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D t Skeete Dut E SUUo.." St
Per No reaaonabl. offer refuaed
W ? SI-JT,
POl-UTBY FAKM iNclud^,-"
b,.,,,,.!,... (1,r M, MM ,.,
fhlranclnB Ur. ( ulr H.l.h,.,a
quiprrirni and other Poultry appliance.
*ell M irrtent .t.k ^1 rhlrk. r
rrtlred ni
AUCTIO!*
ii M
I have
Coil in
aril b>- public Anrtlo.1 at tMMlL *"i
WrdnpHlav the Mill ,it J oiloiK ilaa
Dodffe AmrMilanre Trim. C.h
r>AHtY A SCOTT.
Omfinmriil AuctM .!
:; si in
A wind-blown look lan't pretty
"Amami Wave Set" makes your hair h
eaay to net ao quick ta dry Tttli
non-olty preparation keen- ititlt an
wnvea firm and wind-proof
Ktnoirrfl i,m ii i n-an
\-i-i i mi M TOOTHPASTS
fttart aavhia; -our Amm-l-flwl Tootti
osate Poifj Within abort while vou
rrnv be the winner of on. nf the follow-
!- Prl.e (fcOOO. Jnd nilr SIS 00.
Sir" Prlie SB 00 II 81SBn
Frea-i
HKA.SS1ERR' rwnate B.-
wilh beautiful th.iaiiera We have Atnar-
I..UT atria ni. i.i. in 111 everr l>p- ol
'Kiiie f> K lo SI M Klrpalani Swtn
St-eel II 7 H111
I am Hl.,.,ied to MlH for aalc that
eiy eomforlable *u\- nmifjinw SBllaaJ
.i HwnaaU Hn.,d. o,,,,,
Church II i. n.ariv ahadrd *,U, tree.
Nd i- off the main road w llh open
erandah. drawl- and dining roonta,
badrooma. Unlel a-id balh. laraxe and
ervanu room lofather with the land
m ,hlch It .tanda H ! at fnmwH
auMii.
UMMm ckorpa aaeak M araU aaa*
N ceaii. Sawdaaja M leord. arer M
ord on SwadWpa.
HELP
AaaMtant ArckiTact or taw Atchl
tattura! AaalaUnl raqutraal in Pajrl^f-
Spam oajw-e of buey tirm. raaas be
aajaajfaaja Bnd rapid draualu.maji, le ol preparing wo,kii> d(_-ma> .4

-. I be BfraakfM H BalkaJo..
af. ex-
ry requited to W
ratkin.
R I R A
midad
I 7 SI 3.,
pootiium
Quired lor our offke **!ary SM M
kuas bated e> i-eriaara .nj
t.h..-led.e of cah and account.
HI Irllll Crrtin.-ttte will
i StSSsag q*
| a refereneaja
abould be puatad aiM >!
Glands Made Young
-Vigour Renewed
Without Operation
If you t*al old aafora your um* or eooTer
troin n>rve, bran and phyal.ai w-ann.aa.
..U will Sad naw happlneea and h-atih II,
Ul SllHUSk naaallcaJ aiacareary "
ttoraa raaUXul vigour and yltaiio qadeka*
kan |Laa4 operation. It la a -mol- ho-
SMlaaaM W b^tarm. aia traarlcaa Ix-i* * lulely harmlaaa ud
^y to take, but the n.wret and moat po-.
rial Invtarnurntiir known to acaanra. It
MU djractly on rw f landa, nervaa. and
HteJ ortaaa builda naw. pur* bl"^; and
rorka ao fk*< thai you on a-e and fai r-w
notr patMr and vucour in ; to * hour-
"eeauaa af It" natural ai-lton .m glaJHla an'
-VM. yor brain power mami
ht Often Improva antaalrurty
SSI
eam
bru.idhl
loku
laoaia WaUonaty
is t ii m
I OSI A IOI Ml
LOST
Lost in Bridgetown on Friday ath
'" I a"*, attached by a imall biaaa
hain Finder will be rewarded on
'eMrBtni -anw u. in* advocate
ADVERTISING DF-PAHTMrNT
ki i h i
I ibla amaalna; naw aland ai
T, .ailed Vl-Taba. la ajuan
iaa <-" laatad and proved by '
n Ai-.. nca. and la now avalla
'mini hare (let Vl-Taba n
avail today Pat II to tha teat * ma
m impravamaol In 34 boura Tmfca Ik*
'ufl bottla. wkb-k laata alaht daya. under
.ha poaitlva luaraal" Ikat It nmal make
-ou full of vbrour enety and vitality.
n^nay batk on return of empty na-katie
4ajlll. double-air-natt, bottla of I* VI.
VJ-Taba ^"isjs^"
...i.r., HMkaaa i vn.m.
LET IS HAVE Y0UH ORDFafl
FOR
Irll. I iv.liK. SjUd i ream. Ma>(tnn*lae. HorilrkW Mdlled
Milk Kwoet I oni I mplre Colter. Rre^klwat Hull*. I A It
llruvMilim lor l.i.-lrv 1, mil lli FtM TolTee. r \lr.i
iaraaafl Minis, t'hcl *-.iurr. >,,,.;. Sauce. Helm X I rjv
It. mi.ix ( atiitrd sup<. "-lb. lins I'runes
johx it. i ii i mi a so\s i. in.
NOTICE
I
M

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I I ren-

wrlttan and

Cedjajiad Secratary.

'AMHAIfc
OFFICIAL NOTICE
i ..i .
For
ruiarai applv to
OArtCV A SCOTT.
alaaarlne Lane
T T Sl-3i
baen inalrurtcd bv
.
ofle* lor mi.- bv publl. i
mm Ti..i.|.. n .-, ii.-i, ,,( me
at 1 pm. one IMS. la in- ,M
Velo. blue Saloon ear. It haa r
uaiallvak new lim and in*
riolitery a> (ood ft new Term. (i.
D-ARC-V A SCOTT
Havi
. I,..
UNDEH THE IVORY HAMMER
in bBSb ..i...i.- ,.-ue,i I aria ,.|,
n rrlda* Jul> Dlh at H--
I (;..i... Church Villa** i|j
I I iht Mudaon tar lM M. I.
1 .ed until IPS! In perfect
I arable lor Ti Term. C"h.
Isale at I p m
IN TIH. IUIII Ol ihimi
IN PURSUANTS ol lh.- Chance,, A
mu having: , elSlMlaaj an, M. i,
ice in or arlecltnc ihe nmpert. n, .
lo hrtn*. before mr an imounl ..i tnatr
inienta and voucher. I., be rtamlnnl I
houie nl IS noon and 3 o'clock In the ..lleinoo _.
I'.a.lu n.ildliM. Ilrldaelo.n before the I41h da. .< S.Plri"leT. |m
|...il*d on and i.'nked in-^rdl-a M
ire-.l "i-cii.i Ii i.iherwi-e ... h -aapaaa win |v precluded from
a-.ree ai -
Plaini
I>elenrta
PROITp-n'
AIX THAT <*ita> i ...gar plant..!
pariah ol Saml Joaeph in Ihla laUnd aj
Acie. M perch** of land or lher*abouU
or lale Of Mount Wlllon. Parkea. Rl. hm..
Plantatloru. on landa now lair of W
Quentm and Fred.
abut and bound loan hi v, U
I'll' Sl'\
AN .'i i.>
ibuttira and buundlnd oti L
. Va>iahi. J..|.h llra.1. h
ihe public road or
..I. A
ma..
bid.....
SHIPPING NOTICES
HARRISON LINE
OOTWARD PROM TH2 PNITED KIN0D0M
a 2
Chri-lyi KnulakKt" la a hMtlnd and
antlaepiic EmuUlon (or Chaflna. Sim
bum .Chauplruj and roughncaa of Ihe
h .nd. etc Alwayi keep a bottle handv
ready (or crncegrnciea Price la bot
I.Sli.lirs LTD 11 J 11 ii
IVS.W
fiS -STATKSMW
S.S. ADVISKK"
SS "TBADER'
S.S "STUDF-NT-
SS "EXPLORER"
SS. "SPEAKER
Tha *err 'l"t snpllcatlon of NUo-
darm b.glna to .lrr n-ar pirnpira
Ilk* muni'' Das Nlaodarm tonlgi
and you will Boon *** yuur akin, h.
inmlnr a"ft. Birvinth and clear. Nl"o
d*rm In a. n-w dlicoverr that kill*
nrms and partuilirri on thn akin UMi
caua* I'lmpte., Holla. Red hlotrhr-
*>.'.*ma, Itlnifworrn, an.I I
'.-.
until you remov* tha scrma thiit hi.i
In Iho liny norea oryour akin P
irrt Nmoderm (rum your chamm t.
day uniler the poalllvr luaraiite* lh.
Nnoderm will b.imah plinpl'a
< taor your akin avfl and BCMoUl
Nixoderm El].V'
r.r Skin Troafck. p*-iu.
MOTORISTS
ATTENTION I
.'/V.'^.v.'A','.'.'.::'.::::'-'
FOR SALE
N eOM Road,
containing Betliooms.
Drawinj and Dimng Rooms,
open r.aIUr>. standing on
12,000 sq. (t. of good land,
with wnti
rot kitchen garden.
Frlee : X. MO. fl. .
Mortgage can Ik1 arranged
CECIL JEMXflTT
Phone 4H3
Ova? Knliht*., 13. Broad St
10,7.51In.
rO-DAYS NEWS FLASH
JOIIWIS s M VUONCRV
AND IIARmVMti:
will be rioted
TIU'RSOAY. JILY l?lh
CKIARETTE LIUHTERS New .tylea
different ihapca. all of good quality
and marked Cheap KNIGHTS DRUci
IToaE^ 10 7 11J.i
F9TERHROOK PTNS-Wa hav* them
-ii ao a few loare iiMaa Call early
Knight. iPheonl.i 10 1 SI3n
rKKHE PILCHtw ?*
[at tlil. from our Sod
K..NH1HT* Phaonlai.
Obtainable al KINCIIT't
CFNTS TMHFF PIECK ORAV lUIFil
1IIT ApproalmaM ../e-M m-l S1a
10 7 ii t f n.
OALVANISB SHUTS MB*) gauge Q
ft *7 ii a (I |3 Ik) AI-. Aim ......Hit
Slieet- I II I It lO (I AI llilph
Oeiirda Hardwood Alley. M 7 II In
N'T ROOI CH0COI ATI "AII1
Thcae aie In grenl demand < ...
PtaSBalm 10 ; n an
RECOHDSi Charlie Knnr, Rm
areM*1 Sol II In .lock A R.if.
PAILS Sm-on-lhand Pall* Call I
I >.| II.i
treet Trefer lo a'll by a
II 11 2'
OFTER S Jar. ol chivei
ind alre. for onl
2 Ml M..I I '. I
II 7 M -1.
. irsiims i'mts ion !-:
ol.-.T-.IU:ils Read] packed in Burlap
Bag., each contalna 43 Spring. .8 row
r T sad MlMM.....- I" It- I bl it-d
cuanlllv avallabk. Apply immediatel-
i Th* Standard Agnicv iRdoa. Co.
vi .
Priori.
IS T SI Sn
I'ttlN PI.FX SIIAHPFVPRS- Sharpen
vour Itaior Blade, with thn well known
Sn.rprner They M a I.K* time Edge
KNIf.HT'S DRUG STORE 10 1 31Sn.
wr.l niNCi MATERIALS- Electrode.
in all** of S. I and 101 alao bton/e
.teel and flu. for Ac*tyl*n* welding
Enquire Auto Tyre Company. Trafal-
-i.iy Street* Phone SSM
\ Rave |uat i-ielved an auortment
ol Flnurr and Vegetable Heedi (mm
KMi.HTSt LTD
II : H an
I'Misnvu.
The public are herebv warned ago
glilna) credit to mv wile FLR.ITA
nilATtlWAITK mee I.OVEI.Li al I
not hold myaelt reapon.ible for hei
. Im conlmctlng any d'bt
..I.,
i.. ,
YRIL BRATHWAITE.
Ii.. .-...
SI John
I T M ?i
The publir are herebv warned agalnal
Bvina rradii to mv .(. etta i I I
MaTRTC IIMt Pst1< I do not noiu
M l>er or anyone *kM
eofllracUnl an> debt or d*Ma in mi
n.ni* unle.. bf I -rillei *J i
Yi v :.i a..
-re hereto warned agjnnat
rVUhi credit lo ii. w.Ie OEHALDINF
Uui MR nee Blade*, ai I do not hold
mvaell reaponaible (or her or anyone -lae
any drbla or debt* I" mv
< h. ^ written order sUT.i.<*d
FRANK HOIJIER.
Delamara Land.
Stephertaan Boa
St MKhaet
I
Or :::
Stork-Taking
AaTa-day's G.A. Sr)>
w "Home Sweet Home"
pleasures and rialaeea
though we may ruam"
"there it no place like
home"
. II there
18 A fiAS ( OtlRKR
I Birr Thi* IIUmnni. Haaatr
By inatrucliona received t will art up
r gale by public auction on Thurada*
ril tlie Ilth July al 7 o'clock at Lower
Station Hill. SI Michael, one double
coled houar with ahop attached, and
.IM aq. (1. of land. Alan the Koiiaehold
i.nature Trrmi caah. D'An. A Scott.
A. M..... ST.Sl-Sn
pi in.K Minus
Ten ce-ir per oooi* Una on wtrk-dat,*
mil 12 gaagg par ovule Una on Xhiulaua.
nalinum cMoroe II..) on urok-dnyi
find SIM on Suaddbl.
NOTICK
i for a vacant Rulkeley
Truat Fund e-hlli.ri.iTi (enable al any
flrat or aecond gr.idc H-hool o( Ihe UUi.d
Will b* received ba ....... t.> the Ilth
July ltd!
Candidate, n.ii.i be ani
' .-, I-.
bd
...I |
I tle
A baptiamal certilUiile
Irom the Hendmaaler o(
which applicant atleml. i
pany application Forma o( appllratln
mutt be obtained from me
K MASON.
Clerk. Verfry of t (ic.rgr
10 7 '.I 3 it
NOTKK
r> ." Dll.
BartHuloi
London ISrd June IHh Julj
C.lasgow 6lh Jul> 10th .lulv
Uvarpool 7th July I i
i...nd.hi loth July 24th July
l-nndon 10th July 2Sth July
Liverpool 20th July 4th Aug
HOBscJWARD TOR THfc UNITED KIHOUOM
Wise. Fr
SS Si 111.PTOR" l.i\i i i. I
SS "TRIBESMAN" ,.Lon.l..:i
SS -STRATEGIST" Qraenock
Barbados
ISth .lulv
28th Juiv
.dth .lulv
For further information apply to -
DA COSTA A CO.- LTD.Aventa
Caiiadian Nationul StcuniHliiph
PtRI-ll OF T JOSS
Application* IM m I I
on al Ihe Indge School will be
by th* undanlemed ip lo MS
Tnuradav Ihe IJth Julv, lull
Car.dld.vtra mu.l be the
llaHiliaiwn i" *" ' i
id not lra than S yeara nor more lhan
i .veara old on ihi
. r, .ii Ii .tl l-e h-l.l ii| the School
at 1090 a m nn F-idav the 13th Julv.
- nini can b* obtained
dUtlnd orT.ce daya nod hour*
,|y Bapti-mal crrllAcalra to accom
""' "*....."""; rA.n..
Clerk to Ihe Ve.lri.
St John
1.141
IHE StOAR DSBiaTBtf At.RKUlt
MM BASK ACT, IMS
T" Ihe rrrdltar* balding .atrlallr II"-
agaln.l Ka*.h. rianlallai*. HI l.aey
TAKB WOT1C- tnai I. th* Owner of
the above Plantation am about lo obtain
a loan of *SM under the provlalon* ol
th* above Act again*) th* aaid Plantation,
in rtwpect o( lh* Agricultural year ISS1 lo
IMS
No money haa been bom
the A*rkulldral Alda Act. ISO*, or th*
Above Act ia the ca.e may bei in -e.pect
Dated thi. Hth clav of Julv 1M1
1MOMP KSir.HT
LIQUOR IJCKNSE NOTICr
Tfl appnc-it. "I Okraamiti I
Mo It .. V.rel St Mlch--I Ml 1-'
rriaalon to *-'ll Spirll.. Mall IJajiKir.. *V
al IM *d isMS of No I* Swan Stre.
lotcd thi* Bth day of July 1MI
o II A TAlAtA. Eaq
Police Mfl*lr*le. DUt. "A"
OPtANKT M a i ..
per J K C. GBANNUM,
ApplKant*
N 0 Thi. application .ill be conaid
.... ....:.
Police Court Dl-lrlct "A" on Thurad*
Ihe ISth dav of Jul> IMl at II oclocl
II A TALMA.
Police M isMSa '- D I A
ANDREW II jpfflM
tafadaraUea U'r A****JaUaa
CiO F. It ARMSTROIIO LTD.
UhllXiTOWr *l/HBAl>OS
StLECT THE FOLLOWING BUILDING NEEDS !!
( nirNT (llrunu A- Riifx)
It \K IRON I In .ill Shreal
IM'WIHII Ml I VI tin jll Sliea)
HAM IKMRIl
AIN'TS X KNAMtXS iln ill Brand*.)
All ELECTRICAL ACCESSIIRIKS
And Many Other t *rtul III MS Dm Numernu. to M
l*a> I'S a Vlall hefore n. ,.m. vour Selerllon
Useuhere.
Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd.
THE HOUSI FOB liAHCiAINS)
\.....law gawt __ n,,.H. 'in'., lim.... .;.mi
SAC
IKONS ________*S.2
TOASTERS ____.Sl..7
HOT PLATES SI2..0
"JUNIOR" ELECTRIC
COOKER . WITH OVEN-
GRILL and HOTPLATE.. .-&T2AMI
a
CITY GARAGE TRADING Co., Ltd.
VICTORIA STREET-DIAL 4671
I BEAUTY TAKES
SILK
Say* Helena Rubinstein
NOTICE
Il herebv ijiven 0
ih^t SALEH HAHMAD
- Mahojiany l
.mi is nplyini 0
i rnor f : .1 th.lt
who knows any

grantad shi ul
ten and sn.
the facts to Um
Seercta
- :
II
'.1.
3 ft
'e*****,','**e',*e'-*e*e'.-
siiiiM.?;
WE ARE BUYERS j
Wa buy anything emu..
arlUi stamps
It si..' na, Ae-
OimuUtalMM .mil I
Good prlie I"
t arlhhc4n SUni Soelelr
2 PIANOS I
Jt
and
Musical
other
Things-
nin|oa. Teei.-i
BSCtrtf IVk up Bakellte Anna
. ,
l-i-iio Roll*, Popular and I >>
cal, 7*' ......I-
5
I
L. S. WILSON !
R*BV ST.

