that \< *"'
lerrltories of Uila site and thev
hope to re-,tion and Cable Office, the Treas-
hlil.'SSEIJl. Jul> 2H
Su-ikeis ihouiiag Hang La>
pOKT*, poured into Bru- night threniening to march aga
on I^eken Palace iht home
Ihe newly returned King l.ei
pau
"But this time wa "Hi re i
the Paloee." shouted tniwi U
foundrymen and chrinieal
-------------------------------------- ------v i -ju' ,ui fc* ,,t- t .(,.. ^ (*. ,, ini.
.lise dominion stalu* within the "n and Public Uuddings. the \ er, deacribed at "tough e\n
!-:'-. r\_________,.UL _ kl_ Quitlii mil Dui rilSri tii>a ^i,l..^_
M .. -
British Commonwealth of S'a- Banks and Pott Office ..nd picking
lion- far lew realise indepen- tchefl and returning
denee for naUonhood In a world 11 hem io Police Headquarters and
where national solid-.nl* is HI that aster-
osential for economic survival lei were going on
rhleflv because of these con-'
^derations we miul endeavour, ''' inanoeuvrej ovei. buglae
to federate aa wh aa anulMf ^"ded. and Georgetown was able
Gomes moved an amcndm< After the ho*
-king the Council to accept the ('he Commandant commented"It
-ee'i Report all went well."
the police
Fighting flared up In Brussels
Nord Atthls first influx
a wave of den
tne French speaking pi
of Wall grip the
country In a general strike unles*
King 1-ee.polrl abdicates
Last night thousand. of
demonstrators led by the Soclal-
i>* and former Premier Paul
Spaak called the strike the Marl
of a revolution, and wren
back outside the Palace b)
mounted Gendarmes with
drawn spears, and foot-guard*.
armed with rifles
'tin officer said that the pollaa
would have their work cut out
to handle these Sou then
already paralyse' by
the creeping of Ihe strike
Brussels must be a oV
by to-night or to-morn.'

As the first arrivals tuiged
from the sUtion, a
shouting "Long Live the K fig"
was partly stripped
ng -tnkers sang a new
esg" the tlrst line of whll <
was
"Down with Leopoldthe man
should hang"
mad m the
Station Souare Private driven
wheeling to net gway wen-
iK.gRe.1 down in giant Iraflli
Ind gendarmes closed
that had re-.
ll ed sudden-

surged into the heart of the capi-
tal, .ailing for "abdication" A
demonstrator climbed
r "i

Royal-
The death of Deny affio *
knocked down by a bus during a
-lone throwing battle at Leaken
Palace last night has been alter-
natet) announced and denied
nnoa than
They observed a minute's til-
Their leaders then instrm ted
their, to assemble at Socialist
Pati Hi let 'io
. ,ted "This time
we will reach the Palace".
They were unaWved by official
Itkms that plant* were
ibandonad without pumping and
and furnaci
had gone cold were
: that mll-
mld bi1 losi bef
.ilal mdiitries could be got go-
Keuter
THE CIGARETTE
WITH THAT
EXTRA FLAVOUR.
?
10 for 16 cents


/
PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATl-RDAV. JULY M. 1S0
CaJtib Qallinq
Any More For The
Guillotine ?
Niven's Pimpernel Film Waits For The
Verdict From Goldwyn
My ar*M (on way
*VHAT NEWS of thai verv Elumv- Pimpernel- which Powell and
bwsjef begun making for the KordP company OVai >eir ago"
I hoar that the revised version is now ie..dy. and that Sam
OoMwrn will be asked to see II onvalelv before he leave* London.
Why Goldwyn" Because he VU the CtHl : 'nperrela
hold-up
has
an option on
ihe American
rights, b u I
threat e n e d
MM M* I
ludi n.# oot"
VhM he
Maw the first
camp 11
.ITMHI1
After Irani*
ttjatk ten-
sion between
Kuril and
C o I d w n
David Nina
and Margaret
l-ighton were
taken back to
l h studios
and put to
I k aaln for
. o n d -
IhOHfBl
Lay Your
Own Floor
NKW YORK,
the daintiest housewlf
r cake on the muscle-* i/cd
Wh
i Gold-
I'lmpernel at
Pre-
Con-
1 ait
MR. AND MRS JOHN VVJ two i-hildrcn left for the
U.S. via Puerto Rico vesjtardaj } IIWIA. rim ..re piclured
here on their way to the 'plane
1EAVINC yesterday morning
by B.W.I A. for l-i
intratisit to the U.S. were Mi
and Mrs. Johnnie Wise and their
two rhildfen, Audrey and Ja.k-
ton They are going to live In Mr.
W. home state Pennsylvania
and they will be staying tem-
porarily with his parents.
