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PACK TWO SUM ill ADVOCATE SUNDAY, AUGUST 27. 19S0 AVI AI II I 1.1 H I I.MvMA IM.mb.rs Only) I Tl la*l\. Mi.Ill vovoi nm %  mfunt MM %  *ri.i.i. I* IMI Ml I It'll I.III *.-. i'w rxi.i EMPIRE THEATRE To-day. 4.45 & 8.45 and Continuing a I Mnti.iic and Night Shows Dail> am ....•~'L"!.. ^r P|i'#|ijH'*J JOHN WAYNE AMU MM %  FMRKT TUCM MI —, JOHN AGAR A Mweiic NCTUM L ADY SEEL, if? <>t Sir George Seal. K.C M.O.. Heed of C D. and W :n the Wat Indies will be among the imnnpn arriving by Ihc Gojnto'' from England on Saturday September kid Sir George M at present In Trinidad, and i> due bark this afterOther passengers arriving bv the "Golnto" are. MUs G. Benjamin. Mr and Mn. H. H Hart. Miss M Maude. Miss G Mcaghei. Mr ..nd Mrs. E R. Molt. Miss • J Stanford. Rev H. St C Tudor. Mi HP Watch, Mia* C Welsh. Mm L Wolch. Mull A Walls. MU K A W.-Moi: Mr J. ft. Cave. Major J I Ciifliui. Mi C E Nrbletl. Mr T A L Roberts, Capt. C R E Warner and Major A S. Warren Back From U.S. Holiday M R DAVID READ, son of Canon and Mn. Harvey Read, returned from his 1)8 holiday yesterday morning; by T C A To hear David tall It. ortamly some holiday SUvin* In Hillside. Wyoming. New ha also vlilted Buffalo aa ai other parts of tqe counBirthday Party T HERE as a large party last night in the' Xanadu of the Ocean View Hottl Hut was Mi Victor Marion who was celebrating his birthday. Cara on the main highway stretched from the Hasting* Rocks past the Ocean View. Married Yesterday In Trinidad M ARRIED in Trinidad yealarday afternoon ware MM Jessie Metides, daughter of Mr %  and Mrs Oswald Mende* and Ml John Rooks, son of Major *-y|R GEOFFREY RAMSAY wa and Mr.-. C'ourtenay Rooks of 1*X among the passengers lea* 1-of-Spain. |ng by T.C A. yesterday morn! QoJub Qcdlinq orr TO I A.\AA leaving bv TCA A Wek in Trinidad taiday ucrs (toft to itgkt) Mr. and Mrs. Deassoad Proverbs, Mrs. Bdna Hutchinson, Miss Barbara HutckiONon. Mi. Uaoffray Rasasay, Mr. Keith Oaoelog and Mr. atanlay Baakall. • fill. UllUL • USH1 MOM • IKIUM I'M • UTSSI llUf \W% MMf IMIS HHBII • t\\.l CO. • IKUII JMIMl Auocaita froducii-rdvunc Gi.iasat .1Mb. 1VI411 Dnffl I Also British Movietone News Korea—Security Council's historic meeting Anglo-American Universities Athletic Contests at Whit? City Bluebird ready to try again Both John and Jessie are well oeonV la en route to Canada, b. t 1 mown In Barbados, and they are wtll ^ Bp endlng a week in Trim K| ected to arnvc here to-day to 0^4 fl r ,t Formerly with Cable am ipand their honeymoon at Accra, wireless both here and in Trimtocklaj*. d a d, no doubt he has seveiu Here For Three Weeks mends to look up m Trinidad, be(HIVING from Trinidad yesfore he severs coniicclloi.s with th. Wetl Indira to nettle in Canada Harold said that hia Water Pol •am n Tiiindad wanted him to play a match l>r them during MM %  hurt time he 11 thore Geoffrey was a former member of the r.llUh Wator Polo Club I'l ,'." over to Vancouver. Barbara ll with the Royal Bank of Canada 1 Mi,tnch hare and Is on long leave HOW LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4 1tll.il Republic Action Donblo . William MAHS1IAI.I. Ai, 1, MARA in "BLACKMAIL" and "AN ANTONIO KID" ""h William Elllnl! Bobby Illak.MONDAY t TUESDAY 4.30 4 8 15 mtpnbUc Whola Son.I . "aUNO OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED ROYAL L LAW TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4. JO 6 30 B.yuiilii Bis DaubU • HC.IHTI ABM3TRONG Marlln KOSI.rTK In "0AN08 Or THE WATERrRONT" and "THE OATMAN 0E PARIS" '' %  KSM ONI) A,l.lo MARA MONDAY a TUESDAY 4 30 a a 30 •WIN0IN0 ON THE RAINBOW and "CALL 0E THE CANYON" O I. V M %  • | LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4 30 k 8 30 Republic Big Double • KIVIKIUI AIIII'S Ciin.l WA! KER in "IDENTITY UNKNOWN" and FLAME OF BARBARY COAST ""I' JeBB Wayne Ann Dvorak Monday A. 30 and 8.15 Tuesday 4 30 Only THAT HRKNNAN GIRL and GOODNIGHT SWEETHEART" Trinidad yesn. trrday by M W I A to i|end three weeks with her family u Mm. Dorothy GriRlth and aha i-Milmg the hrst part of her hollda) with her slater and i [..tlur-in-law. Mr and Mrs Richard Baneroft, who are holiriuylng at the Crane Her two children Harbe.ru and David ore already In Barbadoa %  mi she eauevta her husband on Saturday for two weeks. He Is with MI Royal Itank of Canada In Portof-Spaln Her mother Mrs Iris Patterson and sister In law Mrs i 'luson, were at the air iK meet her J | V P4-j p 1 1 I r 1 r T 1. Oioaeniian Han IUI '. ini-s Hi ill 10. bio* %  dims. h> TC.A lor -bout eiglit oi ten wveks holiday in Canada After arriving at Montreal %  hey plan to i Igtt Toionlo and then f eeaassj aMiF. abssa 'J—i -••/ %  >.. NtwVfcaaiiafsoaWMNiRBaos! iVl • %  % %  DAVID BUTLER —.a—'•• %  —•—-" %  —. PLAZA THEATRE Bridgetown's Prestige T heatr e 11 Har-<1 '. %  s %  %  I - "V i .z I. !" la... •V k ''O MWiW'/,V/W,v < '-',',',•-----. .-.'.; *'*'>*','rss.;;-i WTiaf A Yield!! THERE IS A REAL DIFFERENCE WITH STEELE BRIGGS SEEDS W* have a Fre.h Stock of — — BEET, CUCUMBERS, CARROTS, CABBAGE, 8^ LETTUCE, TOMATO. BUTTER BEANS 16*" GARDEN TOOLS P k. FORKS, SHOVELS, RAKES. WATERING CANS, SHEARS AT THE CORNER STORE NOW THE lll-KHK AM AND RAINY SEASON IS APPROACHING ' orr '-II. .SJMarrf rt . Bull, tc Hiixea Ulchn Locka Sail, Hasp, & Slaplr. Hammcra Barrrl Bolu Riio Roollnt Compound Lamp Chinivi. Galvd Butkrli Burners V Wicka Sisal Bopr Call ai Our H;,rd,rr A Ironmoticrrv Depl. TcIrph m No 2039 KI.ME.MBI.R There la no Parkia Problem when you ahop with us BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. GLOBE TONITE 3 30 Mriday Tunda> i 4 a 10 pm II you mlM this fins raoiloi plcturr you would have robbco >our treasure house of s fr..|TBM sod lasurs memon THE GRIPPING STORY OF THE HATFIELDS AND THEM c C0YS! ...America's moot famous feud! SAMUEL (I0LDWYN presents Hoseanna McCoy" r MU> CRASott OlAUXS BMaJOU) RAi UjUtli aASKt KSaMtDtUQMT (JU niliu HMNEVRNB CXTRAI LION ERROL — CVTIK OS DUTY EXTRA! Special BRITISH MOVIE TONE FLASH! LEARTK CONSTANTINF vs. DENNIS COMprON IN A CRICKET MATCH WIM111.EDON LADIES TENNIS FINA1 S TENNIS FASHIONS by "Gorgeous", GUSSY Moil.W LOCAL TALENT AUDITION TO-DAY 9 3n A.M •* o* a ae ee>a o t > '^cav 1 M week Back On The Job a BILL RAMSAY T.C A Wag Holidaying With Parent* A FTER two weeks holiday Barbados Mr and Mrs Desmond IVoverbs returned to Canada yeslerdgy morning by Navigator who was here tor T.CA. They were staying with Mr, Proverbs' parenta, Mr. and Mrs. I Q. Proverbs. Desmond is i.t Mac Donald College, studying for his Ph.D. His wife is a Canadian. 'slop over.' was back job yesterday morning, hen he left hv T C A taking < r from Sun Glemlenlng, whoso turn It Is to spend week's stoo B.ibado*. Stan Is staying >t tho Marine Hotel. Married At St. Leonard's O N THURSDAY afternoon at St Leoswrd's Church. Mr. Lisle Clarke, of the Audit Office and son of Mr and Mrs. T. A. D. Clark.si 7ta Avenue Belleville was married to Miss Juanita Morris, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Duncan Morris of Station Hill. The bride who was given la marriage by her father looked eh-.rw.ns In a dress of oyster staauer satin ... bJonAr ls*. fV bo lice HOS cliSlAllJaj while IS-full gkirt was prettily desismed in B resUngola style with a flowing ir.iil: Her finger tip veil of tulle was edged with blonde lace and was kept in place by a pill-box headdress trimmed with lilies of the valley. She earned a shower bouquet of getberas. radlanee rset. Michaelmas daisies and tube roses. Her Ma id-of-Honour wa* Misi Merle Clarke, sister of the bridegroom, who wont a mauw she-' dress with picture hat to match ana gold sandals. The two Bridesmaids were Mi* RoiDlincl Morris, sister of thv bnde and Miss Monica Hutson vhc wora aresa>(t of pink and b.u. %  etta i made in ho> • Tiie two biideMiiaidH were Ml>-. Ushers were Mr, Cecil Frank Clarke. Mr. Joseph Kirton and Mr. Keith Morris. The Reception was held st tha home of the Bride's .m-ir Bromley', Station Hill. Back From B.G, Trip M R. ADA COTTINGHAM was at SeaweU on Thursday afternoon to meet his good friend. Mr. O. Henry, who has been u> Brltlsh Guiana since April. T.C.A. Personnel Retu M R c rn Back To Univcrsit, M R KEITH UOODING who has been holidaying in Darbadoi To Continue His Studies M R STANLEY HASKELL. sot of Mr. H. N. Haakell, forme. Headmaster of Harrison College with T.C.A. Present Plans AND MRS. PHIL II' LARKE and Mr. and Mi>. Ernest Campcau after two weeks holiday in Barbados staying at Cacrabank. returned to Canada yesterday morning, where both Mr. Clarke and Mr. Campcau are ,.... _. with T.C.A. in Montreal, since May 13th returned to Can"d Mrs. Haskell, after four ada yesterday morning where he monUu.' holiday in Barbados. recently finished his third year staying with his family, lelt yesB Ic al Mu.ill University. He reterday morning by T.C.A.. to T SEE that the Camera Club f are to continue his studies. return to his studies at Mac -L re-suirting their monthly meetBeen in These Parts Since Donald College where he is ings tomorrow afternoon at 5 p.m iq20 studying for his Ph.D. in Animal "' Wakeflcld. the British Council R KPH^rNTATiVK ,n Vena Nulrl " 1 headquarters. This club was M'HL&fcNTATlVE in Vetie-. ... formed about one year ago and /.ucla of the Federation of *%  *•* sais iilreadv hat auitc o fpw memben British Industries to Mr. Rowland 1>>|R. JEAN BLONLWS sister Jut hop? loT^SmtmiS^SZ Henry, who returned to VaneI'L Laurette and her husband bership 'uela yesterday by B W. I A has Mr. Guy Durocher who have tinue, jeen in Venezuela since 1046 nnd been hojidaying at Sam Loid's Their present plans are to went ] or t f 0r Canada yesterday morndiscuss the forthcoming Advocate by TC.A., after two weeks Photo competition and the Annual holiday in Barbados. Mr. Blondin. Exhibition, is the Manager of Sam Lord's nd this was his sister's first visit L Barbados. In Montreal, Mr. Durocher la an Automobile Dealer. Undecided T WO young Canadian girls rived from Montreal yesterday morning by T.C.A., and expect to be In Barbados until the middle of September. They are both students at MoOill University and will M BS. ANNIE BROOKS, daughtnerefore have many friends ter of Rev. and Mrs. FranBarbados. -LTA ( originally from Texas has pis Oodson who has been holiThey were a long time getting occn living for one and a half laying In Barbados since August off the 'plane, and Joy must hive years in Aruba where he is with 12th returned to Montreal yestermade three attempts to get down the Lugo OH Company, has been day morning by TC.A the plane steps. I don't think she holidaying in Barbados, staying Ratiiritatft *-. Vannriiela v a!< undecided about staying, but .it the Ocean View Hotel. YesC ni m i Mn "Net? Vidmcr "* tin, e ahe apparently remanterday he left here for Venesuela. b'*i .t ft-aweU vesterdav ^^ something she had left to connect up with K L. M from fft^CextTelT The{ wiMf. for whatever it was. However here for ton days. ose Dclcnrrll. First Secretary at they are now comfortably settled p L P_-._ B.—...JT-; the Argentine Legation in Caracas, vith what should be an enjoyB ck trom Bermuda 1 rip ,!e hoUday In front of them KENNETH DAVIS. PartGone For a Week JY1 ner of Messnt stansfeid M R. BILL STUART. TC.A., Scott and Co. Ltd. returned from Station Manager here left Ida Bermuda and Bahamas trip Ly TCA, ycatcrdoy on a week's yesterday by T.C.A. There was visit to Montreal. Bill's wife and no bsri weather up that side as a daughter are alrgftdy in Canada r.*ult of the Antigua hurricaiw, holiday. although It was very hot. South America and the Indies sin.e 1920 He visited Barbados U-t in 1020. Slaying nt the Crane Hotel, was here for two weeks. A Londoner, he hopes to return to England In October. From U.K. Visit HS. AILEEN SEALY. who seven weeks ago left by the Golflto for a holiday in England, returned yesterday morning by T.C .A., via Canada. Returned To Montreal M" these meetings conQuick Work A N airmail letter via T.C A. timed In Montreal at 12.30 p.m. on Friday was opened at one of the business offices in Bridgetown yesterday morning at 9 o'clock. That's certainly quick work! Originally From Texas \MR. EDWARD McASHAN who %  *. tori i-hose ng < ife Incidentally i few days more In Barbaios. and Mrs. Marie Vallenllla and daughter OrttUna, Mr. Vallenwas also in Barbados for holiday, but he returned about n week ago. He Is u lawyer in Vene%  ur|.i They were here for about a nonth's holiday, staying at the Paradise Beach Club. pi'N BY THE WAY ... By Beachcomber seems to flicker over the librarian: "You hove said a Induce people to fill up the form. loathsome surface of my paper mouthful. Yassah. I sure am Also, every town should elect l like summer lightning over u ,rom No Orleens, law .takes, huh. Census Queen, who would be %  nounuin of rollymolly and turnhuh. you all is ri*ggone tellln' kissed by the Mayor after he had Me-cumtrivy. %  *•" Th e official scratched his signed his form. Mlmsie SlopFirst there il a picture of head. "You don t seem like an corner might tour England, as W G Grace in his cricket cap American." he said. "Buddy." Miss Census, and read out. on the his benign face moored in 40 rc P w lnc librarian, "when steps of Town Halls, such quesfathom of beard Beneath Is y u "*e next In da States. I'll blow tlons as. "Was your grandmother wnUen The Siegfried of Britvou *<> a baked clam and a bar(paternal) happily married?" sin Now rat me and sink me blcan ""d some cookies like only nd stun me with eels, if i ever m old n.smmy can turn out On Familiarisation Tour thought of a more exquisite comWhy should a lumber king partson. All you have to do. to choose this place to stay? I fkMR. THOMAS BLACKSTOCK. savour the richness of It is to thought they all lived In suites In |iMrepresenUUv e of the Melville imagine Siegfried 'in his cricket London?" "Patootle." replied the Travel Service in Toronto who cap) at Lord's or W. G. Grace librarian. "I guess guys of my sort arrived from Trinidad on AuguM taring Brunhilde on a rocky K big for a slice of democrat.!.24th left yesterday morning by wicket living. And now, if you'll excuav T.C.A. for Bermuda. He is tin a iin-, I must be scrumming, boio. familiarisation tour of the West Sir*. Hit.urfilv* imvritun Wanna look up something in da Indies, and will spend a short [ %  rct.-i who had inter" ,ubltc library, yoo-hoo." viewed Mr Chadstone reUrand Crnuun Gala -pitF, 1 VII ported that the McGurgle estab'T'O guard against a universal Toronto rtatnlv qualified for boycott of next year' Ishment Oovern while In Bermuda, having ilready vislted Trinidad. Jamaica and Barbados, before he returns to ensua, With only two days here, he id. as It seemed to Suet has suggested that the whole had a busy time and wished it be full of American visitors. But thing should be organised mnn could have been longer. Sam mclal was suspicious, as a popular quiz or questionLords, he md, presents a very ilong hlmselr On the naire, designed to appeal to the attractive 'Old World' atmosphere, loorstep nr ran into the hbrar-an. public, than as a Government He thought however that the Alia, p,I. said Mr Chadstone foolery Suet wants to add to the Island noeds more accommodation You from New Orleans?" aske 1 census form a few questions about for tourists, as it has much to the official "Sucker." replied tinfilm stars. He thinks this would offer its visitors. higher md EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220 JVST MX I.X A I l\i: H&W LADIES' CASUAL SHOES In many < n luurs ...../ Ih'sif/ns ml $4.58 LADIES' $6.28 STRAWS $7.00 at 64* YOUR SHOE STORE /



