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I'M.I FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY JIM H, IT.I England Hit 311 In Second Test Comploii Scores 79; Chubb Bags Five o\i l.\l I LONDON. June 21. ) tt'KKK ALL OUT for 311 runs in their flrt fiUiJtlgi In the Secnn4nif 10 pU by the Bflkr waUr babies—Bubba and Xathy Tongay—to awlm the *>y) y ^ Channel this summer. J.->mes Chuter Edc. Home Secretary hinted at this today In the Commons wh"n :i Conservative member asked him to keep partots of the children out of BriThe member. Brigadier Frank Mcdllcott declared that n would ba iruelly according to British standards to allow the children pged four and five years to n the attempt. Parents should tarred from exploiting and comrnerelal.sing their youngsters. The Home Secretary said v.a unlikely that the family would be refused permission land in Britain. But immigrate officers would probe their intentions and "attach suitable conditheir leave to stay here. —Renter two batsmen hetpad %  %  MMWhat an I ^ their fourth wicket stand at L2i In the nan rent a long way in enabling then side to paas the 3im %  There wa* only ten minutes' OM each. .' m them play oul .,.-' %  < • %  '! I t I %  %  an two down at These ueie scored bv Ijrure Armstrong and Kenneth • Th.u> aaconi lorcing lorwar.i • :i line swim I %  i Hrooks. Aitai %  d iheir forward 1 %  lb. b. M. ( ..tin i i b w. b Mia I Wc Crlhy b C'bubb km a. Mr Csetki %  ... r.U of *fcfc*s l-e; •—40; S-110: - %  >. s-ass. a-sat: 7-as* : s-aw nnwi tN<; AHAI VMS kb 'ler IHrew away several jtara icuoai were i % %  • %  li !" ** %  nd D lb lie end of play Armstrong *. Blh urkM I n at** win by fl;. "'• ' T.I*I iaa ,, %  The P wa P ilieg were thoroughly dnibbfd played DghUng game, 1 aoali down %  are scored by M. Jordan, C. Fosti SOWI.1S1. ANALYSIS succession and Nestb porULlo on* Just belmc ii-ii time After fh.' interval Swoi-jft-r to sti ick. Pol %  keeper Harris, howevei. off some as M-. raly fhnnigli hi* save.that the final score was not a gredt deal their two goal< %  IJII opanad the Kora and I., n-*-i Bound. the BwordBab .. meanwhile, with uuelantlesi attack, brought their score to II before the end of the name. TM reierea ami lit. P. Pattaraon. Ti.e Uaaanieii were Maaara. ITS and A. Taylor. ri;i toaan %  i BarrarotUm: It. 1 .npes. B. Brooks (Capt.) K. Taylor, ft. Lai H %  I 11. ArmKtyins FUh. I U arhced, ' Hail, u. Mfllonc, |. I' I. T.iylor. SKerdflsh. H POMJUO, Q Pol K Weatherhead and M. Portlll i Polke F. U.n.^. M ards (Capt.), L Dodaon, M. Franklin. L. Iic.t i.nd W. PI i This Traffic %  '•. No. 31 WHAT'SON TODAY i m i oC Appeal. Court ni Ordinary and 1. o w r r ("nr;. — It a.m. Sale — a Plymouth Sedan ear at Mew*. C. Me 1 iu-arney A Co.. Ltd.. — • pin. Water Polo — Aquatic Huh —5 p.m. Table Teuain (lnti-r-1 lub -niiir i iin.li. return in %  %  h": B a r n a vs. Kmind.illc.il. l.envlHr v. lUinpliin — <>30 p in Mobile r A ".I-I", t.r. ."4 I Sh.d.i 1 — II %  r>4 \n.ir. -Omi VF Our." — S %  %  M p n H.i. ifllMIni *TS r.tl-rl : 3.83 ins. Trmperaturp iMax.) H4..1 F Temperature illiiu Tti I Hind Illreelion (9 i.m E. (3 r mi 1^1 Wind Velocity: 7 miles per hour Barnmeter (* i ml IH.HtO. 13 p.m.) v*r. LAN'CS, Juno 13. CLYDE WAIX'OTT rpe#Ung in uftetuMrti League games and the West Indies XI at Darwen, writes that ad nf an almost certain victory, and Rishtctn gaJned thetr lir^t point of the .season when a ram H|uaD M Saturday. i built up their BMlMI •• .-trenKlhened Darwen .i.. throucfa shear daJo a Sunday. Tba Harwen XI %  i . i %  %  i %  n lllant prrlcrmers l"rot. sional*, I'hadkar, Mank^.d In th I'.: I.'iin batting and they and C. S. Nayudu. Sonny Ram:di7H t. 7 wlckel ad the inmngt with A i, h Worrell as Roy Marshall fO 18 overs. SnAeM wer,. ghn %  PalnudaOU turned up 112 minutes to Mt the runs and lute. RamadhlTI bad %  beautiful the o|>cning pair scored 4S In < m drive Oil Manlfd for 4 hut 22 fninub when Ualaland a axt hall. Tba Wasi caught j.t mid wicket by Barm*. Indies declared at 224 for 8 WRtf. Tlw-n camt Clyde Wafcolt who Clyde Walcott top scored wilh ggri lively, and this pair llfi Not Out. The. Darwen XI carried (he score to 127 in M were all nut for 147. Manknd mbnitei when rain stopped plav. top -conx! with 78. HswHffi was undefeutcd with • 09 ehd Walcott 29. „ WjS^LS^KJt %  fl rtOn Weeke^ fcCi'S BaSar*?* M bat lor unothcr bnllhint cantun v WIHMI net IW against Hamsbottom. Two quick B. Puir.udeiiu cl Booth b. ManHad wlekeb [ell when Bacup batted ^., r i: iiottom. in canto v n e tjaa With a record Exin.. Of thne .-enturies this tcaaon. Bvarton did not appear comforTnU ,,or • " rh u table in his first couple of oven He WHg dropped ,1 Dnuj three "2" I then again at 19. It wa, not %  ,wh, Wei kea oJ reoant a/eeita, K % %  IK gave aifcottier chanoa at oo. v. After tin he could not '' he kept quiet, pending the bat! to the boundary no less thee •hn. times In every over. Bacup declared at 211 fn r 3 wks. mtrlbutloa waa 1S5 n.n As soon to 'he Ramsbottonoptnliil pair went u> the wicket i pod play for tht any. Nelwm went I 1 rlhi i idle id in i tahhno uengua '"b 1 .when 'bey defeated Lowerhou a beionthe ram came. Lowe.house bntamen were at sou to the bowling of Fhodkar and Shea. II out fur 71. Roy Mar. i.r-b" OUt for a duck" l.b.w. In S)u*.i Maloon i"nd no difficultv in pns-iing the aeoro lov the loss of 3 wkts. Marshall look l wkt. for 34 runs in 9 overs. Crompton looked like aftnnfng their lli-t gaino of the seasmi %  gaAnai Aahton on Saturday when rOjn .'."iiped play. Crompton scored 18(1 for 7 a/XtS. declared and had Ashui in ehvaUa, Victorywas within tht with Ashtnn 132 runs behind and nnlv :si\ wieki Ramadhln had taken 3 wkts. 20 runs. l ii. wOT Uieky to laive .1. jhal after < IMnani had J '' "' ll 178 in. B wkts. do Ian were soon in troubje losing 1 wktl lor 82 runs including the yvicket of Frank Worrell who %  cored 32. Rain also stopped play In Hug game. Mckardg was i not out to Donran Lq (Jatli match aRglni'-i Chprley when ram -tupped ph* The Watt [ndkH XI played B.G. U laiit> Ho'ki'\ KubbtT l-OHT-Or'-SIA %  %  %  < Teat and %  nnidad Had wuo the fourth Teal ended in %  telenatat, virtue of at heme last year, the I i the "rubber' their flrst vietOfy Of the lour and naej truly deserved to win for never approached the •hey dlsi Test. \ tau l*ri Needfl Further Hflp COLONIALS WANT WORK IN LONDON alal Office spi %  mmenting tn-lay on gUfBBaBOHg regulating the flow of colourJohn Dugdale. Under Secretary ed people to L>ndnle> and George Rhoden rontinne then reeord-breaking feati, the West IndsOs will present a strong challenge to th< world at the next Olympic* It would, indeed, he %  •harne If ihe plans for a combined Wf Indies team were not through in time to permit these stead of as representatives of different territories. Louise Brouizh Fit To Defend Title LONDON, June 11. Wimbledon champion M i Ixiuise Brough, of the United States, who has been suffering from elbow trouble, will defend hi .-eek. Iftas Mrough has been out of competitive lawn tennis for two i rmaicla tibre. m her right elbow came away from Ihe bone. She has been receivn ment Irom a London Spa was to-day passed fit to plav at Wimbledon, where sue has been lip seeded for the glngUl —Reoter. NO CCMMCNr ON W.I. CRICK£T BOARD ifsara oei OSM oarsaasaaeaau PORT OF SPAIN. June IC celled al 1 Control by ihr %  men! from Mi Bdnr J %  • %  to comment then o'.her report from Barbados, this i %  '...' %  %  the Oval for n Intancoloi %  lament. Mr. Marsden atatl rules of the Weal Board full %  an'a Park Cricket Club %  %  It is nee further abnut it ItuMlfe.ii Wnrrrtl b M..r(l>idalr . 1 lirMMH. llir.T D Vimndiit 11 A M PIOUI run out J It h^ii. b ".mi 0 IRlbby b Ramadnin o : WBIHJII b MMptiill : O Verilj not out 4 Two Eliminatetl LONDON. June L! 1 AririJiido Vieira, the Brazilion lawn tennis champion and his partner Leon Nor i,iri of South Africa were eliminated from the MeOi D day in the London Grass Court' Championships at the tjueen'Club tear. -* HewpRy Yeast NEEDS NO REFHIGEBATIOM-AS EASY TO USI AS OLO-EASHIOMIO PIRKHABLI TIAST Cricket Coniniillets Will Be Appouttad -TODAY • Thli wonderful, new granule yrast krepa frnh for werki on thr pantry shelf. And it's so easy to use. Just sprinkle into tukewnrm water. Lrl stand 10 minutes. Then stir. When dissolved, one package equals one compressed yrast cake In any recipe. If v >u balio at home -try Fleisehmann's for delicious results. Get Fleiarhmann'i Dry ^ east today. •or torn Heakh's S*o-try F' u e ta inatin's Dry Yeast dissolved ii frutt juke, milk or water. Like '-d-tirnc foil yeast—it helps tone i: your system. When ihe Board Of Manax> mani of the Barbados Crlcke. •; meets „t Ihe GOOrgi Chadlenor Stand this afternoon they will appoint a SalectJ O rnmlttee and an Uaefatea' i gjunlttgg The Board will als.. reporl from tha Urnpl • .itci lUi i eeard to UM ttoti ni .in Umpires' AaeoctatlofL /&pas(//?p/yM/ia/>d-6a/(Z3famomet>fs/iof/ce They'll Do It Every Time liv [immy Harlo : LA-= %  LET AN ES1A7E N EXCESS Or $ 3OO.0OO. AS A"TOKNE/ FOR THE ESVE I SrlALL SOW READ THE M N c ONE OF wrvKs \t nwv c 11. %  N^S; UFPS NOT ) TjaseN-sAuT o?v y MSW '-—JWE E7TM~FNESr i CNJOhAvt TO OEtr *TH0OT ST\ MAN 1 EVER KNEWU eoO^COl DTT-£ A SCCO O.' 4M A SAINT-IHATS.iWWJONE/S MWEC Ji UNCLE MAKE THAT SURE YOUR NEXT SUIT BEARS THIS LABEL OF DISTINCTION Ki l-li.ll Oil %  ... I" KXMZPXJX '• • KGI1WWZ. A KXNtlH \VK cm Kxitzznz. I I. MtKVK P..r la KWll MIL hav* I 5 KILLED IN CRASH I.E. June 11. Eton '.U %  servistt were killed and live injured today when a aomber crashed on mud fiats an mile* from here during a train* ing flight. —Jteuter. Jsdi by "Moderns" and other makers in Trinidad and U. K. Wide, Medium and Narrow trims in a variety of styles prices from S3.59 to $4.14 Cave Shepherd & Co., Lid. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street. A COR.!?'. *'^ POLITICAL MEETING All. HOADS k-ad to GALL BILL, ST. JOHN „ M Ml W lUM 2llli. 1951. al 7 p.m. whan MH OWBM T. AI.I.DKK. H.CJ*and MR. TORRIK" I'll.(iKIM will be annnuiicithali 1 1 m as Candldatai in ihr forthoomin| Qanara] ElecI • Speakers will include : Mr. Owea T. Ml.Ur M.CP. Mr. "Torrle" PUgrbn Mr l.lmil llrnllimita Mr. ArnnUI l.i-i. Mr. Lawrmea Small ami others All Are Inviled P.C.S. MAF'FEI & Co.. Ltd. POLITICAL MEETING TO-NIGHT JUNE At 8 22nd, o'clock I ni'rr the Auspktt "' I"' Am* I MK. H in Support of A. IHIWUIM. SPORT SHIRTS BY CONSULATE ( l i.nli. fcawa Bt l i it si. QaaiRa Speaker*: 1 lAM) GRII I S WITH LONG SLEEVES AT C.B. RICE &. CO.



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rRIDAY II \l JJ 1451 R\Kii.\;>(>s ,\r>\o< \TI FAOF 1 111.-1 Oil Wells Water Deserts LONDON. June 11. In the bMsMrtai ba Saudi Arabian newrt. the oil induitr>* is now providing a novel summer service for sorncthinc over naif a million satiifled customers. Only iht* commodity t>ein provided, im %  identally ftoe of oharaje. is not petrol. paraffin or lube oil; II Is water. And M nny nomad will tall you, In the desert, water is rattd innnitvlv more valuable thar When ihey built their 1.000mUe Trans Arabian pipeline system—"Tupline" for short and completed at the and <•' —the oilman ,ntll.~i f welli ;iliiu: UM rauta. And 3* aoon as the Bedouins heard of %  W\ iii the wordi of one of the Oil Uthr... /on beeame black wttl IIIR lrll>es." Water POT HMH Now. according to the Matt count, T;iplinc'> wells m ing water for some 100 B men. 130,000 camel', and 300.000 goat* and sheep. Tinhcnlcmen mates their nimiM around the wells and on* wan iilomlast summer watered 10.000 Bedouins and 60.000 assorted beasts. This year, m TapUaWf operators, more men and than ever are converging on these man-made l>u> aam oases Ani the formar /wavy annual loss of livestock from lack of summer %  capted philosophically bv the Bedouins as inevitable In the dereet—his become a thinff of the past. Scientists Asked To Alom Talks COPENHAGF.N. June 20. Denmark's nuclear Professor N. Bohr has invited over 100 •torn scientists from .ill OVac the world to .1 canfaranea In Copenhagen from July 6 to JJI> 10. An official of the Profcasors In> stitute of ThaoraUcal Ph] %  aid ,, ., % %  had all worked ;it the Institute ,it OjM time of They amild inclutlc gbOUl 35 from Britain and the same number from Ann %  Most of the invitations bud been accepted the official raid. iteutrr YfacArtliur Will Not Testify Again WASHINGTON, Junj M General D Ms Arthur in a litter lo Chalrma Richard Russell (Dam a gla) to-day refused the invitation to appear uata) btfori mittee of faquir) Into missal. In his lo'.'.er Mat-Arthur wrote that he apprtci.it. vltation to return but added: "I do not believe it i. In UM terost for me to do so." Senators had invilcu mm to return baeause many \vltu< disputed or contradicted parts of his testimony. Though rejacting Ufci testify DM H "'ear that he questioned much of I mony differing from hi %  TRUMAN KNOWS OF NO PEACE PROPOSALS WASHINGTON. SUM Bl. President Truman said today ne had no knowledge of any new peace proposals for ending the Korean fighting. A news conference questioner said thenwere reports ol %  papjeetefl |w>aif from United Nation*' sources. The President said that of that tort rmd been taken up igM thai In such matters he would have been consulted—ItesnWr. College Tribute 'I 0 Diamond Kin On Canada Visil MONTREAL Junft A EOtinsV Cjiiadi.ui >'< %  tuth Africa and bss %  diamond mine owi to his alma n Dr. John Thorburn Wdli.i a of a dlstinsuiaheil ginup racaJVtng honor•as from MoGul Mty. lhers hrtludnd Sir Ol.ver Franks. Biitiah ambassador to the Douglas, former U.S. ambassador to Britain, Canadil trr Douglas Abbott gnd defence minister Brooke Claxton. Among guests were Viscount Alexander. governor-Keiurii; da, and Lady Alexander. Dr. WlDiantaon was born aT 1 Quebec, and pIOTpactad for gold in Quebec before going Africa in 1934. Six yean later he discovered In Ti the diamond "pips' bim one of the world wOTMhteat men. A M-caral dl 1 KUaabtth Ot) DOT wedding In 14" was a pin* stone, and he said it was the onlv one of its kind in the world %  ad belt god ha uata Iwo prlvata MIS travels. 1 like to travel,'' ha sold here onea bafona, "but I think I'll go on mining (ii.inninds all my life." Laboured for Years Williamson hud years a| bard work befo-e he made his great diamond Una With a friend. T. .1. Kennedy, he first worked aver OW diggings. "We'd sort through the .. 1 I KM wed find otg we wmildn'l Kenned, quit In 1938 but Williamson continued alone, seldom disrournBeil. He nrvered hun1 miles until 001 1 ,1 into the %  %  %  : ters t :• carat, That %  % %  .,i .in Incredibly 0 id miosN wrath ovenl uall stretched over aw ten His mine stands in l' land, luiTouiMaad bj < barbed wire fenee. He I wall, lie bujit eh 1 "tall games M rnoniol dano 1 %  rut careiulgrtevitnerti that ma) I" 1 picked men which repraatnta cj.it! tribe. OJ Trinidad Rice ilitm 0r Qwa (•rmM'll PORT-oK-si'MN. June 16 A Sub-Committee comprisuig 0 Bta ..... \h 1. NaMo and Hm. Chanka %  I Finance Cowunlttso "1 the Legto eaH IKMII inspection of the Caror.i ms 23. in connection with V-\' U) upend 51.VI.000 for an emt>. nkment In the Swamp apart of itKS004MM rice 1 Kpan Ion a bj tot t (jr 'be 1 FOR ATLANTIC AIR TRIPS Air Keporler IAMBS STtAKT WITHIN A FEW WEEKS one of two BftUah Ovaraaaj AJrwaVi otzid lo bcajOBM UM Hni British airman he Atlantic 380 Times Ycl whrn one of them. 1 L V, (••Buddy") Messenger, first joined Imperial Anwavv there had been only two non-stop transatlaiuit Michts. ihc^anara aw cr.*dnis by AtCOCk and Brown of the RAF in 1919. and Colonel Charles l.tndU'igh, the American pilot, in 1927. "Buddv" Messenner. 4"-yearlUsenaaar pii*". need* ther 12 trips to complete his On Horses \'l Si^n \-rroiiMiit On Slulus Of Font's LONDON. J North Atlantic Part 35'n algjnad -" Five trips ahead of him. wMh '. on the status of cver> 343 iransatlanlie llights. i* Encoidler. sailor and airman serving gineei-ofhew E. D. Oilbcrtson, Ul another N.A.T.O. countrj 1 „f Bristol, a 31-year-old Scot. The agreaiuaul which take* wfio began hU connect 1 > arUtl effect immediately to the maxinvin| Js Jt R\f boy apt mum extant p",i>le pending i( { Halt. u. B Carried Tliou^.n.K in international Gilbertson started flying over the war In ,..,...-... l .huih.h H l iilta a l ,m '"%  ""^ n > prow non irirw iv Within tha boundaries •ry t> collaborate in peacetime for purposes of etimmon defence, so the need for men an agreement has never yet arlserr" the N.A.T.O. statement said. The agreement covers civilian 1 %  1 %  : a force .1. .. .1 airmen.. The document decl.m the duty ,.l a lone .uid its Ctvil1 1 and members thereof an wall ag their depenHuv of the -tote, and 10 abstain from any activity inconsistent spirit 0i the present 1 and In particular from nny MMUcal icUtrlty in 'ho receiving : %  which the reeeiV' • %  punish mi mbei where nan \t eii'omrti bower, Atiifi S'liir i t'oLnrmntMr Ul 1 ha Japanese U %  %  %  %  Tiu Oveunatlon Towers direeUVI n ling a/lth the policy thl< vpimg from General Matthew B. Itulgway s headcountry. I uartan t.. taper oil oc-upation b >1 10 that Japan will bo 1 allni practlcauy indcrn-ndcntly before Hie Peace Treatv is amis Anal. Well known politician dustnsliata included In : Sne. .he";;.;^: "-.d-r* •^ u ,,,w *% x *vs r .lupbei*.-.;. milltan fore ol orprobable return to something Ui „ unttv thi th imsidons of power ami inrtu., which they are aervanoa aeay B CCU plaal formerly. Ing." —Reoter —Reuler. 1 setving In another countrj whns< : %  %  an agreement N[H*f UI SAT. 34rd I gj .1 %  I 1 1 "Wtatwni llrrltaar* %  Slorm (Kci \\ M.11111,\ UIIIOlll OHM Ol lO.WI'I.MMi MBtWIIfBNT! MAN ON TIIFEIFFE1. TOWER, l'hi>li>graphed m Anaeo Colour) Actualh filmed In Paris! |H-USML: WaV0AW ifrUkmr) ** %  *?*•** t\ /;..'/#/.. <6 Continuing Daily at 4.30 & 8.30 idai/sf unfti rwrtftei IJOClOl'" • whenihtre'ennaccidcnl,i il naff lo put on nnli-cptir • Iraiphl on ihe wound?' In on HMgaq >< %  nr" 1 a %  Suf* %  *•' c u ^ u td quictlv. uillioul l."-ilJli..l.ai.'l wiUml iljiiftrr or undue drtcomfort. Yea need a raUabk UBn of gem', but It .hnuld b* non-i-.i f Rei/'ie/ I! rram NIWKll. RIMERS Nl.w YORK Gamblers and dishonest polic*nis'i m reellne, ., Uttle aafar '• %  nighSiv-fi>t-fii.i-uich t* orlng man the Hen y, ith to ;i fwiafjl bench. Murphy is a lawyer as well is rokc the aHuiffH iH-tttecn gamblari and police, m dfVra bookmakers out of the Ctty Before becoming police chi. he enu a di'tnct .ittornev F. eipht years he never lost a eas • After i44 he headed tha arin na] division, and woo N < % %  convictions lie convtctad Alg> Hiss of not Mrtrnent offlcial danlo 1 under oath he was ever a Com mi nist Bfurphl r-,i ,! %  1 0B horseSill he likes lo put %  doUae on 111 most anything else Asked whether there was anything besides harass ha afould no bet on. he said"Two • inry'verdut. and whether it :> golni; to he a ho> ,,1 .. itiil MIIADV a autumn a M in dinner For the lirst Unas m 2$ years. 05.000 members of thr l went on strike lo-daj '. waK<* demands LAWYERS no ,,o: ordinarily g. to jail with eenvlcsad iiients. Bui iix bjrristers for the II convictcCommunist Part) laadH ue Ing to do )ust that for 30 dayt MV %  uthv Then onlv eacajie Is an ap|enl to ('. %  Supr. Court against their scntrncc f contempt o( court. MILLION titr. othnan oiftui Mi < rthj 1 r .1 %  : wa t coen fOV Oeneral MncArthur Among the high pointof thi geneial's triumphal tour will b< s.nt nit by .1 Choir >f TO.OOO Texan: of a long written in his honour The last tWO lines For I. fulfilled iii-. promise when he aakl I shall return GOLF PARTNERS Charles Peckhiim iwkfc aaeb shot .1 birdie two on the HO' y ar d ISIh bole lea Country club. But than their opfaaaai %  Mortimer Kline and C J l ayd rich made : %  hole )n one. ooon NTHS 11, m I lands. In spite of earlier b:n| weather the < rap arotruai %  1,000 m.linn, butheji rot the eighth su< 1 %  TWtNTV FOCI HOt RH aftai l,0M tetate froi 1 .ui Bjccentrk W01 n rel seen. William Crothers, 1 • ..1 HiANKLUKT. June 20in black mmkcini peslel today tit unload dol"btiiiiiiiji* them after ihMidden United States oaaag RM A dollar ..i-li ti> l sin icnitcm I V mid-day. The order was made uithout earning over the radio through FOreet I Bwaoanerand In tele phonO and within minutes block marketeers were offering $200.0(1' for a carton of ?ikl I'nited State-, A carton costs American•.DSM dollar. United States Oecupatio.i ass. made the order to foil Cerm.uiy's thousands of black marketeers. not entitled '" dollar*, i .miiiit 1 mi ( < lo exchange their holdings. Tbcv were badly hit by ^ e | ast BUd ". den conversion in autumn 1947. but many have since amassed inllar fortunes. Renter ,' %  lit ly lilt* 1 HI (HUMS ITU.. L0N0OR fe^NOW Seamen Offered Shorter Hours NEW YORK, Juno 20. American Mat const ahJpOWDr 1 seamen reducis work at sea In an effort %  ''in Ins five day old strike lr. the Atlantic in Gulf Const ports nan offered 1 44 hour instead 01 u 4H IvRjr week at sea and .-, * hour week in part The National Maritime Union h II demanded u 40 hour uerh l'
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PERSIANS REJOICE IN "NEW FREEDOM
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Mobs Celebrate
Oil Take Over
(By ALEXANDER VALENTINE)
_____ TEHERAN. June 21 I
SEVERAL THOUSAND cheering, yelling Per
sianB stormed the police guard in front of the
Anglo Iranian Oil Company's offices in the centre
of Teheran today.
Though the crowd was highly excited, there
were no clashes involving personal injuries.'
Britons had to stand idly by watching the mob.
Crowds rushed up four flights of stairs in the'
Company building to the roof, where they tore!
down the huge neon sign and threw smashed
pieces to the waiting crowd below.
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TUE piocfwiin of Mndcutv *nd Clergy tasvlng I'odnugton College ya-rJay afieraoen lot the open
aii BfiUni which ffU held on tin western put of the Colltge iiiioiieg ui aimn.fmcral- itir .'Sotb
Anmvenary of the fl P O ln>ei i* Bin hop A H Howe Browne dressed .n l- ,-jp, and mitte who
addressed the | a Men* ft
Then they left *he building
(lags wen' hoisted oy*r
'he Company's buildings by the
'"ob and Persian* waving flags,
twaded through the streets
They bore aloft triumphantly
Mattered pieces of the Conipany's
mii board.
Anulner croud tore down the
company sign in Nadan boule-
vard. Cheering they bore pieces
away Several hundred Persians
M.rroundcd one of the Company's
motor oil tankers.
With pots of green paint thev
daUWd out the yellow painted
Anglo-Iranian sign Other tank-
er* were smeared with black paint
I slgni obliterated -
.ma Persian employees
in tin Company's offices went on
workin*. But it was reared they
might have to give up later to-day
in order to avoid further violence
Loudspeaker cars crawled
ihrouich the sunlit streets of Tehe-
rtlng Persians to rejoice
in their "new freedom."
Shortly before midday a group
of 12 uniformed and plain clothes
i*lice officers entered the Anulo-
Iranlan Oil Company's Informa-
tion Office.
They told the Deputy Informa-
tion Officer Bernard Stiles that
they had come to enforce ytstcr-
dav's decree'
tiered the police tea and
cigarettes which they accepted.
After more than an hour's conver-
sation police said all the staff must
leave
Stiles then ordered the Petal
< nome and await further