Come Here Every Year
week
pulled a wry
face snd re-
torted: "Let's
out talk about
Mil AND MBS. A TAYUM !f'f',&a
and ihvar young daughu. and b>- now
arrived yesterday by U.W.I A ,stly pro-
lion, Trinidad to upend a hohd) ductlon Is due
in It.irbados Mrs. Taylor ana foi London
then daughter will be here for .showing next
(WO months, but Mr. Taylor win month, what-
only U here for one month ever the Gold
Johnnie used to be with the They *re staying at "Beac'i Amei
S Army during the war and Houta* St Lawrence, and
U stationed lor n time at Sea- 'o BaroadOi every year
Airport hare, and his wife holiday. Mr. Taylor
can
lap of laying n new floor.
Just introduced on the market
*i kit which, the makers cay,
Ke floor tile laying easy. It
ronU.:is the necesaary equipment
an awl. a spreader for
Up) iheslve. und cord and chalk
with which to mark guiding lines
Tn-s should I* laid close to-
gether always working from the
centre of the room out to the walls.
pel ttta should be lowered care-
hilly into the adhesive which his
been left to dry until it become*
sticky so it will not ooze up.
When half the floor Is completed.
adhcatva maybe applied on the
OtAM side and Ihe same process
followed. After a few dav-. the
tl.i. must be washed with warm
Is rinsed with clear water
..xed.
Ad that, say the u -'
in.' rome with the kit. is all thetj
I It IN S
Suck Gum Nol Thumb
BIRMINGHAM. Eng
All children should chew gum
,iut only after meals and with
tn closed.
This advice was given by
English dentist A. Wulpoie-Day
at the British Dental Associations
annual meeting at Birmingham
He *aid.
"It exert iscs the jaws and pe-
.,,.' .. i that result,
from under-development "
Tin- lientist cited three cause*
of irregular teeth! Thumb sucK-
ing. swallowing with the tongu*
letween the teeth In the
a baby, and breathing
through the mouth
if sucking cannol be cured,
aid Walpole-Day. "it is better
that the child should have a
iiher than a thumb"
INS
HOUSEWIVES
GUIDE
Price-, in the iPcaJ market
for apples and n
when the Atlvi>-~a><
yesterday sfssn
Tasmania Apples.
40 cents per pound
Mangoes 3. 4 and 6 centa
each.
Rupert and the Back-room Boy-8
B.B.I. Radin Pr.rj.aaar
rtwDAV
rj pa
Ami... Ill - fcia, M-Clhr-
en ai m. Th*niw or*an. > a> "
Pram Ova Third Program"* S am
rrom in. Miion..:.
tT>-~ e^rxSr I IB B.
Wi Indu-. Ji MlHUr
,4, |4i
i m Cto- nown. I 3 '
Vo.kU.irs. II noon Th* N>. H.M
a Newt AnslrHn. H IS P > ****
.land v. B.i-uh Islss; II p an
Jr.* BaliSbur>'. I* 4S P "

The two stilt psit si
*h uWr siivePturt.
tsedbrs aa dtodt I
msi ifitmoon. As I
ss> horns ht it.pt '
prstkir pl.m gee*in|
U It.. ..1 .1 si
"Good s'soou*
i.r:ioM under
i sprawling
h* |ps.
Anjons would think n Tiid *pptr^l
then all of s suddtn." Ai h* BtatM
mhf gcti mow and more puiilrd.
"I'm nrxtr ttn a pljn: .ikt lhai
briot.,*' he ihinks. "Vl lull aMl.
wKik all ihe ireta at- bar.. ad-
kwk ihe Icavciatr like iai *
UM P I .
P m
in. Newi
.V ,11...
I 10 p in

ijaarsi
The I
i I
atarUgM
lew, 4
Dalit .
Camp FJre fw Onl . *J fund. M-ePhtraot. "
Thntlir Ursan; S p
! ...
with ms; a j- ,. .u rroi
I p iii Thi-
... Analy.i-
w I i Terksti
PSVSMati SIS p.
Span. Summ-r*. I p m Catsp PPs
ItN Olrl OuMlca and Oirl Sauuia. a BO
p.m InWrlude. pm "* UP ">*
: I, m The New i
Inlcitud' |U II p in John O'Oraala lo
Und'a End. IS *i p in Orchertrsl
Recotdi. II i> " The Uti
Hwjui
I
Urfe"
N-w
Uni-
THE FIRST ASiM'O
COLOR PICTURE TO
COME TO BARBADOSI
Mil VI H S'LI'W CIXRMA IManSw. Onl/)
.1 mini I niDll .ii r M
TONH.HT IO TIE9IIAV MlillT at Ml
1 M'K OaBaOH JAMS PAIGE IH)N 1HFORE
ud IHIRIn 1)4*
IIOMANd ON THE IIKiH SEAS'
in Tcchnirolur
A Warner Bros. Pasture
SPKMI. MATINEE: THIS MORMNli
at 9.30 o'clock
IIMMV WAKIIIV m B TAYLOR
CHRISTINE LARSON-
PARTNERS OF THE SUNSET '
A Monoaram Picture
In
I have
the former Audrey I-ashlev ,
Barbadian.