I DIAL 4(Hi9
EVERY WISE WOMAN knowi Ihtl thi
_..,.**
.'ippculiii km'! mI llcau -Ii t.'-ii'l '.'. .in i
liiilly fr-miiniit' (tin onMthlng tbsl is
lai ramovwl trora a mmak llkt, nud*u|
SH.K MCE POWDER ipmdl a transparent
film DVtr UM skin DMlDJ > tin- tiny Silk par-
' Ii a |h1 '-Ivi 'i msuarent.
Natural tlnb and hi i rw througli thia
ii irittble Silk lilin
The S. iei. ili, He,ml v It tl.lers mid Cnsmclic
< rtiilioiis of
HELENA RUBINSTEIN
are obtainable at... .
Wm. FOC.AIMV. LTD.
AOBNTI
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
in iiios
i- cm.
\ F S.. I- V A.
FOR SALE
I .
<*>und coti-
llion thi.....-I.....i I'
...i.ge .1.1. ,
I
fin. In.lied
r/maoAU
lotefl inirtri... unit S nniiulei
- I,,..,. I.... .,.'.. 1 llv.
..( I tie le
.......
It I I" I'. I .
nf tha Ealal* Type xrth
-..lull.
-.1..I
n -i
laiae loui
rnch -i.i.l ...
arnica there

'rr aav Th* S
'lr-..... aie l.ige ao.l
i .!.

Th.r,
tub

niodarniaalion taj be carried out
'
'
ground* a..
e.t.nt Wrll |>lante.t with U.e* and
i.ll vartetla*
Ther
i

.i
I
I
:
i um .
ii..
ellent bathing
Hli Mil II I i llh 1 !>. BaMe-
iiu *.u maintal i
ma .u.b*
kBsajaf '<- ! !#".
cn.i.u of an enrloaed galVfT*.
living n-.oi din.ng ... Id
gal's rauni
nd aheuble gJMaue The piitpeTtP

nard arid I. .
-:
RENTALS
I'l I \- \I II \l I ( IIIHOI ,"
tayrella hi
' -HIIIH..I | ll*|. I',v|
rlngton inn ill Michael Modern
: ...
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RAKBAOOS ADVIK'ATE
IWIIM-IMY. JII.V II. IHI
"
night A
aii hi
Itain llanijMMs
League Cricket
III (Mil 1% < l'lr
Unlroll
JUl I
. I..nc IP*U
sunshine, tatn sUippni
the majority ol League game*
La*
A noddu

raial >*.'- Cot tf>p mm

kltnli and an almost total
..bsenre > tits batting
i f both | i








:>5 run* in II am
itvordcd a hair
U




-
1
ing ihf
A

F..I n .
I- aMe i *i-i-i.i o

i not gi\.
tu>m .i chanci
:

In III.Ill,
9TCB :i-l-liit i fence |ool
I
i-aiiRht an

thm bati i i
.it iu& i<>.

i

danger of thai event Bruce Doo-
land and I EnJIeld'i
hope* ..(
ix>wi them oui by lakia
from 51 to 15*i i..-I C
stumpoif'iho amateur of! i:.l.--
in* 1 tiler Rih'y Mm ! d |l
.i :i roi n<
lo what had
been B 0
DM !! run-;
without taking
Sfockifirt were bowled out by
Crompion for 18.1 run*. RamadMi
who hai bean taklni
last aanati np-
rured t artckaai for 4i tuns. Rain
i ra Cmnpton be-
gan their innings.
Raiiuidliin 1ms re-sinr Crompt"'. two year*.
Cast let..n m .
against it. 22.1 for (I wickets, Frank WOmD
who i* sulTcring from Strained
not biiwi in lb
At the close of pi i
scored IS! for :t wb kal H
did not uri going on tnl
nnd V UDS.
In the Ribblrsdalc Ix-iigur Ken
oui ( r a "duck"
larwen hod lo** 3 wickets
for 28 rut stopped
play
The Weat Indlei xi did not play
last Surt'liiy bu1
play a| naatwoo
Barracudas
Win SixOne
BaTTJaCUflai scored their thin
win for tin." season when they da* A lo; ol pi Ops'
Turpin Defeats
Sugar Robinson
ll I*, ii i WiKesn

lot
I
N m\ Insl t0 yaatfl H ;i prnlVssioii.il I
Imd 22 lights und in 12 nf Ihrm I met
IWwi Dkka'l m\ t Idrst brotherhad
in-Ill before I hail. The lip*, lie gave me
m wonderful.
i {ere thi \ .-... . I hnnj Baal, wl*o
injured hand
mm any good
me nil about him. ana when I met him the Aus-
dllhBMMaa e'*vrrii Robinson and
Bat. He goes round in a 17-fon*-
long nun
little one- -if J win
lb- ii ivaai round with
U with my old
o-i.. I.ke jwkie Worrall and
Dango" He lives Hi luxury
hotels I've got my own little
house m Han worth-road. War-
wick.
Maybe his way's rightmaybe
mine is Anyway, well all know
BfWC the night of July 10 All 1
hope i* that I don't let anybod/
down
Worn* Copyright
I M
England Win Third
Test By 9 Wickets






Rnch 1948,
ii it all
British i
. man who
....
Ight.
I'p To Ten
I

the refer*
whan i mat Finch
Twnty tiros year oM Ran
loi|ili Iiitwi. nnu>h Empire
uaatoa i>t
night defeated Bngai
v .< a to beceeae
lasUawetght iliampion
". i, i
*iti inr
Twain.
Hne is Kip final instalment
of in- hi- story a* he told it
lo 1'rt. WllOtl
i i i arti.....i no
-. .
. I.' .1 foul hghb i
I
I lievi i i
I
Dick, but wj
. boxm

*'.*- t> l.'
lag
. .mini,)!, in
I Up I'll'

ii .....iy in Mil
At fJU
hale
pan fn

ouf.
We iifld i........ i.....a M oal



hi-vi) mmtU '
sfur/tihirl'r ht rhc flllh.
There hmm onltf eaa
'
oui Jack John......I
himplon
a riandatlll wa world), and I triad, to modal
t j March. n,y v,vl'- '' l"'- Mocking and
(i,.,( -.. pBrra ing w lib raj
/ ualng ex iggcr itad root t
i ui thing
i'. life Wtt'iout it I'd be
the <-irt of Ihe flflh in his return, builder'* inbourer.
;' '.-''"'. "''' Amhitimis
.;;; so you e, .r ,ha.
Cricket Results
U>NTX>N. July .
Rnglish first class cricket result.
>..
Oxford Univerfiily 177 and 15)
for fl. Camondge liniversity lag.
Somerhet 211, Glamorgan 81
fit 3. only 15 minute* play due
to t.t.u
Yoiksnire 224 and 31 for 1.
Miuulrtax 207.
".' and 18 for 0. Surrey
4S1 for ft. declared.
:i84 f.,i H deelared.
I tor I
and h;t f.M- 2.
I
NofCsV
Ire 111 for 4.
103 and 111
Hi l 8 declared.
, hire "i :* v. i
.. .,
play.
-MY SONS-,
I am proud of m sunn-
proud of in. in ... a lot of
people thought they were
nothing. Hell, my son-
hare ahown them
Randolph Turpln's mothtr

esdeei foci

talici aboNi d".
He snns
.. i light ihera are three
hing! I w.int to do. l
I v.. I I
for 1 R "M holiday with
Mo -(
a? op back
w: load Dtok to
-.ruin om i
But the thing I

her own
..... i
Anil ltil lii-s Tuipln'B molhtr
agi s I aca i'f >
Bggiter and tha mothei ol
fighters. Her blue +\*- an
nearly rlghtkan Si"
very daax Than Bra Inltkua
uit.....> i.i in. lore-arm. n
kfan-fri
tautly.
When
n The Night. After ill. "how
'
world ehamplonr
Ami. of count. Pro
ambHkatfl, I'd Itkg \- open a big
MK'Uil club when 1 retirenot th;i!
that's gm far n lorn-
Tin mil. |UBt 23.

FIRST PRIZE
POH I "F'-SI'AIN. July
I'll- Trlntgad Tun Cjub
take fliart prke
n Will DO 338,480
FELL OFF ROOF
(eatod Whipporayi six goala t<> one
m their water polo mutch ,it thl
Aquatic Club yesterday .ift.-i |
Harold H"^'-i playing in the b.ck
line Bcorad two goali tt Barracu*
das while captain hdsil Brooki
Km Johnson. Kenneth Tgjloi
Keith Armitrong com I on
Dudley O'Neal scored the lone goal
for Whi|pur.i>- earth In

In the at]

