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PACE EIC.IIT I! Mill .Iiti-. ADVOCATE TODAY, AlC.rST 4. \KU MARSHALL, WALCOTT FLA Y SURREY BOWLING LONDON, A A ill %  ott put the West Indies hhi on top of Sun-<\n\ ti chirflThis H'TI they 0tain i nd mi ... 149 and ihi-y put or Hoi Uw Fourth wicket i Mi The M %  ORtj fnm tuns In eriunl the fourth wicket Mtord lOT the vVeat Indies in England b] Worrell and Weekea in 'he Third Teal Hatch ckcta ovei %  IRMI .III .1.1. credit, da -ties needed %  .. 'heir . %  %  i g %  •' %  i h %  iiMim >i\ KIICS "Snappers" Lead In First Kouml .' %  Polo maii ii IwNMMn Snappers an• ttlion. lii the othei %  xiure %  i love The mat*. h wen a: followS M ..rdtMi ii l'li.e S Police pJayfi i with 1 i %  %  lutes startcrl -*rT defend! u thnr goal •• %  i, | .... .Hid it was nut until mldWl through thr flial h;ilf v tra (CM ward f< lam Portly after tin Oaottro} roatai -cored tbeu a end p il Al UM Man 11 tlta M %  Swordlish opened lip Portillo in m-lhioui h lo send in goal numbet IhP .low rang* Than %  i %  again and ored n i ill in rapid it then forw II %  ad UM BWNH %  :' %  i forward final lUac) i ird Jon H i lime Hi.b I 1 re-bounded into play II n. 'ii i ollared lh> "ilnn t %  lamnuoaa .' Batrac u d aj I Darraaudaj tMnnletely outplay cd Snappers in the m i Uua v.-. Fan md Mrnewhi ugh game, and though Hilly Munniur. lor Snappers opened tin Herbert Purtiiln plat lag on UM ninrarniaat wing %  hoi uw equal bwr aUaaat without avai looking al the gool lip Beared wltti %  lovab Shot from ., dlfl Barraeudaj kept ui U i but thinforwarda mined golden opportunities after good win k in their bach Una by Charles Rveij n, lla-il Brook ..nd KM I /Minnm in hall time howevei Kenneth [no ii. tiuike lhi favour of Sn.i|i|'i' .is the whistle went for the Interval, Half tin % %  over Sneppi their (am and tiGeorge awelean Kored with a well placed shnl i.ui id reach of goalkeeper Mine I'eic Ii. ii red and no long aflar IHi Herberl Portuk again came Into the inline l>> one* more beating (he Bnappei gualkeepei T.ivloi With the scon %  I three goals' were kept very excited and Barracndu tarn ware aeon looking foi %  notbi i i i %  Snappers however had other Ideas and they lumed on the b itiv before lime. Kanneth mot followed I Dalheri Baoni u i put tin uu ix'vonil daubl aa they Taa i'-. n followi Swordieh \ Weaiherhcad, (Cap) >. < %  Poafca N Pmilllo M i; liirla, <'. Jordan M FMagjarald PoUci E ll.irri'. W Phillip' Mc II Hull .i i in) i I. Dodajn, ii AUeyne, t wuilanu, I Aehby. Barraeiidai I! Pen r, K Taj loi P Flet.-hiT, C, K.v.l.n It Brookl (Capt.i, II Portlllo, R quickh N< thai gave n < %  Hi; 11 nunCOLLEGE CADETS WES I \ TER PL A TOON SPORTS A I.AltLir. cumbei <1 pa.ents and frafAOa i tfed from Ilarnson College, Combermere and Lodge >< lurned ottl I -ke part in the CadetInto Spurts which was held at the Garrison Sav i ly iifiernoon. Number one platoon (Harrison College, was th: Champion I'liituon with Id points followed cloai Kumbi il.'Kli^e) jnd six (Combcrmerei a point! UM thii.;.nn gave a good exhili;%  :•• split nit" 1.1-1000control. -ii< i one and two platoni^i The i..tlet wdl be b—akin, llage, Nuana ramp oa Saturday. Ixxlge and Number fon No Hark Pa> For Kniployr. Second Divitiofi Fixtures self that i %  %  • -i that idea %  %  el they %  had ln*i ing forward i" it i i t %  i lUrd Drives %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Ain lledaer. %  l.i .md to-day %  • %  tnpUad hll .u-khig a ball lo %  .-.. i %  r.-.-i*.' for just over four houn< Hov-i. rs met with mori %  %  in .-i ho]. i eigl %  '. 11 in 4S ralnuf i. !!•. %  IN % % % % %  i the >ni R i, n'hm r/n ui the it owing io a grltht dull ploj %  %  T | %  k rev* .. %  % %  i led v ith ;. ball which hll I i. i i lendi .! %  .H : vllni hi It bad thai I i player left H %  iidd for 'jo tnlauMn gfid a a ii*rf %  catch I'niiHliililes Defcm-iThli t I.VIM: W w.roTT M. I..." i %  The We>i indHa were all out at i t.i I i.f thnr ninth wichet Tor unabM to Dg lo illness. .^nih wukct pu. on 47 runs in as many minutes. with thi no* ball Met tkea on the lag -id. II B wlehetJ to t>e dowT.* in. ^ -i '. M Ifnmadhin VI unabh ''>il. but only klx run. •ran ...i". I bel n Bi daw struc'; ; ui txnehag Vaaaatlni I %  o thai the Imrlngi cl oaa d for 43' m i .1 not nut :itf hail usei i. but ii'.should have been caught when IS Burnt* made %  had start in thenbid t<> W.V0 the inmngs defeat for with only 8 runs scored Worrell 'i -i Mc Hedser. TreMrail. 12th Man Humarlhlii though stntnl to •>' nut undul> ill did not ii Id win i. (Or tru %  % % %  %  ii" % %  •'•• % %  .is twelfth in.in i I kept ih lulnnan qulel with theli I liii K but wit! .. bad light ruippad plaj It wai possible I., resume latand Iban wonall had May cnughi bul Cenetable earn* In to stay wi-i .. until xtumps JRJ 29 for a. BOV MARSHALL 1 III • i" i ii .• I ... i ... I.I i, \ v n.^i. .. %  A V Bra.ft UMani i gaiaai Toui Kill I *. t Ml i ia>, am. f—aM s>--**• DOWI INQ %  V.'-M.YaiS l... i. : I, -.. ,. v. '. V IIMIOT i . I. V ,11 b W.n'rll .11 OKI rough) continued lo defend aritta fl I lock unl i.iwn SUIIC till nee d ed 244 runs to nil % %  teat wtt'i %  Co n ulng their overnlghi fourth wicket partnership, Marshall and wairott hrought Ihe We < Indie score against Surrey at the Oval ban without liein.: parted At Ihe interval the WcM frailaa replying lo I %  LCI, wara 42 ahead with kets in hand. 51) In £ Hours A hill, lab i BUM Marshall s methlng wei 1 When 71 with the total al 181. Wak-ott might have been caught %  aara > day was a very bright 01 ..II the boys ran around n vesu and shorts Bvei awaaaad whoi a woraka they were having at i • -rack*. event on the pfOH the ChafiOt Kanau this wan run over %  distance oi 50 vaaaa and all platoons took par! Thi* race was very amusinp and spectators rocked with laughis the boyx tried tn dlsentanKhthemselves from each other at the Onuhing point Numbei on pliitnon was the win %  inking a late start Obstacle Karr in the ohstacie Raea two lean n platoon ii-stle.. to pa 1 the tlrst obstacle which plaaa al canvas spread on ground with eight boys sitting the edges to keep it down. %  irawled under the 0 %  rjvaa but very few ca .ui looking pteiiwd with lha Next ordeal .. .; in which maaj baa Who tried 10 eat then bun* to 11 lv -finked themselves v plata Combat on this race Itaji y net ... n tha ( Iroo i Race a It Captain Perkuw i akaa m and When toe pnigramme eluded Sergjaaat n BtuaM of ti IPigllliaill ^hulled II boya with %  ome "atuni" ridrnaj < %  metal > vile. He i>cri the Irark it hrenkneck Itesults are as follow 1 Ctiaiioi IUc*-W Yaia: Ui Ko T Cmlipmlr H^w M Vsrd< 1 .1 ..„ %  Jnd .Vs. 1 PI' %  V.ird. to 1*1 .... i a R 1 Pl..loon m —. 1 is VarOw IM .1 PUlIOUt: i..t No 1 PI.1.-.I. i *rk RmerSO V-.i 1 !•< No M ... r..--. na. (.* PwaOa " Cnirt M Oraaaa T aanmna B*-h*-j. _' %  \ %  1. St. % Pllt-i. I"U aa iIIUI jra. No 1 Pl^Uon %  H ti it S*aw* I . M (Cant.) C MacU-an Rogn u Bat rdati t K laer. H Manning The rcfert'i' was Mr W Glbbf A* Thursday August 10, is Race Day. next week's llxturei will be plaved on Tiuudny Augiisi 8th. The fixtures are Sn.ippc Swordllsh and Flying Plpii vg Bonlt Murtimlalv Fnr Commamwealih XI IX>NIK)N, AUK I E A Marilndale 0< Ihe WjM Indies Is Included in a Commonwealth team which opposes at' England side in the first match of the Kingston. Surrey <„<-..-( festival starting Angus' 30. t lunch ih W* t i ii ken fall, a nun i .oii.ipsiarttlrtf In ome the big fourth wukct reand wa broh on Tiie portnerahip had put on 27H 1.1.,,i in rnln ti Mai -lull hM M lours |n .i ".. uis. 35 minutes, while Walcoii %  M roart ai well u -.ix in n Iiltle over 4 hours Look add Laker bad charge r lha bowling after tha interval, bit n steady rate of scoring was maintained W\, %  ... %  M i'ii.ill I the oentury, his fourth of the toui and the partaerahlp reached MO uw minute %  flerwardai and JU^I behne Maridiall got Co his hundted lii Waa his third three Ii i t> Ot lha summer After l.tim-h Marshall war particularly wvei %  on Lock. nrM Ihe lust hundred runs after lunch toot) only 51 mi nil-. Whan waaterman came on Wnieott ooked hun i.> the ooundar> ..mi then arova a bidi uut or the gaaahri BX i\ I tin auna over Walcott did not .survive very Ion*;. being taken at the wicket off .. i-u ti ne stroke and it was Parkrr In ad these two wicketWlth CraaiUaal Bad Comae together the game quietetl omwn th.,ugh thenwai lull value from every waring stroke Then Parker hcl.' a hard h t i aad it .nl.lon todismi Touring (iirls Win Fir si Neti>all Game A LAROI crowd H the (Queen's College g lerda avaninj t< the Net i.;.ii garac between giria of ihe Olympla Club and ihe visitmg i of ihe Bishop'* ton won by 10 B Thai was than tb-t .engagement of ihe tour Hla txcellancj the Q ivai i i Savage, accoinpaiued in Mr w. Lambert, Prlvwte SacraBavage, -'"t of the Oovarnor, attended Hi aanbi %  of both look Ihe flrsl throw III .1. ..n Spk < %  : m "I thi for the visitoi teall> gave the local nils a lesson in shooting. Out of 15 tries she sent-. il.nt in that position ceived a pass ha team could nearly always he sun i-i .in additional goal. The Othei shunter. June Awnl bad 13 irles but onli icorei II %  is adtve ui that 1 %  %  nd oltho %  %  <'ii on BH it on < thai rim rxnruifculed much to Spicrr's scoring spell i i ii-iil girls. Oloru Ra iy had m triei ind hll* Jean Vaughan hurt nine tl efore hall III f M B • as fOW .ill %  fter I; hop's Hitfh School 1, h it UirOUl 1uut the game Jean Spicer. .il a good throw, found (he net. So..11 after one of the waa pasiulised and 1 waa awarded Jem Vaughan mn %  wuh of ihe net Befora half tuna the vlattori a I ti-il .mother to put IbeiiiM-Ki t gaiali in the lead Shortly all resumption <;ioria Itamscy to cut down ihe lead of lha vinto Al this stake the visitors wc o getting Into uSetr Btrkle and h d Ihiagg ihaui own way. At the I iff they sllll appeared ful energy and looked ag though the] would have taktui on ,-tnothei !." I loam light away. On Hie ottiei hand the local girl.ippvurod to be all Bx |i s"iSS SAS hBAP OC OSO! OLLVOU WMgsoRE Autie: \ MINUTE V00 6E-i" A SCV ,-XKEV ro, KMTCAQS -0W VOJ .CC< *50„sP „ HOME 1 JTJST DOLL UP I (1HEN rX PS SA5HAVIH' vBmsSmS



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lUOlAV, MOIST 4, 1J50. BARBADOS ADVOCATK t u.i i an Three Men Lift The Brick I rum History Hut It* A Very Slow Job Germans Will .Relieve U. S. Forr*> — \ end*, o .11 O t*e*l and lovely wall! Mutsummnr Night'* Dreasn Two >ears' work on a *W wall will liaish al in* end of this year The wall, built ol Hi,it. Ken.isri rag and Chilrnark MM white and clean. a* if it hat been built yesterday, northwards from the soot-blackened Wakeneld Tower, built In the Tower of London in 1221. Yet it ti one of tho most ancient pj,;ol the Towfr, London workmen built i| 700 years ago Ancient Rampart Its four-foot Uuckneas i* pierced b) .iglM arrvvi 'tit'*, where medieval bowmen, cruuehin. under the strong round archer w| i.li alUl curve proudly OWl Slid i.mi arrows on their eh. lines when it formed the west Mir Inner Baile> uf the I i Mil j bomb fell in the great City raid* of December 194" nobody knew that the wall existed. The bomb demolished an ugly Victorian barrack of red bri k and -stone, known a* the Mai.-i Guard. Before the war. soldiers of the regiment guarding the Tower drank tea. played darts inside Tourists hurried past on their from the Bloody Tower Without a gUil Bui beside* destroying the Main Guard, the bomb tore i irl of the brick facing from .. wall which had been inenrp -lated in the fabric. Expert! of the Ministry' t Woikrecognised the inner wall as being part of the ancient rampart which stood there in the I.. o| King Henry III. And thev put ihelr expert masons on the job. Few Yards l>ft Three of these men. specialists n Hi* craft of "ancient monu ITI a pointing." have been at than I i' termttlenlly, tna hVf had to attend in niher wen) for Ihe past two p;ilr.vtakingly picking oft %  ( 11. i ian crusi of ugly brick odern (tone, to renal tin' i % %  I. old wall beneath. Now. oul. ihe leal few yards which r. main to IH> treated Mill support a cats cradle of tubular %  c.iiTt.ldiiiK When that i •! % %  | ii. % %  tl" full extent of the Old mil will !*> revealed. Man in tharge of the work on the wall ithe 65-year-old fore man who for 3S years has looked after London's ancient monuments. One of his greatest task; —th* HOUM' of Commons. II showed mr how the wall hn<< been "consolidated" by th old method 1 grouting by pourute in the mortar, instead of by Ihe pn nun process. No I mil -I MM i "We new i odd, never take %  way, nevei v any tricks of %  w,. simplv remove .ill the extraneous stun* and leave ihe old building as it Is if .. piece of stone has fallen. : .re it But we would rather leave a gap than put bark some imitation of the real thing." Th" top of the exposed wall has been treated with a special preparation lo prevent weeds sprouting on It. 13 Arrested tn Peace Rally LONDON. Au^. 3 A Pore.git Otflcc spokesman aid lu-da> that Americans were iiTtuiig a small force ol German.* .ill. i triet.. release United State* ( i normal duties lie .aid there were 10.000 Police in the Western Zones of Germany, Th*** were with revolvers and came under control of the local government*. In addition to this there wars me Germans and displaced persons in three Zones used (or guarding food, supplies and military dumps. This force was called the Civil Mixed Watcha's Corps and came under the control of Allied Authorities The American decision was to arm these watchmen with rifles. The spokesman said he could not State whether similar action was be taken in the British Zone There were 10.000 displaced persons m the Watchmen'* Corps i. UM British Zone Renter THE COLONIAL PRESS MM••The New totittr rS !" 0 "* 1 Oil Supplies Their Millionth Bag Of Sugar 'Quakf In Mexico l Mulrol in Johnson m U.S. Did Not Need To Bribe France Says N.Y. Times NEW YORK, Aug 3. The United States did not need o bribe Franco to become it* •ll> the New York Times said to-day in an editorial commenting the Senate's grant of a $100,000.00U loan to Spain The Senate is going against an almost universal condemnation f Franco's regime throughout NEW YORK. August 3. .P !" Two thousand Lefl Wing peace j e<1 marchers banned from staging a rally In Union Square battled 1,000 police late on Wednesday in Bat* swinging brawls that led to 13 arrests. Demonstrators waited until the homegoing rush hour to make their defiant move. "We /want peace Open up the Square." The marchers chanted as they formed ranks. Union Square 1) miles south of Time* Square, is the traditional scene of NewYork soapbox oratory When mounted police bore down on the demonstrations thev shouted "cossack". —< %  ). /..Mowing letter I Ihe fines was published on luly 31. s l(. I .m, ..:., %  .. %  ,. in the recent debate at it.. In, p. Hal PrtM Conference OH the --. lebortl minings of the colonial Prcsv w, incl tepee ally so of the West African Prtss With no flrsihamt knowledge ol the West African Piexi, I am unable to Ihe i hirgn ->f Ihe Com%  but, so far as the West Indian Press Is concerned. I ma* say that lukewarm Liberal sm Is the nearest approach to Ounmunisin In 99 S t eta! of the Caribbean Press well-informed Pres? and attractively preNnted news sheets can < nl> be allained when welltrained siaff and adequate financial becking are bolstered up by ,i ,ii -in on the pegi of the ciovernment'. ol tbg eorlOW colonies to Help Ihe I'liss At the present 0OM if IhiM is available In the Colonial Pr OS, There |v ., K.den opportuntt) now to encourage alh'a CAIRO. Aug 3, (examine the workings 'Id. IndapandOrrl Newspupcr El colonial Press and 'thrum to-day quoted Egyptian Foreign Ollice Officials as spying thai ihe United Stntes was to ask !ni Bacurlty Council to establish a Committee from member slates lo take up potts in various countries and report on any threatened aggression The Council would assess countries concerned in order to facilitate the worn of the Committee The paper added Egypt had approved the American plan for these "watob dogs" lo be placed in '•European and other countries which might he threatened with invasion b\ Communist Russia." EgvpU.in political observers. F.l Ahran. said, believe that Turkey. Greece and Yugoslavia will apf UM (.Ian which Is expectn.hide Persia —Reuter. the Democratic la red. "Reasons give that Franco is and that it has value from the point. 'Spain alway world" t -re primarily Anti-CouimuniM great strategic milinry viewarouses strong emotions but it should be adsable to consider the issue Imly. If our military leaders say Spain is necessary to a proper defence structure one musl accept their judgment "However il should be obvious we do not need lo bribe Franco to become our ally. He has no choice in Uie possible war—not nan neutrality—for ihis time instead of having j friendly Hitler, he would have Stalm to contend with "Il U hard to believe lhar the American people want to aao Franco saved by Amrncan help Than *tiii time to defeat UM measure and we sincerely hope it will be defeated."—Rculrr Egypt Approves "Watt* Dog" Plan of Ihp mlic momniViulaUans lo rcmody it, ilk. Th.dioinosis > Miami %  "< ihp rcmeuie, ar* simpl* Your, fnlthfully. C. A 1. OAU. Tho Weil IndUn Club. 4 Whitehall Court. S W.T. 15 Fears' Service Not Enough For Maximum Salary Miller asking Slow I> but surel>. UH' new South M overcoming two of H greatest problems — po*< ignorance. The two go hand in hand Poverty has bred ignorance Ignorance in turn has brad prejudice, conflict and other evils bur' .ii-iung ihe South. On this point Ralph McOill hard-hiumg. Uberal Ed.tor of thai Atlanta Constitution, MI>S. { "In Its most poverty-stricken counties one finds the most hidebound political thinking, the most corrupt county government and justice, the most friction and race violence, and much of the drag on the South'* general progress." Cointideni with its economle development, the South hi making impress.vc gains In educating Its people But here, as in oth* fields, II still lags behind tinret tf the naUoa. It is making pro gr.-s. but still h.ia long way t go. In liMl. fur example, of some X.U.UUO draft registrants who could nol sign Ihelr names, nine out of ten were Southerners. And of the nine illiterate Southerners were negroes The 1W0 census showed, moreover, that nearly six out of every 100 Southerners had never gone to school, compared to three, or J| per cent, for the rest of the U S. Eighteen out of every 100 %  dults in Ihe South had droppe," opt of school before reaching th Fifth Grade, .compared *"h less than seven (6 9 par cent.) for the rest of the nation The tecord showed that only one of ten adult* in the South had .mpJeted hlfch school, whereas Ihe rest of the nation 15.3 per til had high school education. Prodded by court decisions and by their own consciences. Southerners today are striving manfully to improve education facilities (or the big negro population. the same, time raising th' 1 %  tandardi for the whites as well School budget* aro being creased throughout the South and ihe region, through industry and agriculture, enjoys a largei measure of prosperity. In Georgia, for instance appropriations increased $14.4 million In 1938 tmtlhon In 1950. In higher education ihe South is engaged in a unique and successful experiment—a programmi of regional education Under thla syatam, started b) ihe Governors of the vanou' Southern Slates in 1947. the -du catlonnl resourcea of the State: il pooled Funds are udminti tered by a board of control to Southern ItCgional Education Fourteen states signed a com p**l lo share In higher educa tionol facilities on a contract basis, and in which both white and negroes benefit. Cutting through mountains red lope and without precedi 10 guide them, the Southern Ocernors made the Regional Coun ell bl-radal in membership with one negro serving on the lioard from each participating state The Regional Council headquarters in Atlanta. 07 !" '*" that the South's greatest high'education needs, to meet tl demands of an expandingIndus try and livestock productI-in medicine, veterinary 1 nd dentistt; %  BOM Matai bad w Some lacked fa.ii COM IL. Mgan wurMng out arrangemei %  mil colleges and knsU ill .ite area watch .ou.d M.I, I uatning Coder contract the hjcugh: etlucalion from lution Then* esoixacti mat the stale pay ihe UttUtutioo ..500 a year per itudcnt f 1 medical and dental training, }1 000 a year per tfUdanl Eoi (ratartaaaT] tiammg. The studtn pays no out-of-state fee* Thus for a few thousand dol ina year a state gets access lo 1 school which would coat S3 million 01 $4 million lo bull i The institution gets the add.1101 ... IDeaaW The student 0ttl leaded tralnkifl which otlMca mNld have been unav-il..i%  p.ii in .j.iting siatis for tl tuennium 11949— 511 Investxi US million HI Ihe icgional pr-gramme. Last fall 388 students. >f whom 181 were negro. W>n eirulled in participating insiitutioi'* The Hoard of Control, established last year, administers the lUBjdg from the participating si 0*. ard mikM pay menu to the iitftilulion. The Control Board's director Dr. John E. Ivey Jr brilliant 16-year-old professor from ihUniversity of North Carolina. The Regional programme l t b. extended to the fields of musing, forestry and s irainlttg will he broiighl \*W*!' 1 the piogranime. The enlire il of gi.oln.ite riudj has hlgn priority. • Ucs al first viewe.1 ih regional setup as a means of |K-I lUng segregation in education The Hoard has refuted thti %  IU chairman Millard CaldII. former Governor of Florida points oul that the question ol MgregatlOfl ll for the itate decide, that the board is merely an Instrument Of Ul several north c,e.t .,f Seoul with %  liteBervlnjJ the region It canIs connected bv rail. It: 1 i-ltei '.iu-N tui Koraaru rMuinkaUeti ire 1 UN .K 1 %  I'll lllMTS O' ler constan %  %  %  the millionth bag of s igsi. making | bar 1 the eason ive lorarst facti ,v u %  • Vasi Indha ...1 '.riding .\ .1 %  %  1* r aunsraiion air t.n.ier consun,. I oaTSTfirihe uh. -c r > school from $50 Of witt >i iba AW! S^ mathmi ui u will en mm tar ui jup^i^mg tbair -1 calumm artth oil can -i :10m the following art .in in the curnn irsue ol PatnlowBi Press Seryne To ugh DPMIW31 subject to tent pOrai) ui!l ...11 1 or age, park Hgui,.. or local transport, Soul Con to the I H ll| ar as>ure, of -mine QU sUppUOl WhJtl don for the North Kan DJ I •. e W^II uttog P 1011S1 lerabie nun anr of tai dih.i.igh the dbrtanca versed ha., not been gn.,* not involved any wrtensive ^> baiacti. bed tiie usa of at 41 w< a/aj ft. cm 1. motor fuel and lubricants ..re M %  ... ..1 j forces L ha Dei • BUU ill be mat of whatevei aircraft and motor Iran • U!nK imployed Indispensable Needs Accunwlated siovk ciutbled the North Korean t.i louiiuue the momentum of then surprise attack. Itut will they, a* their comuiuiik'*lIons outliw .nolengthen, be >bU lo maintain oil 1 the indispensable Is In the area* of southern Korea they occupy, aiul sUll b1 -bio to nutiniaiu cdlciciit aiuioured forces when thej beeomv engaged 111 tiie much heavier lighting that must soon develoj.* iiin.u 10 oil ranDumai either in North nl Boytt) Karl Itut each territory has a n-ilnery The refinery in the north 1-' ilensen (adjacent to Woiisani on •at, and about lad Dfettni huh ii •pai Itj 3 rope Pi. > .-uter MortCardinals Not Submarines CANBERRA. Ai.g Nn\ %  Klnistag) J"*iah IranrU OB Thursday emphatlcalb dented reports that foreign submarines had been sighted off ihe Aitia,|lian coast Tiie 'Ci.d-.ei, SUN pub lished -tuch a leuort atlribu lo official sources jd % .. possible thai the > Fraiwis said Nea Ouima ,jil> m Hi lwi* the> > Ighii J #1 %  they thought ..S %  % %  lovcstn tloi.s Ihe rln ,-d •

S<. m . PRINT KU l.lNt.l.UIt: %  'Jt'> ,., Yd GARBADINr: In l.'mrrald Cirern. Pink Kee. Cold. I.lme t.rren and While .. 81.30 per rd. SHANTlNti In Blue. Rose, t'rrjm. I'fnk & (iold ' 11.16 per yd. 19.10 STVLKS I.AUIIS >IIOKS in While, ftlaek \ Brown Sued. Prices ranging from HI 3fi lo $12.37 — lu Heels. Mu, DNKSSES. SI NslTT< XIIORTt X SLACKS Fir FtBiioAiku \ y um s^ *>nm were nedlcliv nol have sagngatlon, utai The Soulhein Hegional KdUCI in-. plan already hat. ha.I niiional impact. Othn %  ecttoni facing similar pmbleuu. per sli.lwng plans for davaloplni sin ual programmes. Th* Western Govern-i Can faranea In 194U began cofeWoaawi su. 11 : programme. Six new Kng la id utes have already formed %  Pew England Educational Coun Ur. Ivey and his slafl asso.iat. talk with enthusiasm at th> l-i %  u's future In the South The> feel that It la Just Iwgjnninv. that Its potentialities for the South's are almost limitless %  Our Job." says Dr Ivey with quiet deieinilnation. 'is lo bulM an educational system wilhm till Snut!i MH-ond to none He said one of the biggest jot between now and 1M3 will l>e n stiile-bv-slate survey seeking an answer to the questions, what can Ihe Soulh be if we use the human and material resources we have? What educational m.ichlncry do we need to develop and use these resources' —IN S H M n.-.-V lotion by Mr. ,at alt Parochial employees who have been in the service for ^5 "more, and were not re their maximum salar> W. German Exports Jump By 57ib w. Tickets For Church VATICAN CITY, Aug. 3. Lithuanian Catholics need a Government ticket costing aboui 1.000 lire each time they go to church, according to a Vatican report published to-night. Claiming that the Catholic population had been persecuted since Lithuania with Latvia and Estonia was incorporated in the Soviet Union during the war the report IIKted conditions on which Its remaining churches can function. (1) A distance of at least 5 miles must separate each two churches. <2) Collections for church repoiri are prohibited. (3) Speciul permission must be obtained for singing hymns and chants. (4) Services may be held only in the early morning. —Reuter. FRANKFURT. Aug. 3, vxporta during U 1 half of ihis vear al $778 400,000 were Sill above those for the first half of 1849 the Economic Co-operation Special Mission to West Germany reportI-.I to-daj. This Improvement was largely the result of increased trade with Id areas, allowing for that the 1 amount raarg 0 ceiving tneunw • %  •• %  • %  7 huuld b r.Kl u, Ih. !" """' K had ten done llh ottci employees, was 1 ~'"S'"^i Ml a brlel discussion at Ihe SI Michael Veslry yesterday Some members felt standing form of a certs of Increment tor each til the maximum was reached should stand and they should make no hurried decision then_ Mr Miller said that he did not think his motion was controversial. The Vestry has created a precedent by allowing employees who had given 15 years' aervuje to be put to their maximum, lie was not putting forward any -Reoler. ad given 15 years' acrvlce should Czechs Will Still Get Rubber PRAGUE, Aug 3. Czechoslovakia will continue to get tin and rubber until ihe new one-year trade agreement with the Netherlands and the United States of Indonesia, it was disclosed on Wednesday night. —IC P.) their uld be t. New Oil Refinery Often %  it,will" i LONDON A further stage in the construction of the new Middle Eas'. Crude refinery at Slanlow. Cheshire, has been reached with the completion of the 341 fool high concrete cooling tower—th.' l.irgest of Its kind in the world— .md the installation of three large ^.herlca) storage tanks. These steel "ball" tanks, the first to be erected in any United Kingdom oil refinery, measure 35 feet in diameter and were designed by a British linn (or the storage under pi — one of the .ilready flowing from this new Shell refinery which came into operation last November. Some of the main units al th" new Stanlow refinery" %  "* already working — the No 1 distillation unit, now In continuous operaijon at a capacity of 1,000.000 tons per annum, has been supplemented recently by a large reforming t-lant. No. 2 distillation unit it well advanced and work ( %  as begun on the installation of •he catalytic cracking plant What's on Today Police Court* 10 ajn. Court of Anneal and Pelly Debt Court 10 a.m. Mobile Cinema at Wiltshire Ptuyfield. St. Philip %  p.m Uie Governor fltreet fpffef Port Workers On Strike WELLINGTON. Aug. 3 All major New Zealand port* came to a standstill on Thursday branches of the Watered* "* u .' c v i,^doeTs I Workers Union decided to stop V?* ,PT^ !" work in sympathy with a wk"* long Auckland watersidor. dispute over lea breaks —IC P > l ol butane ** Rr|M>rtrt fc L T nfoiineai Key bought nearly $1.000.000 Ir-n Ihe Pool The reversed position was largely the result ". hvv aummer tourist travel to Nassau and Butlin's vacation village, Grand Bahama. Travel to Ihe colony thli.sunnier, May tn July lW2J5 g! per cent, over same period Ia-t '"The Governor also (oresh.--.lscd extensive agricultural enlanriM In the Bahama land" wTth BritUh capital that reduce imports el foodstuffs dollar areaa sum rnaKe Bahamas a food-exporting lev —Cfi from th LONDON STOCK MARKET FIRM LONDON. August 3 Despite aomj. hesitancy ..tendcd by overnight caution on o Street most sections or the 1—' SUTstoSc Excl-^gc dispsyed nVmness to-day Sentiment was KSd h> the trend o. event. In Korea and the build up United Slates 'einiorcemonls_ Domestic stock recorded sma widespread improvements but the moat interest was in overseaIssues Ithe foreign section. German loans advanced on sprit-latlve buying and switching o, Interest to these brought (rattlonal losses to Japanese loans. Tin share prices were mnrkeu higher on news of United Kingdom and United States talks on •tockplUng Rubber shares reflected an uptrend In the price ol rubber. Despite some profit-taking, the oil share market closed with the majority of small improvements. Renewrsl United States buying or Kaffalr developers vi. Cape was jeports-d The section closed very firm with useful risein selected bjeues —Renter. Flashlight For School Inspector iB.iu.dc,, Aeteastt Cxwpowl-nt ST JOHNS, Mr A C '-• Palmer, Federal Education Officer in the Leewsrd Islands for the past six year* ha* )u1 completed Inspection visits to St Kilts. Nevis and Angullla He left Antiiiuu o" Wednesday roi Grenada vin Hnrbadus lu take up his appointment as Education OfTlT and senior Inspector of Schools that Island UnriiiK Mr. Palmer's stay in Anliaua fourteen new schools have been built -II of which provide for tual subjei-ts in the senior department. Mr, Palmer has seen to H that Ihe standard in seconder* schools has been raised from St of School C iMcafi "' >".< ir Ccrtlflcstte. In 11146 the National Milk bev crage scheme, and reinforced veast biscuits were introduced in-< 'schools in Antigua, Montserrat. Ntvls and Anguilla Most of the schools are in areas which never served with school'' baftre. Ji$d some are alread> hmvlng signs of being ovaieTDWdUodoubtedly, we Laawordi ire passing through a phase of -ducatiuiuil raform. Mr. I*a\mer %  me here and found conditions at lock bottom and has laid a sound oundation for the future of tl: %  land* the results of which c lot be seen for years policy for or iigainst before the second Worlrl War he says, but BUiil IMJWO low in 1 t*a u *. %  • with differing polldejenbad as worn out and obsolete 1 .. I inut been lelubllll.itisl lbLit ill age has piobubly i-cen raaant eommunaava from Tokya M.itinr that linei h.. i-ifii boinbutl by the Amwn.nin doubt rafartad to fhll plant The niiiiiiv 111 South Korea Ulsan on the east coasl abn i.ule-. north east of Ptisan main US Mipplv porl M th' %  oullt, This rerlnery wag In nt Ol erection when Japan turrVMltftd and in ma laai Boatharn Koraoi bud el I im D( "-'an million Wor (Wlrii W.in Vi%) was allocate, tnietl oal work on ltd) pianl 111 plsinneii capadt) foi U.MJ w.is lOUIMMi ton ... %  ill full rapacity >f ztn.'wi ioj ,. ... !.,.( ,1 ,. in wll ii 'i would I i .i-U-quate for IUp] whole of %  auUiern Kmi-. in |ielroleum product* Kelined ON There art two m.tin source> Iron. which Northern Koican rotces may now get oil MILDCM**. *W nearer Is Kanchurll where. In Uv district of FUV>u"' bolh oil-fiuin ,-oal and shahoil pre produced and ihe Utiar refined. No recen' Information Is available as lo Uv scale of produrtion but there n large resources of coal and -halt-1 t>, ,r. 'there is no rail connection from I.-.rt.y Mukden right] [own lo Se.iul about 4fid miles LSQ to Pui.in %  > further tSO "oi. si/Ulh. It has been rafMCtad Hi • .hiring the JapanaM oceupall' n f crude oil a year Also there U an oil i • %  finery %  | Nlkolsk In Sil^'iia. "h'.rt dl* tanot iwrth of Vlmlivoi-toek. rheie ir a rail connection Iron. Oanaaj northwards into Manchuria, But the railway route in Korea may be precarious as It shirts the oast oast and inents from lha from the nlr So long a, the rloatt Korean' nt-elve Ihe Mpporl of Iheir norin eru nelghhoi.i Ihell oil sum-W problem l moraen. to be malnlv one ol inalnlainlilf land end sea rommnniratlons. o storage, and of trm-i-iiniv -ut-forwaftl to the lr..nt. The overwhelming all -'renftb ihat W now bamg broughl anbi ftepn Wm. FOGARTY LTD. (lnc In Itrilish (iiiinna) ALfjrnmm WARE a >; DOMESTIC WARE in a wide variety v> DIAMOND WARE is approved by the Good Housekeeping Institute. S SAUCEPANS. FRY-PANS, COFFEE PERCOLATORS. KETTLES. EGGPOACHERS OMELET PANS. ji FOR CONSISTENT SATISFACTION .... DIAMOND BRAND AIBHMM WAItf ,*.'***'''-'*•''*'•'< IIARBAIM)S ELKCTRIC SUPPLY (OIIPOItATION LTD. \oii4 1 : As Ihe M*nuf.\. lurer* hsve decided that repair* to ana of uur Knrlnen can no Irniiir be lo hed losd at lnlcr< ah. durlna thf next frw monlho Our Cenumers sre asked to ro-operale br eserehln< the utmost economy In lbae of i:ieelrlcit>. pacakalarlj iliiiin: the Prak period lielwetn fi.20 and 8.30 p.m until rurthrr nailer. SMITH. Oeneral Mauaicr. Hinpl Mr. Palmer introduced Visual now ^-. — ,; Education and Banaroual> devoted |r.n*t mi.V' a itreat deal of his time to organdlrTlri)' ^ ^_ Mixed Farming iea! isini dim showt throughou* itn countryside of islandi which had never before naen a reel Fdn.mil apparatus which were loanci l)j ihe Briush Council have pro-, vided a splendid enleriairunen'| uu> especially to those in Ihe minor islands such as Barbuda. Angullla and Tortola Mr. Palmer was arbitrator lejponslble for Ihe "Inquiry into the Labour Disturbanceof 1MB In I91B he was awarded the M.B E PAFIS Aug A usually reliable source hen to-day described as "without foundation" tho American Now* Agency report? that a detachment, — of French troops was about to be w'th %  revision of his motion h ,ent to Korea -Renter. | would get his support Bank Strike BUENOS AIRES. Aug 3 Private banking activity came to a virtual standstill here on Thursday following an increase in strikes among bank servants for higher pay —Caa Frees. In appreciation of his outstanding achievements tn these islands tho Antigua Teachers' Association y revented theii director with a souvenir leather case for valuablo papers hand painted with a scene ol Antigua and the famous pljirHi-pie crest along with a scroll The Antigua Education I>e V artinent also showed their gratefulies to Mr. Palmer by presenting hi in with a flashlight "as reminiscent of the light whirh bv rau work and personality you have ahed on the field of Education In the Colony and also as symbolic at the Mgbt which will continue to radiate from your life as you mb the I-adder of Success" say Mr P. W A Gordon Inspector of Schools. I tn • - %  l>eparlii.ei.t ol Agrieulture Bepoil tor liMB ii.u.igrni". 142. MrJ Crufluui. IToviSloii 'oi ihe davelopmcnl of the Central Experiment Sution in rnmdaii has been included in a CotoiUal r>^olopnien1 -md Welfare Scheme for an Agr'"ltural Experiment.!, Station which I approved In March. !M0 The purpo*'' Of ihr irTli %  Bel Mnneaaani of more stable systems of agriculture on a mixed fanning ba.s and investigation Into li.' m crops so grown in ofdei the standard of agrieulu.r.l worker. The tol-t coat of Ihe scheme will h £158.750. towards which HiMajesty's aovammen' are e*e> irlbutiiig gW.917. It • that the sta'.lon will come Into full operation In 19M.