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SUNDAY. AUGUST 27. 19W SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGI TORES .\l Th< in. M. i MADAME PARIS Gardening Hints .. For Amateurs war In I.he Pacific lr. JOW II \IIIIISOA PARIS Sund,,) tad personality, even .f well over I N a third lloor apartment overthe 00 mark, oao wear a dreaa in looking the cocktail bar of the flaming raspberry red, providing H.tz Hotel, ornately furnished with the line is perfect THE Rose has often been called golden clocks. Venetian glass mirAnd providing ah* knows—a< the "Queen of the Garden" and animals, and Chanel knows awry line and rnoM hardeners have had the AT 31, HE FELT LIKE Ml OLD I'lW Host( %  ardeii glass, glass everywhere, a no longer young, lives as K legend of the fabulous world of Pans fashion. She is Madame Chanel—a peifume was named after her— a rich woman who made a fortunbetween the two world wars but who no longer dresses the Internationally chic women. She says: "One loses money now in couture. I don't like losing money". MADAME lll.VMLS dresses: (above) (ilaay-type evening-gown in blark and raspberry, the skirt b separate from ihr bod lee and made in one rnormoua wrap-sround piece. Material Is falllr. Ihr frill* edged with red to match the hedlee. The blouse lest Is tllhtly liitinc rrossed over and lied al the back. < Below I RI.A( K II II I evening gown. Transparent ruehrd slip worn over a skirt %  I alLihtlp stiffened tulle. The top the same creaa-ever line In black -ilk faille. movement of her own figure. ambition at some time to grow "Why-, .aid Chanel, throwing Rang. wide her hands, should a woman Thtcultivation ol Roses in Barbados is not difficult, although u. never get such good results as arc (fctaincd in England, ret, WMI ., littleknowledge, and some inlt-al trouble. Rose-trees will succeed in Barbados well enough to mak< By G. S TWO of thf bloodiest and most famous battle* to lake nlace in the Pacific during World War IIare depicted in "SANDS OF IWO JIMA", now showing at the EmptD Theatre They are the battles oi Tarawa and Iwo Jima both of which will long be remambered by officers and men of the United Slates Marine Corps, whose i"b it was to capture these two Jap atrongholds. The rlg& h ;: l ^ b srs:1 "~ row c ^u.'^dm'^T, ^ of training and life tague %  :i ivorth while Position of US. Marines constitute the play story of this war Aim. Under the farm.down to Ihe present day, "Reaeanna Met'**** no* at the Globe Theatre. • American feud Is brought -trees like an open sunny hard tutelage of • seasoned to U-.> screen The hostilm Despot, sheltered from excessively sergeant who a alternately distwflei, the saturnine, mountainhigh winds They will not succeed liked and appreciated by his men. eerlr.g Hatflelds and the Codunder the shade of trees or in a thy era led by him In their first fearing farming McCoys it legenbed infested with tree-roots, taste ol actual warfare— the landdar> m America, and has been the Ro*e-tree* are seinsh plants, and mgs at Tarawa—and finally In the theme of foUt-songs and ballads as demand a bed or Tub all to thembattle of Iwo Jlm. where, after well as ..tones stives, so. do not put a border ft'Ur days of murderous fighting. .. . _^_ „ „ „f annuals around your Row the Sur* and Stripes Is raised on Jg*' ;\ "^ !" un J *' K !" h,.is aslUck in bits and piece* Mount Surabachi. Into theso luc ky mountains, the film tells the o other plants here and therT •• %  and backgrounds, which ff of the love of Johnac Hat?W Zrn,,iiiM frea %  taken from autneniic docuflc f? ,or Hoseanna McCoy. It la ftonT tr^-ioote^(and^rSUra !" ments are blended the conflicts. '" '•• colour and jeflups ,!. ~ ,> M rven under ramaranar e, and personal action* Wo tMI e t !" g-e Iwlween tUta! and ifX spoTS wind"d reactions encountered when ^1 toy* "d old hatreds, as lh swept give thi 'planu'some"^ ncn vt different education, back**• fi*" 1 dtermlne to v ivent w!nd ground, faith and ideals are %  •* %  %  ** "•town together under the stress Than, ha. haa-n n.> adsaaaau aa of war. tivticn from the ... She And Preparation Of The-Beds For %  single row of Rose-plants, whore the three feet is a comfortable width unit, take their pinto make the bed. For a double panorama of battle row, a five foot wide bed Is just right with the plants placed three be made to suffer in a dree hich she cannot move from Uie u out to a oeptn oi iwo ***. uu% h —MM M*-.lut knee. down, with a neckline should the ground be at all soggy, ^nwnn* Purely beet! !" it Iwhlch is one long fear of exposure diK out -"other fooVand put (n lradl|to ln m 1mmay Both m ,„ mid a waistline which kills the enjoyment of a good meal? •I live these days mostly in an well drained bed. Now fill I Atlantic liner between Paris and cavity with a mixture solid fighting „<, my of hfe Uv portrnvwi the hug* .rcurfciciy There „ ,„ nimllilil musical background and splendid ngh.. ^ p. at, pu-oinrj. J^J' !" t £* t &*f£ t"^''"^'^&T\^ in feet .part To prepare th,-bed, dl J" 1 "„,„.,",2 Su <: •'•>"' %  Charts lla-kford aial !• ". 5* t? ^'tfi <*£%£? ' !" <*' yeun7~dslS d who "aj-noad Uae,. : a layer ol "amertcme, '<>r drainpn conv inclnK performance.. .,! ge as Ro trees must have a d| M U]e olhor mcmbOT or of hahtet vein I. "Wallllner" I S '' %  '"* CMt l,l< h ""* mn weU "" P'> ln l "> Aquatic Club • well CB aaao to represent the diffarent From all reports, the accent in New York I need drives that black mould lei-mould, well tyvm cncounKwd n „ troup & this nlm 1.. on youth, wlt|i plenty 1 can roll Into a ball and put on lotted cow manure anil '""' Hahtlna men of comedy and romance. Starrlne 'UTStX-m* of a So-VST'baS l!". P 8 hih. .J.M. ih ade ( .,,h the c„-oper.Uon of ^T).TT.^ 0 i7 U ISSSi ^^fu^i^ 2 K d 21 stf & o^! tirJTJS a^^a yvTaea a." ^^ lys^ssa. to add that Uie pUntlna II „ bombardment, and baltle .cenw and aapMallcated step--tei i I.ulen kaiM.1 Ku ...i< Jaa .-W-I-IUV if tlBUs* B IIIIDlllv of ma lam In >K. ^. .. r . .kiUully Inter|. „ i hc h aetyal >ounds snd ilahts of war. *. ,„,.„, In wlnnln R ibe Tl —It.riL ...Ihi naafl f *HHW Ihc ramaeff to rasfara YOUTHFUL VIGOUR This yotiQn man was bvlng rreinatiirelv aired by kUney ina In his l.-ttat how Kruf< hen i him baik bU bal< h alter wnvka of pain '— "I auft"reil for weeks from kidney trouble an-1 telr like ast old man ..;'t'..ni.rh I sm only it. If I StOOpivl U) .1. -ny'liiruIt waa agony to stralanten up again f*fvral pe-l a>1vlssd me to try Km-hen Saltaa they had founil fl.nin wonderful. I trietl ihem and found they cave me relief from pain, and I fslt better in .-very . 1 shall keep on with the daily doeo because I can now do my day's work snd not feel any tho worse for It." —8.VXJ. Unleaa the kidney* function properly, certain m-wi *>a\ats. insCeaa of oelng espelled, are allowed to pollute the blood i tr able. wnHalnta -backache, iheumatlsm and eiceaalve fatigue. KniFH^ben In one oi Ihe finest -v.irettr* or kidney sperionta. 'I'ne *mall daily doae koeps toe kidney .-land other inten. til organs workiiist smoo'.hlv and naturally, HO thai theblood stream is purlReil and vigorous health restored Ask youi nearest Chemist Of Drug more for Krusvliea. and chunks of false Now mine are reed." The value? "I don't even k But she dresses herself as only said Chanel, "and if I did ni herself can. Amid the gla animals, the Chinese tables ar those hard, high, uncomfortabl sofas that the French love, sh weight of jewellery. t h0 same mixture • that given for ,.-,,.-,mB „_„, *h, wants rrom under her sl.trr ^ "V, said Chanel, 'Now imitate fc^ U!rw\N>A McCOY noaa, only to have a situation Ihe false Years qgo 1 stalled the Planting ,, . velop where she Bnd her dress jeweUery' voguo so that nlanting the lue-tree, do Family feuds have long oeen friend land In JalL There should omen could wear ropes of pearls Ivn nS the mi-ttake of planting g* ^U"J* vfT aome of the "quaint" and Buckinnhamshirf. Eye. Hereford the old "Chsnel touch", unique necklace, an emerald pendant -' saasq • ^ flRn wl "amuslnt" places they hsve "dlsahlre; Pokesdown, HamreJure, because, though hundreds of the ze of a pullet's •. pearl ' %  "> !" "' ound while the covered" while having a !oc*-eee Tar Pots. Essex and Zeala. Dorset AOmen would gladly buy them, earrings the sise of a half-crown, "ay ? ,. y., K^ Kcp ., loose at the countrvslda. eauy winners for their NaMkttn aid rings reaching up to the mid'"" %  JJJy" ,„ k ^i They found both a Sharp Noaa countle.. R OBB chose two which Illustrate dleknuckles of her fingers. and a Bugle In Cornwall, a Strange pronunciations baffled how a woman with courage —t 8 Treatment Twiu-hmg in Devonshire and an lha Americana. Who would diesm nlve the Rose trees a good Hch ,en Abbas In Hamaahlre. .that to pronounce Cwnt. MonDaaSaa !" ri*j. Avoid fre ..fh" !" %  a Rum In Invemesmouthshlre. toe .ecret I. to 61 uen "St aprlnklaigs. as this •'•'" %  B*y4 %  g~ r In Devonwill, your tongue through ,. Sa InVrooS to come too near SI" %  "" • !" ""~ ' Hertteeih and y -whim." I %  surface aeealng moisture '""f"' Lacab m mffkey, Norfolk ilead M alrtalria d!wn Rose, N "> ' 'rom Cherry Tree, e^i, „„ Ihrtr lumMl .^STar? rVch feed m and need lgj"^ \i!jfrJ&*!!£Z: SaWkatr. Inh.bit.,,1. iu Cl only their creator will wear tlirm. and rings reaching up to the mld OBB chose two which Illustrate dleknuckles of her lingers. how a wom an with courage —1* 8 WOMAN TO WOMAN: The Beret Moves Back more spicy By St'SAN DEACON summer and a heav; rr-vHE Rapque beret, worn hy one in the winter. next season of the large pliable berets women have been wearing These new, small berets are now worn straight, and slightly to the back of the head. In Paris, women are wearing them with ... eye-veil or with a diamante clip p'inned straight on the front. These noted: — berets are easy to wear with the A coll White B A regular applications of manure Cut off all dead flowers, and dead wood. and. when plcklns a !" r Uie Roses cut them with, a good ]ength stem, aa this keeps the tires pruned, all the pnmlng il. nhire, and then Strawberry KMmtt Gloucestershire m lull In Mlddleses. -Stater" a. the correct p. Surrey (ounly boasts a Hogs Mon mt „,,. Tjjj,-,,, „, s .ek Devonshire a Sheep) Waah 0 „„ f demand that the plan bit andl"a" Sw'iniahaad " ""•* Sl ""'" In tauicarhlre'tourlit) found a .When il cornea, to Welsh iiani-i —If 2^,7. %  •' l-"ne. a DaiK-y Field .nd 'he Y-ak.,loun.u .....|.ly >... dry monuia glvf, ui. wonderad about Besaea O' Th up. Tab reportei will leave il i rest, by picking oil B irn al|<| C horlton-Cum-Hardy. to the reader to try to pionouiu. ing the watering, sjhhy-De-La-Zouch i„ lancesfor aaampl.. Abaryitwytli, Uslershire always hit them Ukc chwr, Mynyddlshlywn, Llancal ejpttal-ln-The-Street, Lincolnshire ach. Llanerchymed, Llanuwchlly %  B and Ball or IJaraTalrpwllgwyrigwlulogery ir. ,...., .h„ • n ..*i.i. chwryivlrobwlllUntlstlingo|--.i;nch T AM constantly ked by women IK.W.STS Bali 'Sd a <** "^^\. „ I the difference between toilet .red with rows of braid. C ** OR S.mdwich. in Derbv.Kire n BolsVcs sir. Ihut's all one *ord over and a WhaUandwell while %  "> lown ^ ">o nrst railway Perfume is the strongest, most g-iONCEALED lihting gives an when the curtains are drawn |„ Gloucestershire there was a !" V "f AngeUey, Walos, oi. MILconcentrated scent Cologne is the Ks original effect to an ordinary Cupboards with glaw doors. i.| auahUll und „ chipping Sod''n Urn from Landon to Ilolvweakest living-room. It is simple to arrange flowers arranged in a recess book, ury head. Most fsdaA it Toilet water is not strong enough and not expensive if low power shelves and w,n .do*_ b y 1 11 1 looK Uighloii Buzzard and Luton ^*nrwir and le* It go at that look . The Urchin Cut shoes usually grubby. Some idea* ALL braid In different colours is necessary _jed to trim many of next During the wide meshed coarse geason's clothes l.oae—trees Here are some ideas t have j.11 buds, li d trashing over the beds attei manner that a cane field i %  hair styles Perfume points AM constantly asked by women the difference between toilet a tor. Cologne and perf of while silk ball braid vi. a plain black dress. Black braid trashed. edging the lapels of a dark green Trie beat dowering time for Jacket. A black plush beret cov[{oaav-trees is during Uis> rain.%  /red with rows of braid. reason. Soft light* to be used as a regular perfume. bulbs are used Fix light* under Use a light flower perfume in the the curtain pelmet to switch on %  attractive when softly lit London Express Service lloo took the prises for BedfordBailv .-.hire with Six Mile Bottom, fair." i/ guides cut it Lla.ll• So easy to apply • So soothing to skin • So kind to clothes llpt fo &m §hcvmpto 5 iimoK No oil'> ihiii.ixxi I.oi row th* um m.(Hl 1 AMOltN-b rod ||taSf lor tXltHilul. lutl'Otii lUHf loii(rH he cm Sit new sheen in your hair. Mil %  !. c.nes**We wjttne.,. Y.. fonigrit . il you uve lu.ire-Creme ShAn>poo lodi.-! Only Lu.lrc-C*e-"C Ui thi. nugKdll blend of ictrel tngrrd.er.U plus gentle laraoiir So fKh-lsthering in nsrde>t water, leavet ha fragrantly clean, ih-ning. arid so iriansgeable. Try iudre-Cremel Now on sale everywhere i" Ihe hirdiome blue and white jir. NOT A 50AI" NOT A HC-.WV UT A WONrXAfUl ISIW Of*rOVf"T' r-TOO WilH LANOLIN (OH M." LUSlSOUi GlAMOSeOUS H THE DESERT BOOT. 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PAGE rOTT! SUNDAV ADVOCATE SUNDAY. AUGUST K. 19S0 J. W.BYER SCORE 100 FOR POLICE Wanderers In The Lead In Game With Pickwick SCOREBOARD IMPIBF n r.r*BIAN -I VKM*' '-I %  [> l.-ihrr .,f 111. W. : ;.. "i UM on FINI VVKATHKK prevailed ycsterdaj aa the Ihli I %  * team? I n-ree with you, y,rtt Division Games opened, and brighi cricket waa the K of all the rajoMnc. The order of the day. Teat match in J. W. Dyer, veteran Police batsman helped himself to proven century at the .mu. u Aifctyif i, u ti i EoWM lb. h S %  W HAT of the : this 11 a Uranya, q u eet k l West Indians, who before Ihi! EnaJami, now by popular opinion, rank with Australia in proven century at the expense of Combermere, and this was Oh.r ^fillT^ ?"" pay to rjjuc. b&g j^tyjg^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ best In(j)vidua ^ for ^ ^ ^ for the West Indies to visit Australia u. 1B62-M or 1UM-M, then what (UMBLI.MKIE ya, POLICE are our chants for securing the services of the key men in this team? Polk* PollM had Cricket Board of Control will receive prullts o( several Uiousanos oi complete control of the Comberc.—103. The other two wickeu I ell quickly afterwards. COLLEGE TB. CAKLTON Carlton lag College (for 1 wkL> #7 HAKHISON COLLEGE . la strong posiUon of gaining first iiinings lead in their First Divi_. sion match against Carlton at th" 1 he was caught by Norville College grounds in .11 „f Wick** : I r k; 1 M 1. 1 St. 4 for •*. 1 *>, si; • tar tfc S lor lit: %  for 1ST; 10 lor 1ST %  OWIIN1 \NAI.VII8 William AHayn %  M M rl.,bmi M.i.h!l II I S ABuaMia 4 1 1 fof D Alklnaon If 4 7 I T Plerc* 11 1 4 WAMDKBias— lil 1 — lnt. N Mar-Hall b I! Jordan I Atkiiuun not o-.t a P i wtr fci c b H. Mar-hall D Aiain-on not out Extra. Total i for 1 wkU I A visit to the Government Farm at inc fine Estate during the week lias set me thinking very seriously about an aspect of racing in Barbados, and Trinidad loo, for that matter, which causes me considerable annoyance. It is mainly to do with ihe breeding slot of the sport. Bui why, I would like to know, is Kacing not regarded as a kind of industry in these two colonies. When compared with racin. in England, where there is *i National Stud, It seems to me thai we have far more reason for regarding racing in these Islands b an industry than there Is in the United Kingdom. pounds. Nov. u> the lime UH those who have sacrificed much i parative standards. mgible appreciation lo be *iv i lite nope ol earning; Mile i.. to AMAiEUKLSM v. PROFESSIONALISM I suflered much from this bogey of mere bowlers, and change afli %  %  hange. until lh eventually bowled seven bowlers, made but little impression on the stolidi'.> of the Police batsmen. Thiwere scored off 77 overs Byer did not show marked po|,„ ish and flash, but punished tho 23 -* -* %  lo ' four Wfefc-M loose balls and batted with a cool IH before Hutchinson was watt i NAtv-ii Carlton won the toss and out to bat on • perfect wicket Tney only managed to score lit m reply College are 67 for the loss of one wicket. ..-kipper Hutchinson and I*-ntWll lams, who shared in a aVftb wt-ket partnership, saved Canton {£""' | I H from looking like a dlsastrou ^ a/a&5i t 1 %  fall, Thev took the score frr>r roues . toMBsaattaK i MI I' I % %  •! % %  • %  illaiknian b Oranl I Ta..lt.r lb. b Sn.ll t.lram : b. 1 Total do. BOHI lV' ESSBSB W E in the West Indies ha so-culled amaU'urism. Tne time la ripe for us lo improve security which outdid Comber'*" *• %  Willlama koockad up 17. 9*^~Z*' n S' c iiit"i"KnWht"" 1 upon Uns ooviously unretl state of affairs. mere's most strenuous efforts. He The College attack and fleldim: T VyaTn-i KakcM b iiki^ It is common knowledge Uiat vvny member of the 1MB Australian hit 9 fours and one six. It onlv was good. Cainmie Smith sent ii wnuhir* a B**kiiteam to England received a bonus of C8uu from Braumsn uown u> took him a short Neil Huvay, the youngest member of (he learn, and there "proloMionais" included m the Australian team. A-hlle at tfTe A ere no in and capture three a law x Udaot member 01 the siatr oi rsity, wnl be suiyiihg 0:1 W.I. FINANCES I SHALL, rruke but a finny ap|*reci.au>n ol ihe financiiil s.utus aim conuniunents of some o! lbs leading players on the West nuhci team and this should l William* • Worm, b ^mlth W (irrrn.iinr r wp iHarrlwirn b "i. a II CM not out Fall of wickMa: 1-1: S~; 1—10; 413 1--1W; 4—1ST: T—l; •—144: B14? BOWLtrlG ANALYSIS At first glance these may Racing in England, one will — now for iwKuudred years oi ihuusund horses taking part at appear lo be exaggerated words empted to say, has been carried on more and today there are a few meetings with millions of Corbin If 1 M Worme 4 I K Kim it I C Smith IT 3 r RlMkmin f | HABKISON t OLUOr l.l la C tmlth not M"i M Worm* r a. i> K Hntchln>on H Bock not oul Mrss er He took four wickets for 44 Hutchinson a return i % %  Um,: iuai hun e knee examined i England before WEEKES UAb KNEE TROUBLE ^VKRTON WKKKKS. thu u,csl IIKIIOS aiumalcd i has cartilage trouble in i'tie k i.ciHeistohave and if an operation u. neovftsary it will be performed i he returns to Burbados. He will return to England, of course, to play again in League cricket in the Lancashire League. This subject of professionalism voisus aiiiatcunsm. l have vasi' carefully. 1 find that no one can seriously maintain thut Su Donald llradman didn't racetve considerable indirect nnuncial beneiil rrom his magnificent i-erloiiiuim-e*—upari lioin the glUa got n^-ni weal thy patrona. runs. C. E Heckles took two wickets, but his bowling yielded 62 runs. Police won the toss and decided and Hock 14 to bat on the good wicket. C Hlarkman and F. Taylor opened their innings, and against the S icers, S. I. Smith and M E urrpll, began a cautious, but confluent period. Both Smith and Murrell caught a good length early and scoring Smith and R. Rock scar. ipidly until stumps were draw At the close Smith was 44 riot on o V Elliott r Harm U n Kniaht WA1UIMI' • l"i. Kl, K A M Taylor I b w b G IWood c Provarb T 1 Blikelt I b.w. b H Kldnav b D. Atklr Total BOWLINO ANALYSIS The sti.r; Carlton opened their first innings with L. Hutchinson and G. EdghiU. Edghill played the son after going forward i first three balls from J. Corbin. mg one from C. Smith, who opened the College attach from the Park end. He took n adshm D Willlama >S K Or*nlda> %  W. Oraanldar K W.„,n 1* K Huchlr.n people in attendance, either betting or taking some active pan ihe upkeep of horses and tracks, etc. But the fact remains thai racing in England, no matter how many people are employed In the process, or how much is paid in taxee io the Government, is still run chiefly for the benefit of those who own the race tracks. If a r„. track ceases to make a profit for its shareholders It Is not long before it ceases to function altogether. Now here, in this part of the West Indies we do not suffer b) comparison when it comes to the number of people pro ratio to the population employed in carrying on the racing game, or the nun %  %  of horses in training in relation to the number of people who can afford to keep them. But we are decidedly in a better position when :t comes to the question of print, for, racing in these islands is run for racing's sake, and no other. That is, all profits made from racing out here is immediately put bark into the game It-elf and barTing the Government, the lucky punter and ticket hoMtr, the lucky horse owner, and numerous hard workid employees of QM v.irious racing bodies, there is no other section of the community which benefits from the revenue derived from racing. In addition to this, racingalso causes a number of people to be employed .muly tn look after the welfare of the horses themselves. Having established the fact that racuig i i • .„r. Ii run on u nonprofit making basis and taking into consider..-!on tha revenue, employment and recreation which it provides for the community as a whole, why. then, should the local government excluda the thorough* As far as 1 am d missL. F. Harris Joined Griffith. This Warren pair only added 7 runs for the sevt out but was soon caught by ond wicket. Williams, who was ..-substitute fnr J Williams off bowling steadily all the while from hred race horse from its stock breeding Mtlvtttl was uphill work, ih.best efforts angle off the fourth ball. In th. the bowling of King for three. the Southern end, got Griffith to concerned there is no satisfactory answer to that question E oniy com -dink singles. With the m h „ Hutchiruion who went KHutchinson was next in but drive out at one well up on his VhRTON WEEiCJS.thaWesrtiiwi^aiu.natidrung.-tttnginachine score 15. Taylor, who had so far uu n lo M lace U, ^ B V8 c clin howled he was soon after clean bowled leg stump haacaruiagc trouble in one kne,-. He .s to have ii 1 ene....x:..n.ned '-nly ^ !" '^ wag •gttdjMd lMlfor( ^, d nja accolin i, C Smith before he opened his Griffith mistimed and was bowlKMhirdovcr HU IrTtwo olers N S. 1-ucas filled the breach is-eoum The Carlton innings dosed neck and crop. r.d been mnideti In the last baH but when the total was nine ed at 148 with Cox seven not out. With the score at 31 for l xS!Zw^tS !" ^&fl& C. Smith at first slip took a brll ramm'e Smith and W. Worme ^orry" Pilgrim partnered Harris loined HUckmanI. n ,de an uncerbant Irfl hand cateh off the bowl'^^^ ** Sth ^'.^" Smith S? M ** -—*** ln ,"> %  ">' all. stroke and spooned the ball to ing of Corbin to dismiss EdhW f !" ^ 0 ^. !" ^"**^ !" oV g j'jg" Bnd ,„ 1 Sk i PP n ; A 1 "^ 1 ^ Murrell who took ihe catch He for four. !T m gdghl1 ?**• ^" rk A *t! d brought on Mlllington in place_of had made no additional runs. Shipper R. Hutchinson wit. Tlu 'V "Tied the total to 19 beBarker and himself from the With J. Byer and Blackmail usnext out to bat. A run later LttOBl KiJ ff P rm 5 *** /!, U £ ( ""J So' h n ond ssssi t as?z i&FSi as? izsrsFx? *sx *!&&& SK ^^ b.u o. >* *** EASY JOBS STTSciaaiad L T £ -g-g l g*. over "P d **E the Park end. Worme made four, over saw Harris going back u. the a^OLF 'blues' in togland, I evau raad, tltwd i be offered S ood;obs down "S, %  !" 1e of seorlnrillS? JJgT l^ca"^ade ~ve H Rock parser,,, Sm.th who soon pavilion for a well played 14 Von the Stock Exchange and some ol the lilies of the tennis Knight made n double change and Tf' A o^raankbta who ti> I ??*"*} hl *. Ua?ler century „ Harris plami forward to a leg lawns who loiled not, neither did they spin (except on wet courts, brought on his spin bowlers, Grant .._{*, ii ulcn \r^ ^neatc^ to !%  !" 1 Vi^ B two ana hn ** P-tched on hU leg stump. have made more thai, .omlo.t.ible incomes out of sport Brim and 3eekles Heckles got an accur^^^SS^S^S^TimwZ ur'S 8 0 ^ ,h c '.^ V f f **?" dld n0t %  ** ,OUch nd lhe !" Here in the West Indies the.-e Is not that ideal set up and the ate length in his first over but !*!^. g J? ow !" £ "*,TL. t*. !" W. Grronidge. Smith continued to took his centre stump vho took Wwit lndktn Cricket Board murt step Into the breach. Knight was treated -. %  !" I for one have fiemd that there are tw. cars and a bungalow M-BIII respect. He got a wicket in %  * m w-a %  ^^waiting for Soniy Haiuadiiin in Trinidad and one wonders wlu such his first over, however It was " n torhiii at the lark end m a fund has not yet been started hero say for Walcott, who by virtue a slow ball which bowled Blackscore wasi six. But what makes it worse is the fact that the Government, which has an annual revenue of some £10.000 from racing, actually had a thoroughbred stallion standing at the Pine Estate, and, would you believe it. sold him to one of the other islands. As an incidental it is interesting to note that this stallion, William's Hill, had his first progeny appear on the race track at our recent imeting and although only a half-bred he still managed to run second once to Bevt Wishes while he defeated his other rivals who were all thoroughbreds. But right now I am not concerned with whether William's Hill will be a success as a sire of race horses or not. What I would like to see is not only another stallion bought but some thoroughbred mares as well. Spread them around the various Agricultural stations and breed pedigreed horses just as pedigreed cows, goats, sheep, pigs Ith but cuhl by V. smltt on u•Bowl,^-e BouniUrle; Iroely oO Oio Spn.n wm. U.n SB for thelos. a od Culnn pig. ore bred there tod.y Abov. U M let m be Hd of i IIIII (if Wnrnut uilti. tfmit t vc >-aa>> ,.! % %  %  •-..• Ir U.ie.h> %  .1 %  %  %  ...in. TS.I— w. l.l of his profession must be many many dollars out of his pocket beman when cause of the West Indies lour. attempt The 16—3—1. made a swiping orehoard Ihen read Wa "ught SIX MEDALS FOR THE BOYS Sport fans will be glad to know that Mr. Ernie Proctor, known local turilte and sportsman has ordered six sliver medals *old facings from Mr. Louis liny ley, one of the colony's best known silversmiths to be presented to the six contingent of the iW.m Wrs, Indies team. llon'ble V. C Okie will make the presentation and the jovial Byer's wicket was still intact with Ernie tells me that he diMies to make special mention of the able 48. He had hit one six and four manner in which Skipper John (Joddard led his team and also of f ourg Wiltshire was then not out the competent managership of Jack Kidney. with 12 runs. After lunch. Byer and Wiltshire INTERESTING WATER POLO settled down to punish the bowling delivery Warner Out 1*1 and Byer carried the 1 76 before Warner was ... u> ... by Knight in Heckles' member, ot the Barbados se venth over. The luncheon score was 106 for the same four wickets. D. Williams shared the fifth wicket partnership with skippei Hutchinson. This pair changed .he whole atmosphere of the game. They quickly settled dowu and runs came easily. Hutchinson soon after passe* 1 his quarter century and by lunn they had added 33 runs—William was 21 and Hutchinson 38. On resumption Corbin bowled froi the took three runs off the fourth of Corbin's tenth neat over from K Hutchinson. of throe wickets with Pilgrim 10 up to when stumps were drawn not out this pair were still going after the ^ yfQ B-Jk K. Waloott, the next man Ln. could only survive two balls from Alleyne. The first he played late Spartan 127 on to bis pads and the second he Empire (for 2 wkts 67) was bowled in attempting to cu; E A. V. "FoUle" Williams in an "" %  brCBjl P'^hcd on the off the idea that thoroughbred race horses, Just becaUM thev cannot bo •aten. render no useful service to the community EMPIRE vs. SPARTAN ARIMA TO-DAY — Sanj-rc Criinde ._ change after change was %  - "ke his score to 50 and the At this point in the Water Polo season, the clubs are In a very Reeled without result until the total to 100. Williams afterwt.ru interesting position Snappers by defeating Flying Fish on Thursday l * hftd added 57 run* to the score reached his quarter century. arenowlntheleadwiihi.nl mis ..ud libve therefore put themselves J* w ** Wiltshire who was sent At 4 15 o clock, when the total in a strong position at the beginning of the second round of the comba - !" pavilion ..tier scoring was 119. and the partnership had petition. Flying Fish and Bonltas are tied for second place with M runa He was completely beaten added 96. Skipper Hutchln: ..ccucate bowling performam-.yesterday nt Bank Hall, took b of Spartan's wickets to play the -,-%  — ma)or ro,e n ** dismissal of the the Park end and Blackman Paric leam f* th -mall score of Combermere. Hutchinson ,27 ^.,.„ Williams took these wickets in 10.5 overs and only conceded 33 runs. He sent down two maidens vtump Walcott did not score and the toBal score remained at 56 with 4 The above, if I am not mistaken, is the triumphant cry of the saga boys as they wend their inebriated way lrom the race meeting which forms part of the celebration of the Feast ol Ban Ron m the town of Arima. Trinidad. B.W.I. 1 have never been there at this time so 1 speak merely from hearsay. But I am lold on good 'hale ol a time wickets taken. In come N Wood, authority that everybody has a The score rose to 61 ^s Mililnglon bowled another over yielding 3 runa. Well the race meeting opened yesterday and normally I should Alleyne, who had now taken 2 have had an opportunity u> listen in at my radio and give you a few iia wickets bi 3 maiden overs, • nd d impressions in this column today. But as I write this I happen to Spartan took first turn at th-> his fourth over by taking another ^ on joying 0 few days of rest at the Edgewatcr llot.l. Buthshebu Leket a..rf bv 4 .to r. ra w-r-, n ii wicket without a run scored off eight points and Swordllsh follow just one point behind. Barracuda! and Police complete the line-up in that order it is generally recognised in Water Polo circles that Snappers and Flying Fish are the strongs*! teams In the league. So Snappers, by defeating; Flying Fish have, therefore, only the so-called wcakii' teams to face. Notice I say 'so-called.' for Bonltas, Swordllsh and Barracudas have shown that they have plenty of light in them and it wouldn't surprise me a bit if one of these teams puts it over Snappers when ihey meet in the second round. nd bowled by a fast change from attempted to glide pinner Heckles. That was Beckles' delivery of King"i second wicket. For live wickets the total was 133. Byer was Ihen in his seven-* ties. Like other partnerships which *i.id given Combermere bowlers much trouble. Cheltenham joined Byer to increase the pile. These tho fourth but the ball spooned. Rock ran around from llrst slip to line leg and took a brilliant catch to diva Hutchinson for a well played 59 Williams tun With the score reading 119 f.>r 5 W. Oreenidge partnered WiUind by 4.30 p.m. were all iut for 127 runs. Empire, at the £,""• p "^ r11 close of play were 67 runs for two wickets. Charles Alleyne of Empire also turned in a good bowling performance, taking 3 for 26. Quite a few batsmen reached double figures. Tho best score for Spartan was 29 by N. Wood and was his third victim. He was caught at cover by Fields for 13 when he drove at one of ALkyne't deliveries. This brought Wood and K. Bowea toge-thar. The av-oreboard read 61 for 5 and Alley ne'a figures were 4 overs, aldens, 3 wickets. Consequently one of our major do no more than make mention of the fact I ace meetings is likely to come off. However at least one of the most invariant ruces on the programme, the Derby Trial Stakes, is not due to be run off until the second day and therefore I hope that by next Sunday I will be able to draw some conclusions from the result ot tills classic. Meanwhile Another bowling change was lhe future Cipriani Memorial will have taken place by the Umo FmnJ mXUBm ^ U M ~ t W tSk&^&^SSSS^ WU BP ^r & U l £? B UC Sl,Vi,k WW ""• E2* proml e ^ rf 1 H t % %  I u *..—* 1 ixl.._ .._&aL ..a tl__> r~\ *~i i ._._ %  j j_ In the past week 1 however, Swordllsh has lost two leading two batsmen batted carefully,' but l: m* In the following over from ' Smith, Williams was caught 2*!,_ ,. Empire. The Game Spartan won the toss on a perand decided to bat. 111 .i-ie jiHst wren tii so, nuwi-vn, nwuiinisii nu> nisi iwo Knuiri( %  t !" „ i.ii. r* Vil1h Wtlti'iim iv-.a r iMBfht :, %  n *" •"'" ""' u !" " o*".,1 !" iRohinsnn at -cconi' leading players, Harold Bynoe and Herbert Grnnnum. who have been replaced by Ian Inniss and Alan Taylor. Flying Fish are also losing one of their forts In the back line, as Tony Johnson will shortly be returning to Canada to continue his studies, and Barracudas will be losing Keith Lewis. The Snappers and Police line-ups remain unchanged. Bonitas and Swordllsh meet this Thursday, to decide who is going to climb into i-osiUon to challenge Snappers. The other fixture will be between Barracudas and Police, who lie bottom of the league in that order. Knllhl to Ihe boundiry tor tour to M.rvh.111 w., next fit bat 127 f* !" t5f Ui L. ^S Barker eomSeU hi. Individual century, he was unfortunately run out be*> A. V. WBBIBy Md B. aM-aK He had hit nine (our. and a lx. fire he could open his account H P";' """ fSSLS'JSSS^. He did not survive lonii alter Cox. who was playing his Unit Alkins and Grill th started coriAlter he had reached three figures, % %  In this Division, filled th. g*>**r n d too "" %  f ore ," iwo runs laler he edged one to l.rc.h 2* toe'" !" Atkins w, clean bowlNorville behind the stumps It was He opened with a four to the •* by Barker tor He played off Knight whom he had made leg boundary off King. Grcenldge back to %  good length ball and the century hit. that he wa* made a flashy 15 before he was was completely beaten by the caught. The scoreboard read 205 stumped by wicket-keeper Harrlpace. C.iitmh was then 11 not out. pacer Barker from tho Bank Hall W"' •' noticed that Ocean Pearl was once again entered In I end. A class distance when her owners put her In this race, and I shall be Mlllington got Wood at 14 to very surprised if she does anything of note. However I think she has edge to Robinson at second slip splendid chances In the sprints now that the best sprinter In the West Indies. September Song, has been removed from the scene. Good Stand Wood and Bowen retrieved SpaiThe Trinidad two-yeur-olds also make their debut to Southwrck%t^anTo?'34 m run.'" Bo^m C " bb " """> %  ," **" ""*• "* >"" "'"* "' " however, did not hold on an> not ** numerous as lost season but of course that does not mean that longer. With his score at 15. he they may not be as good. Next week I should imagine we should tried to pull a short pitched ball also be ohle to express a few opinions about these youngsters. Until from Mlllington to square leg and then 0 On Page 5 When strikes remember Phensie I When you fed .ml with pain and every movement iiuko you want to cry out remember Phcraic! Pbensic will quickly case and soothe the agony, lift pain-caused fatigue, remove the weariness. Pbensic neither harms the heart nor upsets the stonuw'ti. Be prepared for sudden pain keep a supply of Phcmic handy. Phensie I m ^ for (,IMO... speedy relief %  FROM HEADACHES, RHEUMATIC ?:r.5, LUKBAQO, i V NERVE FAINS, NEURALGIA, INFLUENZA, COLDS A CHILIS j — all day long [; If you know the aocret of keeping flower-frerfi la temperatures that make other women wilt, you will be tha centre of attraction. This is theeen*t. Shower youraalf with Canhniflj-e Bouquet Talcum Powdsr after your bash, your awim. You'll feel it sheathing your skin with aatin-ainoothonM-. rs-oling and friidu-iimg yon like u parfume-laden biwt>xi> wlierever you *n<, whtilever you do, Kvery nuin Mil! *lor. tl.efnignu.ee of your preaenee. 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SUNDAY. AUGUST 27. ItSO SUNDAY IDVOCATC PAC;K KIVK To Improve British Empire Policemen 17 Tenants Mate For Pinz Estate H.llHAItOS IVMIU ME MAJOR R A. Sloute. Deput> THE itixugng Board at %  meet i %  Police retufl proved MM aetei% % %  tiMr tlt,o,| '*' |T ** Osssdlni a Se-ninr (HliiWi MBgne 1 Houtlng EeUi'.iCollcas. Ji^tuii-uri-Dtin.— Among ihe ne tenant* ,Hirl more, near Covntr\ l %  H lb tfkoaa h*xi-< This College was opi I %  'lapsed at Hothersal Tufnmi years ago by the Homo Secretary kacentU Mr Chuter Ede. with a view of I-ewis. amung othars. eai iU-creaslng the efficiency of the *"" %  a** a houaw ai the Pin* Police servteee of the British l*"ore. bui had to wait while the Commonwealth. Government aided victims of lav' vc;irs Hood Seventeen peopl have been %  elec te d for new houseTenant* at the Ptne Mm will br allowed to keep %  -tnck. sheep and floats, the Bnar I decided Any pans or encluaun erected by the tenants for thai purpose must bo approved by ih" Board The Board dlacusaed the building of a main traffic road at th>Ptne and it was decided Urecommend to the Govemmen' tu coaatruct a roaa eonnacung the Pino Cross Road with thr existing 18-foot road to the houking estate. Transportation will then be %  less difficult problem. Mr. John Beckle* M H V. B *ked what had boon done about the erection of a small pavilion fo thr Deacons Road Playing Fieln and was told by the Board's Secretary. Mr. T. O. Lashlev. Hint it was expected that the matter would be dealt with by the Legislature shortly. In connection with the case of a tenant at BclfMd who opened %  u'iai a ahop at the Aim—an offence jateii against the Board's Regulationsletter waa read from Mr of II. Proverbs Informing the Board that arrangements were being; inadt to purchase a spot to which remove the shop. Board allowed Davis, tha four weeks in which t First Division Cricket # Frasn page 4 the aacono bull rkah baiMuer. -..nudged Ibw Six arkketi used their feet well to Peirce • down for 9S and Wood was high toss** and the fifty mark ,.l out when the mtarv.il wa* *•> sow. >•ached when Kidney tahan The first over aftei lunch was Ml OOWO by Aile\ne from the Hall end and m that same mei i' aseM up en the UM in 117 miuuiev DoUfflM deiiuuse.1 for Druyton who was hurl behind the slumps The -eventh wicket fell at in when Wood drov< pit.-hod baffl from Will' bowled l -inc bark in liia next lakt tdc eighth Spartan wicket Morris made a tig htl. die not connect properly, and wa* OUfBl Jl mid-on b> Fieldloi U ; %  Wiiiiips (tiled the French He kaa In* parinei Gitleir caughi rlaroei at mul-on off Williams ai Williams bowled a slow liK break well no wm.'i OsOsH The score wan \2~. for W AUG. 27 NO. 134 l. H I. Ihi n in h South it by Williams and fowled rained bark hi gavan for tlonai C % %  uana ~ is seen i lying the gold medal lor vanning the Miecial tWO mile evenl M immediate left Farnuoi .'tonal . i. • Hi MAJOR R. A. STOCTE 1. was formerly a workers' camp and less than a miles from the oexu* tiful Warwickshire village R y ton on D um. more. At the College with Major Stoulo wero 190 men and four women—none below the rank of Th Sergeant. On completion of the tena course the students are generally settle thr matter promoted.—Major Stoute being recently made Deputy Commlsaloner of Barbados Police Force. Fifty-throe year old Brlgadiei Duncan Dunn, who was a soldier for 34 years, is Commn!i's pin) batwxn UiddlstM Bnd V.'fst "'"i> Indies m Lord H> bortaon dlsptJiycd sound baitint; with niststancc (r-wii John Do#l I I 11M I mpttN •ust under four hours he hit 12 fours in his 10^ CUiief Inspector Bert Halmer, who played a big part in the Livailpool Camao miutiur rase, took part in many dabatea with Colonial students. At Ryton, rural poli given the chances of learning first-hand work of men from Scotland Yard, and mar? of the subjects dealt with are beyond the normal rgflga of |>olice activities. The Colics* Ubrary has a collection of over 1,000 books. Di w/as %  itall from Val 'i wtestsR and BUI v li tUPhnl cuniidenlly \^•a^ i< i Ua *lriM hit seven roun m t %  > <.m J pi;.-. whK b even after he..\rath up play for an hour an I in. W' %  I'.ard in i ..' men plav Utgj at > Dal flekimn *< M m i %  ,:l %  .-' Bolton Wanderers J, Manchaatcr his cssrtui re I'nit. ,i 0 ,',Q A' IR3 he Derby County 4. Astnnvillc -' being wall Pulhama. Wolverhampton Wun. by tha wicket *iat*-*ra l. methorik Sharp i Sr i Fife 1. Celti. i Hearts :•. Panrtrk TblMla 0 itni.aars 'i, Morton l Sfint Mlrren 2. Falkirk 0. Third Lanark I, Raii'i Rovi i 0 First Dit'iMon:— Arsenal 1. Tottenham Hotapn niackpnnl 0 Charltm, Athh-n Every studa'nt has to give two mouth I. lIucManfteld To 2. Portslectures—one on his spaclil subject, the other is chosen for him. There are no fatipcues, roll call. examinations or house rule*. They all wanr uniform at morning sessions but are afterwards !: %  •* to wear civilian clothes. A Mean President lx appointed every week while on Thursdayt the "dress dinner" is an established social evenl. The Commandant takes %  kern intere*&t in practical demonstrations of polirt* work which the various groups in turn give in the College Theatre. These demonstrations are written, acted and Untiad I. Uvernoo) 4, Sunderlond 0 Middlesbrough 3. Chelsea 0 Newcastle United |, Everton Sheffield Wednesday 0, Bum Hie Mirhii. rinse The attendan pioduced by the Itudanta and ar presented In two acts. Recreation includes billiards archery and play-reading. West nroui.h Albii City 1 Third DtoMoa .Vorfhem:— 1 I I 7. Oldham Athletk I Bedford City 2. Halifax Town 0 Carlisle United 3. Trnnnuie Itover* 1. CheatST 3. Darlington 1 Crowe Alexandra o. Gaieshead Seiinthorn.' Uni'leimolMiddle*.. I) ComtrtW) (Captain i. j O. Dewes; J. Rol w .i. astrJeh; H Sharpj s || 1 Stoke Bf 0 11 ; J Stins, L IJIWS, J. J Warr; J Young; A. E Most tt'esf fndlf* J. Goddard (Capt >. A. Rae; H Mnrsnall: F Worrell; E Woekes; C Wah-ott; G Gomer; R. i hristUni; h Ji meyi r; aad A Vatentlcgt, i oc.Bsion-i :< p" took 2 Compton was. unuauallj DAiaM until he scored seven with one abikke off Mm shall :i I nnd. four ovecthr PWV were added Guddaid decline I the MX baO, .1 b kca \ kwtlng on i• i Nur-e Kiwi, and hlmaelf n %  ovai .ii the oitu i Una WH. unable to turn the hut a' HA OotHard BWB) and baarlad i eptna t i %  %  land with i much the Miiiic i>) ieided 84 run* •aat off-eli Iv* all <;<~ i i iheWs Oeddart %  ka a\M Juhuaon used it igaswW i barti II who had afllj |uat plar liall II Igej whan ml. 1 Ktiin at Ten I Kiiir ui, the reaun bowled two b*iu to coaopleta hi .it lonw i.''.,, i n ha k< %  Oon %  q id cutting the next Iwll for his Iwi i 101 Bsadt WH of I"H i. l| raj threa quat i" ti Fmplre Ratliiig Trnpirg started on their first t1 about 4 40 p m. Kobn*on ^nd Ikiuine opened to the • \slin fc of 1'hlllips and Smith TAOJ were oft to a bad start It sing Bourne for nought off the %  tkling of Phillips with only 3 i' on thr tins Thillips l-wled an in-s'nger ".ing outside the leg %  toino itiatng Bourne to hoek The ball %  i k Uaa upper M'.ge of the bai %  few up giving Walrott at slip .. dolly calch. Williams and Robinson met th poors tw to 24 ashen bOWtlof ehange WM .'. ii. wan brouglit on from Phillips' end while Phillips i> .hanged around to the Hank Hall -ml Thi se...nd Irlokol Bsll lo PhilI when Robinson poslu-i a rising ball on the leg stump into trie hands of bowen at short leg Kobinaon scored 19 while Willi. nis was II nut out N" I Hi wan Cave, who with WUliaOM, nent up the .' in S riMiiula.s Skipper Walcolt bnwlen himself, I.. F Harm and kflajugjM baek Phillip* but UMn ebssMM %  nil not worry the two Og to j U OW At eh.se of play. Empire hai. B foi I arlekoti Wflllafni I m i .'*• and Cave n | out 'leered a bull on the leg HSM mi I brace from Peirce. Denis Atkinson was now bowling to a good length and took h Hionn arackst wngO making tintame tlroke a* his team mate Birketl was .. mi leg kaforo ftn atpyini i %  the owes Howei ei Bvelj n dk %  ng and Pinna aooo hsu i i"i r ii [hi bj Denai Aikinw* %  ..( %  KI %  • • i.d Denik Alkiii.on hi his llltl i til of ihe ninth over properl> teat and bowled Kidne> bOWWd Camacno Hritil. l .' na in'en DtOfUal CSptl I nex* tall King folI ved Camacho when he w aghi !.. St Mill iff T Peirce ,.nd II Inniss then 'ried %  in, down to a partnershii \ IX-liU Alkmsoii rontmurrt t. •i down them both Normal arshall wa* again brought On t*. IIOIN m-nls Atkinson I'eu.v w g t hithird wicket whet ut'C I in its in attempting to lift m mii.e,i and nes iiaswtt} imped by Shipper Sktimer .rilaii weul in and wa* off the ark with a brace and st the end that over lunch %p* taken (tcr lunch Ihe century was -ai-haif in 120 minutes Hoatl did it bat so well to Atkinson as he d iHsfOTg lunch and was out hen he edgod to slip The HoadH ;itership had yielded 1" i 'n shall came In with Man and the Pickwick innings n Marshall WSJ howled DN | H Atkinson Pukwiek had Bred l' wWh % %  Jordan not out Marshall ><">> BAI Atkinson anod I I Wanderers ami in ingfl I I l pvai Ml i shall had a ff in IhS IIID Ibikelt tutih ihe hall with Km • Mhl in hll flrSl 11 i eel Atkinson twice sdlh hi i %  %  When the score reached 43 the si Wanderen wicket fell when i hall • in > ini'h'leU IMMII'II %  I ) Jordan G PTOwent in .MI.I was l'.it; aoundh until he ove an eon •um tn H Marsh di to end hn k ai Ihe 'Vi.k.i lie icored an .1 v M At the end Ol l'i. •ib Atkinson %  he followed iftei v, ii .... not out with hi thai r*rh end thai h>i 44 in 1 uni loactiveli to then credll 1 (1 e>i >Me Wmiderei' apt •S n* fm •• wtrkrti in Plea The Topic of Last Week 1 %  ." %  * '— •' ••• Id tir • tllffnenl fni*1 Hlln< ..nia M rlrt 1 h.nl .1.1. 1.. •••• SSf%  .. .1 nunfv ~> na* IU paMirt, -U • % %  1i1n.tr Dai i-1 "i iiuiriami p*1 1 ,. 1 .,.i..,. Hast HN d.ii-..it .a 1. l" -11." Im MIx... aauH 1<-lM > And .'"i Bath "I I"" 1 H I Oi' .hi.Hr blMl I... ii.. ,na film ttis wsrs MrRif ankln lad aged '" JulUkNRI hud hm cntt to end a *> llnall. CSU 11 ketheapei %  oin-nT.is ilas before Ui and Q V, W.^KI lo ihe bOwUtUJ .'AfiK KOWIRTKON I. Manslleld Town 1, Nv Brighton 1. United O Rotherliam S. Wroxhom 0. Shrcwsburv Town I, lincoln City 2. York City 1. Bradford 3. Second DiHtinn. Birmingham City I, Grimsbv Town 1. Blackburn Rovers 1, Leyton Town 0. Brentford 1. Leeds United 2 p . ., Cardiff City 2. Nottingham Fast chukkas were played b> County 0. meiiiltera of the Barbados poio Cliestertield 1. Burnsley 2. Club at the Oarrlaon yesterday Coventr>Cit\ I, Preston North when Hurricanes won one over End 0. Cyclones by 2 goals to one. The Leicester Citv 0, Queen's Park other two chukkas were played to Hangers 2 a draw after a "no quarter" Manchester City 5, Bury I strugglHurricanes Win At Polo Tin .r.jrt MlUJIeaa t praoablj because 0 tin ate h '' it the Oval Isncanshue. the crowd for the i. at appi iranea In Londoi tourists, numbered only aboi 1 i.i.oii 0 hen Dewoi and c opened the Middlniior inn ng 1 he waathet wus cloudy with a s'.iff breeze blowing, and DOWI and Robertson felt the 1 wa] 1 an-fully against accurate earlhowling by Johnson and Gome/. The hitler fnund Robertson's pao %  t successive balls l>ui th< Middlesex man replied with two olendid fours, a cover drive and 1 hook. Johnson lifted the ball awkwardly nnd appealed ogains; belli botsmen AC.! an lion. With the total at 33. Goddai Brat liange V I %  %  .".' 47 Dwwes mishit nt! Valentl tralghl i on where BtoUi i i catch. Valenlr I the wicket, fi ruanJag out pu>ed the i The ..peniiiK uhli In made ti'S in H4 minuteRobertson tooh four boundarle%  iff Mnrsh'ill after Dewes had let*. and his 50 -imc in 10R m.u in Sharp and Brown H i next pai. owing oc asional aggressive okga .igain^t Gi lohn i i | VahmUna I thet until stuni| were drawn Ml Ulesex 22H runs lor ft"' rkgfg K'ihiwm K are ihe acorm HIKIII.I *-ll l-MMi ... V l> f;r I -kt. n I 13 1 l I. Shemell This wss the fourth bj a series of practice games In which team have assumed names Instead of It being Just a case ot Red versus Blue. Mark Edghill shot the twu mail for Hurricanes and Colonel Michelm scored the one lor Cyclone* Nearing completion ia the pavilion which the Government has given the Club permlaslon U erect on the Savannah. Southampti United o Scottish League Cup Division B: Arbrouth I, Albion Rovers 0 V Dunfermere Athletic ft. Kllmar:.ock 4. Forfiir Athletic 3. Alloy AthletiiI Hamilton Academicals ]. Queen Ol The Soulh I. Saint .lohnstone 2. Cowdenbeath 2. Stenhouse Muir 3. Dundee CniUd 2. asinok mt tne ball nrmiy. <. could n<>* penetrate the Held, am al 82 he in ved into ., wll from Johnson and fell 1 b w I IU were added bvfo. lunch After Lunch Johnson and Murshall lerseweo after lunch and kepi the batsmen quiet. Sport* Club Meets Tomorrow An F.xtraordli i.t"'letint %  M Adv ib will be lishl -l the I'mitti DaPaituieni tat Monday. August 28 at 4 30 p m L-gdudOd in the agenda for ihe -vaiting II their proposed tour to Trinidad In 1*51 >M>. Ill ll \ I'll KHKK I'rkw.rh tit uu %  ,.. (far t ki. Ill %  erftei wfckai Pickwick .. ii bowlod out (or 114 runs "hen the} met Wandeieis i urn Maps.wa> due mainly to the f l i %  Atkinson five %  i the wickets for %  > ions 111 i bnwlini 18 overs I m then nisi Innlngi Kavc "et li Mj with 174 rultl fnt |h iekat with Iric M i...I um an.i tnbrothet i" HIII not out Pick vi. k winning the to i u.. i n iltll I 3. U Wm %  .I Norm in Marshall and Eric Al '-.nson A M Taylor took (he first bill of the dav form Marshall iMh-t.K beaten b> the i il which 'MiitiB aerj) to tta* lips In Ihe third ball Taylor i I IIIKIC nd Wmid played t the lema'nder of the over Tavloi in taking strike from Bru /tkin-on tn his first over was not ietUnd ."|0 lo aid „•• all •'* i Thia larrltiH ng the N..OI and Naktong rtvsts till %  %  wi I %  % %  i movt nt ..t 'ioopa ami equip i not II. ii.iitiont.il and i ..ill ; ha Nam altold,i tall I load \MII. ...:.-.(.. %  (. %  : % %  %  ,t-, ...... ,. ',' %  . re would i* '• attri latlora reeervea ui t" hold 'in . bap while tin big otri %  I" in d ; Ihe ii'irth. Though uttie Informal < .. ,i ati:. at allabfc gboul thr %  ommuniu omleughi on la • i oast returning \ u n w iied "considerable pern .. Noith Korean! 11 ported Communist troopt id eipitpinnt tiavelhng HUth Superfi its langini: f.o north to* ij ptsatered •> 'mis >>i bombs on he Important rail lunctlon of KIIiu i^ ooie.s iimtii o| Bongtln on HI East Coesl %  >rii' tii> 'isi parlei Invader: loosed thousand poiiudiin a pontoon bridge west of mil anil ilainagi d *liothei neai 'inimunit-held tormei Si.ulh nrean lerntorv Fifth All r*etOf axitlng Mai plane, thrust 300 iles Into Nnrlh Korean territory. aiding half a 00000 Co*nnuinist Ids In North ami Smith Korea Thev met no "live" Coirjmunut lanea onli pearrlousti h..t on aft i I dun n|at Ol-! mm T ... II,,, %  ... L.J.%  i. a %  !• 1 OiisMi aM -, i Ss W.I W, II,. li. II..I.,,I ..IS •> R I..I. *-< i-T, peashiM .11 '|ii la d. Wl • %  %  ,11 II'" . .K ,1,11 I-.OI, III • ... .n, •• %  BJMM ,ponoted by J & R BAKERIES maker* ol ENRICHED BREAD and ihblenden ol J S R RUM VI I w T WtNIN O TIIVBAfl CITTINI WF.LU1NC UTtUT I'MAKOINL Mm un UrAlli GORDON BCLDHi UAI'IIADOS -;ARAIK. I I3f, Kuahuck S' UUil 36". I | Mlfci'nl Arrivals in Books INCLUDE PLAYFAIR CRICKET ANNUAL AND CRICKETERS FROM THE WEST INDIES ON SALE AT ADVOCATE STATIONERY, JOHNSON'S STATIONERY, ROBERTS & CO.. COLES STATIONERY, BOWEN & SONS and TODDS STATIONERY STORE — Enquire Kmrly — BARBADOS TIRF CLUB linKIAL flASSinfATON AUTUMN MUliNd 1150 THE SINOFR DEAI.F.RH IN NOTTINOHAh. pioridfd trsiuaort f^' a* WI C ket'rhy putting at their de-po-al B M I.8O0 Slnysi Oam Lefl u> Rieat J M Kldnny, Msnaser. John 8. WooUy taiager OSSlai in NotUanhsmi. John Ooddsrd iCapt i. Sir Palham Warner. H Jeaaseu. P. Jones, . Bawilhln. L. Purr*. A. las. C I. Wtlussu, K Tr.-tru a. ataishsll. E WSSftes, Ctm.Uanl. A TalasUns *u* T. WerreH Tha bachgrLi" %  %  mortal to sun of tha Servicwho fell attttei IS War anO the 1030—45 World Wn A.l. D.I. Ft tCont'dl .con Hriitit Bow ItelU Herseverauce %  e Streak Pharos II %  ke' Drum Fireiniil River Mist i/abrthai. Welllnglon Sin bad %  un Site W-tei. i. Sir R'mard 'orma Gift Siren M Soprano A.1. F.s.iniinei Straichl Aim tomlc II Sunhaam H (i.tinhlcr hi. Sun Fire %  pprr Wine Ah Baba The Eagle Kendal Fort Torn n do B.I. Lady Be lie Typhoon .fusion Mary Ann Usher %  ly rink Oatcakr Vanguard : *iidinrk Waterhell S I'.ar llullet nut '.'.iinte Comet ci. Sim Queen Dulcibella Bst-am Sunton" Monsoon B.Z. Victors 1djndra ri. Vixen I iianla Bsat Wmhes Bow mansion G.Z. inDS Adam> rrfeset Set Joint Command Blue Diamond Lacy Bone 1 Brahmin's Choice Rlvor Sprite Poeterripi Cnlndll Waf Lord Tango Diana Flying Ann C.I. P.f. Front Hopper Gallant "lawk Beaattafi Apollo i ..dinif Article April Flower* JoanStar i I'Stc Bonnie Lass Lucky Shci Rw iss Roll Brown Girl May time Bullsayr Clement um OleesW C.t. 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%  PAGE SIX SINDAIT ADVOCATE THE LAST SIX MONTHS DAVID LEWIN'S IT IS bacaiiso the poriry in the lsst sis months moil clearlv focuses the major West Indian problem so shgfpl fiymposn.. that I ar. dealing with ri th-t. .• (though the prose wan again much more vital and varied Tin problem, >ou may raoMnbar, was, tvhethei writers should accept outs it'* standards Well, the most ambitious production in the half-yea. was Derek WVcott's short poetic drama. Sauza Aicun Sosotuki, brief account of the five drama of Franceeca da Kimlni, freel. adapted from Dante It had mam beauties lok ia aw %  !. poplars M U*-M *n* -"ai t^' tflvrn cvrrta. v.',,ran rr fl!n.i wR* ti.r ami KU •! SMIU.IIP I tii IHSH heir %  rtr.ibrTBltoo ul dueea TY*> muMi %  •* %  %  uitdrr UIIn> That passage was picked out l>> Km Fuller in till following the play, possibly because Fuller Is a European -ami those Unea are purely European He then suggested that Walcott should write more directly out o( his background. And yet Um comment, surely mild encmgri when we consider that Walcott is a young poet, still uncertain of i. detection, was savagely attacki d by a poet in Jamaica, who called it "Patronising". I hope that tins counter-vrltic had hd tune now to contrast Sense Aicun Sospeii %  wth Wslcott's recent play, Hen*. O.r jt./plie. and see the contra..*. In power, when the poet is expressing not only himself, but the whole balance of forces of which he is the centre. Other poets in the last few months have also concentrate! this problem of the West Indian writer and the outside world You may remember George Lemming's poem after he came to London. Hw I •nSBturUut from acattatM a*By HENRY SUW/.Y In I Broadcast To Thf West Indirm < ,\,\ the other by Edgar 1 i i' against (rowning is linked wtth a drnmn of Jealousy, fSaftaj Hn Li(. cvntrtbutetl (wo .1 quite a different cUutt. with Hi *,„,.. biilliuntly iimusmg yet tender An.. ity of the Indian road-mender the "as Affair of riic Mi thi.ugh he were all mouslach-* They ore programmes in thercjnd nothing else." and ah... selves, those dUas! Ho* could unr , .11 Gaaal — Gara (which meanfad to be enthralled %  by a smr K ii!i world teacher) — "but only which start* Reward L:rug t con38? IsH elders called him that." rrmplafiirij, stroked hU neatly Poor Sanyasi' The Colonial trimmed beard u-htrh tome people Secretary signed himself H his fhouohf riwer caprine!' P ... gnwehu 1 %  •" L, „„* : <, •"* 4 u f n lon rron ; great many itories reporting Mr Button, and in the doing oi lnw 1 ihought. was The Mouaer. a. he also lost has job The R> a Sears'rather dis, n -bout the last Hem we heard from Nai,., u „, the Guiaoa stre.t sod n pauls pen was the tath.i _, |„ vr jy (-,,„,. %  • An lt ..n ,-.,,, ., ,.,, i n .'Pr>^! rl wrt unU, e 8h " t r virtuous!, man of a "w>if ihuman whose illet she then proaavds to steal. %  M Sanyasi. called Mooch Roach of Ti-bagi Tw mil irutnpMs Sot ll sold'fi ••ailft*ev<-> icflectiiii that one notes I influence < Lewfa *tttl H1lnt.l1 Ai least I irtaln thai E M Roach %  i m i.s Ulti ul poems 1 ..inch ft o m pg nt ad lhaaatparlmanbii pro.. vUiUng t'haaa. which had p\> in June Indfld, oniy Itamou, nt touches: you may remember Fortune's Narrr> Kkyme A La the niceties of the movements of jjo're (tigiulii'd* aVrhui" remain. In the memory. I the initiates In their trance, some 0 \ d tutMmta i teehniqlie dealing Spotlight I'to tonic love -in black and white—gets by the censors . . ItE riJiii-nidkcrs' net of Thing. urtei simply note that what seemed to riding horse : %  .. %  !. % %  i %  1 .mples came %  torn the Mnallvi islands St. VttiM-ni. discovered by Owen Campbell and Daniel Williams, apparently influenced nd some (with with a new situation, rehousing in litferent motion) camels. Jamaica. fOiaiipt.ia: Times), by Probably the most ingenious Ml Ormsby Marshall Two piece of work in all six months *„,„ having the familiar theme was Willy Richardson s amusing o( f „ den versus gambling, city satire. The Argument, whicn k i, c |( er versus humble llsher-folk, by WaltOlt They have charm, gave a loving account of a typici' Ciimc f rom Barbados (William S. The gay butterflies manoeuvrconversation of Intellectuals, unArtnurjl Row o/ Another I isldarable inexaware that their house was on and Q renoC |a. (Sula Redhead's use n r e. I also hope you liked. ;i i„„ n Tini ) Samuel BMvonl much as I iltd. the tart little j,^ ntv „ flnd ,„,. rasaduro *a Morality by George nUllpa. A a M , m ., riiutm ,. „ %  n*y. about a bitter pulrlut . E ni[ ti K hman who fall! I" e quarrel in Trinidad, over an loV( wltn lUc Wo ,, | ndlw E„ U S idem, which no — dealt pretty thoroughly with poem The talee arc the songs of. Marian Anderson, the Coloured Singer, whom Lamming heard at the Albert Hall. And what la the upshot? He 11 "urged to register with the outlaws", and the poems end: "Hate thy urothcr as thyself*. Samuel Selvon. a fellowadventurer, has written a prosepoem: his attitude Is very similar, except that he linds release in the beauty of the English countryside. But is It European complarency alone which suggests that Lamming, like moat sensitive people. unsure of direction, is moved hv love and hate at the same time*' I think it posaible. How then does a third poet, maturer than the other two, solve the problem? Ian Carew is a young Gulanese, who studied In America, went In revulsion behind the Iron Curtain to Prague, was horrified by the phUtstlntam he found then %  ( Communist committees telling writers what they should write and now lives with a French family in a famlonabh' BtfSjM IB Paris. For him, the main fact of tinworld, beyond love or hatrt, .•' Hie D^isonal In Isolation. Is Hi.emergence of one thousand million ••eoule in the world Sihi writes his dignilled tpic of IWaio, mns •>' w world, tvr of U> -o.td . Please not*. This most sophisticated of West Indian poets, ui fact, takes up u purely local attitude, making use of sonorous Indian names of hie homeland. Tumatumari, Easequibo, Makumata, Pakaraimns. Kaletur. the god of waters. Aecewayo. wimiio Voi. gairassT In the Canhbean ilself. th* poetry, has been rather scarce and on one occasion we lilleil a whole section from the excellent mngazinc BIM Popham. Rouen. IsTgJ but ptflacuWt -II Wiiii.iinv the line. They have resigned themsel long swishing when he iMan talktrifc ot ".ndiivioniMi.. .On tin' o'hi'i band, from the same island, F. McG. Keane contribuone man heard. ,. Tne impact lne rat .j a i f tfa ,„ Q f llrsuui Bay-on ted a powerful poem on the of that single word U#-Up-iaa who naa ,„ nn-i,,, „ b(afk lulor peasant. v |ng, by which you *re finally for „„ backward little son (Ctl-tl AkattiAS told hc WM "J 1 1, 7 maint S! lrt|t). He mi perhaps more A It Is not so easy to bring six i.onths into the compass of a H> ibllltg talk I wanted 10 say lsdom a brash young missionary .*. luiam k H the !" %  -*" a'..I ...-.*—I Karl Senly's Dream -f O.ld f'"* 1 '""^' T ?TA nl .l^^iZ "-'m 'n the recent K„lco almost loo ingeruouthe rnao [ u L.Z S ,1^^ £ But I should if possible l.ke to who goes with his wile's golden *'*&-**&!.**-& PS :I|U III to that main theme, raised rtng to win gold In Panama, the in " 1 son *" 'g R*2bfc "• lhp Sympoalum. Should West ^na?k^%^d^r.we;^ ^ iS !" < -*• t lUm-n' tZ Zi J..VJ* o" but the fact thai he would not do standards or not' At least, that ULSmSJ? SlU ivnca an ">>"* """* %  l stavr ff %  t rmed f be the mam problem. suTv Wa?s lW Yt tnueh rh-"^"** ' "arry the Horse. A but In my opinion, the real probtrucr' in thf life of odnlcsrcn' leM P*"" v ^ ^ r > w s sWttasa em was. who la to lay down lh ove tl an Wakoti's u,l !" Tdvll b > M'^hael Browne whose Dance standards' Obviously, the wr.ters I"ibw agreed I fear, w Ih AlfSS of Stones recounted Uw rather imthemselves. In the mcantim Mendes' biting attack classical Jamaican e trying to run bl I walk, under a prelcntiom taken from James Joyce. The meat interesting proso writings, in fact, 1 thought lay outside the experimental month altogether. One may start perhaps with the veteran Trinidad n j probable sacrill. pie 01 "["r* between stick Aghters who 1 th old daya ,11,. In the world of pure story tellrely, if a programme like this I to succeed at all, it l.i to dopt. or try to adopt, absolute %  tjndards. And I also think that log. R Warren had an interesting West Indian" writers must accept and nightmarish tale, in Foo-Foo. lh o-r-do-. wha u n p aro ,. ,, journalist. See|ersad Nalpsui jr hospital, who hears the sea-god* ""* ** P !" !" roaring and the swamps coming alive. Miss Bird contributes another of her charming sketches "" ^0, wan w ^P? 1 1" l most impersonal, what local Is universal. Of the Jamaica M ne about M.ixy Mongi fe Maggie, and the Like moat East Indian writer-;. he has an accurate eye, but is much more interesting, a sense Snatcher "Lennox "de Pa'iva of objectivity and humour H started, you may remember, witi __. the very common Indian thenv? |n, of the forced marriage; but SOBnes uo's Luck had all the detail a' the good reporter I thought h second story. Gratuity. this wnl <' U P insincere details of loca his colour, simply to pass muster 11 r'ulgar lflc programme, and to flattei wrote what you think is the bias of UV a competent professional tale on producer. But I repeat, liteitur old theme The Spy and (he 1local and concrete if i> rmcri, with refreshing crispthing, and only science is -h< 1 and humour. Two stories of universal language. The i r! suspense were written, one by will accept what is wi I whatever it is One % %  • 1 -t,-s heElsie M Mutton • 1 Jan : eogftal Pen Inn s Sight t *d of what IN IX>NIXJN Baling SludioL 1. men are I %  iy— "Pool %  mil Cameion, it Old acior from Bermud.i, lot .'. Navy sailor. He is lonely, meets Susan Shaw ami takes her Out Thaw go to a dance together (but Ml it out). have .. I'latomc frie n d s hip" (the %  UldM insists it 1Ui>. Just the aa it is sometlUnj; no film—#tner British or American has presented before. Sir M11 liaei Balcon, head of Baling. |l not being courageous•W're just reporting,_ fucts Thiliappsns—we show H There could be no suggestion of and. The British Qtimg wi.ui'i not bava accepted that Nor would luha v. !o-.i ki-.s IN AMERICA: Hollywooi that war victims can be paralysed (in "The M-.'l. and <2> that tin? message ol t;od may be MnuV (In "The N Votes You Hear'). %  'nsJirs Ui both countric* %  Mtd The Ml All I IIA \ l HO did it llrst anyway—I: That meeting between Julie Wilson und Marion Harris, cabaret stirs both, was polite—but ley. Mis? Wilson had followed Mis> Hams at a West End restaurant —and then sung the same satinon Dr. Klnsey's leport on th- human (American) male. When they Anally met lhe> wanted to know — well who din introduce it. anyway? For the record it was Martha Raye in a l J roadway musical, says Marion Harris. So take your place In he Line Mis Wilson A f IKK I.IIIIK.I HO did It first anyway—2 : Was it the Bernard Brothers or '!' Smeddlc Brothers who started bi miming act to a gramophone ret ard background? In the Was-. Ei. I the Brothers used to feud. NOW BlOOg comes a mne-ycaioki reissue of George Formby %  un "South American George'-and there is George miming away %  I an operatic gramophone record. So take your place in the line. Hi others. run 1 or IA til. THREE of the original star ; .me-, in British pictures are back again filming here. Hex Harrison, Lilli Palmer and David N ven. Hollywood put them under contract—and made them world stars. Now they want ID work on 'heir own — either here or in %  ...nicl U,e ica"> lh-t rtott) wood the conlmct •t.ir can be bso high It IS .-Iways d queslio ,. kfl. i:n position your studio demands thai you maintain: tWaasBlng pens*, cocktail partlaa, expensiM' ln'inss HaiTi'on's servants even turned up tor work In Cadillscs or l „, kand their pay was on the same high level With the V.111U111U: pool went a poolman although 'he gardener could have done the Job Just as well. And If any or me stars rejected a part, they could be suspenu>:d thout pay up to six months. Si Hex Harrison and his wife put their money into a "ritiafa picture, 'Tho Long Dark HaB,iind now work together for th* fust time since "ThRake's ProgresB." David Ntttca -i • Goklwyn contract, takes a chance in a British musical, Happy Co lively. In future it will be Hollywood -hut on a picture-to-picture lasts. "That way." says Raa liaurlson. "you can stay at an hotel, and not always hava to keep up with the Joncaeo down the road." <.IIOAVI\4.-l I' TO mark Tyione Pow'f use from film star to successful stage actor in 'Mister Roberts,'* In 1 .ondon, his studio preires to give lim more serious parts to play. First will iirobably be a rssaaha ol an oki Lealis Howard him, Berkeley Square", with Power in Osl Howard role Tyrone Power welcomes the After six months of Mli m Hi>l-orU-that is hotong 1 shall be in it—I wouldn't want to return to swashbuckling OT rushing around with I sword W n\y hand. •That would IMlike aolng bacrf to the hors d'oeuvres ;ier tasttns UM meat ." THE -ISEMV WAR ODaVsnsTgMQ bj Grouchu Marx: "Korea can't hurt Hollywood any more than television hag already...." —L I.S. jUH QAT, AlT.ffiT w, m a i7g. A BrnfTM. €••! BK1* the .wauly rream that is a "treaimi-at" .— ... Wmm sW *" •? %  rait <*•. d.-h-*-stT MMWNH '** IBSTBTSW sswr—^ %  rrtKU UMskssfNsaesMl C*m \ UM aUa iamaodiatd. .. M iy... Hn ( n a 4| mmflmm* assf yarfssiii dk* %  kss. |BBBBBB1 % %  ssftsff last p f sawsee th s w eg k ly, gggdjj %  sjsss-'ata j swsa w yssasss. HAZE LINE SNOW BIIUDIICIH wiLLCom co. ymoppct •—>—* ESK7SB7IiCS i,^fi. 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SUNDAY. AUGUST V, 1*5* BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'.C.K SEVEN How to make a million with Two -Boops* And A -Hoop By ...IOI1N PHI IIIH I AMONG such remarkabl> American phenomena as the Gi ..nd Can von, the Declaration Of InrteP*Bdanca, ,ui-conditioning, and bubble-gum. history will record twu human being*. : %  Mr. Crosby Sine tr*.—singers. Fur eight yean they have been engaged in friendly eottiest for luprvmacy in a world where th* diagnosis for a sore thrnat coulrt be written in falling dollar signs Last month, aa Mr Sinatra L 1.MCUIKI" | contract, It looked as if he biaal ..: 'ait taken the lead from Crosby tad If so ict the sociologists take note la* although these men are InllWllOilgJli the appeal they have to American) is a synthesis of all that is health>. banal, and naive in the Croat American Soul You might call that syntncM* "Croaatra," Man ill. u lnn|nrIt w.is in 1942 that Sinntra\< throaty ululations first bruuglil about paroxysms in hi* young female listeners. At that date CM by was alrcud> among the el**' Wttn his assets liquidated he would have been worth more than £1.000.000 He owned ractracks, cattle ranches, baseball team*, and a much-publicised CIS loupce. If Crosby's rise to eminence w alow. Sinatra's was meteoric. A generation separates them In age, Crosby is 4. Sinatra is 33 Bob Hope said that Crosby was ~tho man who made Sinatra's mother swoon." In their efforts to make UM larynx the mightiest moneyearner known to private enter prise they have points of cOmpanton and distinct contrast. Boili „re rferout Catholics. Both tame up the hard way Beth were discovered by wellknown bar'l loaders. %  -Ho* illi II I r IB pa i But a continent separates them in breeding Crosby is the boy from Tacoma, Washington, produel of a big all-American familyA sunlit perstMiality. Sinatra is East Coast, from Hobokcn, a bov with one foot sttM on the immigration boat. His father was an Italian, a professional flfihTrr. lately captain in the Hoboken Tire Department There is complacency in Crosby, a frustrated anger in Sinatra. The last time Crosby ever hit a man was In his school-days Sinatra recently punched a man for antiScmitlc talk SngineM ntunTHIS 'crr-pcia mental difference Is reflected in their singing technique Crosby has a benign appeal, sings of requited love Sinatra sings of frustration and unhappiiu-i* Crosby's melodious i>h rating smoou. SuiaUat gel. death rattle by breathing .low hat nose as he sings, a practice hitherto only %  •ad by the Ked Indian rd when Crosby sang, ftnatra. hrinss m the ber-crk in the fem dr. Ann Croetjy u big The flrm of Crosby Inc.. occupies a three-storeyed white stiioeo kasssBn s Boulevard., a tangible ststeiwhat can be done with hoops and a dorp h Ogsttrola the £53.(MHI ghara he hain th.. Plttshtirg (baseball) Pirates: the fio.noti ranch 5 Tm Springth. 20.1*00 latri in an orange I ii I e e company It handled bb lace-track Invests the £ 1 id %  I rii*.nlcii Sinatra lught an od w.-ll OB t him none] to run it i He can D D nonnoo i MI scant i Ai one time he was said to have been rationed to. £29 a week by a i agent. Both men ansjaneroug. Crosby donates about £5.000 a year to charities. In one year Sinatra distributed 300 gold cigarette lighters at a cost of £3" Ha gave the Rooai i Fund £1.000 H Jnpt.-d 12 gflgtUfsl Bach hn.i a hfghK ON ilitj In Crosby it is hard and i His Crosby llwnfih gave AID I lal wartime Inventions. Sinatra hi a irl crusader In hi. >onth i.i Ku-Klux-;. mined tu do something about it. He flrrtteg article* railed '"Let', not fornit i''it si] Foreigners." Crosby'.' journalistic entei prise has been confined to telling the story of the bull moose he once shot. stomps the country pleading for racial taken appauls in this UtxarMr... interlard th.banalities which his Press agent distributes to 2."00 American Sinatra Tan Clubs. Sinatra is a dandy In 1948 Im had U "port suits, 100 pgtj of "lucks, 5u l'f L j tf %  n i CeaOStt* KM •**** f**-*molm of shoes. Crosby like* to draai like a contented tramp. Hurru-il iHauIN Hullywood, where you can get awards for anything, the Mution Picture Research Society g*va the Crosbys a certificate "for happy home life." Itecently Sinatra was ordered M pa) Ins estranged wife Nancy temporary support of £8*0 a month, psudlng the hearing of ner separate maintenance •.'in The restless Sinatra with his polka-dot bow ties, the relaxed Crosby taking oft* his wig in public ptomlse America n.< rsrasjt MIlBlselllalllJ <>' frustrated bitterness of ttkMl lyric* epitomise the American tempera merit Missi..!.THUS do the boy from Hoboken and the boy from Tacoma make | rontriltutlnn *" American history They are in iradition Crosby started work by washing cucumbers In a pickle> factor Sinatra was a ffl-a-week wait' Their eoal was the same The day Sinatra walked out of a cinema after a Crosby film and decided to be a CTOOIM-I rather than a journalist, that was the day Crosby had to work hard fo his money. It was aJaa the aay a sasesasJ was barn far the frustrated. B.B.C Radio ProgrammeSUNDAY AupiU n ISM T • > Th* Nona: 1 1* an,. NewAiulyiio in. m. Ocnrril Aaarmiil'. %  I Ihf C'nuncil ol Burop*. T 30 am IfWm Uu Opsra; S 10 a m From the Cdllorml. S 10 .. m PHVIH.-I.Pxsar. Ill in Coskney C^M: %  SB %  m Troin Ih* C5ilMrn Mom •• %  HI. CIi)i L 11 IS pp, PufftwPuM Offc.' IS SB p m I.ondon FMwn; 1 1 p.m RA Vstirlr n.tn4bOK' 1 p m Pndr I (I PrJudic#. r> n> Th* New.; 4.10 p p. IMarludr. I IB p in Th* Piano frPlraiur*. IS pm Sunday Hall Hour. 4 IS p m BBIharue; p m Monlmartr* Platsr*. Ill pm Prosrammo Para* I S* p n, Prom th* Children's Hour. p m. Naw Record.. %  B %  m. Th pi Clbl>n Voic%  p m Radio Ifssihp f**l; S IS p Rt Knsllah Maaailn*. 8 45 p m. tnlcrluda; S M p m Prom thi* Kdllorlala. • a.m Sunday S*.. )-. s > p in. IJ> Tidon rnrum. 10 p m Thr Nm it.10 pm lntarlud*: 10 IB p m An.ihlng to Daclar*: it 43 p m Bin ill %  lioquern*. II p m Music, In Mlnlaliirr Bmn 10 p.m. MONDAY. Aiifxut m. ISM T.QS a m Th*. H*w ; T.10 IS*a in Th? African Qusstl. 1 SB a.m. Muatc Masan'i". IX RM am Cominentsn a m ii-** Duurn. IIBQ n<-im Tli* Nrw.; 13.10 |> I. K*rt A.U.1..I.. 1*11 pin Prodrnmm* Paradr. ISIS p m Lirnri. Choke*. Ill) p m. Middlnav > %  • m India.: 1.00-I SB pm i rui wl ^• M,ddl*i*s. 3 00 pm. Th* Mrw.. 3 10 pu ll,>i* N*. rraei Billam. 3 IJ pjp S.-wwtN Hrvtcvt; IN am. 1 llvat: 3.15 %  -n* Comiii % %  • % %  • '-1 j II \... l!Oi, i„ Th* Dally Scrvlrr. 4 IB p.m. Mv Kind „l pm I'mman,ii.iI'.U.KIIV S 30 p.m. Th* Sluty Trllrr. .1 4.1 [. i %  I' . ,, in. Thr AhtM W%  Wl, | .. I>ay M-... TO" pm Thr N*wa. J.10 pi,. New. Anal' i p m Crlfkrl Hrp..il .„, W I va Mlddlr•; 1J£ T41 pm Cslllna Ths W**t Indlaa; SOS p m Radio Nrw.rrrl. S.I9 p.m •js p" r im r „. Tha n.:-ni.,, Hndr: B m pm HookI,. Rrad. 9 41 pn. Thritr,Talk; 1000 pm Th* New*. 10.10 pm Inl*Tlud* ; 10 IB p.m Much Blndlns in Th* Mini. 1041 pm (ommimuMlth Surv*>. 11.00 p m. A T.Ik BOSTON-.WRl'I. IS Mc WBUW 11.Tl Mc WRUX I. BBC Radio Notes: The War Of The Worlds' Serial of Wells' Story Roglnnlng In the coming week the BUC will broadcast in serial form a new radio adaptation of The War of the World*' the excltlng story J>y H. O. Wells of thfl lapdlng of Martians on the rnrth Ultra-realistic versions uf this Wellskan thriller have In the past caused panic among irvdulous listeners In New York |Ud Chile but this new BBC v*rsion will stick closely to the fant,*tlc nnd fascinating novel which Wells wrote in 1890. Broadcasts nrin be given at 8.SO pm on Wednesdays and at 4.IS p.m. on Thursdays starting on the SOth and Slst lust. Man\ Use of Energy The 1850 meeting of the British Association for the Advancei.ient at Science opens In Birntingham with an Inaugural meeting on Wednesday. SOth August At this maetlng the president — this year Sir Harold Hartlev. P.R.S. — gives his address. Sir Harold has recorded a shortened version of his address for th>rr.dio and It will be broadcast in the General Overseas Service ,i f-w hours befcre he gives the full address In Birmingham. H> subject, 'Man's Use of Energy,' in thr theme chosen by UNESCO as a subject for publicity and discussion this year. The radio verrion of the address will be on the air on Wed'rfsday at 8.15 pjn. For Music-lovcra Those who can listen at 1.30 p.m. in the coming week will get j musical treat In BBC broadcasts in the coming week. Two concerts from the Edinburgh Festival and two fium the Promenade concerts will be o-i the air 'live' to listenem in this area .at that time On Monday the concert from Edinburgh will be given b> the SuriarsxtnxonJer) orchestra ii.in Copenhagen, conducted by Frit* Busch. with Kathleen Perrler 'contralto*. The proitiarnme Includes works by Homeman, Hindemith. and Brahms. On Saturday William Primrose, the Scottish-born viola player, will be the soloist In the first European porfnrmonce of Hartok's 'Concerto for viola and orchestra.' This convert, which will be given by the Halle Orchestra with its conductor. Sir John Baxbirolll. will also Include works by Beethcven and Moxart. On Thursday rlso, this time a1 3.00 p.m there will be another broadcast from the Edinburgh Festival with Hindemith s 'Das Marienleben, in which you will hear the celebrated mezzo-soprano. •Tennle Tourel. The •Prom' broadcasts are on Wednesday and Friday with the BBC Symphony and London Philharmonic Orchestras respectively Cricket Operetta On Monday. 28th August, the BBC will broadcast the operetta. The Batsman's Bride' or 'Thi M.-.-i Who Bowled the Maidei Over.' This gay piece was written by Donald Hughes. Headmaatei Of Rydal S.hool at Colwyn Bay in North Wales, with music by the school's director of music, P. H. Hey wood. It is not usually part of a Headmaster's activities to writ* an operetta, but this %  written last summer for the boys to perform as part nf their efforts tc raise money for a achool memorial. Many people thought it was good enough for the wireless' so the headmaster took the plunge and submitted It to the BBC. The BBC agreed It was 'good enough for the wireless' and broadcast It IN the Home Service and are now repeating It for overseas listeners at 9.00 pjn <>n Monday, 28Lh in*:. Whiz Quiz *i roo short io ao into thine* '*nath. so short expressioiu faeoar. TWs Whi; Quiz lest* se you're s Man, or Women. tiers hp prese*iNne a number •rt frrms or abhri'rtationi (or io idenHfu. SOS meandistress in am viage What do the letter ran in English' 2 \BC' are important In any lang< ige: col'ectivelv they're importaT I In bowling Why* J \V'irn BO's a degree. It's of what 4. When the AA's ack-ack. hat soes cm? 5. You know what 1-A mean-. In ttv draft, but what does A-1 -lni' Uoyrtl* fl. ''"o ha K.O 'ed, vou'd b.^ her. 7 "n the other hand, to be OK Mi'd what* 8 NEWS we read, but the lei ters *ineju also guide us How' 9 Rem*mbei way back to NRA and hat It stood for" 10 The years sped by and ate had. i. w era. and ERA Meaning what 11 What are the names of the*.abbreviations within the parenthe'a—a. (A), b i |.o 11. USA. is the short way of u>ing United States of America— and "f what other nation? 13 To "hat nation do DPI belong M Without having had any exK rietice with them, you should aej D.T-s are? 15. Three Americans li;iv*baOfl e leeognl/ablr from these shortened names-John L. John D, John P Their full names were % %  T 16. In Canada. M P might mean Mounted Police, but in Britain It would more likely designate a ——? 17. Is Mile Just a short way of saying Millie? You've seen a lot of O-I, but have you looked Into what the Wttets come from? (haw W *M I II. 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SUNDAY, AUOl'ST 27. 19J0 SUNDAY ADVOCATE Molotov Made The Plans PACK MM 1\ IM.I \ 0 Amfr.u • >IJUllrparl meni *dvlft*>i iiwwtn the .IUI-.UI< thai rvrryone k* .uktii* HH1 are th* Coanmuni* la, fAinins tin ii(ih HOW can ihrv be rhrckrd f HILL there be uwthrr world war? br-iii ihjt the So\ tK Cv.ernmem could mmmwid Dull*-, pays a rwmarkabl.tribute ( ( "f 1*0" I have never seen riflcance. personal diplomatic skill at so Th*answer which he givea to high a degree of perfection M his self-posed question will not Mr. Molotov s at that session." arOUM false optimism: "War is Was it at Molotov'i direction pitbable." he says, "unless by that the Communists attacked positive and well directed effort* South Korea? This oook was, of we fend it off War is not inevlcourse, in print before the invasion table and 1 do not think it is immibegan. (Incidentally, It is surprisnenl. Something can be done ingly up to data event* up to about It." February 1850 are included in the Throughout the book Dujles lexl) But Bull**, wno was in stresses the immense gains which Seoul only a week before the Communism has made and its reattack was launched, can hardly lintless urge for expansion j^ve been surprised as he wrote "Already Soviet Communism ln ^i, book: has extended its control over more MWMM! tarred lest the witlionehlrd oMhe human rare. This d be ^ ^ ntl „ lnv „ lon 1.^. h.p^ned n 33 ,c.rv Such K , he Nort „ SSrTSLhTSfl w nJ* morTriT * >" **' " l >" d !" << es p rtDcipfJ ApDUrenUy he would ev „ inc lud | £*~Z !" .i^l^ i^- .K. QMVI, Ctrtiimunlsl China as a n.embei iKtmbs consloeTS that the Soutn ... ,, rr* %  -. .. _.. h African policy of while supremacy And he would attempf to limit th. "both wrong and obsolete In tha veto. world today", is giving Commu.Secondly, he wants Western Dim the opportunity to preclpiEurope, including Britain. late a bloody struggle throughout unite. He would apply "friendl> Africa. but Arm pressure" from America Against that, he counts the deusing the bait of Marshall dollars fertinn of Yugoslavia the stablllto hurry the process along. Million of Western Europe, the Dulles seems to believe that th" check to Communist expansion ln ltn \y reason whj Lritain will not Greece, and the isolation of Rus)0in m a Federal Europe Is th* sio in the United Nations. necessity for ''insulating*' SocialTotting up the net score heconim lrQtn naluni j economic forces friders that the hard core of West„ k attempt to understand ^SSSL ?nS'" Brllain'a link, with the Empire. In Asia, Dulles looks for the establishment of a permanent Whv thev ".in association of Free Nations of Out of7he^e^inV?T(.0K Be guided K. .i FORT DIX. Ne I. young men tumble <>ut id %  bu from New York ,d the sjMraaW lo this huge United SaBaM bmin< Ing camp m-ery few houj | sjOWsstasjl They come in grimy ovenilland undershsrts, clutching a looth> biush. towel and r.uor. They are the material wit i which America is building hei 'new army* On their first da> they do no lwk impressympathises with the old-time drill sergeants who have to take n on. and whose (yxnntents on the whole business of a "new I army" are often unprintable $ 14 week* later By S. t I -Xl 1IH OWi:\ Luxury civilisation OOr.OOO people, with another 100.000.000 in South America. pSRHAPfl the moH stnkinK %  difference iHtween Antigua and Barbados lies in the feeling of its being not isolated, of its being part of a larger community. From its highest point. Boggy Peak, no less than a dozen islandare visible in clear weather From Barbados, none. baWM I sense of self-sufficiency and a narrowness of outlook which Antigua lacks. Most of my readers are familiar with Antigua in a general way. the town of St. John, one of the Hrst to be planned on the gridiron system. Rat Island. Joined by a causeway to the mainland, where .hey make the rum. the "double skinned" hurricane proof Cathedral with it* 18th century French statutes destined for Guadeloupe over the gate. Government House and Its dining room with fourteen doors and English Harbour, the Gibraltar of the West Indies two hundred year. ago. But there are one or two interesting, but in. familiar features which I shnuM like to mention. Pre Historic One is Green Castle Hill This is one of the most impressive prehistoric sites in the Caribbean. On the top of the 700 ft. high bill sil> the moon Goddess and below her the Sun god a monolith twenty feet high From these, on the appropriate axes radiate statues, tombs and fertility emblem, all the way down the hill culminating in a temple enclosure approached by a triumphal way. All this, though overgrown by bush. 1. in an exceller.'. state of preservation It I. nov widely known that there were at one time camels in Antigua imported by the planters from the Canary Islands, where I myseir have seen them in sugar fields. They were brought to the Canary Islands from the near East by African mainland. To feed them, the variety of nracia known as "camel thorn" was also Imported, and now grow, freely over the pastures affordmg welcome shade to the cattle and together with the dale palm imported to feed the camel drivers. giving the island an exotic appearance peculiar to Itself. ThU thorn Mowers like mimosa and smells very sweet. BOTTOM: NaUon's Dockyard RIGHT: Admiral'. Hon-r Nclsen'" Dockyard. colony of pelicans, Galley B i with Its magnificent view of l %  e lighthouse and the sunken sh , Half Moon Bay, the most perf-i crescent imaginable, but it is WOT %  the roufch Journey to visit ttatm, Fort James is surrounded by beautiful old buildings and thtl beach and the lovely Fry". U.iy and Morris Bay which look aci"S* to Monlserrat arc approachable bv a good road. On Foot Glory starvation of the body known" could be done through new 2—The propajcanda is backed techniques of political warfare to up by a party with "the most encourage resistance within Com%  uthless, unscrupulous, highlymunist countries. And he contrained, omnipresent, secret that the world has ever know S —Communism has the advj tage of the offensive. At present that offensive ludes with an eloquent appeal or greater confidence In our ispiritual heritage. War or Peace was, of course. I" written mainly for an American mainly bring pursued In Asia and m blic; but everyone who wishes Africn to tee the Korean battles In the "Contrite Bevin perspective of the global struggle Dulles makes the startling disfor power should read what Mr closure that when Molotov retired Dulles has to say. from Minister of Foreign Affair* if his voice at times sounds last year, "he Apparently did ao gr| m an .l cheerless If he lacks because the Politburo felt that he f u n understanding of the Euroshould devote his entire time to pcan scene, let us acknowledge working out the Soviet Comtna t he has written the most outmunlsts progr.imme for revolution standing and enlightening survey in Aia—a task so important that n f world affairs published since it deserved the concentrated attanln e -nd of the war.—L-I.S. tion of the best international CHARLES WINTOCE The glory of Antigua is its beaches mile upon mile of white sand, gently sloping lo the crystal clear water, and usually backed by a belt of trees and ti lagoon. These lagoons are of great extern but shallow and one may often tee a llsherfuan standing half a mile -Kit from the shore. At sunset thousands of blrd> cover the surface of the lagoon and the bushes s-rroundlng it Including a bright yellow canor.' %  hich 1 have not seen elsewhere. The best beaches are barely rccssible by very rough roads, iioh as Dickenson Bay with If* Really to appreciate Antigua, however, one must walk, which fortunately Is easy as there ar. tine footpaths all over the island The walk along the crest of |he hills from Boggy Peak to faimouth. is breathtaking in IU lieauty So is the deep defile of the Christian Valley wilh it Kiganin .hade trees, its Kent 1 Mowing stream, pasturing cattl and luxuriant tree ferns. Every now and men you pass %  I-ilus filled pond, sometimes with •> little mission church, or old mill I effected in Its waters, sometime•jt cows, the magnificent white Zebu. coming down to drink Anllguu has nn empty look after Barbados Great stretches of uncultivated land with not a house or village visible. In the rnlns It is bright green and covered with wild flowers, in the dry season all brown and parched The exception to this Is the great plain, stretching along the fool of the lulls from Five Islands Bay p..st iiendalls to the Body Pond. Raaervoif and covered wild n.ii' after mile of waving cane At evening, the hills beyond are .obalt blue in the bright air Here i ad there boys and girls .It watch ing their cattle in the shade it huge old mango trees. Over by Five Islands where the lepers .ive the shape, of the hills, are contorted Into weird shapes by volcanic action and across th great mud flats below poles are placed to guide the traveller through the swamp. In the rafnotoat recesses of the Isand. far. one would say. from dvuintlon, %  ppaan, behind gates the American luxur> club of Millleei. with lU lovely houses and Up lo date equipn tnl Bin | rhaps the most ittlklni 11 Ot Antigua is of Shirle, Heights •*!! a night of full moon The glUUit and massive skeletons of tin' l .in.irk buildings of Nelson's nay rise out of the cactua tfnub against the night sky and the old gun emplacements glitter in tin moon Fai below, the yachts lle Mill m Kngh-h Harbour and -jcrofg a shmirv^ sen .un be seen the faint outlines' t>f Guadeloupe It is an uric s|t. reunite, indswept fu.l of gho'ls. with the pnualvrg 1 lair of Indian Creek .u-t belim Vim ;i'niost expect to hear bugles blow as you tramp the deserted path. From here the neglected Islanr seo mi io stretch to Infinity*, this poor sister of the Caribbean family. waiting with her superb l-enches and genial citmate t WaaoHM the tourist who nevei comes The Millreef club, however, is a start, and there I. a hope that I %  I'll days for Antigua ma> be In store C. F. HARRISON & Cia LTD. ANUNCIA QDB I'AKA ACOMODAK A I.OS TURISTAS VF.NEZOI.ANOS TIKNKN UNA S K N O R I T A ix has coined %  new word "raweruita u heir first few days as soldiers" Surprises come from th" moment they arrive They come i expecting orders, bawling' sergeants, incomprehensible duties What they actually get is a slice' <>r cakr. and a cup of coffee. Then they are "marched" (if you can call it that) a hundred yards | OT so, Into a large wo. dei hut, whi-re Ihey come face to face with thenlirst KIHIOIU M.i item lohn Devine. conun.in t. i ..t K>>n Dix. Is not terrifying of aspect or of voice To (he new recruits he '..Iks like j father. What General Devine tries kg it is to convey lo the how il.i.:.i <•> ungslers the thoughts underlying tnis country's "new army It i' like the old army in alms; it wants total obedience and intend* t.i have it Bui "theirs not lo i %  IIMHI why' is gone for ever Recruit* mtw an* lo'd why. made u. iinder.~t.niu 'he t mil result. thesiiy. is the same Wisdom—and unwisdom In their tluee mi nths at Fort Dtl OM TgwcruUg" may not beeoine fi.'nt-llno s)ldier.. 1 But tw*n Uiej leave tlie> .ire equipped "ith some knowledge of how t.i make a bed, how to march, how to lean a map. bow to iie.it aore uet. Lots of them have learned h >w to drink a glass of beer. And ill of thorn have learned the unwisdom of saying "Scram" to i oiperlor who issues what sounds ike a rtdiculnus order. Fort Dix has ila own staff of psychiatrists. Some Q| the peopV who need them most are the olutlnaa NCC* Said one of the psychiatrist* "They have quite a Job U> iijusi theaoMlvgs to tha now Army and Ita ideas! In the old nay., they will tell vim, sergeanLs told a man to hurl himself off a (lilt and lie hurled. Now they come to us full of bewilderment at the ioffec-and-cake routine. In then time it simply didn't happen. Well, like the n't nuts, they have to get used to a lot of new things. They're in the Army, too!" —L K S A wiM mother lets htbv decide .bout the milk for bottle fecdi. Lots of energy, iteady gains, conttnted dajs, peaceful nights — these tell her what she mou want, to know — baby is doing splendidly on Oiterrnuk. Why caa saotht pin her Isith so fumly on Osurmilk Because, where brasst On it Ing Is dlfficiili Of unposiiblc it hi tha pssfsct subiiitutt tor mothers I U flsest grade cow's 1st safaar drrbig pro.CM And imponsnt addluoni xe made: Iron to enrich the blood ojgar to modify the lood for tiny dignuons • Vuamui 1) to help build strong boaes and teeth. 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PAGE Eir.iiT iVSH V\ AUVCX lit si MOAT, AUGUST 87. !'.-„, MRBADOS&I Am (Mil, t... IJ t -i Sunday. August 37. 1950 Are Ion It* :isi I'-il p SINCE the amendments which have taken place in recent years in the qualifications for voters in the election uf members to serve in the General Assembly, the method of registering such voters is no longer satisfactory. This is reflected by the small percentage nf those who are entitled to vote doing so. Many persons who are fit to render some contribution to the life of this community are not even on the register of voters. The Representation of the People (Amendment) Act 1944 provides that the Governor shall appoint registering officers. Such registering officers shall be chosen from fit and proper persons residing in the '\ parish for which he is a registering officer. The Representation of the People Act \. 1901 prescribes the procedure to be I adopted on the making of an application | for registration. A form has to be filled %  up by the applicant and sworn to before a Justice of the Peace or Police MagisI trate. The Registering Officer must then enquire into the qualifications of the applicant, and if satisfied the applicant Is then registered in the manner prescribed by tne Act In actual practice it has become the work of political organisations to get their supporters registered and even with th'e work which is thus done, there is cause for dissatisfaction. Those who do not realise the difficulties of the procedure blame the political organisations for the fact that so many eligible voters remain unregistered. Tha problem of getting Justices of the Peace who are prepared to travel around and join in urging the people to register is a very real one. Added to this many persons dislike being registered by party politicians feeling perhaps a distaste for what may appear to be canvassing for a particular group. When the Adult Suffrage Bill becomes law the present electorate will be considerably increased and the machinery which has proved incapable of dealing with the present electorate will be completely swamped. The Government should mow quickly to improve the system of registration. Indeed that is a pre-requisite to the proclamation of the Adult Suffrage Act No time should be lost so that whether the elections of next year are held with Adult Suffrage or not, the number of voters will more nearly reflect the number who are entitled to vote. It should not be unduly difficult to provide simple means of registration. Application forms should be obtainable from every Parochial Office and branch Post Office. The members of the Parochial Office and Post Offices could administer the oath required. Too many people do not even know who arc the registering officers of the various parishes. For the proper working of democratic government, the people must take an active and continuous interest in political affairs. The exercise of the right to vote is one of the most important duties of a citizen. By voting he helps to choose those persons who will represent him In the Legislature and who will enact those laws necessary for the peace ond progress of the country Every encouragement should be given so that all persons eligible to do so may vote. A Government which by perpetuating an outworn and cumbersome and inconvenient procedure of registration is failing in its duty. It is failing to inculcate in the people a sense of civic responsibility and is doing a grave disservice to the cause of political democracy in this island. Bad Weather IF the destructivenes5 of hurricanes in Barbados has not yet been appreciated by readers of this newspaper there is little hope for such readers. %  %  vernment of Barbados has also given much publicity telling people what to do in the event of a hurricane and what arrangements to make before and after should that tragedy occur. But in one important respect they have shown lack of appreciation of an elemenMI> fail which every householder knows. They have concentrated overmuch on the word hurricane and ne<;lec!**<* the obvious danger *hich comes from normal routine high winds, heavy rains and landslides. It did not take a hurricane to dislodge an enormous stone which some days ago destroyed a wooden house in St. John. Picmres in this newspaper have made only too evident the condition of roads and nutlt-up areas near to Bridgetown alter a blow." Bridges collapse, telephone services* are disrupted and the only consolalion that bewildered thousands have is the iLnowledge that no hurricane is expected, i ecause they have received no warning. The Director of Agriculture in a lecture '.isi week appealed to the public to stop pamc-mongering." Everyone acquainted with Barbados will agree that the use of •he word "panic*" is not an exaggeration. Rut what is the condition which breeds anic? Ignorance. Just that and nothing It is not enough that the Director of .griculture or the Assistant Colonial Sectary should feel satisfied with the hurril .me warning system which exists. "Con>ant weather reports are made to Piarco i Trinidad and if a Hurricane is suspected e in Barbados are told about It So you see everything possible is being done to ensure that the public will know of a hurricane well in advance of its arrival—perhaps 18 or 20 hours before it reaches us." l ii these words Mr. Donald Wiles attempted to reassure subscribers of Radio Distribution on Friday evening—subscribers who live in St Michael and Christ Church %  >lv It is imperative that a new attitude be adopted by the Government during the hurricane season. No amount of reading of books, no amount of arrangements for hurricane relief can take the place of breeding confidence in the population of the island during periods of bad weather. The only way to keep the public informed is for the Government to issue daily meteorological bulletins in the Press for the duration of the hurricane season. "his newspaper has offered its columns free of charge for the publication of these bulletins. But there are inadequacies in communication services for the collection and dissemination of meteorological data during the night. To remove these inadequacies action is said to iave been taken by the Caribbean Commission on recommendations made by the Second meeting of Meteorological Specialists in Martinique in June this year. The first recommendation was that a full 24 hour official weather observing station should be established as soon as possible in Antigua. There is no news of this having been done. A proposal was also made that national Governments should express their views as to the establishment of a radio-telegraph network for the collection and dissemination of meteornlogical information with St Croix as the control station and with stations in St. Martin, St Kitts, Antigua, (iuadeloupe, Martinique, St. Lucia, Barbados, Grenada. Trinidad and Curacao. If meteorological experts are critical of the inadequacies of communications facilities for disseminating meteorological data, there Is no reason why the public of Barbados should be satisfied with uncertainty every time there is bad weather. Internally loo there is great need for u system of syrens as suggested by a correspondent so that remote country dwellers can be given adequate warning of approaching storms. Simple daily weather bulletins published in the Press and effec tive syrens throughout the parishes will breed confidence. The nowledge that information is being passed to the public and not kept for the Government experts will eliminate panic-mongering. GKT TUEM HXHI.Y SCHOOL WEAR *< < I --""" PANAMA HATS HOYS LAI'S BOYS'* GIKLS SHI 13 HOYS S'lN.l'S N.'V-. BCOJB -v "MH UM i < %  COTTON PANTIES. %  RCUl m:m< riON ON BANDAU Mm | 1 |t SI.M pn Mir: II %  : ' %  *• P" Mir I—5 *2.M prr Mir. •JIIOAIIW \> Hlll.SS SHIM*. NOTICE Sitting On The Fence Will our Customers please note that from FHIDAY. 1st SEPTEMBER. 1950. our LUMBER YARD ONLY will bo closed for breakfast from 11 to 12 noon daily with the exception of SATURDAYS vten ALL DEPARTMENTS will open from Sam. to NOON. Our hours of business will therefore be as follows:— MONDAY TO FRIDAY LUMBER YARD 8 ;. m to II n m-12 to 4 p.m. HARDWARE & OFFICE 8 a in to 4 p.m. SATURDAYS ALL DEPARTMENTS 8 a.m. to noon. H ILK1NS' \ HAYNBS CO. LTD. Su r ca—srs to C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. 'Phones 4472 4W7 II* .\M.haniel Gnbbin West Country newspaper, local Communists "finding the natives hostile when asked to sign Stalin's trick peace petition are touring the vill.i/i' engaging oldest inhabitants In genial conversation and buying them pints of beer In exchange for their signatures" G OOD morning. Mr. Gargle. Manim Fine d,i> Afmphr a-bin better. Uke a pint? Oi alluM as a Quart. I expect you're a grandfather and a great-grandfather Ah. How many children? Oi've ad twalve oad buried /oi And grandchildren? Last rounlm there was tharlyfotve on em. And lots of great-grandchildren, too, I expect? My darters and aranddaierf, breed toike rabbits. Tiro more pupped on April Fools Day. a" three more last dung spreadin. I expect you'd like them to Uve E aecfully In this beautiful vilie? They'll neoer are no peoe ii'fiotle Ihry lire ere. They'll never have peace If wa don't come to an agreement with Russia. DOHf If note notliin obfiuO* that. bin rh.-rr'll nerer he no pCSKB tFt, U'haf ii'ith fheir jaw wagain an back birin an sraitdalmonacrt'i. But you wouldn't like an atomh bomb dropped on them'' Thar f u'ould. Do em good, Oi rackon. But you can't menn thnt. Mr Gargle. Think of your grandhildren. Drat etn a'J. Oi say. Ra.kon s bomb moiohr shake em up, the a.u lot of rar mints. But your dear little great grandchildren? Draf em. too. u-ilh fheir sho-m i bautlin an srreamin. As 1 am sure you don't understand, Mr. Gargle, can I pertuodiyou to sign this peace petition to outlaw the atomic bomb? OTM Merer put my and lo not-'fn since Oi Bined au'ay the lease of my eofcaur. Ee icu s lawyer, to... But Pin not a lawyer This is for the good of you and your family. That's what the lawyer said If war breaks out, Mr Gargle. it DUJ !* %  hell fire for everybody in this village. .4nd sarve cm rotvht. Thru eyed white Danish rabbits half as big again. Much Bigger About September three litters of pigs will be born, having been •created by HaggqvUt'g special special method of artificial insemination He tells me he expects thergj to grow "at least 80 per cci.t. larger than usual" But he qualities himself i saying. "There's always the nsg in these experiments that U\a progeny may be dwarfs." By GEORGE AXELSSON The next experiment is to procreate giant dogs. "So far we are only able to judge the size of animals produced by my method," says the profes' With dogs we .-hall begin to investigate their intelligence.'* The professor declares vehemently, I mysauT will never experiment with humans." He has no ambition, he say to produce a race of Frankenstein monsters. "But" he adds, "undoubtedly there Is nothing; to prevent such experiments being attempted. "There would, of course be the risk of the human progeny being dwarfs, as may happen with anlnab Abnormal "Moreover, there is also the risk that the progeny may -e idiots. We shall not know muci, about what happens so far as Intelligence is concerned until after our experiments on dogs. "I also fear that my method of procreation may start a growth process which wouid destroy the normal nerve cells and consequently cause abnormalities. "I have no wish to bring misery on any human being. Big propie are no better than small ones. From Lilies "Colchinin. the substance which I mix in the ordinary process of artificial Insemination, is fairly common. „ ," 11 •• derived from autumn lilies found in Switzerland, the Caucasus, and elsewhere. "An army of giants, possibly witn the brains of robots and possessing enormous physical strength, might thcoretlc*1|v be bred. The main use of my discov eries will be in food production' —t*sU In any discussion of the Public Utilities Bill, certain principle must be Initially accepted. Clearly the State owes it to the citizen t'i see that he is not exploited by overcharge or In other ways by public services that have become an essential part of his dally living, convenience and comfort. That is the State's duty. But in its attempt to control those service* for the benefit of the public, it should be as clearly no purpose of the State so to exercise Its control as to give the impression that it Is an avenging and spiteful agency set up for the coercion of public corporations in the pursuit of their legitimate undertakings. The devolution of powers granted to the proposed Board of Control are such as to give that body dangerously arbitrary powers. The public corporation is after all a* clearly entitled to PUBLIC I III 11 IIS HOAItl) justice as any individual citizen, but it has no appeal whatever to any body or court from an order of the Board. And nowhere is it laid down that such orders must be governed by a "reasonable cause". Whatever the supposed integrity of such authority as constitutes the Board, it is dangerous to the principles of elementary Justice that such orders can be purely arbitrary The mind or minds of those responsible for certain ^vtions and clauses of this Bill have been so dominated by the theory of authoritarian administration as U, make of the proposed Board a dictatorial tribunal if there ever was one. If this Bill Is ratified by the legislature as It standi it will be farcical to refer to these public lij M III TAlOlt utilities as within the realm of private enterprise. The only parallel to the startling powers contained In ports 6 and 7 of the Bill, is Regulation 58A of the Emergency Powers Defence Act of 1939 and 1B40 ir the U.K., which were constantly challenged in the courts and consistently condemned by the forensic genius of both Bench and Bar In the U.K. Such alarming powers as Is contained in Parts 6 and 7 of the BUI have only been directly undertaken by Governments, not delegated Authorities, and then, have only been exercised by those Governments in an emergency of unmistakable national proportions. The powers of these sections of the Bill are •inuhir to those delegated only to National Service Officers In the United Kingdom at the height of the War Emergency, and would be unthinkable by any peace Adm In i=t ration except as a nationalised IndusUv. The Board's Order bj I powers of direction are unqualified and no Court has DOWN to question the manner in which it exercises It. Some genuine or "reasonable Mossy prejudice the public corporation's compliance with an order, and the only agency that should dcUsrsnsM what is '•reasonable cause" is a Judge and Jury. But no appeal to a Judiciary tribunal is allowed except on a question Of Law. Hut questions of fact arc BO often intricately bound up with questions of Law that if the possibility of appeal is only confined to one of Uw it gives to "the executive discretion of the Board an almost unlimited Charier." In England itself Boards with such powers are really voluntary domestic Tribunals, "in as much ag tiicv do not come Into existence unless the majority of an Industry has dt -ided In favour of a scheme" If we want a public A-.ih"*,t% fox -my compr.rison in England m peace time rite the "Railwav Rates Tribunal." "This Is a body in permanent session, and has such well defined technical )urisdictton, that they are for all cocunon purposes. AdrmnisuRBstvo Courts 1W procedure is laid down lo Statutory rules and ardors and is in general on High Court lines. It is a Court of Record* composed of three members, presided i by a trained lawyer, with the addition when necessary of nsBcranrs selected from an elaborately constituted panel. Obviously the promised board has no similar sped•ic const!ration. It Is no easy abuse of language nor any exaggeration to state that the proposed BID for the control of public utilities Is s document of Nationalisation exclusive of the moral principle of compensation. The fact that it is formalry stated that Ihe Board recognises the inter ."its of shareholders is no assurance that H srHl in fact function to guarantee those Interests. LOOKING LINEN SLITS MAKE A REALLY DISTINGUISHED ADDITION TO YOUR SUMMER WARD-ROBE NOW YOU CAN ENJOY Anticrtishable Linens in Ready Mades, by Lomic these Suits are Sanforised and Mercerised Da COSTA & Co., Ltd. DRY GOODS DEPI. EVERY CONNOISSEUR CAN TESTIFY TO THE QUALITY ,\ FLAVOUR of GODDARDS GOLD BRAID RUM and what is more "GOLD BRAID" ia regarded Ihe world over as the FINEST RUM Produced in Barbados.