I**ted Stiles out through
the door which whs then locked
Thev allowed the Information
staff to take all their personal be-
longings, but refused permission
to remove any papers.
Afternoon Calm
The Police assured Stiles they
would guard the office and prevent
any breaking or looting by the
crowd which remained outside in
ihc street after sign hoards were
. .'.Ml.
British and Persian workers in
the main offices quit work short-
ly after midday as usual for the
Moslem week-end which begins
this afternoon.
Crowds outside the offices let
them pass without interference.
Large police squads remained on
duty, however Turbulent scenes
of the morning calmed down In
the BXtarnoon when the intense
heal drove most people off the
streets.
The British Cabinet met to-day
- the IViM.m oil crisis as
reports came from Teheran of
rrowri demonstrations against the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company.
The news increased fears here
the! the situation may reach a
taggl where there is no alterna-
tive but to evacuate British staff
from the oilfields.
Meanwhile the policy is to keep
on working reiincrlcs as efficiently
as possible. To-day's meeting un-
der Foreign Secretary Morrison
discussed the line to be taken in
the Commons later to-day when
was to be debated.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation
to-day issued n reminder to pilots
and airlines that they must not fly
over Persian territory without
n from the Persian Gov-
ernment.
R.A.F. Alerl
The RAF. pilots at Habbani-
yah have been alerted to be ready
to protect British lives and prop-
erty in Persia if called upon to do
H eras .,'iideritood here to-day
Habbaniyah airfield, about 100
n iles from Baghdad is the RAF
main base in Iraq. The "alert"
no perational develop-
ments because the R.A.F. par-
ticularly In the Middle I
permanent state of readiness to
meet any emergency.
Reuter.
Troops Go To
Crete
TRIESTE. June 21.
five picked men of th
ne i-egiment left hero
to-day for Crete reliable quarters
said. Officials or the Anglo-Amer-
ican sector of Trieste free zone
declined t i comment on the de-
parture. II was understood the
troops left by ship Reuter.
Fruitiest Talks
U.N. Troops
Take Kaesong
TOKYO. Juno 11.
United Nations troops striking
out strongly from Uhe Imjin Rival
today captured the rood and rail
Junction of Kaesong and found
Communists had abandoned It.
Kaesong It 10 miles north of
the river.
Except in tins western sector
of the line, there were no report-
of activity today alon*
where both sides were said ear-
lier to be "adjusting |
In situation of near stalemate.
Allied vanguards which seized
Kaesong 40 miles not
Seoul, South Korean capital
pressed on northwards without
halting.
Other element* BUM
tanks met half-hearten
ancc from pockets of COnuMiaJat
as they combed the country near
the main road.
One United Nations patio! in
no-mans-land opened fire with
rifles and machine guns on a
group of Chinese which thev
iddenly spotted on the hillside.
But when they got to th.- bill
they found Caramuabtl
appeared 'it looks ns
though Chinese are up u< their
old tricks" one United pfaUoni
officer commented. JCssHar
Britain Appeals
To The Hague
LONDON. June II.
Britain today asked U
dent of the Inleniiilion.i! COUTI
at The Hague to retjui
to suspend "contempl.<:
sures of restraint" against u'u
Anglo-Iranian Oil
pending the Court's decision on
the Persian oil dispute.
The reauael wi. mad* In .. lese-
gram which also told the President
that Britain eras
Uon tomorrow requestini; ihe
Court to indicate a pi
measure for the protection "l
Anglo-Iranian company's inter-
esis In Persia. The telegram
cited a precedent for Its reqiieit
that the President of the Inter-
national Court should i
Persian Coverrune-nt The- tele-
gram sent by the official
Ilnti=h Government In the
dispute Sir the Uackett. For-
eign Office Legal Adviser said
request was being made in
the few actions or threatened ac-
tions of the Pels:.,:
including the threat lo take forci-
ble possession of the Company's
installations forthwitri
Renter.
MINER KILLED
VIENNA. June II.
One miner was killed and two
injured today in an explosion in
Gruenbach mine in Schim-herg
district, south Austria.
Reuter.
IAND8LUM Mils im \
SION. June 21.
One man was killed and anothe
injured when a landslide hit .
moving jeep on a road in the
Valais Alps south nf Sion.
Ret.
Britain Will Not
Evacuate Persia
U.K. Tories Support Labour
LONDON, June 21
^NTHONY EDEN, Deputy Conservative Leader.
said today that British evacuation from
Persian oilfieldn would be disastrous. He wan open
ing the emergency debate on Britain's oil dispute
with Persia in the House of Commons.
He supported the Government's decision to
take the question to The Hague Court. "The issue
is not nationalisation. It is whether Persians have
the right unilaterally to take over our installs
lions," he said.
Com m on ivea Ith
Discuss Middle
East Defenti-
U INDON, JJne ...
1 Smnwrll British IJe-

hat the Commonwealth l>efece
.-inference which began
here tin- morning was mainly
Dd with Ihe subject of
Middle Bast defence.
Shinwell U presiding over the
being attended by
laatwaantaUvat Irani Australia.
New Zealand, South ,\ii
ia. Britain and Canada.
Id .1 press conference here
, th eat r> I
la- m four or live days
!!. ibtcd thai tha conference
ad from the unofh. ial
talk* haU innwealth
Prime Mlnlgtan In London during
the Commonwealth Prime Minis-
irence in Jen*
--R-uiUr.
FRANCE GIVES
SITE TO U.N.E.S.C.O
PARIS, June 21
Tin- Francfa Government to-day
offered U.N.E.S.C.O. (United Na-
tion:. BducaUMMl Selentifle and
Cultural Organisation a Paris site
for its permanent headquarter*.
It also offered a loan of 2.000-
ooo.ooo trade lepaTafata without
nteresl over 30 years
Reuter.
Cuban Pact Would
Put West Indians
Out Of Workbusta
LONDON. June 21
THE WEST INDIAN Trade Delegation nf seven vent
to Ihe Colonial Office to-day to continue liilks start*
terday. William Alexander Bustamantr. whu head" the
delegation, tula) interviewers that the- Cuban Pact by winch
Britain proposes lo buy 500.000 tons of MlggE and Uu i
tin mlities of cigarettes would have a terrible effect in Ihe
Wi bl Indies where thousands would be thrown mil of work.
OFF TO INDIA
IONS June 2i
Dr. Irank Qraham, United
" I: i < < ntaUve in Kash-
mir will leave for India "ii M'-n
I n .1 I
Reuter
3 SOLDIERS KILLED
rare
. an attack o I
the Ar;.b border vUlaM ol Belt-
surik. five miles wett of Jerusalem
\
Reatrr.
Period Of Grace
Gained In Korea
-BRADLEY
WASHINGTON, June 21
Genets) Omar Dradla) aaU
todn thai m Korea the Mlree
at least one pre-
eious year to prepare for what-
ever may oobsW"
Bradley. Chairman of the Joint
i ntfs ol suit told ratal
II soldiers awarded the mvd:d
of honour, sughest Uiun
military decoration, that these
men made ;ui eminent miitn-
hutl'in to attainitiK that period
of grace.
recalled that "threa
days less than a year ago" North
Korean Communists crossed the
38th parallel to wage war on the
"epulilii: of Korea.
"Woiid w..i in was dlattnci
posMhihiv when thai parallel was
violated that morning in Jure
!30. Any sign of weakness on
the part of the Ui
her Allies, en)
most certainly would
Mm Indicated th^-. the tree
world was ripe for eoaquest" Uu
fjenei.,1 dCCsilwd.
'Rir the challantN was ac-ept-
ad.1
Rralr
FRANCE, U.S. BACK
BRITISH POLICY
(By SFAGIIAN MAi M s,
WASHINGTON, J.ine 21.
THE MAJOR United States Oil Companies will nol
assist the Persian Government to operate nationalised oil
fields if British authorities are forced out, Company official.-'
told Reuter to-day.
--------------------- Th i tea capa-
it___rw* hie of working the Pvr >
flore troops
.. tnat they were
\\ an It'll
Used o:l operations ir
itanaat by


ntring fi remlM
itct face


UNITED NATIONS. Ju..e 21
The Umteu" $tat
today asked the United Nations
Seere'.Bry General to appeal to
'
In Korea hut have not k
o send ground 1
lo their eapeeitiesRenter.
PARIS Ju

r<
n .
sear1' in r mtinuing four months
i - u .ssion bv Foreign Mln-
i-u-r. Deputies here Tl
.- made in a declaration
'
-R ruler
Eva Makes Gift
HAII-
Twa hw
for imn .:
Eva Peron. wife of
gentine President, arrived here
gentine .
Heater.
The Dell* KxpreM to-
ed Britain u> give the delegation
they wanted
ae w-t.' Mine brada witii
i
1
,M/.m of
U
I i Ifei unei.....rment and
while British ;
Ignare.
Tii.....UtorUu coneiudad "Bus-
..,..
he is powerful Hut the bof.1
f all why he should be
eacauraa>* nvreaenU
......." "l-,l ""
Thiy light and die for us in war."
i U.nd'Hi i in respondent
i onti
.
West Indies Hegional I
oaan n ind I Oovem
ient altimuKh it f beliawed that
y nfd be ai
before the B W I

I understand thai j nipoaels put
furwarn I
ild only result hi th.
West Ind* p theli ad-
vensp Irdde balance ith Canada
1m SU,000.000 ..nun..11, I h.
h W I view ii that this Is no/
Second! Teat
i


A K'l.i. '
fullv support-

-ador
drew a?
Reuter.
Inter- Amrriran
Ki'lalions Good
-TRUMAN
WASHINGTON. June 21
President Truman told his
weekly press ronferenee today he
thought InUr-Amerleitn ralanoni
.were on a better plane than they
ever were.
As far as he was concerned he
added he hoped to keep them
that ;.>
Truman made this comment
when discussing the oflfc
to the United .*-
. < Truman said Piau's visit was
pnr-l. social. Business matter*
: een discussed.
Hi ..
military end economic aid to
Ecuador had bee
lie said President Pla7 .
ree him tomorrow for discussions.
Renter
uinV
imrty.
here li
break
he
fi-rwiiid t|
nisrewuii r
WI .....
l;.W.l. th i

srawwnl Offlciali in Ottawa.
Toronto and Montreal and will
then return t, the West Indies t-
(it their reinmrnendiiiions befon
m pssRaJ Eeotionur i
t'e.
Mr. Jan
On fm the delr-
^iiles at tin Commons
l"-doy nil
Diajdalc asd Sir HIHOti
A finther meeting ha
inged 'o-morrov at *
..mcial
*iks in Canada

riiiglan LeflDoorOpen
ny IV T. BSwaSSwMt)
LONDOHi J"i"- 21
nog only 311 on a bats-
man's wieket. England krfl the
door open fui South Afi n .i hen
od Teal began at Uwd*l
today. The toun-t~ who irplied
vnh feuf without i<^' ean ten*
gralulate themselves on being in
much batter position than !
in time looked possible eftar K.
M.i'i wan 'he toss on his
first appearance as England's cap-
tain at the hi>udi|U.uli-r!i of cricket
Hut although bai|(lnnd's total may
i laiked nothiiiR
in the manner in amleh N irai
ninpiled
Prom the lirst b.ill tl Wit' obvi-
ous thjt the policy wn I
quickly iimi although edekata leii
fairly raCtilaTU r H BrtiwoAi
men did not let up once In their
quest.
At a result only 24 maiden*
.led during the day as
ompared with *v on the first day
Ol the South Afneim innings ;it
Trent Bridge
. "ikinf up real pace,
caused England's Mtamea some
trouble early end three enswMU
f-II for 103 in SO minut.
The situation was retrieved
Alien left-hander Watan. playini
i ' "i. i Teal Mdni I Dan
( of pton These two put on 132
in Just over two hours and looked
vet fnr many more when Ooanpt
n ingtertous lux.k thsM at
Me Carthy's (eater ball and was
ihiabt) i b i
riom 22S for 3
I lapsed to 231 for fi
on to make 7 before being mag-
rilkirdlv caught mi the
.1 ,i; ..,.)' Bedasr and Wardle
.i complete hie.ikd'
Chubb quickly finished off the
lalssnders.
(Pelasli '- rwgs
French Break
lip 3 Rebel
Italtaliotis
HANOI. June II
Three regulai ball il
atsses hflv.
hi diaorganiati
n the TonkuiK rirM.i ebOUl II
I am Hanoi, Ira ft
\r'n> nnounead Ui das
The deatructi......t the fabt
ol the Bn
the Bwaefi whieti !> I
t'nioi, li uli tin
ial ta
But 1.000 l.l.el hi,I
out of the IIkM Ihe .muoiiin cini ii
1
100 Tha lamp was made In the
hen Mm area -r the ..
The Fieneh Army .aid Ihe tiUeC
layi Than Hoi operation
ad last night About 300 Viet-
muih ini|i- h ii boen i aptured i i
\iu \ rleadajuarters
on and dlaorgani atlon ai
in-' rebel bawaUoiui would eon*
h Vlotmtnh
i lit nf
: i mild dalaj
,nv lutura
i But some Treiub s*iokrsin?n
'houghf thai the taoei short
Hce lunplles. miwht be i
renew their attemp: no mnlter hni.
n enmpalsn II mlgh'

Iteiiler
PAPAL LEGATF.
VA1 IC.W Cl IV. .lone 2\
Pope liu \n lode)
i .
I Itio I'o Junuiio as Papal Lo-
gnte to the Intel Ai i ri an I i
s on Cathuiie Bducatten i"
lie held In (do lie Janeiro from
in AukusI 5.
Krulrr.
BawJ "id at"
Watson went
Changr Of Nuiih
Truman Asks for
8;Vtr>JMHLM0
WASIT

anunptlofi

kba end planee b, dr-p them
Amarican cltie He was ask-
r.t Congreie to vole 5J5.00ll.OOf)
LONrX>N. .
is Liberal I'.

it its Assembly
October to attract "radical tatee

Renter jdevastnting atl
Attlee Hurries
Haek Home
i .'iw. hum ai
Prime MiuMm Atue cut short
his visit lo Scotland tonight >>;-
Ian oil crisis
!! .-. motoring through itu
night to til* country homi
''hequei*. near Ixindon lie will
lie nt hi- Vim'nrow
norning
A lea of telephoT
\tuev m
his 400 mile Journey south ir
rasa then- an- urgent develop
M r^porl from 1-ondon.
During Atth-*''- ,ili-.em ftt
gn SecreUiry H
baa in in eharaje hi London
Reuter.
if ihe iiriiiii were being aakad
id stay ii, I i
raenfa inaarBaeibie dub

dan "dded ami
from both aidea aj tha H
"Governnient nvu be sure that
whatever those steps maj
shall be ready to give them out
nipport."
.....position had Ihe Impres-
sion that the British in !'
no means of >eir.,n r.-n. .
turbanres broke out again. Eden
aid
.''
Ian (Jmeininenl of
dlvertiM ravanuas nt-eived from
ii Compart] from the
actual benefil ol the aatien.
The Prime Mhssstai of Persia
i not a left Ha Is
nid he belnncs
II-to-do 'las* which has
been kepi eorking
people ol the country," H
.i.! wi There i- no indleation th
Mossadeq was prepared lo change
his course "he apparently Is
nol in a mi-o,i to aeeepl to-opera-
' oefv ofTered.
I Ihal Brtlaii:
was most Bgtxloua ! "i |
settlemeni in Persia based on
imituid raepacl and mutual under-
standing.
wv ua I I laakfU
cv.ii d.ite th..... i
1 is our wish that officer* an I
9 Anglo Iranian
ii Comp .,. thai
. .....Unue u>
... ihew ifinieiiHHwMl*'
.
he oilfields omawhal i*i.iatei
in rn the poealblliO ' pi
und It would I-- legitimate to move
them to At
As for the birger bl
military uitorvciitum he liau
ghran undei-tnkangs thai Brttmn
ild do gvoiyltlni '
ihetr Utt
But it would be most iiriwi-. to
pet involve*! m Ial
nveiueni a oUtsteilaa ha
| can nnlv BB) |M Hie gnn-
I'rai puvpeni h,i- baeti (at the
government t" b4V gU
hich must involve miliMi gUBl
ittees of on -olhcr"
Reuter
JULIANA RETURNS
i,i;xEMiioi;mi. luna II
Queen Juliana of Ihe Nether-
iand retui asd b at i .if u i i
hree-ilay visi' to Luxemburg
Keuler.
THE "ADVOCATE"
pgya for NEWS
DIAL 3113
Duy or Night.
I uli 11 Tor Spying
BEAT)
Court here today sentenced a 22-
veir- Schmidt nf Prague to seven year*
pylni for
Cii

Reuter
IlaVians i'wvX Jobs
JWNIKiN. June II
Bnlam has reeruited 80 Ital-

1
tai Of Fuel
l
today. Reuter.
WHO
WAS THIS?
Was thiN the 'wage earner' . the one who kept
ihc family comfortably housed . the children at
the rvM M.hooIv The one who somehow wremcil
to represent the complete security of ihc present*
aid the future*
Thing* .an never be quite the dune, but they will
he considerably easier if ihe one who accept*
responsibiliiv for ihc family ajejftn has laken ihe
precaution of wise insurance.
For as lilllc as P" annum you Cad insuic
agaimi accidents Idr /.l.ttX in the eveni of Jesih,
The cover also includes benefit* tu n
and/or limbs, and * per week up lo UU weeks
is provided for temporary total disablement
Quite a diftcreni picture, |Rb*I it *
Ol.'ARDIAN ASSURANCK COMPANY I.IM1FEI)
S. P. MUSSON, SON & Co. LtU.
BROAD STUW1
P.O Box JJ7


PAOl TWO
IIARBAIMIS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. Jl M ' I'M
Ccuub CaUinq
|-y*i;;MC the sbseno
111!
imr front

July 14th, tin Colonial Secretary
appointed Governor's
Deputy.
\cellency the Governor
and L dv Savate arc going to
n short visit as guests
nada Airline*.
Holiday Over
M;" ,'AT NAPIER. datughfjs-
Mr* Dma N
Dominica who had been belMay-
ing In Barbados returned to
Dominica vesterdav morning by
PtttS mother is a
member of the Dominica Legisla-
mcil.
On Honeymoon
MR AND MRS. Robert Walker
s-rndinu their honey-
moon in Barbados. They Be* W
iucI.i vlii Trinidad yes-
terday by B.W.I.A. Mm W.ilk.M
. mat Alicia Evans, daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs. Jack Evan*
of Caracas. Ml WaUtax who "
born in New York is with the
| irte Oil Company's office
in Caracas.
The> are staying at the
Medal Presented Bride-To-Be
HIS EXCELLENCY th. Oov- AT present in England I
in Iba pceaencs of *\ SheeUajh Kalmody of San
t h e Executive Fernando. Trinidad. She is to be
rried in Trinidad next year i"
Iterday. presented Mr Ahmed AH Isack. wealthy w
the Imperial Set- landowner from Pakistan IK-
to Mrs propesed by letter and will be ks
777/5 BRITISH FILM HAS
A NAZI AS HERO
By HAROLD CONWAY
Freeman I
Chikrfi N
|) ,,f Um k.v. Da-
parlmcnt of the
Barbados OoneroJ
HospiUI
[ Mrs- Freeman
iJaaBBBaWaBaVJaWJ wai
Imperial s
HN p lift nun Meii.il OB the OCca-
Mon <.f Mn New Year. 1951. in rr-
i''ignition of her thirty -eight years
. ( liiel.tu!
bastes Gminl H
Most British film studios avoi,1
controversial topics like the
plague. But a new picture beings*
.,, made at Elstree is probably go-
London nsnet month to see|h C(inmjVC,r!l>
bride-to-be **%Ml"-K-1^ JU title is -So Little Tune".
ent to London^four ye. hero-most sympatheti-
to be trained
nodel. but then switched to nuis-
ng, Is now engaged on her mid-
.ie. She completaa hs
illy drawnis a Nazi officer.
D.M.S.-British Guiana
DR. L. G. EDDEY. !
Meo. -
arrived hen
Here is a new kind of screen
i. hero indeed nles$ you Kin* the
.ri.in.n, ." OrlnWr. but will prob- aklna adm|ra,|, ^ f,|, ,om,
,.. M Ihr hcpltol unUI Portm.n'l
MsS.....'" Sh&r.....tm~".....
Selector Heroine of "Sn Litile Time" is a
SIR PELHAM WARNER select- youn(< m-igian girl whose family
ed the author's eleven which havo b^,, billed by the Nat's, but
cricket match at West- wh MU hopelessly in l
ohoi ground. gnglon j,,s( week against publKhers,^ i of h(,r ,ih.v|l
Hi
el.
Annual Leave
Tk*R VEHE LAWRENCE
migby li.W I A
1! known event in England. Poet
nd lllunden who is S3 2*p-
...\ ...!:..: -*.i K from Dominirn where he luiH Hitke'l was one of the umpires. . Vienna born Maria Schell
whose home is m Switzerland
the guest of Dr II M Hetherln*- Back from U.K. play* ihe part. It is her biggest
..,.,. Um, O.B.E.. Senior Mi'i> _., ,,fmtiF HART Manaeei role since she came to England
<",,u ..flle.UO Hen \f" KJ "*" *., unknowr '. months ago.
turned I ma later tlM ,f ^ laSrunent who 1.' rlUtal'a Marlus Goring Is the
15 v^L^iTrTh SI re- N,i. Commander He and Miss
Bth 0 D Hethar-for * .2e veiterda* Sda*l go to Itelgium this month
"TSS the ,>asngers leaving ' '"^ yS ^*
, ute, by the C.aaeine W. < n Gcrm
vhg i
ington i'if m Rjirbadoa .
h Cable and We*l.-v ta- A. ,fcrence
at here returned from Trinl- soiii.m M
For St. Vinceni Weddinf
MU -- anutne
B.G Air,
ribbaaa
B.G. Civil Servant
IN
holid> at Mi H
B
Guiana. He ar-
Wed neada f even in*
That Word
nheim
LS

w ile and family
the round trip i
Missionary, hi*
Thev are maklnp
\\C.
Scout Commissioner
WIA -hP">* ' '% 1Vp,|,, Mesrtnoane-- of the
attend I
t Mtss Ksth- and ts staying at Super Mar- I
Kerth Mr- C.ilesl House Seouts* Aasoc.at.on
.., ,. c. s-a-tv-, ti#s aoi>ro\-ed the appointment of
f-i,m> , vtnessftt tA-taamn -Moner for Raroaoos.
-..'Sm^ art.,SSr-J2t? 5-jyt Si &* SsT*"
..:;-.: .";:,/:; F,fnch And t.nllh
( \ i n n I mn pasaM psjegJ
li 1.- l:hmsl V* * Mr" ld^; .?/ ^? M from Guadeloupe
Dasrsd MSSTS7 4 Bo*. ass* "
I welcome the producer* enter-
prisethough they an aBpari
ly not without a certain tr. lion. They wince at the word
Nar. So far as they are con-
.erned. the hero i* a "Germsn".
MAC A SCHELL
Tat Ir'fisx f" - ''!
-T- Nati.
Hepburn herselfto
up the trumpet-blowing
then
hold
unUI
She Slill \\;iils
Thai Festival Alibi
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STOLE TROOPS' FAGS
LONDON
Thieves StaM .i liu.fc aaaalaia-
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ide a London dock *' f*>
cigarettes were due to M
o British troops flghting In
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OPBRim TO-DAY 500 & 8.15 P.M. & CONTINUING
I parKiipa om fc
+ The Festival has
m (he fashionable .-
7*7" Til IITiirT'l- " CTub Aftrt, h. W T^'T^d'^7nd .hi. when " IVf
Sbort Hor.sUy
I Bl"SHOX o* ft*
Btaefe Rock, left former Chairman of the Bahamas
the rsseasnae for Development Board Tor M
B/i wher* sfas vV. spend s ?V-' ChruUe this Is an annual visH
hOttrJar with re He is staying at C la ridges as usual
^ Twenty-yenr-olrl Claire Bloorr
the girl with the big sur- Knrt theatre ftopi
prised-looking eyessits in her
on dressing-room at the Globe Thea- 1 ha
tre. waiting for a cable which silhei
rkaBSsyi ,. km n
;he Ollvtan m Shnw-and-Shake-
li is n month now since Miss rpeare. for Instance, the John
Bloom was given SXM uentse* in solo Shaw. Roberl-
irom her part in 'Ring Round ion Hare In English farce. Robert
the Moon**to fly to New Yorl; kbjrlej In French farce Anv-
..n.l be tested as Charles Chap- u i .g Pranch.
Ts latest leading lady.
And of course Ihe musicals.
Chaplin w. s kind and encou- lx theatre managers take
lall 11- raging: but that lUta legend "Festival
rf vasion of school children cominfi hls decision is a week overt ,. mm their bills. It
j to Barbados for their holidays and ,,, haj promised a Yes or No by ,,,., nothing and audiences
Jn *_ *10 to le-rn E"*11*"- many of last week- Claire wro l|I0d of it. Let them con-
Tivfi PlrT^ i. j Incidental Intelligence 'ioesn't like to remind him Vl.,u..w un uood entertainment.
^-^l-H^r^^l .nd Mronf is L exnewe ^s " all. he probably has otner ThPn mere
Wc?n.d?nwX.^ will things on hi,, mind *** .llbL.
be an honour to feel sheep- He probably has. including
Gums Bleed
hsirooha^Pyorrfc'S i
rKiips om baSTdlMSN
S ha......ansat
i>" mtopm sum |
> ih* flr.1 du. .rlm sor* m<-.IS i
and gufckly ill
'"."u'lV'itt,
heard of anything ^. bark ."rTViurn 't lisa'tr, ***: 1
)WS that the public [age
t to see are packed
become
r West
Lw> T'l
Ttn(h M
Mart

i*lti Irt
L9CAL tAUOn OK l'Alt\lK
Ml____
^.uadcloup* and Mr-
" " .miqu lnwlr ..Iinigurl ar.-
rtf U* local craldw> pominf lo barbd to l*m Enl-
Amosab "
4Tor FferrheaTreoeh Maatk
.enely lust lchlXvi,-m these islands close for
ci the Natk1 Anthem Klumrns-.^oTays next mom
Annual Visitor
vill be no need lor
II s
one-or two up-and-coming Holly-
wood contenders.
Entr Miss Christie
mi Aim \ 11 hi s of riri
Perhaps .
,y k from excavating l
3.000-year-old town In Irak.
imiiiUT-Novelist Agatha Christie,
i. Audrey Hepburn is an at- confessing to a broken vow.
W tractive voting SOubraUa who A! I.mM. meat or the excava-
has done some promising bits and ting was done by her husband.
, !.,.' m West F.nd revue and Baa MaUowan: he is Prolessor
,-ibiiret Then she was given of An hneology at l^ondon Urn-
.. vemily. Miss Christie as usual.
Ever since then Boa ""in beeii wor-- ad as one of tho most secretary.
r~i *!&*.
i: i Miss Hepburn's first pic- (i'"J m"c
Itm Laughter In Pnrsdlsehas ul,"-.,
I | i im sbown. She has Iwo
I'eellng :i|>i ihe screen
c' what seemed to be a lew sec-
onds each.
nurde
Fiut !
and archae-
she has come
she did. Fi
back with the script of a new
play The Hollow, adapted from
an earlier novel; it goes
the Fortune next Thursday
BY THE WAY
Hy Beachcomber
' A MAN
light ns well .it phtlesMphei llkl., V
> ghettf out "f a vacuum sang
:i butUaaaSeofc, as trv undei (M rool <>l
la uncork .. bottla with j tat*. PesMval buildings
We have still to see two other with Jeanne de Casalls as
part Perhaps she will fat feather-brained as she appears.
dazzle us. But It would have World Copyright Reserved
b;fti wiserand more helpful to "*"
i*