i km
Hilly Man Mortb
Weatherhend three and
Fi-jnk alannlng. QeotTroy Jordan
and Rolf Redman eon
Tlii1 bnuru
rstiiee. m Richard (Copt.). Q.
W PhllUpa, V. llnrris. R.
Allevr r
lfarr.v.Ni ftWago. J Chabrol, R.
I am proud of my sonsproud nf
them. Itsay've bad u d" every-
i Btlvei i OM
everything i oould but
much.
Ihought '
Reginald Weeks ii 4.'>
earpenter of Fair View, Chris
' 'hurt h n i in itad al tin- General
pltal when be fell off a roof
r u two Btorey building In r"a
.
1
.ii tl>0 rtof
aha]
..i
thai
down. Well, my sons have
IAOWI tharn I won't say I'm
noi v.i'i r'nht. but
i i Randolph'i
light Hi gOOd as he
rot
No'. This One
! Blntl tin-
i But Rai klph aayi
i wouldn't
i
e nnd watch him when
i d ila u-it.
i i
are.
Turpiis has no pnrtu-ular
in hut he's noi
eajottgft oj it fool in think Mint
he's yoiuu '> id'f our
cralrnrd and uThhottl
bet
V*o*j i out Into a rain-
F. Manning. M. Weal
iThead. r,. Jordan, r roldnian droi
;md T Clarke
Whlapora*-. C O'Neal. A. HlUltl -----.....------------------------
K \.
i: i. .
'i in ifti ioon*i tb lee
jBeiieiiagai r Lopct B Bro I Mgaagba DraBhaw convent.
(CapL), H. R> i loce.
WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
t'ourt of l.rsnd Se^slmis
1U.00 a.m.
Court of Original Jurisdic-
tion 10.00 a.m.
I'olhe Couru 10.00 a.m.
Mx-Iiiik of < ham her ml
Commerce 2.00 p.m.
Meeting of (ieueral Board of
Ile.illh 3.:t0 p.m.
t ntstssMI
The Weather
TO-DAY
sun Rises: 5.43 a.m.
sun Srls 6.23 p.m.
Monti i first Quarter) Ju
It
lishllni : 7.00 p.m.
HikIi Water: H.34 a.m.. 9.
They II Do Ir Every Time
Scene l: outer ornce of
TITWILlCW BlROSCED CO. -TIMS: 1927
AlOffTIMEK eOBSLE SP&AKS-
li\ Jimmy ll.illo
Scene 2: same as scene 1
except for up-to-date furniture
TTMe:i*i-,WORTIMER STILL RAVINS
that Does rrll a man can Ti'
ONLY STAND 50 MUCd!! THIS Sj
IS FINALlI FR/OAV 1 WALK. \
out!! tm imroloh i!r oorrt1.' j
UNDERSTAND? ^___ ^S
r-nm LONDON. July ,o
England fH-"i South AJnea bj
ickau in the third Tesi
roneluded at Old Trafford today.
Jr-pite the best efforts of the
and fiqueiit :nterrup-
) i-m.
snitlands danger period was in
naif hour last night.
and Chubb un-
J-mahcd a ferocious onslaught
Vp- Ikin and Huttor.. Both
i-a-smen received knocks on thi
I body from balls wMeh
i ^- quite sharply off a good
i nfth. But. tie they held firm, and to
rawly denied the honour
king the neeessary rut* for
\ ton between ,_emIkin being
t .' a hen the total wa* lg short
HuttOD again gave a grand dis-
r iy on a -icket where the ball
played strange tricks, but which.
was too wet to assist
lag*, HU 98 not out wa*
.n >u under three
| i from B difficult
i *nce ofl MoCarth] bumpei
v in n In the BO'a, he batted wttaV>
bt i daw.
Thai kaJeed bast been noteti
StHtth Africa bal-
Ung -hi tb.- ilrst dav. when con- %;[,.a, ,
dillon* were probably at their
l.i mo' More well against
bey fought bach strongly,
when England wa
caught on the damp i
F H ssrOernS rescuing act wns,
not one moment loo soon for the
eventual a
Again. wh"n n looked as though
England might ctmcA n
the Saturday. Cheelham and
Rowan held out. and finally, i*
waa Bedser and then Mutton who
brought England '.dely home.
No onr could have antlelpal ni
such a Arm fight when the
Test commenced, and South Af-
liron prestige has risen eorsider-
ablv as a result of their efforts
The remaining two TWB I
be SCORES
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PAGE KIOI1T RAKBAOOS ADVIK'ATE IWIIM-IMY. JII.V II. IHI night A AII hi Itain llanijMMs League Cricket III (Mil 1% < l'lr Unlroll JUl I I..nc IP*U %  sunshine, tatn sUippni the majority ol League game* La* A noddu %  %  %  •raial >*.'Cot tf>p MM %  kltnli and an almost total ..bsenre > tits batting i f both | i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  :>5 run* in II am itvordcd a hair U %  %  %  %  1 ing ihf A %  %  %  F..I n IaMe i *i-i-i.i o %  i not gi\. tu>m .i chanci %  : %  %  In III.Ill, 9TCB :i -l-liit i %  fence |ool I i-aiiRht an %  thm bati i i .it iu& i<>. %  i %  danger of thai event Bruce Dooland and I EnJIeld'i hope* ..( ix>wi them oui by lakia from 51 to 15*i i..-I C stumpoif'iho amateur of! i:.l.-in* 1 tiler Rih'y Mm %  d |l• %  .i :i roi n< lo what had been B 0 DM %  !! run-; without taking Sfockifirt were bowled out by Crompion for 18.1 run*. RamadMi who hai bean taklni %  last aanati • nprured t artckaai for 4i tuns. Rain %  i ra Cmnpton began their innings. Raiiuidliin 1ms re-sinrh Empire %  uaatoa i>t night defeated Bngai %  v .< A to beceeae lasUawetght iliampion ". i, i *iti inr Twain. Hne is KIP final instalment of inhistory a* he told it lo 1'rt. WllOtl i i i arti i no -. . I. % %  .1 foul hghb i I I lie vi i i I %  %  Dick, but wj boxm *'.*t> l.' lag .mini,)!, in I Up I'll' %  II iy in Mil At fJU %  hale pan fn %  ouf. We iifld i i a M oal %  %  %  HI-VI) mmtU sfur/tihirl'r ht rhc flllh. There HMM onltf eaa %  oui Jack John I himplon a riandatlll wa world), and I triad, to modal „t j • March. n, y v,vl ''•'• l "'Mocking and (i,.,( -.. pBrra ing w lib raj / ualng ex iggcr itad root t %  %  i ui thing %  i'. life Wtt'iout it I'd be %  the <-irt of Ihe flflh in his return, builder'* inbourer. ; •'• %  '.-' '"'. "''' Amhitimis .;;; so you e, .„ r h a. Cricket Results U>NTX>N. July . Rnglish first class cricket result. >.. Oxford Univerfiily 177 and 15) for fl. Camondge liniversity lag. Somerhet 211, Glamorgan 81 fit 3. only 15 minute* play due to t.t.u Yoiksnire 224 and 31 for 1. Miuulrtax 207. ".' and 18 for 0. Surrey 4S1 for ft. declared. :i84 f.,i H deelared. I tor I and H;T f.M2. I NofCsV Ire 111 for 4. 103 and 111 Hi l 8 declared. hire "i :* v. %  %  i .. ., play. -MY SONS-, I am proud of m sunnproud of in. in ... a lot of people thought they were nothing. Hell, my sonhare ahown them— Randolph Turpln's mothtr esdeei foci %  %  talici aboNi d". He snns — .. i light ihera are three %  hing! I w.int to do. l I v.. I I for 1 R M holiday with Mo % %  • ( %  a? op back w: %  load Dtok to -.ruin om i But the thing I %  her own ..... i Anil ltil lii-s Tuipln'B molhtr agi s %  I aca i'f %  > Bggiter and tha mothei ol fighters. Her blue +\*an nearly rlghtkan Si" very daax Than Bra Inltkua uit %  > i.i in. lore-arm. n kfan-fri tautly. When n The Night. After ill. "how %  world ehamplonr Ami. of count. Pro %  %  ambHkatfl, I'd Itkg \open a big MK'Uil club when 1 retire—not th;i! that's gm far n lornTin mil. |UBt 23. %  FIRST PRIZE POH I "F'-SI'AIN. July I'llTrlntgad Tun Cjub take fliart prke n Will DO 338,480 FELL OFF ROOF (eatod Whipporayi six goala t<> one m their water polo mutch ,it thl Aquatic Club yesterday .ift.-i | Harold H"^'-i %  playing in the b.ck line Bcorad two goali tt Barracu* das while captain hdsil Brooki Km Johnson. Kenneth Tgjloi Keith Armitrong %  COM I on Dudley O'Neal scored the lone goal for Whi|pur.i>earth In %  %  In the at] %  i km Hilly Man Mortb Weatherhend three and Fi-jnk alannlng. QeotTroy Jordan and Rolf Redman %  eon Tlii 1 bnuru rstiiee. M Richard (Copt.). Q. W PhllUpa, V. llnrris. R. Allevr r lfarr.v.Ni ftWago. J Chabrol, R. I am proud of my sons—proud nf them. Itsay've bad u d" everyi %  Btlvei i OM everything i oould but much. Ihought Reginald Weeks ii 4.'> earpenter of Fair View, Chris 'hurt h n %  i in itad al tinGeneral pltal when be fell off a roof %  %  r u two Btorey building In r"a • %  1 %  .II tl>0 rtof %  aha] ..i thai down. Well, my sons have IAOWI tharn I won't say I'm noi v.i'i r'nht. but i i Randolph'i light Hi gOOd as he rot No'. This One Blntl tini But Rai klph aayi %  i wouldn't i e nnd watch him when I %  d ila u-it. i i are. Turpiis has no pnrtu-ular %  in hut he's noi eajottgft oj it fool in think Mint he's yoiuu '•> id'f our cralrnrd and uThhottl bet V*O*J i out Into a rainF. Manning. M. Weal iThead. r,. Jordan, R roldnian droi ;md T Clarke Whlapora*-. C O'Neal. A. HlUltl %  K \. i: i. 'i in ifti ioon*i tb lee jBeiieiiagai r Lopct B Bro I Mg aag b a DraBhaw convent. (CapL), H. R> i • loce. WHAT'S ON TO-DAY t'ourt of l.rsnd Se^slmis — 1U.00 a.m. Court of Original Jurisdiction — 10.00 a.m. I'olhe Couru — 10.00 a.m. MX-IIIIK of < ham her ml Commerce — 2.00 p.m. Meeting of (ieueral Board of Ile.illh — 3.:t0 p.m. t ntstssMI The Weather TO-DAY sun Rises: 5.43 a.m. sun Srls 6.23 p.m. Monti i first Quarter) Ju It lishllni : 7.00 p.m. HIKII Water: H.34 a.m.. 9. They II Do Ir Every Time SCENE l: OUTER ornce OF TITWILLCW BlROSCED CO. -TIMS: 1927— AlOffTIMEK eOBSLE SP&AKSli\ Jimmy ll.illo SCENE 2: SAME AS SCENE 1 EXCEPT FOR UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE — TTMe:i*i-,WORTIMER STILL RAVINS — THAT Does rrll A MAN CAN T i ONLY STAND 50 MUCd!! THIS Sj IS FINALlI FR/OAV 1 WALK. „ \ OUT!! TM IMROLOH i!r oorrt 1 .' j UNDERSTAND? ^ ^S r-nm u under three | i from B difficult i *nce ofl %  MoCarth] bumpei v in n In the BO'a, he batted wttaV> bt i daw. Thai kaJeed bast been •• noteti StHtth Africa balUng -HI tb.ilrst dav. when con%;[ ,. a „, dillon* were probably at their l.i MO' More well against %  bey fought bach strongly, when England wa caught on the damp i F H ssrOernS rescuing act wns, not one moment loo soon for the eventual a Again. wh"n n looked as though England might ctmcA n the Saturday. Cheelham and Rowan held out. and finally, i* waa Bedser and then Mutton who brought England '.dely home. No onr could have antlelpal NI such a Arm fight when the Test commenced, and South Afliron prestige has risen eorsiderablv as a result of their efforts The remaining two TWB I be * — W UBJ shoes, to n.is muster in company, must be spotless, immaculate. Use i|kt> Propcrt's While Renovate >r Propcn's siumhue. No .^?:;i-^dncra? When they are healthy they help to niter impurities oot .if theayatern. When they grow -loggiao, these impurities acnmulate and the resulting ron^esbon is very often the cause of ttackachc. De Witt's Pills are ipectally prepared to invigorate sluggish kidneys. They act directly on these vital organs, act %  a toni-. toning them up and speedily restoring them to theu nararal activity. Relief from kache follows as a natural coosequetKC. Fo* over half a century De Witt's Pills have been bringing relief to sufferers from backache and we ban received countless letters of gratitude from all over the world. Ge* a supplv from your iheroist today. OUR GUARANTEE : De Witt's Pius manufactured under strictly hygienic conditions and the ingredients conI form *o rigid stands ids of purity. I DE WITT'S PILLS foKgaaBss*sr OHJ re/eat(w Bat. Sec n at youi nearest Parker Bssssarl . it's wonderful to own—and a perfect gift! PrtCM Rolled r;oid Cop $24.0S I.uMltalyv Cop S19.7T • Nfw "oTO.nii mils • NIW INK 'LOW CO-tSNOS • NIW eii-GLAss aisiavoia • NEW VlpSlI INK tUeKl I./ J enter |TVM ssfHsswai 0a>i£e>!, a/ -uttrt&ti mast uton&d'pern. \ v Du i lrlbllloei 'tr Barbados \. S. 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\WI.\l-li\Y JII.V 11. 1*51 B Mil. MM.-. \|i\l>( \ II r u.i niKi r. PLAYING FIELD ENQUIRY ENDED ADDR1 %  i Ad Attorney General Hon. I I Field, Mi E K Walcotl and Mr. E. "D. Mottley coniludeU the Princess Alice Playing Field Inquiry at the Council Clumber on Monday evening. Sir Clement Malone was the sole Commissioner. ly pressing one. It wu to be imitf-^ci I November. Rainfall The Attorney General said that when things of that done, they arouse suspicion and the public began to smk i Prom ..tti'n ha n he tiad at lus disposal, there was no suggestion of fraud on Mr. Tudof*s paii Other Churchwardens had told him that they would have •icted in a different Bra* if Miov had thr 'r..iltrr 10 "<'.'l with. %  As in Itaa Qu es tion een the proper per.iif. ceitain vouchers %  M UM.I in hta capacity as Building Supervib-ii %  Having fallad to utilise the service 1 <>f thaga od being Chut nnd Chnirman of the Playing Fields i:ommmee at the same lime, there was no one to pro%  roXV the vouchers. "As to tne Question Of hnts." he said, "you have heard how th-' tenders were nskrri for." The question was, he said, that having received three and opened them, n fourth was reeelve.1 whlota happened i>y man co-ln(idence to be the least. It served %  useful purpose since i: was cheaper. No matter what method Vfai ad opt iv, n wa> cheaper, 'Plus tender was awardFrancis through her rally* to remove than huts Si %  well Th.Imt wrre ramovad to tha Roof under bit bj i-H ( % % %  iidilions and (hen it was d by Mr. Worrell the contractor that part of the hut %  .. .ma*. "I am not goinn to comment on the various allegations which have been made on this hut and the jieople that removed it." he .said I myself feel that they %  hOUld have mow : %  %  1 (!i> not know Of anv evidence which eonnaetf Mr. Cox to the unlawful disappearance of this hut" It had undoubtedly been stolen. Politics The Commissioner, he said, wi uld appreciate the fact i*iat although i"' V*e %  %  poUUeal body, matters of u poliIM i RavOOT were discussed there and it could well be real ;. lot of eao allegations leamed to people poMUealb %  It |i no concern of said, "and that is why I do nut think it is necessary for me to rimment on the varii Two experts hurl been called WOO had given estimates of the %  lie.imp at present, %  liuiliiing of a similar design and Bhte. The mest .striking thing about then* evidence If the difunounte allocated to labour. Mr Coppin DDt it nt a minimum of Go per cent of the labour to %  %  < %  value off the material Mr Franklin did not agree with that figure. Tiny had heard running through the enquiry how such a Luxe amount of money wag used. Mr. Coppin eould not have been more generous In ins number of workers than putting It to tB If they read the documents they would soc that 51) peopla ware employed in bulldinc the 50 by 40 building. Mr. Tudor had said that he got ri .... %  at iaaat IS were employed to see the others work "Jfcatement'. have been msde about the rainy weather." he said, "but I soe from the rain figures at Central Station that far from have been a drought. "I .till say that he should have taken nil committee In his confidence and not go purely on his own.'" The fund.*; were COM rnmeni fund*, not i ..he said. Mai that the $5,000 would tie marie available to Mr Tudor when he submitted the %  %  : DC WOtfid let hun have leader. That should not he taken literally as funds .rre still passing through the handr of %  Acer. "Whatever good o. „vtl may come out of it," the Acting Attorney General said, I niW hope It will have served ., useful purpose n* there arc still a lot of playing ... be built." No Fraud Mi F K Wnlrott nddressing th* Commission said "Naturally it is a pleasure to hear the Alloir\(\ General say that so far is Mr Tudor is concerned, there question of fraud." If an inquiry, only half ai thin ough as what had been o.nr Ihere." he said, "had been done ni II ihej had )iad I %  er to help them out. Ihere would never have been need for the inquiry then. Not that It had not done good for whether a man acted rightly or wrongly no harm was done bv having an investigation. "M\ wftrntgaioo is," . But Mr. Tudor was able to live them the pavilion within live months "His evidence, at no time, was BUCh .itO suggest that fW WI ti %  ing to shelter behind anybody. I answer to Mr. Mottley. lie candidly said he took the blSBM foi everything. The Acting Governor wanted it done at once and in a hurry Th* Funds came from the. Governor-in-Kxerutive C" i and he regarded the G* Ihe proper person to be pleased. As Mr. Tudor said, he visited regularly and acted sometime* under his directions and certainly with his consultation. It was to lie gol ready, was said, for the arrival of Lord lastowel." There were two ibsent rrom the Inquiry, both off whom would have IMMMI serving the client and the commission. Mr Perowne was somewhere In Persia. They had not had tin advantage) of seeing him. They had, due to the scrupulous Ogra off the Attorney General, Iwen allovnd to sec certain minutes of Miss Betty A. M sinhad noted th %  been in active touch with the St Michael Vestry v/alea was going ahead with speed in the preparations of the Beef Ground The i re taught Since JuiH and were not brought down until uuend of September. The matter came to the Wetrv SI an extremeAlthough the maximum rainfall week, it v.as on many days, aum: revent work. I '>of,'" he said, "that what Mr. Tudor and M mart said was tiue. that for five weeks it was prssaieafl) %  to do much work One found oneself in a position of having to work shorter hours a day and that increased labour cast Whether Mr. Franklin like.* ll or not. we are dealing with highh %  'igitiiMNi Trade Unions Von will expect that labour, us distinct from material, would go up It was to be noted, he said, that wherever there eeei •Id cut their material coet down, but the labour would go up. The Attorney General had sugge*ed That there had been no iraud and he took it to mean there wai ao question of any money eing bexn carried awav and merely a question of it heine improperly si>eiit. Improperly Spent "As tO Ihe Question of it Ix-ing improperly •pent," he said." thai is aherc Miss Betty A me will help Ui Tneri Wai no question off the Governor not pressing Mr Tudor to get it done It all hail to tail down to the qne'Iion of whether the Goven ::e<| as to how the none) wai ucnt There was B0 reason to ball* than that if Mr. l'ero*ne was present," he would have been able to prevent a waste off time It uas tirserstood all along ti funds would be required and Ihe Churchwarden draw th. I or's attention to that. Thai would note further from the minutes-—" for providing an eight atfej held witn H timber built bouse, ipaeialb adapted. It will cost Jlfi.son This does not compare unfavourably with other schemes of th*' Voatn end i have ti PWasu ra In supporting UM nsInst'was Miss Betty Arne'i note If anything is to be thown it Mr. Tudoi." he asked, 'what is u> be thrown at Miss Arne who hnd lo be there to watch this money ? whose job it wan." Miss Arne further stated that expenditure on that scale could not be envisaged In the other schemes. The question then pros, who bad suffered, the public oi ernment. They weir not ktoMng as some seemed to think to.a bcspe goat. Th inquiring into the matter. The mult that eould be done to him — and that was a question od stl —was allow him lo say like what Napoleon himself might have sam when he WSJ -l RUM n "If J had known." Tlie Attorney General had mentioned that the Clerk el the Cominittee should have twen used. Tlie clerk hud every right to refuse. Mr. Weatherhead said h > would have fired him. That was stupidity. "At oil" Ve.-ll> II etillg Ml TVcntherln-ad %  UggeStOd*' said Mr. Walcott, -that the clerk of B Vestry is the Head of the Dapasl ment. Tii.it „.,nonsonsa.* 1 Again, should a man deal with a nrin who kivpi i n.'.' %  I against him*' And although ha asked Mr. Ramaaj for plans and Kpccihcatitins, he made no attempt to follow up the matter. A Car/tenter "The only person who could have told that some B| th* ) i lepreeer I it waa true to > %  % that .is an increase off IU4SJlf as compared with the corraapondtng quarter of iso. Kxpnru of domestic pr*duce during the quarter were va'ucd at s4.0S0.521 an increase off $2,048,881 i ver the correspond in c quarter ol IffeM, Ma)or i %  si.MSaWi. with the United l.dirdom second ,Sl.;2.41ti*. froni bldH i were valued t Sasg.nss from Trinidad MOaJtt; hrom Itritish Guiana sS8tf,484. fiom the Unite.1 Slates . America P4T.TM; from Argen11 ii i Highest value of import* was irtaehlnary ($52J.2fttii %  NOBSJ IghSM value was flour and -. rnnteal ($MMBI8I. Hnchest valaea off exports ware ugai 48V34 a* comKh the .orres|>ondin i 195(1 anil BBASBBWb I V 30.10% ol the estimate tf ij.aeo.oorj. w Xour Vox DISCHARGED i | inHO el Juatlei Sir Alia'. t the COUIL Mondaj wheii Mr w w 1 I foi tin Ctowa, eniinlle proseaui in the an %  n irglnj nun with manaliughtei. I Ihe O in' thai %  %  ihere was furthei invi the cose %  undei ihe Road sod Tvaflb A* I v the Police. behalf "1 HoWi RED FISH COME \ largo i etch i f ri--r: was landeado>. HARBOUR LOG In Carliile Buy 50013 Allt* I KAMBUKS IT0, iOrNOON H A C T [ j| C C rkkll VINEGAR Iti Pun %  Its Brewtd from MaHtd Barley SEE THtl T0U GET — ROSSE & LACKWELL GENUINE Hall VINEGAR Lecti/Afenu • T Geddei Grant Ltd B-idftio*" >Wt .1 COAL RUSH CONTINUES The rush lor chut coal on the WSSSVffrOnt i %  uln %  • 'in ..! %  %  %  ..linen. M.'iala. with I suiijiU CharOOal from Hritish OUBBBg, Out Ji Jeiarrive*! during the morning wilh a Ion ot lighl rsssreoel Irean Si Lucia Tha Id) Jtj Towd to the %  % %  inii 1'eoffle dirt not (lock to Meaira. Mannings Co.,coaJ eard for vhai• i • %  : %  %  ... i wen..in HI that i...ii yard or afoaoay Testeraay the yard w emptj > 1. M V %  • Fv*c**or s. % %  ii \l \ l.tOv Ii Vh |l ; k X %  i Bj % %  I. 1... at nuns n l*o .1 i. i ii..,a—i. %  i %  ,i B. Cro AIIRIVAU* iir\ ceal %  inMng iMi.k. tWM-%  ti N J it uaa BBS. 1, : IKi %  r. HVfirvti i u lean RM %  s i Li g v Prat %  %  .., Baal Htuh Kates of Exchange inTH Jl'l V iMl WAIIA iliHllMlPS Nr( u .itl %  I (ii 1-liMl.ir. on Baodvi 1. KLIM: .Mfcall 2. KLIM h.vp. wiiimi ..(..,...n. 3. KLIM quality It %  Iwiyi walUrai 4. KLIM It .ILIM I.. ft.U .lHr. 5. KLIM tilt mrMMl H •••>•* •" % %  •< KLIM is recommended (or infant feeding i.hini MRi lo %  II ih.. %  I.I.I.. hi IM *.. MAIL NOTICE v IS im i u.i. n AagSH -u.i Mi., HI KIIW le I i wlM. .ill I. rlHM M IM •;< )•• %  . isat M.il. (..I Ttinidud i. le* tel I t> .ai tsi mn .i hnsee! ttmcr -. I'ni-ol Mall -nil Mrfliliml M< UrdlMry M-ll ..I I >. i II| I ill "PEEK FREAN Him rii vs BBgfK IIISI i UM OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING STORES TRY THESE FAMOUS PARTY AIDS CHEESELETS MARTINI CRACKERS PLAY BOX TWIGLETS Etc. Etc. DELICIOUS & APPETISING 99 BROADWAY DRESS SHOP A SMALL SHIPMENT OF AMERICAN DRESSES BROAD STREET — TEL. 38t5 I.I IM ...ilk .M* \Ys r ,rc. lulli nourish digrti. Thi i h II '•• '/. KLIM ll ml. la tha .preiall, po(Wd tin t, KLIM it praincvd BJBBV iMBSBsJ caetrel KLIM SB MILK rilST IH BIIMRINCI THI WOULD OVIR cer i" B#u>*" r uwsiim St"" Do You Suffer Distress From fmooic fffMtfm which nukes you SO nervous several days before? io fttmirr f UHI>II unniini ill* ( %  ruakr |)> l*Ut fc*/Of iu\tr piii J I INi >t>r< Uklti l.ill i. I'l ham's VMPtaitir r,.mp.iunfl lo in"p nali .,ii.i." in. Nu oi n.Hdteiit* of Hi" Hi* fiw "• iiu • urn a Ions Ti-flra of BUMHU I'IN.II.N i onayui I < % %  l^llr. HiM asOMBSl 1-IT, blllalMI L i|.-l mi'-'.' anas u-n^ 1 it* Tiii| I'I# ironian • t'" %  lha im to carry on your srork chaerfutty and *fficleml*. O 'Ovaltinr' ptoviilca alcotraia. IncluJ' las vitamin*, of ih highcar BBBBSSfre value darived from Naiura'a 6B,, i feoda. Tea famous 'fTislBBlS' I aim. war* citaliliilird lo %  * the hlghr.l •tradarda oi quality foi tKa mall, milk and egs* uacd. Bacauaa of Ita outatanding nulritlva qualltlaa 'Ovaltine' la Ideal for aSOTf member of ihe faniilt. at any lime of lha day. At a bedtime Ixrv too. It la awarywhere atkn -:> %  !., 1 ai a reliable aid to rcatoratlve aleep. iuund. oatural. Sold m attiighl Hmt Ly all ChimtiU and SaaffH Quality /.as ma dr Ovaltine the Worlds most widely used Food Beverage IMPORTANT NOTICE We will be improving our Downslairs Premises beginning from Monday 16th July, but will continue business on the Second Floor as usual We solicit the co-operation ol our Customers and the General Public. CORNER STORE MANNING & CO.. LTD.