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PACK FOl-R BAKBMIOS ADVOCATE. I r.lllW II '•! >l I I'l. BARBADOS w AOTOGUTE %... —.1 -%  n ~f .4 -I B -1 Frid.y. AUKUSI 1 15 "At Tenerife. the large*! of the Canary Islands. I saw an Annual Procession of children walking up the cultivable side of iHe mountain. They were led by prii-.iv .in.l 111)11-* and each child carried a tree he or she u us gimii; I" plant. That was S' M,f iMchini;." -Cat TREES WITH the minimum of discussion the House of Assembly passed on Tuesday a resolution for $1,600 to enable the Director of Science and Agriculture to extend the work of tree propagation. The original estimate was for the sum of $4,500 but this was reduced and the new amount will now be considered by the Legislative Council. There can be little doubt that the funds will be granted and the work of propagation started as soon as possible. But it is for the general public in whose interest the money is being spent to make the fullest use of the work done. This island which is essentially agricultural needs many more trees than are at present left standing. The prevention of erosion and land movements, the attraction of rain and the percolation of the soil after ntoi form only part of the benefit to be derived from a good tree population. And it is alarming that so many trees of varying species could have been destroyed without any attempt having been made to replace at least some portion of them. The Cultivation of Trees Act 1950 provided for the payment of a small sum to land owners who planted trees on their lands. The difficulty in this was that of propagation. Many people would be willing to plant casuarina trees but were unable to grow them. The Director of Agriculture who is charged with the duty of "promoting the interest and development of arborculture" has now recommended that these funds be granted to provide the necessary pots and other equipment for growing trees and. according to him, for caring them until they are strong enough to be replanted without dying. In years past Arbor Day in this island saw the interested few apply to the Department of Science and Agriculture for a few citrus plants. In future Arbor Day should evidence a new awakening to the need for trees and a realisation of the benefit to be derived from planting them In an agricultural community Trees nourish life and the (lood Earth which produces food. Boys/ Bay FRIDAY, August 4, 1950 will be a red letter day in the history of club life and in the lives of many of the youth of this island. Today the Day Street Boys' Club will be opened by the Governor and a beginning will be made in the attempt to bring a new ray of sunshine into the lives of the children of the poor. Social services in this island have been left mainly to the goal and untiring energy of a few individuals but in the case of the Boys' Club the community effort is more likely to ensure success. It is good to find that a number of individuals have consented to serve one evening in each month as supervisor of the Club. A look Ht the list published yesterday will show that the individuals represent many interests and su the boys of the club will benefit from the collective knowledge of their "uncles." It is a service which will not bring Royal awards but which nevertheless is evidence of a sense of civic responsibility. The Boys too will be able to enter a club which is theirs and in which they will have a chance to develop latent talents of good citizenship. This is the lirst Internal effort at youth welfare of this kind; and it is the duty of the public to give It every encouragement either financially or by way of service to their less fortunate brethren. It is only the lirst of many Clubs which are needed throughout the island. What British Schoolboys Are Taught A Schoolboy Writes On The future off Ihr Irriiisli Colonial limuire in IVruei -l. wilh surriiil rrfrrrnrr to llir West Indies. BY ROGER BARBER 118 YRS 7 MONTHS) PRIZE-WINNING ENTRY IS THE OVERSEAS LEAGUE ANNVAL EMPIRE ESSAY COMPETITION 1950. in these disturbing Umes. it is perhaps difficult to see a certain i.itdre for anything. It Is hard t imagine a MI anstate arising fnm the unrest and politn a. %  trite present in the world today: and at times, we must MB* less, the further progress of our liui.li Colonial Empire appears ...-.-. %  to be fraught with much danger and great obstacles. Some schools of opinion do not help matters by regarding the Empire as something of which Britain ought u> be ashamed, lather than something of which ma ought to be most inordinatcl> proud; they would lake advantage of immediate colonial diflikuiUea to cut the painter and 'liberate' the peopl* ROGER BARBER. Is \,ear old schoolboy of Newent Gra-nmar School, Gloucistmhirc. Enpland. arrirei '" Jamaica In the "Bayann" on %  he I2!h AuLi'r ills moti'h'i stay in Jamaica urtlh Mr. J. II. Caryiil (4, Duke .Street, Kingsto*), the Hoi. Corresponding Seemanj *•' the OeerStaa League, t* Ma prize for ihe urinnlnu entry m the Over-Seai League annual tmptre TnnviUnp Scholarships coif -tiUon. -.1 self OHH KEAIIEBS SAY fair Strnln To, The Edilor. The Advocate, SIR.—I have seen in your columns again where now Mr. G. II. Adams, leader of the Government blames the press lor making an tnacenrate version of a statement ho had made at the last meeting when speaking mi two hills on the Order Paper on the first occasion it was His Honour ihe Acting Cliief JMtlOt (Mr O. Taylor) fai some case on the last sessions; and now it's Mr. Adams. Before such charges Bit made Sir, in my opinion there should lie better facilities, and accommodation made for these reporters who have to strain their ears to *ear what has been said, as It surprises me how they manage to get a proper report at all with such Inconveniences; and soft i.vturcrs SomcUme ago I suggested loud speakers were necessary, both in the courts, and in the House Why not lnstol them? L. B. CLARKE. Tudor Bridge, St. Michael. Cricket Gift To. The Editor. The ."1.1. SIR.— Vsi success of our cricketers, some one should give a poftlo dcdlc.i | nell tquipl %  %  for poor boyi who would love to be cttl l i houJd come from anyone far or near who has W.I. interest U heart. Cricket is indeed the game nearest and dearest to our hearts WILL-WISHER seas territories. They would fava them self-government rcgardl*** %  f whether the time u npe, -Hi' i than pursue un uiiapvi acular policy of patience (crsistence It is not solely on us, huwvvci that the burden rests. The colonial peoples themselves, mu*i play their full part, as the Klnc. uggestd in bin Colonial Month inaugural speech last year "Proand gross depends upon a true asju of partnership between all secThey seem to forget Uiat the lions of society, rulers and (wed, ,'okonlal Empire consists of couneach giving of his best to the comae* which possess uidigenous man weal; and I look eonlWienih •aces. The Dominions art domto the traditional rulers and chtcts iiuma mmply because their inand also to the pohlie.il leaders .abitant* are 'chips off the old and representative bodies to prodock', but the inhabitant* of Uie mote co-operation in their v.u %  olooies arc, strictly speaking, ous spheres, and so set their foci* foreigners'. That is why it will against faction and the Bowing oi such a triumph when these distrust." peoples can achieve a state of What better formula Uwn Ml .clf-govcmmcnt; and that is also can there be for the ruturc or UH .vhy Jintain should strain every Colonial Empire? But there arc mags as the Kings last nerve to solve their problems, and disturbances and agitations should not foster feelings of shame ai our colonial record. We in Eng.uid should realise that our colniial pcopleii are only now reapUie first fruits of Weste, not The establishment oi and colleges has done make him aware oi himnd his responsibilities, and is rapidly discouraging Uul tendency to laziness, so characteriti. of the CanblR-.itnegro The need for COHIrUCUvo leadwshtl is particularly urgent.' at th* present time. The common mar is no longer content with his lot. Dd a plac I.. :iie arorld "tier than that accoidexl lo Hie 'COiOUrad' man. But in this respect gre.it hopes |it in the future. iur Mr llustamante seems lo be Hi. righl man 'or the job. If the West Indian Universiry ran profjuce men like him, thcr .i poUflcal future for these islands Is assured Some year> sport stated •nat futu' lh Caribbean should be directed toward: federation. Mr Bustamante, as 'a leader of Ihe people' appears rt? he anal] on the way lo bringing. I his about ...I that the West Indies have found | Usidai i" I'nstamai. te (and for that matter, an oppo • iiion in Mi Mauley) Is i promising sign of polhlcal progress, but we must not los* right of the fact that the island are still Crown Colonies, and tha' therefore "we in England have duly towards Ihem. namely thi UUk Of futuie ilevelopnieot lln m a tackling this duty, am' whal is more impoitant. how are KM West Indies responding' AM praaaat atatc of aitairs is | | %  he. aus. of the inaileqiale training of civil A. in the case of colonial poll 1 % %  in nanei f.ii loo ntady •• lielief that the mere fact that the British colonial civil servant, hns reoiivod I fif govemmcni thai attractive in Communist ImperialColonial workers be carefully and will not appease it. or selected. The only justification for for It is upon the people Jiriy chance of iiKhan must have trust in the individual British official That why the future lies so distinctly fa) the careful selection of every colonial civil servant, for these it have a tremendous task ahead the extreme diversity of th' lountries from which these re t^c5m£FSi*m£ .mt'dcaUng '-" particularly interesting, as of them. It Is up to them to SSb InSas and Burmas. which niany islands m U* group may rcvohitionise U;e exisUng method. ... %  nl .Uvdv adv.n.ed tvillsaLv ** ld *" "* '" l railslllonil1 •' British Colonial Admmistrast*U>. in so far as they stand be ban, which are sadly out of dale. twecn the extremes of advanced' 'Ihe tune has come now for BritUons Our present colonies are D0t Each colony and group of colonies has Its nvn climate rrops. history peopl which need their own special plan, not sonic generalised 'colonial' plan. But the main obstacle to th K h ., lu and 'primitive' being nearer the am lo look upon the West Indians hiviiirv iieonlc farmer Ihan the latter. They thus not as children, but as equals represent those peoples who have They can stand on their own feet progressed through the establishnow, ami it Is time the Colonial men! of law and order, comOffice raahaad it This docs not niim.iiiohs and rudimentary mean however, that the time Is i-anid devcloiinicnt of the colonies •'" clt services, lo a measure or ripe for self-governinentr, hw in MS wneral backward'"'" ,l •gg^ w,th c l>eoP 1 ^ "' %  '' "> *• Caribbean wili ind isolation ivhich most a began anything that can be died development. Think of the italic Isolation of Ihe Pacific uilklu > alvW N S*vsl0iV ' ,hr Weslc'rn world and are show, for Uu-re is a great differmcnl w" ire looking -head lo^i "".m.s to translate this socia cr.ee ,„ stardlng on ones feet and point of dcsUnaUon. But do we Wfjgg JJf P" Uc81 "'£ ,, WM( ._ xumelenllv rememher the noint of '1 unllt y * wt From the West Indian point of departure* Do we realise the Tne,r lu,ure howvcr l,kr **.} v w ,h fu '""" " with the 2 '' of .-.vnrtv ^anoranci f *• c ^ nnM Empire In general, nuddle claws. Given a collabu of poverty, ignoranc |i#| (inly throu((h Ih)i so)V|na pf 0fUtlon bl lft mi heni Bnd ^, ir arkable friends in Engiand, progress Indeed. \Viwards the building-up of a mass 'diversity' is Ihe keynote of West political movement, of which they Indian life. To lake an will become the leaders, should example:— Both Barbados and be steady and secure Ohhta .' islands, think of the misery or n,,,,,., Guiana ara in the West cleavage bi-twecn Ihe two Hides, the West Indies' slave population | iK |, on group, but consider the bcwevor, Ihe result can only be at the time of the emancipation to ntrasT Barbados is a compact, ene of two alternatives: political and think of the low-subsistencecrowded, highly cultivated little deadlock and social decadence, or level of the average African tribe Island, with %  large relatively open violence eventually leading Yet to-day we see roads, railcoiid population of African ancesto civil war. If their leaders are ways, schools, bicycles, clothes iiy, and an historical beginning as uccrmincd to appeal over the native Journalists, doctors and „ British settlement. Half of heads of the Butish reprcsentaUtwyan, and hear most impresBritish Guiana's population is t.ves. through the ballot-box and sive siecchcs from African poliEast' Indian; It Is not an island universal suffrage, men there canlicians. What changes! But how but part of u continent, and began not be a long or useful future superficial! Can we Ignore lh" aj a Dutch colony. It has large phaad Of the British West Indies, other side of Westerni*aUon? For rivers, a vasl virgin hinterland hut given full co-operation on often the new influences we have and the special problems set by L >Ih side-, than Will be no need brought break up the close-knit I* dangerously low coast for the like of Bustamante to families and tribes too quickly These are only two territories ignore British officials, and the and the people have not been able Vaken from an area of 2.500,000 two parties can move forward lorn time to absorb a new religion, syuare miles, but they serve to geUwr to ihe future. or build up new bonds and loyalshow that each colony could be. The question of the moment •w incentives to work. *d lo a large cxU-nt Is. sufficient C.MI b,reduced ti> one central Hence alongside the sueees-sfiil i 1 1 0 ,! lf S,uh bel "( lho ,; ''' %  P"bIora. Ihtt Of COOfldOtWO, WhiOB daplation one tlnds n-stlessness. we can now see Ute_ dimcultiea U the very cement whlcfa hind disruption, dreadful slums, and hH *! •* %  Oil NEWS FROM TEXAS * mm HIIBH TULSA, OKLA FROM any point in this oil capital uf the world, one can look across to the low lying, green hills of the Osage. boundary f the Kingdum wherein once dwelt the richest per capita c,mniunity in the world the Usage Indians. , ,. Th I % % %  < %  are still there, but the oil which once poured for many years an average income of $8,000 lo $12,000 annually into their laps, has sluwed to a trickle. In 1949, the incume from oil had dropped to a measly $1,200 and will probably not go much, if any, above that in 11*50. The Usages no longer throw away their old diamonds when they get dirty or buy a new car every ihree months. — . In the last four decades, the Usages have Mao catapulted from rags to riches to pseudoAnd now there are plans under way -hat may once again elevate the %  mall trig .o comparative riches, although the high. Aide and handsome days of the mid twenties nay never return. Geologists aftimata that there is still as much "black Gold" beneath the surface oi Jsage County as has already gushed irom Us subterranean recesses. The problem is how .o bring it to the surface, now that the easy .ream has been skimmed from the pool. The mall is one of the most interesting reolofiicaJ experiments in the United States. A group of old wells in the Osage is being .luoded with water in hope it will lorce to the iurface the vast reserve of oil which scientist. say is still locked in the earth. With the blessing of ihe Osage tribal council, a group of oil companies has combined jnder the name of the North Burbank Unii Jperators to ltnance, design and construct -his first large scale watertlood installation .vhich mav not only revive the Osage wells JJI point the way to new activities in other .ldtields. The operators have set a mammoth task lor %  icinsoh-es. It embraces a 20-to-30 year projramme of recovery and conservation in the Jsage fields, if the pilot or test water-Mood is tuccessfui. Paul S. Hedriek. oil editor of the lulsa Daily World for 28 years and one of the oil experts of the southwest, believes that waterflood operations in the north Burbank District of Osage County alone will recover a minimum of 140,000.000 barrels of oil in a world powered by gasoline and hungry for petroleum. After large scale operation gets under way .n this district, production should increase from the present 4.400 barrels per day to 20,000 barrels, which means a substantial mrease in oil payments to the Indians. Another method, known as "hydrofxac", also is being used to tap oil reserves in old wells. In the hydrofrac method, gasoline is reduced to a putty substance and forced under terrific pressure into the sandstone. This pressure cracks the strata, but neither burns nor tires the oil deposits. A chemical is then introduced that dissolves the "gel", as the gasoline solution is called, leaving behind sand particles that serve as "propping agents" to keep open minute cracks and allow the oil to escape. Between these two methods, the Osage may again be in for a time of plenty and prosperity. But even though his income in recent years is but a fraction of tha thousands he received in the good old days, he is still probably the richest Indian in the United States. All the mineral rights beneath the surface .f Osage County belongs to the tribe as whole. The Osage may sell his surface land in Osage County but the mineral rights, through action of the Great White Father in Washington, are entailed in perpetuity to the tribe as a whole. The Osage. desperate for cash, can sell his "head rights" or his share in the mineral returns, lo an outsider. But he may sell only with the consent of Uncle Sam. Head rights are quoted by local banks in exactly the same way that Union Underwear, pfd., is quoted on the' New York stock exchange. To-day's quotation places a price of from $14,000 to $15,000 on a head right, providing Uncle Sam approves the sale. There are only 2.229 such head rights, as established by the Government in 1906. (Osages born after that date are still known as "The Too Late Osages.") There is no reason to believe that a head light, DOW priced at $15,000 will not yield indefinitely an income of at least $1,200 per annum. And it may be three, four, five or %  Veil all limes that much if the hydrofrac and water-flood programmes pan out as expected Or, if the pale face can't get Uncle Sam's permission to buy a head right from an Usage, he can always marry an Osage belle with a head right in her dowry. That's the way some of Tulsa's richest citizens once got their start in the oil business—INS. D. v. scorr TO-DAY'S SPECIALS, ca LTD. at the COLONNADE Tins lleini Vegetable SALAD with Mayonnaise 48 44 Tins OVAI/TINi: (large) 1.24 1.0k Hollies—JH I ItIVS BtBI 2 2(1 WE OFFER VKGETABLK (iARIUN M \M HI %  OH '." and V IIO.-i; IIIIIM.s v M1NIIKKS IV All ltl\<. IMH'S OARHKN lltmVIJ N TRlNtlRS WILKINSON & IIAVNES CO. LTD.—Successors (u pitiful demoralisation of the rribesman-turned-pruletarlat. Th" hreak-up of the tribal system In Africa, and the racial division : Kant Afrira and Malaya tend to bean Colonies UH one. under ill heading "British West whereas in reality, Jamaica Jamaica, Antiw.t is Antii;u;i. ami innser reronnise their hereditary loaders, and because of their isi— noranea, loyalty to the Empire is beyond their cOUoapUOB Thus ii is the physical and political backgrounds of the*<* peoples which we must know and understand Without this understanding we cannot posslbl> Miei tf-1 in this polii-y of 'colonial development'. England has solid interests in the colonies—economic and strategic—It would help the practically ... iloniis if we defined Ihem. and must be ::.;ld In England are Ihe fabric ef society toMhar. In UKtomod to think of our Carlb(OrHMI dan it \v.i> said thBt the Wist lr.ii.,:, got along well Indies." enough, basing his faith in the goodness of Queen Victoria. This simple faith was succeeded by a fain in the British tnipire; this In turn is dissolving, and what Is to replace il? T.ie uawtr |l Uh In himself as a West Indian; tlon of rtie slave* "freed a race 1 lit failed lo creale n society The West Indies are suffering from the development of this faith may that today, and It is the aim of be slow — no matter when •vary legislator and social worker a man gains self-confidence the to construct a West Indian way of rest of the v .iv !< %  easy life Whan such exists, then can w proceed lo a political future tor our Caribbean brethren but ol what am Is poUtfcal equal it v when the simplest form of social life — \he Christian family — Is i-existetit? Here it however, that tie not pretended we had all to give BiandOUl profraai in social w ( -land nothing to get We have lalc has been made. Thr people other, less material interests; we p.ive been taughl to bu.ld proper want lo turn wards into friends, ^mitarv houses, and to make use who will stay with us when they ot welfare institutions. Scientific arc free to go away; we want to i^cuUUra ha been encouraged Hiiaad In the world the ide.is \& tnaura that the i>puiaiion i* whn-h we believe make freedom adequately nourished, and educaand paaot, Our success for a futan i>erhsps the most lure m the Colonial Empire deImportant factor — has startetl pends upon our ability lo male t altar the We*,' Indian's outlook. the colonial people believe that for .tltcred it must ba Th* our interests arc their Intertatt, estabuahmanl i d i West [mUan anil that they ran bent ba Rained lulture In which the ordinary man %  ily partnership with us. ran 'rest' and of which the Watt I In the future we musl foster the Indian peoples can be proud (same family spirit in the colonies, do BOffsj BM .oiyihing else to hi the Dominions; and i.mnve feelings of inferiority I who can do this better than the from which the avajaaa ffaat .British public'. Indian suffers, by virtue nf Hi Which K ... 1 For The Future'.' By wa\ of conclusio:i it cm be said chat ,i definite future for cur is assured only l>> %  i n mne nf |>i licj mi the part ol < ur atlnmustrators: the art OJ showing true friendliness should be encouraged in British officials, who hitherto have tended to be cold and aloof. Just recently Il::. i appeared In "The Croi Colonist" condemning what termed 'official snobbery' In the This is an important point for how can we expect our %  FhOW ourselves OpeB tfl I The whole range of ptob i oni i i teented to the colonial .ouiun^i the British peopl %  like, musV be .ipproached with the idea of social, and ultimately equaUty tumly in nund to The proi-ess of le-thinking and ir-educ.ition must proceed unUl •lea of personal equality • tassir 7 Grvy lit an! Cricketer* To the Xdttor, the Advocate SIR.—In days like these we are looking for new talent In order that the present high standard ol cricket in Barbados and the British West Indies mty ba inauv.alned. and this talenl can only be found amongst youngsters. Why then are there so many "has boens" In:luded in local elevens who feel that through espect they should be given a major part In th< game and thus have a chance lo display then UOta worn-out ability av the expense of the younger players? We do need the guidance of these more experienced veterans of the game bu* in the manner in which this is at present being given. It is a shame that these decrepi,' old men wilh le eye on the cemetery gate do not realize the harm that they are doing to cricket as a whole. Tinume hat come when we should all join logotber HW rIl these unre.tollable bald-patcd grey-beard* Inside the pavilion where the) belong. YOUNGSTER Don't Wmitl Shoot To ihe Editor, ihe Advocate SIR.—As the shooting season U Just starting. H is a lilting time to mention one aspect of It. We have good shots in Barbados who would acorn lo murder birds on the ground. But alas! some te increase the score of their swamp do kill sitting birds If all score books were torn up this eU would be greaUy mlegated. The sportsman would soon And that bringing off a left and right shot at birds on the wing give him a greatar sense of ; kill and pleasure than he will ever get by murder, it.g twenty on the uround Try It. Givsj the birds a chance. Pit your skill against their guile and ii can win. Remember the story : and the Foreigner? As Ihe edge ol the wood a cock pheasant emerged and began walking away. The man raised his gun The shocked keeper cried "Oh you wouldn't shoot him now, Sir." "Ah no", said the man "I'll wait till he stop* ! |"Do net be among those who waif tltl he stops E, C JACKMAN. August 1, 1950. eJHP Pf?D VALUES FOR THE BANK-HOLIDAY t non % %  IIIIISKS : KLAVOl'R.S J to %  UMIXIIII %  III VII imwt IHIIM 3" ; U 4 lbk. rarh — l.0l prr lh. Ill'] I'l It — m v.. (WANS UK IENNENTS BEER GUINNESS' STOUI. 3 YEAR OLD I.OI l IIHAIII III >l TRY BOTTLE. MK.tr UKfT. H.linils llil.k.n. In,k. vmukrd Ki|.|"rSmokrd lillft Ol llicldu k 4 ilihjKr 30r. per lh. !" si <.4llll\|||s i tan