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ISSWORD
1 P 1 1 V P n
1 i ''
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scope, but that there i* nO hole
I sat for the m> at thai
handy bagtrumant if thh
ly so, a penny will be enough tn
charge for .i poap '.brougci the
telescope at the ceiling Anyhow.
. r.ir Iik> mans pvniilc u-. ilnil
I luoklng at things through tele-
itf Huntuigtlonshlre Cabman, I
i read thai lacks the variety and sense q
one of the lurprlaa ol that moideri
l.n ga tele- llnl it nhotild place Its
ank of garetteertsls.
Ilaulsge Book of Ihe Week)
Rupert and Simon14
LITBH
ii ,ii
ACTom
iin-t lake tiiia al (act
alus i i7i
31. AttentlTB to rliange. \9)
Itaat
l>n ii
I. tautdv liair .1
-. BUI a luln DlctU" mi
, lS. ISi I Wiir.rn
*. A. uui um DfUmn"ii ui u
_ IS) S. fiittW, rtnblrm
fl. S>*n >u BiiKin *.niid name.
11 roulO be bream. ,i
B. Appnritlon. ll|
a. siariitii place trom tht 8lau
II. Causes nuirli stoui SSttoartni
|J- I ft BMUag eilliet > aliei
*" rUH?* 7ou,g Donald to ma*.
iS, Tlie 'Mouiine-.- do. )
la. As a renting place II aeaa mycr
raring. ,;n
A new .issiNl.int It .(invinM.li
" alehed an aatn n
and uddenly', visible to the tuUtad _,
aye, i aitootsng >ti.t fuutaad T^ME w*
I Iky. The iKnhi
Dunking hha? telescope
nil nf Mleiil gun.
'. Mr""
Wetl, Tadmank :-
saiatanf,

shouteil
Oh, I Kiiy, /<>! Inn !
KKAii \ lunchaa, said a ut-
nry nf the other day. help
i make authors ...... sociaut.
a oreata Maodly atmoaphere.
I pouring toyli on trpul lad
ntcrs. says Jolly Jad Hopkins,
ith a light laugh,
Thv fin// Ih-Iiivvh
run plaint of a Socialist
member that the Tories do
not mind all-night sittings, be-
i* they have motor-cars to
go home in, draws attention tn
Ihe pitiful plight of Socialist
members, While the Tortai I
tilil school ties ;nc n iilintl
neilliir iiiif.narslis saying "Home" (with "OKfort
Via, Slopcoraer's accenta") to their servile ehauf
ndieirhes '., the who iepies.nl the down-lroddei
ofcr, nerfiaps he e.in e.r- masses are queueirrK for the!
tiiiiiis. They have no lies or col
Ian, The Tory lights a Havan
niialantly. The Socialis
grubs in the gutter for a cigar
butt His calloused hand
bear witness to a lifetime >f toil
No wonder, as he wait-, hungn
and cold, for the vehiele whirl
will trans|><>rt him to his miser
able doss-house, he criticises h
homely l.mguage the idle tof
who ts by now on teie way to i
asl mansbm where, in the *c<
DKAH Sir,
irom the aaed


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lam why, when the] had
the sliead ,,(ki'. he cosiriiuard ihe
'
the kls ii/r.-r breol .
"* bettlg "' riMiaspsurae aoanaf etle
the un.'-ronraiinT, why did Coiim-
efflor npt/e say to <
Faffna-jr. in .ni nnriiM,. aside,
Thar gteea old rkdesargh ihe
'"'' ''' a awleei
"(mil revealed the regrcttobi,-
nhnldrir ti.'liiiid On, aoei
roars fairhiuMi,.
irurtel Pod fl
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head arvlaaai OafrafgaM >t
PaMkatlon : I* 6d.
r"MIIS book begins quietly, with
1 H Kossington and W J
Irons, works un to......
rlimax with J. A. Bull... P
Roberts and R
thrn tapera off
inglv to U J. Skellon I I |.
natriek and F | BOUI UUon
Though In the genre of the l.:st
wing, two butlers await him wit!
.i magnum of champagne and ;
velvet smoking jacket.
f'inmim hi'lr* fvrrrl
ITOI.D someone that I ha<
read in the paper that u Dan
Ish horse had entered a houst
climbed on to a bed. and lalnV
ad. He looked at me mntlilesv
L. Blunt, and ly and asked Why a Danish
Itnei dlMDpOtnt- ';..i ,' There are man. answer
such a question. I chose tin
'.isonabtei "Because the*
mi national colours."
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R\Kii.\;>(>s ,\r>\o< \ti
FAOF 1 111.-1 !
Oil Wells
Water
Deserts
LONDON. June 11.
In the bMsMrtai ba '
Saudi Arabian newrt. the oil in-
duitr>* is now providing a novel
summer service for sorncthinc
over naif a million satiifled cus-
tomers. Only iht* commodity
t>ein provided, imidentally ftoe
of oharaje. is not petrol. paraffin
or lube oil; II Is water. And M
nny nomad will tall you, In the
desert, water is rattd innnitvlv
more valuable thar
When ihey built their 1.000-
mUe Trans Arabian pipeline
system"Tupline" for short and
completed at the and <'
the oilman ,ntll.~i f .
welli ;iliiu: Um rauta. And 3*
aoon as the Bedouins heard of
W\ iii the wordi of one
of the Oil Uthr...
/on beeame black wttl
Iiir lrll>es."
Water POT HMH
Now. according to the Matt
count, T;iplinc'> wells m
ing water for some 100 B
men. 130,000 camel', and 300.-
000 goat* and sheep. Tin- hcnlc-
men mates their nimiM
around the wells and on* wan
iilom- last summer watered 10.-
000 Bedouins and 60.000 assorted
beasts. This year, m TapUaWf
operators, more men and
than ever are converging on
these man-made l>u>
aam oases Ani the formar
/wavy annual loss of livestock
from lack of summer
capted philosophically bv the
Bedouins as inevitable In the
dereethis become a thinff of
the past.
Scientists Asked
To Alom Talks
COPENHAGF.N. June 20.
Denmark's nuclear
Professor N. Bohr has invited over
100 torn scientists from .ill OVac
the world to .1 canfaranea In
Copenhagen from July 6 to Jji>
10.
An official of the Profcasors In>
stitute of ThaoraUcal Ph]
aid ,, ., had all
worked ;it the Institute ,it OjM
time of
They amild inclutlc gbOUl 35
from Britain and the same num-
ber from Ann
Most of the invitations bud been
accepted the official raid.
iteutrr
YfacArtliur Will Not
Testify Again
WASHINGTON, Junj M
* General D Ms Arthur in
a litter lo Chalrma
Richard Russell (Dam a
gla) to-day refused the invitation
to appear uata) btfori
mittee of faquir) Into
missal. In his lo'.'.er Mat-Arthur
wrote that he apprtci.it.
vltation to return but added: "I do
not believe it i. In Um
terost for me to do so."
Senators had invilcu mm to re-
turn baeause many \vltu<
disputed or contradicted parts of
his testimony.
Though rejacting Ufci
testify DM H "'ear that
he questioned much of I
mony differing from hi .
TRUMAN KNOWS OF
NO PEACE PROPOSALS
WASHINGTON. SUM Bl.
President Truman said today ne
had no knowledge of any new
peace proposals for ending the
Korean fighting.
A news conference questioner
said then- were reports ol . pap-
jeetefl |w>aif from United Nation*'
sources.
The President said that
of that tort rmd been taken up
igM thai In
such matters he would have been
consultedItesnWr.
College Tribute
'I 0 Diamond Kin
On Canada Visil
MONTREAL Junft
A EOtinsV Cjiiadi.ui >'<
- tuth Africa
and bss -
diamond mine owi
to his alma n
Dr. John Thorburn Wdli.i
a of a dls-
tinsuiaheil ginup racaJVtng honor-
as from MoGul
Mty. lhers hrtludnd Sir Ol.ver
Franks. Biitiah ambassador to the
. Douglas,
former U.S. ambassador to
Britain, Canadil
trr Douglas Abbott gnd
defence minister Brooke Claxton.
Among guests were Viscount Alex-
ander. governor-Keiurii;
da, and Lady Alexander.
Dr. WlDiantaon was born aT
1 Quebec, and pIOTpactad
for gold in Quebec before going
Africa in 1934. Six yean
later he discovered In Ti
the diamond "pips'
bim one of the world wOTMhteat
men. A M-caral dl 1
KUaabtth
Ot) DOT wedding In 14" was a pin*
stone, and he said it was the onlv
one of its kind in the world

ad belt
god ha uata Iwo prlvata
, mis travels. 1 like to
travel,'' ha sold here onea bafona,
"but I think I'll go on mining
(ii.inninds all my life."
Laboured for Years
Williamson hud years a| bard
work befo-e he made his great
diamond Una With a friend. T. .1.
Kennedy, he first worked aver OW
diggings. "We'd sort through the
.. 1 I
KM wed find otg
we wmildn'l "
Kenned, quit In 1938 but Wil-
liamson continued alone, seldom
disrournBeil. He nrvered hun-
1 miles until 001
1 ,1 into the

: ters t : carat, That
! .,i .in Incredibly
0 id miosN wrath ovenl
uall stretched over aw ten
His mine stands in l'
land, luiTouiMaad bj <
barbed wire fenee. He I
wall, lie bujit
eh 1
"tall games M
rnoniol dano 1 rut careiul-
grtevitnerti that ma) I"-
1
picked men which repraatnta cj.it!
tribe. OJ
Trinidad Rice
ilitm 0r Qwa (rmM'll
PORT-oK-si'MN. June 16
A Sub-Committee comprisuig
0 Bta ..... \h 1.
NaMo and Hm. Chanka
I
Finance Cowunlttso "1 the Leg-
to eaH
Ikmii inspection of the Caror.i
ms 23. in
connection with V-\'
U) upend 51.VI.000 for an
emt>. nkment In the
Swamp a- part of it- KS004MM
rice 1 Kpan Ion a bj tot t(jr 'be
1
FOR ATLANTIC AIR TRIPS
Air Keporler IAMBS STtAKT
WITHIN A FEW WEEKS one of two BftUah Ovaraaaj
AJrwaVi otzid lo bcajOBM Um Hni British airman
he Atlantic 380 Times Ycl whrn one of them.
1 L V, (Buddy") Messenger, first joined Imperial
Anwavv there had been only two non-stop transatlaiuit
Michts.
ihc^- anara aw cr.*dnis by
AtCOCk and Brown of the RAF
in 1919. and Colonel Charles
l.tndU'igh, the American pilot,
in 1927.
"Buddv" Messenner. 4"-year-
lUsenaaar pii*". need*
ther 12 trips to complete his
On Horses
\'l Si^n \-rroiiMiit
On Slulus Of Font's
LONDON. J
North Atlantic Part 35'n
algjnad -" Five trips ahead of him. wMh
'. on the status of cver> 343 iransatlanlie llights. i* En-
coidler. sailor and airman serving gineei-ofhew E. D. Oilbcrtson,
Ul another N.A.T.O. countrj1. f Bristol, a 31-year-old Scot.
The agreaiuaul which take* wfio began hU connect 1 > arUtl
effect immediately to the maxi- nvin|. Js Jt, R\f boy apt
mum extant p",i>le pending i({ Halt. u. B
Carried Tliou^.n.K
in international
Gilbertson started flying over
the war In
,..,...-..............l.huih.hH,liiltaa l,m '"- ""^n> prow non irirw
iv Within tha boundaries
ry t> collaborate
in peacetime for purposes of
etimmon defence, so the need for
men an agreement has never
yet arlserr" the N.A.T.O. state-
ment said.
The agreement covers civilian
1 1 : a force
.1. .. .1
airmen..
The document decl.m
the duty ,.l a lone .uid its Ctvil-
1 1 and members
thereof an wall ag their depen-
Huv of the
-tote, and 10 abstain
from any activity inconsistent
spirit 0i the present
1 and In particular from
nny MMUcal icUtrlty in 'ho
receiving
:
which the reeeiV'
,
punish mi mbei
where nan
\t eii'omrti
bower, At-
iifi S'liir.....i t'oLnrmntMr Ul _
1 ha Japanese u charter of right)- tor soldiers ol lowing Occuputi
the lit North Atlanta treati -y iMJd the ilrst list of nearly
,i 8,900 forrnsT political, 1 n
. from post-war
Importai '! purge restrictions. Other lists will
8 11 vr 1 (oOow as Government came* out
Hi 1 of Aliien its nnoonced intantlon to daat
tlio purge as quickly as possible.
pntect
never k.ive linn c rnaaa in-gen % hoacs
ranra aarry aarvlce between
Britain and Canada In 1942.
Ugn 0rl,
and they have two small boys
It wiik on this return ferry ser-
Vlca that Captain Me:oenger, on
of Britain's greatest ivil ahr-
klOtS, began Atlnnti, tl,-
mg in 1941, after many years on
other routes.
He has done more than 3.000.-
000 miles, and carried t*i-*isand*
of passengers. His son is a
BOAC pilot
BOAC's No. 3 Line, which op-
erates the Atlantic "nui". Bgag
have 12 mensix pilot
radio officers and three engineer-
eegg- Who have earn
flown the Atlantic more than too
times. LAS.
Restrictions On
Japs Lifted
TOKYO. eaM 20
The Japanese f>


Tiu Oveunatlon Towers diree-
UVI n ling a/lth the policy
! thl< vpimg from Gen-
eral Matthew B. Itulgway s head-
country. I uartan t.. taper oil oc-upation
b >1 10 that Japan will bo
1 allni practlcauy indcrn-n-
dcntly before Hie Peace Treatv is
amis Anal.
Well known politician
dustnsliata included In
: Sne. .he";;.;^: "-.d-r* ^u",,,w *%x *vsr
.lupbei*.-.;. milltan fore ol or- probable return to something Ui
unttv thi th imsidons of power ami inrtu-
., which they are aerv- anoa aeay BCCUplaal formerly.
Ing." Reoter Reuler.
1
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quictlv. uillioul l."-ilJli..l.- ai.'l wiUml iljiiftrr or undue
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Gamblers and dishonest polic*-
nis'i m reellne, ., Uttle aafar ' -
nigh-
Siv-fi>t-fii.i-uich t*
orlng man the Hen y, .
ith to ;i fwiafjl
bench.
Murphy is a lawyer as well is .
rokc the aHuiffH
iH-tttecn gamblari and police, m
dfVra bookmakers out of the Ctty
Before becoming police chi. '
he enu a di'tnct .ittornev F.
eipht years he never lost a eas
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convictions lie convtctad Alg>
Hiss of not
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Bfurphl r-,i ,!! 1 0B horse-
Sill he likes lo put doUae on
111 most anything else
Asked whether there was any-
thing besides harass ha afould no
bet on. he said- "Two
inry'- verdut. and whether it :>
golni; to he a ho> ,,1 .. itiil "
miiadv a autumn a m
in dinner For the lirst Unas m
2$ years. 05.000 members of thr
l
went on strike lo-daj '.
waK<* demands
lawyers no ,,o: ordinarily g.
to jail with eenvlcsad iiients. Bui
iix bjrristers for the II convictc-
Communist Part) laadH ue
Ing to do )ust that for 30 day- t
mv uthv Then onlv
eacajie Is an ap|enl to ('. Supr.
Court against their scntrncc f ,
contempt o( court.
million titr. othnan oiftui
Mi < rthj 1 r .1 : watcoen
fOV Oeneral MncArthur
Among the high point- of thi
geneial's triumphal tour will b<
s.nt nit by .1 Choir >f TO.OOO Texan:
of a long written in his honour
The last tWO lines For I.
fulfilled iii-. promise when he aakl
' I shall return
GOLF PARTNERS Charles
Peckhiim iwkfc aaeb
shot .1 birdie two on the HO'yard
ISIh bole lea Country
club. But than their opfaaaai
Mortimer Kline and C J l ayd
rich made : hole )n one.
ooon NTHS 11, m I
lands. In spite of earlier b:n|
weather the < rap arotruai
1,000 m.linn, butheji rot
the eighth su< 1
TWtNTV FOCI HOt RH aftai
l,0M tetate froi 1
.ui Bjccentrk W01 n rel
seen. William Crothers,
1 ..1
HiANKLUKT. June 20-
in black mmkcini
peslel today tit unload dol-
"btiiiiiiiji* them after ih-
Midden United States oaaag RM
. A dollar ..i-li ti> l sin icnitcm
I V mid-day.
The order was made uithout
earning over the radio through
FOreet I Bwaoaner- and In tele
phonO and within minutes block
marketeers were offering $200.0(1'
for a carton of ?ikl I'nited State-,
A carton costs American.- dsm
dollar.
United States Oecupatio.i ass.
made the order to foil
Cerm.uiy's thousands of black
marketeers.
not entitled
'" dollar*, i .miiiit 1 mi (<
lo exchange their holdings. Tbcv
were badly hit by ^e |ast BUd".
den conversion in autumn 1947.
but many have since amassed
inllar fortunes.
- Renter ,'
lit ly lilt* 1 HI (HUMS ITU.. L0N0OR
fe^NOW
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Shorter Hours
NEW YORK, Juno 20.
American Mat const ahJpOWDr
1 seamen reducis
work at sea In an effort
''in Ins five day old strike lr.
the Atlantic in Gulf Const ports
nan offered 1 44 hour instead
01 u 4H IvRjr week at sea and .-,
* hour week in part
The National Maritime Union
h II demanded u 40 hour uerh
l'
' ncrs also proposed
H ine increase which wotua bCBBI
the Able Seamen', baitc wage t
N 1 month.
t shipping is lied up
by thi- strike of 70U retllo <'i*r-
About 137 ships were r>*ported
tiesl up on thre.' aaaetl but t
Korean war and Ailanlic deleatce
1 ir)(i>ps .-ne inoviiiK
-Reuler
Voungi'sl Chairin.il
LONDON. June 31.
Il:e West India Coinndttce
I uUve, today eiwud the
1 h.ui man ami l>eputy
chairman it has known in lt
rears
The New Chairman J. If.
C.unplH-ll. Deputy Chainn......1
BOOkai Itrothers, McC'oimell and
t ".. is only 39 years nt presiml.
The new Deputy Chalnnat,
II. Alan Walker, the Managing
MractOff ol the West Indies
Sugar Company, ami of Caronis
if, 42. Both in> almost annual
visitor*, tu the West Indies.
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PAGE FOUR
BAKUAIM1S ADVOtATK
FRIDAY II NE .'-' IKI
BARBADOS!
ADVOffiTE
Prlatad bj um Atm t... I.U.. kaM tU MdMNW
Friday. Junp 22. 19.M
KKEI* LIVE STfM K
AS world i Ml 'Tally become
more diflicult and dock strikes m particular
: e frequent supplies of food in the
.1 India will be delayed and in some
instaiicrs reduced Barbados has already
been saved from tmn shortages due to
ihe co-operation between the Department
of Agriculture, the merchants and the
people. It would appear that such co-oper-
ation is again necessary and as this news-
paper has drawn attention to Ihe waning
interest in agriculture it is not out of place
to suggest immediate remedial measures
against the possible shortages of proteins.
In the past it was possible to rear here
any number of utility fowls and small ani-
mals such as goats, sheep and pigs. In re-
cent years the importation of other breeds
from Canada and the United States tended
to improve the laying strain. But the
shortages of poultry feed and the recent
outbreak ot cholera caused severe losses
and a consequent reduction in egg produc-
tion.
Barbados can again become self sufficient
in these directions. It is still possible to
import chicks and there is poultry feed in
plenty so that the rearing of chicks and
hens and the production of eggs will be de-
pendent upon Ihe amount of care expended
by poultry keepers.
There are coses on record where poultry
lovers have been able to add considerably
to their incomes even while enjoying this
interesting hobby. It is a far cry from the
days when eggs were sold at 10 for a "bit"
(ten cents) and the locally grown corn sold
(fit pints for a "bit". Today locally pro-
duced eggs are sold at eight cents each and
egg producing poultry feed is sold at II
cents per pound.
In the matter of the rearing of small
animals, the Government has given an ex-
cellent lead. At every agricultural station
throughout the island there are stud
animals. This has been the practice for
many years and so effective has been the
practice that peasants now boast of as good
a strain of goats, sheep and pigs as can be
found at the Government stations. It is
also possible for those who desire to begin
rearing animals to apply to the stations in
the country or to the Livestock Station at
the Pine and purchase young stock.
The reduction in the pig population in
St. Michael was due in great measure to
the system of licensing by the Sanitary
Authority years ago but it is still possible
lor people interested in pig rearing to apply
for licenses as long as the premises on
which they propose to rear pigs comply
with the regulations of the Sanitary Com-
missioners.
There can be little excuse then for not
increasing the number of small animals
and improving our egg production within
a short time. It can be done at a rate and
in lime to offset any rhortage in the im-
ported supplies. But there must be public
co-operation.
S.P.G.
THE visit to this island of the Rt. Rev.
A. H. Howe-Browne, formerly Bishop of
Bloemtontein and now Envoy of the Soci-
ety for the Propagation of the Gospel, will
serve as ;i lilting reminder to the people of
Barbados of the contribution which the
SPG has been able to make to the moral
and spiritual health of Barbados.
Missionary work in Mis diocese is needed
even if only as a cordial to the drooping
spirits of a people who although not active-
ly anti-Christian have given signs of an
alarming indifference to spiritual matters.
But it is not merely as a missionary that
Bishop Browne comes to Barbados. His
mission unique in itself has many excellent
opportunities. The work of the S.P.G. in
this island has never been fully appreci-
ated.
The estate! which were bequeathed by
General Christopher Codrington are tin-
means of support for Codrington College.
And Codrington College has given not only
lo Barbados but to the West Indies many
priests, teachers and outstanding men in
public affairs and commerce.
This is the work which the Society has
been able to do for West Indian peoples
and we in this island should ever be grate-
ful for the opportunity to contribute to that
work.
Two hundred and fifty years In the life
^ of any institution is a proud record; but in
the case of the Society for the Propagation
of the Gospel that record is based not mere-
ly on the length of service but on the qual-
ity'of that service. The spiritual and moral
uplift of any people based on education is
a divine mission. It is because of this work
that Barbados has been able to reach the
Stage of participating* in missionary work
and to hold out a hand to help the people of
Africa by giving them the Rio Pongas
Mission for which the Rev. Mr. Leacock
set out years ago.
As a spiritual leader and as a representa-
tive of a Society which has had such long
connections with Barbados, Bishop Browne
will be assun.-'i of a welcome whi
goes and it is to be hoped that the fruits
of his visit will I e seen In a much needed
awakening it1 i v Church in Barl
The
Nivlh Mail
'Mlinulni ihr U'l-h*
f*n analysis
b> I Ii.i|iiii.iii
I'im Im i
'i ill- run testimony which
-rm-vh-.l the atom bomb BBV
' ria*.
wived to mata ropeeta
sort, Fuchs confessed.
torrltyina
initially successful spy uel-\
obvloufb; dlrai led by one
baaed In New York.
Tiiw two Q-mn questioning
FUCbS were imtOUl b,
i oe
ruche replied.
tan win
always CBRM '" Sea DM loW RM

