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PAGE Eir.llT IIVKU \IMls ADVOCATE Barbados Turf Club 2/SweM>| YOUTHFUL Mid-Summer Meeting 1950 PRINTERS S9 SI I.II.s MU4) A i< / — AA to Z/ ami A A A m t.t.t. I "< nip lei* 590000 T,. %  I.. gacl *283.2O0"'i Ltti Oovt Tax ',. l. mi 23.000 00 PlrM H 11 *. S 44 :t.: Hi SfCVIHl U BM M Third .. 41* 11.112 00 Fourth 2t 9.490 (ill Fifth 1 %  1HIII"" Sixth .. 1 ". .' |M nit Reeenth 1 %  2^99.00 Eighth 1 2S96 00 Ninth 1 %  Z.A90 00 Other llorws Divide (#5.11.34 each) It '; I .... M Serial Priacs 2 '7 f. IM.00 50 Other Pri7M Div.de (207 88 %  MBl 4 111.384 1)11 Two <2> Consolation Unties 3 7.78100 Horse Owners divide In proportion Win 4. Seoiul 2 Thlr. 1 1 Hi NMO Sailers' Communion III nui Charity 1 -. 2.390.00 Expense 1 ". 3.19200 Turf CU b II '. 38.940 00 N • 24 H20 00 Seller* ol Tickets drawing Prize* div. I tn proportion itlollows Seller nf First Prize 9,1 I Bl l" Stcon.i > 1 nui Third Prl 31' 1 454 3.1 Fourth .' at* .12. M nfu. i 2 259 flO %  bat mu 11% IW M SnWt Pni l| II-'IMI rr.j* 173 Ort 1 riM Otr#r HOTSH Divide 'I* 14 % 173 M 1.917 20 Consolation tkor*M 3 9J| I 1 Srul Pi.w dividr • 7I i 1 II •%  li7*i L*rt*j; number ol 1 sa • %  na • 1 1 19930 eSM far : : %  a nan .-* nambrr IVMl ~.\-. -tM ntaraaOT 949 0* • M 2S9 90 129 90 %  90 -i Mi •5 I 259.600 00 Results of 6*1. Consolation SfKH %  V fc n lit jr •40' 1 !•> %  Sad n %  :i, %  r,3ii 1 %  %  4Ui 4th 21SB 1408 Mb 5Ui %  %  i BHS 50 00 Hlh 0th DU4 mi 30 0u l 7lh 7th 7441 4M*0 M M Hlh 8th 2205 5055 20 00 9th •th 8570 8K4M a 10th 10th 5347 5700 20 00 tlth Jllh 4962 B801 I 12th 12th 1431 7978 10 IKI 13th \XUv ami :i.,'.* 10 M 14tr. 14th K .in Oil I Ml. l. p 4Ji 0310 |U (Ml mci Itftlt ii4<> 194S ,i. i 17th I.Hi 33 lw 2IT to 00 liih mih 8070 mi 10 u.. IOUI lOtr. •m H4A2 10.00 Bon aoih .33" :i32 10 uo Jin 2! 6238 T254 10 (Kl 1 22n.l MM ISTS 10 M 23rd 23rd *.'> H i 24U> 24th 97(H 2109 10 "Id 2Sth 35th 0742 3911 31th •0th 23M HM 27 th 8786 %  '• %  Mth Mil BT.2 29tl. 29th ,:i'.'. 9937 %  1 1 3-rth i.v.. RRfl 10 M N 3820 MM OM 714B 8794 0913 -(I3i 1037 OBflS 7992 247 R 9474 oo SIM 144' ti .'AVI IM 13 W 9319 !>629 3701 1577 %  TIM mi 90C9 111* i:-. i i LM %  HO .I mi in' .ii i i 30 in. 20 tin 3i 20 on 20 00 10.00 10 00 it o lo 0 %  I'i M la on %  10.00 lo 00 10 (M lay 10 00 WIN AGAIN ..iin* Youthful "i Tin. rauiht oi I \: U ft run* yt—in.i..> j\ Kiup.i. %  A-"* Hall h Mia) cneiuM *riire.l 131 and in.i.po.ii will. %  Xi i,ll-per wai due miiiiily lo Heece who took four of the wicket* for nine run* %  W three for 17 Castillo who toaaed the ball quite hlh when bowling took two for seven A Prfct Wicket Winmiiii the tuts Skipper Cuffley Mnl the I'nntci % kt bat on a perfect wicket Moon •nd Morns opened for the Printei* to the bowling of barker —tall first diviMfor Empn IMI Boachford Soon Moore waa run uul lor twe and Morris when the score wag 28 wim mcelv euught l>v Fields off of Barker Taitt did not stay very long after this mid he was beaten all over ind bowled by Ilaiki'i who hod now da^raaopM i [ol of puce Sookr short and stocky Ihen came and changed the complex ton "' the game by playing length balls and htttin, tM tOOM ones when lb*) ame In him His 42 waa chuncelets and attractive but his stay came toi an end when he was stumped bv Harper in atteniplinK and drive Seoly After this the end soon came tar Printers and UM | their innings at 131 just before lunch IKiuble nmi After lunch Harris and Orannum whi opened tl %  for the Teacher* were the only batsmen t.> reach double figure^ Grannum scored an amusing 13 and Harris 17 The atasoned players of the side — them first division players failed tfllO pinned The tail of the battlna order down with his toaaes. On Sundav ihe first encke' two-day test between th* Club and the Youthful Printers opens at Empire grounds. Bank Halt The teama are aa toUotM &% LS& IffWC Harewood. n Archer, u HusK atn, T Mavnar t i 11-011 Youthful Printer* W Moin(Copt). O. Forde. C Taltt J Moore, O Kniaht, .1 Toll. W Reece, C Castillo. N Sookram c DuKknan, M .faekman Warwickshire Wins From West Indies By 3 Wickets 7.So 01 •"', 2nd 3rd 4th ath 6th 7th 8th flth lOth 11th 12th 13th 14th 1Mb lilOi 17th 18th 19th 20th :'isi 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 21th 27th 28th 29th 30th 9430 8709 ; %  .-.... I 7001 7361 MOfl '.I.M. 8883 5292 •584 3536 9977 4960 4378 4321 1055 3078 7300 539* 5451 4212 899!) 0127 2531 80.17 7311 1624 5193 1643 11.2'.' 0615 9?Jtl 1118 11 3723 684 n 4211 7289 6117 0264 389(> 8710 4800 4212 0078 7950 2596 5210 04 Hi 0845 8273 0051 3438 0223 0342 3202 en, 2065 8983 14ft "ft I loo oi! n ojoj 30 m\ 20 00 I 2u M 20 00' 20 00 20 Oil 10 OH 10 on 10 IHll each Series .1 i) QUMPLtfl MOHHIS SKlNNr.lt LL -. BXEETI per H H I.K.V %  %  io T* omomv i RVMUfl BUT 6MM1*1 mum nt timt *KM rooxwe fW • LOVKV I .10 Other Prizes # From Pate 1 0148. 6H83 C. 2216 ft 4013 O. 3183 I 6215 L 7449 8829 O. 27M. 1816 B. 7941 ft. •457, 644R T. 4742 w. •Ml ft 447* AA. MM F.E. •73 322I. 0841 FF. •244. 5268 iO83X1. X3S3 IX. 8373, 17 sex •. 9tM NS M19 rr. 75114 7A83 8731 4561 RR. 3177 U. 1^. 5747 sr. 4270 ww. B368 XX. 3942. HI* TY. 1962. 1432 ZZ. 1203. 7239 ((< %  8882. 2221 DDD. 1368. 362 ooo. 4587 There were joyoua act t %  ie lust oou v during UuO ioui |g)aHj|Hion grouad toi yoari rrttchai it hiirdiv the | %  I the ten on the Held to congratulate the Warwickshire player, M QM I tnd coats to U:e a.r Waiarbtksl inhod a struggle to get the 95 runs needed to win Ten runs were required when the only 'elding lapse of the matcb *• made by the West Indies—MBr%  hall at deep fine leg dropping an easy catch when Don Taylor. Warviclcshire'a New Zealander. who playad < big par) In the victory. turn Jone* WarvirkhlrVa buccesa on a >i>' itng pitch %  vaa due In the main to the llw bowling of Grove m the first ind Hollies in the second. i'i i me forceful battinit b) Wolton Once Warwickshire bj lift K wicket siaud batwaai i W..m n tnd Walcolt early today, •rickets tumbled .is Hollies fnm %  I the pavilion and, He sent back Christianl. Williams, and Walcolt for 1 and then fowled Piene. the last n out "-oncedirg another run The Wot indies were determilii to nght ,i w.,1 A!, kahln ui d their second innings |Q 2". minutes be fin i lunch Uardnei at i npson could score only 8 ugainst the light howling ol Vilme and Jones Then at 34. W.n -A u-k--t.il loM bt.th opening batsmen as .h %  .,r i 1< nt i in I'slid |o a ring of cloaa 10 un the bat Meanwhile Taylor balled soundly I well and hit Ji Valentin* reallv hard Hall th.-.ide Ml out for 82 Qrd came m to but with I badl} damaged thumb. Ha 101 0 %  %  U) l'i in and Kardar left when four were It* win Every run waa cheere kxt .it lunch Worrall and WalcoM booari oaulousWi acorlnR 22 runs In the first half hour <.IT Hollies, who made the bull lurn a little, md C. kept a good length with the wind behind him The weather was tine but cluudy. Deserving Win Thf new ball was taken at 101 and Wuirell immediately drove Oiove to the long-on M but when 48 he played forward to %  mger and edged JIRMINGHAM, Au. 11 here lo-day when '.Varwirk•tdo U) beai the West Indiea %  a .II.I uell (MI iu II wo IIHUU.I l i %  lo second slip at 182 .n -a" %  ame back into the attack and v/hiistiani with a covwi two cn-drtves nit him toi tniet lours in the hist over UoUkw took inrec wicket* without conceding a run during his next UUM overs. Chrlstiant MRpaklO Qy) and was beaten by 'oe pui .lid Slumped Warwickshire's opening p a i i took the score to 34 at which Loth fell. Thompson alter hitUna Jones rcr lour behind the witfeM fell in the leg trap and In the next ovei '.-lun.-i hit his ofT stump n playin/ bark defensively lo hlmi At 43 Spoonei was caught bewnket off Valentine and after Don Taylor nad hooked the boundary for four af| without scoring. The ahlra Captain swept Valiniii.e to leg with power but Jone, [OR leapt into the ail .ii.d look ,i brilliant right hn. calch. A pull b> Taylor off Jones sen up 50 aftei 95 minutes Shortly afterwards Jones was rested after" bowling for nearly two hours ftrin| .ame on at 62 and bowled Wolton with n ball that shot thmugn low Tayloi d rovj Valentuie successive balls and with On'.. %  no battad with a badly bruise't %  hunib, ran several sharp singleOrd left at 72 lbw. to PierrBgsd a' 85 Marshall at deep fine leg missed an easy catch which fT the ime bowler. WHk (OUT Fraea Page 1 %  ...:a lor calm as smoke .".all. The bomb burneil PR | tlremen Bnwl %  It out It landed among ftoatal ties a few in< h< Spaak. ni..tb.( ol Paul Hem > ..Former Sociah;.' I King Leopold in an .In ll.lgian people toiuglit appealed to diem to recover the-r %  |l loi.rotd He asked them lo maintain toeir traditional Inxtltu v.hich had safeguortled the coUn%  ,iv for 120 years "I am asking all Belgians to ..•lnsrer their aitarhrr.rn,' from me to my beloved son." All Belgior* to whateve I -rty they belong should rally rccor.ciled around the Prince." he said. King I-e.ipold said "In the turmoil after grave events which we hav,. just HaOd Pi rough, my dutv impels me .o Iddresx all Belgian" 1 am addressing myselt c ; iiefiy to iliose who have remained faithful i. iploie them to allow Ihe w try to find again POMR National concord %  ^Ifcus not the moment tfive vent to resentment." "1 am ignoring my own per h favour of the supertm Uteri of my country "I beg you to do likewise order thai my gesture of ren_. Oalton should not be in vain I thank from my heart AM |l RDda of Belgians who have — pressed their loyalty to ma such fervour.—ftessler. Tl is 1 ,',ll.. l-nlcli. Ml %  *< l> Vlenlirn> %  Malaoti h Vifc-nniT J„nrh ValSMtlH %  %  1. Fleirr i. VaiMUns Tat i iiof ; ajaRstsi KOWLINU ANA1 VSIs V.l. %  Pw-rr* ii %  M 4 n* M IS SB S t IT lb 1. w 1. lo VBilenllnr %  wMat I KM K TU MODI I MARLBOROUC. H, England Town crtar A. c Culley is to lire at the age ol 63—lo become artist's model Culley is desibed as lha moat handsome crii i the town aver had. Caa. Pre**. SUGAR-small samples for big markets CLOCK ON STRIkl; PORTSMOUTH. England Porlimouth', Guildhall do. K wil on strlk. for an hour. I' I'himed continuously during lhal luno.—4CP) RAINCOATS IN PLASTIC FOB LADIKS I'ink. Bin,mil 0MM $2.18 EACH PLASTIC HEAD TIES 25c. EACH PLASTIC PANTIKS for Bnbies — :l6r. up SHOP AT : THANIS l'r Was. Henry and , 42. 53 8waa Streets S \ 11 UDAY. Al'C.l'ST 12. 1S. 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Noi only 'unar, but all goods shipped via the P.I..A get the beotrtl crs. rrmbolisoi the comprehensive service orlcrcl by the P.1..A. COVCQR9| every held ol intcrnaUoruil trade. HE STANDARD VANGUARD ( TUK FAMILY CAR -POPULAR KYKKYWHKHk, 6H h.p. 6 st'utci saloon llll': SI YAMAIIH 12 nil. PIIK-1P I III SI VMMHIl III I l\ I III a VAN The hofll \.ilue iu their CtMl today. See them at CHELSEA GARAGE |1950| LTD. Durinp their tour of ihe United Kingdom the Weil Indies Test Team are having their shirts, flannels and sweaters washed exclusively with Rinso. This is a service Rinso i; proud to give. Fur J mUir, hrjf kH m a t i urn Rime. MB ,... .. %  '.•. ... Rw*> MsS l :Jtir, ,/ gay. Pot >' %  'timnk..... :.iJii:,m I Hmtl A^vnla Tralaigar Strvcl Rim tVsaSHfS WHrER! QUI EiiSIER.'



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NATI'KDAY. AUGUST It I9SU. BARBADOS AOVOCATI. r\(.i IIIKM "And now, comrades, to ike barbarous Roman Empire—.1 period u'hen ONE could decide war or peace for the entire world" The Fourth And Last Test Match TODAY the Wnt Indies, becin II* loui Hi .ind Bnal aim vi\.i| mgl Ol this Tuur at the Oval, with '•• %  1 %  : the whole cricket world dxed upon IhU hiMortc piece ol 1 .igllsh tin f The Test wore to i"l* 1* 2—1 In favour of *e West .lie-. and '"'i. of the questions lo be answered are:— Can England even the score b> liOlhff .Mir Can the West In I'.CS keep the rubber by pel .iiolhor \vm" Will the game re %  % % %  -< tlrugg),. II] !*•!• oin" In a draw"' in third occasion •',. i. m ..,, which n" Tourist-. IhC Oval They %  pi.... Iwiea, wmniiuj the U inning* aft'-i ill* lirnt hail % %  rulcl m a draw; arid I i .ivi,.r the Weil Indies batsmen gave a Rood account of t|VM I'irst GUM in. r.111 game, in May. wat ihe third ItaUirv >'ii the cam. and .he Tourists hit up r.S7 for the low of ;i to) il which has been ii pped only lour tunes since — 'So nrai CambrMja, S3* versus Hampatilr. i.tt' I^I-N. I shtie and AM versus England in the lt"rt Tri In the second 1 0Vi I week ago. ire West Indies' 4S4 proved enmigh to v.111 uie game comfortably S it is on the cards that with their fair shore of fortune's lav out Hi" West Inches will do well :>the Oval, a ground that has i : *il towards visitors. The Wes.' Indies have jrat to win a game there, but one <.i their best performance* in 1 1 to this Tour was at the Oval Itt-vicwiiig the 1939 Tour which rcviated by the outbreak of war. th P Times" of August ?fi lecords:— One CumpUMrdi or the thraa Tai Mali 11 which were played only one VnM 1 mplatad, when England won ..t lord's by eight wjefcetJ But lho West Indies tan certainly claim to have shared the honour of the last game at the Oval where they gained a lead of 141 Eight Granted Ifarbour Log Letters Of In Carlisle Bay .. •• %  a I M I r nwt<*S rriflimui Sch Aamimstnitton \ T • r Rr*, In the court of Ordtnar) jraata* 1 iaj tie patiilaai ol tuhi people ; %  of lattan ol AdtnumtraUoii were 1 granted bv Mis Honour the ChaK Judge. Sir Allan Coll>d.tr> Rl friiil*. lair -I n BiiWH"-" < %  %  € .:.ti,*l Cull a Im.*— ol Urn • 1 b Dai •-law"I b. ,u -i> %  w %  1. 1 : Th. Chief jmiwf adnatnad to 1 r ibaH in a I Via followKdv..mi %  meat Howard Thome Rulalie Fos.v: .St Michaal): FraderJck RUayna; Bllzi Belcher Hutchin. iSr Jameaii Jamaa 1 (it 1 ViaHih W,.nrtUl CoiUuHlot. ScD Wi la. Be* PhoUa L *-H t'nlinl 1'ila-iim s. fl Canadian Cmwi. Sk-t> fcailBn k>l. 9ch Rainbow M Sch I'.nf" au.iih, Sti llo.Hlra %  ).. M.V Cu' CaftWln*. MV Catibbt*. "V Blu* I Oumi, liuin (V.miiii.a. Aa*l> Srhuooft Owner-' A>K-lauon M V Blur Blar. IN lom. C.pl Frrfi. %  -on. from Na-an Aa>MMr. A F HantJ H V CBo, ISM ton. CaM Vsndyk*. nceni. At*i> T*-r*. %  P Muawon. fl>4v> a Co, Lta. •> Oa>i<.iHI.SI1 lom. Capl Ptai.nl. fiotn Port dr Pianer. Apnii M**r> M • %  J a CO, LM ss A'*, '.a. 4Me tonfan Sim1.-..^1. lu.ii. TiUuwad. A-wt. !., na r'u a Co.. Lu. 1.I IMl i I 111 .ii-t. T*J ii.n>. Capi laitdal. U..1..I1 tJ.ilana. Aai>. M^-. PUMaUM I'd •-lino,*, M.i.. HmiiMU. 3 lao rapt nn>v. for si. Lucia, Attr*'SihoirnOwner*' Auorlation -'.. 1 i-.i..-r C W Iparia. ionCaoi Coninlim. for Doml'ilra *IMil< Sfhaiirr Oman' A-^xialur M V Alhrl RotnSlf ton.. Tapi Co-k. I..T T-.iu.u.! Aganlt\U..rM Jaion tmm a Co.. Lid M V far). Tiaaar. IN ton*, Capt sqairt" for St. John'. NVw| uu odlanU Ar-m. M>*