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TODAY. AUGUST 4. ltta. BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK FIVfc Yestry Will Question Ex-Churchwarden About Playing Field Voucher* The Vestry of St. Michael is going to hold a special public i meeting as early as possible, which Mr H. A Tudor. *x-\ Churchwarden, and Mr. Francis H. Pile, UM Voatn I Auditor, will be asked to attend. The purpose <>( this meeliny is lo discuss a statement made by Mr. Pile in hisj statement of Revenue and Expenditure of the parish fat J tin ..MIending March 24. Mr Pile drew to the attention of the Vestry a certain \ case dealing with the Princess Alice Playing Field in which some of the vouchers were worth nothing. H Senior Sanitary Inspector Suspended For 4 Months The Commlniooer ol Health of St. Michael y suspended Inspector G. Fagan from service fa %  Nine Watches Stolen: Valued At $230 N INE GENTS' wrist watches valued $230, are reported to be lost by G. C. Aahby. Jeweller of Swan Street. City He informed the Police tha; they were removed from his show cae between July 22 and Tucsday HpWO BICYCLES were reportX ed missing in yesterday's Police Keports Clarence Thompson of M-sort Hall Street reported th,loss of a cycle belonging to Cheetcrttelrt Thompson of the same address He stated that the cycle was taken from Fontabelle on Tllr du The loss of n cycle valued 141 was reported bv Garfleld Lowe or Eagle Hall He told the Poliothai the cycle was removed from the Savoy Club Mason Hall Street, m Monday W OOIIROFFE C'LAKKC of Palmers. St. John reported the loss of his cow valued $130 from a pen on his land at the same address between 500 p.m. on Monday and SM a.m. on Tuesday C HOIRS FROM five of the seven Elementary Schools in St John took part in the noncumpetilive Music Festival whicn was held at the St. Johns Mixed i, Tuesday evening. The School Hall was packed with enthusiastic listeners and| soiiie listened from the windows. Among those In the audience MMM K.-v Canon PAW. Moore and Mrs. Moore. Rev Ripper, Mr L. Gay. Miss Q Denny. Miss II. O Gittens. Miss E A Murray and Miss J. Gill. The programme was so arranged that the Junior choirs were first lo sing. "The Shamrock" was sung by the Cherry Grove Junior School, "All Thru the Night" by Hothersal Junior School. "The Merry Traveller" by Welches Village Junior School. for "Come Hither" by Mount Tabor Mixed School Bnd "Bonnie qtiarUe' by St John's Mixed School. They afterwards grouped together and sang "Old Folks at Home." "My Own Deor Land' and John Peel." Representing the Santa Choirs the St. John's Mixed School sang How <;reat is the Pleasure." "Now Is the Time for Haying," "Mighty lak a Rose." "Psalm 67" and "The Halllu)ah Chorus." Before the King was sung Mr. I. St. A. Thome. Headmaster of the St John's Mixed School, said that they would present Canon Moore with an address and gift from the teachers of the Anglican schools of that parish in recognition of his services as Chairman of the Board of Managers of the Schools. Canon Moore gave up this post at the end of July when he also retired from his other post as Rector of the parish The address was read by Mr J W. Bell while the presentation j was made by Miss S. A. Carring-: ton. The Canon afterwards replied to the address. A vole of thanks was moved by Mr L T. Gay. District Inspector of Schools, who also paid tribute to Canon Moore This was seconded by Mr A. T. Gittens Mrs. Moore, in a brirf address, told those parents present to give the teachers their wholehearted Mipport and refrain from interfering with the work of the teachers who were trained to do their Job. She said that education from books was most desirable but parents should not fall to train their children to be helpful in the homes. I RENE inmiK of Hall's Land, Bank Hall, St. Michael, was injured on her left foot nfbtr dM was Involved in an accident on Tuesday. She was treated by Dr. Cummins and charged. Also involved in the accident was a bievcle owned by James Thorpe of R>w Road. St Michael I^*ncock was a pedestrian. T HE MOBILE CINEMA will fulfil its linal engagcim-n* for llio week with a show al Wiltshire Playfield. St Philip, at 8 o'clock tonlsht. This show is for the benefit of residents of the Wiltshire A motion that the meeting oc galled was made by Mr E D MOttlO) and supported b] Mr T W Millet Hon'ble V C Gale was to speak on the matter Quoting the paragraph of the Auditor". report dealing with the worth!. %  .> vouchers, he -aid it was a mattci which the Vestry should lake vtrj seriously. The paraitraph said "I chlal Treasurer has paid on orders of the Veatry as he is required to do under Section 35 of the VOBi tries' Act. 1911—5. and the pay-; merits are all beua fide, but in certain cases which were particularly under the Head. Princess Alice Playing Field, the vouchers are signed by the Churchwarden without anyone certifying tha' same, or with a certificate which | Ifl worth nothing. Fair Chances This means generally that the Churchwards*) himself has at-1 tended to the business In hand without assistance from, or know! ledge of, the Head of the Depart, ment. or the one responsible for seeing that the work la properly carried out. and that the charges made are fair and reasonable The matter re vouchers uncertified or not properly certified was brought to the attention of the' Vestry in December. 1945 Mr Gale aid that that was Viw serious report A committee l.ad been appointed to look after tinPl.i'iiig Field, and it al*n h;i i a Secretary. Certain prominent i—ople in the parish who were not members of the Vestry had been invited to join the commute*and they had done so. "1 happen lo be a memr. ftH II H>\ • *ii tlHVAl Letter To The Editor ii pi Film Eiitvrtainiiiciit "The Dm is susceptible Of great arlisti.' expression It ean DC %  An* art. Bui it isn't used that way main* used as a form of mass enlenslntnanl Ann i tfed B csn say quite truly it's the Missal ana most imp form Of mass entertainment Of ii.ii Ktt rliti'H.uuimn! m the whole world DENIS ft HMAN. Director of the British Film Institute speakirg In a BBC profjramnw 3 SHIPS IN THE BAY thai Committee." Mr. Gale said, "and I know nothing about these vOUehtn which nre not properly certified I think that we as members of the Vestry owe It to ourselves and to the ratepayer! smo have elected us, and to the Government who are financing these playing fields to see that the rroney is properly spent We are the custodians of that moncv with which the Government hns entrusted us. "We should see to It that all the account" are properly I'M%  Craftsn %  vai oi ihe Steam l>i. bii'Ugr.l the number 11 >.-., i. i. B in three Beside the "Craliarnan thenwas lbs "Alcoa Runner,* 1 which has been hare for many day. ami r.< Itlvvi. itM I'll, Alcoa Runner 1 si creel %  ire discharging cargo while the "Craftsman" la BUfng bet hatches with sugar for the U K As soon Jthe "Ciaflsm.n" .nrived the waterfront WSOl BBtQ action. Lighten were loading sugar on the north and south sides Of the Inner Basin. Loaded lighters could be seen cruising dOWD the Careenage Some weie ln-in*. lowed by launches while their occupants relaxed on bags of sugar. Two launches passing each other midway between .nid the wharf were regularly seen ouched They both had lighten In low bul i white M| Bel wen empty the Gale called the state of (others were loaded to the water "very disquiet ... The Government crane also had its share of activity yesterday. During the evening it wa inll to unload heavy machinery from a lighter which was tied off jus' !>clow It. A few yards away from 'hi* crane men could be seen nailing up boxes of onions These will soon he shipped from the Island by the Schooner "Mandalay ft." Th Weather TO-DAY Sun Hi—— "I HI a.m. Kan 8eU: 6 tt p-m. IHrh Water: 7.SB am. XM Mr affairs .-aid his opinion was that thev should thoroughly examine all the vouchers, account*, etc relating to the playing field The playing field had a secretary, and according to the usual oractlee he took It that the secretrry would have the vouchers files and orders and would know about what was goitK on He would know how the work was carried out nnd about the orders made for the materials which were used. Take Measures Everything possible thaT coulJ be done to clear up the matter should be done, said Mr. Gale, and he hoped that the Vestrv wouid proceed lo do what he was asking for without delay. Mr. Bruce Weatherhead. present Churchwarden, who was In the Chair made a statement to th-> Vestry. He said It is the right of every Taxpayer to know that his taxes are wo I siient and correctly accounted foi It is the duty of the Vestry to e that such information is given to th* ratepayers and that all reasonable questions relating i Parochial affairs are properly and promptly answered. It Is also the duty of the Vestry to see that any government grants or Trust Funds, in their charge, are properly accounted for and to the satisfaction of the Government Since the publication in th%  Omcial Ga/ette" ot the Parochial Accounts for Ihe year 19-5'I. many of the Taxpayers of St Michael have been asking me all sorts of questions relative to that year, I am unable to answer these questions. The ratepayer. ask me because I am the present Churchwarden but. I am sorry to say. although I was senior Guardian for the year I949-S0. 1 knov very little about the repairs and building etc. for that year and I must therefore pass these questions on to the Churchwarden for 1949-50. Soon alter 1 was elected Churchwarden, in March 1950, Mr Francis Pile. Ihe Auditor, told me tha he was not satisfied with certaii Vouchers and he would not be able to sign the Accounts of the Parish for 1949-S0 and he asked :n %  for certain information. I gave him the required information to DM best of my ability. I shall now ask the Clerk to read copies of a letter written by me to Mr. Pile and his reply thereto relative to the Princess Alice Playing Field Account* Potato Diver Fined 5/"If you arc a diver with a licence and you find anything while diving at the sea you must take the article or articles to the Comptroller of Customs, you cannot take anything away," His Worship Mr. B. Griffith told Norris Boyce of Nelson Street yesterday when bs fined him 5 for unlawful possession of a quantity of English potatoes Norm in his def ence while diving he came across bag of potatoes in the sea did not know what to do th oa 464 %  Param i -'th. 1950 To the sVUtOTShtp of "The IlarAdvocate* 1 Brrdaetown BARBADOS IV.,i K1IM-1 You win be verj .istonuh to receive lettoi from some one. who you do HOI know Firstly I ill Introduce myself to you. My name II. 1 I ,m my age Is 23 years I live m ParBmartbo, Surinam The writing ol this letter is that several >f mv friends would rrespoi 03 md girls of toi collecting stamns Thatswhj 1 tunit> to request you if rou will advertise I nsentlonad ,n your most reading pe] Barl %  Advocate 1 ondanca can >*• i>ass m %  nguagea Kngllsh French. Dutch. Hindi or Urdu. trrtereeied persons csn apply Mr. H Pveemcliand Postfeox 464. Paramaribo, Surinam. Every collaboration would apmost highly. 11 you In entli Inetlon, 1 remain. Yours Failhfulb. II PltFFMCHAND. I ti DM 464 NO BACK PA1 FOR PAROCHIAL BMH0% EES 81 MICHAEL parochial em'piojitrs will not gel back pay. 1 he St. Michael Vestry came to • >.on for the second LsBM when Mr. E. 1> Mutt ley agau: lbs Vrsu> t,. grtre bacn those employees Mr. wrought up his iiiolun large sum of money Sd bean tamed in the 1949 B IsUanetes luui not been spool Whan the motion snu put U 1 resulted in a tie. bul the chairman. Mr Wsathirhsed, tut the casting VOtS givlai the liok pay Mi MOtt< ey's motion w foi panclual ^1 '!< %  :.! hut afti hearing Boroe noranessr rlewi i ihe scope to emploveiof iha iinaslBlillsl 1 sd .A|iiimii that bt Md 1 Ml his vole against Uv %  lam in-, .H.-I In,li ( l 1 .' ..I;II> with only some ol thone ,-' plveaj the iwck pa. Memliers who voted for th' motion won Hi Mottley, Mi Miller. Mr llrathwait. Chase Those who voted against it were Mr Browne. Mr God HOD V C. Gale and Mr Faces Dangerou* Driving Charge Decide Now Mr Mottle* said he Ulfl them to asclda ihon, OSWI -1.1 lor ad The VesUy bad made a decision, out n had come i" his notice '.nat the Churefl leport showed thai vi 1 > substantial sum of mone> which had been budgeted for hau not been spent. • HC (elt that if it were DOSSlDH rrvo pay members would agree to n. %  gO When UM .... oi tin %  ncroncnlni hurrteani season, the one set of petiple win wore uppeNNol In Iha tnlndi 0 tin peQfHO were the scsvengcrs BilOl the DOOd bCOldB the |>olae. the tll'st ps>oph thought of were the soavortgei Thev had done yewmen's work Thev hail workeii f.tlthfulh ano had given a high degree of eooperalion lie knoo thai the wbolo sffsii had bivn threshed out with ll>. Labour Officer, hut he had alwa> felt the only dispute %  / %  III. ..f ll.n k |lil> I" III' %  bourlna staff The difficulty was to give t t.itl and not the other K-n .in overall amount, it would t..k. (HO.ooo to pay stogy b ody rctroipeetlve pay Of that, less than half would go to the UtDOUrei ..•. |-i 1 That) < "old no herwise but be i' 1 Bympathi .pie The. ha I Met -""I bj onal V .. .ase brought by the PolUo against Cyril Carmlchael of MUe..n.i-.i-Wuartrr. St. Peter charging him with driving the molm bus S—M 011 Tudor Street In dangerous manner on June 21 was adjourned until August 1 bv Ills Worship Mr C. L Wal wyn Magistrate of District "A' yesterday. Mr JET llranrker is appearing on behalf of Cannlchael whlh Sgt D. Forde Is prosecuting toi the Police Three witnesses for the prosecution were heard, among tbem Cardinal Prvseod who said he weal w ,,,, ,„.,, v .., if 1 psasenatr on the motor busi ,„.,.,, doing IheC S—5B on June 21 The bus wasi^,,^,,, „ being driven along Tudor StreetIm>n am | ,„. WM makiror He noticed another —E—44—in | apppa i ( nn appeal from his front of S—58. Both buses stopth|lt ,i„. v m | t |,t give a dec ped and when S--58 pulled out l h( n „ decision In their hlVOUl from behind F-—44 there was a. Tnr Bm ount for the la collision between the bus. S -Mashed staff would be, $17,000. hi and a bicycle MW .,... %  IIOI This go %  lion ot the Chief Sandal ronoH showed %  : %  !'. 1 1 liuspeetoi that T Va-aVaVaVaVaVVWeV %  FOR THE COMFORT OF YOUR %  PETS U SE • nmw 1 11 1 rou HI 11 ..„,i %  %  PlIII.Vl l\SH I KILLER | H. JASON JONES A CO. LTD ft Distributees. %  A OsWOSMSTd .1 imnii on Jub f. a % %  •..!, tit he would bo creating a ,f he carried tarn duties he had been laid '•• oarr) Inspector Shepherd nooth Inspector Fagan to the ChiSl Sanitary Inspector and his statement was reMoeorated ba '" other inspectors Inaposior Vagan sdnBlttod %  the Board having spofeon to tti flpeetOI Sht'phertl klOOg the line of his statement but said he ha nut used UM word langeroui He had made the | In a joeiiUi ... with n Idea that it won: the Chief Sanitari InopOCtOt H was thai • man lie roollsod the Irn of the %  tatome nt, hohrovi lakon si louab bj %  lUsslors and he was BOlUTOIBOl? sorry he had made it. vhe Boned slewed the mote v\ itii grove conoern llunl.ir v < OatS said th.t .. Una b) UMBOI tor Is A ho .is .1 seiiioi .11 pet %  1 wit many years' service m the l*< paitrnent, luggoslod that he wai trying v Btaai < Depart ment Disgrareful Mi VK-I.II OoddUnrd 1 II .11 disaToceful ati rinaU) on the motion of Kon'bU \ 1 1 .,,-... %  .Mill Bad), %  .%  %  PB 1 [our months T*U Boa %  %  %  • tune to act In an executive capacity 111 the administration During the consideration of Its -harge it was pointed out that InFagan had acted as Assi bint hsS po os o r o Batson A SPECIAL FOR jm<^p TO-DAY fipWI CREAMS Mukr rll>.\Y'S ^r.K'•£~ MBW (lllllin ( I1KAMS ^Sfct^TBl Ban a "Ml'ST-TRY '^tSsvSf^Bssy/ r.ujuy taia (U-iiui.ifui Irral al . vctpa^r PHOENIX JT Soda Kminlain ^SsTrsV. Knlgha Lid tssssfasv rho VMM Rpe line Holds Up Truffitr, to Mi Branekor as to how fasl '.inevcUst was riding Proao said that h* could not glva the q B 1 nut tbO bit f** was riciden Bt a fast rate An adjournment wos granted so tint more vi'nesses could be nummoned •B'l<|Lntii" Brings Eight PuHHcn^i'rs 'I"he 41-ton Schooner Helnueeti Capt. King), brought eight pasH.P.C. Cailender of the Bridgo I sengers from St. Vincent ycsteiMaller ol Principle It K I' A I It S l winch runs alon Btl SOt it the c. Harrison & Co were being made t.\ the Walei works Department .mil I lathe was held up ..' a ntorvali The long1 cat stoppage occurred betweon 11 l^' o'clock and II o'doek, tinbiarj I breakfa>t period lor most city R D Wen doing the job bun ledly, however, so thai iraflu rniKht 00 amoothl) again Post said he was on duty on Bay Street on August 3 when he saw Norris carrying a bag 1Inot suspicion an I III what he had in It Norns started to panic and he arrested him. Moon: (Last Quarter) Aaguat 5. 1 fc.sTCRDAY Trmperaturr %  %  %  %  1... t top Ihe limn I Tin v* %  brought if lumber f"i M< 1 A 00 Ltd iKHircrs that were un Ir.iilinn the lumber >esterda> were making every effort to get It off the 1 Son,iwere pushing long pieces through the port holi .Mi Miller said that the hOPi 1 iwestanad labour an. ha would second Mr. Mottle) niotiuii. lie asked members to looi at the mattci calmly .mo dh %  I>assinnately despite the ol the Vestry in the past. 11 W4 known to all ol then, that 11 ex-Church warden bad not anon some money which had beei raised In the 1949 -IBM I .md ti.eie should then p dilluulty. 11 was a malU-r 0 iple and even if they ba. bad to borrow the money, whin 1 no need lo oo, the; should pay the scavenger % Thare on their kn 117.000 an. ha would suggest that bJ it and let it refer only to worker of the unestabllshed staff Thu staff had the firm opinion ths B eiitUle-i |0 get retroopocttvo pay as inch pa was given lo the QoVOnUTiei 1 1 ... He had pl^Ufl hm self to give assistance tow;. 10 their gelling that pay atnot last election period and he di not intend then to strav ( pledge Mr Mottlcy then j 1 %  had givt-n I I I B t take In-fore the Ho .. ,1. psoyi ... H i!d first have to %  ., i on that question Mr Coddard snid that he ha. m M ease s I'SUPERSEED SEEDS •ADS J t •at, anapdKtsii '1 kn-i... 1 „ | u m Al....... A.t.,. 'burr Dtlli. (an,..,,,,. (iiiywnUilmuiii. LH*II.I. Dahlia. H"ll.li.* latk.y-i,. Man BOH %  %  >2 hind... Niarll. MJ, I'orluUwra. Salvla. Ska1.1 Willin. Wrtmn l.-liK, Two Letters At this Mage in the discussion the Clerk rend two letters to th. Vestry. One dated June 17, 1950. was from Mr. Weatherhead t Pile, and the other dated June 14 was Mr Pile'* reply. The tii >t letter reminded M 1 Pile that Mr. Weatherhead ha I 1 "omctlme ago requested the Vestry Clerk to ask him to prepare an audited Statement of the ac' counts relative to the Priaonaa ; Alice Playing Field tor the information of the Central Government. •iy Clerk had reported that he had made the request two occasions, bul without BUCC "Subsequently I invited you to this office," Mr .Weatherhead' ay letter said, and I spoke with you Saturday it w ill' d you made a promise to let me ANNUITY The si Michaels Vestry at its meelniM yastOI la) granted Mr*. Lilian Drkex the vacant Prlrer Annuity nJJAtlTY GROCERIES I BKII1 wlATJBRAI LTD. HARRISON'S BROAD STREET "SOLO" SPRAYERS DOUBLE ACTION EJECTS ON BOTH THE UP AND DOWN STROKES THUS I'KOVIDINC A CONTINUOUS SPRAY. II1EAI. KOII GARDENS AND ORCHARDS COMPI ETE WITH rrrnNas INCLUDING 3 NOZZLES KOU VARIOUS MIXTURES SIO M SOCKET HEAR SET SCREWS •i. 5/ltl'. V, |" ALL ONE PRICE Ml I;.\T 1 uii RRAI.S t II; AMIIS (•Ml l.vnuih—:io Fn-i (IENUINE MALACCA CANE HODS WITH SOLID BRASS "LOCK-FAST" CONNECTION'S Compl.U will. DOUBLE WORM SCREW I'l UNdER. CLEARANCE WHEEL. ETC •••• HARRISON'S HARDWARE DEPT. TEL 2364 GOOD and tasty Sandwichc. have a loi v rich flavour srben ai %  ,'. msJc with rnsVnih! how children go tor then There's goodness irthat flavour loo. Mannuc is rk'h in the Mi vitamins that help to build up bodily litness and res] Sanaa to infection. UM it alw> in iioups, BHWs, gravies, sauces-it'^ as economfcal aa it b appetising. Sandwiches made with MAKftliTf The Vitamin 8 Yeast load a NELSON' COMING ON SATURDAY Lnata Nala The C N S c xpfcted to ai 110m North on J, BT4I the following dav for St. have the required Statement; bu Vinrcnt. Grenada and Georgethis has not yet come to hand Brlttaa Guianii I "A written request has now bee-i Thf unsigned toi received from the Social Welfare c.jidinor Austin & Co. [Officer for the audited Statement • en aeae t Fompil Mini-lcraj from pare I The ASMI already put forward a I reeommrndstion that tho Consultative Assembly should t* the! body supervlsini! the Suprn-NaUonal autho-ity under which the) Pool plan as proposed by Schumi would operate. Tinleeond big t.ilkinir ptiint • ihe •genri.. 1 proposal by tl 'ienci-l AIT..I Ing (. %  break lbs ban laid 'town ii>the Council statute forbidding all discussion I on de-1 fence mat The Committee has drawn up i resolution urKina that the Assemtily should be able to hold general debates on non-rnilitar r %  Ii a linked with the rkt the security "f Europe. —Heater SELECT TM9S8B OoUtfa Cheese %  M % %  1 at. tins 4B Black IVppvr n Peppai 11 •:• 1 %  '.!• Walls Oxloni *wges \yt tin Ml Walls Pork Sausage* 71 Danish Ham Sausage .. 1-lb tins 1 7H 1-lb. tins .43 1 %  -, can per tin .1 ..1 *a STANSFELI) SCOTT & CO., LTD. MtrMii -nt. 1 1 FOG YOUe HOAfB^; Sanderson Printed m Beautiful Assorled* Palterns, per yd Cretonnes I1.M CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD, 10. II. It, A 13 Broad M roal



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PACK SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY AUGUST 4 1M0. HENRY BY CARL ANniDc;,->\i MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNc Pretty pretties in RANGER CY FRANK STRIKLK lA^XOX THE RIDDLE OF THE ROME REBELS VOO PO NOT 00 CUT o* voim w*v TO /I-M H(( re oo JO BE Vfrrv AtfCC 10 j Cdn'Vfii.4ND so. M*. SlGNO*!^/f UNTIL IT 13 fimSfto. "-—, i—-"~~ \j *5 **" T <> *** Of' \\ ? A A*V HieHDS./ Pf (Stop Pyorrhea In 24 Hours Amoian rr Pr irrkra -Tr..t H..i. JUST RECEIVED 3 r.i,. (Mi i CM* '.Ml I'.-illl'V "FERGUSON FABRICS ii STOCKED BY THE LEADING STORES. Pkgs. Quaker Oat? Pks. Quaker Corn FUkes ritiirs L K B Pea^ne* Apperta Apples Ouahrd Pineapple Ccklail Cherries SI iced Pinea pples inrFs Gropcfiiut. mi Oi Gi;ipcfrun Tomato. Pineapple 5 STAR RIM J: INCE& Co.. Ltd. •: 8 and 9 Roebuck Stn Dial 2236 '.'.'.•.'.'.•.'.•.'.'.'SS.'.**S**S.V, "--'""in,,,,,,,.! BRINGING UP FATHER GEORGE MC.MANUS •MiCCOMTf TO STBJWOHTB-l UP "S TOO MOT t> >-T(-|> fT Hi rxi JIJOT TO'.IT A *NO TT*V ID kEEP UUUM li' ill KIRBY •OV-AM I OCAO TOOTTMOMa->o ' frr I/E ClOTi** OR* AJ'T OJOU* *-U*T DO V I HV '.fTTBjr, I .,. %  .-• %  ... %  votj ABB J THAT hoj 'not up I !*.•< j~nn % % %  • %  >>< %  •IMII'MWOIM B*SANATOtSE^' restores health, ymi h am! .il.'lit* km feeling that you're loo cak. il' an> Imincr kirnply meant ihat rou'we bem taking uw nuwh oui ol youmaf. Your body 11 ihon of to eicntial iircngihraiag teed*—photphorua and proicin. TIMUM ttrengthened To Rl v., right, you need %  court? of •Swuiogen* Nef>* loo. I ovj *la*attgag.' lOoibtiiM ihna iwo graal body-buiUm* loods pbuapbonii and pi mem ID ineir ofgarui. foim, ao Utai tbey arc guktjy abvuibcd into yotf lyMata. D.iy by day gloriom ne he-itih. yuuih and vitality flow Ihtouah your whole body — you/ auen.-ih and wit •confidence come back I Sun OB a ..>( of 'Sanatogen* luday. OH aatl* ol fowl .Armlet, and drturajMa vijtn Tf\ir rooo Mr. Factory Manager LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR REPAIR PROBLEMS. We can supply the following rx STOCK. BY ALEX RAY" ,%^AT V TW McrraLs... **'LL CMBCK TH NOWT /jo SEE t CES % -AS cEa'&'caej... \C.S8..."-£: MAWgX tC IMf.^ BOLTS at KUT8Iron at Bright Steel All nlie< BEARIKO (Plummer Block) — SKF BALL and Cast Iron Brain Buthcd BOLT TAPS at DIES— In Mta from \\" to V," ASBESTOS ROPE. TAPE and riBRE. etc. (TBE CLAY. BAFFLE BRICKS, etc. Remember: '/*• HtHlllOOS I Ol XMil Lid. HEADQUARTERS TOR Ali TACTORV AND PLANTATION SUVPLD38. 1* MC'L OB81WON9 ST*riN / FINE: F.kC! \\**T ,S NiS OKAS NUMMRT I'D L *J .'% %  ac K*C r s*.: c? L'*i TO MM SEB HWfVW •B-=! i LUCJJJE IS IM JB j HS ^i^^ L bar ttagUafM I-ASNTBwc .r^ i o r -a^^j^ J a^-B f EV. Jl FOQ TWO C AvS... <*V^ ^-*"^^ata1 i* 'KJtBKissVi alvflM Ma y % % %  OtSMCNC c* % %  1 ti^M .viT-n.T lta> -.; 1 — fafMBBEEJ 1-5 B'LL *#^M Wrriii w *w i 1 i IRSS r^nUfVWfir. ONE SOLID OF UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS wuson's UARGAI-NS L1KK THESE COME TO YOU BUT ONCE IN A LIFETIME THEY COME TO YOU THIS TIME, NOT TO STAY BUT TO LAST FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. WITH CUT PRICES LIKE THESE LASTING FOR MORE THAN ONE WEEK, SURELY WE'LL BE SOLD OUT YOl MAY BUY US OUT BUT WE GIVE YOU ONE WEEK IN WHICH TO DO SO. READ Tins, VISIT US AND COMPARE PRICES AND QUALITY. PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORr.S RIM UNA.!*. XHaUM UAKIWi picnj'E in rh'F BCNSUI JUHSLETMtU I0NODANCI, !£ klONM Mil


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II1II.W lll.lvT I i-i.-.n. BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'AC.E SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. VESTRY ion V\I.I: ron III M AUTOMOTIVE 3B2 lt>*rr< I)wl I -On CAR IMS OarrroW a* !" ni-\i.int rdwli'ion. Tjre* •' %  R H*n -ear 1* Brtlpiainr. Si. AI IAW. (11 I*.-!*. IM chn •>• %  Se-Un. BW aM %  %  %  1 t -On. SSI* a. u^/i B S A CAR MM at *>• '" %  •"'• :>: 1 I s -In HOUSES ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW Well %  ;.: m lumial Badrooau. and drawl %  facln* ELECTRICAL A1P COOLM* KrVRIiJEMATORB Knurl i.-i. Tom nom U> Dec IM FjlOj i.miilinl m ad sen lum* IFor particular* Dul PLAT h.d with modaen coaveeii. enraa Phone •> %  > *> • %  %  OTTOM AND TOI' F1>X)K ol <". %  fed RW HUp. Mf Appi' lot N W, am SO-Sn —7 TTOATOR M t H %  m VaMa, %  %  %  | i %  1 %  o * ElJXTHlf RaWIORRATOBB An%  I t. M %  U ih balla kru ,iln.i in opeiaDM %  OTIS Pa C. %  .>! i ..' '.•:.•• %  1 S JO ! %  VIKI* %  •> %  nm J F %  '• %  BATOR .... %  a* i %  : %  ... IB in a> ir..m pa.* 5 t calling on m* with % %  %  1. as well J. U. the Central Government '.Like tins opportunity In ...ii that I expi %  have ready for publication during the month of Juno a dul i.-ed Statement of Par chiat Accounts for the year l*49-50. in accordance with Section Si of the Vesti-ie*' Act. lull Iliftitultics •' letter in reply sUted 1 Mi Weathetlwad that the matter ol the Princess Alice Playing Field niftl been ducuned a nh mm (Mr Wealherhead), and that h. knew some of the difficulties. He would take the opportunity to mention that it was questionable whether it was his (Mr Pile'.. B to give a separate detailed tatement, inasmuch as that account would be incorporated In the accounts for the parish. He would however furnish what he %  Bd) % %  rand to fun 1 :' !iving the det.nl Whftl British Schoolboys Are Taught At. i ii! AUCTION UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I h.vc been FURNITURE .... Thuradaa io-n A^J looted Ii r.v I* will i lemufht Termi Cah D Arc>. %  (•II %  Koch ro. I be te-it.-l i RFAL ESTATE i BBiA'cHK si i i. i.i. Sea-de %  %  *• Mafcai ,,i...M, Baart L-m AIIPV oye*i ] %  •.. ,... MISCELLANEOUS HOOKVSacond Hand. i-Metis BMi I % %  Dial "1 ro LTD FOU S.U.E i|i wardrvba trunk* Trunk*. Vall.e. OWEN T AIJ.DEH U Dial 3*M rwoctt Damaircirl" True" Cat H Ja*on Jonea A Co Ud Molaar*. Tank Yatd al ba. of ITmpirr Theatre -.Ulna! "ill Ur ract-lvtd B i . %  %  %  %  Ytdaj nih A.irui it I OS I A (III Ml 1.IIT.IN S IILRNCM COTTE Is daflnilaly lha moat drtlrliHi* i-.nnad t %  -. II || ^1— •" BLACK J'I-AST1(* l**fTCET-IV'K HaiTi and Martlndali-' R-;.j rmdnpleaic ral.irn m to tl>* B>K """"" %  4.30 I,. Fre-h IrTT %  Aa*i>'UWT On* Oold BraeatM (MH Club •nlal .. _I HIrr ParadiaiRaarh \|. [ %  %  • Mo-on-i. | QUaTAWB Prle "a In I ,t Tin. Tins •ttth ^T DtWM •• %  I l GARAOE Ud MAHSM >IA!.l.'s A kW anrlii.piit h*ra> *sm Paf"'' 1 "' i Knitfhi Dnw : SHOITAKI. THKIT a*.**. ZZ :'*! Pindn plraae rC.im •!"* u> Qaulbourra* t"'". M.pp Hill. Bt. Mlrha.>l • -"DRV IB M n bti U i PflkDVI i %  OMN'II'FO A • tor achlna mid llr-d f*l. *• < KNIiniTI 1-ld • jtf|.!U*STONK. Coi.rrta fiione. Karl Blnek-Siona smubia lor aawlna Johnaon BUbita A Garana i.id. PHI BW ' W-an. BLVBI nUQMI SET farms. Brooch. Plnar-rlr, I n-l Why pay m-'a alaewhrr*Onif Store, Cnlartdar SttfTl SWEDWAKE TirKET i -. %  f WANTCI> HELP A YOUNG LADY lo* >ui omra wllh kmwimaj* ol Bok-a'pi" n-*n tinnrniarvi Slai.otyplrt prrfambty. Witts fill particular, of uuailftralawa. rapabllitlM and ap*rWne* If any" W Iinj. A BON. P.O. Boa in. YARD ROY APPtV I Hindu 1 s n MISCELLANEOUS Juit arrived NobleA lloare lacquer pcinta In aaveral coloura. including mrfiCf-r. primer, putly. compound, and thfhnrra. Enquire Auto Tyre Company. T'Bialsnr Street Ph-in^ BBS 3HW TFN Owlnc to Currer-cv Control wa ara no allowed to Import any mow Ant Tap allhouah out of Hock, but B* -till hav a cuppiv of "Ant Butlona*' which wt £el ..( the •oune of the Peat troubtn Price 1 per pk(e of • ObtalnntoUi I KNIGHT'S LTD HW J ITHI.U NaVnCBS NOTICE IS lfEltEBY GtVKN i nernardmruinrr l-r CBrriOUa 0 Rastttoa. Upper Ua*httr...t UM %  Vklntown, Barbados. alnBIe woman. I %  .. Ihr Oo'rrr-.r lO rat Inti. and Uial fen* pecaon who know -i.. on WBf fiatumlliaUOn ahouli DM bo franlod •hould Mod n writtn %  r.l iirned tatrmatit ol tha lacta to U Colonial Saerrtarv of Barbadoa. Publl Bulldlnirv Bridjetowi. Dated thli l-l das of Aufuit ltfl. COTTIJ CATPORD A Co. Solicitor, for Ml Be—i.rdloe Bdmea If furriwa. £20 MONTHLY No *perlt Uomlnlon* for pen Mail only tako fewa da 'On. Prc.,i*ct Houo*. 1 Lcih Lanei. Ciujlaict. NOTICE Notice .• hereby alven thai ijny B*Taoi> havlna any dabl or claim upon or %  tin-tins the rolate of Auhrev Newton Recce. late or IToul Hill. In the pariah of Saint Thorns, who died In thla laland on the Ilel d of Julv IBM intaetaia, ate hereby required Is am-1 In parllcuI-.-of Ihelr clalma duly aite-led to Ihc underaimed in earo ol Mtan. Hutfhlnaofi ft, B-nflel.l. Bollclt"r. James S'iel .lrideelown. on or before the IMh day of Septombar. IfeW afler which d-te I *hall piocenl tn difUilmle to* evart* of the estate •mam Iho partloa ,-r titled thereto h.. Ins reSatd to Ihe f'.i'M* and clalma only of writen I ha'i lien have had nollce and thai I *hall not bo llaMe lor ai-et* db diatrlbuled to an poiaon at whoa* dam or claim 1 (hall not have had nolle* at the I ol auch dlatrlbuUon And "II peratm. Indebted to the aald requretod 1 %  rt'le t riotot Baal lalav J Eatate of Aubrev TAND "PAINS Bd by • U'.'.er. should he n<.t be able to get the necessary infv .nation for bis satisfaction. Mr Pile then promised to get UM Statement of Parochial Act'.in the necessary lime, and in furnish any further on r*qulr*d that it was within his power to furnish. Mr \V. %  %  %  ptBtlR, f,,. %  : %  %  thai in bad baaa BBBWI tbOUl the inoposc to SB} thwi srhat thon quBBtlooi (!. %  WOtlld in due eOUISB | fumish them to UM W M> I l> Mottlt) -aid that he %  member of the Playing \ itimlUeo ii % %  %  habit to Barm on a con %  yaa' man and knov nothlnti ;il->tit what was happening, but M bad happanad to ba ill m the Noi BTU lor Brtl He I.ad heard Air W.,.lhii.i.ii.i utBi I.'' iiad heard %  • read M Pilr's Kport Wh.it he \vas going what in* alwayi thought was the fair thing to 00 OM of partof UM I bal ba rarnambarad being taught to randei avO '" -vn The ex-Chm ehwanieii. Mr Tudor, was not present at the and there was no ona who could throw uny light on Ih. matter except the cx-t hurehlle thought that Mr. Gale and Iff Wealherhead were right to linitu the matter up. bacntsM eertaln -. tieat at tbi Pri and Public had taken up the question, and more especially liecau.se the t I.A.i Linent MM asking for an audited Statement. One could Mil] main an audited Siaw-inent if one had facta. He would suggest that they .should not discuss the m.i'.ir BD] further Uat day but th.d lhe> should call a special public meeting of Ihc Vestry and Invite Mr. Tudor and Mr. PQa to attend Theie might be certain tilings on which light could be thrown They should not discuss it behind Mr Tudor, back. That was his attitude, mild Mr. Molt Ivy. and it was unlike the altitude which had been adopted toward, him when lie had been 111 on one occasion. Mr Miller said he did not wiint to criticise anyone or do anyone i. HIT lie associated himself with the remarks made by Mr Gale I'himoney that had been provided for the Princess Alice Playing from the Labour Fund, and bad handed over to the Vestry by the Government for administration rhaj ware thaiacora wholly re%  ponalbla for that money. Knew NuthiiiK lltoo was a member of the Playing r'ield* Committee, and lie knew nolhing al all about the speiiuing of the money making that statement because) many taxpayers and other people nad been lo him They lelt that : %  bed always represented principles, but that himouth a) Freea Bage 4 under-lying it, is taken to be a lace ol everyday life, v hich is not open to queavioii .T.d certainly is not a cause 01 surprise. It is only on such term%  ..• |ha Mi nish Empire %  M (l placa left for it in the pOaaUcal itnicAira al the twenti-ih Kntury The desnabilitv of this state of p must be emphasised ol institutional framework must be created lo bring the peoples together and promote an understanding between them The British Council and the colonial u' have important part* lo ptaj in this respect, and foim the most promising lines of adthe moment On the BUC* h axpai inients. the pos%  i promoting ndarly coramtUrUotwl advances depend. It is therefore strongly to be hoped thoaa ho attempt to rzned bv him %  'PP 1 "-"" "? colonies in the way gneu oy nmi i*...u- ,i,,„. i( .ri wit GOVERNMENT NOTICES Atlti. I which \v Hi ba | lal GBB-tte of ThursdaLtM. Bl retail itllini! | COLUMN ONE AKTUT.K MM rwo iNot more than> lli Merchantable Pitch P.!i.(Basle Siaa) f29oo par l.ooo board feet trd Ausaat, iso Attention is drawn to the Control Ol 1'iaes (OafaneaJ lAniendt.ent) ouier. ISM. No ^b arhteh BrIU ba pyMtBhad in thi Oafntel al Thursday 3rd Augu*. 150. 2 Under this Ordei the maxinunn tetail BaUlng price Bl 1'Blt* imported Canadian Large Grade "A") is as follows :— i-'itr all II Itiiv slim-s — White shoes, to pass muster in lompaiit. mu*l be spotless, immaculate Use £lt Propcrt's White Kenosalo or Propert t Shuwhilc N| surer way of making sun (hat white shoes arc while AKTICLE KETA 11. PHU E .Not more than) EGGS -Imported Canadian Large Grade "A" 10c. each r II or i. it i s Stan HI n mrr. RKXOVATOR In Carfaaj ail* Spomg* rd August. i;>50 Vacant Post huh the situation demands, will meet With a warm lespoiue fiom them If this tr.kes place theni> .-on for despondency about the future. if Graduate Assistant Master Boys' Secon lary School. %  %  i ill.i I very well however, to fl .7J8 x $96 — $2,160 plus a tei i t iurary cost of living bonus at | approved rates (al present 10'.* ) QuaUnCUeni and evi-rien..will b' taken into eonsideratlon in termimng point m Ikcale. Passages on first appointnn al 'be officer appoint.•). as *all those of his family, net MCiadlna. IUe pBT B Oni In ill, will be 1 vlded. Applications, giving full data Lfl ol qualifications and expeiien.e panied by two recent testn mials, should be Bddfl Mi .-.til .(in iiada Ho. S.. not later than 11th August, I9SH The successful appl llth September. 1950. It : keep the object of equal polit status before us In governing the colonies, but the transition from Crown Colony rule to tesponsible government should not be made itKi quickly. Dominion status should not be allowed to become .\ hich is won, or a prire reluctantly surrendered to those who have been successful In a struggle, it should be Willingly offered at the end of a period in which the people concerned have been educated to receive it. Finally, it should be brought to the minds of the colonial peoples, that first and foremost, they as rising races have duties and obligations to themselves, to the Empire and to the world. The> are faced with an opportunity to build sound community life on foundations already laid la tharo. So much depends on them realising this opportunity that they deserve every encouragement If, on the oth.i hand, they provi t.-nt to Bottla down and lake things M tnaj .ne. then there can be little hope for the future. The fa. that many of thi kicking against the pricks should he regarded as grounds for tious optimism. The very aggressiveness of West Indians. Malays, West Africans snd Cypnots, must be accepted as the rise of young and vital peoples. We must not however, underestimate the seriousness of the unrest they may cause, for very real and thorny problems are so raised: but is evident that the future lies only in the consideration of these problems; if we neglect to consider them, the future is obscured in doubt. Applications arc laWfABa i QraduatO Assistant Master at the Grenada Boj s I School The post is iH'iis. ..!..! .i 'i. FLY TO NEW YORK LARGEST, FASTEST; MOST LUXURIOUS COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT .WORLD! the ioouffl (DECKED) CUPPER' -Churchbe his. May mean kidnmy trouble A I at Ban al tl* kidneys is to c!iM.ii.iHiMrmfnl impurities (torn ilic >i.lcn.. If the kidneys grow • rs'inipiintiesatcumulate and settle and often become a cait-.c of pain in joints and muscles. The wi / to tackle the liou'jle is to help the kidneys. They should be toned up with D'Witt's Pills the medicine Skids speria'ljr (or this purpose. DW-.lt %  Plus have a soothing, cleansing and anuseptic action OB ft that brings ihcni back to prrfotm their natural V function piopcilr. This welltried medicine is sold all orer A the world and we bare many I letters lin.n sufferers telling I ol relief gained, after years ^ of suHeruig, by taking De Witt's Pills. Try them your trouble. Co to chemist sad get a supply NOTICE All persons running I engaged in selling, or running games at the Garrison Savannah on August 7th. 10th and 12th days above E C JONES. Eagle Club. Broad Straet OUR GUARANTEE De Witts Pii' aianiiia.turtdin kl .tidilybygl. conditions \n& the ingredient* conform to ngid standards ol purity. DE WITTS PILLS lor Kidney and Bidder '.„ .r ibscd because the happened to hand He was not accusing the aChurchwarden or anyone el: Playing field Committee had d two meetings and both ad been abortive because UM 8B> buichwardan had not attended Neither had he attended the n..<*liB| of the Vestry that dayHe agreed with the made by Mr. MottIcy that thi matter should not be discussed A-nind the cx-Churchwurdr back. He wanted the public to be nalutled in mind as to wlMMsM UM oonay had been properly spent ,i not. He hoped that the special .mblie meeting would DO called as possible. Mr. Graniiuin supported the UaVHtlon for the special meeting I it WOUU 'ai ili'ate matters il a Ibt of the unoarUflad rouchara was praparad bafora Oia meeting was summoned. They might li*' making a mountain out if a mole till! Mr Mottley said they wanted 11 thivouchers, those certified %  :'.i!led as well. Mr Wealherhead said that all documents relative to the matter would he got. Mr Chase suggested that a list i nest ions they wanted to tsfc Mr. Tudor should ba Bent to him before the meeting, so that I have time to prepare repl' Harbour Log In Carliile Bay |pja> n..rdn Brhooner Adalm. Lmnder. Sch Belqaoeti; S I Cranaman; Beh Turtle Dovo; Brh 1. Bunii-la, Brra Kouurne. M V Ban w..l. Sch PTinceaa Loulw phlBp II nM.,i, sch L*dti .n Q..II E BmiUi. 8rh Mai ewl. Sch Starlon Belle Wolfe I'Ortae. Bth Burma II M V Oder. Brh Mnllv N Jonea. I...... H.-.,r.-tla. M V Jenklm ARRIVAIJI Sch 'W-; ..i. M lor Lin*, from t Vincent. "a iiert A BBDC la lion SB Cl-ilt anuui. MB V T oncu. from Bl l.ueia >%  ,%  A r„ I.UI IHJ-AKTCKIa* M V T II Radar, US On.' inhibntd. tar *H I.n.la. A—nti inera' Awidatu,i BM B y. Tannls Ships In Touch With Barbadoa Coastal Station CABI* and WirrU fdiiae ihal %  'can with (he folio* ln# ihlpa firough thai I -rlxdoi Coast SUUOB: H Ji.lnl.nrr. B B Cavli HorsnssrWrni B.B. Thaii Ot Mhlll; 8 B A Kobe*. S l.dy Nelvm. B S FOrt Amharat. B % S Oranleat-d. ASge-nUna. 8 H ,.!,. \ 1. Rnu S S il: n 8 Ban Wlllndo S B Mar IB] B S IJnaru.. S S ATKobac Herdlla. S B Ranrlllki. Roaario MAIL NOTICE l.wlv Nrbon will b. beiatal Po.l ***tl. real arid ReaTlMere-l Maila ORIENTAL I rtaioH. ivoar. IMK %  Jl-Ullil hA"AII. TAP %  rsTBirs. i.i "Vi snu. TOPS > VALUES OUR PRICES DEFY COMPETITION Ym kVothnlit .tint .V ##/• Ki*€tntt 0nmt and #*rt--#4'COT HI i %  — I'KOVIHION GROCERY aV ^ I UM UK I OKI \ r %  I W Cut Gouda Ch-e-e t JVanuls Choh-asailed Plari .. nfnokad Karrlnr* it P-u. Choice aahed Bar* I NOTICE "< ALLlNG ALL RAF. PI KsnwEi." There will be a meeting of I the Barbados Branch of the Association on Saturday 5th August, 1950 BriUan Coon U "Wata 1 pm. ase m Or It. Mc tb GIBBS' i.mii KIlUviN RIM Trr il i b tea i aaa WMB1VCME8 llll IIMIIM I >IIMMIII 'I (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. Proprietors! Corner of Broad and Tudor SlreeU I'RINTS W AMIABLE Beautiful Deilrna 4te.. 57e. and B5e. per vd IMIMKHTIC lit. per vd CALICO 36 In. W1DK InaurpaMcd In L)aalll> Only 49r. per yd. GINOHAMK In lovely Cherka Z In. Wide waahahle Only 47.. per yd. IIF.AVY QI-ALITV LOVI I.Y POPLIN ;>. In. wide In Pink, Blur. Grey and White lie. per yd. l.OVFLY QUALITY PaUNOB f.F.ORCKTTh Tr. per yd. SOFT QUALITY UltEPF OF CHINK 3 In. from II.H up MVFN.K FOR I VIFORM* In attractive .had !" Uti In. wide 75e. per yd. RROCAI1FS SPINS. MI\Mlr> NATIN. TAFFETAR UREPES all redored CRFTTONt.H & BEDTIUKS also redurrd In i<. %  I'l.ASIK RAIN COATS In Pink. Blue and t.reen For Ladles fjUM each I.Alllls JI.RSFY PYJAMAS In VajrlagBI Shade IMS per pair LADIES VI SIS Z for $!.• I. AIMIs I'Will' !"• %  rarh Pl.AsMt IIEM'TIES >Be. LAROC PLABTIO TAHLE CLOfll 4H in. i 45 In >l Mb rarh I llll Ii'R VESTS :tr. each PLASTIC PANTIES 36e. OP PEARL NECKLACES MSB UP .. BARKINGS Sl.0> pair BED SPREADS LOVELY QUALITY. SinihS4.50. I>ot.lr rMMlll QUALITY BKAHSIERS SATIN FINISH II I? per pair < IIII.DREN Rl BBI.R SANDLES In all alrem S0r. per pair up IIANKII s IIMMY ONES ll 00pt*i>rtunitu. ////#'///rVW*MV.W-W.V/ '•'''-'-'