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PACE TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, AUGUST J7. l*M William Blake-PoeL Painler Th. i.I And Mystic Hi -ail. rs Sj ** lltfttriimlinn -nd corners of Paradise; models of ihe exquisite pilch if intense i*>ctr> I thougM .f their h K ht jnd By IRIS COXLAY [him in IW. .V.it.jm lll*k>Mas a li-lonaij limn ihr jjr if i..ur Port. p.i only coldly .. ly dearnbe tnem There i> ,i, .11 Al th* time 'he lecture .vs. mystic and dreamy ! i big delivered. ih* bland waa If this trerr England I would say: HELLFIRE CORNER IS SAVED From IIOMI < IIAM : Toegta such Jerusalem", the gn .'. %  .-:. %  >!..: t^< %  tiis prophetic poairu if 1 COUld BIHt tli.-. Criminals l could not dare to take vensjean.v. II 'r-ios> are so constnu poet not mime an unfortunate mii'nke. One day a wtldicr came mm hU garden and was intuiting when Blake asked him why he was i t* flew about and itftei• %  •:<: "' '• %  it .... % %  :, n >>:,. %  | soldier was ev. ntually farnbly r. moved, but afterwards he broucht auiy oapuseo. on grain of M tYS 8S£ KaltS. GrtlUm Gibbons onw]e font In w .y of vengeance. I punish Iht trial th. o^ reiurne : r T. S^sSi.^ Jam Sk** P" n ^'d" •<* found lodemg, ,n BouB -f hKnfancy little ts known When he was twenty-live, M ton street He can be *hmpeca married Catherine Boucher %  note in the blanket black-eyed aad illiterate daugh PI tT or wnlcii BUKe himnf a market dUrdeutr at Batte 'O-ars Liter. They lived in Groan Strev i ..rminto the world like a Leicester Field*, in London ana s r .i.i U-: in d crowd" he HI' I :>><• corner of Hro.id And bullded up by the Divine London fund that ihe tinner ..hall alw.iv::.i;. wIDJauri ..cape, ..-born ui a hosier. Janies And he who takes vengeance i 1 : galas .tornieo. gaudy da> light of thit world The) hould start to mah" their house-, ine place set on nre and itt Ihre* a,,like all th-.t wonderful arti*l't '^me against s ttormTbut^could hunurvd inmates released. Weeaa wmKn the drawing aside Ihe fleshly "nd n^ lefliiiuinformiition one t uidmiiininatv veiujeaiire folcurtain, and Uie glimpse ol ;hai *•> or the other tuweo, ana Blake remeniberea it rest which remaineth to the peopi Mvniv. making it the corner stoniof God .' Ins philosophy ul l ur given-si, Periods of happiness and undei ~l. ~ """ *** ••*." simple and %  nd *-r which emerges with such standing alternated In Blake* life ** !" ** '"eons of ign-limg Ihe le greatest There wos the peaceful Interlude %  'I''" !" 1 ' storms, and this could The -•f Uii, tily vay io Is to ha; end tin niplt w\ %  111 covered by from •Wif. or al rao.1. my O no a Piruh. ilratcmrally kMttd rn,. cost would !• ,,-r, r,-mo„nblr TJKurewnt vfcm of warnin,. !" n2f f" c r al P !" l connol hB EX??, €U,e "* %  WIUl U U>I ntcnt.or... ,„ „.„> houM wM nol be reached by any „! ihe 'Methods laid Uowu the public iculd lel conll•I reeln e, inion atreel He wa, acnumed. bin ,i,„ i h ., . . t 77' co ""r. ,„.. Ih. ..ram of Irud (or h,|hnu. ElmU UhSfffS w,n oabicr on would weieh on mt men L,,.,T • ?. *"! br '"" '"" l ..I said. Lp a print shop which eventually nrum h^avas (our he knew that failed because Blake's younger %  hao Ten -he Eternal face to brother, who managed It for hi it his hoary visas* died Marriage meant everythi:ur -,-.;. .• window pane and the to Make His whole philosophy • bum into tears HU fcrerUlllng that of D. H. Lawrence ,vorldl>-wiM-. saw value centred around the idei Ue, | U .mi.T H V n vJr* (,C1 "1 "* brt T* n man anrt 'Ught andw^uld'att h'.m.'^Draw When little a*t-yearwoman Both preached a doctrine me Motes', or Draw m Jullu, to describe the W ., ua l regeneration, but Ulake Caesar'. Than, ttrammJThta m Vnerl^,i wel'TT^ *•"' W fur her H ttT in -" ^ " see what Blake sa". rie T .,nl f ansjeta rence. and by setting his doctrine lie would hear the poet gav '-There .* (>e, P un k ie 1 ii skle the conviction that Body he is," and afterwards watch him >'d and Soul are a living unity ha '"raw with alacrily, looking friends begun at this years, it is said, he never went of the bouse. Gradually his work brought htm more and more admirers. Samuel Palmer, Fuseli and John Varle. those of his closest friends who managed io ponetrst.his seclusion. Varley would be al 1 P*-' r 7 lowed to sit by him f,i storm. anic on the slrenirth i ^'Hl serve fhc purpoee. lUjlow," SI PrUr. E SMYTM1KS U U k h My Sell that 1 do not absoroed in lac. nol Action:. Whatbehold th. outward C.e.uon and £ T," a l" a "7" ?"""' W "lhl Uiat to m. II U hindnuice ^ S ? ?JZ"^"* C lh '" <• "'' %  < n ked i play at Kensington merely be Soc#*r To The Ctftter, Th.AasMasfi SIR -n I hat m.-e crowds, and Is i ternatloniil game than CrldnVt' t'o you nut see a round romewhat like a Guinea? no. I tec an Innumerabl. 0| the Heavenly host crying, Jloly I'oly. Holy uj the Lord God Almighly 1 I quesUon not combine awlngs. and the "Songs of in •ocence", povnu inscrioi-u wiu viicate and poetic margin.* dr-corations. were a joint proouc lion of himself and nis wife—sm m linting a few of the (nation Io the state thing Is done", Blake used to remark. learning. Among his last drawings wen the "Divina Commedia" lllustrawriluigi. with tions, and perhaps hit most sueousIv l)n)V ,de}d v ">ch ^,1, „;;.,, t lnf /,, Public apuealed to t. rectlon of standnous whispers that this was the Manchuria. Unlike Montgomery, place where ihe Americans would ha chain smoke* cause 1ihe^rp^vldTp'vil^ ! '"'" """"tL acwrniriodaUoii. hut were 8*"*rMarines were ordered t upporl aha <'oiiK>real Vegetative *> c ^ n un M rew or ln n*(ravings more than 1 would Question a H!S "*. ln *J ni P r "; on — na Window concerning a Sight. I look thro' it and not with It." anting and engraving the copper lima weni on there er wful. apart from ... adnrned his own poetry, were 'ihe designs for Stair's Grave. The theme of these was death; and who more qualified to interpret such heights and depths? His last poetic work was "Jerusalem". This was summed up and brought together the themes of hu earlier works and gave a unity to "The Book of Thel". "The Marn— age of Heaven and Hell", "The verse and..at fourteen was ap."^T, 0 mankind, Willi.nu Songs of Innocence and Experirrennced to an engraver. The Catherine's marriage sue ence", Tha First Book of Uri*en" engraver was an undersiandinit ,vcaud *""* passing from a slcrilv 'The Song of Lot". "The Book :,! ** rat Ml -ni! a,lpr thai a %  an. and realised that he had a nd •'•'"•nlal opposlion, in lime Of Ahanla" and "Milton". And In wp 1VI '"' f^undly bawttfli tl-i-ouari l upil Who might nol flt easily Into ll Mcam the truly creative tha end his philosophy was dis" ol **""* haefliUmita Io playing an apprentices' school, but w ho|i rel "" nn,, 1 ^' that every marriage "Mad '"to these few phrases. "I ,m heavy grouitd, and with a could teach himself more than r.e* s,unjld ** %  :i w a rare and %  * nothing. I am qplie happy. I "envy wet boll, v.ould leam in apy classes. Ha ,p,ri,liaI achievement for Blake, hould grieve Io possess earthly rimthaii ...n.nsa ... therefore invited Blake to so ouol 8lflc hl P'n the greatest '<". for everything that a man ... v *S^. %  —. i. — *a. urlhai Ih f l..-. .. .i i % %  i This was ihe kind of small boy difflcuIllc between ahem. who al Ihe ajte of twelve, wrote u '* li *. wor > by paUenl Why then mUB*. U,nV debarred fr mi plgyblg u./ibill at %  namely, when the rains ;ir. falling and lh grouno* K in a soft ffOBdltlon? Those who r-;i ll Uie tournsment held here In li. pick that pocket over the Naktong. Succeed or burst were their ciders. They succeeded. They cut and chopped thai oeidgeliejd so savagely that only a handful of Reds were left io t'on. Ihnp L f^in w 1ha l,es al • 'oad nd rail Juneli,!e wl their flanka defended. I I'T.'III*. Ill *>! %  • line*--<>e.l .. .< of Uri7.cn ; 1 " '" f 1 *' '>rnament i the |Mist to content -einselv The last portion IOW been given |.i L meanwhilf ^I'ni^of^n^^u^^^un BSt^T^S^ "' ^S^ fmsSS SSTiKEE K£HH:^TS mvassvgi INS ralpsble shapes from fc & W over. Blake "" %  unless patience with a t\ry, against my will. ... I may praise turned seriously to Ihe engraver's ***tle9s. creative imagination. He it since I dare not pretend to be art Me worked hard at his draw"•vtr paused between one task olher than the secretary, the in* too even exhibiting at Ihe first i,ld another "I don't understand authors are In Eterni^". show held by London's Royal wnat you mean by the want of Whenever s. spoke of his own Academy of Arts. But the two ex* holiday." he said, and he dedeath, he would say that he could ried forward on this cerienres which made the greatest clared that writing and design not think of it "as more than going 1 should therefore like lo advise DM i his life ol thnt time, were relaxation, after engraving out of one room into another", oi 'hrt *ls be nol dissipated on ii'irriaae and his involfind woodcutting. uI BOing "into that country which Inuis us in the past, on I tenant unl nartielpanon In the OorTb* best known among the al1 "*>' life long I have desired to not taking a long view, but that don Him, nf 1780. which originwoodcuts nre those he made for plore When the day came on steps be taken to incorporate tr d in the strong religion of those Thornton's text of Vergil. Samuel A"*"* 1 'h. 1827, he died joyousAisoeiatinn, and a diligent tear, h Palmer hat a lovely description of lv ently and imperceptibly for a suitable ground be made and ,".' *-"< SOCCER ,A N which the II linos They have begun lo kill the The threat lo Taegu became so enemy in large numbers. They real that on the night I arrived have shredded his supply lines. there, the inhabitants were orderNight and day they harass him ed to evacuate. f.om th* air. I saw them pouring down the The best military Judges here roads south with their shabby sty Ihe tide has turned. Soon. j "-.cations on their backs— they believe, It may begin flo< another pitiful contribution to ing towards the 38th Parallel. %  lojpsj column of refugees thnt believe them. — L.E.8. dav. The artist happened to be walkthenTin one of his" letters. "They ii* near Leicester Fields when he are visions of little dells and nooks FERGUSSON RADIOS Svi> flifin at . IHE CENTRAL EMPORIUM CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietor. 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V T e BVNDAT, .ur.rsr 21. 1850 SUNDAY ADVOCAIt PAdK III \ i N £L COMM4iVDOS 2/? Y A QUICK-CHANGE ACT 1 O F .Hi UM m-irkm* m-ip in Genera! Mi | •jMP 1 1 jaBf room. the | V* 1 :hr n le village of Piaan^^M. Mhind the Amu CO II.. \.,k Be circle is in red. That Is ^ %  colour used by Mac Arthur* ^B to distinguish enemy units Mat there is no divisional or rrgiJBantal number to g> wtfti it. ui %  9is with imi ilisposiUons ide the Nd i three words and a tlgurr tfugees rommflinl .loproxi%  ly 30.0Q07' circle on hi id Pisandong ami thoaa other refugee*infested area* t iepn.'M-ut lha generalix* tilling tribute to the wsful. BBMl dongenAi* ^^^hunplest of The secret weapon:. ^^pcknl from the Soviet unnKorean war On 'The New Enemy in Disguise* SI I IO\ IIIa Ml K IM IL SUNG. hira-ed by tlu disruption of cam 'apon, moreover whirh is effective even to-day the Communists in Koren s taggering under blows fnm. Wm e\i r-increasing dtployment at Un. % %  • i Si i-.es air power against "ass* %  pett* -fll me we cun look ird to seeing It used more ion vherever the Soviet is %  d to the WW Three Jobs WHETHER it is a cold war shootiiig war. in ASM Europe, the principle of the ^•pon will be the uime. Put in MaV simpler tenns, ii is the use of %  nick-change jrli>t '.MM ^^H women. ^n Europe's cold war Hien JII'> stir up trouble by |ling not as Communist or Busi, but ostensibly as agents of • other Power or authority, %  n Korea, their main jobs so far I'ftkve been; To infiltrate behind the and attack the Americans in the rear. In this they have been successful, we are Sold, on several occasions. 2. Tu act as spies and saboteurs. S. Musi important of all to m* miiHl -to tause a conflict betwei the Amei leans and the Korean civil pnimiaiinti Me %  nban oi this aiievial corps are ti a special division of the North Korean Communist Army, which acts as tile i'.n.-ni org lor all guerrilla' %  BSBMBM srhsibmr '"ffii'w H BOB suitable for their mission. On" moment they will be in the front tkafl as correctly uniformed soldiers of the Nortu Korean army. Next they will ii-trying to sneak into the American lines dressed In American steel helmuU and those shapeless grev. fatigues which til's are wearing „, Korea MocARTHUR RED-RINGS' A VILLAGE In the Wjegwan acroaa a battery which had been forced So change its position four in occupied South Korea, ,s ld.cl>' tunes In two days because of the •* on to be faced with a strong enemy 'a ability to locate and Fifth Column movement a. r,ume. bombard It before It had settled The Americans are taking m<-wires which seem to nte Then General Hobart day. admirably calculated :o help commander of the 1st Cavahy ssjeh development: — gave the order thai ail New Arm* (\N one occasion when they KJ wc-e up against the 2S*h Division many of wnose soldiers are coloured men they went so far as to black their faces liko coons In a seaside minstrel troupe. But the (wraurita trlok Ii to put on the wide-brimmed straw Ml white homespun coat am! jodhpurs of the Korean peasant and Join the trek of heavily laden icfugees fleeing from the fir tlirough the American lines. As oiten a> not they will leave their arms iiehind ihem. There an plenty of arms caches whic'i were prepared before the Communists invaded Korea where they can pick up all they need Or they can get one of the oil peasant women to stack her bun... TRIBUTE TO A KEY WEAPON die with weapons and animunIUOD, What could be simpler or more normal than for a tired refugee to sit down on a hilltop from which he can see the Americans moving up a road to the front and installing their artillery' in the bed of a ilrieJ-up *ti< What more natural than that u large party of peasants should cross the mountains by normally unused paths In order to escape from the Communists? I have CM oil again ;-nd again. It Warned T HE successful attack by the Communists a week ago on Pohang was largely the work of guerilla troops disguised as peasant relugecs. efngees were to be moved out of the area within 24 hours and that any Koreans found there altar that were to be shot. It worked liul just think what it means to the Americans to have to regard all Koreans here as enemies. Just 'ry u> estimate the i>olitlcal damage to them of having to nark up as hostile the 30,000 awn women and children arund llang in his own territory, and I'isamlong the vast majority of w.inir. are certain to he genuine nlugees. Nazi Plane HEN I talked with Ooebbels's number one propaganHans FriUsehe. after South Korean guertr. 1 tettV ii.rnta ha\-c been forme I and •ire already marauding rehind the Communist lines. (' %  kmmaikdo raids have la.111 place within the last few days in which successively, a tunnel was blown up on the northeast coast an 1 two islands overwhelmed. I. leaflets have been ircppci varning the inhabitants .l Un towns In Cosnmun is*hvld territory that then cities are strategic in 1 MIdustrial objectivewhi h will be bombed. They urc urged to get out. r"MIK Americans aie Uius already preparing to create a refugeepopulation in CommunistOils And Fats THE Fourth Meeting and Fat* < 11 open at Hastings House on Tuesday. zBlh August, under the Chairmanship -, S.,Qasjgsja Se.1 K C H (. Comptroller for Development ant Waafara Those attending the Conference besides the Chairman nrr as folBarN .lo* Hon. r J PXti*. and Mr A 0*1. LmiM ,.nd Mr K AaMaan Hrlli*h Oulax* Mr U II CnnnKri Januara D C PentUHin. Ur A V. I Rrvrraxtlalivr n* in* (".>(> %  nu liuL.-lnr. Ihxr.l .. A.1* I M law* *•) l.uitd* Mr II t' T.II.HIMI Mi r. WHaitn". Mi A A SnniArld and Mr I, Dj Mr I, A (Jrncla Hurt J R BamBtrl. and Mr II li Krtlahl —— and Wvllan< Holfr w, "111. nnin rutuiiir, ami %  > %  — -, amtiiUal In lli€ Nuroiibcr. lri.il. held urrtury. I.o luld me Ihut BrlUln', |llli...i g* P"*' !" •"" PWKM 'r -. ,.i_...would have hlled comKim II Sumi. Uuel by dw lil.tfly bul for one thing. "d nlfhl lr-md> will crrlalnly Wlun vour ivnu Mualulnhlf no ""r II. vii-K-l. you forced u lo lake w"h to (or MacAnhur-. Oeneral measures %  aalnat the whole Caeoh Walker. nation which estranged Ihem trom decroM unu. and drove Ihem Inlo you, J^^ m ^ 0 ^"S u"T-i '''TK.; ..l.lpellvp nt North Koies't ir l '* orce nd ^^^"y ,l wi U K,m P n b)< SuS-. r ?ulcT-c^ngV more and more difhcult for him artist Commando* is .0 achieve U> hold down the thousands and lust this and clearly the greatest thousands of South Koreans whom eaie has lo be token >•* to help he has press-ganged into his army lncm Do not let this optlminn oi Thore is one big conaolailon mine, however lead you into unnowever. If the Korean wai derestlmaUng the Importance of continue* to go as it has been those red circles on MacArthur going these last days, the damage map. which **"th Column eoup can We must study deeply the les do may well become p.vgresslvcly aon of Stalin"* new quick-change smaller. Especially as it had been guerillas. We are going to see prepared to coincide with the them performing elsewhere yet. ... -i knock-out offensive. London Express Service Coiaa, Cigars Came I 1VE HUNDHED drums of colas wi.. brouRht ba II last sthoaaasT Burma D, which arrived from Tilnidad on Friday (under t'apt 3 kodiug). It also brought 1.ites of furniture and metal Also arriving on Friday was the loto. VSSS*. ("arlbhec under Capt. lambs. It brought from l*oriiiiiua wo cases of cigars, four bags of 1 1 moil, one bag of dried peas. '* bags of copra. -II casks, four Bl crates, six boxes and v 1 cases of fresh fruit, four and naif bags of cocoanuts am 1 Vt of cabbages. loth vessels are MesjtgXsMl lo I* iisomr Owners' Association. TANKER HERE FOR 3 MONTHS > %  The tanker Servitor which has in port for 17 days already pacts lo be anchored off the luatlc Club for 3 months. This because the Servitor brought 100 barrels of terolas for use on new runway at Scawell, while B.U.O.C. tank that is reiving It has a capacity of only ,000 barrels. Capt. B. Borrey, Master of the KOI. told the Advocate that -ill be making trips here w>th Iterolas until the new runway at Seawell is complete 1 He said that the truck which Is eonveylng the terolas from the IB.U O C tank to BssV Harrv very little and this also add* %  D the delay. m Terolas is specially made foi Runways and contains 50% water. Kit is heavier than oil and will %  turn to a solid block if exposed %  to the wind. Ii will also turn %  hard If it comes into contact with I salt water. I Capt. Baney said, before the I Servitor took its load of terolas I from Point Fortin, therefore, the I tanks had to be steamed and I washed out and all water in them ballad out. The pipe llnea were also dried and the tanks were afterwards inspected by a chemist from the United British Oilfields at Point Fortin. The captain suid that terolas was also used on the runways at Th Weather awsa Mat a. put iim.li. (full MOOU) IIIBII Water: 3 1ft s-m.. 4 11 p m YESTERDAY Temperature lMln.1 72.5 F Wind Velocity: 6 mile* per hour Wind IlireeUon: 9 a.m.. E, 11 a m.. E by N l ui 11 Katnfall Itu dale) 7.29 Inches Barometer: 9 a.m. 29 914, 11 A m 39 ilOH Plareo and on the American Base at Waller Field. The Servitor was built in IVanca in 1923 as a bunkering barge. It afterward? changed hands with the Dutch and was bought by Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd. in 1929. It is at present owned by the Trinidad Shipping Company and was chartered locally to bring terolas to Barbados. It carries a crew of 14. In the evening some of the crew go ashore but a skeleton crew is always left on board. Captain Barzey. who hairs from San Fernando. Trinidad, has been Master of the vessel for the past three months. H e said that thu vessel can only do about four knots per hour under power. When they were coming to Barbados It was towed by a supply %  hip until it was about seven miles off the island. He explained that tin' tWttOaT run sail from Barbados to Trinidad but cannot sail against the H4a when coming from Trinidad to Barbados. They had a very good crossing until they were near to Barbados when the vessel began to roll In large swells. The Servitor also brought about four cylindrical tanks, each about forty feet lonp, which were unloaded in Carlisle Bay and afterwards taken to Spring Garden Captain Barzey said that in Trinidad he was informed that ns soon as he is ready to sail out of Carlisle Bay he will be given 9.000 tons of fresh water as ballast. Sraaiil Notts*! Boy Scouts Association BACK PROM CAMP THE 79th Barbados (St. 1'atrick's B.C.) Troop which waa 11 .amp at Barrows. St. Lucy, from Saturday 19th broke camp >esterday morning. The Scoutmaster, Mr. S J. Flemmlng. was in charge, assisted by A.S.M. Mr. Q. Hutson Clifford and Mr. Worrell. A very well varied and balanced piogramme was ariaitged, and de%  pHa the Inclemency of the weather, the entire programme WJS carried out. 'It-, included Nature Trails. Hiker, Tracking. Signalling. Pioneering, and First Aid. and was climaxed with a "Wide Game' which called for the usn of ul| these on Friday evening. The 'Story' on which this gam*, was based was about Indian warfare, was written In code, and before the boys could start thll had to be decided. Having dona so. they were divided Into special jiatrols and given two sets of intniitlons, also In code, to be o'sPtied at specified places. Tho boys, carrying out the Instructions, brought the game to u successful completion. On Friday night a 'Campflre* was held, and this was fairly well attended, considering the very late .nvltatloiM which were extended. Mr Worrell must be complim-ntcd for the very valuable assistance he rendered, and also for the zeal with which he worked. wnich waa an Inspiration to the mHra ramp. We take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks to Dr. Klrton for allowing the boys lo camp on the grounds, and for the oilier facilities extended To all those who in any way contributed to the success and enjoyment of ihiramp, we say Thank you SCOUTING COMICS! Three weeks ago Jiggi>' ^a> at ul tu receive a lesson In Fli (flighting from Magg e' tRvhcw, who waa a Boy Bcottl Lgst Tuesday scouting was again playing a part In the 'Come Section' when Cary. m the •"Plantom") despite the taunts of Rita, used tact In lighting a ft to 1 repare a meal of fish for HER! Even In the Comic World scouting is doing its work. "Specialist" Loads Sugar; Challenger" Brings Shoes IjilMHircrs and tally clerks v biis> at the watetfionl M'siiiil.i aging afti't (he loading of (he !ln n Mnrt SwctglaM which I. '..iking a cargo of sugar. The Npeuiii.f arrived shortly before midday on Friday and loading began few hour* later. It Is consigned to Messrs. DaCosta ft Co. Ltd. Shortly after the .S'peciaiii! mcbored the S.S. Canadian Cheicnyer came In sight. It arrived ,'i.i St Lucia from Montreal with > cargo of footwear, eggs, spruce, and pickled meat. From Dominica it brought mangoes, oranges, and Eiastoplast FIRST AID DRFSSINGS <^*g* W ,TH THB SKIN; ^ •--' Se cowforBsMs ta nnvMot OWaa fsmow* drMungi •nabhi you lo wort anal pa*y I ama a iasa aas. a sa s ss ai of a s s sa a sg ag far I ulM.iWmy (u,te*s,i>' flAITIC COMP \ \\ I / LAtwm AT \ x >^-<<^ THE mm HUBBUCKS PERMANENT GREEN No. 112 Throimrmut IhiKlubr from th* Ironio, lo ih. frox.-n North. IIUBBUCK'S PGRMANKNT GREEN PAINT enjoys %  high Minii.iiii.il for IU weather-reslsllnie qualilirs and reliability under the moat Mating climatic conditions. At homp and abroad it is dally proving itself, in a thousand different ways, the most durable of all Asthma Mucus Dissolved 1st. Day I Aalima anrl : %  ;;.! • "*'' ruin yiiur hralili ati-l %  >•> % %  fcrail In Imlnum Maodaco—in-1*1 1.1 i. ..( • f.iii.. .1,1. I... it. ,,!,i,., 1 the blond. .1 ui. lilt .lulling tha allai *-r nral dar Ihairai>|lln( mucyi aolvatl. ilnja ai'lruf fraa, *aay txealliiiia; and raallul al—p. 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P." OF TMI I VI SUNDAY ADVOCVTE Sl'NDAY, AUGUST 27. USO THE FINAL TEST MATCH WHEN in. West Indiee beat En ;iand in tho fourth and final Tost match at the Oval, il wen men (hlrd Teat victory of the ;sur and clinched the vetnning of the Rubber. Hera are some incident* d-jfinet thigame, as theEnilmh •eteciors watch the ups and dc wm of fortune i went on. -I" Hl'TTON drives VAI.RNTINR to military during Begll Hntton played one Of Ui" sf run carter to set lr*i mnr pent lab I Lay of the sun*. i nndefeited double centuryWATCH1NU ooinU rtutn.n the final If t match at The Ova). Test selector* OH PEASOE lE-sf *) NORMAN YARDLEY (Yorksj and BOB WYATT (Worca ) ware deep in thought Tli'y had not yet c h osen the remaining memberof the party that 1* to tour An trail* thin winter OODUARD. tlir Went Imb raptaia. goes down on one knee Ui pull %  'mil from WRJOHT to the bonnd-ry during the secotnl day"* lay. Ood*srd played a ftklupoi •> inningt i crltiral period. 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SUNI>AT. AlT.t'ST 27. 1930 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE TIIIBTEEV HFNRY BY CARL ANDERSON m Our Service* Ifvpnrtntvnt m *M. k~, <.—^ n Gordons .\i Your Svrvivv REPAIRS TO REFRIGERATORS m II MOTORS AND GENERATORS DIESEL ENGINES GASOLINE ENGINES TRACTORS ELECTRICAL WIRING INSTALLATIONS • COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL • DOMESTIC ELECTRIC SALES SERVICE LTD. Twrditlr lliifl. St. MirlmH. m IHiomIU'J! 1:171 ',:;;',:',;•,'.* A PLACE IN THE SUN Sunshine and sea-bathing, sailing and lishinuwhatever joys your holiday lirini's you can depend on it you will be in the sun a lot more than usual. Th


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PAf.F. FOCRTBRN SUKOAV ADVOCATE Sl'NDAV. AL'Gl'ST 27. 1W CLASSIFIED ADS. .o\ I:H\>II;.M NOTICES. 1>\T1I**UN William Goddard r.Mtit at hie iaaldned "KcvBnu>n rontab*llr The funeral UN. rerldencc al < •wr ID) W.-t'.M, . . % %  %  n William Dnafcnr "l "" I -It.-: .< rOII HI..M not -I S ATTKNTloN || drawn U i (Amen. ;0. No > wen. known Tnf bow. of Ihe mmhty men %  broken and the. i>.i .tumble > a,triad rllh •trrnxlh ]ud. Gorge Claike. :: l -i u jm of IN and SUtar A LI iPoUtn. who died on in* Ai.guat. IBM Wlin •>.* %  ** prtcwi" hlrwMn. Thai - tended wllh urtt eara. Rude. Ukm from our boaom. Haw our aching heartdeer-air' Hound her liillr grave r llnfirt TUI the eatting fun %  %  kw.1 real", all our hop-, had perl.haS WHh Ihe Bower aw ci.ei i.hed o Mr. ChMlft Sm.ll iFalhen. ciaMon .i.rvai iBr-othcr*' Tlnm> Mr. Judith W iam Maggie. Nriiie .si.icnv I .vTS. inl K Bait. .. %  I.I party WHOLKSALE PHII r. in** mofw than) tt 70 prt hag of M lbs. RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 26th August. 1950 BCOPOOM one large hOmoiti. Bank ..: V. U.I light and wo<— N...— ... iiiilni.au p-ele-rcd Phone **J" 77 %  *> Li PLAT — UMUlm rial at Wavctley. modern convenlHOURS Part ol houae eonlalnlna%  'If Mnlnai DIIIK-K nWm KiUhen Ught an Water. Applv at VMrn-atk jBfBMB ol CTha-imaii Si and Whit* Pnrk Road II a la THaVUtUlHW MiMWi VM H^ad Ail.fu'ittafctw frar-i Vll r. 1-.-IU.1 Ml, B,H'-WManwrlV' %  II...I Ban IS %  to i, CHURCH SERVICES i'KWV JTth AOOVST, iaw MITNODHT JA'W. STKa*T : II ... lUv It M i ullouan. T m Rov K C •*,YNI BAY: • %  a m Mr G ale Ala—.. J P m. Hr> %  Mt i-iaauch WlinXKAIJ-AM a m Mr O PaiHIBr 7pm Mr S. Phillip. Qi;J. MKMOatlAI.Ham Mr P %  tea.*, 1 p m Mr P Dnw %  (MaVT/OWN B JO a m Mr C L. I..nl.t, 7pm Mr D Sn.H BANK MAIi %  a m lUv R Mki-uik>ch 7 p ", Mr J T Oalay V'VK'HTBTOWNII am Mr IR Wain :IAJI 11 BaTTHEBA rtar. i ,. m % %  ' %  i BltOWNE who daoart Auian nth. law Da*p In our haari. .i..-irv ol LILIAN f.r-i %  o'd BS nlla with th* w^M "t IOII SAI I AUTOMOTIVE t'AR* Pour •' V- Ford -t-i H M i -.. | f P %  .!•'. %  ti a so—in CAJt— a**7 Hllbnan Mini T*ert>d ronditlan Ownai I Pr (!.0 CO Oramiand '•vlnt t.'-ld PtoajM K*m H B a so—i TRUCK-Ona IBM Tord VI Truck Apalp n V. Broil AT CO "Vhlla Pan P-W ll.IM-lf n :iu| !•!•< % %  Mr. • OrorfI.IVKSTOCK MECHANICAL AIITO HVKE Our IHHTHW Auli> Bh<%  with iprlie lorhi l"iur SIMM A i tal BTMII" Hum lo Olympic Btora for Jama, and Borb.ick sirr<* M a Mt—t" BIKI". KarnikM .t'isr Kinc M laram ail mad>h. Black, Graan. A Harnaa A Co.. Lid. 13W—t fn MAl'HWr. H.nni Bcwini Marl ••laadln rVlnl condllMn Apply Hilllam F Mhrrtr Cam** Onrrn Victoria Botd and Bank Hall X foad IB B H In rNc;UN Bao'i vptambar o.i--rd, n. .il.lv M mhvr •lac I Oaufela badr—nn with rlnaVr %  rr~i..na Bndala.da. chlldrvn'B met". dtn> n n .im and U. in(r RMrtfMwl I i I %  %  •. f*raam' room Aprrtomr rr %  ao tin V.i, TWBLAWNV On ihr IU. •ark Haual pidtlW nn-. Bn wtd i..,i Pkona al WOUDYARK Pine HIM FumJUtad liom 15th Itapicrnoar to n.ld Jana-v IUn HoaMtt Mil or John Hl ltw wM> WORTHY DOWN-Top Bock havlnr 3 Dodrooma connactlnc Tollci and Baih larta Louna-dlnlna< room OvlltThtful FOR RIKT OB I.BAM vsri KNIMBO PAHAIBO %  nartNi'Cc. Road i ,'. .Im nv Front and Uda Gallcri.. OFFICIAL AN NOUNCEMEUT The Secrelnry of State for the Colonic. ha* noUfled His Excellency the Governor that Royal Naval PrU* Money, granted under a Royal Proclamation dated 4lh March. 1948. Is now available for payment to person, residing in Barbados who artentitled thereto by rtaaon of urvlei FITJ Church ol Chrl-l. BBIci-i iiridgaV>wn, Uppar Boy SlrcM II i 1th runnini water, modern tllad bal>< i;i. ahowor and tub balh wllh ho' %  %  Icr laid tn u|iii.iiri larae % %  mrroom, bedroom with runnans wotar. %  Ilrhcn alxl alnre c-r-n aTwu"-l fl— Servant'* room with ti.llel .id -in ia with mn for too t..iElrctncitv and Oa. 1'leaae ring 3aJ n %  It—I In IM'III.MSAI IS s. per*. .if ! :aa. i i forapplicatior 26850—2n. AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER IIY i I "ii al rllon Mart. Shephatd rrlday. Saptember la. al 1 p m Hi Bar r.endrr iH Steel Oullllaan with at ol -r-.MMWI IU Gaivanired Pipe Cuttar ', in to a in III • cyllr.de. r.rao -•Uk-iip GO".I rtMwlitl.*i ill 10 H P. n.d Pratart Hi fctandaiw Royal" Typewriter iH t>.mp Laval with Tripod nnd l-evallina; Rod 'II Omce rea. t OfBeiChair. • J %  Electric Fan H> CalaloaUM. Book. tan VINXTNT oHivrrtii MISCELLANKOCS AHTIQUXS— o( aver, deoiTlotto-i Glaa>. China, old Jewel.. Una HU*ar Wn.rc l.imllnl P. B*BI Hi SI I7BS0 >i OLA-WAR* FltoM |-*ELTIllX>VAKIAVitPowdc. n.wH. Cup. a nun %  radvtad la h-'l pnet s-i O.T *h.w Windowa KnicM'a Lid LMIT.X iVn-k*'* Iie.1 cycle iencrnlori nnd bwSwttghU ot.ia naMe,fraai e.*1 load Irax ror*-. n %  *o -7i Ml v KS Made FRXKtV'l ^"FARS ->l |he hlah—' qua lip. Only SB fA "J SUM. LI*-lt qiiantlir Baa your Jeweller.. V Da Un A Co.. lid.. SB. Broad Btraai lUtCORDSI*l".l naivce Catppwiaa al II OH Laahk-yi W*. Il> SI Time. an. Limited. Pr JTT B 'M-n RSCUKI) ALBUMS for IB-tnch and lor It-btrh and r.rrtlnf caaaa lor 10 In recardv and •h-e the rcor-"' tr A I* A I!NFS A CO I TO 10 a ia ti CAIM-ASMINT TABUCT8 A YAWL 'PrapMa' appro* IT', I, long wllh Orav M.-I.ie onslna. no (ondll.on S3.SM a baraatn. Apu J R Edward. Ph. ne SSS*. %  %  a •" i > i WANTED UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON TfCBpAY th by order of Mr. L P Baker, w* will -II war Purnltun il "Banyan Boach '. Ilniliimi. which In ludr-a Aldeboard, Merviii||. CnfTee an. Ide T.J-le. Aim. Morrt. nnd Ea> %  hair.. Gate Leu Tea Table. Book Cm. Glau IV-.r-i all In M*lxi||an> HuijW.II Mi.ru... Glaaa and China. I.ioyn .. %  i Hu*h Chair* and lU-k.-r.. 1 rlm.le Be for men and E.35(c) for women) which may be obtained from the Department of Education, but candidates who have already submitted on. or these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now filled, may apply by letter accompanied by a recent testimonial. 4 Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of another school must Inform his or her present Chairman of Manager* and the Head Teacher of any application for such a transfer. 5. All applications must reach the Director of Education not laiei than Saturday, and September. 1950. ^ ( ^ ^ W.:.>r.d*T* I | Let-en-Sermon CSJOtaTST HARBOUR LOG SHIPPING NOTICES Crli.le B.y S. I. BBf> llluenoe* • i* i.. s Philip H. Da.td*oti nj D. Beh Roaar-ne. Bd i.et Bch Zlta WorMla Bmlik Bch lav-daApha Tanker BuBaia l.i.mia u M V Carlbbea; B B KM; Bch Garda-ola W, Sch Inl S.h Turtle Do-c Bch Ma-j.M Lewi. Srh Marlon Ball* Wollr. WOt Maraa H* nrlMta. S S Canadian < tutl lender %  PL). IAHIIIC M Smith ARRiVAtH Sch Lucille M Smith H t !" . Cajd I'.BM-1I. from Brltlah Guiana. Aaanta: Mcawa Rabcrt Tbam & Co Lid Ships In Touch With Barbados Co.itai SUtloo Cable and WUaleaa iWaal Indlaai Ltd %  dvlae that iht" tan now communicate Barbado. C.-.i Station 81 Mykai CuK Di.c " Oranjarlad. MM I 81 Pettor. MB Beech Hill S-B U II Altai. SB TemoW Inn. SI lantlan, S 8 Sun Jaw. Oriole. FS Alhah-lllaf. IS l.Unt.hen. SB Danlalo Oe tamnaea. IS Eaaa %  vrralt. 88 Timir.i. IS Port Chall..'ia. Bit Buena Vt'ta. II Delalrea. SB Prta* rV'nard, II. Ladv Nelean 18 Jeanny. SS TerUrlo*. 8 8. Michael Tracr. IB Oain.lv. SS Sun A*la. SJL Mermac.1.—n. SB. RuAna. SS Alcoa Pnlarta. A ServM* aha* Cttrlatlan Helen.' Haallnd Bjbie-i TBI NEB TESTAMENT mi(H OP OOD BT MTCTIAJXII am Brkatali V'Un Elder R H Walkr. 7pm B-ointaM VIIUB.; ESdar R H Walkea rtlPIST C""-T" T p m Co. Head. Rav g W %  Varkea BT JOHNII a m. Vanture. Raw I D Winter BT I'Hiui' Ham Braratonf. Rev %  W Weekaa ST.TIIOMABr II a rh BridiMlekl. %  taa j B wirua* •T. MAIRB LITHE RAN HIIHH t i> rn Open air awvlcai III pa. WMneaBav evening FaU-ehild Btreet %  T lONTBNT I.ITBBBAN CHCBCII Cbnirnl, St Thoma. II a.m. Rev Wm. P OOonahu*. ipaakar. t p m Open air —rvk*. 7pm Pit* O Preacol SAA.VAT10N ARMT %  RrDOFJTOWn* CB2.TRAL: II B • Itoli — Meetlna S p m Company Ma.. T pa aalvatlon Meeting. I 11 I blAUOND OORSrTOI Ham Hollnaa. M. %  %  . a p m Compon>M.m,. rf 7 p n. BaJvatlon Mealing Praa<-h-r U* .tenant Moore CAJILTON: Ham Kollra-t, M.ell.^ J p m Company Meatlng. 7pm Bateat Ion MaaUng Preach*-Opt* in SEA WELL rnt cofftNXR ii %  lag. I p.m Compan Salivation Meelinf Halt im •wnrth POI K ROADR: II a a ] MI Compan %  lion. Meetin P riihdi CHECKER MAU. II n Maatn^i. S p m Compan. p m -.m alloc Meeting I taut-nan* Coa MOBAVIANt HI m ROrill.-CK STREET: B n Hollnt-a. MaatMeatina. I p.m .-reacher Ma|o< .. Hollnea* Mrat Maatlna. 7 p in •char: Liutenant 1 a m Hollnoa. Mretlmr 1 Praacha* r-KOM TRTM1DAD Mr Jajneol Hoaeln. Blchard Barre' Ml*a Joyce Rawllna. Mr. Ruth Laln_ Mr Joaeph Le Blanc. Oladv* Namaoo. Mirmret Samaroo. Mta* Cynthia Real. ttr D K Prampton. Mr Oildard SloaU. Mr Htrtaart King. Launn Murray. FROM MONTREAL Mr Our Durocher, Mr*. Laurati Lnirocher. Mr Koiih Gaodina. Mi M.i-.ieHaakell. Mr. Edna Hutchlnm Mi-. Barll-tira Hutchinaon. Mr. Ann I* in.-en. Mr. Morrl* Pro%acb*. Mia Muriel pKn-Hba. Mr. John Band errJI. Mr. Emily gMaSeraon. Mr Hanrv T* W, !5 -. MY _FS" U w.rd Mr BUI Stuart. Ml* Mary Clarke. Mr Mrs. Yvetie Cejnpaau rM Hip Clarke. Camper*!. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. SAIt-INO mow AMBTBBAAJfl lOTTEBfrAM AND ANTWBgC BE-n-BA Am *th, 5th. aft % liriXNA fr>Dl laS. and, Mh -UIIM; FROM AMSTSBBAJB UHANIENBORO Ail* IBth IJI. COTTICA AuB. lash %  ABLINIi TO MADEIRA. Fl.TMOtTR. ANTWERP AMI AM-.II 111 AM Ml ORANJESTAP Aug. Xtnd M A WILIJEMRTAD Bapt lth %  •Aii IM. ro rmvinAii. PASAMARIBO ftBBtBBARA. ETC I S. HECUBA All*. Mlh 3 COTTICA Sepl MB. a. p MvaaON. BOM a co LTD AOBJDTS r>AFftwnor>' win %  aiilnaE-ulay. niaa. APtlgua. Montaacral. i %  • Bi Kill* ling Mandv. Bath i-n %  M V MOaXEXA win -e(arpo and fataie.fr-. lor AiillgK. M.-ntaeyrat i ...„] SI Kill..•--.-. %  .r IP*. \>..>cU>ta>n arturinrr Ow.ee* Canadian National Steamships -'ANA I^DY lANADIAN CIIAIJ.ENGEf( I ANADIAN ClIAl.l.KNl LADY RUtlMEV CAN'ADIAN CRUISER LADY NELSON 17 Sept. 11 Oot as Oct. a a-pt 14 Sept ac Sept. a Sepl II BasM 3S Sept 7 Rapt 1'. H.-,* %  Sept 10 Oct NORTBBOl'ND LATV RODNEY LADV NeUBON LADY RODNEY LADV NT-laeON > Scjt. II Sept. 30 Sapt I wllOo-rt ooUaa • fined with cold GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Agent.. Sweet Potatoes Are Being Reaped For the last fsrw months, sweet potato*, have been scare*, but a seller told the Advtaeate yesterday that ha. would soon ba "on the to again". A few farnvera hava already bagun to dig their poUtoeg Breadfruits ape being brought to th* dty In graat quansltles Also obtainable too, are pumpkins and bale : RKANKF.K TYOTMAN Am UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER On Thuraday Slal by order o( Canon 1' W D Moore w* will tall Ihe Pumllure at Ihe Reclorr. •> *<•*"'. which tn.li.-l.. blapatoa ii,in,.. Table taeal I0< Hpiiiiht Chair*. AiMiqn' Cou-h. Both ,l (i wldei and Ccllerette all in old Ma.u-caii> nal Top I'm. Deak*. Carved Oak Table. Oak Bookcaw iGlaa. Doom (ll.iu aChina. Electro Lu* Rc'rlairatar I '.._1.nr .'II.l-irta. Illiiaiiical TablPJ. unite Limn Prea*. Children'* Bedrtaada A Beda, Mahog M T Waah.taiid. A Dreuln. Tablra. Chanrbor Ware. Draa. I'orm. Wuh Ba*ln A Fitting.. I.ird.i Coal Stute. Garden Swing. Good Tennl* Net Vauahall 14 Motor Car In good wurking order and other llama Bale 11 SO o'clock Terma Caah IIHANKFH. TR'ITMAN A CO DBPABTMENT OF EDUCATION Vacancies in the Elementary Teaching Bervice J Applications arc invited from ica.hcn. with at least 10 yearsj teaching experience for the Headships of the following schools:1 St Margaret's Mixed School. St. John Crade 1. All Saints' Boys' School, St Peter — Grade II. 2 The minimum professional quaUflcaUou required Is the Certlflcatc A of the Department of exemption therefrom. 3. Salary will be in accordance with Oovtrnment Scale-* for Head | Teachers in Elementary Schools 4 Candidates who have already submitted application forms in respect of previous vacancies mow filled) may apply by letter, ac-•ompanied bv a recent testimonial All other candidates should make application on the appropriate form which may bo obtained fr Department of Education All applications m Morning sea-vie., la a in Nun., School 1 00 i> m Sunday School 7pm Evening Servli' i.raarher Rav Ernest Now OBACE MILLII a m. Maraing Sar vita p-iwher: Mt 0 R Lewln 7 p m F n, %  > i vice preachar Mr rranel* FULNECK: II a.m Morning Barvlc* foiloonl by Moh/ Cammunlon. preacher Rev Ernaat Naw 7 p.m. Evening Ber.! pi.achfr Mr. A Oraham \X)NT10MERY: I p m Evanlng Scr viei-e*char Mr Oraena SHOP Hlt.T.. 7 a m Bvaning Service pre.ichar Mr a Waaka* DL'NSCOMBE:. B a_,Ri. Morning S*ritjaf CHIROPRACTIC RESTORES HEALTH DRS JOB. Bhd QLADYS PERREIRA. %  ChlrovUle". Upper Bay St maar EapUnadei. ClUTopracuc aarvta* alao "ateat nielhod "f .leclilcal maaraaa Phona %  MI Dally laaaepl Holiaa>*i TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH SAFETY KAZOR BLADES. BRASS CHAINS. HAIR CLIPPING MACHINES. SHOE BRI'SIIEK all at JOHNSON'S STATIONERY HARDWARE We have just received Hound. Squarv A Flat Hmr Iran Send us your orders now as slocks are moving fast. CEXTMtAE. FOVJVOHY LTD. •ROAD SIMil IKI UK HEAD RBB nust be in the hands of REAL KSTATK ExcelKnt l.~ • r~.ni<-"> *a|,,de--i C IUI al Am..i.gl> i.i _Uiiru-al..w Type l Only HaTJ HELP QUAi :*•>:• I....IHH —Apply In per ton and c-cparumce eic U> H E City Oarage Trading Co ntl-OOt flood Modern ('.,". Condition, Bpavloui Yard, Going li Only El ISO C Me to. The Mott D< .ble Btonewall Hevktenr— Includli urta n.. i--.l>-.ar sue* s,.,.ir .., %  where Mortgage* Arranged Dial I D F de Abreu • The Only PfUtSON' MISCRU.ANEOUS CHITEP-ON OIL STOVES An> niH.ii Contact Ji*n Sh-dinaii. c'o Ctty IIIII,.II r) a so -i PAVING C.I'IM P.M -Mtmater n,. Dei-ghllul houae and urn fort. Good Food Si* Telephone 1 i' ar* par day ^8'r.fl In i-o-irins WANTTII Df-NTAl. THCHNM IAN \ ., %  -... ^ Ing on B*M A. proraaJng of r-rllal an cdenl.ilo. !" ca-ea a cialMy. Modern Tochn qua ured Bap:* I" fVb Wllkin. i' 11 Blraet I'urt pf-4pa.n. Trlnld>d STAMPS i'..d B..-1 .Siampa ol rii.nl tUa B.W.1. • %  • Prica* pah* al Caitbo.-n NO IS BW-JII Struct. trvi Bi HlMlli III HI V STAMPSUsarl I' .i ae St..i.i.. n Ama-rtca and B W 1 i-iid. J.. Ii-dle. .-Hamr Co Hajr Sired*. W\M>M 711 Bl'V M^CTTINBN Old Rawing Machlt-e ef order AL. %  i*ke 0 Corner Falrrhlld and Probyn SU-aeta King Sii-e**-Mr. VBughan BUILDING BTT*aV-A Mo.t DeetrBulldlng Site ovarlooking the aea. Wo.. thing St Lawrence and Ine Golf Cour*r*.t io '-Cloud Walk' at Rcc.de.vov Terrac-*'. Chrlat Church Appl" C II tlarae. 7 Swan Strc-rt. Phona" SP7\ r was ass so-in HOt-BE Cool Oarden.. IB.7SS eouaic feet of land, d Sve balh room*, tw.. Part mortgage r nb)cc1ir.i. Apply P... A A c n Adto, -aia. rrau In The iindrr.Igncd will oflet for *>la al Ihatf Office No 17 High SU-eel. Brldffe lown. on Weflne-dav. BTlh Auguat. I %  1> laM SB Hava Garden*, conlainln| I1.00S wiiiarc feel, abutting; en land. ..I the Marina Hotel on Ihe south, and on York Road on the North S.SB4 square feet 0 u r ^ a | Chetapa Uvc Dir-etor of Education by Saturday, 2nd September. 1M0. Vicant Post of Cultivation Officer. Department of Science and Agriculiura. Barbadoi. AppllcaUons are invited for the post of Cultivation Ofllcer. Department of Science and Agriculture. Barbados. Applicants should hold the minimum qualillca.ton of the Diploma of the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture but consideration will be given to candidate* with the nac-ssary experience who .'re rot so qualified. The post is pensionable and carries salary on scale $2,880 x $Ht to M.320. Point of entry determined by experience and qualifications. Applications mentioning Ihe name* of two referees, should be addressed to the Director of Science and Agriculture. Bridgetown, and should reach him nol Inter than the 30th of September. 18*0. Further details will be supplied on request 8 5 0-2n. Appti-ations are invited for the i-ost of Headmaster of the Boys' Grammar School In St Kuts. which will be vacated by the present holder on the 31st DCJCIHIHI. IBM The hool roll at pres nt num. bers 110 runt .. u: : are Bared UP to thHii-her School Certificate examination of Cambridge (JrUVCStKj 2. The post is pensionable ami carries a salary scale of $2,8t0 by $120 to $2,880. A tempo.ary cost of living allowance of 240 per juinum is also payable and free quarters are provided for the Headmaster. The appointment will be on probation for 2 years nnd subject to thepassing of satisfactory medical examination. S. Applicants shr.uld possess a degree of a Unlvcrai:y within the British Common wealth, preferably In Mathematics and Physics. Teaching experiencewill be regarded as at. asset, and th* aoieMiitment will be made at a point in the salary scale commensurate with the applicant's qualification and experience. 4. Applications with at least two testimonials and photograph should be submitted to the Adi lhan the 1st November, 1950. linlStr-tOt of St Kltts-Nevis not latet 20 8 ISO—2n PART Dv Malar C ONE ORDERS WAI/-OTT. ID r,l„.,-.lLT.I ba>l. Keglmcnl Mm - %  %  > Sp.OI.lM .il parade hi lor h.r -SawBI further bayoj Iir-ienlal llid(|iiai:. i %  rt training. MT per-mnnel an ii Thursday. %  .. %  i.e.. will lie carried khaal. -.no Mar.il '" mhei nartlculari m.p for —le al ,u O-Ve !•> m PrlSav the In.pe-rtlon on anpllratioi The -drove uHI he ..t %  %  in-. Rt Bridgetown, i Ul Bepternher IBSn ,.t ? i CARRINOTON A Seneant Ma|nr a* aoon a. poaataai No natnaa will be BOOepiad khcr ihe 7ih Sep %  •• :,' % %  ":;*£:,..... ..r....-— ---— %  •. <> %  -• • • huiricanc. |he will ba leqv.irrd la attend al HQ aa noUftcalion. after EM ci.Liii.inai> warning ha* been glvan. ArranaemanU will aa made I.. .aalU. thcilamlhaa a1 SI Ann', l.-n if nece.-ary. during Ihe paiiod i>f lha huniaaiii llgnrll.T OrPM'RB AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEBB ENB1N0 SRD as. i Ofllct Ordet.. • %  .lerlSericanI •XT roB DUTY llrderl' OBVcei (Thwaerj Serteanl I i—i G LaahMy -Juii.tww K M I P SKEWES-COX Malm B O L F Ad'utant. The Bfirhait !" Hi-iimrnl PART II ..ORDERS PROMOllllNh U* I. I O.ilnti SM Cpl t ui. E 11 ic C K I I. ST4 1. C Black ir 007 L^C Quintvm 40B .. Hei-i N a. l Pie Agard. D. H %  JO Hind*. H K I IAVI MM CQMS Whmarl. A F. OX. Majoi "(ll.r A Adlu'.anThe Barbadn. Reilmem Xodaj through taa light sbed upOB the twantythird PariUn by the (iiarUan Si'i"-'Ual L .-k. 'Seicm--aDd Health with Key to the Scriplurea," by Briar/ Baker Eddy. iU proiauae brightens alto ptaeli.nl fiilliilmant Supply, hearth — -tja-rfar Is legitiimaUly ne-adful—fa 'auahla to iii'ii witlmut fail, %  i in I %  i lines Uiniugh the aparitnal U'lwC'ifn.'i-firi)of God, divine Love, which Christian S -nee briags. Anyone who Uioughtfully studies Sretnce and llealth and puU iU ta.. 1,in-'to the test in hi. daily Ufe -ill find the "still waters" of lhr Bible prontaM Scir-ni-' and Henlth rnay be bought, borrowed or read at the Christian Science Reading iloomx, 1st Floor Bowen A Sons, Broad Street, Bridgetown. pum.ii NOTICES NOTICE PABISB The Vertry ol C •awila ol obtaining HI., a pi..v.-m The B-n-r .1 will agrlrumiri co.nar.loi Bald anv lueh land, who dlapoar of it ahould %  Mbit oner* to the nndenlgned before Slit ig.nl 1BM>. Btatmg the exert location, ea and price WOOD GODDARD, Clerk of the Veatry. 17 a The OnVara of The Gnod Bamarttar icrutlv Societv leque.t through thli .-nd. mat The Raleigh Becyclr Drawg' which waa to hava idium io notary their patron* ih Aiig-aat. baa been poatponad '" Septambec. at Sii O'clock al Be*onta Hatel. Chaapaid* The luok i ketholder will appear iiant d*y m thl* w.paper SI '. %  •. BREAKFAST CARRIER? The asssllriBtlr-n af vmi. Idar a/llqaar lleanaa No IN of II TALAtA h. Paliaa Magiclralr. Dtai i ANNrrTA WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SOME — IN — VIIMIMIV (2 Tter> COME AND GET YOURS TO-DAY — also — 1-PINT VACUUM THERMOS FLASKS AND 4-PINT VACUUM ICE FLASKS All aUraollvely rn-cd The Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. (THI HOIISl TOR IIARGAIKS) NOL 33 & M Swu Slml — Thane 210*. 3534. or 440*