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PACK FOl'R B.AKI: MillMiMK \ll WIIIM-IIW. -H I1 II BAKM^_SjS_Am r OfrfTE Prtnt*d by thm Ad>i-i >o. W.dmsdav. Julv II. 1951 llll I AMI IT HAS btSJI olluuillv anno,.i the Government will release five acres of land at Dodds and twenty nine at Seawell %  il in small plots, In thil n :> %  tallows a long 1 sstablWbed pra ct ice of the plantations to ''' la bou %  • The decision is to be wck-omeu. It offers an opportunity uunining the question 'if land settlement m Bsrbf tins and it sflordi the Government the means of open. operative scheme in agriculture The details f the matter will undoubtedly be left to the of Agriculture and it is most unfortunate that Barbados has no Cot .pei alive Officer, if the Government hail not been so unmindful of the needs of the future it would have been possible to appoint an officer to succeed Mr. Cave and who would, by now, have returned from training. The absence of such an nlrker should not be allowed, however, to prevent the launchscheme. Theie arc certain fundamentals which must be observed. The land at Seawell can be divided Into tout acre lots and should be leased to people who are solely agriculturists. Those who follow other callings and lake land cultivation as a side line should be debarred. II a four or even five acre plot is re^ardi-d as an economic unit the land should be so divided and the number of applications should not be allowed to influence the division. Uneconomic holdings would defeat the scheme and probably be the undoing of the co-operative movement in Barbados, With the Government Agricultural Station at Sayes Courl in close proximity and the officers of the Department in constant supervision it should be i | v. having collected lessees from various perishss, tO l'->k alter the supply of manures, the use of machinery for cultivation, proper methods of tillage, proper attention to animal husbandry and the rotation of crops. These are the essentials for .success in such a scheme. In this way the merit of co-operative BOCJetisS would be proved. As there is no %  | iblished marketing centre for the disposal of the crops, the Seawell Co-OpC I 1th • as it might well be called, should have the opportunity to supply Government InstttUtions with such provisions and vegetables as are produced. If the land is l*-.i>I (01 .1 spsciflad short period tins Brrangemsf] would have the effect of allowing a review at convenient times. Lessees whe had not fully complied with the terms of ti<" IsBSS could be removed: the success of UK) Cooperative could be publicised and would .< as an impetus for the formation of otrtSf -ocieties. It might be that Indlvidualawho bad It ssed plantation lands would then be willing to Join a similar movement in their parish. The scheme has the merit too of bl 111 n about effective land settlement, a question which has not been seriously examined but which needs now to be. In the I I changing ondittons it is clear, thai In > community almost wholly agricultural people should lie encouraged to remain on the land Instead of joining the Jobless group, li can only be done where there is some attraction. The rewards from labour must be such as to afford %  reasonable standard of living It is discouraging today to find that although it is known that we depend on agriculture there are tracts of land in this island allowed to go out of cultivation because of lack of laboui and in some cases because of bad management. And the same people who refuse to work as agriculturisti here join a scheme nibsiensad by Government to work in fields in the United States of America. The lesson is clear Proper land settlement or well-conducted oo-opcralive %  ehasnea will keep people on the land. The) will be able to rear families and to enjoy a reasonable standard of living TWi will prevent agriculture becoming the Cinderella of occupations and will help to mainlain the economy of the island. A Century Of News Thrill* _^__ '.ifhlinji w Il %  • %  I I w %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .^ ' %  : < -i %  i22 th.ut ..nil hidden Bv STANLEY (l.\RK It*ut.-i ^mrd one of It ".t.nn | "' hml, %  I I I-,-hft "" %  Tomh i Vail '< %  • %  "l".lml...v %  ValeSJ , vh „ wm OBI the imlliunaire'a maim | *ld f.me as c ina owi...iir I w: '' wm *£ whe:c Mahatma GamSii. apostl.•• disjfi "' authori%  'lead, is ha daad? C amp,he slorj to Th.Time*. London. I--II shouted "Don'I know, rwl" %  (l Luxor knows . man flred four ">***_ until lie WDI certain that thr lu> llll.N\lfl WKKSTH l> i -inspired by the thaappearng dipl' ; %  Ding mart n l^>e Bevan (right). Reuters. and tini la land bj on D-Bas Yarm Li %  %  %  il mtrrnntional new* who h %  ... I 1 I world f'>r ,i limnlred years. Nobody knows if dM ,„ doi* ; t ,.i %  it* v,.„. spued < imphsmd He had I a i K f K.... OM ol Mi i >K M, <( th< loml) I of U • %  i, t driva w,.v iwi %  I %  '• %  l c : Chin-deep In Bltb I — %  r**UnS Vsrro ... I„m rapidly across tothe .-If forward -lay Wen ^ t I moment I >" e W Who did B U* 1 "* „ory. He had ..l thought of all my friend* and anything to anybody Roy You %  .. What UM <.fnre would don't kn.n-iMU, h;id us.-.! M a In-raft to i %  fr-im the enemy fulU the iTW P I i\ice was euirtod which bi-ouKht sn out uf UM hrlr;ii;uTcil clly. Thi' ihow the half-starved i Uon were nahung cm were datelmed: "Reutvr-Havw balloon service First With Lincoln Assassination But il has not I*•- % %  i onl) wars iinri rumours of WI.IH that have EMiioi lorraspoi .i sf news baafai, When Prtalcwnl Uncoln was assassinated bv John Wilk.-s Booth in Ford"* Thoaln-. W..*hini{ton, ISA. on April 14. IHIi.'., the newi reached NSW Yoik only (iftri the weekly mall ship had left for Europe. U %  laba i'i -. and M".'S|>.I[-I u)iroapondenji used t" lend their i . %  b hip While the unils (is Uie pld plied rcvcrberii'oi fron UM shafl Two hour: i'> my deadline for the Londoi . %  "Tinnotn of UM pa I Tlic.| • ii Carnarvon (In chars* of the excavations) shot likirockol oui .,t tba dark entranc %  U death, and th. %  wool mi rtamins dWm i inin atu looa three puB (lui | | %  : Lack int.. tt.. SA CLOSED I WlUUnM had only few mUUltl hu deadlme | Bsyptlan toon : '\from the tomr. %  %  ru >.' ha said, racnovlBj his wn lioiuni'. .vail I, bow. • % %  ., it true th;d Up nrci phaH?" N... no,* 1 in m-d the fut man bn <>nl> one." "Quito phUQ, they tell me." %  •No. tu." OM Bsyptlan adi %  K al n it It mapdi docormted, all 11 ic and eolcL" Thai he % %  uni and let < %  young steady monotony. Most of the stall '"' •BSW ^' %  • %  Bui the report? .i.mi.s ICcLean, Rautar 1 conescrowded round %  Campbell typed *•*< Iha river bank %  pondanl in New York, rhnrtered the fust RMaaan: "Gandhi shot the mesage B ws and chaaod UM mail ship. n t four timca—worst fcurcd." K wrlUng UM story on UM way. Th Rautec pawi adUM In Nr W Delhi, u n r o ap o n d a n t with dM BrtUsh tralta, Hw '/.• %  aiiimi. and Lndti .,I,. i: MM ihr .M'IIJI.K <.f forobo, J PfSXol cnt .m hoai to under a Trail Deed which ensureJanuary 30. 1948, when his telehour service o( news ..f the battle dial It will he non-profit-making phone rang. "' Id-el-Kohir, a place only 40 will never DaM into Hie li.iulol ^. r, *.i miles from Cairo. The Duke of any sincle gn>iip nr faction oi '>Ian Hired l-our Bams At Connausht, ion ..f Quean Vletoria, under the control uf onj "(ihundi" was ansaaad learHna the Brigade ment, and will aradtyi A voles .ni "afan Bred f"i" .f Uiianb and the yiiirn recordtervica wbafeh \without bias of .1 I.I ai QandhJ M feared 1 1 In bei dlerj MOUMI teb my Mnd to all i aintriai ol UM That new*! Campbell recalls, camo | Iron vorkl f What happens to a city when there's — JAMES COOPER watches an experiment inpaying cash NO MORE 'TICK 9 TORONTO. YOU must live on this yvedkl wages 'i teed of on UM thought Lams DSnlnd I %  latest CUrbt on hire purchase. The> are all port "f %  new war on llfe-on-stn-k. And they hsva alreed) caused ; slump in the demand for QtVi thai may. if it conttouea, Bffeci the |0be Of 23.000 out of no.ouo in one Ontario city alone. Bui it li difficult for many In live on Uiis week's F axe 0 km already heavily martsasad u< mssl peymentj due on foada bounht months or yes UM neveriii ver, Now whal K worrybu Udi %  n cH r of 1 weeks ago dw Qoveriunenl Intro. uUUOBS mi leasing the oiii'\ MII ,i ne" cai from one-third to one-half, and reducl nt tune from 18 monUtt, rear, %  i %  lino hu ,ITI iiVei.iKe £8llO %  It II i [40 oonth. Hu li too much even %  who eani upwards of eekly. UK L'hi. THIRTaBN [ a buyer I. |ght have i id i<> months fr d< liver) Tt ran have tdi i holi i rid drive it away from junking spaces jammed with new ears, still with tho brown paper round the bumpers. cue Toronto in bai i.omi can fni which ii cannoi and buyona "Hid I ;.E120 off h*t price, with 500 gallon* of pet ml to bOOt, if he barsabu hard enough. New cat own bj 78 per cent, and maken |U know wh^t t.. .i "iih UM .nplus. Nut fur Export gJCPOnT thorn to UM United gtatea' No, fa pen from duty. UM lax fa %  ompared with CS n sda'i .I. Th. send then to Europe, whan there are no dolbin to toy f %  akam, Soeono*hnnd ... -.ties .m UM ni.m who can afford onl> a s,-e.Tul-h,in.i c;u L. u.illy cannoi kfford to pay half UM prlea one big I in,position is the sane m all consumer MKIS" wa>hini{ machines, reMaSffBtora, and I i that th. o keen a labour-savinu dovlcei for he homo that ins hsi to go out tc work to M B> .v lo paj I %  im UM dot let %  work. But, "Not now. T; arho can put down £40 on %  new refrigerator. Sri i r...t know where it will Lifacturer beUevei il) way lo l>eat inflato produeo more g the City via Eton and Oxford. ile didn't drink, and he had the religious 'i\il of an evangelist. You couldn't imagine uiyone more respectable. I'K.NDll.lM SWINGS EVERYONE said bed go far in the City .iili all ib.it integrity and all those family onnectlons, He dM, He became g millioniire. During the 1914-18 war he was made 'ubacco Controller—though he himself nevsjr ni-fkcd. When the war ended be was the [irecior of dozens of leading financial concerDS and chairman of the great City EquilH* Fire Insurance Company. Then something went wrong in the mind f Gerard I.ee Bevan. The pendulum swung, he zealot became a rake, desperate to make p I'M lost time. At the age of 50, he collected mistresses /ith Ihe abandoned vigour of a libertine in he early twenties. He drank. He lost that former sense ol esponslMlity SO completely that he faked ; llance %  h ast and committed other business rimes. The shares of the Equitable slumped s< 1 w mat you couldn't give them away. On Wednesday, February 8, 1922 Gerard Lee ''evan cracked completely. He borrowed ISO from s relative, took a taxi from the 'arlton to Croydon and accompanied by a French woman boarded an airliner called the Paris Express (top speed 90 miles an hour) The flight made history because it was the Brat time anyone had tied from his responi bihties by air. COULDN'T FACK THE STAFF WHO was this woman he was travelling v, ith? There was no secret about hei Identity, Her name was Mile. Pertuisot The financier was an old friend of hers anc he was to see still mure of her in the future The couple parted in Paris, but not befort i dramatic scene outside an hotel that Bcvat mo ly owned. Tho fugitive, discredited and fallen eould Ot face the reproachful looks of the stafi hat bad once fawned on him. Mademoiselle went in alone and left ; M> Anandcr huddled miserably in the tax with his luggage and bis thoughts. Insidi ie met, evidently by arrangement tw< friends still loyal. Together they telephone a K.C. in Londor to ask what the sentence would be if Bevar elurncd anil faced the law. Tivi yean," said the K.C. The news wa; tkflfl out to the taxi. "1 can't take it," salt Bevan and drove off alone into Ihe unknown FOX BREAKS COVER YOU can imagine the sensation when tin news broke in London. The hunt was on The fox had broken cover and everyone ha< us theories about which way he'd run. Bul lbe tally ho was in Italy The fo> wus sighted in Naples anil then wrut lo earth main. Just Look Ai Yom S4-U! n> J. u MU.I.AI.IU. M.r SINCF the war, we BngUali have talked more about owaetvoi greed lew, than nt any uma tliii. m tury Halt %  century 1 ..an we ,t bother ntx>ui oui eii ,„,.iu %  we were -HI'. To-day we iiriuncertain. We suspect that we've come down ir. the worl't and ask questions. Son.wars can be I-.und in HOME AND AWAY (Hulchinion, 12. 8*1.1. • liphlly written but sober survey of English people as wg STS BOW. The author. Adam *le llcgedus. was born in llunnnry hut OU live here at the age of 20, because I ... mil w.* the place t" be. At H, bi appointed. After the war ho lived in the tea %  : may mag* %  difficult to compile i in the future. Iw example lean n nice girl, parhspa just trifle heavier than Oishionr humour ami good temper; but her culture it little more than gentility and good f.,nii n. aven' and tna end' her favourite sdjectlvasj 1 bad ti" %  iat she drank a trifle ;ieh." l donl nippow that Jean will ...: again help UM authoa ftrnt-hana InflDrmaUon about the ituddw CUM IT, ; From the Jeana, tba Lei BlUi n >t Hegadui anowi and vQlagw *f Bngland has 1 out the pnst• %  aual moraui of l*nre mill girls, about what hat 1 %  Hegedus passt ,< numlJudginei gnget ike UJ IISHK Sample One Parody is grant run in small if you know UM Q Anal r myi a lot for John Poes'i KI.KSII ANII BLOOD (Dfnnts Doj *. 6d.> thai. allhoiiK'i I know little of th* original! it pei I road ilinmch its SOS The book BNUBM fun of the %  nln*a-and-elgpenny % %  i > %  .i t u I" Kkool <>f wrHoni which hai Raymoncl Chiiii"]. form, J a a n aa Hadlay t'h;e in iu bottom, no B t Hei an oxtm-mural ibsaai I Here i5 a twmple "I'd WAlarf ken of mupoari nd Pd MCn them more bad%  thuiR sinister shout Joai %  arhkh gsvs m Then I realiI M the %  even th* I LI S|| \Mi HL4H>lt Will do on a tram kwmey -v i. babty all it's n ami (• Basasls Two nut wh.it ;iiut thii! Veaterday monunti I aSn droam <•< pesSBi equal parti ot ajtonat and Val 6H. ti firm that Auggtnn wi here. The last Taf had fluttered ,.ff the 'yV'trtA* and the la-r domaatle <-f '> | i ad packed hei hut me milk train out <>r Trt i %  cellar. Sta) %  t drive through any opeif you ican hum-..,i M>U will < BILD'fl GAEDffM OF < I KM B by S Pereln in i H 12.t. (W.i _iiTliere were rumours that he'd returned to England, that he was holding wild parties 01) the Riviera, that he'd been seen in Greece And all the time Gerard Lee Bevan was ir Vienna. He called himself Leon Vernier He grew a beard and raid he was an artis) f.om Paris. SHE TALKED BUT Leon Vernier, the artist from Pari: couldn't live alone. He found a woman companion, and she talked. He was arrested in Innsbruck, The bunt was over and the chase bad lost Its tbriM. Brought back to England to fact Ins trial Gerard Lee Bevan was no longer g fox. He was merely a dop, that had been i iu [ht staMding The sentence? Seven years penal servitude. His wife divorced him and on his release he returned to France—and Mile. Pertuisot Yee they married but whether they lived happily 1 can't say. Gerard Lee Bevan died -ed 66, a strange man who might have been great.—L.E.S. FOR REPAIRS Advocate Stationery "ALABASTINE" The ideal FILLER for repairing damaged surfaces on Plaster, Walls, Birch. Wood etc: For inside and outside use. Can be washed or painted over. "BAWL PLAfslIC" An Asbestos plugging compound, especially recommended for fastening Screws in Stone, Concrete, Brick and all types of masonry. WILKINSON & HAVNES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phones : 4472 & 4687 BKC'KWITH STORKS M W MIIMI H.M.V. RADIO RECEIVERS 5-TUBF. MODEL SMI S 98.311 6-TCBK MODEL ".112 125.00 '• I I HI BANDSPKKAD i MI mi •Ne Model K WHO GBAMS exp.-iCid shortly • Please cull at our Sales Department and hear the new type 7-ineh Keeord. Revolvimat II r.p.in. with MieroKrove. THE HALL DA COSTA & CO., LTD. FURNISHING FABRICS A WONDERFUL RANGE AT THE KEENEST PRICES! Need we remind you that we are unexcelled (or Furnishing Fabrics We are showing a wonderful range by SANDERSONS which includes CRETONNES and TAPESTRIES in LINF.N and COTTON. DAtOVfA If CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. -. $ CHECK THESE EXCEPTIONAL VALUES TBA Jib pk. ORANGE PEKOE . .50 TYPHOO TIPS 4 40 pvr Bll M i1ade n pai ttS SfECISXS CARR'S CRACKERSSI. 64 per tin CREAMS W Pkg 4S COOKS PASTE— % %  per tin TEA TIME PASTE .15 i COFFEE | lb pk. UPTON'S PURE I UCWEI I. HOUSE .AHIIIN >... UK!). WHITE & Jtl.UE BLUE .dOUNTAIN HOYCI EMI %  $1 .04 .US .92 .90 .:: .70 FISH In tins MACKEREL SAIU>INES ... 1 KII'l-EK SNACKS CRAB SltlliMI' UK Hi iVIES . COD ROES .48 M FRESH RED SNAPPER RED FISH arrive at GODDARD'S .-.-.-,-.-,-,•,-.•.-.-.-.•.-.-.•.•.•.-.-.-.-. %  .•.-.-.•.•-.•.-,-.-.-.-,-.-,-.•.-.---.•.---.-.-.•.•