l'HE ROYAL TOURNAMENT
LONDON
WHEN in iraaa to the Festival of
Britain return home, they face the inevitable
question: "What did you enjoy mo
jwn feeling is thai few will recall the Dome
jf Discovery, tin Sfcykm, or the Giant Dip-
per at Batteraea Fair Grounds, with the same
vidtirss and pi !>"t staged
primarily as Festival attractions.
lee will fly back to the things that
*re the Londoner's constant pleasure, and
ire as much a part of this great city as the
fhames. the Houses of Parliament, and its
ther equally permanent features.
The Royal Tournament, for instance. Of
.he many Festival visitors among the
housands of I.ondoners witnessing this
/ear's Royal Tournament, I'm quite certain
nost will retain its spectacular highlights as
imong the most treasured souvenirs of Brit-
un, 1951.
This great annual event is not, in itself, a
iart of the Festival of Britain, though it is
lUnieneod undoubtedly by the knowledge
hut this year, more than in any other it has
mown, Britain is on show to the world.
Here there is the same attraction that
lraws crowds to Horse Guard's Parade and
Juckingham Palace every da>v-the lrresist-
ble year In, year la of military]
iplendour. Not that there is any question of
mjoying a show of military force in the sense
if pre-war German mass parades, or the Red
Square march-pasts of Moscow today. In
set, anything less warlike or threatening
han the troops who take part in the Royal
Tournament would be difficult to imagine.
\s one watches, these troopa however
nounted or dismounted, In gay scarlet in-
tead of drab khaki-the feeling grows that
it a moment's notice they could be trans-
irtned Into a lirst-duss lighting force.
Nor is there in all this merely a product of
he merciless training of regular soldiers.
tailors and airmen. One of the most "soldier-
y" performances of the Tournament is a drill
Usplay by recruits of the King's Squad of the
toyal Marines. Not seasoned soldiers and
'old sweats" but recruits. Their average
i hteen.
Despite their youthfulness and lack of "ex-
>erience". these men go through their drill
novement with the precision of robots, act-
ng as one man. Take the display of war dogs,
n which the skilled handlers are mostly
National Service men. Or the physical
training display by men of the Royal Air
Force, again mostly young recruits of 18 who
ire doing their basic National Service train-
ing. All. whether time-serving, or conscript-
ed, are exemplary.
For splendour, there are few sights so awe-
inspiring as the Household Cavalry. These
troops of the Life Guards and the Royal;
Horse Guards in scarlet and black cloaks, j
breastplates and helmets glistening, make a'
truly magnificent cavalcade as they display'
their unrivalled horsemanship in a musical!
ride.
The Royal Navy has only to make its ap-
Qraetujlaas, who in avwe*j (h s^p, consulate in New York pearance to capture immediately the hearts
I.-.!>* limiKtu iluilll fill". ... .._._.....
ru WORD
IKOM
DR. FUCHS
....ami another s/iy goes lo jail
THROI ' twist ol ages. Examination* of hotel -Look at tab." he *aid. sbow-
mlnd Dr. K! r egttbars showed he had sUyed in ing n(l brother-in-law Gold:
could not help the iwo G-men who Albuquerque. town near Los picture. "You wdl have to ge.
roaaUDi him In nil cell Aliens, on .. dels when Fuchs out of the country. Here i*
at Wormwood Bi Ud handed over a wad of docu- jiooo (355> from the Russians
Ha aranted to help men traca menu. i will get you M.ooo more
doara | las In the Gold, then workins at Phila- -Meanwhile here are your w-
1 BO ptl onlessed he had structfomv__
stolen Um secrets of ihe atom been a paid Soviet spy since IMS. -Write a letter to the secretan
He disclosed the name of David o( the Bull(an Ambassador It,
But the man who had memorised Greenglass. a young U* Alamos Mexico saying how much you ad-
lha satin contents of :dsliuse C.l, whom he had paid $500 for mirt> ,hc gU|U, Ruwlli ,< Inakm.
atomic documents could only atom bomb sketches. He described al UNO. Sign it 'I Jackson '
.l1 Um Soviet agent to a Russian known to him ai 'John
:tiem on. Doe." who had directed his 'Then go to Mexico City am
He P riivilies until the end of 1946, post the letter there. The secrc-
an American with a receding and then he fled in fear from the lary la already making plans loi
forehead. That a United Stales. your escape.
doctor," said "He was a slim, slightly stooped "Three days later go to the Plai
Q.men Hugh Clcgg. "Didn'i thin, man with a long nose and a de la Colon al 5 p.in. Stand lhn
man ever tell you anything about nervous habit of brushing back looking at the statue of Columbu
hlmaalfT" ms dark hair." Gold said. with your middle finger in th
Only thai he was Duve from Before Gold was charged with pages of a guide book.
Pittsburg." Fuchs replied. c-.plottage motion p'ttures of him "Wait until a man sidles up U
A Breach were flown to the G-men in you. then lay. 'This is a magnifl
QUESTIONING by ihe G-men London. When these were shown cent stalue.' He will repl>
ted It was only through to Fuchs In jail he recognised his There are much more beaulifu
*ork by their American fellow Bpy. 'n his origins statues in Paris.'
h t UNO d f b, six years. jjmjj^ H^ ^EjJ^ J
iiational control of atom lQ SwPd(>n Go throug,
'" ,M i94,7, i' ,'S ,ha ON the morn?ng "fold's picture exactly the same procedure .
security men had noted thai _-"Jn1c."\h_ /^^..n n.nm Stockholm, this lime standing li
Mr, and Mrs. Julius Rt
nberg.
living i
thi: spy
is a- Harry Gold
used code-name
. proca
Tml , t.-sperted young coup!
been a major In- I
security screen.
The (;-mcii had bSM ...
of all Ihe scientists with access to
tin. knowledge.
Altar two years of
M, ;onl shadowing many
., i BM G-man were con-
riaced Uiat Ihe main .i
had been made by Hrillsh scientists
anrwlni in tba l*>> AJsm
Mexico, atom bomb luboralory
during the war.
M.l.5 chiefs in Undoa wars
After six month- of in-
quiries only one name remained on
their listKlaus Fuchs. the fl.RtlO-
a-ycar scientist at Harwell. Ihe
bub of British atom research.
There was no hard evident,-
Fuchs made no oontecta with
Russian agents while be
ghadowad But investigation* In
hi* native Germany prow
been a fanatical Communist. Knickerbocker
BsfsaHancs York "furb,
WILLIAM SKAltlXJN, M.l.n Inghtened.
BSSfH, the man who had grilled Kosenberg, helped by hi.
William, "Lord HnaMIaw ioyea
mlerroajated F^iohs,
. :<. in Ihe diplomatic bag. 34-year-old Morton Sobell, a frieno
... On "Doe's inslructtons he had en- of Rosenberg who had given radai
". lanul.i young Grcenjlass in the secrets lo the Russians, was handed
over by the Mexican secret police
m With Ruaalan money he was still
paying promlslon young American '"e Manaiier
Communists to qualify as sclcntis-s EVENTUALLY the G-mer.
could . am atom si.e.. rabU,h(.(l the lHentnv of the
the identitv of Uili maatei my. t;,v h ",,?' sixih Man. "Jchn ly*", who had
-Thinkagain doctor", Class re- Oftm '-"'- '^ manaaed tbem nil
m would take ;. degree "You Hp WM Analo Antonovl,h
LbereomethlagnOW.'1 kyt!^' rest thrmigh the C..l ll. 1 Yakovlev. a 39-year-old Russian
- he had said. wno had |jrv THE WOICD
was hiorhrmiil
were
front of the statue of Linnaeus
i "The contact In Sweden eill fh
you the means of getting li
rimltnaViiaHa when reu
in touch wilh the Soviet Am
basso dor directly "
Displaying nslorUanlni
OraenfUaa spent Ihe Sl.OOO to pa}
off the arrears on his hire
furniture. "I could no: leaw
America with a clear consclenci
if r quit owing money" the mar
who had iiolen atom aaerets wortl
millions told Rosenberg later
No ntoaj*
ON June 2 Rosenberg called a
the flat again carrying a browr.
paper parcel. "There is anothci
S4.00 hi the mantelpiece. Now gc;
M.i>vin* "
Greenglass. who by that time
knew he was being watehed. madi
no move to escape. He handei
over the $4,000 to another trolher-
In-law, Louis Abel.
Ni
extremely
A fortnight later, as he wai
fife mixing a powder for his "month-
Ethel, who was Grecngfass's sister, old baby, four G-men knocked
ived directly wllh "John He finished mixing the powder.
i Doe" for three years. He had confessed, and was arrested
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t.. i Bwaa-bom naturaUaad itivmgtnn-street
a* ' ' of an audience. And what better way to sec
the Navy than in the role of those tou);h
nariners and fighters of a past generation?
Ik Greenglass, who used t h
.md lo Russians' $4,000 to pay for nil lincnt. ?H5, fence, got 15 years.
Julius and Ethel Rosenburt:
ere sentenced to die.
The Sixth Man had got away.
inrlcan, fat, M-year-eQ narrv Al The Slalne
Gold. OBJEBfQLASS, who was work-
in nteglatet UU nights as ;i lathe operator. TOMORROW: Why Ihe Sixth Mar
lit had en.-ii u-t-n abnant from miii In bed Roaanneri rouano got aav
lus work at the lime "f the leak- Jiim. 1..E.8.
ILilloon l,liils Ht^ister Track
Of lowmif* Rays
MONTREAL. more than 80.000 halt. A United togrophic plataa, The other centr.
A quirt, si.it-spokrn fnivers.it> Stun t ,.me weeks js the university al Jenny n
t.t Itontreal Protawoi is making ago he believed the ray* could be Basel. Switzerland, which, unllkt
rnj BXpertteanta that may falal la pUotl of future rocket the University of Montreal
be of greal value to lliei of the ships. doesn't make its own balloons.
future. Working with the aid of five of The emulsions, a yellowish sub
Prot i'.'
Den
..( the
students, 1'rol. Memen-
stance conipoaed of gelatine an..
physics department U praparlna "J! IO f" lhree PmX* silver bromide, are the result oi
his 21st balloon bninehlni t-> 'The origin --t cosmic fayr, long hours of research by thi
record the rart* bahavlour Made -Their nuclear reaction. professor, lie was guest at thr
ol polyhcne reeenth :| "*"" bahnelour In the mag- University nf Milan last year t<
lha ballooni can ''l(l "f lh'' "rth 1,ml s,,n- explain how he makes ihe emul
photoffraphlc plataa that record l'nbabl> From Sun sions.
i ( the rays for study under The rays are said either to _. ,_. M _..._
Ihe mlcroacop.. ortalntto rrorri the sun. to be born The *' P'al ""i.n|a'"r;
The rayahmi -., aleMrlfled in apace, or to be a maaa that baa '!', n lumimim-coveiod ion
that conatantly bombard extotad since the creation of the *1'-12 '*** lf>a hy one foo
the eartharc Itttla know,, to woi laU (avour the *'^attached to the tail^ of th;
ii.mu. | ared .....und theorr that tlwy are sun-bora. ,1!Sf"lL,v*,^'I!fnlni ""tu tT"\21
the turn of lha century by Victor still vague to science are their lo 5B lrpc\ "" nil w'"n hydrn-
i Austria, the rays have nuclear reaction and their be- *cn' "* baJloora riso to height
lillle power ktft when they reneh haviour when entering magnetic * mu*\n M I20.OOO feet befor
llu. ,.;irlh. Ilr|d, the hydros.., gradually escapes
Hmvrvci s lentists recently ad- Prof. Demcrs' Department is * 20 baW"i launched prev-iou>
vanced the theory that UM rnyi the ecora] 111 the world that pre- '>" onl-v 5IX were not recovered,
may be dangerous l| altitmles of pure* emulsions used on the pho- *CP>
Husky matelots. man-handling a twelve-
pounder tield gun over a chasm, thirty feet
wide, and bringing it into action against the
"enemy" in a matter of three or four minutes
provide a performance that Drake or Nelson
would have enjoyed. One hears all too often
that "men aren't what they used to be".
Here's the proof of the contrary. No voyager
>f old could have accomplished the feat of
strength involved with more ease. Nor could
the men who sailed with Nelson have
climbed ropes and performed gymnastic
wonders fifty feet above the "deck" with
greater nJnrbleness than ihe sailors who took
part in a rope-climbing and window ladder
display.
Looking back on two-and-a-half hours of
sustained and breath-taking spectacle, one
has a feeling of inadequacyalmost rever-
ence. One was In tba presence, not simply I v;w/V.V/V.v.v.wa',v/(
Ol the Army, the Navy, or the Air Force, but ;
liah tradition at its best. ;
Leal I hear the irate accents of a Scot, let ,
me hasten to add that the massed pipes and J*
drums of the Scottish Reglmenti and the
Highland dancing of the boys of the Queen
Victoria School, Dunelane, were enjoyed as
much by a mere Englishman as they must
have been by the many visitors from the
>thcr side of the Border who came here a
long time agoand forgot to return!
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Huring .!:
In iiif House of Con n
21 on the Tore .t-ree-
the Minister of Trade Ud
Commerce, Mr, Howe, al on* point
in his speech, dealt with the
changing pattern "f trade as be-
tween Canada and the I
States and Canada and the United
Kingdom.
"Tod "the trade
between Britain and
Ungly high, high corai
with ah) 1 a-wai rvau In Mai
Mr. pod Of
th the us
It I baei it that wa have
been Increastng uadub bin w
we beel either had t.> ili> that or WO had
t > limit our imports from the
united Bti
without substan-
:'. ;d< United


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we wan exceeding oui ability to
btu m the United State, w. bad
10 meet that situation. We met i:
partly by cutting back OUT imports
from th,- United States, but we
met it t<> a larger extent by build-
mi' up our exports to the United
Stales and thus building up our
ability i" Impart brain the United
Stiles. Il seems to me that thai
was the logical development of
trade. Today our trade with the
not in balance
it.nK shipments of gold
and certain UkVlalDle*. wc .ue .11-
t.unly trading on a basis that is
t- and that is within our
ability to paj tor imports.
u has been
me position in its ti-.uio
N never re-
anything lo Eng-
tuive Dressed exports on
England 1 d England
:: to the extent at her
I i-een told

lat Britain
would gladly spend In C
the dollars th u she could cam in
Canada. Canada theref
! lotcd the s:.le of He.*.. :
in Canada, and export- 1- thai
country from Britain are
far the highest level 111 th
of 1 ither country. In other words.
we hive been building up our
irnde wilh the United Kingdom
b) building up the ability of u.e
1'iutBd Kingdom to pay for goods
purchased in this market. Through
oul efforts and through the co-
orpaVatlon n' the British Govern-
mant, the balance of tra
is in favour ol the sterling area.
In .,lher words, the s'.crling area
li M-lling Canada more goods than
buving from Canada Surely
that Is a sound position for l>th
countries to be In. because It re-
moves the bala'.
situation as an Impeou
trade anH it place, both
In a potation so
each can lucres 1
and In pel
"We are told that u,
Being* the B
a matter of fact, we have given
up no Important British prefer-
ence. The margin has l>ecn cut
on few items At the Annecy
Conference Britain, fur reasons
that were good lo both Canada
and thr United Kingdom, unbound
the preference margin as far as
the United KimM>
ed; and in a few items the margin
or preference has been
But no Important preference has
been Riven up and no preference
hai been taken away from any
Empire country
A 1 li.i i r. saiil
about Empire preferences. Hon.
gcnllemcii opposite speak BS
though those would be the salva-
tion of any situation \
ish country can ship to
in Can-
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I Rll>.\\ -". \l _'_' IT I
i! Mti; Mm- ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
Paragon Invaded By Regiment
Smoke And Mortar Bombs Used
Labourer \\ ill
Serve 2 Mouths
For Wounding Clerk
|>-! in MMI, ., |.....,.
Parisn Land, **nrt (..
/?/>//* Control
Is Necessary
To Avert Chaos
The practice

hao* in I hi*
-n, thai
Of birth control

isLniii. .,'< m
family could b*-
> thai they could be rea-
FOR THE BARBADOS REGIMENT yestenr..
day ing. The Regiment. 140 strong Inch
vaded Paragon Range, situated at the back of S
Chits' Church. They spent the erftfaV far the
Ban off the coast it was an extremely rough da v. particu-
larly when high explosive bombs were fired
By evening, when the soldiers

v looked tired. No won-
I day of dram
n which they both watt
took pan. No one how
! off."
The area where the demonstrn-
WM appropriate.
II Is a bit of tableUiid jutting out
into the sea. This area somewhat
the II.AJ ;
ABCI alone the V
of England; one especially at
a 0, Cumberland, looking
the Isle of Ma^.
It is called Paragon Range be-
C8US0 it is overlooked bv the tow-
ering Paragon House, with its blgtl
walls. From SVawcll Aerodrome
shooting was heard yesterday. The JJUgg '''I" *** *-"ted' work u^dld^Ot>Mna^1nak*
many bursts of ammunilio,, Bred 'h,' L '< States. TwiUOSd, worthwhile members or t!
by the Regiment resounded many "wKpokmi
3,000 COM mi: I/O/, i 7 E
S.P.G's BIRTIID.W
THK GROUNDS of Codrington College wore filled I
day afternoon with a crowd of I nil S.000 when the I
Anniversary of the Society for the 1 pi ition of I
the Gospel was eelehr.iU'd with a solemn end imj
service. The servicv was held under the trees un the west-1
ern title of the Cull^ga^ grounds next to the lake which]
piesented a beautiful wooded setting
Bl Rev. a II Howe- evening:
Nasas* of W and M "Go pi inta all the
Blormfcntein addressed the world and preach the
id and stressed that t lure and kt 1
" B i' 11 vaj aeaet- mo the end ol
ary to-.r. im jBasat the World
gg He said that Our lord's words
T.ie ceremony was enhanced contained a challenge an well as a
he appropriate music played &*?" u' mcn
Capt.
that they should continue
eraari..
^f two n
< Dwtflci -a
fa
Cnrlst LnutVh,
1 i
round.
The hacredJble lire power seen
- at an ex-
tremely powerful battle unit the
Barbados Regiment could be. It
would have a very intimidating
effect on any enemy It I
have to face up to it.
Purpose of Demonstration
Thi purpose of the
Don wai to enlighten soi
the ReaUnent on the equipment. Jrl L ,u'Un ^ jufl^
urrns and ammunition camel by
r, wasurg- by ihi KBeT Bend "undL .
(its meeting held at c. E Itaison Provision ich to all men, JOSlona of OBftl*
rtil u-aifue made for amplification "'ni;i
,,! mat cltnl i should Earlier hi the morning there ThaI eluUleng
unpriaonm. uo so that people nilalil ba the Socleu .>.:
wounding Demur* V**! i'-"n'na ml m Ret C \ s, ' >* eonunuod
elerk of |he Labour Daswtnam ,, Principal of the CoUen ind the umf- .
on June l 'WU"U[ i^wnniuii quiU. u numucr , people preacher wai entlon to the Cher-
Scott rttoi ->. .,. na'1 fnr to man>' ehildicn to iex: was Psalm 126 v 4 v, WUUam 111 U
aupea at the i mi .' wh""1 ",e> '"uUl "'" *" """ '-nl hath *"" reat Ihlnp for *e Society Just over MO y.
closed th\ I attcntwr the> Uniitj H wa uo whereof we reJScV' "< preeented It loth* riew
th? onieV 'f i ',''r "p "' ** "l"1 often U Aftor the rvu.-. r ludienoi He liao
' Itt under nddch theee eMMren grew down to lunch m the College 11,1! u" replica H model M
rheeo included past and present which ha. i
com- Codrlnatonlans. school Unctwri ""'
and members of the Clerg>-.
argument develop* The i-.pulation was .-apidly By 3 30 the numbers attending
i w,- r.,r2 ^ "** '""" Increealna with the evef^rearai ihecelebraUoaa began to mcranse
gm Of i:iu-m|.l. ment ami and 300 guests including members
hTiL*%iI2S^LT?^. with which under-empioyment. and the time >f lha varioui ohurchea, BWmbera
iWaJUT .t^:.!?", *he>-he. lie was had come when something <>t Synod, prominent men'
"" ''' '' "* ind aaould bo dona to adw ite the tin eottununna and Bterahere of
i 7 "'"with wounding. people s to the nevessitv of 'he teaching hatcnnlv were en-
gi. King proScuied f,ir the famii> plaiinln| according t.i tertalnedtoleaontheeesu a perl
.Add Stomach-
Qi*k relief
De Witt Anucul rablets l|
tttj wat to deal with di- U
g< MTa pain and diwoinfort Ij
lni. iiy liom hoiliF. NO H
WATER Nt.KUru-,uit U
dinolve a tablet or two on I
the tongue for prompt relief I
from indigestion, heartburn. I
flatulence aad other lynip-
loms of hrperaridtt*. De
Witt's Anurid t*blets
irjve a pleasant, fresh
taste in the mouth. Easdy
ned in ce/Z-jsw/ed stnps
handy for pocket c
tog
hand
Polle.
STSSSSUI" fr" r" co,,RT
Hon. F. C, Hutsni pre
picture of the |gland*i Imnten
-- in population over the last Hv-'
t .i""n u'nount of W-W ' -vars He said that when th
iighlmg platoon. Bv Uh time J'li e, miMI u,h'^ '" "* UM
rmmstratton wag luilabed ' ^,t- M'ciaei. In the population wni eaUmated
' tm*J en- V'"' 'iuV \'il'\, t'l;,lm''* *' -i-eakma In round numbersa-.
-ith ihu fJ,n,asL 'S llMl"- ' t:i,K,,, Hjl1- ld2R"" '" ""'
"ichael who she said bed tlM0, makJ
to make a proper pair of InCreOM of 11,000 dui
ftei receiving J.0O period.
lightened, but tofected
light,i.g ^pillt. Tbey'wW'bta> ?'', Michael.^ who she said h
1
gingthesectionN.COvf.il mind s'h,Ki;'-
of ammunition to flrc into the sea. !* E
The RrK,ment. which has | V- .w
h. camp at St. Anns Port since -
June li. leu th, Fort ;,t 9 o'clock
yesterday morning. They march-
ed t<> Top Rock in their usually
jolly mood, singing 'We're In the
Army Now" and other songs. Thi:
march took just over half ai.
hour. From Top Hock they board-
ol the B.P.G i" tins
pail i (the world and Im . thee
Dreeeni t.i have ;i kwh ,ii It artet
Miiny.
loned i>n>ini.it*
it .ts lt>;il ruch
be held in surroundings that were
full of memories nnd Iradltloni aa-
todated with the Society
The lecond part of his address
of the College aseundt Jeall with lha latin racUon
The evening ser\i.e started at hUl tOKt! 'l-o that I ;.m with ;
4.M with a prooeeelon of tfudenl even unto the end of
arn mm the CoUaaa Id Thai perl thi
the grounds. The procusslon was Blah
led hv the it.pit talned thi church In carrylnj
followed by the Student body With OUt thr challenfe i" which tl hat
the Hishop di omul In hit cope nnd een committed | the rounder of
mitre bunging up the rear. Hi ChrleUanlr^r,
waa preceded oy the Blahop-Blect, I i ad thai th.
the Kev fj I. .: M indevllle *' The llrst lesson w,.s read i>s Mr) to-dl MO rean
Rev i- C. afallallau and the aac- ago. Ha aid that In certain pan;
oiul hv the Rev S. A E Coleni.m. >( Africa Which i
applied against the 4.111HI Per \ear During the atrvke, repraaenu- u HO'i of tin- population wen
i 1 her evidence Gitlens It b) Develop- lives from the various churcbe-c he.itheii and thai waa the Phal-
li tnai "ii May ]5. 1950. she ment and Welfare, lie thrught. ,f tin, Rural Deanen Of St J..lin. Unuag thai facel the So,-iet| |
defendant's place and that in 10 yeai..' time, the popu- proceeded in tile before thr Hi shop la] !! MppoBtd that aven it
island would lie and presented ;i Imthday gift to this part of the world, *tl
bareu it cot ratted of one Offlcei
and 36 other ranks, giving thrt.
full eectloni plug .1 Platoon Head-
rnnulerf.
In this demonstration each man
was dealt with individually,
starting from the Platoon Com-
mai'dcr who carried b
compass, whistle, grenades, pistol
v.ith ammunition and binoculars.
Mortar Section
There was the mortar section for him to make "for her.
which carried mortars, mortar wearing th.
of
isked him to make a pair of shoes latlon of the
for her. He charged her s.9.00 tot ovei -'Mi..000, a further Lncreata
the job and she paid him *5.00 in of 43.000 of wh.it 11 was .it prc*-
_ advance. The shoes were to be'enl This would be an annual
ed five buses which took them to Jji^S hLM"y*,2,4' S! E?*^?'1 KS2*** '" n.Uwr more than
Paragon Range, *ut to him * pattern she 4.000 per yiar. These people
A pre-arranged platoon was , ^ and 5m<,'in'e later he would have to be fed and ti be
already at Paragon. This was the fX h" a Vi"r oi *hoC6- Sno "1l" hou^'1 Th'-> """ll1 '"'* "' '"'
demonstratiun platoon and thev ,,,m U'c.1. ^nwhider. but after educated, and In due time they
wore Itee) helmets instead 0f ^^'"8 'he shoes she found truit would have to U- found employ -
.-.-j-# - 'hey wire not BrUnhj proparly, mant, winch was one
thus forcing her to carrv them Ugeaat headaches today.
back to him.
Doreen Scantleburysaid that she these people with BM
was wttfa Gittens when she mad" industry.
the arrangement with Phillips "I sometimes wonder" aid
She paid him $5.00 in advance Mr. Hutson, "if we may flno
.ft^i he said the Job would cost OUreehnM m the same position a^
$9.00. India when- the fertility of the
Phillips said that Gittens nevei Peonle hits fur OUlatrippOd thi
picked a special pattern of shoe fertility of the land and mllUon..
Aftet are in ,i slat* of starvation or
weeks, semi-starvation, dependent
spoke

p.nt
all 1
:h<- did HOI
pi din
nigh nrntoaivea, mv ;,:,iy Sllll, ,,u. rtid"noi"hke the chanty of other coo:
bombs and grenades. This section them. And food to give th. in I d
M.ehci to the Platoon 'TMlJK LEFT FRONT FORK of not think any of us would like U
Meadquartcrs with two me... ana 1 lht, blcV(.k, T_5riri ,,,.,, sea anythlna like t.his happen u
being the platoon runner and the bv Earl Morris of Spring Farm Barbados.
Platoon Commanders 6t Thomas and ndden by Do.h.11 ....
vho usually carries a Frere of Jackson, 3L Michael, wai ,''" "'" u*l',vc ,n "eaUng 1
his back for imaged when u was mvolve.l in ,rob't'"! ,md Xhcn endoavounn
Company an accloeilt wh lht. Illotor lorT t-> "nd ml
other, the
batsman
walkie talkie 1
communication
Headquarters.
M1341. owned by Gerald Sobers
The sections were also dealt 8nr| driven
with Individually. They carried bcth of Ji
rift and 100 rounds of ammum- ;,bnut 2 p...
linn in bandoliers per man. Filled Roil()i Sl| Thomas,
Bren gun naaasmea were carried Tho ,cfl fronI fendcr of lh(,
1 '^ry member of the platoon nioll)r iorTV wai damagad
except the Commander. They also ^loTHING valued at $230.50.
Vj which was stolen from Har-
ft Is better 10 preven
by warred -Kun" ">e Problem from jrUtaj."
knon, St. Michael. lle -"kM ""' "......." !l
ln-
Ihe SPG.
The Btshep
GASCOGNE NAVIGATED
BY RADAR TO ANTIGUA
FRENCH PASSENGER SHIP <;*coirnr spent only
three hours at Barbados yesterday. She came 111 from Le
Havre via Southampton. Antip.ua. Guadeloupe, tominica
and Martinique. At 9.:<0 a.m. she was wei^hint; anchor
for Grenada.
Her new skipper, Captain Roveau, wanted in in,ike
land faH" at Grenada before dark. He feared that Grenada
would also be covered with haze anti so make il difficult
for navigation.
( Iptaln R.ive;m ili.l not :-i. i -,, it r|T| ._L
Verde 11 aoV M\ PuStt'd I IlI'oU^ll
Instead of hugging the coasl on _. .. .-, ...
iwn to England. In wlmh "KcullllS Of Gold
case he would have passed by
Cape Verde Islands, he made his An hours tr-vel through "the
mi < from the Azores right realms of gold' cost hlty imo,mi
the Atlantic to Anliawa. ' the tiarbados Literary *. iet>
...... anil their iriends nothing. TOM
guided his ship through mot gphmdld journey wan made possi-
"."P* We because they met at wnke-
neld' yesterday aftemOOD lo h
V
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ANTACID
TABLETS
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Fji(I ('fied anvshers
0 'o' rtome u
I family tf
Os(ti,.MiKt. DeWITT'S
wSkwedi ANTACID
lilt.., ,n.u. POW D EI
NI.W ARRIVALS AT
HI Mill Hill \H\
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SUUmai
Barbasol-Drushl.
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WOMMS
with
PHENOVIS
1 MM fulilols lire ohlainiililc (ruin nil llrumcisis
.r. per ."> Grum Tablet
r.\KT toiiai ihisinc. Yoni sum
as roi.rows 1
TABLETS
fur ,
pt-r week fin
he.|. IIVKII 1
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per ueek lur
heep UNDEB 1
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|hn I TABLETS oaca per month
A.& mm & sons AGENTS
111).
5 HARRISON'S
Broad Si
,\. All
iv ha*.
tarried gun barrels, spare parts.
I
Wallet and peeks and shovels for
entrenching.
One member of the platoon gave 2u
demonstration of firing the
shot waa
v.ell aimea and accounted for.
He then gave a demonstration of
touch firing. The Bren gunner
pave 1 demonstration of firing
single rounds m slow bursts of
two to three rounds a burst and
afterwards rapid at about four or
five roun'is n burst. One rifle sec-
tion gave a demonstration or firing
at slow and rapid rates. C.M S.
Quintyne demonstrated the cor-
rect method of holding and lha
quick firing of the rifle from tho
hip.
All <.f these orders were given
by the Platoon Commander. The
whole platoon, including mortars
and Bren gunnersthe mortars
Appcwh e " "" "" to
itellni
PlnaU) Ihe meeting passi>d .1
D stating that In view
of the alarming rate of the
Increase in the island's popula-
Uon. the Government should
the propert% of make VVQty ^^ ^ ,nsl|mle ;|
positive population pol-i .
should make available lo al\
I Of .Mil advice on
planning technique.
Plantation, St. Philip.
IB, was recovered on June
the efforts of C.I.D.
This clothing
Cyril Payne.
Joseph Whitright. ft labourer of
Congo Road. Si. Philip, has bceri
arrested In connection with th j
matter. [
A FINE OF S14.4e was yester-l
day imposed nn Julian Bur-',
r.ett, a labourer of Pickwick Gap f provide
Weetbun Road, by a District "A" clinic so that the parlahl
Pollea Magistrate who foqnd him may be instructed in self-tout
guilty of wounding Hartley War- A copy of Ihe resolution li
Also that the Vestries of ihe
irious parishes be ask.d It.
. birth 1 ontrol
Hi
thrt.ugliout the VoySB)
proariung Antigua, the atmosphe'
reminded him of the Fngh-.; 1
t0 S^t nel. He navigated Si. John's Har
hour by the guidance of radar
He only caught .1
pie of Band 1 iland iighthoust
when he wat< less than four mile>
from the Antigua COBSt Diirlm:
good weather, Sand [gland light
house throw-, her light H mJlW .
att*wawTa^5SSvf
In spite ol the powerful flash celebrated John QlelgUd 1 '
of Harrison Point Lighthouse Bar- smoothly tluough Wallai
bados, the skipper of the Koike lively Rose", Bhaheapeare'i near-
rernadarie only saw lht light on b IdOlaUwU "Shall I cOmpan
Tuesday morning when he was Ihee I" B Sninm. r da]
ihree miles off the coast, lie saw sneiie,\ deeply temperamental
in Hash througl I h- '! ' Mi. W. I Wind".
The Acting Harbour and Ship- _Tne piece tie rcislnnce" was
poetry Recital on gren
nted bj Dick Le
ranu, oMici.iiinn representative ol
the bntish CouncO.
The recording! were eleai and
combina-
tion which provided rruudmuni
enjoymenl foi poetry loveri
ront Of m
auditorium
den on his head with
pipe on May 23.
This line is to he paid in 21 days
or in default one month's impris-
onment with hard labour.
Ft RTIIER HEARING in the in-
quiry Into the death
- ping Master told the ArlvneiU- that Wordsworth' famous Tinlci
I .11 the masters of ships iirrivhu Abbey", read " Mu
here during the week complained By far the longest work-
on iron be sent to Government, the of the abnormal weather! Thi
Veetrlee and all medical practl- are finding navigation difficult
lioners in the island. They are not sighting land until
^_________________ .hey are close to It.
own boom who were makmj >n adjourned unhl lodny Th,<
tUcknnd .11 stow nnd rapid moulry will..opin
rote.
Inquiry
DMIZXLBS l\ CtT\
Occasion;.I dri//lcs of rain hav<
Been faUlni ovei '..me parts of
lha island since Ihe mist has be^n
There will al
nto the death nf Lawson Thornp- hanging about the sky. Th.
who was a school-bov of was seldom heavy, but il still
ObilHMi-v:
Jumts N, Beeklea
The
Nath
death
I Beckli
of
Mr. James
Build.-,
Th*v'fhfi!" nrarlWri action to hO 6 taken .nexlr?^ emergent Mount Tabor Boys' School. He;,, ceuead^people lo take ahoMer Yes- station HU1. occurred at his r
every weapon of the platoon
llred
srith Ihe motor lorry O -1U aboul continually falling about the
1 *m p.m. on June It -in B
vii !.' St Oeoree. The rJrlv
.., this will start at 2 p.m. terday live parts fell at Boarded
Thompson met his death when Hall and five parts In St. Itiilip.
Thr.ughout the demonslratinn h*,.*
iho*.> <(iI.ii.-in who wen not lak-
1'. s,il mi the lie-lit near
raragfn The SlalT Oftli-or. by Ihe
,e of toud speaker*, explimrd In "' "" Wl"'c"
.hen, what was (olnit on. "' W 0n
interval
The luncl
Everyone took up seats under the
.:,: to pet their fill. The
members of the demonstration
platoon particularly drank mnnv
nints of lemonade. The
though mhty, was hot and the
|< monade was welcome.
\fter lunch everv soldier waf
gfejHM "i opportunilv to lire th'-
emrtOUli weapons. The Drum* and
Fjfe of the Regiment, which nil
-he while were watching the de-
monstration, took up pnsilinn on
Ihe southrrn side of the field and
niaved marches. "Sporting Bam '
the bugler, stole the show.
The Regimen left Paragon
hortlv after S.S0 pm and re-
erncd to St, Anns Foi \.
rNBeer isldi -The rial wai well
-nent. A lot of act.vity and no ,, ^e Conference of Senior Medi-
injunes.________________^ cal Ofncers of the Caribbean area
md discussed problems of tuber-
ulosls control.
He said that in Trinidad, tbtf
Cable rtup All America was had 240 beds at the Masson Tu-
1 fleeting repairs to cables about berculosis Hospital in addition to
10 miles out to sea off South 160 at the Caura Sanltorium.
Point Lighthouse yesterday. She while at the Caribbean Medical
wos last operating In Jamaican Centrea combined diagnostic and
waters. She was chartered by treatment clinic for both tuberen-
Mrdic-o Tills Of
T.B. TreatiiK'nl
In Trinidad
Dr. W. J. Branday. Chief Tubei -
culosis Officer of Trinidad, re-
turned home on Wednesday eve-
ning by B.W.l.A, after spending
the day in Barbados.
He had arrived earlier in nho
morning by the Lady Kdne> from
Pom mien where he had bee 1
[sis prob-
lems and advising them how ,l(i
develop their tuberculosis ser-
vices.
Two week-* ago. Dr. Branday
Has here for a day when he attend-
Hurricane Precautions
New ring bolts for making
dence on Monday after a long
illness. Mr. Beckle-, who was
81 years of age was twice mar-
ried, and li Burvlvad by two
children, a mm, Mr. Samuel
Heckle-, contractor of Passage
rloed, end Nurse Miriam Beckles
Of the staff of th,. (.tntrnl 11 .--
piUil. and nix grand-children.
Mr. Becklei was a member of
v ring
iaat vessels U, the wharf are the Brethren, and though Ubaeaa
wkbur. the place of those whicn had limited his activities
Cables Repaired
Coble & Wirelei
"GOLFITO" CALLS
ON SATURDAY
l*is and venereal diseaseth-
is an X-Ray unit which takes
-.bout 25.0OO films a year
One hundred people attended
the clinic daily for examination
of the chest and besides ''
about 100 constantly under
at their
Messrs F.ldets A Fyffe* pas-
renger Uner Golflto is expecte 1 ;reatment and supcrvisi.
to arrive here from Southampton hemes.
on Salurdav at 7.30 a.m. Dr Branday laid that there I
The G4AU will be sailing tne Mso a mobile X-Ray unit foi
lay for Trinidad She is r'.agnoallc purpo--
consigned" to Messrs. Wilkinson fc Bat which will be brought Into use
Hayne* Co.. Ltd. in the near future.
have been considerably worn by
lha weetfaar. These steps are
neing taken as hurricane pre-
cautions.
Two drillers were on the Job
yesterday. They were removing
one OPpi ite the Customs.
Jisi 18KIVSD
programme, it broughl to Um
;Vor.tswi rth ai i '
leahstic. honest. unUiflatod de
void of ambiguities and pruruuilj
;. writer f pgOSO II i'
'
A random quotation will wl
lice
She enn so Inform
The mind the! k adthba us,
.- peesa
With quietness and beauty, ind
i food
With lofty thoughts, tl
neither evil tongues
'Rash Judgment*, nor the sneers
Il men.
i eilnga where no kind
nesses, noi ..II
life,
Sliall n'er prevail against us,
: .i .
Our cheerful faith. I
which we behold
U full of blessings."
Kingaley's Young and OM"
"ryday philosophv, Jol
^Id's "Truth". T. B FJtW*
lourney of the Magi" and "Pi -
recent years. h still maintained
wide interest In everything
..nund him. His funeral on
Tuesday evening was a tribute lo
a useful life well lived.
He was buried at the West bury ludes" joined in a pron
Cemetery'- Bid liters! P| across I
__ .' three centuries
if Wheat
i tP.D. a Co <
i ting | BulphUI Bitters
Paunera Omunenl
nn m Soap
, .a igetype Torch Bulbs
J A J Piaster
> lbs.
UVSI Sails
i raamalln
Bronchial Cough S> mo
Nulol
parllla
Kvmilo Feeders and Teats
Cream
Cutnte Was Papai
Ponds Tl
Moire Chocolalea
Nellaons Choolates
Dr. Chase's Kidney A Liver
Fills
Mi riia-.. Nil -.. I
Dr. Chase's Paradol
Codol
Camay Toilet Soap
Esicrbrook Pens
From ENGLAND -
Yardlay-a Bbavlng Bowls
Lanalo) (Solid ft I
pull Bharnpoa
J | i r.inv Lotion & Cream
skui sun Tan Uetton
I'hoto Frames
llt/la Cigarette 1-cnves
Iradol A '
II i.i. Oil
Cakn Tooth Powder
Malt & Cod L'vei Oil
Brewers 1
I .. ...-- W.d< i
-. in liar
i (or Rheumatism)
Hum
Inane Tooth Paste
I Tooth Paste
Mufterole
Palatol Co.
Photo Albums
Sugared All
Bern:.*
Town Talk Polish
Morgans POmadi
MUCC
WCATHERHEAD
LTD
HEAD Of BROAD ST
Aluminum Alloy Sinks
Solid t asl Mrlnl Si.iik.iI. I'.ilMve.l lini-h
; Mill. Single llreimer12" nvernll
--.:, 1,1,
COMPLETE WITH KITTINliS
Galvanised Garbage Bins 4 Prong Garden Forks
will, (over 11" Hi" IX" Dili. *7.% S9.18 "110.119 ovwiD tangtb > ONLY J3.65 BMk
Wood Handled "Heron
Cutlasses All Steel Hoes
The popular "Crocodita" llraiul w.lli II Mad! !ir. CENTS EACH 4 sires in flock Proan m t.. m Cenis Knell
Butter
"DOMO"
Churns
Cream Separators
(eupueit> 111 |>UaM |>er hour)
$10"
S5827
$ HARRISON'S
Hardware Store
Tel. 2364
,'.','- ',,;*.'.'.:*.'.'
Tick and
DAMASK riCK 6t Blu.
56" *ld I'er ^.inl
.rtiii and Rom
11 J"
i \si , i li K 'i id Pel VaiJ
III \l K V WHIM I
$6" wide, Pel VTard
10" fid*, Per Yard
HI CKABACK IOWI I si.
i.i nine. Gren, Rot<. OoU
IS" Id Per Yard
In It hih Pel Yard
I 03
.'i I
CAVE
SHEPHERD
& Co., Ltd.
10-13 Broad St.
IM lll.\A 41111'K
STABTE.\A A i.itow i;\ \
Obtainable (rom
H. JASON JONES & Co.. Ltd.
J
YRS. YOU CAN BUY IT AGAIN
LUXOR CLEAR GLOSS VARNISH
r;\LV oil
IN QUALITY
Alto
CAN'S -I, I
AND FINISH
A- S Gin Slit*
I. t.iIllicitd
18S0
T. nFRBERT Ltd.
Mai' ROFBUCK SIKIKI
I in i.r|i'r.'.'
1926
TO-DAY
AND ENJOY
OUR SPECIAL
STRAWBERRY
CREAMS
i orvi viy
DANISH SALAMI SAUSAOI i*r lb
. I >tn;h n r -, -.1. no
(ITE a BLUE COFFEE
ESI OFFIER CHUTNEY ix-r bottle
SWEET PICKLE per bottle
WALLS I'oifK RAI SAGES per tin
WALLS OXFORD SAUSAOES
AUSTRALIAN ORANGE JUICI
PLANTERS PEANUTS per Un
DI Tt n CAULIFLOWER n Un ,
ENJOY THIS FINE BEER
PERLSTEIN BEER
c a bot $4.00 per Cnrton
.%# i vsf#;#. starr a - i.rn.