A keen radio enthusiast, he
operatad a "Ham" Station undci
the rail sign of VPOSJ, and he wag
b known aa -Sionewall
Jarkson," by his radio trlenda J
Qulat and unassuming, John an I
his family will be greatly nalgp I
by their wide circle of friends. I
"Tuchen Week"
nd Co., In Port-of
verdict about rolM in the tllm version, il It !
not yet een a *-iade but not the same two.
tbieaa Powell and Pteuburger 1 h.. atorv la lieing changed round
(The Garden) ST. JAMES
... . Mare /.."..ii seoii. Darolkr MsIbsh
FLAXY MARTEN
KIM. ill lll 1 \RMVAL
ii Htki *ri irrrs
INIVAI." a -HAaE -l I H ll ii
inent Kven against
Sam himself
Why
MARGARET
IV. IdlrV
LZIGHTON inusl
furooflcii her Lddu
|g in IfM Pimpernel
has donr -
LIIEH I
l!..llM.|l
MR 11. R1SELEY TUCKER
British Council representu-
tive in Barbados, left >tsUid.i> I.. A
B.W.I.A for Antigua. From i
there he will be goliiK to Tofflola rvlurnad
via St. Thomas. In Tortola he aftemooo
will give a aeries of live l.vtur* (...im-d b>
at their "Teachers" Week BtaPJflaM
Mil.1.1
Huggl
SpalU
To Study Engineerinfi
LEAVING norili for Hie I r.
is Mr. Herbert Cjrannum. soi
I : mi and Mrs. Widum II
J .1.1111111:1. ol "Ashton', Uardei
I ipp, Wnilhilig.
1 in 1 tri 1 is going to Scotland to
I ud>' eiigineexlng at Miul<<
' jlson. an Engineering Company bornY returns from the Broadway
1 i.i- omrse is expected to last for tornpany to take up her original
live years. roi.
Returned With Grnndaon Why * -*" Laafbto"
Bl.....!
1 bmi pi ..
idhered
ruga lap
,. ti of the Lons-
If thai tiir.e'...l It Is
she would have a
ttM ill"-
GLOBE
carl.,
Blakrney
, /""'
since.
At the beginning of Jul> MM
1 leaves the cast of The C Party. Irene Worth (Amen.
Bpi Mi Loo dab, trho wart
nhead tn N Yotll t-> arrange
ihe protlurtii.n. is due back In
-day I hear there has
Iss^earfllOl In'twcen the
author and the American manage-
. 11 how The Way Things
JOHN FORDS NfW AND FINEST
PICTURE OF THE FIGHTING CAVALRV!
her film contract
. Alexander Korda Ha.*
ny pressing new I
To Join Husband
nj
vo months' holiday In V,. c,
8, Mrs. Ethel Hay Korda i
Trinidad yesterday ror Mt
wr grandson' Stephen "It was arranged at the start of
wVTiaa im him U- P3 *f * *" **'
here for about ItatM for a limited, season.
Tnay were staying v
Mr and Mrs. Charlie Raj
HS. HAZEL DOWNEY While Hull Flats. Hastings.
For Trinidad Vitif
left
say the film
company. "You never fa
might suddenly nnd a role for
If an actress of Margarrt
Lasghton*! calibre steps out of
M1;
weeks, it seems
pliiiining curried to
Hrklie'a HaM I.m.U
M
daughters Put and Wendy
.yesterday by B.W.I.A. ._ -
Puerto Rico inlransit for the I'* ilaughler of Mr nnd Mi
U.S.A. She will Join her husband Thomas Fitzgerald of "Raffet-n
there, who left Barbados about Harrison, left for Trinidad M
oiu- vear ago. Thursd;i> gilafnooa by n.WI.A.
. PatiltM has gone for a holiday. Q^ysiS JOHNS, another f>-
Arrived Yeaterday |>ut may stay on for an indefinite ra(l. Korda contract star, ntersu
period. She will be staying with jr,,.,, jrayc 1" screen soon.
ARRIVING from Trinidad yes- hrr brother Pat and his family in Lonsdalc's The Way Things Go,
lerdav morning by B.W.I.A gt Ann's. Port-of-Spain in which she Is aPPaarlni
were Mr. and Mrs. Errol Uailev ..ti towards the end of Jul
They were intransit from AruU. rnotographa lool itaa surprisingly short run of llv
where Mr. Bailey is with ll.e rpllK Anlmua Art Group which months.