w Munroe a Co Ltd. SEAWELL ; runoil the Hi And today, on .Tie same Ovalj srouod, thiWaal I n dlaa wUli %  ; %  I Test performance, and Bl I danajer ol loalaa the rubber on the) dl to Australia will .•train every hiarvo t" win, or 1 %  rcat And v ill win —B.M. I:I;IIH.I PEBSBBVED BATH, Somerset. England Prior Park's 18th-century Pal ladlan bridge has been taken orar by the ministry of works to be restored and ptaaat %  an ancient monument '€• I'li'.iM' BY a W I A I. Pt.-i, TRtNIItAH "" MoinukLAn. Them— OhWi •tylvt). M-Tr Jowpr Hi-nl* Dat.j Cham.. Bralnr loam. Uaif lopri Rirvn-i liipri. O'Weak* Clark. An|rli Bartir*. nn.,i*tli IWarrTtflma Ran" Ik n ..ih. n...i,ukians. Lowli Chanlak* lawn. Pi-i llaxinan Anadrwi *;mnil tt. Haiboii Rr.,(i rron. *iT LUCIA Anhui (Irani. Oaamina Walwin. La* 1 r.r Vaiisiiai.: Plln Mauttian. Thf.ma-.rw amatdi Er ran.. r-EPARTUMB BV II W I A line n-usla. Nrllla Piu. Mlliar. Chr>iriW. Brril W.t* Mabel Bndn.M. VtShB Hr.^ Rrdmaii UU.I Joy Mo*ek RkSiv Walker. JnU li.ntiulir Jo-n>h Bvrll Olaalv Geatvesj Rirhwrd Parria. Nora D*u.'. %  > .' %  < %  > n.iM#>. OMtrud* MaShuta. Anil111 Irfiandri; Joan Fernanda-. Driahio. OrBwtti; For BT LUCL*. llebaal w.ni-wr.-smith MI* A-ILrt.arumn. Mr Wat arm f*p *' Teat Team r : ,,!,, Pae I "ii. Waaaaa, WaleeW %  ut most welcome to Krijtl U. fans is the r.turn to illness Bod u UH ikh 1: Dai ti compton. iiunng his indispo. %  tion, was a national cortaatt There were daily bulletins on h. ccndition. nnd nearly Mr toatnst lr. Xaondon dr:. • t ; ntuatloni robaaaai that race the .BOW are not quite too l rohletni that faced him at Trent ilnrtie Whal .ihout Rov Mar hall* M> solution is the .n\" as the one offered at Notunghatn only this time 1 do not make th rrservBtion thai I would plat Johnson If he i/fii. Trent n ridge | nntnriously f.t; the Oeal more n %  gaa The fast imwler was more essential then than now. rmd Marshall would strenalhen the hatrintt immenseb What is the use of Bet-severing with the fast attack when It has not reallv come nfT even in the countv Valentin.' (; <.. \ rell are the men who have bce*i doini; the most damage, surelv these four, with Goctdard ami Marshall to rest them, can shoulder the burden The problem will vanish, of course, if Goddard himaeu* is unable to play. He developed flbroaitis at Swansea at the moment of writing. Is not certain of playing Should Stollmeyer have to tnk. harge, Johnson should be sure of his place The good news of Compton's ictum has been offset K %  %  artai of eve-nl-the-match Evans fractured a thumb yesterdav while bnttinc aeainst Mulflaaaa, Gilbert iVrkhouse. Ola* irgan bat. had to withdraw thtt morning because of n haatn cold. and Tm-or Bailey wag taken lo hospital this morning for examination after being struck on the left hand while hatting against I^leestershire The withdrawal (kl Washbrook ml Purkhouse will almost certainly give David Sheppard. of Cambridge University and Susopetiinr. batsman. In. .hin,' will be remembered f.-r h 22? for Cambridge against the West Indies earlier in the tour. He has scored 6 centuries ihl> season. Arthur Martntyre. an aide UbaUiMtB for Evuns. was IKWII A-Hliin five minutes walk of the Oval At the time ol writing no decision had lieen taken alM.nl Bailey a vnu read this, the game will under wav. TCU will, I know. I am certain, he Rlued tn yotir radios An extraordinary muddle octretl when Franl; I OWaOtl, witnan hour nf being Invited lo loin England's team in London for the fourth Test, waa tol.1 Ihol he ould not after all I* 1 required Instead. hU County lolleague. speed U.wler Alev Coxon was BfRPd. The .isiinii'.i.n.i i*quence !>rgan when Gilbert Parkhouse waa ordered to rematn In t>eti with leavy cold. Selector "Bob'' Wyat l aTOajJMad the need for the jireience of n hntsfnan for any emergancy, and Lowson was inviti-d Later came the news that Trevor Bailey. Essex all rounder had gone to hospital for an examination of the Angers of his lefi hand which had been struck whil. Dutch Guides Hold Camp Fire 0 %  iv*-J kssi s t da. fn II W .nn.im.M ..i • %  about Bde>. sk 1 %  B:own said he could new enter a Teat without a se. DOWBM This was agreed, and invited to |owi i"!''.im at th %  Oval. %  that the aiuiountetm %  : %  Luwson had been made pi bin. BUI added that in ana would not have played I gests that il Bailey ifit C R l taralfUi man, lha beingBrown. 1 ^iieppard. Hull1 t %  mpton. Ale. lledsn I Wright and Mclntyre —Keairr %  . %  The Are got going about *. 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PACK. FOl'R BARBADOS ADVOCATK SATURDAY XII.IsT It, l50. R\RBADOSu *._.— %  &f — %  ADVOCATE Siiiurdi.) iufusl It I.r training so that thoa* who have been afllicted need no longer feel that they are dependent upon charity or their friends or family to maintain an existence After the first Great War the training of blind and maimed people progressed ropidly and during the years which have intervened, many <>f them have been able to make outstanding contributions to the welfare of society. Thousands enjoyekl freedom from dependence on society for the means of a livelihood. It is easy to see how an effort to found a Caribbean Institute for the Blind is worth making. V In Trinidad already good work has been done and now that Mr. Connor has come back to the West Indies to show what can be achieved in wider fields it is a challenge to West Indian society to do something to help its unfortunate member*. U h* hew proved that limited facilities have been the real handicap. Thin can be removed by the concentrated efforts of the people of this area who stand to benefit from such an Institution. I MH.ltA I IO\ t 11 win* MM ago I have tven .mo %  *. %  • *. %  %  heard many references lo emigreH. %  %  • ^111 > I II 14*** tion a* a mean., of solving prob• I over-population an I nrant i *io not ">"' T, : "i"" et-all however any reference to objection* The rlay of hapha*,hat I %  lt and arrt free-for-all emigration are .ma! approach to the over and no country want* Hw! l MM nmneh the plan operated "'""iM thai ban DOW, n BH y the Fairbridge Society any basis thai does not offer reasonable assurance that the immiThiplan hi based on the Idea grant will become a useful dttMfl taking the underprivileged and not a public liability within a children from Britain to finish short time education and receive vocational training in parts of the There are nol in.ii) places now Commonwealth that need popuiat which a man with th, ion. and where the Government mg spirit can go willing to co-operate with the and independence out of the loetety in its purpose. wilderness Perhaps there are very few people now who are It imy understanding that the willing to work hard and live heme has been remarkably sueamply for a period of years in md in places where the „rder to achieve independent. I airbridge Schools are establishanywhere no problem of finding ml (i i the pupils when When I was in England in 1923 %  --\ .ii. old enough, because th" on a business tm>. I met many '.he supply owing who aucsUoned i m about condfthe reputation that the Schools tions in Canada, nudaty with th* rifl up Many of the chilidea that their children would %  orphaM but MRM have have better prosiwcts there. n* I who are unable for variagreed that they certainly would. ( is reasons Lo gfwe them proper When ihey asked me If we had l II or a |0Od 'art in life, and in the unemployment dole, and I a I rases the Society becomes tho explained that W had not needed %  rdlaa of UM child and it so far. they pn tnptty lost inter %  %  So many of lb put forward i uniealsMtC in the UfAl ol atlual H t fin ,11 einigranU is a {((-Unite prosp"tt of improving a iihm a reasonable time. Otherwise a %  ratt? Project.' involving the transfer ol txmplc'' in.its seem especially vulnerable owing to the MUCtmi to be met Man and wife must nd he* | home botn ** industrious and adaptable as well as ambitious, and %  of the children must be provided for. also employment when they leave school Another basic principal la, the younger the •-migrant the better, and the %  oonar eftuMren Mart to form : v the more likely LBRB aM b :.r(ustrious %  dulti. MRMthin i no I ImpoMl* bie where mai is endemic The Pan l.i idge bad betwaeii Bi il .| Australia might neeii tome modification as between Barbados and llntis.i Honduras, for Instance The plan ..,..., Jfl '""f poOiibUity f,,r UK) est, which seemei a sad sign of ''V,'" "' "' '"'" years ol the extent to whi< h social security h P"'" ;>""• ', "' %  >" % %  < <<\ .< %  | saps the Qualities of enterprise * 9*\ 1,k ' mJht tl il once rSde "„ nv lt ,r V'" ./"• CbUdren are given *ome preBritain great effort spent If a l ibiarj caM and training in suggest a scheme that would .mi when ready are sent I doubt if any large-scale coet lees or offer better prospects t one or other of the Schools In scheme for migration from the pf long-teim %  it would tralla. Canada. Rhodesia or West Indies to Canada would Hrbtre Thev live in happy, prove practical, OWIMK to the very me-likc surrounding*, with good great differences in climate and f >d. recreation and educational living and working conditions llktte*. and when old enough The only possible plan would take .1 trained to do farm chores in youngsters to become adjusted Ihe MM of boys, and domestic during their formative yeari, and i rk for girl* One feature essenacquire education and vocational IUI to success Is that they are training meanwhile, i :s trained to be industrious and _._... t live well-ordered, balanced general principle* it would 1 M, without which any scheme *** m more logical to take them to fl emigration will almost surely %  "wnuT where climate and other I i conditions resemble their native land more closely. B ueh as British "he School ha.s the responsibility Honduras or British Guiana, uuj I laeUnsI ihe employer with where the cost of supporting nnd rn each child is llrst placed educating thetn would be much w .*n couMdeied old enough to go lower. t work, and seeto it that waged .. .. %  ..1 living and working conditions The Fairbridge So, lety is :. %  < %  up to tUndard A part of the benevolent foundaUon supported Iviiflt Is retained by the School h >' private subsenpuon* and be, banked for the minor until quests. I believe it ha* Iteen miwt be interestn . | of it. I went to Canada 1S11 because it secmci a good idea at the time. ai.,i 1 '.ill think so. My father went to Argentina in 186T> and my brothers' and in there, though as it hapi i • MM never all under one roof Of even In the same country together. Now I have about a score of greatnephew> and great-nieces scatter. ,l in A ', .ili.i, South Africa, Rhodesia and Canada, with only two in Ei.gland Bo done a lot of emigrating, with varying fortunes, though none of us have bounced back Durtni my 35 years in Canada ] oui In oootaet with a lot of immimnti ..i ii i .i %  nd from many co< nu io and employed of tl "in in im In, II IJl Man old •rtsfO the guiirdiansuccessful in Australia, pwhapi one way u: d aiiothi-r I have han %  i > i ji__ ... IW.'III^ Ihr iimiMfinwnl lh<>ra* Hn m.,,.1, i. r ..L^^^. ... ik> *'~ ip terminates, nan or woman with a sum of hoped the hid" <>f thrift been u, bsu Governmenl the geni, given more whole-hearted coit Is operation to the srhcnic The more 0M think* about the rmigrailon problem The more COOI have no idea whether any vlnced do one become that the %  ich scheme cuiild l>e made to Pairhrldge plan Is basically the oik in the West Indies but I soundest possible approach to the iiinot think of any other plan matter nowadays, apart from the much experience of the different phases of the subject, and opportunity to u* i ihe facton tiiat make lor M; %  i failure of different systemIt p| on the basis of this axperlenM that 1 feel the Fairbndce | tan deserves serious consideration in Barbados at this time I III FINAL M SI TODAY ihe West htdies Cricket Team beniiui its Fourth and final lest against thc might of England al the Oval. They enter the tilt-yard with the odds slightly in their favour but against doughty opponents whose greatest tradition is to light against heavy odds. Never before ID the history of West Indies criektl have their in en s<> many proud boasts of our achievements and such high hopes for the maintenance of the standard we have now attained. The West Indies whom it was thought had not reached the itftga whinIhey could be granted five day tests have shown not only that they deserved them but that given favourable and equal conditions they could be a match (or England's pride. And they have played the game in that noble tradition and in that spirit which has made it ODa Of the greatest in the civilised world. They have proved thai it is not the winning or the losing "f a match but the spirit in which the game was played that mailers most to the reputation of its players. Englishmen, still Mitfrtirn: the pangs of defeai have paid them due tribute; and ihe records of the gate receipts prove this. They lost tha Urtl lesl and won two others; and it is in that spirit that they enter the final struggle for the proverbial "Ashes". The loss sustained yesterday against a county side will be but a spur to greater effort and to show themselves loemen worthy "I" the steel of an opponent who is unequalled when fighting against greater odds. The grand old summer game with its noble tradition] end the inexplicable merit ol gent inatlooa will find today t hi .i ty tun-sportsman that it be played In ihe spirit of its best trmdltiotU and may the better Ifaun win. The Enemy Within 1% This What Mr. Aitlrr WuriM'il Is Atfainwl...? Hy Trevor KVUIIM Janny, a fair-haired Czech, who •w with the wartime R.A.P., believes he ran answer the riddle His voice Mr Attlee's broadcast: Who 'The* re wa The Enemy Within"" The ed. i knew Premier left most of how those who work k against us. guessing We met. Tw imong us was "branched." discussing union unauthorised person." HiUU"M "judge*MM C munists MOD eonvinced me "Are you going W pa) I MM L'IIIIIK me." he pleadt ** 1 """ "' "n.si." he said, "even what he meant. w %  *ar I But not Janny. Me works as i' % % %  in irn.in on a BOAC airport. his anguish, thia normally nseived ex-pilot feels that he has talked too much His story Is of a personal clash with The Enemy Within. Months UK" he joined one of the independent unions now toughly resiMinn the mighty combination of the T.U.C. and the State boards. Janny ptefeired |he idea of a union without poll ties lie told hi* tolleagiie* about his family In CteolsOaUmkla. He bad nut seen them for II years, but there were occasional letters. Kitfhteen months ago they stopped. About eight weeks ago. Janny was approached by a shop steward Of one ui ihe big uatow steward—a interesting "•i* AiS'Ma Hill. l-'rinnls Janny found the known "Hod" — talker He had been to Cit'ihii' B MiiLi> %  % % %  • % %>B... Slovakia and v;.gue'y remembered "" '' H U,, n '" %  Janny's home town Janny told him about his parents What they did. when 1 they lived, how the old man was keen on his railway union years ago "Now what about joining our union?" the shop steward asked. Janny said no. he was quite happy in his association. A month later Janny canw tvliitc-faccd to work His parents had been arrested. That VHU H he knew. Janny's colleagues went furiously to Ihe Communist shop steward. He. too. seemed genuinely horrified, but admitted he had DMOttoned Janny's lory to "some people in the movement". BeOM that n knew nothing. %  perhaps," he pleaded. "It was a coincidence and hod nothing hi do with our Chat I'H n are aot ran The Communist Party admission that il has only HO.0O0 m* ban Is meaningless when one is considering the i,tentiui of The Enarii) Within The Dgun "i:.' M true, lult the danger is from the fellow-traveller-, who .ne not ragtttertd The known Communists an circumspect, particularly when I in p-.iiioiui of authority Mfithlfl Ihe unions. I know one Mich man When I met Mm on BUCUJO Sl-lioit a feu days ago he had lost the jauntv, deihint tlr ho sported in itM At that IITIC he wag Important m %  CUllOUa kind of way lie w high up in the secret MTVlN list. of what the Daily Express called "the men with a load of mischief Between September 3, 1B3, and Jim.. H, i:41, when the Nazis invaded Hus.sia, (Ins man. a skilled .raftsman, had worked in 15 war plants and had started hghtni strikein II of them Al soon as Ihe w.n beeame ( rueadn because itussia was at* lacked—thlg man became a production-booster, and a natiouaJ i Hie la 1 ol his union. Not long aKo he was defeated in n union ballot, and went back 10 his trade. 'Rack to the old Uctka, too? I usked hln ii.M m I ourly: "No. I'm Ambled Thai the worst of getWhat can be done to heent n Inggjjitog leadership. The Emnny Witliin is a less dangerous man when IM hea DO fmiids. *n •ll-ku I ihl Upenh That itory explains wl inot much to be alarmed about, for example, when Frank Foulkes tm i Walter Steven*, Co chief., of th* Electrical Trades Union, tlv openly this week Prague on their way to the Soviet Union M guestof th,e Russian tleetrkal worMn • %  • undararound approach which Mr, Attleehad in mind That i why It COUld IMdai I %  is better foul -ii openly, —L.E.S. I'ttliliritl .\rsfronl ATTLEE'S 1 Per Cent II (gal Heey 0i Sfel> (By W. J. Brown) THAT a democracy like ours should again and again, when crisis comes along, fipd itsell hopelessly unprepared is, in the conditions of our politics, almost inevitable. For we are governed not bv statesmen but by politicians. The difference between the two is that statesmen are men who think about the next generation, while politicians are office-hunters who think primarily of the next election. So the Covernment spend on butter the money which should go on guns, and the Opposition, knowing that to oppose this would be unpopular, does nothing* effective to prevent this. The Defence Debate revealed our appalling weakness in the matter of external defence. But a democracy is just as unwilling, till crisis is actually upon it, to deal with its internal dangers. Communist literature makes no secret of Communist aims. The job of Communist parties throughout the world is to bring down non-Communist states by promoting internal strife, by gathering military and other information for the Russians, by weakening the national will to icsisl aggression, by physical sabotage. But we allow Communists to stir up strike after strike; we allow them to hold their "instruction classes" for the perversion of ihe minds of the young. In the name of freedom we give them freedom to do their bos' to destroy our freedom. The Portsmouth explosion lit up in a blinding flash where this easy-going complacency can lead. I M'KI r \KI.1) So the crisis finds us unprepared. No one will be hanged for this. As Mr. Churchill remarked in 1940 when asked to expose the s.tuation he found: "There are too many in it." There were. There are. But when crisis reveals the perils of our poaitiOD, then, surely, we are entitled to ask the politicians to forget their party interests and to remember the country. We are entitled to ask that in all fields the measures taken shall be adequate to the national need. Our Brat need in this situation is a Government that can speak for Britain, not merely for this class or for that. STRACHKV SAID . That speech of Mr. Strachey's recently, in which he said that in the past an unfair proportion of the cost of war preparations had been borne by "the people." but that this Government would see that a "f; share" of the burden was put on the shoulders of the well-to-do, was an act of spiritual sabotage. As regards the last war the statement w utterly untrue. Broadly speaking the wageearning classes maintained, and since the war have improved, their position. To-day, wages, expressed in terms of the !'I.'W values stand at 128 as compared with 100 All other incomes have declined from 100 to 98| in thi' same terms. The middle classes, and especially the professional classes, have suffered a sharp reduction in their actual and relative E >sition. But the point is that what Mr. Irachey was doing in that speech was not to inspire us against the foreign foe. It was to foment a little further the class war he used so blatantly to preach. NOT KNOUGH Our second need is a great and immediate rearmament programme. Mr. Shinwell spoke in the Defence debate of a hundred millions to go on with. Now, a hundred millions is about 1 per cent of the national income. We shall not buy security against the immense military preponderance of the Communist States on margins of 1 per cent. I would pose the problem differently. Is our defence, is our freedom, is our way of life worth an extra hour's effort per day from each one of us until the leeway is made up? That would give us, not 1 per cent, but perhaps 10 to 15 per cent increased production. THIS SABOTAGE Our third great need is to stop internal sabotage, material and moral. Physical sabotage is not an event. It is a growth. Il is the outcome of the moral sabotage promoted by Communist teaching. Are we to deal with the men who perpetrate the sabotage, but leave the training classes to preach it? Are we to deal with the weeds but not with those who plant them? I take it that the Government will no longer permit the folly of allowing Communists to remain in Government and local government employment, where their first duty (whether employed on work essential lo national safety or not) is to pick up and provide the party with all the information they can. Hitler's Fiflh Columns were stupid and incompetent and blundering affairs compared With the scientifically organised efforts of the Communists, as the fate of many States, once free, now shows. It is more than time to deal not only with the products of Communism, but with the factory that turns -I them out. "I (World Copyright Reserved) —Lendon fr.xpret* Service. D.V.SCOTT TO-DAYS SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Unullj M>" I'ku. t|ukrr Dal. Mc 21c. Uolllfs Bill TUIIMIO Kt-tcliup ~'v. 7lk*. Uolllrs Mnr*l !'• < 2tk21k. FOH iOI II WE OFFER VEGKTARLK (IARDFN MANt'RE HUSK i; -and i, Hits,: riTTINlis A MINOIHI WATKRIMi rOTK , \r.lil N TKOWtXS I'KINKKS WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO. LTD.—Successors lo C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. i "...I 11: & 4687 Berkuilh Stores $usl JUka Cw'i Wilk LIDANO FULL CREAM MILK POWDER RICH IN CREAM EXCELLENT FOR CHILDREN & ADULTS Aik for LIDANO at your Grocer Calling All Men WIIU LIKE TO UBB* COOL And Keep Well Groomed al the Same Thne I THE NEW i MOYGASHEL LINENS ANTl-CKUSHABLE Are Jusl The Tickel For Your Selection We Carry The Following Shades— FAWN' GREY. BEIGE. GREEN, NAVY. RUST and BROWN • l>ur of f Ihe. th* L.iue ment by Tanker would have to be made now or at any lime ID the future, beeauae I know nothing about that and the invesnci is very conflict innTtw small Ml Ol Information I could Btt jailing %  > PJ Ol ihe resolution and discussing it. was to the effect that in ifdM Ol UM T.,nker rlupim-iil ItfUiK refused. the Canadians were still buying our Syrup and accepting it in no less than three relatively small-sized < nntainen, and I told the House CommittM this The next point is the llM Ol the delegation. I never said that "the delegation should NOT be rut". beeaiiM' I emphasized the view that I could not see wh> DM whole of ihe local Lwmttgattng committee should have to go. and 1 agreed with Mr. Mapp's suggestion that if Secretary was needed (and I see DO noees*U> HH OMl then the service* of MIMOM In Canada should bi engaged As regards the amount of ihe VOW. 1 said thai a nod i would be taken up In Exchange and I disagreed wilh ihe view th.il the large sum of money would impress tha workart That everything possible had been done. I further said that if it became necessary in the end to tell UM workerth.it bulk shipBMOl am inevitable, then it ni only the presence of Mr Adam? on the delegation that would COnvmce them o* this f-'m.ilU. I mutt say that 1 am not at all convinced lhal MOdJng a delegation to Canad.i UM farm ol Ihe Tanker |fah come so distorici. thai Molasses manufac i shippers have si Uuutv to do What t 1 %  CO Su John Saint and Mr F A. B Deane will most certainly return to the Island even more efficient servants of their new •ritn axpetiaaot gained and contacts made on a trip (or is it a joy ride'") at Oovern%  Yours sincerely. A E S LEWIS It rid get own. August 10. 1950 Park To the Editor, the Advocate SIR.—I have visited many Parks abroad, and they were %  eoi ii uuptxauoni but ibis ii. my uwn country u gayns* it*; st §u: ASM ton oi it 3-YEAR-OLD RUM FOR YOUR COCKTAIL PARTY ... tr\% .i si tit; n#vv/;## leer Samln %  -lies I \ It Sandwlrh Brrad thing but inspiring. Allow DM to proles', against the conduct that goes on when I ensioners arrive on the 25th 0* •vary month Mere |"* pushing, and Bltbeethar tmsichTly Deceit l people who go lor a dole have to run In order to save Union Iweg. Park %  rotnsl dlsintereste! til some thin* sen will anything be done. It rcallv give* the appearance of %  nol Why CODt decency and order reign In %  Md-to-b* beauty spot? PARK J-OVER fe DeMsMaTl ssaaa t utard I'uttdrr Vanilla I'uddlns t ..-nil ,, i h-.. nl.li. Ilunler'< rmil I'uddinr llri>" n A I'alvin Flavoured ( %  •rn SUrrh Ice Cream Powdtr In Tins Salmi.it Kippers Haddock. Kabblts. t hkkenv Ducks. Csbbaiir < jullllovier Ki : ngtOO OrOVA) KEEP COOL WITH CROWN DRINKS Hunter* Meal rule I.abster Nail \ncho%> l"ale ('err** Savour) Snacks I la Hants III, and 10-ltv I dam Cheew l'lckled Salt rinh I'lrkled Sail Markrrel



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SATl'ROAV. UlilM 12. 19511. HAKH.XnoS ADVUt'ATF. PACK F1VF. Eventful Day At Bathshrba (By JOHN nUDKAUX) Tinnonth ail Augu.t i* one of the mod popular for leave -nil many families move down lo Bathsheba fur this month: having booked the houses months In advance, so that they will be sure of spending then annual vacation at this popular '.ta-ndf resort Few who happened to be at Bkthsheba on the lath tf August. 1938 will ever forget that eventful day. The day started with the alarm of 'FIRE' shouted from house to house soon after 2 00 a.m. One household was awakened by the shout of "look out and witness a beatitilul Bight," unmet:. wanted lo know what was happening. Mid the rcpl> CCCBC" Is—ilillMllinl %  §-utting on an act. it lb vapounsing Itself." The heat generated in this "vapourlslng act" of Beachmount, I high into the air and tin iiimitryside for miles around was touched, as with liru-.li. with the colour peculiar to %  LLiven uti b) sin h Bra: and all who gathered around re .it'ie subdued |j spoke in whispers. Beloved Spol It was WCb %  Bhoca to see this old and beloved land mark being so rudely and suddenly removed. This old building had been an hotel for half a rerjtury or over, and was beloved by many, after all, had not many of those present, and their father* before them. spent their mipuial night In some chamber in this building hallowed, not only by its part In the Of man happy couple*, but also i .11 with the AngUean Church Men the destruction of St. Joseph's Church in Joe* River the hurricane tif August 11th, 1831. "Beachmount" was the residence of the Rector, and the Glebe consisted of 13 acres of laud around it. After the Church wan destroyed it was decided to rebuild in a more central situation, and the present site was the one chosen "Heachmoiuit" then became unsuitable ;is the Hector's residence, as the new Church was so far away up the hill, so the house and land wen' sold and a known M the 'Grove.' situated at the foot of Horse Hill, was purchased along with 10 acres of land. In 1897. 'Beachmount Hotel" was advertised under the management of Mrs M McClean. and th^ terms' ONLY 6 PER DAY! Wrong Side While | crowd was still paying %  mouldering pile of Vhtch was once 'Beachmount,' • new arrival Wl Mtrd tc say— %  Wullah' Bal-she-bah like %  ha t't up pun de wrong side ah she bed dfj mauniiigV One of the more superstitious mcmU-is of it i -..I was heard to remark "Yes to-day is Friday—wah happen now nugh?" The old wag was only too pleased to be asked till* question, and she shouted her reply for all to hear. She stated that two gentlemen who had been 1 r H %  to the fire this morning Hen :lum-*Ki-s the subject of another tragedy. Professor Dunlop, the Tutor at Codringlon Col• i Mi Kuth. the Manager Of Hie British Union Oil Company had both been drowned at 'Cattle Wash.' Professor Dunlop and his family were In residence at 'Carl Dune,' while Mr. and Mrs. Keith at 'Powell Spring Hotel.' About 9.00 o'clock a.m.. as is usually the case at Bathshcba. there was I aile a party bathing at 'Cattle 'ash.' and It was soon discovered that all was not well, for a little S 'irl found herself in difficulties, he was assisted to safety by the Dunlop family. Events then followed each other in quick succession, when Other! were in difficulties, and all who could were MOB assisting those in distress. The clim.ix came when both Professor Dunlop and Mr Keith becoming MIK i III M ii (,n\\\ \nn\ Car Runs Into I pright A s M i im M %  %  %  %  k. i*uUie %  %  :veiv damased A T AIMM I I Hill tween the %  %  nd drnri MARRIAGE DISSOLVED %  Y ebktei iRespondent | >H Hi 9 B,< Hi I } I M.lll SOLDIERS OF THE MAKTINHJI I. KIIICKS arfM M on the S.S. %  (. i-i ...; inThey are en the wav lo serve In the | TEN ON WAY TO JOIN FRENCH GUIANA ARMY NINE SOIJUTS ajtd in OfTnt'i %  are all on their way lo Cayenne. Frcncli Guiana, whs will serve in th French Guiana Ai rm Although they cuuld not speak English, they all had a pleasant smile uu then faces when seen by the \il\mate yaatarday, The French SMwardaaa on fa t told the Advocate that soldiers are regularly trai Matiiniqiie to Cayenne. The "Gascotne" also nrought 20 passengers for Barbados—11! from Southampton and the other gffhi n m Port da Prance Among those coining irom Southampton was Miss Q Cook. Deaconea of lha Methodlsl irch, who will ba staying with the Rev Croab) n Bethel Methodist Church. Ir ITter Lacy, musician, and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Pkkthall > arrived from Knglaud. Mi Plckthait is a retire.! Army Officer and is staying with Sir T. nricrcliffc at Mullins. St Peter Mr Sheldon Vance, American Consul at Fort de France, arrive! from Fort de France accompanied by his wife. Mr. Edward Humphrey Walcott. Probation OfRcor, arrived from Southampton Other arnv.ils are:— From Southampton Leslie Bury. Gwendoline Day. Robert Day Kenneth Daajfeu, Erie C.rell, anit Marguerite Martin; From Fort as Franot: Douglas Bates. BerthlMe Jeremie. Rowland Jones. Alice Nepoly. Etienne Skoete Ufj Marie Stuart Grenada Scouting Gets Great Fillip Then: n| .1 bcOUl T\ OOfM 111 Four in the I I %  < %  i %  %  i. two on (he outshin and the others In rural At praaatf Hv Scout*; Rovers ;• r L hTOm the--troops are tumping at Hie l)i : i Hall. In an interview with ttw %  Advocate'* jraaterday, Hi Wll fred Redhead, District Commit' sioner of (ireiisua. who charge of the troop. laid, %  i.w Scouting activities in Grenada axe Just the *aiiuas those here We have camp tires rallies, etc.. etc. "Aflantkui" Takes Sugar To L.K. The wan b i than en iision durlni the i ftsi mid %  Thf Weather TODAY Sun rises: 5.30 ..m. Suu sc i%  •' p m High water: ! i m 111 p in Moon: (New Moon) Aagust IS i-.t.i rainfall (to date): .50 Inches. ToUl rainfall: .07 inches. YESTERDAY Temperature (Max.) M.S'F. Temperature IMIn.) 7J.5*F. Wind vetoclly: 4 miles per hour. Wind direction: ft a.m. V... 3pm W S W Barometer: 8 a-m. "!9 91. .1 p m ?.9 853 "Colombie" Will Call Here Whenever ,.|i unusual amount of French Wet! Indian.-. strolling through the main .-.'.reels of Bridgetown u Is a 1 Tin" %  % %  WSM : id the f.e Cle. Transatlantlque Line ianchored in Carlisle Bny. A vaar agtp it wus the s.s. "Due DAumalc," yesterday morn n,g it was the SS Gascogne" whuh al present is the only French vrssel calling at Barbados. In the next two months. Barbadians will be aa al ng tna BS. "Colombie" anchoring in Carlisle Bay. This boat was recently added to the French Line and it will leave La Havre on October 12 on the West Indian run with about find passe ngeri on board. The "Gascogne" was once Part of the American merchant licet and during that period it wai called the "George Washington." It was bought by the Ch Cla Transatlantic Line about 18 months ago and placed direct on the West Indian run. The tonnage in 2.681 (net) and it carries a crew of 130 Inciudim 15 Officers It can carry 30 passengers Capt. Francois Pn %  ant. who haiU from I-e Havre has been commanding the from the time it was bought l.v the French Line And his mate, who only Joined the vessel a fewweeks ago. is Mr J. Choplln During the last war Capt Prigent was in the Merchant Marines and served on various %  hips in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. Capt. Prigent told the Advocate j yesterday that Barbados can look forward to a better passenger service when the "Colombie" IK brought into the West Indian run He said that the "Colembie" is an old .-essel to Iha i but has been rccentlx reconverted %  a i I.I Ha -AUaatttaa i into C "it'll %  While the VM -I ian a id in thi I lould i>.seen low ing >-t l >< i %  i read) lo itches i \lUntiait .i I thi L'.K i i %  CO Ltd. The lower Whan wa I inloade 1.1.take which arrived from Dom ienll> Jllll-l %  lllliniMe Mae which arrived III the BMlh The ••Caribbee" all nine passenieei* Ihog %  radatta Popa, A i> Bui i Hadid. Stephanie McMann, Bath He said that there has been a i White. Earl PakhnWlt good flIUp In Grenada scouting iVigilnnte. Seibert Thornhill and uace Mr. Daal has become Heads nun Jofrara quarter.* Conunlaalonei Mi Dahl Tha Motor Vessel "Culdad it"litr a veiled around the Wtst Indie* .var" which arrived from St Vinlast and arrived m Oranada be'c-nt on Thursday under Capt. tween Juno and July. Delasqtiej. brought 1.92:' ea* __, %  „ , .condensed milk, six This has been ilieir flrst hollda> mp for many years. The but casion on which a troop Irom Grenada came to Barbados was in 1928 and al that time (here WSJ i combined iamp of Qreo Trinidiid Scouts under District Commissioner Archibald. On that aalon 25 Grenadians were HI the tri>op and they all camped on the spot where the I 8ervie Btatlon is now buitr; In no building was tin the snot ann Dundee 1 ba wall. Through the courtesy of Uia Barbados Regiment, the Drill Hall baa been placed at the disposal of the Grenada Souls for their Camp Fire Concert which will lake place at 8.30 o'clock to-night This Concert Is especially for scouts and guides and a small ado a sited. Mr Redhead n I not complain for Uuu hare TbeSea Scouta Hut on thi beach at the Military Oogaoterj has been placed at their disposal and Mr. Charles Springer has arranged a tour around the island tor them on Sunday. red ai Road si pets) i-eM MM. %  1 %  I t Hi meter cai B IS1 I Ashton Hill. St ...i driven bj Pmioiph Cleaves Of the UtM ... The vehicles weie lra\elhng m %  %  .-urve and collldiil Both wvr 1 tamaaed. PHI SEA EGG SEASON wtll %  U'giii mi SepU-mber 1 and Dauajhl with aes ega> In ion before that time %  %  barged b) lha Pi lte< \ iraj %  .-. lecot fed in • %  lords) fov having sea egg.* before \ I %  man |aM lha Advocate' thai bathers may he inpte.i i.. dive goo oKfi beeauss hes look ao loveij imdei Ihc ater." but he pointed out that if I %  trarj ti> law. %  \%  .. %  r. Bepfa an | i.. at or l iMi'k %  .. i. ast i .I\I .i tea iwiii equipped i aUlt, (iiji and --IK>II Liter diving the '-.i <-tg*Ihej reek thom and plao Uu rot Ii %  tail ii .l,m' mm ., ,n mi at about iniii-a.iv UMQ an < warded with .i cup or sea ugg thc\ relax undir i ln*< %  t.d i Fined 30/For Assault \ acaH -ii -\ Pohcs H Mi L i vv oidered tu rsgaaio m layler and Mi .' \\ B %  %  ^ Ourl f Appeal because proper appaal had not been M %  Hi Wale rn I > oaaa Snail of travail Avenue. eh, 3n hM i ch II Mi i. -it \ tai i KorreU lb J 8 n i>r*i vnaal it #' Of III*' BEST ,*./ aauupwm than th*> H+*t IOII I nil. (Ml l>!IIMO\ u %  so' bg vehi unn WON MADr IN ENGLAND and and palatable Preparation, containing Cod I IVOl Oil HEXAU. to use as only small doses are given daih and h ll i I i; %  • important. Thr Frier of REXALL I Ml I s|0\ |H lesII1411 h*lf Ihr prk-r l other I imil-i.m. I. a rtft ttm .Sl.'iU — Smiill r. KM I. II IS 1*111 <; MOHI S REXALI. CHEMISTS. Skirl champagne, six cases of brand and one case of burgundy It 1 i-cnsigned lo the Meat he IX-i' 01 Vassal "Bluer ftar" under Capt l> brought 12s oarloiu ol whofci ', tomatoes for Barbados • Impoit and Export Ltd Abo Include 1 In its cargo wa. n quantity 1.1 eeapty barrels and househr.ll Walwyn Appointed Potice Magistrate F ISH Is NOT n.lNTlFt 1. thi--. %  1 %  and II h .mil 11 otne cast lha pi i< a these 1 itchc %  tho ma . ... %  . %  I -. Mil mar on the liiechea and niK the road .it in." A T Tin: ANNIAI, Oanaral Mo t U Old Boys 1 naanrlatlfsi the %  '.' 1 '1 li 11 %  Repott ('i 11.49—511 was read ami the ftnan1 ii itatamenl wai adopted i*ifollowing Offlca Beaten elect C Barfcet pre I awl D \ M, • Vlci President: The :, v a President; D i< Porkmi B< 1 retar) V B \ .. '.,'-. II A Tudor, Treasurer; and A P Bpen.-, a \ A i J 1 Bysi t I Hope, C u <' Spi ingei 1; A %  I'AI %  >!.. I I I I %  .id ba 11 1 (X St I . moll WITH tl All nibt idlai %  %  ommlttei ..i 1 ie-eh. I.-.I rhe Annual Reunlt .Dlnnei will be held u f I % % %  SeIffgll %  1 Boturd %  Augi r 11 Walwyn u %  Police Magurtrata In ,l1 *Isl • from tho lal f August. I9S0 exhausted, "went under' to the game rate that ihej ha/l been helpina other* to encai^' from Tin-, were burled the following morning, P ro f aaaor Dunlop at Si>. 11'.' Chapel and Mi Keith at Weatbur 100 Workers WillGoTolLS. On v hundred Barbadian workcis are to go to the United States Ir. the near future They will be 1 Mployed by the United States Si gar Corporation. The representatives of the CorC ratmn arrived in the colony on ednesday afternoon and started recruiting vesterdav at Queen'? Path The emigration formalities will be completed to-day. What's on Today I'ullre t'our-U 10.00 a.m. Last llsy Races — 12.4.*< p.m. Nelball tame between Bishop An*le>'s Illsh Hrhool and an Inland team al Queen's College around* at sl BROKE LEG Ifahon -i Hank Hall, fell 0O .ii Wedna her left foot Sh iubOao Oay, was taki Dr 11. II Bay ley s hospU she is being treated. hoi daufhtei Mrs LUlai Carter Wfl., l.v M U 'cr. wher %  i.,. bMldanl took place nd the proi ossi ol tru toe i inounced Istet i, Old !;> ya *l bing to ittand are ..skill |0 Hi" in tni-n n of thi %  %  tloned K s nit. ,II. o Olton'i l'l.,.r none MOJi L % %  •,.. %  c o intery. Phono wt". V B e o M ii Williams. %  ..;. I) K Perkii i • . :ti;i i I i held In Ih. Bt i <->i H.ai 0.1 FMII .v s. ptembat 29th at 9 00 ,t> m The pt OOOadl Of tl -ill help the C 8 O B A Bchol1 '.ii. P Tin President mado I .ppeal 1. %  • %  %  %  ,, aid of the Seholai '..1 I : 1 lp||0| 1 I 1 I IHl> ,. %  taut Beer, -.., v B WllUami iiasked to note %  % %  Hi lahi 1 • 11. IOOM al h no t> m H Akfll.II liARNES Of Tudor Bridge reported ; %  p I. valued 35 from 1 iiympk 'I'' • atie on M<"" : llday) Jud^fH Rfdiicf Amount Of Claim Their Honour*, the 3v. Assistant Court of App ea l Mr i 1 Mr J W B Chenary yesterday varied a decision of the patty Debt Judge Mr. J R, Edwards who gave Jonathan House Judgment for £16 2s. 4d. which he claimed his mother Matilda Rouse owed him after a transaction in lumber Their HonVa BJ FOR THE COMFORT OF YOUR SJ PETS U SE %  I'llllM LICE POWDER and %  %  I'llllM INSI1 I KM I I It g H. JASON JONES A CO. LTD Diitributfri %  %  WV-VsV.V.V.VsW. BATTERY IGNITION POWER TAKE OFF WHEEL WEIGHTS BELT PULLBY LIGHTS %  FORWARD GEARS ind REVERSE ON DISPLAY AT OUR 8H0W ROOM Pricei on Application Your Enquiries Coidimlly Invited COURTESY GARAGE White Park Rd Robert Thorn Ltd. — Dial 4610 IIWIi PUNTF.II SOUVENIR LEATHER NdVUTIES with the t KIM Of Htll BADOR an4 the "rRKKT OF TIIF INIVrHITV 0OIXBOR in THF WEST IMilrS I he I'rrlnl Meutriilo [** llul fli.nil .,1 hiimr 01 aaeeaal 1'iHhel knile in ..IM| | kindM /tii psirsa j \i.1 %  *• Key I Ma [I kind-1 l'tK-krl .Maniiure II.IIKMI.. I %  L 1 -. 1; km 1 Basil marker %  aepgaaa I..I /-lp lur*e it kind*) I v-. 1111 Sri Shoe Horn in Case trull Knife in <**e lubao ruin Ii 1 '. liitidi I'rimfr 2 /t ta2t/BR0CE WEATHERHEAD LIMITED llr*.l a .r Hro.4.1 SI Imlu* in 1 iray Als< As ELITE SHIRTS WITH Till III M/.K.D (Ill.l.AKS Blue. Tmn ind Whlui % orted Striped I le u n 'i .// -I Ml 4.86 MEN'S ART SILK ANKLETS IN SEVERAL *l AI.ITIKS From IH Cents' 10 BliU per pair HARRISON'S BROAD DIAL STREET 2664 THE • -frOL OF SCABIES WITH TETMOSCi. %  .... %  ii pi I of Ih I 1 1 1 %  . reluablr DUttaMSkl n> %  -.LHh a. ttmilu**. and in ..xmii %  %  1 I. 11. | -t d HM "m|>lv icrU.nif M.I nbdm %  1 1 m %  1 Singk |oi Bo'llfi %  A S BPYDEN A ( ,ONS (BARBADOS) LI D PO BOX j. eaifjc TOWN Wear a SPORT SHIRT hatped Our • • WHITL VAN HEUSEN COUNTRY BRAND SLMI-STirr COLLAR ATTACHED SHIRTS si,1 17.14 Keek RENOWN DE LUXE SPORT SHIRTS Sl rl Sleeve in ihadM <-( While. Bl H in s %  fl M Uri .... **** lassi OTIS VESTS A'lii. %  ad and Plal M.tti, -I in 1 ...I. OTIS JOCKEY SHORTS > /. I ALL WOOL GOLF HOSE .1 ::