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SCNDAY, AlC.l'ST*?. IMU SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE FIFTEEN Be Prepared For Hurricane Tin' huiTMftUc Mthin in Barbados lasts from Julv ,51!, tu Octobgr Sill. Mr. Dunald Will*. Assistant Colonial Sei: : listeners to Radio Disiribut.on cm Friday tin He said "We arc In constant touch with the U.S. Weather Bureau at San Juan In Puerto Rico and Kith the All Weather Slailon at Piarco in Trinidad. From Puerto Rico, if there are any signs that a huincane is forming in the AUJI.I.C due east of Barbados—and thut 's the danger area for us—a plane Is sent out to report tack by radio to San Juan. If such Investigation leads Uuweather experts tr.ere to think that a hurricane is forming or has formed, we are immediately informed Again, there is uu airline that operates i 13 Cyclists Rode Without 'Lighted Lamps ) V KING THE LAST two days Many weeks ago iabo.ii. 13 .vilists were charged be seen forking the gruun.i U. for riding their cycles without planting only started recently easily and move to some place %  light. During that period 22 Already the gras> and canes D< of safety if you think that youi trattl offences were also recordcountry districts are looking house may not stand the fores ed. uf a Hurricane. Two cyclists were charged, lor A PAKLOVK WEDDING too* There will be no other food failing to stop at major toads and / place at St. Matthias Roa4 at the shelters until after the two motorists for not paying recently between Mr David Troihurricane has passed, and than taxes on their motor vehicles. One man and Miss Mabel Juckmaii. under the Emergency Feeding motorist was charged for driving formerly of Chelsea Rood The Scheme which hns been carewithout due care and attention Bride was "given away" by Mr fully worked out by the S'. and another for parking in a Seymour Blades while the dutieMichaels Hurricane Relief restricted area. of bestman fall to Mr "Doc" Committeeit will only be pos|_IIS EXCELLENCY the GovWhite sibla to give each parson a IT. ernor will be attending the His Honour Mr H A. Talma total of three hot drinks and six ?Oih Annual Meeting of the s"**y Police Magistrate, performblscultt within the first twentyjfjj c A., at the Y.M C.A.. on ed the ceremony. four hours after the hurricane Friday September I, at 5 pjn. „ . The food will be carefully The lion H A Cuke C.B.E.. A N AT "PS 1 ?. w keP i^ rationed, and it will be a good U( l| preside and a Urge turn out %  **• Mr. A. Rollock. City Met thing to take along some food 0 f members and subscribers is chant, to welcome Mr. RoyWjwith you when you're going to expected. ll K h broiner. who fBiU> one of the shelters *T THE TALENT SHOW av ;^^_l h *f^^ CT _^\!!. Find out noic who isthe officer A the Globe Theatre last |\| A ^.._. t he, Globe .,_ --charge of jour aistriri These rvidav ninht Ol the route running from the names were published recently Cape Verde islands off Uio West the daily newspaper. It Bermuda and th< Arthur, who He was M| "My Foolish Heart," cary^r, ago and oast of Africa to Trinidad. This RestedVhaVvnu'cuVout the'sections ri off thc r>nX Pri ?*holiday. Is almost the exact route of thc and keep them hurricanes that might strikeBarIt Is hoped that these but bados. Constant weather reports ln*s will stand, and after t I. • hurricane has passed other Barbados IS [i two months are made to Piarco In Trinidad, and If a hurricane is suspected, wc In Barbados are told about It. So you see everything possible Is being done to ensure that ma public will know of a hurrlca.ie well In advance of its arrival— perhaps 18 or 20 hours before it reaches ua, and if you prepare now a lot can be done to render your home somewhat less liable t.i be destroyed. Remember what the cautionary warning; Is; By day a flag with a black square on a red background flown at the mast head at The Public Buildings. Office of Harbour and Shipping Master. South Point Lighthouse. East Point Lighthouse. Harrison's Point Lighthouse Crane H-tel. HackMon's Cliff. St. John. Mount 8tandfa.it. St. James, District "B" Police Station. District "C" Police Station, District "D" Police Station. District "E" PoUop BUtton District "F" Police Station. By night a red light will be used instead of the flag. This bignal means that It is probable thc hurricane will hit the Island, and this is the time to go into fiction immediately. When it is certain that u. hurricane wUl hit the island two flags by day and two red lights by night will be You can do a lot bofoiy the used. You can do a lot before the Cautionary Signal goes up, you can make your house secure now. See that ill latches and bolts and locks on your windows and doors are in order. If you are contemplating the building of outside shutters to protect your glass windows, have them built right away. Put In a small stock of nails and see that a hammer is handy. It would be scnsibl pack n box with some nonperLibrary L* liable food—an amount that poalad might last a day or two—in a Churches. Schools—please container that you can pick up and read these pamphlets angiments will have to be rr to house the homeless Paring noui to which one yai would go, probably the nearest one to your home. 1 must make It clear tl at whether or not you go to one < f these shelters must be your ov n derision. If you do go to a %  belts* and It is damaged by the hurricane and any one Inside %  •. injured, the. Government does not accept any responsibility for this. If you can reach home, batten down all windows and doors, using some of. the nails put in stock nou' Pack up a change of clothing, any valuables, a cup (tin or enamel), a fork and spoon, the food you have sot Ulde, a bottle of water for drinking and put these all in a bucket leady for handy moving if you have to leave your home. If you arc going to one of these gfttltan take these things with you—remember lake the bucket along too—It can be used for many purposes Remember—a change of clothing, food, drinking gfgttr, cup. fork, spoon and bucket, and if you have a storm lantern 111) It with oil and take it with you. At the shelter you will havo to carry out the Instructions of the wardens in charge. You will have tu help to keep thc shelters clean. A great many people have put in a lot of work to set up what exists at present to preserve the safety of the public, but the public must make it their business to find out as much as they can now about the Hurricane Relief Oriii) I ill Ion A Handbook has been issued and may be purchased at the Colonial Secretary's Office for 2'6 plus 6d.. for the 19SQ Amenditt or read at the Public Pamphlets have been bile Building*. itop The large crowd that attended Mr. Rollock is pleased with the %  ..* a keen competition between progress of the island hut feeltl.ree of the six contestants. Thc that there is scope for the tourfclt Judges, who were Mr. F. Peterkin. trade. Miss Thelma Serjeant and Miss He is of the opinion that the Nancy Went, found It difficult to authorities should get ahead with choose between Oliver Arthur. X m \]&t* m l&J!Sft &-m, m Trevor Marshall and Cosford Hus"'" %  ?**" V\"V binds and were long in arrivMaTslI brought 1J00 bags of uig at their decision. "* ' he ,ri nd yt"da> from Trevor Marshall, who.sang British Gutaj* • •La Rue. La Rue. and Coaford command of Capt Hawet. tJu Husbands with "You Do. howhrough S4 loIl of nrew ood. 400 JEss?t£j£ ^ %  5rla* tk£; >"*• of charcoal <>d 100 drums tt '"THE RECENT RAINS have coco.,,,,, ol i. M afforded planters the opn u consigned to Messrs portunity lo plant vegetables. Robert Thorn & Co Ltd. GOVERNMENT NOTICE NOTICE HEAVY PLOUGHS U is hereby notified for the information of persons desirous of Importing heavy ploughs that the Ministry of Agriculture and FUhorleraped the availability of 15 No 15 and 23 No. W John Deary heavy sharing ploughs (unused) 3 and 4 furrows 14 inches which are surplus to United Kingdom requirements. Suoplicrs arc Jack Olding & Co., Hatflcld. Hertfordshire Price approximatelv £ ISO each payable in sterling. I. Provision of spare parts from thc United Kingdom cannot be guaranteed. 3. Persons interested should get in tgttfh with the Controller of Supplies not later than IS noon on Tuesday. 29th August 1950. 37.8.SO —In FIRSTA/D THESE ARE REAL >^ LOW PRICES LOVKl.Y TARTU 36 ins. l\t a yd. Bcautitul Quality SATIN in Pink. Willie, Umi i.nil Blue 31 ins. 70y a yd. JERSEY SILK In Pink 36 ins. wide 681 a yd. WASHABLE PRINTS from 40c. up CALL TO-DAY These and Many More Lines al: THANI BROS. 1'r. H m. Hry. & Swan Sts. Arki-Stitiir krtifs %  limit nllit The aame safe analgesic that relieves headachea so quickly ca u ses \ik.i-Se!tJcr to bring quick comfort from muscular acnes and aoreless. Drop one or two Alka-Seltsex ablets in a glass of water. Watch t sparkle,then drink it down. Here is reliable First Aid pleasant to tak* too. Keep a package handy. Nut a laxative. Alka-Seltzer n n'hal MW yomr akin prublvm DOROTHY GRAY has a special preparation for It. A complete stock of !l)Yotlu| C|t£f BEAUTY PREPARATIONS now available al COLLINS LTD.—Broad Slreel. MAKE A VOTE ARTIST— here's your chance of selerllng what you'vr been walling for from the fellow/tog i CANVAS—Ready itretched and per vard i'ALLETTES. PALl.ETTES KNIVKS. PAINT KN1VKS IJII'I'FHS diiul>Uiin.i Miiglr. %  FIXATIVE mid DIFFt'SSERS. TURPENTINE. l.lNbfc.KD OIL. DRAWINC ROOKS. ARTIST OIL PAINTS, .STL'lJENTS' OIL PAINTS. POSTER COLOURS. THAWING PAPER. I1HUSHES. ETC : Also : DRAUOHTMAN'SSETSQUARKS. RUI.INO PENS Hi. ROBERTS & CO. W 3301 FIX*; i tat r Chicken Ha.iill.-s Habblt Steak it oiuiin, Sweci Corn Macaroni 8c Cheese Apple Saute Microbe 3-;. Macaroni Chece Icing Sugar Vakjt JL-HI.-S i^iiikPkgs Tins $c lb mm Pkgs. Golden Arrow Rum PERKINS & CO., LTD. L Roebuck Street — Dial 2072 & 4VI2 'AVAVAW.*AV*.W.W/6WAV.'.V.9VA'.W. USEFUL ITEMS FOR THE HOME WON BEDSTEADS —3 (t. U in.. 3 tl. li ins: 411. Bins KITCHEN CHAIRS GALVANIZED BATH PANS —II law M Ins: 30 lm. GALVANISED BUCKETS —10 Ins; 14 ins. COAL POTS —13 MIS. 14 lm. BUCK POTS 3-Gallon COOKING POTS —2-Gallim: 3-Gnllnn PLANTATIONS LIMITED I.XSIST O V MY LADY CANNED SOUPS S.-iV.-* your I'livmirilf I Uriflff lltMMIt fHfJltfflf at OMO.X 1 HI-:\1I nl I'l \ lllll A VEGETABLES Ml \ I II I I 1,1 I-IIII.ES BAST TO SI III I; EASY .v i oi ii i oon III in.; i ASK FOH •-.#! #..1" SOI PS AT YOIH i.HOIF.K DRINK VI-STOUT VI-ST0UT HERE AGAIN yore HEALTH/ sssjf STRSMCTH/ vm ^^MTY/ • I imrnrntiu ^^^ CONTUIDNO fl\S VITAMIMB, ip£*f W&mA SIMEON HUNTE t, SOrlS ITO Aganti 02 j THE VITAMIN STOUT TAIN ABIC PROM! ALL GOOD DEALERS Thai's why — *"—~—-^_. more tons, the world over, are"" hauled on Goodyear giant tires -than on any other make!" For |"M lm in.intr —mill-.,pvalur,Good*car giant lit.-.arc beajt. They oe citri*-uugh— l.i-i I"ii"i -i jivtLuwcist cu6l.-px-milc. iv. ..I II,. 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FAC.F. SIXTEEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, AUGUST *?, 150 Ar.r. • NT 1 M ***.*> -t TN-r A>a c.eeo ut MEN eWs i C \T *i. HIM I t kt n.( lO ••" -v '. %  . • o UWfl. M .".'. .. . -m. FI> • • %  M<* .. *j. i • itn a %  .1 %  -' i RM u*Mrti'T l&IM #<•£' •w.Vt.*• 9 OAr -' T,N .1 '-•"•' '> ~ .. F< llf* Jl .-•• • • •• • lMi<> .u r* i .' •* HI Ml. I '1 i/'M. •'.'••". ;|l|ll1, %  I • I " '. % .... I,U ,.,,...T |--,t. • ,.P .-. I >• M WI. I. IMf MM*. v -i KH1 SA(x % %  N,Mnutiv i~in. our; Nt*' i' r-V 1 tdroeMTt* fl'N THC All ? 4> | sfuo 0 1 \ Sort 1 ralnon Arid* ihowori mod*i. i aU r>> pWtl i UahM> %  I .. . f ir th* ronti'il of DM ttinic buttwfl) pupstrta BtntlniMd, nud 5.758 wfp bred up and .. iot;l lor 111 i IK. HIS Plrrom(' m Au% % %  • .a tuples coaH v,nfec:anl submitted by >iurK soil and oMcial utpjrl'i.cnt: i oui samples euimoluaaea and one Industrial ihermometer Stag rallbrallon Plant D i i Mfi UK returns .? lunng July under up Wood Ani C'o-itr.,1. Inspection were continued riurinK the month ( I1KM1CAL Sum. Twentv-flve soil sampl leljiurt i"i '"t-'l orgar.i? I ontenl s \ -jinple* were cumpletrd for total pfaoaohaU eonaant 11 samples were uelcot.^i parasite* bred Mosaic Disease (Eradication) Act. U43-22 No infected holes wen-r. ported for this period. Owne and occupiers are reminded thi.', T .1 in i" make the necessary rebtnw is a breach of the law. (ctos InsfrttUMW. The sear* ii i v..hi -uiiuii trees was conti< u.1 in the end of the month In many districts, however, it was difficult to obtain supplies of succulent fodder Extension Work The Peasant Agricultural Infer UH ir.:.> the persistency Coral Limestone soils. Im ^'" ' i0illl(xi to boat OWMTI to date. t.oded slor-. "/" ". ' July marke.1 the end of the detri.l * %  *" -'',;' .' %  iB hing season and nil tlying Dab Uu„ |n lunnectlon with the Urn hauled up for repair* OgaUfln of ami nutrient 1.. d. '& !" fi the e->d of July. ... —1 w..ri. Tl I ".liken hy the tractor at ... „M, W lieu. V;'"^ 1: ; sheba for hauling up boats KKS-ttft. -itu Vdihlf nil ai.,1 ta-diin were mnrkwwl UiruuBh Ihc ATVh..r.ilo. 1 bflow Is • comprUon of rcST. Jiinolm rniutattu "f lunii from Ibe BrldBlown Flb feKUnr tlulft nuulnnand furl Markol nnd Ul. Rur.1 Markrl ,,ui ".'.lldenscd1 milk and milk Hied, lor UR. pcHod. otlM9 mid oiiwdiTi linnrd meal with l50 IU w.ll aa rMiuni from in. real and bull.r concnlratc Omtln's Fish Market fur 1950 Fuh Murkrled. II) QhLnolirui JLopA Control of Muth B 28 inches. During July 53.603.OUO etig parasites TrieFiooramMia were bred up. iml 46,903,000 were made avail%  ible for distribution to planter*. The highest total tor July 1930 wa> 4.69 inches, measured at a station in the parish of St. GfJOftft, and the lowest was 1.78 India recorded at a station in the parish of St. James. The young cane crop, in genual, remained green and in good rondltion There some fit ids of ratoona in certaii areas which have a yel'owlsh appearance and give the impresgt'th sion of suffering from hnk 0 moisture under their partleula conditions of soil tilth o,v are offering 20 cts. per lb cultivation work on rnosl peasant %  1 a beginning price for clean, holdings has I ren rornplet.l bar ,,itw.n delivered to Ihe Fac* %  pr**nt. It is expected, howThis makes the toThl number of in Krulm-towu The cotton ever, that further soil conservation parasites liberated for the year V' trials were planted during pro.eets will be undertaken next 315.000.000. During the latter p.. i the month at Codrington. The weather during the Commuiaist Chinu To Be Represented In U.N. Aswmbly ANNUAL DANCE mi Irriiiation it-*i 'f the month there in number of planters i.l.mvelydry. On Ihe whole. Under Ihe provision, of Ihe for *' { %  '" "> PfJ| .,. ihe main f.l crop. Colonial_ Development and Wcltl re.ull.Jhal jurpli %  blob were planl.il cany fare Scheme, peasants continued .uffered little Ml back, and yams I"" lance wilh Ihe inInOJu corn, eddoo.. and c. m v. stollation of new br|f.tJon imils ,„,• urowln. well Ver>llmltc-1 • well as with impro.emcnti I" arras of iweet pouitoe. could iexilin uniU. %  aas "•i"-"?."' •• "^'TirTre < !" p ***** Irrigated vegetable gardens are e doing as well as could be expected Work was continued on the laytime of the year; beans. ing j, reductio who ealle* isltcs. WW For the past aaaanni the majority of -nty-one Dlanti rest On the whole, the crop Is m'The i'sUnd'have co-o^rat"ed atowliw vr^ "",'/".^ with this Department in volunr'lvanced than usual for HA ll-ru tariljfurnishing Crop Yield %  *he yenf Returns giving the acreages an*. Cotton tonnages of cane harvested during the season. This year, returns The demand for seed for pla^thave been received covering or n g in the main cotton gniwiiiB average of 3I.B62 acre*, out of ;. areas of St. Philip. Christ Church total of 34.241 acres reaped bj the preceding President of the General Assembly. General of pars*Hoinulo last November. January. ained on cold storage, ad .February and May. was evcnluallv distributed departThose notes also stated that mi-ntallv This reduction is posslChiang Wen Tien had been hlv due to Ihe favourable weathet appointed the Peking represerta.indiii.ms prevailing, which havt i, V e to United Nations meetings caused rapid growth of plant including the Security Council. canes, rendering access through T hc telegram added according them difficult. to Moscow radio "in spite of tfaia, The breeding of the l.xmphayi y le illegal delegation of tha rem... f the peasants' invest!fly parasite continued during th* nimt ot y,,, Chinese Kuomlntang shallot, carrot and beet being in galional units at The Home. Sayes month. reactionary clique have not up .o fair supply. Court, Jerusalem and Haggatts. Counts were continued or moth n OW been expelled from the United Plant and ratoon canes conPloughing and heavy forking were borer Dtairaea egg Deposition and >j Bllonf and from IU various •' %  ^ucd to make satisfactory procompleted during the month and parasitism in the en.omoiogicii tl0dlei > all llclds have now been laid out cane plots at ^ od n 8 u,n ij% „ "1 consider this not only a vlolaon the COOtOUr. Planting of cotCw Roof Borer. A survey liOJ( o( |he Umted mtloni chiir ton. Guinea corn, fodder and food crops each of these Stati AT CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. IU, 11, 12 and 13 Broad Strrt-t. !• 3 SS'^'l^l^^c^ SajJ^ffi TS plot la also being Livestock ban an ilnbllshed. lo ratoon and plant cane fluids of thi Chinese Peoples Republic —It rater. plantations. The results for 111 crop reaped in 1950 have been analysfesd. nd the following lai.u grVM the averaue tons of cane per aere obtained for plant cMa* and ratoons In the various parishes of the Island, together WJOj iii< tot.il acres of cane which wer" to be reaped according to th. Sugar Cane Census Returns Sugiir Cane harvested h; i,ri si "l,uey has fallen short of expectations. Good germination was reported by grower* who I 'anted early Planting or supplying later in the month was llmltii, owtllfl t the dry 001 (•roiindnuls hi,r.;tsinu bataraal %  betnj shown in the growing of ground-m><" i uts. Some peasant crops are nearir.g maturity aiul give pronus p) Planlrtlions during LK9 The total number uf livestock at tinsix itatlOM nt the end of the month was 132 Five hundred ami seventy-two gallons of cow's milk were produced. Three young pigs ,.|. told for tearing and 4 head ,.( i . -',.1 old tor slaughter. i .mi bundrod ind I %  •nty-ftv stud tJOTAMCAI. A. MI" Acirl Irr4>!*.t I' %  I %  „,-s.r." "v'"K.. Rrlni'x* rrlvrd from luinVuhl Brlumi M Mlth.n-1 Ch Chuirh K i i |. Si. Lucy SI Ocoli'r St. John Si Vr'rt SI. JanM St. Thotu. St JoMfll St. Andrew tll.00 <-. J7 l.OBS 7.'. I.SHI 9.419.T5 i.issn !,-•: %  • i .anil to 1.354.as i.aas.M i S3 I.1S4.SS Tt0T B9S.T4 512.0* SS1.M IJSISfi t.OISOO !!'.iii LOW SO 1.MH47 1K* 1,1*415 I.S3ST5 I.BM.0* l,41t*9 1.B4.IS 2 100 15 1.013 31 1 401.44 1,143 03 I.ST7 1S 1311 35 Mil .33 *S 3 39 4 M 30 3 M %  34 3 S3 4 The general average tons at good yields within the next few cane per acre, for plant canes onit weeks. Only shortage of seed for ratoons, reaped by plantations, planting has prevented more widewas 32 98 tons, the correspondinispread cultivation of the crop llguro for the crop reaped In 1B49 Cultivator* ar e being urged to was 34.97 tons. There were 1.534 t.vold. as far as poas bie o remore acre* of canes reaped In rjrrence of this handicap 1950 than In 1949. Trce Crops The final figure for the crop Good supplies of mangoes, sugar reaped In 1950 Is the equivalent apples, cocoanuts and limes wire of 158.183 tons of sugar, a record obtainable in the market during for the Island. utr month. I'rovision crops made satisfacPest* and Disease* tory growth during the month Control measures were continued potatoes were in supply as usual at this DlstrlbuUon of cotton seed planting commenced at the begi uing of the month, and dur limit"-, (.gainst plant pests and diseases, specially the cabbage white buticifly. scale insects and slugs, which were reported attacking M .ps m some districts. Ugh • "•' *IH ill tton of Irons] to ii < *>. ca.ie dur,i %  i i %  t p. ltd m %  ull >" tii %  uporoaatoM of Towering. Willi a light of ... (pi sunpi M IM l -s OM "limit :.: midnight is reported lo be sufficient lo stop arrowing. To test the effect Of artificial light in Barbados, a battery ot six lights has been erected at Society over a field of I1.4008 plant cane*. These will be exposed to fifteen minutes artificial light every night from the middle of August until about the middle of October. Kconomic Tree Propagation and Distribution The following fruit trees were budded during the month:— lime 195, orange 80, lemon 36, pomelo 24. Fruil tree* delivered from Codrington were aa follows.—^ Orange Grapefruit Lime Mandarin J Pomelo 3 Pear • Grape g Golden Apple • Guava \\ Pawpaw >* 45 105 ONE-O-ONE CLEANSER, the Cleanser in the large Blue Drum—when you buy 1-0-1 you get 26 ozs. of the world's finest Cleanser for only 13c. 1-0-1 cleans without scratching, when you order Cleanser just say 1-0-1 Obtainable from all Groceries. Druggists and Hardware Stores, in fct obtainable everywhere. Sugar Apple Fig They'll Do Ir Every Time -— By Jimmy Hatlo O.K." GO 4MEAP ) AN' LAFF, BUT I WAS CATCWIN' BEHIND TViE BAT. 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Saatlay Amtusi 27. IS...O ^untoy. tY 6> r MIX in Year .13 REDS GAIN GROUND IN DRIVE SOUTH Chinese To Join Reds? WASHINGTON Aug. 28. I American military officials com! menting en report* that two Chines.armiaa were .onceni tiatlng near t h c Manchuria. Korean border, *ui,i hcr they doubled if these troops would meve south lo join North Korean 1 force*. Although tlieatr movement* | were held to po*e new Ui reals \o I the United Nation* force* in | Koieu. nrw thought that thev Indicated Communist China'* early i er-try. Into the Tar-East war. ReI ports about the Chine*armlee were announced here yesterday Asked about other reports that I2u heavy Russian tanks had been moved Into North Korea from a Manchurlan port curing the last two week* cf July, officials said that the presence e.f Russian tank* in North Korea had been known let some days. ilut they emphasised that nono of the tanks believed to be Joseph UtBlin'a three ;y.* :,acl teen abla lo get Into a*-;or. mtinuo.i. AmI M, Jri bora* uj „i aJiros %  Ad Ln.t.. prsraepted n e i .. i o ith %  Otbei • ffl i I in led it wait possible that the Chinc-re I'unimunlst armie* wb eh Ihej eailmeted •I between IC'U to Blul 200.000 men had teen moved to the Korean border as a precautionary income :i, eat* the I' ltd Nations forces derided to drive past the 38th parallel towards Manchuria This pjssi^ilitv they said was hacked uo by reports that Chlnesoi Cnmrruinlsts had built formidable dafaaoai near thborder. Somel army source* *i.ul ihey believed the* constant l.aUert.ig being liven to North Korean communication* a*, a whole was deterring Chinese Communist armies from movlnm down Into the attack on United Nations troops. —Re liter. SERKTMC KIIA.HA AXIl F,%tlll,t 2,300 ViUagee Swamped In India LUCKNOW. Aug 25 More than 2,300 villages in the United Provinces have been swamped by the flood water* of eight rivers running through the state, writes a correspondent who accompanied Pandit Gobind Ballabh Pant, Premier of the United lrovinces on a tour of the area. Oamagc to property including crops was estimated at 50,000.000 rupees No deaths have been reported so far. but about 800,000 people have been affected by the flood*. The rivers in spate Include the Ganges, Ghagra. Gandak. Suryu, Hapti, Rohinl and Sarrayani. Similar reports of flooding oi villages in West Bengal and the Buhar State were received today It Is estimated that 80 per cen of the standing Jute crop* havi been totally destroyed. Buhar state four rivers were In spate, inundating hundreds of small villages on their bank*. —Heater. lOMMI'NIftTS RedsKill43 In Raids On 11 Towns MANILA, PHILIPPINES. Aug. 28. Communist guerilla* killed 43 people during raid* on II towns near here last night. It was < fflcially announced to-day. Government Forces wera pursuing the raiders—believed to rumber 8.000— who had taken captives back with them into the hill*. The raiders were huks", a group who have been In armed opposition to the authorities tinea early In 1948. The main target, report* said, was Tarrac, the home town of ; Senor Carlo* Romulo. permanent! Philippines delegate to the United' Nations. Two Army nurses and 20 hosptfll patient* in the town were baynncttcd and disemboweled. Forty-eight prisoners, relcase i from the town gaol, Joined the guerillas and left with them for the hills Reports from the city of Nagn. 150 miles to the south, said a Communist amphibious force had occupied a nearby coo;t:d town At a nearby camp two Army ( majors were reported shot and all the buildings burned down Other towns reported raided were Da*ol on the wet coa*t of Ararat in the Pempane province where barracks, post office and hospitals were ransacked, Santc Domingo in the Neuva Ecija province and Ilagan In the Isabel province —Reuler. •in 1.1 ri'' serrinr Kh.m. tad m. ii I.UCI, .alt rren ihr rum n.in i.. ,i tn..i i,r !" .i.l ihn Afrle. •., -,.„ili.,:,,„i.„, „„l ,. „, e.lk A B <> \ (' oWr rirrlr. thrlt tuhv .1 u In hir travel cl. II I I* Nail i. Serelac'i sister. Ruth. N In :... ,t .,.,1 .,,,( KloVM. II.Hi: II. I Ml" HOSPITAL SHIP SINKS More Factories DURING TRIAL CRUISE To Make Arms 19 KILLED: 65 MISSING LONDON. Aug. 26. North Atlantic Treat, l>eputics l<-dBv announced plan* to use adiitluu.il factory capacity to speed ai production, a priority considerJ'il^.J-.? 5 ^^? ved !" '^ sm i ir Qm ,hc American Huspi ^' imiat J. # li,\he V AtVanfe ana in'a communique Issued to-day on their past week'.' work the Deptfties announced that a report from the Military Production und Suppi. Board "f UN North Atlantic i indicated a "substantial additional rapacity which can be put t> uvr in the immediate. fidu < %  ngemenU to utilise such a cap* itj for %  nelaialliig co-ordinn> i production of hi h priorit) I'.cnu .ire being made Da % %  ibo %  ... under tondai various financial problem* !i\ ulved in tin an argad de. in*: the Initiation .. program n %  i SAN FRANCISCO, Au 26. Nineteen people were killed and little hope VU h.-Ui day for 65 believed missing hum tinAin.-i n\i;i li:,pi tal Ship Benevolence which sank last nichl aftflf a eolllsii !, during a trial cruise before leaving for Korea. Captain Robert Voortmeyer, Marine Sup'i intendeni of the San Francisco Embarkation Office, said he did not think any of the missing people would he found alive. The ebb tide would hawe swept them out to sea h > added. The Benevolence with over 500 pfJOpl afa m v<'liision with the H162-ton freighter Mary l.urkcnback In fos four miles off the Golden Gate on her HIM rui .,: being laid up since the war Only one 11fr> boat 0OMM launched but a number of life • %  :r throw n over the side According to %  rurvj ofAl m *" I peoplr wen bell< ve i o save-l Patel, Prosidi nl Of Moslem Association THE Barbado* Mosl.-t. AsMK-iation ceJaLratad it* third annivei-siiry raeantly. Among the celebration activities was the election of new officers for the ensuing year. Elected President was Mr Suleman I. Patel Vice-Piesident Is Mr A I Patel Mr S A Patel was elected Secretary and serving with him as Joint Secretary is Mr. M Bahkaria Treasurer is Mr. S. A. Sacha. A new General Convniltee of the Asaociaiion WM also nppolried report fi<> Nationwide Strike In Finland UCLBINKI. Aug 26 r inland'* social democrat-led node Unions Pederation toniglii oaned ti>. Agtoiiari Governfnant und CHIIC.I H ruUaatuvtda atrilia ( tn uufcti her new 0nft.Dm.OM1 r,.„T AgM*n.ent "nh rliiasln. 'Flip striken for wages Increase* Of up to HO |>er cent will start on hen nlH.ul 5.000 metal) %  rfcai an t.i put ilnwn gools They will be joined later In the veek by 60.000 mor,. mes> and I i omen ui OOMI ti The I'.'.r i. fused i In Aala) the itrikaa for tn rek.s for %  ew lyaantialluiii I'fho Keykmie assured Parli^ i em yestenlay he w..ul.| maintain ii if. in. -nl .u.i 1 Won a narrow vote nf eonfide II, his policy Under he New Trade Agr.. ineiil Kn.liind undertakes to aeU urrent c ,;"ia„;:. ...... -sss i^snr^s !^ l ^j h ^"""' • %  ""' -'.--is 1 ;;> r .;; :;;-;:::',. w r; open it .in aura Th Mai LueJteoba* k • with a smashed iow but no caauaJUaa among her 49 crew picked up seme of Uie turvlvors The "Ben' voience" siiih>"i roatardaj rar .^ cruise <>fi the coaat orrUi 15 nuras* and 3:i other roedkol penonaal including doctors. 200 Amartaan [cpyai army men and an unknown number of "unofficial guests" wh" v.ent fur a cruise -Renter traajag ... ..., I '' nni ve the world level North! Atlantic Council I 1 lo tha Exports to lUissia wituld have to Council Of Deputies." ( be subsidised, tliev added. S.irelary Ap|>oiuleri — Keuter. %  rormad quarte in-tr laderstood thai th. Working! *-, ..... lomnitu-e ro-ordinaUng the de< HI III 11II II I ~ I (. |li[|;i renea plan propoaali 1 1 MemK-i To Be Hepresented strikers W ant iloly Year Bonus HOME. Aug 20. Cias and electricity workers in Home today intensified their strike for a Holy Year living bonus, Ga* workers announced they would strike for six hours, one hour more than yesterday, during the busiest part of the day. Electricity workers extended their strike to all distribution centre* in the city.—Keuter. S/M/jrs DOING WELL PRETORIA, South Afirfca Aug. 28. Field Marshal Jan Christian Smuts wa* allowed lo get up for a while on Friday. Hi* doctors said the 80 year old former PrUna Minister was making good progress toward recovery from an attack of influenza he suffered this week just as he was getting case of pneumonia. —Can. Preaa. Four Drowned In Chile Floods SANTIAGO, Chile. Aug 20. Widespread floods tonight covet ed a 300mile expanse of South cut Chile U'tween the town* of Osomo and Chillaa, after two weeks of torrential rain Four farmen were drowned in the Rahue River running through Osorno. The damage was estimated to be heavy Chilian is about 220 miles south of Santiago urn! Osoino nciih anothei 300 miles farther south —Can. Pre**. No Brazilian Troops For Korea BRAZIL. Aug 26 A War Ministry spokesman stated today that help to United Nations forces in Korea would rein,mi limited to "ecot.0". operation". He denied thai Brazil had Intended in send troops to Korea —Reuler. And if BOU K**J 1 u*< "T really ang'f. iwi % %  > 1. mt ffnailan crab on umr R* china l In U. \. Asneiiihly LONDON, Am: 26. F IIIKU Minister Chotl Kn Lr. t.-l. %  ..pi,..) Tryvae U* that Com nuinist China proposed lo tend CWagaUon to the Fifth Session < %  the United Nation', A %  ,,,!,] opening on Septcmbe, 17. |ha Tas. Ateoe, reported in 1 %  ,, 1 I'tved in London tonight. %  1 tn dd tii,. i-ekin Guverninenl ha 1 peotMed CbJni 1 I ...,| In ui' nii--i ol II* deli %  11 I 1,1 %  ;",' % %  aa laauad \,v Mo-.%  cow Radio quoting 'Tans' sii d UBHI a* to inform the in;...rUes ,,| thla, ..ml i.,v %  tii. nooaaaary measures for t'i %  "f Uie CInlieMPeopii'i i: !" Ml taka part in the work %  %  Final Session I requeet yon %  aJ lalagnplj ,, reply" I Kuomintanu Not Wanted : that <>n' • work Experid assisting Uie,""' bating Governrnenl w;.•up are due lo meet on Monday j legally qualified to ropra* ..| At the next meeting of Deputies!Chinese poople and thai th 'er on Monday it |* expected that, "remnant* of the Chine*" Kuomlr general decision Will have to be^tang clique" shi!d therefore b t. Ken about the problem ..f flllii ted Nations t'e gap between proposed financial w.„ l ntrtbUtion and th. l.nget of thel Chou Kn luu de.lai--1 h bad 1 -fence programme. aent noU to this effect pi Ua and # (III I'.irr !•> Labour, Conservatives Clash Over 1 SlSl'U llll (OMMIMSTS Ul t STKINUI ON III* KOKF AN FRONT l IM The battle of the forces f freedom again*! Uir Communlsl nteruee from Use North goea u in Korea— and In this picture nuspcrted ConunankUa caaght wandering around near the Urea are brought in for queatloninr and thoroughly praven befere they are released. Infiltration ha* been used by the enemy *• great advantage. Picture Just received from the Korean front Una —EXPKI-;s STRASBOURG. Aug 26. I*i itish Conservative and Labour epre^entatlve* arguing over the Schuman Plan to-day had their biggest clash in the European Consultative Assembly's second annual session. Continental representatives sat silen! aa criticism* of Foreign taovtan aalafal Bevin and Con*ervatiM I Wlruttor. Churchill were bandied' across the floor of the Assembly Conservative Harold MacMillan provided the spark with a li-st minute bid to I which he claim* would enable i'ritai'i to join the plan MarMillan declared: Without Britain's L 'herence. the Schuman Schuman Plan Plan is a mutilated and partitioned scheme "Without Britain there ma. veil bg rjoubts and hesitations in many of the parliaments conrcrned when the plr.n come* to them for ratification With Britain there will be a sense of security and confldem e Answering criticisms U hi* scheme the Commit t-e ol Ministers for the Upper House of the Council would Off I pool MacMillan said In obvious rateraaea to %  rrli "t bol | nc particular brief for th< 1 •-• o| ui tan %  pi ill) %  %  .ne ol them But after all they boa not fixed star* in the poll%  al rimiamenl. Some I admit ive seemed a bit toe ig and wane. "After all. one ol '1 •werful of these luminaries is -day only suftaii oplc parliamentary m labour live Will i iyth who said he had miner. atta. 1 1 %  nendment as a "stupendous bsUndaT." 1*0 try lo chang>oon> tinental convictions at this lat< hour wa* worse than sabotage it was stupidity" he declared. The original MacMillan plan ill the ConnervnlOapt Churchill, but accr'iiiig to the undenu" ratic or%  r>f the Part>. Oh Uft Dill .. .. 'lie plan? Will it be that %  nwvativo spokesmen woull be able to say 1h action of their eolk 11 did not represent the %  ,rty" U adjourned till this afternooi Healer. U.S. Troops Await Reinforcements TOKYO, Aug. 86. [RENEWED Communiat activity over widely sp anted areas of the South tast Korean front today appeared to foreshadow a new all-out north era attempt to settle the issue while the Americans await British and Australian reinforcements. With two British battalions speeding through the South China Sea to join the ftgnt, with another American division on the way -the second already in action, and the Australians preparing in Japan, the United Nations were clearly acting together. But the Communists had again begun their threat to Pusan, the key supply port at the extreme end of the Americans' "Defence Box" where they were aiming at the port from two sides, the south coast and downwards from the east. A CVmmumst nttack causing some loss of ground in the t mast sector was admitted in General MacArthur's late niKht communique with the main thrust placed near the Pohann-KiKy.area, well above Pusan and alto dominating the U'leHHuered town of TaoRU, hub of the U N central defence I 1.outline iiirreaponrient Roy Macartney, sail thr America Fifth A Communist activity In the south pointed ineronalnily aVlVl -11 the Clmijit-Masan axis inwards llisan. From this area ttettlef pondent Alex Valentine reported that Ihe North in stabbing attacks were In a search for a po*>IMe iis .111*1 %  atrol % %  ti-.it-%  UOBjatad they still intended t<> make at least one more .litcrmlned .ittempt to reach %  foil I hf Iillll.l-up of United Natmu Force* faltiiq ln< t.'lislt' A North Korean communique in. .N.I h> Moscow Hiidm, claimed Ion of v ,„ nil. opaabUoni in the Puitan area, with derailment it .1 train carrying war inntertal. "I their feats HeavleHt Preaaure But the main North Korean laid was slill .oiHciiUatcd np the 1 piol W.n-KWiin-Kunwl fr. •eta THeu. at the f the Allied soajeay line to Pusan farther east they were exerting "the heaviest pressure" Ma. Arthur announced, attain*! South Koreans. South Koreans backed b* CX't. attacked at dawn re.'.u.east of Waegwan followi'ij, >ip yesterday* offenaive. when they rolled Communists i..Kk for nearly a mile nillinit 300 and capturine 42 The newly.arrived American Second Division which moved into Ihe front-lino sector of the Naklong River to relieve the battered 24th Division captured high ground overlooking the Communiat bridgehead which threatened TatKii from the southwest They were lobbing shell and mortar Ore down to the river's edge In the past 36 hour*. South Koreans have punched 1.500 yard* bowliiiH alley" near TabuDong. 12 miles north of the highwater mark of their advance on Ihe city. They were backed by icrlcan troops and supported by American artillery sending white 'hnsphomu* shells screaming eh lo ridges flanking the valley, Suppoitir. Southerners cleared mud from a village cm the tight where a pocket of Communist* had fnitltnited. Survivors were trying to get back to their own lines whale patrol* played hide and seek with them among the rugged ridge* Hanking the valley. It I* dubbed "bowling alley" because o. i.iiinun. Is persistently send armour up the rued In a single line to be knocked out by American supei-Bazookas, tanks and ..rtlllery One mile of the road was Uttired with ten splintered or charred wrecks Bed* Driven Back On the South Coast where Nnrlh Koreans were estimated to have five full regiments, the outnumi-red American Infantry repelled two Communist attacks during the night They were harassed bv sporadic mortar and artillery Are. Northerners were moving reinit forcementi along the roast, mainly ftakt* RALEIGH Your Choice NOW IN STOCK (.(NTS STIMUlll MODOA HAM —i In HI... k and (;.. lull Speeds MIIHI HPORTH Millin.s In ,rk QfMB 4iid Blur Wilh or W.'l.om 1 or Speed!. LADIES DAWN STOUTS HODCLS tal Blirk and Ore. 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Saatlay
Amtusi 27.
IS...O
^untoy.
tY 6>
r
MIX in

Year .13
REDS GAIN GROUND IN DRIVE SOUTH
Chinese
To Join
Reds?
WASHINGTON Aug. 28. I
American military officials com- !
menting en report* that two
Chines.- armiaa were .oncen- i
tiatlng near t h c Manchuria- .
Korean border, *ui,i hcr they
doubled if these troops would
meve south lo join North Korean 1
force*. Although tlieatr movement* |
were held to po*e new Ui reals \o I
the United Nation* force* in |
Koieu. nrw thought that thev In-
dicated Communist China'* early i
er-try. Into the Tar-East war. Re- I
ports about the Chine*- armlee
were announced here yesterday
Asked about other reports that
I2u heavy Russian tanks had been
moved Into North Korea from a
Manchurlan port curing the last
two week* cf July, officials said
that the presence e.f Russian tank*
in North Korea had been known
let some days.
ilut they emphasised that nono
of the tanks believed to be Joseph
UtBlin'a three ;y.* :,acl teen abla
lo get Into a*-;or. mtinuo.i. Am-
I m, Jri bora* uj i aJiros
Ad Ln.t..
prsraepted n e i .. i o ith

Otbei ffl i I in led it wait
possible that the Chinc-re I'unimu-
nlst armie* wb eh Ihej eailmeted
I between IC'U to Blul 200.000
men had teen moved to the
Korean border as a precautionary
income :i, eat* the I' ltd Na-
tions forces derided to drive past
the 38th parallel towards Man-
churia
This pjssi^ilitv they said was
hacked uo by reports that Chlnesoi
Cnmrruinlsts had built formidable
dafaaoai near th- border. Somel
army source* *i.ul ihey believed
the* constant l.aUert.ig being liven
to North Korean communication*
a*, a whole was deterring Chinese
Communist armies from movlnm
down Into the attack on United
Nations troops.
Re liter.
SERKTMC KIIA.HA AXIl F,%tlll,t
2,300 ViUagee
Swamped
In India
LUCKNOW. Aug 25
More than 2,300 villages in the
United Provinces have been
swamped by the flood water* of
eight rivers running through the
state, writes a correspondent who
accompanied Pandit Gobind Bal-
labh Pant, Premier of the United
lrovinces on a tour of the area.
Oamagc to property including
crops was estimated at 50,000.000
rupees No deaths have been re-
ported so far. but about 800,000
people have been affected by the
flood*. The rivers in spate In-
clude the Ganges, Ghagra. Gan-
dak. Suryu, Hapti, Rohinl and
Sarrayani.
Similar reports of flooding oi
villages in West Bengal and the
Buhar State were received today
It Is estimated that 80 per cen
of the standing Jute crop* havi
been totally destroyed. Buhar
state four rivers were In spate,
inundating hundreds of small
villages on their bank*.
Heater.
lOMMI'NIftTS
RedsKill43
In Raids On
11 Towns
MANILA, PHILIPPINES.
Aug. 28.
Communist guerilla* killed 43
people during raid* on II towns
near here last night. It was
< fflcially announced to-day.
Government Forces wera pur-
suing the raidersbelieved to
rumber 8.000 who had taken
captives back with them into the
hill*.
The raiders were *,huks", a
group who have been In armed
opposition to the authorities tinea
early In 1948.
The main target, report* said,
was Tarrac, the home town of;
Senor Carlo* Romulo. permanent!
Philippines delegate to the United'
Nations. Two Army nurses and
20 hosptfll patient* in the town
were baynncttcd and disembowel-
ed. Forty-eight prisoners, relcas-
e i from the town gaol, Joined the
guerillas and left with them for
the hills
Reports from the city of Nagn.
150 miles to the south, said a
Communist amphibious force had
occupied a nearby coo;t:d town !
At a nearby camp two Army (
majors were reported shot and all
the buildings burned down
Other towns reported raided
were Da*ol on the wet coa*t of
Ararat in the Pempane province
where barracks, post office and
hospitals were ransacked, Santc
Domingo in the Neuva Ecija pro-
vince and Ilagan In the Isabel
province Reuler.
in 1.1 ri''
serrinr Kh.m. tad m. ii i.uci, .alt rren ihr rum n.in i.. ,i tn..i i,r.i.l ihn
Afrle. ., -,.ili.,:,,i., l ,. , e.lk A B <> \ (' oWr rirrlr. thrlt tuhv .1 u
In hir travel cl. II.....I I* Nail i. Serelac'i sister. Ruth. N In :... ,t .,.,1 .,,,(
KloVM.
II.Hi:
II. I Ml"
HOSPITAL SHIP SINKS More Factories
DURING TRIAL CRUISE To Make Arms
19 KILLED: 65 MISSING
LONDON. Aug. 26.
North Atlantic Treat, l>eputics
l<-dBv announced plan* to use ad-
iitluu.il factory capacity to speed
ai production, a priority consider-
J'il^.J-.?5 ^^?ved '^sm*i .ir.Qm ,hc. American Huspi ^'imiatJ.#li,\heV AtVanfe ana in'a
communique Issued to-day on
their past week'.' work the Deptf-
ties announced that a report from
the Military Production und Sup-
pi. Board "f UN North Atlantic
i indicated a "substantial
additional rapacity which can be
put t> uvr in the immediate.
fidu <
ngemenU to utilise such a
cap* itj for nelaialliig co-or-
dinn> i production of hi h priorit)
I'.cnu .ire being made
Da - ibo ... under ton-
dai various financial prob-
lem* !i\ ulved in tin an argad de-
. in*: the Initiation
.. .
' program n i
SAN FRANCISCO, Au 26.
Nineteen people were killed and little hope VU h.-Ui
day for 65 believed missing hum tin- Ain.-i n\i;i li:,pi
tal Ship Benevolence which sank last nichl aftflf a eolllsii !,
during a trial cruise before leaving for Korea.
Captain Robert Voortmeyer, Marine Sup'i intendeni
of the San Francisco Embarkation Office, said he did not
think any of the missing people would he found alive.
The ebb tide would hawe swept them out to sea h >
added.
The Benevolence with over 500 pfJOpl afa m
v<'liision with the H162-ton freighter Mary l.urkcnback In
fos four miles off the Golden Gate on her Him rui .,: .
being laid up since the war
Only one 11fr> boat 0OMM
launched but a number of life
:r thrown over the side
According to rurvj ofAl m *" I
peoplr wen bell< ve i o
save-l
Patel, Prosidi nl
Of Moslem
Association
THE Barbado* Mosl.-t. As-
MK-iation ceJaLratad it* third
annivei-siiry raeantly. Among
the celebration activities was
the election of new officers
for the ensuing year. Elected
President was Mr Suleman
I. Patel Vice-Piesident Is
Mr A I Patel Mr S A
Patel was elected Secretary
and serving with him as
Joint Secretary is Mr. M
Bahkaria Treasurer is Mr.
S. A. Sacha.
A new General Convniltee
of the Asaociaiion WM also
nppolried
'
report fi<>
Nationwide
Strike In
Finland
UCLBINKI. Aug 26
r inland'* social democrat-led
node Unions Pederation toniglii
oaned ti>. Agtoiiari Governfnant
und chIIc.i H ruUaatuvtda atrilia
,( tn uufcti her new
0nft.Dm.OM1 r,.T AgM*n.ent
"nh rliiasln.
'Flip striken for wages Increase*
Of up to HO |>er cent will start on
hen nlH.ul 5.000 metal)
'' rfcai an t.i put ilnwn gools
They will be joined later In the
veek by 60.000 mor,. mes> and I
i omen ui oomi ti
The I'.'.r...... i. fused
' i In Aala)
the itrikaa for tn rek.s for
ew lyaantialluiii
I'fho Keykmie assured Parli^
i em yestenlay he w..ul.| maintain
ii if. in.-nl .u.i1
Won a narrow vote nf eonfide
ii, his policy
Under he New Trade Agr..
ineiil Kn.liind undertakes to aeU
urrent
c,;"ia;:. ...... -sss i^snr^s
!^l^jh^"""' """' -'.--is 1;;>,r!.;;,:;;-;:::',.wr;
open it .in aura
Th Mai LueJteoba* k with a
smashed iow but no caauaJUaa
among her 49 crew picked up
seme of Uie turvlvors The "Ben' -
voience" siiih>"i roatardaj rar .^
cruise <>fi the coaat orrUi 15 nuras*
and 3:i other roedkol penonaal
including doctors. 200 Amartaan [cpyai
army men and an unknown num-
ber of "unofficial guests" wh"
. v.ent fur a cruise -Renter
traajag
... ..., I
'' nni ve the world level
North! Atlantic Council I 1 lo tha Exports to lUissia wituld have to
Council Of Deputies." ( be subsidised, tliev added.
S.irelary Ap|>oiuleri Keuter.
rormad quarte
in-tr laderstood thai th. Working! *-, .....
lomnitu-e ro-ordinaUng the de- < HI III 11II II I ~ I (. |li[|;i
renea plan propoaali 11 MemK-i
To Be Hepresented
strikers W ant
iloly Year Bonus
HOME. Aug 20.
Cias and electricity workers in
Home today intensified their strike
for a Holy Year living bonus,
Ga* workers announced they
would strike for six hours, one
hour more than yesterday, during
the busiest part of the day. Elec-
tricity workers extended their
strike to all distribution centre*
in the city.Keuter.
S/M/jrs DOING WELL
PRETORIA, South Afirfca
Aug. 28.
Field Marshal Jan Christian
Smuts wa* allowed lo get up for
a while on Friday. Hi* doctors
said the 80 year old former
PrUna Minister was making good
progress toward recovery from an
attack of influenza he suffered
this week just as he was getting
case of pneumonia.
Can. Preaa.
Four Drowned
In Chile Floods
SANTIAGO, Chile. Aug 20.
Widespread floods tonight covet
ed a 300- mile expanse of South
cut Chile U'tween the town* of
Osomo and Chillaa, after two
weeks of torrential rain
Four farmen were drowned
in the Rahue River running
through Osorno. The damage was
estimated to be heavy Chilian is
about 220 miles south of Santiago
urn! Osoino nciih anothei 300
miles farther south Can. Pre**.
No Brazilian Troops
For Korea
BRAZIL. Aug 26
A War Ministry spokesman
stated today that help to United
Nations forces in Korea would
rein,mi limited to "ecot.0".
operation".
He denied thai Brazil had In-
tended in send troops to Korea
Reuler.
" And if bou K**J 1.....u*< "T
really ang'f. iwi > 1. mt
ffnailan crab on umr R*
china l
In U. \. Asneiiihly
LONDON, Am: 26.
F iiiku Minister Chotl Kn Lr.
t.-l. . ..pi,..) Tryvae U* that Com
nuinist China proposed lo tend .
CWagaUon to the Fifth Session <
the United Nation', a .,,,!,]
opening on Septcmbe, 17. |ha Tas.
Ateoe, reported in 1 ,,
1 I'tved in London tonight.
1 tn dd tii,. i-ekin
Guverninenl ha 1 peotMed CbJni
1 I ...,| In .
ui' nii--i ol II* deli 11 .
I
1,1........;",' aa laauad \,v Mo-.-
cow Radio quoting 'Tans' sii d
UbhI a* to inform the in-
;...rUes ,,| thla, ..ml i.,v
tii. nooaaaary measures for t'i
"f Uie CInlieM- Peopii'i
i:.....!" Ml taka part in the work
- Final Session I requeet yon
aJ lalagnplj ,, reply"
I Kuomintanu Not Wanted
: that <>n'
work Experid assisting Uie,""' bating Governrnenl w;.-
up are due lo meet on Monday j legally qualified to ropra* ..- |
At the next meeting of Deputies!Chinese poople and thai th '
'er on Monday it |* expected that, "remnant* of the Chine*" Kuomlr
general decision Will have to be^tang clique" shi!d therefore b
- t. Ken about the problem ..f flllii ted Nations
t'e gap between proposed financial w. l
ntrtbUtion and th. l.nget of thel Chou Kn luu de.lai--1 h bad
1 -fence programme. aent noU to this effect pi Ua and
# (III I'.irr !>
Labour, Conservatives Clash Over
1
SlSl'U llll (OMMIMSTS Ul t STKINUI ON III* KOKF AN
FRONT l IM The battle of the forces f freedom again*! Uir
Communlsl nteruee from Use North goea u in Korea and In
this picture nuspcrted ConunankUa caaght wandering around near
the Urea are brought in for queatloninr and thoroughly praven
befere they are released. Infiltration ha* been used by the enemy
* great advantage. Picture Just received from the Korean front
Una EXPKI-;s
STRASBOURG. Aug 26.
I*i itish Conservative and Labour
epre^entatlve* arguing over the
Schuman Plan to-day had their
biggest clash in the European
Consultative Assembly's second
annual session. Continental repre-
sentatives sat silen! aa criticism*
of Foreign taovtan aalafal
Bevin and Con*ervatiM I
Wlruttor. Churchill were bandied'
across the floor of the Assembly
Conservative Harold MacMil-
lan provided the spark with a
li-st minute bid to I
which he claim* would enable
i'ritai'i to join the plan
MarMillan declared: Without
Britain's l 'herence. the Schuman
Schuman Plan
Plan is a mutilated and parti-
tioned scheme
"Without Britain there ma.
veil bg rjoubts and hesitations in
many of the parliaments con-
rcrned when the plr.n come* to
them for ratification With
Britain there will be a sense of
security and confldem e '
Answering criticisms U
hi* scheme the Commit t-e ol
Ministers for the Upper House of
the Council would Off I
pool MacMillan said In obvious
rateraaea to rrli "t bol | nc
particular brief for th< 1
- o| ui tan pi ill) '
.ne ol them But after all they
boa not fixed star* in the poll-
al rimiamenl. Some I admit
ive seemed a bit toe
ig and wane.
"After all. one ol '1
werful of these luminaries is
' -day only suftaii
oplc parliamentary m
labour live Will
i iyth who said he had
miner. atta. 1 1
nendment as a "stupendous
bsUndaT." 1*0 try lo chang>- oon>
tinental convictions at this lat<
hour wa* worse than sabotage
it was stupidity" he declared.
The original MacMillan plan
ill the Connervn-
lOapt Churchill, but ac-
cr'iiiig to the undenu" ratic or-
r>f the Part>. Oh Uft Dill
.. ..
. 'lie plan?
Will it be that
nwvativo spokes-
men woull be able to say 1h
action of their eolk
11 did not represent the
' ,rty"
U adjourned till
this afternooi Healer.
U.S. Troops Await
Reinforcements
TOKYO, Aug. 86.
[RENEWED Communiat activity over widely sp
anted areas of the South tast Korean front
today appeared to foreshadow a new all-out north
era attempt to settle the issue while the Americans
await British and Australian reinforcements.
With two British battalions speeding through
the South China Sea to join the ftgnt, with another
American division on the way -the second already
in action, and the Australians preparing in Japan,
the United Nations were clearly acting together.
But the Communists had again begun their
threat to Pusan, the key supply port at the extreme
end of the Americans' "Defence Box" where they
were aiming at the port from two sides, the south
coast and downwards from the east.
A CVmmumst nttack causing some loss of ground in the
t mast sector was admitted in General MacArthur's late
niKht communique with the main thrust placed near the
Pohann-KiKy.- area, well above Pusan and alto dominating
the U'leHHuered town of TaoRU, hub of the U N central
defence
I 1.outline iiirreaponrient
Roy Macartney, sail thr America
Fifth A :onunutua1 drive la this realm
iparonUy named eonsider-
idm pound."
The second threat to Pui
,rom the south roasthas a_ ...
not been translated Into action, but
two northern divisions vere
ported massing; around Chlnju
another Communist division .
rurther north along Ihe Nekton*.
River
Keda Preaa On
General Mac Arthur report.
*ttiin (*inninunl*t pressure la
t.-il.v hi the northern %ertor held
by the South Korean Eiifhth Divi-
*le.n. ..s well as heavy Cmnm
artillery BIMl nuti'tur fire In the
area of the South Knrenn seeond
:
He;idniarters warned Ihul then
vas still dantei -.f u 1 -.v.
hrnuih on the 120-inlie fr.n
where, intelllgenee officers said.
Mir ('..ininunists could launch
." .itt.ick* .itMinsI -i vi .! vital
' '1 .it the ..in.1 Mini-
Sh.tr i> Communist activity In the
south pointed ineronalnily
aVlVl -11 the Clmijit-Masan axis
inwards llisan.
From this area ttettlef
pondent Alex Valentine reported
that Ihe North in stabbing attacks
were In a search for a po*>IMe
The. were thrown back all
IICMI Ota line WrlUvsut plereinK 11
lap
C.inimunlsl iiis .111*1
atrol - ti-.it-- UOBjatad they still
intended t<> make at least one
more .litcrmlned .ittempt to reach
' foil I hf Iillll.l-up of
United Natmu Force* faltiiq ln<
t.'lislt'
A North Korean communique
in..n.i h> Moscow Hiidm, claimed
Ion of v, nil. opaabUoni
in the Puitan area, with derailment
it .1 train carrying war inntertal.
. "I their feats
HeavleHt Preaaure
But the main North Korean
laid was slill .oiHciiUatcd np
the
1 piol
W.n-KWiin-Kunwl fr.
eta THeu. at the
. f the Allied soajeay line to Pusan
farther east they were exerting
"the heaviest pressure" Ma.
Arthur announced, attain*! South
Koreans.
South Koreans backed b* CX't.
attacked at dawn re.'.u.east of
Waegwan followi'ij, >ip yesterday*
offenaive. when they rolled Com-
munists i..Kk for nearly a mile
nillinit 300 and capturine 42
The newly.arrived American
Second Division which moved into
Ihe front-lino sector of the Nak-
long River to relieve the battered
24th Division captured high ground
overlooking the Communiat
bridgehead which threatened Tat-
Kii from the southwest They were
lobbing shell and mortar Ore down
to the river's edge
In the past 36 hour*. South
Koreans have punched 1.500 yard*
bowliiiH alley" near Tabu-
Dong. 12 miles north of the high-
water mark of their advance on
Ihe city. They were backed by
icrlcan troops and supported by
American artillery sending white
'hnsphomu* shells screaming eh
lo ridges flanking the valley,
Suppoitir. Southerners clear-
ed mud from a village cm the
tight where a pocket of Com-
munist* had fnitltnited.
Survivors were trying to get
back to their own lines whale
patrol* played hide and seek
with them among the rugged
ridge* Hanking the valley. It I*
dubbed "bowling alley" because
o.i.iiinun.Is persistently send
armour up the rued In a single
line to be knocked out by Amer-
ican supei-Bazookas, tanks and
..rtlllery
One mile of the road was Ut-
tired with ten splintered or
charred wrecks
Bed* Driven Back
On the South Coast where Nnrlh
Koreans were estimated to have
five full regiments, the outnum-
i-red American Infantry repelled
two Communist attacks during the
night They were harassed bv
sporadic mortar and artillery Are.
Northerners were moving rein-
it forcementi along the roast, mainly
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Seal. K.C M.O.. Heed of
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will be among the imnnpn ar-
riving by Ihc Gojnto'' from Eng-
land on Saturday September kid
Sir George M at present In Trini-
dad, and i> due bark this after-
Other passengers arriving bv
the "Golnto" are. MUs G. Benja-
min. Mr and Mn. H. H Hart.
Miss M Maude. Miss G Mcaghei.
Mr ..nd Mrs. E R. Molt. Miss
J Stanford. Rev H. St C
Tudor. Mi HP Watch, Mia*
C Welsh. Mm L Wolch. Mu-
ll A Walls. MU K A W.-Moi:
Mr J. ft. Cave. Major J I
Ciifliui. Mi C E Nrbletl. Mr
T A L Roberts, Capt. C R E
Warner and Major A S. Warren
Back From U.S. Holiday
MR DAVID READ, son of
Canon and Mn. Harvey
Read, returned from his 1)8
holiday yesterday morning; by
T C A To hear David tall It.
_ ortamly some holiday
SUvin* In Hillside. Wyoming. New
. ha also vlilted Buffalo aa
ai other parts of tqe coun-
Birthday Party
THERE as a large party last
night in the' Xanadu of the
Ocean View Hottl Hut was Mi
Victor Marion who was celebrat-
ing his birthday. Cara on the main
highway stretched from the Hast-
ing* Rocks past the Ocean View.
Married Yesterday In
Trinidad
MARRIED in Trinidad yealar-
day afternoon ware MM
Jessie Metides, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Oswald Mende* and
Ml John Rooks, son of Major *-y|R GEOFFREY RAMSAY wa
and Mr.-. C'ourtenay Rooks of 1*X among the passengers lea*
1-of-Spain. |ng by T.C A. yesterday morn!
QoJub Qcdlinq
orr TO I A.\AA
leaving bv TCA
A Wek in Trinidad
taiday ucrs (toft to itgkt) Mr. and Mrs. Deassoad Proverbs, Mrs. Bdna Hutchinson, Miss Barbara HutckiONon.
Mi. Uaoffray Rasasay, Mr. Keith Oaoelog and Mr. atanlay Baakall.
fill. UllUL USH1 MOM IKIUM I'M UTSSI llUf
\W% MMf imis HHBII t\\.l CO. IKUII JMIMl
Auocaita froducii-rdvunc Gi.iasat
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Also British Movietone News
KoreaSecurity Council's historic meeting
Anglo-American Universities Athletic Contests
at Whit? City
Bluebird ready to try again
Both John and Jessie are well oeonV la en route to Canada, b. t 1
mown In Barbados, and they are wtll ^ Bpendlng a week in Trim
K| ected to arnvc here to-day to 0^4 flr,t Formerly with Cable am
ipand their honeymoon at Accra, wireless both here and in Trim-
tocklaj*. dad, no doubt he has seveiu
Here For Three Weeks mends to look up m Trinidad, be-
(HIVING from Trinidad yes- fore he severs coniicclloi.s with th.
Wetl Indira to nettle in Canada
Harold said that hia Water Pol
am n Tiiindad wanted him to
play a match l>r them during Mm
hurt time he 11 thore Geoffrey
was a former member of the
r.llUh Wator Polo Club I'l
,'." over to Vancouver. Barbara ll
with the Royal Bank of Canada1.
Mi,tnch hare and Is on long leave
HOW
LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4 1tll.il
Republic Action Donblo .
William MAHS1IAI.I. Ai, 1, MARA
in "BLACKMAIL"
and "AN ANTONIO KID"
""h William Elllnl! Bobby Illak.-
MONDAY t TUESDAY 4.30 4 8 15
mtpnbUc Whola Son.I . .
"aUNO OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED
ROYAL
L
. LAW TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4. JO 6 30
B.yuiilii Bis DaubU -
Hc.Ihti ABM3TRONG Marlln KOSI.rTK
In "0AN08 Or THE WATERrRONT"
and "THE OATMAN 0E PARIS"
_____________''" KSMONI) A,l.lo MARA
MONDAY a TUESDAY 4 30 a a 30
WIN0IN0 ON THE RAINBOW and
"CALL 0E THE CANYON"
O I. V M |
LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4 30 k 8 30
Republic Big Double -
KivIkiuI AIIII'S Ciin.l WA! KER
in "IDENTITY UNKNOWN"
and FLAME OF BARBARY COAST
""I' JeBB Wayne Ann Dvorak
Monday A.30 and 8.15 Tuesday 4 30 Only
THAT HRKNNAN GIRL
and GOODNIGHT SWEETHEART"
Trinidad yes-
n. trrday by M W I A to
i|end three weeks with her family
u Mm. Dorothy GriRlth and aha
i-Milmg the hrst part of her
hollda) with her slater and
i [..tlur-in-law. Mr and Mrs
Richard Baneroft, who are holi-
riuylng at the Crane
Her two children Harbe.ru and
David ore already In Barbadoa
mi she eauevta her husband on
Saturday for two weeks. He Is with
mi Royal Itank of Canada In Port-
of-Spaln Her mother Mrs Iris
Patterson and sister In law Mrs
i 'luson, were at the air
iK meet her
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On Long Leave
MRS EDNA HUTCH1NSON
and her daughtvi Barbara
left ye*tenl-> h> TC.A lor -bout
eiglit oi ten wveks holiday in
Canada After arriving at Montreal
hey plan to i Igtt Toionlo and then
f eeaassj aMiF. abssa 'Ji -/ >..
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Back On The Job
a BILL RAMSAY T.C A
Wag Holidaying With
Parent*
A FTER two weeks holiday
Barbados Mr and Mrs
Desmond IVoverbs returned to
Canada yeslerdgy morning by
Navigator who was here tor T.CA. They were staying with
Mr, Proverbs' parenta, Mr. and
Mrs. I Q. Proverbs. Desmond is
i.t Mac Donald College, studying
for his Ph.D. His wife is a Cana-
dian.
'slop over.' was back
job yesterday morning,
hen he left hv T C A taking
< r from Sun Glemlenlng, whoso
turn It Is to spend week's stoo
B.ibado*. Stan Is staying
>t tho Marine Hotel.
Married At St. Leonard's
ON THURSDAY afternoon at St
Leoswrd's Church. Mr. Lisle
Clarke, of the Audit Office and son
of Mr and Mrs. T. A. D. Clark.- si
7ta Avenue Belleville was married
to Miss Juanita Morris, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Duncan Morris of
Station Hill.
The bride who was given la
marriage by her father looked
eh-.rw.ns In a dress of oyster staa-
uer satin ... bJonAr ls*. fV
bo lice hos cliSlAllJaj while IS--
full gkirt was prettily desismed in
B resUngola style with a flowing
ir.iil:
Her finger tip veil of tulle was
edged with blonde lace and was
kept in place by a pill-box head-
dress trimmed with lilies of the
valley. She earned a shower bou-
quet of getberas. radlanee rset.
Michaelmas daisies and tube roses.
Her Ma id-of-Honour wa* Misi
Merle Clarke, sister of the bride-
groom, who wont a mauw she-'
dress with picture hat to match
ana gold sandals.
The two Bridesmaids were Mi*
RoiDlincl Morris, sister of thv
bnde and Miss Monica Hutson
vhc wora aresa>(t of pink and b.u.
etta i natch iind gold unnals They v..
allind bouqueU> made in ho>
Tiie two biideMiiaidH were Ml>-.
Ushers were Mr, Cecil Frank
Clarke. Mr. Joseph Kirton and
Mr. Keith Morris.
The Reception was held st tha
home of the Bride's .m-ir
Bromley', Station Hill.
Back From B.G, Trip
MR. ADA COTTINGHAM was
at SeaweU on Thursday
afternoon to meet his good friend.
Mr. O. Henry, who has been u>
Brltlsh Guiana since April.
T.C.A. Personnel Retu
MRc
rn
Back To Univcrsit,
MR KEITH UOODING who has
been holidaying in Darbadoi
To Continue His Studies
MR STANLEY HASKELL. sot
of Mr. H. N. Haakell, forme. _
Headmaster of Harrison College with T.C.A.
Present Plans
AND MRS. PHIL II'
LARKE and Mr. and Mi>.
Ernest Campcau after two weeks
holiday in Barbados staying at
Cacrabank. returned to Canada
yesterday morning, where both
Mr. Clarke and Mr. Campcau are
--------------------------,.... _.-------------- with T.C.A. in Montreal,
since May 13th returned to Can- "d Mrs. Haskell, after four
ada yesterday morning where he monUu.' holiday in Barbados.
recently finished his third year staying with his family, lelt yes-
B Ic al Mu.ill University. He re- terday morning by T.C.A.. to T SEE that the Camera Clubf are
to continue his studies. return to his studies at Mac -L re-suirting their monthly meet-
Been in These Parts Since Donald College where he is ings tomorrow afternoon at 5 p.m
iq20 studying for his Ph.D. in Animal "' Wakeflcld. the British Council
RKPH^rNTATiVK ,n Vena Nulrl"1- headquarters. This club was
M'HL&fcNTATlVE in Vetie- -. ... formed about one year ago and
/.ucla of the Federation of *-** sais iilreadv hat auitc o fpw memben
British Industries to Mr. Rowland 1>>|R. JEAN BLONLWS sister Jut hop? loT^SmtmiS^SZ
Henry, who returned to Vane- I'L Laurette and her husband bership
'uela yesterday by B W. I A has Mr. Guy Durocher who have tinue,
jeen in Venezuela since 1046 nnd been hojidaying at Sam Loid's Their present plans are to
went ]ort f0r Canada yesterday morn- discuss the forthcoming Advocate
by TC.A., after two weeks Photo competition and the Annual
holiday in Barbados. Mr. Blondin. Exhibition,
is the Manager of Sam Lord's
nd this was his sister's first visit
l Barbados. In Montreal, Mr.
Durocher la an Automobile Dealer.
Undecided
TWO young Canadian girls
rived from Montreal yesterday
morning by T.C.A., and expect to
be In Barbados until the middle of
September. They are both students
at MoOill University and will
MBS. ANNIE BROOKS, daugh- tnerefore have many friends
ter of Rev. and Mrs. Fran- Barbados. -LTA ( originally from Texas has
pis Oodson who has been holi- They were a long time getting occn living for one and a half
laying In Barbados since August off the 'plane, and Joy must hive years in Aruba where he is with
12th returned to Montreal yester- made three attempts to get down the Lugo OH Company, has been
day morning by TC.A the plane steps. I don't think she holidaying in Barbados, staying
Ratiiritatft *-. Vannriiela v*a!< undecided about staying, but .it the Ocean View Hotel. Yes-
Cni m i Mn "Net? Vidmcr "* tin,e ahe apparently reman- terday he left here for Venesuela.
b'*i .t ft-aweU vesterdav ^^ something she had left to connect up with K L. M from
fft^CextTelT The{ wiMf. for whatever it was. However here for ton days.
ose Dclcnrrll. First Secretary at they are now comfortably settled p l P_-._ B....J- T-;
the Argentine Legation in Caracas, vith what should be an enjoy- B*ck trom Bermuda 1 rip
,!e hoUday In front of them KENNETH DAVIS. Part-
Gone For a Week JY1 ner of Messnt stansfeid
MR. BILL STUART. TC.A., Scott and Co. Ltd. returned from
Station Manager here left Ida Bermuda and Bahamas trip
Ly TCA, ycatcrdoy on a week's yesterday by T.C.A. There was
visit to Montreal. Bill's wife and no bsri weather up that side as a
daughter are alrgftdy in Canada r.*ult of the Antigua hurricaiw,
holiday. although It was very hot.
South America and the
Indies sin.e 1920 He visited Bar-
bados U-t in 1020.
Slaying nt the Crane Hotel,
was here for two weeks. A Lon-
doner, he hopes to return to Eng-
land In October.
From U.K. Visit
HS. AILEEN SEALY. who
seven weeks ago left by
the Golflto for a holiday in Eng-
land, returned yesterday morn-
ing by T.C .A., via Canada.
Returned To Montreal
M"
these meetings con-
Quick Work
AN airmail letter via T.C A.
timed In Montreal at 12.30
p.m. on Friday was opened at one
of the business offices in Bridge-
town yesterday morning at 9
o'clock. That's certainly quick
work!
Originally From Texas
\MR. EDWARD McASHAN who
*. tori
i-hose *
ng <
ife Incidentally i
few days more In Barba-
ios. and Mrs. Marie Vallenllla and
daughter OrttUna, Mr. Vallen-
was also in Barbados for
holiday, but he returned about n
week ago. He Is u lawyer in Vene-
ur|.i They were here for about a
nonth's holiday, staying at the
Paradise Beach Club.
pi'N
BY THE WAY ... By Beachcomber
seems to flicker over the librarian: "You hove said a Induce people to fill up the form.
loathsome surface of my paper mouthful. Yassah. I sure am Also, every town should elect l
like summer lightning over u ,rom No Orleens, law .takes, huh. Census Queen, who would be
nounuin of rollymolly and turn- huh. you all is ri*ggone tellln' kissed by the Mayor after he had
Me-cumtrivy. "*" The official scratched his signed his form. Mlmsie Slop-
First there il a picture of head. "You don t seem like an corner might tour England, as
W G Grace in his cricket cap American." he said. "Buddy." Miss Census, and read out. on the
his benign face moored in 40 rcP,*w* lnc librarian, "when steps of Town Halls, such ques-
fathom of beard Beneath Is yu"*e next In da States. I'll blow tlons as. "Was your grandmother
wnUen The Siegfried of Brit- vou *<> a baked clam and a bar- (paternal) happily married?"
sin Now rat me and sink me blcan ""d some cookies like only
nd stun me with eels, if i ever m old n.smmy can turn out On Familiarisation Tour
thought of a more exquisite com- Why should a lumber king
partson. All you have to do. to choose this place to stay? I fkMR. THOMAS BLACKSTOCK.
! savour the richness of It is to thought they all lived In suites In |iM- represenUUve of the Melville
imagine Siegfried 'in his cricket London?" "Patootle." replied the Travel Service in Toronto who
cap) at Lord's or W. G. Grace librarian. "I guess guys of my sort arrived from Trinidad on AuguM
taring Brunhilde on a rocky K big for a slice of democrat.!.- 24th left yesterday morning by
wicket living. And now, if you'll excuav T.C.A. for Bermuda. He is tin a
iin-, I must be scrumming, boio. familiarisation tour of the West
Sir*. Hit.urfilv* imvritun Wanna look up something in da Indies, and will spend a short
[rct.-i who had inter- ",ubltc library, yoo-hoo."
viewed Mr Chadstone re- Urand Crnuun Gala
-pitF,
1 VII
ported that the McGurgle estab- 'T'O guard against a universal Toronto
rtatnlv qualified for boycott of next year'
Ishment
Oovern
while In Bermuda, having ilready
vislted Trinidad. Jamaica and
Barbados, before he returns to
--------------ensua, With only two days here, he
id. as It seemed to Suet has suggested that the whole had a busy time and wished it
be full of American visitors. But thing should be organised mnn could have been longer. Sam
mclal was suspicious, as a popular quiz or question- Lords, he md, presents a very
ilong hlmselr On the naire, designed to appeal to the attractive 'Old World' atmosphere,
loorstep nr ran into the hbrar-an. public, than as a Government He thought however that the
Alia, p,I. said Mr Chadstone foolery Suet wants to add to the Island noeds more accommodation
You from New Orleans?" aske 1 census form a few questions about for tourists, as it has much to
the official "Sucker." replied tin- film stars. He thinks this would offer its visitors.
higher
md
Evans & Whitfields
DIAL 4606
DIAL 4220
JVST MX-
I.X
A I l\i: H&W
LADIES' CASUAL SHOES
In many $4.58
LADIES'
$6.28
STRAWS
$7.00
at 64*
YOUR SHOE STORE
/