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\UI)\ESDA. JULY II. 1951 atAKK WHiS AD\OCATF r\<.* i I\I Mon olc lit. said, the Edu. I %  Criticise Salaries For Top Government Jobs tary *a? 'ErSTc 1 — £ A?r-^ ,1^ CumnUllea havr given you will show I !hink %  %  n |iv i HO. %  return leave passage privileges th.ip that attached to the I.. ihihuldeis ol the offices Labour ComruapjpjtPay-UBTi Trinidad hated in the Schedule to it* by 12.180 a year, and less than Repo.i It U true lhat the Com(hat altacharf WWWlVt mittee did exi ,1,1011 British Guiana by S1.68P .1 paw but in St-ttiun (1 u l men neport n n ay be that the answer to ihe nddle -r tha appomtmen: luff 1 to UM off au rvcruttmnl ind rouauon Secretary is UM oucalion ados Government Bi camLq I %  pnrvd • %  u Ruffian now ,„ British Guiana than in n ed by the Governments ol Barbj. However, when we Bjitish Guiana ani Trinidad, compare the salaries paid 111 We Dm been icquired to reBarbados for the posts of Ftnanport to Your Excellemy on trnc rM | Secretary and l-ibour Com20th. of December. 1949 and as missioner wc llnd that the we believe that the consider*.*difference in favour of the (.inner Uon of the sa.ary problem post is $1,920 a year. The deserves a more detailed exsecond recent appointment to ..iiiiiiation than can be underwhich I have referred is lhat of taken b> ug Ln the limited Auditor General. It is said thit time at our disposal, we the officer appointed has been in recommend that a eomniilleu the Customs for years and .should be appotntad In i-avian perienca of auditing is nil. the salaries of adimnistialive. I undantand that he is a most %  skonal and technical offices in Bhcir lelalioii to the new seivant but that he ;. salaries of correspond inn ofttces served in the Audit Depart ASSEMBLY From Irare 1 nation or dairy rUng 1 f tbi hanging nre for nearly two years %  -tit to get people 1 h ''J^ yU ,' S,U ^ UflMUOn *: '1 >h>y in the UUutd had *ere not going to | or1 M . . They had alarm been hearing Massiah had „f the necessity for devising wv 1 Deparimeni ;U1: | „,„„. to c cm clovment for exper.encng extreme dimth, | jQ ppf>, ,„ IMBI" 1.. M i thai Oovammant aria ling faster than private ei u K n peopk out % %  %  • Bear riOCcM %  ,., %  „,. this piece ot nnch.nery. -pact people but we have to think in terms "' < to this colony to be marooned for the 1, 01 n 1,.nil ibaj net riMthtr atpoinlmcm when the %  %  b the lack paaaagi 1 in. i 1 iim HI ,.1 the t. oar* School We 1 but they will not c mi unlaaa thaj eon aa* -ages. .. %  ly dlfhCUll I when they come here to ge*. I rWUtlBg ."tcimmoaal:on and I am pleased to see that the Govei ninent h;u c made a injve 'ii tl niey have Ukaa buildings belonging to thw _. ln,p,„„l .OmaM: , ,h. tor&r&S8H SfidlS ,. • "~ how many people are going to bput out of employ men!."' Inadequate Mi Allder I'nally moved 'ha'. llM lU'iii In deleted from the ReaolutUon. Mr. W. (-rowford ( I referred to UM) laud [Of '' • ing Held. He said: "I want to :uggent to iiiiveriunent that Ihu halt .Ilk Mpjau a playing Held for the srhKl even if II were a pla> before. Step* should he uk. acquire *ome more of the adjacent land for the pui p In England at the public rcaWoai UTH to every 30 children This school has approximately 300 chDdri Speaking of the reo : invn and are now letting them to Mr. Crawford said more or less significant ih.il in mi 1 .-..1. HI in.t* He is a muft _. ri ab,c hard^ working pubhc ^TV^T^.l^ 1 •"• %  ''^"'g UM hon. sacdof DMaabar fw the right dlncUon and 1 comj„ hn „,„, m sbouM hov .-ii almost simultaneously to 1 Trinidad. Bntisn Guiana and other Wet Indian tern: Now M far as 1 know DO sum Committee has l)e*-n appointed Now, Sir, I am not M foolish ah to ^iippo-;o that an increase In the talane.s paid 1 tghar of Civil Servant, In Barbados would necessarily mean that we would always *•t think. Sir. I h to demon^lr.iTi Hit eiiousness the situation and I would ash the Government to do what ihev were asked 10 do by the Commit__ tee appointed by U| Q< vtrnot to mdea *W** n-fen'nee has been made in Utah* report dated the 20th -• December 1949. a course rrojntjndad ..].. by ttv of greater experience an., efflelaney 3£?&£gVl" tKES&£*JL He said that they should face observation* on tills matte. n up to this matter ol leave passages *. certain amount of mechansaid enough •*"*' aco up * l( vrr y soon or '*m of agriculture in itwIsland they would llnd themselves in „.„ ,„,„-,. .., i,. ss inevitable if n great dlflkulty in tilling any ol were to Increase produrii. the executive posts in the island. Mr. Crawford, and if it weie to I. in the Education improve our standard ol • iX'partr:cy \ a the maximum extent. "But Tin' Ho 1 hie the Colonial thl.s Farm Manure I....!i Secretary also spoke oil thai I Which Wet %  n port of which will appear i.-ti 1 than we do now those 111 oflka now IN til lacking in the qualities required, but what I do contend is. s in Barbtidos remain H Uwy an the chances are that we shall as a rule fail to get as txparlanotd ind efficient higher grade officers as we need. I consider. Sir. that for posts suelaj that of Colonial Secretary, Financial Secretary, Chief Jusi.ee. Comptroller ol Customs. Com sioner of Police. Attoi %  question' of leave passages which icport was dated 14th February. IBM Hcn'blf Or. II. G. Massiah Mid that he wanted to support what UM Hon'bla Mr. PUa had Hid with regard to leave passages. He thought COtUlCll had Jamaicans \\ ill Gel Lccluri'sOn Co-Op. LONDON. July 10. tl Sponsored by the British Countc I, Mr. A. Boniier, | member of that the Government tnal the staff of Ihe Co-o|>erative to get a machine for the purp" ised the question a College. l>ughboiough, leaves What is necessary is to offer Spreader can be regarded as unusual machine. I doubl whether there are many others in UUs colony. I have oaves I t am -if the opinion lhat it 1 machine which, at Udf should do without." Not Dithcu.t "From what 1 know of tins colony. 1 really cannot supi-ort laim. that it Ls so dim ul: get farmyard manure spread FHrm ba couple of years ago when he Umdon by .. Julv 13 for httle extra incentive for loadinu '.'_ aikad Government what was their Jamaica, where he will spend nd throwing out the manure." policy about schools and tin M< weeks as lecturer to a sum'•was distasteful work top of Agriculture, hdu%  0CM of the most important, we should if ncce Ihe same salarie•ran] DO It 1 0 kanl iervlee lamentable c* ndJUt and nless lovci! the IMIUllI much difference. The b.g plantations had create. 1 ..,v„i.,o djfMUsJacilon fn.nvany phases of West Indus ml %  *'cultural work. The workers "s..,,Tl vvvII.te Comwere <-**'' JI "ed year after year %  *" for doing work on Uie estates for an ordinary wage and getting no share in the profits which they produce. Mr. Crawford said that the workers should be allowed t" portion of the land and l>olnted out that where UUs had been done there was seldom any complaints about lack of lubou: or anything of the sort. "At the I'lne where we have this dairy farm there is also a certain amount of agricultural land, put people on some of this land," he TRADE WITH CASADA '. >ok upon the British Weil Indies as our natural export n W' %  %  % % %  :i our hade 6a%  and we have formed man\ i. -, in. ndahtpa m that .11 e.. 111 in.ipy n -. ;tu u.uie of Canada and tin w rap InaaM 1naturally %  Osnj Icmcnlary; and. as we are great bo ttav ari in twoway trade, we are glad to see the steady increase in imports from the Islands *>*>m 20 millions in I9SH to 67 millions in I WO "On the other hand, our export* to the BWI have unfoitunai.l> not gTOWn priip-ntinnately IVsplle -., %  \ %  M" '* to the it w I during the wi 1 and pi the years imin. K ..tier the war. the imposition b3 the Unltfd Kingdom government of exchange Hid %  '-del re-: 1 on exporters seeking to do ifiuj area has meant that oui Canadian 1 gporl tnda to UM islands has baan limited in scope and artificially restrained. "The U K GiAerniniiit baa made OORM eonce 1 to help OUI traite with the Waal ladles So tar w muat admit Uiat the con. e*. •MCM li.i\y. was getting into Kerne?,' "" ""' to - P rul,VC soil he would not get nea "**• lo for want of fOPMlght ... having T,.,. [| talng o.gan.s.-d by the ll "' txlr FflTh H v BlartoJ and leave p.— Jan.,oca Co-nperative Union in "" %  onjunction witi thrExtromurnl "There Is another aspect of Ihi Department of the University u. .* .* l( L PUfSJtioo of recruitment of officers COilaga of Slr?LruSI^ SS!*a*T ,VZ vv '> U '"* ,ll, %  l ,h,nk "•' %  nnssion. Mr Bonner's ttrfMTUUa other Colony. I ubmlt. Sir, U , .. v i lng the majority of the |„ j,,,,.,,,, will bo met by the not a question of whether we can thinking public and 1 think it is Lougliborough college and the afford to pay these salaries but wha t l may call the policy or Lick Jamaica Co-operative U nlon, whether we can offord not to p ()f „ lll; ,. v IU Ul) 1I1(I ( r ( ; ovrrn „., ul ,. lh( Brilah Council is paying i.'.em 11 has been said that as Im m |n ialaetlni ortlcers for carhis ieturn fare. He i> due lo far as possible a Barbadian should t ...n post arrive bin k 111 Ixndon on August €M T u py be appointed to fill posts ... the The,. KM many examples 24 ^ "" l -' Barbados Clyll Service ] don't uheie | mm h ul bPtH sent to think anybody wlU dlaagraa with England on a scholarship and .. — __. that provided thai Qn dl m can tralnad in %  speclallal department J fU (fO\l. I laiiS Kill be found to fill these postWHO He had ben brought buck and ore as qualified by training and bad remainej in thin departmc %  as others who may nol Only :i tew weeka and then j 11 have been born ir Barbados. As ferred to another, the working of 'VV„*i" time goes on morj and more Barwhich he had no knowledge m< MNGSluls. J ca. June 2'J saio. Am bndims will no doubt be found in „. , %  ,obl1 -^'*Mr A lta *ding H.l wld Boh the rglaann and In the mean time There were aevei %  ipu Ii I of ment, refiigoratori and other thai hi lovetl (be pe..ple. he l.vc.l I'h. lhat undone thai cairnUi hi* iniiiii material for u two-year oampalgD the smell of the manure. nri he The Bill, as passed by the was m the case of Mr. G. 8. Nllea attii, B t tuberculosis planned !>> %  aW lOVVd UM DOOpM that Idled House, gave the Govcrnor-inwho had now retired from the Serthe Government have arrived in the soil. Executive Committee Ihe perogand was a Barrister Mr. Miles Jamaica and this week the Medical Tr,p manure spreader was alive to increase the allowance Departmcr*. will nek premises to necessaiy to any daily industry for the Barbados Scholarships %  t up UM laboratary which will which also had land under cultifrom (240 to $57 as from Sep Mi t-'l. i ion mi Over For MniliK Harm A Jury at the Couit Cd QncH aaaato ni ya a uinlay found Clot• lie Miller KUIIM of infllrtln, grlOVOUfi bodily harm || I'.iyne on November 7 His tfon our the Chief ItltUCC Si, Ul.r > order. aie thei one moi tl rmolumentsof the various deiiart'V " Colonial s-cu^ manta S4.WW.01HI are •Bending ''about H *' vvus *" UiM """'' """ unlv .If Honourable W* '" ^ Customs Department plannad lo laal avary person in l. immunising UMfM who ttfC free ol the disease ,nig the cases discovered. toms dutlei i takei of the list of offices nd salaries which I have fiivrn ,h,.,„. ,hoy " ' ,',"'?, '"„ C S.'J.T"' I> i IIKilll Bigger Profita i,, %  DOl asking for anything extraordinary We are asking the BltuSorillaa to give us (tap lo Organize Pilot Service • rm.fi Our 0n CorTMpOl i. KINQSTON, June 29 Eatabl ihinant oi Authority h;ts bean year. If this sum is taken from the S4.000.000, which the personal Hon'l I.Mi. ..lassiah said that emoluments of all servants of the there was also Ihe case of Mr. public amount to in round figure-*. V. %  I in. H WH Mtni the personal emoluments paid lo to Toronto and trained as 11 Lithe holders of all posts other than brartan. H. got all UH qu Ul 1' P4l aw those on the liit 1 l;jve given lionlloni and came bock and did %  %  1 of proflti ournble Members come to more iragmilcetit work in Ihe Library. Cn*OTr commodltlea. than 3| million dollar-* a year. If but he had U-en moved and taken n ni p n aming the nacaaattj Honourable Members will refer to to another office altogether. changes in the mark-ups, Mr. column 1 of Uu Usl which 1 have Win spend motiey on people to Ain.. ndon, uiessman given them, they Will see thnt m do IptCial work and then take sard Wo want U go fo.wai-l alt the more important offices menUiem away and put them in places %  '•l> "V step m .1 le-poiisible tione.1. Barhado In order to meet for which t*hny have had no manner, so that when we put Trinidad would have to pav special training and possibly no f0*r*a """ • %  '' lo the about $1(1.000 a vear more in talent' Ooveinment .eking for what we salaries That i* a larKe sum "I believe that statisticians gay want, UMrra will be no retreat, but I do not think Honourthat if a thing happens two '" able Members will consider lhat three tunes il nmv be %  coinciit is too much to pay annually danca. but when H happt in order to set an example of oral times. || must be due to some efficiency to civil servant', drawing obey or lack ol policy about 3f million dollars %  1 ention now and to ic much pood I ,waning In thaae of thini as piJsibie i 1 mil CM nevti !• Mi PUi i-i.-iied to ual''"' "Wei being trained for isfactory slate of am... %  h.li 1 il v> hi b. %  %  •theDepar-me,,f 8ei. 1 • -1..1 o, si„.i,tu .' %  • %  %  • '> # ' ^ .'"."' ,. K „,. and Agriculture through the -bmOW I do ^W\Uv %  • committee AgriCUlUire p-ho a-han M waa "It is impossible f... inyop. n, m.ke .e,on:n,e,„ ( ..t.on.s for the here was doing good work In IngJva wholehcnrie.l fTaVVteP la a functioning of such a body. structing peoa-UTt holders. to.veinnieiit when thai sort of Conditions under which pilots He crTtlClsed the use of the soils thing goes on." operate In UM Port of Kingston -xpert Mr Robinson as GovernHe said that it would be very have del. 1.. -ably and ment Analvst and also drew attenmuch better 111 the ease of Mr. the Oovarnmanl hfU decided that tion to the jmrnment departure of Wiles and others to Increase their It is desirable that the pilotage Mr. Knowles for T more lucrative salaries and keep them on Jobs service should be orderly organpost, they were doing. "The library b | Recent appointments in the one of the most important riepartService win to emphasise the ments In this country. II Mire.it to the good government of Hie whole community and we Barbados which lies in that situashould have tn axpartanca IWD, I .ele: to the ippointhMntl trained man th> TtT. ,7c !" ,f t ihe posts of F.n-m-.al See..-.,, IrVl '-'V %  ' ' %  and Auddo, General I < "rvlce m the Lib) state clearly v. • %  jtragedy aiui want ol gthktol I personal In what I am about to foresight lhat such things sbou.i mlloPw say and no one will be better l"-' allowed to happen coniinuA. C pleased than 1 if the Honourable n "^J>' .. the Colonial Secretary is ab!e to show that these appointments have real merit. Taking first the nppoinimcn head-, one. Icmbci 2H. l3ll. n the island; to his knowThe A.nenom ut suggested hv id there wa,,M Othai PlaCO MUtpM to give tO b%> Kxecutive ComTo suggest that planUtlOfU mlttaa UM power to interact the wait and watch whal 1hasten. ll11 ''"" September 1 and added l) the Central Uv-ttOCH '"* %  xcifding' ga7. Station U-fore Ihey adopt nielli,-i. , lrae ndnMnl uTOn the iMIie which HiLiaasa product la ,.,,„ wni e companlo tenla IpOIMd -entem %  011 \lei v n Lfaahatj w*ho vnu found cuilty o %  Mini and aUtliiiK Wiuifie. Bryan In throwing eoCTOstrf fluli %  %  Tl St I The olleo. I RFtal ( ,. 11 nulled oi March :>. IB:I COUIIM-I |,., l_i lit. -. was Mi .1 S ll li. ,, ,III< Mr. w. w. it.e.e proaacutad tn %  1 .own. Ths kaapai ot UM ciimlnsl n cords lohi td. C 1 lhal i uhlaj was convict.-.1 m IP46 for ai M..oh'. \ ivhat the Hoi C. Gale %  :• %  Mi worthwhilo ment. Of th.' Other Place's amendment finally asked to withdraw his motion for the time being. // AT ARRIVED I %  •! III.VA I UM K I STARTEXA A *.ltn\\ 1 \ \ Obtainable from H. JASON JONES & Co., Ltd 1 j Eipeciolly if me cup holds Chow Sonborn. For here's coffee ot CoA' vhovld be —rich, hearty ond satisfying. Just sniff that inviting oromaT . then tip mat heavenly coffee flavor. Then 1 MO rf you don't agree Chose & Sonborn gives you oN the flavor your cup can hold. So don't jmt ask for "coffee,' osfc for Chose & Sonborn. Frosh (Umwlian liar CHOCOLATE M II IONH— Nut PollKue Buds I'epperinliit Cherry Vtr •>ii It. 1 M Mil Liuuld tour Jerwy Milk Jrrse> Nut r.n>e MIU Iturnl Almn.uK Mailed Mtlk I.IK Chrrrt l.is • M 1 I I.. *Gi iKhii <;< -d." pm< f: : n enm IA0B HIM i: wfAiiiiminii IIMIIIII 10it ism 111 si i.x MATCHES ISA HHt THREE PLUME MATCHES AAV SAMJS i 111 in tt 111 in y, ,M ,-\v n r v 1 r Al ; -; N Ll'XOB CLEAB GLOSS VAIIMSII HI IN QUALITY ANI) FINISH — Also — OAI.V OH. CANS — 1. I A I Qh| Sires KtUblUhcd Igtio I. UFKBEKT Lift. !" ia ,i 1' 1:01111 1 K sun i:r RIDE A "HOPPERS BICYCLE law i Hii.iitas HHX1111Y 1.1.1. Whili' Turk Ko.il. .-.•.-.-.-.-.-.-.•.-.v. RUB AWAY THAT COLD mm 'CANDA' VAPOUR RUB The Hem AniiM'jiiN Vnpouiaslai OtatnMnJ 1 %  ir 1.1 1 -1] I %  ... • '. tion and inflan hvpd and cheat coli 11 threat %  nt tn \ %  ,1 1 '.ii.Hrh. \ l / I'm l..r :ii Canli l KMt.lll S HUM. VIOIUS ,:•,;'.:',•,;:•.;•,'.*,;'.•.•*• -,','-'.--',',*.*,-,',*-'-•.-.'-',', il's I. IV I//7 >/ A SII I It I VAN HRUgEN WHITE SHIBTg Colin ittachwl Blxi i M lo It B.v.i>. WHITE SHIRTS Coltar SUa 14' lo 11 in 1 HM Eieta SKA ISLAM) COTTON ( I I.I.I 1.Ml ATHLETIC VI:STS, ,., ,\ i i.xsT.r W VIST TKI'NK PANTS S:/.. for Panu ;i i %  Si/.-. I .1 W.N :n; %  ; 1 11 MNTZEN AM. lvniii. MATH SUITS Shadi '• d Royal Sites 38 11 111 11 %  1 Sull IANTZEM Ml WOOL BATH TRUNKS MM CoHon and Rayon, and Laali \ S1/1 :io 11 to 44 Ii I'tii.il Cram S.V33 lo *7.r.ll LEATHER GLOVES f..r Tr.,.,ll,„: : Wool Lined -; 11 M im CAVE SHEPHERD £ (0.. LID. 10. II, I!. A ll 11KH U) >IKI II