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SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. 195(1. BARBADOS AOVOCATF. PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. WANTED %  Ihrouarh thia \ I Oil IIK.M Trinidad I .i-l I (.is l, ASl I II ill MAN. Bl.il and Radio Onii> po.it ion M I Moiilonttd lo handling oil %  IN Ml MOKl\M >MJ ; rtrdiuom. .(.I-r i vu-t Appl. Mr.. A Purlrtm Card.fl. ffl M -in %  %  '^"i" • iil uppUjne >rrvKr. radio repair* and laetaJlataon •'• and e Mnnvif-tlioer. Agent S J Caabr 1SB h*"" Rn-eel. Poet et Spelt Irmided 10 ll* Ship* In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station I,OMII\IM MMIMS SHIPPING NOTICES %  %  %  -UP. i -* >nown a 'Pounder. who |IIW1 e*f. on Auu.1 Uth *T 1 r ...-.-., Which Uie Saviour — (OB* lo prea*.-*.. And UM BUI %  • % %  (>i ha*e been DMI lorever earth "'hriai. over MWI Tha*.' ,., Mf —l'"-. 1 Rut nol hdl ' -' %  *< '"em In loving m—ory of wa %  %  CAUJMI>rjl Ibetbfl %  "•>! %  Oiaewie' ISUl Ausuet. '•** %  %  | %  %  ron SALE AL'TOMOTIVK B4A. MOTOR CYCLE S Hi' fan .( Redman TBylart G.ias. i.irdr. or Urban Coddard. ..i. Si J I rin SI Vi -.in | Hdom lam DMil — Apply. %  Pff&MStSSltn H O. Cunmm Hi>i.n|> Hotel .. Ihe Man USM %  .1 I one %  .\ %  C %  arMMi "•' w.ll. Dauami Lai foe the Women. I unr "'"l"l*'l hook w.wi.i. Secretary Woman | llona Id be Mail In by Auf JBlh %  -.lad l„rt-.!dwd AvallaMi r Dial FLAT roe-air* F.ai • ,. Teirace J MM -red with I %  -•a phoiw nn MAXISTOW SAaxwell Caa.1 aVedf.in.labcd Av.Uable J*I 1 I or Ulna; 4rn MISCELLANI OUS II:. I, .1 the Fountain, with lilt o' floor MX Willing to Iti i D'Arcy A Scoll us so sn THKVOH Black Rock Prom A-pt .( Dmiivg room.. I badrootn. %  MMiiTT-rI" each. T*' 1 ''' il1 "' K Mn Store.room* r't %  "•• *_**js"!j*i S-i SIX .. IMO model [fl II t I s.•• i i %  i %  Dla l MECHANICAL TVPCWRITEII "IM 'R'" . WANTT'i iioren D wl v i-,/. USED POSTAor. STASH r u-.l iliitip. v*..d SOU o. more .lafr.ua Ellrab.lli Ta.lor. P l> BOX JM San Franclreo. California I %  \ 10 %  W In IM III.11 XOTIIIS £20 MONTHLY iM %  home in apeie MISCELLANEOUS Al lU'MS (Word Album* frtr 10 an^ i? ... n......i Cuvhafl e—m ">* i" Inrh nm-rttAnd • haw tha flrd PIPR IJflHTTBS RDTOlUK*' IIR-OWD-i -' -Cailfliouli c md *i "> %  fdiarl' t"l %  I t'N SJIM.VS Fva !!l.,".,.ir %  harlav fi Tn Idl "• IK I^nk nm nn> "'iln'i No tarn"* I J '• %  nK Orrm iv1 ntur Pi-c par PMT Bjruoa WmO JII-I i rwlnlI I N..I.I— Mo-ra lu EASILY aarnad al 4callna in •l*mp no .pii" nnMt' Sullable lor eilhar aan I %  lao tonUM Vdu wllh SludanM H CoKmlw and Domlntoni lor p •*• rwranlfr.il Encloar J" aurop A" Mall only Uk f. dayi T P-rllr*ion. Proapart Ho.ua. n Wlan Hoad La4gh Unc fn.^-td ^aad-itn LIQUOR LICENSE NOT.''; I l^oad. SI Muh.rl liar pnn .-Hi liquor !-••.•. %  X .. Iwa m* HUM "on i IXalad IhiNth u M ^ T ( %  • TALMA '"-i Pnlur MaVflralr. Dlrtrk' \ .fWil i VOUKAt Tl*T>tll l.„ A N B Ttn. applKallon -ill ba rona* nd al J Ucro*iii| Conn lo ba M Id %¡ ,-i I960. M II o'clor II TAI.MA ULSJB OFFICIAL NOTICE %  HaaaMil H*"p CVln.i. • C *• %  s i.ni ft n BaiMnw, as Caarocna, S S Hddaur. nnh. I* for .*V F-r-•s IV :< s •Oakh.l! >* TII^I •iv 4umMM. %.m ji.i". •* s K ** Piua Uaatar IR _. >*tar... M Sirrt.4. .. Ctav.H. US SlltMXI — TinnfXl i* rMr.^^, U U< !b Chum ~-s DMOTFe %  SOa-fatavd. M.V .ndbar-i I Cillf* If* Ak. Attenti.ii n .ii^Aii la the Contra) lAsaandi.iO. No 28 which will br publisl.fl m the Official rhunday, IMk Ausust. i50 2. rtidvi Uiu Or.l-. -M-lluiE price* of "tUIwi— Tinned)" (b) hum BM H IftttBin AKTlt'LE HhOllsII rRlt-E in.t m-ra Uiu) j. i.i i MI rm*cr. $22.88 per cae of 48 x 1 lb. tins or $SRT per 12 x 1 lb. tins ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. -ul\i. i noM tBBBTBSMBASI %  MtttRlisM km IMUHt %  *> DJ ... M IIIIT-N ^ •-. -lliv.. •HUM VMMI1IHM %  no* A iiu. M'I to -I.I.III. niNin m "!•" I AMI! % H.ll. I. in If. oHANJESTAD Aim Ond IU "li I r.MTTAli !Wp' Iffi, IBUKfl r.. iriMinn IM. .'i ..i. niwtmi in i HBCUStA AiMih I %  P Ml MOV %n\ a m LTP 1.IM. Illl M \ l.ALRWOOD ..ill i ii*|ii I HI" AIM! nrnirr. lor M. LarU \ nn -in i.r.u.il. And Aruhi vAilliii lrid IHth \ur ISM ft I v li.innrr AaaorlatloD Inf > .111.1(11"III. I Owners IM7 th Auut. 19W GOVERNMENT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL SUMMERVALE (OIRLS) AppUcatlun* i,tf torrftad fur Ibl po of Asslrtanl SQ HARRISON LINE • ..i iimlnr thr r. $384 x -18 M s s • i %  %  • s WANTED TO BUY i.h w>i taaw -TAMP BOCSaTT. Matroo at the above School, pai IM Hills fit IScrvlit of the (iovernnirn! 2. Salary will U, with the Civil Establishm'i11 (Tt lar, 1941). $^28 x 48 $672. $732 \ ftl) $1.0t2 3 Candidates must ba batweaa the age d be prepared to live in (ha U ..iii.-.l 4. Application Paina, OM nnunaot industrial Bchoola, st PbiUp, n tha Social Wi I OOca, the Garnson (fn.m whom rorthai dJatalli saaj ba obtataad), i. %  p| uuaaniabiil ind ratunsad la HM %  acial WaUara Onas bg || 8 M .' %  Wednasday, 31st August 1W m rv, \KII nan fjaj •1 PMaa mm KiNinMiM I'm .-, NATUKAL:ST" MTOONCRE3T* 'BROOKHURST 1 i NBCREST ss "TEMPLE Midi NOTICE rl ha KfllaUo( A!JON7A raxA7.tn I^-OIIJ^' .<;•• ..^1 NOTHT IS IIKMSHY OIVFN I %  •rum* luvina any datil iiirum* havliiB any ...M thr F.aale o o Maoar* H*yn. boundlrdj In Swan SUta-t. fir Idea. I10 or ] BlP of Al.ui Stoll Stolw-ilor.. on or ba' „, and H. nil, on landa i and IM ill u SAI.ES U'lWMIOS la .... *..:.... t laart al Aprl lEaultablr Jirrladirlloni lAWIrn Lloyd I*-ar adineapuremrnt iUr.U.t.' are raqueoled lo aend In i A nt,.one perchaa, o. IhareabouU ol Of Iheir (lalma SIlM .il h lh are. one perch lorm. parl ot Iraled lo Ihp unden'fned <-lirlni | Ic pu blie road called fUteela Road A'. .1 I : % %  ,'lo.ir. Smilh. liiirnth. No J town, Barkadoi. lore Ihe JWh day of fteplamtoer lWl after hith dale I shall pri-eed t. dimlbule the aaaeU ol Ihe deceaaed ns*>t the P-irtlea entitled IhOrftO ra*rInf raanrd only lo tuch claim* of which 1 %  hull men n.ve had nollre and will not be liable for Ihe •**** or any part thereof M. dleUlbtiled lo any per. ol -hot* debt or claim 1 .hall not Ihe.) have had notice. And all prrwona Indebted to Ihe -jiti ..-q.ir.lrd to arllle their *>ld idaaiataaM wiino.it deUy. n,ited tinMRh day of July HKW %  I .HI ..lill A1-ON7A lASIIUV alan known a. Clifford Akmia HmlUi .'.dii.inini.tlnr of ihe Eal. %  %  •! I., decraaII Walkrt ward. Ihe .. .,1 s... '. AUCTION UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER MACfl MOUSE i-AiH i Bntttrfleid. a > %  (hi In all'id li> iv •' will ofl-i r.ie horse fur a.ile al Ihl a 'B'RAN-KER TROTMAN A *•<> UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER DARK CRYSTAL SUGAR PtRAVKFR. TROTMAN Aurllnneer* UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER IV in-t' nrnhnm 1 *lll ell e-raid !" lUThnrm llr.,d 01 %  en.IDth A.ufu.1 I--K ui •> es-ajee ,/clock bee eritlie lal ol hnu~et>oHnc nd matlredf and pillow*. Ma„1 painted W^mlroheMahoSlulnled Dres-ina: taWea. ISertrle table and O.ndrn hoae. lawn I trie toaeter. Hot pint*-. IbnVe P1 burner Oil BfT%  rveeal oU.ee Itel NOTICE the public b-iund lo brin before me an account of -heir aald claim, with Uieli wltnaaaea. doeumei.la and voter her*, lo be eamIned b* m* on ar-y Tueaday. or rVHay iKiween the lumre ol II .no.nn and J o'clock In ihe aliernoon. al the Offlrr ,.f the Clerk of Ihe AaaialaM Cri.t of Appeal "l the Court Houae. Brldelon. before the J7th day nf Seilrmber. 1M. In order U-al auch claim* nuiy be ranked nccordina to tho nature and prli.-iiy Iherrol mprclively. i,thefwi>e Mh per*** will be preeluded from tne benefit of the .md Decree, and be ueprtved of all claim on or against •aid pioperly. CUimanla are al-o n.m(led 'hat ihey i,u.l attend Ihe aald Couil on Wednr* 'a.. Ihe n day of September. IsttO. at )• o'clock am whan their aald claims •.ill be ranked Given under my hand Uiu Ui day of June. IS*0 I V OlIXEK. An Clerk ol lha Aaeniant Court ol Appeal %  1 50—Sn. ONCE AGAIN Uverrool l .....i.ni OlaatjDw & Liv. pool London M bmuith k Uitulon SI st July Sth Aug 17th Am: 25th Ann Due Barboflos IMh AUK. 26th Aun 31st Au*. 8th Sept 5th Sept. 2flth Sept. MM MI w \I;I. FOR Til* I'MTFD KINIilMIM v. -., % %  LORD CHURCH" \v\ AN I'IAN SI'Ki IAI.IST" I-in i poo 1*.ml. HI C loses In Rnrhados Sth Au. 10th Aug, 24th AUK TINDERS POR HULL OF FISHING LAUNCH Tenders an mvitc.l fur lha purdaBM of tha iiiitini-hoil hull of thi> hard chime tishiiin launch "W ni. MM Lcnuth N fl l Baam ft In DrauKhl I fl 6 ins. 2 Tenders are also uivlti.l tha pMfchaW *'f OM laOgU) el > 4 in galvaiilaad ehatn 3.'i ti loni ind '• tangth N W loag) also 13 Ihl "1 1 ft in ili.mii-!. isal I %  < 3 Tba .il.ove hull can be e. :ily arranged for the mallard t.v|xuf i-. w i tad can %  nan M Buriu Baach, Bay Btraol The chain and rope can be seen al ths Fltalel % %  I BRpartnw Dul BtaUoO, Roaf, ^ Mi. h.i.-i. srhara hirttMn Inionnatloii raqubad can ba fhran 4 Tender* should Inodfli ma ad to Ihe IHrecUir ..f AgliCUlMira, IVlMitinriit .f ABii.iilliirc. .nil ||0UM !> %  • i-'i*'.i UMn n't ItMl than 4 00 p in nn the 24th of AuUSt. 1950 12 8 50 -4n %  infui iii.iliun uppl> to— DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.-Afenti 9/u A DISCLAIMER WITH t ference to the review of I)r B Lloyd Still's book m the Advoeata of August loth. i)i li Lloyd sun wishes to point out that II ,. Ull'.'.l! Without her kn rtsrladjH PanK Ull I the 1st da' Ol July I960 are rooiiratrd send In uarlicuUn* of ihelr claims SAMLTJ. POLl-ARD .„-! (JiaiAU)INE DANIU. tfuallAed Execulom of the. will ol the aald Caroline Slmmona deeeaaed. co Meaera Hajnea A GrlfTith No J Swan Street. Brldselown. BalparsM Sollcllor*. on or before Ihe lr, lay of Sea.it.-ii.ber IfSO. altri w hlch 4aU wr -hall proceed lo dl-trlbule the ion r %  m %  i. i t HI Ml saaJ „,,v Baa*. we ahall not Mi debt.d 1 UM %  id oph-in -...I %  irquealrd to .til. aebtadnaaa without delay Haled Ihli 39th day of July IBS* BAMl'U. l>OM.AtU) (,IJ-A1JILSE DAN1D. Wualille.l Eaecutora of tha will C.irolii.e Siriuri..iLdemiied OFFICIAL SALE lEqiilUblr Jurladlrtloni 1-ueien Uovd Leecoch. PlalnUrT Walwyn Evereon Beat. Defendanl NOTICE If hereby liven that by /Irtue ol an Order ol ihe Aaatatanl %  ,'ouit vf Appeal dated the 30th day ol •OM 1M0 there will be a-t up lor •alr lo the hUhmt bidder at Ihe c.mce ol the Clerk, of the AsalaUnl Court irf Appeal al the Court House. Iimieei^wn. beterOOB IM houra ol II moon) a.t.l 2 o'clork In Ihe afternoon mi rridav, the Wth day ol aepteml-r, ItWl. all thai certain piece or niii-cl of l.natl alluate al JaChntln'S Village in the pariah of Saint Michael and Island iwrnlv-one trche* or thereabout* ol uhlch ana nne pen h lotn.a part of thr public road called SXerla II.,.n herein -fter mentioned abutting mid bounding inward* Ihe north on land* now or of Alan •*ot1 bra-aid* UM ...ti. on lands now or l.t.of S W. iind towards the eaal on the publk Barbados Youth Movement •vVrme there I* Knowiedar. lhare I* lu lh-l a why you ahould let your b..> ..r girl |..m Ihe Barbado Vwuth Mi %  Cash In luiva. al 1 are dOInf their part, warlcn out for the neat mova by aorresbody elee So heln ttr %  utMd %  V....II. M. rM % %  '.. %  %  Ihe uiJOelunala youths of Bfbadoa Rev L Bltl'fE-flAHKK irbunde*/) lie. J II GRANT 'tl-plalli' Air* ULGA BSOWNX tOeri Je. I il rrjo—in ... t .'I M I %  % % %  '. rn aold Ihe aald property i for aalo on every eu. twrrn Ihe lame houra *oid for a *um not I d If nol II tie ari ( Frldai in cm IIANM: TO NIGHT AT Casuarina Club IB the Musir of HtTllr HaywardN OfatMatl Admhnlon 2/6 Good Food (.d Music and Good Fl Al*.tA ItANUER ALCOA HoAMER AIA-DA RUNNER MEtt UBLIAI %  BBB.ICE Art. M.O. BVSeo llth July th July •sih July nth Aua Oth Aufuel mid Augu* NBW roil avRt/ira Alt. .. %  'dee UM July lift July Hurricane Relief Organisation. 1950 !" I IMOHN -IIH.I -Conld Hallfaa July SSth Aua 7th ST JAMES The parish has Ixiti >11 %  per"n* named In chargeDiatrku Proa Bauvl IU haal's line t Proapi' ncki ending J F Culpappa iiien east to lha Hill under !>' I i;>ge. then southwards la UM 1 .. Ran A W Ji.linv.iii iiuRaeloi7i si .Linni,ie. Kii.< -V.IUI. Ijuwaster. Walei ll.ill and Spi me portai Mount st..inif.i i i ppa and Lowai Oarden, w. tot Carlton (uppai i. West more land Rock Dundo. Bkxi Hill 'I ;,iH BprlnjJ Head. Hock Hall GEORGE Aides Tenons in < lUfff i B. li' ..id. aatq Balrd, I 'i .i ilrea! and Quabee. lUMIF.HT TM.IM PASSAGES TO IRELAND !Vl 'N MI.I.IS l'KOIII'(T>l LTD., Rtweuu. Don I'.. ..,;,I..ll;il.|ii |. i V V "IH'AI.A". next s-iililig fruui Kiatrau %  boul ^:ti.l AugUi i I lliiT.-iifl.-i .ilK.ut everv thirtv-thre* davs. Hlnale *e L10. usual redarllona foe children rtpply direct Kidney Trouble Causes Backache, Getting Up Nights Th R \ r M DO R Ml -i< i Baal] %  M A Wilkinson A c 1) 1. Vlelr D.IVI j Ei r, Ro.d 1?"* iTPfaTTV "Oani v V vSSSSli DrawtM "•-'"' %  nffce Standing l t*ne. Apply 'o John Forde. I'• IOls* Hell, line ne*lv repin-od nnd r-s" 1 1 D "2. l *l l B i the l be paid M LIQUOR The LICENSE NOTICE illon of A_ii-I .II %  luiS %  WaB granted lo Elhel Gllteia. QlllllQlaS i" i-e*pei I of pr-".i* .* I tot tin ii floor of a two *tor**/ wall build ii.fi M Heed Sheet. Sr Michael, loi permiMon to uae aald LfepMM Dated Ihl. llth day of Auduat M. I.. II A IAIAIA. Eaq P..le Ma-i.iiatr l>i.inct A Agtl SI AHTIU'll For AM NII TH. ppileM . .ei to be re a i i . A", on MIIII.IJ* lh> ii .t >
A Hlnk Baq Apph % %  I* W Sn,;,I I K i, • ..i..., 1 %  •k guar.im.-a. You be th. !.!.. If ,,-.1 enllr.. ...n.n.d lu.l 1-..,.., lha amply .... k ,*,.,,,| ,. |, , '* ['" "" '" %  %  %  •'• '[ %  |.r..t.. t jfcrtf K I N I f I IUDDIH -.., SHIUMATISlf Cystex Murrai ranoar, bq Walhas Bprini w r <;<*oding. bq Chup I The parish has been divide! into the following seven districts •rHh the officers menlu.ncd in gbai B* NO 1 Reeves Hill. ROfik Hall, AH h Hall. Spring Faro. Pun | Spring Mr A I> Inca, Mi W Tiioinpv.ri Airy Cot, lllunts, Hlllalr. Fanners. Mr K Dat. Jones. Mr C. A. OnM Welchmon Hall, Allen View. Chapman and ('j.rrlngt' lages. Mr. J. A lietii.il. Ill -' Bandford M. I Cave jaeksons. Kew i-itui. Arthur s. .it RadDian and Padsnor V0lBB< .. Mr. F. F Pilnrim. M. < I TryhW Ml K CmrtaHa'a VUlaae, shop Hill Mi 1. o Wood and Mr C D Htt| White Hall. Hrnii.Village Col A. Campbell Clifton Hill. W.dkcs Swing. Prouts, An-.Sltd Hussia VilUges Mr It E King, Mr H V. Marshall Mr A (To b> conlinuedi No J. Mr Gaaton Cox. % %  %  1 1 VIINo *YOWLL BE MILLS AHEAD WITH mi NEW DUNLOP FORT the one tyre that % has everythin g Some molnfisls am boast Of I he mileage of their lyres ; some safety; oOmn nit Calk ol tyn illanoe 01 food looks, "i ion* feature that has taken ilicir lanty Htil you. with >oui new Pi I off. can heal them all lor this is i lie one tyre lh.il has. KM' every feature the naowcw of Dunlopou pcoduoc t" |ive near v>ith safety, silent running and distinctive appeal JIUC Baw h'HIXI. A\n T\'I1F To Model, j %  Tvie N BBBSM IWtMl >' %  ad I Finder Appi>A BAR?IW %  CO •.WlTPaTAKE TICKirr ICTI Finder cleaar retut IS O-pl CRAWLER (Track) TYPE TRACTORS Available for Immediate Shipment from U.8.A. A Limited Number of Mi mi I mill <4o OS belt h -38 d b > — and — DDII (G7 71 belt h p and •1 1Mb) (I.KTRAC DIESEL Prices and other Information on Application to — COI'RTESV GARAGE Dial 4616. 11.8.50.—3n. SOLE AGENTS:I III IIAHIf AIIOS ARTS A CMAVTt Mcmv AN KXHIHIIION Ol -.(II I'll HI ISv K H lllf'iOOHACEN And A DISPLAY Of I'OTTKRV Al The I1..H...I... Museum. The Garrimin From Auiuat Bib lo 31st inrltudve S a.m. to 6 p m Dall*. ..pi Hund* ADMISSION I Muaeum and II A I I Member* and Children Half Price MANNING & CO. LTD. T r...i. Ills •f aluls SPECIALIST IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY JOHS s III llios Ri:\l. KSTAIi: IOENT — Al I TIONEER — SI'RVEYOR PBOKI 4640 o: PLANTATIONS BI'ILDINC I What. I Them. We have CHEAP PAINTS Ml 1>ll M PRII fcll I'WMI Xl'l S-I\l PAINTS COME AM MAKI. YOt'lt CHOICE llll I. Mil II C1MPOHII .M <( rniral loundrt Ltd.. Proprietor*) Car BROAD and TUDOR STREETS \\l_a_fM-l llll MM lUad Add nWfWai wnl Xjlll^M .— '* %  ".-ae %  IlIlL "' *" ...... -.. —a-.."..-aa^r Ma,-.-..--. •f MM. naMf* | law s. 4 -, asd ^^**" SBSaSI 'a ti'aa|l>a-If-* *>•—TS. laaaaana* •fihaaa-fvia rsSHHRaj r TO TMl IND O* ITS lONG 1 ECKSTEIN BROS. — Bay Strt