SUNDAY. AUGUST 27. 19W
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGI TORES
.\l Th- < in. m. i
MADAME PARIS Gardening Hints ..
For Amateurs war In I.he Pacific
lr. JOW II \IIIIISOA
PARIS Sund,,) tad personality, even .f well over
IN a third lloor apartment over- the 00 mark, oao wear a dreaa in
looking the cocktail bar of the flaming raspberry red, providing
H.tz Hotel, ornately furnished with the line is perfect THE Rose has often been called
golden clocks. Venetian glass mir- And providing ah* knowsa< the "Queen of the Garden" and
animals, and Chanel knows awry line and rnoM hardeners have had the
AT 31, HE FELT LIKE Ml
OLD
I'lW Host- (ardeii
glass, glass everywhere, a
no longer young, lives as k
legend of the fabulous world
of Pans fashion.
She is Madame Chanela pei-
fume was named after her a
rich woman who made a fortun-
between the two world wars but
who no longer dresses the Inter-
nationally chic women.
She says: "One loses money
now in couture. I don't like losing
money".
MADAME lll.VMLS dress-
es: (above) (ilaay-type eve-
ning-gown in blark and
raspberry, the skirt b separ-
ate from ihr bod lee and made
in one rnormoua wrap-sround
piece. Material Is falllr. Ihr
frill* edged with red to match
the hedlee. The blouse lest Is
tllhtly liitinc rrossed over
and lied al the back.
< Below I RI.A( K II II I
evening gown. Transparent
ruehrd slip worn over a skirt
I alLihtlp stiffened tulle. The
top the same creaa-ever line
In black -ilk faille.
movement of her own figure. ambition at some time to grow
"Why-, .aid Chanel, throwing Rang.
wide her hands, should a woman Tht- cultivation ol Roses in Bar-
bados is not difficult, although u.
never get such good results as arc
(fctaincd in England, ret, WMI .,
little- knowledge, and some inlt-al
trouble. Rose-trees will succeed
in Barbados well enough to mak<
By G. S
TWO of thf bloodiest and most famous battle* to lake
nlace in the Pacific during World War II- are depicted in
"SANDS OF IWO JIMA", now showing at the EmptD
Theatre They are the battles oi Tarawa and Iwo Jima
both of which will long be remambered by officers and
men of the United Slates Marine Corps, whose i"b it was
to capture these two Jap atrongholds.
The rlg&
h;:l^bsrs:-1,"~ row- c ^u.'^dm'^T, ^
of training and life tague
:i
ivorth while
Position
of US. Marines constitute the play _
story of this war Aim. Under the farm.-
down to Ihe present day,
"Reaeanna Met'**** no*
at the Globe Theatre.
American feud Is brought
-trees like an open sunny hard tutelage of seasoned to U-.> screen The hostilm De-
spot, sheltered from excessively sergeant who a alternately dis- twflei, the saturnine, mountain-
high winds They will not succeed liked and appreciated by his men. eerlr.g Hatflelds and the Cod-
under the shade of trees or in a thy era led by him In their first fearing farming McCoys it legen-
bed infested with tree-roots, taste ol actual warfare the land- dar> m America, and has been the
Ro*e-tree* are seinsh plants, and mgs at Tarawaand finally In the theme of foUt-songs and ballads as
demand a bed or Tub all to them- battle of Iwo Jlm. where, after well as ..tones
stives, so. do not put a border ft'Ur days of murderous fighting. .. _^_
f annuals around your Row the Sur* and Stripes Is raised on Jg*' ;\ "^un.J *' .K'
h,.is as- lUck in bits and piece* Mount Surabachi. Into theso lucky mountains, the film tells the
o other plants here and therT and backgrounds, which ff of the love of Johnac Hat-
?W Zrn,,iiiM frea taken from autneniic docu- flcf? ,or Hoseanna McCoy. It la
ftonT tr^-ioote^(and^rSUra ments are blended the conflicts. '" ' colour and jeflups
,!. ~ ,> m rven under ramaranar e, and personal action* *Wo tMI*e tg-e Iwlween
tUta! and ifX spoTS wind- "d reactions encountered when ^1 toy* "d old hatreds, as lh
swept give thi
'planu'some"^ ncn vt different education, back- ** fi*"1* dtermlne to vivent
- w!nd ground, faith and ideals are * ***
"town together under the stress Than, ha. haa-n n.> adsaaaau aa
of war.
tivticn from the ...
She And Preparation Of
The-Beds
For single row of Rose-plants, whore the
three feet is a comfortable width unit, take their pin-
to make the bed. For a double panorama of battle
row, a five foot wide bed Is just
right with the plants placed three
be made to suffer in a dree
hich she cannot move from Uie u out to a oeptn oi iwo ***. uu% h mm M*-.lut
knee. down, with a neckline should the ground be at all soggy, ^nwnn* Purely beet!' it I-
whlch is one long fear of exposure diK out -"other fooVand put (n lradl|to ln m 1mmay, Both m,
mid a waistline which kills the -
enjoyment of a good meal?
I live these days mostly in an well drained bed. Now fill I
Atlantic liner between Paris and cavity with a mixture
solid fighting <, my of hfe Uv portrnvwi
the hug* .rcurfciciy There , nimllilil
musical background and splendid
ngh.. ^ p. at, pu-oinrj. J^J't*t&*f t"^''"^'^&T\^
in feet .part To prepare th,-bed, dl J"1' ",.,- ",2 Su <: '>"' Charts lla-kford aial
! ". 5* t? ^'tfi <*%? '" <*' yeun7~dslSdwho "aj-noad Uae,.
: a layer ol "amertcme, '<>r drain- pn convinclnK performance.. .,!
ge as Ro trees must have a d| M U]e olhor mcmbOT or of hahtet vein I. "Wallllner"
I S '''"* CMt ",'l,l<'h ""* mn weU "" P'>ln "l "> Aquatic Club
well CBaaao to represent the diffarent From all reports, the accent in
New York I need drives that black mould lei-mould, well tyvm cncounKwd ,n troup & this nlm 1.. on youth, wlt|i plenty
1 can roll Into a ball and put on lotted cow manure anil '""' Hahtlna men of comedy and romance. Starrlne
'UTStX-m* of a So-VST'baS l!".P8hih.,.J.M. ihade(.,,h the c-oper.Uon of ^T).TT.^0i7U, ISSSi
^^fu^i^
"2 K d 21 stf & o^! tirJTJS a^^ayvTaea a." ^^ lys^ssa.
to add that Uie pUntlna II bombardment, and baltle .cenw and aapMallcated step--tei
i I.- ulen kaiM.1 Ku ...i< Jaa .-w-i-iuv if tlBUs* B IIIIDlllv of ma lam In >K. ^. .. r. .
.kiUully Inter- |. ihc a i
1 she said.
1 Chanel effect is also helped by "^^.traas' wUTatoO sWaaadlU have a quality of realum In Ih. ,'wVh'uiThelp V,"l bar f
about three or four poundsby ,,nttd ln l.rae tubs, nil ;>h aetyal >ounds snd ilahts of war. *. ,,., In wlnnlnR ibe
Tl __- __ It.riL ...- Ihi
naafl
f*hhW Ihc ramaeff to rasfara
YOUTHFUL VIGOUR
This yotiQn man was bvlng
rreinatiirelv aired by kUney
ina In his l.-ttat
how Kruf< hen i him baik bU
bal< h alter wnvka of pain '
"I auft"reil for weeks from
kidney trouble an-1 telr like ast
old man ..;'t'..ni.rh I sm only it.
If I StOOpivl U) .1. -ny'liiru- It
waa agony to stralanten up
again f*fvral pe-l a>1vlssd
me to try Km-- hen Salt- aa they
had founil fl.nin wonderful. I
trietl ihem and found they cave
me relief from pain, and I fslt
better in .-very . 1 shall keep
on with the daily doeo because I
can now do my day's work snd
not feel any tho worse for It."
8.VXJ.
Unleaa the kidney* function
properly, certain m-wi *>a\ats.
insCeaa of oelng espelled, are
allowed to pollute the blood
*
i tr
able.
wnHalnta -backache, iheuma-
tlsm and eiceaalve fatigue.
KniFH^ben In one oi Ihe finest
-v.irettr* or kidney sperionta.
'I'ne *mall daily doae koeps toe
kidney .-land other inten. til organs
workiiist smoo'.hlv and naturally,
ho thai the- blood stream is
purlReil and vigorous health
restored *
Ask youi nearest Chemist Of
Drug more for Krusvliea.
and chunks of false
Now mine are reed."
The value? "I don't even k
But she dresses herself as only said Chanel, "and if I did ni
herself can. Amid the gla
animals, the Chinese tables ar
those hard, high, uncomfortabl
sofas that the French love, sh
weight of jewellery. th0 same mixture that given for ,.-,,.-,-...... mB _, *h, wants rrom under her sl.trr ^
"V, said Chanel, 'Now imitate fc^ U!rw\N>A McCOY noaa, only to have a situation
Ihe false Years qgo 1 stalled the Planting ,, velop where she Bnd her
dress jeweUery' voguo so that nlanting the lue-tree, do Family feuds have long oeen friend land In JalL There should
omen could wear ropes of pearls Ivn, nS the mi-ttake of planting g* ^U"J* stones
,,,,t nv.ke ihe miitake of planting M* subject of pla.*s and novels, be plenty of laughs,
oJ.^oVdeep 12) too loosely. *rom the Capulets Wid the Mon- endii-g U happy
If the plant Is an imported one
gnv" see that the hole is wide enough .
w U (or the roots to be spread out
not the time to talk about it when to their full length all around,
one thinks of what has been hap- the plant is taken from
penlng in the South of France. turn it out of in
With a black, tulle dinnergown mould around
pot with the
n intact. Just
stones nt the
pi anting ft- To
tread the ground
rtg ENGLISH FOR AMERICANS
posed for ROBB and myself in wom wtth a small eye veil, removing the
the six dresses she is taking with Chanel wore a triple rope of o0"01" ticto'*
' ^ S Sl Hlanln. ft K-JeeV ,;
p3S!! .tuTrSrS < *V ""-1" ^
'< Fred II... rdii.u.
They
ill. Sonar*. I
Loudwatar,
LONDON. Cambridgeshire; t'p
American tourists sre chucklinjt Sale Chesahire.
simple dresses, with waist, a real ruby and emerald r'.n*',.JnJ^?'JI!!l for Hose-trees t> vfT aome of the "quaint" and Buckinnhamshirf. Eye. Hereford
the old "Chsnel touch", unique necklace, an emerald pendant -' saasq ^ flRn wl "amuslnt" places they hsve "dls- ahlre; Pokesdown, HamreJure,
because, though hundreds of the ze of a pullet's . pearl '"> "' _ound while the covered" while having a !oc*-eee Tar Pots. Essex and Zeala. Dorset
AOmen would gladly buy them, earrings the sise of a half-crown, "ay ? ,. y., k^ Kcp., loose at the countrvslda. eauy winners for their NaMkttn
aid rings reaching up to the mid- '""JJJy" ,k^i They found both a Sharp Noaa countle..
ROBB chose two which Illustrate dleknuckles of her fingers. and a Bugle In Cornwall, a Strange pronunciations baffled
how a woman with courage t 8 Treatment Twiu-hmg in Devonshire and an lha Americana. Who would diesm
nlve the Rose trees a good Hch,en Abbas In Hamaahlre. .that to pronounce Cwnt. Mon-
DaaSaa ri*j. Avoid fre ..fh" ' a Rum In Invemes- mouthshlre. toe .ecret I. to 61
uen "St aprlnklaigs. as this ''" B*y4 g~r In Devon- will, your tongue through ,.
Sa InVrooS to come too near SI" "" " ""~ ' Hert- teeih and y -whim."
I surface aeealng moisture '""f"' Lacab m mffkey, Norfolk
ilead M alrtalria d!wn Rose- N"> ' 'rom Cherry Tree, e^i, Ihrtr lumMl,
.^STar? rVch feedm and need lgj"^\i!jfrJ&*!!Z: SaWkatr. Inh.bit.,,1. iu Cl
only their creator will wear tlirm. and rings reaching up to the mld-
OBB chose two which Illustrate dleknuckles of her lingers.
how a woman with courage 1- 8-
WOMAN TO WOMAN:
The Beret Moves Back
. more spicy
By St'SAN DEACON summer and a heav;
rr-vHE Rapque beret, worn hy one in the winter.____
next season of the large pliable
berets women have been wearing
These new, small berets are now
worn straight, and slightly to the
back of the head.
In Paris, women are wearing
them with ...
eye-veil or with a diamante clip
p'inned straight on the front. These noted:
berets are easy to wear with the A coll
. White
BA
regular applications of manure
Cut off all dead flowers, and
dead wood. and. when plcklns ar
Uie Roses cut them with, a good -
]ength stem, aa this keeps the
tires pruned, all the pnmlng il.
nhire, and then
- Strawberry KMmtt Gloucestershire m
lull In Mlddleses. -Stater" a. the correct p.
Surrey (ounly boasts a Hogs Mon ,mt ,,. Tjjj,-,,, , s,
.ek Devonshire a Sheep) Waah 0 f demand that the plan
bit andl"a" Sw'iniahaad ""* "Sl ""'"
In tauicarhlre'tourlit) found a .When il cornea, to Welsh iiani-i
If 2^,7. "' l-"ne. a DaiK-y Field .nd 'he Y-ak.,- loun.u .....|.ly >...
dry monuia glvf, ui. wonderad about Besaea O' Th up. Tab reportei will leave il
i rest, by picking oil B.irn al|<| Chorlton-Cum-Hardy. to the reader to try to pionouiu.
ing the watering, sjhhy-De-La-Zouch i lances- for aaampl.. Abaryitwytli, Us-
lershire always hit them Ukc chwr, Mynyddlshlywn, Llancal
ejpttal-ln-The-Street, Lincolnshire ach. Llanerchymed, Llanuwchlly
B and Ball or IJaraTalrpwllgwyrigwlulogery
ir. ,...., .h n..*i.i. chwryivlrobwlllUntlstlingo|--.i;nch
T AM constantly ked by women Ik.W.sTS Bali 'Sd a <** "^^\.
I the difference between toilet .red with rows of braid. *C**OR __________________________ S.mdwich. in Derbv.Kire n Bols- Vcs sir. Ihut's all one *ord
over and a WhaUandwell while " "> lown ^ ">o nrst railway
Perfume is the strongest, most g-iONCEALED lihting gives an when the curtains are drawn | Gloucestershire there was a V "f AngeUey, Walos, oi. Mil-
concentrated scent Cologne is the Ks original effect to an ordinary Cupboards with glaw doors. i.|auahUll und chipping Sod- ''n Urn from Landon to Ilolv-
weakest living-room. It is simple to arrange flowers arranged in a recess book- ury head. Most fsdaA it *
Toilet water is not strong enough and not expensive if low power shelves and w,n.do*_by1"11,1.looK Uighloii Buzzard and Luton ^*nrwir and le* It go at that
look . The Urchin Cut
shoes usually grubby.
Some idea*
ALL braid In different colours is necessary
_ _jed to trim many of next During the
wide meshed coarse geason's clothes l.oaetrees
Here are some ideas t have j.11 buds, li------
d trashing over the beds attei
manner that a cane field i
hair styles
Perfume points
AM constantly asked by women
the difference between toilet
a tor. Cologne and perf
of while silk ball braid
vi. a plain black dress. Black braid trashed.
edging the lapels of a dark green Trie beat dowering time for
Jacket. A black plush beret cov- [{oaav-trees is during Uis> rain.-
/red with rows of braid. reason.
Soft light*
to be used as a regular perfume. bulbs are used Fix light* under
Use a light flower perfume in the the curtain pelmet to switch on
attractive when softly lit
London Express Service
lloo took the prises for Bedford- Bailv
.-.hire with Six Mile Bottom, fair."
i/ guides cut it
Lla.ll-
So easy to apply
So soothing to skin
So kind to clothes
llptfo&m
hcvmpto 5
iimoK
No oil'> ihiii.ixxi I.oi row th*
um m.(Hl 1 AMOltN-b rod ||taSf lor
tXltHilul. lutl'Otii lUHf
loii(rH he cm Sit new sheen
in your hair. Mil !. c.nes**We wjttne.,. Y..
fonigrit . il you uve lu.ire-Creme ShAn>poo
lodi.-! Only Lu.lrc-C*e-"C Ui thi. nugKdll
blend of ictrel tngrrd.er.U plus gentle laraoiir
So fKh-lsthering in nsrde>t water, leavet ha
fragrantly clean, ih-ning. arid so iriansgeable. Try iudre-Cremel
Now on sale everywhere i" Ihe hirdiome blue and white jir.
NOT A 50AI" NOT A HC-.WV UT A WONrXAfUl ISIW Of*rOVf"T-
' r-TOO WilH LANOLIN (OH M." LUSlSOUi GlAMOSeOUS H
the desert boot. Men all over the world are
. it . supple suede uppers . pliable
rt'pe rubber soles . ankle protection . Clarks
craftsmanship. You'll like it.
opowf
SEA VIEW GUEST
I1AST1NOH, I.AMIAIH.S
CXIl.I.I.F.NT CUISINE
ni.LV sunn i> MB I
KATI-S: $SO0 per Ifjt
upwards
(Ineinslvel
Apply--
airs. W. S. mWKI.[.
1 DESERT BOOT
r by C. a \ C\r* ltd (Whoieuie only) Street. Somer.tt. tngland
LOCAL AOSNTS I I A CO.SAI-BADOS,
}UA%cqft.t

electric fans
Specially designed for Barbados, this
brown broque is now on sale in
the leading stores. See them for yourself
made by
JOHN white
Vim will always, feel cool and reffwhedwith
a C.B.C inn. And )i>u ran depend on il, for
it is maHj arcoi'ling to G.E.C standard* of
quality. Table, wall, ceiling and exhaust model*
itt available in many diHcrent designs.
THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD.
BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
SENT1NC THI GENtMl IUCTMC CO. ttO. W EKCUND
/^FRESHER BREATH
...not for minutes
Id scientific tests, more than 80%
of cases of simple bad breatli were
overcomenot for minutes but for
hours with a single brushing of
LISTERINE TOOTH PASTE-
COMPARE THIS WITH ANY
OTHER DENTIFRICE!
You're ok* 10 be Dear with your hresih
weet sod your smile sparkling wheo you
use New LISTFRINK TOOTH PASTB. Il
Clislics teeth whiitr t .freshen* breath
tier. Use delightful, rafr,,bi*g New
Unmpfll TOOTH PASTE!
igCLusivi
ACTION AND airai.i
I riAvouti
New USTKRINB TOOTH PASTE tlcans
your teeth to spafkling -"' beauty. Its
bdsaaVg Lu,ter(aai action aoJ KStiul mioty
H.>ur bathe youf whole mouth in loogar-
laitingFRPSHNTsS.



PAGE rOTT!
SUNDAV ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. AUGUST K. 19S0
J. W.BYER SCORE 100 FOR POLICE
Wanderers In The Lead
In Game With Pickwick
SCOREBOARD
IMPIBF n r.r*BIAN
-I VKM*' '-I '....... -
. [> l.-ihrr
.,f 111.
W. : ;..
"i Um on
FINI VVKATHKK prevailed ycsterdaj aa the Ihli I *
team? I n-ree with you, y,rtt Division Games opened, and brighi cricket waa the k
of all the rajoMnc. The order of the day. -
Teat match in J. W. Dyer, veteran Police batsman helped himself to
proven century at the
.mu.
u Aifctyif -
i,uti i
EoWM lb. h S
'
WHAT of the :
this 11 a Uranya, queetkl
West Indians, who before Ihi!
EnaJami, now by popular opinion, rank with Australia in proven century at the expense of Combermere, and this was Oh.- r ^fillT^ ?""
pay to rjjuc. b&g j^tyjg^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ best In(j)vidua, ^ for ^ ^ ^
for the West Indies to visit Australia u. 1B62-M or 1UM-M, then what (UMBLI.MKIE ya, POLICE
are our chants for securing the services of the key men in this team? Polk* In the flrsi place I give my irrevocable opinion that one of the Police scored 230 runs for the
safest measures U that each.of the amateur members of the l50 West loss of A wickets against Comber-
Indies team should receive a bonus of not less than 3SU from the mere utter batting the whole day
West Indie* Cricket Board of Control out of the profits gained from at Combermere yesterday when
this tour. the third round of First Division
Cricket got started The 230 runs
IN THE PAST, NO BONUS *ere built up chiefly by J. Byer's
* confident century at number four
T is true that in the pail we huvK never been able 10 lay any sloio befi
U Kvalyn c D Al.i-.-~i. b T Pi-
ll K... . Bl Hill b T l\-r. .
G kamarhu b P Alklnton
. li.l | It Alturi ..- b I AT..i.
r Rs
Mil Una lot.
W.lll.i
by from the profit* gained lrom West Indies touring teams to hehlnd the stumps off a slow ball
England and conversely from M.C.C. touring teams to the West indies ',om Knight.
The lilM) lour presents a dillercnt picture and Uie West mui.ui Throughout the da> PollM had
Cricket Board of Control will receive prullts o( several Uiousanos oi complete control of the Comber-
c.103. The other two wickeu
I ell quickly afterwards.
COLLEGE tb. CAKLTON
Carlton ................... lag
College (for 1 wkL> ...... #7
HAKHISON COLLEGE . la -
strong posiUon of gaining first
iiinings lead in their First Divi-
_. sion match against Carlton at th" ,
1 he was caught by Norville College grounds
in
.11 f Wick** : I r k; 1 M 1. 1
St. 4 for *. 1 *>, si; tar tfc "
S lor lit: for 1ST; 10 lor 1ST
OWIIN1 \NAI.VII8
William
AHayn
M
M rl.,bmi
M.i.h!l II I S
_ ABuaMia 4 1
1 fof D Alklnaon If 4 7 I
T Plerc* 11 1 4
WAMDKBias lil 1 lnt.
N Mar-Hall b I! Jordan
I Atkiiuun not o-.t
a Piwtrfci c b H. Mar-hall
D Aiain-on not out
Extra.
Total
i for 1 wkU I
A visit to the Government Farm at inc fine Estate during the
week lias set me thinking very seriously about an aspect of racing
in Barbados, and Trinidad loo, for that matter, which causes me
considerable annoyance. It is mainly to do with ihe breeding slot
of the sport.
Bui why, I would like to know, is Kacing not regarded as a
kind of industry in these two colonies. When compared with racin.
in England, where there is *i National Stud, It seems to me thai
we have far more reason for regarding racing in these Islands b
an industry than there Is in the United Kingdom.
pounds.
Nov. u> the lime UH
those who have sacrificed much i
parative standards.
mgible appreciation lo be *iv
i lite nope ol earning; Mile i..
to
AMAiEUKLSM v. PROFESSIONALISM
I suflered much from this bogey of
mere bowlers, and change afli
hange. until lh eventually
bowled seven bowlers, made but
little impression on the stolidi'.> of
the Police batsmen. Thi-
were scored off 77 overs
Byer did not show marked po|- ,
ish and flash, but punished tho 23 -* -** lo" ' four Wfefc-M
loose balls and batted with a cool IH before Hutchinson was
watt i
NAtv-ii
Carlton won the toss and '
out to bat on perfect wicket
Tney only managed to score lit
m reply College are 67 for the
loss of one wicket.
..-kipper Hutchinson and I*-nt-
Wll lams, who shared in a aVftb .
wt-ket partnership, saved Canton {""' | I H
from looking like a dlsastrou ^ a/a&5i t 1
fall, Thev took the score frr>r roues . toMBsaattaK
i mi I' I !
_ illaiknian b Oranl
I Ta..lt.r lb. b Sn.ll
t.lram : b. 1
Total do.
BOHI lV'
. ESSBSB
WE in the West Indies ha
so-culled amaU'urism. Tne time la ripe for us lo improve security which outdid Comber- '*" * Willlama koockad up 17. 9*^~Z*'nS' ciiit"i"KnWht""1'
upon Uns ooviously unretl state of affairs. mere's most strenuous efforts. He The College attack and fleldim: T VyaTn-i KakcM b iiki^
It is common knowledge Uiat vvny member of the 1MB Australian hit 9 fours and one six. It onlv was good. Cainmie Smith sent ii wnuhir* a B**kii-
team to England received a bonus of C8uu from Braumsn uown u> took him a short
Neil Huvay, the youngest member of (he learn, and there
"proloMionais" included m the Australian team.
A-hlle
at tfTe
aere no
in and capture three
a law x Udaot
member 01 the siatr oi
rsity, wnl be suiyiihg 0:1
W.I. FINANCES
I SHALL, rruke but a finny ap|*reci.au>n ol ihe financiiil s.utus aim
conuniunents of some o! lbs leading players on the West nuhci
team and this should l ajn posing.
Alan Kae, West Indies opening batsman
at Lincoln's Inn and C. "Boogies Williams,
Harrison College and a B.A.. ol Uurnam Um'
in England on a year's posl-grauuate course.
Clyde Walcott, who u one of Uie must cunuus cases 01 all, is an
insurance agent and his six months absence overseas will mean much.
Evan 111 our moments uf fondest imagination one cuuiu not think uuit
the not too lavish allowance of 14 per week would equate with any
decent percentage ol ins commission as an insurance agent.
Alfred Valentine, Uie s.ow lelL arm bowling find ii due to fill .1
post as a muctumsl in Jainuua ii fie does 11U rveunsiuer nis uecision
not to go hj India as a member of the Commonwealth u tm turn WUMr,
ket to get the going of the for 33. Corbin look three for 40
bowling and thereafter, he timed and King two for 28. The oVi
rtii strokes nicely After he had wicket was taken by Worme 1.
reached his 100. his keenness Ihe tol, o( ^ n^ after h. ha ,
slackened and he soon got caught. |I)lWicd four ovcn
II Wiltshire with 24 arid G.
Cheltenham 33, were the other two
tall scoring batsmen.
1'acer S I. Smith, during a spell
nf 2d overs of which 0 were maid-
ens, was the most successful bowl-
The College opening pair C
Smith and M. Worme broke dow
:i" Carlton opening attack an-.
Lhej were forced to bring on thei
spinners. Worme gave Kenr-
M""li b Smltli
I ol wlchrt* I IS; S 1ft: 3
If. b 5 T m. SSM
HOWLINC AIIAXIJP
rail of wiekat. I41, S-1S0
rOI.UEOI CABLTON
CAILTON-111 laalac
F llultrilnxin b J. Corbin
O Bdahlll c Smith b J Corbtr
N I.wai c wfcpr iHarrlaoni b
J. Corbin
It HXRl^ETl^cV|Wk'b'KlraJ"','
l> William* Worm, b ^mlth
W (irrrn.iinr r wp iHarrlwirn
b "i. a
II CM not out
Fall of wickMa: 1-1: S~; 110; 4-
13 1--1W; 41ST: Tl; 144: B- 14?
BOWLtrlG ANALYSIS
At first glance these may
Racing in England, one will
now for iw- Kuudred years oi
ihuusund horses taking part at
appear lo be exaggerated words
empted to say, has been carried on
more and today there are a few
meetings with millions of
Corbin
If 1
M Worme 4 I
K Kim it I
C Smith IT 3
r RlMkmin f |
HABKISON t OLUOr l.l la
C tmlth not M"i
M Worm* r a. i> K Hntchln>on
H Bock not oul
Mrss
er He took four wickets for 44 Hutchinson a return
i .Um,: iuai hun
e knee examined
i England before
WEEKES UAb KNEE TROUBLE
^VKRTON WKKKKS. thu u,csl iikiios aiumalcd i
has cartilage trouble in i'tie k i.ci- Heistohave .
and if an operation u. neovftsary it will be performed i
he returns to Burbados.
He will return to England, of course, to play again in League
cricket in the Lancashire League.
This subject of professionalism voisus aiiiatcunsm. l have
vasi' carefully. 1 find that no one can seriously maintain thut Su
Donald llradman didn't racetve considerable indirect nnuncial beneiil
rrom his magnificent i-erloiiiuim-e*upari lioin the glUa got n^-ni
weal thy patrona.
runs. C. E Heckles took two wick-
ets, but his bowling yielded 62
runs.
Police won the toss and decided and Hock 14
to bat on the good wicket. C
Hlarkman and F. Taylor opened
their innings, and against the
Sicers, S. I. Smith and M E
urrpll, began a cautious, but
confluent period.
Both Smith and Murrell caught
a good length early and scoring
Smith and R. Rock scar.
ipidly until stumps were draw
At the close Smith was 44 riot on
o V Elliott
r Harm
U n Kniaht
WA1UIMI'
l"i. Kl, K
A M Taylor I b w b
G I- Wood c Provarb
T 1 Blikelt I b.w. b
H Kldnav b D. Atklr
Total

BOWLINO ANALYSIS
The sti.r;
Carlton opened their first inn-
ings with L. Hutchinson and
G. EdghiU. Edghill played the son after going forward i
first three balls from J. Corbin. mg one from C. Smith,
who opened the College attach
from the Park end. He took
n adshm
D Willlama
>S K Or*nlda>
W. Oraanldar
* K W.,n
1* K Huchlr.n
people in attendance, either betting or taking some active pan
ihe upkeep of horses and tracks, etc. But the fact remains thai
racing in England, no matter how many people are employed In the
process, or how much is paid in taxee io the Government, is still run
chiefly for the benefit of those who own the race tracks. If a r.
track ceases to make a profit for its shareholders It Is not long
before it ceases to function altogether.
Now here, in this part of the West Indies we do not suffer b)
comparison when it comes to the number of people pro ratio to the
population employed in carrying on the racing game, or the nun '
of horses in training in relation to the number of people who can
afford to keep them. But we are decidedly in a better position when
:t comes to the question of print, for, racing in these islands is run
for racing's sake, and no other. That is, all profits made from racing
out here is immediately put bark into the game It-elf and barTing
the Government, the lucky punter and ticket hoMtr, the lucky horse
owner, and numerous hard workid employees of Qm v.irious racing
bodies, there is no other section of the community which benefits
from the revenue derived from racing. In addition to this, racing-
also causes a number of people to be employed .muly tn look after
the welfare of the horses themselves.
Having established the fact that racuig i i .r. Ii run on u non-
profit making basis and taking into consider..-!on tha revenue, em-
ployment and recreation which it provides for the community as a
whole, why. then, should the local government excluda the thorough*
As far as 1 am
d miss- L. F. Harris Joined Griffith. This
Warren pair only added 7 runs for the sev-
t out but was soon caught by ond wicket. Williams, who was
..-- substitute fnr J Williams off bowling steadily all the while from hred race horse from its stock breeding Mtlvtttl
was uphill work, ih.- best efforts angle off the fourth ball. In th. the bowling of King for three. the Southern end, got Griffith to concerned there is no satisfactory answer to that question
Eoniy com -dink singles. With the ,m_ h Hutchiruion who went K- Hutchinson was next in but drive out at one well up on his
VhRTON WEEiCJS.thaWesrtiiwi^aiu.natidrung.-tttnginachine score 15. Taylor, who had so far uunloMlaceU,^BV8c.clin howled he was soon after clean bowled leg stump
haacaruiagc trouble in one kne,-. He .s to have ii1ene....x:..n.ned '-nly ^ '^ wag gttdjMd lMlfor(. ^,d nja accolin, i, C Smith before he opened his Griffith mistimed and was bowl-
KMhirdovcr HU IrTtwo olers N- S. 1-ucas filled the breach is-eoum The Carlton innings dos- ed neck and crop.
r.d been mnideti In the last baH but when the total was nine ed at 148 with Cox seven not out. With the score at 31 for l
xS!Zw^tS^&fl& C. Smith at first slip took a brll ramm'e Smith and W. Worme ^orry" Pilgrim partnered Harris
loined HUckmanI. n ,de an uncer- bant Irfl hand cateh off the bowl- '^^^ ** Sth^'.^" Smith S? M **-*** ln ,">">'
all. stroke and spooned the ball to ing of Corbin to dismiss EdhW f^0^.^"**^ oV" gj'jg" Bnd,1SkiPP*n; A1"^1^
Murrell who took ihe catch He for four. !Tm gdghl1' ?** ^"rkA*t!d' brought on Mlllington in place_of
had made no additional runs. Shipper R. Hutchinson wit. Tlu'-V "Tied the total to 19 be- Barker and himself from the
With J. Byer and Blackmail us- next out to bat. A run later LttOBl KiJffPrm5 *** /!,U( ""J So'hn ond
ssssi tas?z i&FSi as? izsrsFx? *sx *!&&& sk ^^b.u o. >* ***
EASY JOBS STTSciaaiad L T -g--glg*. over "Pd **E the Park end. Worme made four, over saw Harris going back u. the
a^OLF 'blues' in togland, I evau raad, tltwd i be offered Sood;obs down "S, 1e of seorlnrillS? JJgT l^ca"^ade ~ve H Rock parser,,, Sm.th who soon pavilion for a well played 14
Von the Stock Exchange and some ol the lilies of the tennis Knight made n double change and Tf' A o^raankbta who ti> I ??*"*} hl*. "Ua?ler century. Harris plami forward to a leg
lawns who loiled not, neither did they spin (except on wet courts, brought on his spin bowlers, Grant .._{*, iiulcn\r^ ^neatc^ to !- 1 Vi^ B two,ana hn** P-tched on hU leg stump.
have made more thai, .omlo.t.ible incomes out of sport Brim and 3eekles Heckles got an accur- ^^^SS^S^S^TimwZ ur'S8'0 ^ ,hc '.^ Vff **?" dld n0t ** ,OUch "nd lhe *
Here in the West Indies the.-e Is not that ideal set up and the ate length in his first over but !*!^.gJ?ow * "*,tL. t*. W. Grronidge. Smith continued to took his centre stump
vho took
Wwit lndktn Cricket Board murt step Into the breach. Knight was treated -. .
I for one have fiemd that there are tw. cars and a bungalow m-biiI respect. He got a wicket in * m w-a^^-
waiting for Soniy Haiuadiiin in Trinidad and one wonders wlu such his first over, however It was ","n torhiii at the lark end m
a fund has not yet been started hero say for Walcott, who by virtue a slow ball which bowled Black- score wasi six.
But what makes it worse is the fact that the Government, which
has an annual revenue of some 10.000 from racing, actually had
a thoroughbred stallion standing at the Pine Estate, and, would you
believe it. sold him to one of the other islands. As an incidental it
is interesting to note that this stallion, William's Hill, had his first
progeny appear on the race track at our recent imeting and although
only a half-bred he still managed to run second once to Bevt Wishes
while he defeated his other rivals who were all thoroughbreds.
But right now I am not concerned with whether William's Hill
will be a success as a sire of race horses or not. What I would like
to see is not only another stallion bought but some thoroughbred
mares as well. Spread them around the various Agricultural stations
and breed pedigreed horses just as pedigreed cows, goats, sheep, pigs
Ith but cuhl by V. smltt on uBowl- ,^-e BouniUrle; Iroely oO Oio Spn.n wm. U.n SB for the- los. aod Culnn pig. ore bred there tod.y Abov. UM let m be Hd of
i Iiiii (if Wnrnut uilti. tfmit t vc >-aa>> ,.!.- -.. Ir U.ie.h>__------- .1____. - ...in. ts.i w. l.l '
of his profession must be many many dollars out of his pocket be- man when
cause of the West Indies lour.
attempt The
1631.
made a swiping
orehoard Ihen read
Wa
"ught
SIX MEDALS FOR THE BOYS
Sport fans will be glad to know that Mr. Ernie Proctor,
known local turilte and sportsman has ordered six sliver medals
*old facings from Mr. Louis liny ley, one of the colony's best known
silversmiths to be presented to the six
contingent of the iW.m Wrs, Indies team.
llon'ble V. C Okie will make the presentation and the jovial Byer's wicket was still intact with
Ernie tells me that he diMies to make special mention of the able 48. He had hit one six and four
manner in which Skipper John (Joddard led his team and also of fourg Wiltshire was then not out
the competent managership of Jack Kidney. with 12 runs.
After lunch. Byer and Wiltshire ,
INTERESTING WATER POLO settled down to punish the bowling delivery
Warner Out
1*1 and Byer carried the
1 76 before Warner was
...u>... by Knight in Heckles'
member, ot the Barbados seventh over. The luncheon score
was 106 for the same four wickets.
D. Williams shared the fifth
wicket partnership with skippei
Hutchinson. This pair changed
.he whole atmosphere of the
game. They quickly settled dowu
and runs came easily.
Hutchinson soon after passe* 1
his quarter century and by lunn
they had added 33 runsWilliam
was 21 and Hutchinson 38.
On resumption Corbin bowled
froi
the
took three runs off the fourth
of Corbin's tenth
neat over from K Hutchinson. of throe wickets with Pilgrim 10
up to when stumps were drawn not out
this pair were still going after the ^yfQ B-Jk
K. Waloott, the next man Ln.
could only survive two balls from
Alleyne. The first he played late
Spartan .............. 127 on to bis pads and the second he
Empire (for 2 wkts 67) was bowled in attempting to cu;
E A. V. "FoUle" Williams in an "" * brCBjl P'^hcd on the off
the idea that thoroughbred race horses, Just becaUM thev cannot bo
aten. render no useful service to the community
EMPIRE vs. SPARTAN
ARIMA TO-DAY Sanj-rc Criinde .
._ change after change was - "ke his score to 50 and the
At this point in the Water Polo season, the clubs are In a very Reeled without result until the total to 100. Williams afterwt.ru
interesting position Snappers by defeating Flying Fish on Thursday l* hftd added 57 run* to the score reached his quarter century.
arenowlntheleadwiihi.nl mis ..ud libve therefore put themselves J* w** Wiltshire who was sent At 4 15 o clock, when the total
in a strong position at the beginning of the second round of the com- ba - pavilion ..tier scoring was 119. and the partnership had
petition. Flying Fish and Bonltas are tied for second place with M runa He was completely beaten added 96. Skipper Hutchln:
..ccucate bowling performam-.-
yesterday nt Bank Hall, took b
of Spartan's wickets to play the
-,-- ma)or ro,e 'n ** dismissal of the
the Park end and Blackman Paric leam f* th -mall score of
Combermere. Hutchinson ,27^.,.
Williams took these wickets in
10.5 overs and only conceded 33
runs. He sent down two maidens
vtump
Walcott did not score and the
toBal score remained at 56 with 4
The above, if I am not mistaken, is the triumphant cry of the
saga boys as they wend their inebriated way lrom the race meeting
which forms part of the celebration of the Feast ol Ban Ron m
the town of Arima. Trinidad. B.W.I. 1 have never been there at
this time so 1 speak merely from hearsay. But I am lold on good
'hale ol a time
wickets taken. In come N Wood, authority that everybody has a -
The score rose to 61 ^s Mililng-
lon bowled another over yielding
3 runa. Well the race meeting opened yesterday and normally I should
Alleyne, who had now taken 2 have had an opportunity u> listen in at my radio and give you a few
iia wickets bi 3 maiden overs, nd*d impressions in this column today. But as I write this I happen to
Spartan took first turn at th-> his fourth over by taking another ^ onjoying 0 few days of rest at the Edgewatcr llot.l. Buthshebu
Leket a..rf bv 4 .to r. ra w-r-, nii wicket without a run scored off
eight points and Swordllsh follow just one point behind. Barracuda!
and Police complete the line-up in that order
it is generally recognised in Water Polo circles that Snappers and
Flying Fish are the strongs*! teams In the league. So Snappers, by
defeating; Flying Fish have, therefore, only the so-called wcakii'
teams to face. Notice I say 'so-called.' for Bonltas, Swordllsh and
Barracudas have shown that they have plenty of light in them and
it wouldn't surprise me a bit if one of these teams puts it over Snap-
pers when ihey meet in the second round.
nd bowled by a fast change from attempted to glide
pinner Heckles. That was Beckles' delivery of King"i
second wicket.
For live wickets the total was
133. Byer was Ihen in his seven-*
ties.
Like other partnerships which
*i.id given Combermere bowlers
much trouble. Cheltenham joined
Byer to increase the pile. These
tho fourth
but the
ball spooned. Rock ran around
from llrst slip to line leg and
took a brilliant catch to diva
Hutchinson for a well played 59
Williams tun
With the score reading 119 f.>r
5 W. Oreenidge partnered WiU-
ind by 4.30 p.m. were all .
iut for 127 runs. Empire, at the ,"" p"^r11
close of play were 67 runs for
two wickets.
Charles Alleyne of Empire also
turned in a good bowling perform-
ance, taking 3 for 26.
Quite a few batsmen reached
double figures. Tho best score for
Spartan was 29 by N. Wood and
was his third victim.
He was caught at cover by Fields
for 13 when he drove at one of
ALkyne't deliveries. This brought
Wood and K. Bowea toge-thar.
The av-oreboard read 61 for 5
and Alley ne'a figures were 4 overs,
aldens, 3 wickets.
Consequently
one of our major
do no more than make mention of the fact I
ace meetings is likely to come off.
However at least one of the most invariant ruces on the pro-
gramme, the Derby Trial Stakes, is not due to be run off until the
second day and therefore I hope that by next Sunday I will be able
to draw some conclusions from the result ot tills classic. Meanwhile
Another bowling change was lhe future Cipriani Memorial will have taken place by the Umo
FmnJ mXUBm* ^ U M ~t 'W tSk&^&^SSSS^ WU BP^r &"U l ? B'UC Sl,Vi,k WW "" E2* proml"e^
rf 1 H t I __ -___u *..* 1 ixl.._ .._&aL___..a tl__> r~\_______ *~i_____i_____________________._._ .________j j_ ____
In the past week
1 however, Swordllsh has lost two leading
two batsmen batted carefully,' but l: m* In the following over from '
- Smith, Williams was caught 2*!,_ ,.
Empire.
The Game
Spartan won the toss on a per-
and decided to bat.
111 .i-ie jiHst wren tii so, nuwi-vn, nwuiinisii nu> nisi iwo Knuiri( - t i.ii. r* Vil1h Wtlti'iim iv-.a r iMBfht ":,* "n*" "'" ""'u " o*"- .,1 i- Rohinsnn at -cconi'
leading players,
Harold Bynoe and Herbert Grnnnum. who have been replaced by
Ian Inniss and Alan Taylor. Flying Fish are also losing one of their
forts In the back line, as Tony Johnson will shortly be returning to
Canada to continue his studies, and Barracudas will be losing Keith
Lewis. The Snappers and Police line-ups remain unchanged.
Bonitas and Swordllsh meet this Thursday, to decide who is going
to climb into i-osiUon to challenge Snappers. The other fixture will
be between Barracudas and Police, who lie bottom of the league in
that order.
Knllhl to Ihe boundiry tor tour to M.rvh.111 w., next fit bat 127 f* t5fUiL. ^S Barker
eomSeU hi. Individual century, he was unfortunately run out be- *> A. V. WBBIBy Md B. aM-aK
He had hit nine (our. and a lx. fire he could open his account H P";' """ fSSLS'JSSS^.
He did not survive lonii alter Cox. who was playing his Unit Alkins and Grill th started cori-
Alter he had reached three figures, In this Division, filled th. g*>**r "n.d .too" "" fore ,"
iwo runs laler he edged one to l.rc.h 2* toe'" Atkins w, clean bowl-
Norville behind the stumps It was He opened with a four to the * by Barker tor He played
off Knight whom he had made leg boundary off King. Grcenldge back to good length ball and
the century hit. that he wa* made a flashy 15 before he was was completely beaten by the
caught. The scoreboard read 205 stumped by wicket-keeper Harrl- pace. C.iitmh was then 11 not out.
pacer Barker from tho Bank Hall W"- ' noticed that Ocean Pearl was once again entered In I
end. A class distance when her owners put her In this race, and I shall be
Mlllington got Wood at 14 to very surprised if she does anything of note. However I think she has
edge to Robinson at second slip splendid chances In the sprints now that the best sprinter In the West
Indies. September Song, has been removed from the scene.
Good Stand
Wood and Bowen retrieved Spai- The Trinidad two-yeur-olds also make their debut to South-
wrck%t^anTo?'34mrun.'" Bo^m C"bb" """> ," **" ""* "* >"" "'"* "' "
however, did not hold on an> not ** numerous as lost season but of course that does not mean that
longer. With his score at 15. he they may not be as good. Next week I should imagine we should
tried to pull a short pitched ball also be ohle to express a few opinions about these youngsters. Until
from Mlllington to square leg and then......
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When
strikes
remember
Phensie I
When you fed .ml with pain and
every movement iiuko you want
to cry out remember Phcraic!
Pbensic will quickly case and
soothe the agony, lift pain-caused
fatigue, remove the weariness.
Pbensic neither harms the heart
nor upsets the stonuw'ti. Be pre-
pared for sudden pain keep a
supply of Phcmic handy.
Phensie
I
m ^ for (,imo... speedy relief
from headaches, rheumatic ?:r.5, lukbaqo, i
V NERVE FAINS, NEURALGIA, INFLUENZA, COLDS A CHILIS j
all day long [;
If you know the aocret of keeping flower-frerfi la
temperatures that make other women wilt, you will be
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SUNDAY. AUGUST 27. ItSO
SUNDAY IDVOCATC
pac;k kivk
To Improve
British Empire
Policemen
17 Tenants
Mate For
Pinz Estate
H.llHAItOS IVMIU ME
MAJOR R A. Sloute. Deput> THE itixugng Board at meet-
i Police retufl proved Mm aetei-
. tiMr tl- t,o,| '*' |T ** "
Osssdlni a Se-ninr (HliiWi MBgne 1 Houtlng EeUi'.i-
Collcas. Ji^tuii-uri-Dtin. Among ihe ne tenant* ,Hirl
more, near Covntr\ l H lb tfkoaa h*xi-<
This College was opi I 'lapsed at Hothersal Tufnmi
years ago by the Homo Secretary kacentU
Mr Chuter Ede. with a view of I-ewis. amung othars. eai i-
U-creaslng the efficiency of the *"" a** a houaw ai the Pin*
Police servteee of the British l*"ore. bui had to wait while the
Commonwealth. Government aided victims of lav'
vc;irs Hood Seventeen peopl
have been elected for new house-
Tenant* at the Ptne Mm will
br allowed to keep '
-tnck. sheep and floats, the Bnar I
decided Any pans or encluaun
erected by the tenants for thai
purpose must bo approved by ih"
Board
The Board dlacusaed the build-
ing of a main traffic road at th>-
Ptne and it was decided U-
recommend to the Govemmen'
tu coaatruct a roaa eonnacung
the Pino Cross Road with thr
existing 18-foot road to the houk-
ing estate.
Transportation will then be
less difficult problem.
Mr. John Beckle* M H V. B*ked
what had boon done about the
erection of a small pavilion fo
thr Deacons Road Playing Fieln
and was told by the Board's Sec-
retary. Mr. T. O. Lashlev. Hint
it was expected that the matter
would be dealt with by the Leg-
islature shortly.
In connection with the case of
a tenant at BclfMd who opened
u'iai a ahop at the Aiman offence
jateii against the Board's Regulations-
letter waa read from Mr
of II. Proverbs Informing the Board
that arrangements were being;
inadt to purchase a spot to which
remove the shop.
Board allowed Davis, tha
four weeks in which t ,
First Division Cricket
# Frasn page 4 the aacono bull rkah baiMuer.
-..nudged Ibw Six arkketi used their feet well to Peirce
down for 9S and Wood was high toss** and the fifty mark
,.l out when the mtarv.il wa* *> sow. >ached when Kidney
tahan
The first over aftei lunch was
Ml OOWO by Aile\ne from the
Hall end and m that same
mei i' aseM up en the um in
117 miuuiev
DoUfflM deiiuuse.1 for Druyton
who was hurl behind the slumps
The -eventh wicket fell at in
when Wood drov<
pit.-hod baffl from Will'
bowled
l -inc bark in liia next
lakt tdc eighth Spartan
wicket Morris made a tig htl.
die not connect properly, and wa*
OUfBl Jl mid-on b> Field- loi U
; Wiiiiips (tiled the French He
kaa In* parinei Gitleir caughi
rlaroei at mul-on off Williams
a- i Williams bowled a slow
liK break well no wm.'i OsOsH
The score wan \2~.
for W
AUG. 27
NO. 134
l. H
' I. Ihi
n in h South
it by Williams
and fowled
rained bark hi
. gavan
for
tlonai C uana
~ is seen i lying the gold medal lor vanning the Miecial tWO mile evenl
M immediate left
Farnuoi .'tonal
. i.
Hi
MAJOR R. A. STOCTE
1. was formerly a
workers' camp and
less than a miles from the oexu*
tiful Warwickshire village
R y ton on D um. more.
At the College with Major
Stoulo wero 190 men and four
womennone below the rank of Th
Sergeant. On completion of the tena
course the students are generally settle thr matter
promoted.Major Stoute being
recently made Deputy Commls-
aloner of Barbados Police Force.
Fifty-throe year old Brlgadiei
Duncan Dunn, who was a soldier
for 34 years, is Commn!i the College
Football
Results
No Instructors
There an no instruct
College, Instead there is a direct
lug staff made up of specially
ob ki H la
guide the stu lent*.
While Major Stout.- wa* there. ,",TCn,ia'
LONDON. Aur 26
i MNU Leapue Pup Dirnrimi A;
Airdneoniam 2 Motherweil .
t lyle 4. Aiier h
li. Hibernian 2 Alii-
lonad after seventy minuUM
Middlesex Score
228 Against W.I.
Robertson Hits 105 In Good
Butting Display
LXiNDOFJ. Auniftt 2
A CENTURY by Juck Robertson in detertniiu-.l mood,
featured tnc liisi u.i>'s pin) batwxn UiddlstM Bnd V.'fst "'"i>
Indies m Lord H> bortaon dlsptJiycd sound baitint; with '
niststancc (r-wii John Do#l I I 11M I mpttN
ust under four hours he hit 12 fours in his 10^
CUiief Inspector Bert Halmer,
who played a big part in the
Livailpool Camao miutiur rase,
took part in many dabatea with
Colonial students.
At Ryton, rural poli
given the chances of learning
first-hand work of men from
Scotland Yard, and mar? of the
subjects dealt with are beyond
the normal rgflga of |>olice acti-
vities.
The Colics* Ubrary has a col-
lection of over 1,000 books.
Di w/as -
itall from Val 'i
wtestsR and BUI v li
tUPhnl cuniidenlly \^a^ i<
i
Ua *lriM
hit seven roun m t>
<.m j pi;.-. whK b
even after he..\- rath
up play for an hour an
I in. W'
I'.ard in i ..'
men plav Utgj at > Dal
flekimn *- < M m i
,:l ..-'
Bolton Wanderers J, Manchaatcr his cssrtui re
I'nit. ,i 0 ,',q A' IR3 he
Derby County 4. Astnnvillc -' being wall
Pulhama. Wolverhampton Wun. by tha wicket
*iat*-*ra l. methorik Sharp i Sr i
Fife 1. Celti. i
Hearts :. Panrtrk TblMla 0
itni.aars 'i, Morton l
Sfint Mlrren 2. Falkirk 0.
Third Lanark I, Raii'i Rovi i 0
First Dit'iMon:
Arsenal 1. Tottenham Hotapn
niackpnnl 0 Charltm, Athh-n
Every studa'nt has to give two mouth I.
lIucManfteld To
2. Ports-
lecturesone on his spaclil sub-
ject, the other is chosen for him.
There are no fatipcues, roll call.
examinations or house rule*.
They all wanr uniform at morn-
ing sessions but are afterwards
!:* to wear civilian clothes.
A Mean President lx appointed
every week while on Thursdayt
the "dress dinner" is an establish-
ed social evenl.
The Commandant takes kern
intere*&t in practical demonstra-
tions of polirt* work which the
various groups in turn give in
the College Theatre. These dem-
onstrations are written, acted and Untiad I.
Uvernoo) 4, Sunderlond 0
Middlesbrough 3. Chelsea 0
Newcastle United |, Everton
Sheffield Wednesday 0, Bum
Hie Mirhii.
rinse The attendan
pioduced by the Itudanta and ar
presented In two acts.
Recreation includes billiards
archery and play-reading.
West nroui.h Albii
City 1
Third DtoMoa .Vorfhem:
1 I I 7. Oldham Athletk I
Bedford City 2. Halifax Town 0
Carlisle United 3. Trnnnuie
Itover* 1.
CheatST 3. Darlington 1
Crowe Alexandra o. Gaieshead
Seiinthorn.'
Uni'leimol-
Middle*.. I) ComtrtW) (Cap-
tain i. j O. Dewes; J. Rol
w .i. astrJeh; h Sharpj s ||
1 Stoke Bf0*11; J Stins, L Ijiws, J. J
Warr; J Young; A. E Most
tt'esf fndlf* J. Goddard (Capt >.
A. Rae; H Mnrsnall: F Worrell; E
Woekes; C Wah-ott; G Gomer; R.
i hristUni; h Ji
meyi r; aad A Vatentlcgt,
i
oc.Bsion-i :<
p" took 2 Th*- neJdlni waj of tl
ary high standard fi i
Indies with r.nddaid ouUtanding
Tho batsmen *eie playtna at UK-
ball rather than forcing it aw*>
Compton was. unuauallj DAiaM
until he scored seven with one
abikke off Mm shall :i I
nnd. four ovecthr pwv were added
Guddaid decline I the MX baO,
.1 b kca \ kwtlng on
i- i Nur-e Kiwi, and hlmaelf
n ovai .ii the oitu i
Una wh. unable to turn the
hut a' ha OotHard
bwb) and baarlad
i eptna t i
. land with
i much the Miiiic i>-
) ieided 84 run*
aat off-eli Iv* all <;<~
i i iheWs
Oeddart ka
a- \M Juhuaon used it igaswW
i barti ii who had afllj |uat plar
liall ii Igej whan ml.
1
Ktiin at Ten
I
Kiiir ui, the reaun
bowled two b*iu to coaopleta hi
.it lonw
. i- .''.,,
i n ha k< Oon
q id cutting
the next Iwll for his Iwi i
101 Bsadt wh of i"h i.
l|......raj threa quat i" ti
Fmplre Ratliiig
Trnpirg started on their first
t1 about 4 40 p m. Kob-
n*on ^nd Ikiuine opened to the
\slinfc of 1'hlllips and Smith
TAOJ were oft to a bad start
It sing Bourne for nought off the
' tkling of Phillips with only 3
i' on thr tins
Thillips l-wled an in-s'nger
' ".ing outside the leg toino
itiatng Bourne to hoek The ball
i k Uaa upper M'.ge of the bai
few up giving Walrott at
slip .. dolly calch.
Williams and Robinson met
th poors tw to 24 ashen
bOWtlof ehange WM
......'. ii. wan brouglit on
from Phillips' end while Phillips
" i> .hanged around to the Hank
Hall -ml
Thi se...nd Irlokol Bsll lo Phil-
I when Robinson poslu-i
a rising ball on the leg stump
into trie hands of bowen at short
leg Kobinaon scored 19 while
Willi. nis was II nut out
N" I Hi wan Cave, who with
WUliaOM, nent up the .' in S
riMiiula.s Skipper Walcolt bnwlen
himself, I.. F Harm and kflajugjM
baek Phillip* but UMn ebssMM
nil not worry the two OgtojUOW
At eh.se of play. Empire hai.
B foi I arlekoti Wflllafni
I m i .'* and Cave n | out
'leered a bull on the leg HSM mi
I brace from Peirce.
Denis Atkinson was now bowl-
ing to a good length and took h
Hionn arackst wngO
making tin- tame tlroke a* his
team mate Birketl was ..
mi leg kaforo ftn atpyini
i -
the owes Howei ei Bvelj n dk
ng and Pinna aooo hsu
i i"i r ii [hi bj Denai Aikinw*
..( KI
i.d Denik Alkiii.on hi his llltl
i til of ihe ninth over properl>
teat and bowled Kidne>
. bOWWd Camacno Hritil.
l .' na in'en DtOfUal CSptl
I nex* tall King fol-
I ved Camacho when he w
, aghi !.. St Mill iff T Peirce
,.nd II Inniss then 'ried
in, down to a partnershii
\ IX-liU Alkmsoii rontmurrt t.
i down them both Normal
arshall wa* again brought On t*.
IIOIN m-nls Atkinson I'eu.v
. w g t hi- third wicket whet
ut'C I in its in attempting to lift
m mii.e,i and nes iiaswtt}
imped by Shipper Sktimer
.rilaii weul in and wa* off the
ark with a brace and st the end
' that over lunch %p* taken
(tcr lunch Ihe century was
-ai-haif in 120 minutes Hoatl did
it bat so well to Atkinson as he
d iHsfOTg lunch and was out
hen he edgod to slip The Hoad-
H ;itership had yielded 1"
i 'n shall came In with
Man and the Pickwick innings
n Marshall WSJ howled
DN | H Atkinson Pukwiek had
Bred l' wWh Jordan not out
Marshall ><">> BAI Atkinson
anod I I Wanderers ami in
ingfl I I l pvai Ml i shall had a
ff in IhS iIId Ibikelt tutih ihe
hall with Km Mhl in hll flrSl
11 i eel Atkinson twice sdlh hi
i
When the score reached 43 the
si Wanderen wicket fell when
. i hall in > ini'h'leU ImmIi'ii
i ) Jordan g pto-
went in .mi.I was l'.it-
; aoundh until he ove an eon
um tn h Marsh di to end hn
k ai Ihe 'Vi.k.i lie icored an
.1 v M At the end Ol l'i.
ib Atkinson - he followed iftei
v, ii .... not out with hi
thai r*rh end thai h>i 44 in 1
uni loactiveli to then credll
1 (1 e>i >Me Wmiderei' apt
S n* fm wtrkrti in Plea
The Topic
of
Last Week
1 ." ATtn mill t
, lk<1 lu lol4 torn .1-1 IU-w.1
bask lot asritsaai
W-i: Jf ana NaSwil T<.*-Oa*
W-i.l in th Hiu.i*-1 pM'-
Hoi boja high wind* Mui M
^ Ih. M.n.hT.1 |M '"* w.-
k last \UiiuM) i
Hi* Ml ullinf
"'" I_r......
ir a C*kM lUitM
Sra* -1-.1 i turn
, -ll. Mkl Ihr Capt'ia
rars > * ''
Id tir tllffnenl fn-
i*1 Hlln< ..nia M rlrt
1 h.nl .1.1. 1.. SSf-
.. .1 nunfv ~> na*
IU paMirt, -U 1i1n.tr
Dai i-1 "i iiuiriami p*-1
1 ,. 1 .,.i..,. Hast hn d.ii-..it
.a .....1. l" -11."
Im mi- x... aauH 1- <-lM >
And .'"i Bath "I I""1*
H........I Oi' .hi.Hr blMl
I... ii.. ,na film ttis wsrs MrRif
ankln lad
aged '" "
JulUkNRI hud hm
cntt to end a *>
llnall. CSU
11 ketheapei