PACE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. Jl N'F. 22 l:.l
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
THE GAMBOLS
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BY^BARRY^APPLEBY
S'lil to P>A-.j
1 ONDIE
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BY CHIC YOUNG
$?-;:":.
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THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
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BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
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CX>*T TALK-JU6T EAT-I
want >ou to cer to
WOHK BABLV SO T*C
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triATlNS \ I CX>T ajSIt JfPf I SOW:^INo ABOl/T *LW*>5
*iat roes x wmjnino if yo^ beueve in
IT W /V /CVOjStLS.
BY ALEX RAYMOND
A : fir CA ]
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WE CAN SUPPLY
riTHITE
PVi CORNFLAKES
I -- ( lit_\M-ur-WI(tAT
pvttto wnr at
AI,I<-IU*A'.
UJTtNC
TOWO-_
CUfffBE
COW A GATE
rOTOA MAl.T
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.AUOtKO MILK
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HOIXXD OAT*
"M. MACARONI
Tin. LIU
.. TABIJB lTPn3l
STUART 4 SAMPSON
(1938) LTD.
liradquarlrra for Bnl Rum.
5'. o->o->*-v>v,-,*,
FERGUSON FABRICS
rMttffl : colours

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FOODS
: For Your
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only
Usually Now
) Bourbon 55 'IT
Pkgs Sweet Biscuits (41J playbox 64 M
Pkgs Quaker Corn Flakes 30 M
Pkgs Turban Dates 35 M
linilly Now
Tins
Chum Salmon (Tell.) 66
Pkgs Macaroni 35 3
Bots Frontenac Beer 26 20
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
Order
Your
BARBADOS 1
YEAR BOOK 1
NOW I
Al there will only be n limited number 01 these books on sole you ore s*
advised to make sure that you will not be disappointed when the issue <
romes out by booking your ropy now. >
The F.dilor Barbados Year Dook X
Advocate editorial Department X
34 Broad Street. Bridgetown. X


'HE PHANTOM
*l\
BY
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
IH0SE4AMG ' B V. '.'.: HI Ml
WOK HIM AWAY-/ MM WERE'10
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No Meat Shortage with
Aileyne Arthur's.....
be," 3pHgs*? ~.mam
DEMERARA
^ti*y > .**.'^*;
CASSAREEPE
84c. per bot.
SLICED
HAM
$1.74 per lb.
also in Tins.
BACON
$1.20 per lb. (Sliced)
97c. per lb. (Slab)
also
PER CASE
ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO., LTD.
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CLASSIFIED ADSJ-5^"^ ",,HHXO",S GOVERNMENT NOTICES
TIL-** Cm! 2S08
For -i im ami char* lot KVTMM U. and In Del I BM ,.. on AUT01 SALE
btlwre ft i -...... HM i
The IOTIV.
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IHlf III.. < 'i -
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th peitl.i
1 T. Gcdd.-. Qr.i.1
aone Mil 0, Horn* MM.
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Al imo DMtoto Diplomat lUioen, Mil Hand dl MM ,mu 1
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at II- OAVr ol .hi


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1
1
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at Bran,
r. th.htu. sjini jopn
.-n-hee at lend
HUM too. J b-ihioor-.
the tnrr-
1
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ch ma* be ,id w,^,,,,!,,
p IDT ulr by |.
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YEARWOUD A
Solicitors.
NOTICE
. .. i-r. o| -, PBfBB
oWW -111 NO)I
open** on Seturd*). I?rd
vi .v ith. Wntnaa.
14" 3ti,a
Sitnedi G s COKBIN
Parochial rnimn
ATTENTION Is drawn lo the Control of Price* (Defenc. )
(Amendment) Order. 104,1. No. 18 which will be published in the
Official Qmm of Thursday 21st June. 18M_/
2. Under thi* Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of "Milk-l'oiKtenaed are as follows:
NOTICE
IS INI *>-!-.! \SI
i mi mi oi u-rr.M
">!<'< I n.a,.ull.u %.l.
i the larrp
hh he we. kvdinc i,r* end **..,!
Hi aw < inn
** l*t June. I9SI.
iu pi thr nbovc
wrrbv irquitmJ |e
llio Auut.n i Comt ol A|H|ti
hair, as
Dated Ihla Sth dey
t; TA1MA.
i"B I'lrra. AC A
II SM in

FOR HIM
i .sni.Ji. < ;
rOtLTRY

K J ttrb.I.
LIVESTOCK
v;i VM' SAM', pi. 1( .1 I..,' -I
Apply
I
21*H-on
ELECTRK Al.
inon HETHIGEH.
I A Manufacture. 3rd
..tXA,*IDK HO"" l *>l >! Cifi
Hill. B>1h>hia. &| Jnwpi,. over-lookm,
I lai.
.....
i
I IOIOK I.ICENSF NOTICE
Thr *i>| H
u* tj,^* 1... .hi. .No iej | ihi ranird
i" him In r-i-i ..( botUM Ifctor of
all butkUnj >i i.i,..
MkBtaMl, (or pitmiMton to
l.icvnw >i m Doatd HMl ih,,,".
s.r hop *llh "hrd niirt auachrd al t'ppvr

n.id th,. Iih day of Junr 1MI
To: B A afrlJDOD. Iran
A '
II AH.-:
TM
lltmc rooi
vtnlrncra
Watrr Inauilrd S-rv,
1
i with dtr-i
num ii|pr.
Fiida) ih*
Ow
I %i
*ard
wA.vrtm
il wi
One <
rood wotkinf ot
It Trinpro. Phone MM.
i ma aiiowi
Boy.
Illll- IIIIMltllON -( lliiill
VAl \S I .Ml l | KIIHIIS
-i inn uanin
ICWlon Schnl-
i ' Churrh
i MHM .,.. Lmm-
rj iMMMl M DM
lurch and whon- pirrnla air i'v
-lU-oed cirronutancr. Thr appll-
v bftwi

fay ol Id uhich mil
br hrld at Ihr Pn,. roundaUon Bchoot
on Friday 6Ui Jul> al B.SD j m. bj
PM llta^i
Forma o( Application hk-h ran br
obtained Innn ihe |hM |
Anlrobu*. HiIKii. H.t I Ihr Srvir
than p.m. on Friday.

ta.
W ll ANTKOBUS.
Sorrrtary Gov
Chriat Church Boya*
Foundallon School.
CH* MllMltlHIN SI IIOOI.
\ \< is i FOl'NDATION
i lloi \H-IIII'-.
np> trnaltl< .ivh B"

r
i.h i.r Chi i
train ihi eireuMMi > I ir ppi c ml
tM .ui.. ol I .
1 day of Ihi
uul bo held a(

July al am bv ihr Hc.di
I'ormn nl applK-ntlon whuh
H
Ailtobua, Hilton Houw. B-
Micharl, mint br irlurnrd lo Ihr Srcrr-
t.irv not Utrr lh.-.n 4 p m on Friday.
RNh June IMI, I..-

H ANTK.H1LS
I
lallon School.

HIM I tM SIH. I,IS M lllllll
I sik i.i i i i;is \ M.- -
Thru- will Ik- .hi l-.-i '. I I
Una (in Friday Bth July al W am.
IMpH*
yrar* and II >ran on Ihr d. ol i
* ami nation.
Applicalmna HIUM l>r madr on a Foi
-I Ihr School "i i
I
rrrttne. i Tr.lli tOhlal nl Go-xl
I ..u...
round with
Ii,'. M BM
tinf room.
dni.irn- rooi
nr.O uiual ci
Onvani
ol mo .id part n(
M .
ii .
i nem vrrand.li. >n
* to^rooina ion- iih,<. *4
i panlT) busl.rv. kit.hr,.1---------,
i '.ItlCll,
Irr lnild||i,|

'Ot M-rrii 71 Mil
J. or.
I *>ntd i.r.' err
HEM'
. ICANI V ncrui. thr SUIT (
H'.lcl lor a rr.poii.lblr and
tlli km.wlracr and r.prr
Ol Hulcl Wort Apply by kttti
aMnk Hot.
.SM I
ART1C1.K
MILK-Condrn-ed
WHOLCSALJX PRICK
(not more than)
RETAIL. PRICE
(not more than)
$13.12 per case of
48 x 14 oz. tins .. Sir. per 14 oz. tin
33.6 51 In
ATTENTION i< drawn to the Control of Price* (Defence)
(Amendment) Order. 151. No. 17 which will Ih ptihl.shed m the
Official Gazette of Thursday 21st June. IMI.
2. L'ihUt this Order the maximum retail selling price of Gaso-
lene1* U aB follows.
.utTtcLi
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
.. 60c. per Ballon
tM Ji-.....
22 6 M Ir
'-'5^^5K.Ci^rK^'55wsit^tsii5i;^^ n
TO-OAV'S ELASII NEWS
GALVANISED RAIN WATER FITTINGS
Can be Ohiuinrd From :
"'Bis: (IMKll EMPOHII >l
Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets
IOR SALE
Buildings and Land now occupied by
The West India Biscuit Co., Ltd., in Spry
Street.
SHIPPING NOTICES
Canadian National Steamships
-U IHI-.ol Ml
Neaar
iBIlf.l
M
svtiukH'ob is Jum
11 son J-i .; *'"-
AN CnUWUtH l July U July
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IS JuV
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II Sept.
II CVI
II Jill.
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Srpt
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Id July
Afc.
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IS Oct
19 Julv
ll AW
II ftopi
) Oct
1 No\r
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.AgenU.
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
dm Attotianw
s BtKitl l\ JMh July IMl
-Ml IS..- TO rlfdlHTH ANII
AMMtaaiiAM
8 MiiiJosttrAUtoth j..i. issi
IMIVI.N TO TRINIDAD. PARAM.
ARIBO AND lltOROITOWN
: 1 CUTTM AStth J.uir IMl
I Htl I BA 9lh July IMl.
I' MI'sniS. is .1 IH | Tit
Arm".
FRENCH LINE
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I'M.I FIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY JIM H, IT.I
England Hit 311 In Second Test
Comploii Scores 79;
Chubb Bags Five
o\i l.\l I
LONDON. June 21.
) tt'KKK ALL OUT for 311 runs in their flrt
fiUiJtlgi In the Secnn Lord' to tht cloav of play the \ isitors had
reply. Tor South Africa, the
ra of the First Test, this was a satisfactory Itnta of
tally u they lost the toss.
Their specdmfn C'uan McCarthy
i laotf Chubb won- however In
fine fenn ami had England strUtT-
I lor the runs. Chubb
took five wicket* for 77 imd Mc-
Carthy four for 78. t
Kngland's top scorer* trCff DaBJl
Compton of Middlesex and WiMr-
roritJRlra Irft-h.i'
Aitli 7 iod Jack Ikm. the
Lancashire opening bat *lth jjl-
n made his runs in two
;un .i ii.df hour* and hit seven
| uis while Watson batted jnsl
and hit on* five
did nine hun
Barracudas
Deal Flying
Fish 5-0
EVERTON WEEKES. left,
on their tour In India Now i
In recent ft sine*
nd Clyde enjoy
finglaiid they cad
eacaamit aaeh
cored a eentnrr
Flying Fish rr. I
I bv Barracuda* In their
, match yesterd
.ooii at 'he Aquatic Club. Barra-

F'i Barrsendas Bruri Arm-
strong on (he left wfclf
i K
Weekes, Walcott
Score Cen tu ries
Heater Babies Can't
Sh.iiI Channel
LONDON. J
fbe British Government u
:>4nif 10 pU by the
Bflkr waUr babiesBubba and
Xathy Tongayto awlm the
*>y)y^ Channel this summer.
J.->mes Chuter Edc. Home Sec-
retary hinted at this today In the
Commons wh"n :i Conservative
member asked him to keep par-
tots of the children out of Bri-
The member. Brigadier Frank
Mcdllcott declared that n would
ba iruelly according to British
standards to allow the children
pged four and five years to n
the attempt. Parents should
tarred from exploiting and com-
rnerelal.sing their youngsters.
The Home Secretary said
v.a unlikely that the family
would be refused permission
land in Britain. But immigrate
officers would probe their inten-
tions and "attach suitable condi-
their leave to stay here.
Renter
two batsmen hetpad !!
MMWhat an I
^ their fourth wicket stand at L2i
In the nan rent a long way in enabling then
side to paas the 3im

There wa* only ten minutes'
OM each. .' '
m them play oul
.,.-'< '! I

t I


an two down at
These ueie scored bv
Ijrure Armstrong and Kenneth

Th.u> aaconi
lorcing lorwar.i
:i line swim
I

i Hrooks. Aitai '

d iheir forward1
"

lb. b. M. ( ..tin
i i b w. b Mi- a I
. Wc Crlhy b C'bubb
km a. Mr Csetki

...
r.U of *fcfc*s l-e; 40; S-110:
->. s-ass. a-sat: 7-as*: s-aw
nnwi tN<; AHai vms
kb
'ler IHrew away several jtara
icuoai were i li**
nd D lb*
lie end of play Armstrong *.Blh urkM
I
n at** win by fl;. "' '
t.i*i iaa ,,
The P wa
P ilieg
were thoroughly dnibbfd
played DghUng
game, 1 aoali down
are scored
by M. Jordan, C. Fosti
SOWI.1S1. ANALYSIS
succession and
Nestb porULlo on* Just belmc ii-ii
time
After fh.' interval Swoi-jft-r
. to sti ick. Pol '
keeper Harris, howevei.
off some as
M-. raly fhnnigli hi* save.- that the
final score was not a gredt deal
' their two goal<

Ijii opanad the Kora and I., n-*-i
Bound. the BwordBab
.. meanwhile, with
uuelantlesi attack, brought their
score to II before the end of the
name.
TM reierea ami lit. P. Pattar-
aon. Ti.e Uaaanieii were Maaara.
its and A. Taylor.
ri;i toaan i
BarrarotUm: It. 1 .npes. B. Brooks
(Capt.) K. Taylor, ft. Lai
H I 11. Arm-
Ktyins FUh. I
U arhced, '
Hail, u. Mfllonc, |. I'
I. T.iylor.
SKerdflsh. H POMJUO, Q Pol -
.
K Weatherhead and M. Portlll i
Polke F. U.n.^. M
ards (Capt.), L Dodaon, M. Frank-
lin. L. Iic.t i.nd W. PI i
This
.
Traffic '.
No. 31
WHAT'SON TODAY
i m i oC Appeal. Court ni
Ordinary and 1. o w r r
("nr;. It a.m.
Sale a Plymouth Sedan
ear at Mew*. C. Me
1 iu-arney A Co.. Ltd..
pin.
Water Polo Aquatic Huh
5 p.m.
Table Teuain (lnti-r-1 lub
-niiir i iin.li. return
in ! h"- : B a r n a vs.
Kmind.illc.il. l.envlHr v.
lUinpliin <>30 p in
Mobile I'bnUtlon Yard, 81.
(ieorge 7.30 p.m.
Pulilleal Meettiis at Charles
Howe Bridie. St. fieeue.
(B'do* Electors' Asaoels-
llonl 8 P-i.
CINEMAS
l.,-"' -"'r*.**. st .-a
Ulil"*>r A ".I-I", t.r. ."4
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1 II
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H.i. ifllMIni *TS r.tl-rl
anS a . m
Mark the ICnri of a
riujeillilll I < "I at
Nit:hi with a
RKD LIGHT
Space mide avill.ihle lit
< \\ \IA DP.V
for Safer Motoring.
The Weather
TIHI AT
sun Uaaaj .i. a.m.
-Is: 6*3 p.m.
Mi in. d^ol Quarter) Ju.ie
N
l.iihtliiK: 7.00 p.m.
HUh Hater: 5.44 a.m., 7.01
p.m.
VISIIHOAV
Kjlnfall (('Hlrtiii:! mi .14 In.
Total for Month to yciler-
da>: 3.83 ins.
Trmperaturp iMax.) H4..1 F
Temperature illiiu Tti I
Hind Illreelion (9 i.m E.
(3 r mi 1^1
Wind Velocity: 7 miles per
hour
Barnmeter (* i ml IH.HtO.
13 p.m.) v*r.
LAN'CS, Juno 13.
CLYDE WAIX'OTT rpe#Ung in uftetuMrti League
games and the West Indies XI at Darwen, writes that
ad nf an almost certain victory, and Rish-
tctn gaJned thetr lir^t point of the .season when a ram H|uaD
M Saturday.
i built up their BMlMI .-trenKlhened Darwen
.i.. throucfa shear da- Jo a Sunday. Tba Harwen XI
i . i i .
......nlllant prrlcrmers l"rot. sional*, I'hadkar, Mank^.d
In th I'.: I.'iin batting and they and C. S. Nayudu. Sonny Ram:d-
i7H t. 7 wlckel ad the inmngt with
A i, h Worrell as Roy Marshall
fO 18 overs. SnAeM wer,. ghn PalnudaOU turned up
112 minutes to Mt the runs and lute. RamadhlTI bad beautiful
the o|>cning pair scored 4S In < m drive Oil Manlfd for 4 hut
22 fninub when Ualaland a axt hall. Tba Wasi
caught j.t mid wicket by Barm*. Indies declared at 224 for 8 WRtf.
Tlw-n camt Clyde Wafcolt who Clyde Walcott top scored wilh
ggri lively, and this pair llfi Not Out. The. Darwen XI
carried (he score to 127 in M were all nut for 147. Manknd
mbnitei when rain stopped plav. top -conx! with 78.
HswHffi was undefeutcd with ___ __
09 ehd Walcott 29. WjS^LS^KJt
fl rtOn Weeke^ fcCi'S BaSar*?* M
bat lor unothcr bnllhint cantun v Wihmi net IW
against Hamsbottom. Two quick B. Puir.udeiiu cl Booth b. ManHad "
wlekeb [ell when Bacup batted ^.,r,
i: iiottom. in canto v ne,tjaa ,
With a record Exin..
Of thne .-enturies this tcaaon. _......____
Bvarton did not appear comfor- TnU' ,,or "rh'u'
table in his first couple of oven
He WHg dropped ,1 Dnuj three "2" I '
then again at 19. It wa, not
' ,wh- Wei kea oJ reoant a/eeita, K
Ik gave aifcottier chanoa at oo. v.
After tin he could not ''
he kept quiet, pending the bat!
to the boundary no less thee
hn. times In every over. Bacup
declared at 211 fnr 3 wks.
mtrlbutloa waa 1S5 n.n
As soon to 'he Ramsbotton-
optnliil pair went u> the wicket
i pod play for tht any.
Nelwm went I1 rlhi i idle id in
i tahhno uengua '"b1.-
when 'bey defeated Lowerhou a
beion- the ram came. Lowe.-
house bntamen were at sou to the
bowling of Fhodkar and Shea.
II out fur 71. Roy Mar.
i.r-b"
OUt for a duck" l.b.w.
In S)u*.i Maloon i"nd no
difficultv in pns-iing the aeoro lov
the loss of 3 wkts. Marshall look
l wkt. for 34 runs in 9 overs.
Crompton looked like aftnnfng
their lli-t gaino of the seasmi
gaAnai Aahton on Saturday when
rOjn .'."iiped play. Crompton
scored 18(1 for 7 a/XtS. declared
and had Ashui in ehvaUa,
Victory- was within tht
with Ashtnn 132 runs behind
and nnlv :si\ wieki *
Ramadhln had taken 3 wkts.
20 runs.
l ii. wOT Uieky to laive
.1. jhal after < IMnani had J'' "'ll
178 in. B wkts. do Ian
were soon in troubje losing 1
wktl lor 82 runs including the
yvicket of Frank Worrell who
cored 32. Rain also stopped
play In Hug game.
Mckardg was i not out to
Donran Lq (Jatli match aRglni'-i
Chprley when ram -tupped ph*
The Watt [ndkH XI played
B.G. U laiit>
Ho'ki'\ KubbtT
l-OHT-Or'-SIA