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Saturday. ll(Ml I at ISI.-.O Barbados Aduncate Priff: FIVE tUTt Y f a r . .f COMMUNISTS CAPTURE POHANG Crowd Witnessed Big Sweep Draw THE GRAND STAND at the Garrison Savannah was crowded with people yesterday evening some of whom will not be there today. It was yes terday evening that the wheels were spun to decide the winning numbers of the Big Sweep Draw. The crowd included Turf Club Officials, sellers and holders of tickets and other interested parties. From about 4.00 p.m. until nearly 5.:*0 people listem-d to the "click-click-click" of the spinning machine, and the voice of Hon'ble J. D. Chandler as he called the numbers drawn, making the serial letters clear with "Z for Za: *ibar". "P for Poland", etc. There was not much talk Kaa .. ua .. in .. 1 Kl.'1U 1 TlWrian Lad I :: ". FUeuar* 8 lulu-Ion 111 ., !•> > Ml 'H.IMM %  %  H— U It ft ).-• — lta. 114 lb1. Dulcibriia Ill Jl BaHalum 1M .. Dales*. PWIMrlBI ill .. W.t,r,,, IM .. •ia Rat* n vstm. M\\ni(4P 1 i* %  Tan# 113 Iba > Hattali-m III .. 1. 4 i-tl"VI .ua ., no HI ApBllc. IIS 1 Cll*Ion IU .. 1 ua ,. n Uitk'ib*... ia> .. tat ., H April F.O<>i Mary Ann "S „ -• %  IT... — i 1 VIMI 1 It .NOB .1 PI a Ler — si ran. flallain Ha*k at n. I. Crew Road. IM m I V.•....: : 100 .. 4. %  >.! Wi.hrIM „ t. Flamr rio*rr 114 .. iHMMi'Arr,t N Pure*. L z %  cm, a D Bvr.oc two nthtisiasttr ticket sellers. Ax a of fact, the crowd was -o raaotrved that u w. difficult iu guess if anyone iherc had ev ri got a cash prut.About half ol left after the Big Swt ; Draw and the other* remained to hear the results erf the first draw I' 1 SiX-pe.ii>> Convolution liOsMtl. m while, out on tho Savan. ladplayed uMMl BI lb*] would any evening that u draw for 644.000 was nol in profre-*. But grooms were on the Savannah too. giving a walk-around to in* noises which will compete on the Anal day of the August pfMtlng lhat la, today And then the remitof yesterday's draw will ttike on real meanniK Then iho champion horse of the meeting will correspond to a number that has been in a sealed envelope alnee yesterday's draw, and the second horse will do the *ame and so down the list When the races are over this evening, some person or persons unknown, will I < %  vet? happy, or they should be HORSES DRAWN ENGLAND'S TEST TEAM By K i,. conn August U. England has picked twelve players for the Dual Test, young Malcolm Hilton <22) and David Sheppard (11) being newcomer* to test cricket Milton, "the boy who bowled Bradman twice." Is thus evidently in the running for the Australian Tour beginning next month. Certainly he seems well worth hl i nance, for he is third In thO England bowling averages with well over 100 wickets taken at some fifteen runs earh. Hi>i county. Lancashire, are at the top of the County Championship table and much of this success Is owed to Hilton and hi< team mate Hoy Tattersall. top of the average* and Bob Berry who played in the first two Tests. His county. Lancashire, are at 'he top of the County Championship table, and much of thi' s cess It owd to Hilton and team mate, Roy Tattersall, top of the averages, and Bob Berry, who played in the nr*t two tests New to the West indies will b' D. V. P. Wright, apparently the most controversial linure In Eng liah cricket Wright's perform ance against the New Zealanders last year w not Impressive, wicket for 114 runs nor was showing against the Ausstes year before—2 wickets for 129 runs, still he ha* takon over 125 wickets this season. And because |tr has not ye' played against them, his quickish le*spinnem are by way of being fitglands trump card for Worth on ia*e 3 I I AMI IIAIK: nil. UCONO Itsi MATCH \l LORD*! hrur a le, side % % %  I i 5653 e. W>9 f5t, 273?. F. IM? H. 4471 L 3385. 4531 (Con.) K. HP M. stie a 9979. 1930 P. 2443, 29II 1941. 7263 ft. 1129 8. •Mn T. 7341 V. 8137, 7423 W. 2999 X. 8489. 0534 Z. 9440. 9164 cc. %  •114 %  K. 3149. 4197 EX. 7031, 4371 1231 MM. 1435 NT*. 4671 OO. 6970 PP. 6X19 u, 1793, 33?fi 38. 6501. 3414 TT. on.), 7841. 9533. 964 cu. 2S64 94>7 ww. 964)4 YT. 6661 BBB. 7666. 0870 DDD 3266. 1483 CIE 9065 FTF. 5373 QOO. 2979 m On i'. K FBI Breaks Up Atom Spy Ring WASHINGTON. Aug II The Fr.H'i > Uon ii -I,I v made necUoa si U mb secrets to Hussia The Justice Department SJinounced thai 14• i ..i i | A Exi %  Ireenglassi \ '..ken into %  Her busband Julius Rosenberg and brother !>.>' W6T9 arreMi\f lati naOOUl Fill Dnec-ti.i Edgar H H Hoeenlierg. the mother of tw > children, || eSMffSJtd Wstl ||nsj with her hiithnrul and others [to recruit her broth* iitlto the spy rinif ..eeri muri.i with sdvlttg atomic secrets to Jui irrj Qal i I'h.i.ideipiu.i chaatisi winie Qreori %  :%  .. Mi MI • % %  ii. !. %  % % %  M Small, in.i Iivc Mi was held in $100.1)011 b.nl fhH I Assist i. State. AttOtlM) :.:... i %  an hrn bus band had -itions to thecountry after U l oi the confi %  pj Han Gold If the crime with ^ i... irm-d had not wcurre.!.' I i t'nitod Btatea CenuntsaiatM i Bdgai MacDouald. "perhaps we would not have had thi Ron'.i M' -1111 nut amplify his nar!:* —Keutrr Bomb Thrown Into Belgian Senate As Baudouin h l)vclan>il Ifogmni BRUSSELS \ II LUI ii PRINCE BAUDOUIN i-ciay drove through cheeri crowds leu deep lu be appuinu-d Krm-nt <>i li, t<> uke the Oath of Afltwanrg). CrsM <>i "Vivi Baudoubi' greeted the shm bespeclaclel flyure wwrlng Uw uniform %  .. I.K'iiU'tiJint-tieiH'ral He raiMU hia wl • in a salute. On cither ide of the mu'v i oou 'to.ui shouldac to shoulder TUR> six police outriders on motor cycles escorted the young I M... in vi ava %  • %  > ii'i IT i nBaudoutn answer* of welcome addres se d i" htm l'll'M.U'1.1 ..f UM 1 IL.111.1 MM IV the itath which a ;nst Liken i undsetaJu THREATEN /7.7V. BRIDGEHEAD |B> Jl'LIAN IIATI-:!4) Willi \| II \rlhurs lle.iilqiiarters tor K. Aug. 11 (J0HMUNI3T TROOPS have seized Pohaag in a swift pincers attack through undefended hill country that has nipped over a 30 mile section of the United Nations East Coast flank. South Korean troops defending the Yougdnk centre north of the biasing port and air operations centre which only three weeks ago was an amphib lous landing stage for the American First Cavalry Division were reported cut off. While (he I'lliteH St.ites \ri> mid Marine fnr.es eon I limed (heir mm slowed down puh on Chlnjn. the advunre Communist bus,, on the South < 'IMSI, lun more major threnls to the whole t'niled N.itioiis i>ml .Iniil in Smith Korea were developing. COMMUNIST TROI IPS ferryu Nai %  :,; Rivt*! mill the bridgetv *^orth i : ..in on the right Bank ol Aiin'i i. .in adt i truch America I brtdgi Today's \\ imuT' By Gaunbol Seventeenth Kaee. KabuluuI Uhlrenlh Rare H'aler. rr-s Mniteenth Race. 4 ullrUin %  Atrnl.eth Kiirr Itevt Hl-hes lenl> I irst Race sun Queen lurntt Baaand ua* I.H.I (uriil) llihd l.ji. IfuleilirlU iv stl. I %  [III Pohang May Still Be In U.N. Hands Restrictions Tightened On Malay Press SINGAPORE. Ann 11 Corrununii I usrn rlw dtba ..iiiiMiintration i .... % %  %  publicaUon of <• %  th 9> iiflmiiianl Botna itena %  while aaoreclatlrisj reasoni tot n Irlct i*' lira lieedinn '>[ (he Pres> havt suggested mea^u^e^ n l i*i MALIK IS BLOCKING U.N. PEACE MOVES WASHINGTON. Auy. 11 Secretary of State Dean Acheron, said tn-dav that Jacob Malik's tactics as President of the Security Council were intended to thwart the United Nation';' efrorl t>> restore peace in KonM. no rhmge In Arnarica'i potle) toHe toM reportei B) dtore*na nnnom, laat atrongh the C'hineie \'iori>ili-l WASHINGTON. AUK H Umteattl< and Hii" o8VE6ni • %  ^ii nun i i.'iii. y and ar % %  ii.. actrvtC) i I.|Ni anil bava Parua DMOtS In ii..' Understand i nt: uro then Welfare throu .. the maJ functloi Ii i National Damoi rai The 1'iinei i Kieroi h than n paatad ha ipec I in Vn i oh When he bail flntalwid. Iliundei ou* appUi i irough lh I I I %  • %  nunlsts rose to their feet The iremon> lasrtad thirty minutes A H and I.I i roaa la dv Ii '<• " aring. There winKHI I rigg Ol VI* Haudouln a> the youn Print rbl head held hii|h, and nl %  lireil People (heel A loin; toaatftai laataasssi i<> H^e in W.L Pick Test Team Today • '• !" • %  • %  > Psttesaoasflavi LONDON, Aug li The Weal Indlaa bava ferred the selection o< LhMl latin until ihe rnonung ol iho n the vital lasl Tet at the in i %  Coddard still %  .brualtu. in l,\BsVsk and ruthi shoulder and while he would hX< to play doesn't Inland tu ieupann-e hit teams chances by includhitt himself unless he is perfectly (it It mlghl noi i* aantaii to questur whether im ikMin • apaatM strengthen the ilde Coddard Ii Nhlppen-*! excellently and has fl.'ldad maaidricenlly .lose to Ihe ffi -I Lot Kai not yel scored COO niN I t-o, nuttchaa Marshall Mu> Be In li has wars to tarn uu anptaii t VII lo .SIolliiie>et it wuulil e..ahle Murr,all who now is lit form M fan lo tna I %  .i in rule !. [ %  -IT! %  „.! lUggl We Indlaa are going to play lot %  %  of thi i I 'mnfoii.n. i imbiniT pnlro M'lal ," %  %  through mail u-h i iuii''." tngangi P •ng mi ire a. othwe-l •. Cre/s Rvtrt'tit % %  nl %  %  %  i. Korea i %  Pd %  %  -nl Tht* Irucfc thorili ilti | 000 1,000 I.. %  • II west of P uu Angang far a %  t| | tl IM of II only two ' i" I Rvi %  .:.. ||d I Ambush liiiiftt Utrougnuui ii". -j battla u < poll pianea laiiw ..own on t Hi y D) Li Mated Lnat lh I %  %  i night to .... i I i bst) aa I %  %  ores n %  • Aith tl %  baill) II> i ii' I %  Baal das undai rtml) diiB in '.lie |.i %  tup -iIII.II r? i*. ,.,„ 1 e lKiiltlifi|> rl throuffi I lhat MI, ' %  %  Dl i le aruuian ol Iba tl h A lilgtll douM exists as to > %  iiK-ii oi the tftrw DBMO bowlai will be i n. Jonas, %  rnaari bui nol I %  ,'i> %  I Ii i in nig) II i laid iron ti. at ins most llkai} Die i.nly fueioU'i o( tl I .. ,i o i i "ii ild* rod aoubtfi i Team Tired The nan, la ilellm'i ly tired Si C i that %  > anything conn Inal W.i... k But I i I Vlll \H f i U %  %  .. EiigJand i bo p taasn balng rapidl) depleted a 1 b aatn ihe nils "' %  Bacond Davtn are worrying about Trevor Hallo %  l.lina him Ul ., ., II. n iv.ru I im i rtU of Ihe .ii r, rati MU i in DMi (rorri Buwon iw MHith nl Seoul i %  %  not dt nl ".i brldgi i.> % %  1 I %  %  : |0 unlsti the Southern part of thi Bndgahaad |ual dowi tioin tin II main poalUona Noi tii< i in ik weii apparent!] having no dlrfli altj li U i nearly dry ri lied probnbly ualni 1 i I ga m % % %  • Ion.; n shallow watei ..uu I %  : i • I .... I their i Korean hi Tanks C.omv I'p Will. IH.l* In' dKVttgl ill lanl 9 mill I %  I %  thi> | II i met >i tieid were praying right rhtfaii i peeled %  t.. morrow %  %  %  %  %  .i %  i ilrstrip 1 I ifl I %  s-.iinn Council of the United Hal i a %  %  ii"' %  '•' %  • %  • i enung pubik-atu %  paptra oi Sii Prank in Gtan .i law under i i-. that any newspaoai in ihe colony may be in~peiwieil %  %  %  ai %  %  ah uiatort to sa to the progai I"ri %  .' earl il lastw "i oparnl \n whuh Mm.uu iy eimaged, oi to whnh cornmlttstd b> reai-oi. i.r the Seeuntv I tho [ft bad N %  —Can Press klrate then oppoalUoci '.ithei leOilli A join' of the lielnuii Parliaiw Bid I'rinn |i.. i %  Three hundre.1 and rorly-nn.i rngsjngM ar *>t *he decree with & abstanuoni While was ileOatn ciee a imosia hnmli tl r*va floor of thi While ggUi i for doors In panh Th ad ju'' ; % % %  %  % %  % %  %  %  a> ts> Pan* SEPTEMBER SONG DIES Seplembei Song, a four-yearllioroughl jointly owned by Mr All %  i ugh Q %  ..".! and Mi i I. Wmig nl Trinidad dtad Thursday at Ihe 1 t.* paddoi Tl coll .-., %  iha on of st:n %  : Cobhuntnr, a I i nt ti' trlph nnar Hahram %  i calling Uv menting .. ird of the duties of lu> offlby dilatory tactic*, and by reiterated reversals of the truth, thi Soviet representative ho ob'tructed, but not -irevented. prr>i r.tatlon of Ihe Tai-ts.%  These farts are that the Security Council han by a i lajortly determined the exltence and nature of the aggression. a i\c that the United NaUons has beer; taking: effective, unified than repeal It. and to restore peno A Principle Furihormore, that the United Nations' forces are fighting (ol principle, the principle thai acreilon cannot and will not b" tolerated. %  "On the other hand. Russia has taken no steps to Induce the pupjxv regime In North Korea • cm* hostilities and restore peace." Acheson declared there had been In "PI Ifl BStll ha .II 'i (he President had made it clear that the United States was taking steps lo prevent a Coann lock on Formosa and that the Chinese National! is In I tion should not carry put an the Chinese mainland neuter Cabinet Resigns BRUSSELS. Aug. 11 r Jean Duvleusart of the All Catholic Government ofte brief cabinet meeting to-night went to the Royal Palace and tendered its resignation to Prince Royal. Churchill Calls For European Army To Join Forces With G.L 's ....and I advocate II He ur. ir ASMTOin* %  tOCttphV ban ti. take tho initial step* "It seen.* van likely that *u. ler the to achieve a European army betiluii i di Tihield of the at aUM "there is not a day to l rtatl Army imme ratten Churchill also made thi with the United state-, and Ca nada 1 Britain and Fr.. A*kmK "have am I rovldc large forces on the con. British wartime lead' I nanl lu help create rare Mill under the shM In the shorten! posUbh n %  atom bomb possessed in formid2. Germany must be delayed Sov i able quar • ;hat If he threw in her lot with have no reason to I".one". -'-tern power" mr\ would rd wtth the way things hav"The use of this weapon, would hold her safety and freedom :, shako the loundal i i nl tie Sou.ered as their own. Inn World w\ ( Fi an ci iln— in 1945 they have obtained %  nanl from Soviet am-' 1.1 nm in process built up an own. "There is another re,,..,%  1. a aeneral armed Bganutl nunum againrt western Of Russia and the brookher famous I Rurope and all ii rommunicationi and ribe* BBBM % % %  '' %  losing a single Ru-Liberal aasd his Pnrty are.-d Prmee Baudouin accepted the eenlrsl rontrol rr.iBht well ensia's •'naatt v^tim" Churchill slnn soldli resignation of the Cabinet a^kini; ibl brnvn lUMslan peoples to I by D % % %  " niillion people to the Government to carry on as free thermelves from tyranny far dans were able to "preach pe*e imm*nai popo... Caretaker —Reater worse than that of the Czars" while planning war and ImprovIn my tdg i bn Blhtau Jaa mi Itnl %  lie II.-III.. of manv Italians. wannl> supChurchll 'ii'ngthenmg Rui A new call V* IBs to Uke over tl %  Representative. De l:l Heynaud. baa War Indicating Churchill for Bit %  Poussin %  mb | e and La< full fe.i-i British C-nservati hour Parties again-t -rallsm at present



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Saturday.
ll(Ml I at
ISI.-.O
Barbados
Aduncate
Priff:
FIVE tUTt
Y f a r . .f
COMMUNISTS CAPTURE POHANG
Crowd Witnessed
Big Sweep Draw
THE GRAND STAND at the Garrison Savannah
was crowded with people yesterday evening
some of whom will not be there today. It was yes
terday evening that the wheels were spun to decide
the winning numbers of the Big Sweep Draw. The
crowd included Turf Club Officials, sellers and
holders of tickets and other interested parties.
From about 4.00 p.m. until nearly 5.:*0 people listem-d
to the "click-click-click" of the spinning machine, and the
voice of Hon'ble J. D. Chandler as he called the numbers
drawn, making the serial letters clear with "Z for Za: *i-
bar". "P for Poland", etc.
There was not much talk K jm except from one
TWO CARRY
TOP WEIGHT
'abulout and Dulcibella carry
top weight toda% 'he Marhadu* Tn the final 'lay ol
t Club Mid-sum-
nter Meeting Tod.iv handicap.
art as follows
I'.lk Bar* 41 UtaT HANOI) AP
Law* rar
M lb-.
a 4. fair aa .. ua .. in ..
1 Kl.'1U
1 TlWrian Lad I ::
". FUeuar*
8 lulu-Ion 111 .,
!> > Ml 'H.IMM
H U It ft ).- lta.
114 lb-
1. Dulcibriia Ill .
Jl BaHalum 1M ..
' Dales*. PWIMrlBI ill ..
* W.t,r,,, IM ..
ia Rat* n vstm. M\\ni(4P
1 i*
Tan# 113 Iba
> Hattali-m III ..
1. 4 i-tl"VI .ua ., no
. HI .
ApBllc. IIS
1 Cll*Ion IU ..
1 ua ,.
n Uitk'ib*... ia> .. tat .,
H April F.O<>i Mary Ann "S
- IT... i 1 VIMI 1 It .NOB .1
PI a Ler si ran.
flallain Ha*k at n.
I. Crew Road. IM m
I V.....: : 100 ..
4. >.! Wi.hr- IM
t. Flamr rio*rr 114 ..
iHMMi'Arr,-
t N Pure*. L z cm, a d
Bvr.oc
two
nthtisiasttr ticket sellers. Ax a
of fact, the crowd was -o
raaotrved that u w. difficult iu
guess if anyone iherc had ev ri
got a cash prut.- About half ol
left after the Big Swt ;
Draw and the other* remained to
hear the results erf the first draw
I' 1 SiX-pe.ii>> Convolution liOsMtl.
m while, out on tho Savan-
. lad- played uMMl BI lb*]
would any evening that u draw
for 644.000 was nol in profre-*.
But grooms were on the Savannah
too. giving a walk-around to in*
noises which will compete on the
Anal day of the August pfMtlng
lhat la, today And then the re-
mit- of yesterday's draw will
ttike on real meanniK Then iho
champion horse of the meeting
will correspond to a number that
has been in a sealed envelope
alnee yesterday's draw, and the
second horse will do the *ame
and so down the list
When the races are over this
evening, some person or persons
unknown, will I < vet?
happy, or they should be
HORSES DRAWN
ENGLAND'S
TEST TEAM
By k i,. conn
August U.
England has picked twelve
players for the Dual Test, young
Malcolm Hilton <22) and David
Sheppard (11) being newcomer*
to test cricket
Milton, "the boy who bowled
Bradman twice." Is thus evidently
in the running for the Australian
Tour beginning next month. Cer-
tainly he seems well worth hl
i nance, for he is third In thO
England bowling averages with
well over 100 wickets taken at
some fifteen runs earh. Hi>i
county. Lancashire, are at the top
of the County Championship table
and much of this success Is owed
to Hilton and hi< team mate Hoy
Tattersall. top of the average*
and Bob Berry who played in the
first two Tests.
His county. Lancashire, are at
'he top of the County Champion-
ship table, and much of thi' s
cess It owd to Hilton and
team mate, Roy Tattersall, top
of the averages, and Bob Berry,
who played in the nr*t two tests
New to the West indies will b'
D. V. P. Wright, apparently the
most controversial linure In Eng
liah cricket Wright's perform
ance against the New Zealanders
last year w not Impressive,
wicket for 114 runs nor was
showing against the Ausstes
year before2 wickets for 129
runs, still he ha* takon over 125
wickets this season. And because
|tr has not ye' played
against them, his quickish le*-
spinnem are by way of being
fitglands trump card for Wor-
th on ia*e 3
I I ami iiaik:
nil. UCONO Itsi MATCH \l LORD*! hrur
a le, side I i
5653
e.
W>9
f5t, 273?.
F.
IM?
H.
4471
L
3385. 4531 (Con.)
K.
HP
M.
stie
a
9979. 1930
P.
2443, 29II
1941. 7263
ft.
1129
8.
Mn
T.
7341
V.
8137, 7423
W.
2999
X.
8489. 0534
Z.
9440. 9164
cc.