oin-n-
T.is
ilas before Ui and Q V, W.^kI lo ihe bOwUtUJ
.'AfiK KOWIRTKON
I.
Manslleld Town 1,
Nv Brighton 1.
United O
Rotherliam S. Wroxhom 0.
Shrcwsburv Town I, lincoln
City 2.
York City 1. Bradford 3.
Second DiHtinn.
Birmingham City I, Grimsbv
Town 1.
Blackburn Rovers 1, Leyton
Town 0.
Brentford 1. Leeds United 2
p ., Cardiff City 2. Nottingham
Fast chukkas were played b> County 0.
meiiiltera of the Barbados poio Cliestertield 1. Burnsley 2.
Club at the Oarrlaon yesterday Coventr>- Cit\ I, Preston North
when Hurricanes won one over End 0.
Cyclones by 2 goals to one. The Leicester Citv 0, Queen's Park
other two chukkas were played to Hangers 2
a draw after a "no quarter" Manchester City 5, Bury I
struggl-
Hurricanes
Win At Polo
Tin .r.jrt
MlUJIeaa t
praoablj because 0 tin ate h''
it the Oval -
Isncanshue. the crowd for the
i. at appi iranea In Londoi
tourists, numbered only aboi 1
i.i.oii 0 hen Dewoi and c
opened the Middlniior inn ng
1 he waathet wus cloudy with a
s'.iff breeze blowing, and DOWI
and Robertson felt the 1 wa]
1 an-fully against accurate earl-
howling by Johnson and Gome/.
The hitler fnund Robertson's pao
t successive balls l>ui th<
Middlesex man replied with two
olendid fours, a cover drive and
1 hook.
Johnson lifted the ball awk-
wardly nnd appealed ogains;
belli botsmen AC.! an lion.
With the total at 33. Goddai .
Brat liange V I

.".' 47 Dwwes mishit
nt! Valentl.....tralghl i
on where BtoUi i i
catch. Valenlr
. I the wicket, fi
ruanJag out pu>ed the i
The ..peniiiK uhli In
made ti'S in H4 minute-
Robertson tooh four boundarle-
iff Mnrsh'ill after Dewes had let*.
and his 50 -imc in 10R m.u in
Sharp and Brown H i next pai.
owing oc asional aggressive
okga .igain^t Gi lohn
i i | VahmUna I
thet until stuni| were drawn
Ml Ulesex 22H runs lor ft"'
rkgfg
K'ihiwmK are ihe acorm
HIKIII.I *-ll l-MMi
.....
... V..... l> f; r. oi wihwii
(.>r I -kt. n
I 13 1 l
I. Shemell
This wss the fourth bj a series
of practice games In which team
have assumed names Instead of It
being Just a case ot Red versus
Blue.
Mark Edghill shot the twu mail
for Hurricanes and Colonel Mich-
elm scored the one lor Cyclone*
Nearing completion ia the
pavilion which the Government
has given the Club permlaslon U
erect on the Savannah.
Southampti
United o
Scottish League Cup Division B:
Arbrouth I, Albion Rovers 0V
Dunfermere Athletic ft. Kllmar-
:.ock 4.
Forfiir Athletic 3. Alloy Athletii-
I
Hamilton Academicals ]. Queen
Ol The Soulh I.
Saint .lohnstone 2.
Cowdenbeath 2.
Stenhouse Muir 3. Dundee
CniUd 2.
asinok mt tne ball nrmiy. <.
could n<>* penetrate the Held, am
al 82 he in ved into ., *......wll
from Johnson and fell 1 b w
I iu were added bvfo.
lunch
After Lunch
Johnson and Murshall lerseweo
after lunch and kepi
the batsmen quiet.
Sport* Club
Meets Tomorrow
An F.xtraordli i.t- "'letint -'
M Adv..... ib will be
lishl -l the I'mitti DaPaituieni
tat Monday. August 28 at 4 30 p m
L-gdudOd in the agenda for ihe
-vaiting ii their proposed tour to
Trinidad In 1*51
>M>. Ill ll \ I'll KHKK
I'rkw.rh tit
. uu ,.. (far t ki. Ill
erftei wfckai Pickwick
.. ii bowlod out (or 114 runs
"hen the} met Wandeieis i urn
Maps.- wa> due mainly to the
. f l i Atkinson
five i the wickets for
> ions 111 i bnwlini 18 overs
I m then nisi Innlngi
Kavc "et li Mj with 174 rultl fnt |h
iekat with Iric m
. i...I um an.i tn- brothet
i" hi- ii not out
Pick vi. k winning the to
i u.. i n iltll I
3. U Wm
.I Norm in Marshall and Eric Al
'-.nson A M Taylor took (he first
bill of the dav form Marshall
, iMh-t.K beaten b> the
i il which 'MiitiB aerj) to tta*
lips In Ihe third ball Taylor
i I iiikIc nd Wmid played
t the lema'nder of the over
Tavloi in taking strike from Bru
/tkin-on tn his first over was not
ietU I .-quentlv edged to slip
In MarshullN tOCOOd DW W.-hI
executed i heautiful on drlvo
which s'ehled Mm four runs, imt
.in-lit by C, Proverbs
it Mar-hall's fifth Issll The srore-
bt nrd then -**d 8- I8.
T S Birkett then came In to
in Tavloi and he 'luletlv play-
i I the tn.) Iiall to tnidoff Mar-
h II MrW howling st medium pace
. nl dovt n a mstden to Tavln.
-..... MrkeM at the pttiei end
i Un played out a maiden fron
i'Viii on in his tlrst over
rfcetf end ioon canto when he
r 'tempted to hook Denis Atkln-
i and was given out leg before
Left bunder Kidney followed
I'irkett and opened hi- coring.
illi o drive which got him a
nele. Taylor continued to bat
II and Norman Marshall after
1 wllng nine overs w.e leliaved
I Tom Peirce from the pavilion
. i rWrea **nt down his first
ri 10 Kidney who scored t
111
livrfs (..mm Ground
Ot fiaen i i(e I
. Miiell p.....a H >nd ."|0 lo
aid all '* i Thia larrltiH *
ng the N..OI and Naktong rtvsts
till ..... wi I i movt
nt ..t 'ioopa ami equip i
not ii.ii.iitiont.il and i ..ill ";
ha Nam altold- ,i tall .....I load
\mii. ...:.-.(.. ' (.:

,t-, ...... ,. ','. .
. re would i* ' attri
latlora reeervea ui t" hold 'in .
. bap while tin big otri
I" in d ; Ihe ii'irth.
Though uttie Informal <
.. ,i ati:. at allabfc gboul thr
ommuniu omleughi on
* la i oast returning \.....u n
w iied "considerable pern
.. Noith Korean!
11.....ported Communist troopt
id eipitpinnt tiavelhng HUth
Superfi its langini: f.o north to*
. ij ptsatered > 'mis >>i bombs on
he Important rail lunctlon of kii-
iu i^ ooie.s iimtii o| Bongtln on
hi East Coesl >rii' tii> 'isi par-
lei
Invader: loosed thousand poiiud-
iin a pontoon bridge west of
mil anil ilainagi d *liothei neai
'inimunit-held tormei Si.ulh
nrean lerntorv Fifth All r*etOf
axitlng Mai plane, thrust 300
iles Into Nnrlh Korean territory.
aiding half a 00000 Co*nnuinist
Ids In North ami Smith Korea
Thev met no "live" Coirjmunut
lanea onli pearrlousti h..t on
aft i
I dun
n|at
Ol-!
mm
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W.I W, II,. li. ii..i.,,i ..IS > R i..i. *-< i-T, peashiM .11 '|ii la d.
Wl ,11 -.....' II'" .K ,1,11 I-.OI, III ... .n, BJMM
,ponoted by
J & R BAKERIES
maker* ol
ENRICHED BREAD
and ih- blenden ol
J S R RUM
VI I w TWtNINO
TIIVBAfl CITTINI
WF.LU1NC
UTtUT I'MAKOINL
Mm un UrAlli
GORDON BCLDHi
UAI'IIADOS -;araik.
I I3f, Kuahuck S' UUil 36". I |
Mlfci'nl Arrivals in Books
- INCLUDE -
PLAYFAIR CRICKET ANNUAL
AND
CRICKETERS FROM THE
WEST INDIES
ON SALE AT
ADVOCATE STATIONERY,
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY,
ROBERTS & CO..
COLES STATIONERY,
BOWEN & SONS
and TODDS STATIONERY STORE
Enquire Kmrly
BARBADOS TIRF CLUB
linKIAL flASSinfATON AUTUMN MUliNd 1150
THE SINOFR DEAI.F.RH IN NOTTINOHAh. pioridfd trsiuaort f^' a* WI C ket'r- hy putting at their de-po-al B M I.8O0 Slnysi Oam
Lefl u> Rieat J M Kldnny, Msnaser. John 8. WooUy taiager OSSlai in NotUanhsmi. John Ooddsrd iCapt i. Sir Palham Warner. H Jeaaseu.
P. Jones, . Bawilhln. L. Purr*. A. las. C I. Wtlussu, K Tr.-tru a. ataishsll. E WSSftes, Ctm.Uanl. A TalasUns *u* T. WerreH Tha
bachgrLi- "! mortal to sun of tha Servic- who fell attttei
IS War anO the 103045 World Wn
A.l. D.I. Ft tCont'dl
.con Hriitit Bow ItelU Herseverauce
e Streak Pharos II
ke' Drum Fireiniil River Mist
i/abrthai. Welllnglon Sin bad
un Site W-tei. i. Sir R'mard
'orma Gift Siren
M Soprano
A.1. F.s.iniinei Straichl Aim
tomlc II Sunhaam
h (i.tinhlcr hi. Sun Fire
pprr Wine Ah Baba The Eagle
Kendal Fort Torn n do
B.I. Lady Be lie Typhoon
' .fusion Mary Ann Usher
ly rink Oatcakr Vanguard
: *iidinrk Waterhell
S I'.ar llullet nut
'.'.iinte Comet ci.
Sim Queen Dulcibella Bst-am
Sunton" Monsoon
B.Z. Victors
1djndra ri. Vixen
I iianla Bsat Wmhes
Bow mansion G.Z.
inDS Adam> rrfeset Set Joint Command Blue Diamond
Lacy Bone1* Brahmin's Choice
Rlvor Sprite Poeterripi Cnlndll
Waf Lord Tango Diana Flying Ann
C.I. P.f. Front Hopper Gallant "lawk
Beaattafi Apollo
i ..dinif Article April Flower* Joan- Star
i I'Stc Bonnie Lass Lucky Shci
Rw iss Roll Brown Girl May time
Bullsayr Clement um OleesW
C.t. Collelon Silk Plant
A1 nitty Consteni-iion Sun Jewel
Ante Diem Cross Bow
Fair Contest Cross Road*
Fair Sally Uune.
naMBBEO Epicure
Kldstean Facetious
Kitchen Front Plrst Flight
Link Stream Flame Flower
Miss Panic Foxglove
htusk lli-Lo Clsasinera:
St M Sailors Fun Lady Rommel T N. Peirce
s .:hv. i -i Miracle
starry Night Moeaasin L E R Gil
Tilrlsn Lady Mountbatten
W:ir Queen Friendship 0. D Bynoe
Subiett to change in th event of any horse taking pert a
Meeting prior to thr Barbadon AUTUMN Meeting. 1950


" PAGE SIX
SINDAIT ADVOCATE
THE LAST SIX MONTHS
DAVID LEWIN'S
IT IS bacaiiso the poriry in the
lsst sis months moil clearlv
focuses the major West Indian
problem so shgfpl
fiymposn.. that I ar.
dealing with ri th-t. . (though the
prose wan again much more vital
and varied Tin problem, >ou
may raoMnbar, was, tvhethei
writers should accept outs it'*
standards Well, the most ambi-
tious production in the half-yea.
was Derek WVcott's short poetic
drama. Sauza Aicun Sosotuki, *
brief account of the five drama
of Franceeca da Kimlni, freel.
adapted from Dante It had mam
beauties
lok ia aw !. poplars M Th uk* i> u*-m *n* -"- ai t^'
tflvrn cvrrta.
v.',,- ran rr fl!n.i wR* ti.r ami
KU ! SMIu.iip
I tii IHSH heir rtr.ibrTBltoo ul dueea
TY*> muMi * uitdrr Uii- n>
That passage was picked out
l>> Km Fuller in till
following the play, possibly be-
cause Fuller Is a European -ami
those Unea are purely European
He then suggested that Walcott
should write more directly out o(
his background. And yet Um
comment, surely mild encmgri
when we consider that Walcott is
a young poet, still uncertain of i. -
detection, was savagely attacki d
by a poet in Jamaica, who called
it "Patronising". I hope that tins
counter-vrltic had hd tune now
to contrast Sense Aicun Sospeii
wth Wslcott's recent play, Hen*.
O.r jt./plie. and see the contra..*.
In power, when the poet is
expressing not only himself, but
the whole balance of forces of
which he is the centre.
Other poets in the last few
months have also concentrate!
this problem of the West Indian
writer and the outside world
You may remember George Lem-
ming's poem after he came to
London.
Hw I nSBturUut from acattatM a*-
By HENRY SUW/.Y
In I Broadcast To Thf West Indirm
< ,\,\
the other by Edgar 1
i i' against
(rowning is linked wtth
a drnmn of Jealousy, fSaftaj Hn
Li(.
cvntrtbutetl (wo .1
quite a different cUutt. with Hi *,,..
biilliuntly iimusmg yet tender An..
ity of the Indian road-mender the
"as Affair of riic Mi
thi.ugh he were all mouslach-* They ore programmes in therc-
jnd nothing else." and ah... selves, those dUas! Ho* could unr
, .11 Gaaal Gara (which mean- fad to be enthralled by a smr
k ii!i world teacher) "but only which start* Reward L:rugt- con-
38? IsH elders called him that." rrmplafiirij, stroked hU neatly
Poor Sanyasi' The Colonial trimmed beard u-htrh tome people
Secretary signed himself H his fhouohf riwer caprine!'
P ... gnwehu 1 " L, * :"<,"*4 ufn*lon rron; great many itories reporting
Mr Button, and in the doing oi lnw 1 ihought. was The Mouaer.
a. he also lost has job The R> a Sears'rather dis, n
' -bout the last Hem we heard from Nai- ......,.,u , the Guiaoa stre.t sod
n pauls pen was the tath.i _, |vrjy (-,,,. An lt..n ,-.,,, ., ,.,,
" in.'Pr>^! rlwrt.unU,.e 8h"t'r" virtuous!,
man of a "w>if ihuman whose
illet she then proaavds to steal.

' M Sanyasi. called Mooch
Roach of Ti-bagi
Tw mil irutnpMs Sot
ll sold'fi ailft*ev<->
icflectiiii
that one notes I
influence < Lewfa *tttl
H1lnt.l1 Ai least I
irtaln thai E M Roach

i m i.s Ulti
ul poems 1
..inch
ftompgntad lhaaatparlmanbii pro.. vUiUng t'haaa. which had p\>
in June Indfld, oniy Itamou- nt touches: you may remember
Fortune's Narrr> Kkyme A La the niceties of the movements of jjo're (tigiulii'd* aVrhui"
- remain. In the memory. I the initiates In their trance, some 0\d.tutMmtai teehniqlie dealing
Spotlight
I'to tonic love
-in black and
whitegets by
the censors . .
. ItE riJiii-nidkcrs' net of Thing.
urtei
simply note that what seemed to riding horse
:.. !. i 1 .mples came
torn the Mnallvi islands St.
VttiM-ni. discovered by Owen
Campbell and Daniel Williams,
apparently influenced
nd some (with
with a new situation, rehousing in
litferent motion) camels. Jamaica. fOiaiipt.ia: Times), by
Probably the most ingenious Ml, Ormsby Marshall Two
piece of work in all six months *, having the familiar theme
was Willy Richardson s amusing o( fden versus gambling, city
satire. The Argument, whicn ki,c|(er versus humble llsher-folk,
by WaltOlt They have charm, gave a loving account of a typici' Ciimc from Barbados (William S.
The gay butterflies manoeuvr- conversation of Intellectuals, un- Artnurjl Row o/ Another I
isldarable inex- aware that their house was on and QrenoC|a. (Sula Redhead's
- use nre. I also hope you liked. ;i i ,n Tini,) Samuel BMvonl
much as I iltd. the tart little j,^ntv flnd ,,. rasaduro *a
Morality by George nUllpa. A a,M, ,m ., riiutm,.
n*y. about a bitter pulrlut. Eni[tiKhman who fall! I"
e quarrel in Trinidad, over an loV(. wltn lUc Wo,, |ndlw eu.s,
idem, which no
dealt pretty thoroughly with
poem '

The talee arc the songs of.
Marian Anderson, the Coloured
Singer, whom Lamming heard at
the Albert Hall. And what la the
upshot? He 11 "urged to register
with the outlaws", and the poems
end: "Hate thy urothcr as thy-
self*. Samuel Selvon. a fellow-
adventurer, has written a prose-
poem: his attitude Is very similar,
except that he linds release in the
beauty of the English countryside.
But is It European complarency
alone which suggests that Lam-
ming, like moat sensitive people.
unsure of direction, is moved hv
love and hate at the same time*'
I think it posaible. How then
does a third poet, maturer than
the other two, solve the problem?
Ian Carew is a young Gulanese,
who studied In America, went In
revulsion behind the Iron Curtain
to Prague, was horrified by the
phUtstlntam he found then (
Communist committees telling
writers what they should write
and now lives with a French
family in a famlonabh' BtfSjM IB
Paris. For him, the main fact of
tin- world, beyond love or hatrt,
.' Hie D^isonal In Isolation. Is
Hi.- emergence of one thousand
million eoule in the world Si-
hi writes his dignilled tpic of
IWaio, mns >' w world,
tvr of U> -o.td .
Please not*. This most sophis-
ticated of West Indian poets, ui
fact, takes up u purely local
attitude, making use of sonorous
Indian names of hie homeland.
Tumatumari, Easequibo, Maku-
mata, Pakaraimns. Kaletur. the
god of waters. Aecewayo. .
wimiio Voi. gairassT
In the Canhbean ilself. th*
poetry, has been rather scarce
and on one occasion we lilleil a
whole section from the excellent
mngazinc BIM Popham. Rouen.
IsTgJ but
ptflacuWt -ii Wiiii.iinv
the line.
They have resigned themsel
long swishing when he i- Man
talktrifc ot ".ndiivioniMi.. .On
tin' o'hi'i band, from the same
island, F. McG. Keane contribu- one man heard. ,. Tne impact lne rat.jai ftfa, Qf llrsuui Bay-on
ted a powerful poem on the of that single word U#-Up-iaa who naa , nn-i,,, b(afk lulor
peasant. v|ng, by which you *re finally for backward little son (Ctl-tl
AkattiAS told hc WM "J1"1, 7maint S! lrt|t). He mi perhaps more
a ^t-r I have of four years of the ralher embarrassing little story
I also remember A. N. Porde. programme. 0r mother-love. Slw Named Him
who raises the central issue ngain. These were successes, I 'bought Roderick, about a lady who adopts
Two failures, gallant failures, a cook. A K r ,.f
came from Jamaica They were mother-love in Januiu.i .'1 Seal in
attempts at epic, at building a the in Carew's poetry Do you remember the poor old]
The llmt was by peasant woman. Elizabeth, come
U-known name, Victor Reid. to sec her two daughters in Klng-
his short story. No Mounting In ston. with her rninu p.ilhetu:illv
the Valley, was criticised at the set on the cool drink they will
cl poem- from Jamaica, time by Calder Marshall, so I bring her, symbol ot what she
where Louise Bennett once again will not do more than recall the hoped would be their love; and
showed her superiority in this plot: the girl, Noreen, being her collapse after they tell her
held rescued from the flood by the sharply, "Call the maid?"
I suppose one should start the boy Rupert. Finally, In the catalogue, we
summary of the prose, with the In the second attempt, lne* 10 ne to the folklore: George
experimental month of June, but Slbley did not succeed in Pre- Spence's amusing Proverbial En-
1 found it a little disappointing, sentiment, as she did with net counter, and, right at the begin-
although I hope useful. For brilliant Terror Bull and Taunt ntng 0f our half-year, Willy
Son*.
r.iuib ul itntAgn culture
And there was Clare McTar- tradition
lane's recollection of his Words- noted carlii
worlhian poems Daphne. Beauty.
Villanelle af pnmorUI Lave. ..
forming a complete contrast to
instance, 1 for one did not
altogether agree with Arthur
Older Marshal's rather harsh
criticism of Eugiu Miltclholzer's
sibilant aid Lost, the madman little feeling for form
kivlng his fascist philosophy, in
prose which I thought did some-
times triumphantly succeed.
Apart from a good deal Richardson's brilliant Snapshots of
listlc detail, out of place carnival In which he brings in all
- I*ITUL0' .,nc Km*5,on the life of Port-of-Spain seen
17 through the eyes of different
i*opie. a girL a business man, an
And now for what I hope H is "Id man. children, each preceded.
not rude to call the catalogue or b) an appropriate canticle from
inventory, the main collection of ihi- armoury of carnival
stories and sketches, which
ioUi --m stones and skclcncs. whicn were
r untoward really of a high standard I.ets
vor -n start with moralities, perhaps with
1 wk,i lav O. M. Howard's interesting com-
(aicon wo- blnalion of a detailed report on an
SB, drn-a our main. ,o haea old Moravian mission house in the :(liu.,hmi[ aDout producbon,
panned out t-.r mountains of Santa Cru2. uith the tl ine .bout lhe success of M ttei-
On theoth^r hand I thought gaT"Jgf SSSJ2PS& -Izer's novel Mom.r,U ., *
11 want without tumid 1
e*it Top Aanur i
no warptd lotk wwnad >
It Is not so easy to bring six
i.onths into the compass of a H>
ibllltg talk I wanted 10 say
lsdom a brash young missionary
.*. luiam kh the * -*" a'..I ...-.*I
Karl
Senly's Dream -f O.ld f'"*1'""^' T?TAnl.l^^iZ "-'m 'n the recent Klco
almost loo ingeruou- the rnao [ u L.Z S ,1^^ But I should if possible l.ke to
who goes with his wile's golden *'*&-**&!.**-& PS :i|Uiii to that main theme, raised
rtng to win gold In Panama, the in " 1son- *" 'g R*2bfc " lhp Sympoalum. Should West
^na?k^%^d^r.we;^ ^iS < -*
t lUm-n' tZ Zi J..VJ* o" but the fact thai he would not do standards or not' At least, that
ULSmSJ? SlU ivnca an ">>"* """* l" stavr "ff * t"rmed f be the mam problem.
suTv Wa?s lW Yt tnueh rh-"^"** ' "arry the Horse. A but In my opinion, the real prob-
trucr' in thf life of odnlcsrcn' leM P*""v^ ^r> w-s sWttasa em was. who la to lay down lh
ove tl an Wakoti's u,l Tdvll b> M'^hael Browne whose Dance standards' Obviously, the wr.ters
I"ibw agreed I fear, w Ih AlfSS of Stones recounted Uw rather im- themselves. In the mcantim
Mendes' biting attack
classical Jamaican e
trying to run bl I
walk, under a prelcntiom
taken from James Joyce.
The meat interesting proso
writings, in fact, 1 thought lay
outside the experimental month
altogether. One may start per-
haps with the veteran Trinidad
n j probable sacrill.
pie 01 "["r* between stick Aghters
who
1 th
old daya
,11,. In the world of pure story tell-
rely, if a programme like this
I to succeed at all, it l.i to
dopt. or try to adopt, absolute
tjndards. And I also think that
log. R Warren had an interesting West Indian" writers must accept
and nightmarish tale, in Foo-Foo. lh o-r-do-. wha, u nparo,. ,,
journalist. See|ersad Nalpsui jr
hospital, who hears the sea-god* ""* ** P*
roaring and the swamps coming
alive. Miss Bird contributes an-
other of her charming sketches "" ,^0, wan* w ^P?1 1" l
most impersonal, what
local Is universal. Of
the Jamaica M
ne about M.ixy Mongi
fe Maggie, and the
Like moat East Indian writer-;.
he has an accurate eye, but
is much more interesting, a sense Snatcher "Lennox "de Pa'iva
of objectivity and humour H
started, you may remember, witi __.
the very common Indian thenv? |n,
of the forced marriage; but Sob- nes
uo's Luck had all the detail a'
the good reporter I thought h
second story. Gratuity.
this wnl<' UP insincere details of loca
his colour, simply to pass muster 11
r'ulgar lflc programme, and to flattei
wrote what you think is the bias of UV
a competent professional tale on producer. But I repeat, lite- itur
old theme The Spy and (he 1- local and concrete if i>
rmcri, with refreshing crisp- thing, and only science is -h<
1 and humour. Two stories of universal language. The i r!
suspense were written, one by will accept what is wi I
whatever it is One 1 -t,-s he-
Elsie M Mutton
1 Jan
: eogftal
' Pen Inn s Sight t
*d of what
IN IX>NIXJN Baling SludioL
1. men are
I
iy"Pool
mil Cameion, it
Old acior from Bermud.i,
lot .'. Navy sailor.
He is lonely, meets Susan Shaw
ami takes her Out Thaw go to a
dance together (but Ml it out).
have .. I'latomc friendship" (the
UldM insists it 1- Ui>.
Just the aa it is sometlUnj;
no film#tner British or Ameri-
can has presented before. Sir
M11 liaei Balcon, head of Baling.
|l not being courageous-
W're just reporting,_ fucts Thi-
liappsnswe show H
There could be no suggestion of
and. The British
Qtimg wi.ui'i not bava accepted
that Nor would lu- ha v.
!o-.i ki-.s
IN AMERICA: Hollywooi
that war victims can
be paralysed (in "The
M-.'l. and <2> that tin? message
ol t;od may be MnuV (In "The
N Votes You Hear').
'nsJirs Ui both countric*
Mtd The M II ^n mogf producers said the
itorj cotild not be nlmed.
The Next Voice You Hear" is
the voice of God. You do not
hear Hint speak, but what He says
III a series of broadcast message*
is reported in conversations after-
wards This film has run into
jd ie s/ttfa Um censor here
Tho Hollywood studio laat nighi
said that cuts would have to be
made for Britain because of Hit
censors fears that the subject
niLijht be considered as treating
(; "with over-familiar ity."
\l I I It >l All I IIA
\lHO did it llrst anywayI:
That meeting between Julie
Wilson und Marion Harris, cabaret
stirs both, was politebut ley.
Mis? Wilson had followed Mis>
Hams at a West End restaurant
and then sung the same satin-
on Dr. Klnsey's leport on th-
human (American) male.
When they Anally met lhe>
wanted to know well who din
introduce it. anyway?
For the record it was Martha
Raye in a lJ roadway musical, says
Marion Harris. So take your place
In he Line Mis Wilson
Af IKK I.IIIIK.I
HO did It first anyway2 :
Was it the Bernard Brothers or
'!' Smeddlc Brothers who started
bi miming act to a gramophone
ret ard background? In the Was-.
Ei. I the Brothers used to feud.
NOW BlOOg comes a mne-ycai-
oki reissue of George Formby .
' un "South American George'--
and there is George miming away
'I an operatic gramophone record.
So take your place in the line.
Hi others.
run 1 or I- A til.
THREE of the original star
; .me-, in British pictures are
back again filming here. Hex
Harrison, Lilli Palmer and David
N ven.
Hollywood put them under
contractand made them world
stars. Now they want Id work on
'heir own either here or in

...nicl U,e ica"> lh-t rtott)
wood the conlmct
t.ir can be bso high
It IS .-Iways d queslio
,. kfl. i:n position your studio
demands thai you maintain:
tWaasBlng pens*, cocktail partlaa,
expensiM' ln'inss
HaiTi'on's servants even turned
up tor work In Cadillscs or
l , k- and their pay was on
the same high level With the
V.111U111U: pool went a poolman
although 'he gardener could have
done the Job Just as well.
And If any or me stars rejected
a part, they could be suspenu>:d
thout pay up to six months.
Si Hex Harrison and his wife
put their money into a "ritiafa
picture, 'Tho Long Dark HaB,-
iind now work together for th*
fust time since "Th- Rake's Pro-
gresB." David Ntttca -i
Goklwyn contract, takes a chance
in a British musical, Happy Co
lively.
In future it will be Hollywood
-hut on a picture-to-picture
lasts. "That way." says Raa
liaurlson. "you can stay at an
hotel, and not always hava to keep
up with the Joncaeo down the
road."
<.IIOAVI\4.-l I'
TO mark Tyione Pow'f
use from film star to successful
stage actor in 'Mister Roberts,'* In
1 .ondon, his studio preires to give
lim more serious parts to play.
First will iirobably be a rssaaha
ol an oki Lealis Howard him,
Berkeley Square", with Power
in Osl Howard role
Tyrone Power welcomes the
After six months of
Mli m Hi>l-orU-that is ho- tong
1 shall be in itI wouldn't want
to return to swashbuckling OT
rushing around with I sword W
n\y hand.
That would Im- like aolng bacrf
to the hors d'oeuvres ;ier tasttns
Um meat ."
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SUNDAY. AUGUST V, 1*5*
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I'.C.K SEVEN
How to make a million with
Two -Boops*
And A -Hoop
By ...IOI1N PHI IIIH I
AMONG such remarkabl>
American phenomena as the Gi ..nd
Can von, the Declaration Of Inrte-
P*Bdanca, ,ui-conditioning, and
bubble-gum. history will record
twu human being*.
: Mr. Crosby
Sine tr*.singers.
Fur eight yean they have been
engaged in friendly eottiest for
luprvmacy in a world where th*
diagnosis for a sore thrnat coulrt
be written in falling dollar signs
Last month, aa Mr Sinatra
L 1.MCUIKI" |
contract, It looked as if he biaal ..:
'ait taken the lead from Crosby
tad If so ict the sociolo-
gists take note la* although these
men are InllWllOilgJli
the appeal they have to American)
is a synthesis of all that is health>.
banal, and naive in the Croat
American Soul You might call
that syntncM* "Croaatra,"
Man ill. u lnn|nr-
It w.is in 1942 that Sinntra\<
throaty ululations first bruuglil
about paroxysms in hi* young
female listeners. At that date
CM by was alrcud> among the
el**'
Wttn his assets liquidated he
would have been worth more
than 1.000.000 He owned rac-
tracks, cattle ranches, baseball
team*, and a much-publicised
CIS loupce.
If Crosby's rise to eminence w
alow. Sinatra's was meteoric. A
generation separates them In age,
Crosby is 4. Sinatra is 33 Bob
Hope said that Crosby was ~tho
man who made Sinatra's mother
swoon."
In their efforts to make Um
larynx the mightiest money-
earner known to private enter
prise they have points of cOmpan-
ton and distinct contrast.
Boili re rferout Catholics.
Both tame up the hard way
Beth were discovered by well-
known bar'l loaders.
-Ho* illi II I r IB pa i
But a continent separates them
in breeding Crosby is the boy
from Tacoma, Washington, pro-
duel of a big all-American family-
A sunlit perstMiality.
Sinatra is East Coast, from
Hobokcn, a bov with one foot sttM
on the immigration boat. His
father was an Italian, a profes-
sional flfihTrr. !
lately captain in the Hoboken Tire
Department
There is complacency in Crosby,
a frustrated anger in Sinatra. The
last time Crosby ever hit a man
was In his school-days Sinatra
recently punched a man for anti-
Scmitlc talk
SngineM ntun-
THIS 'crr-pcia mental difference
Is reflected in their singing tech-
nique Crosby has a benign appeal,
sings of requited love Sinatra
sings of frustration and unhappi-
iu-i*
Crosby's melodious i>h rating
smoou. SuiaUat gel.
death rattle by breathing .low
hat nose as he sings, a
practice hitherto only
ad by the Ked
Indian
rd when Crosby sang,
ftnatra. hrinss m the
ber-crk in the fem dr.
Ann Croetjy u big
The flrm of
Crosby Inc.. occupies
a three-storeyed white
stiioeo kasssBn
s Boulevard., a
tangible ststei-
what can be done with
hoops and a dorp
h Ogsttrola the 53.-
(MHI ghara he ha- in th..
Plttshtirg (baseball)
Pirates: the fio.noti
ranch 5 Tm
Spring- th. 20.1*00
latri in an orange
I ii I e e company It
handled bb lace-track
* Invests
the 1 id

I
rii*.nlci-
i
Sinatra lught an od
w.-ll OB t
him none] to run it i
He can D D
nonnoo i mi scant
i Ai one time he
was said to have been rationed
to. 29 a week by a i
agent.
Both men an- sjaneroug. Crosby
donates about 5.000 a year to
charities. In one year Sinatra
distributed 300 gold cigarette
lighters at a cost of 3" Ha
gave the Rooai i
Fund 1.000 H Jnpt.-d 12
gflgtUfsl
Bach hn.i a hfghK ON
ilitj In
Crosby it is hard and i
His Crosby llwnfih !
gave Aid i lal wartime
Inventions.
Sinatra hi a irl
crusader In hi. >onth i.i
Ku-Klux-;.
mined tu do something about it.
He flrrtteg article* railed '"Let', not
fornit i''it si] Foreigners."
Crosby'.' journalistic entei prise
has been confined to telling the
story of the bull moose he once
shot.
stomps the country
pleading for racial taken
appauls in this UtxarMr... inter-
lard th.- banalities which his Press
agent distributes to 2."00 Ameri-
can Sinatra Tan Clubs.
Sinatra is a dandy In 1948 Im
had U "port suits, 100 pgtj of
"lucks, 5u l' II
are!
iche'
>f L
j tf
n
i
CeaOStt*
KM **** f**-*molm
of shoes. Crosby like* to draai
like a contented tramp.
Hurru-il iHau-
IN Hullywood, where you can
get awards for anything, the
Mution Picture Research Society
g*va the Crosbys a certificate "for
happy home life."
Itecently Sinatra was ordered
M pa) Ins estranged wife Nancy
temporary support of 8*0 a
month, psudlng the hearing of
ner separate maintenance .'in
The restless Sinatra with his
polka-dot bow ties, the relaxed
Crosby taking oft* his wig in public
ptomlse America
n.< rsrasjt MIlBlselllalllJ <>'
frustrated bitterness of ttkMl lyric*
epitomise the American tempera
merit
Missi..!.-
THUS do the boy from Hobo-
ken and the boy from Tacoma
make | rontriltutlnn *" American
history They are in iradition
Crosby started work by washing
cucumbers In a pickle> factor
Sinatra was a ffl-a-week wait'
Their eoal was the same
The day Sinatra walked out of
a cinema after a Crosby film and
decided to be a ctooim-i rather
than a journalist, that was the
day Crosby had to work hard fo
his money.
It was aJaa the aay a sasesasJ
was barn far the frustrated.
B.B.C Radio Programme-
SUNDAY AupiU n ISM
T > Th* Nona: 1 1* an,. New-
Aiulyiio in. m. Ocnrril Aaarmiil'.
I Ihf C'nuncil ol Burop*. T 30 am
IfWm Uu Opsra; S 10 a m From
the Cdllorml. S 10 .. m Phvih.-i.-
Pxsar. Ill in Coskney c^m:
SB m Troin Ih* C5ilMrn Mom
HI. CI II.W pm Nr. Anl>i)iL 11 IS pp,
Pufftw- PuM Offc.' IS SB p m I.ondon
FMwn; 1 1 p.m Ra ?m. Sunday Senica; i a m Th' Hw
10 p "t Itomr Kcw. f.nm arii-.ii,. 7 It
pm MutH Nss. Vs-
tirlr n.tn4bOK' 1 p m Pndr I (I
PrJudic#. r> n> Th* New.; 4.10 p p.
IMarludr. I IB p in Th* Piano fr-
Plraiur*. IS pm Sunday Hall Hour.
4 IS p m BBIharue; p m Monlmartr*
Platsr*. Ill pm Prosrammo Para*
I S* p n, Prom th* Children's Hour. '
p m. Naw Record.. B m. Th<-
Hymn* <* Sim. T p m Th* n*. ? in
p.m. Nrw* Aiulv"!. T li-T nt) |> pi
Clbl>n Voic- p m Radio Ifssihp
f**l; S IS p Rt Knsllah Maaailn*. 8 45
p m. tnlcrluda; S M p m Prom thi*
Kdllorlala. a.m Sunday S*.. )-. s >
p in. Ij>Tidon rnrum. 10 p m Thr Nm
it.10 pm lntarlud*: 10 IB p m An.-
ihlng to Daclar*: it 43 p m Bin ill '
lioquern*. II p m Music, In Mlnlaliirr
Bmn 10 p.m.
MONDAY. Aiifxut m. ISM
T.QS a m Th*. H*w; T.10
IS*a in Th? African Qusstl.
1 SB a.m. Muatc Masan'i". IX RM am
Cominentsn
a m ii-** Duurn. IIBQ n<-im Tli*
Nrw.; 13.10 |> I. K*rt A.U.1..I.. 1*11
pin Prodrnmm* Paradr. ISIS p m L-
irnri. Choke*. Ill) p m. Middlnav >
m India.: 1.00-I SB pm i
rui wl ^ M,ddl*i*s. 3 00 pm. Th*
Mrw.. 3 10 pu ll,>i* N*. rraei Bill-
am. 3 IJ pjp S.-wwtN Hrvtcvt; IN am.
1 llvat: 3.15
-n* Com-
iii '-1 j II \... l!Oi, i
Th* Dally Scrvlrr. 4 IB p.m. Mv Kind l
pm I'mman,ii.i- I'.u.kIiv S 30 p.m. Th*
Sluty Trllrr. .1 4.1 [. i I' .
,, in. Thr AhtM W- Wl, |
.. I>ay M-... TO" pm Thr
N*wa. J.10 pi,. New. Anal' i
p m Crlfkrl Hrp..il ., W I va Mlddlr-
; 1J T41 pm Cslllna Ths W**t In-
dlaa; SOS p m. Radio Nrw.rrrl. S.I9 p.m
js p" r im r.
Tha n.:-ni.,, Hndr: B m pm Hook- I,.
Rrad. 9 41 pn. Thritr,- Talk; 1000 pm
Th* New*. 10.10 pm Inl*Tlud*; 10 IB
p.m Much Blndlns in Th* Mini. 1041
pm (ommimuMlth Surv*>. 11.00 p m.
A T.Ik
BOSTON-.WRl'I. IS Mc WBUW
11.Tl Mc WRUX I.
BBC Radio Notes:
The War Of
The Worlds'
Serial of Wells' Story
Roglnnlng In the coming week
the BUC will broadcast in serial
form a new radio adaptation of
The War of the World*' the ex-
cltlng story J>y H. O. Wells of
thfl lapdlng of Martians on the
rnrth Ultra-realistic versions
uf this Wellskan thriller have In
the past caused panic among
irvdulous listeners In New York
|Ud Chile but this new BBC v*r-
sion will stick closely to the fan-
t,*tlc nnd fascinating novel which
Wells wrote in 1890. Broadcasts
nrin be given at 8.SO pm on
Wednesdays and at 4.IS p.m. on
Thursdays starting on the SOth
and Slst lust.
Man\ Use of Energy
The 1850 meeting of the Bri-
tish Association for the Advance-
i.ient at Science opens In Birnt-
ingham with an Inaugural meet-
ing on Wednesday. SOth August
At this maetlng the president
this year Sir Harold Hartlev.
P.R.S. gives his address. Sir
Harold has recorded a shortened
version of his address for th>-
rr.dio and It will be broadcast in
the General Overseas Service ,i
f-w hours befcre he gives the
full address In Birmingham. H>
subject, 'Man's Use of Energy,' in
thr theme chosen by UNESCO as
a subject for publicity and dis-
cussion this year. The radio ver-
rion of the address will be on
the air on Wed'rfsday at 8.15 pjn.
For Music-lovcra
Those who can listen at 1.30
p.m. in the coming week will get
j musical treat In BBC broad-
casts in the coming week. Two
concerts from the Edinburgh Fes-
tival and two fium the Promen-
ade concerts will be o-i the air
'live' to listenem in this area .at
that time On Monday the con-
cert from Edinburgh will be given
b> the SuriarsxtnxonJer) orchestra
ii.in Copenhagen, conducted by
Frit* Busch. with Kathleen Per-
rler 'contralto*. The proitiarnme
Includes works by Homeman,
Hindemith. and Brahms. On
Saturday William Primrose, the
Scottish-born viola player, will
be the soloist In the first European
porfnrmonce of Hartok's 'Concerto
for viola and orchestra.' This
convert, which will be given by
the Halle Orchestra with its con-
ductor. Sir John Baxbirolll. will
also Include works by Beeth-
cven and Moxart. On Thursday
rlso, this time a1 3.00 p.m there
will be another broadcast from
the Edinburgh Festival with
Hindemith s 'Das Marienleben, in
which you will hear the celebrated
mezzo-soprano. Tennle Tourel. The
Prom' broadcasts are on Wednes-
day and Friday with the BBC
Symphony and London Philhar-
monic Orchestras respectively
Cricket Operetta
On Monday. 28th August, the
BBC will broadcast the operetta.
The Batsman's Bride' or 'Thi
M.-.-i Who Bowled the Maidei
Over.' This gay piece was written
by Donald Hughes. Headmaatei
Of Rydal S.hool at Colwyn Bay
in North Wales, with music by
the school's director of music,
P. H. Hey wood. It is not usually
part of a Headmaster's activities
to writ* an operetta, but this
written last summer for the boys
to perform as part nf their efforts
tc raise money for a achool
memorial. Many people thought
it was good enough for the wire-
less' so the headmaster took the
plunge and submitted It to the
BBC. The BBC agreed It
was 'good enough for the wire-
less' and broadcast It in the Home
Service and are now repeating It
for overseas listeners at 9.00 pjn
<>n Monday, 28Lh in*:.
Whiz Quiz
' *i roo short io ao into thine*
'*nath. so short expressioiu
faeoar. TWs Whi; Quiz lest*
se you're s Man, or Women.
tiers hp prese*iNne a number
rt frrms or abhri'rtationi (or
io idenHfu.
SOS mean- distress in am
viage What do the letter -
ran in English'
2 \BC' are important In any
lang< ige: col'ectivelv they're im-
portaT I In bowling Why*
J \V'irn BO's a degree. It's of
what
4. When the AA's ack-ack.
hat soes cm?
5. You know what 1-A mean-.
In ttv draft, but what does A-1
-lni' Uoyrtl*
fl. ''"o ha K.O 'ed, vou'd b.^
her.
7 "n the other hand, to be OK .
Mi'd what*
8 NEWS we read, but the lei
ters *ineju also guide us How'
9 Rem*mbei way back to NRA
and hat It stood for"
10 The years sped by and ate
had. i. w era. and ERA Meaning
what
11 What are the names of the*.-
abbreviations within the parenthe-
'aa. (A), b i |.o -
11. USA. is the short way of
u>ing United States of America
and "f what other nation?
13 To "hat nation do DPI be-
long
M Without having had any ex-
Krietice with them, you should
aej D.T-s are?
15. Three Americans li;iv*- baOfl
e leeognl/ablr
from these shortened names-- John
L. John D, John P Their full
names were T
16. In Canada. M P might
mean Mounted Police, but in Bri-
tain It would more likely desig-
nate a ?
17. Is Mile Just a short way of
saying Millie?
" You've seen a lot of O-I,
but have you looked Into what the
Wttets come from?
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l*ind* In fact, he takes great
pleasure m viik hi: friends cot-
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S/aeSMVei Iris weight is discussi-d
V, terdaj 1 uvcrhvaid him say
1 weigh si pounds and in .uMi
lion lu thai. 27 pounds leas than
' 9 of mv weigh! If you ran
ire out how ttw/y 1 em, I a ni'i
Picture yimrst lj in ten year.
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you do something lostopfallingluir mum
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starved of the lutural foods on
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the dchcicncygels your hair
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case* of dandrull and V
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Itclarf starts In a hurry! Rigtn
t hen and Chart tha aasll bssjlns
tofeclbattail
TIMES A YIARI
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over 40 inillk
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si MOAT, AUGUST 87. !'.-,
MRBADOS&I Am (Mil,
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Sunday. August 37. 1950
Are Ion It* :isi I'-il p
SINCE the amendments which have
taken place in recent years in the qualifi-
cations for voters in the election uf mem-
bers to serve in the General Assembly, the
method of registering such voters is no
longer satisfactory. This is reflected by
the small percentage nf those who are en-
titled to vote doing so. Many persons who
are fit to render some contribution to the
life of this community are not even on the
register of voters.
The Representation of the People
(Amendment) Act 1944 provides that the
Governor shall appoint registering officers.
Such registering officers shall be chosen .
from fit and proper persons residing in the '\
parish for which he is a registering officer.
The Representation of the People Act \.
1901 prescribes the procedure to be I
adopted on the making of an application |
for registration. A form has to be filled
up by the applicant and sworn to before
a Justice of the Peace or Police Magis- I
trate. The Registering Officer must then *
enquire into the qualifications of the appli-
cant, and if satisfied the applicant Is then
registered in the manner prescribed by tne
Act
In actual practice it has become the work
of political organisations to get their sup-
porters registered and even with th'e work
which is thus done, there is cause for dis-
satisfaction. Those who do not realise the
difficulties of the procedure blame the
political organisations for the fact that so
many eligible voters remain unregistered.
Tha problem of getting Justices of the
Peace who are prepared to travel around
and join in urging the people to register
is a very real one. Added to this many
persons dislike being registered by party
politicians feeling perhaps a distaste for
what may appear to be canvassing for a
particular group.
When the Adult Suffrage Bill becomes
law the present electorate will be consid-
erably increased and the machinery which
has proved incapable of dealing with the
present electorate will be completely
swamped.
The Government should mow quickly to
improve the system of registration. Indeed
that is a pre-requisite to the proclamation
of the Adult Suffrage Act No time should be
lost so that whether the elections of next
year are held with Adult Suffrage or not,
the number of voters will more nearly re-
flect the number who are entitled to vote.
It should not be unduly difficult to pro-
vide simple means of registration. Appli-
cation forms should be obtainable from
every Parochial Office and branch Post
Office. The members of the Parochial Office
and Post Offices could administer the oath
required. Too many people do not even
know who arc the registering officers of
the various parishes.
For the proper working of democratic
government, the people must take an
active and continuous interest in political
affairs. The exercise of the right to vote
is one of the most important duties of a
citizen. By voting he helps to choose
those persons who will represent him In
the Legislature and who will enact those
laws necessary for the peace ond progress
of the country
Every encouragement should be given
so that all persons eligible to do so may
vote. A Government which by perpetu-
ating an outworn and cumbersome and
inconvenient procedure of registration is
failing in its duty. It is failing to inculcate
in the people a sense of civic responsibility
and is doing a grave disservice to the cause
of political democracy in this island.
Bad Weather
IF the destructivenes5 of hurricanes in
Barbados has not yet been appreciated by
readers of this newspaper there is little
hope for such readers.
vernment of Barbados has also
given much publicity telling people what
to do in the event of a hurricane and what
arrangements to make before and after
should that tragedy occur.
But in one important respect they have
shown lack of appreciation of an elemen-
mi> fail which every householder knows.
They have concentrated overmuch on the
word hurricane and ne<;lec!**<* the obvious
danger *hich comes from normal routine
high winds, heavy rains and landslides. It
did not take a hurricane to dislodge an
enormous stone which some days ago des-
troyed a wooden house in St. John. Pic-
mres in this newspaper have made only
too evident the condition of roads and
nutlt-up areas near to Bridgetown alter a
blow." Bridges collapse, telephone ser-
vices* are disrupted and the only consola-
lion that bewildered thousands have is the
iLnowledge that no hurricane is expected,
i ecause they have received no warning.
The Director of Agriculture in a lecture
'.isi week appealed to the public to stop
pamc-mongering." Everyone acquainted
with Barbados will agree that the use of
he word "panic*" is not an exaggeration.
Rut what is the condition which breeds
anic? Ignorance. Just that and nothing
It is not enough that the Director of
.griculture or the Assistant Colonial Sec-
tary should feel satisfied with the hurri-
l .me warning system which exists. "Con-
>ant weather reports are made to Piarco
i Trinidad and if a Hurricane is suspected
e in Barbados are told about It So you
see everything possible is being done to
ensure that the public will know of a hur-
ricane well in advance of its arrivalper-
haps 18 or 20 hours before it reaches us."
l ii these words Mr. Donald Wiles attempt-
ed to reassure subscribers of Radio Distri-
bution on Friday eveningsubscribers
who live in St Michael and Christ Church
>lv
It is imperative that a new attitude be
adopted by the Government during the
hurricane season. No amount of reading
of books, no amount of arrangements for
hurricane relief can take the place of
breeding confidence in the population of
the island during periods of bad weather.
The only way to keep the public in-
formed is for the Government to issue
daily meteorological bulletins in the Press
for the duration of the hurricane season.
"his newspaper has offered its columns
free of charge for the publication of these
bulletins. But there are inadequacies in
communication services for the collection
and dissemination of meteorological data
during the night. To remove these inade-
quacies action is said to iave been taken
by the Caribbean Commission on recom-
mendations made by the Second meeting
of Meteorological Specialists in Martinique
in June this year.
The first recommendation was that a full
24 hour official weather observing station
should be established as soon as possible
in Antigua. There is no news of this having
been done.
A proposal was also made that national
Governments should express their views
as to the establishment of a radio-telegraph
network for the collection and dissemina-
tion of meteornlogical information with St
Croix as the control station and with
stations in St. Martin, St Kitts, Antigua,
(iuadeloupe, Martinique, St. Lucia, Barba-
dos, Grenada. Trinidad and Curacao.
If meteorological experts are critical of
the inadequacies of communications facili-
ties for disseminating meteorological data,
there Is no reason why the public of Bar-
bados should be satisfied with uncertainty
every time there is bad weather.
Internally loo there is great need for u
system of syrens as suggested by a corre-
spondent so that remote country dwellers
can be given adequate warning of
approaching storms. Simple daily weather
bulletins published in the Press and effec
tive syrens throughout the parishes will
breed confidence. The nowledge that in-
formation is being passed to the public and
not kept for the Government experts will
eliminate panic-mongering.
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II* .\M.haniel Gnbbin
West Country newspaper, local
Communists "finding the na-
tives hostile when asked to
sign Stalin's trick peace peti-
tion are touring the vill.i/i'
engaging oldest inhabitants In
genial conversation and buy-
ing them pints of beer In ex-
change for their signatures"
GOOD morning. Mr. Gargle.
Manim
Fine d,i> '
Afmphr a-bin better.
Uke a pint?
Oi alluM as a Quart.
I expect you're a grandfather
and a great-grandfather
Ah.
How many children?
Oi've ad twalve oad buried
/oi
And grandchildren?
Last rounlm there was tharly-
fotve on em.
And lots of great-grandchildren,
too, I expect?
My darters and aranddaierf,
breed toike rabbits. Tiro more
pupped on April Fools Day. a"
three more last dung spreadin.
I expect you'd like them to Uve
Eaecfully In this beautiful vil-
ie?
They'll neoer are no peoe
ii'fiotle Ihry lire ere.
They'll never have peace If wa
don't come to an agreement with
Russia.
DOHf If note notliin obfiuO* that.
bin rh.-rr'll nerer he no pCSKB tFt,
U'haf ii'ith fheir jaw wagain an
back birin an sraitdalmonacrt'i.
But you wouldn't like an atomh
bomb dropped on them''
Thar f u'ould. Do em good, Oi
rackon.
But you can't menn thnt. Mr
Gargle. Think of your grand-
hildren.
Drat etn a'J. Oi say. Ra.kon s
bomb moiohr shake em up, the
a.u lot of rar mints.
But your dear little great -
grandchildren?
Draf em. too. u-ilh fheir sho-m
i bautlin an srreamin.
As 1 am sure you don't under-
stand, Mr. Gargle, can I pertuodi-
you to sign this peace petition to
outlaw the atomic bomb?
OTM Merer put my and lo not-'fn
since Oi Bined au'ay the lease of
my eofcaur. Ee icu s lawyer, to...
But Pin not a lawyer This is for
the good of you and your family.
That's what the lawyer said
If war breaks out, Mr Gargle.
it DUJ !* hell fire for everybody
in this village.
.4nd sarve cm rotvht. Thru if oomin to em so they moight as
well avc a tost* of it now.
Would you like another pint, Mr.
(largyle?
Oi ai'us as s quarr.
Home Fronl
WHEN an American news-
paper, the Jtuhmond News
Loader, printed n .ps showing
Korean war lines of battle super-
.mposed over a map of the local
-ountry, a prcsser employed by
w. .( Wiseman of EnfTeld, N.C.,
left his job without notice as the
map showed the Communists were
only a few miles away.
Nobody knows where the poor
chap is now, but if he Is travelling
*est he has probably reached (let
South Dakota where, ac-
cording to superimposed maps
printed by the local papers, the
Communists have now infiltrated
into the Black Hills, threatening
Ran] I cuy
Fearing encirclement, he will
then strike north and west again
'.ill he comes to Montana, where
ha will find the cunning little
nooks entrenched in the Big Belt
Mountains.
Striking south and west this
time he will read the Idaho news-
papers, which will show the Com-
munists' line over the Salmon
Hiver Mountains.
When he gets to Oregon the
Wall.iwa Mountains will be stiff
'ith Communists
He now has the choice of going
i.orth to Washington or south to
California.
If he goes to California, where
newspapers are printed mainly for
run, he may read an imaginative
iccount of a North Korean occupa-
tion of Hollywood
Outflanked and surrounded, ex-
cept for the ocean escape route, he
will then decide on a one man
Dunkirk, and beat it across the sea
to Japan.
As the Japanese ropy everybody
they will also ha\e superimposed
maps. He will find, according to
the Japanese newspapers. That
Communist armies are advancing
on Tokyo.