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fridnj. \ %  u I I. lit .to BmrbaJws Aduncate Vn r,i U.S. TROOPS CHE^CK RED ADVANCE £3,400 Million For British Re-arming In Next 3 Years LONDON. AUK. 3. IJKITAt.N tii-iiigjit announced the V.XIii.(MMMMl Kearn .< MM Programme l> hr efferiive ver I he next ihiro |WI| partly conditional on ihr receipt of more dollar u d. The .I'ini nncement cume in the form of %  memorandum sent yesterday to Waohinjjloii and now released. BgCtJagJ mil llrilain's Defence Programme in an rnisurr in the American rennet for infurmr.tion. The new programme will Iftcreasa taw, proportion of national iiuiime -.pent o i detente lr.nu eigall 'o It-n i gg rent. Tin memorandum ndd "How fai ll will i>. m tibia i towards tha now upper limii will depend on tha lad Slab .'. lance forthcomii BrKabr% defet >• MOJBJO HD ' nonosn u added li I month %  down of Britain** wry, but tha [plain %  %  • %  .i economic i iblJ %  1 mmunl 1 i The Memorandum Pi.iKr.iininc will oatail the BrttMh peo| le olii America •->••' d a AMI AMI \ A 1VIMI IF9F VO COLONIAL ARMY? IM ••"• " GtN, AUK %  Itlfl ItAtlv IVlMKIHPll 1 M.P the %  %  rottad for > I Ihr Ko%  til an thai ul %  I I ...... irnnp' only. i ti MM %  '. rl %  huhi China or K-i> .. .v % %  • ii ioa for rleft'i i %  rases %  i Much of aaj • i aouH bi irasshina i %  ..-. %  li k >ut ti>Ui %  ..i.i -.o % %  ii-i'...ii %  The new Phaggai %  rimoat to %  • Mr:iWiim:ili. ..id it is Jury To Visit "/'loafing Corpse"" Murder Scene PORT-OF-SPAIN. Aug. 3. A Jury empanelled for the lloai : H corpse" murder trial i going to visit the water front, teana of the aliened killing of Phi I ben Peyson of which Boyala Blnah and tout other men are accused. This was the Decision %  cached by the Trial Judge attar Hupert ,-M 'nt-r.iri. Singh*) defence counsel, -uggested that the Jury carry out the experiment, hoping to prove oca uaad In the alleged murder could not have come ashore a* claimed by the prosecution on the night of the incident. April 14. if the fide was low. Acting Chief Justice Vincent Brown refused a plea to stage a demonstration, but acceded to the request io visit :he leeae In quo after a brcere lierwemi th.Itonch ..nd Bar The visit is planned foi aflat tion's caso. The hearing is MUD Can Pre*-. the largest Piogr-imn %  '.:. %  . ol laoour reqinH The Memorandun nlttatlve in Making for information about Programme It recalled thai i*Otea an bebsg i'1-iiviried in Korea and % %  %  %  %  1 calling i.p Ann> and Navy reaarvarti About 1.000,000 men had received icanpulsiirv i:nlit..: June 1MB. Ke*.crve* There wai tlicrefore a Nlb> itantlve and %  teodlty I r young trajra i power in adatUon 10 the regular Army reserve and over I.IKIO.OOU older men who training m the bisl wai The Government therefore %  ad thai aba most urgent Ira lease the production ol the new Hefi Government expertpototed out in-day that one effect of the greatly incraasad spendum will tto bring] the countrj bach tarti in recent month* were being gradually relieved. The steel used for tanks will not therefor? be nvatlahl. f motor car industry; working on such good* as vacuum cleanerwill be switched to electrical equipment for armed forces The proportion of additional amounts hemr tpent tfl i iik-i\ io be .J rTo.ii expei I and udU l(. .il.i Forty Miles From Pusan Lii::; that %  bip; battle was I :n preparation %  troop* 1 I 1 I %  i %  %  %  %  1 Falling Hack Achesoiia Jolwson Will Not Resign S4VS TKUMAN v. 1SHINOTON lug 3 %  n i.mi-*..' Defend ttould raalgri bei menu leading to tha Kor ii.iKI'n %  The Piendent said at bla thai :'" two Sacratai lei and Dean Acheviu i!oing in reslgji a* lot was President of th. I States The ueustion arose at eentarenea tron allagaUoni in Congress that the Stat> i. .HI and the Defence I t had shown thems< prepared, either diplomats *n> u Irtarily .' i ttia outhreali ol I Korean erai One Congreeaman had that th.v ahouM telv Foreign Muiislers Asscmhh Will Meet Next Monday : i i Foreign Ministers of th CouncQ ol Europ* met in the Town Hall, this iymbolic building •' Euro] this avenina to Inaugurate (he gacotaj \i the Cotmcil's Consultative Aohoinblv op of 13 full members of the Council M i the bulldiru] as Fbrolgn Mlnigtan oi thaii d< Ulto the coutiyiird watched by a small crow.:. On Monaay, arhen the Corunilutiva A ine < %  : VSS i*afgrggeiBgtivga>ggBgri ):> nal n \< U potwlathM of about SOO.iiOO.one. session, two more flagg will They are UM Bags of tha Weitlplan for o Cierman Federal Repnblir and the output • vhad to join Uv '. an as associate members it will i the German flag has been hoisted m Prance end of the oacuparloi Porelgn Ministers present this Included Ernai b> (Britain) who drove up to the Town Hall with Ufa arlfl; Rohe-t Schuman (Frar mio the courtyard smiling at all around him. and Count Carlos Itab > Uvalj Sernv Their *ion* expected to lat unii U| Fleer the \.*ay foi lively series of debates in the Con• bl> hailed b) European Union enthusl %  ginning ol ment Scan Ma. Bride Rorc.gn Mineter for Bre was prertdlng in toi Number one on the agenda> 1 %  Schuman Monkey Chase BV At Turner's Hall IDS, U e only Darl .i Barbado "•here the only osigunal i ii sovarits] ol tha latand still i th the bhistllruj ol blrdg satd tha noin %  i the [ggjtli %  %  wrndfl %  iiioiiKh ua 4fi gcraj ol trees whan %  %  < %  ve-sterdav tnorning. Hul nn 1 ilv .. floras barking ol I,... koga ehanarvd hhi peace and he VS. TROOPS %  %  Under Study %  %  ing formal d %  lafhMu imdei Tha Prestdsnl said shal UM %  .repr ental Us % %  %  %  %  %  further snpolntrneni .. i %  fi | Of ':' personal i-eji %  • %  it. Mi My LIONI % %  III % %  plan. Bev. Hearing to the i In the A''. .i : Air View* Mtalstan had hefore them th< %  %  %  I bly s K atv ' commendation it thinks fit %  %  %  %  .. %  %  he the hlghlir %  %  % on pace loribcrn %  KoRBA. Aug. 3 American tinopv lew ui> %  ..retreai Nakntong rivei %  %  20 mil. %  capital la'.ti. Norther nen h no means in hoi pui hia croaaed br l daja fl %  ..., %  %  GJ Ua Korean ('" %  %  In UV I — ItClllri II loud barking m gufsaasaa i %  i %  %  n I SI %  %  %  mauled onr interesting sight was f> iNorlh KorranB lake 1,200 IVisCMHTS LONDON \ Ko Oaesaianlau Ha i %  %  %  i %  %  ud '" i %  m gun ... I aptun 'i ''"MM day a %  %  I K Hun I. 10 I .... 1 %  %  1 % %  I 1 %  (hough I i more mei b %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  vhen tbi %  Real %  %  i effort %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 noil %  1 i iciary In TO Day* %  I h North K" fi %  %  %  %  i : %  %  %  || ... 1 Kori Uv % %  %  ontlnur %  | —Bruin ..... I. -unikey leaptiuf liom Ul I iree with .< ^ uog one llngl irelv t.> he Dutch St ren gt hen Defence Force* -.ICtil ,IM.i. "Jungle (;b*r Defends Her Marriage SINGAPORE Aug 3 A 14-yasn -"i'" Du ad in t I %  day-Old mmriagr to B bCgla) a hoot (> %  .. %  %  Berth HcrhMjh herielf Nadia %  ; %  %  • I onlj four %  %  I :F | Who bar' hpeeel re%  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  . The Herogha -Can Press m HAGUI ; T.ll llfW'l%  i drawn up 1 II rum nt % % %  Tahe ful i %  U.S. Mows LtmkSubtiety -SAYS NEHRU NEW I <> IMl, i %  ... %  %  %  i % %  %  %  ll. i railed in %  i Pro-Leopoldislfl ThroM I^g^^ And Tonialors al Minislrrs %  %  %  I %  : Leo] Rugflia Boycott ( .V M;iil < omiiiill' *' light Ketil %  Security Council Will First Discuss Korean Aggression lg 3 in* aw United Nal kseurU ....... %  itim! Yugoslavia abstnlnlng n |i %  %  %  1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  rig %  %  %  : | nit reoreset.Ution and S#COIK; %  .: iflict After Mi adoption of th*prod damnwranglini; %  %  abstain jectad |0 %  %  On UM Rti %  %  %  China* I ..b^leiitK... %  I hrulet I %  %  I %  II %  Reuppe Prisoner* lynched



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HAKRADOft ADV0CATK FRIDAY, AIT.L'ST 4, 1KB. QaUinq For International Meet K M FATHER. MOTHER AND SON He Bx.ellc.my the Qovernor aak*H hand* with bin BOD Denu -oo n afirr he Arrived at Saawell on Wed route from England. Mr-. Savage "railing happily fii th %  iMday afternoon looka on. A uuviNa )un in tin AuKUfi racas Bran M Mi (..:.',' I b9 11 W I l lo ipand a month's hoUdaj in n.in UM Taylors' in Swell H Lawrence Their two Diana and Bl Fletcher's mother Mr* C Paul k, accompanied them. B.C. 'Racing Commentator A MONG tinpassantan irrivu from ii ; noon by U.W.I.A. WCTC III Bfl Mrs. Lloyd Luikhoo and Uwii son Edward. Mi LucfchOO whi la a Barrister -i Law Ln Qaorfs town, is njjio u kato i B G.'s radio coniment.ilm foi i races. They expect to Dt la ('.. bail*is for .iboul tan da at the Hotel Royal. T iir. Junior .riijurnoi Dramatic iti pn an i -"pleinbei Hlh at 111 Hall. The pi.. Rj Foul Into Seven Wont Go,' b.> Vj Gielglld and Stephen KlH| iiii Bun OoM Down,' i Itsgsgrald. An aucUUon "ill be I'cld shortly to select th" players. Senior A r 1 EJt reading no less thun Biteao plays, the BartMMlo Club, (Senior Division), lied that "Blithe Spirit, 1 -'in draw lull houses in earl; i > i This is a Noel Cowai Family Reunion C om lo spend UM long holl dayi witb nun i.. Men Mi and Mra. Hugh K n who wad Uien daufhtei Kathleti arrived Innn 11.G. yestcui.i. I B.W.I A. Their two the l.odgc School. Mi. Kuig who u with tm .->.ll rjraenheart Lumber Co., lo B i; ki HI ix monthi houdaj after ipt naing the mmmai days they are going up At Seawell to meet her brother I IT ILK MAKCAHET BOURNE. 0 M.Ijust arrived (mm England with her parents Mr and Ml L, Bourne, was with %  In u .,t Scuwell vestenl.iv tbrotnaj Patar. *u arrivad from It ti by B w I A ..I school in BO. and i .i coma nvei to spend the long holidays with his parents who am here until UM gad of Septemhei Here for a month M RS EDWARD WHICH! .in n-.i from B-G afternoon i>> H w.i A. to spen < and •> months holiday at Globes' hui, Beach, st Jamas Hat children I .nxl her. Tliey weic i N I \HNC.M left yi for B.C. by B.W I m the forthcomint Inter,n ii I Cycle Meeting, whlel s in BG. to-morrow. Comig against representative Venezuela. Trinidad, b G Panama, he is the lone ridci He Will I ning in six days' time. n ii now training to Ix< %  MM with Cable A Wlftli Staying at Rockier iss JOAN MAGGS u f Port •la avrlrad h i i -.relay by B W.I A I i weeks' holiday wilh Mr and Mrs S E White Roekhn Left yesterday A PRS .i long hohd..with her parents Mr am Mra T E M K. %  "Rowans", St George, M Phillips and her two daughter returned lo H <; vesterdav lifter %  BOOn hj B W I.A. On arrival .. Ath UOfl Field, she will then traval ovag to Berbice where he husband is stationed at ltuti Batata Will represent Windward Islands M R. and MRS SWITHIN SCHOUTEN and their daughu i grrlrad from st Lucia terday by B W.I.A. and expect ti l>e here for one month layll 4Indnimer Guest House. Worth' Mr Schouten is Agi-e.iltm.d S .|H iintenitent, St Lucia aiel %  ,MII l)r representing the Windwani Islands at the Working Commute, of the Oils and Tats Conferem ho are holding a meeting her which begins on August 10th After short holiday M ISS ELAINE EVANS with Booker Bros in B i. turned to Georgetown yesteni.i. by b W.I A after a short holl •lay in Barbados, staying with Mi ud Mrs. L Hasset I B.H.S. Supporters! M ISS MARGARET HUDSON PHILIPS and Miss Dorotti* 1 .;>.f• >• >k. two Bishop A:istc> Hi, Bchool supporters arrived fron Trinidad yesterday morning i> v It.W.I.A to give their team son, verbal" support from the tout' linea. They are among sever youns] Trinidadian girls who hav i-oine up in the past few days t> (* %  with the team during the i tour. To day lo Monday 5 & 8 30 P m HO \l floMrintfi mtxwt a toi W_ , ^^CUMMINGS'j CTAR rucn ItO.W THEATRE TO-BAY 1.45 and CantlnMlng Pa |.Picluies present :— A, ^CaFTAW CAREY U.S.A.' mi IIKNDIII.X IJov '' '" Air|nrt by Mr and Mi .scv.L.i yearn age Mi Km,. l-'""l Olton. a sister of Mr. Hoy MalOMQ ol Har husband, who was in BuiBarUido*. and Mr Cyril Malonej hados %  couple of months ago on who is Manager of the Cable A holiday is with Bookers In B G Wireless Branch in St. KJtls. "d was formerly Manager of Boofears Drug Store branch here A .nOSSWORD t lampls A is used k letter*, n: an sii hints. saf CBYPTOqi OTt^-Here's lio to tvork it: AXYDLBAAX tf LONUFELLO On* letter simply stands for another In for the three L's. X for the two O's, Me trophies, the length and formation of thi Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram i-itt. hr dull" off wuh une Q'. 'Sr • n.'Vbri r r. I "T — Msi E ^ t— Ll_! *tr. i Wnai in* pilot doe* at teciuired tielglit. tS, }i a ium uini augiv %  ..j. V. Ivan* currency, iili in ordinal copy. (Si U. Tree. 14 mm way COM under, i.u 15 l-repoalllon (2) ie. Scrap If ilcnuf ot plant* (SI T2 P.>reri ISI J* The oadu and end* itfi ih u -.1 n.niiei algu. i:t 6) BsjSfl I. Ulc*. %  %  Circua attracUon. II 5. N. African ua*. (6| it. rir-i oi *mali thirie. IBI li Manv Join tnrru. in li. Uland in in* 'alecl ifti IS. I'oaiuooa. (3< ao CouWunptuou* abbretimiob l an liiUabllant. ,3i U. i HKIIU. (> J9 M i,i'i.:. peak, isi Aoiuixin M i*ira. -i ... 1. firufiina, ;. Law. D c'.n,. A. E laTsBtt. ia.TT,'. "* aSV.,i; .. %  ; Oaniaa. i>. voiuau'. ~; HfiiMM n.-i. h-. .. d*H br*.a S, Mi li if., fiS, a=a*. .S i.i\nnii; no\ii iiiniuiiiiiNHiUK COVER YOUR FLOOR WITH SILVER STAR C0NG0LEUM Square*: 9 ft. x 7J (L—< ft x 9 it n ft. x 10| ft—9 ft. x 12 ft. Continuous Rolls U7 In. .16 in. 72 in. Wide Cut to Order. Many attractivr dMlgni to r.plcct from Easy to instal Easier to keep clean. BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVF rOTTON FAfTDP" LTD HARDWARE DEPARTMENT DIAL 2039 r FREE YOURSELF from the BONDS OF CONSTIPATION wilh MORSES Puruhsis I |Mil< ,nir Low Death Rate UlNDDN. Auguot 3 WASHINGTOK, Aug 3. *.< lb i i t.mtilo DM Unitfljd Britain' daath rala in iflis. n %  IIII 'i I • verj was the large port that radio plays A| .|. W 7 f. recorded, the Regis. *ive>. the jingle has changed. Dick General's Statistical Review Boflay. one of the comedians of • i' howed on Thursday. Cancer ac-! he BIH's popular Variety pro"^-.ke It From Here. In fourteen hundred and ninetytwo Columbus sailed the ocean hluc Wherever one WOlt rhlldrcn •ould bo heard chanting it. it was itsed on every possible i-ccaslon and in every possible game Now. however, with the uwr<*arinjb ge part that radi~ ~' I HOI AH ROOT PILLS • TftUITEO REMEDY j rot OVTR SI VEUS BEWARE OF WORMS! So fa i,'in? ii Krutrr KtS nt of deaths -ramine. AOI WOMAN HATER' i D SWIM JgAMIfl D* C .. I ... i tfe in I, Li-.il InlriikJillol 'RANGE I BATI aitAV MORNING ii' II a'alaeh RENEGADES" VAKEIV nt'II TA.VI.OK t.Ali; l"% (The Garden) ST. JAMES WO NKW i'. iiKu HADiu TBDULL Double' •• >IKI Oil V TIME rSSSOm ... i %  %  %  I : lORStS g Tl ,-• I -MITH A. .KUAN i iioi.T m in* aacasi WMTSOBH -VI.\(.i:OA %  *v•* •*#• ,-, .-•,'-.>'---*#*-'-*'***'**.***.'*----'---* GLOBE OPBNINa I t"\V AT 5 S.S The Ptetnn thai Vou've Breamed abaut She wos many things to many menA CWntSBOffOUGM PiCIUAE RtN ISWS> Us TOUR EXTRA DISHES TONITE Ml STAR TALENT SHOW Ms. i oil 11 \ 8HB1 •' Ut| —"Those Foolish Thing'-" Mr ItDV P\KKls —"No Orchids For Milady" Hstr. l.isi.f. MIWITII -Again" Mi MHil BAIXI -"Bless This House" Mi IIAUI KIM. -"Golden Earrings Mr M\\ \lt I III K —"Love Walked In' r AW IBT MR. HT/ HAREWOOD (La^t month'i All Star Winner) MAM i MONIES—Mauricsi Jones PLUS PAH WCATaUl MENDS (hilarious Shorts) BJUTXSH MOVIE TCNE NEWSREEL i M\ I R8AL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL AMI FOR AN APERTIF 4 CARTONS OK HENIEKEN'S BEER to be given away FREE TONITE .U DOES lor To-nlgStta Tali D< Ihi sr—Mra. 1. H. L W.rd. Mrs. A l It! w.ilo-.t. Mr Maurice Ga:, and Mr MatlricS Jones I'llltls f„r i..-nl(hl\ Sin Sh.r:—I2e.. 24e.. llaase IS. Bakom title.. Bases 7te. •n Matinee ONLY—Pit Balcony 20: Boxes 51. YOUR BEST REFRIGERATOR 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 Call early at THE CORNER STORE ^'-VC'.',',-,',^',',',*.*,*^', I! v. SaMM* •----,'. :vsr.v.w.::::w.:::-s.:-AS. ::::• %  • %  • % 


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, August 04, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
lccn - sn 88063345
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: UF00098964:02250
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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BmrbaJws
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U.S. TROOPS che^ck red advance
3,400 Million For
British Re-arming
In Next 3 Years
LONDON. Auk. 3.
IJKITAt.N tii-iiigjit announced the V.XIii.(MMMMl Kearn .<
MM Programme l> hr efferiive ver I he next ihiro
|WI| partly conditional on ihr receipt of more dollar u d.
The .I'ini nncement cume in the form of . memorandum
sent yesterday to Waohinjjloii and now released. BgCtJagJ
mil llrilain's Defence Programme in an rnisurr in the
American rennet for infurmr.tion.
The new programme will Iftcreasa taw, proportion of
national iiuiime -.pent o i detente lr.nu eigall 'o It-n i gg
rent.
Tin memorandum ndd "How fai ll will i>. m tibia
i towards tha now upper limii will depend on tha
' lad Slab .'. lance forthcomii
BrKabr% defet >
MOJBJO HD ..........' '
nonosn u added li I month

down of Britain**
wry, but tha
[plain
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economic i iblJ '
1 mmunl 1
i The Memorandum
. Pi.iKr.iininc will oatail
the BrttMh peo| le
olii America ->' d a
AMI AMI \ A 1VIMI
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COLONIAL
ARMY?
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Vast Disparity
If Britain h to maka up the
...
and forces and her own
II eannal tic done men I
I tha Hegui..
' 'ping conscripts In
' .ni.i.',' .......,lodi nf aervfo
Other 'ounces must be sought
1 'Why ,* there till no mention K
garni Colonial irmy ash
Mr. Gatnmam. There ....
oral potential divisions of nrs;
class fighting men in the Colonial
Lmpire wilung and nhl.
* i tha standards of m
freeoora ara much their
heritage as ours "
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No llMllflOtlon of ttu
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Much of aaj
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li k>ut ti>- Ui
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The new Phaggai
rimoat to
Mr:iWiim:ili. ..id it is
Jury To Visit
"/'loafing Corpse""
Murder Scene
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Aug. 3.
A Jury empanelled for the
lloai : h corpse" murder
trial i going to visit the water -
front, teana of the aliened kill-
ing of Phi I ben Peyson of which
Boyala Blnah and tout other men
are accused.
This was the Decision cached
by the Trial Judge attar Hupert
,-m 'nt-r.iri. Singh*) defence counsel,
-uggested that the Jury carry out
the experiment, hoping to prove
oca uaad In the alleged
murder could not have come
ashore a* claimed by the prosecu-
tion on the night of the incident.
April 14. if the fide was low.
Acting Chief Justice Vincent
Brown refused a plea to stage a
demonstration, but acceded to the
request io visit :he leeae In quo
after a brcere lierwemi th.- Itonch
..nd Bar
The visit is planned foi aflat
tion's caso.
The hearing is MUD
Can Pre*-.
the largest Piogr-imn
'.:..
.
ol laoour reqin- H
The Memorandun
nlttatlve in Making for
information about
Programme
It recalled thai i*Otea an
bebsg i'1-iiviried in Korea and
' ' ..... --------1 calling
i.p Ann> and Navy reaarvarti
About 1.000,000 men had received
icanpulsiirv i:nlit..:
June 1MB.
Ke*.crve*
There wai tlicrefore a Nlb>
itantlve and teodlty I
r young trajra i
power in adatUon 10 the regular
Army reserve and over i.ikiO.oou
older men who
training m the bisl wai
The Government therefore
ad thai aba most urgent
Ira lease the production
ol the new Hefi
Government expert- pototed
out in-day that one effect of the
greatly incraasad spendum will
t- to bring] the countrj bach
tarti
in recent month* were being
gradually relieved.
The steel used for tanks will
not therefor? be nvatlahl. f
motor car industry; working on
such good* as vacuum cleaner-
will be switched to electrical
equipment for armed forces
The proportion of additional
amounts hemr tpent tfl i .
iik-i\ io be .j rTo.ii expei I .
and udU
l(. .il.i
Forty Miles
From Pusan
Lii WOl KlLARTNE'.'
With American Forces In K0It.uA \
\ NORTH KOREAN drive on the southern i
was halted lodity about Ifl
vital supply port of Fn
American troops of the 24th Division lighting with
tank support on an arc about 12 miles westward
around Hasan on the southern coastal road were
confident that Communlal forces won:
iiiuch closer to the p< rfe '>::; that bip; battle was
I :n preparation