114
K.
3149. 4197
EX.
7031, 4371 1231
MM.
1435
NT*.
4671
OO.
6970
PP.
6X19
u,
1793, 33?fi
38.
6501. 3414
TT.
on.), 7841. 9533. 964
cu.
2S64 94>7
ww.
964)4
YT.
6661
BBB.
7666. 0870
DDD
3266. 1483
CIE
9065
FTF.
5373
QOO.
2979
m On i'. K
FBI Breaks
Up Atom
Spy Ring
WASHINGTON. Aug II
The Fr.H'i >
Uon ii-i,iv made .
necUoa
si
U mb secrets to Hussia The Justice
Department SJinounced thai 14-
i ..i i | A Exi Ireenglassi
\ '..ken into
. .
Her busband Julius Rosenberg
and brother !>.>'
W6T9 arreMi\f lati naOOUl Fill
Dnec-ti.i Edgar H H
Hoeenlierg. the mother of tw >
children, || eSMffSJtd Wstl
||nsj with her hiithnrul and others
[to recruit her broth*
iitlto the spy rinif
..eeri muri.i
with sdvlttg atomic secrets to Jui-
irrj Qal i
I'h.i.ideipiu.i chaatisi winie Qreori

:- .. Mi mi ii. !..
M
Small, in.i I- ivc Mi
was held in $100.1)011 b.nl fhH I
Assist i. State. AttOtlM)
:.:... i an hrn bus
band had -itions to
the- country after U l
oi the confi pj Han -
Gold
If the crime with ^ i...
irm-d had not wcurre.!.' I i
t'nitod Btatea CenuntsaiatM i Bdgai
MacDouald. "perhaps we would
not have had thi
Ron'.i M' -1111 nut amplify his
nar!:* Keutrr
Bomb Thrown Into
Belgian Senate
As Baudouin h l)vclan>il Ifogmni
BRUSSELS \ ii lui ii
PRINCE BAUDOUIN i-ciay drove through cheeri
crowds leu deep lu be appuinu-d Krm-nt <>i li,
t<> uke the Oath of Afltwanrg). CrsM <>i "Vivi Baudoubi'
greeted the shm bespeclaclel flyure wwrlng Uw uniform
! .. I.K'iiU'tiJint-tieiH'ral He raiMU hia wl
in a salute.
On cither ide of the mu'v
i oou 'to.ui shouldac to shoulder
TUR> six police outriders on
motor cycles escorted the young
I M...
, in vi ava > i- i'i it i
nBaudoutn answer*
of welcome addressed i" htm
l'll'M.U'1.1 ..f UM 1 Il.111.1
MM IV the itath which
a ;nst Liken i undsetaJu
THREATEN /7.7V.
BRIDGEHEAD
|B> Jl'LIAN IIATI-:!4)
Willi \| ii \rlhurs lle.iilqiiarters tor K.
Aug. 11
(J0HMUNI3T TROOPS have seized Pohaag in
a swift pincers attack through undefended hill
country that has nipped over a 30 mile section of
the United Nations East Coast flank.
South Korean troops defending the Yougdnk
centre north of the biasing port and air operations
centre which only three weeks ago was an amphib
lous landing stage for the American First Cavalry
Division were reported cut off.
While (he I'lliteH St.ites \ri> mid Marine fnr.es
eon I limed (heir mm slowed down puh on Chlnjn. the
advunre Communist bus,, on the South <'imsi, lun more
major threnls to the whole t'niled N.itioiis i>ml .Iniil in
Smith Korea were developing.
COMMUNIST TROI IPS ferryu
Nai :,; Rivt*! mill the bridgetv *^orth
i : ..in on the right Bank ol
Aiin'i i. .in adt i truch
America I
brtdgi
Today's \\ imuT'
By Gaunbol
Seventeenth Kaee. Kabuluu-
I Uhlrenlh Rare H'aler. rr-s
Mniteenth Race. 4 ullrUin
Atrnl.eth Kiirr Itevt
Hl-hes
lenl> I irst Race sun
Queen
lurntt Baaand ua* i.h.i
(uriil) llihd l.ji.
IfuleilirlU
iv
stl.
I
[III
Pohang May
Still Be In
U.N. Hands
Restrictions
Tightened
On Malay Press
SINGAPORE. Ann 11
Corrununii I usrn rlw
. dtba ..iiiiMiintration i
....
publicaUon of < th 9>
iiflmiiianl Botna itena
while aaoreclatlrisj reasoni tot n
Irlct i*' lira lieedinn '>[ (he Pres>
havt suggested mea^u^e^ n l i*i
MALIK IS BLOCKING
U.N. PEACE MOVES
WASHINGTON. Auy. 11
Secretary of State Dean Acheron, said tn-dav that
Jacob Malik's tactics as President of the Security Council
were intended to thwart the United Nation';' efrorl t>> re-
store peace in KonM. no rhmge In Arnarica'i potle) to-
He toM reportei B) dtore- *na nnnom, laat atrongh
the C'hineie \'iori>ili-l
WASHINGTON. Auk H
Umte deployed to contain the enetnj
throat" In the Pohang area of
Korea, an Amsrisasa Efataai i i1
partment ild to-day.
*ld conflicting reports
i: |
ibout the kind this
principal iplj port

Thev said thi Poi
miles southeast oi thi
still belo-.. itad Na-
il dl (From rv aid Anir'i | p| ni evaeu-
,'.
Ain.v ofl "' dor, t
' Pohang the
nemy contl
.

On- .nr I*., .il- r .
. 'Ml.
ftoyal park !." W| I'.irli- ,,.
Ueuaa chaw
.^ the Prli
Then- wit. loud
S va Baudouin" also alonx r
i
m bo '' i<< in. bIhsb i aga
and iig.iin
Thousands oi awltat
the day off ti are the Young Pi In
Par the Bnnl tune iii Brlti ildriM through
rilpnial h'gat luatorv, the safe-(only lw weehs -
Mo-trdirig ..fine interest. -,t tn lUhtiiiK pltehed )>attl<
and Hii" o8VE6ni *
^- ii .
nun i i.'iii. y and ar
ii.. actrvtC)
i i.|n- i anil bava Parua
DMOtS In ii..'
Understand i nt:
uro then Welfare throu ..
the maJ functloi Ii i
National Damoi rai
The 1'iinei i
Kieroi h than n paatad ha ipec I
in Vn i oh
When he bail flntalwid. Iliundei
ou* appUi i irough lh
I I I .....
nunlsts rose to their feet
The iremon> lasrtad
thirty minutes A H and
i.i i roaa la dv Ii '<' "
aring.
There win- KHI I rigg Ol VI*
Haudouln a> the youn Print
rbl head held hii|h, and nl
lireil
People (heel A loin;
toaatftai laataasssi i<> H^e in
W.L Pick
Test Team
Today
' ! > Psttesaoasflavi
LONDON, Aug li
The Weal Indlaa bava
ferred the selection o< LhMl latin
until ihe rnonung ol iho n
the vital lasl Tet at the in i

Coddard still
.brualtu. in l,\- BsVsk and ruthi
shoulder and while he would hX<
to play doesn't Inland tu ieupann-e
hit teams chances by includhitt
himself unless he is perfectly (it
It mlghl noi i* aantaii to questur
whether im ikMin apaatM
strengthen the ilde Coddard Ii
Nhlppen-*! excellently and has fl.'ld-
ad maaidricenlly .lose to Ihe ffi *
-I Lot Kai not yel scored COO niN
I t-o, nuttchaa
Marshall Mu> Be In
li has wars to tarn uu anptaii ,
t vii lo .SIolliiie>et it wuulil e..-
ahle Murr,all who now is lit form
. m fan lo tna I
.i in rule
!. [
-IT! .! lUggl ,
We Indlaa are going to play lot
! .

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I
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imbiniT pnlro
' M'lal ,"
through
mail ......u-h i
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ng mi ire a. othwe-l
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west of P.....uu
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far a t| | tl IM of II
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Ambush liiiiftt
Utrougnuui ii". -j
battla u <
poll pianea laiiw ..own on t
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das undai
rtml) diiB in '
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tup -i- iii.Ii
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1
e lKiiltlifi|> rl
throuffi

I lhat mi, '
' Dl i le
aruuian ol Iba tl h
A lilgtll douM exists as to
> iiK-ii oi the tftrw dbmo bowlai
will be i n. Jonas,

rnaari bui nol I
,'i> .' I Ii i in nig) ii .
i laid iron ti.
at ins most llkai}
Die i.nly fueioU'i o( tl I
.. ,i o i i "ii ild* rod aoubtfi i
Team Tired
The nan, la ilellm'i ly tired Si
C i that >
anything conn
.....Inal W.i... k But
I i
I Vlll \Hfi
. U ..
EiigJand i bo p taasn balng
rapidl) depleted a1* b
aatn ihe nils "' Bacond Davtn
are worrying about Trevor Hallo

l.lina him
Ul ., .,
ii. n iv.ru I im i
rtU of Ihe
.ii r, rati
MU
i in
DMi.....
(rorri Buwon iw
MHith nl Seoul i

not dt nl ".i brldgi i.>
1 I : |0
unlsti
the Southern part of thi
Bndgahaad |ual dowi
tioin tin ii main poalUona
Noi tii< i in ik weii apparent!]
having no dlrfli altj li
U i nearly dry ri
lied probnbly ualni 1 i
I.....ga m
Ion.; n shallow watei ..uu
I
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their i
Korean hi '
Tanks C.omv I'p
Will. IH.l* I-.....
n' dKVttgl ill -
lanl 9 mill I

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thi> | ii i met >i
tieid were praying
right
rhtfaii i
peeled
.
t.. morrow
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.i i .
ilrstrip 1 I ifl
I

s-.iinn Council of the United
Hal i a ' * ii"' '' i
enung pubik-atu
paptra
oi Sii Prank in Gtan
.i law under i
i-. that any newspaoai
in ihe colony may be in~peiwieil
ai ah uiatort to
sa to the progai I-
"ri .' earl il lastw "i
oparnl \n whuh
Mm.uu iy eimaged, oi to whnh
cornmlttstd b> reai-oi.
i.r the Seeuntv
I tho [ft bad N
Can Press
klrate then oppoalUoci
'.ithei leOilli
A join'
of the lielnuii Parliaiw
Bid I'rinn |i.. i

Three hundre.1 and rorly-nn.i
rngsjngM ar *>t *he
decree with & abstanuoni While
was ileOatn ,
ciee a imosia hnmli tl r*va
floor of thi
While ggUi i
for doors In panh
Th ad ju''
;
a> ts> Pan*
SEPTEMBER SONG
DIES
Seplembei Song, a four-year-
llioroughl.....
jointly owned by Mr All
i ugh Q ...".! and Mi i
I. Wmig nl Trinidad dtad
Thursday at Ihe 1 t.* paddoi
Tl coll .-., iha on of st:n
: Cobhuntnr, a I
.......i nt ti'
trlph
nnar Hahram
i .
calling Uv
menting
.. ird of the duties of lu> offl-
by dilatory tactic*, and by reitera-
ted reversals of the truth, thi
Soviet representative ho ob-
'tructed, but not -irevented. prr-
>i r.tatlon of Ihe Tai-ts.-
These farts are that the
Security Council han by a
i lajortly determined the exltence
and nature of the aggression. ai\c
that the United NaUons has beer;
taking: effective, unified than
repeal It. and to restore peno
A Principle
' Furihormore, that the United
Nations' forces are fighting (ol
principle, the principle thai a-
creilon cannot and will not b"
tolerated.
"On the other hand. Russia has
taken no steps to Induce the pup-
jxv regime In North Korea
cm* hostilities and restore
peace."
Acheson declared there had been
In
"PI
Ifl
BStll
ha
.ii'i
(he President had made it clear
that the United States was taking
steps lo prevent a Coann
lock on Formosa and that the
Chinese National! is In I
tion should not carry put
an the Chinese mainland
neuter
Cabinet Resigns
BRUSSELS. Aug. 11
r Jean Duvleusart of the
All Catholic Government ofte
brief cabinet meeting to-night
, went to the Royal Palace and
tendered its resignation to
Prince Royal.
Churchill Calls For European Army
To Join Forces With G.L 's
....and I advocate
II He ur. ir Asmto- in* ' tOCttphV
ban ti. take tho initial step* "It seen.* van likely that *u.
ler the to achieve a European army be- tiluii i di
Tihield of the at aUM "there is not a day to l
rtatl Army imme
ratten Churchill also made thi
with the United state-, and Ca
nada 1 Britain and Fr..
A*kmK "have am I rovldc large forces on the con.
British wartime lead' I nanl lu help create r-
are Mill under the shM In the shorten! posUbh n
atom bomb possessed in formid- 2. Germany must be delayed Sov i
able quar ;hat If he threw in her lot with have no reason to I"-
.one". -'-tern power" mr\ would rd wtth the way things hav-
"The use of this weapon, would hold her safety and freedom :,
shako the loundal i i nl tie So- u.ered as their own. Inn World w\(
Fianci iln in 1945 they have obtained
nanl from Soviet am-'
1.1 nm in
process built up an
own.
"There is another re,,..,- 1.
a aeneral armed Bganutl
nunum againrt western
Of Russia and the brook- her famous
I Rurope and all
ii rommunicationi and ribe* bbbM '' losing a single Ru-- Liberal aasd his Pnrty are.-d
Prmee Baudouin accepted the eenlrsl rontrol rr.iBht well en- sia's 'naatt v^tim" Churchill slnn soldli
resignation of the Cabinet a^kini; ibl brnvn lUMslan peoples to I by D niillion people to '!
the Government to carry on as free thermelves from tyranny far dans were able to "preach pe*e imm*nai popo...
Caretaker Reater worse than that of the Czars" while planning war and Improv- In my tdg
i bn Blhtau
Jaa mi Itnl
lie ii.-iii..
of manv Italians. wannl> sup-
Churchll
'ii'ngthenmg Rui
A new call V* IBs
to Uke over tl
Representative. De l:l
Heynaud. baa
War Indicating Churchill for Bit

Poussin

mb |
e and La-
< full fe.i-i
British C-nservati
hour Parties again-t
-rallsm at present


PACK TWO
DARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATl'ROAV. AUGUST 12. 13
Qa)ub Qallinq
From CanadaU.S. Visit
RHI RNINO viMcrday from a
.1X-UI
r.d iiw United sui-~ wen Mi
Varna Knishi
Tb*3 won! up via \<
MM York and ''
and returned the same way. ex-
.
    y called at Tnnida '
    f Venezuela Mr Kn'fht
    u the Vvneiuelan Honorary Vice
    Consul In liar bad o* and also an
    I i,l M'ssrv Da O0S*a *
    M
    For U.S. Holiday
    IS W It M1LLAK an,
    laughter
    L 8
    Jean, who left
    on Tuvsuay by U.W.I A
    rrmidad. are expected In
    there lo-day en route to the
    where they will spend i>
    holiday in New York Durum
    their shot! BUy In Trinidad the)
    wenl over to Tobago for a coupli
    of day* to aee Mrs Millars
    Mother Rev I. Me K Jones, who
    is Headmaster >( bishop's HlBh
    Schoo*. Tobago
    Here For Two Weeks
    A I.KIVINU by the "GascoRi
    /a vwterday morning from
    .Idilimque were Mr mid Mr*
    Vance. Mr Vance is
    Consul of Mm -
    French
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    MR A MK> VIIIMIN KMI.IIT. ulm rrt.iri.r-il ,.-|.,.i., Irom
    their Caiia.ll.in I s rtatt. ffkaj arrived via Trinidad In It W l\
    . t pre
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    M
    bados staying willi Mi an
    Bn p. a c i.n ...
    .....B| -.:-. Mi JtiattO I i. I lOWl
    Hard ana Mrs. Ward. Mr. Wunl Patron I
    ,i mambai ol UM
    r Hoard o! i-itors
    Hospital.
    Age Sock'Iv .ni< i
    Ama-
    iu leur AihleUt Ti.iiiung School.
    Visiting Hil Parents
    am IVf" "KNIS MKNIJES, son of
    i'a. Mr. and Mrs S Mendcs <.t
    in Puert<
    I*uune Judge in B.G
    they have been living In that
    colony now for about a year
    .hil arrival, ooa M
    irs* missions was '__ .
    connected with IheYuui.gW..i- '* .'""
    Christian Aaaociation, and M ... > View arrlvad from Mil
    immediately asked to be a mem- <"> Weto
    the Board ol Wractora. Weo of n* i A
    Ai the Haoi latl
    r.ie'iin. MM w" alacted Vtea-
    ,1111(111 ol
    the Social Welfare Commlttea
    Earlier th
    as a Poor Uaw Comiiw-
    ingtlia absence or Mr A \ Then l
    who was on leave.
    A keen member of the Commit-
    tee of Management of the Infant
    Welfare Clinic, I
    i |r the work ol this 01
    fctoiiisalion. fibs '
    much which can be done lor the
    ,.( working math)
    i5 also the i rei iry
    Sock", i
    Unique, Guadeloupe
    Culana. and they are here on
    tSTO weeks' holiday staying at the
    W.ndsor Hotel
    Afler their holiday Mrs Vaacs ,
    ill In- n-ttimlng to Martinique ,.
    tHit Mr Vance will lie going over
    to Cayenne to pay an official call
    Back From Holiday
    MRS Marian Roachford. wile
    of Mr. Tom Roachford re-
    turned from her Trinidad holidav
    vesterdsy by B.W.l.A
    Off To B.G.
    MRS. Aletha Sealy. aftft ol
    Captain Carnie Sealv. of
    "Grand View", Clapham. left by
    BW.I.A. on Thursday for Bi
    where she will spend a holiday
    The Seven DaysHere
    For A Week
    | (.WEN DAY and two 1V1 Bart
    children im nsacognr
    r .ornlng by th "Osar>- ThaA S,. Ad M^ ,
    1 M Dray ton in RockU j
    i tek befora si
    M"
    Arrived Yesterday
    MR PflTB LACa i.urned to
    Uarbados yesterday by the
    mm England

    iv rg " ct* *" easen
    , Radio Nt
    i RMi" ThMli l" <* a
    ,1 ..-,. 10 W p m Bo"
    I, I* (> IB Tin

    Bird Golf
    l,. HOON
    Thomas rmanuel 6B
    . 0X1 |D
    I ,oachH -' th i way:
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    G AIT 1 1 (The Garden) ST. JAMES
    FBI SVT MM 8 F M MAT. SIN 5 P.M
    teseart < Thriller .
    < ARY GRANT
    JOHN UARFIELD
    DESTINATION TOKYO'"
    ith a Hoat of F*vourlle
    fruit
    the
    /iielu. where her
    Sianles I'-
    in Caracas. Molhei
    of her childreti
    Vapj
    ,,f seven, fow
    Larbadoa, and Um
    II trrlva
    ys to Join the (
    Remaining Here
    Thelmn Barnes and her
    daughters Angela and
    Elizabeth arrived here r<
    morning by B.W.l.A from Trini-
    dad Her husband. Cspt Robefl
    Barnea nnd young son Jim wUI
    , be arriving in Barbados short!%
    Oh VISH to hi. .....vi.is and lhl.v w| no, op rpturning to
    i.d has been awaj for over three Trinidad. Mm. Barnes und tm
    ,i For tha lasl two yean ha two daughters will be
    forme with the Mayhew* In River Road
    CROSSWORD
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    ' 11
    "^ 4 11
    i HOUSEWIVES-GUIDE AdVO-i sterday SWETT POTATOM 3 cents centi per lb
    [Rupert and the Back-room Boy-19
    The forcgoinc position
    Mri Ward, lot the programs of
    s. cJal HTeUara In \->- will hardl)
    it of her unlimited
    . . rg) -viu'ii it i omas
    vlivi n !'
    Splrini D I "'! Wom-
    , .'.... .. >n ... I -'
    to varHMI churches
    and Wonv
    h^>; been to l(i:
    I. aounoa *- thougU -ii aiirni
    U srduciion
    i . i-.;a god. tS)
    t S*.-H!r i iniiMial po^iloa ri
    . I UOM t*)
    legiea Hi
    it.-.
    I : -vcn M
    31 You m. obo-t'i
    2* i
    -not
    . < isttsg .
    Ji *s
    j Jl Acrow iSl
    Ihiw a
    a ihaeuoHMi
    j. ihi-. MM loi not m
    . I- li
    i. lino l- without *ina> is
    . Haul* "i 5 Ai'tn
    ,i .
    , | xv. ylf.e I 1 m*l i
    H TlimK !
    n ADa-iUilcif uuiiowa '3 a
    ', a rut ciTft tha oada." ,11 llrUlliv ill
    -.-1 ii
    was/-
    ||i At rli *' t
    with our tnxk.ro,
    t'nii hii work, tnd only
    iSoot BBamriaj **< efl do to yo
    *hn hr (atdwi ,o> H mrni
    iht Rupin hurna* ime
    hii :r. >i t |.-*n and fellawu ham
    through ih wliKtow.
    W.
    THtiSAMBOLS
    i- kT oa- IS "w:
    own: a. Laii
    BY THE WAY &> Beachcomber
    *T*HE DjBwi that there arc to
    Jl be cricket taetoTlaa, run by
    boards and commitlecs and area
    youth councils and all the rest
    of |L means that there will be
    less fun in the game Hi.ul evei
    These factories will turn out
    orthodox prigs, who know all the
    correct strokes and the theoiy ol
    bowling. The talented lad who
    la caught young will km I
    be able to play cricket lor fun.
    It will be taught to him like
    algebra, and if he grown up to
    captain |:" I '
    Herald., having established hi.
    quarU-rings), he will never again
    be as happy at he an
    been on the vil.
    ing against all the ru*
    lh! Liny i'JuithtoMS
    A T tin- fVnlBfl Hotel. Mr
    ^ Chadstone made his appeal
    I'.kini! He was
    I ilishi'vilhd iigar, and
    saying to an astonished old lady.
    "Yes. Ma'am, vou muhl put
    ler Abbey BM Bl
    Paul's down in Texas and lose
    'em. Cm l ii- smell !
    oil." "Then- is a lot of cactuj,
    1 believe, In Texas?" said the
    iad>. "Doctors done ki Hd !
    |L" replied Mr. Chadstone.
    i u Baked the
    ,i,l the librarian.
    'There alnt one hick m ten wid
    cactue now The lady's nlec*"
    asked D" ihej have blll-bUUei
    In Texaa'" "Backon they no,"
    geld Mr. Chadatone "Bui them
    hUl-bUllei mostly stirks to the
    moun'alna, Thai's iK-tti-i nil In Ino
    plains, lad, goahdarn It" "This
    Ml likt .i Foreign countr.>
    to vou" said the old lad] witt
    toiisummate stupidity. "You'r
    tooting well right." said Mi
    Chadstone, "I ain't got a sniff ol
    an oil-well In this burg. Gee, I'i
    lonesome for da derricks"
    Snlar .tfus
    WHAT is it about the mous.
    that so terrifies even Um
    least hysterical of woman I
    read how a Women's Institute
    was thrown into confusion by lh
    entry of n mouse ("They stood o.i
    thairs or waved their legs in ttw
    air"). Now if an elephant ha I
    walked In there would have bean
    no panic. The nearest Zoo would
    have been rung up, and
    I'rodnome: Don't you see, at
    elephant couldn't have run up s
    -kirt ii down the back of
    uimper'
    My*elf: Ah. yes. Thank you I
    hadn't looked at n like that.
    A Star
    of
    Beauty
    can mean
    You!
    Lovely Margaret LackwotHl
    says
    "Give youi compleaioo the genrie
    beautifying c.irc of I.ux I'oilel Snap
    as I tin! I lii-> pun* while soup
    leaves your skin toltri, smoother!
    I cover my face ^curiously with its
    riefj njHi-i h .u:i. latha workingh
    in gently and thoroughly. Then I
    iii.se witli warm wata and splasfa on
    (.old. Lux l.nlrt Soap makes you
    me !! a clear, fresh ^m tlie
    foundation of beauti "
    LUX

    iWlu ue* to Mnt
    ii 1 BIT lOOBHJ. * Mr
    MWH ID RJtK n 100
    Heart Trouble
    Caused by High
    Blood Pressure
    I f > n > t l : uoj: i' tha h
    ilMiailon. dlitaML SMdaehvi .
    ; and ksak W base sa4 abova a <
    i orisaai aTbr^uMaal nar( or ..
    '- rraia aear alaap, ( m
    aaol aasnrr. u : ,.,
    mptomaara ao caramon and *
    'a'akan lor aoma alinpla allfflant I
    hi auftar from c c' tbaaa n>f
    ml your lira trt k ,: I
    iaart Troutla or a paralvtla atroka
    nfl you aliould atari iraatmorit a
    'iioa. TTia vary Brat doaa of Noici
    iformarlr knawa aa Myr a t.
    i adlcal dlarovarr. radumHi|h H
    Piaaaura and makaa you ' - yaan
    voungar In a raw data. Clat Noi from jour chamtat today It la ir
    antaad t maka tun ft*: o.ai*'..-i
    atrong a* JnSt aaak an t.tur i
    iiso Baesata,
    TOILET SOAP
    THE FRAGRANT WHITE SOAP OF THE FILI
    FOR THE BI^T
    WOOL KM HATS
    DLMANO
    Cb/tto&it/?6
    At