Packing his bags again he will
hoard another ship which will take
htm to Korea, of all places.
There he will find some real
Communist troops and probably
be shot as a spy by one side or the
other.
Forward Glanre
ONE week the experts tell you j
the weather In Britain is]
growing colder. The next week
they say it's getting hotter.
They now say it is not only get-
ling hotter, but the average tern- |
pcrature has been rising steadilv t
since 1840.
If this goes on for another two I
or three centuries Britain may be- I
come a tropical island, with palm i
trees and hula-hula girls at Mar- '
gate and alligators in the Ser-
pentine.
Snake bites may become as com-
mon as a cold in the nose, parrots
may shout Insults from trees in the |
parks, and monkeys hurl coconuts i
at the heads of a race long accus-
tomed to the respectful subservi-
ence of all the native fauna, ex-
cept cats ,
As climate is held largely re-
sponsible for character and per-1
wnal appearance, the manners and
aces of the British may undergo!
i complete change.
The pink, wooden pans of young
upper-class Englishmen once so.
admired and welcomed on the,
Continent by head waiters because |
they were a signal to charge
double for everything, may be-1S
come as dark as any dago's, and
animated by dazzling white smiles
and black eyes flashing the side-
long glances which givr a girl
goose pimples, and send her run-
ning home to mum for a quiet chat
on the facts of Ufe.
As for the English character, it
may degenerate like English sport.
Foreigners, so willing to believe
our character Is like our cricket,
cool, clean, decorous and without
passion, may find us playing' (
games like the lesser breeds, '
shouting, screaming, cheat in [ pj.d
letting off fireworks to unnerve |
our opponents.
Football may become a massacre i
and the Oval a shambles after a
lost Test Match.
As the centuries roll by and the
country gets hotter and hotter
Englishmen may become darker*
and nastier, ending up as chatter-
ing guides, furtively selling dirty
postrards to American tourists.
But It will take at least a cen-
tury before Englishmen give up
wearing hot tweeds In the summer
and another before there Is cen-
tral heating In every home. Just
when nobody wants It.
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It's Delicious!!
It9s easily
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LIDANO
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teaspoonfuls to a glass of milk and enjoy a rich
food drink.
He Might Make Men
12 Feet Tall
STOCKHOLM
A new race of Martian men,
ne to 12 feet tall may have be-
come possible as a result of ex-
periments conducted over the last
three years by a team of scientists
headed by Professor Gosta Hajrr-
qvist. of the Caroline Institute
Stockholm.
Already Haggqvist has pro-
duced frogs twice their natural
sl/e and plnk>eyed white Danish
rabbits half as big again.
Much Bigger
About September three litters
of pigs will be born, having been
created by HaggqvUt'g special
special method of artificial insem-
ination .
He tells me he expects thergj
to grow "at least 80 per cci.t.
larger than usual"
But he qualities himself i ,
saying. "There's always the nsg
in these experiments that U\a
progeny may be dwarfs."
By GEORGE AXELSSON
The next experiment is to pro-
create giant dogs.
"So far we are only able to
judge the size of animals produced
by my method," says the profes-
' With dogs we .-hall begin to
investigate their intelligence.'*
The professor declares vehe-
mently, I mysauT will never ex-
periment with humans." He has
no ambition, he say to produce a
race of Frankenstein monsters.
"But" he adds, "undoubtedly
there Is nothing; to prevent such
experiments being attempted.
"There would, of course be the
risk of the human progeny being
dwarfs, as may happen with anl-
nab
Abnormal
"Moreover, there is also the
risk that the progeny may -e
idiots. We shall not know muci,
about what happens so far as In-
telligence is concerned until after
our experiments on dogs.
"I also fear that my method of
procreation may start a growth
process which wouid destroy the
normal nerve cells and conse-
quently cause abnormalities.
"I have no wish to bring mis-
ery on any human being. Big pro-
pie are no better than small ones.
From Lilies
"Colchinin. the substance which
I mix in the ordinary process of
artificial Insemination, is fairly
common.
,"11 derived from autumn
lilies found in Switzerland, the
Caucasus, and elsewhere.
"An army of giants, possibly
witn the brains of robots and
possessing enormous physical
strength, might thcoretlc*1|v be
bred.
The main use of my discov
eries will be in food production'
t*sU
In any discussion of the Public
Utilities Bill, certain principle
must be Initially accepted. Clear-
ly the State owes it to the citizen
t'i see that he is not exploited by
overcharge or In other ways by
public services that have become
an essential part of his dally liv-
ing, convenience and comfort.
That is the State's duty. But in its
attempt to control those service*
for the benefit of the public, it
should be as clearly no purpose
of the State so to exercise Its con-
trol as to give the impression
that it Is an avenging and spite-
ful agency set up for the coercion
of public corporations in the pur-
suit of their legitimate undertak-
ings.
The devolution of powers
granted to the proposed Board
of Control are such as to give
that body dangerously arbitrary
powers. The public corporation is
after all a* clearly entitled to
PUBLIC I III 11 IIS HOAItl)
justice as any individual citizen,
but it has no appeal whatever to
any body or court from an order
of the Board. And nowhere is it
laid down that such orders must
be governed by a "reasonable
cause". Whatever the supposed
integrity of such authority as
constitutes the Board, it is dan-
gerous to the principles of ele-
mentary Justice that such orders
can be purely arbitrary The
mind or minds of those responsi-
ble for certain ^vtions and
clauses of this Bill have been so
dominated by the theory of au-
thoritarian administration as U,
make of the proposed Board a
dictatorial tribunal if there ever
was one.
If this Bill Is ratified by the
legislature as It standi it will be
farcical to refer to these public
lij M III TAlOlt
utilities as within the realm of
private enterprise.
The only parallel to the start-
ling powers contained In ports 6
and 7 of the Bill, is Regulation
58A of the Emergency Powers
Defence Act of 1939 and 1B40 ir
the U.K., which were constantly
challenged in the courts and con-
sistently condemned by the for-
ensic genius of both Bench and
Bar In the U.K.
Such alarming powers as Is
contained in Parts 6 and 7 of the
BUI have only been directly un-
dertaken by Governments, not
delegated Authorities, and then,
have only been exercised by
those Governments in an emer-
gency of unmistakable national
proportions.
The powers of these sections of
the Bill are inuhir to those dele-
gated only to National Service
Officers In the United Kingdom
at the height of the War Emer-
gency, and would be unthinkable
by any peace Adm In i=t ration ex-
cept as a nationalised IndusUv.
The Board's Order bj I
powers of direction are unquali-
fied and no Court has down to
question the manner in which it
exercises It. Some genuine or
"reasonable Mossy
prejudice the public corporation's
compliance with an order, and
the only agency that should dc-
UsrsnsM what is 'reasonable
cause" is a Judge and Jury. But
no appeal to a Judiciary tribunal
is allowed except on a question
Of Law. Hut questions of fact arc
BO often intricately bound up with
questions of Law that if the pos-
sibility of appeal is only confined
to one of Uw it gives to "the
executive discretion of the Board
an almost unlimited Charier."
In England itself Boards with
such powers are really voluntary
domestic Tribunals, "in as much
ag tiicv do not come Into exist-
ence unless the majority of an
Industry has dt -ided In
favour of a scheme" If we want
a public A-.ih"*,t% fox -my com-
pr.rison in England m peace time
rite the "Railwav Rates
Tribunal." "This Is a body in per-
manent session, and has such -
well defined technical )urisdictton,
that they are for all cocunon
purposes. AdrmnisuRBstvo Courts
1W procedure is laid down lo Sta-
tutory rules and ardors and is in
general on High Court lines. It
is a Court of Record* composed
of three members, presided i
by a trained lawyer, with the ad-
dition when necessary of nsBcranrs
selected from an elaborately con-
stituted panel. Obviously the pro-
mised board has no similar sped-
ic const!ration.
It Is no easy abuse of language
nor any exaggeration to state that
the proposed BID for the control
of public utilities Is s document
of Nationalisation exclusive of
the moral principle of compensa-
tion. The fact that it is formalry
stated that Ihe Board recognises
the inter ."its of shareholders is
no assurance that H srHl in fact
function to guarantee those In-
terests.
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SUNDAY, AUOl'ST 27. 19J0
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
Molotov Made
The Plans
PACK MM
1\ IM.I \
0 Amfr.u >IjU- llrparl
meni *dvlft*>i iiwwtn the
.iui-.Ui< thai rvrryone k*
.uktii* HH1 are th* Coan-
muni* la, fAinins tin ii(ih
HOW can ihrv be rhrckrd f
HILL there be uwthrr world
war?
br-iii ihjt the So\ tK Cv.ernmem
could mmmwid "
Dull*-, pays a rwmarkabl.-
tribute ( the London conference of ForeiKii
MUiistoj m UMft
To gain hii ends Molotov played
on the waakuieaaes of bis col-
leagues. He encouraged Mr
Byrnes (the then United Stale*
Secretary of State) to make ex-
tended "off the cuff" statement*.
Mr John Foster Dulles I* the
wealthy American lawyer who
sst?uiszjfs sxs*r g fcg.'fgrg
man in tli.. Previrtfiitial elrr-iniw hop"1* ***** Byrnes WOUM Ultvr
S'iUf. 52 5X2E%JS+E * ** ft* "i**; could
pert of the Republican Party on"" ntlln* lnto *" Ruaaian
foreign affairs, it i still possible M"Jf
that Dulles may attain that office Molotov at once got up and
after the election of 11*52. <** '<" * door, which, say*
His book. War or Peace, pub- Mr. Dulles, he opened slowly.
lished by Harrap MM.), would By now Mr. Bevin was contrite.
consequently be well worth study- and, aa a mark of etneertty.
ing at any time. But, at one of conceded the point at issue,
the architect* of "bipartisanship"' Molotov hoped to provoke the
in American policy-making. Mr fourth member of the group,
Dulles has been a member of the M. Btdault, to leave the ronfer-
United States delegation to almost ei.ee. So he tried to outrage
.very important international con- French honour with petty slights.
ference since the war. and Is now omitting, for instance, lo tell M.
b-ick in harness as Special Adviser Bidault that the time of the
to Mr. Aehwon. meeting had been postponed.
He can therefore give an eye-
witness account of the history of Kiii.iif-
Amertcan Soviet relation* since m ,.' rTAS ,.n.
gjLSf- wh,rh < *- ftSUSk TZi^ the
Finally, the outbreak of war in " intarnaUonal ****** ut
Korea, whose danger Dulles fore- ,hi" cenUiry, beginning with those
saw. has invested his challenging m* The Hague Peace Confar-
litle with a new and sombre sif- tfn>( "f 1*0" I have never seen
riflcance. personal diplomatic skill at so
Th*- answer which he givea to high a degree of perfection m
his self-posed question will not Mr. Molotov s at that session."
arOUM false optimism: "War is Was it at Molotov'i direction
pitbable." he says, "unless by that the Communists attacked
positive and well directed effort* South Korea? This oook was, of
we fend it off War is not inevl- course, in print before the invasion
table and 1 do not think it is immi- began. (Incidentally, It is surpris-
nenl. Something can be done ingly up to data event* up to
about It." February 1850 are included in the
Throughout the book Dujles lexl)_ But Bull**, wno was in
stresses the immense gains which Seoul only a week before the
Communism has made and its re- attack was launched, can hardly
lintless urge for expansion j^ve been surprised as he wrote
"Already Soviet Communism ln ^i, book:
has extended its control over more mWmm! tarred lest the witli-
one- hlrd oMhe human rare. This ,d be ^ ^ntl lnvlon
1.^. h.p^ned n 33 ,c.rv Such K ,he Nort
SSrTSLhTSfl w nJ* morTriT * >" **' " l>"d "<<
es *' ,0;j and well-armed Communist force.
Masaryk said ... j^,, hopeful, however
Mmettcwar CommunBrn haa d MUc^<) that "at least the
s?S*ss,ls, iSr,M.,.,Si,cs; sou'" k^*" """
tral Europe. (Jan Masaryk. the _<-!, ih. rlanaerous
Czech Foreign Minister who later P"j .ffSaassSS .mS?
committed suicide, told Dulles that ** of its greatest weakness.
"Soviet proposals often smelled ..* -.
so bad that he had to hold hi* Kelorm Duo
nose with one hand while he raU- "* <*<* Ouuea propose to
cd the other hand to vote 'or counter Communist expanaioi.
them." Dulles drily comments: ihioughout the world?
"But he did it.") "Power is the key to success in
It has won a victory in China dealing with the Soviet leadership,
"which surpassed what Japan was he writes, explaining that this
seeking and we risked war to includes nut merely military power
avert" but economic power and the tntan-
In other part* of Asia, and par- gn,ics such as moral judgment and
ticularly in Africa, governments W0IiO opinion.
are vulnerable to indirect aggres- Hc pu.ces greal importance oi.
sion by Communism fJle rt.(orm ot the United Nations,
Dulles, remarking that the Bel- ^ R snoul(] ^ lle univergai
gian Coijgo toAjnarlo> prtDcipfJ ApDUrenUy he would ev includ |
*~Z .i^l^ i^- .K. qmVi, Ctrtiimunlsl China as a n.embei
iKtmbs consloeTS that the Soutn ... ,, rr* -. .._.. ,h
African policy of while supremacy And he would attempf to limit th.
"both wrong and obsolete In tha veto.
world today", is giving Commu- .Secondly, he wants Western
Dim the opportunity to preclpi- Europe, including Britain.
late a bloody struggle throughout unite. He would apply "friendl>
Africa. but Arm pressure" from America
Against that, he counts the de- using the bait of Marshall dollars
fertinn of Yugoslavia the stablll- to hurry the process along.
Million of Western Europe, the Dulles seems to believe that th"
check to Communist expansion ln ltn\y reason whj Lritain will not
Greece, and the isolation of Rus- )0in m a Federal Europe Is th*
sio in the United Nations. necessity for ''insulating*' Social-
Totting up the net score hecon- im lrQtn nalunij economic forces
friders that the hard core of West- k attempt to understand
^SSSL ?nS'" Brllain'a link, with the Empire.
In Asia, Dulles looks for the
establishment of a permanent
Whv thev ".in association of Free Nations of
Out of7he^e^inV?T(.0 000 people in the world, more than *&* l?to i'P8" ,toto M
700.600,000 arc already under exhibit in Asia of what a free
Communist control and the Rub- society can develop in spiritual
sion leaders have good chances of and Intellectual richness and
further expansion in much of the material we^l-Delng .
remaining areas whenever they Cheeriest
may be disposed to move strongly. Dulles is emphatic that military
Dulles conclude.: "There has expediency must not be allowed
been a very dciinite shift in the io run American policy: "We shall
balance of power, and that shift nnt qualify for survival, he says,
has been in favour of Soviet Com- -,( we become a nation of material-
munisir, Wla and u OT gjve Xhe impression
Why does Communism gain in 0f growing hard and inhuman, and
strength? Dulles gives three rea- deBf l0 ,, cry ^ manklnd that
son*. way be found to save them
ANTIGUA
Army Life Begin*
With A Slice
Of Cake
From I'Hiiiiik t'(M>K
Be guided
K. .i ,
FORT DIX. Ne
I......
young men tumble <>ut id bu
from New York ,d the sjMraaW
lo this huge United SaBaM bmin<
Ing camp m-ery few houj |
sjOWsstasjl
They come in grimy ovenill-
and undershsrts, clutching a looth>
biush. towel and r.uor.
They are the material wit i
which America is building hei
'new army* On their first da>
they do no lwk impres-
sympathises with the old-time
drill sergeants who have to take '
n on. and whose (yxnntents on
the whole business of a "new I
army" are often unprintable
$
14 week* later
By S. t I -Xl 1IH OWi:\
Luxury
civilisation
OOr.OOO people, with another 100.-
000.000 in South America.
pSRHAPfl the moH stnkinK
difference iHtween Antigua
and Barbados lies in the feeling
of its being not isolated, of its
being part of a larger community.
From its highest point. Boggy
Peak, no less than a dozen island-
are visible in clear weather
From Barbados, none. baWM I
sense of self-sufficiency and a
narrowness of outlook which
Antigua lacks.
Most of my readers are familiar
with Antigua in a general way.
the town of St. John, one of the
Hrst to be planned on the gridiron
system. Rat Island. Joined by a
causeway to the mainland, where
.hey make the rum. the "double
skinned" hurricane proof Cathe-
dral with it* 18th century French
statutes destined for Guadeloupe
over the gate. Government House
and Its dining room with fourteen
doors and English Harbour, the
Gibraltar of the West Indies two
hundred year. ago.
But there are one or two inter-
esting, but in. familiar features
which I shnuM like to mention.
Pre Historic
One is Green Castle Hill This
is one of the most impressive pre-
historic sites in the Caribbean. On
the top of the 700 ft. high bill sil>
the moon Goddess and below her
the Sun god a monolith twenty
feet high From these, on the
appropriate axes radiate statues,
tombs and fertility emblem, all
the way down the hill culminating
in a temple enclosure approached
by a triumphal way. All this,
though overgrown by bush. 1. in
an exceller.'. state of preservation
It I. nov widely known that
there were at one time camels in
Antigua imported by the planters
from the Canary Islands, where
I myseir have seen them in sugar
fields. They were brought to the
Canary Islands from the near East
by African mainland. To feed
them, the variety of nracia known
as "camel thorn" was also
Imported, and now grow, freely
over the pastures affordmg wel-
come shade to the cattle and
together with the dale palm im-
ported to feed the camel drivers.
giving the island an exotic
appearance peculiar to Itself. ThU
thorn Mowers like mimosa and
smells very sweet.
BOTTOM: NaUon's Dockyard
RIGHT: Admiral'. Hon-r
Nclsen'" Dockyard.
colony of pelicans, Galley B i .
with Its magnificent view of l e
lighthouse and the sunken sh ,
Half Moon Bay, the most perf- -i
crescent imaginable, but it is wot
the roufch Journey to visit ttatm,
Fort James is surrounded by
beautiful old buildings and thtl
beach and the lovely Fry". U.iy
and Morris Bay which look aci"S*
to Monlserrat arc approachable
bv a good road.
On Foot
Glory
starvation of the body
known" could be done through new
2The propajcanda is backed techniques of political warfare to
up by a party with "the most encourage resistance within Com-
uthless, unscrupulous, highly- munist countries. And he con-
trained, omnipresent, secret
that the world has ever know
S Communism has the advj
tage of the offensive.
At present that offensive

ludes with an eloquent appeal
or greater confidence In our
i- spiritual heritage.
War or Peace was, of course.
I" written mainly for an American
mainly bring pursued In Asia and ,mblic; but everyone who wishes
Africn to tee the Korean battles In the
"Contrite Bevin perspective of the global struggle
Dulles makes the startling dis- for power should read what Mr
closure that when Molotov retired Dulles has to say.
from Minister of Foreign Affair* if his voice at times sounds
last year, "he Apparently did ao gr|m an.l cheerless If he lacks
because the Politburo felt that he fun understanding of the Euro-
should devote his entire time to pcan scene, let us acknowledge
working out the Soviet Com- tnat he has written the most out-
munlsts progr.imme for revolution standing and enlightening survey
in Aiaa task so important that nf world affairs published since
it deserved the concentrated attan- lne -nd of the war.L-I.S.
tion of the best international CHARLES WINTOCE
The glory of Antigua is its
beaches mile upon mile of white
sand, gently sloping lo the crys-
tal clear water, and usually
backed by a belt of trees and ti
lagoon. These lagoons are of
great extern but shallow and one
may often tee a llsherfuan stand-
ing half a mile -Kit from the
shore. At sunset thousands of blrd>
cover the surface of the lagoon
and the bushes s-rroundlng it
Including a bright yellow canor.'
hich 1 have not seen elsewhere.
The best beaches are barely
rccssible by very rough roads,
iioh as Dickenson Bay with If*
Really to appreciate Antigua,
however, one must walk, which
fortunately Is easy as there ar.
tine footpaths all over the island
The walk along the crest of |he
hills from Boggy Peak to fai-
mouth. is breathtaking in IU
lieauty So is the deep defile of
the Christian Valley wilh it
Kiganin .hade trees, its Kent1
Mowing stream, pasturing cattl
and luxuriant tree ferns.
Every now and men you pass
I-ilus filled pond, sometimes with >
little mission church, or old mill
I effected in Its waters, sometime-
jt
cows, the magnificent white Zebu.
coming down to drink
Anllguu has nn empty look
after Barbados Great stretches
of uncultivated land with not a
house or village visible. In the
rnlns It is bright green and cov-
ered with wild flowers, in the dry
season all brown and parched
The exception to this Is the great
plain, stretching along the fool
of the lulls from Five Islands Bay
p..st iiendalls to the Body Pond.
Raaervoif and covered wild n.ii'
after mile of waving cane At
evening, the hills beyond are
.obalt blue in the bright air Here
i ad there boys and girls .It watch
ing their cattle in the shade it
huge old mango trees.
Over by Five Islands where the
lepers .ive the shape, of the hills,
are contorted Into weird shapes
by volcanic action and across th
great mud flats below poles are
placed to guide the traveller
through the swamp.
In the rafnotoat recesses of the
Isand. far. one would say. from
dvuintlon, ppaan, behind gates
the American luxur> club of Mill-
leei. with lU lovely houses and Up
lo date equipn tnl
Bin | rhaps the most ittlklni
11 ..... Ot Antigua is of Shirle,
Heights *!! a night of full moon
The glUUit and massive skeletons
of tin' l .in.irk buildings of Nelson's
nay rise out of the cactua tfnub
against the night sky and the old
gun emplacements glitter in tin
moon Fai below, the yachts lle
Mill m Kngh-h Harbour and
-jcrofg a shmirv^ sen .un be seen
the faint outlines' t>f Guadeloupe
It is an uric s|t. reunite, ind-
swept fu.l of gho'ls. with the
pnualvrg1 lair of Indian Creek
.u-t belim Vim ;i'niost expect
to hear bugles blow as you tramp
the deserted path.
From here the neglected Islanr
seomi io stretch to Infinity*, this
poor sister of the Caribbean fam-
ily. waiting with her superb
l-enches and genial citmate t
WaaoHM the tourist who nevei
comes The Millreef club, how-
ever, is a start, and there I. a hope
that I I'll days for Antigua ma>
be In store
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KimHi-.li weeks later, wh.-n
ii rtcrulu movo ofl Fdi Um omo
stjge m tiu- otvaplkakM rwhrtrnl
M-hooling that is needvit now '.i.
ot n .. i ivili.m into a fig'it oik man |
they look different. And they aro. \
Wb.it happens to the youiMfstcis
liom whom Fmt l>ix has coined
new word "raweruita u
heir first few days as soldiers"
Surprises come from th"
moment they arrive They come i
expecting orders, bawling'
sergeants, incomprehensible duties
What they actually get is a slice'
<>r cakr. and a cup of coffee.
Then they are "marched" (if you
can call it that) a hundred yards |
OT so, Into a large wo. dei hut,
whi-re Ihey come face to face with
then- lirst kihioiu M.i item
lohn Devine. conun.in t. i ..t K>>n
Dix. Is not terrifying of aspect or
of voice To (he new recruits he
'..Iks like j father.
What General Devine tries kg
it is to convey lo the how il.i.:.i
<> ungslers the thoughts underly-
ing tnis country's "new army It
i' like the old army in alms; it
wants total obedience and intend*
t.i have it Bui "theirs not lo
i iimhi why' is gone for ever
Recruit* mtw an* lo'd why. made
u. iinder.~t.niu 'he t mil result.
the- siiy. is the same
Wisdomand unwisdom
In their tluee mi nths at Fort
Dtl OM TgwcruUg" may not
beeoine fi.'nt-llno s)ldier..1 But
tw*n Uiej leave tlie> .ire equipped
"ith some knowledge of how t.i
make a bed, how to march, how
to lean a map. bow to iie.it aore
uet. Lots of them have learned
h >w to drink a glass of beer. And
ill of thorn have learned the un-
wisdom of saying "Scram" to i
oiperlor who issues what sounds
ike a rtdiculnus order.
Fort Dix has ila own staff of
psychiatrists. Some q| the peopV
who need them most are the olu-
tlnaa NCC*
Said one of the psychiatrist*
"They have quite a Job U>
. iijusi theaoMlvgs to tha now
Army and Ita ideas! In the old
nay., they will tell vim, sergeanLs
told a man to hurl himself off a
(lilt and lie hurled. Now they come
to us full of bewilderment at the
ioffec-and-cake routine. In then
time it simply didn't happen. Well,
like the n't nuts, they have to get
used to a lot of new things. They're
in the Army, too!"
L K S
A wiM mother lets htbv decide .bout
the milk for bottle fecdi. Lots of energy, iteady
gains, conttnted dajs, peaceful nights these tell her what she mou
want, to know baby is doing splendidly on Oiterrnuk.
Why caa saotht pin her Isith so
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brasst On it Ing Is dlfficiili Of unposiiblc
it hi tha pssfsct subiiitutt tor mothers
I U flsest grade cow's
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ay aa> safaar drrbig pro.CM And
imponsnt addluoni xe made: Iron
to enrich the blood ojgar to modify
the lood for tiny dignuons Vuamui
1) to help build strong boaes and
teeth. OMcrmdk n made by Qtuo
lii-rmrifi Ltd wiio, slrat 190k,
have been pioaeen in the develop-
mem of the best poulbie foods fot
bahiei.
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PACE TEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, AUGUST J7. l*M
William Blake-PoeL Painler "
Th. i.I
And Mystic
Hi-ail. rs Sj
** lltfttriimlinn
-nd corners of Paradise; models of
ihe exquisite pilch if intense
i*>ctr> I thougM .f their hKht jnd
By IRIS COXLAY
[him in IW. .V.it.jm lll*k>-
Mas a li-lonaij limn ihr jjr
if i..ur Port. p.i in*-tn in- rrape fraai re-
i rn Units I turn ia art has in
nit ii.ro (Mintera u iUI the
,..-.., ds* III* in i s*ewa
i*i" UpeahaMt Jerusalem.'
nd perhaps hi. mart *(-<***
al ommedla' lllu.tril.otw The
""'MS %' Inaaeeacr and Ex-
\\ Mli Ihelr .\-iuhdle
n :r* ngi were h
. p.iirrl jihurrmrnl
nei the advan
..no carried In
Hoi born
In*- mou 0.
ii with them dowi
'gate. Then
dhflfeaaaj
MR, In ihe lecture vn Hum-
cSMi b* the ih-rctor 0r Agru-ul-
shade. and looking upon Ihem l SJf* Skee?-** L? * *-
found no word to deicr.be them ^* *d^rtEi"rM to *"* "*
Intense depth, solemnity, an.! vivir. siriM .a~c^,l,*<, P*nic-moo-
bnlliat,r> only coldly ..
ly dearnbe tnem There i> ,i, .11 Al th* time 'he lecture .vs.
mystic and dreamy ! i big delivered. ih* bland waa
If this trerr England I would say:
HELLFIRE CORNER
IS SAVED
From IIOMI < IIAM : Toegta
such
Jerusalem", the gn
.'..-:. >!..: t^<
tiis prophetic poairu
if 1 COUld BIHt tli.-.
Criminals
l could not dare to take vensjean.v.
II 'r-ios> are so constnu
poet not mime an unfortunate mii-
'nke. One day a wtldicr came mm
hU garden and was intuiting when
Blake asked him why he was
i t* flew about and itftei-
:<: "' ' it .... ,:, n >>:,. |
soldier was ev. ntually farnbly r.
moved, but afterwards he broucht
* auiy oapuseo. on grain of M tYS 8S KaltS.
GrtlUm Gibbons onw]e font In w.y of vengeance. I punish Iht trial th. o^ reiurne :
' r T. S^sSi.^Jam- Sk** P"n^'d" <* found lodemg, ,n BouB
-f hKnfancy little ts known When he was twenty-live, M ton street He
can be *hmpeca married Catherine Boucher
- note in the blanket black-eyed aad illiterate daugh
pi tT or wnlcii BUKe him- nf a market dUrdeutr at Batte
'O-ars Liter. They lived in Groan Strev
i ..rm- into the world like a Leicester Field*, in London ana s
r.i.i U-: in d crowd" he hi' '
I :>>< corner of Hro.id And bullded up by the Divine
London fund that ihe tinner ..hall alw.iv-
::.i;. wIDJauri ..cape,
..-born ui a hosier. Janies And he who takes vengeance i
1 : BllMl II 1 should dan to lay mv niu-
ntty; he was duly baptised, on a grain of sand
IF THIS WAR wire taking place in England, I would
t* i-.'porting to-night that Hellflre Corner is now safe.
Imagine for a moment that during the past two week?.
an enemy has pressed the defenders of democracy u;
England into a box bounded by Dover in the south, Hai-
uich in the north, and Chelmsford in the west.
.Those two weeks have been has traipsed Us way across uie
craucal. Any day could have battlefronts of the world.
sort orouK'i' a break-through There Two days later, and what a
nd ware Momenta when the bast change' Back In the hills 16 miles
miii;,.ry minds feared that the north of Taegu. American and
^^^'!-.t.hrr.._J^_^ J? warnings durtniuTe war The fifcL2fl,SsS^ d I.ina coulri be effeetively **"
ight
mor as penetrates and kindles , rife with rumours of a hurr-r
inmost loul and gives complete an -nd many peopU- were senoultV
mnnt J delight, unlike the concerned as t0 whether'uZZ
me prLfen> galas .tornieo. gaudy da> light of thit world The) hould start to mah" their house-,
ine place set on nre and itt Ihre* a,,- like all th-.t wonderful arti*l't '^me against s ttormTbut^could
hunurvd inmates released. Weeaa wmKn the drawing aside Ihe fleshly "nd n^ lefliiiu- informiition one
t uidmiiininatv veiujeaiire fol- curtain, and Uie glimpse ol ;hai *> or the other
tuweo, ana Blake remeniberea it rest which remaineth to the peopi
Mvniv. making it the corner stoni- of God "
.' Ins philosophy ul l ur given-si, Periods of happiness and undei ~l. ~""" *** *." simple and
nd *-r which emerges with such standing alternated In Blake* life **** '"eons of ign-limg Ihe
le greatest There wos the peaceful Interlude 'I''""1 ' storms, and this could
The
-f Uii,
tily vay io
Is to ha;
end tin
niplt
w\
111
covered by from
Wif. or al rao.1. my Ono a
Piruh. ilratcmrally kMttd rn,.
cost would ! ,,-r, r,-monblr
TJK- urewnt vfcm of warnin,.
n2f f"cral Pl connol hB
EX??, *U,e "* WIUl U U>i
ntcnt.or... , .> houM, wM
nol be reached by any ! ihe
'Methods laid Uowu
the public iculd lel conll-
I reeln
e, in- ion atreel He wa, acnumed. bin ,i,- ih ., . . "t 77' co""-
r. ,.. Ih. ..ram of Irud (or h,|hnu. ElmU UhSfffS w,n
oabicr on would weieh on mt men L,,.,T ?. *"! br '"" '""l"
. ..I said. Lp a print shop which eventually
nrum h^avas (our he knew that failed because Blake's younger
hao Ten -he Eternal face to brother, who managed It for hi
it his hoary visas* died Marriage meant everythi:ur
-,-.;. . window pane and the to Make His whole philosophy
bum into tears HU fcrerUlllng that of D. H. Lawrence
,vorldl>-wiM-. saw value centred around the idei
Ue,|U.mi.THVnvJr* (,C1 "-1"-* brtT*n man anrt 'Ught andw^uld'att h'.m.'^Draw
When little a*t-year- woman Both preached a doctrine me Motes', or Draw m Jullu,
to describe the W .,ual regeneration, but Ulake Caesar'. Than, ttrammJThta m
Vnerl^,i wel'TT^ *"' W fur'her H ttT in-" ^ " see what Blake sa".
. rie t .,nl f ansjeta rence. and by setting his doctrine lie would hear the poet gav '-There
' .* (>e,Punkie*1 ii skle the conviction that Body he is," and afterwards watch him
>'d and Soul are a living unity ha '"raw with alacrily, looking
friends begun at this
years, it is said, he never went
of the bouse.
Gradually his work brought htm
more and more admirers. Samuel
Palmer, Fuseli and John Varle.
those of his closest
friends who managed io ponetrst.-
his seclusion. Varley would be al
1 P*-'r7 lowed to sit by him f,i
storm.
. anic on the slrenirth i
^'Hl serve fhc purpoee.
lUjlow,"
SI PrUr.
E SMYTM1KS
.UUkh
My Sell that 1 do not
absoroed in lac.
nol Action:.
What-
behold th. outward C.e.uon and T,"al"a"7" ?"""' W"- lhl
Uiat to m. II U hindnuice ^ S? ?JZ"^"* C"lh'" < "''< n
Sun rlae,,!,,,,,,
Hue of flrei ,
V "Sm
le iwnponyB",.,^
vlnu II.. ..^^.
en the Sun 'ru^|*"m- w.^ lh" " "t
Mere
All they have been able to do in
tie last 40 hours U Io lob a few
t fringe of Ihe town.
The evacuation has been stop-
ped The. people are back al their
"ormal business of selling apples,
rice, and watermelons, washing
i-lothes and si'ting around smok-
ing 20-inch pipes
THIRD, over to Pohang (Har-
wich), where tonight I spoke to
General Kim Hon ill whose
great victory on the cast coast
In the last two days has made
him tho Montgomery of South
Korea.
When 1 met him he was silting
in an almost bare billet cooling
himself with a green and scarlet
paper fan.
T-Sioiu- Monty'
There is a good deal of .esem-
biance between him snd Mont-
In two days 1 have toured all somery He is spar*he would
kifown that Fuutbaii fronts in Korea. From each 1 r turn a scale at more uian 7*L
u-awj bigger bring back the menage: "We are " despises comfort He works al
much more in- here to nay." bare kitchen table aa a desk and
man Crake! . I*, mt itemig,. sleeps In a canui bed in UM
unand s de- fflKST, the area of Pusan. ihe corner of bis office.
this campaign: LIko Montgomery he is not too
the Reds forced a bridge- precise about uniform. When 1
over the Naktong River, !flw him he was wearing a O.l.
a town of nerves. This i&tlgue suit, with two silver stars
port into which flow the on a pocket, and a pair of gym
suppliaa for the defenders, shoes.
. puivtuuw hv~the (V^i Without those fupplkns there Uke Montgomery ha has given
if you choose. Work up the mug- lee of a ground of Ua own ii wT* ,,ould " no rea**l*n to the if vision and noted that the nowly formed Ten ****** .For daJ'a Uier'* wer om'- ?!* ^llt'r campaigns in China
nit Association was not a*>ked i
play at Kensington merely be
Soc#*r
To The Ctftter, Th.- AasMasfi
SIR -n I
hat m.-e
crowds, and Is i
ternatloniil game than CrldnVt'
t'o you nut see a round
romewhat like a Guinea?
no. I tec an Innumerabl.
0| the Heavenly host crying, Jloly
I'oly. Holy uj the Lord God
Almighly1 I quesUon not
combine
awlngs. and the "Songs of in
ocence", povnu inscrioi-u wiu
viicate and poetic margin.*
dr-corations. were a joint proouc
lion of himself and nis wifesm
m* linting a few of the
(nation Io the state
thing Is done", Blake used to
remark.
learning. Among his last drawings wen
the "Divina Commedia" lllustra-
wriluigi. with tions, and perhaps hit most sue- ousIv l)n)V,de}d v
">ch ^,1, ;;.,, t, lnf. /,,
Public apuealed to t.
rectlon of stand-
nous whispers that this was the Manchuria. Unlike Montgomery,
place where ihe Americans would ha chain smoke*
cause 1ihe^rp^vldTp'vil^ ! '"'" """"tL ,
acwrniriodaUoii. hut were 8*"*r- Marines were ordered
t
upporl aha
<'oiiK>real Vegetative *>c ^ "n.un* M" rew or ln* -,n*(ravings
more than 1 would Question a H!S "*. ln*JniPr";on* na
Window concerning a Sight. I
look thro' it and not with It."
anting and engraving the copper
lima weni on there er
wful. apart from ...
adnrned his own poetry, were 'ihe
designs for Stair's Grave. The
theme of these was death; and who
more qualified to interpret such
heights and depths?
His last poetic work was "Jeru-
salem". This was summed up and
brought together the themes of hu
earlier works and gave a unity to
"The Book of Thel". "The Marn-
age of Heaven and Hell", "The
verse and..at fourteen was ap- ."^T,0' mankind, Willi.nu Songs of Innocence and Experi-
rrennced to an engraver. The Catherine's marriage sue ence", ,Tha First Book of Uri*en"
engraver was an undersiandinit ,vcaud' *""* passing from a slcrilv 'The Song of Lot". "The Book ":,!" ** rat" Ml- -ni! a,lpr thai a
'an. and realised that he had a *nd ''"nlal opposlion, in lime Of Ahanla" and "Milton". And In wp 1VI'"' f^undly bawttfli tl-i-ouari '
l upil Who might nol flt easily Into ll Mcam* the truly creative tha end his philosophy was dis- "ol **""* haefliUmita Io playing
an apprentices' school, but who|irel""nn,,'1^' that every marriage "Mad '"to these few phrases. "I ,m heavy grouitd, and with a
could teach himself more than r.e*s,unjld ** :i w a rare and * nothing. I am qplie happy. I "envy wet boll,
v.ould leam in apy classes. Ha,p,ri,liaI achievement for Blake, hould grieve Io possess earthly rimthaii ...n.nsa ...
therefore invited Blake to so ouol8lflc* hl" P'n the greatest '<". for everything that a man
... v *S^. . i. *a- urlhai Ih f l..-. .. .i......i , i ,
This was ihe kind of small boy difflcuIllc between ahem.
who al Ihe ajte of twelve, wrote u'*li*. wor> by paUenl
Why then mUB*. U,nV ,
debarred fr mi plgyblg u./ibill at

namely, when the rains ;ir. fall-
ing and lh grouno* K in a soft
ffOBdltlon? Those who r--;ill Uie
tournsment held here
In li. pick that pocket over the
Naktong. Succeed or burst were
their ciders. They succeeded.
They cut and chopped thai
oeidgeliejd so savagely that only
a handful of Reds were left io t'on.
Ihnp side
safe
of the river Pusi
About the future of the war
he was in no doubt. He said- "I
can clearly say I will advance "
As a man who has crushed o
North Korean division his view
is entitled to respect.
Well that is the physical posi-
Almost more Important it
psychological improvement.
was The "old sweat*" of this campaign.
who remember the days when we
1.IKK THK 8.5.t were desperate enough to put on
SECOND, the sector round Tae- battalion to defend one point,
gu (Korea's Chelmsford) a town "ow ilnd themselves In a proper
- il, ,>L f^in w 1ha' l,es al 'oad nd rail June- li,!e wl* their flanka defended.
I i't.'III*. Ill *>! line*--<>e.l .. .< *
of Uri7.cn ',;1 " '" f*1*' '>rnament
i the |Mist to content -einselv
The last portion
iow been given |.i
l meanwhilf
^I'ni^of^n^^u^^^un BSt^T^S^ "' ^S^ *
fmsSS SSTiKEE kHH:^TS mvassvgi
ins ralpsble shapes from fc &* W , hsssSOBl pail. He acccanplUhed a mass of work twenty or thirty lines at n time. Pinfold Street, also "Stork-ton
V. hen his seven years' ap- L-v *" extraordinary union of ex- without premeditation or even
pranttcSShiil wi> over. Blake ""unless patience with a t\- ry, against my will. ... I may praise
turned seriously to Ihe engraver's ***tle9s. creative imagination. He it since I dare not pretend to be
art Me worked hard at his draw- "vtr paused between one task olher than the secretary, the
in* too even exhibiting at Ihe first i,ld another "I don't understand authors are In Eterni^".
show held by London's Royal wnat you mean by the want of Whenever s. spoke of his own
Academy of Arts. But the two ex- holiday." he said, and he de- death, he would say that he could ried forward on this .
cerienres which made the greatest clared that writing and design not think of it "as more than going 1 should therefore like lo advise
DM i his life ol thnt time, were relaxation, after engraving out of one room into another", oi 'hrt *ls be nol dissipated on
ii'irriaae and his invol- find woodcutting. uI BOing "into that country which Inuis us in the past, on I tenant
unl nartielpanon In the Oor- Tb* best known among the al1 "*>' life long I have desired to not taking a long view, but that
don Him, nf 1780. which origin- woodcuts nre those he made for plore When the day came on steps be taken to incorporate tr
d in the strong religion of those Thornton's text of Vergil. Samuel A"*"*1 'h. 1827, he died joyous- Aisoeiatinn, and a diligent tear, h
Palmer hat a lovely description of lv' ently and imperceptibly for a suitable ground be made and
,".'............*-"< SOCCER ,AN
which the II cided to use. The advice give:
has thus proved fruitless
I have been informed that a
Mibstanlial balance has been car-
tlon to the southa town that has
lop priority airfield lying be- An Army Now
hind i'.. TX'fending a line" is a ph;
From Taogu b hot and dusty air tiat has died out here. Now the
-trip the lighter planesAustra- *!" talk only of attack. They
iUhi an Americango up with have the materials to do II.
the regularity of suburban trains The period when the Americans
to cut and harry the enemy. thought they were acting as local
On that same itrlp vital sup- policemen to try to keep the peace
plies .re arriving steadily. Planes r-as gone for good. These Amcri-
are bunging in day and night cans and South Koreans are now
every.nlng from C rations to land- an army.
> linos They have begun lo kill the
The threat lo Taegu became so enemy in large numbers. They
real that on the night I arrived have shredded his supply lines.
there, the inhabitants were order- Night and day they harass him
ed to evacuate. f.om th* air.
I saw them pouring down the The best military Judges here
roads south with their shabby sty Ihe tide has turned. Soon.
j "-.cations on their backs they believe, It may begin flo<
another pitiful contribution to ing towards the 38th Parallel.
lojpsj column of refugees thnt believe them. L.E.8.
dav.
The artist happened to be walk- thenTin one of his" letters.- "They
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SUNDAY ADVOCAIt
PAdK III\iN
L COMM4iVDOS 2/? Y A
QUICK-CHANGE ACT
1
OF .Hi Um m-irkm*
m-ip in Genera! Mi |
jMP1'1 jaBf room. the |
V*1 :hr n"le village of Piaan-
^^M. Mhind the Amu
CO II.. \.,k
Be circle is in red. That Is
^colour used by Mac Arthur*
^B to distinguish enemy units
Mat there is no divisional or rrgi-
JBantal number to g> wtfti it. ui
9- is with imi
ilisposiUons
ide the Nd i
three words and a tlgurr
tfugees rommflinl .loproxi-
ly 30.0Q07'
circle on hi
id Pisandong ami thoaa
other refugee*infested area*
t iepn.'M-ut lha generalix*
tilling tribute to the
wsful. BBMl dongenAi*
^^^hunplest of The secret weapon:.
^^pcknl from the Soviet unn-
Korean war
On 'The New Enemy in Disguise*
SI I IO\ IIIa Ml
KIM IL SUNG. hira-ed by tlu
disruption of cam
'apon, moreover whirh
is effective even to-day
the Communists in Koren
staggering under blows fnm.
Wm e\i r-increasing dtployment
at Un. i Si i-.es air power against
"ass*
pett* -fll me we cun look
ird to seeing It used more
ion vherever the Soviet is
d to the WW
Three Jobs
WHETHER it is a cold war
shootiiig war. in Asm
. Europe, the principle of the
^pon will be the uime. Put in
MaV simpler tenns, ii is the use of
nick-change jrli>t '.mm
^^H women.
^n Europe's cold war Hien jii'>
stir up trouble by
|ling not as Communist or Bus-
i, but ostensibly as agents of
other Power or authority,
n Korea, their main jobs so far
I'ftkve been; -
To infiltrate behind the
and attack the Americans in
the rear. In this they have been
successful, we are Sold, on several
occasions.
2. Tu act as spies and sabo-
teurs.
S. Musi important of all to m*
miiHl -to tause a conflict betwei
the Amei leans and the Korean
civil pnimiaiinti
Me nban oi
this aiievial corps are ti .
a special division of the North
Korean Communist Army, which
acts as tile i'.n.-ni org
lor all guerrilla'