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Jolwson Will
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n i.mi- -*..' Defend
ttould raalgri bei
menu leading to tha Kor
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ii.iK- I'n -
The Piendent said at bla
thai :'"
two Sacratai lei
and Dean Acheviu
i!oing in reslgji a* lot
was President of th. I
States
The ueustion arose at
eentarenea tron allagaUoni in
Congress that the Stat>
i..hi and the Defence I
t had shown thems<
prepared, either diplomats *n> u
Irtarily .' i ttia outhreali ol I
Korean erai
One Congreeaman had
that th.v ahouM
telv
Foreign Muiislers Asscmhh
Will Meet Next Monday
: i i .
Foreign Ministers of th CouncQ ol Europ*
met in the Town Hall, this iymbolic building ' Euro] .
this avenina to Inaugurate (he gacotaj \i
the Cotmcil's Consultative Aohoinblv op
of 13 full members of the Council M i
the bulldiru] as Fbrolgn Mlnigtan oi thaii d<
Ulto the coutiyiird watched by a small crow.:.
On Monaay, arhen the Corunilutiva a
ine <: VSS i*afgrggeiBgtivga>ggBgri ):> nal n \< U
potwlathM of about SOO.iiOO.one.
session, two more flagg will
They are Um Bags of tha Weitlplan for o
Cierman Federal Repnblir and the output
vhad to join Uv '. an
as associate members it will
i the German flag has
been hoisted m Prance
end of the oacuparloi
Porelgn Ministers present this
Included Ernai b>
(Britain) who drove up to the
Town Hall with Ufa arlfl; Rohe-t
Schuman (Frar
mio the courtyard smiling at all
around him. and Count Carlos
Itab >
Uvalj Sernv
Their *ion* expected to
lat unii U| Fleer the
\.*ay foi
lively series of debates in the Con-
bl> hailed b)
European Union enthusl
.
ginning ol
ment
Scan Ma. Bride Rorc.gn Mine-
ter for Bre was prertdlng in to-
i
Number one
on the agenda>
1 Schuman
Monkey Chase
BV
At Turner's Hall
IDS, U e only Darl .i Barbado
"here the only osigunal i ii sovarits] ol tha latand still
. i th the bhistllruj ol blrdg satd tha noin
i the [ggjtli ..... wrndfl iiioiiKh ua 4fi gcraj ol trees whan
< ve-sterdav tnorning. Hul nn1
ilv .. floras barking ol
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lafhMu
imdei
Tha Prestdsnl said shal Um
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further snpolntrneni
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personal i-eji
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plan. Bev.
Hearing to the i
In the A''. .- i :
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KoRBA. Aug. 3
American tinopv lew ui>
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HAKRADOft ADV0CATK
FRIDAY, AIT.L'ST 4, 1KB.
QaUinq
For International Meet
K
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FATHER. MOTHER AND SON He Bx.ellc.my the Qovernor aak*H
hand* with bin bod Denu -oo n afirr he Arrived at Saawell on Wed
route from England. Mr-. Savage "railing happily
fii th
iMday afternoon
looka on.
AuuviNa )un in tin
AuKUfi racas Bran M
Mi (..:.',' .
! I
b9 11 W I l lo ipand a month's
hoUdaj in n.in
Um Taylors' in Swell H
Lawrence Their two
Diana and Bl
Fletcher's mother Mr* C Paul k,
accompanied them.
B.C. 'Racing Commentator
AMONG tin- passantan irrivu
from ii ;
noon by U.W.I.A. WCTC III Bfl
Mrs. Lloyd Luikhoo and Uwii
son Edward. Mi LucfchOO whi
la a Barrister -i Law Ln Qaorfs
town, is njjio u kato i
B G.'s radio coniment.ilm foi i
races. They expect to Dt la ('.. .
bail*is for .iboul tan da
at the Hotel Royal.
Tiir.
Junior
.rii- jurnoi Dramatic
iti pn an i
-"pleinbei Hlh at
111 Hall. The pi.. Rj
Foul Into Seven Wont Go,' b.>
Vj Gielglld and Stephen KlH|
iiii Bun OoM Down,'
i Itsgsgrald. An aucUUon
"ill be I'cld shortly to select th"
players.
Senior
Ar 1 EJt reading no less thun
Biteao plays, the BartMMlo
Club, (Senior Division),
lied that "Blithe Spirit,1
-'in draw lull houses in earl;
i > i This is a Noel Cowai
Family Reunion
Com lo spend UM long holl
dayi witb nun i..
Men Mi and Mra. Hugh k n
who wad Uien daufhtei Kathleti
arrived Innn 11.G. yestcui.i. I .
B.W.I A. Their two
the l.odgc School.
Mi. Kuig who u with tm .->.ll
rjraenheart Lumber Co., lo B i;
ki hi ix monthi houdaj
after ipt naing the mmmai
days they are going up
At Seawell to meet
her brother
I IT ILK MAKCAHET BOURNE.
0 m.i- just arrived (mm
England with her parents Mr and
Ml L, Bourne, was with
In u .,t Scuwell vestenl.iv t-
brotnaj Patar. *u
arrivad from It ti by B w I a
..I school in BO. and
i .i coma nvei to spend the long
holidays with his parents who am
here until UM gad of Septemhei
Here for a month
MRS EDWARD WHICH!
.in n-.i from B-G
afternoon i>> h w.i a. to spen <
and > months holiday at Globes'
hui, Beach, st Jamas Hat children
I .nxl her. Tliey weic
i N I \HNC.M left yi
for B.C. by B.W I
m the forthcomint Inter-
,n ii I Cycle Meeting, whlel
s in BG. to-morrow. Com-
ig against representative
Venezuela. Trinidad, b G
Panama, he is the lone ridci
He Will I
ning in six days' time.
n ii now training to Ix- <
MM with Cable A Wlftli
Staying at Rockier
iss JOAN maggs uf Port
la avrlrad h
i i -.relay by B W.I A I
i weeks' holiday wilh
Mr and Mrs S E White ,
Roekhn
Left yesterday
APRS .i long hohd..-
with her parents Mr am
Mra T E M K.
"Rowans", St George, M
Phillips and her two daughter
returned lo H <; vesterdav lifter
BOOn hj B W I.A. On arrival ..
Ath UOfl Field, she will then
traval ovag to Berbice where he
husband is stationed at ltuti
Batata
Will represent Windward
Islands
MR. and MRS SWITHIN
SCHOUTEN and their daugh-
u i grrlrad from st Lucia
terday by B W.I.A. and expect
ti l>e here for one month layll
4- Indnimer Guest House. Worth'
Mr Schouten is Agi-e.iltm.d
S .|h iintenitent, St Lucia aiel
,mII l)r representing the Windwani
Islands at the Working Commute,
of the Oils and Tats Conferem
ho are holding a meeting her
which begins on August 10th
After short holiday
MISS ELAINE EVANS
with Booker Bros in B '
i. turned to Georgetown yesteni.i.
by b W.I A after a short holl
lay in Barbados, staying with Mi
. ud Mrs. L Hasset I
B.H.S. Supporters!
MISS MARGARET HUDSON
PHILIPS and Miss Dorotti*
1 .;>.f > >k. two Bishop A:istc> Hi,
Bchool supporters arrived fron
Trinidad yesterday morning i>v
It.W.I.A to give their team son,
verbal" support from the tout'
linea. They are among sever
youns] Trinidadian girls who hav
i-oine up in the past few days t>
(* with the team during the i
tour.
To day lo Monday 5 & 8 30 P m
HO \l
floMrintfi mtxwt a toiW_ ,-----------
^^CUMMINGS- 'j
CTar
rucn
ItO.W THEATRE
TO-BAY 1.45 and CantlnMlng
Pa |.- Picluies present :
A,^CaFTAW CAREY U.S.A.'
mi
IIKNDIII.X I-
Jov ii abort
"BIG
SISTER BLUES"
oi.VMPU TafEATSn
ffO-DAT 1 11 i:siiAV l.no p.m. t 8.15 p.m.
ia llir; Double ____.
"SONG OF INDIA"
i: aajl Turhan bey Anthony caiu'SO
Aminli. OYNF
AND
"TOKYO JOE
i BOG ART.
IIAVAKAWA.
Ah
KNftX
MAHI.Y
r for young children to
learn a jingle than a date, and
LUCKIEST OIRL IN KEW YORK Lucky girl "the iuckicM In New teacher* have long IwUsed thll
fork' she *ay. n ) | taut to 0*car Hammer.teln II. one of the most popular of these
wo roars ago. InMead he got a noall per migles among school-children in
eatt P.-rific". It has made more money on Broad* Iritain ha* always h*en
EMPIRE
entail* of tlir
and Continuing al
NIGHT 8.39 daUy
ay than |
u aprasi
On holiday from Grenada
MISS PATRICIA DANIEL.
Miss Dorothy Wilson .mi
.1, Vcriuiicit Weichweg aii.ve,
from Grenada on Wednesday la
ipend two weeks' holiday in Bar-
bados, staying at the Cosmopoli-
tan Guest House. Miss Daniel
l-i n Sliter at the Colony Hospital
hi St (in i^e- (ircnad.i ;uiil M
Wilson and Miss Weichweg
nurse at the same hospital
Kitl.*. where they usen" la > '' ,'" Air|nrt by Mr and Mi
.scv.L.i yearn age Mi Km,. l-'""l Olton.
a sister of Mr. Hoy MalOMQ ol Har husband, who was in Bui-
BarUido*. and Mr Cyril Malonej hados couple of months ago on
who is Manager of the Cable A holiday is with Bookers In B G
Wireless Branch in St. KJtls. "d was formerly Manager of
Boofears Drug Store branch here
A.nOSSWORDt
lampls a is used
k letter*, n:
. an sii hints.
saf CBYPTOqi OTt^-Here's lio to tvork it:
AXYDLBAAX
tf LONUFELLO
On* letter simply stands for another In
for the three L's. X for the two O's, Me
trophies, the length and formation of thi
Each day the code letters are different.
A Cryptogram i YMX LDRP KDX RMI'Z D X L Z D W
KYMTY KAJX KMLY EDCMQ TYDJUI
WESr^ESTPX LS ESXZX CEDZO
1 QrmtaSjMttl I keel my rBBBLE HANDS UN-
CLASP. AND SINK DISCOURAGED INTu NIUHTLONG-
FELLOW.'
Rupert ffru? the Hack-room Boifc-13
P5
oil biJi.ch ti'ti btaneh. lhu wemi
ro rlmc..ri|if the plini and rt gro
"O reare. to iht iIk floor Umdi **n
be patb^t BptK*. "ThvMbavea
nspafi
hn wmih nn mill || lo
ni ii ban. -o Hi uh* ihu
lo ihr I' i.'. bin '
And. piairagan h >-itt. hr dull"
off wuh une q'. 'Sr n.'V- bri r r.
I "T - Ms- i
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*tr.
i Wnai in* pilot doe* at
teciuired tielglit. tS, }i
a i- um uini augiv ..j.
V. Ivan* currency, iili
in ordinal copy. (Si U. Tree.
14 mm way com under, i.u
15 l-repoalllon (2) ie. Scrap
If ilcnuf ot plant* (SI
T2 P.>reri isi
J* The oadu and end* itfi
ih u -.1 n.niiei algu. i:t 6)
BsjSfl
I. Ulc*.
* Circua attracUon. ii
5. N. African ua*. (6|
it. rir-i oi *mali thirie. iBi
li Manv Join tnrru. in
li. Uland in in* 'alecl ifti .
IS. I'oaiuooa. (3<
ao CouWunptuou* abbretimiob l
an liiUabllant. ,3i
U. i hkiiu. (>
J9 m i,i'i.:. peak, isi
Aoiuixin m i*ira. -i ... .
1. firufiina, ;. Law. D c'.n,.
a.e. laTsBtt. ia.TT,'. "* aSV.,- i;
.. ; Oaniaa. i>. voiuau'.
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UlNDDN. Auguot 3
WASHINGTOK, Aug 3.
*.< lb i i t.mtilo
Dm Unitfljd Britain' daath rala in iflis. n
iiii 'i I verj ...... was the large port that radio plays
A|.|. W7 f. recorded, the Regis- *ive>. the jingle has changed. Dick
General's Statistical Review Boflay. one of the comedians of
i' howed on Thursday. Cancer ac-! he BIH's popular Variety pro-
"^-.ke It From Here.
In fourteen hundred and ninety-
two
Columbus sailed the ocean hluc
Wherever one WOlt rhlldrcn
ould bo heard chanting it. it was
itsed on every possible i-ccaslon .
and in every possible game Now.
however, with the uwr<*arinjb ,
ge part that radi~ ~'
I HOI AH
ROOT
PILLS
TftUITEO REMEDY j
rot OVTR SI VEUS
BEWARE of worms!
So fa
i,'in? ii
Krutrr KtS
nt of deaths -ramine.
AOI
WOMAN HATER'
i D SWIM JgAMIfl D* C
.. I ... i tfe in .
I, Li-.il InlriikJillol
'RANGE
I BATI aitAV MORNING
ii' ii a'alaeh
RENEGADES"
VAKEIV nt'II TA.VI.OK
t.Ali; l"% (The Garden) ST. JAMES
WO NKW i'. iiKu HADiu TBDULL Double'
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.KUAN
i iioi.T m in* aacasi WMTSObH
-VI.\(.i:OA Pl.A/.A Fri., Sat., Sun, 5 & 830 p.m.
Fwxy
VIRGINIA
ZACHARY
MAYO
SCOTT
MALONE
M INBA*
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"... XII IS1IAV .1 and S.SS B.m
nrntiii "oapvagN siuus
apparentW superseded Colum-
'ius in the children's estimation. A
listener has written to the BBC's
(iffldal magazine. the "Radio
Tiroes to say that in the play-
ground he heard the following:
In 1942. in IW2.
Bent lev sailed a canoe
He struck a rock, the clumsy
clot.
That was a good one. was It not?
The writer suggests that per-
haps the children feel that 1
Hentlev is as ancient as the rhyme
muIe eomnwnly used!
r.vr ii' \ i ill i
Mickey's cat climbed up a tree.
Which tros sixty feef and Ih
Kyi-ry day slic cHmbed elexen.
" -|. riiyfu jlu- oSflM down
fell 'rie. if Shd did nol drop.
It'hrn her poics teowkl Imich fh.
Top?
aim ur*s p'aiMin .*np *u_i iuoiiiiioh
I oiiiin. I'winter
See if you can read this rapidly
iloud Without error:
icidsf the mills and roldesi
frosts.
With bared wrtstl and stouten
DOAftti
Hr rhrusii his fisfs aaafniT ine
posts
And still insists he sees the
ohosrs.
LASTING A SIM I I
FISH could be spelled phoncti-
cally ghoti That is. gh as in
rough, o as In women, tl as In
nation.
With that as a clue, can you say
what well-known English ex-
pression of six letters could be
lielled loetjephfheaH?
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Mi IIAUI KIM. -"Golden Earrings
Mr M\\ \lt I III K "Love Walked In'
r AW IBT MR. HT/ HAREWOOD
(La^t month'i All Star Winner)
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lUOlAV, MOIST 4, 1J50.
BARBADOS ADVOCATK
t u.i i an -
Three Men Lift
The Brick
I rum History
Hut It* A Very Slow Job
Germans Will
.Relieve U. S. Forr*>
\
end*, o .11 O t*e*l and
lovely wall!
Mutsummnr Night'* Dreasn
Two >ears' work on a *W wall
will liaish al in* end of this year
The wall, built ol
Hi,it. Ken.isri rag and Chilrnark
, mm white and clean. a*
if it hat been built yesterday,
northwards from the soot-black-
ened Wakeneld Tower, built In
the Tower of London in 1221.
Yet it ti one of tho most ancient
pj,;- ol the Towfr, London
workmen built i| 700 years ago
Ancient Rampart
Its four-foot Uuckneas i* pierced
b) .iglM arrvvi 'tit'*, where
medieval bowmen, cruuehin.
under the strong round archer
w| i.li alUl curve proudly OWl
Slid i.mi arrows on their
eh. lines when it formed the west
Mir Inner Baile> uf the
I
i Mil j bomb fell in the great
City raid* of December 194"
nobody knew that the wall
existed. The bomb demolished
an ugly Victorian barrack of red
bri k and -stone, known a* the
Mai.-i Guard.
Before the war. soldiers of the
regiment guarding the Tower
drank tea. played darts inside
Tourists hurried past on their
from the Bloody Tower
Without a gUi- l
Bui beside* destroying the
Main Guard, the bomb tore
i irl of the brick facing from
.. wall which had been inenr-
p -lated in the fabric.
Expert! of the Ministry' t
Woik- recognised the inner wall
as being part of the ancient ram-
part which stood there in the
I.. o| King Henry III. And
thev put ihelr expert masons on
the job.
Few Yards l>ft
Three of these men. specialists
n Hi* craft of "ancient monu
iti a pointing." have been at
than I i' termttlenlly,
tna hVf had to attend in niher
wen) for Ihe past two
p;ilr.vtakingly picking oft
( 11. i ian crusi of ugly brick
odern (tone, to renal tin'
i I. old wall beneath.
Now. oul. ihe leal few yards
which r. main to Ih> treated
Mill support a cats cradle of
tubular c.iiTt.ldiiiK When that
i ! | ii. tl" full extent of
the Old mil will !*> revealed.
Man in tharge of the work on
the wall i- the 65-year-old fore
man who for 3S years has looked
after London's ancient monu-
ments. One of his greatest task;
th* Houm' of Commons.
II showed mr how the wall
hn<< been "consolidated" by th
old method 1 grouting by pour-
ute in the mortar, instead of by
Ihe pn nun process.
No I mil -I mm i
"We new i odd, never take
way, nevei v any tricks of
'w,. simplv
remove .ill the extraneous stun*
and leave ihe old building as it
Is if .. piece of stone has fallen.
: .re it But we would
rather leave a gap than put bark
some imitation of the real thing."
Th" top of the exposed wall
has been treated with a special
preparation lo prevent weeds
sprouting on It.
13 Arrested
tn Peace Rally
LONDON. Au^. 3
A Pore.git Otflcc spokesman
aid lu-da> that Americans were
iiTtuiig a small force ol German.*
.ill. i trie- t.. release United State*
( i normal duties
lie .aid there were 10.000
Police in the Western Zones of
Germany, Th*** were
with revolvers and came under
control of the local government*.
In addition to this there wars
me Germans and displaced
persons in three Zones used (or
guarding food, supplies and
military dumps. This force was
called the Civil Mixed Watch-
a's Corps and came under
the control of Allied Authorities
The American decision was to
arm these watchmen with rifles.
The spokesman said he could not
State whether similar action was
be taken in the British Zone
There were 10.000 displaced
persons m the Watchmen'* Corps
i. Um British Zone Renter
THE COLONIAL
PRESS
Mm-
The New totittr rS0"*1
Oil Supplies
Their Millionth
Bag Of Sugar
'Quakf In Mexico
l Mulrol in Johnson
m
U.S. Did Not Need
To Bribe France
Says N.Y. Times
NEW YORK, Aug 3.
The United States did not need
o bribe Franco to become it*
ll> the New York Times said
to-day in an editorial commenting
the Senate's grant of a $100,-
000.00U loan to Spain
The Senate is going against an
almost universal condemnation
f Franco's regime throughout
NEW YORK. August 3. .P'
Two thousand Lefl Wing peace je<1 '
marchers banned from staging a
rally In Union Square battled 1,000
police late on Wednesday in Bat*
swinging brawls that led to 13
arrests. Demonstrators waited
until the homegoing rush hour to
make their defiant move. "We
/want peace Open up the Square."
The marchers chanted as they
formed ranks. Union Square 1)
miles south of Time* Square, is
the traditional scene of New-
York soapbox oratory When
mounted police bore down on the
demonstrations thev shouted "cos-
sack". <).
/..Mowing letter
I Ihe fines was published
on luly 31.
sl(. I .- m, ..:., .. ,. .
in the recent debate at it.. In,
p. Hal PrtM Conference OH the
- --. lebortl minings of the colonial Prcsv
w,incl tepee ally so of the West
African Prtss With no flrsi-
hamt knowledge ol the West
African Piexi, I am unable to
Ihe i hirgn ->f Ihe Com-
but, so far
as the West Indian Press Is
concerned. I ma* say that luke-
warm Liberal sm Is the nearest
approach to Ounmunisin In 99
St eta! of the Caribbean Press
well-informed Pres? and at-
tractively preNnted news sheets
can < nl> be allained when well-
trained siaff and adequate finan-
cial becking are bolstered up by
,i ,ii -in on the pegi of the ciov-
ernment'. ol tbg eorlOW colonies
to Help Ihe I'liss At the present
0OM if IhiM is available
In the Colonial Pr OS, There |v .,
K.den opportuntt) now to en-
courage alh'a very neiessary ads la good jour-
1 i
There i* an ingrained belief In]
this countrv thai journalism
i.iun.it be inught successfully in
academ i and practical man-
ner al n university And while
full) agree thai there Is no
guarantee that the product of a
journalistic school will be a tai-
nted and facile writer, yet he
will al least avoid the pitfalls of
mliatcd, and will have
learned to sift and select news
and to present it attractively He
sn hn\e learned that the
duly of the Press i* to uphold
principles, and not to launch per-
sonal attacks on individuals. May
J suggest thai as the colonial
Press has no provincial Press from
whom it can attract experienced
journalists an experiment in
teaching Journalism at an ac-
credited university might solve
many of the problems which
seem to be giving so many mem-
bers of Parliament food lor
thought Whv not begin In West
Africa? Why nol institute chairs
of iournabsm in the three nev
universities there with Pst
graduate scholarships to Great
Britain? I am confident thai
British newspapers would be only
too willing to help the colonies
to giving the post graduate*
every facility to gain practical
experience iu all branches
journalism and newspaper p
iluction.
If there arc still uny who doub-
the wisdom of providing unlver
sitv courses In Journalism, and or
giving journalism the status of r
profession. then they wll. ta
convinced if they look no farthe
lhan the United States 1 n
..rely trust il will be realized
that there Is no necessity
appoint Royal Commlsaion V>
CAIRO. Aug 3, (examine the workings
'Id. IndapandOrrl Newspupcr El colonial Press and
'thrum to-day quoted Egyptian
Foreign Ollice Officials as spying
thai ihe United Stntes was to ask
!ni Bacurlty Council to establish
a Committee from member slates
lo take up potts in various coun-
tries and report on any threatened
aggression
The Council would assess coun-
tries concerned in order to facili-
tate the worn of the Committee
The paper added Egypt had ap-
proved the American plan for
these "watob dogs" lo be placed
in 'European and other countries
which might he threatened with
invasion b\ Communist Russia."
EgvpU.in political observers. F.l
Ahran. said, believe that Turkey.
Greece and Yugoslavia will ap-
f UM (.Ian which Is expect-
n.hide Persia
Reuter.
the Democratic
la red.
"Reasons give
that Franco is
and that it has
value from the
point.
'Spain alway
world"
t -re primarily
Anti-CouimuniM
great strategic
milinry view-
arouses strong
emotions but it should be ad-
sable to consider the issue
Imly. If our military leaders
say Spain is necessary to a proper
defence structure one musl accept
their judgment
"However il should be obvious
we do not need lo bribe Franco
to become our ally. He has no
choice in Uie possible warnot
nan neutralityfor ihis time
instead of having j friendly
Hitler, he would have Stalm to
contend with
"Il U hard to believe lhar the
American people want to aao
Franco saved by Amrncan help
Than *tiii time to defeat Um
measure and we sincerely hope
it will be defeated."Rculrr
Egypt Approves
"Watt* Dog" Plan
of Ihp
mlic
momniViulaUans lo rcmody it,
ilk. Th.- dioinosis > Miami "<
ihp rcmeuie, ar* simpl*
Your, fnlthfully.
C. A 1. OAU.
Tho Weil IndUn Club.
4 Whitehall Court.
S W.T.____________
15 Fears' Service
Not Enough For
Maximum Salary
Miller asking
Slow I> but surel>. Uh' new
South m overcoming two of H
greatest problems po*<
ignorance.
The two go hand in hand
Poverty has bred ignorance
Ignorance in turn has brad preju-
dice, conflict and other evils bur'
.ii-iung ihe South.
On this point Ralph McOill
hard-hiumg. Uberal Ed.tor of thai
Atlanta Constitution, mi>s. {
"In Its most poverty-stricken
counties one finds the most hide-
bound political thinking, the most
corrupt county government and
justice, the most friction and
race violence, and much of the
drag on the South'* general pro-
gress."
Cointideni with its economle
development, the South hi making
impress.vc gains In educating Its
people But here, as in oth*
fields, II still lags behind tin- ret
tf the naUoa. It is making pro
gr.-s. but still h.i- a long way t
go.
In liMl. fur example, of some
X.U.UUO draft registrants who
could nol sign Ihelr names, nine
out of ten were Southerners. And
of the nine illiterate South-
erners were negroes
The 1W0 census showed, more-
over, that nearly six out of every
100 Southerners had never gone
to school, compared to three, or
J| per cent, for the rest of the
U S. Eighteen out of every 100
dults in Ihe South had droppe,"
opt of school before reaching th
Fifth Grade, .compared *"h less
than seven (6 9 par cent.) for
the rest of the nation
The tecord showed that only
one of ten adult* in the South had
.mpJeted hlfch school, whereas
Ihe rest of the nation 15.3 per
til had high school education.
Prodded by court decisions and
by their own consciences. South-
erners today are striving man-
fully to improve education facili-
ties (or the big negro population.
the same, time raising th'1
tandardi for the whites as well
School budget* aro being
creased throughout the South
and ihe region, through industry
and agriculture, enjoys a largei
measure of prosperity.
In Georgia, for instance
appropriations increased
$14.4 million In 1938 t-
mtlhon In 1950.
In higher education ihe South
is engaged in a unique and suc-
cessful experimenta programmi
of regional education
Under thla syatam, started b)
ihe Governors of the vanou'
Southern Slates in 1947. the -du
catlonnl resourcea of the State:
il pooled Funds are udminti
tered by a board of control to
Southern ItCgional Education
Fourteen states signed a com
p**l lo share In higher educa
tionol facilities on a contract
basis, and in which both white
and negroes benefit.
Cutting through mountains
red lope and without precedi
10 guide them, the Southern Oc-
ernors made the Regional Coun
ell bl-radal in membership with
one negro serving on the lioard
from each participating state
The Regional Council
headquarters in Atlanta. 07'*"
that the South's greatest high'-
education needs, to meet tl
demands of an expanding- Indus
try and livestock productI--
in medicine, veterinary 1
nd dentistt;
bom Matai bad w
Some lacked fa.ii
. COM
IL.
Mgan wurMng out arrangemei
mil colleges and knsU ill
.ite area watch .ou.d m.i, I
uatning
Coder contract the
hjcugh: etlucalion from
lution Then* esoixacti
mat the stale pay ihe UttUtutioo
..500 a year per itudcnt f 1
medical and dental training,
}1 000 a year per tfUdanl Eoi
(ratartaaaT] tiammg. The studtn
pays no out-of-state fee*
Thus for a few thousand dol
in- a year a state gets access lo 1
school which would coat S3
million 01 $4 million lo bull i
The institution gets the add.1101 ...
IDeaaW The student 0ttl
leaded tralnkifl which otlMca
mNld have been unav-il..i-
. p.ii in .j.iting siatis for tl
tuennium 11949 511 Investxi
US million hi Ihe icgional pr--
gramme. Last fall 388 students. >f
whom 181 were negro. W>n ei-
rulled in participating insiitutioi'*
The Hoard of Control, estab-
lished last year, administers the
lUBjdg from the participating
si 0*. ard mikM pay menu to the
iitftilulion.
The Control Board's director
Dr. John E. Ivey Jr brilliant
16-year-old professor from ih-
University of North Carolina.
The Regional programme l t
b. extended to the fields of
musing, forestry and s fan- studies- Later needs .n
ULn..i> irainlttg will he broiighl \*W*!'
1 the piogranime. The enlire '
il of gi.oln.ite riudj has hlgn
priority. .
Ucs al first viewe.1 ih
regional setup as a means of |k-i-
lUng segregation in educa-
tion The Hoard has refuted thti
IU chairman Millard Cald-
II. former Governor of Florida
points oul that the ques-
tion ol MgregatlOfl ll for the itate
decide, that the board is mere-
ly an Instrument Of Ul several north c,e.t .,f Seoul with
lite- BervlnjJ the region It can- Is connected bv rail. It:
1
i-ltei .
'.iu- -N tui Koraaru
rMuinkaUeti ire
1 UN .k 1 .

I'll lllMTS O'
ler constan



the millionth bag of s igsi. making | bar
1 the eason
ive lorarst
facti ,v u Vasi Indha
...1 '.riding
.-
\
.1

1* r
aunsraiion air t.n.ier consun,.
I oaTSTfirihe
uh. -c r >
school
from
$50 '
Of
witt
>i iba aw! s^ mathmi ui u
will en
mm tar ui jup^i^mg tbair -1
calumm artth oil can -i
:10m the following art .in
in the curnn
irsue ol PatnlowBi Press Seryne
To ugh DPMIW31 subject to tent
pOrai) ui!l ...11 1 or age, park
Hgui,.. or local transport, Soul
Con to the
. I H ll| ar as-
>ure, of -mine qu sUppUOl WhJtl
don for the North
Kan dj I . e w^ii uttog P
1011S1 lerabie nun anr of tai
dih.i.igh the dbrtanca
versed ha., not been gn.,*
not involved any wrtensive ^> ,
baiacti. -
bed tiie usa of at 41 w<
a/aj ft. cm 1.
motor fuel and lubricants ..re
. m ... ..1 j forces
l ha Dei buU ill be
mat of whatevei aircraft and
motor Iran U!nK
imployed
Indispensable Needs
Accunwlated siovk .....
ciutbled the North Korean t.i
louiiuue the momentum of then
surprise attack. Itut will they, a*
their comuiuiik'*lIons outliw .no-
lengthen, be >bU lo maintain oil
1 the indispensable
Is In the area* of southern
Korea they occupy, aiul sUll b-1
-bio to nutiniaiu cdlciciit aiuioured
forces when thej beeomv en-
gaged 111 tiie much heavier light-
ing that must soon develoj.*
iiin.- u 10 oil ranDumai
either in North nl Boytt) Karl
Itut each territory has a n-ilnery
The refinery in the north 1- -'
ilensen (adjacent to Woiisani on
at, and about lad Dfettni
huh ii
pai Itj
3
rope Pi.
>
.-uter
Mort- Cardinals
Not Submarines
CANBERRA. Ai.g
Nn\ Klnistag) J"*iah IranrU
OB Thursday emphatlcalb dented
reports that foreign submarines
had been sighted off ihe Aitia-
,|lian coast Tiie 'Ci.d-.ei, Sun pub
lished -tuch a leuort atlribu
lo official sources jd ?..
possible thai the Russian. The staten>>
Fraiwis said Nea Ouima
,jil> m Hi lwi* the>>
Ighii J #1 they thought
..S ' lovcstn
tloi.s Ihe rln
,-d


S<.m. 1.AL.1KS' PLASmC BAINCQA B I $3 po each.
MKJ:CKitl/.Kl> PRINT KU l.lNt.l.UIt: 'Jt'> ,., Yd
GARBADINr: In l.'mrrald Cirern. Pink Kee. Cold. I.lme t.rren
and While .. 81.30 per rd.
SHANTlNti In Blue. Rose, t'rrjm. I'fnk & (iold ' 11.16 per yd.
19.10 STVLKS I.AUIIS >IIOKS in While, ftlaek \ Brown Sued.
Prices ranging from HI 3fi lo $12.37 lu Heels.
Mu, DNKSSES. SI NslTT< XIIORTt X SLACKS Fir Ft-
BiioAiku \ y um s^ *>nm
. were
nedlcliv
nol have
sagngatlon,
utai
The Soulhein Hegional KdUCI
in-- plan already hat. ha.I
niiional impact. Othn ecttoni
facing similar pmbleuu. per
sli.lwng plans for davaloplni
sin ual programmes.
Th* Western Govern-i Can
faranea In 194U began cofeWoaawi
su. 11 : programme. Six new Kng
la id utes have already formed -
Pew England Educational Coun
Ur. Ivey and his slafl asso.i-
at. talk with enthusiasm at th>
l-i u's future In the South The>
feel that It la Just Iwgjnninv.
that Its potentialities for the
South's are almost limitless
Our Job." says Dr Ivey with
quiet deieinilnation. 'is lo bulM
an educational system wilhm till
Snut!i MH-ond to none
He said one of the biggest jot
between now and 1M3 will l>e n
stiile-bv-slate survey seeking an
answer to the questions, what
can Ihe Soulh be if we use the
human and material resources we
have? What educational m.ichln-
cry do we need to develop and
use these resources' IN S
H M
n.-.-V
lotion by Mr.
,at alt Parochial employees who
have been in the service for ^5
"more, and were not re
their maximum salar>
W. German Exports
Jump By 57ib
w.
Tickets For Church
VATICAN CITY, Aug. 3.
Lithuanian Catholics need a
Government ticket costing aboui
1.000 lire each time they go to
church, according to a Vatican
report published to-night.
Claiming that the Catholic pop-
ulation had been persecuted since
Lithuania with Latvia and Estonia
was incorporated in the Soviet
Union during the war the report
IIKted conditions on which Its re-
maining churches can function.
(1) A distance of at least 5 miles
must separate each two churches.
<2) Collections for church re-
poiri are prohibited.
(3) Speciul permission must be
obtained for singing hymns and
chants.
(4) Services may be held only
in the early morning.
Reuter.
FRANKFURT. Aug. 3,
vxporta during
U 1 half of ihis vear al
$778 400,000 were Sill above
those for the first half of 1849 the
Economic Co-operation Special
Mission to West Germany report-
i-.i to-daj.
This Improvement was largely
the result of increased trade with
Id areas, allowing for
that the
1 amount
raarg 0
ceiving tneu- nw 7------
huuld b r.Kl u, Ih. """'
K had ten done llh ottci
employees, was 1~'"S'"^i Ml
a brlel discussion at Ihe SI Mi-
chael Veslry yesterday
Some members felt
standing form of a certs
of Increment tor each .
til the maximum was reached
should stand and they should
make no hurried decision then_
Mr Miller said that he did not
think his motion was controver-
sial. The Vestry has created a
precedent by allowing employees
who had given 15 years' aervuje
to be put to their maximum, lie
was not putting forward any
-Reoler. ad given 15 years' acrvlce should
Czechs Will Still
Get Rubber
PRAGUE, Aug 3.
Czechoslovakia will continue to
get tin and rubber until ihe new
one-year trade agreement with
the Netherlands and the United
States of Indonesia, it was dis-
closed on Wednesday night.
IC P.)
their
uld be t.
New Oil Refinery
Often
it,-
will" i
LONDON
A further stage in the con-
struction of the new Middle Eas'.
Crude refinery at Slanlow.
Cheshire, has been reached with
the completion of the 341 fool
high concrete cooling towerth.'
l.irgest of Its kind in the world
.md the installation of three large
^.herlca) storage tanks.
These steel "ball" tanks, the
first to be erected in any United
Kingdom oil refinery, measure 35
feet in diameter and were de-
signed by a British linn (or the
storage under pi
one of the
.ilready flowing from this new
Shell refinery which came into
operation last November.
Some of the main units al th"
new Stanlow refinery" "* already
working the No 1 distillation
unit, now In continuous opera-
ijon at a capacity of 1,000.000
tons per annum, has been sup-
plemented recently by a large
reforming t-lant. No. 2 distillation
unit it well advanced and work
(as begun on the installation of
he catalytic cracking plant
What's on Today
Police Court* 10 ajn.
Court of Anneal and Pelly
Debt Court 10 a.m.
Mobile Cinema at Wiltshire
Ptuyfield. St. Philip p.m
Uie Governor
fltreet fpffef
Port Workers
On Strike
WELLINGTON. Aug. 3
All major New Zealand port*
came to a standstill on Thursday
branches of the Watered*
"*u.'c vi,^doeTs I Workers Union decided to stop
V?* ,PT^ work in sympathy with a wk-
"* long Auckland watersidor. dis-
pute over lea breaks IC P >
l ol butane **
Rr|M>rtrtfcLTnfoiin also "bo put "in that line. Such
was but equitable and just and
he was advocating nothing that
could meet
proval.
To do otherwise
create dissatisfaction.
The Hon. V. C, Gale said that
ihev should "lick to their sys-
tem of increments and should not
jump on any haphazard call, for
a maximum.
Salaries Committee
They used if have people ap-
pointed la Jeal with salaries and
after it happened that year al-
ter year after a revision had been
made, there was still a long lit
of applicants asking for increases.
the Vestry decided on a basis of
salaries and Increments.
If everytlme that someone pre-
sented a complaint, imaginary
or otherwise, they were to be
troubled in that way, the main
Idea that they had aimed at when
they decided on a basis would
have been useless They could
not be expected to give snap
votes for such a matter then He
was an older man than Mr. Mill-
er and he would counsel him to
go into it carefully as It pre-
sented a tremendous lot of diffi-
culties. The matter brought back
to one the old days and the way
in which people were sometimes
given jobs in the parochial ser-
KMotUey said that It Mr
rS statemenU had beer
correct he would have supports
them. b;it they were Incorrect
If he had coma there and had
asked for the ruling with regard
to people who had served for 20
years or more, he would have
supported him He would have
done thai because il would have
had to be done ^fier the church-
warden had brought some peo-
ple up to the maximum and had
created a precedent. Ho assured
Mr. Miller that if he came back
Bahamas
Legislature
Prorogued
NASSAU, Bahamas, Aug 2
Last night Governor Sir Georst'
Sandtord prorogued the !''
lure until November 17 It'
revealed that during the nrst sm
months ol this year, tho Bahamas
sold over $1,000,000 In exchange
with the United KJi|Bd"m
During till' same period last >eai
Key bought nearly $1.000.000 Ir-n
Ihe Pool The reversed position
was largely the result ". hvv
aummer tourist travel to Nassau
and Butlin's vacation village,
Grand Bahama.
Travel to Ihe colony thli.sun-
nier, May tn July lW2J5 g!
per cent, over same period Ia-t
'"The Governor also (oresh.--.l-
scd extensive agricultural en-
lanriM In the Bahama land"
wTth BritUh capital that .
reduce imports el foodstuffs
dollar areaa sum rnaKe
Bahamas a food-exporting
lev Cfi
from
th
LONDON STOCK
MARKET FIRM
LONDON. August 3
Despite aomj. hesitancy ..tend-
cd by overnight caution on o
Street most sections or the 1'
SUTstoSc Excl-^gc dispsyed
nVmness to-day Sentiment was
KSd h> the trend o. event.
In Korea and the build up
United Slates 'einiorcemonls_
Domestic stock recorded sma
widespread improvements but
the moat interest was in oversea-
Issues I- the foreign section.
German loans advanced on sprit--
latlve buying and switching o,
Interest to these brought (rat-
tlonal losses to Japanese loans.
Tin share prices were mnrkeu
higher on news of United King-
dom and United States talks on
tockplUng Rubber shares reflect-
ed an uptrend In the price ol
rubber. .
Despite some profit-taking, the
oil share market closed with the
majority of small improvements.
Renewrsl United States buying or
Kaffalr developers vi. Cape was
jeports-d The section closed very
firm with useful rise- in select-
ed bjeues
Renter.
Flashlight
For School
Inspector
iB.iu.dc,, Aeteastt Cxwpowl-nt
ST JOHNS,
Mr A C '- Palmer, Federal
Education Officer in the Leewsrd
Islands for the past six year* ha*
)u1 completed Inspection visits to
St Kilts. Nevis and Angullla He
left Antiiiuu o" Wednesday roi
Grenada vin Hnrbadus lu take up
his appointment as Education OfTl-
t and senior Inspector of Schools
that Island
UnriiiK Mr. Palmer's stay in An-
liaua fourteen new schools have
been built -II of which provide for
tual subjei-ts in the senior
department. Mr, Palmer has seen
to H that Ihe standard in second-
er* schools has been raised from
St of School C iMcafi "' >".<
ir Ccrtlflcstte.
In 11146 the National Milk bev
crage scheme, and reinforced
veast biscuits were introduced in-<
'schools in Antigua, Montserrat.
Ntvls and Anguilla Most of the
schools are in areas which
never served with school''
baftre. Ji$d some are alread>
hmvlng signs of being ovaieTDWd-
Uodoubtedly, we Laawordi
ire passing through a phase of
-ducatiuiuil raform. Mr. I*a\mer
me here and found conditions at
lock bottom and has laid a sound
oundation for the future of tl:
land* the results of which c
lot be seen for years
policy for or iigainst before the second Worlrl War
he says, but BUiil ..... IMJWO low in 1 t*a u *.
with differing poll- dejenbad as worn out and obso-
lete 1 .- I i-
nut been lelubllll.itisl lb- Lit ill -
age has piobubly i-cen
raaant eommunaava from Tokya
M.itinr that .....linei h.. i-ifii
boinbutl by the Amwn.ni- n
doubt rafartad to fhll plant The
niiiiiiv 111 South Korea
Ulsan on the east coasl abn
i.ule-. north east of Ptisan
main US Mipplv porl M th'
oullt,
This rerlnery wag In '.....nt Ol
erection when Japan turrVMltftd
and in ma laai Boatharn Koraoi
bud el I im d( "-'an million Wor
(Wlrii W.in Vi%) was allocate,
tnietl oal work on ltd)
pianl 111 plsinneii capadt) foi
U.MJ w.is lOUIMMi ton ... ill
full rapacity >f ztn.'wi ioj
,. ... !.,.( ,1 ,. in wll ii 'i would
I i .i-U-quate for IUp]
whole of auUiern Kmi-.
in |ielroleum product*
Kelined ON
There art two m.tin source> Iron.
which Northern Koican rotces
may now get oil MIlDCM**- *W
nearer Is Kanchurll where. In Uv
district of FUV>u"' bolh oil-fiuin
,-oal and shah- oil pre produced
and ihe Utiar refined. No recen'
Information Is available as lo Uv
scale of produrtion but there n
large resources of coal and -halt-1
t>, ,r. 'there is no rail con-
nection from I.- -.rt.y Mukden right]
[own lo Se.iul about 4fid miles
lsq to Pui.in > further tSO "oi.
si/Ulh. It has been rafMCtad Hi
.hiring the JapanaM oceupall' n <-
Manchuria, natural crude MM
lap being producad, bu1 otitput u
MUevOd I" DO negligible. Also, in
Mon buna there are coastal nil
plants at Dalren and Ying-
y,,v | n ),. northern tdilo of w
Ulf of Liaotung, from which
pnhes could !' Bhlpoed I
Kore.. i.thon. Uta port -f Seoul
tha its point on tna weal coa*i
.--pable of receiving upp1'*",1*.
'.inkers, but In shl| nol ev- lUl
BOM d w 'ons
The second nearby soul' I iVail
able 0 Ih* North Koieaus is Sak-
halin. HOW en'.Hly '.itntory nf tile
Ii s.s.it. and balarvafl lo 'a- pro-
ducing from three -quarters to one
million tons <>f crude oil a year
Also there U an oil i finery |
Nlkolsk In Sil^'iia. "h'.rt dl*
tanot iwrth of Vlmlivoi-toek. rheie
ir a rail connection Iron. Oanaaj
northwards into Manchuria, But
the railway route in Korea may be
precarious as It shirts the oast
oast and i-
nents from lha
from the nlr
So long a, the rloatt Korean'
nt-elve Ihe Mpporl of Iheir norin
eru nelghhoi.i Ihell oil sum-W
problem l moraen.
to be malnlv one ol inalnlainlilf
land end sea rommnniratlons. o
storage, and of trm-i-iiniv -ut--
forwaftl to the lr..nt. The
overwhelming all -'renftb ihat W
now bamg broughl anbi ftepn
Wm. FOGARTY LTD.
(lnc In Itrilish (iiiinna)
ALfjrnmm ware
a
>; DOMESTIC WARE in a wide variety
v> DIAMOND WARE is approved by the
Good Housekeeping Institute.
S SAUCEPANS. FRY-PANS, COFFEE
* PERCOLATORS. KETTLES. EGG-
POACHERS OMELET PANS.
!
ji FOR CONSISTENT SATISFACTION ....
DIAMOND BRAND AIBHMM WAItf
,*.'***'''-'*''*''<
IIARBAIM)S ELKCTRIC SUPPLY
(OIIPOItATION LTD.
\oii41:
As Ihe M*nuf.\. lurer* hsve decided that repair* to ana of
uur Knrlnen can no Irniiir be .oiisi-uiirnre had lo pul IhU (.cmratine Set I9M K W ) out ef
i .inimiulon and. owliir lo Ihe reduction ol standby riant now
available s a resalt. ma* Had II neee*sar> lo hed losd at
lnlcr< ah. durlna thf next frw monlho
Our Cenumers sre asked to ro-operale br eserehln< the
utmost economy In lb- ae of i:ieelrlcit>. pacakalarlj iliiiin:
the Prak period lielwetn fi.20 and 8.30 p.m until rurthrr nailer.
SMITH.
Oeneral Mauaicr.
Hinpl
Mr. Palmer introduced Visual now ^-. ,; ,
Education and Banaroual> devoted |r.n*t mi.V'
a itreat deal of his time to organ- dlrTlri)' ___^___^_
Mixed Farming
. iea!
isini dim showt throughou* itn
countryside of islandi which had
never before naen a reel Fdn-
.mil apparatus which were loanci
l)j ihe Briush Council have pro-,
vided a splendid enleriairunen'| uu>
especially to those in Ihe minor
islands such as Barbuda. Angullla
and Tortola
Mr. Palmer was arbitrator le-
jponslble for Ihe "Inquiry into the
Labour Disturbance- of 1MB In
I91B he was awarded the M.B E -
PAFIS Aug
A usually reliable source hen
to-day described as "without
foundation" tho American Now*
Agency report? that a detachment,
of French troops was about to be w'th revision of his motion h
,ent to Korea -Renter. | would get his support
Bank Strike
BUENOS AIRES. Aug 3
Private banking activity came
to a virtual standstill here on
Thursday following an increase in
strikes among bank servants for
higher pay Caa Frees.
In appreciation of his outstand-
ing achievements tn these islands
tho Antigua Teachers' Association
yrevented theii director with a
souvenir leather case for valuablo
papers hand painted with a scene
ol Antigua and the famous pljir-
Hi-pie crest along with a scroll
The Antigua Education I>eVart-
inent also showed their grateful-
ies to Mr. Palmer by presenting
hi in with a flashlight "as remin-
iscent of the light whirh bv rau
work and personality you have
ahed on the field of Education In
the Colony and also as symbolic
at the Mgbt which will continue to
radiate from your life as you
mb the I-adder of Suc-
cess" say Mr P. W A Gordon
Inspector of Schools.
I tn - uf State for the OwOTUe.
mt acuon has been lab
develop lha Central fcxj. rimOO
Station. Trinidad, in view of the
laiaaUsfactory *'-if "' '"'"
revealed " "> l>eparlii.ei.t ol
Agrieulture Bepoil tor liMB
ii.u.igrni". 142.
Mr- J Crufluui. IToviSloii 'oi
ihe davelopmcnl of the Central
Experiment Sution in rnmdaii
has been included in a CotoiUal
r>^olopnien1 -md Welfare Scheme
for an Agr'"ltural Experiment.!,
Station which I approved In
March. !M0 The purpo*'' Of
ihr irTli Bel Mnneaaani
of more stable systems of agri-
culture on a mixed fanning ba.s
and investigation Into li.' m
crops so grown in ofdei
the standard of
agrieulu.r.l worker. The tol-t
coat of Ihe scheme will h
158.750. towards which Hi-
Majesty's aovammen' are e*e>
irlbutiiig gW.917. It
that the sta'.lon will come Into full
operation In 19M.