Industrial Relations Department I |s holding an Exhibition -t Miss Johns s.neat film )'">"';>
of the Logo Oil Company. ,h(- and of August is not only be in an ..dap ution *' J-"
. u aeeeptlng DsJnttngi and drawings Bridies A Sleeping t wgwu. u
i^SALS^V&^SRm, but also wWAn^dcO^
CROSSWORD
z, ;- i
in
1
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J
1 "i n
Extra:
LEON ERROL In
"BACKSTAGE FOLLIES'
British and American Newareel.
LOCAL TALENT Al'DlTTON
9.30 i in To-morrow
Mr. Bailey used to
St. Mary's Boys' School before
he went to Aruba and was ufec
for a short Umo a member of ttu
Advocate' staff. He has been li
Aruba for two and a half years
Hen- for two or three week*
they are staying with his mothei
in St. Matthias Gap.
i- rni*
Atrn t_
10 Blatiopric 1*1
. i r. oi
' Atlmii an ostii. (l
m uo petrol. HI
i an lunsn Hi
I an .. Ita
,| .,-r, II. ii. l .
.. I OS .
II. .- .
a \ great
11 Hi'r a tnir
(HECK THESE VALUES!
Mlllt IllOtllilllllll llllll 4||| ||.
(.. i lOgrM ID
I ..
hoping lo make It would be In.
M IggliK. who live, at 40 llnl Bridle play to b creenerU.
was Street in St John., under the morejr.een-llke till"
AoUlUA I. organlMng this part ol ol fU-.h and J"""1 _,,., ,
Ih,- 3m ..".I >!.' write., welrom- In Ihe la.l WeM End revival ol
in. Ba.hadu.n ..holographer. lo A Sleeping Clergyman. Margarr
.end their exhihlu lo her lor exhi- Lelghton plgyed ... ....
Glynl. John, will also act two
BY THE WA\-By Beachcomber
IT IS coming to something
but i am not Mir.- t" wfipt
when " '
crow's clothen are stolen.
The thclt is nniarkable. be-
cause scarecrows ure so badly
dressed today. There was a time
whafl the big landed gentry used
to send for someone from their
own tailoring firm to BaPaalaff*
Ihe scarecrows on the estate for
a couple of suits. That, of
.curse, explains the odd DWlucI
of the dipi
peer who. on
held a 1'
lion with
lha home farm.
Thv Thnrofiri/i flu/e
npHE tnse win held >
1 day owing
a common <
wtian Mr Tlnkli
become* exi Iti H Ibow again
got wedged In hal mouth -
strange us that may sound, "it Is
i OOnatltuUonal wtalOaaai, m'lud," why do we assume that Auu-.i-
it.-d Mr. Honevweuther cans only come lo England u
, ..,- shrewdly "Hemark- lead the life they are accustonud
.,,,!,. said CoeklacarroL leaning to lead In America"' I kwolhr
(OTward and watching Mr. Snap- answer to the man who asked loi
driver's efforts to dislodge the cup of tea and a Uppar ;.t UH
intruding elbow Mr Gooseboote. I'uvilhon d Armenonviiie in tru-
in BO iUanint to (and u helping Bols de Boulogne
apt his elbow interlock.-!
coUaagua'a, and the two
like Japanese
B'**rrrf*a magmilr mi
ensft of A N AJnericon
ihr bidsMi lareaaai. J* covered that lh.
ntiHt has dat-
eonUi
round nf ,i pflpphODa bell kills
mice, just as the eonUnuoui
sound of a muffin bell kill- dog
and the continuous smi ,.i of .
tm-tmi .hutch bell makes ele-
phants very ill. As a DMtlan
gad the judge sarcasti
ta1 Galii"
me kniiw "
/*/ /mining
10 \: in it that 1 s^-itrUtPi
ltd l- taP -
dn Amerl* poet wrote:
\>i\ ineanvenlanet reteaeap n-inkles
mparatlvaly house
tppant i1' wa an p/UI aol mra an old hone
i hum bOCPUM U'uli ii" breath tn his hodi,
ivi dn i: Btd Said lh pale tutor
. onl) one last- Ouisldi- tM nlocc-/art0'|*
badrOORH But WOt much.
fro..
lIKitirs A IVEW MM...
MISSOI.IMS MBHOWa INSIMS
MAXIM ituiKis UNSEQUraSO I.OVK"
TKITII HILL OUT kj Ch.rlille llnldane
FK()>I tSflU TO lOMMONHKALTII-
I'RINCII'I.HS OS BRITISH 1MPF.R1AI.