    he ''
    4v he -
    ma wHb lii bU i
    .
    mall Mil ..>
    -

    . wllh IIi aw
    I,, time 2" ynrd. fir
    he gnrn
    Kmanuel end I>l5
    , Inudent eon
    '" He plH.eo
    '"'' '*"""' INS
    IO-M4.UT
    DINE AND DANCE
    AT
    atm i'lub cnwajagA iM.mb.-i oom
    MATINU: : Tll-DAV AT 5.M0 r.M.
    Tl) NIGHT TO MI1M1W Nir.HT AT .:
    GLORIA WARHEN in
    Al.WAVS IN MI HMRT'"
    ,lh WALTER HUSTON KAY FRANCIS
    a nan h-o Mm
    CLUB MORGAN
    iSTndiis most popular night club
    DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS
    Served througliout the Night
    Dial 4000 for Kesorv almns
    SAT. SI'S. -It 11.311 I* M
    ' The Thrill of Llfellmr I
    I'lt/A
    i.i.oiii:
    TO DAY B a H30 L Continuing DAILY
    m IT'*i A f^lLi
    DKLIGHT!
    I MIMIll
    Tu-ll.iy l TuvMlnv.
    4.45 & R-30 p.m.
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    Mao; wm
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    dja
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    !':' nta :
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    Starring :
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    Gene Tierncy
    Gooyic Withers
    Hugh Marlowe
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    I :ai s, S.U p.m.
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    "And now, comrades, to ike barbarous Roman Empire.1 period u'hen ONE
    could decide war or peace for the entire world"
    The Fourth
    And Last
    Test Match
    TODAY the Wnt Indies, becin
    II* loui Hi .ind Bnal aim vi\.i| mgl
    Ol this Tuur at the Oval, with '
    1 : the whole cricket world
    dxed upon IhU hiMortc piece ol
    1 .igllsh tin f The Test wore to
    i"l* 1* 21 In favour of *e West
    . .lie-. and '"'i. of the questions
    lo be answered are:
    Can England even the score b>
    liOlhff .Mir Can the West In
    i'.cs keep the rubber by pel
    .iiolhor \vm" Will the game re
    -< tlrugg),.
    II] !*! oin" In a draw"'
    in third occasion
    ',. i. m ..,, which n" Tourist-.
    IhC Oval They
    ' . pi.... Iwiea, wmniiuj the
    U inning* aft'-i
    ill* lirnt hail rulcl m a draw; arid
    I i .ivi,.r the Weil Indies
    batsmen gave a Rood account of
    t|VM
    I'irst Gum
    in. r.111 game, in May. wat ihe
    third ItaUirv >'ii the cam. and .he
    Tourists hit up r.S7 for the low of
    ;i to) il which has been
    ii pped only lour tunes since 'So
    nrai CambrMja, S3* versus
    Hampatilr. i.tt' i^i-n. I -
    shtie and AM versus England in
    the lt"rt Tri In the second
    . 1 0Vi I week ago. ire
    West Indies' 4S4 proved enmigh to
    v.111 uie game comfortably
    S it is on the cards that with
    their fair shore of fortune's lav
    out Hi" West Inches will do well
    :>- the Oval, a ground that has
    . i : *il towards
    visitors. The Wes.' Indies have
    jrat to win a game there, but one
    <.i their best performance* in 1
    1 to this Tour was at the
    Oval
    Itt-vicwiiig the 1939 Tour which
    rcviated by the outbreak
    of war. thP Times" of August ?fi
    lecords:
    One CumpUMrdi
    or the thraa Tai Mali 11
    which were played only one VnM
    1 mplatad, when England won
    ..t lord's by eight wjefcetJ But
    lho West Indies tan certainly
    claim to have shared the honour
    of the last game at the Oval
    where they gained a lead of 141
    Eight Granted Ifarbour Log
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    OrBwtti;
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    A-Il- rt.arumn. Mr Wat arm f*p *'
    Teat Team
    * r : ,,!,, Pae I
    "ii. Waaaaa, WaleeW
    ut most welcome to Krijtl U.
    fans is the r.turn to illness Bod
    u uh ikh 1: Dai ti
    compton. iiunng his indispo.
    tion, was a national cortaatt
    There were daily bulletins on h.
    ccndition. nnd nearly Mr
    toatnst lr. Xaondon dr- :.
    t ;- ntuatloni
    robaaaai that race the .-
    BOW are not quite too
    l rohletni that faced him at Trent
    ilnrtie Whal .ihout Rov Mar
    hall* M> solution is the .n\"
    as the one offered at Notunghatn
    only this time 1 do not make th
    rrservBtion thai I would plat
    Johnson If he i/fii.
    Trent n ridge | nntnriously
    f.t; the Oeal more n
    gaa The fast imwler was
    more essential then than now.
    rmd Marshall would strenalhen
    the hatrintt immenseb What is
    the use of Bet-severing with the
    fast attack when It has not real-
    lv come nfT even in the countv
    Valentin.' (; <.. \
    rell are the men who have bce*i
    doini; the most damage, surelv
    these four, with Goctdard ami
    Marshall to rest them, can shoul-
    der the burden The problem will
    vanish, of course, if Goddard
    himaeu* is unable to play. He
    developed flbroaitis at Swansea
    at the moment of writing.
    Is not certain of playing
    Should Stollmeyer have to tnk.
    harge, Johnson should be sure
    of his place
    The good news of Compton's
    ictum has been offset K artai
    of eve-nl-the-match
    Evans fractured a thumb yester-
    dav while bnttinc aeainst Mul-
    flaaaa, Gilbert iVrkhouse. Ola*
    irgan bat. had to withdraw thtt
    morning because of n haatn cold.
    and Tm-or Bailey wag taken lo
    hospital this morning for exam-
    ination after being struck on the
    left hand while hatting against
    I^leestershire
    The withdrawal (kl Washbrook
    ml Purkhouse will almost cer-
    tainly give David Sheppard. of
    Cambridge University and Sus-
    opetiinr. batsman. In. .hin,'
    will be remembered f.-r h
    22? for Cambridge against the
    West Indies earlier in the tour.
    He has scored 6 centuries ihl>
    season.
    Arthur Martntyre. an aide
    UbaUiMtB for Evuns. was Ikwii
    A-Hliin five minutes walk of the
    Oval At the time ol writing no
    decision had lieen taken alM.nl
    Bailey
    a vnu read this, the game will
    under wav. TCU will, I know.
    I am certain, he Rlued tn yotir
    radios
    An extraordinary muddle oc-
    tretl when Franl; I OWaOtl, witn-
    an hour nf being Invited lo
    loin England's team in London for
    the fourth Test, waa tol.1 Ihol he
    ould not after all I*1 required
    Instead. hU County lolleague.
    speed U.wler Alev Coxon was BfR-
    Pd.
    The .isiinii'.i.n.i i*quence !>r-
    gan when Gilbert Parkhouse waa
    ordered to rematn In t>eti with
    leavy cold. Selector "Bob'' Wyatl
    aTOajJMad the need for the jirei-
    ence of n hntsfnan for any emer-
    gancy, and Lowson was inviti-d
    Later came the news that Trevor
    Bailey. Essex all rounder
    had gone to hospital for an exam-
    ination of the Angers of his lefi
    hand which had been struck whil.
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    about Bde>. sk 1
    B:own said he could new
    enter a Teat without a se.
    DOWBM
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    invited to |owi i"- !''.im at th
    Oval.

    that the aiuiountetm:
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    would not have played I
    gests that il Bailey i- fit C R l
    taralfUi man, lha
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    PACK. FOl'R
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    SATURDAY XII.IsT It, l50.
    R\RBADOSu
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    ADVOCATE
    Siiiurdi.) iufusl It i. III IMI WU1VIU
    IN pubhc lecture delivered during ihe
    week to .in mien ''ll- Mau-
    rice Connor, Barbadian siudent o( the
    Canadian National Institute lor the Blind
    pointed out the need for a Caribbean Insti-
    tute for the Blind in this area. There will
    be few who. ulu i hMTinf Of leading that
    address would not subscribe to this view.
    In the past (and still today! there has
    been in the West Indies the mistaken view
    that blind people netded merely sympathy
    and pity; but modern Ideas have shown that
    blindness although a physical disability is
    not necessarily a complete handicap
    Advanced training and scientilic methods
    have afforded blind people an opportunity
    ond the means of continuing to work in a
    variety of trades and professions.
    There could be no better evidence of this
    statement ihun Mr Connor himself whose
    performance on the piano during the pro-
    gramme, the calmness of his temperament
    and his ability as a lecturer mark;; him out
    as an outstanding member of any commun-
    ity. Nature bestows her gifts on whom she
    will.
    The blind often have latent talents the
    benefit of which may be lost to society be-
    cause there is no opportunity of developing
    these talents.
    Within recent years a few children from
    Barbados have been sent for training to
    Trinidad but there is need and scope for
    greater facilities i->r training so that thoa*
    who have been afllicted need no longer feel
    that they are dependent upon charity or
    their friends or family to maintain an exist-
    ence
    After the first Great War the training of
    blind and maimed people progressed rop-
    idly and during the years which have inter-
    vened, many <>f them have been able to
    make outstanding contributions to the wel-
    fare of society.
    Thousands enjoyekl freedom from de-
    pendence on society for the means of a
    livelihood.
    It is easy to see how an effort to found a
    Caribbean Institute for the Blind is worth
    making. V
    In Trinidad already good work has been
    done and now that Mr. Connor has come
    back to the West Indies to show what can
    be achieved in wider fields it is a challenge
    to West Indian society to do something to
    help its unfortunate member*.
    U h* hew proved that limited facilities
    have been the real handicap. Thin can be
    removed by the concentrated efforts of the
    people of this area who stand to benefit
    from such an Institution.
    I MH.ltA I IO\
    t 11 win* ,
    MM ago I have tven .mo *. *.
    heard many references lo emigre- H. ! ^111 > III14***
    tion a* a mean., of solving prob-
    I over-population an I
    nrant i *io not ">"' T,": "i"" '
    et-all however any reference to objection* The rlay of hapha*-
    ,hat I lt and arrt free-for-all emigration are
    .ma! approach to the over and no country want* Hw-
    !l mm nmneh the plan operated "'""i- M thai ban DOW, n BH
    y the Fairbridge Society any basis thai does not offer rea-
    sonable assurance that the immi-
    Thi- plan hi based on the Idea grant will become a useful dttMfl
    taking the underprivileged and not a public liability within a
    children from Britain to finish short time
    education and receive voca-
    tional training in parts of the There are nol in.ii) places now
    Commonwealth that need popuia- t which a man with th,
    ion. and where the Government mg spirit can go ,
    willing to co-operate with the and independence out of the
    loetety in its purpose. wilderness Perhaps there are
    very few people now who are
    It i- my understanding that the willing to work hard and live
    heme has been remarkably sue- amply for a period of years in
    md in places where the rder to achieve independent.
    I airbridge Schools are establish- anywhere
    no problem of finding
    ml (i i the pupils when When I was in England in 1923
    --\ .ii. old enough, because th" on a business tm>. I met many
    '.he supply owing who aucsUoned i m about condf-
    the reputation that the Schools tions in Canada, nudaty with th*
    rifl up Many of the chil- idea that their children would
    orphaM but MRM have have better prosiwcts there. n* I
    who are unable for vari- agreed that they certainly would.
    ( is reasons Lo gfwe them proper When ihey asked me If we had
    l ii or a |0Od 'art in life, and in the unemployment dole, and I
    a I rases the Society becomes tho explained that W had not needed
    rdlaa of UM child and it so far. they pn tnptty lost inter

    '


    So many of lb
    put forward
    i unieal-
    sMtC in the UfAl ol atlual
    H
    t fin ,11 einigranU is a
    {((-Unite prosp"tt of improving
    a iihm a reason-
    able time. Otherwise a
    ratt? Project.' involving the
    transfer ol txmplc''
    in.its seem especially vulnerable
    owing to the MUCtmi
    _ to be met Man and wife must
    nd he* | home botn ** industrious and adapt-
    able as well as ambitious, and
    of the children must
    be provided for. also employment
    when they leave school Another
    basic principal la, the younger
    the -migrant the better, and the
    oonar eftuMren Mart to form
    : v the more likely
    LbrB aM b :.r(ustrious
    dulti. MRMthin i no I ImpoMl*
    bie where mai
    is endemic
    The Pan l.i idge
    bad betwaeii Bi il ......| Australia
    might neeii tome modification as
    between Barbados and llntis.i
    Honduras, for Instance The plan
    ..,...,-------- Jfl '""f '
    poOiibUity f,,r UK) est, which seemei a sad sign of ''V,'" "' "' '"'"
    years ol the extent to whi< h social security hP"'" ;>"" ',..... "'>"< <<\ .<
    . | saps the Qualities of enterprise * 9*\ 1,k' '
    mJht tl il once rSde '"nv lt ,rV'" ./" '
    CbUdren are given *ome pre- Britain great effort spent If a
    l ibiarj caM and training in suggest a scheme that would
    .mi when ready are sent I doubt if any large-scale coet lees or offer better prospects
    t one or other of the Schools In scheme for migration from the pf long-teim it would
    tralla. Canada. Rhodesia or West Indies to Canada would
    Hrbtre Thev live in happy, prove practical, owimk to the very
    me-likc surrounding*, with good great differences in climate and
    f >d. recreation and educational living and working conditions
    llktte*. and when old enough The only possible plan would take
    .1 trained to do farm chores in youngsters to become adjusted
    Ihe MM of boys, and domestic during their formative yeari, and
    i rk for girl* One feature essen- acquire education and vocational
    IUI to success Is that they are training meanwhile,
    i :s trained to be industrious and _._...
    t live well-ordered, balanced general principle* it would
    1 M, without which any scheme ***m more logical to take them to
    fl emigration will almost surely "wnuT where climate and other
    I i conditions resemble their native
    land more closely. Bueh as British
    "he School ha.s the responsibility Honduras or British Guiana, uuj
    I laeUnsI ihe employer with where the cost of supporting nnd
    rn each child is llrst placed educating thetn would be much
    w .*n couMdeied old enough to go lower.
    t work, and see- to it that waged ... ..
    ..1 living and working conditions The Fairbridge So, lety is :.
    , < up to tUndard A part of the benevolent foundaUon supported
    Iviiflt Is retained by the School h>' private subsenpuon* and be-
    , banked for the minor until quests. I believe it ha* Iteen miwt
    be interestn
    . |
    of it.
    I went to Canada
    1S11 because it secmci a good
    idea at the time. ai.,i 1 '.ill think
    so. My father went to Argen-
    tina in 186T> and my brothers' and
    in there, though
    as it hapi i mm never
    all under one roof Of even In
    the same country together. Now
    I have about a score of great-
    nephew> and great-nieces scat-
    ter. ,l in A ', .ili.i, South Africa,
    Rhodesia and Canada, with only
    two in Ei.gland Bo
    done a lot of emigrating, with
    varying fortunes, though none
    of us have bounced back Durtni
    my 35 years in Canada ] oui
    In oootaet with a lot of immi-
    mnti ..i ii i .i nd from
    many co< nu io and employed
    of tl "in in im In, ii
    IJl Man old rtsfO the guiirdian- successful in Australia, pwhapi one way u: d aiiothi-r I have han
    ' ___i__>__ ___i ji__ ____... iW.'iii^ Ihr iimiMfinwnl lh<>ra* Hn m.,,.1, i.r..L^^^. ... ik> *'~
    ip terminates,
    nan or woman
    with a sum of
    hoped the hid" <>f thrift
    been
    . u,
    bsu
    Governmenl the
    geni, given more whole-hearted co-
    it Is operation to the srhcnic The
    more 0M think* about the rmi-
    grailon problem The more COO-
    I have no idea whether any vlnced do one become that the
    ich scheme cuiild l>e made to Pairhrldge plan Is basically the
    oik in the West Indies but I soundest possible approach to the
    iiinot think of any other plan matter nowadays, apart from the
    much experience of the different
    phases of the subject, and oppor-
    tunity to u* i ihe facton tiiat
    make lor m; i failure of
    different system- It p| on the
    basis of this axperlenM that 1
    feel the Fairbndce | tan deserves
    serious consideration in Barba-
    dos at this time
    I III FINAL M SI
    TODAY ihe West htdies Cricket Team
    beniiui its Fourth and final lest against thc
    might of England al the Oval. They enter
    the tilt-yard with the odds slightly in their
    favour but against doughty opponents
    whose greatest tradition is to light against
    heavy odds. Never before id the history
    of West Indies criektl have their in en s<>
    many proud boasts of our achievements
    and such high hopes for the maintenance
    of the standard we have now attained.
    The West Indies whom it was thought
    had not reached the itftga whin- Ihey
    could be granted five day tests have shown
    not only that they deserved them but that
    given favourable and equal conditions
    they could be a match (or England's pride.
    And they have played the game in that
    noble tradition and in that spirit which
    has made it ODa Of the greatest in the
    civilised world. They have proved thai it
    is not the winning or the losing "f a match
    but the spirit in which the game was
    played that mailers most to the reputation
    of its players. Englishmen, still Mitfrtirn:
    the pangs of defeai have paid them due
    tribute; and ihe records of the gate receipts
    prove this.
    They lost tha Urtl lesl and won two
    others; and it is in that spirit that they
    enter the final struggle for the proverbial
    "Ashes". The loss sustained yesterday
    against a county side will be but a spur
    to greater effort and to show themselves
    loemen worthy "I" the steel of an opponent
    who is unequalled when fighting against
    greater odds.
    The grand old summer game with its
    noble tradition] end the inexplicable
    merit ol gent inatlooa will find
    today thi .i ty tun-sports-
    man that it be played In ihe spirit of its
    best trmdltiotU and may the better Ifaun
    win.
    The Enemy Within
    1% This What Mr. Aitlrr WuriM'il Is Atfainwl...?
    Hy Trevor Kvuiim
    Janny, a fair-haired Czech, who
    w with the wartime R.A.P., be-
    lieves he ran answer the riddle His voice
    Mr Attlee's broadcast: Who 'The* re wa
    The Enemy Within"" The ed. i knew
    Premier left most of
    how those who work
    k against us.
    guessing We met. Tw
    imong us was "branched."
    discussing union
    unauthorised person." Hi- UU"M
    "judge- *MM C munists
    MOD eonvinced me "Are you going W pa) I MM
    l'Iiiiik me." he plead- t**1 """ "' "n.si." he said, "even
    what he meant. w *ar I
    But not Janny. Me works as
    i' in irn.in on a BOAC airport.
    his anguish, thia normally n-
    seived ex-pilot feels that he has
    talked too much
    His story Is of a personal clash
    with The Enemy Within. Months
    UK" he joined one of the inde-
    pendent unions now toughly re-
    siMinn the mighty combination of
    the T.U.C. and the State boards.
    Janny ptefeired |he idea of a
    union without poll ties
    lie told hi* tolleagiie* about his
    family In CteolsOaUmkla. He
    bad nut seen them for II years,
    but there were occasional letters.
    Kitfhteen months ago they stopped.
    About eight weeks ago. Janny
    was approached by a shop steward
    Of one ui ihe big uatow
    stewarda
    interesting
    "i* AiS'Ma
    Hill...... l-'rinnls
    Janny found the
    known "Hod"
    talker He had been to Cit'ihii'BMiiLi> ! % %>B...
    Slovakia and v;.gue'y remembered "" '' H U,,'n '""
    Janny's home town Janny told
    him about his parents What they
    did. when1 they lived, how the
    old man was keen on his railway
    union years ago
    "Now what about joining our
    union?" the shop steward asked.
    Janny said no. he was quite hap-
    py in his association.
    A month later Janny canw
    tvliitc-faccd to work His parents
    had been arrested. That VHU H
    he knew.
    Janny's colleagues went furi-
    ously to Ihe Communist shop
    steward. He. too. seemed genuine-
    ly horrified, but admitted he had
    DMOttoned Janny's lory to "some
    people in the movement". Be-
    OM that n knew nothing.
    perhaps," he pleaded. "It was
    a coincidence and hod nothing hi
    do with our Chat I'H n He is still finding out.
    'Wear a Cap'
    I HAVE disguised that story,
    but the facts are right noufb
    I hate using disguise, but (he men
    whose worst meat them to mix
    with fellow-travellers Know the
    wisdom of it
    When Punk -: union contact
    0| .isked me on the tele-
    phone Can '"ii wear a cloth
    rop and n muffler when you meet
    PM I thought he was Joking.
    I (old him so.
    ieeks later he F<"" '' '*' shuwed defiance his
    nut lined a for UOlon Ucfcot VTOUld be withdrawn,
    affairs with "an nls '",l would lie lost, and he
    would be "black-listed."
    The Strike Man
    THESK incident r.u'.li
    yOU, but I Know enough to tell
    you the> are aot ran
    The Communist Party admis-
    sion that il has only HO.0O0 m*
    ban Is meaningless when one is
    considering the i,tentiui of The
    Enarii) Within
    The Dgun "i:.' M true, lult the
    danger is from the fellow-travel-
    ler-, who .ne not ragtttertd
    The known Communists an
    circumspect, particularly when
    I in p-.iiioiui of authority
    Mfithlfl Ihe unions.
    I know one Mich man When I
    met Mm on BUCUJO Sl-lioit a feu
    days ago he had lost the jauntv,
    deihint tlr ho sported in itM
    At that Iitic he wag Important
    m CUllOUa kind of way lie w
    high up in the secret MTVlN list.
    of what the Daily Express called
    "the men with a load of mischief
    Between September 3, 1B3, and
    Jim.. H, i:41, when the Nazis in-
    vaded Hus.sia, (Ins man. a skilled
    .raftsman, had worked in 15 war
    plants and had started hghtni
    strike- in II of them
    Al soon as Ihe w.n beeame
    ( rueadn because itussia was at*
    lackedthlg man became a
    production-booster, and a natiouaJ
    i Hie la 1 ol his union.
    Not long aKo he was defeated
    in n union ballot, and went back
    10 his trade.
    'Rack to the old Uctka, too?
    I usked hln
    ii.- m m I ourly: "No. I'm
    Ambled Thai the worst of get-
    What can be done to hee Mr Attlee's warning about
    The Enemy Within" Trevor
    Evans suggests that union
    chiefs could achieve much bv
    considering these three pro-
    posals:
    I Produce your own pMCf.
    ..imp.iign. retlecting Bri-
    tain's attitude and recognising
    her commitments;. Don't let
    the Communists take sole
    ughts in peace
    2. Insist on candidate- foi
    .ill oilii is ih-ili. me their po
    litical afnilatlons on ballot
    papers.
    If a "felluw-lijivcllei"
    calls himself "Socialist'' be
    wise to his route and get him
    expelled from the Socialist
    Party He will look odd if
    he then descrilie* himself an
    "Independent"
    3. Be precise In attacking
    Communist tactics and cam-
    paigns within your unions
    (lenerallties are boomerangs
    They raise a chant of 'Tell
    0$ the old. old story" even
    from loyal membin
    In this war of propaganda
    men .>nt n Inggjjitog lead-
    ership. The Emnny Witliin is
    a less dangerous man when
    Im hea do fmiids.
    *n
    ll-ku
    I ihl Upenh
    That itory explains wl
    i- not much to be alarmed about,
    for example, when Frank Foulkes
    tm i Walter Steven*, Co
    chief., of th* Electrical Trades
    Union, tlv openly this week
    Prague on their way to the Soviet
    Union m guest- of th,e Russian
    tleetrkal worMn
    ' undararound approach
    which Mr, Attleehad in mind
    That i why It COUld Im- dai
    I .
    is better foul -ii openly,
    L.E.S.
    I'ttliliritl .\rsfronl
    ATTLEE'S
    1 Per Cent
    II (gal Heey 0i Sfel>
    (By W. J. Brown)
    THAT a democracy like ours should again
    and again, when crisis comes along, fipd itsell
    hopelessly unprepared is, in the conditions of
    our politics, almost inevitable. For we are
    governed not bv statesmen but by politicians.
    The difference between the two is that
    statesmen are men who think about the next
    generation, while politicians are office-hunt-
    ers who think primarily of the next election.
    So the Covernment spend on butter the
    money which should go on guns, and the
    Opposition, knowing that to oppose this
    would be unpopular, does nothing* effective
    to prevent this.
    The Defence Debate revealed our appalling
    weakness in the matter of external defence.
    But a democracy is just as unwilling, till
    crisis is actually upon it, to deal with its
    internal dangers.
    Communist literature makes no secret of
    Communist aims.
    The job of Communist parties throughout
    the world is to bring down non-Communist
    states by promoting internal strife, by gath-
    ering military and other information for the
    Russians, by weakening the national will to
    icsisl aggression, by physical sabotage.
    But we allow Communists to stir up strike
    after strike; we allow them to hold their "in-
    struction classes" for the perversion of ihe
    minds of the young.
    In the name of freedom we give them free-
    dom to do their bos' to destroy our freedom.
    The Portsmouth explosion lit up in a blinding
    flash where this easy-going complacency can
    lead.
    I M'KI r \KI.1)
    So the crisis finds us unprepared. No one
    will be hanged for this. As Mr. Churchill
    remarked in 1940 when asked to expose the
    s.tuation he found: "There are too many
    in it." There were. There are.
    But when crisis reveals the perils of our
    poaitiOD, then, surely, we are entitled to ask
    the politicians to forget their party interests
    and to remember the country. We are
    entitled to ask that in all fields the measures
    taken shall be adequate to the national need.
    Our Brat need in this situation is a Govern-
    ment that can speak for Britain, not merely
    for this class or for that.
    STRACHKV SAID .
    That speech of Mr. Strachey's recently, in
    which he said that in the past an unfair
    proportion of the cost of war preparations
    had been borne by "the people." but that
    this Government would see that a "f;
    share" of the burden was put on the
    shoulders of the well-to-do, was an act of
    spiritual sabotage.
    As regards the last war the statement w
    utterly untrue. Broadly speaking the wage-
    earning classes maintained, and since the
    war have improved, their position. To-day,
    wages, expressed in terms of the !'I.'W values
    stand at 128 as compared with 100 All other
    incomes have declined from 100 to 98| in thi'
    same terms.
    The middle classes, and especially the
    professional classes, have suffered a sharp
    reduction in their actual and relative
    E>sition. But the point is that what Mr.
    Irachey was doing in that speech was not
    to inspire us against the foreign foe. It was
    to foment a little further the class war he
    used so blatantly to preach.
    NOT KNOUGH
    Our second need is a great and immediate
    rearmament programme. Mr. Shinwell spoke
    in the Defence debate of a hundred millions
    to go on with. Now, a hundred millions is
    about 1 per cent of the national income.
    We shall not buy security against the
    immense military preponderance of the Com-
    munist States on margins of 1 per cent.
    I would pose the problem differently. Is
    our defence, is our freedom, is our way of
    life worth an extra hour's effort per day
    from each one of us until the leeway is made
    up?
    That would give us, not 1 per cent, but
    perhaps 10 to 15 per cent increased pro-
    duction.
    THIS SABOTAGE
    Our third great need is to stop internal
    sabotage, material and moral. Physical
    sabotage is not an event. It is a growth.
    Il is the outcome of the moral sabotage
    promoted by Communist teaching.
    Are we to deal with the men who per-
    petrate the sabotage, but leave the training
    classes to preach it? Are we to deal with
    the weeds but not with those who plant
    them?
    I take it that the Government will no
    longer permit the folly of allowing Com-
    munists to remain in Government and local
    government employment, where their first
    duty (whether employed on work essential
    lo national safety or not) is to pick up and
    provide the party with all the information
    they can.
    Hitler's Fiflh Columns were stupid and
    incompetent and blundering affairs compared
    With the scientifically organised efforts of
    the Communists, as the fate of many States,
    once free, now shows. It is more than time
    to deal not only with the products of Com-
    munism, but with the factory that turns
    -I them out.
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    SIR.Due nnjuwi I
    of acoustics, the general lei
    ihe speei In i
    inteirupiioit.'. wiih membei
    Government very much 'i
    lead, both in the n
    3 and the pedal
    ptige 5 of . i.i
    am made l say the verj
    alte of ' ''' i did'
    very bnporUnl
    The
    Tanker 1 did iiul I
    lack
    >r of
    f Ihe.
    th*
    L.iue
    ment by Tanker would have to
    be made now or at any lime ID
    the future, beeauae I know
    nothing about that and the inves-
    nci is very
    conflict inn- Ttw small Ml Ol In-
    formation I could Btt
    jailing > PJ Ol ihe resolution
    and discussing it. was to the
    effect that in ifdM Ol UM T.,nker
    rlupim-iil ItfUiK refused. the
    Canadians were still buying our
    Syrup and accepting it in no less
    than three relatively small-sized
    < nntainen, and I told the House
    CommittM this
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    the delegation. I never said that
    "the delegation should NOT be
    rut". beeaiiM' I emphasized the
    view that I could not see wh> Dm
    whole of ihe local Lwmttgattng
    committee should have to go. and
    1 agreed with Mr. Mapp's sugges-
    tion that if Secretary was need-
    ed (and I see DO noees*U> HH OMl
    then the service* of MIMOM In
    Canada should bi engaged
    As regards the amount of ihe
    VOW. 1 said thai a nod i
    would be taken up In Exchange
    and I disagreed wilh ihe view
    th.il the large sum of money
    would impress tha workart That
    everything possible had been
    done. I further said that if it
    became necessary in the end to
    tell UM worker- th.it bulk ship-
    BMOl am inevitable, then it ni
    only the presence of Mr Adam?
    on the delegation that would COn-
    vmce them o* this
    f-'m.ilU. I mutt say that 1 am
    not at all convinced lhal MOdJng
    a delegation to Canad.i
    ' UM farm
    ol Ihe Tanker |fah
    come so distorici.
    thai Molasses manufac i
    shippers have si
    Uuutv to do What t1
    CO Su John Saint and Mr F
    A. B Deane will most certainly
    return to the Island even more
    efficient servants of their new
    ritn axpetiaaot gain-
    ed and contacts made on a trip
    (or is it a joy ride'") at Oovern-