PACK FOl-R
BAKBMIOS ADVOCATE.
I r.lllW II '! >l I I'l.
Barbados w aotogute
%....1-------- ------ n ~f---- .4 -I B -1
Frid.y. AukusI 1 15
"At Tenerife. the large*! of the Canary
Islands. I saw an Annual Procession of
children walking up the cultivable
side of iHe mountain. They were led by
prii-.iv .in.l 111)11-* and each child carried
a tree he or she u us gimii; I" plant. That
was S'M,f* iMchini;."
-Cat
TREES
WITH the minimum of discussion the
House of Assembly passed on Tuesday a
resolution for $1,600 to enable the Director
of Science and Agriculture to extend the
work of tree propagation. The original
estimate was for the sum of $4,500 but this
was reduced and the new amount will now
be considered by the Legislative Council.
There can be little doubt that the funds
will be granted and the work of propaga-
tion started as soon as possible. But it is
for the general public in whose interest the
money is being spent to make the fullest
use of the work done.
This island which is essentially agricul-
tural needs many more trees than are at
present left standing. The prevention of
erosion and land movements, the attraction
of rain and the percolation of the soil after
ntoi form only part of the benefit to be
derived from a good tree population. And
it is alarming that so many trees of varying
species could have been destroyed without
any attempt having been made to replace
at least some portion of them.
The Cultivation of Trees Act 1950 pro-
vided for the payment of a small sum to
land owners who planted trees on their
lands. The difficulty in this was that of
propagation. Many people would be willing
to plant casuarina trees but were unable
to grow them. The Director of Agriculture
who is charged with the duty of "promo-
ting the interest and development of arbor-
culture" has now recommended that these
funds be granted to provide the necessary
pots and other equipment for growing
trees and. according to him, for caring
them until they are strong enough to be
replanted without dying.
In years past Arbor Day in this island
saw the interested few apply to the De-
partment of Science and Agriculture for
a few citrus plants. In future Arbor Day
should evidence a new awakening to the
need for trees and a realisation of the bene-
fit to be derived from planting them In an
agricultural community Trees nourish
life and the (lood Earth which produces
food.
Boys/ Bay
FRIDAY, August 4, 1950 will be a red
letter day in the history of club life and
in the lives of many of the youth of this
island. Today the Day Street Boys' Club
will be opened by the Governor and a be-
ginning will be made in the attempt to
bring a new ray of sunshine into the lives
of the children of the poor.
Social services in this island have been
left mainly to the goal and untiring energy
of a few individuals but in the case of the
Boys' Club the community effort is more
likely to ensure success.
It is good to find that a number of indi-
viduals have consented to serve one eve-
ning in each month as supervisor of the
Club. A look Ht the list published yester-
day will show that the individuals repre-
sent many interests and su the boys of the
club will benefit from the collective knowl-
edge of their "uncles." It is a service which
will not bring Royal awards but which
nevertheless is evidence of a sense of civic
responsibility.
The Boys too will be able to enter a club
which is theirs and in which they will have
a chance to develop latent talents of good
citizenship.
This is the lirst Internal effort at youth
welfare of this kind; and it is the duty of
the public to give It every encouragement
either financially or by way of service to
their less fortunate brethren. It is only
the lirst of many Clubs which are needed
throughout the island.
What British Schoolboys
Are Taught
A Schoolboy Writes On
The future off Ihr Irriiisli Colonial limuire in IVruei -l.
wilh surriiil rrfrrrnrr to llir West Indies.
BY ROGER BARBER 118 YRS 7 MONTHS)
PRIZE-WINNING ENTRY IS THE OVERSEAS LEAGUE ANNVAL EMPIRE ESSAY
COMPETITION. 1950.
in these disturbing Umes. it is
perhaps difficult to see a certain
i.itdre for anything. It Is hard
t imagine a mi an- state arising
fnm the unrest and politn a.
trite present in the world to-
day: and at times, we must MB*
less, the further progress of our
liui.li Colonial Empire appears
...-.-. to be fraught with much
danger and great obstacles.
Some schools of opinion do not
help matters by regarding the
Empire as something of which
Britain ought u> be ashamed,
lather than something of which
ma ought to be most inordinatcl>
proud; they would lake advan-
tage of immediate colonial difli-
kuiUea to cut the painter and
'liberate' the peopl*
ROGER BARBER. Is \,ear
old schoolboy of Newent
Gra-nmar School, Gloucis-
tmhirc. Enpland. arrirei '"
Jamaica In the "Bayann" on
he I2!h AuLi'r
ills moti'h'i stay in
Jamaica urtlh Mr. J. II. Car-
yiil (4, Duke .Street, Kings-
to*), the Hoi. Corresponding
Seemanj *' the Oeer-
Staa League, t* Ma prize for
ihe urinnlnu entry m the
Over-Seai League annual
tmptre TnnviUnp Scholar-
ships coif -tiUon.
-.1
self
OHH KEAIIEBS SAY
fair Strnln
To, The Edilor. The Advocate,
SIR.I have seen in your columns again where
now Mr. G. II. Adams, leader of the Government
blames the press lor making an tnacenrate version
of a statement ho had made at the last meeting
when speaking mi two hills on the Order Paper
on the first occasion it was His Honour ihe Act-
ing Cliief JMtlOt (Mr O. Taylor) fai some case
on the last sessions; and now it's Mr. Adams.
Before such charges Bit made Sir, in my opinion
there should lie better facilities, and accommoda-
tion made for these reporters who have to strain
their ears to *ear what has been said, as It sur-
prises me how they manage to get a proper re-
port at all with such Inconveniences; and soft
. i.vturcrs
SomcUme ago I suggested loud speakers were
necessary, both in the courts, and in the House
Why not lnstol them?
L. B. CLARKE.
Tudor Bridge,
St. Michael.
Cricket Gift
To. The Editor. The ."1.1.
SIR. V- si success of our cricket-
ers, some one should give a poftlo '
dcdlc.i | nell tquipl !
for poor boyi who would love to be cttl
l i houJd come from anyone far or near who
has W.I. interest U heart.
Cricket is indeed the game nearest and dearest
to our hearts
WILL-WISHER
seas territories. They would fava
them self-government rcgardl***
f whether the time u npe,
-Hi' i than pursue un uiiapvi
acular policy of patience
(crsistence
It is not solely on us, huwvvci
that the burden rests. The col-
onial peoples themselves, mu*i
play their full part, as the Klnc.
uggestd in bin Colonial Month
inaugural speech last year "Pro-
and gross depends upon a true asju
of partnership between all sec-
They seem to forget Uiat the lions of society, rulers and (wed,
,'okonlal Empire consists of coun- each giving of his best to the com-
ae* which possess uidigenous man weal; and I look eonlWienih
aces. The Dominions art dom- to the traditional rulers and chtcts
iiuma mmply because their in- and also to the pohlie.il leaders
.abitant* are 'chips off the old and representative bodies to pro-
dock', but the inhabitant* of Uie mote co-operation in their v.u
olooies arc, strictly speaking, ous spheres, and so set their foci*
foreigners'. That is why it will against faction and the Bowing oi
* such a triumph when these distrust."
peoples can achieve a state of What better formula Uwn Ml
.clf-govcmmcnt; and that is also can there be for the ruturc or uh
.vhy Jintain should strain every Colonial Empire? But there arc
mags as the Kings last
nerve to solve their problems, and
disturbances and agitations should
not foster feelings of shame ai
our colonial record. We in Eng-
.uid should realise that our col-
niial pcopleii are only now reap-
Uie first fruits of Weste,
not
The establishment oi
and colleges has done
make him aware oi him-
nd his responsibilities, and
is rapidly discouraging Uul
tendency to laziness, so character-
iti. of the CanblR-.it- negro The
need for COHIrUCUvo leadwshtl
is particularly urgent.' at th*
present time. The common mar
is no longer content with his lot.
Dd a plac
I.. :iie arorld "tier than that ac-
coidexl lo Hie 'COiOUrad' man.
But in this respect gre.it hopes |it
in the future. iur Mr llustamante
seems lo be Hi. righl man 'or the
job. If the West Indian Universi-
ry ran profjuce men like him, thcr
.i poUflcal future for these is-
lands Is assured Some year>
sport stated
nat futu' lh Carib-
bean should be directed toward:
federation. Mr Bustamante, as 'a
leader of Ihe people' appears rt?
he anal] on the way lo bringing.
I his about
...I that the West Indies
have found | Usidai i" I'nstamai.
te (and for that matter, an oppo
iiion in Mi Mauley) Is i
promising sign of polhlcal
progress, but we must not los*
right of the fact that the island
are still Crown Colonies, and tha'
therefore "we in England have *
duly towards Ihem. namely thi
UUk Of futuie ilevelopnieot lln
m a tackling this duty, am'
whal is more impoitant. how are
KM West Indies responding'
Am praaaat atatc of aitairs is
| | he. aus.
of the inaileqiale training of civil
A. in the case of
colonial poll1 in nanei
f.ii loo ntady lielief that the
mere fact that the British colonial
civil servant, hns reoiivod I fi it BrlUiin is to continue heri.leai- ,.(|uillllun K-.gland qualities
him to perfonn these- tasks. This
dependencies? The best Plnn is 0( coursep d not || |
forestall the roV_by Inspiring ppetlally impoitant at this time
when the West Indies (and most
f our colonies) ire transitional
irwl re-
ords imply, the gie-dest being
iterhaps. Communism. We are-
all aware of the menace anil
creed holds for the colonial
i copies indeed. *e have first-
hand evidence in Malaya. Bunn<.
ad very probably. West Africa;
aching, and are Just beginning *: ^ ,lonc about i(
i) !! Ihelr loet'.
The
dilemmas caused by col- f Ubm and free-speceh In h'
If-.ir. j. ,la*r -taj.iilH nfs* MB t___. kvI____
nial affairs to-day ghould
iiseouragc us, for they are a
ior of the future, and clearly sue^
how our administrators the pathr
vo take.
But while it Is generally ae-
'pied that the Colonial Empire
las a promising future. It must be
aid that the present position be beguiled. his presence at his post is thai he
docs not exactly encourage such it must be said though, that tan contribute something to the
i decision. troubles In some of our most .oricty in which he is placed, and
The reason probably is this, valuable colonial territories, tend uial h. [, gjn,.Cre in his endeavour
there is to-day a widespread ex- to obscure for a time from our , ,irt
'pvctatlon, for large and quick re- view the great possibilities wUOl |, ,,,. w\y an understanding
suits, economic and poliUcal from brth Ihe pr-sent and the future 0f eacn other's point of view by
the colonies. The two words 'col- hold for these lesser developed i%-il servant and local politician
onial development' are a constant lands of ours, and hide from us v hich is lacking in the West In-
refrain in internaUonal circles, the fact that if anything in the ,<,.* Kven more important is the
but It should be understood, by world has a future, the British dangerous weakening of confi-
forclgn politicians and U.N.O. Colonial Empire has. It is up to donee in British administration. To
alike, that the British Colonial i3 in Britain to look alter our restore this confidence, whhouC
Empire cannot bo developed in I part-share m this T^sS^SS twinkling, and the countries are wealth for It Is upon the w<- toy cssIDM of success, the West
not -ne.elv walling for an enter- of England thai the future of thi
prising government m perform Empire depends.
the task. Development is forced. A paUern For The West
Indies
The- future of me West Indies
.. confidence between our-
selves and the colonials, that they __
will DBd content in British ad- UHween irresponsibility -. ,*-
ministration and will find nothing sp0nsibility i>f govemmcni thai
attractive in Communist Imperial- Colonial workers be carefully
and will not appease it. or selected. The only justification for
, for It is upon the people Jiriy chance of
iiKhan must have trust in the in-
dividual British official That
why the future lies so distinctly
fa) the careful selection of every
colonial civil servant, for these
it have a tremendous task ahead
the extreme diversity of th'
lountries from which these re
t^c5mFSi*m .mt'dcaUng '-" particularly interesting, as of them. It Is up to them to
SSb InSas and Burmas. which niany islands m U* group may rcvohitionise U;e exisUng method.
... nl .Uvdv adv.n.ed tvillsa- Lv **ld *" "* '" lrailslllonil1 ' British Colonial Admmistra-
st*U>. in so far as they stand be ban, which are sadly out of dale.
twecn the extremes of advanced' 'Ihe tune has come now for Brit-
Uons Our present colonies are
D0t Each colony and group of col-
onies has Its
nvn climate rrops. history peopl
which need their own special plan,
not sonic generalised 'colonial'
plan.
But the main obstacle to th
Kh' ., lu and 'primitive' being nearer the am lo look upon the West Indians
hiviiirv iieonlc farmer Ihan the latter. They thus not as children, but as equals
represent those peoples who have They can stand on their own feet
progressed through the establish- now, ami it Is time the Colonial
men! of law and order, com- Office raahaad it This docs not
niim.iiiohs and rudimentary mean however, that the time Is
i-anid devcloiinicnt of the colonies '"clt" services, lo a measure or ripe for self-governinentr, _
hw in MS wneral backward- '"'",l gg^ w,th *c l>eoP.1^ "''' "> * Caribbean wili
ind isolation
ivhich most
a began anything that can be
died development. Think of the
italic Isolation of Ihe Pacific
uilklu>alvWNS*vsl0iV ' ,hr Weslc'rn world and are show, for Uu-re is a great differ-
mcnl w" ire looking -head lo^i "".m.s to translate this socia cr.ee , stardlng on ones feet and
point of dcsUnaUon. But do we Wfjgg JJf P"Uc81 "' ,, Wm( ._
xumelenllv rememher the noint of '1unllty * wt" From the West Indian point of
departure* Do we realise the Tne,r lu,ure' howvcr- l,kr **.} v"w- ,h" fu'""" " with the
2 '' of .-.vnrtv ^anoranci "f * c^nnM Empire In general, nuddle claws. Given a collab-
u of poverty, ignoranc |i#| (inly throu((h Ih)i so)V|na pf 0fUtlon bl.lft.mi ,heni Bnd ^,ir
arkable friends in Engiand, progress
Indeed. \Viwards the building-up of a mass
'diversity' is Ihe keynote of West political movement, of which they
Indian life. To lake an will become the leaders, should
example: Both Barbados and be steady and secure Ohhta .'
islands, think of the misery or n,,,,,., Guiana ara in the West cleavage bi-twecn Ihe two Hides,
the West Indies' slave population |iK|,on group, but consider the bcwevor, Ihe result can only be
at the time of the emancipation tontrasT Barbados is a compact, ene of two alternatives: political
and think of the low-subsistence- crowded, highly cultivated little deadlock and social decadence, or
level of the average African tribe Island, with large relatively open violence eventually leading
Yet to-day we see roads, rail- coiid population of African ances- to civil war. If their leaders are
ways, schools, bicycles, clothes iiy, and an historical beginning as uccrmincd to appeal over the
native Journalists, doctors and British settlement. Half of heads of the Butish reprcsenta-
Utwyan, and hear most impres- British Guiana's population is t.ves. through the ballot-box and
sive siecchcs from African poli- East' Indian; It Is not an island universal suffrage, men there can-
licians. What changes! But how but part of u continent, and began not be a long or useful future
superficial! Can we Ignore lh" aj a Dutch colony. It has large phaad Of the British West Indies,
other side of Westerni*aUon? For rivers, a vasl virgin hinterland hut given full co-operation on
often the new influences we have and the special problems set by L >Ih side-, than Will be no need
brought break up the close-knit I* dangerously low coast for the like of Bustamante to
families and tribes too quickly These are only two territories ignore British officials, and the
and the people have not been able Vaken from an area of 2.500,000 two parties can move forward lo-
rn time to absorb a new religion, syuare miles, but they serve to geUwr to ihe future.
or build up new bonds and loyal- show that each colony could be. The question of the moment
w incentives to work. *d lo a large cxU-nt Is. sufficient c.mi b,- reduced ti> one central
Hence alongside the sueees-sfiil i1'1'0 ',!"lf- S,uh bel"( lho ,;''',' P"bIora. Ihtt Of COOfldOtWO, WhiOB
daplation one tlnds n-stlessness. we can now see Ute_ dimcultiea U the very cement whlcfa hind
disruption, dreadful slums, and *hH*! *
Oil NEWS FROM TEXAS
* mm hiibh
TULSA, OKLA
FROM any point in this oil capital uf the
world, one can look across to the low lying,
green hills of the Osage. boundary f the
Kingdum wherein once dwelt the richest per
capita c,mniunity in the world the Usage
Indians. ,. .
Th I !< are still there, but the oil which
once poured for many years an average in-
come of $8,000 lo $12,000 annually into their
laps, has sluwed to a trickle.
In 1949, the incume from oil had dropped
to a measly $1,200 and will probably not go
much, if any, above that in 11*50. The Usages
no longer throw away their old diamonds
when they get dirty or buy a new car every
ihree months- .
In the last four decades, the Usages have
Mao catapulted from rags to riches to pseudo-
And now there are plans under way
-hat may once again elevate the mall trig
.o comparative riches, although the high.
Aide and handsome days of the mid twenties
nay never return.
Geologists aftimata that there is still as
much "black Gold" beneath the surface oi
Jsage County as has already gushed irom Us
subterranean recesses. The problem is how
.o bring it to the surface, now that the easy
.ream has been skimmed from the pool.
The mall is one of the most interesting
reolofiicaJ experiments in the United States.
A group of old wells in the Osage is being
.luoded with water in hope it will lorce to the
iurface the vast reserve of oil which scientist.
say is still locked in the earth.
With the blessing of ihe Osage tribal coun-
cil, a group of oil companies has combined
jnder the name of the North Burbank Unii
Jperators to ltnance, design and construct
-his first large scale watertlood installation
.vhich mav not only revive the Osage wells
jji point the way to new activities in other
.ldtields.
The operators have set a mammoth task lor
icinsoh-es. It embraces a 20-to-30 year pro-
jramme of recovery and conservation in the
Jsage fields, if the pilot or test water-Mood is
tuccessfui.
Paul S. Hedriek. oil editor of the lulsa
Daily World for 28 years and one of the oil
experts of the southwest, believes that water-
flood operations in the north Burbank District
of Osage County alone will recover a mini-
mum of 140,000.000 barrels of oil in a world
powered by gasoline and hungry for pet-
roleum.
After large scale operation gets under way
.n this district, production should increase
from the present 4.400 barrels per day to
20,000 barrels, which means a substantial m-
rease in oil payments to the Indians.
Another method, known as "hydrofxac",
also is being used to tap oil reserves in old
wells. In the hydrofrac method, gasoline is
reduced to a putty substance and forced
under terrific pressure into the sandstone.
This pressure cracks the strata, but neither
burns nor tires the oil deposits. A chemical
is then introduced that dissolves the "gel",
as the gasoline solution is called, leaving
behind sand particles that serve as "propping
agents" to keep open minute cracks and allow
the oil to escape.
Between these two methods, the Osage may
again be in for a time of plenty and prosper-
ity. But even though his income in recent
years is but a fraction of tha thousands he re-
ceived in the good old days, he is still prob-
ably the richest Indian in the United States.
All the mineral rights beneath the surface
.f Osage County belongs to the tribe as
whole. The Osage may sell his surface land
in Osage County but the mineral rights,
through action of the Great White Father in
Washington, are entailed in perpetuity to the
tribe as a whole.
The Osage. desperate for cash, can sell his
"head rights" or his share in the mineral re-
turns, lo an outsider. But he may sell only
with the consent of Uncle Sam. Head rights
are quoted by local banks in exactly the same
way that Union Underwear, pfd., is quoted on
the' New York stock exchange.
To-day's quotation places a price of from
$14,000 to $15,000 on a head right, providing
Uncle Sam approves the sale. There are only
2.229 such head rights, as established by the
Government in 1906. (Osages born after that
date are still known as "The Too Late
Osages.")
There is no reason to believe that a head
light, DOW priced at $15,000 will not yield in-
definitely an income of at least $1,200 per
annum. And it may be three, four, five or
Veil all limes that much if the hydrofrac and
water-flood programmes pan out as expected
Or, if the pale face can't get Uncle Sam's
permission to buy a head right from an
Usage, he can always marry an Osage belle
with a head right in her dowry. That's the
way some of Tulsa's richest citizens once got
their start in the oil businessINS.
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pitiful demoralisation of the
rribesman-turned-pruletarlat. Th"
hreak-up of the tribal system In
Africa, and the racial division :
Kant Afrira and Malaya tend to
bean Colonies uh one. under ill
heading "British West
whereas in reality, Jamaica
Jamaica, Antiw.t is Antii;u;i. ami
innser reronnise their hereditary
loaders, and because of their isi
noranea, loyalty to the Empire is
beyond their cOUoapUOB
Thus ii is the physical and
political backgrounds of the*<*
peoples which we must know and
understand Without this under-
standing we cannot posslbl> Mie-
i tf-1 in this polii-y of 'colonial
development'. England has solid
interests in the colonieseconomic
and strategicIt would help the practically ...
iloniis if we defined Ihem. and must be ::.;ld
In England are Ihe fabric ef society toMhar. In
UKtomod to think of our Carlb- (OrHMI dan it \v.i> said thBt the
Wist lr.ii.,:, got along well
Indies." enough, basing his faith in the
goodness of Queen Victoria. This
simple faith was succeeded by a
fain in the British tnipire; this
In turn is dissolving, and what Is
to replace il? T.ie uawtr |l
Uh In himself as a West Indian;
tlon of rtie slave* "freed a race
1 lit failed lo creale n society
The West Indies are suffering from the development of this faith may
that today, and It is the aim of be slow no matter when
vary legislator and social worker a man gains self-confidence the
to construct a West Indian way of rest of the v .iv !< easy
life Whan such exists, then can w
proceed lo a political future tor
our Caribbean brethren but ol
what am Is poUtfcal equal it v
when the simplest form of social
life \he Christian family Is
i-existetit? Here it
however, that tie
not pretended we had all to give BiandOUl profraai in social w(-l-
and nothing to get We have lalc has been made. Thr people
other, less material interests; we p.ive been taughl to bu.ld proper
want lo turn wards into friends, ^mitarv houses, and to make use
who will stay with us when they ot welfare institutions. Scientific
arc free to go away; we want to i^cuUUra ha been encouraged
Hiiaad In the world the ide.is \& tnaura that the i>puiaiion i*
whn-h we believe make freedom adequately nourished, and educa-
and paaot, Our success for a fu- tan i>erhsps the most
lure m the Colonial Empire de- Important factor has startetl
pends upon our ability lo male t altar the We*,' Indian's outlook.
the colonial people believe that for .tltcred it must ba Th*
our interests arc their Intertatt, estabuahmanl i d i West [mUan
anil that they ran bent ba Rained lulture In which the ordinary man
ily partnership with us. ran 'rest' and of which the Watt
I In the future we musl foster the Indian peoples can be proud '
(same family spirit in the colonies, do BOffsj BM .oiyihing else to
hi the Dominions; and i.mnve feelings of inferiority
I who can do this better than the from which the avajaaa ffaat
.British public'. Indian suffers, by virtue nf Hi
Which K ... 1 For The Future'.'
By wa\ of conclusio:i it cm be
said chat ,i definite future for cur
is assured only l>>
i n mne nf |>i licj mi the part ol
< ur atlnmustrators: the art OJ
showing true friendliness should
be encouraged in British officials,
who hitherto have tended to be
cold and aloof. Just recently
Il::. i appeared In "The Croi
Colonist" condemning what
termed 'official snobbery' In the
This is an important
point for how can we expect our

FhOW ourselves OpeB tfl I
The whole range of ptobionii
i teented to the colonial .ouiun^-
i the British peopl
like, musV be .ipproached with
the idea of social, and ultimately
equaUty tumly in nund
to The proi-ess of le-thinking and
ir-educ.ition must proceed unUl
lea of personal equality
tassir 7
Grvy lit an! Cricketer*
To the Xdttor, the Advocate
SIR.In days like these we are looking for new
talent In order that the present high standard ol
cricket in Barbados and the British West Indies
mty ba inauv.alned. and this talenl can only be
found amongst youngsters.
Why then are there so many "has boens" In-
:luded in local elevens who feel that through
espect they should be given a major part In th<
game and thus have a chance lo display then
UOta worn-out ability av the expense of the
younger players? We do need the guidance of
these more experienced veterans of the game bu*
in the manner in which this is at present being
given.
It is a shame that these decrepi,' old men wilh
le eye on the cemetery gate do not realize the
harm that they are doing to cricket as a whole.
Tin- ume hat come when we should all join logotber
HW rIl these unre.tollable bald-patcd grey-beard*
Inside the pavilion where the) belong.
YOUNGSTER
Don't Wmitl Shoot!
To ihe Editor, ihe Advocate
SIR.As the shooting season U Just starting. H
is a lilting time to mention one aspect of It. We
have good shots in Barbados who would acorn
lo murder birds on the ground. But alas! some te
increase the score of their swamp do kill sitting
birds If all score books were torn up this eU
would be greaUy mlegated. The sportsman would
soon And that bringing off a left and right shot
at birds on the wing give him a greatar sense of
; kill and pleasure than he will ever get by murder,
it.g twenty on the uround Try It. Givsj the birds
a chance. Pit your skill against their guile and
ii can win. Remember the story
: and the Foreigner? As
Ihe edge ol the wood a cock
pheasant emerged and began walking away. The
man raised his gun The shocked keeper cried
"Oh you wouldn't shoot him now, Sir." "Ah
no", said the man "I'll wait till he stop* ! |"Do
net be among those who waif tltl he stops
E, C JACKMAN.
August 1, 1950.
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FOR THE BANK-HOLIDAY
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TODAY. AUGUST 4. ltta.
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACK FIVfc
Yestry Will Question
Ex-Churchwarden
About Playing Field Voucher*
The Vestry of St. Michael is going to hold a special public i
meeting as early as possible, which Mr H. A Tudor. *x-\
Churchwarden, and Mr. Francis H. Pile, Um Voatn I
Auditor, will be asked to attend. The purpose <>( this
meeliny is lo discuss a statement made by Mr. Pile in hisj
statement of Revenue and Expenditure of the parish fat J
tin ..mi- ending March 24.
Mr Pile drew to the attention of the Vestry a certain \
case dealing with the Princess Alice Playing Field in which
some of the vouchers were worth nothing.
!
H
Senior Sanitary Inspector
Suspended For 4 Months
The Commlniooer ol Health of St. Michael y
suspended Inspector G. Fagan from service fa