GOVERNMKNT"
BaVM) SABRF.f R"by Wren
"IN FACE OF FEAR"by Michael Scot
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ADVOCATE STATIONERY
STORE
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al'I'MI'S In While. Brown. Blark. Blue 55c.. V, IMS |1 H
0BALLKKINAS in Red. Slira 38 $1 45
a LADIES' CANVAS RUBBER SHOES liJ
0LADIES' CANVAS CASCALS In While. Rrd. Blue ... 2.95
a LEATHER SANDALS WITH K I mil K SULES
ChUdren'a tl 0: $1 .10; Ladle, JJ J5: M; j 15
a LADIES' CREPE SOLED SHOES.......IJ.5 lo :. ...
a) MEN'S "1.1. his., SHOESBrown or Black >l SO 5 j
a MEN'S SOCKS .........Je 4J,., 50,. jk ,fc
^CHILDREN'S and LADIES' ANKLETS
32c, Sfic., Se., 4c. 41c.
a-IU>l I'OLISIIES, SHOE BRl'SHES. Sl'EDE CLEANERS
WORLD.
I
To be
as lovely as
A Star
of Beauty
follow the advice of
the charming star
Maria Montez,
who says
" I always use Lux Toilot Soap
it's a real beauty care. 1 cover
my face Rcneromly with la rich,
super-creamy lather, working it in
gently, but thoroughly. Then I
rinse with warm water, splash
with cold. With Lux Toilet Soap
lather, skin takes on new loveli-
It feels like smoothing beauty
In!"
TOILET SOAP
IN STARS


SATURDAY. JUI.T . 150
Mantes of Oivners of 100
Acres Should be Published
Says Mr. W. A. Crawford
Mi. \\ A Crawford asked 11 questions when the rfo
AsM-mbly met last Tuesday. Mr. Crawford want* Govern-
ment to publish a list of the people who have 100 ;.
land or more.
Hi
k Will the Government cause K>
be published at the earliest
date possible figures showing ir
dfstr ibution and ownership of land I
In the colony on fhe basis of one(
hundred MOO) acres and up-
wards'
A* In view of the colony's acces-1
ton in tha BMnomk Co-Oper-
ation A a i r> m I 11 i. will thtl
Government please Malta Whotnei
It hag .mi-, plan. foi appli. Btlon
for assistance from Marshall Plan
ftmtk to which the eoufir] M
now entitled, foi the purpose of
large-scale irrigation as part of
our Agricultural development
programme, M loi any other pur-
BARBADOs ADVOCATF
PAGI thrki:
Harbour Log
la Carlisle Bay
C Oeraon. *
rtla rioi-f. -* | (
aUfej
II V-.
lMct*ood. Km
i" H l>*vMi Q gam, art* >

1 n>l* Wtt'te. ch Dons.. >
> I)
ARRIVALS
Earle* Tr-lfi. Ill Ion.
ffatM Tumi lUaruf
perlaaM, 4.**s ion. n*< c
taa. from ai Kin.
Moll, N Jon**. IT torn n
CUnidmi. Horn Dorruraca
Moimariulf a.SIl lorn nW Cj
from PWi-rto Cabtllo
.>rtARTVRRS
lad> lay. 4S ion* *l Cai
I fM SI L..C.a
In Touch with Barbadoi
Coast Station
-1 a mm w 1 Lta ad
VIM Out Ihejr ,. cOrnmunKal,
a.ih in* following .hip. u>ioti*h in*.
I'.rbadoa Com Sum ion
H S Ci<> ol M-iii.,
Q,,rt.
I I
dian.
--------riMk, 8 s An-
Kjllntf*. H S Oolflto
ana d* I-ifii,a. s S Com*.
I I s. agwave, S s Historian,
- : Ami. S . HW,,| l^-,>i,.|d
S > Ranmtala. X S Fort Amnrot. S S
Fort R.ch-lini S ft Mara Nik* S 8
Hcr.llt.,. fl a Alcoa CavalMr. s s
"*> Tliar. ft 8. B.i,..r.i 1 *
B>ch- ARRIVALS It, R W I A L
lior.1 THINIInn
Joaeiill Carlrr. Olivia C-ll-ndii
j.-*pi Urtttaun, Larej Butiai r->t*
QofdoM Km|
l.om MAhTINigtfF
In

ht..iti HHITISII (iUIANA
IMaar Adam* Hewlill Benjamin. Ilil-
ttllill Carty, A "t* 1 in
V..n> (liiini., Soft* Ohlpni.
UMilt Uilt*n.. Jraaw Gray. Jonn Gray.
Brayi Aaneo Kodria^*.. Maria
*"ll RuTrisim. Lilian
I'i Uritn. Anllwn> IVinamlp.. Jrjn
l>rnarule<. Hhbhi We.ima.... Jranriu
Fd-..nl. Smlih Burnw, MtirflarM
Mi- Hind.
nam MAtQLTtTIA
bana Dri CanN, Jn*epn*a
I i Ji^lnK n,i Ca*>ii. P>mia
DM 1..1T i P.bhM F.-ma Oom*/. P*Um
Oaawa ivi** ariwaaa>aaaM
'^r Rafael Cauillo
Rniirl and Nfwton Road I 1 Lhii
dad with d High
sal Turnlrm. S' Michael Both
1 arred at the juncUou ut Lodge
kT.cf5ux"J'19' " '
M-MS3. rti
i..mi,i
Ul I VKTl'af- Hv R W I 1
I nlN-IDAD
CJln- Krll. Ki.lh Kr-llv. Sain Krllv.
aaejra Johani
PuNrN RllMM IKilii.-. I. W I .