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II\KRMH)S ADVOCATE \'il.M-l>\V Jll.V 11 Mil HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON en & < f %  l ow MICKEY MOUSE pc %  fc-' l -— I I ~ AN ~ 2£TA.-' -A. w-r.o,-r SOWB %  SO -O\o j\., 3 5 \ -N t *\-D3A\Vfc-,"J1 NI3^ C*T(C^ 5CENE <^_ ALU SOU ) ,^1 ^ BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG VLCTTHeC VfK 0--•• %  •• %  IN A C€ADirvi MOOD THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BU3T0FSALE&FY BRUCH C WU BWJSU AWW.TIC FOOTPRINTS TulsTPfcPUGETTrtfcTLOJE RAHGEP WNEN HE COMES LOOKJN roR BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS QSfUH ftvSO Peer CM* %  OOM u 9 •WW'BfcW/''* ft eOMSlOCALLCW L*n v.~_i H*MT ic sm •*., H= SKXXD COMt" i Wl H AT NK5WT-* # 4 WHEN rr> Dtfv' tki> JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS I !?P '4 ( %  RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND C.sa *3C^." ;v i -%  SO -a.-. %  THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES %  £ MORTON LONDON errm I o FRESH on m TOMATO SAUCE ./ 1 yamBuk /A, \\ nrhl fimu-u* llvrbtlt SKIN OINTMENT ...//. %  Pmrjfl— Utah A. S. Bryden & Sons (Barbadus) Lid.—Agents. Kr.p ii bfU fl lw yi huitdN Suffering from \t the firM ugo of discomfort aftae Deals, \u-k two Kennies, one after ifal other. Their fan-acting blend of n -rcdienn upeedily corrects KI Jity awf removes the cause of pain. Ncvet be without Rcnnir* if you're ?Pe lo acid itomach. It's so eaay 10 carry a few in your pocket or Landtag-, for each one la aeparateh mppsd, If they don't help you, Jif. it'* high lime you uw your factCJ A.I ehgflawM KII RenxucaDIGESTIF KENNIES ^o swo&r, NO WATER... NOW! Dental Science Reveals HOOF THAI MUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATING IS THE SAFE, EFFECTIVE WAY TO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY with Colgate Dental Cream every spoonful gives you > a and more 4 energy and fitness! • C.erf ipoonf.l of < Kapler givei you t rich tuppl, or HftUUM A and O. • Theie v,:>-ntfi. tr* nture'i wonder worWrs. MWrMf 'e*lth and 'radon> from illnau. • Hn. women, children-all should uart tjkmf itnf -Kepler' to-taj. PLER COrllVEHOIl WITH MAIT EXTRAC1 BJtROUCHi WH1COKI CO PRODUCT jj '** M* AfW.i for 3 >l -.4H l>li>l lid. JtlrgUUrNl COCOA is well served WITH IfffO WITM ICONOM* P^ %  WITH COMFOUT BWIA MiTISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS 8.W.I.A.. BRIDGETOWN L"ing oveniJc I ihlp in the Port >i Iximlnn D>cks with whU lookl like little curcmony, but the stafl of i he P.irt if Loadoti Authority know dM decree of caie. icquircvl fo handle this valuable 'iity. \\ heiticr a pn xluci is easy io off-load f.r is the most .inneult, it is safest in the experienced hhnds ot the Port of London Authunty-^ fbtrt it h-s il-.c added advaara^c o{ re-thing ihe Urges: v\*Q*ume> mulBM "I the world. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only I'vuallv Hennessy *•* Brandy. Bois (Qrts ) 5.75 Peanut Butter. Bots. 72 Nllk Heinz 5.33 Tomato Ketchup, Bois Isually NOW Ovaltine. Tins (Large! 1.35 80 70 Pineapple Jam, 2 lbs Tins 66 •'it* MM Koo Pear. Tins 71 l D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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Wl DNI 9DAY, Jll.Y ii. ll BARBADOS UHOOATK PACK si M V CLASSIFIED ADS. ron HIM TJLOHOM 1MI Th* '.t. || •1 b.rlh. — %  ar Death*. A.k a. and In %  MM %  %  i.d IIJD 0 I Mu -I W %  al 4 renla M additional word. FOR MU Foe Blrtha. Marriage or Cut I aunouncerraMtu in CM r-a-ge HB foe any numbe. % %  w >idi up to SO and • rent• per word lor mni additional -oO Terma cub. PhMf IMS txlwecn MM !'! %  • Jill I-. Uealh, •.Mare. ,. I I AUT0MOT1VK BM I" ged "rder •t Andrew u : ii -in MMIIMHIIMS CAR %  II 1 l*l HOMDAY REoilTV^^_^^^^^ •NTA VAIUV ' ' ."IrtX conIn Caribbean B*M rn H* pnMi %  AIM Vet** per da> OKAND IIOTT.l. in bc.t i' %  ' %  %  Apply dentlal dJtMCt ind.r Cokemmcnl NOMM I'"'-'.]"' W Mil Ring *Mg |.|ll Rale* from S3 M per Head per day. sr-ASIDT IV'. On Grand Aw U.thn %  (tram Haici Irom Moo per hr.m pri CAB On* '1 I'i'lI Fonl irg.mrt aa EnauinntuD V Sllrger. Cl>r nada. condition 4_n*w tvre* Apply' %  !•%  Swan Sum GOVERNMENT NOTICE i; n— Pwk-_) Morn. I Ul good "rklng cirirr win aimott n*v. bodv Anplv Stoulea Unit Mora or Martha I Edward'* Garage n.irhwt *lr**t. IrRMIVVIION Ol I all I Ml OF WAR WITH GERMANY. Ii is notUM Uui U i atata pi w. .my tarmlnatad .is (ran 3 p.m. today (GMT), the 9ili day of July. 1951. On the instructions of Hi* Majesty State fur Foreign Affairs, iho United KniBdom High Commiisioner in Gennany addressed a communication to ttu |N lei Government uf Germany In the fullowuiK term.' HiM nment in the United KlnfJom, I mind that on 3rd B 1939 a state of w.ir was notified with the German R that aetive hitllr I ended b) UV Kardlnt; the surrender of the Qarn tn V<- rac-all that under Ibai legislation no obstacle has been placed since 29.3.49 In the way of UM restitnpt'OTi Of full commcirial and financial dealings between persons In the United Kingdom and panofU in Gerinan> or ol of properrv not then control, po itton will remain unnlUfi ConUaeti concludad before th< war batwi Ml | the Under Kingdom and pei 111 ,,i M in. II. mbjai • to Trad ing a .tii the bul %  ontra< I %  conducted on o< after It.31.49 have I tb same position as conn eluded with parson meno'v runtry and no havi i %  i on with them b) ihc fact that I foi has previously cxistcn % %  11.7-0)1 —3r ELECTRIC.-.!. riui.ro aaarsiuMstATOa (I Full width damn*, r ham her tlran^ M-e) mni nnoiitlllxtm-d ihi i>,nfh<> .' aaaj I* l... ( w*tnl at I-o Yard rheap•n Applv H L. Sinllh fUndffl Si Philip 1 1 U II n tm HH.rRATOR One III WeatlH. % ". In road worklnn order Apply: W It Trmpro. Phone SOM or •** IBs Si -tin MECHANICAL MOUTH Or* t-ed Applv J MISCELLANKOl'S ^MTto'TS — Ol evae-e doarripilnn Clm: Chin*. <4d Jewell, find Silver Water.roloura. Early hoofca. Map*. Aulncranhi etc at einrrineea Antique Shop, adjolnina; Hoval Yacht Hub 3 • M l( HOLSKS l ilTAGt UUM White Park, drawi' a MMSa, I bpdrooma break teat room kit.hen. i-;h r. .itoa FUAT Ai Oral Sa„d.. Worthing. | modern lamiWied Aat. good aaa paUllnd l hatttar f M l U l M i, Dial alM Alma riau u %  MIM.H fiAUS KEAL ESTATE il to Motel Royal A.l mo4t II J M-** I ed "", n Oablr and mad II K P. enrloaed Situ* iled V. In,,.
lvari D t Skeete Dut E SUUo.." St Per No reaaonabl. offer refuaed W ? SI-JT, POl-UTBY FAKM iNclud^,-" „ b,.,,,,.!,... (1 ,r M, MM ,., fhlranclnB Ur. „( u lr „ H.l.h,., a •quiprrirni and other Poultry appliance. *ell M irrtent .t.k ^1 rhlrk. r— rrtlred ni AUCTIO!* • II M I have Coil in aril b>public Anrtlo.1 at tMMlL *"i WrdnpHlav the Mill ,it J oiloiK ilaa Dodffe AmrMilanre Trim. C.h r>AHtY A SCOTT. Omfinmriil AuctM %  .! :; si in A wind-blown look lan't pretty "Amami Wave Set" makes your hair H eaay to net ao quick ta dry Tttli non-olty preparation keenititlt an wnvea firm and wind-proof Ktnoirrfl i,m ii i n-an \-i-i i MI M TOOTHPASTS fttart aavhia; -our Amm-l-flwl Tootti osate Poifj Within %  abort while vou rrnv be the winner of on. nf the follow!%  Prl.e (fcOOO. Jnd nilr SIS 00. Sir" Prlie SB 00 II 81—SBn Frea-i HKA.SS1ERR' rwnate B.wilh beautiful th.iaiiera We have AtnarI..UT atria ni.— i.i. in 111 everr l>pol %  Kiiie f> K lo SI M Klrpalani Swtn St-eel II 7 H—111 I am Hl.,.,ied to MlH for aalc that eiy eomforlable *u„\nmifjinw SBllaaJ .i HwnaaU Hn ., d o,,,,, Church II i. n.ariv ahadrd *,U, tree. Nd ioff the main road w llh open erandah. drawl- and dining roonta, badrooma. Unlel a-id balh. laraxe and ervanu room lofather with the land m ,hlch It .tanda H !• at fnmwH auMii. %  UMMM ckorpa aaeak M araU aaa* N ceaii. Sawdaaja M l e ord. arer M ord on SwadWpa. HELP AaaMtant ArckiTact or taw Atchl tattura! AaalaUnl raqutraal in Pajrl^fSpam oajw-e of buey tirm. raaas be aajaajfaaja B nd rapid draualu.maji, d ( _-ma> .„4 -. I be BfraakfM H BalkaJo.. af. ex•ry requited to W ratkin. R I R A midad I 7 SI 3., POOTIIUM Quired lor our offke **!ary SM M %  kuas bated e> i-eriaara .nj t.h..-led.e of cah and account. HI I rlll l Crrtin.-ttte will i • StSSsag q* | a refereneaja abould be puatad aiM %  >••! Glands Made Young -Vigour Renewed Without Operation If you t*al old aafora your um* or eooTer troin n>rve, bran and phyal.ai w-ann.aa. ..U will Sad naw happlneea and h-atih II, Ul SllHUSk naaallcaJ aiacareary ttoraa raaUXul vigour and yltaiio qadeka* kan |Laa4 operation. It la a -molhoSMlaaaM W b^tarm. aia ( tnn*lae. HorilrkW Mdlled Milk Kwoet I oni I mplre Colter. Rre^klwat Hull*. I A It llruvMilim lor l.i.-lrv 1, mil lli FtM TolTee. r \lr.i iaraaafl Minis, t'hcl *-.iurr. >,,,.;. Sauce. Helm X I rjv It. MI. ix ( atiitrd sup<. "-lb. lins I'runes JOHX it. i ii i mi A so\s i. in. NOTICE I M %  plytnfl %  I I ren% %  %  wrlttan and %  Cedjajiad Secratary. 'AMHAIfc OFFICIAL NOTICE i ..i For ruiarai applv to OArtCV A SCOTT. alaaarlne Lane T T Sl-3i baen inalrurtcd bv %  ofle* lor MI.bv publl. i (ood ft new Term. ( i. D-ARC-V A SCOTT Havi I,.. UNDEH THE IVORY HAMMER in bBSb ..i...i.„,.-ue,i I aria ,.|, ••n rrlda* Jul> Dlh at H-I (;..i... Church Villa** I|J I I iht Mudaon tar lM M. I. 1 %  .ed until IPS! In perfect I arable lor Ti Term. C"h. Isale at I p m IN TIH. IUIII Ol IHIMI IN PURSUANTS ol lh.Chance,, A mu having: ,„ elSlMlaaj an, M. i, ice in or arlecltnc ihe nmpert. n, lo hrtn*. before mr an imounl ..i tnatr inienta and voucher. I., be rtamlnnl I houie nl IS noon and 3 o'clock In the ..lleinoo _. I'.a.lu n.ildliM. Ilrldaelo.n before the I41h da. .< S. P lri"leT. |M %  |...il*d on and i.'nked in-^rdl-a M •ire-.l "i-cii.i Ii i.iherwi-e ... h -aapaaa win | v precluded from a-.ree ai Plaini I>elenrta PROITp-n' AIX THAT <*ita> i ...gar plant..! pariah ol Saml Joaeph in Ihla laUnd aj Acie. M perch** of land or lher*abouU or lale Of Mount Wlllon. Parkea. Rl. hm.. Plantatloru. on landa now lair of W Quentm and Fred. abut and bound loan hi v, U I'll' Sl'\ AN .'i i.> ibuttira and buundlnd oti L Va>iahi. J..—|.h llra.1. h — ihe public road or ..I. A ma.. bid SHIPPING NOTICES HARRISON LINE OOTWARD PROM TH2 PNITED KIN0D0M a 2 Chri-lyi KnulakKt" la a hMtlnd and antlaepiic EmuUlon (or Chaflna. Sim bum .Chauplruj and roughncaa of Ihe h .nd. etc Alwayi keep a bottle handv ready (or crncegrnciea Price la bot I.Sli.lirs LTD 11 J 11 ii IVS.W fiS -STATKSMW S.S. ••ADVISKK" SS "TBADER' S.S "STUDF-NTSS "EXPLORER" SS. "SPEAKER Tha *err 'l"t snpllcatlon of NUodarm b.glna to .lrr n-ar pirnpira Ilk* muni'' Das Nlaodarm tonlgi %  and you will Boon *** yuur akin, h. inmlnr a"ft. Birvinth and clear. Nl"o d*rm In a. n-w dlicoverr that kill* nrms and partuilirri on thn akin UMi caua* I'lmpte., Holla. Red hlotrhr*>.'.*ma, Itlnifworrn, an.I I %  %  %  '.-. % %  until you remov* tha scrma thiit hi.i In Iho liny norea oryour akin P irrt Nmoderm (rum your chamm t. day uniler the poalllvr luaraiite* lh. Nnoderm will b.imah plinpl'a < taor your akin avfl and BCMoUl • Nixoderm El].V' r.r Skin Troafck. p*-iu. MOTORISTS ATTENTION I .'/V.'^.v.'A','.'.'.::'.::::'-' FOR SALE N eOM Road, containing Betliooms. Drawinj and Dimng Rooms, open r.aIUr>. standing on 12,000 sq. (t. of good land, with wnti rot kitchen garden. Frlee : X. MO. fl. •. Mortgage can IK 1 arranged CECIL JEMXflTT Phone 4H3 Ova? Knliht*., 13. Broad St 10,7.51— In. rO-DAY S NEWS FLASH JOIIWIS s M VUONCRV AND IIARmVMti: will be rioted TIU'RSOAY. JILY l?lh CKIARETTE LIUHTERS New .tylea different ihapca. all of good quality and marked Cheap KNIGHTS DRUci •IToaE^ 10 7 11—J.i F9TERHROOK PTNS-Wa hav* them -ii ao a few loare iiMaa Call early Knight. iPheonl.i 10 1 SI—3n rKKHE PILCHtw ?* [at tlil. from our Sod K..NH1HT* Phaonlai. Obtainable al KINCIIT't CFNTS TMHFF PIECK ORAV lUIFil 1IIT ApproalmaM ../e-M m-l S1a 10 7 ii t f n. OALVANISB SHUTS MB*) gauge Q ft *7 II a (I |3 Ik) AI-. Aim Hit SlieetI II I It lO (I AI llilph Oeiirda Hardwood Alley. M 7 II In N'T ROOI CH0COI ATI "AII1 Thcae aie In grenl demand < ... PtaSBalm 10 ; n an RECOHDSi Charlie Knnr, Rm areM*1 Sol II In .lock A R.if. PAILS Sm-on-lhand Pall* Call I I >.| II.i treet Trefer lo a'll by a II 11 2' OFTER S Jar. ol chivei • %  ind alre. for onl 2 Ml • M..I I '. I % %  II 7 M -1. . irsiims I'MTS ion !-: %  ol.-.T-.IU:ils Read] packed in Burlap Bag., each contalna 43 Spring. .8 row r T sad MlMM I" %  ItI bl it-d cuanlllv avallabk. Apply immediatel•i Th* Standard Agnicv iRdoa. Co. vi Priori. IS T SI Sn I'ttlN PI.FX SIIAHPFVPRSSharpen vour Itaior Blade, with thn well known Sn.rprner They M a I.K* time Edge KNIf.HT'S DRUG STORE 10 1 31—Sn. wr.l niNCi MATERIALSElectrode. in all** of S. I and 101 alao bton/e .teel and flu. for Ac*tyl*n* welding Enquire Auto Tyre Company. Trafal-i.iy Street* Phone SSM \ Rave |uat i-ielved an auortment ol Flnurr and Vegetable Heedi (mm KMi.HTSt LTD II : H an I'Misnvu. The public are herebv warned ago glilna) credit to mv wile FLR.ITA nilATtlWAITK mee I.OVEI.Li al I not hold myaelt reapon.ible for hei IM conlmctlng any d'bt ..I., i.. YRIL BRATHWAITE. Ii.. .-.. %  SI John I T M ?i The publir are herebv warned agalnal Bvina rradii to mv .(.• ETTA I I I MaTRTC IIMt Pst1< I do not noiu M l>er or anyone *kM eofllracUnl an> debt or d*Ma in mi n.ni* unle.. bf I -rillei *J i %  Yi v w "Home Sweet Home" pleasures and rialaeea though we may ruam" "there it no place like home" II there 18 A fiAS ( OtlRKR I Birr Thi* IIUMNNI. Haaatr By inatrucliona received t will art up r gale by public auction on Thurada* ril tlie Ilth July al 7 o'clock at Lower Station Hill. SI Michael, one double coled houar with ahop attached, and .IM aq. (1. of land. Alan the Koiiaehold i.nature Trrmi caah. D'An. A Scott. A. M ST.Sl-Sn PI in.K Minus Ten ce-ir per oooi* Una on wtrk-dat,* mil 12 gaagg par ovule Una on Xhiulaua. %  nalinum cMoroe II..) on urok-dnyi find SIM on Suaddbl. NOTICK i for a vacant Rulkeley Truat Fund e-hlli.ri.iTi (enable al any flrat or aecond gr.idc H-hool o( Ihe UUi.d Will b* received ba „ t.> the Ilth July ltd! Candidate, n.ii.i be ani %  .-, I-. bd %  ..I | I t le A baptiamal certilUiile Irom the Hendmaaler o( which applicant atleml. i pany application Forma o( appllratln mutt be obtained from me K MASON. Clerk. Verfry of t (ic.rgr 10 7 '.I 3 it NOTKK r> ." Dll. BartHuloi London ISrd June IHh Julj C.lasgow 6lh Jul> 10th .lulv Uvarpool 7th July I i i...nd. HI loth July 24th July l-nndon 10th July 2Sth July Liverpool 20th July 4th Aug HOBscJWARD TOR THfc UNITED KIHOUOM Wise. F„ r SS Si 111.PTOR" l.i\i i i. I SS "TRIBESMAN" ,.Lon.l..:i SS -STRATEGIST" Qraenock Barbados ISth .lulv 28th Juiv .dth .lulv For further information apply to DA COSTA A CO.LTD.—Aventa Caiiadian Nationul StcuniHliiph PtRI-ll OF T JOSS Application* IM m I I on al Ihe Indge School will be by th* undanlemed ip lo MS Tnuradav Ihe IJth Julv, lull Car.dld.vtra mu.l be the llaHiliaiwn i" *" % %  '• i %  id not lra than S yeara nor more lhan i .veara old on ihi %  r, .ii Ii .tl l-e h-l.l ii| the School at 1090 a m nn F-idav the 13th Julv. • nini can b* obtained dUtlnd orT.ce daya nod hour* ,|y Bapti-mal crrllAcalra to accom ""' %  "*• """; rA.n.. Clerk to Ihe Ve.lri. St John 1.141 IHE StOAR DSBiaTBtf At.RKUlt MM BASK ACT, IMS T" Ihe rrrdltar* balding .atrlallr II"agaln.l Ka*.h. rianlallai*. HI l.aey TAKB WOT1Ctnai I. th* Owner of the above Plantation am about lo obtain a loan of *SM under the provlalon* ol th* above Act again*) th* aaid Plantation, in rtwpect o( lh* Agricultural year ISS1 lo IMS No money haa been bom the A*rkulldral Alda Act. ISO*, or th* Above Act ia the ca.e may bei in -e.pect Dated thi. Hth clav of Julv 1M1 1MOMP KSir.HT LIQUOR IJCKNSE NOTICr Tfl appnc-it. "I Okraamiti • I Mo It ..„ V.rel St Mlch--I Ml 1-' rriaalon to *-'ll Spirll.. Mall IJajiKir.. *V al IM *d isMS of No I* Swan Stre. lotcd thi* Bth day of July 1MI o II A TAlAtA. Eaq Police Mfl*lr*le. DUt. "A" OPtANKT M A i .. per J K C. GBANNUM, ApplKant* N 0 Thi. application .ill be conaid .... ....:. Police Court Dl-lrlct "A" on Thurad* Ihe ISth dav of Jul> IMl at II oclocl II A TALMA. Police M isMSa 'D I A ANDREW II jpfflM tafadaraUea U'r A****JaUaa CiO F. It ARMSTROIIO LTD. UhllXiTOWr *l/HBAl>OS StLECT THE FOLLOWING BUILDING NEEDS !! ( nirNT (llrunu ARiifx) It \K IRON I In .ill Shreal IM'WIHII Ml I VI tin jll Sliea) HAM IKMRIl %  •AIN'TS X KNAMtXS iln ill Brand*.) All ELECTRICAL ACCESSIIRIKS And Many Other t *rtul III MS Dm Numernu. to M l*a> I'S a Vlall hefore n. ,.m. vour Selerllon Useuhere. Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. THE HOUSI FOB liAHCiAINS) \ l aw gawt n,,.H. 'in'., lim.... .;.MI SAC IKONS *S.2 TOASTERS .Sl..7 HOT PLATES SI2..0 "JUNIOR" ELECTRIC COOKER . WITH OVENGRILL and HOTPLATE.. .-&T2AMI a CITY GARAGE TRADING Co., Ltd. VICTORIA STREET-DIAL 4671 I BEAUTY TAKES SILK Say* Helena Rubinstein NOTICE Il herebv ijiven 0 ih^t SALEH HAHMAD £ Mahojiany l .MI is •nplyini 0 i rnor f> cal, 7*' I•• !" 5 I L. S. WILSON R*BV ST. I DIAL 4(Hi9 EVERY WISE WOMAN knowi Ihtl thi _..,.•**— %  %  .'ippculiii km'! MI llcau %  -Ii t.'-ii'l '.'. .in i liiilly fr-miiniit' (tin onMthlng tbsl is lai ramovwl trora a mmak llkt, nud*u| SH.K MCE POWDER ipmdl a transparent film DVtr UM skin DMlDJ > tintiny Silk par' Ii a |h1 '-Ivi %  • 'i msuarent. Natural tlnb and hi %  i rw througli thia ii irittble Silk lilin The S. iei. ili, He,ml v It tl.lers mid Cnsmclic < rtiilioiis of HELENA RUBINSTEIN are obtainable at... Wm. FOC.AIMV. LTD. AOBNTI REAL ESTATE JOHN M. in IIIOS icm. \ F S.. IV A. FOR SALE I <*>und cotillion thi.....-I i I' ...i.ge .1.1. I fin. In.lied r/maoAU lotefl inirtri... unit S nniiulei I,,..,. I.... .,.'.. 1 llv. %  ..( I tie le ....... • It I I" I'. %  I nf tha Ealal* Type xrth -..lull. %  -.1..I n -i laiae loui rnch -i.i.l ... arnica there %  %  %  rr aav Th* S 'lraie l.ige ao.l i %  !. %  Th.r, tub %  niodarniaalion taj be carried out %  %  %  ground* a.. e.t.nt W rll |>lante.t with U.e* and i.ll vartetla* Ther i %  .i I I : i UM %  II.. %  ellent bathing Hli Mil II I i llh 1 % % %  >. BaMe•iiu *.u maintal i ma .u.b* %  kBsajaf % %  • '<% %  % %  %  !# %  ". cn.i.u of an enrloaed galVfT*. living n-.oi din.ng ... Id %  % %  gal's rauni %  nd aheuble gJMaue The piitpeTtP %  %  — • %  nard arid I. -: RENTALS I'l I \\I II \l I ( IIIHOI ," tayrella HI -HIIIH..I | ll*|. I',v| rlngton inn ill Michael Modern : ... ITSMTUIOaU %  r.i M i^i \n M,I sis At'CTIONHKRS andT SCBVLVOKS PL AM \IIIN> |ti II IHNt. I'hone 4640