< Teat and

. nnidad Had wuo the
fourth Teal
ended in telenatat,
virtue of '
at heme last year, the I
i the "rubber'
their flrst vietOfy Of the lour and
naej truly deserved to win for
never approached the
hey dls-
i Test.
\ tau l*ri Needfl
Further Hflp
COLONIALS WANT
WORK IN LONDON
alal Office spi
mmenting tn-lay on gUfBBaBOHg
regulating the flow of colour-
John Dugdale. Under Secretary ed people to L>nd r tne Colonies *aid in !' be made by the LambaM
U raateailaj lhal "nil don) Council said: 'The vast
ther measures are plainly needed'' majortt'. <,f Cotental coloured peo-
I a Fort. St. phs who come here are ;
in* dtisena who want work The.
1 had put are hard working. The.
question- about unemployment integrate thssnaelvea in U
abou'
.. .
iltapsc of the suga
t,.",
ItMt munity and Ihey are welcome.-
Xetiter
'aid they must await
i/f the team of experts
viaited the island
ins of expanding
al production.
.
he said, "to speed uueg
_____ Reulrr.
Arthur Winl
Wins Two Cups
LONDON. June 15.
Arthur Wint, Jamaica's Olympi
400 metres champion, at thf ton
elusion of the recent |ntcr-Ho
pital championships at Hotspur
Park Arthur was awarded both
the Princess Mane Ixmise Cup for
the best individual performance
and the Britlah Medical Associa-
tion Cup for the Ust all-round
perfurmance. He retained hi*
quarter-mile championship in 47 "i
seconds, lowering his own record.
set up two years ago. bj i I
ond*. and he also secured the half-
mile in I mln. 59.8 sees.
If Arthur can maintain tins
form for another twelve months.
and those other One ath
Donald Bailey. Herb McK>nle>
and George Rhoden rontinne then
reeord-breaking feati, the West
IndsOs will present a strong chal-
lenge to th< world at the next
Olympic* It would, indeed, he
harne If ihe plans for a combined
Wf Indies team were not .
through in time to permit these
stead of as representatives of dif-
ferent territories.
Louise Brouizh Fit
To Defend Title
LONDON, June 11.
Wimbledon champion M i
Ixiuise Brough, of the United
States, who has been suffering
from elbow trouble, will
defend hi .-eek.
Iftas Mrough has been out of
competitive lawn tennis for two
i rmaicla tibre. m
her right elbow came away from
Ihe bone.
. She has been receivn
ment Irom a London Spa
was to-day passed fit to plav at
Wimbledon, where sue has been
lip seeded for the glngUl
Reoter.
NO CCMMCNr ON
W.I. CRICKT BOARD
ifsara oei Osm oarsaasaaeaau
PORT OF SPAIN. June IC
celled al
1
Control by ihr !

men! from Mi Bdnr J


to comment then
o'.her report from Barbados, this
i '...'
the Oval for n Intancoloi
lament. Mr. Marsden atatl
rules of the Weal
Board full
an'a Park Cricket Club
.
It is nee
further abnut it
ItuMlfe.ii Wnrrrtl
b M..r(l>idalr 1
lirMMH. llir.T d Vimndiit 11
A M Pioui run out J
It h^ii. b ".mi...... 0
I- Rlbby b Ramadnin o
: wbihjii b MMptiill :
O Verilj not out 4
Two Eliminatetl
LONDON. June L!1
AririJiido Vieira, the Brazil-
ion lawn tennis champion
and his partner Leon Nor i,iri
of South Africa were elimin-
ated from the MeOi D
day in the London Grass Court'
Championships at the tjueen'-
Club
tear.
-*
HewpRy
Yeast
NEEDS NO REFHIGEBATIOM-AS EASY TO USI
AS OLO-EASHIOMIO PIRKHABLI TIAST
Cricket Coniniillets
Will Be Appouttad
-TODAY
Thli wonderful, new granule
yrast krepa frnh for werki on thr
pantry shelf. And it's so easy to
use. Just sprinkle into tukewnrm
water. Lrl stand 10 minutes. Then
stir. When dissolved, one package
equals one compressed yrast cake
In any recipe. If v >u balio at home
-try Fleisehmann's for delicious
results. Get Fleiarhmann'i Dry
^ east today.
or torn Heakh's S*o-try
F'uetainatin's Dry Yeast dissolved
ii frutt juke, milk or water. Like
'-d-tirnc foil yeastit helps tone
i: your system.
When ihe Board Of Manax>
mani of the Barbados Crlcke.
; meets t Ihe GOOrgi
Chadlenor Stand this afternoon
they will appoint a SalectJ
O rnmlttee and an Uaefatea'
i gjunlttgg
The Board will als..
. reporl from tha Urnpl
.itci lUi i eeard to UM
ttoti ni .in Umpires' AaeoctatlofL
/&pas(//?p/yM/ia/>d-6a/(Z3famomet>fs/iof/ce
They'll Do It Every Time
liv [immy Harlo
: LA-=

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P..r la KWll Mil hav* I
5 KILLED IN CRASH
' I.E. June 11.
Eton '.U
servistt were killed and live
injured today when a
aomber crashed on mud fiats an
mile* from here during a train*
ing flight. Jteuter.______________
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by "Moderns"
and other makers in
Trinidad and U. K.
Wide, Medium and
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prices from
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$4.14
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' A COR.!?'. *'^
POLITICAL
MEETING
All. HOADS k-ad to
GALL BILL, ST. JOHN
, M Ml W lUM 2llli.
1951. al 7 p.m.
whan mh OWBM T.
AI.I.DKK. H.CJ*- and
MR. TORRIK" I'll.-
(iKIM will be annnuiic-
i- thali 1 1 m as
Candldatai in ihr forth-
oomin| Qanara] Elec-
I .

Speakers will include :
Mr. Owea T. Ml.Ur
M.CP.
Mr. "Torrle" PUgrbn
Mr l.lmil llrnlli-
mita
Mr. ArnnUI l.i-i.
Mr. Lawrmea Small
ami others
All Are Inviled
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POLITICAL
MEETING
TO-NIGHT
JUNE
At 8
22nd,
o'clock
I ni'rr the Auspktt "' I"'
Am* I
MK. H
in Support of
A. IHIWUIM.
SPORT SHIRTS
BY
CONSULATE
(li.nli. fcawa Btliit.
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Speaker*:
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*ported tiesl up on thre.' aaaetl but t Korean war and Ailanlic deleatce 1 ir ) (i>p s .-ne inoviiiK -Reuler Voungi'sl Chairin.il LONDON. June 31. Il:e West India Coinndttce I %  uUve, today eiwud the 1 h.ui man ami l>eputy chairman it has known in lt rears The New Chairman J. If. C.unplH-ll. Deputy Chainn .1 BOOkai Itrothers, McC'oimell and t ".. is only 39 years nt presiml. The new Deputy Chalnnat, II. Alan Walker, the Managing MractOff ol the West Indies Sugar Company, ami of Caronis if, 42. Both in> almost annual visitor*, tu the West Indies. Hrutrr.

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PAGE FOUR BAKUAIM1S ADVOtATK FRIDAY II NE .'-' IKI BARBADOS! ADVOffiTE Prlatad bj UM ATM t... I.U.. kaM tU MdMNW Friday. Junp 22. 19.M KKEI* LIVE STfM K AS world i Ml 'Tally become more diflicult and dock strikes m particular : e frequent supplies of food in the .1 India will be delayed and in some instaiicrs reduced Barbados has already been saved from tmn shortages due to ihe co-operation between the Department of Agriculture, the merchants and the people. It would appear that such co-operation is again necessary and as this newspaper has drawn attention to Ihe waning interest in agriculture it is not out of place to suggest immediate remedial measures against the possible shortages of proteins. In the past it was possible to rear here any number of utility fowls and small animals such as goats, sheep and pigs. In recent years the importation of other breeds from Canada and the United States tended to improve the laying strain. But the shortages of poultry feed and the recent outbreak ot cholera caused severe losses and a consequent reduction in egg production. Barbados can again become self sufficient in these directions. It is still possible to import chicks and there is poultry feed in plenty so that the rearing of chicks and hens and the production of eggs will be dependent upon Ihe amount of care expended by poultry keepers. There are coses on record where poultry lovers have been able to add considerably to their incomes even while enjoying this interesting hobby. It is a far cry from the days when eggs were sold at 10 for a "bit" (ten cents) and the locally grown corn sold (fit pints for a "bit". Today locally produced eggs are sold at eight cents each and egg producing poultry feed is sold at II cents per pound. In the matter of the rearing of small animals, the Government has given an excellent lead. At every agricultural station throughout the island there are stud animals. This has been the practice for many years and so effective has been the practice that peasants now boast of as good a strain of goats, sheep and pigs as can be found at the Government stations. It is also possible for those who desire to begin rearing animals to apply to the stations in the country or to the Livestock Station at the Pine and purchase young stock. The reduction in the pig population in St. Michael was due in great measure to the system of licensing by the Sanitary Authority years ago but it is still possible lor people interested in pig rearing to apply for licenses as long as the premises on which they propose to rear pigs comply with the regulations of the Sanitary Commissioners. There can be little excuse then for not increasing the number of small animals and improving our egg production within a short time. It can be done at a rate and in lime to offset any rhortage in the imported supplies. But there must be public co-operation. S.P.G. THE visit to this island of the Rt. Rev. A. H. Howe-Browne, formerly Bishop of Bloemtontein and now Envoy of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, will serve as ;i lilting reminder to the people of Barbados of the contribution which the SPG has been able to make to the moral and spiritual health of Barbados. Missionary work in Mis diocese is needed even if only as a cordial to the drooping spirits of a people who although not actively anti-Christian have given signs of an alarming indifference to spiritual matters. But it is not merely as a missionary that Bishop Browne comes to Barbados. His mission unique in itself has many excellent opportunities. The work of the S.P.G. in this island has never been fully appreciated. The estate! which were bequeathed by General Christopher Codrington are tinmeans of support for Codrington College. And Codrington College has given not only lo Barbados but to the West Indies many priests, teachers and outstanding men in public affairs and commerce. This is the work which the Society has been able to do for West Indian peoples and we in this island should ever be grateful for the opportunity to contribute to that work. Two hundred and fifty years In the life ^ of any institution is a proud record; but in the case of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel that record is based not merely on the length of service but on the quality'of that service. The spiritual and moral uplift of any people based on education is a divine mission. It is because of this work that Barbados has been able to reach the Stage of participating* in missionary work and to hold out a hand to help the people of Africa by giving them the Rio Pongas Mission for which the Rev. Mr. Leacock set out years ago. As a spiritual leader and as a representative of a Society which has had such long connections with Barbados, Bishop Browne will be assun.-'i of a welcome whi goes and it is to be hoped that the fruits of his visit will I e seen In a much needed awakening it 1 i v Church in Barl The Nivlh Mail •'•Mlinulni ihr U'l-h* f*n analysis b> I II.I|IIII.I ii I'im IM i 'i illrun testimony which -rm-vh-.l the atom bomb BBV ria*. wived to mata ropeeta sort, Fuchs confessed. torrltyina "t staged primarily as Festival attractions. lee will fly back to the things that *re the Londoner's constant pleasure, and ire as much a part of this great city as the fhames. the Houses of Parliament, and its ther equally permanent features. The Royal Tournament, for instance. Of .he many Festival visitors among the housands of I.ondoners witnessing this /ear's Royal Tournament, I'm quite certain nost will retain its spectacular highlights as imong the most treasured souvenirs of Britun, 1951. This great annual event is not, in itself, a iart of the Festival of Britain, though it is lUnieneod undoubtedly by the knowledge hut this year, more than in any other it has mown, Britain is on show to the world. Here there is the same attraction that lraws crowds to Horse Guard's Parade and Juckingham Palace every da>v-the lrresistble year In, year la of military] iplendour. Not that there is any question of mjoying a show of military force in the sense if pre-war German mass parades, or the Red Square march-pasts of Moscow today. In set, anything less warlike or threatening han the troops who take part in the Royal Tournament would be difficult to imagine. \s one watches, these troopa however— nounted or dismounted, In gay scarlet intead of drab khaki-the feeling grows that it a moment's notice they could be transirtned Into a lirst-duss lighting force. Nor is there in all this merely a product of he merciless training of regular soldiers. tailors and airmen. One of the most "soldiery" performances of the Tournament is a drill Usplay by recruits of the King's Squad of the toyal Marines. Not seasoned soldiers and 'old sweats" but recruits. Their average i hteen. Despite their youthfulness and lack of "ex>erience". these men go through their drill novement with the precision of robots, actng as one man. Take the display of war dogs, n which the skilled handlers are mostly National Service men. Or the physical training display by men of the Royal Air Force, again mostly young recruits of 18 who ire doing their basic National Service training. All. whether time-serving, or conscripted, are exemplary. For splendour, there are few sights so aweinspiring as the Household Cavalry. These troops of the Life Guards and the Royal; Horse Guards in scarlet and black cloaks, j breastplates and helmets glistening, make a' truly magnificent cavalcade as they display' their unrivalled horsemanship in a musical! ride. The Royal Navy has only to make its apQraetujlaas, who in avwe*j (h s^p, consulate in New York pearance to capture immediately the hearts I.-. %  •!>* %  • limiKtu iluilll fill". ... .._._..... ru WORD IKOM DR. FUCHS ....ami another s/iy goes lo jail THROI %  twist ol ages. Examination* of hotel -Look a t tab." he *aid. sbowmlnd Dr. K! r egttbars showed he had sUyed in ing n(l brother-in-law Gold: could not help the iwo G-men who Albuquerque. %  town near Los picture. "You wdl have to ge. roaaUDi him In nil cell Alie n s, on .. dels when Fuchs out of the country. Here i* at Wormwood Bi Ud handed over a wad of docujiooo (£355> from the Russians Ha aranted to help men traca menu. i will get yo u M.ooo more doara | las In the Gold, then workins at Phila-Meanwhile here are your w1 BO ptl onlessed he had structfomv stolen UM secrets of ihe atom been a paid Soviet spy since IMS. -Write a letter to the secretan He disclosed the name of David o( the Bull(an Ambassador It, But the man who had memorised Greenglass. a young U* Alamos Mexico saying how much you adlha satin contents of :dsliuse C.l, whom he had paid $500 for mirt> hc gU|U Ruwlli ,< Inakm atomic documents could only atom bomb sketches. He described al UNO. Sign it 'I Jackson .l 1 UM Soviet agent to a Russian known to him ai 'John :tiem on. Doe." who had directed his •'Then go to Mexico City am He P riivilies until the end of 1946, post the letter there. The secrcan American with a receding and then he fled in fear from the lary la already making plans loi forehead. That a United Stales. your escape. doctor," said "He was a slim, slightly stooped "Three days later go to the Plai Q.men Hugh Clcgg. "Didn'i thin, man with a long nose and a de la Colon al 5 p.in. Stand lhn man ever tell you anything about nervous habit of brushing back looking at the statue of Columbu hlmaalfT" ms dark hair." Gold said. with your middle finger in th •Only thai he was Duve from Before Gold was charged with pages of a guide book. Pittsburg." Fuchs replied. c-.plottage motion p'ttures of him "Wait until a man sidles up U A Breach %  were flown to the G-men in you. then lay. 'This is a magnifl QUESTIONING by ihe G-men London. When these were shown cent stalue.' He will repl> ted It was only through to Fuchs In jail he recognised his There are much more beaulifu *ork by their American fellow Bpy. 'n his origins statues in Paris.' h t UNO d f b, six years. jjmjj^ H^ ^EjJ^ J iiational control of atom lQ SwPd(>n Go throug, '" ,M i 94 7, i' ,'S ,ha ON the morn?ng "fold's picture exactly the same procedure security men had noted thai "£J n 1 c ."\ h /^^..n n.nm Stockholm, this lime standing li Mr, and Mrs. Julius Rt nberg. living i THI: SPY is aHarry Gold %  used code-name . %  proca Tml , t.-sperted young coup! been a major InI security screen. The (;-mcii had bSM ... of all Ihe scientists with access to tin. knowledge. Altar two years of M, ;onl shadowing many ., i BM G-man were conriaced Uiat Ihe main .i had been made by Hrillsh scientists anrwlni in tba L*>> AJsm Mexico, atom bomb luboralory during the war. M.l.5 chiefs in Undoa wars After six monthof inquiries only one name remained on their list—Klaus Fuchs. the fl.RtlOa-ycar scientist at Harwell. Ihe bub of British atom research. There was no hard evident,Fuchs made no oontecta with Russian agents while be ghadowad But investigation* In hi* native Germany prow been a fanatical Communist. Knickerbocker BsfsaHancs York "furb, WILLIAM SKAltlXJN, M.l.n Inghtened. BSSfH, the man who had grilled Kosenberg, helped by hi. William, "Lord HnaMIaw ioyea mler r oajated F^iohs, :<. in Ihe diplomatic bag. 34-year-old Morton Sobell, a frieno „... On "Doe's inslructtons he had enof Rosenberg who had given radai ". lanul.i young Grcenjlass in the secrets lo the Russians, was handed over by the Mexican secret police m With Ruaalan money he was still paying promlslon young American '" e Manaiier Communists to qualify as sclcntis-s EVENTUALLY the G-mer. could % %  am atom si.e.. r „ abU h( (l the lH e n tn v of the the identitv of Uili maatei my. t;,v h ",,?' sixih Man. "Jchn ly*", who had -Thinkagain doctor", Class reOftm %  %  %  -"''^ manaaed tbem nil m would take ;. degree "You %  Hp WM Analo „ Antonovl h LbereomethlagnOW.' 1 kyt!^' rest thrmigh the C..l ll. 1 Y akovlev. a 39-year-old Russian he had said. wno had |j „ rvvin* Greenglass. who by that time knew he was being watehed. madi no move to escape. He handei over the $4,000 to another trolherIn-law, Louis Abel. Ni extremely A fortnight later, as he wai fife mixing a powder for his "monthEthel, who was Grecngfass's sister, old baby, four G-men knocked %  ived directly wllh "John He finished mixing the powder. i Doe" for three years. He had confessed, and was arrested CLOSED FOR REPAIRS Advocate Stationery (ialvanized Wove Wire 4" MESH 18" W.G 2 feel r .. X 14" „ 2 „ r „ X 14' ,. X 3 „ (ialvanized Sofl lashing Wire 12 lo 20 GAUGE (Ialvanized Mesh Wire FOR FISH POTS I* MESH from 18" lo 72" Wide 1 Vi~ „ „ 18" „ 72" WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. Successors lo C.S. PITCHER & CO. 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"Tod "the trade between Britain and Ungly high, high corai with ah) 1 %  a-wai rvau In Mai Mr. pod Of th the us It I baei %  it that wa have been Increastng uadub bin w we beel ili> that or WO had t %  > limit our imports from the united Bti without substan%  :'. ;d< United %  %  C we wan ex ceeding oui ability to btu m the United State, w. bad 10 meet that situation. We met i: partly by cutting back OUT imports from th,United States, but we met it t<> a larger extent by buildmi' up our exports to the United Stales and thus building up our ability i" Impart brain the United Stiles. Il seems to me that thai was the logical development of trade. Today our trade with the not in balance it.nK shipments of gold and certain UkVlalDle*. wc .ue .11t.unly trading on a basis that is tand that is within our ability to paj tor imports. u has been me position in its ti-.uio N never re%  anything lo Engtuive Dressed exports on England 1 d England :•: to the extent at her I i-een told %  lat Britain would gladly spend In C the dollars th u she could cam in Canada. Canada theref % %  lotcd the s:.le of HE.*.. : in Canada, and export1thai country from Britain are far the highest level 111 th of 1 ither country. In other words. we hive been building up our irnde wilh the United Kingdom b) building up the ability of u.e 1'iutBd Kingdom to pay for goods purchased in this market. Through oul efforts and through the coorpaVatlon n the British Governmant, the balance of tra is in favour ol the sterling area. 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I Rll>.\\ -". \l _'_' IT I i! Mti; MmADVOCATE PACE FIVE Paragon Invaded By Regiment Smoke And Mortar Bombs Used Labourer \\ ill Serve 2 Mouths For Wounding Clerk |•>-! in MMI, ., | „,. • Parisn Land, **nrt (.. /?/>//* Control Is Necessary To Avert Chaos The practice %  hao* in I hi* -n, thai Of birth control % %  isLniii. .,' %  •< m %  family could b*> thai they could be reaFOR THE BARBADOS REGIMENT yestenr.. day Mna^1nak* many bursts of ammunilio,, Bred h ,' L '< !" States. TwiUOSd, worthwhile members or t! by the Regiment resounded many "WKPOKMI 3,000 COM MI: I/O/, i 7 E S.P.G's BIRTIID.W THK GROUNDS of Codrington College wore filled I day afternoon with a crowd of I nil S.000 when the I Anniversary of the Society for the 1 pi ition of I the Gospel was eelehr.iU'd with a solemn end imj service. The servicv was held under the trees un the west-1 ern title of the Cull^ga^ grounds next to the lake which] piesented a beautiful wooded setting Bl Rev. A II Howeevening: Nasas* of W and M "Go pi inta all the Blormfcntein addressed the world and preach the id and stressed that t lure and kt 1 %  B i' 11 vaj aeaetmo the end ol •ary to-.r. IM jBasat the World gg He said that Our lord's words T.ie ceremony was enhanced contained a challenge an well as a he appropriate music played &*? %  "•• %  u mcn Capt. that they should continue eraari.. ^f two n <• Dwtflci -A fa Cnrlst LnutVh, 1 %  i round. The hacredJble lire power seen at an extremely powerful battle unit the Barbados Regiment could be. It would have a very intimidating effect on any enemy It I have to face up to it. Purpose of Demonstration Thi purpose of the Don wai to enlighten soi the ReaUnent on the equipment. Jrl L ,u Un ^ jufl ^ urrns and ammunition camel by r, wasurgby ihi KBeT Bend "undL (its meeting held at c. E Itaison Provision ich to all men, JOSlona of OBftl* rtil u-aifue made for amplification %  ni;i ,,! mat cltnl i should Earlier HI the morning there ThaI eluUleng unpriaonm. uo so that people nilalil ba the Socleu .>.: wounding Demur* V**! i'-" n n a ml m Ret C \ s, %  • >* %  eonunuod elerk of |he Labour Daswtnam ,, Principal of the CoUen ind the um f„ on June l WU U[ i^wnniuii Q UIU U numucr „, people preacher wai entlon to the CherScott rttoi ->. .,„. . na 1 fnr to man >' ehildicn to iex: was Psalm 126 v 4 v, WUUam 111 U aupea at the i MI .' wh "" 1 ,e > '" uUl "'" •*"• """ '- nl hath *""• reat Ihlnp for *e Society Just over MO y. closed th\ I attcntwr the> Uniitj H wa uo whereof we reJScV' •"< preeented It loth* riew th? onieV 'f i '' r p "' %  *•* l 1 often U Aftor the rvu.-. r • ludienoi He liao ' Itt under nddch theee eMMren grew down to lunch m the College 11,1! u replica H model M rheeo included past and present which ha. i comCodrlnatonlans. school Unctwri ""' and members of the Clerg>-. argument develop* The i-.pulation was .-apidly By 3 30 the numbers attending i w,r.,r2 ^ "*•* '""" Increealna with the evef^rearai ihecelebraUoaa began to mcranse gm Of i:iu-m|.l. ment ami and 300 guests including members hTiL* %iI2S^LT?^. with which under-empioyment. and the time >f lha varioui ohurchea, BWmbera iWaJUT .t^:.!?", *he>-he. lie was had come when something <>t Synod, prominent men' •"" % %  '' %  '' "* ind aaould bo dona to adw ite the tin eottununna and Bterahere of i 7 "'"with wounding. people „s to the nevessitv of 'he teaching hatcnnlv were engi. King pro S cuied f, ir the famii> plaiinln| according t.i tertalnedtoleaontheeesu a perl .Add StomachQi* k relief De Witt %  Anucul rablets l| tttj WAT to deal with diU g< MTa pain and diwoinfort Ij lni. iiy liom hoiliF. NO H WATER Nt.KUru-,uit U dinolve a tablet or two on I the tongue for prompt relief I from indigestion, heartburn. I flatulence aad other lyniploms of hrperaridtt*. De Witt's Anurid t*blets irjve a pleasant, fresh taste in the mouth. Easdy ned in ce/Z-jsw/ed stnps handy for pocket c tog hand Polle. STSSSSU I fr !" r" co,,RT Hon. F. C, Hutsni pre picture of the |gland*i Imnten -in population over the last Hv-' „t .i""n £ u nount of W-W '• -vars He said that when th %  iighlmg platoon. B v UH time J'li e, miMI u,h '^ '" "* %  UM rmmstratton wag luilabed '• ^ ,t M 'ciaei. In the population wni eaUmated • tm*J enV'"' 'iu V \'il'\, t l;,lm ''* * %  ' -i-eakma In round numbers—a-. — -ith ihu f J, n, as L S llMl "' t:i,K,,, Hjl1 ld2R "" '" ""' "ichael who she said bed tlM0, makJ to make a proper pair of InCreOM of 11,000 dui ftei receiving J.0O period. lightened, but tofected light,i.g ^pi ll t. Tbey'wW'bta> ?'', Michael.^ who she said h 1 gingthesectionN.COvf.il mind s h Ki ;'of ammunition to flrc into the sea. !" E The Rr K ,ment. which has |„„ V, .w h. camp at St. Anns Port since June li. leu th, Fort ;,t 9 o'clock yesterday morning. They marched t<> Top Rock in their usually jolly mood, singing 'We're In the Army Now" and other songs. Thi: march took just over half ai. hour. From Top Hock they boardol the B.P.G i" tins pail i (the world and Im % %  thee Dreeeni t.i have ;i kwh ,ii It artet %  Miiny. loned i>n>in i.it* it .ts lt>;il ruch be held in surroundings that were full of memories nnd Iradltloni aatodated with the Society The lecond part of his address of the College aseundt Jeall with lha latin racUon The evening ser\i.e started at hUl tOKt! 'l-o that I ;.m with ; 4.M with a prooeeelon of tfudenl even unto the end of arn mm the CoUaaa Id Thai perl thi the grounds. The procusslon was Blah led hv the it.pit talned thi church In carrylnj followed by the Student body With OUt thr challenfe i" which tl hat the Hishop di omul In hit cope nnd een committed •• | the rounder of mitre bunging up the rear. Hi ChrleUanlr^r, waa preceded oy the Blahop-Blect, I i ad thai th. the Kev fj I. .: M indevllle *'s Mr) to-dl MO rean Rev iC. afallallau and the aacago. Ha aid that In certain pan; oiul hv the Rev S. A E Coleni.m. %  >( Africa Which %  i applied against the 4.111HI Per \ear During the atrvke, repraaenuu HO'i of tinpopulation wen i 1 her evidence Gitlens It b) Developlives from the various churcbe-c he.itheii and thai waa the Phalli tnai "ii May ]5. 1950. she ment and Welfare, lie thrught. ,f tin, Rural Deanen Of St J..lin. Unuag thai facel the So,-iet| | • defendant's place and that in 10 yeai..' time, the popuproceeded in tile before thr Hi shop la] !! %  MppoBtd that aven it island would lie and presented ;i Imthday gift to this part of the world, *tl bareu it cot ratted of one Offlcei and 36 other ranks, giving thrt. full eectloni plug .1 Platoon Headrnnulerf. In this demonstration each man was dealt with individually, starting from the Platoon Commai'dcr who carried b compass, whistle, grenades, pistol v.ith ammunition and binoculars. Mortar Section There was the mortar section for him to make "for her. which carried mortars, mortar wearing th. of isked him to make a pair of shoes latlon of the for her. He charged her s.9.00 tot ovei -'Mi..000, a further Lncreata the job and she paid him *5.00 in of 43.000 of wh.it 11 was .it prc*_ advance. The shoes were to be'enl This would be an annual ed five buses which took them to Jji^S hL M y *, 2 4 S! E?*^?' 1 KS2*** '" n.Uwr more than Paragon Range, ut to him •* %  pattern she 4.000 per yiar. These people A pre-arranged platoon was !" , ^ and 5 m < in 'e later he would have to be fed and ti be already at Paragon. This was the fX h a Vi r oi hoC6 Sno 1 l hou ^' 1 Th '-> """ ll1 '"'* %  "' '"' demonstratiun platoon and thev ,,,m U c 1 ^nwhider. but after educated, and In due time they wore Itee) helmets instead 0 f ^^'"8 'he shoes she found truit would have to Ufound employ —.-.-j-# — !" „'hey wire not BrUnhj proparly, mant, winch was one thus forcing her to carrv them Ugeaat headaches today. back to him. "nd ml other, the batsman walkie talkie 1 communication Headquarters. M—1341. owned by Gerald Sobers The sections were also dealt 8nr | driven with Individually. They carried bcth of Ji rift and 100 rounds of ammum; ,bnut 2 p... linn in bandoliers per man. Filled Roil()i Sl| Thomas, Bren gun %  naaasmea were carried Tho cfl fronI fendcr of lh( 1 '^ry member of the platoon nioll)r i orTV wai damagad except the Commander. They also ^LOTHING valued at $230.50. VJ which was stolen from Harft Is better 10 preven by warred -Kun" ">e Problem from jrUtaj." knon, St. Michael. lle -" kM ""' "• !l lnIhe SPG. The Btshep GASCOGNE NAVIGATED BY RADAR TO ANTIGUA FRENCH PASSENGER SHIP <;*coirnr spent only three hours at Barbados yesterday. She came 111 from Le Havre via Southampton. Antip.ua. Guadeloupe, tominica and Martinique. At 9.:<0 a.m. she was wei^hint; anchor for Grenada. Her new skipper, Captain Roveau, wanted in in,ike land faH" at Grenada before dark. He feared that Grenada would also be covered with haze anti so make il difficult for navigation. ( Iptaln R.ive;m ili.l not :-i. i -,, i t %  r|T| ._L Verde 11 aoV M\ PuStt'd I IlI'oU^ll Instead of hugging the coasl on _. .. .-, ... iwn to England. In wlmh "KcullllS Of Gold case he would have passed by Cape Verde Islands, he made his An hours tr-vel through "the %  mi < from the Azores right realms of gold' cost hlty imo,mi %  the Atlantic to Anliawa. ' the tiarbados Literary *. iet> ...... anil their iriends nothing. TOM guided his ship through mot gphmdld journey wan made possi„"."P* We because they met at wnkeneld' yesterday aftemOOD lo h V ,!*<* ANTACID TABLETS No vaaar <• J FJI(I ('fied anvshers 0 'o' rtome u I family tf • Os(ti,.MiKt. DeWITT'S wSkwedi ANTACID • lilt.., ,n.u. POW D EI NI.W ARRIVALS AT HI Mill Hill \H\ V \ I \\ M\ SUUmai Barbasol-Drushl. H. %  t 11 #. Il #Y # VOI K SHEEP I RKK FROM WOMMS WITH PHENOVIS 1 MM fulilols lire ohlainiililc (ruin nil llrumcisis .r. per ."> Grum Tablet r.\KT TOIIAI IHISINC. Yoni sum AS roi.rows 1 TABLETS fur pt-r week fin he.|. IIVKII 1 I Mil I 1 lur • per ueek lur heep UNDEB 1 \KTKR THK FIRST MONTH |hn I TABLETS oaca per month A.& mm & SONS d .1 D stating that In view of the alarming rate of the Increase in the island's populaUon. the Government should the propert% of make VVQty ^^ ^ nsl|mle ;| positive population pol-i should make available lo al\ I Of .Mil advice on planning technique. Plantation, St. Philip. IB, was recovered on June the efforts of C.I.D. This clothing Cyril Payne. Joseph Whitright. ft labourer of Congo Road. Si. Philip, has bceri arrested In connection with th j matter. [ A FINE OF S14.4e was yester-l day imposed nn Julian Bur-', r.ett, a labourer of Pickwick Gap f provide Weetbun Road, by a District "A" clinic so that the parlahl Pollea Magistrate who foqnd him may be instructed in self-tout guilty of wounding Hartley WarA copy of Ihe resolution li Also that the Vestries of ihe irious parishes be ask.d It. birth 1 ontrol Hi thrt.ugliout the VoySB) proariung Antigua, the atmosphe' reminded him of the Fngh-.; 1 t0 S^t nel. He navigated Si. John's Har hour by the guidance of radar He only caught .1 pie of Band 1 iland iighthoust when he w at< less than four mile> from the Antigua COBSt Diirlm: good weather, Sand [gland light house throw-, her light H mJlW att*wawTa^£5SSv f In spite ol the powerful flash celebrated John QlelgUd 1 of Harrison Point Lighthouse Barsmoothly tluough Wallai bados, the skipper of the Koike lively Rose", Bhaheapeare'i nearrernadarie only saw lht light on b IdOlaUwU "Shall I cOmpan Tuesday morning when he was Ihee I" B Sninm. r da] ihree miles off the coast, lie saw sneiie,\ deeply temperamental in Hash througl I H' • %  ! %  % %  Mi. W. % %  I Wind". The Acting Harbour and Ship_Tne piece tie rcislnnce" was poetry Recital on gren nted bj Dick Le ranu, oMici.iiinn representative ol the bntish CouncO. The recording! were eleai and combination which provided rruudmuni enjoymenl foi poetry loveri %  ront Of m auditorium den on his head with pipe on May 23. This line is to he paid in 21 days or in default one month's imprisonment with hard labour. F t RTIIER HEARING in the inquiry Into the death ping Master told the ArlvneiUthat Wordsworth' famous Tinlci I .11 the masters of ships iirrivhu Abbey", read " Mu here during the week complained By far the longest workon iron be sent to Government, the of the abnormal weather! Thi Veetrlee and all medical practlare finding navigation difficult lioners in the island. They are not sighting land until ^ .hey are close to It. own boom who were makmj >n • adjourned unhl lodny Th,< •tUck—nnd .11 stow nnd rapid moulry will..opin rote. Inquiry DMIZXLBS l\ CtT\ Occasion;.I dri//lcs of rain hav< Been faUlni ovei '..me parts of lha island since Ihe mist has be^n There will al nto the death nf Lawson Thornphanging about the sky. Th. who was a school-bov of was seldom heavy, but il still ObilHMi-v: Jumts N, Beeklea The Nath % % %  %  death I Beckli of Mr. James Build.-, Th*v'fhfi!" nrarlWri action to hO 6 <(II.II.-IN who wen not lak1'. s,il mi the lie-lit near raragfn The SlalT Oftli-or. by Ihe ,e of toud speaker*, explimrd In "' " — Wl "' c .hen, what was (olnit on. "' W 0n interval The luncl Everyone took up seats under the .:,: to pet their fill. The members of the demonstration platoon particularly drank mnnv nints of lemonade. The though mhty, was hot and the |< monade was welcome. %  \fter lunch everv soldier waf gfejHM "i opportunilv to lire th'emrtOUli weapons. The Drum* and Fjfe of the Regiment, which nil -he while were watching the demonstration, took up pnsilinn on Ihe southrrn side of the field and niaved marches. "Sporting Bam the bugler, stole the show. The Regimen left Paragon %  hortlv after S.S0 pm and re•erncd to St, Anns Foi • \. %  rNBeer isldi -The rial wai well -nent. A lot of act.vity and no ,, ^e Conference of Senior Mediinjunes. ____^ cal Ofncers of the Caribbean area md discussed problems of tuberulosls control. He said that in Trinidad, tbtf Cable rtup All America was had 240 beds at the Masson Tu1 fleeting repairs to cables about berculosis Hospital in addition to 10 miles out to sea off South 160 at the Caura Sanltorium. Point Lighthouse yesterday. She while at the Caribbean Medical wos last operating In Jamaican Centre—a combined diagnostic and waters. She was chartered by treatment clinic for both tuberenMrdic-o Tills Of T.B. TreatiiK'nl In Trinidad Dr. W. J. Branday. Chief Tubei culosis Officer of Trinidad, returned home on Wednesday evening by B.W.l.A, after spending the day in Barbados. He had arrived earlier in nho morning by the Lady Kdne> from Pom mien where he had bee 1 [••sis problems and advising them how ,l(i develop their tuberculosis services. Two week-* ago. Dr. Branday Has here for a day when he attendHurricane Precautions New ring bolts for making dence on Monday after a long illness. Mr. Beckle-, who was 81 years of age was twice married, and li Burvlvad by two children, a mm, Mr. Samuel Heckle-, contractor of Passage rloed, end Nurse Miriam Beckles Of the staff of th,. (.tntrnl 11 .-piUil. and nix grand-children. Mr. Becklei was a member of v ring iaat vessels U, the wharf are the Brethren, and though Ubaeaa wkbur. the place of those whicn had limited his activities Cables Repaired Coble & Wirelei "GOLFITO" CALLS ON SATURDAY l*is and venereal disease—this an X-Ray unit which takes -.bout 25.0OO films a year One hundred people attended the clinic daily for examination of the chest and besides '' about 100 constantly under at their Messrs F.ldets A Fyffe* pasrenger Uner Golflto is expecte 1 ;reatment and supcrvisi. to arrive here from Southampton hemes. on Salurdav at 7.30 a.m. Dr Branday laid that there I The G4AU will be sailing tne Mso a mobile X-Ray unit foi lay for Trinidad She is r'.agnoallc purpo-consigned" to Messrs. Wilkinson fc Bat which will be brought Into use Hayne* Co.. Ltd. in the near future. have been considerably worn by lha weetfaar. These steps are neing taken as hurricane precautions. Two drillers were on the Job yesterday. They were removing one OPpi ite the Customs. Jisi 18KIVSD programme, it broughl to UM %  ;Vor.tswi rth ai %  i • leahstic. honest. unUiflatod de void of ambiguities and pruruuilj ;. writer f pgOSO II i' A random quotation will wl lice — She enn so Inform The mind the! k adthba us, %  peesa %  With quietness and beauty, ind i food With lofty thoughts, tl neither evil tongues 'Rash Judgment*, nor the sneers Il men. %  i eilnga where no kind nesses, noi ..II life, Sliall n'er prevail against u s, : .i %  Our cheerful faith. I which we behold %  U full of blessings." Kingaley's Young and OM" "•ryday philosophv, Jol • ^Id's "Truth". T. B FJtW* lourney of the Magi" and "Pi •recent years. h still maintained wide interest In everything ..nund him. His funeral on Tuesday evening was a tribute lo a useful life well lived. He was buried at the West bury ludes" joined in a pron Cemetery'Bid liters! P| across I __ .'• three centuries if Wheat i tP.D. a Co < i ting | BulphUI Bitters Paunera Omunenl nn m Soap .a igetype Torch Bulbs J A J Piaster > lbs. UVSI Sails i raamalln Bronchial Cough S> mo Nulol parllla Kvmilo Feeders and Teats Cream Cutnte Was Papai Ponds Tl Moire Chocolalea Nellaons Choolates Dr. Chase's Kidney A Liver Fills Mi riia-.. Nil -.. I Dr. Chase's Paradol Codol Camay Toilet Soap Esicrbrook Pens From ENGLAND Yardlay-a Bbavlng Bowls Lanalo) (Solid ft I pull Bharnpoa J | i r.inv Lotion & Cream skui sun Tan Uetton I'hoto Frames llt/la Cigarette 1-cnves Iradol A II i.i. Oil Cakn Tooth Powder Malt & Cod L'vei Oil Brewers 1 %  I .. ...-W.d< i -. in liar i (or Rheumatism) Hum Inane Tooth Paste I Tooth Paste Mufterole Palatol Co. Photo Albums Sugared All Bern:.* Town Talk Polish Morgans POmadi MUCC WCATHERHEAD LTD HEAD Of BROAD ST Aluminum Alloy Sinks Solid t asl Mrlnl — SI.IIK.II. I'.ilMve.l lini-h ; Mill. Single llreimer—12" nvernll --.:, 1,1, COMPLETE WITH KITTINliS Galvanised Garbage Bins 4 Prong Garden Forks will, (over 11" Hi" IX" Dili. *7.% S9.18 "110.119 ovwiD tangtb > ONLY J3.65 BMk Wood Handled "Heron Cutlasses All Steel Hoes The popular "Crocodita" llraiul w.lli II Mad! !ir. CENTS EACH 4 sires in flock Proan M t.. M Cenis Knell Butter "DOMO" Churns Cream Separators (eupueit> 111 |>UaM |>er hour) $10" S58 27 $ HARRISON'S Hardware Store Tel. 2364 ,'.','',•,;*.'.'.:••*.'.' Tick and DAMASK riCK 6t Blu. 56" *ld I'er ^.inl .rtiii and ROM 11 J" i \si %  i li K 'i id Pel VaiJ III \l K V WHIM I $6" wide, Pel VTard 10" fid*, Per Yard HI CKABACK IOWI I si. I.I nine. Gren, Rot< OoU IS" Id Per Yard In It hih Pel Yard I 03 .'i I CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10-13 Broad St. IM lll.\A 41111'K STABTE.\A A i.itow i;\ \ Obtainable (rom H. JASON JONES & Co.. Ltd. %  % % % % % % % % %  J YRS. YOU CAN BUY IT AGAIN LUXOR CLEAR GLOSS VARNISH r;\LV OIL IN QUALITY — Alto — CAN'S -I, I AND FINISH AS Gin Slit* I. t.iIllicitd 18S0 T. nFRBERT Ltd. MAI' ROFBUCK SIKIKI I in i.r|i'r.'.' %  1926 TO-DAY AND ENJOY OUR SPECIAL STRAWBERRY CREAMS i orvi vi Y DANISH SALAMI SAUSAOI i*r lb I >tn;h n r -, -.1. no (ITE a BLUE COFFEE ESI OFFIER CHUTNEY ix-r bottle SWEET PICKLE per bottle WALLS I'oifK RAI SAGES per tin WALLS OXFORD SAUSAOES AUSTRALIAN ORANGE JUICI PLANTERS PEANUTS per Un DI Tt n CAULIFLOWER %  n Un ENJOY THIS FINE BEER PERLSTEIN BEER c a bot — $4.00 per Cnrton .%•# i vsf •#•;#. starr A •i.rn.