Hi-I... II..... ... il l|..i-no. JiMm
Mr norolhfl Phill.|. Haipn sMrllir.
Omiirl' <;..l.i..,l Mi.lm.l Rodricur/.
Riibrii Radiiaaaa, John R.- 1 irla
BayiM 1 ibrlfl Hirtli. Prr O'Connor.
PMH
rpin
c. ..
' NADA
tl...... *lr*l' H..,.u' 1 1 1.....
M K.nn|. P.f*. K.tr
rite. J." OeninMin.
I MM '."UNA
Van Il-rn. Joy.c Bannl U H
1ADM. L.- Alr.ir.l*.
.....ii. J.iJuti .....an, Ri.i.^,.1
11 mptirav, rrewab/Mi w. qn.ii.
Harold llirkni. Wrn.lv Dtw\ | |
' 1. TrMI*r Tnr-i'r II w\ '
Joatpn A'-iny
! 1 I OlfAtB*
Ja^..rl. Haffnertfttt. gi.^nrih fir-
">' < n.nr \... 1 |itn,
R 1 FN RMiidr.
Hnlda Qiirmadj. gobjl |.t lif*tF
gudon. anciari Itt-r -,., Btnui tSlta-
fn.o. Anr..r., Tali..(*. .. r.l,.i-l Tag-
1-uen Xaiiin. Marian
u n.....wt . Baahuf. H*nrt
^k In view of the MBeagttj l"i
pio\ idmg auiglance for the
aniral .inprovement of housing
ihioughoul the colony.
Will (ha Government take early
stepa. in cnnsullalion with ftic
uigar producers, to establish ma-
chinery for the purpose of impos-
.ng a cess at the rale of 50 cents
per ton of sugar manufactured in
the island.--the funds from such
levy to be used to help the work-
ing classes to construct repair or
Improve their homes'*
.dV Is the Government awnre that
the ration allowance accorded
the staff of the Government Indus-
trial Schools is considerably leas,
... fact, laaa than half of that given
to the staffs of other Government
institutions"
2 Will the Government
disparity.
take steps to place the
latlon .illovvance of theae
employees on the same
oasis at thoae of other
institution*"
a* In consequence oi the circum-
stance that tin- Vestry of st
Philip ilnd it ilnnn. lally impossi-
ble, except fa borrowfnj money
for the purpoM*. to provide puhhc
baths and latrines m UM parish,
and in view of the fart that the
provision of public buihs mid
lalrlnes, are not iptfmWilj ine
obligation of the local autborltfaa
will tht> Government make the
neceasary funds available to the
Vestry, by way of a grant, for the
erection of r>t least to (2) such
baths and latrines m the said
|..,ril.
< In consequence of the ron*U
ruble increase in the cost of
living since the tune when they
were originally fixed, will the
government take sttps appreci-
ably to increase the amounts
allowed to manied and single
persons as exemption from the
. Is
of In
Go
ran
t
of
B
HlV'l
R..rtiai
" the acute discomfort experi-
enead iiailv bj nipmixTs ot the
Kue Ungacle at Coleridge St.. in
consequence of structural and
other defects In the buildin*. which
thaj occup) '
~ D-M's the Government pro-
iKi-e to construct and equip
0 new Fire Brigade head-
quarters'
3 Arising oui of the fact that
the Probyn Street site long
rejarded as the likely area
for a new Fire Brtaadc
rteadqniartars ha^ now been
converted Into a central
'bus terminus, if the an-
.ei to Question No. 2 be
m the iiflirmative. will the
GovernnWfri please viate
the 1> oposed le of the
new Station.
Jm Will the Government please
** slate the ilirect and indirect
i| the colony dur-
ing the vearra IW81<*4 inclusive.
nd thi actual expenditure in the
Better Lose A Minute
Than Lose Your Life
Remember Road Manners
Speaking last night over the local Hadio Diffusion Service.
on the subject of Road Manners. Colonel R T Mirhetin,
Commissioner of Police said:
Wi .in fortunate in living in one
of the most beautiful islands of
the Caribbean it hv however,
small island with a very large
population and narrow* roads
Wr have Mi miles af road.
These roads are used by 4.COS
motor vehlrles and 19*00 t.
ejrelaa. besides nambera af
iNinki'i carts.