    Yours sincerely.
    A E S LEWIS
    It rid get own.
    August 10. 1950
    Park
    To the Editor, the Advocate
    SIR.I have visited many
    Parks abroad, and they were
    eoi ii uuptxauoni but
    ibis ii. my uwn country u gay-
    ns*
    it*; st u:
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    oi it
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    I ensioners arrive on the 25th 0*
    vary month Mere | bt nd of women and men. some-
    times children wrcrfina >"*
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    ly Deceit l people who go
    lor a dole have to run In
    order to save Union Iweg. Park
    rotnsl dls-
    intereste! til some
    thin* sen will any-
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    the appearance of nol Why
    CODt decency and order reign In
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    Ice Cream Powdtr In Tins
    Salmi.it Kippers Haddock. Kabblts. t hkkenv Ducks.
    Csbbaiir < jullllovier Ki : ngtOO OrOVA)
    KEEP COOL WITH CROWN DRINKS
    Hunter* Meal rule
    I.abster Nail
    \ncho%> l"ale
    ('err** Savour) Snacks
    I la Hants III, and 10-ltv
    I dam Cheew
    l'lckled Salt rinh
    I'lrkled Sail Markrrel


    SATl'ROAV. UlilM 12. 19511.
    HAKH.XnoS ADVUt'ATF.
    PACK F1VF.
    Eventful
    Day At
    Bathshrba
    (By JOHN nUDKAUX)
    Tin- nonth ail Augu.t i* one of
    the mod popular for leave -nil
    many families move down lo
    Bathsheba fur this month: having
    booked the houses months In ad-
    vance, so that they will be sure of
    spending then annual vacation at
    this popular '.ta-ndf resort Few
    who happened to be at Bkthsheba
    on the lath tf August. 1938 will
    ever forget that eventful day.
    The day started with the alarm
    of 'FIRE' shouted from house to
    house soon after 2 00 a.m. One
    household was awakened by the
    shout of "look out and witness a
    beatitilul Bight," unmet:.
    wanted lo know what was hap-
    pening. Mid the rcpl> CCCBC"
    IsilillMllinl -utting on an act.
    it lb vapounsing Itself."
    The heat generated in this
    "vapourlslng act" of Beachmount,
    I high into the air and
    tin iiimitryside for miles around
    was touched, as with
    liru-.li. with the colour peculiar to
    LLiven uti b) sin h Bra:
    and all who gathered around
    . re .it'ie subdued
    |j spoke in whispers.
    Beloved Spol
    It was WCb Bhoca to see this
    old and beloved land mark being
    so rudely and suddenly removed.
    This old building had been an
    hotel for half a rerjtury or over,
    and was beloved by many, after
    all, had not many of those pres-
    ent, and their father* before them.
    spent their mipuial night In some
    chamber in this building hallow-
    ed, not only by its part In the
    Of man happy couple*,
    but also i .11 with the
    AngUean Church
    Men the destruction of St.
    Joseph's Church in Joe* River
    the hurricane tif August
    11th, 1831. "Beachmount" was the
    residence of the Rector, and the
    Glebe consisted of 13 acres of
    laud around it. After the Church
    wan destroyed it was decided to
    rebuild in a more central situa-
    tion, and the present site was the
    one chosen "Heachmoiuit" then
    became unsuitable ;is the Hector's
    residence, as the new Church was
    so far away up the hill, so the
    house and land wen' sold and a
    known M the 'Grove.'
    situated at the foot of Horse Hill,
    was purchased along with 10 acres
    of land. In 1897. 'Beachmount
    Hotel" was advertised under the
    management of Mrs M McClean.
    and th^ terms' ONLY 6 PER
    DAY!
    Wrong Side
    While | crowd was still paying
    mouldering pile of
    Vhtch was once 'Beach-
    mount,' new arrival Wl Mtrd
    tc say Wullah' Bal-she-bah like
    ha t't up pun de wrong side ah
    she bed dfj mauniiigV One of the
    more superstitious mcmU-is of
    it i -..I was heard to remark
    "Yes to-day is Fridaywah hap-
    pen now nugh?" The old wag was
    only too pleased to be asked till*
    question, and she shouted her
    reply for all to hear. She stated
    that two gentlemen who had been
    1 r h - to the fire this morning
    Hen :lum-*Ki-s the subject of
    another tragedy. Professor Dun-
    lop, the Tutor at Codringlon Col-
    i Mi Kuth. the Manager
    Of Hie British Union Oil Company
    had both been drowned at 'Cattle
    Wash.'
    Professor Dunlop and his family
    were In residence at 'Carl Dune,'
    while Mr. and Mrs. Keith
    at 'Powell Spring Hotel.' About
    9.00 o'clock a.m.. as is usually
    the case at Bathshcba. there was
    Iaile a party bathing at 'Cattle
    'ash.' and It was soon discovered
    that all was not well, for a little
    S'irl found herself in difficulties,
    he was assisted to safety by the
    Dunlop family. Events then fol-
    lowed each other in quick succes-
    sion, when Other! were in difficul-
    ties, and all who could were MOB
    assisting those in distress. The
    clim.ix came when both Professor
    Dunlop and Mr Keith becoming
    mik i iii m ii (,n\\\ \nn\
    Car Runs
    Into I pright
    As M i im m



    k. i*uUie ol u' 'to the>


    :veiv damased
    AT AIMM I I
    Hill
    tween the

    nd drnri
    MARRIAGE
    DISSOLVED
    -

    Y ebktei iRespondent |
    >H
    . Hi 9 b,<
    - Hi i }
    I M.lll SOLDIERS OF THE MAKTINHJI I. KIIICKS arfM M
    on the S.S. (. i-i ...; in- They are en the wav lo serve In the |
    TEN ON WAY TO JOIN
    FRENCH GUIANA ARMY
    NINE soIJuts ajtd in OfTnt'i viTe on board the S.S. "Gaacogne1 yesterday Tin > are
    all on their way lo Cayenne. Frcncli Guiana, whs
    will serve in th French Guiana Ai rm
    Although they cuuld not speak English, they all had
    a pleasant smile uu then faces when seen by the \il\mate
    yaatarday, The French SMwardaaa on fa t told
    the Advocate that soldiers are regularly trai
    Matiiniqiie to Cayenne.
    The "Gascotne" also nrought
    20 passengers for Barbados11!
    from Southampton and the other
    gffhi n m Port da Prance
    Among those coining irom
    Southampton was Miss Q
    Cook. Deaconea of lha Methodlsl
    irch, who will ba staying with
    the Rev Croab) n Bethel Meth-
    odist Church.
    Ir ITter Lacy, musician, and
    Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Pkkthall
    > arrived from Knglaud. Mi
    Plckthait is a retire.! Army
    Officer and is staying with Sir
    T. nricrcliffc at Mullins. St Peter
    Mr Sheldon Vance, American
    Consul at Fort de France, arrive!
    from Fort de France accompanied
    by his wife. Mr. Edward Hum-
    phrey Walcott. Probation OfRcor,
    arrived from Southampton
    Other arnv.ils are: From
    Southampton Leslie Bury.
    Gwendoline Day. Robert Day
    Kenneth Daajfeu, Erie C.rell, anit
    Marguerite Martin; From Fort as
    Franot: Douglas Bates. BerthlMe
    Jeremie. Rowland Jones. Alice
    Nepoly. Etienne Skoete Ufj
    Marie Stuart
    Grenada Scouting
    Gets Great Fillip
    Then- : n- | .1 bcOUl T\ OOfM 111
    Four in the I
    I < i i. two on (he outshin
    and the others In rural
    At praaatf Hv Scout*;
    Rovers ; rl hTOm the---
    troops are tumping at Hie l)i : i
    Hall.
    In an interview with ttw
    Advocate'* jraaterday, Hi Wll
    fred Redhead, District Commit'
    sioner of (ireiisua. who
    charge of the troop. laid, i.w
    Scouting activities in Grenada
    axe Just the *aiiu- as those here
    We have camp tires rallies, etc..
    etc.
    "Aflantkui"
    Takes Sugar
    To L.K.
    The wan '
    b i than en
    iision durlni the i
    . ftsi mid


    Thf Weather
    TODAY
    Sun rises: 5.30 ..m.
    Suu sc i- . ' p m
    High water: ! i m 111
    p in
    Moon: (New Moon) Aagust
    IS
    i-.t.i rainfall (to date): .50
    Inches.
    ToUl rainfall: .07 inches.
    YESTERDAY
    Temperature (Max.) M.S'F.
    Temperature IMIn.) 7J.5*F.
    Wind vetoclly: 4 miles per
    hour.
    Wind direction: ft a.m. V...
    3pm W S W
    Barometer: 8 a-m. "!9 91.
    .1 p m ?.9 853
    "Colombie" Will
    Call Here
    Whenever ,.|i unusual amount
    of French Wet! Indian.-.
    strolling through the main
    .-.'.reels of Bridgetown u Is a
    1 Tin" wsm : id the f.e
    Cle. Transatlantlque Line i-
    anchored in Carlisle Bny.
    a vaar agtp it wus the s.s.
    "Due DAumalc," yesterday morn
    n,g it was the SS Gascogne"
    whuh al present is the only
    French vrssel calling at Barba-
    dos. In the next two months.
    Barbadians will be aaalng tna
    BS. "Colombie" anchoring in
    Carlisle Bay. This boat was
    recently added to the French
    Line and it will leave La Havre
    on October 12 on the West
    Indian run with about find pas-
    se ngeri on board.
    The "Gascogne" was once Part
    of the American merchant licet
    and during that period it wai
    called the "George Washington."
    It was bought by the Ch Cla
    Transatlantic Line about 18
    months ago and placed direct on
    the West Indian run.
    The tonnage in 2.681 (net) and
    it carries a crew of 130 Inciudim
    15 Officers It can carry 30
    passengers Capt. Francois Pn
    ant. who haiU from I-e Havre
    has been commanding the
    from the time it was bought l.v
    the French Line And his mate,
    who only Joined the vessel a few-
    weeks ago. is Mr J. Choplln
    During the last war Capt
    Prigent was in the Merchant
    Marines and served on various
    hips in the Mediterranean and
    the Atlantic.
    Capt. Prigent told the Advocate
    j yesterday that Barbados can
    look forward to a better passen-
    ger service when the "Colombie"
    ik brought into the West Indian
    run He said that the "Colembie"
    is an old .-essel to Iha i
    but has been rccentlx reconver-
    ted

    a .
    i i.i Ha
    -AUaatttaa
    i into C "it'll
    .
    While the vm -I
    . ian a id in thi I
    lould i>.- seen low ing >-t l >< i
    i
    read) lo itches i
    \lUntiait
    .i I
    thi L'.K i -
    i
    CO Ltd.
    The lower Whan wa
    I .
    inloade
    1.1.take
    which arrived from Dom
    ienll> Jllll-l '

    lllli-
    niMe Mae which arrived
    iii the BMlh
    The Caribbee" all
    nine passenieei* Ihog '
    radatta Popa, A i> Bui i
    Hadid. Stephanie McMann, Bath
    He said that there has been a i White. Earl PakhnWlt
    good flIUp In Grenada scouting iVigilnnte. Seibert Thornhill and
    uace Mr. Daal has become Head- s nun Jofrara
    quarter.* Conunlaalonei Mi Dahl Tha Motor Vessel "Culdad it"li-
    tr a veiled around the Wtst Indie* .var" which arrived from St Vin-
    last and arrived m Oranada be- 'c-nt on Thursday under Capt.
    tween Juno and July. Delasqtiej. brought 1.92:' ea*
    __, .,,' .condensed milk, six
    This has been ilieir flrst hollda>
    mp for many years. The but
    casion on which a troop Irom
    Grenada came to Barbados was
    in 1928 and al that time (here WSJ
    i combined iamp of Qreo
    Trinidiid Scouts under District
    Commissioner Archibald. On that
    aalon 25 Grenadians were hi
    the tri>op and they all camped on
    the spot where the I
    8ervie Btatlon is now buitr; In
    no building was tin the
    snot ann Dundee1 ba
    wall.
    Through the courtesy of Uia
    Barbados Regiment, the Drill Hall
    baa been placed at the disposal of
    the Grenada Souls for their Camp
    Fire Concert which will lake place
    at 8.30 o'clock to-night This Con-
    cert Is especially for scouts and
    guides and a small ado
    a sited.
    Mr Redhead n I
    not complain for Uuu
    hare TbeSea Scouta Hut on thi
    beach at the Military Oogaoterj
    has been placed at their disposal
    and Mr. Charles Springer has
    arranged a tour around the island
    tor them on Sunday.
    red ai
    Road si pets) i-e-
    M MM.

    1 I
    t Hi
    meter cai B IS1
    I Ashton Hill. St
    ...i driven bj Pmioiph
    Cleaves Of the UtM ...
    ! The vehicles weie lra\elhng m

    . .-urve and collldiil Both wvr
    1 tamaaed.
    PHI SEA EGG SEASON wtll
    U'giii mi SepU-mber 1 and
    Dauajhl with aes ega> In
    . ion before that time
    . barged b) lha Pi lte< \
    iraj .-. lecot fed
    in lords) fov having sea egg.*
    before
    \ I man |aM lha Advocate'
    thai bathers may he
    inpte.i i.. dive goo oKfi beeauss
    hes look ao loveij imdei Ihc
    ater." but he pointed out that if
    I
    trarj ti> law.
    \- '.. r. Bepfa
    an | i..
    at or l
    iMi'k
    .. i. ast
    i .i\i .i tea iwiii equipped
    i aUlt, (iiji and --ik>ii
    Liter diving the '-.i <-tg*- Ihej
    reek thom and plao Uu rot Ii

    tail ii .l,m' mm ., ,n
    mi at about iniii-a.iv Umq an
    < warded with .i cup or sea ugg
    thc\ relax undir i ln*<
    t.d i
    Fined 30/- For
    Assault
    \ acaH -ii -\ Pohcs H
    Mi l i vv
    oidered tu rsgaaio m
    layler and Mi .' \\ B

    ^ Ourl f Appeal because proper
    appaal had not been
    m Hi Wale rn I
    > oaaa Snail of travail Avenue.
    eh, 3n hM i
    ch II
    Mi i. -it \ tai i
    KorreU lb J 8 n i>r*i
    vnaal
    it #' Of III*'
    BEST
    ,*./ aauupwm
    than th*> H+*t
    IOIi I nil. (Ml l>!IIMO\
    u
    so' bg vehi
    unn won
    MADr IN ENGLAND
    and and palatable Preparation, containing
    Cod I IVOl Oil HEXAU.
    . to use as only small doses are
    given daih and h ll i I i; important. Thr Frier of REXALL
    I Ml I s|0\ |h les- II1411 h*lf Ihr prk-r l other I imil-i.m.
    I.artft ttm .Sl.'iU Smiill r.
    KM I. II IS 1*111 <; MOHI S
    REXALI. CHEMISTS.
    Skirl
    champagne, six cases of brand
    and one case of burgundy It 1
    i-cnsigned lo the Meat he IX-i' '
    01 Vassal "Bluer
    ftar" under Capt l>
    brought 12s oarloiu ol whofci ',
    tomatoes for Barbados Impoit
    and Export Ltd Abo Include 1
    In its cargo wa. n quantity 1.1
    eeapty barrels and househr.ll
    Walwyn Appointed
    Potice Magistrate
    FISH Is NOT n.lNTlFt 1. thi--.
    . 1
    and
    II h .mil 11 otne cast lha pi i< a
    these 1 itchc ! tho ma
    . ... .
    I -. Mil mar
    on the liiechea and
    niK the road .it in." -
    At Tin: anniai, Oanaral
    Mo t U
    Old Boys1 naanrlatlfsi the
    '.' 1 '1 li 11 ' Repott ('i
    11.49511 was read ami the ftnan-
    1 ii itatamenl wai adopted
    i*i- following Offlca Beaten
    . elect
    C Barfcet pre I awl D \ M,
    Vlci President: The
    :, v a President;
    D i< Porkmi. B< 1 retar) V B
    \ .. '.,'-. II A
    Tudor, Treasurer; and a P Bpen-
    .-, a \ A i J 1 Bysi t I
    Hope, C u <' Spi ingei 1; a

    I'AI ->!..
    I I
    .....I
    I

    .id ba 11 1
    (X St
    I moll
    WITH tl
    All nibt idlai ommlttei ..i 1
    ie-eh. i.-.i rhe Annual Reunlt
    .Dlnnei will be held u
    f I Se- Iffgll 1 Boturd Augi
    r ..,,.,.. 1 .,... rn
    1 '
    pi Intmsnt "'
    u, c 1. i> 11 Walwyn u
    Police Magurtrata In ',l1*- Isl.....'
    from tho lal f August.
    I9S0
    exhausted, "went under' to the
    game rate that ihej ha/l been
    helpina other* to encai^' from
    Tin-, were burled the following
    morning, Profaaaor Dunlop at
    Si>. 11'.' Chapel and Mi Keith at
    Weatbur
    100 Workers
    WillGoTolLS.
    Onv. hundred Barbadian work-
    cis are to go to the United States
    Ir. the near future They will be
    1 Mployed by the United States
    Si gar Corporation.
    The representatives of the Cor-
    Cratmn arrived in the colony on
    ednesday afternoon and started
    recruiting vesterdav at Queen'?
    Path
    The emigration formalities will
    be completed to-day.
    What's on Today
    I'ullre t'our-U 10.00 a.m.
    Last llsy Races 12.4.*< p.m.
    Nelball tame between
    Bishop An*le>'s Illsh
    Hrhool and an Inland team
    al Queen's College around*
    at !
    sl
    BROKE LEG
    Ifahon -i
    Hank Hall, fell 0O
    .ii Wedna
    her left foot Sh
    iubOao Oay,
    was taki
    Dr 11. II Bay ley s hospU
    she is being treated.
    hoi daufhtei Mrs LUlai
    Carter Wfl., l.v M U 'cr. wher
    i.,. bMldanl took place
    . nd the proi ossi ol tru toe '
    i inounced Istet i,
    Old !;> ya *l bing to ittand are
    ..skill |0 Hi" in tni-n
    n of thi tloned
    k s nit.,ii. o Olton'i l'l.,.r
    none MOJi L *,.. c o
    intery. Phono wt". V B
    e o M ii Williams.
    ..;. I) K Perkii i
    , . :ti;i i
    I
    i held In Ih. Bt i <->i H.ai 0.1
    Fmii .v s. ptembat 29th at 9 00
    ,t> m The ptOOOadl Of tl
    -ill help the C 8 O B A Bchol-
    1 '.ii. P
    Tin President mado
    I .ppeal 1.

    ,, .
    aid of the Seholai '..1 I
    . : 1 lp||0| 1 I 1 I Ih- l> ,.
    taut Beer, -.., v B WllUami
    ii- asked to note

    Hi lahi 1
    11. Ioom al h no t> m
    HAkfll.II liARNES Of Tudor
    Bridge reported ;
    p I. valued 35 from
    1 iiympk 'I'' atie on m<""
    : llday)
    Jud^fH Rfdiicf
    Amount Of Claim
    Their Honour*, the 3v.
    Assistant Court of Appeal Mr
    i 1 Mr J W B '
    Chenary yesterday varied a decis-
    ion of the patty Debt Judge Mr.
    J R, Edwards who gave Jonathan
    House Judgment for 16 2s. 4d.
    which he claimed his mother
    Matilda Rouse owed him after a
    transaction in lumber Their Hon-
    in Jonathan's favour
    Death Inquiry
    Adjourned
    The inquiry into the circum-
    stances surrounding the death ul
    Ceorge Gregory a labourer of
    Halls Road was further adjourned
    until August 18 by Mr. C. I- Wal-
    wyn. Coroner of District "A~* yes-

    (ieorge Gregory was admitted to
    .In- General Hospital on Saturday
    July 2 after leing struck by a
    tiiiU- and died suddenly
    the next day. A post mertsaa ex-
    amination was performed the tame
    day by Dr. H 1. Massiah at the
    C i-neral Hospital Mortuary'-
    Two statements were taken yes-
    terday and these were from Clar-
    ence Grantbetter known as Ling-
    woodand Oscar Minghs who
    wan with Gregory when the acci-
    AIUUVEDH
    v.:v.::\
    !
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    6 CYL DIESEL ENGINE
    WHEEL TRACTOR
    42 B H P. Also available with Hilf Trach"
    Main Features
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    BJ FOR THE COMFORT OF YOUR SJ
    PETS .......USE
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    BATTERY IGNITION
    POWER TAKE OFF
    WHEEL WEIGHTS
    BELT PULLBY
    LIGHTS
    FORWARD GEARS
    ind REVERSE
    ON DISPLAY AT OUR 8H0W ROOM
    Pricei on Application Your Enquiries Coidimlly Invited
    COURTESY GARAGE
    White Park Rd Robert Thorn Ltd. Dial 4610
    IIWIi PUNTF.II
    SOUVENIR
    LEATHER NdVUTIES
    with the t KIM Of Htll
    BADOR an4 the "rRKKT
    OF TIIF INIVrHITV
    0OIXBOR in THF WEST
    IMilrS
    I he I'rrlnl Meutriilo [**
    llul fli.nil .,1 hiimr 01
    aaeeaal
    1'iHhel knile in ..im- | | kindM
    /tii psirsa j \i.- 1 *
    Key I Ma [I kind-1
    l'tK-krl .Maniiure
    II.iikMi.. i l. 1 -. 1; km 1
    Basil marker
    aepgaaa i..i
    /-lp lur*e it kind*)
    i DaBar inn 'ui
    \i*irt, 11..v Oevei
    slmppiiis I'ursp 1:1 kiinl-
    liasrette fase
    Tray Fane
    Oaaafe m Osaa < I ggaswi
    roekrt \\ .ill. 1
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    Magnifying OaMa in rae
    Osasi I'urse
    lard IWf
    *> v-. 1111 Sri
    Shoe Horn in Case
    trull Knife in <**e
    lubao ruin Ii 1 '. liitidi
    I'rimfr.....2/t ta2t/-
    BR0CE WEATHERHEAD
    LIMITED
    llr*.l a.r Hro.4.1 SI
    Imlu*
    in 1 iray
    Als< As
    ELITE SHIRTS
    WITH Till III M/.K.D (Ill.l.AKS
    Blue. Tmn ind Whlui % .....
    orted Striped I le u n 'i
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    4.86
    MEN'S ART SILK ANKLETS
    IN SEVERAL *l ai.itiks
    From IH Cents' 10 BliU per pair
    HARRISON'S
    BROAD
    DIAL
    STREET
    2664
    THE
    -frOL OF SCABIES
    WITH
    TETMOSCi.
    '
    .... - ii pi
    I of Ih I
    1 1 1 .. reluablr
    DUttaMSkl n>
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    ttmilu**. and in ..xmii
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    m.i nbdm

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    Singk |oi
    Bo'llfi

    A S BPYDEN A (,ONS
    (BARBADOS) LI D
    po box j. eaifjctown
    Wear a SPORT SHIRT
    hatped Our -
    WHITL VAN HEUSEN COUNTRY BRAND
    SLMI-STirr COLLAR ATTACHED SHIRTS
    si,1 17.14 Keek
    RENOWN DE LUXE SPORT SHIRTS
    Sl rl Sleeve in ihadM <-( While. Bl H
    . in s fl M
    Uri .... **** lassi
    OTIS VESTS
    A'lii. ad and Plal
    M.tti, -I in 1 ...I.
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    11 ai a hm
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    Ore) SI.21 Fair
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    in atn .. 91

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    Foundation Girl Schoola
    i\vt:siiM'iit:i{i)Uo..iKi.
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    page six
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    BY CARL ANOfPSON
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    HERE AGAIN
    THREE STARS'
    SWEDEN'S BEST
    MATCHES
    < OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE.
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    Aioopina CjU. Iflwai* of i|
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    U* iMiRui uik-.jpaat* RfUlifeifrd in a nit* J* Bat*
    Pa* and IU-1-wkiI are avatlablr in anractive rot*!.., and Ma*
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    The feather-lightness of it
    Llntarla in 'Ctlanaw'. . io*i> at a drawn . It|ti n a whMp*'.
    Ua vinblt bauty it aquallad only by ih* hidden ti'rn*ih and littm|
    quality that diuln|unhet all 'Celanaia' Fibnct Look (or th* Tab
    whan you ihop. and latl Uiurtd thai In ip<<* ol nt j daiiocj
    thit "x 1 1 r -( a H a vary -
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    iV cimroai or an atacran. The vmooih. reipon.ne poirerof iu
    l2Mc. overhead valve ciininc h .0. >ou thai Mtpreuion
    Cuvhioned fiding com roil made pouiblc h> independ:ni rronl
    MMpanUoa and hieti ivpc shock abvMbc-.
    add kiill further 10 ibH ancepiK>o. Come /*
    and see ihi- plus" vetion of a
    *(.ild*> ile *,mi 1. car aucrtat
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    SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. 195(1.
    BARBADOS AOVOCATF.
    PACE SEVEN
    CLASSIFIED ADS.
    WANTED

    Ihrouarh thia \
    I Oil IIK.M
    Trinidad
    I .i-l I (.is l, ASl I II
    ill MAN. Bl.il and Radio
    Onii> po.it ion M I
    Moiilonttd lo handling oil

    IN Ml MOKl\M
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    .(.I-r i vu-t
    Appl. Mr.. A Purlrtm Card.fl.
    ffl M -in

    '^"i" iil uppUjne
    >rrvKr. radio repair* and laetaJlataon '
    and e Mnnvif-tlioer. Agent S J
    Caabr 1SB h*"" Rn-eel. Poet et Spelt
    Irmided 10 ll*
    Ship* In Touch With
    Barbados Coastal Station
    i,omii\im mmims SHIPPING NOTICES


    -up. i
    -*
    >nown a 'Pounder.
    who |IIW1 e*f. on Auu.1 Uth *T
    1 r ...-.-., .
    Which Uie Saviour (OB* lo prea*.-*..
    And UM BUI ' (>i ha*e been
    DmI lorever earth "'hriai. over MWI
    Tha*.' ,., Mf l'"-.
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    Rut nol hdl -'*< '"em
    .
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    In loving mory of wa

    CAUJMI>rjl Ibetbfl ">! " Oiaewie'
    ISUl Ausuet. '**
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    ron SALE
    AL'TOMOTIVK
    B4A. MOTOR CYCLE S Hi' fan
    .( Redman TBylart G.ias.
    i.irdr. or Urban Coddard.
    - ..i. Si J irin SI Vi -.in
    | Hdom lam DMil
    Apply.