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mm,,,. mW; MUCH ESTABLISH!*!) 1895 U.N. WAISTS ASSURANCE OF GOOD FAITH FROM RED PEACE DELEGATES WEDNESDAY LY TRICE rr.HtvTs IUM QM:T MUNSAM. July 10 fHE FOLLOWING is the text of the opening .tatement at to day's Kaesong meeting by Vice Admiral C Turner Joy, Chief U N delegate "The U N Command Delegation here present represents and speaks for the Commander in Chief of the U.N Command. It does so fully and solemnly conscious of the great importance to the peoples of the entire world, of the discussions begun here to day i* .', %  %  ,.. %  .. L. Dig) %  v 111 continue in all %  i Liiril lonn % %  < h lime JIS %  n .i|:reemcnt on terms in %  h time n.< an approved l %  I N %  trying thoaa %  i -ii.to ml 1* N COBUUnd delegation will :,1 III good faith. We must be as.surcd that the representatives of %  %  Ki %  ,.i do Uk*wkn General H.Q. issued the following communique on cvaaeflrc %  j ••Five virtually axpri men returned to the advance peace camp m Korea at 6 55 p.m. today, nfier concluding the first day's cease Are talks with Chinese Com•;it Kaesong. Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy. chief of the live man U.N. DaleRatlon to the Cease Fire Talks. i i iikly from the first helioOftCBf, and said, "no comment %  -UP It Mo* Trade Of 4 total value of SI.03K.WIT. Karhjdos exported SI.4U0.373 to Canada in Ma> 1931. I \ ports to the t'nlleif I-1 II. il..m for the -.in.in nth Mere tlttl.tW. Iliiiim May Kjrhados Imli.irti-.l M.H'.H.I ,i| on.lli Kim Canada and S?,119.566 from the I mini Kingdom. tram Au-tralla S3T8.84I of ..i.iis Mere imixirled and from tile I idled Stairs .if America $333,333Truman s Prestige mu m !" // Korean War Ends iB> A. I OI.spM WASHINGTON. July 10 Ti mi.in'. political Stock, which has bobbed up and down apeo laculajrly In the last aix years. is due for a powerful nt'A up* swing if the U N < I successful t-i'.i-i-fire In Korea, aeOni Of .in lent political source Tri.conamsui of Informed opinion ithai the "vindication of. Truma Kon p Ucy ivhsen is how hi' supporters would interpri't i permanent ceased re— might Mpiipulanty that would earnhim r four year term in the White House. Euu.iiK ooganl irfumas bail leal firm days t*i..t the end of the ftji.-.mg In Korea. providing it last*, for a| least a year, II aiToffi the President the opportunity to retire from his high nftlce graceful!) and with honour. Truman has resolulaly refused to say whether he will be a candidate again for the Presidency naatl paw Whalevei his thoughts on this subject were heretofore, it is generally conceded that Truman will have to re-assess his position a* a result of the ovents set off by the Soviet diplomat. Jacob Malik's cease-fire proposal of June 24. -UP. Red Troops Fire On UN WEST CF.NTPAI. I Chu op, red tion. in iho Chorwon-Kumswa %  nigii of Com* MinUts" gra lanftrata he m B arms and in the .lorth eeniul 'I fill palm] mid Kumowo und I Intelligence officers -aid "the B %  M'uig dowi %  ilrcflghtwere the "rti*t arldo ap tt %  %  ostyi to aUiai troop* patrolling ivtensivilv lower reache of the foi-mei triangle. t f Jet Fighters For Europe NEW JERSEY. July in. It was learned on flM lay tl %  fltpnMnl of jet rlghtei I Lines pD leave the Until under the mutual del* i i stance pa If I I i Europe. The plane* are loaded on the deck of a freighter which cleared Newark harbour on July 2. unbar of plant%  Ippad .mi tht .i txacl destination w %  n i|ltai Hrigielier Cenci..! Will MChOtBi tl commanding the An Forces recenlh reactivated -'H47th transportatioii OM the shipment was He in what planned to be stream of tataal Bghlar craft bah •sent to Atlantic pact members CkrBi lab said Mvaral 1 Ipnwi la Hi fighters including latest jets have been shipped from this depot since the initial 1 .iiibeing shipped from the depot after hemg Down hem from plants thrniigluuit the Cnitcl States—r.P. Criticise Salaries For Top Govi. Jobs 'pRENCHANT CRITICISM was levelled .. MTIWinnl tl vt-s'erday's meeting of th tive Council chiefly by Hon'ble G. D. L. Pi' deplored the difficulty in the recruitment of M to fill senior administrative and twbalcal i nmi'iit Service Honlda Dr. H a. Massiah also pointed out that Oownmanl had followed I policy of b officer; :.|U i.111v I T aiti--i. ir and then transferring them to complete! departments than those in which th-y ha.. I special training prnumn BL1CABBTB ii old Jinet Oulhtl* whik Mrs. OnthrU KIV. of hmnorOKx nrl in BtickingbaM F.iUc. ro*d. wail'"i A Ml mKb Mi co.1 anil tiirM •> at lh< a— In Utlk l bora-. II IUlUBll "illi %  L.BJ Allder Finds 11 Hard To Speak The Tru lit —* MR W A CRAWFOfcl5 II ihe HUUM I yeaterd; ' i ;. %  • in. tit hr li.iii IIUKIP compai r w ,„k, |hi %  Wi %  Ii Ii i workt i i Mi F.I W.. \ .,1111 n ver> difflcull to gpMk the ttuih. Mi Crawford wanted Mi Walcotl to withdraw hti I | Knallyl decided i % % %  .... werr^i .. . i ution lor 917.400 which w.is th. I f ii: watt ;igreed to -Money Needed To Promote Economic Development" — Prof. Lewis Supports A Plan LONDON Bic; CAPITAL Uiv a alm apl In under-developed areas %  ui -\\ ara) %  Improva the standard of living und promote the economic development of these areas, according to Prof. W. Arthur Lewis. Profeaaor of Political Economy in the Universit] ol Manchester, who comes from l';i^!' lea, St. Lucia were available on scry cosy terms. This is lantanji -• oaflcancy o' also de%  %  %  lot have th<%  .•-n-iiii mi aducatlon, on public health and on other public l*rmd they cannot bOfTOW money foe these %  no productive" purpoaaa. "This I % %  '..! i.. Pne i { II i' to niaki | expand tleu pabbV nibftitutc prtvata invertment. On 1 the pu I waj one of the %  %  %  DO RDM m New York in • the raqja I'r.iti'd NaUoae t<> danat a ih<> of under Altar lan snal ilsta drafted %  article In the Li Observer. While he '. enee 10 the 1 appltcabhi to Waal -, problem*. No Mom \ do not because %  %  n %  %  %  -most of it ..itter*—but IOH mi non. %  %  poor con10 increase %  nnum (which is the i •';. Buropo and %  .nnunl import of %  lllon dollars %  •old by potentl resources. If an Invedment is to be nude there must be peopl< 'ho can ;. patently -IMI people to run It. I sadly lacking m skilled people. administrators, aclantlflta, mcchnnI will. Grnnls AciurdiniU Ihr Krpurl recommends Hut cuntu N( li i>. in id" to the under-drveloped esunlrie* fur cerUln *prcilir purposes, >uch a* asrleultura) e\lenlii, crvlee. research, public health, trrh%  laal ir^iniim aad iiInaeavemi-iii "I rural public uork*. "It recommend* thai a %  pedal I filled Nalluna acnc> b.irraled l make and "uprrvi-r naeafl sranU .mi that It drrlve IU income from conirlhulKiiiby the countries of Western r'urope. North America and Australasia T h i a income should ri*e over the *ears in j le\rl of three billion dollars a year.*" prof. Li '* ,f iat three %  in the < %  wcumstdiices. It %  of the incomes b in it. For the I'niled Kln| %  I eentrlbui nwde tc colonial development. 0:.c leaaon En I population in K> annum. I imlucti* irtane of foodttufni and "Thl na %  ">ntlnues I as could be doubled in iwat only i*r %  %  %  %  %  %  Oatis l-i IIIIIIMTIII Says State Dept. WASHINGTON. July 10. The S!-.t Deparuneni said on Tuesday night that evii. awted ;t the Prague trial of wU3 :'i i American eni of si>> ,\ Communlat i victed Oatis who reported for the • he Aaaoclated Pn Inm to ten years' unpi i Western •uthorltiea gsnerali) havi insisted ihe chaises were trumped up and tetiminy ;it trial WOI forced. But even if atrhft takan aci urateb Wa State DepartI it tvould not convict %  Uce prevails —II.P. Bishop 4ppoiiited VATICAN env J Pope Pius XII today .. Father Pellegniio Da I pfiaaatly Supartor of ttw of the Trinity In Rome, chief pie-, late of Batanes ai the I'lnltppines the Pope elevated rathei Da U Fi.eiiie to LM MilosaI r NO CASUALTY NKW i i 'P.K I ... %  | Stati %  %  i %  ml'' if I %  and promise-! t.i keep m rajsi A :-#aa. I r Pour hundred dollars of th< if U R< purchase nf i ^ n d adjoinlna Shrewslur ] ,.,.! [0 hi used as a playiiv.: ti-l.i foi IB* School The rema %  %  %  %  %  idenduia to tin tion reads: %  •a of appro) %  % %  School, si Philip for use as %  %  ., %  % %  leeai of SI", per annum and is the only .liable for playlleld am' %  .,, [,i;i pot %  llai II w adlfinf io *-n It and. ii purl Dt, It will -iiv of the BchooL r2> The Inereaea in %  espeeiallv ': rop whii %  i dilation hai H urteni need i;nlair RAN, JuU in I Mihtaiv Qovernoi 11 Ah %  %  %  %  .... ... %  i'iist Abi%  %  %  Iran bad not I fli idrewing her %  i %  i %  %  %  i %  ... 'he ml dl %  %  i %  (riif/ndiiy Is Important To Free \\ orld D> II CL <)imm.n* (1 i the i of the 1 %  Old might %  | %  %  %  nf AiiiM 'illin I HI %  iv hand i : raa therel .. %  %  Cummins then res the Director on the matter of thel manure. Mr. |\ I. H holt .1.) pSCOBdl I %  the motion Mr. O I. Alldrr (1.1 drew nt| lention to the •. 1 ,md spreade/.' 1 1 a* iijii noi necessity '.<<• lit%  i %  e On Page I i .. Mn %  I In ai ... %  %  M th* world .' -i %  hiring, th I. i aid he had pounded %  I i r. kVuiuanGefe VKoek From Corregidor WA8HII Bataan I Truman with .. ... %  %  % %  .: seek of cerel Plfl i of the %  i" a token tr. %  %  d in peace r.P. .*.<.. Will Protest Beating CM It Mian In Soulli \friea %  ; %  %  I Sevan Makes Bid For Power %  : %  eml ici 1 forci % %  .. %  %  %  I %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  he hit i %  1 i i i %  %  he hlahj> %  I %  .it.. ,, i llal J %  [ i 'mini %  i . l i i m enl •>! effect Io %  i inin* I %  i i i %  %  ..Heel Ihe Publll %  place win and lhal *• R. i ..Mi th* i %  %  hi • nme effort i" deal with tha i %  hot th. fai to havi adth reajai I i On race .'. i Qril 1 G %  %  %  ilonli 11 %  %  %  I The "ADVOCATF." pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night. I INTRODUCING ... aborb much 1 effort r Be^'an and left wing launched Labour Pai %  i: :i *lash In the %  : %  ].' | I %  %  'lome and fon icies, Bevuu and 24 foil' sued a pamphlet laviii, %  .•t of prii tain should follow. They Jndl..I %  our and resources to %  Id aroara >ig ..' %  rest rain%  on Amei %  %  • %  setUen %  %  thai r* ilent Trui' general settlemenl -.f \ %  Dardanelli .i eat;.. %  '" Seek To Guard A lorn Secrets %  II %  the West 1 %  %  i %  i p I HI I Mil.IT THAT III I II \ I s Ml KIMIS OF I* rUN Will// i %  C at nza win// r f. | >i 111 %  ... i %  %  ' D WHIZZ i a 12 Tahiti i lived I | I'.VM.I