With this targe population. Pfc
this amount of wheeled trafflc
is no wonder *at our roads arc
(cngesied, especially* so In the
toWn areas
Special Care
It is "iK-reiore more tha;i eve
nevessaiy t.n i,iih and e*_ei>ouc
uf us to drive ride and walk
with special care, and hai J Rqad
Manners,
Ron what are Road Manners**
simply it .is tJrivuuj or rtrlutg or
walking with consideration Jor
ithers using the highway
ia 1 It means vhen y*m find
four ear, lorry or bus behind a
donkey cart, being navteot, and
waiting until the road In front of
you is clear before swinging out.
(b) It moans when yon Bel
to a pedestrian crossing, stopping
tind Bllowlni Ihe p'dajaitriaiis -to
get Bcroei
<(> If i-ieans Kivlna hand *iS-
aine currency for the period?
xls it a fact that Island consta-
w bles were called upon to do
special police work and perform
duties of an exuaorduiary nature
during the disturbance*; of 11137 7
2 If the answer to the above
he in the affirmative, will
the Government please state
whether they received extra
1 enumeration for same. and.
if not, why not*
j_ Will the Government please
m state what proportions of the
colony's allocation of itwu.uou
from Development and Welfare
funds lias bet'ii already expended
and give details of such expendi-
j*. The House of Assembly re-
m gpectfully request Your Ex-
cellency to send down lo this
House legislation to provide thai
all property now owned or here-
after to be acquired by the Gov-
ernment of this island be liable to
payment ' the same rates o-
mx-hial or otherwise, as
any other property "f simitsr
nature and value in this island
would be liable
to let the
doing
(d>
persons Ix'hmd you.
how whai 1 .
It means not irnkmg
somewhere, which al-
though coiiveriient to you causes
1 lot of inconvenience to oihB-s
(el It means dimming your
lights 10 on~commg ;Yaftic and not
dazzling other persons using the
road
Thnui-hllessnes*
Tlu- majority of accidents hi
il.ls Inland are not caused by fast
and furious driving or rfdlng But
by thiHlgli ties* lies-, on ihe part
ei the motorbn, cycllsi i ed}s
trlsn To give an in
tin 1 pi g, rrorn ihe rSol' e
of acctdenl whS-h
.xurred in Trafaigan
yesterda)
a car wes procegaluu from the
direction of Victor: ,
towards L'hambeilaln Bridge.
the cycle from the dinci.n, ...
Ihe Public Buildings toward
Chamberlain Bridge They met
and collided The c>.iist re-
ceived a wound. The right rea.
Vhcei and fork of the eyrie and
Ihe ladiator grill and right head
lamp of the car were damaged
No reckless nor dangerous driv-
ing is disclosed 111 this case Just a
little more .are and attention ami
both sides would have no douht.
avoided this accident and saved
the damage lo both vehicles. Till:
type of accident happens dally In
Harbados. Let us ace if we can
reduce them.
Dislikes Speed Traps
I do not like Speed Traps. 1
prefer co-operation. We loon
rward to the day when are can
remove the traps from tiic roadi
This will be done av si-ui .1 -m
driving improves. As a result of
these traps, 152 persons have bet n
ted for apeeding Ihl
and tinea amounting to tit 11 ,....
Revenue, Some drivers have
ild 110 and f 12 for speeding f|
worth it?
If drivers of motor vehu It
are addicted lo speed only
realised that in a olstance '
about three miles, the fAfrerence
in time between driving at a
dangerous speed, and that ol
driving at a moderate and COB
li table one wiin conetderaUcn
RM other. Is onl> about thfO
niinute*. 1 feel auie uun
adopt the more comfortable
mode of travel.
The next time you \>ant to et
v.....where m a hurry, rememl-ei
I u '.Mi only save .1 fi
n-ig it might result Ii
your being involved (n ;, .,,-, |
h will mean delnv
expense.
Now, Cyclbta
ord to cyclists, a great
numnei of you seem lo think thai
rules of ihe road only apply
'
exactly the same code in using the
highway, aa the persons driving a
Bel 04 lorry.
lo not cut in on the left side of
< fehh le Thi.* ia a favourite habit
ol a number of cyclists ut liroa t
Sheet Ii is dangerous and a vcr
bad habit to get into Do not rid.
more than 2 abreast, besides lrtng
iigain.l the law it adds to conges-
tion.
Now a word to the pi
You also have your pan to plaj
m Ihe Hood Manncn Campaign
When y.m are wall ing in tlu
-treet or road keep gg near ti
B< gl I- il ! Mv..,>
alk facing the oii-romini;
uallle and not with vmir l>... 1.
to It.