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    Hi>i.n|> Hotel
    .. Ihe Man
    USM
    .1 I one

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    w.ll.
    Dauami
    Lai
    foe the Women. I
    unr "'"l"l- *'l hook w.w-
    i.i.
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    llona Id be Mail In by Auf JBlh
    -.lad
    lrt-.!dwd AvallaMi
    r Dial "
    FLAT roe-air* F.ai
    ,. Teirace J MM
    -red with I
    -a phoiw nn
    MAXISTOW SAaxwell Caa.1 aVed-
    f.in.labcd Av.Uable J*I
    1 I or
    Ulna; 4rn
    MISCELLANI OUS
    II:. I, .1 .
    the Fountain, with lilt
    o' floor MX Willing to It- i
    i D'Arcy A Scoll
    us so sn
    THKVOH Black Rock Prom A-pt '
    .( Dmiivg room.. I badrootn.
    MMiiTT-r- I" each. T*'1''' -il1 "'
    K Mn Store.room* r't
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    more .lafr.ua Ellrab.lli Ta.lor. P l>
    BOX JM San Franclreo. California
    I \ 10 W In
    IM III.11 XOTIIIS
    20
    MONTHLY
    iM ! home in apeie
    MISCELLANEOUS
    Al lU'MS (Word Album* frtr 10 an^
    i? ... n......i Cuvhafl em ">* i"
    Inrh nm-rtt- And haw tha flrd
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    par pMt Bjruoa WmO
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    EASILY aarnad al
    4callna in l*mp no .pii"
    nnMt' Sullable lor eilhar aan I
    lao tonUM Vdu wllh SludanM H
    CoKmlw and Domlntoni lor p *
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    Mall only Uk f. dayi T P-rllr*-
    ion. Proapart Ho.ua. n Wlan Hoad
    La4gh Unc fn.^-td ^aad-itn
    LIQUOR LICENSE NOT.'';
    I
    l^oad. SI Muh.rl liar pnn .
    .-Hi liquor !-.. X .. Iwa m*
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    nd al j Ucro*iii| Conn lo ba M Id .
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    . ,-i I960. M II o'clor
    II
    TAI.MA
    ULSJB
    OFFICIAL NOTICE

    HaaaMil H*"p CVln.i. C *
    s i.ni ft n BaiMnw, as
    Caarocna, S S Hddaur. nnh. I* for
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    i* rMr.^^, U U< !b Chum
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    - SOa-fatavd. M.V .ndbar-i I
    Cillf* If* Ak.
    Attenti.ii n .ii^Aii la the Contra) lAsaand-
    i.iO. No 28 which will br publisl.fl m the Official
    rhunday, IMk Ausust. i50
    2. rtidvi Uiu Or.l-. -M-lluiE
    price* of "tUIwi Tinned)" (b) hum BM H IftttBin
    AKTlt'LE
    HhOllsII rRlt-E
    , in.t m-ra Uiu)
    j. i.i i mi rm*cr.
    $22.88 per cae of 48 x 1
    lb. tins or $SRT per 12 x 1
    lb. tins
    ROYAL NETHERLANDS
    STEAMSHIP CO.
    -ul\i. i noM tBBBTBSMBASI
    MtttRlisM km IMUHt
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    no* a iiu.
    m'i to -i.i.iii. niNin m
    "!" I AMI! % H.ll. I. in
    If. oHANJESTAD Aim Ond
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    niwtmi in
    i HBCUStA Ai- Mih
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    Illl M \ l.ALRWOOD
    ..ill i ii*|ii I hi" aim!
    nrnirr. lor M. LarU
    \ nn -in i.r.u.il. And Aruhi
    vAilliii lrid IHth \ur
    ISM

    ft I v li.innrr
    AaaorlatloD Inf
    > .111.1(11"- III. I
    Owners
    IM7
    th Auut. 19W
    GOVERNMENT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
    SUMMERVALE (OIRLS)
    AppUcatlun* i,tf torrftad fur Ibl po of Asslrtanl SQ
    HARRISON LINE
    ..i iimlnr thr
    r. $384 x -18 M
    s s
    i s
    WANTED TO BUY
    i.h w>i taaw
    -TAMP BOCSaTT.
    Matroo at the above School, pai IM Hills fit
    I- Scrvlit of the (iovernnirn!
    2. Salary will U- with the
    Civil Establishm'i11 (Tt lar, 1941).
    $^28 x 48 $672. $732 \ ftl) $1.0t2
    3 Candidates must ba batweaa the age
    d be prepared to live in (ha U ..iii.-.l
    4. Application Paina, OM
    nnunaot industrial Bchoola, st PbiUp, n tha Social Wi I
    OOca, the Garnson (fn.m whom rorthai dJatalli saaj ba obtataad),
    i. p| uuaaniabiil ind ratunsad la HM acial WaUara Onas bg
    || 8 M .'
    Wednasday, 31st August 1W
    m rv, \kii nan fjaj
    1 PMaa
    mm KiNinMiM
    I'm .-,
    natukal:st"
    mtooncre3t*
    'brookhurst1
    i NBCREST
    ss "TEMPLE Midi
    NOTICE
    r- l ha KfllaU- o(
    a!jON7a raxA7.tn i^-oiij^'
    .<; ..^1
    NOTHT IS IIKMSHY OIVFN I
    rum* luvina any datil
    iiirum* havliiB any
    ...m thr F.aale o
    '
    o Maoar* H*yn. boundlrdj In
    Swan SUta-t. fir Idea. I10, or ]BlP of Al.ui Stoll
    Stolw-ilor.. on or ba- , and h. nil, on landa i
    and
    im ill u SAI.ES
    U'lWMIOS
    la .... *..:.... t laart al Aprl
    lEaultablr Jirrladirlloni
    lAWIrn Lloyd I*-ar Walwyn Everwn Beat. Dalanrtanl
    IN pursuanra ol an Orrtar In uvu
    . .nit in thr above action mad* on in*
    lh day of June. lt. I aattMJ l
    l"lm .ill |.rrwnt ha.Hie am a-latr. rllTtl r"
    AloTiii. Elaairr trraal In or any lien or lneumbrn<-r
    Laasttor, oerenaad. Ula of Cr-wood cffci,na ,n thai carlaln piece or panral
    Roaa], Ihi-rir. Croea Road. In ihr (lI |,d ,t,aale al Jackinaifa VHI.isr In
    n^.t,i, ol Salnl Michael in thli l.ian" e p-riah ol aalnt Michael and Uland
    who died on Ihe ftlh day ol May i*. afotefald contalnliiB b> adineapuremrnt
    iUr.U.t.' are raqueoled lo aend In iAnt,.one perchaa, o. IhareabouU ol
    Of Iheir (lalma SIlM .il- hlh are. one perch lorm. parl ot
    Iraled lo Ihp unden'fned <-lirlni |Ic publie road called fUteela Road
    A'. .1 I :
    ,'lo.ir. Smilh.
    liiirnth. No J
    town, Barkadoi.-------.......
    lore Ihe JWh day of fteplamtoer lWl
    after hith dale I shall pri-eed t.
    dimlbule the aaaeU ol Ihe deceaaed
    , ns*>t the P-irtlea entitled IhOrftO ra*r-
    Inf raanrd only lo tuch claim* of which
    1 hull men n.ve had nollre and .
    will not be liable for Ihe **** or any
    part thereof m. dleUlbtiled lo any per-
    . ol -hot* debt or claim 1 .hall not
    Ihe.) have had notice.
    And all prrwona Indebted to Ihe -jiti
    . ..-q.ir.lrd to arllle their *>ld
    idaaiataaM wiino.it deUy.
    n,ited tin- MRh day of July HKW
    I .HI ..lill A1-ON7A lASIIUV
    alan known a. Clifford Akmia HmlUi
    .'.dii.inini.tlnr of ihe Ea-
    l. -! I., decraa-
    II Walkrt
    ward. Ihe
    .. .,1 s... '.
    AUCTION
    UNDER THE SILVER
    HAMMER
    MACfl mouse i-AiH i
    Bntttrfleid. a > '
    (hi In all'id li> iv ' will ofl-i
    r.ie horse fur a.ile al Ihl
    a
    'b'ran-ker trotman a *<>
    UNDER THE SILVER
    HAMMER
    DARK CRYSTAL SUGAR
    PtRAVKFR. TROTMAN
    Aurllnneer*
    UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
    IV in-t'
    nrnhnm 1 *lll ell .....e- -raid.
    lUThnrm llr.,d 01 * "
    en.- IDth A.ufu.1 I--K.......ui > es-ajee
    ,/clock bee eritlie lal ol hnu~et>o ulch eo--"alt ol Morrn and
    mxlfhl ehalr* all ol MahO0Jf.ni patnird
    * and iipholaiered rnalr-
    "I r<-.i-l. in-iiidb*- Slalner
    km, Itooki. ric'Toplaled ware
    Cullerv. Glaaa M. Chin.' aaaro, Table
    Tennis board complete. Simmon" Bed-
    atrada wltr. fprtnga and maall Mf.
    . <| i-lnird -drtead with
    M>Hnc nd matlredf and pillow*. Ma-
    1 painted W^mlrohe- MahoS-
    lulnled Dres-ina: taWea.
    ISertrle table and
    O.ndrn hoae. lawn I
    trie toaeter. Hot pint*-. IbnVe P-
    1 burner Oil BfT-
    rveeal oU.ee Itel
    NOTICE
    the public
    b-iund lo brin before me an account
    of -heir aald claim, with Uieli wltnaaaea.
    doeumei.la and voter her*, lo be eam-
    Ined b* m* on ar-y Tueaday. or rVHay
    iKiween the lumre ol II .no.nn and J
    o'clock In ihe aliernoon. al the Offlrr
    ,.f the Clerk of Ihe AaaialaM Cri.t of
    Appeal "l the Court Houae. Brldelon.
    before the J7th day nf Seilrmber. 1M.
    In order U-al auch claim* nuiy be
    ranked nccordina to tho nature and prl-
    i.-iiy Iherrol mprclively. i,thefwi>e
    Mh per*** will be preeluded from
    tne benefit of the .md Decree, and be
    ueprtved of all claim on or against
    aid pioperly.
    CUimanla are al-o n.m(led 'hat ihey
    i,u.l attend Ihe aald Couil on Wednr*
    'a.. Ihe n day of September. IsttO. at
    ) o'clock am whan their aald claims
    .ill be ranked
    Given under my hand Uiu Ui day
    of June. IS*0
    I V OlIXEK.
    An Clerk ol lha Aaeniant
    Court ol Appeal
    1 50Sn.
    ONCE AGAIN
    Uverrool
    l .....i.ni
    OlaatjDw &
    Liv. pool
    London
    M bmuith k
    Uitulon
    SI st July
    Sth Aug
    17th Am:
    25th Ann
    Due
    Barboflos
    IMh Auk.
    26th Aun
    31st Au*.
    8th Sept
    5th Sept. 2flth Sept.
    mm mi w \i;i. FOR Til* I'MTFD KINIilMIM
    v.-.,
    LORD CHURCH"
    \v\ AN i'ian
    SI'Ki IAI.IST"
    I-in i poo
    1*.ml.hi
    C loses In Rnrhados
    Sth Au.
    10th Aug,
    24th Auk
    TINDERS POR HULL OF FISHING LAUNCH
    Tenders an mvitc.l fur lha purdaBM of tha iiiitini-hoil hull of
    thi> hard chime tishiiin launch "W ni.
    Mm
    Lcnuth N fl l
    Baam ft In
    DrauKhl I fl 6 ins.
    2 Tenders are also uivlti.l tha pMfchaW *'f OM laOgU) el
    >4 in galvaiilaad ehatn 3.'i ti loni ind ' tangth N W loag) also
    13 Ihl "1 1 ft in ili.mii-!. isal I <
    3 Tba .il.ove hull can be e. :ily arranged for the mallard t.v|x-
    uf i-.wi tad can nan M Buriu Baach, Bay Btraol The chain
    and rope can be seen al ths Fltalel I BRpartnw Dul BtaUoO, Roaf, ^,
    Mi. h.i.-i. srhara hirttMn Inionnatloii raqubad can ba fhran
    4 Tender* should In- odflimaad to Ihe IHrecUir ..f AgliCUlMira,
    IVlMitinriit .f ABii.iilliirc. .nil ||0UM !> i-'i*'.i UMn n't ItMl
    than 4 00 p in nn the 24th of AuUSt. 1950
    12 8 50 -4n
    infui iii.iliun uppl> to
    DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.-Afenti
    9/u
    A DISCLAIMER
    WITH t ference to the
    review of I)r B Lloyd
    Still's book m the Advoeata
    of August loth. i)i li
    Lloyd sun wishes to point
    out that II ,. Ull'.'.l! With-
    out her kn rtsrladjH
    PanK
    Ull I
    the
    1st da' Ol July I960 are rooiiratrd
    send In uarlicuUn* of ihelr claims
    SAMLTJ. POLl-ARD .-! (JiaiAU)INE
    DANIU. tfuallAed Execulom of the.
    will ol the aald Caroline Slmmona de-
    eeaaed. co Meaera Hajnea A GrlfTith
    No J Swan Street. Brldselown. Bal-
    parsM Sollcllor*. on or before Ihe lr,
    lay of Sea.it.-ii.ber IfSO. altri w hlch
    4aU wr -hall proceed lo dl-trlbule the
    ion r
    m i. i
    t hi Ml
    saaJ
    ,,v Baa*.

    we ahall not Mi
    debt.d 1 um id
    oph-in
    -...I
    irquealrd to .til.
    aebtadnaaa without delay
    Haled Ihli 39th day of July IBS*
    BAMl'U. l>OM.AtU)
    (,IJ-A1JILSE DAN1D.
    Wualille.l Eaecutora of tha will
    C.irolii.e Siriuri..iL- demiied
    OFFICIAL SALE
    lEqiilUblr Jurladlrtloni
    1-ueien Uovd Leecoch. PlalnUrT
    Walwyn Evereon Beat. Defendanl
    NOTICE If hereby liven that by
    /Irtue ol an Order ol ihe Aaatatanl
    ,'ouit vf Appeal dated the 30th day ol
    OM 1M0 there will be a-t up lor alr
    lo the hUhmt bidder at Ihe c.mce ol the
    Clerk, of the AsalaUnl Court irf Appeal
    al the Court House. Iimieei^wn.
    beterOOB IM houra ol II moon) a.t.l
    2 o'clork In Ihe afternoon mi rridav,
    the Wth day ol aepteml-r, ItWl.
    all thai certain piece or niii-cl of
    l.natl alluate al JaChntln'S Village in
    the pariah of Saint Michael and Island
    iwrnlv-one t- rche* or thereabout* ol
    uhlch ana nne pen h lotn.a part of thr
    public road called SXerla II.,.n herein
    -fter mentioned abutting mid bounding
    inward* Ihe north on land* now or
    of Alan *ot1 bra-aid* UM
    . ...ti. on lands now or l.t.- of S W.
    iind towards the eaal on the publk
    Barbados Youth Movement
    vVrme there I* Knowiedar. lhare I*
    lu lh-l a why you ahould let your
    b..> ..r girl |..m Ihe Barbado Vwuth
    Mi
    Cash
    In luiva. al 1
    are dOInf their part, warlcn out for the
    neat mova by aorresbody elee So heln
    ttr utMd V....II. M. rM '.. ' .
    Ihe uiJOelunala youths of Bfbadoa
    Rev L Bltl'fE-flAHKK irbunde*/)
    lie. J II GRANT 'tl-plalli'
    Air* ULGA BSOWNX tOeri Je. I
    il rrjoin
    . ... t .'I M I ' ' '.
    rn aold Ihe aald property
    i for aalo on every eu.
    twrrn Ihe lame houra
    *oid for a *um not I
    d If nol
    II tie ari
    ( Frldai
    in cm
    IIANM: TO NIGHT
    AT
    Casuarina Club
    IB the Musir of
    HtTllr HaywardN OfatMatl
    Admhnlon 2/6
    Good Food
    (.d Music
    and Good Fl
    Al*.tA ItANUER
    ALCOA HoAMER
    AIA-DA RUNNER
    MEtt UBLIAI BBB.ICE
    Art.
    M.O. BVSeo
    llth July th July
    sih July nth Aua
    Oth Aufuel mid Augu*
    nbw roil avRt/ira
    Alt.
    .. 'dee
    UM July lift July
    Hurricane Relief Organisation. 1950
    I IMOHN -IIH.I
    -Conld
    Hallfaa
    July SSth
    Aua 7th
    ST JAMES
    The parish has Ixiti >11
    per"n* named In charge-
    Diatrku
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    iiien east to lha Hill under !>' I
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    iiu- Raeloi7i si .Linn-
    i,ie '........'"IM'
    l "ALCOA 1'ILUHIM"
    PRIDE OF THE
    EVENING
    S&S RUM
    10 IV.
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    ant's vu-
    Luaratto
    Dariicki ti if \iii.i. Paynas Baj
    Husbands. Tli.upt- Hul.Ur. Mill I'.i...-
    irv. Dui.mi- Vill.me. Halls VilliiK-'.
    Huytei VUlafS
    Holetov.il. Th.iiiitviUv. Tranb
    Ol POTtara Wood. Sea View NlcholU
    Greenwich Village. Orange Hill. Whup-
    rjbMsl Bay Wood. QUhas Vtllaite. York.
    Dean's Village Apes Hill T-nanti>.
    Kii.<-v.iui. Ijuwaster. Walei ll.ill and
    Spi me
    portai Mount st..inif.i i i ppa and
    Lowai Oarden, w. tot Carlton (uppai i.
    West more land
    Rock Dundo. Bkxi Hill 'I ;,iH BprlnjJ
    Head. Hock Hall
    ' GEORGE
    Aides
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    Backache, Getting Up Nights
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    Supply Officer W It farringlon. Eat) Jordans
    Shelter Officer .. H. A Wakfc, Esq.. JoedaM
    Mudtatfon Officer .. H H Coring. Esq Exchange
    ST THOMAS
    Headquarter'! Committees
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    unr. IBM
    Cill.KI-M.
    At Clerk of the Aaalatant
    Court of Appeal
    B T - 3n
    Hrnevvned for It*, i
    fine mellow flavoui
    ,-kilful 1.1- inIn..
    STUART & SAMPSON
    LTD.
    Road ruaranci
    Shelter Officer
    itaUon Officer
    nmunications UfTV
    Supply Officer
    H- m ut Officer
    I).image Assessment Officer
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    LICENSE NOTICE
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    Dated Ihl. llth day of Auduat M.
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    rHh the officers menlu.ncd in gbai B*
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    Spring
    Mr A I> Inca, Mi W Tiioinpv.ri
    Airy Cot, lllunts, Hlllalr. Fanners.
    Mr K Dat. Jones. Mr C. A. OnM
    Welchmon Hall, Allen View. Chapman and ('j.rrlngt'
    lages.
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    CmrtaHa'a VUlaae, shop Hill
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    White Hall. Hrnii.- Village
    Col A. Campbell
    Clifton Hill. W.dkcs Swing. Prouts, An-.- Sltd Hussia VilUges
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    IIVKU \IMls ADVOCATE
    Barbados Turf Club 2/- SweM>| YOUTHFUL
    Mid-Summer Meeting 1950 PRINTERS
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    Expense 1 ". 3.19200
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    A-"* Hall h .....Mia) cneiuM
    *riire.l 131 and in.-
    i.po.ii will.
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    miiiiily lo Heece who took four
    of the wicket* for nine run*
    W three for 17 Castillo
    who toaaed the ball quite hlh
    when bowling took two for
    seven
    A Prfct Wicket
    Winmiiii the tuts Skipper
    Cuffley Mnl the I'nntci % kt
    bat on a perfect wicket Moon
    nd Morns opened for the
    Printei* to the bowling of barker
    tall first diviM-
    for Empn imI Boachford
    Soon Moore waa run uul lor twe
    and Morris when the score wag
    28 wim mcelv euught l>v Fields
    off of Barker Taitt did not stay
    very long after this mid he was
    beaten all over ind bowled by
    Ilaiki'i who hod now da^raaopM
    i [ol of puce Sookr
    short and stocky Ihen came
    and changed the complex ton "'
    the game by playing '
    length balls and htttin, tM tOOM
    ones when lb*) ame In him
    His 42 waa chuncelets and
    attractive but his stay came toi
    an end when he was stumped bv
    Harper in atteniplinK '
    and drive Seoly
    After this the end soon came
    tar Printers and UM |
    their innings at 131 just before
    lunch
    IKiuble nmi
    After lunch Harris and
    Orannum whi opened tl
    for the Teacher* were the only
    batsmen t.> reach double figure^
    Grannum scored an amusing 13
    and Harris 17 The atasoned
    players of the side
    them first division players failed
    tfllO pinned
    The tail of the battlna order
    down with his toaaes.
    On Sundav ihe first encke'
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    There were joyoua act t
    ie lust oou v
    during UuO ioui
    .
    |g)aHj|Hion grouad toi yoari
    rrttchai it hiirdiv
    the |
    I the ten
    on the Held to congratulate the
    Warwickshire player, m Qm I
    tnd coats
    to U:e a.r Wai-
    arbtksl in- hod a struggle to get the
    95 runs needed to win Ten runs
    were required when the only
    'elding lapse of the matcb *
    made by the West IndiesMBr-
    hall at deep fine leg dropping an
    easy catch when Don Taylor. War-
    viclcshire'a New Zealander. who
    playad < big par) In the victory.
    turn Jone* Warvirk-
    hlrVa buccesa on a >i>' itng pitch
    vaa due In the main to the llw
    bowling of Grove m the first in-
    d Hollies in the second.
    i'i i me forceful battinit b)
    Wolton
    Once Warwickshire bj
    liftk wicket siaud batwaaii W..m n
    tnd Walcolt early today, rickets
    tumbled .is Hollies fnm
    I the pavilion and,
    He sent back Christianl. Wil-
    liams, and Walcolt for 1 and then
    fowled Piene. the last n
    out "-oncedirg another run
    The Wot indies were determil-
    ii to nght ,i w.,1 A!, kahln ui -
    d their second innings |q 2".
    minutes be fin i lunch Uardnei at i
    npson could score only 8
    ugainst the light howling ol V- -
    ilme and Jones
    Then at 34. W.n -a u-k--t.il. loM
    bt.th opening batsmen as .h , .,r i
    1< nt i in I'slid |o a ring of
    cloaa 10 un the bat
    Meanwhile Taylor balled soundly
    I well and hit Ji
    Valentin* reallv hard
    Hall th.- -.ide Ml out for 82
    Qrd came m to but with I
    badl} damaged thumb. Ha 101 0
    U) l'i in and Kardar
    left when four were It*
    win
    Every run waa cheere owd and the West liidtf with
    the tail batsmen in did not let up
    Pritchard, however, made the
    inning hit when he -nicked a
    ball vary near Worrell flro
    OR.
    VaJantlna, afho bowled un-
    AanftRd ni alwayj dangerous.
    two Ih'iii- qaril
    . Marl
    ReaurrdnJ th*ll acond innings
    it 134 f ill out for 222 and Warwick bin
    left to get 95 for victoty. traM t
    i i m> kxt .it lunch
    Worrall and WalcoM booari oau-
    lousWi acorlnR 22 runs In the first
    half hour <.IT Hollies, who made
    the bull lurn a little, md C.
    kept a good length with the
    wind behind him The weather
    was tine but cluudy.
    Deserving Win
    Thf new ball was taken at 101
    and Wuirell immediately drove
    Oiove to the long-on M
    but when 48 he played forward to
    mger and edged
    JIRMINGHAM, Au. 11
    here lo-day when '.Varwirk-
    tdo U) beai the West Indiea


    a .ii.i
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    l.....i

    ' lo second slip at 182
    ......n -a"
    ame back into the at-
    tack and v/hiistiani with a covwi
    two cn-drtves nit him
    toi tniet lours in the hist over
    UoUkw took inrec wicket*
    without conceding a run during
    his next UUM overs. Chrlstiant
    MRpaklO Qy) and was beaten by
    'oe pui .lid Slumped
    Warwickshire's opening p a i i
    took the score to 34 at which
    Loth fell. Thompson alter hitUna
    Jones rcr lour behind the witfeM
    fell in the leg trap and In the next
    ovei '.-lun.-i hit his ofT stump
    n playin/ bark defensively lo
    .....hlmi
    At 43 Spoonei was caught be-
    wnket off Valentine and
    after Don Taylor nad hooked
    the boundary for four
    af| without scoring. The
    ahlra Captain swept Val-
    iniii.e to leg with power but Jone,
    [or leapt into the ail
    .ii.d look ,i brilliant right hn.
    calch.
    A pull b> Taylor off Jones sen
    up 50 aftei 95 minutes Shortly
    afterwards Jones was rested after"
    bowling for nearly two hours
    ftrin| .ame on at 62 and bowled
    Wolton with n ball that shot
    thmugn low
    Tayloi drovj Valentuie
    successive balls and with On'..
    no battad with a badly bruise't
    hunib, ran several sharp single-
    Ord left at 72 lbw. to Pierr-
    Bgsd a' 85 Marshall at deep fine
    leg missed an easy catch which
    , fT the ime bowler.
    WHk (OUT was seventh nut beaten by Val-
    entine's aptaDM A single follow-
    '.I and then amid scenes of flreat
    eitement Pril.hard achieved the
    i inning rut
    Nineteen thousand, three hun-
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    for admission and over four thous-
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    Wai-oirhskW* IM *!
    BAUDOUIN
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