bsbmbm srhsibmr '"ffii'w h bob
suitable for their mission. On"
moment they will be in the front
tkafl as correctly uni-
formed soldiers of the Nortu
Korean army. Next they will ii--
trying to sneak into the American
lines dressed In American steel
helmuU and those shapeless grev.
fatigues which til's are wearing
, Korea
MocARTHUR
RED-RINGS'
A VILLAGE
In the Wjegwan
acroaa a battery which had been
forced So change its position four in occupied South Korea, ,s ld.cl>'
tunes In two days because of the * on to be faced with a strong
enemy 'a ability to locate and Fifth Column movement a. r,ume.
bombard It before It had settled The Americans are taking
m<-wires which seem to nte
Then General Hobart day. admirably calculated :o help
commander of the 1st Cavahy ssjeh development:
gave the order thai ail
New Arm*
(\N one occasion when they
KJ wc-e up against the 2S*h
Division many of wnose soldiers
are coloured men they went so
far as to black their faces liko
coons In a seaside minstrel troupe.
But the (wraurita trlok Ii to
put on the wide-brimmed straw
Ml white homespun coat am!
jodhpurs of the Korean peasant
and Join the trek of heavily laden
icfugees fleeing from the fir
tlirough the American lines.
As oiten a> not they will leave
their arms iiehind ihem. There
an plenty of arms caches whic'i
were prepared before the Com-
munists invaded Korea where
they can pick up all they need
Or they can get one of the oil
peasant women to stack her bun-
... TRIBUTE TO
A KEY WEAPON
die with weapons and animun-
IUOD,
What could be simpler or more
normal than for a tired refugee
to sit down on a hilltop from
which he can see the Americans
moving up a road to the front and
installing their artillery' in the
bed of a ilrieJ-up *ti< .
What more natural than that
u large party of peasants should
cross the mountains by normally
unused paths In order to escape
from the Communists? I have
CM oil again ;-nd again.
It Warned
THE successful attack by the
Communists a week ago on
Pohang was largely the work of
guerilla troops disguised as peas-
ant relugecs.
efngees were to be moved out
of the area within 24 hours and
that any Koreans found there
altar that were to be shot. It
worked
liul just think what it means to
the Americans to have to regard
all Koreans here as enemies.
Just 'ry u> estimate the i>olitlcal
damage to them of having to
nark up as hostile the 30,000
awn women and children arund
llang in his own territory, and
I'isamlong the vast majority of
w.inir. are certain to he genuine
nlugees.
Nazi Plane
HEN I talked with Ooeb-
bels's number one propagan-
Hans FriUsehe. after
South Korean guertr. 1 tettV
ii.rnta ha\-c been forme I and
ire already marauding re-
hind the Communist lines.
('kmmaikdo raids have la.111
place within the last few days
in which successively, a
tunnel was blown up on the
northeast coast an 1 two
islands overwhelmed.
I. leaflets have been ircppci
varning the inhabitants .l
Un towns In Cosnmun is*-
hvld territory that then
cities are strategic in 1 mi-
dustrial objective- whi h will
be bombed. They urc urged
to get out.
' r"MIK Americans aie Uius al-
ready preparing to create a
refugee- population in Communist-
Oils And
Fats
THE Fourth Meeting
and Fat* < 11 open at
Hastings House on Tuesday. zBlh
August, under the Chairmanship
-, S.,- Qasjgsja Se.1 K C H (.
Comptroller for Development ant
Waafara
Those attending the Conference
besides the Chairman nrr as fol-
BarN .lo* Hon. r J PXti*. and Mr
A 0*1. LmiM ,.nd Mr K
AaMaan
Hrlli*h Oulax* Mr U II CnnnKri
Januara D C PentUHin. Ur A V.
I Rrvrraxtlalivr n* in* (".>(>
nu liuL.-lnr. Ihxr.l .. A.1* I M
law* *) l.uitd* Mr II t' -
T.ii.hImI Mi r. WHaitn". Mi A A
SnniArld and Mr I, Dj
Mr I, A
(Jrncla Hurt J R BamBtrl. and Mr
II li Krtlahl
---------------
and Wvllan- <
Holfr
w,
"111. nnin rutuiiir, ami >* -, -
amtiiUal In lli Nuroiibcr. lri.il. held urrtury.
I.o luld me Ihut BrlUln', |llli...i g* P"*' "" PWKM 'r
-. ,.i_...- would have hlled com- Kim II Sumi. Uuel by dw
lil.tfly bul for one thing. "d nlfhl lr-md> will crrlalnly
Wlun vour ivnu Mualulnhlf no ""r
II. vii-K-l. you forced u lo lake w"h to (or MacAnhur-. Oeneral
measures aalnat the whole Caeoh Walker.
nation which estranged Ihem trom decroM un-
u. and drove Ihem Inlo you, J^^m^0^"S u"T-i
'''tK.; ..l.lpellvp nt North Koies't *ir l'*orce *nd ^^^"y ,l wi" U'
K,mP nb) artist Commando* is .0 achieve U> hold down the thousands and
lust this and clearly the greatest thousands of South Koreans whom
eaie has lo be token >* to help he has press-ganged into his army
lncm Do not let this optlminn oi
Thore is one big conaolailon mine, however lead you into un-
nowever. If the Korean wai derestlmaUng the Importance of
continue* to go as it has been those red circles on MacArthur
going these last days, the damage map.
which **"th Column eoup can We must study deeply the les
do may well become p.vgresslvcly aon of Stalin"* new quick-change
smaller. Especially as it had been guerillas. We are going to see
prepared to coincide with the them performing elsewhere yet.
... -i knock-out offensive. London Express Service
Coiaa, Cigars Came
I 1VE HUNDHED drums of colas
wi.. brouRht ba II last sthoaaasT
Burma D, which arrived from
Tilnidad on Friday (under t'apt
3 kodiug). It also brought
1.ites of furniture and metal
Also arriving on Friday was the
loto. VSSS*. ("arlbhec under Capt.
lambs. It brought from l*oriiiiiua
wo cases of cigars, four bags of
1 1 moil, one bag of dried peas.
'* bags of copra. -II casks, four
Bl crates, six boxes and
v 1 cases of fresh fruit, four and
naif bags of cocoanuts am
1 Vt of cabbages.
loth vessels are MesjtgXsMl lo
I* iisomr Owners' Association.
TANKER HERE FOR
3 MONTHS
>
The tanker Servitor which has
in port for 17 days already
pacts lo be anchored off the
luatlc Club for 3 months. This
because the Servitor brought
100 barrels of terolas for use on
new runway at Scawell, while
B.U.O.C. tank that is re-
iving It has a capacity of only
,000 barrels.
Capt. B. Borrey, Master of the
KOI. told the Advocate that
-ill be making trips here w>th
Iterolas until the new runway at
Seawell is complete 1
He said that the truck which Is
eonveylng the terolas from the
IB.U O C tank to BssV
Harrv very little and this also add*
d the delay.
m Terolas is specially made foi
Runways and contains 50% water.
Kit is heavier than oil and will
turn to a solid block if exposed
to the wind. Ii will also turn
hard If it comes into contact with
I salt water.
I Capt. Baney said, before the
I Servitor took its load of terolas
I from Point Fortin, therefore, the
I tanks had to be steamed and
I washed out and all water in them
ballad out. The pipe llnea were
also dried and the tanks were
afterwards inspected by a chemist
from the United British Oilfields
at Point Fortin.
The captain suid that terolas
was also used on the runways at
Th Weather
awsa Mat a. put
iim.li. (full MOOU)
IIibIi Water: 3 1ft s-m.. 4 11
p m
YESTERDAY
Temperature lMln.1 72.5 F
Wind Velocity: 6 mile* per
hour
Wind IlireeUon: 9 a.m.. E,
11 a m.. E by N
l ui 11 Katnfall Itu dale)
7.29 Inches
Barometer: 9 a.m. 29 914,
11 a m 39 ilOH
Plareo and on the American Base
at Waller Field.
The Servitor was built in IVanca
in 1923 as a bunkering barge. It
afterward? changed hands with
the Dutch and was bought by
Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd. in 1929.
It is at present owned by the
Trinidad Shipping Company and
was chartered locally to bring
terolas to Barbados.
It carries a crew of 14. In the
evening some of the crew go
ashore but a skeleton crew is
always left on board.
Captain Barzey. who hairs from
San Fernando. Trinidad, has been
Master of the vessel for the past
three months. He said that thu
vessel can only do about four
knots per hour under power.
When they were coming to Bar-
bados It was towed by a supply
hip until it was about seven
miles off the island.
He explained that tin' tWttOaT
run sail from Barbados to Trinidad
but cannot sail against the H4a
when coming from Trinidad to
Barbados. They had a very good
crossing until they were near to
Barbados when the vessel began
to roll In large swells.
The Servitor also brought about
four cylindrical tanks, each about
forty feet lonp, which were un-
loaded in Carlisle Bay and after-
wards taken to Spring Garden
Captain Barzey said that in
Trinidad he was informed that ns
soon as he is ready to sail out of
Carlisle Bay he will be given 9.000
tons of fresh water as ballast.
Sraaiil Notts*!
Boy Scouts Association
BACK PROM CAMP
THE 79th Barbados (St.
1'atrick's B.C.) Troop which waa
11 .amp at Barrows. St. Lucy,
from Saturday 19th broke camp
>esterday morning. The Scoutmas-
ter, Mr. S J. Flemmlng. was in
charge, assisted by A.S.M. Mr.
Q. Hutson Clifford and Mr.
Worrell.
A very well varied and balanced
piogramme was ariaitged, and de-
pHa the Inclemency of the weath-
er, the entire programme WjS
carried out. 'It-, included Nature
Trails. Hiker, Tracking. Signal-
ling. Pioneering, and First Aid.
and was climaxed with a "Wide
Game' which called for the usn
of ul| these on Friday evening.
The 'Story' on which this gam*,
was based was about Indian war-
fare, was written In code, and
before the boys could start thll
had to be decided. Having dona
so. they were divided Into special
jiatrols and given two sets of in-
tniitlons, also In code, to be
o'sPtied at specified places. Tho
boys, carrying out the Instruc-
tions, brought the game to u suc-
cessful completion. On Friday
night a 'Campflre* was held, and
this was fairly well attended,
considering the very late .nvlta-
tloiM which were extended.
Mr Worrell must be compli-
m-ntcd for the very valuable
assistance he rendered, and also
for the zeal with which he worked.
wnich waa an Inspiration to the
mHra ramp.
We take this opportunity to
express our sincere thanks to Dr.
Klrton for allowing the boys lo
camp on the grounds, and for the
oilier facilities extended To all
those who in any way contributed
to the success and enjoyment of
ihi- ramp, we say Thank you
SCOUTING COMICS!
Three weeks ago Jiggi>' ^a>
at ul tu receive a lesson In
Fli (flighting from Magg e'
tRvhcw, who waa a Boy Bcottl
Lgst Tuesday scouting was again
playing a part In the 'Come
Section' when Cary. m the
"Plantom") despite the taunts of
Rita, used tact In lighting a ft
to 1 repare a meal of fish for HER!
Even In the Comic World scout-
ing is doing its work.
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Challenger" Brings Shoes
IjilMHircrs and tally clerks v
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'..iking a cargo of sugar. The Npe-
uiii.f arrived shortly before mid-
day on Friday and loading began
few hour* later. It Is consigned
to Messrs. DaCosta ft Co. Ltd.
Shortly after the .S'peciaiii!
mcbored the S.S. Canadian Chei-
cnyer came In sight. It arrived
,'i.i St Lucia from Montreal with
> cargo of footwear, eggs, spruce,
and pickled meat. From Dominica
it brought mangoes, oranges, and
Eiastoplast
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P." OF TMI I VI
SUNDAY ADVOCVTE
Sl'NDAY, AUGUST 27. USO
THE FINAL TEST MATCH
WHEN in. West Indiee beat En ;iand in tho fourth and final
Tost match at the Oval, il wen men (hlrd Teat victory of the
;sur and clinched the vetnning of the Rubber.
Hera are some incident* d-jfinet thi- game, as the- Enilmh
eteciors watch the ups and dc wm of fortune i
went on.
-I"
Hl'TTON drives VAI.RNTINR to military during Begll
Hntton played one Of Ui" sf run carter to set
lr*i mnr pent lab I Lay of the sun*.
i nndefeited double century-
WATCH1NU ooinU rtutn.n the final If t match at The Ova). Test selector*
" OH PEASOE lE-sf *) NORMAN YARDLEY (Yorksj and BOB WYATT
(Worca ) ware deep in thought Tli'y had not yet chosen the remaining
member- of the party that 1* to tour An trail* thin winter
OODUARD. tlir Went Imb raptaia. goes down on one knee Ui pull 'mil from WRJOHT to the
bonnd-ry during the secotnl day"* lay. Ood*srd played a ftklupoi > inning- t i crltiral period.
BAI1.CT divsa to Hold a ball frota OOMEE ol BROWN dm.i,.. Uie *eeoud day of play
Oomei also made a gallant effort to help his tean'a icon- go pn-t the ;>< < run Bark.
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LONDON August. 26.
The British Army today got Into
lilt right to salvage Britain's
nickel reputation gnstM
iwilly by thr victorious Australian
IikIIm ii decided
to release lit vi'..i ,.|d Brl
*>'lli need him this tolntei1
iglun"
to do
; tralia. Thr Yorkshire howler and
b.itsman la the youngest cricketer
ever picked to visit Australia. Cm
a-AlutraUl eticimnters
Close did not represent biajland
in the Teal wm- played against
1 e We I livllei
(C.P.I
LONDON August 26
The West Indies (Ticket Team
v ere u night entertained to dlnnei
.il Savoy Hotel. London by Trim-
J. Vos was in tho Chair, and
.mong the guests present were
Sir PeUfm Warner, Mr. Walter
Hammond, Mr. J. It Jardlne and
Mr, Herbert SutcllfTu
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INFLAMED
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rbouaiodi of efcaa lultini have proved
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ihen D1>D Prescrtpnon Thu lim.nn
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rgam
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a Nature s way of wmrrung yon
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BAILEY dive* to nsld a UaU'froui OODDARD off BROWN daring the
cond day of the game at the Oval
CURE
SUGAR RAY RETAINS
MIDDLEWEIGHT CROWN
SCKANTON. Pennsylvania. Kican contender out In 51 seconds. .
Aug. 26 His saconda had not got down,
Sugar Ray Robinson knocked 'he step* when Basora hit the
tJt Jose Basora to-night u. les.- anvas for the Mrs! time as Rob-!
than a minute to defend success- "on landed a left hook on I
'illy his Middleweight Champnm- Basora's right ear bringing blood
"dp. (Pennsylvania Version) Ba.-ora was knocked down four
(imes In a fast and furious action.
It was one of the rastest knock- The Harlem negro weighed in at
ids ii. rh.implon.shn, history. 15S- 4 lbs. Basora at 1M 3 4 lbs
Johnny K lly counted the Hucrt* C.F.
Tha i.,m ,
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Wbeleaai- A Refill Drrjgffhrt
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IS HERE!
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\ the English countrywide to Baibados
Originally made by Potter & Moore
m their Mitcham Distillery two hun-
dred years ago. Mltcham Lavender
has ever since been dedicated to
Beauty tho World over.
m
About ISOO differ-
ent sorts of white
ants aro known,
ard moat of them llvt
mainly on aalluIoM k
which maana wood I Be ^
safa remembar '
% I WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD
INC. IN B. C.
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UNIVERSAL D p or
brush for positive protection
againit White Ann. Boreri
Rot and Fung). No odour
No fira-rhk.
ECONOMICAL...-.,
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When diluted lor ute- \
goes further and coin lest.
PIRMANINT-Cmw ^
with.out or avaporats A
Combines with tha fibret, <{
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makas it fue-reintjni e
AfOMi: J
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for permanent peotactiaa- ^
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i
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I - -.1; v.iih : MajBptgOl I'-tMiilt engine and c\-
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SUNI>AT. AlT.t'ST 27. 1930
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PACE TIIIBTEEV
HFNRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
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II MOTORS AND GENERATORS
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TRACTORS
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Th<- Iraubll ll that people who spend the yreuler part of their lives cooped
up in oAott And sales rooms, or in any form of indoor work, tend to overdo
their sun-bathinj; when they at lust have the opportunity to indulge in it.
Sunburn can Ik- a t< vy painful tiling, and ran spoil several days of your
i'I too short holi 'f l.IMACOI. with you when you leave for the sea-shore, because LIMACOI.
:in'lv on tin- ;ilTiictod UNI can and does quickly relieve thfl pain
m0 itlng of sunburn, and will help to keep your body cool and refreshed in
lilt <.f your overdose of sun. Try it next time you feel as if you are on
i l libOWl MinninK. You will be amazed at the results.
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PAf.F. FOCRTBRN
SUKOAV ADVOCATE
Sl'NDAV. AL'Gl'ST 27. 1W
CLASSIFIED ADS.
.o\ i:h\>ii;.m notices.
1>\T1I**UN William Goddard
r.Mtit at hie iaaldned "KcvBnu>n
rontab*llr The funeral
UN. rerldencc al < "
wr ID) W.-t'.M, . ' n
William Dnafcnr "l ""
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not -I S
ATTKNTloN || drawn U
i (Amen. ;0. No
1 Under this Order the n
| price* of (\irnmeal" arc aa foil
Contm' of Prices (Defencti
huh will be published in the
NM
axfinum wholesale and retail selling
ws:
IN MKMOKJAM
bwMN.....
AJJttONSYNI i
wiooin's ,
Today haa beaughi anew to u* of a
A loving daughter ao nil* and km
When I think what wondetlul mer
m U kit behind
Though in Borrow yet in Joy we *ru
natal again and we .hall know a> >
wen. known
Tnf bow. of Ihe mmhty men
broken and the. i>.i .tumble >
a,triad rllh trrnxlh
]ud. Gorge Claike.
:: l -i u
jm I ^ ,.^ .'
In Ibvuif mmm> of
IN and SUtar A LI
iPoUtn. who died on in*
Ai.guat. IBM
Wlin >.*** prtcwi" hlrwMn.
Thai - tended wllh urtt eara.
Rude. Ukm from our boaom.
Haw our aching heart- deer-air'
Hound her liillr grave r llnfirt
TUI the eatting fun * kw.1
real", all our hop-, had perl.haS
WHh Ihe Bower aw ci.ei i.hed o
Mr. ChMlft Sm.ll iFalhen. ciaMon
.i.rvai iBr-othcr*' Tlnm> Mr. Judith
Wiam Maggie. Nriiie .si.icnv
I
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inl K Bait.
..i.i party
WHOLKSALE PHII r.
in** mofw than)
tt 70 prt hag of M lbs.
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
26th August. 1950
BCOPOOM one large hOmoiti. Bank
..: V. U.I light and wo< N... ...
iiiilni.au p-ele-rcd Phone **J"
77 *> Li
PLAT UMUlm rial at Wavctley.
modern convenl-
HOURS Part ol houae eonlalnlna-
'If Mnlnai DiiiK-k nWm KiUhen
Ught an Water. Applv at VMrn-atk
jBfBMB ol CTha-imaii Si and Whit* Pnrk
Road II a la
THaVUtUlHW MiMWi Vm H^ad
Ail.- fu'ittafctw frar-i Vll r.
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II...I Ban IS to i,
CHURCH SERVICES
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MITNODHT
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M i ullouan. T m Rov K C
*,YNI BAY: a m Mr G ale
Ala.. J P m. Hr> Mt i-iaauch
WlinXKAIJ-- AM a m Mr O Pai-
HIBr 7pm Mr S. Phillip.
Qi;J. MKMOatlAI.- Ham Mr P
tea.*, 1 p m Mr P Dnw
(MaVT/OWN B JO a m Mr C L.
I..nl.t, 7pm Mr D Sn.H
BANK MAIi a m lUv R
Mk- i-uik>ch 7 p ", Mr J T Oalay
V'VK'HTBTOWN- II am Mr I- R
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rtar. i ,.
m '! i
BltOWNE who daoart
Auian nth. law
Da*p In our haari.
.i..-irv ol LILIAN
f.r-i
o'd BS
nlla with th* w^M "t
IOII SAI I
AUTOMOTIVE
t'AR* Pour ' V- Ford -t-i
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MECHANICAL
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with iprlie lorhi l"iur SIMM A
i tal Btmii" Hum lo Olympic Btora
for Jama, and Borb.ick sirr<*
M a Mtt"
bikI". KarnikM .t'isr Kinc m laram
ail mad>h. Black, Graan. A Harnaa A
Co.. Lid. 13Wt fn
MAl'HWr. H.nni Bcwini Marl
laadln rVlnl condllMn Apply
Hilllam F Mhrrtr Cam** Onrrn Victoria
Botd and Bank Hall X foad
IB B H In
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vptambar o.i--rd, n. .il.lv m mhvr
lac I Oaufela badrnn with rlnaVr
rr~i..na Bndala.da. chlldrvn'B met". dtn>
n n .im and U. in(r RMrtfMwl I i I
. f*raam' room Apr- rtomr
rr ao tin
. V.i,
TWBLAWNV On ihr IU.
ark Haual pidtlW nn-. Bn
wtd i..,i Pkona al
WOUDYARK Pine HIM FumJUtad
liom 15th Itapicrnoar to n.ld Jana-v
IUn HoaMtt Mil or John Hlltw wM>
WORTHY DOWN-Top Bock havlnr 3
Dodrooma connactlnc Tollci and Baih
larta Louna-dlnlna< room OvlltThtful
FOR RIKT OB I.BAM
vsri KNIMBO
PAHAIBO nartNi'Cc. Road
i ,'. .Im
nv Front and Uda Gallcri..
OFFICIAL AN NOUNCEMEUT
The Secrelnry of State for the Colonic. ha* noUfled His Excellency
the Governor that Royal Naval PrU* Money, granted under a Royal
Proclamation dated 4lh March. 1948. Is now available for payment to
person, residing in Barbados who art- entitled thereto by rtaaon of
urvlei 2. Persons eligible to apply ore member* of the Naval and
Marine Force, raiaaxl by the Government of Ihr United Kingdom,
OVW. (including certain civilian*) ol Hit Majesty's Ships and mem-
bers of ::.. ROV-l Arlillery, who ,.H i&i day* betw.en the 3rd
Sp1nibei 1939 BlUl the 2nd SopUrmber 1945 ellhei
in i on the hook* of aea-goifii ahlps of war. or
(b> servlre in saa-golng ahlpe of war. operational roaataJ
fortt crall. Dcftnalvely armed Merchant Ships, Merchant
Air Carrier Ship*. crews of Combined Operation* cran
The legal persona] representative may claim entitlement for
ru in the above ralcgoiies who were killed in action at sea. died
und* rceeivco in o-- Iroin causes diiecHy -.ttnbutabk to -ction at
i it.- lost at sea, or died at sea'of injury or Illness attributable to
service afloat before completing 180 days' service, provided that when
the death occurred or the wounds, injury or illness were sustained, the
officer or man was serving In a sea-going ship of war or on convoy
duties or In a merchant ship as a member of the gun's crew or for the
purpose of operating or maintaining naval aircraft
4 Forms of application for Naval Priie Money can be obtained
at the Office of the Harbour and Shipping Master and must be for-
warded, whan cwnplettd. lo the Urector of Navy Accounta. Branch 3
B. Admiralty. Bath. Somerset. United Kingdom
5 The Admiralty will be prepared to considi
warded within three months of this announcement
Rev F UwrwBCc
I a .ii Rev F Law
N BUckman
I, Rav H. G "wyr*
Now.
Mil! p.M. Mr H riiat.!
pv. iViDHSC* Ham. Re* M. A
Thomaa, 1 p m Mr A L M-'"
VAllCHAaX Sam Rn M A
Tho.i ... T p m Mr O B..w.tai
A C'lreuB Walcon* HrUn| for
Rav M A. Thamaa will h. held
Bed. Church on MarMay nlfhl. Ana
fMh ^t T S. .
(-rUUBTIAN MIFM>
FitJ Church ol Chrl-l. BBIci-i
iiridgaV>wn, Uppar Boy SlrcM
II i
1th runnini water, modern tllad bal><
i;i. ahowor and tub balh wllh ho'
.Icr laid tn u|iii.iiri larae mr-
room, bedroom with runnans wotar.
Ilrhcn alxl alnre c-r- -n aTwu"-l fl'
Servant'* room with ti.llel .id -in >ia with mn for too t..i- Elrctncitv
and Oa. 1'leaae ring 3aJ
n ItI In
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nun radvtad la h-'l pnet s-i
o.t *h.w Windowa KnicM'a Lid
LMIT.X iVn-k*'* Iie.1 cycle iencrnlori
nnd bwSwttghU ot.ia naMe,fraai e.*1 load
Irax ror*-. n *o -7i
Ml v KS Made
FRXKtV'l ^"FARS ->l |he hlah' qua
lip. Only SB fA "J SUM. LI*-lt
qiiantlir Baa your Jeweller.. V Da Un
A Co.. lid.. SB. Broad Btraai
lUtCORDS- I*l".l naivce
Catppwiaa al II OH Laahk-yi
W*. Il> SI
Time. an.
Limited. Pr
JTT B 'M-n
RSCUKI) ALBUMS for IB-tnch and lor
It-btrh and r.rrtlnf caaaa lor 10 In
recardv and - h-e the rcor-"' tr
A I* A I!NFS A CO I TO
10 a ia ti
CAIM-ASMINT TABUCT8 A
YAWL 'PrapMa' appro* IT', I,
long wllh Orav M.-I.ie onslna. no
(ondll.on S3.SM a baraatn. Apu
J R Edward. Ph. ne SSS*.
* a " i > i
WANTED
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
ON TfCBpAY th by order of Mr.
L P Baker, w* will -II war Purnltun
il "Banyan Boach '. Ilniliimi. which In
ludr-a Aldeboard, Merviii||. CnfTee an.
Ide T.J-le. Aim. Morrt. nnd Ea>
hair.. Gate Leu Tea Table. Book Cm.
Glau IV-.r-i all In M*lxi||an> Huij-
W.ii Mi.ru... Glaaa and China. I.ioyn
..i Hu*h Chair* and lU-k.-r.. 1
rlm.le Be Bprbiei. Deep-fllcap MMiraaat.. Mird
Pra. Draaalng ...,d Bad-.Me Table,
t.lnen Pre... all In Mahoaany: O.R
It- ii *-.tc. Mumn Oani SMrya
cr. Slap l*dda-r. Palm, in Omen
PrcMura Cooker. Blecti
DBPARTMENT OP EDOCATIOK
Applications are invited from teachers and other suitably qualified
utrsons for the following vacancies.
MEN WOMEN
St Mary's Bovs' School St. Mary's Girls' School
Si Christopher's Boys' School Ebenaser Girls' School
Bayley'a Glrla' School.
St. Chrlslopher's Boys' School
2. The minimum qualification for entry to the teaching service is
the Cnmbrtdf* School Certificate.
3 Applications must be submitted on the appropriate forms
(E35(b> for men and E.35(c) for women) which may be obtained
from the Department of Education, but candidates who have already
submitted on. or these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now
filled, may apply by letter accompanied by a recent testimonial.
4 Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of another
school must Inform his or her present Chairman of Manager* and the
Head Teacher of any application for such a transfer.
5. All applications must reach the Director of Education not laiei
than Saturday, and September. 1950. ^ ( ^ ^
W.:.>r.d*T* I |
Let-en-Sermon CSJOtaTST
HARBOUR LOG SHIPPING NOTICES
Crli.le B.y
S. I. BBf>
llluenoe*
i* i.. s
Philip H. Da.td*oti
nj D. Beh Roaar-ne. Bd
i.et Bch Zlta WorMla
Bmlik
Bch lav-daApha
Tanker BuBaia
l.i.mia u M V Carlbbea; B B
KM; Bch Garda-ola W, Sch Inl
S.h Turtle Do-c Bch Ma-j.- M Lewi.
Srh Marlon Ball* Wollr. WOt Maraa
H* nrlMta. S S Canadian < tutl lender
PL). IahiIIc M Smith
ARRiVAtH
Sch Lucille M Smith H t. Cajd
I'.bm-1I. from Brltlah Guiana. Aaanta:
Mcawa Rabcrt Tbam & Co Lid
Ships In Touch With
Barbados Co.itai SUtloo
Cable and WUaleaa iWaal Indlaai Ltd
dvlae that iht" tan now communicate
Barbado. C.-.i Station 81 Mykai
CuK Di.c " Oranjarlad. MM I
81 Pettor. MB Beech Hill S-B U
II Altai. SB TemoW Inn. SI
lantlan, S 8 Sun Jaw. .
Oriole. FS Alhah-lllaf. IS l.Unt.hen.
SB Danlalo Oe tamnaea. IS Eaaa
vrralt. 88 Timir.i. IS Port Chal-
l..'ia. Bit Buena Vt'ta. II Delalrea.
SB Prta* rV'nard, II. Ladv Nelean
18 Jeanny. SS TerUrlo*. 8 8. Michael
Tracr. IB Oain.lv. SS Sun A*la. SJL
Mermac.1.n. SB. RuAna. SS Alcoa
Pnlarta.
A ServM* aha*
Cttrlatlan Helen.'
Haallnd
Bjbie-i
TBI NEB TESTAMENT
mi(H OP OOD
BT MTCTIAJX- II am Brkatali
V'Un Elder R H Walkr. 7pm
B-ointaM VIIUB.; ESdar R H Walkea
rtlPIST C""-T" T p m Co. Head.
Rav g W 'Varkea
BT JOHN- II a m. Vanture. Raw
I D Winter
BT I'Hiui' Ham Braratonf. Rev
W Weekaa
ST.- TIIOMABr II a rh BridiMlekl.
taa j B wirua*
T. MAIRB LITHE RAN HIIHH
t i> rn Open air awvlcai III pa.
WMneaBav evening FaU-ehild Btreet
T lONTBNT I.ITBBBAN CHCBCII
Cbnirnl, St Thoma. II a.m. Rev Wm.
P OOonahu*. ipaakar. t p m Open
air rvk*. 7pm Pit* O Preacol
SAA.VAT10N ARMT
RrDOFJTOWn* CB2.TRAL: II B
Itoli Meetlna S p m Company
Ma.- T pa aalvatlon Meeting.
I 11 I
blAUOND OORSrTOI Ham Hollnaa.
M. . a p m Compon>- M.m,.rf. 7
p n. BaJvatlon Mealing Praa<-h-r
U* .tenant Moore
CAJILTON: Ham Kollra-t, M.ell.^
J p m Company Meatlng. 7pm Bat-
eat Ion MaaUng Preach*-- Opt* in
SEA WELL
rnt cofftNXR ii
lag. I p.m Compan
Salivation Meelinf
Halt im wnrth
POI K ROADR: II a
a] mi Compan
lion. Meetin P
riihdi
CHECKER MAU. II n
Maatn^i. S p m Compan.
p m -.m alloc Meeting
I taut-nan* Coa
MOBAVIAN- t HI m
ROrill.-CK STREET: B .
n Hollnt-a. Maat-
Meatina. I p.m
.-reacher Ma|o<
.. Hollnea* Mrat
Maatlna. 7 p in
char: Liutenant
1 a m Hollnoa.
Mretlmr 1
Praacha*
r-KOM TRTM1DAD
Mr Jajneol Hoaeln. Blchard Barre'
Ml*a Joyce Rawllna. Mr. Ruth Laln_
Mr Joaeph Le Blanc. Oladv* Namaoo.
Mirmret Samaroo. Mta* Cynthia Real.
ttr D K Prampton. Mr Oildard
SloaU. Mr Htrtaart King. Launn
Murray.
FROM MONTREAL
Mr Our Durocher, Mr*. Laurati
Lnirocher. Mr Koiih Gaodina. Mi
M.i-.ie- Haakell. Mr. Edna Hutchlnm
Mi-. Barll-tira Hutchinaon. Mr. Ann I*
in.-en. Mr. Morrl* Pro%acb*. Mia Muriel
pKn-Hba. Mr. John Band err-ji. Mr. Emily
gMaSeraon. Mr Hanrv T*W,!5,-.MY_FS"U
w.rd Mr BUI Stuart.
Ml* Mary Clarke. Mr
Mrs. Yvetie Cejnpaau
rM
Hip Clarke.
Camper*!.
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
SAIt-INO mow AMBTBBAAJfl
lOTTEBfrAM AND ANTWBgC
. BE-n-BA Am *th, 5th. aft
% liriXNA fr>Dl laS. and, Mh
-uiim; FROM AMSTSBBAJB
UHANIENBORO Ail* IBth
IJI. COTTICA AuB. lash
ABLINIi TO MADEIRA. Fl.TMOtTR.
ANTWERP AMI AM-.II 111 AM
Ml ORANJESTAP Aug. Xtnd
M A WILIJEMRTAD Bapt lth
Aii im. ro rmvinAii. pasamaribo
ftBBtBBARA. ETC
I S. HECUBA All*. Mlh
3 COTTICA Sepl Mb.
a. p MvaaON. bom a co ltd
AObJDTS
r>AFftwnor>' win
aiilna- E-ulay.
niaa. APtlgua. Montaacral.
i - Bi Kill*
ling Mandv. Bath i-n
M V MOaXEXA win -e-
(arpo and fataie.fr-. lor
AiillgK. M.-ntaeyrat
i ...] SI Kill-
..--.-. .r IP*.
\>..>cU>ta>n
arturinrr Ow.ee*
Canadian National Steamships
-'ANA
I^DY
lANADIAN
CIIAIJ.ENGEf(
I ANADIAN ClIAl.l.KNl
LADY RUtlMEV
CAN'ADIAN CRUISER
LADY NELSON
. 17 Sept.
11 Oot
as Oct.
a a-pt
14 Sept
ac Sept.
a Sepl
II BasM
3S Sept
7 Rapt
1'. H.-,-
* Sept
10 Oct
NORTBBOl'ND
LATV RODNEY .
LADV NeUBON
LADY RODNEY
LADV NT-laeON
> Scjt. II Sept. 30 Sapt
I wllOo-rt ooUaa .
fined with cold
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Agent..
Sweet Potatoes Are
Being Reaped
For the last fsrw months, sweet
potato*, have been scare*, but a
seller told the Advtaeate yesterday
that ha. would soon ba "on the
to again". A few farnvera hava
already bagun to dig their poUtoeg
Breadfruits ape being brought
to th* dty In graat quansltles
Also obtainable too, are pumpkins
and
bale :
RKANKF.K TYOTMAN
Am
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
On Thuraday Slal by order o( Canon
1' W D Moore w* will tall Ihe Puml-
lure at Ihe Reclorr. > *<*"'.
which tn.li.-l..
blapatoa ii,in,.. Table taeal I0<
Hpiiiiht Chair*. AiMiqn' Cou-h. Both
,l (i wldei and Ccllerette all in old
Ma.u-caii> nal Top I'm. Deak*. Carved
Oak Table. Oak Bookcaw iGlaa. Doom
(ll.iu a- China. Electro Lu* Rc'rlairatar
I '.._1.nr .'II.l-irta. Illiiaiiical TablPJ.
unite Limn Prea*. Children'* Bedrtaada
A Beda, Mahog M T Waah.taiid. A
Dreuln. Tablra. Chanrbor Ware. Draa.
I'orm. Wuh Ba*ln A Fitting.. I.ird.i
Coal Stute. Garden Swing. Good Tennl*
Net Vauahall 14 Motor Car In good
wurking order and other llama
Bale 11 SO o'clock Terma Caah
IIHANKFH. TR'ITMAN A CO
DBPABTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vacancies in the Elementary Teaching Bervice J
Applications arc invited from ica.hcn. with at least 10 yearsj
teaching experience for the Headships of the following schools:- 1
St Margaret's Mixed School. St. John Crade 1.
All Saints' Boys' School, St Peter Grade II.
2 The minimum professional quaUflcaUou required Is the Certlfl-
catc A of the Department of exemption therefrom.
3. Salary will be in accordance with Oovtrnment Scale-* for Head |
Teachers in Elementary Schools
4 Candidates who have already submitted application forms in
respect of previous vacancies mow filled) may apply by letter, ac-
-ompanied bv a recent testimonial All other candidates should make
application on the appropriate form which may bo obtained fr
Department of Education All applications
m Morning
sea-vie., la a in Nun., School 1 00
i> m Sunday School 7pm Evening
Servli' i.raarher Rav Ernest Now
OBACE MILL- II a m. Maraing Sar
vita p-iwher: Mt 0 R Lewln 7 p m
F n, > i vice preachar Mr rranel*
FULNECK: II a.m Morning Barvlc*
foiloonl by Moh/ Cammunlon. preacher
Rev Ernaat Naw 7 p.m. Evening Ber-
.! pi.achfr Mr. A Oraham
\X)NT10MERY: I p m Evanlng Scr
vie- i-e*char Mr Oraena
SHOP Hlt.T.. 7 a m Bvaning Service
pre.ichar Mr a Waaka*
DL'NSCOMBE:. B a_,Ri. Morning S*r-
itjaf
CHIROPRACTIC
RESTORES HEALTH
DRS JOB. Bhd QLADYS PERREIRA.
ChlrovUle". Upper Bay St maar EapU-
nadei. ClUTopracuc aarvta* alao "ateat
nielhod "f .leclilcal maaraaa Phona
MI Dally laaaepl Holiaa>*i
TO-DAY'S
NEWS FLASH
SAFETY KAZOR BLADES.
BRASS CHAINS.
HAIR CLIPPING
MACHINES.
SHOE BRI'SIIEK
all at
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
* HARDWARE
We have just received - -
Hound. Squarv A Flat Hmr Iran
Send us your orders now as slocks are moving fast.
CEXTMtAE. FOVJVOHY LTD.
ROAD SIMil ikI UK HEAD
RBB
nust be in the hands of
REAL KSTATK
ExcelKnt l.~ ,
r~.ni<-"> *a|,,de--i C
iui al Am..- i.gl> i.i
_Uiiru-al..w Type
l
Only
HaTJ
HELP
QUAi :*>: i....ihh
Apply In per ton and
c-cparumce eic U> H E
City Oarage Trading Co
ntl-OOt
. flood Modern ('.,".
Condition, Bpavloui Yard, Going li
Only El ISO C Me to. The Mott D<
.ble Btonewall Hevktenr Includli
urta n.. i--.l>-.ar sue* s- ,.,.ir .., _
where Mortgage* Arranged Dial
I D F de Abreu The Only
PfUtSON'
MISCRU.ANEOUS
CHITEP-ON OIL STOVES An> ,
niH.ii Contact Ji*n Sh-dinaii. c'o Ctty
iiiii,.ii r) a so -i
PAVING C.I'IM
P.m -Mtmater n,. .
Dei-ghllul houae and urn
fort. Good Food Si*
Telephone 1 i' "
ar* par day
^8'r.fl In
i-o-irins WANTTII
Df-NTAl. THCHNM IAN -
\ ., .-... ^
Ing on B*M a. proraaJng
of r-rllal an cdenl.ilo. ca-ea a
cialMy.
Modern Tochn qua ured
Bap:* I" fVb Wllkin. i' 11
Blraet I'urt pf-4pa.n. Trlnld>d
STAMPS i'..d B..-1
.Siampa ol rii.nl '
tUa b.w.1.
Prica* pah* al Caitbo.-n
NO IS Bw-jii Struct.
trvi Bi
HlMlli III HI V
STAMPS- Usarl I' .i ae St..i.i.. n
Ama-rtca and B W 1 i-iid. J..
Ii-dle. .-Hamr Co Hajr Sired*. *
W\M>M 711 Bl'V
M^CTTINBN Old Rawing Machlt-e
ef order Al. i*ke 0
Corner Falrrhlld and Probyn SU-aeta
King Sii-e**-Mr. VBughan
BUILDING BTT*aV-A Mo.t Deetr-
Bulldlng Site ovarlooking the aea. Wo..
thing St Lawrence and Ine Golf Cour*-
r*.t io '-Cloud Walk' at Rcc.de.vov
Terrac-*'. Chrlat Church Appl" C II
tlarae. 7 Swan Strc-rt. Phona" SP7\ r
was ass so-in
HOt-BE Cool
Oarden.. IB.7SS eouaic feet of land, d Sve balh room*, tw..


Part mortgage r nb)cc1ir.i. Apply P...
A A c n Adto, -aia. rrau In
The iindrr.Igncd will oflet for *>la al
Ihatf Office No 17 High SU-eel. Brldffe
lown. on Weflne-dav. BTlh Auguat. I
1> laM SB Hava Garden*, conlainln|
I1.00S wiiiarc feel, abutting; en land.
..I the Marina Hotel on Ihe south,
and on York Road on the North
S.SB4 square feet 0- ur^ a| Chetapa
Uvc Dir-etor of Education by Saturday, 2nd September. 1M0.
Vicant Post of Cultivation Officer.
Department of Science and Agriculiura. Barbadoi.
AppllcaUons are invited for the post of Cultivation Ofllcer. De-
partment of Science and Agriculture. Barbados. Applicants should
hold the minimum qualillca.ton of the Diploma of the Imperial College
of Tropical Agriculture but consideration will be given to candidate*
with the nac-ssary experience who .'re rot so qualified. The post is
pensionable and carries salary on scale $2,880 x $Ht to M.320. Point
of entry determined by experience and qualifications. Applications
mentioning Ihe name* of two referees, should be addressed to the
Director of Science and Agriculture. Bridgetown, and should reach
him nol Inter than the 30th of September. 18*0. Further details will
be supplied on request 8 50-2n.
Appti-ations are invited for the i-ost of Headmaster of the Boys'
Grammar School In St Kuts. which will be vacated by the present
holder on the 31st DcjcihIhi. IBM The hool roll at pres nt num.
bers 110 runt .. u: : are Bared UP to th- Hii-her School Certificate
examination of Cambridge (JrUVCStKj
2. The post is pensionable ami carries a salary scale of $2,8t0 by
$120 to $2,880. A tempo.ary cost of living allowance of 240 per
juinum is also payable and free quarters are provided for the Head-
master. The appointment will be on probation for 2 years nnd subject
to the- passing of satisfactory medical examination.
S. Applicants shr.uld possess a degree of a Unlvcrai:y within the
British Common wealth, preferably In Mathematics and Physics. Teach-
ing experience- will be regarded as at. asset, and th* aoieMiitment will
be made at a point in the salary scale commensurate with the appli-
cant's qualification and experience.
4. Applications with at least two testimonials and photograph
should be submitted to the Adi
lhan the 1st November, 1950.
linlStr-tOt of St Kltts-Nevis not latet
20 8 ISO2n
PART
Dv Malar C
ONE
ORDERS
WAI/-OTT. ID
r,l.,-.lLT.I
ba>l. Keglmcnl
Mm - '>
Sp.OI.lM
.il parade
hi lor h.r
-SawBI
further bayoj
Iir-ienlal llid(|iiai:. i
rt training.
MT per-mnnel an
ii Thursday.
! ..i.e.. will lie carried
khaal. -.no......,
Mar.il..... '"
mhei nartlculari m. -pplv to -
COTTTaT. CATFflim A CO
gyIII Douhle roof houae each
i a eovarad with geivaniu-
Itl Yearwno. l-nd Bl-.'k Rnch
mm a d a iirownc
la a so- i i.n
I hrniK called
on Road. St
ilaiii. BBaBBSV.
Bra n'..'
Electric light
In Ihe tenant
>p for le al
,u O-Ve !>
m PrlSav the
In.pe-rtlon on anpllratioi
The -drove uHI he ..t

in-. Rt Bridgetown, i
Ul Bepternher IBSn ,.t ? i
CARRINOTON A
Seneant Ma|nr a* aoon a. poaataai No natnaa will be BOOepiad khcr ihe
7ih Sep
:,'":;*:,..... ..r....- --- . <> -
huiricanc. |he will ba leqv.irrd la attend al HQ aa noUftcalion. after EM
ci.Liii.inai> warning ha* been glvan. ArranaemanU will aa made I.. .aalU.
thci- lamlhaa a1 SI Ann', l.-n if nece.-ary. during Ihe paiiod i>f lha huniaaiii
llgnrll.T OrPM'RB AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEBB ENB1N0
SRD
. as.
i Ofllct
Ordet..
.lerl- SericanI
XT roB DUTY
llrderl' OBVcei
(Thwaerj Serteanl
I ii
G LaahMy
. -Juii.tww K
M I P SKEWES-COX Malm
B O L F Ad'utant.
The Bfirhait Hi-iimrnl
PART II ..ORDERS
PROMOllllNh
U* I. I O.ilnti
SM Cpl t
ui. E 11
ic C K
I I.
ST4 1. C Black ir
007 L^C Quintvm
40B .. Hei-i N a.
l Pie Agard. D. H
JO Hind*. H K
I IAVI
MM CQMS Whmarl. A F.
OX. Majoi
"(ll.r A Adlu'.an-
The Barbadn. Reilmem
Xodaj through taa
light sbed upOB the twanty-
third PariUn by the (iiarUan
Si'i"-'UalL.-k.,'Seicm--aDd
Health with Key to the Scrip-
lurea," by Briar/ Baker Eddy.
iU proiauae brightens alto ptae-
li.nl fiilliilmant
Supply, hearth -tja-rfar
Is legitiimaUly ne-adfulfa
'auahla to iii'ii witlmut fail,
i in I i lines Uiniugh the aparit-
nal U'lwC'ifn.'i-firi)- of God,
divine Love, which Christian
S -nee briags.
Anyone who Uioughtfully
studies Sretnce and llealth and
puU iU ta.. 1,in-'- to the test in
hi. daily Ufe -ill find the "still
waters" of lhr Bible prontaM
Scir-ni-' and Henlth rnay be
bought, borrowed or read at
the Christian Science Read-
ing iloomx, 1st Floor Bowen
A Sons, Broad Street,
Bridgetown.
pum.ii NOTICES
NOTICE
PABISB
The Vertry ol C
awila ol obtaining
HI., a pi..v.-m
The B-n-r .1
. will
agrlrumiri
co.nar.loi
Bald
anv lueh land, who
dlapoar of it ahould Mb-
it oner* to the nndenlgned before Slit
ig.nl 1BM>. Btatmg the exert location,
ea and price
WOOD GODDARD,
Clerk of the Veatry.
17 a
The OnVara of The Gnod Bamarttar
icrutlv Societv leque.t through thli
.-nd. mat The Raleigh Becyclr Draw-
g' which waa to hava
idium io notary their patron*
ih Aiig-aat. baa been poatponad
'" Septambec. at Sii O'clock al Be*-
onta Hatel. Chaapaid* The luok
i ketholder will appear iiant d*y m thl*
w.paper
SI '.-.
BREAKFAST
CARRIER?
The asssllriBtlr-n af vmi.
Idar a/llqaar lleanaa No IN of II
TALAtA
h. Paliaa Magiclralr. Dtai
i ANNrrTA
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SOME
IN
viimimiv (2 Tter>
COME AND GET YOURS TO-DAY
also
1-PINT VACUUM THERMOS FLASKS
AND
4-PINT VACUUM ICE FLASKS
All aUraollvely rn-cd
The Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd.
(THI HOIISl TOR iIARGAIKS)
Nol 33 & M Swu Slml Thane 210*. 3534. or 440*


SCNDAY, AlC.l'ST*?. IMU
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGE FIFTEEN
Be Prepared For
Hurricane
Tin' huiTMftUc Mthin in Bar-
bados lasts from Julv ,51!, tu
Octobgr Sill. Mr. Dunald Will*.
Assistant Colonial Sei: :
listeners to Radio Disiribut.on cm
Friday tin
He said "We arc In constant
touch with the U.S. Weather
Bureau at San Juan In Puerto
Rico and Kith the All
Weather Slailon at Piarco in Tri-
nidad. From Puerto Rico, if
there are any signs that a huin-
cane is forming in the AUji.i.c
due east of Barbadosand thut 's
the danger area for usa plane
Is sent out to report tack by
radio to San Juan. If such Inves-
tigation leads Uu- weather experts
tr.ere to think that a hurricane
is forming or has formed, we are
immediately informed Again,
there is uu airline that operates i
13 Cyclists Rode Without
'Lighted Lamps
) V KING THE LAST two days Many weeks ago iabo.ii.
13 .vilists were charged be seen forking the gruun.i U.
for riding their cycles without planting only started recently
easily and move to some place light. During that period 22 Already the gras> and canes D<
of safety if you think that youi trattl offences were also record- country districts are looking
house may not stand the fores ed.
uf a Hurricane. Two cyclists were charged, lor A PAKLOVK WEDDING too*
There will be no other food failing to stop at major toads and / place at St. Matthias Roa4
at the shelters until after the two motorists for not paying recently between Mr David Troi-
hurricane has passed, and than taxes on their motor vehicles. One man and Miss Mabel Juckmaii.
under the Emergency Feeding motorist was charged for driving formerly of Chelsea Rood The
Scheme which hns been care- without due care and attention Bride was "given away" by Mr
fully worked out by the S'. and another for parking in a Seymour Blades while the dutie-
Michaels Hurricane Relief restricted area. of bestman fall to Mr "Doc"
Committee- it will only be pos- |_IIS EXCELLENCY the Gov- White
sibla to give each parson a IT. ernor will be attending the His Honour Mr H A. Talma
total of three hot drinks and six ?Oih Annual Meeting of the s"**y Police Magistrate, perform-
blscultt within the first twenty- jfjj c A., at the Y.M C.A.. on ed the ceremony.
four hours after the hurricane Friday September I, at 5 pjn. _________ .
The food will be carefully The lion H A Cuke C.B.E.. A N AT "PS1?. w" kePi^
rationed, and it will be a good U(l| preside and a Urge turn out ** Mr. A. Rollock. City Met
thing to take along some food 0f members and subscribers is chant, to welcome Mr. RoyWj-
with you when you're going to expected. ll*K- h" broiner. who fBiU>
one of the shelters *T THE TALENT SHOW av ;^^_lh* *f^^CT_^\!!.
Find out noic who isthe officer A the Globe Theatre last |\| a
. ^.._.------the, Globe
- .,_ --- charge of jour aistriri These rvidav ninht Ol
the route running from the names were published recently "
Cape Verde islands off Uio West the daily newspaper. It
Bermuda and th<
Arthur, who He was ,M|
"My Foolish Heart," car- y^r, ago and
oast of Africa to Trinidad. This RestedVhaVvnu'cuVout the'sections ri- off- thc r>nX Pri?*- holiday.
Is almost the exact route of thc and keep them
hurricanes that might strike- Bar- It Is hoped that these but '
bados. Constant weather reports ln*s will stand, and after t I.
hurricane has passed other
Barbados IS
[i two months
are made to Piarco In Trinidad,
and If a hurricane is suspected,
wc In Barbados are told about It.
So you see everything possible Is
being done to ensure that ma
public will know of a hurrlca.ie
well In advance of its arrival
perhaps 18 or 20 hours before it
reaches ua, and if you prepare
now a lot can be done to render
your home somewhat less liable
t.i be destroyed. Remember what
the cautionary warning; Is; By day
a flag with a black square on a
red background flown at the mast
head at The Public Buildings.
Office of Harbour and Shipping
Master. South Point Lighthouse.
East Point Lighthouse. Harrison's
Point Lighthouse Crane H-tel.
HackMon's Cliff. St. John. Mount
8tandfa.it. St. James, District "B"
Police Station. District "C" Police
Station, District "D" Police Sta-
tion. District "E" PoUop BUtton
District "F" Police Station.
By night a red light will be
used instead of the flag. This
bignal means that It is probable
thc hurricane will hit the Island,
and this is the time to go into
fiction immediately. When it is
certain that u. hurricane wUl hit
the island two flags by day and
two red lights by night will be
You can do a lot bofoiy the
used.
You can do a lot before the
Cautionary Signal goes up, you
can make your house secure
now. See that ill latches and
bolts and locks on your win-
dows and doors are in order.
If you are contemplating the
building of outside shutters to
protect your glass windows,
have them built right away.
Put In a small stock of nails
and see that a hammer is
handy. It would be scnsibl
pack n box with some nonper- Library
L* liable foodan amount that poalad
might last a day or twoin a Churches. Schoolsplease
container that you can pick up and read these pamphlets
angiments will have to be rr
to house the homeless
Paring noui to which one yai
would go, probably the nearest
one to your home.
1 must make It clear tl at
whether or not you go to one < f
these shelters must be your ov n
derision. If you do go to a bel-
ts* and It is damaged by the
hurricane and any one Inside .
injured, the. Government does
not accept any responsibility for
this.
If you can reach home, batten
down all windows and doors,
using some of. the nails put in
stock nou' Pack up a change of
clothing, any valuables, a cup
(tin or enamel), a fork and
spoon, the food you have sot
Ulde, a bottle of water for
drinking and put these all in a
bucket leady for handy moving
if you have to leave your home.
If you arc going to one of these
gfttltan take these things with
youremember lake the bucket
along tooIt can be used for
many purposes Remembera
change of clothing, food, drinking
gfgttr, cup. fork, spoon and
bucket, and if you have a storm
lantern 111) It with oil and take
it with you.
At the shelter you will havo
to carry out the Instructions of
the wardens in charge. You
will have tu help to keep thc
shelters clean. A great many
people have put in a lot of work
to set up what exists at present
to preserve the safety of the
public, but the public must
make it their business to find
out as much as they can now
about the Hurricane Relief Or-
iii) I ill Ion
A Handbook has been issued
and may be purchased at the Co-
lonial Secretary's Office for 2'6
plus 6d.. for the 19SQ Amend-
itt or read at the Public
Pamphlets have been
bile Building*.
itop
The large crowd that attended Mr. Rollock is pleased with the
..* a keen competition between progress of the island hut feel-
tl.ree of the six contestants. Thc that there is scope for the tourfclt
Judges, who were Mr. F. Peterkin. trade.
Miss Thelma Serjeant and Miss He is of the opinion that the
Nancy Went, found It difficult to authorities should get ahead with
choose between Oliver Arthur. X*m\]&t*ml&J!Sft&-m, m
Trevor Marshall and Cosford Hus- "'" "?**" V\"V ,
binds and were long in arriv- MaTslI brought 1J00 bags of
uig at their decision. "* ' 'he ,rind yt"da> from
Trevor Marshall, who.sang British Gutaj*
La Rue. La Rue. and Coaford command of Capt Hawet. tJu
Husbands with "You Do. how- hrough. S4 loIl, of nrewood. 400
JEss?tj ^5rla*-tk; >"* of charcoal <>d 100 drums tt
'"THE RECENT RAINS have coco.,,,,, oli.
M afforded planters the op- n u consigned to Messrs
portunity lo plant vegetables. Robert Thorn & Co Ltd.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
NOTICE
HEAVY PLOUGHS
U is hereby notified for the information of persons desirous of
Importing heavy ploughs that the Ministry of Agriculture and FUhorle-
raped the availability of 15 No 15 and 23 No. W John Deary heavy
sharing ploughs (unused) 3 and 4 furrows 14 inches which are sur-
plus to United Kingdom requirements.
Suoplicrs arc Jack Olding & Co., Hatflcld. Hertfordshire Price
approximatelv ISO each payable in sterling.
I. Provision of spare parts from thc United Kingdom cannot be
guaranteed.
3. Persons interested should get in tgttfh with the Controller of
Supplies not later than IS noon on Tuesday. 29th August 1950.
37.8.SO In
FIRSTA/D
THESE ARE REAL >^
LOW PRICES
LOVKl.Y TARTU 36 ins.
l\t a yd.
Bcautitul Quality SATIN
in Pink. Willie, Umi
i.nil Blue 31 ins.
70y a yd.
JERSEY SILK In Pink
36 ins. wide
681 a yd.
WASHABLE PRINTS from ................ 40c. up
CALL TO-DAY
These and Many More Lines al:
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1'r. H m. Hry. & Swan Sts.
Arki-Stitiir krtifs limit nllit
The aame safe analgesic that re-
lieves headachea so quickly causes
\ik.i-Se!tJcr to bring quick com-
fort from muscular acnes and aore-
less. Drop one or two Alka-Seltsex
ablets in a glass of water. Watch
t sparkle,then drink it down. Here
is reliable First Aid pleasant to
tak* too. Keep a package handy.
Nut a laxative.
Alka-Seltzer
n
n'hal mw yomr akin
prublvm
DOROTHY GRAY
has a special preparation for It.
A complete stock of
!l)Yotlu| C|tf
BEAUTY PREPARATIONS now available al
COLLINS LTD.Broad Slreel.
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FAC.F. SIXTEEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, AUGUST *?, 150
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,?, N,Mnutiv - i~in. our;
Nt*' i' r-V 1 tdroeMTt*
fl'N THC All? 4> |
sfuo 0 1
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Sort1- ralnon Arid* ihowori mod*i-
. i aU r>> pWtl
i UahM>
I
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f ir th* ronti'il of DM
ttinic buttwfl) pupstrta
BtntlniMd, nud 5.758
wfp bred up and
.. iot;l lor 111
i ik. HIS Plrrom('
m Au-
.a tuples coaH
v,nfec:anl submitted by
>iurK soil and
oMcial utpjrl'i.cnt:
i oui samples eui-
moluaaea
and one Industrial ihermometer
Stag rallbrallon
Plant DiiMfi
UK returns .?
lunng July under
up
Wood Ani C'o-itr.,1. Inspection
were continued riurinK the month
( I1KM1CAL
Sum. Twentv-flve soil sampl
leljiurt i"i '"t-'l orgar.i?
I ontenl
s \ -jinple* were cumpletrd for
total pfaoaohaU eonaant
. 11 samples were uelcot.^i
parasite* bred Mosaic Disease (Eradication) Act.
U43-22 No infected holes wen-r.
ported for this period. Owne
and occupiers are reminded thi.',
t .1 in i" make the necessary re-
btnw is a breach of the law.
(ctos InsfrttUMW. The sear*
ii i v..hi -uiiuii trees was conti<
u.1 in i/ hi.H-
laboratory bivajtiaatlon -,.,13453
persislenej of I3.H.C. in .
Fisheries
'.he month iru-
reiraid by boat owi
M issued by the Fishery
Adviwry mmJttJ It
-< total amoual repaid to date
to Mf.fl.S4.27 Th. amount of in-
. ,. -i paH foi
,:.
/AV
NOTES ON
AGRICULTURE
THE rainfall for July
below average, but it
triad, write* the
of Agriculture
rsf nui.-h the month seed was distributed
was w '11 10 plant 314 5/6 acres made ur
Direct01 as follows. Plantations 16 acres.
PeaMints 2971 acres and Agricui-
1 MM
According to rainfall return* vural Station* 1 7/12 am- O
received from 30 stations, sllu- initiation of Ihe seed was excel- the month "'
tad m areas typical of the vail- lent Owner, and occup:ers are were top-worked.
out rainfall catesonr-. fir informed that for this crop ju.-i Four soil conservation pTOjactJ
average total fall for the bland 1- anted, the Barbados Cottot were undertaken in July Heavy
Distribution o! Ornamental
Plant*
Six hundred and ten ornamental
phmu of different species war*
distributed
Afforestation
Two hundred and ten casuartna
trees were planted at Needham's
Point, the Garrison- during the
month of July. Casuarina seed-"
structors visited 792 peasant hold- ^f.^ collected for sowing at later
nnd 23 school gardens during Hates.
P.- is.mi Livestock
The supply of concentrate*'
feed showed market improve-
ment, and was almost normal b>
the end of the month In many
districts, however, it was difficult
to obtain supplies of succulent
fodder
Extension Work
The Peasant Agricultural In-
fer UH
ir.:.> the persistency
Coral Limestone soils. Im ; !( and free CaCol SfW"
earrltd out OK these samples
nwd Twelve soil samp.i'
/ere taken from (Mdl ! Btoefc .' '." mikiiv a total PlanUUon In c'lrnvti...- , with nn Invcsugatimi in i* ,. u., ,
1 U:iU8' ,l lw.. fr Tl"" makM u toU'1 "f S88-"132
Four soil "> ^'" i0illl(xi to boat OWMTI to date.
t.oded slor-. "/" ,". July marke.1 the end of the
detri.l **" -'',;' .' ' ,iBhing season and nil tlying Dab
Uu |n lunnectlon with the Urn hauled up for repair*
OgaUfln of ami nutrient 1.. d. '&fi the e->d of July.
! ... 1 w..ri. Tl I ".liken hy the tractor at
... M,Wlieu. V;'"^ 1:, .;sheba for hauling up boats
KKS-ttft. --
itu Vdihlf nil ai.,1 ta-diin were mnrkwwl UiruuBh Ihc
ATVh..r.ilo. 1 bflow Is comprUon of rc-
ST. Jiinolm rniutattu "f lunii from Ibe BrldBlown Flb
feKUnr tlulft nuulnn- and furl Markol nnd Ul. Rur.1 Markrl
,,ui ".'.lldenscd1 milk and milk Hied, lor UR. pcHod. otlM9 mid
oiiwdiTi linnrd meal with l50 iu w.ll aa rMiuni from in.
- real and bull.r concnlratc Omtln's Fish Market fur 1950
Fuh Murkrled. II)
QhLnolirui
JLopA
Control of Muth B , n.h \\ .--.<-
Tarfcrl Shtd*
I n*s u'a*
for the month was 3.46 mihes
The corresponding figure for 1911'
was 2.95 Inches, and the avera -<
for July for the past 100 years a
t> 28 inches.
During July 53.603.OUO etig para-
sites TrieFiooramMia were bred up.
iml 46,903,000 were made avail-
ible for distribution to planter*.
The highest total tor July 1930
wa> 4.69 inches, measured at a
station in the parish of St. GfJOftft,
and the lowest was 1.78 India
recorded at a station in the parish
of St. James.
The young cane crop, in gen-
ual, remained green and in good
rondltion There
some fit ids of ratoona in certaii
areas which have a yel'owlsh
appearance and give the impres- gt'th
sion of suffering from hnk 0
moisture under their partleula
conditions of soil tilth
o,v are offering 20 cts. per lb cultivation work on rnosl peasant
1 a beginning price for clean, holdings has I ren rornplet.l bar
. ,,itw.n delivered to Ihe Fac- * pr**nt. It is expected, how- This makes the toThl number of
, in Krulm-towu The cotton ever, that further soil conservation parasites liberated for the year V'
. trials were planted during pro.eets will be undertaken next 315.000.000. During the latter p.. i
the month at Codrington.
The weather during the
Commuiaist Chinu
To Be Represented
In U.N. Aswmbly
ANNUAL
DANCE
mi
Irriiiation
it-*- i
'f the month there
in number of planters
i.l.mvelydry. On Ihe whole. Under Ihe provision, of Ihe for *' {'" "> PfJ|
______.,. ihe main f.l crop. Colonial_ Development and Wcl- tl re.ull.Jhal jurpli
blob were planl.il cany fare Scheme, peasants continued
.uffered little Ml back, and yams I"" lance wilh Ihe in-
InOJu corn, eddoo.. and c.mv. stollation of new br|f.tJon imils
,, urowln. well Ver>- llmltc-1 well as with impro.emcnti I"
arras of iweet pouitoe. could i- exilin uniU.
aas "i"-"?."' "^'TirTre

Irrigated vegetable gardens are e
doing as well as could be expected Work was continued on the lay-
time of the year; beans. ing j,
reductio
who ealle*
isltcs. WW
For the past
aaaanni the majority of
-nty-one
Dlanti
rest On the whole, the crop Is
m'The i'sUnd'have co-o^rat"ed atowliw vr^ "",'/".^
with this Department in volun- r'lvanced than usual for HA ll-ru
tarilj- furnishing Crop Yield '' *he yenf
Returns giving the acreages an*. Cotton
tonnages of cane harvested during
the season. This year, returns The demand for seed for pla^t-
have been received covering or ,ng in the main cotton gniwiiiB
average of 3I.B62 acre*, out of ;. areas of St. Philip. Christ Church
total of 34.241 acres reaped bj
the preceding President of the
General Assembly. General
____of pars*- Hoinulo last November. January.
ained on cold storage, ad .February and May.
was evcnluallv distributed depart- Those notes also stated that
mi-ntallv This reduction is possl- Chiang Wen Tien had been
hlv due to Ihe favourable weathet appointed the Peking represerta-
.indiii.ms prevailing, which havt i,Ve to United Nations meetings
caused rapid growth of plant including the Security Council.
canes, rendering access through Thc telegram added according
them difficult. to Moscow radio "in spite of tfaia,
The breeding of the l.xmphayi yle illegal delegation of tha rem-
... f the peasants' invest!- fly parasite continued during th* nimt ot y,,, Chinese Kuomlntang
shallot, carrot and beet being in galional units at The Home. Sayes month. reactionary clique have not up .o
fair supply. Court, Jerusalem and Haggatts. Counts were continued or moth nOW been expelled from the United
Plant and ratoon canes con- Ploughing and heavy forking were borer Dtairaea egg Deposition and >jBllonf and from IU various
'^ucd to make satisfactory pro- completed during the month and parasitism in the en.omoiogicii tl0dlei.>
' all llclds have now been laid out cane plots at ^od"n8u,n_ij%..... "1 consider this not only a vlola-
on the COOtOUr. Planting of cot- Cw Roof Borer. A survey liOJ( o( |he Umted mtloni chiir.
ton. Guinea corn, fodder and
food crops
each of these Stati
AT
CAVE SHEPHERD
& CO.. LTD.
IU, 11, 12 and 13 Broad Strrt-t.
! 3 SS'^'l^l^^c^ SajJ^ffi TS
plot la
also being
Livestock
ban an
ilnbllshed.
lo ratoon and plant cane fluids
of thi
Chinese Peoples Republic
It rater.
plantations. The results for 111
crop reaped in 1950 have been
analysfesd. nd the following lai.u
grVM the averaue tons of cane
per aere obtained for plant cMa*
and ratoons In the various par-
ishes of the Island, together WJOj
iii< tot.il acres of cane which wer"
to be reaped according to th.
Sugar Cane Census Returns
Sugiir Cane harvested h;
i,ri si "l,uey has fallen short of
expectations. Good germination
was reported by grower* who
I 'anted early Planting or supply-
ing later in the month was llmlt-
ii, owtllfl t the dry 001
(roiindnuls
hi,r.;tsinu bataraal betnj
shown in the growing of ground- -m><"
i uts. Some peasant crops are near-
ir.g maturity aiul give pronus p)
Planlrtlions during LK9
The total number uf livestock at
tin- six itatlOM nt the end of the
month was 132 Five hundred ami
seventy-two gallons of cow's milk
were produced. Three young pigs
,.|. told for tearing and 4 head
,.( i . -',.1 old tor slaughter.
i .mi bundrod ind I nty-ftv
stud
tJOTAMCAI.
A. M- I" Acirl
I- rr4>!*.t I' I
,-s.r.","v'"K..
Rrlni'x*
rrlvrd
from luin-
Vuhl
Brlumi
M Mlth.n-1
Ch Chuirh
K i i |.
Si. Lucy
SI Ocoli'r
St. John
Si Vr'rt
SI. JanM
St. Thotu.
St JoMfll
St. Andrew
tll.00 <-. J7
l.OBS 7.'. I.SHI
9.419.T5 i.issn
!,-- : i .anil to
1.354.as i.aas.M
i S3 I.1S4.SS
Tt0T
B9S.T4
512.0*
SS1.M
IJSISfi
t.OISOO
!!'.iii
LOW SO
1.MH47
1K*
1,1*415
I.S3ST5
I.BM.0*
l,41t*9
1.B4.IS
2 100 15
1.013 31
1 401.44
1,143 03
I.ST7 1S
1311 35
Mil .33
*S 3
39 4
M *
30 3
M
34 3
S3 4
The general average tons at good yields within the next few
cane per acre, for plant canes onit weeks. Only shortage of seed for
ratoons, reaped by plantations, planting has prevented more wide-
was 32 98 tons, the correspondini- spread cultivation of the crop
llguro for the crop reaped In 1B49 Cultivator* are being urged to
was 34.97 tons. There were 1.534 t.vold. as far as poas bie o re-
more acre* of canes reaped In rjrrence of this handicap
1950 than In 1949. Trce Crops
The final figure for the crop Good supplies of mangoes, sugar
reaped In 1950 Is the equivalent apples, cocoanuts and limes wire
of 158.183 tons of sugar, a record obtainable in the market during
for the Island. utr month.
I'rovision crops made satisfac- Pest* and Disease*
tory growth during the month Control measures were continued
potatoes were in
supply as usual at this
DlstrlbuUon of cotton seed
planting commenced at the begi
uing of the month, and dur
limit"-, (.gainst plant pests and diseases,
specially the cabbage white but-
icifly. scale insects and slugs,
which were reported attacking
,M.ps m some districts.
Ugh "' '
*ih ill tton of Irons]
to ii < *>. ca.ie dur-
,i i i t
p. ltd m ull >" tii uporoaatoM
of Towering. Willi a light of
... (pi sun- pi
M IM l -s OM "limit :.: midnight
is reported lo be sufficient lo stop
arrowing. To test the effect Of
artificial light in Barbados, a
battery ot six lights has been
erected at Society over a field of
I1.4008 plant cane*. These will be
exposed to fifteen minutes artificial
light every night from the middle
of August until about the middle
of October.
Kconomic Tree Propagation
and Distribution
The following fruit trees were
budded during the month: lime
195, orange 80, lemon 36, pomelo
24. Fruil tree* delivered from
Codrington were aa follows.^
Orange .........
Grapefruit ......
Lime ...........
Mandarin ......,....... J
Pomelo ................ 3
Pear ...................
Grape ................. g
Golden Apple ..........
Guava ................. \\
Pawpaw................ >*
45
105
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