Nine Watches
Stolen: Valued
At $230
NINE GENTS' wrist watches
valued $230, are reported to
be lost by G. C. Aahby. Jeweller
of Swan Street. City He inform-
ed the Police tha; they were re-
moved from his show cae be-
tween July 22 and Tucsday
HpWO BICYCLES were report-
X ed missing in yesterday's Po-
lice Keports Clarence Thompson
of M-sort Hall Street reported th,-
loss of a cycle belonging to Chee-
tcrttelrt Thompson of the same
address He stated that the cycle
was taken from Fontabelle on
Tllr du
The loss of n cycle valued 141
was reported bv Garfleld Lowe or
Eagle Hall He told the Polio-
thai the cycle was removed from
the Savoy Club Mason Hall Street,
. m Monday
WOOIIROFFE C'LAKKC of
Palmers. St. John reported
the loss of his cow valued $130
from a pen on his land at the
same address between 500 p.m.
on Monday and SM a.m. on
Tuesday
CHOIRS FROM five of the
seven Elementary Schools
in St John took part in the non-
cumpetilive Music Festival whicn
was held at the St. Johns Mixed
i, Tuesday evening.
The School Hall was packed
with enthusiastic listeners and|
soiiie listened from the windows.
Among those In the audience
MMM K.-v Canon PAW. Moore
and Mrs. Moore. Rev Ripper,
Mr L. Gay. Miss Q Denny. Miss
II. O Gittens. Miss E A Murray
and Miss J. Gill.
The programme was so ar-
ranged that the Junior choirs
were first lo sing. "The Sham-
rock" was sung by the Cherry
Grove Junior School, "All Thru
the Night" by Hothersal Junior
School. "The Merry Traveller"
by Welches Village Junior School. for
"Come Hither" by Mount Tabor
Mixed School Bnd "Bonnie
qtiarUe' by St John's Mixed
School.
They afterwards grouped to-
gether and sang "Old Folks at
Home." "My Own Deor Land'
and John Peel." Representing
the Santa Choirs the St. John's
Mixed School sang How <;reat
is the Pleasure." "Now Is the
Time for Haying," "Mighty lak
a Rose." "Psalm 67" and "The
Halllu)ah Chorus."
Before the King was sung Mr.
I. St. A. Thome. Headmaster of
the St John's Mixed School, said
that they would present Canon
Moore with an address and gift
from the teachers of the Angli-
can schools of that parish in
recognition of his services as
Chairman of the Board of Mana-
gers of the Schools.
Canon Moore gave up this post
at the end of July when he also
retired from his other post as
Rector of the parish
The address was read by Mr
J W. Bell while the presentation j
was made by Miss S. A. Carring-:
ton. The Canon afterwards re-
plied to the address.
A vole of thanks was moved
by Mr L T. Gay. District In-
spector of Schools, who also paid
tribute to Canon Moore This
was seconded by Mr A. T.
Gittens
Mrs. Moore, in a brirf address,
told those parents present to give
the teachers their wholehearted
Mipport and refrain from inter-
fering with the work of the
teachers who were trained to do
their Job. She said that education
from books was most desirable
but parents should not fall to
train their children to be helpful
in the homes.
IRENE inmiK of Hall's
Land, Bank Hall, St. Michael,
was injured on her left foot nf-
btr dM was Involved in an acci-
dent on Tuesday. She was treat-
ed by Dr. Cummins and
charged.
Also involved in the accident
was a bievcle owned by James
Thorpe of R>w Road. St Michael
I^*ncock was a pedestrian.
THE MOBILE CINEMA will
fulfil its linal engagcim-n*
for llio week with a show al
Wiltshire Playfield. St Philip, at
8 o'clock tonlsht. This show is
for the benefit of residents of
the Wiltshire
A motion that the meeting oc
galled was made by Mr E D
MOttlO) and supported b] Mr
T W Millet
Hon'ble V C Gale was
to speak on the matter Quoting
the paragraph of the Auditor".
report dealing with the worth!..>
vouchers, he -aid it was a mattci
which the Vestry should lake vtrj
seriously.
The paraitraph said "I
chlal Treasurer has paid on orders
of the Veatry as he is required to
do under Section 35 of the VOB- i
tries' Act. 19115. and the pay-;
merits are all beua fide, but in .
certain cases which were particu-
larly under the Head. Princess
Alice Playing Field, the vouchers
are signed by the Churchwarden
without anyone certifying tha'
same, or with a certificate which |
Ifl worth nothing.
Fair Chances
This means generally that the
Churchwards*) himself has at-1
tended to the business In hand
without assistance from, or know- !
ledge of, the Head of the Depart- ,
ment. or the one responsible for
seeing that the work la properly
carried out. and that the charges
made are fair and reasonable
The matter re vouchers uncer-
tified or not properly certified was
brought to the attention of the'
Vestry in December. 1945
Mr Gale aid that that was ,
Viw serious report A committee
l.ad been appointed to look after
tin- Pl.i'iiig Field, and it al*n h;i i
a Secretary. Certain prominent
iople in the parish who were not
members of the Vestry had been
invited to join the commute*- and
they had done so.
"1 happen lo be a memr.
ftH II H>\ *ii tlHVAl
Letter To The Editor
ii pi

Film Eiitvrtainiiiciit
"The Dm is susceptible Of
great arlisti.' expression It
ean DC An* art. Bui it isn't
used that way main*
used as a form of mass en-
lenslntnanl Ann i tfed
Bcsn say quite truly it's the
Missal ana most imp
form Of mass entertainment
Of ii.ii Ktt rliti'H.uuimn!
m the whole world '
DENIS ft HMAN.
Director of the British Film
Institute speakirg In a
BBC profjramnw
3 SHIPS IN
THE BAY
thai Committee." Mr. Gale said,
"and I know nothing about these
vOUehtn which nre not properly
certified I think that we as mem-
bers of the Vestry owe It to our-
selves and to the ratepayer! smo
have elected us, and to the Gov-
ernment who are financing these
playing fields to see that the
rroney is properly spent We are
the custodians of that moncv with
which the Government hns en-
trusted us.
"We should see to It that all the
account" are properly
I'M-
Craftsn
vai oi ihe Steam l>i.
' bii'Ugr.l the number
11 >.-., i. i. B
in three Beside the "Craliarnan
then- was lbs "Alcoa Runner,*1
which has been hare for many
day. ami r.< Itlvvi. itM
I'll, Alcoa Runner1 si
creel ire discharging cargo while
the "Craftsman" la BUfng bet
hatches with sugar for the U K
As soon j- the "Ciaflsm.n" .n-
rived the waterfront WSOl BBtQ
action. Lighten were loading
sugar on the north and south sides
Of the Inner Basin. Loaded light-
ers could be seen cruising dOWD
the Careenage Some weie ln-in*.
lowed by launches while their oc-
cupants relaxed on bags of sugar.
Two launches passing each
other midway between '
.nid the wharf were regularly seen
ouched They both had lighten In low bul
i white M| Bel wen empty the
Gale called the state of (others were loaded to the water
"very disquiet ...
The Government crane also had
its share of activity yesterday.
During the evening it wa inll
to unload heavy machinery from
a lighter which was tied off jus'
!>clow It.
A few yards away from 'hi*
crane men could be seen nailing
up boxes of onions These will
soon he shipped from the Island
by the Schooner "Mandalay ft."
Th Weather
TO-DAY
Sun Hi "i hi a.m.
Kan 8eU: 6 tt p-m.
IHrh Water: 7.SB am. XM
Mr
affairs
.-aid his opinion was that thev
should thoroughly examine all the
vouchers, account*, etc relating
to the playing field
The playing field had a secre-
tary, and according to the usual
oractlee he took It that the secre-
trry would have the vouchers
files and orders and would know
about what was goitK on He
would know how the work was
carried out nnd about the orders
made for the materials which
were used.
Take Measures
Everything possible thaT coulJ
be done to clear up the matter
should be done, said Mr. Gale, and
he hoped that the Vestrv wouid
proceed lo do what he was asking
for without delay.
Mr. Bruce Weatherhead. pres-
ent Churchwarden, who was In the
Chair made a statement to th->
Vestry. He said
It is the right of every Taxpayer
to know that his taxes are wo I
siient and correctly accounted foi
It is the duty of the Vestry to
e that such information is given
to th* ratepayers and that all
reasonable questions relating i
Parochial affairs are properly and
promptly answered.
It Is also the duty of the Vestry
to see that any government grants
or Trust Funds, in their charge, are
properly accounted for and to the
satisfaction of the Government
Since the publication in th-
Omcial Ga/ette" ot the Parochial
Accounts for Ihe year 19-5'I.
many of the Taxpayers of St
Michael have been asking me all
sorts of questions relative to that
year, I am unable to answer
these questions. The ratepayer.
ask me because I am the present
Churchwarden but. I am sorry to
say. although I was senior Guard-
ian for the year I949-S0. 1 knov
very little about the repairs and
building etc. for that year and I
must therefore pass these ques-
tions on to the Churchwarden for
1949-50.
Soon alter 1 was elected Church-
warden, in March 1950, Mr Fran-
cis Pile. Ihe Auditor, told me tha
he was not satisfied with certaii
Vouchers and he would not be able
to sign the Accounts of the Par-
ish for 1949-S0 and he asked :n
for certain information. I gave him
the required information to DM
best of my ability.
I shall now ask the Clerk to read
copies of a letter written by me to
Mr. Pile and his reply thereto
relative to the Princess Alice
Playing Field Account*
Potato Diver
Fined 5/-
"If you arc a diver with a
licence and you find anything
while diving at the sea you must
take the article or articles to the
Comptroller of Customs, you can-
not take anything away," His
Worship Mr. B. Griffith told Nor-
ris Boyce of Nelson Street yes-
terday when bs fined him 5 for
unlawful possession of a quanti-
ty of English potatoes
Norm in his defence
while diving he came across
bag of potatoes in the sea
did not know what to do
th
oa 464

Param i -'th. 1950
To the sVUtOTShtp of "The Ilar-
Advocate*1
Brrdaetown Barbados
IV.,i K1IM-1
You win be verj .istonuh to
receive lettoi from some one.
who you do HOI know Firstly I
ill Introduce myself to you. My
name II.1 I ,m
my age Is 23 years I live m Par-
Bmartbo, Surinam
The writing ol this letter is
that several >f mv friends would
rrespoi 03 md girls of
toi collecting stamns
Thatswhj 1
tunit> to request you if rou will
advertise I nsentlonad
,n your most reading pe]
Barl..... Advocate1
ondanca can >* i>ass m
nguagea Kngllsh
French. Dutch. Hindi or Urdu.
trrtereeied persons csn apply
Mr. H Pveemcliand Postfeox
464. Paramaribo, Surinam.
Every collaboration would ap-
most highly.
11 you In entli Inetlon,
1 remain.
Yours Failhfulb.
II PltFFMCHAND.
I ti DM 464
NO BACK PA1
FOR PAROCHIAL
BMH0% EES
81 MICHAEL parochial em-
'piojitrs will not gel back pay.
1 he St. Michael Vestry came to
>.on for the second LsBM
when Mr. E. 1> Mutt ley agau:
lbs Vrsu> t,. grtre bacn
those employees Mr.
wrought up his iiiolun
large sum of money
Sd bean tamed in the 1949
B IsUanetes luui not been spool
Whan the motion snu put
U 1 resulted in a tie. bul
the chairman. Mr Wsathirhsed,
tut the casting VOtS
givlai the liok pay Mi MOtt<
ey's motion w foi panclual
^1 '!<:.! hut afti
hearing Boroe noranessr rlewi i
ihe scope to emplovei-
of iha iinaslBlillsl
1 sd .A|iiimii that bt
Md 1 Ml his vole against Uv
lam in-, .h.-i In- ,li(l 1 .' ..i;ii>
with only some ol thone ,-' plveaj
the iwck pa.
Memliers who voted for th'
motion won Hi Mottley, Mi
Miller. Mr llrathwait.
Chase Those who voted against
it were Mr Browne. Mr God
HOD V C. Gale and Mr
Faces Dangerou*
Driving Charge
Decide Now
Mr Mottle* said he
Ulfl them to asclda ihon, OSWI -1.1
lor ad The VesUy bad
made a decision, out n had come
i" his notice '.nat the Churefl
leport showed thai -
vi 1 > substantial sum of mone>
which had been budgeted for hau
not been spent.
HC (elt that if it were DOSSlDH
rrvo pay
members would agree to n.
gO When UM......
....
oi tin ncroncnlni hurrteani
season, the one set of petiple win
wore uppeNNol In Iha tnlndi 0
tin peQfHO were the scsvengcrs
BilOl the DOOd
bCOldB the |>olae. the tll'st ps>oph
thought of were the soavortgei
Thev had done yewmen's work
Thev hail workeii f.tlthfulh ano
had given a high degree of eo-
operalion
lie knoo thai the wbolo sffsii
had bivn threshed out with ll>.
Labour Officer, hut he had alwa>
felt the only dispute / III.
..f ll.n k |lil> I" III'
bourlna staff
The difficulty was to give t
.......t.itl and not the other K-n
.in overall amount, it would t..k.
(HO.ooo to pay stogy body rctro-
ipeetlve pay Of that, less than
half would go to the UtDOUrei
... |-i 1 That) < "old no
herwise but be i'1 Bympathi
.pie The. ha I
Met -""I bj
onal V
.. .ase brought by the PolUo
against Cyril Carmlchael of MUe-
..n.i-.i-Wuartrr. St. Peter charg-
ing him with driving the molm
bus SM 011 Tudor Street In
dangerous manner on June 21
was adjourned until August 1
bv Ills Worship Mr C. L Wal
wyn Magistrate of District "A'
yesterday.
Mr JET llranrker is appear-
ing on behalf of Cannlchael whlh
Sgt D. Forde Is prosecuting toi
the Police
Three witnesses for the prose-
cution were heard, among tbem
Cardinal Prvseod who said he weal w ,,,, ,.,, v.., ,if ,
1 psasenatr on the motor busi ,.,.,, doing IheC
S5B on June 21 The bus wasi^,,^,,, .
being driven along Tudor Street- Im>n am| ,. WM makiror
He noticed another E44in | apppai( nn appeal from his
front of S58. Both buses stop- th|lt ,i.v m|t|,t give a dec
ped and when S--58 pulled outlh(.n decision In their hlVOUl
from behind F-44 there was a. Tnr Bmount for the la
collision between the bus. S -Mashed staff would be, $17,000. hi
and a bicycle mW
.,... IIOI
This go
lion ot
the Chief Sandal
ronoH showed
: '!'. 1 '
1 liuspeetoi
that
T
Va-aVaVaVaVaVVWeV
FOR THE COMFORT OF YOUR
PETS .........USE
nmw 1 11 1 rou hi 11 ..,i
PlIII.Vl l\SH I KILLER |
H. JASON JONES A CO. LTD
ft Distributees.
A OsWOSMSTd .1 imnii
on Jub f. a ..!, tit
he would bo creating a
,f he carried
tarn duties he had been laid '
oarr)
Inspector Shepherd nooth
Inspector Fagan to the ChiSl
Sanitary Inspector and his state-
ment was reMoeorated ba '"
other inspectors
Inaposior Vagan sdnBlttod
the Board having spofeon to tti
flpeetOI Sht'phertl klOOg the line
of his statement but said he ha
nut used Um word langeroui
He had made the |
In a joeiiUi ... with n
Idea that it won:
the Chief Sanitari InopOCtOt H
was thai
man lie roollsod the Irn
of the tatome nt, hohrovi
lakon si louab bj -
lUsslors and he was BOlUTOIBOl?
sorry he had made it.
vhe Boned slewed the mote
v\ itii grove conoern
llunl.ir v < OatS said th.t
.. Una b) umboi tor Is
a ho .is .1 seiiioi .11 pet ! 1 wit
many years' service m the l*<
paitrnent, luggoslod that he wai
trying v Btaai < Depart
ment
Disgrareful
Mi vk-i.ii OoddUnrd 1
II .1- 1 disaToceful ati
rinaU) on the motion of Kon'bU
\ 1 1 .,,-... , .Mill ,
Bad), !.- Pb
1 [our months T*U
Boa
'
tune to act In an executive
capacity 111 the administration
During the consideration of Its
-harge it was pointed out that In-
Fagan had acted as Assi
bint hsSpoosor o It was statel i..n that he hat 1
been ftvlni bwbw for boom ftm .
md OB "lie iH-eanioii had been suk
., rw Hi He ha
been repi Irrsanood 1 1 the Board
A- I
atnhors Mi D M ill
ii-v M.C.P., (Chairman), Hon'ble
V. C Cab- M.L.C., Mr H A
Weatherh . I. Mr I V Ooddard
Mr Vi.t.n Chaaa and Mi C 1
Lavna
Attending also wen- Mr W W
Morrltt, Chief BaniUrj Inspcetor
l; lagan end tnapoctoi
A b^Sphord, II Maycock. C
Jnnes. (I Henry and I> Batson
A SPECIAL FOR
jm<^p TO-DAY
fipWI CREAMS
Mukr rll>.\Y'S ^r.K'~ mBW
(lllllin ( I1KAMS ^Sfct^TBl Ban
a "Ml'ST-TRY '^tSsvSf^Bssy/
r.ujuy taia (U-iiui.ifui Irral al . vctpa^r
PHOENIX JT
Soda Kminlain ^SsTrsV.
Knlgha Lid tssssfasv
rho
VMM
Rpe line Holds
Up Truffit-
r,
to Mi Branekor as to how fasl
'.in- evcUst was riding Proao
said that h* could not glva the
q b 1 nut tbO bit f** was riciden
Bt a fast rate An adjournment
wos granted so tint more vi'-
nesses could be nummoned
B'l<|Lntii" Brings
Eight PuHHcn^i'rs
'I"he 41-ton Schooner Helnueeti
Capt. King), brought eight pas-
H.P.C. Cailender of the Bridgo I sengers from St. Vincent ycstei-
Maller ol Principle
It K I' A I It S l
winch runs alon
Btl SOt it the c.
Harrison & Co were being made
t.\ the Walei works Department
.mil I lathe was held up
..' .....a ntorvali The long-
1 cat stoppage occurred betweon 11
l^' o'clock and II o'doek, tin- biarj
I breakfa>t period lor most city
R D Wen doing the job
bun ledly, however, so thai iraflu
rniKht 00 amoothl) again
Post said he was on duty on Bay
Street on August 3 when he saw
Norris carrying a bag 1I- not
suspicion an I III what he
had in It Norns started to panic
and he arrested him.
Moon: (Last Quarter)
Aaguat 5.
1 fc.sTCRDAY
Trmperaturr i-i.i[.. i.itmr (Mln). 76.5 F.
Hind Velocity; 13 miles per
hour
Wind Hirertlon: 9am El
P m K by S
llarometrr: (8 . in 29.B97
1 (P m ) I 9
APPLES!
WITH oranges and grapefruit
off the local market at present.
the Tasmania apples which ar-
rived from Australia last week
are being sold out quickly Al-
ready Goddard At Sons' supply Is
gone. They were sold at 40 cents
per pound.
Three normal ilzod aft
usually weigh a pound The
street sellers have taken on
now that the store ~uppl.es ha
petere.l run .iii.i theOS SHOTI
make good i- lui n when thej
sell them at 1H lent raeh
Hut thooK'i (aaiigi .md hi-i- -
fruit are not to i-e had,
bawkoi irai has an ample atoek
of other fruit* and greens There
Is M fair quantity of plantains,
local and imported, but mostly
Imported, and these are being
sold at an average of eight cents
each. There are also pine appl*
mangoes cabbages and tomatoen
They were Jacob Yorkc
Arnold Young. Edmund Boi
Marv Bernard. Dennis ll-i-iaii
J. Kednead. Nowel T..vi..i and
one other
This vessel also brought .1
quanUtj ol 1 opri 111 ol Rsh oil.
md trucks and Bull cases that
1.....i.'.-ii'l .1 ..ml I'
N., ..iher intercolonial vessel'
arrtved but tha 93-ton E. M
'Tannls" BOt sail for Trinidad
while um mof 1 -i "I it
Kudar' left I01 B1 LUCUI
Those vessels are all consigned
to the Schooner Owners' Asso-
ciation
SHIP UNLOADS LUMBER
The Mot. 1 Veen 1 Jenkins Hob-
erts. which arrived oil Weun*-
ggy, was unloading lome of its
cargo > 1... t top
Ihe limn I
Tin v* ' brought .
if lumber f"i M< 1 '
A 00 Ltd
iKHircrs that were un
Ir.iilinn the lumber >esterda> were
making every effort to get It off
the 1 Son,i- were pushing
long pieces through the port holi
.Mi Miller said that the hOPi
1 iwestanad labour an.
ha would second Mr. Mottle)
niotiuii. lie asked members to looi
at the mattci calmly .mo dh
I>assinnately despite the
ol the Vestry in the past. 11 W4
known to all ol then, that 11
ex-Church warden bad not anon
some money which had beei
raised In the 1949 -IBM I
.md ti.eie should then p
dilluulty. 11 was a malU-r 0
iple and even if they ba.
bad to borrow the money, whin
1 no need lo oo, the;
should pay the scavenger % Th-
are on their kn<-
m not cornnusndgna
Mi Chase said that he wa
in- p.md to Mipport Mr. Mottlev"
h 1 1 far as Hm> 117.000 an.
ha would suggest that bJ
it and let it refer only to worker
of the unestabllshed staff Thu
staff had the firm opinion ths
B eiitUle-i |0
get retroopocttvo pay as inch pa
was given lo the QoVOnUTiei
1 1 ... He had pl^Ufl hm
self to give assistance tow;. 10
their gelling that pay atnot
last election period and he di
not intend then to strav (
pledge
Mr Mottlcy then j 1
. had givt-n I I I B
t take In-fore the Ho
.. ,1.
psoyi
...
H
i!d first have to
., i on that question
Mr Coddard snid that he ha.
m M ease s
I'SUPERSEED
SEEDS
ADS
J t at, anapdKtsii '1 kn-i...
1 | u m Al....... A.t.,.

'burr Dtlli. (an,..,,,,.
(iiiywnUilmuiii. Lh*ii.i. Dahlia.

H"ll.li.* latk.y-i,. Man
BOH
>2 hind... Niarll.
MJ, I'orluUwra. Salvla. Ska-
1.1
Willin. Wrtmn l.-liK,

Two Letters
At this Mage in the discussion
the Clerk rend two letters to th.
Vestry. One dated June 17, 1950.
was from Mr. Weatherhead t
Pile, and the other dated June 14
was Mr Pile'* reply.
The tii >t letter reminded M
1 Pile that Mr. Weatherhead ha I
1 "omctlme ago requested the Ves-
try Clerk to ask him to prepare
an audited Statement of the ac-
' counts relative to the Priaonaa
; Alice Playing Field tor the inform-
ation of the Central Government.
iy Clerk had reported
' that he had made the request
two occasions, bul without BUCC
"Subsequently I invited you to
this office," Mr .Weatherhead'
ay letter said, and I spoke with you
Saturday it w ill' d you made a promise to let me
ANNUITY
The si Michaels Vestry at its
meelniM yastOI la) granted Mr*.
Lilian Drkex the vacant Prlrer
Annuity
nJJAtlTY GROCERIES
I BKII1 wlATJBRAI
LTD.
HARRISON'S
BROAD STREET
"SOLO" SPRAYERS
DOUBLE ACTION EJECTS ON BOTH
THE UP AND DOWN STROKES THUS
I'KOVIDINC A CONTINUOUS SPRAY.
II1EAI. KOII GARDENS AND ORCHARDS
compi ete with rrrnNas including
3 NOZZLES KOU VARIOUS MIXTURES
SIO
M
SOCKET HEAR SET
SCREWS
i. 5/ltl'. V, |"
ALL ONE PRICE
Ml i;.\t 1 uii
RRAI.S t II; AMIIS
(Ml l.vnuih:io Fn-i
(IENUINE MALACCA CANE HODS WITH
SOLID BRASS "LOCK-FAST" CONNEC-
TION'S Compl.U will. DOUBLE WORM
SCREW I'l UNdER. CLEARANCE WHEEL.
ETC

HARRISON'S
HARDWARE DEPT.
TEL 2364
GOOD and tasty
Sandwichc. have a loi v
rich flavour srben ai ,'.
msJc with rnsVnih!
how children go tor then '
There's goodness ir- that flavour
loo. Mannuc is rk'h in the Mi
vitamins that help to build up
bodily litness and res] Sanaa
to infection. Um it alw>
in iioups, BHWs, gravies,
sauces- -it'^ as economfcal
aa it b appetising.
Sandwiches
made with
MAKftliTf
The Vitamin 8 Yeast load
a
NELSON' COMING
ON SATURDAY
Lnata Nala
The C N S
c xpfcted to ai
110m North on j,
BT4I the following dav for St. have the required Statement; bu
Vinrcnt. Grenada and George- this has not yet come to hand
Brlttaa Guianii I "A written request has now bee-i
Thf unsigned toi received from the Social Welfare
c.jidinor Austin & Co. [Officer for the audited Statement
en aeae t
Fompil Mini-lcr-
aj from pare I
The Asm- I
. already put forward a I
reeommrndstion that tho Consul-
tative Assembly should t* the!
body supervlsini! the Suprn-Na-
Uonal autho-ity under which the)
Pool plan as proposed by Schumi
would operate.
Tin- leeond big t.ilkinir ptiint
ihe genri.. 1 proposal by tl
'ienci-l AIT..- I
Ing (. break lbs ban laid 'town ii>-
the Council statute forbidding all
discussion I on de-1
fence mat
The Committee has drawn up i
resolution urKina that the Assem-
tily should be able to hold general
debates on
non-rnilitar r Ii a
linked with the rkt
the security "f Europe.
Heater
SELECT TM9S8B
OoUtfa Cheese M
1 at. tins 4B
Black IVppvr n
Peppai 11
:
1 '.!
Walls Oxloni *- wges \yt tin Ml
Walls Pork Sausage* 71
Danish Ham Sausage .. 1-lb tins 1 7H
1-lb. tins .43
1 -, can per tin .1
- ..1 *a
STANSFELI) SCOTT
& CO., LTD.
MtrMii -nt. 1 1
FOG YOUe HOAfB^;
Sanderson Printed
m Beautiful Assorled*
Palterns, per yd
Cretonnes
I1.M
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd,
10. II. It, A 13 Broad Mroal


PACK SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY AUGUST 4 1M0.
HENRY
BY CARL ANniDc;,->\i
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNc
Pretty pretties in
RANGER
CY FRANK STRIKLK
lA^XOX
THE RIDDLE OF THE ROME REBELS
VOO PO NOT 00 CUT
o* voim w*v to /i-m h(( re oo jo
BE Vfrrv AtfCC 10 j Cdn'Vfii.4ND so.
M*. SlGNO*!^/f UNTIL IT 13 fimSfto.
"-, i-"~~ \j *5 **" T<> *** Of'
\\ ?AA*V HieHDS./
- Pf -
(Stop Pyorrhea
In 24 Hours
Amoian
rr Pr irrkra -Tr..t H..i.
JUST RECEIVED 3
r.i,. (Mi i
CM*
'.Ml I'.-illl'V
"FERGUSON FABRICS
ii
STOCKED BY THE
LEADING STORES.
Pkgs. Quaker Oat?
Pks. Quaker Corn FUkes
ritiirs
L K B Pea^ne*
Apperta Apples
Ouahrd Pineapple
Ccklail Cherries
SI iced Pinea pples
inrFs
Gropcfiiut. mi Oi
Gi;ipcfrun Tomato.
Pineapple
5 STAR RIM
J: INCE& Co.. Ltd. :
8 and 9 Roebuck Stn
Dial 2236
'.'.'..'.'..'..'.'.'SS.'.**S**S.V,

"--'""in,,,,,,,.!
BRINGING UP FATHER
GEORGE MC.MANUS
MiCCOMTf TO
STBJWOHTB-l UP
"S TOO MOT t>
>-T(-|> fT Hi
rxi jijot
TO'.IT A
*NO TT*V ID
kEEP UUUM

li' ill
KIRBY
OV-AM I OCAO
TOOTTMOMa--
>o ' frr i/e
ClOTi** OR*
AJ'T OJOU*
*-U*T DO V I
HV '.fTTBjr, I
.,. .- '...
votj abb ,__J
THAT hoj
'not up I
!*.< j~nn >><
ImiI'MwoiM
B*SANATOtSE^'
restores health, ymi h am! .il.'lit*
km feeling that you're loo cak.
il' an> Imincr kirnply meant ihat
rou'we bem taking uw nuwh oui ol youmaf.
Your body 11 ihon of to eicntial iircngihraiag
teed*photphorua and proicin.
TImum ttrengthened
To Rl v., right, you need court? of
Swuiogen* Nef>* loo. I ovj *la*attgag.'
lOoibtiiM ihna iwo graal body-buiUm* loods -
pbuapbonii and pi mem id ineir ofgarui. foim,
ao Utai tbey arc guktjy abvuibcd into yotf
lyMata. D.iy by day gloriom ne he-itih. yuuih
and vitality flow Ihtouah your whole body
you/ auen.-ih and wit confidence come back I
Sun OB a ..>( of 'Sanatogen* luday.
Oh aatl* ol fowl .Armlet, and drturajMa
vijtn Tf\ir
rooo
Mr. Factory Manager
LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR REPAIR PROBLEMS.
We can supply the following rx STOCK.
BY ALEX RAY"
,%^at V tw McrraLs... **'ll cmbck th
nowT /jo see t ces ?-as cEa'&'caej...
\C.S8..."-:
MAWgX tC -
IMf.^
----
BOLTS at KUT8-
Iron at Bright Steel All nlie<
BEARIKO (Plummer Block)
SKF BALL and Cast Iron Brain
Buthcd
BOLT TAPS at DIES
In Mta from \\" to V,"
ASBESTOS ROPE. TAPE and
riBRE. etc.
(TBE CLAY. BAFFLE BRICKS, etc.
Remember: -
'/* HtHlllOOS I Ol XMil Lid.
HEADQUARTERS TOR Ali TACTORV AND PLANTATION
SUVPLD38.
1*
MC'L OB81WON9
ST*riN /
FINE: F.kC! \\**T ,S NiS
OKAS NUMMRT I'D L
*J .'- ac k*c r s*.: c? L'*i to MM
SEB HWfVW b-=! i LUCjJJE is iM JB j
hS ^i^^ L bar ttagUafM
i-aSnt- Bwc .r^ i o r-a^^j^Ja^-BfEV. Jl
FOQ TWO C AvS... <*V^ ^- -*"^^ata1 i*
'KJtBKissVi alvflM
Ma y ,
OtSMCNC c* 1 ti^M
.viT-n.T lta> -.; 1 fafMBBEEJ
1-5 B'LL *#^M
Wrriii
w*w i

1 i IrsS
r^nUfVWfir. ONE solid
OF UNPRECEDENTED
BARGAINS wuson's
UARGAI-NS L1KK THESE COME TO YOU BUT ONCE IN A LIFETIME THEY COME
TO YOU THIS TIME, NOT TO STAY BUT TO LAST FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
WITH CUT PRICES LIKE THESE LASTING FOR MORE THAN ONE WEEK, SURE-
LY WE'LL BE SOLD OUT
YOl MAY BUY US OUT BUT WE GIVE YOU ONE WEEK IN WHICH TO DO SO.
READ Tins, VISIT US AND COMPARE PRICES AND QUALITY.
PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORr.S
RIM UNA.!*. XHaUM UAKIWi
picnj'E in rh'F bcnsui juhsle- -
TMtU I0NODANCI, ! klONM
Mil SOME F00H5HIRAVELEKARE COST
I'DIErrERFINOTHEM ,
BEFORE IUEV 6EFI' (WlBoi
INTO TROUBLE T
-^.i^)/
Bfiflf,
Fl'GI in Pink. Peach, Lemon
\ While 40c. per yd.
INDIAN HE.VD. Pink. Peach.
While Si Blue 34 in wide
_________68c. per yd._________
HEAVY QUALITY CASE-
MENT in Lemon, Beige.
Rrcen. Blue .- While 34 In
Wide, Price......72c. per yd.
WHITE CELLULAR
__________________84c. per yd.
LINEN Good-, for School &
bervanU Uniform 36 in wide
89c per yd. Several Shade*
iVIllTE CAMBRIC 3(i in wide
l iUy .......... 44c. per yd.
\ ALKO CAMBRIC Exlra
' leavy quality 36 In, wide
.i 5c., 60c., & egr. p yd.
iPOPI.IN in Blue, Peach, Pink.
' '' '- inU |i 54c. per yd.
SHIRTING in Stripes &
Fancy Patterns 36 in. wide
64c. per yd.
SHUN SILK, Excellent Qual-
.ly '.iO Shades 36 in. wide price
tor one week only 84c. per yd.
CANADIAN .- AMERICAN
PRINTS (S 54c. to 84c. per yd.
PLAID 36 in wide 48e. per yd.
MEN'S PURE IRISH LINEN
SUITING 28 In. wide
$1.8(1 per yd.
KHAKI DRILL 61c. 88c..
_________$1.00 per yd._________
GREY FLANNEL 54 in. wide
_________82.16 per yd._________
PLASTIC RAINCOATS Rood
Quality ..........$3.70 each
SHIRTS Roy Rogers Sports
Shirts ...........(LOO each
STRIPE SPORT SHIRTS
(1.40 each
SPORTS & DRESS SHIRTS
from 3.00 to $7.00 each
MEN'S PLASTIC BELTS
__________36c. each__________
LADIES' SILK STOCKINGS
2 PAIRS FOR .........$1.20
NICKEL ARM BANDS 32r
per pair
GUINEA BIRDS PUMPS
$1.48 per pair
CELENESE PANTIES
72c. per palr
LADIES' HANDBAGS
___________S3.00 up ________
PLASTIC TABLING 45 in
wide $1.30 per yd.
CLASS TOWELS 18 x 34
@ 46c. each
BATH TOWELS 18 x M
ii 60c. each
NYLON STOCKINGS Popu-
lar Shades @ $1.(0 per pair
LADIES SHOES A New Ship-
mer.t of these from Holland.
All Styles and Colours
@ $(.00 per pair
Other Shoes less 10% Discount
ALL TROPICALS AND
WORSTED
Less 10% Discount
SHOP ECONOMICALLY FOR THE RACES AT -
N. E. WILSON & Co., Ltd.
THE HOUSE WELL KNOWN FOR NEW GOODS. GENUINE GOODS AND LOWPRICES.
til Swan St. Dig,) ZB76.