Do '"'I stand on the
la and eooslp win, rou
Da not gBthi i Bl H" i
rou obstruct the view of
and cvclists (*s.- ih,
ardestrlan iihIihi. Ihey ate put
I then foi row lafetj and help
When you cross the Victoria and
Qaasnbartatn Bihlajn
paths provided If you >......it. you
add ti> the congatstioit on x\. c
Miu ,.,
Road Manners
Mu*h can be BBWeved in im-
pruvlni conditions on oui .....
by ihe .o-operatlon of the motoi-
1st, Ua I reUSt and the pedestrian
Cultivate Road Manncn. Think
i f the other users of the mad and
not only of yourself, yuu will lino
r helni everyone. Give up speed-
ing, it might result in a ertotl
and only means gettina
omewhere a few rolnuh i i UV
rhe budUi an in ip .< gl, ai
rjgajl in this ftefet) Ftret' cent
i BtgjD b* reporting to the PoUec
m driving i
disregard foi
.. .
We won the last Test M\tch by
. ..t uat-un M
bowlers and Aeldamen, each <
them played 'heir par) )
win the safety of the Roads n
our Island by the co^>pere>tion ol
the motorist, the cyclist nnd th
nedeatrlan
When you drive, ride or w alk
how Road Manm
O- Ueforytou.'tbo!
BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY
ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT
THE WORLD!
ktr "PONDS** ass/st foe.
COLD & VANISHING CREAMS-
FACE cSc TALCUM POWDERS-
LIPSTICKS HAND LOTION-
SKIN FRESHENER ETC., ETC
ARE STOCKED BY AIL DEALERS.
"RECTOR'S
FEVER MIXTURE "
An unequalled preparation for combating Malaria ani
other Fevers, skilfully compounded from tested Drugs. Fever
caused by Chill effective
preparation
TO member
-HECTOR'S momicr* Obtain
Messrs Booker's v*m Drag Stores I til.
Broad Street and Alplu rharmaey II matin ii
x^^iBf.iiiigaaaaiBgaB>Bi.ui><^c^x^^^>ovv^^','.'.'.
Income Tax
Returns Show
SI 12.2 W Jump
. <'.

tea an


i $4,134
- mi.iaa. the
.i for 1941
mainly del -idered l.
Ineaaaa Tax
'n have been a fairly profit.i-
fOI .ill r:dnslrlea"
These ainotiuts wne paid c*
omei (seaeaied to Apr I
J0, l50i of 112.160,1101 (con
n d 111 SKSM'.'B H
llvlduah T h e chargi
.Hi' u tv tuioi. ipdut Iks
iSau,?5a
,flci lax in IfMf
| 4li'74O.0O0 than th
sai.fi-j less iha
.
41 oo.
ill In lt4H but m.livi.lu..
rter tax s4a.oo-i
less.
IUl :
las) .en uf asseggrnenli '
iraders. 1159 civil servants an
i.apo "othi i imployses'
Twentj-tWO traders and 2
MnptoseeV* had Incoiw
.,. ling B|0 100 pci annun
fnerv wen rvantt i
?hi> income tiroup Kivc Ml
dlvlduall weie in the higher-
braekete- those with gross If
"Hi'- exceeding mo.ooo In lf*:ei
'here was onl.% nie oeh n
tividu.il but then- wees 9 in IBS"
and 7 in 1IMR
tns nutforuy ol BsaUvldual Ii
come tnxpayci-. arere persona
it'celpt Of incomes below $1.2lM)
n ihis eateflory, kvU v >\..'
1(143) were moie nUnV
traders (403) but othei en
ployees" again dominated tl i
group with 991*. as the did tl
-iJ.wKi- -S6.IHW. $6tHHi -M.400. and
the SB.400910.800 uroupa.
ineS wllh incomes m
exceeding 5.noo numbered M;
. .
ihot figure numbered 104 Twenty
three of thee income
...i 1HH1.000 and six II.....m
over *riHi iKHi
i i Profli .i i
collected during ih-iu in iwr
bo Prodi rax rfc Ided $7*2.
.K.
ot ll.
[ncornr Tag Department for IMP,
. ihe i osi uf i i
tional equipment. BBIOUUted '
|M."i oo, i e ii |.......it of the
cotta ted TTh.........pondin
for I94H. IM7, 194(.
and 1945 were ll 7r. pei cent, Bl
cent. cent respeetivel) The bulk ol
the increase resulted from llu
i 'commendations ot the l'ub(f>
-.. rvloe s.,lane .mi Wages Com-
mgMb
Sir Edward
FraiMaud
Be i
..
.
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mi ft* Rejj s,h*>l *>t Bfeag M i " ' p I I raatraf
SmHfJImati+mtiflilmmm Omnbtrj ".,.--.*.. jf |C-I
Ile l$H Ftmllmiwi KyaarJ M i . fefe ara/a.
Tw
fa. I
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dlfei I
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adminiairaUon in nnn-ii Cuian.
IK small staff: ind (3) Ihe fo
that un overwhelming proporth
1 the revemj..... fi i u
urge companie-
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SOLE AGENTS
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