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. Jl N'F. 22 l:.l HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON THE GAMBOLS rrr ..... k I BY^BARRY^APPLEBY •S'lil to %  P>A-.j 1 ONDIE r— BY CHIC YOUNG $?-;:":. -~^'-'^!*i§8? %  X'^ 1 i•w-> .. -> %  A THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER %  %  % %  .-, '., "v* "TROUBLE, ANO| HUSWJIJi STILL SAY THAT WNMAD BY GEORGE MC. MANUS r CX>*T TALK-JU6T EAT-I WANT >ou TO cer TO WOHK BABLV SO T*C NCV3MOOH6 W_L 'JRB >CU' aKC6-N*Xl'LL MBBTA LOT OP PBC*>iK£NT BL^.NU:SOM£. TMANK cnt? OOF>JI4 Ti.G r^ g Afl HAO KAffO TV.'F F-WlNQ WV-BSfT wE LrVE TlN WE ClULWn *.•••> %  -'I !-.'. wc%  rs 0* JOHNNY HAZARD %  I BY FRANK ROBBINS Iff 4 RIP KIRBY •triATlNS \ I CX>T 5 *IAT roes x WMJNINO IF yo^ BEUEVE IN IT W /V /CVOjStLS. BY ALEX RAYMOND A : •• fir CA ] B T DUI-HC TMF l WE CAN SUPPLY riTHITE PVi CORNFLAKES I -( lit_\M-ur-WI(tAT PVTTTO wnr AT AI,I<-IU*A'. UJTtNC TO WO CUfffBE COW A GATE rOTOA MAl.T %  %  NOUJC OATS .AUOtKO MILK NBSCAVK HOIXXD OAT* "M. MACARONI Tin. LIU — .. TABIJB lTPn3l STUART 4 SAMPSON (1938) LTD. liradquarlrra for Bnl Rum. 5'. o->o->*-v>v,-,*, FERGUSON FABRICS %  rMttffl : colours %  U *•••;' %  FOODS :• For Your Enjoyment N 1I..ITwklaU Ollan C „ Chrrrlr* S N Staffs* OMVM •; Tim Corktail BIseBlto V >; .. Hirin Vlesms, siimi^;. X .. I riTikfurl Sausarr* \ S .. Lunfheon lirrf 5 IHt D Mi I .. l-.,unl Mr.il \ S 1 • 1 PI Tin Ssino OII Ollg J Tins ( |„T-.J Pk. Kratl c !„.,.,, V II | INCE&Co. Ltd. I 1 '-',*,---,',-,',',*,',---,',-,*,.,•-'-*-',^-S IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only Usually Now ) Bourbon 55 'IT Pkgs Sweet Biscuits (41J playbox 64 M Pkgs Quaker Corn Flakes 30 M Pkgs Turban Dates 35 M linilly Now Tins Chum Salmon (Tell.) 66 Pkgs Macaroni 35 3 Bots Frontenac Beer 26 20 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street Order Your BARBADOS 1 YEAR BOOK 1 NOW I Al there will only be n limited number 01 these books on sole you ore s* advised to make sure that you will not be disappointed when the issue < romes out by booking your ropy now. > The F.dilor Barbados Year Dook X Advocate editorial Department X 34 Broad Street. Bridgetown. X 'HE PHANTOM *l\ BY— BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES IH0SE4AMG %  B V. '.'.: HI Ml WOK HIM AWAY-/ MM WERE'10 ^HEV MBWr-^SWIMWHIClBDOL --=] / I CHANNEL. HE SAID I V-; I H IHEM I V .VMCU VOO J r IHAVT COWnl TCNfTilATSIRUFT aXJ'IDfNCEIN'iOLIRA HI SIBANC-E-eUNOWMJ.K I i TAILFD 7 J^ m i No Meat Shortage with Aileyne Arthur's BE," 3pHgs*? ~.mam DEMERARA %  ^ti*y > .•**.'^* ; CASSAREEPE 84c. per bot. SLICED HAM $1.74 per lb. also in Tins. BACON $1.20 per lb. (Sliced) 97c. per lb. (Slab) also PER CASE ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO., LTD. "VOI II 4.IMM I IIS llitth Si. HMNM Vm We Drlivrr. I t