II1II.W lll.lvT I i-i.-.n.
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I'AC.E SEVEN
CLASSIFIED ADS.
VESTRY
ion v\i.i:
ron III M
AUTOMOTIVE 3B2 lt>*rr< I)wl I -On
CAR IMS OarrroW a* * ni-\-i.int rdwli'ion. Tjre* '' R H*n -ear 1- Brtlpiainr. Si. Ai
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HOUSES
ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW Well
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i.miilinl mad sen lum* I-
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a> ir..m pa.* 5
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calling on m* with
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1. as well j. U. the Cen-
tral Government
'.Like tins opportunity In
...ii that I expi
have ready for publication during
the month of Juno a dul
i.-ed Statement of Par chiat Ac-
counts for the year l*49-50. in
accordance with Section Si of the
Vesti-ie*' Act. lull "
Iliftitultics
' letter in reply sUted
1 Mi Weathetlwad that the mat-
ter ol the Princess Alice Playing
Field niftl been ducuned a nh mm
(Mr Wealherhead), and that h.
knew some of the difficulties. He
would take the opportunity to
mention that it was questionable
whether it was his (Mr Pile'..
B to give a separate de-
tailed tatement, inasmuch as that
account would be incorporated In
the accounts for the parish. He
would however furnish what he
Bd) rand to fun
1 :' !iving the det.nl
Whftl British
Schoolboys
Are Taught
At. i
ii!
AUCTION
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
I h.vc been
FURNITURE
.... Thuradaa io-n a^j
. looted Ii
r.v I* will
- i
lemufht Termi Cah
D Arc- >. (II
Koch ro.
I be te-it.-l i
RFAL ESTATE
i BBiA'cHK si
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i.i. Sea-de
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Mafcai
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L-m aiipv oye*i
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MISCELLANEOUS
HOOKV- Sacond Hand. i-Metis
BMi I
Dial "1
* ro LTD
FOU S.U.E i|i wardrvba trunk*
Trunk*. Vall.e. OWEN T AIJ.DEH
U Dial 3*M
rwoctt
Damai-
rcirl" True" Cat
H Ja*on Jonea A Co Ud Molaar*.
Tank Yatd al ba. of ITmpirr Theatre
-.Ulna! "ill Ur ract-lvtd B
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Ytdaj nih A.irui it
I OS I A (III Ml
1.IIT.IN S IILRNCM COTTE Is da-
flnilaly lha moat drtlrliHi* i-.nnad
t -. II || ^1 "
BLACK J'I-AST1(* l**fTCET-IV'K
HaiTi and Martlndali-' R-;.j
rmdn- pleaic ral.irn m to tl>* B>K
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Aa*i>'-
uwt On* Oold BraeatM
(MH Club
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SHOITAKI. THKIT a*.**. ZZ
:'*! Pindn plraae rC.im !"* u>
Qaulbourra* t"'". M.pp Hill. Bt.
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PflkDVI i
OMN'II'FO A
tor achlna mid llr-d f*l. * <
KNIiniTI 1-ld
jtf|.!U*STONK. Coi.rrta fiione.
Karl Blnek-Siona smubia lor
aawlna Johnaon BUbita A Garana i.id.
PHI BW ' W-an.
BLVBI nUQMI SET
farms. Brooch. Plnar-rlr, I
n-l Why pay m-'a alaewhrr*-
Onif Store, Cnlartdar SttfTl
SWEDWAKE TirKET
i -. f
WANTCI>
HELP
A YOUNG LADY lo* >ui omra wllh
kmwimaj* ol Bok-a'pi" n-*n
tinnrniarvi Slai.otyplrt prrfambty.
Witts fill particular, of uuailftralawa.
rapabllitlM and ap*rWne* If any" W
Iinj. A BON. P.O. Boa in.
YARD ROY APPtV
I Hindu
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MISCELLANEOUS
Juit arrived Noble- A lloare lacquer
pcinta In aaveral coloura. including mr-
fiCf-r. primer, putly. compound, and
thfhnrra. Enquire Auto Tyre Company.
T'Bialsnr Street Ph-in^ BBS
3HW TFN
Owlnc to Currer-cv Control wa ara no
allowed to Import any mow Ant Tap
allhouah out of Hock, but B* -till hav
a cuppiv of "Ant Butlona*' which wt
el ..( the oune of the Peat troubtn
Price 1 per pk(e of ObtalnntoUi I
KNIGHT'S LTD HW J
ithi.u NaVnCBS
NOTICE IS lfEltEBY GtVKN i
nernardm- ruinrr l-r CBrriOUa 0
Rastttoa. Upper Ua*httr...t UM
Vklntown, Barbados. alnBIe woman. I
.. Ihr Oo'rrr-.r lO
rat Inti. and Uial fen* pecaon who know
-i.. on WBf fiatumlliaUOn ahouli
DM bo franlod hould Mod n writtn
r.l iirned tatrmatit ol tha lacta to U
Colonial Saerrtarv of Barbadoa. Publl
Bulldlnirv Bridjetowi.
Dated thli l-l das of Aufuit ltfl.
COTTIJ CATPORD A Co.
Solicitor, for Ml Bei.rdloe Bdmea
If furriwa.
20 MONTHLY
No *perlt
Uomlnlon* for pen
Mail only tako fewa da
'On. Prc.,i*ct Houo*. 1
Lcih Lanei. Ciujlaict.
NOTICE
Notice . hereby alven thai ijny B*T-
aoi> havlna any dabl or claim upon or
tin-tins the rolate of Auhrev Newton
Recce. late or IToul Hill. In the pariah
of Saint Thorns, who died In thla laland
on the Ilel d of Julv IBM intaetaia,
ate hereby required Is am-1 In parllcu-
I-.-- of Ihelr clalma duly aite-led to
Ihc underaimed in earo ol Mtan.
Hutfhlnaofi ft, B-nflel.l. Bollclt"r. James
S'iel .lrideelown. on or before the
IMh day of Septombar. IfeW afler which
d-te I *hall piocenl tn difUilmle to*
evart* of the estate mam Iho partloa
,-r titled thereto h.. Ins reSatd to Ihe
f'.i'M* and clalma only of writen I ha'i
lien have had nollce and thai I *hall
not bo llaMe lor ai-et* db diatrlbuled
to an poiaon at whoa* dam or claim
1 (hall not have had nolle* at the I
ol auch dlatrlbuUon
And "II peratm. Indebted to the aald
requretod 1 rt'le t
riotot
Baal
lalav
' J .
Eatate of Aubrev
TAND
"PAINS
Bd by U'.'.er. should he
n<.t be able to get the necessary
infv .nation for bis satisfaction.
Mr Pile then promised to get
Um Statement of Parochial Ac-
t'.in the necessary
lime, and in furnish any further
on r*qulr*d that it was
within his power to furnish.
Mr \V. ptBtlR, f,,.
: thai in bad baaa bbbwI
tbOUl the
' inoposc to
SB} thwi srhat thon quBBtlooi
(!. WOtlld in due eOUISB
| fumish them to UM W
M> I l> Mottlt) -aid that he
member of the Playing
\ itimlUeo ii .
habit to Barm on a con
yaa' man and knov nothlnti
;il->tit what was happening, but
M bad happanad to ba ill m the
Noi BtU lor Brtl
He I.ad heard Air W.,.lhii-
.i.ii.i utBi I.'' iiad heard
read M
Pilr's Kport Wh.it he \vas going
what in* alwayi thought
was the fair thing to 00 OM of
part- of UM I
bal ba rarnambarad being taught
to randei avO '" -vn
The ex-Chm ehwanieii. Mr
Tudor, was not present at the
and there was no ona
who could throw uny light on Ih.
matter except the cx-t hureh-
lle thought that Mr. Gale and
Iff Wealherhead were right to
linitu the matter up. bacntsM
eertaln -. tieat at tbi Pri and
Public had taken up the question,
and more especially liecau.se the
t I.A.i Linent MM asking for an
audited Statement. One could
Mil] main an audited Siaw-inent
if one had facta.
He would suggest that they
.should not discuss the m.i'.ir BD]
further Uat day but th.d lhe>
should call a special public meet-
ing of Ihc Vestry and Invite Mr.
Tudor and Mr. PQa to attend
Theie might be certain tilings on
which light could be thrown
They should not discuss it behind
Mr Tudor, back. That was his
attitude, mild Mr. Molt Ivy. and it
was unlike the altitude which had
been adopted toward, him when
lie had been 111 on one occasion.
Mr Miller said he did not wiint
to criticise anyone or do anyone
i. hit lie associated himself with
the remarks made by Mr Gale
I'hi- money that had been provid-
ed for the Princess Alice Playing
from the Labour
Fund, and bad
handed over to the Vestry by the
Government for administration
rhaj ware thaiacora wholly re-
ponalbla for that money.
Knew NuthiiiK
ll- too was a member of the
Playing r'ield* Committee, and lie
knew nolhing al all about the
speiiuing of the money
making that statement because)
many taxpayers and other people
nad been lo him They lelt that
: bed always represented prin-
ciples, but that hi- mouth
a) Freea Bage 4
under-lying it, is taken to be a
lace ol everyday life,
v hich is not open to queavioii
.T.d certainly is not a cause 01
surprise. It is only on such term-
.. |ha Mi nish Empire
m (l placa left for it in the
pOaaUcal itnicAira al the twenti-
-ih Kntury
The desnabilitv of this state of
p must be emphasised
. ol institutional frame-
work must be created lo bring the
peoples together and promote an
understanding between them The
British Council and the colonial
u' have important part*
lo ptaj in this respect, and foim
the most promising lines of ad-
the moment On the BUC*
h axpai inients. the pos-
i promoting ndarly
coramtUrUotwl advances depend. It
is therefore strongly to be hoped
thoaa ho attempt to
rzned bv him 'PP1"-"" "? colonies in the way
gneu oy nmi i*...u- ,i,,.i(.ri wit
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Atlti. I which \v Hi ba | lal GBB-tte of Thursda- LtM. Bl retail itllini! |
COLUMN ONE AKTUT.K mm rwo iNot more than>
lli Merchantable Pitch P.!i.-(Basle Siaa) f29oo par l.ooo board feet
trd Ausaat, iso
Attention is drawn to the Control Ol 1'iaes (OafaneaJ lAniend-
t.ent) ouier. ism. No ^b arhteh BrIU ba pyMtBhad in thi
Oafntel al Thursday 3rd Augu*. 150.
2 Under this Ordei the maxinunn tetail BaUlng price Bl 1'Blt*
imported Canadian Large Grade "A") is as follows :
i-'itr all ii Itiiv slim-s
White shoes, to pass muster
in lompaiit. mu*l be spot-
less, immaculate Use lt
Propcrt's White Kenosalo
or Propert t Shuwhilc N|
surer way of making sun
(hat white shoes arc while
AKTICLE KETA 11. PHU E .Not more than)
EGGS -Imported Canadian Large Grade "A" 10c. each
r ii or i. it i s
Stan hi n mrr. rkxovator
In Carfaaj ail* Spomg*
rd August. i;>50
Vacant Post
huh the situation demands, will
meet With a warm lespoiue fiom
them If this tr.kes place then- i>
.-on for despondency
about the future.
if Graduate Assistant Master
Boys' Secon lary School.
' i ill.i
I very well however, to fl .7J8 x $96 $2,160 plus a tei itiurary cost of living bonus at |
approved rates (al present 10'.* ) QuaUnCUeni and evi-rien..- will
b' taken into eonsideratlon in termimng point m .
Ikcale.
Passages on first appointnn al 'be officer appoint.). as *all
those of his family, net MCiadlna. IUe pBTBOni In ill, will be1
vlded.
Applications, giving full data Lfl ol qualifications and expeiien.e
panied by two recent testn mials, should be Bddfl
Mi .-.til .(in iiada Ho. S..
not later than 11th August, I9SH
The successful appl
llth September. 1950.
It :
keep the object of equal polit
status before us In governing the
colonies, but the transition from
Crown Colony rule to tesponsible
government should not be made
itKi quickly. Dominion status
should not be allowed to become
.\ hich is won, or a prire
reluctantly surrendered to those
who have been successful In a
struggle, it should be Willingly
offered at the end of a period in
which the people concerned have
been educated to receive it.
Finally, it should be brought to
the minds of the colonial peoples,
that first and foremost, they as
rising races have duties and obli-
gations to themselves, to the
Empire and to the world. The>
are faced with an opportunity to
build sound community life on
foundations already laid la tharo.
So much depends on them realis-
ing this opportunity that they de-
serve every encouragement If,
on the oth.i hand, they provi
t.-nt to Bottla down and lake things
M tnaj .ne. then there can be
little hope for the future. The
fa. that many of thi
kicking against the pricks should
he regarded as grounds for
tious optimism. The very aggress-
iveness of West Indians. Malays,
West Africans snd Cypnots, must
be accepted as the rise of young
and vital peoples.
We must not however, underes-
timate the seriousness of the un-
rest they may cause, for very real
and thorny problems are so raised:
but is evident that the future
lies only in the consideration of
these problems; if we neglect to
consider them, the future is ob-
scured in doubt.
Applications arc laWfABa i QraduatO Assistant
Master at the Grenada Boj s- I School
The post is iH'iis. ..!..! .i 'i.
FLY TO NEW YORK
.....LARGEST, FASTEST;
MOST LUXURIOUS
COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT
.WORLD!
the
ioouffl
(decked)
CUPPER'
-Church-
be his.
May mean kidnmy trouble
A I at Ban al tl* kidneys is to
c!iM.ii.iH- iMrmfnl impurities (torn
ilic >i.lcn.. If the kidneys grow
rs'inipiintiesatcum-
ulate and settle and often become
a cait-.c of pain in joints and
muscles. The wi / to tackle the
liou'jle is to help the kidneys.
They should be toned up with
D'- Witt's Pills the medicine
Skids speria'ljr (or this purpose.
D- W-.lt Plus have a soothing,
cleansing and anuseptic action OB
ft that brings ihcni
back to prrfotm their natural
Vfunction piopcilr. This well-
tried medicine is sold all orer
A the world and we bare many
I letters lin.n sufferers telling
I ol relief gained, after years
^ of suHeruig, by taking De
Witt's Pills. Try them
your trouble. Co to
chemist sad
get a supply
NOTICE
All persons running I
engaged in selling, or running
games at the Garrison Savannah
on August 7th. 10th and 12th
fied that I have authorised
EDWARD DURANT to collect fees
for such booths, stalls etc.. on my
behalf Persons failing to comply
with this order, will have booths
from the Garrison Savan-
nah for the three i3> days above
E C JONES.
Eagle Club.
Broad Straet
OUR
GUARANTEE
De Witts Pii'
aianiiia.turtdin kl .tidilybygl.
conditions \n& the ingredient* con-
form to ngid standards ol purity.
De WITTS PILLS
lor Kidney and Bidder '. .r
ibscd because the
happened to
hand
He was not accusing the a-
Churchwarden or anyone el:
Playing field Committee had
d two meetings and both
ad been abortive because UM 8B>
buichwardan had not attended
Neither had he attended the n..<*l-
iB| of the Vestry that day-
He agreed with the
made by Mr. MottIcy that thi
matter should not be discussed
A-nind the cx-Churchwurdr
back.
He wanted the public to be nal-
utled in mind as to wlMMsM UM
oonay had been properly spent
,i not. He hoped that the special
.mblie meeting would DO called
. as possible.
Mr. Graniiuin supported the
UaVHtlon for the special meeting
I it WOUU 'ai ili'ate mat-
ters il a Ibt of the unoarUflad
rouchara was praparad bafora Oia
meeting was summoned. They
might li*' making a mountain out
if a mole till!
Mr Mottley said they wanted
. 11 thi- vouchers, those certified
:'.i!led as well.
Mr Wealherhead said that all
documents relative to the matter
would he got.
Mr Chase suggested that a list
i nest ions they wanted to
tsfc Mr. Tudor should ba Bent to
him before the meeting, so that
I have time to prepare
repl'
Harbour Log
In Carliile Bay
|pja>
n..rdn Brhooner Adalm.
Lmnder. Sch Belqaoeti; S I
Cranaman; Beh Turtle Dovo; Brh
1. Bunii-la, Brra Kouurne. M V Ban
w..l. Sch PTinceaa Loulw
phlBp II nM.,i, sch L*dti
.n Q..II E BmiUi. 8rh Mai
ewl. Sch Starlon Belle Wolfe
I'Ortae. Bth Burma II M V
Oder. Brh Mnllv N Jonea.
I...... H.-.,r.-tla. M V Jenklm
ARRIVAIJI
Sch 'W-; ..i. M lor
Lin*, from t Vincent.
"a iiert A bbdc la lion
SB Cl-ilt anuui. MB
V T oncu. from Bl l.ueia
>-,-- a r i.ui
IHJ-AKTCKIa*
M V T II Radar, US On.'
inhibntd. tar *H I.n.la. Anti
i- nera' Awidatu,i
BM B y. Tannls
Ships In Touch With
Barbadoa Coastal Station
CABI* and WirrU
fdiiae ihal '- can
with (he folio* ln# ihlpa firough thai
I -rlxdoi Coast SUUob:
H Ji.lnl.nrr. B B Cavli
HorsnssrWrni B.B. Thaii
Ot Mhlll; 8 B A Kobe*.
S l.dy Nelvm. B S
FOrt Amharat. B *
% S Oranleat-d.
ASge-nUna. 8 H
,.!,.
\ 1.
Rnu S S
il: n 8 Ban Wlllndo S B Mar
IB] B S IJnaru.. S S ATKobac
Herdlla. S B Ranrlllki.
Roaario
MAIL NOTICE
l.wlv Nrbon will b.
beiatal Po.l ***tl. .
real arid ReaTlMere-l Maila
ORIENTAL
I rtaioH. ivoar. imk
Jl-Ullil hA"AII. TAP
rsTBirs. i.i "Vi
snu. TOPS > VALUES
OUR PRICES
defy COMPETITION
Ym kVothnlit .tint .V ##/ Ki*tntt 0nmt and #*rt--#4'-
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I'KOVIHION GROCERY aV ^
I UM UK I OKI \
r
I W Cut
Gouda Ch-e-e t
JVanuls
Choh-a- sailed Plari
.. nfnokad Karrlnr*
it P-u.
Choice aahed Bar*
I
NOTICE
"< ALLlNG ALL RAF.
PI KsnwEi."
There will be a meeting of I
the Barbados Branch of the
Association on Satur-
day 5th August, 1950
BriUan Coon U "Wata
1 pm.
ase m
Or It.
Mc tb
GIBBS' i.mii KIlUviN
RIM
Trr il
i b tea i aaa
WMB1VCME8
llll IIMIIM I >IIMMIII 'I
(CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. Proprietors!
Corner of Broad and Tudor SlreeU
I'RINTS W AMIABLE
Beautiful Deilrna
4te.. 57e. and B5e. per vd
IMIMKHTIC lit. per vd
CALICO 36 In. W1DK
InaurpaMcd In L)aalll>
Only 49r. per yd.
GINOHAMK In lovely Cherka
Z In. Wide waahahle
Only 47.. per yd._______________
IIF.AVY QI-ALITV LOVI I.Y
POPLIN ;>. In. wide In
Pink, Blur. Grey and White
lie. per yd.
l.OVFLY QUALITY PaUNOB
f.F.ORCKTTh Tr. per yd.
SOFT QUALITY UltEPF OF
CHINK 3 In. from II.H up
MVFN.K FOR I VIFORM* In
attractive .had. Uti In. wide
75e. per yd.
RROCAI1FS SPINS. MI\Mlr>
NATIN. TAFFETAR UREPES
all redored________________________
CRFTTONt.H & BEDTIUKS
also redurrd In i<-
I'l.ASIK RAIN COATS
In Pink. Blue and t.reen
For Ladles fjUM each
I.Alllls JI.RSFY PYJAMAS
In VajrlagBI Shade IMS per pair
LADIES VI SIS Z for $!.
I.AIMIs I'Will' !" rarh
Pl.AsMt IIEM'TIES >Be.
LAROC PLABTIO TAHLE
CLOfll 4H in. i 45 In
>l Mb rarh ____________
I llll Ii'R VESTS :tr. each
PLASTIC PANTIES
36e. OP
PEARL NECKLACES MSB UP
.. BARKINGS Sl.0> pair
BED SPREADS LOVELY
QUALITY. Sinih- S4.50. I>ot.lr
rMMlll QUALITY BKAHSIERS
SATIN FINISH II I? per pair
< IIII.DREN Rl BBI.R SANDLES
In all alrem S0r. per pair up
IIANKII s IIMMY ONES ll<- BP
BOYS I/f SOCKS l?i per pilr up
IT'S ONLY
THANI'
TO OrKDK VOI THB0E KKAL VALUES
Pr. Wm HFNRY ST DIAL S16h ami No*. 6. 12 and 33 SWAN ST.
CrVMrV!rV,e*.VCrBj*i%V^^
COMBS HAIRPINS. HAIR-
M.IDES. POWDERS. CREAMS.
PERF1 MES, LtyriONM. PLASTIC
BAtiS. SHOES, HATS. NYLONS
RIBBONS FTC-. and thousand* of
Haber llaahery Lines reduced
<;enis vests Z lor gi.to
I.I.Ms -.PORTS SHIRT** ''
fiFMs I'* JAMAS 53S0 per pair
f.ENTs DRESS SHIRTS fl.BH UP
1,1 Nls HHACFS IRe. per pair
OENTs sOCKS I .M. Jte. up
(.EMS MAMtKERCHII I s
1SV. up
KHAKI DRILL 59e., 75e. e. |LN
Will IE DRILL 7Be Be. per yd.
PLAIN A SHOPPED TROPICALS
12.00 per yd. up______________
PIN SHOPPED TWEEDS
FLANNI I, SERGES
GABARDINES
all I reduced price*
TAILORS Bl TTONS FOR
in\ls lie per dei.
GENTS SHOES. PUMPS. FELTS.
TIES, t NDERWEAR. CAPS.
CIG. f \SES. COMBS, W1WT1E8.
I i. H. and a host of other Line*
gJJ reduced for you
. mill' I iirlii A
1.iab tht> 00pt*i>r-
tunitu.
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PACE EIC.IIT
I! Mill .Iiti-. ADVOCATE
TODAY, AlC.rST 4. \KU
MARSHALL, WALCOTT
FLA Y SURREY BOWLING
LONDON, A
A ill ott put
the West Indies hhi on top of Sun-<\n\ ti
chirfl-
This h'ti they
0tain i nd mi
...
149 and ihi-y put or Hoi Uw Fourth wicket i Mi
The M ORtj fnm tuns In eriunl the fourth
wicket Mtord lOT the vVeat Indies in England
b] Worrell and Weekea in 'he Third Teal Hatch
ckcta ovei
' IRMI .III .1.1.
, credit, da -ties needed
..
'heir .
i g '
i h

iiMim >i\kiics
"Snappers"
Lead In
First Kouml
.'
Polo maii ii IwNMMn Snappers an Barracuo Barbadoi
AqaatM < tab yeeU
b Ik the most exciting r1
the two ed Sinppi
wan the match nve goals to tw.
: in lead
> ttlion.
lii the othei xiure -
i
love
The mat*. h wen a: follow-
SM..rdtMi ii l'li.e S
Police pJayfi i with 1 i
lutes startcrl -*rT defend!
u thnr goal
i, | ....
.Hid it was nut until mldWl
through thr flial h;ilf v
tra (cm ward f< .
lam.
Portly after tin
Oaottro} roatai -cored tbeu a
end p il
Al Um Man 11 tlta m
Swordlish opened lip
Portillo in m-lhioui h
lo send in goal numbet IhP
.low rang* Than tooli <> i again and ored n i
ill in rapid
it then forw ii
ad
Um Bwnh :' i forward
final lUac) i ird Jon
h i lime Hi.- b I1
re-bounded into play II
n.'ii i ollared lh>
. "ilnn t
,
lamnuoaa .' Batracudaj I
Darraaudaj tMnnletely outplay -
cd Snappers in the m i
Uua v.-. Fan md Mrnewhi.....ugh
game, and though Hilly Munniur.
lor Snappers opened tin
Herbert Purtiiln plat lag on UM
ninrarniaat wing hoi uw equal
bwr aUaaat
without avai looking al
the gool lip Beared wltti lovab
Shot from ., dlfl
Barraeudaj kept ui U i
but thin- forwarda mined golden
opportunities after good win k in
their bach Una by Charles Rveij n,
lla-il Brook ..nd Km I -
/Minnm in hall time howevei
Kenneth [no
ii. tiuike lhi
favour of Sn.i|i|'i' .is the whistle
went for the Interval,
Half tin over Sneppi
their (am and ti-
George awelean Kored with a
well placed shnl i.ui id reach of
goalkeeper Mine I'eic Ii......ii
red and no
long aflar IHi Herberl Portuk
again came Into the inline l>>
one* more beating (he Bnappei
gualkeepei T.ivloi With the scon
I three goals'
were kept very excited and
Barracndu tarn ware aeon looking
foi notbi i i i
Snappers however had other
Ideas and they lumed on the b
itiv before
lime. Kanneth mot followed I
Dalheri Baoni u i put tin uu
ix'vonil daubl aa they .
Taa i'-.......n followi
Swordieh \ Weaiherhcad,
(Cap) >. < Poafca N Pmilllo M
i; l- iirla, <'. Jordan M
FMagjarald
PoUci E ll.irri'. W Phillip'
Mc II Hull .i i in) i I. Dod-
ajn, ii AUeyne, t wuilanu, I
Aehby.
Barraeiidai I! Pen r, K Taj loi
P Flet.-hiT, C, K.v.l.n It Brookl
(Capt.i, II Portlllo, R
quickh
N< thai gave n <

Hi; 11 nun-
COLLEGE CADETS WES
I \ TER PL A TOON SPORTS
A I.AltLir. cumbei <1 pa.ents and frafAOa i tfed
from Ilarnson College, Combermere and Lodge ><
lurned ottl I -ke part in the Cadet- Into
. Spurts which was held at the Garrison Sav i
ly iifiernoon.
Number one platoon (Harrison College, was th:
Champion I'liituon with Id points followed cloai
Kumbi il.'Kli^e) jnd six (Combcrmerei a
point!
UM thii.- ;.nn gave a good exhili;-
: split nit" 1.1-1000- control.
-ii< i one and two platoni^i The i..tlet wdl be bakin,
llage, Nuana ramp oa Saturday.
Ixxlge and Number fon
No Hark Pa>
For Kniployr-
. Second Divitiofi Fixtures
self that i


-i that idea

el they

had ln*i
ing forward i" it '
i i
t
.
i
lUrd Drives





Ain lledaer.

l.i .md to-day
. ! tnpUad hll
.
.u-khig a ball lo
..-.. i .
r.-.-i*.' for just over four houn<
Hov-i. rs met with mori
'
in .-i ho].i eigl '.
11 in 4S ralnuf
i. .
!!.. IN i the >ni -
R i, n'hm r/n ui the
it owing io a grltht dull
ploj
T '
. |
k rev* .. i
led v ith ;. ball which hll I
i. i i
lendi .!.- h :
vllni...... hi It
bad thai I i player left h
iidd for 'jo tnlauMn gfid a
a ii*rf catch
I'niiHliililes Defcm-i-
Thli
t i.vim: w w.roTT
M.
I..."
i
The We>i indHa were all out at
i t.i I i.f thnr ninth wichet Tor
unabM to
Dg lo illness.
.^nih wukct pu.
on 47 runs in as many minutes.
with thi no* ball Met
tkea on the
lag -id. II B wlehetJ to t>e dow-
t.* in. ^
-i '. m Ifnmadhin VI
unabh ''>il. but only klx run.
ran ...i". I bel n Bi daw struc';
; ui txnehag Vaaaatlni I
o thai the Imrlngi cloaad for 43'
m .....
i .1 not nut :itf hail usei
i. but ii'.-
should have been caught when IS
Burnt* made had start in then-
bid t<> W.V0 the inmngs defeat for
with only 8 runs scored Worrell
'i -i Mc Hedser.
TreMrail. 12th Man
Humarlhlii though stntnl to >'
nut undul> ill did not ii Id win
i. (Or tru
ii" ''
.is twelfth in.in
i I kept ih
lulnnan qulel with theli
. I liiiK but wit!
.. bad light ruippad plaj
It wai possible I., resume lat-
and Iban wonall had May cnughi
bul Cenetable earn* In to stay wi-i
.. until xtumps
JRJ 29 for a.
BOV MARSHALL
. 1 III i" i.....ii

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... i ... -
i.i
i, \ v n.^i.
. .. A V Bra.ft
UMani i
gaiaai
Toui
Kill I *. t
Ml i ia>, am. faM s-
>--**
DOWI INQ V.'-M.YaiS
l..- i. : I,
-.. ,. v. '.
V IIMIOT
i . I. V
,11 b W.n'rll
.11 OKI
rough)
continued lo defend aritta fl I
lock unl i.iwn
Suiic till needed 244 runs to
nil teat wtt'i

Co n ulng their overnlghi
fourth wicket partnership, Mar-
shall and wairott hrought Ihe
We < Indie score
against Surrey at the Oval ban
without liein.: parted At Ihe inter-
val the WcM frailaa replying lo
I ' LCI, wara 42 ahead with
kets in hand.
51) In Hours
A hill, lab i BUM Marshall s
methlng wei 1
When 71 with the total al 181.
Wak-ott might have been caught
aara
> day was a very bright 01
..II the boys ran around n
vesu and shorts Bvei
awaaaad whoi a woraka
they were having at i
-rack*.
event on the pfO-
H the ChafiOt Kan- au
this wan run over distance oi
50 vaaaa and all platoons took
par! Thi* race was very amusinp
and spectators rocked with laugh-
is the boyx tried tn dlsentanKh-
themselves from each other at
the Onuhing point Numbei on
pliitnon was the win
inking a late start
Obstacle Karr
in the ohstacie Raea two lean
n platoon ii-stle.. to pa1
the tlrst obstacle which
plaaa al canvas spread on
ground with eight boys sitting
the edges to keep it down.
irawled under the 0
rjvaa but very few ca
.ui looking pteiiwd with lha
Next ordeal
.. .; in which maaj baa
Who tried 10 eat then bun* to
. 11 lv -finked themselves
v plata Combat
on this race Itaji
y net ... n tha (Iroo i Race a It
Captain Perkuw i akaa m and
When toe pnigramme
eluded Sergjaaat n BtuaM of ti
IPigllliaill ^hulled II
boya with ome "atuni" ridrnaj <
. metal > vile. He i>cri
the Irark it hrenkneck
Itesults are as follow
1 Ctiaiioi IUc*-W Yaia: Ui Ko


T Cmlipmlr H^w M Vsrd< 1
.1 .. Jnd .Vs. 1 PI-
' '
V.ird. to
1*1 .... i a r 1 Pl..loon
m .
1 is VarOw im
.1 PUlIOUt:
i..t No 1 PI.1.-.I.
i *rk Rmer- SO V-.i 1 !< No

m ... r..--.
na. (.* PwaOa " Cnirt M
Oraaaa
t aanmna B*-h*-j. _' \
1. St. % Pllt-i. I"U aa i-
iiui jra. No 1 Pl^Uon


-


H
ti it
S*aw*
I. .
M ,
(Cant.) C MacU-an
Rogn u Bat rdati t K laer. H
Manning
The rcfert'i' was Mr W Glbbf
A* Thursday August 10, is ,
Race Day. next week's llxturei
will be plaved on Tiuudny Augiisi
8th. The fixtures are Sn.ippc
Swordllsh and Flying Plpii vg
Bonlt
Murtimlalv Fnr
Commamwealih XI
IX>NIK)N, Auk I
E A Marilndale 0< Ihe WjM
Indies Is Included in a Common-
wealth team which opposes at'
England side in the first match
of the Kingston. Surrey <<-..-(
festival starting Angus' 30.
t lunch ih<- rourth wicket pair
rare si m together
II In, who leil the Held
after lunch yesterday because .1
-. bettei i o. i. i.
The 1". .nil s Manager Mr Kidnc
raid Rmnadhin hope
m ihe day.
["hi ait I.....lea saw
"> W* t i..... ii ken fall, a
nun i .oii.ipsi- arttlrtf In ome the
big fourth wukct reand wa broh
on
Tiie portnerahip had put on 27H
1.1.,,i in rnln ti Mai
-lull hM M lours |n .i
"..uis. 35 minutes, while Walcoii
M roart ai well u
-.ix in n Iiltle over 4 hours
Look add Laker bad charge r
lha bowling after tha interval, bit
n steady rate of scoring was main-
tained W\, ... M i'ii.ill I
the oentury, his fourth of the toui
and the partaerahlp reached MO
uw minute flerwardai and ju^i
behne Maridiall got Co his hun-
dted lii Waa his third three Ii
i t> Ot lha summer
After l.tim-h
Marshall war particularly wvei
on Lock. nrM Ihe lust hundred
runs after lunch toot) only 51
mi nil-.
Whan waaterman came on Wni-
eott ooked hun i.> the ooundar>
..mi then arova a bidi uut or the
gaaahri bx i\ I tin auna over
Walcott did not .survive very Ion*;.
being taken at the wicket off ..
i-u ti ne stroke and it was Parkrr
In ad these two wicket-
Wlth CraaiUaal Bad Comae to-
gether the game quietetl omwn
th.,ugh then- wai lull value from
every waring stroke
Then Parker hcl.' a hard h t
i aad it .nl.lon todismi
Touring (iirls
Win Fir si
Neti>all Game
A LAROI crowd H
the (Queen's College g
lerda avaninj t< the Net
i.;.ii garac between giria of ihe
Olympla Club and ihe visitmg
i of ihe Bishop'*
...... ton won by
10 B Thai was than tb-t
.engagement of ihe tour
Hla txcellancj the Q ivai i
i Savage, accoinpaiued in
Mr w. Lambert, Prlvwte Sacra-
Bavage, -'"t
of the Oovarnor, attended Hi
......aanbi of both
look Ihe flrsl throw
III
.1. ..n Spk <: m "I thi
for the visitoi teall> gave the
local nils a lesson in shooting.
Out of 15 tries she sent--
. il.nt in that position
......ceived a pass ha
team could nearly always he sun
i-i .in additional goal.
The Othei shunter. June Awnl
bad 13 irles but onli icorei II
. is adtve ui that 1 '
nd oltho <'ii on bh it
on < thai rim rxnruifcu-
led much to Spicrr's scoring spell
i i ii-iil girls. Oloru Ra i-
y had m triei ind
hll* Jean Vaughan hurt nine tl i-i cored four
THI SCHKKN'S MOST ADORAB1 I ALAN
Jft % Vlk as fha American soldi* who
Ho
C
nd with Uw
"- 'by the need
%ThcyTl Do It Every Time
^V^Ey MAXES MERSEY AS GlAMOZQjS
AS A M0V1B Q-EEN... AND mo&Bv
PCESN'T EVEK KNOW S-JES Oai EAR-h-
But _et him
cttch her m
her rei-ax1n6
pups-he lets
60 LIKE ATHiRP-
6V6E J0C Evan Honours
10 evenly ibv 11 r| p
tcs l>efore hall III f
- M B as fOW .ill
fter I; hop's Hitfh School 1, h
it UirOUl 1-
uut the game Jean Spicer. .il
a good throw, found (he
net. So..11 after one of the
waa pasiulised and 1
waa awarded Jem Vaughan mn
wuh of ihe net
Befora half tuna the vlattori a I
ti-il .mother to put IbeiiiM-Ki t .
gaiali in the lead Shortly all
resumption <;ioria Itamscy
to cut down ihe lead of lha vinto
Al this stake the visitors wc o
getting Into uSetr Btrkle and h d
Ihiagg ihaui own way. At the I
iff they sllll appeared ful
energy and looked ag though the]
would have taktui on ,-tnothei !." I
loam light away.
On Hie ottiei hand the local
girl- .ippvurod to be all
Bx |i
s"iSS SAS hBAP OC OSO!
ollvou WMgsoRE Autie:
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