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rmnw uvi a I*;I iiMiitwMK \nvoc.\ti: PAfil SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADSJ5 ^"^— ,,HHXO " S GOVERNMENT NOTICES TIL-** Cm! 2S08 For i im ami char* lot KVTMM U. and In Del I BM ,.. %  on AUT01 SALE btlwre %  ft i %  HM i The IOTIV. ...... M It M IHlf III.. < 'i • OH eW -JOB,, Stadia. •th peitl.i •1 T. Gcdd.-. Qr.i.1 aone Mil 0 Horn* MM. 2 '*"".'*' MdlUowl • Aoply in u %  riTLn o .Ilk*. Ml. 1 Mai Irivn M-aldcnc* %  ( Ml •nornmtf 1 %  I 1 Al IMO DMtoto Diplomat lUioen, Mil Hand dl MM m u 1 AiVVOIIVIKMI-Vf* %  nod fcsat, %  I A Sroll. QOY'I A EBT o n %  .lilt %  .— BAIW1I t IMBkarn iiAKHAIXlB Wl"T*U TRADING ti i The ..fc*n* Mum will be art up ,| at IIOAVr ol .hi • 1-ii.lKIK I 1 1 Aiiatm %  nun n Phonr 01-M at Bran, r. th.htu. sj in i jo pn .%  n-hee at lend %  HUM too. J b-ihioor-. %  the tnrr1 %  Thr PtOBi i ch ma* be ,id w,^,,,,!,, %  p IDT ulr by |. | I %  > WII| j,|D 111I pm YEARWOUD A %  Solicitors. NOTICE .. i-r. o| -, PBfBB %  oWW -111 NO)I open** on Seturd*). I?rd %  • vi .v ith. Wntnaa. 14" 3ti,a •Sitnedi G s COKBIN Parochial rnimn ATTENTION Is drawn lo the Control of Price* (Defenc. ) (Amendment) Order. 104,1. No. 18 which will be published in the Official Qmm of Thursday 21st June. 18M_/ 2. Under thi* Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Milk-l'oiKtenaed are as follows: — NOTICE IS INI *>-!-.! \SI i MI MI oi u-rr.M "•>!<•'•< I • n.a,. u ll.u %.l. i the larrp hh he we. kvdinc i,„r* end **. %  .,! Hi aw %  < inn ** l*t June. I9SI. iu pi thr nbovc •wrrbv irquitmJ | e llio Auut.n i Comt ol A|H |t i hair, as Dated Ihla Sth dey t; TA1MA. i"B I'lrra. AC A II SM in FOR HIM i .sni.Ji. < ; %  rOtLTRY %  K J ttrb.I. LIVESTOCK v;i VM' SAM', pi. 1( .1 I..,' -I Apply %  I 21*H-on ELECTRK Al. inon HETHIGEH. I A Manufacture. 3rd .. tXA ,* IDK HO"" l *>l •>! Cifi Hill. B>1h>hia. &| Jnwpi,. over-lookm, I lai. %  %  i I IOIOK I.ICENSF NOTICE Thr *i>| H u* tj,^* 1... .HI. .No iej „| IHI %  ranird i" him In r-i-i ..( botUM Ifctor of all butkUnj >i i.i,.. MkBtaMl, (or pitmiMton to l.icvnw >i m Doatd HMl ih,,,". •s.r •hop *llh "hrd niirt auachrd al t'ppvr %  n.id th,. Iih day of Junr 1MI To: B A afrlJDOD. Iran %  A II AH.-: TM •lltmc rooi vtnlrncra Watrr Inauilrd S-rv, 1 i with dtr-i num ii|pr. Fiida) ih* Ow I %i *ard wA.vrtm il wi One < •rood wotkinf ot It Trinpro. Phone MM. i m A AIIOWI Boy. IllllIIIIMltllON -( lliiill VAl \S I .Ml l | KIIHIIS -i inn uanin ICWlon Schnli % %  •' Churrh %  i MHM %  .,.. Lmmrj iMMMl M DM lurch and whonpirrnla air i'v -lU-oed cirronutancr. Thr appll%  v bftwi %  fay ol Id uhich mil br hrld at Ihr Pn,. roundaUon Bchoot on Friday 6Ui Jul> al B.SD J m. bj PM llta^i Forma o( Application hk-h ran br obtained Innn ihe |HM | Anlrobu*. HIIKII. H.t trnaltl< .ivh B" %  r i.h i.r Chi • i %  %  train IHI eireuMMi > %  I ir ppi c ml tM .ui.. ol I 1 • day of Ihi uul bo held a( %  July al • am bv ihr Hc.di I'ormn nl applK-ntlon whuh H Ailtobua, Hilton Houw. BMicharl, mint br irlurnrd lo Ihr Srcrrt.irv not Utrr lh.-.n 4 p m on Friday. RNh June IMI, I..%  %  H ANTK.H1LS I lallon School. %  HIM I tM SIH. I,IS M lllllll I SIK i.i i i I;IS \ M.Thruwill IK.HI l-.-i '. I I Una (in Friday Bth July al W am. %  IMpH* yrar* and II >ran on Ihr d. ol i •ami nation. Applicalmna HIUM l>r madr on a Foi -I Ihr School "i i %  I rrrttne. i Tr.lli tOhlal nl Go-xl I ..u... %  round with Ii,'. M BM tinf room. dni.irnrooi nr.O uiual ci Onvani ol MO .id part n( %  M % % %  ii i nem vrrand.li. >n *•• to^rooina ioniih,<. *4 i panlT) busl.rv. kit.hr,. 1 i '.ItlCll, Irr lnild||i,| %  'Ot M-rrii 71 Mil J. or. I *>ntd i.r.' err HEM' ICANI V ncrui. „„ thr SUIT ( H'.lcl lor a rr.poii.lblr and tlli km.wlracr and r.prr — Ol Hulcl Wort Apply by kttti aMnk Hot. .SM I ART1C1.K MILK-Condrn-ed WHOLCSALJX PRICK (not more than) RETAIL. PRICE (not more than) $13.12 per case of 48 x 14 oz. tins .. Sir. per 14 oz. tin 33.6 51— In ATTENTION i< drawn to the Control of Price* (Defence) (Amendment) Order. 151. No. 17 which will IH ptihl.shed m the Official Gazette of Thursday 21st June. IMI. 2. L'IHUT this Order the maximum retail selling price of Gasolene 1 U a B follows.— .utTtcLi RETAIL PRICE (not more than) .. 60c. per Ballon tM Ji22 6 M Ir '-'5^^5K.Ci^rK^'55wsit^tsii5i;^^ n TO-OAV'S ELASII NEWS GALVANISED RAIN WATER FITTINGS Can be Ohiuinrd From : %  'Bis: (IMKll EMPOHII >l Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets IOR SALE Buildings and Land now occupied by The West India Biscuit Co., Ltd., in Spry Street. SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamships %  -U IHI-.ol Ml Neaar iBIlf.l •M %  SVTIUKH'OB is JUM 11 SON J-i .; *' %  " AN CnUWUtH l July U July IAN t MA1.1.KNUCB W J.,i, "J July 1^V BODNBV *• Jul/ Am TUB • Au| II Am U\DV S>: Au S3 Auc — SS Jim* J,.l. U July IS JuV I Auf Am U Auf — 31 A iif S"i m.M, MI l-*DV RUDNEV I-*IV NKUBON IADV BODNB-i l_^t>^ sn.s, is I.AI>\ Roosrn %  a Auc II Sept. II CVI II Jill. 7 Auf • Srpt nurpi ,%  llllM., Id July %  Afc. s, | %  IS Oct 19 Julv ll AW II ftopi ) Oct 1 No\r GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.—AgenU. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. DM Attotianw s BtKitl l\ —JMh July IMl -Ml IS..TO rlfdlHTH ANII AMMtaaiiAM %  8 MiiiJosttrAU—toth j..i. issi IMIVI.N TO TRINIDAD. PARAM. ARIBO AND lltOROITOWN : 1 CUTTM A—Stth J.uir IMl I • Htl I BA 9lh July IMl. I' MI'sniS. —is .1 IH | Tit Arm". FRENCH LINE lii I .IiI i HIMII mtni.1.-Mil*.'. TO iNiAAM) /. FRANCE .' June 30th. IMl. Via St Eucla. M fiuadelciipe and Antt|nnT. -in i II BOIND. GuieoR-nc June 2It 1951 CallinK IIidad, Br. Guiana and Fninli C.uiinn II. M. JONES & Co., I Id. PASSAGES TO EUROPE Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominica, for tailing to Europe fortnightly. Tlu usual ports of call art Rotterdam. Single fare £70; usual Dublin. 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Srotafto. 4pWN ESTABLISHED 1895 FRIDAY. .H'NB. .. -.ftp I PERSIANS REJOICE IN "NEW FREEDOM 99 Mobs Celebrate Oil Take Over (By ALEXANDER VALENTINE) „_ TEHERAN. June 21 I SEVERAL THOUSAND cheering, yelling Per sianB stormed the police guard in front of the Anglo Iranian Oil Company's offices in the centre of Teheran today. Though the crowd was highly excited, there were no clashes involving personal injuries.' Britons had to stand idly by watching the mob. Crowds rushed up four flights of stairs in the' Company building to the roof, where they tore! down the huge neon sign and threw smashed pieces to the waiting crowd below. <*im:>IOIIATE .WMVMS.tHV TUE piocfwiin of Mndcutv *nd Clergy tasvlng I'odnugton College ya-rJay afieraoen lot the open AII BfiUni which ffU held on tin western put of the Colltge iiiioiieg ui aimn.fmcralitir .'Sotb Anmvenary of the fl P O ln>ei i* Bin hop A H Howe Browne dressed .n l„,jp and mitte who addressed the | a Men* ft Then they left *he building (lags wen' hoisted oy*r 'he Company's buildings by the '"ob and Persian* waving flags, twaded through the streets They bore aloft triumphantly Mattered pieces of the Conipany's MII board. Anulner croud tore down the company sign in Nadan boulevard. Cheering they bore pieces away Several hundred Persians M.rroundcd one of the Company's motor oil tankers. With pots of green paint thev daUWd out the yellow painted Anglo-Iranian sign Other tanker* were smeared with black paint I slgni obliterated .ma Persian employees in tin Company's offices went on workin*. But it was reared they might have to give up later to-day in order to avoid further violence Loudspeaker cars crawled ihrouich the sunlit streets of Tehertlng Persians to rejoice in their "new freedom." Shortly before midday a group of 12 uniformed and plain clothes i*lice officers entered the AnuloIranlan Oil Company's Information Office. They told the Deputy Information Officer Bernard Stiles that they had come to enforce ytstcrdav's decree' tiered the police tea and cigarettes which they accepted. After more than an hour's conversation police said all the staff must leave Stiles then ordered the Petal < nome and await further %  I**ted Stiles out through the door which WHS then locked Thev allowed the Information staff to take all their personal belongings, but refused permission to remove any papers. Afternoon Calm The Police assured Stiles they would guard the office and prevent any breaking or looting by the crowd which remained outside in ihc street after sign hoards were .'.Ml. British and Persian workers in the main offices quit work shortly after midday as usual for the Moslem week-end which begins this afternoon. Crowds outside the offices let them pass without interference. Large police squads remained on duty, however Turbulent scenes of the morning calmed down In the BXtarnoon when the intense heal drove most people off the streets. The British Cabinet met to-day the IViM.m oil crisis as reports came from Teheran of rrowri demonstrations against the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company. The news increased fears here the! the situation may reach a %  taggl where there is no alternative but to evacuate British staff from the oilfields. Meanwhile the policy is to keep on working reiincrlcs as efficiently as possible. To-day's meeting under Foreign Secretary Morrison discussed the line to be taken in the Commons later to-day when was to be debated. The Ministry of Civil Aviation to-day issued n reminder to pilots and airlines that they must not fly over Persian territory without n from the Persian Government. R.A.F. Alerl The RAF. pilots at Habbaniyah have been alerted to be ready to protect British lives and property in Persia if called upon to do H eras .,'iideritood here to-day Habbaniyah airfield, about 100 n iles from Baghdad is the RAF main base in Iraq. The "alert" no perational developments because the R.A.F. particularly In the Middle I %  permanent state of readiness to meet any emergency. Reuter. Troops Go To Crete TRIESTE. June 21. five picked men of th ne i-egiment left hero to-day for Crete reliable quarters said. Officials or the Anglo-American sector of Trieste free zone declined t i comment on the departure. II was understood the troops left by ship —Reuter. Fruitiest Talks U.N. Troops Take Kaesong TOKYO. Juno 11. United Nations troops striking out strongly from Uhe Imjin Rival today captured the rood and rail Junction of Kaesong and found Communists had abandoned It. Kaesong It 10 miles north of the river. Except in tins western sector of the line, there were no reportof activity today alon* where both sides were said earlier to be "adjusting | In situation of near stalemate. Allied vanguards which seized Kaesong 40 miles not Seoul, South Korean capital pressed on northwards without halting. Other element* BUM tanks met half-hearten ancc from pockets of COnuMiaJat as they combed the country near the main road. One United Nations patio! in no-mans-land opened fire with rifles and machine guns on a group of Chinese which thev iddenly spotted on the hillside. But when they got to th.bill they found Caramuabtl appeared . 'it looks ns though Chinese are up u< their old tricks" one United pfaUoni officer commented. JCssHar Britain Appeals To The Hague LONDON. June II. Britain today asked U dent of the Inleniiilion.i! COUTI at The Hague to retjui to suspend "contempl.<: sures of restraint" against u'u Anglo-Iranian Oil pending the Court's decision on the Persian oil dispute. The reauael wi. mad* In .. lesegram which also told the President that Britain eras Uon tomorrow requestini; ihe Court to indicate a pi measure for the protection "l Anglo-Iranian company's interesis In Persia. The telegram cited a precedent for Its reqiieit that the President of the International Court should i Persian Coverrune-nt Thetelegram sent by the official Ilnti=h Government In the dispute Sir the Uackett. Foreign Office Legal Adviser said request was being made in the few actions or threatened actions of the Pels:.,: including the threat lo take forcible possession of the Company's installations forthwitri —Renter. MINER KILLED VIENNA. June II. One miner was killed and two injured today in an explosion in Gruenbach mine in Schim-herg district, south Austria. —Reuter. IAND8LUM Mils IM \ SION. June 21. One man was killed and anothe injured when a landslide hit moving jeep on a road in the Valais Alps south nf Sion. Ret. Britain Will Not Evacuate Persia U.K. Tories Support Labour LONDON, June 21 ^NTHONY EDEN, Deputy Conservative Leader. said today that British evacuation from Persian oilfieldn would be disastrous. He wan open ing the emergency debate on Britain's oil dispute with Persia in the House of Commons. He supported the Government's decision to take the question to The Hague Court. "The issue is not nationalisation. It is whether Persians have the right unilaterally to take over our installs lions," he said. Com m on ivea Ith Discuss Middle East DefentiU INDON, JJne ... 1 Smnwrll British IJe%  hat the Commonwealth l>efece .-inference which began here tinmorning was mainly Dd with Ihe subject of Middle Bast defence. Shinwell U presiding over the being attended by l aatwa antaU vat Irani Australia. New Zealand, South ,\ii %  ia. Britain and Canada. Id %  .1 press conference here th eat r> I la' m four or live days !!. ibtcd thai tha conference ad from the unofh. ial talk* haU innwealth Prime Mlnlgtan In London during the Commonwealth Prime Minisirence in Jen* --R-uiUr. FRANCE GIVES SITE TO U.N.E.S.C.O PARIS, June 21 TinFrancfa Government to-day offered U.N.E.S.C.O. (United Nation:. BducaUMMl Selentifle and Cultural Organisation a Paris site for its permanent headquarter*. It also offered a loan of 2.000ooo.ooo trade lepaTafata without nteresl over 30 years —Reuter. Cuban Pact Would Put West Indians Out Of Work— BUSTA LONDON. June 21 THE WEST INDIAN Trade Delegation nf seven vent to Ihe Colonial Office to-day to continue liilks start* terday. William Alexander Bustamantr. whu head" the delegation, tula) interviewers that theCuban Pact by winch Britain proposes lo buy 500.000 tons of MlggE and Uu i tin mlities of cigarettes would have a terrible effect in Ihe Wi bl Indies where thousands would be thrown mil of work. OFF TO INDIA %  IONS June 2i Dr. Irank Qraham, United %  I: %  %  i < < ntaUve in Kashmir will leave for India "ii M'-n %  I n .1 I —Reuter 3 SOLDIERS KILLED rare %  • an attack o I the Ar;.b border vUlaM ol Beltsurik. five miles wett of Jerusalem \ —Reatrr. Period Of Grace Gained In Korea -BRADLEY WASHINGTON, June 21 Genets) Omar Dradla) aaU todn thai m Korea the M lree at least one preeious year to prepare for whatever may OOBSW" Bradley. Chairman of the Joint i ntfs ol SUIT told ratal II soldiers awarded the mvd:d of honour, sughest Uiun military decoration, that these men made ;ui %  eminent miitnhutl'in to attainitiK that period of grace. recalled that "threa days less than a year ago" North Korean Communists crossed the 38th parallel to wage war on the •"epulilii: of Korea. "Woiid w..i in was %  dlattnci posMhihiv when thai parallel was violated that morning in Jure !30. Any sign of weakness on the part of the Ui her Allies, en) most certainly would Mm Indicated th^-. the tree world was ripe for eoaquest" Uu fjenei.,1 dCCsilwd. 'Rir the challantN was ac-eptad. 1 Rralr FRANCE, U.S. BACK BRITISH POLICY (By SFAGIIAN MAi M s, WASHINGTON, J.ine 21. THE MAJOR United States Oil Companies will nol assist the Persian Government to operate nationalised oil fields if British authorities are forced out, Company official.-' told Reuter to-day. %  Th i tea capait r w* hie of working the Pvr %  > flore troops .. tnat they were \\ an It'll %  Used o:l operations ir itanaat by %  %  %  ntring fi remlM itct face %  %  UNITED NATIONS. Ju..e 21 The Umteu" $tat today asked the United Nations Seere'.Bry General to appeal to In Korea hut have not k •o send ground 1 lo their eapeeities—Renter. PARIS Ju r< n %  sear 1 in r mtinuing four months i - u .ssion bv Foreign Mlni-u-r. Deputies here Tl .made in a declaration %  -R ruler Eva Makes Gift HAIITwa hw for imn .: Eva Peron. wife of gentine President, arrived here gentine —Heater. The Dell* KxpreM toed Britain u> give the delegation they wanted ae W-T.' Mine brada witii i %  1 ,M/.m of U %  %  I i Ifei unei r ment and while British ; %  Ignare. Tii UtorUu coneiudad "Bus..,„.. he is powerful Hut the bof.1 f all why he should be eacauraa>* nvreaenU • l ,l "" Thiy light and die for us in war." i U.nd'Hi i in respondent i onti West Indies Hegional I oaan n • %  ind I Oovem %  ient altimuKh it f beliawed that y nfd be ai before the B W I %  I understand thai j nipoaels put furwarn I ild only result hi th. West Ind* p theli advensp Irdde balance %  ith Canada 1M SU,000.000 ..nun. .11, I h. h W I view ii that this Is no/ Second! Teat i A K'l.i. fullv support%  -ador drew a? —Reuter. InterAmrriran Ki'lalions Good -TRUMAN WASHINGTON. June 21 President Truman told his weekly press ronferenee today he thought InUr-Amerleitn ralanoni .were on a better plane than they ever were. As far as he was concerned he added he hoped to keep them that ;.> Truman made this comment when discussing the oflfc to the United .*%  <udi|U.uli-r!i of cricket Hut although bai|(lnnd's total may i laiked nothiiiR in the manner in amleh N irai %  ninpiled Prom the lirst b.ill tl Wit' obvious thjt the policy wn I quickly iimi although edekata leii fairly raCtilaTU r H BrtiwoAi men did not let up once In their quest. At a result only 24 maiden* .led during the day as ompared with *v on the first day Ol the South Afneim innings ;it Trent Bridge %  "ikinf up real pace, caused England's Mtamea some trouble early end three enswMU f-II for 103 in SO minut. The situation was retrieved Alien left-hander Watan. playini i %  % %  "i. i Teal Mdni I Dan ( of pton These two put on 132 in Just over two hours and looked vet fnr many more when Ooanpt n ingtertous lux.k thsM at Me Carthy's (eater ball and was ihiabt) i b i riom 22S for 3 I lapsed to 231 for fi on to make 7 before being magrilkirdlv caught mi the %  .1 ,i; ..,.) %  Bedasr and Wardle .i complete hie.ikd' Chubb quickly finished off the lalssnders. (Pelasli %  rwgs French Break lip 3 Rebel Italtaliotis HANOI. June II Three regulai ball il atsses hflv. HI diaorganiati %  n the TonkuiK rirM.i ebOUl II I am Hanoi, Ira ft \r'n> %  nnounead Ui das The deatructi t the fabt ol the Bn the Bwaefi whieti !>• I t'nioi, li uli tin ial ta But 1.000 l.l.el hi,I out of the IIKM Ihe .muoiiin cini II 1 100 Tha lamp was made In the hen Mm area -r the .. The Fieneh Army .aid Ihe tiUeC layi Than Hoi operation ad last night About 300 Vietmuih ini|ih ii boen i aptured i i \iu \ rleadajuarters on and dlaorgani atlon ai in-' rebel bawaUoiui would eon* h %  Vlotmtnh i „ lit nf : i mild dalaj ,nv lutura i But some Treiub s*iokrsin?n 'houghf thai the taoei short • Hce lunplles. miwht be i renew their attemp: no mnlter hni. n enmpalsn II mlgh' %  —Iteiiler PAPAL LEGATF. VA1 IC.W Cl IV. .lone 2\ Pope liu \n lode) i %  I Itio I'o Junuiio as Papal Lognte to the Intel Ai i ri an I i s on Cathuiie Bducatten i" lie held In (do lie Janeiro from in AUKUSI 5. —Krulrr. BawJ "id at" Watson went Changr Of NUIIH Truman Asks for 8;Vtr>JMHLM0 WASIT %  anunptlofi %  kba end planee b, dr-p them Amarican cltie He was askr.t Congreie to vole 5J5.00ll.OOf) LONrX>N. is Liberal I'. %  it its Assembly October to attract "radical %  tatee %  —Renter jdevastnting atl Attlee Hurries Haek Home i .'iw. hum ai Prime MIUMM Atue cut short his visit lo Scotland tonight >>;Ian oil crisis !! %  .-. motoring through itu night to til* country homi ''hequei*. near Ixindon lie will lie nt hiVim'nrow •norning A lea of telephoT \tuev M his 400 mile Journey south ir rasa thenanurgent develop M r^porl from 1-ondon. During Atth-*'',ili-.em •• ftt gn SecreUiry H baa i—n in eharaje hi London —Reuter. if ihe iiriiiii were being aakad id stay II, I i raenfa inaarBaeibie dub %  dan "dded ami from both aidea aj tha H "Governnient nvu be sure that whatever those steps maj shall be ready to give them out nipport." position had Ihe Impression that the British in !' %  no means of >eir.,n r.-n. turbanres broke out again. Eden %  aid .' % % %  Ian (Jmeininenl of dlvertiM ravanuas nt-eived from ii Compart] from the actual benefil ol the aatien. The Prime Mhssstai of Persia i not a left Ha Is nid he belnncs II-to-do 'las* which has been kepi eorking people ol the country," H .i.! wi There ino indleation th Mossadeq was prepared lo change his course — "he apparently Is nol in a mi-o,i to aeeepl to-opera' oefv ofTered. I Ihal Brtlaii: was most Bgtxloua %  • "i | %  settlemeni in Persia based on imituid raepacl and mutual understanding. %  wv ua I I laakfU cv.ii d.ite th i 1 is our wish that officer* an I 9 Anglo Iranian ii Comp %  .,. thai %  % %  Unue u> %  ... ihew ifinieiiHHwMl*' %  %  he oilfields %  omawhal i*i.iatei in rn the poealblliO •' pi und It would I-legitimate to move them to At As for the birger bl military uitorvciitum he liau ghran undei-tnkangs thai Brttmn ild do gvoiyltlni % %  ihetr Utt But it would be most iiriwi-. to pet involve*! m Ial nveiueni %  a oUtsteilaa ha %  | can nnlv BB) |M Hie gnnI'rai puvpeni h,ibaeti (at the government t" B4V gU hich must involve miliMi gUBl ittees of on -olhcr" —Reuter JULIANA RETURNS i,i;xEMiioi;mi. luna II Queen Juliana of Ihe Netheriand retui asd b at i .if u i i hree-ilay visi' to Luxemburg —Keuler. THE "ADVOCATE" pgya for NEWS DIAL 3113 Duy or Night. I uli 11 Tor Spying BEAT) Court here today sentenced a 22veir-


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PAOl TWO IIARBAIMIS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. Jl M % % % %  %  I'M Ccuub CaUinq |-y*i;;MC the sbseno 111! im r front • July 14th, tin Colonial Secretary appointed Governor's Deputy. \cellency the Governor and L dv Savate arc going to n short visit as guests nada Airline*. Holiday Over M ;" ,'AT NAPIER. datughfjsMr* Dma N Dominica who had been belMaying In Barbados returned to Dominica vesterdav morning by PtttS mother is a member of the Dominica Legislamcil. On Honeymoon M R AND MRS. Robert Walker s-rndinu their honeymoon in Barbados. They Be* W • IUCI.I vlii Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A. Mm W.ilk.M mat Alicia Evans, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jack Evan* of Caracas. Ml WaUtax who •"• born in New York is with the | irte Oil Company's office in Caracas. The> are staying at the Medal Presented Bride-To-Be H IS EXCELLENCY th. OovAT present in England I %  in Iba pceaencs of *\ SheeUajh Kalmody of San t h e Executive Fernando. Trinidad. She is to be %  rried in Trinidad next year i" Iterday. presented Mr Ahmed AH Isack. wealthy w the Imperial Setlandowner from Pakistan IKto Mrs propesed by letter and will be ks 777/5 BRITISH FILM HAS A NAZI AS HERO By HAROLD CONWAY Freeman I Chikrfi N |) ,,f UM K.V. Daparlmcnt of the Barbados OoneroJ HospiUI [ MrsFreeman iJaaBBBaWaBaVJaWJ wai Imperial s H N p lift nun Meii.il OB the OCcaMon <.f Mn New Year. 1951. in rri''ignition of her thirty -eight years ( liiel.tu! bastes Gminl H Most British film studios avoi, 1 controversial topics like the plague. But a new picture beings* .,, made at Elstree is probably goLondon nsnet month to see|h „ C(inmjVC r!l> bride-to-be •**% %  Ml"-K -1 !" ^ JU title is -So Little Tune". ent to London^four ye. hero-most sympathetito be trained nodel. but then switched to nuisng, Is now engaged on her mid.ie. She completaa hs %  illy drawn—is a Nazi officer. D.M.S.-British Guiana D R. L. G. EDDEY. Meo. arrived hen Here is a new kind of screen i. hero indeed „nles$ you Kin* the .ri.in.n, ." OrlnWr. but will prob„„ aklna adm | ra ,|„, ^ f,|, ,om, ,..„„ M Ihr hcpltol unUI Portm.n'l MsS '" Sh&r tm ~" Selector Heroine of "Sn Litile Time" is a S IR PELHAM WARNER selectyoun( < m-igian girl whose family ed the author's eleven which havo b^,, billed by the Nat's, but cricket match at Westwh „ MU hopelessly in l %  ohoi ground. gnglon _., ,,FMTIF HART Manaeei role since she came to England <" ,,u ..flle.UO Hen \f" % %  K J !" "*" *., unknowr '. months ago. turned I ma later tlM !" , f ^ laSrunent who 1.' •rlUtal'a Marlus Goring Is the 15 v^L^iTrTh SI reN,i. Commander He and Miss Bth 0 D Hethar-for !" !" !" !" 2e veiterda* Sda*l go to Itelgium this month "TSS the ,>asngers leaving ' '"^ !" yS ^* ute, by the C.aaeine W. <£ n Gcrm vhg i ington i'if m Rjirbadoa h Cable and We*l.-v taA . ,fcrence at here returned from TrinlSOIII.M M For St. Vinceni Weddinf M U -anutne B.G Air, ribbaaa B.G. Civil Servant I N holid> at Mi H B Guiana. He arWed neada f even in* That Word nheim LS %  w ile and family the round trip i Missionary, hi* Thev are maklnp \\C. Scout Commissioner WIA -hP">* • %  ' % 1V p,„|,, Mesrtnoane-of the attend I t Mtss Ksthand ts staying at Super MarI Kerth MrC.ilesl House %  Seouts* Aasoc.at.on .., !" ,. c. s-a-tv-, TI#S aoi>ro\-ed the appointment of f-i, m> , vtnessftt tA-taamn -Moner for Raroaoos. •-..' %  Sm^ a rt SSr-J2t? 5-jyt Si &*££ SsT*" %  .:; %  %  -„ %  .: ."; %  :,/ %  :; • F, f nch And t. nl l„h ( \ i n n I MN pasaM psjegJ l £i 1.l:hmsl V* £££* Mr" ld^ ; .?/ ^? M from Guadeloupe Dasrsd MSSTS7 4 Bo*. ass* I welcome the producer* enterprise—though they an aBpari ly not without a certain tr.>(. I %  m it is lam Ttx Balaman *rM; 4 4J anrtla* Itoton). 5 M p m Km*rnaauth Afriea. IMC-nof IB* W**k S W p m awrrh*nl I'r'anm !" i 1} p m CJ*H*I*II (ins. S t P m Pn>.inni< Pstd 11 -UUa I St T SO p m Th* Nawi. 1 10 p m Nr. Analysts. Illpm W' l£i Dia% u p m, Thtn* on Th** Tuitun. 1 oo m Radio N.w.r*l S 1.1 p m Knallsh |,..IIII. | U p in InWilud*. IMP" 1 ,,„i. 0>e Edll'-naU. • 00 p m WorUI (la.r.. • IS P m Faul Adam. IS SS m The Hw, IS IS p n. Inter ludr. IS p in rrom The Thlid Prtifrimm.. )b pm The Dvbai* rHiDAV. jLfnt a. 1 10 00 |> m %  10 1.1 p m n, to 10 p HI Canadiai I ?s alet is 51 M STOLE TROOPS' FAGS LONDON Thieves StaM .i liu.fc aaaa l aiauiK 200.000 cinsrelles from out%  ide a London dock •*'• f*> cigarettes were due to M o British troops flghting In Vlnlaya.—<•) Teeth Loose AQI ATM .TIII> IOOAY .-• TO0.0 • %  '.Only) TOMC-Ht I" 1 um pi.-."'. VKII1 •out OM.\ Slartlns AHK "^VTH Wltn JAM WYATT I.Ot:.LA PAR-WINS MM PABIXV CHAN A>'M UVuHAK •f ,i -i,* —— 1ER o JOAK .. DONALD COOK • %  "" L — *"> ••-' 'IN THE NAVY" MADAM it li l PR f. St NTH I"STAH mi OF l.ti" GLOBE THEATRE THI'RSDAV. JTH Jt'LV. >.3> P M. GLOBE THEATER OPBRim TO-DAY 500 & 8.15 P.M. & CONTINUING I parKiipa om fc + The Festival has m (he fashionable .7*7" Til I I T i irT'l"— CTub Aftrt, h. W T^'T^ d '^7nd .hi. when " mtopm sum | > ih* flr.1 du. .rlm sor* m<-.IS i and gufckly ill '"."u'lV'itt, heard of anything ^. bark ."rTViurn 't lisa'tr, •***: 1 )WS that the public [age t to see are packed become r West Lw> T'l Ttn(h M Mart i*lti Irt L9CAL tAUOn OK l'Alt\lK M l ^.uadcloup* and Mr" !" .miqu lnwlr ..Iinigurl ar.rtf U* local craldw> pominf lo barbd to l*m EnlAmosab %  £•"• 4Tor Fferrhea—Treoeh Maatk %  enely lust l c h lXv i, m these islands close for ci the Natk—1 Anthem Klumrns-.^oTays next mom Annual Visitor vill be no need lor II s one-or two up-and-coming Hollywood contenders. Entr Miss Christie mi Aim \ 11 HI s OF riri Perhaps ,y k from excavating l 3.000-year-old town In Irak. imiiiUT-Novelist Agatha Christie, %  i. Audrey Hepburn is an atconfessing to a broken vow. W tractive voting SOubraUa who A! I.MM. meat or the excavahas done some promising bits and ting was done by her husband. !. %  ,.' m West F.nd revue and Baa MaUowan: he is Prolessor ,-ibiiret Then she was given of An hneology at l^ondon Urn.„„„.„ vemily. Miss Christie as usual. Ever since then Boa ""in beeii wor--i ihe screen c' what seemed to be a lew seconds each. nurde Fiut and archae• she has come she did. Fi back with the script of a new play The Hollow, adapted from an earlier novel; it goes the Fortune next Thursday— BY THE WAY Hy Beachcomber A MAN light ns well .it phtlesMphei llkl., V > ghettf out "f a vacuum sang :i butUaaaSeofc, as trv undei (M rool <>l la uncork .. bottla with J tat*. PesMval buildings We have still to see two other with Jeanne de Casalls as at thai handy bagtrumant if thh ly so, a penny will be enough tn charge for .i poap '.brougci the telescope at the ceiling Anyhow. r.ir IIK> mans pvniilc u-. ilnil I luoklng at things through teleitf Huntuigtlonshlre Cabman, I i read thai lacks the variety and sense q one of the lurprlaa ol that moideri l.n ga telellnl it nhotild place Its ank of garetteertsls. Ilaulsge Book of Ihe Week) Rupert and Simon — 14 L ITBH ii ,ii ACTOM iin-t lake tiiia al (act alus i i7i 31. AttentlTB to rliange. \9) Itaat l>n II I. tautdv liair .1 -. BUI a luln DlctU" mi lS. ISi I Wiir.rn *. A. uui um DfUmn"ii ui u IS) S. fiittW, rtnblrm fl. S>*n >u BiiKin *.niid name. 11 roulO be bream. ,i B. Appnritlon. ll| a. siariitii place trom tht 8lau II. Causes nuirli STOUI SSttoartni |JI ft BMUag eilliet •> aliei *" r U H?* 7 ou, g Donald to ma*. iS, Tlie 'Mouiine-.do. ) la. As a renting place II aeaa mycr raring. ,;n A new .issiNl.int It .(invinM.li alehed an aatn n and %  uddenly', visible to the tuUtad _, aye, i aitootsng >ti.t fuutaad T^ ME w* I Iky. The iKnhi Dunking hha? telescope nil nf Mleiil gun. %  '. Mr"" Wetl, Tadmank :%  saiatanf, %  shouteil Oh, I Kiiy, /<>! Inn KKAii \ lunchaa, said a utnry nf the other day. help i make authors sociaut. •A oreata %  Maodly atmoaphere. I pouring toyli on trpul lad ntcrs. says Jolly Jad Hopkins, ith a light laugh, Thv fin// IH-IIIVVH run plaint of a Socialist member that the Tories do not mind all-night sittings, bei* they have motor-cars to go home in, draws attention tn Ihe pitiful plight of Socialist members, While the Tortai I tilil school ties ;nc n iilintl neilliir iiiif.narslis saying "Home" (with "OKfort VIA, Slopcoraer's accenta") to their servile ehauf f toil No wonder, as he wait-, hungn and cold, for the vehiele whirl will trans|><>rt him to his miser able doss-house, he criticises h homely l.mguage the idle tof who ts by now on teie way to i asl mansbm where, in the *c< D KAH Sir, irom the aaed %  %  %  ( ABC .HI !•.. %  tI Orasp; i'.. un %  )r lam why, when the] had the sliead ,, ( ki'. he cosiriiuard ihe %  the kls§ ii/r.-r breol %  bettlg "' riMi a spsurae aoanaf etle the un.'-ronraiinT, why did COIIMefflor npt/e say to < Faffna-jr. in .ni nnriiM,. aside, Thar gteea old rkdesargh ihe % %  %  '' %  ''' — a awleei "(mil revealed the regrcttobi,nhnldrir ti.'liiiid On, aoei roars fairhiuMi,. irurtel Pod %  fl \inuniln> gujae gkmUjfta Naiionat OaaaMaar of British head %  arvlaa ai OafrafgaM >t PaMkatlon : I* 6d. r "MIIS book begins quietly, with 1 H Kossington and W J Irons, works un to rlimax with J. A. Bull... P Roberts and R thrn tapera off inglv to U J. Skellon I I |. natriek and F | BOUI UUon Though In the genre of the l.:st wing, two butlers await him wit! .i magnum of champagne and ; velvet smoking jacket. f'inmim hi'lr* fvrrrl I TOI.D someone that I ha< read in the paper that u Dan Ish horse had entered a houst climbed on to a bed. and lalnV ad. He looked at me mntlilesv L. Blunt, and ly and asked Why a Danish Itnei dlMDpOtnt';..i %  '• %  There are man. answer such a question. I chose tin '.isonabtei "Because the* mi national colours." i A Large Shipment of CHINAWARE ROSEDAWN (PINK, & GREYDAWN (BLUE* in single units or half or complete DINNER. TEA & COFFEE SETS only ILII CB Would you '1 .. ro. . hja?" i:, • fwn en' HI ihr rr.in. %  i t'id. lorgeti.nit .11 ihi iM the v. nk Singing .... "Wllhoul A Song KEITH S>!ALEY Singing "I Do n -| K11..11 Wliv "Till Tho End of Tim." "Be My Love' "Ole Man Hi* "May Givl Bteis Vou" ll.A/.A Thralrr Brldgetou-n Ulsl 2310 rODAT %  %  •" %  % %  n ni .. OnllniliK Dallr ( M a S SS %  %  MAD WEDNESDAY SUrnna HsroUl LLOYD Wlltl Jimmv CONKIN Oih^r. "vARiETY TIME K R-vu* nf N Spllll# l HitfMitfht. trnm BKO Film HIU T l..n r..l rrmnhU OSSt — OUM Spiral SAT llrd—B SO & Tun Hli In iBolhi SIHTISS IIVSITAUS '.l I i STAR : MASTER DODQ GRIFFITH — 10-ye r-old VorJll.t Wednesday 27th and Thursday 2Xth PROFKSSOR CHAMPINI (French IfaafJdea) And MONAH lM.iitinniii.iii Kliiimh.i ((ueeii) Rap So Simple Simon n taatift 10 in It i pic alter all. he uyi si >\t ,vtl Iht " GAIETY THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES TODAY to SUNDAY BSD Mat SUNDAY — 9 p n "A "ONO IS BOBN" T*chntr a | sr IIOYAL Today Only 4.30 & 8.15 p.m. 20th Century Fox Doublr Waller PIDGFON in . THE HCD DANUBC HOMtSTMTCH %  With Cornel WII.IH". and Maureen O'MAHA ru 11 %  i KAYE vir MAYO

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