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TWO U.\Ki:\lM)s ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, JULY II, 1851 Cakib fiaUinq UU31 %  a hoarn . | %  %  ymr. Mi f i %  %  Married in B.G. :: .. i . ,.r.. on Satu %  I %  ; i niu I Mayo, BJ wh Honed .ii st i >..!.') Expected To-day AM. \1itS. II R I C B % %  D (iiUinilMr. [j.niii who u swaying mediclfl'* %  B iw mv for lie is I %  [ Leaving To-day M l v. i | an re iui %  %  BxpOCU I tn. HUM 'I %  l!cmn ittee Meeting M l; JAMES NICOL, I D u item n for Trinidad %  %  mooting %  ; %  r 1 |nd U:. | I i 141 la K prampti id W. flew %  end %  >( ihi Quick Work M i %  %  Davis %  In Tiinidad lor iwi>. Bank of I ,!ty nl the danca on [ghl They led ffcirhiii Trinidad, from Plan On honeymoon M R AN!) MK.s. RICHARD K1N<, arrived from TiinH id iv( i '.h' week-end lo spend their %  %  .... Mr. King is the a I ., i i '. •! Kins. Mrs Utuj is iiu forma iKdelU Habtb ieorj nidad Frorr Germany A T peewt." holidaying in Ml Hatter* While WHO plans to be here lor about Ihroi she arrived • •%  "many, sucaidintc %  week In New York on route. %  ho is ill preaeni with 20th CenFiirr.s -tnd for the pa it %  <• b • %  tr, tn flermony. M, W!iil. is !!,< %  Nil II Pan .i..iiii.it.. r of Mrs. s M Perelra and sister of Mrs Jack Kgnn and Mrs Clarice bat holiday *h* with her state* Mr* <..,.. % %  .it Glcni . Si 1., %  Three Months M ISS MA IDA H1I.L. daughter ami Mr*. Carlton Hill -t Holborn. Fontabelle left fut Trinidad on Monday afternoon by II W.I.A. to spend aba months* holiday staving with h*i BUM in San Fernando. Eminent Hawks 'p!!A! vxduaive body o: I brfdfB apflrfjaaaj) DM %  gwk dub bald a moat succeasfiil annual dinner last night at %  Home, Lord Iff, •>( HO, .. dinner lawn tenril>> •uil. wan in the chair. • ai the rlub entertiiic. ... their ifucnl of hnnnui one c.nnbridge man who inot a Hawk. This ttaM Lord llnil>n/i>n of Tara wan invited. Also the club invited the Casnbtldjl rowing crew. All ni.ni:! tha onmmlttaa wished to show Their appreciation '•( the IT.* achievamants on the Thames and in UM United States. K R Brown uw l the ruur othei n,embers of the club who wen! v itli the liCC, team to AuKlftil),i were present. Incidental Intelligence I NSTRUCTIONS in the stair guida "f •* big I-ondon store % %  F,ah aaaaataaft, upoa sntaruoi Ujis -'i vice of the store, after aeeing the buyer of the department must report tn the manager of the lUsaatllng office." —L.E.S >//** is GMAt II Hi I if* Ml// ill I — Let's Face It -I Have No Talent She may be the met. Fields and the dawgfatai "But I. i have no la* i i . i today. aotud DM v-a-i to go on U. I would not want lo drag the family UwsftK name "lown." "as just won the right u. %  Britain's Festival (jirl Mother Will <.... Too Training ti. ixa rnannaquin i he was persuaded by hei • -> mto Mi.i ontael Boa prtaa %  a month's ,nr trip around the world. lands down, and paand Tn Ann ighnj. ,< chuh^. She won the Brighton heat i-i.ds down, a Bouthorn Area ter. There, too, winner. Should Gh hi i mothoi "in not lei the worhl trip alone M | shall %  %  i eajiaeitv bf I Lffg \^ : wA. m i i F^" B.B.C. Radio Programme WEON'EADAY JI-I V II 1SB1 II 11 am t^-Mtramno Parsd*. lib l '. <KPOT *or Bibles anii (AiDoinlng lr. Lowes iChlropi 0P| V H.M A.M. TO 12 H — K MPwl IN BAY STREET ? ii Literature aagar) 'iiin rtomi N00M I1AILY I PI-I I I j • 11 p m Boulbafii (kfridr Otihr.tr. I Today • OV'i ; ~— II M|a -HUB St Mai \. m : i p m Nr*: u p m Twm> QjaaaUaai %  %  %  ••••. pi.i-11., N-f %  IS |i in I SarM— A.aw—il. %  4S >— w PlaM %  • i 10 II Ifl pin InOlluak*. IB li p i NUn„.r.al I-h.prl I>Ml-a1l. ISpn Mid V rtk Talk R 0 E SWORD 1 %  %  %  %  > 1 %  1 1 1 _i i in MISS ORACF WAKffllll) I r-i'i il queen SOLEMN STEALING RANGOON i ..i I bu bad Unas, dernirty bandlia armed with saandad 5,000 rupaoa. The abbot 1 MI th.-m the kev, and bid them on the out %  • monastery as he had l Ihe .-urn demanded. Tha band*0 the pr.'.LUniK BbOOt .m,i. n, Hi got awaj '-nth 350 rupees roitfhiHf./'Uhut ...,.i liitmm PLAZA FRIDAY IIIIIIM.I I on \ a.ao1 IS A ..I0 ....... nn.1 CONTINUINC DAILV at 4.45 and 8.30 p.m. T • i | the wn D I ...... %  %  %  -it b %  adventure implanted In them %  : %  .: %  / Iv, ///. il\ I n)n„vmvnl Officer* T in I Oating r I %  1 ul i!i< hou Intormi PC lo pui 'i UV > %  ''i"ii w in illi^uin'ed but peculiar. Hi win it iha Soutn Alricmi cricne'i-rBill b~ pisvitig '*' I Taaif viiough to :.'0-t a tap. i*. I. Kaport you may rea.1 ol the not I lead i*. i Wnii paintlna. Si i Id OAIIC in U> au.t.jmlje. i7| In in. oat l>ir>i I. A Mam >M' la upart. |4) To alrlko. aa a Olrd IM pre*. (SI Daani DM Sirlllan oiira Indicate UIF Saaier Monday maaaacre in IJSJ. I7I 2. Adorn with luaire %  • H> wa* uHad lo accouni fur the ( crsceutlon. it) m ripe to jo> up a* underaiaad. Ill 5>acied aiorlea aet to raualc, |H| HorealU-r would be mlw.iii. (J) What a Blrl | Pit 10 go lo P.T. .i.>wity. IS) L Folluwins a DM ne wuuld quality :or a wen-known near. <3i i Lt Oolly uae them at Christmas tima. (4. t i Tha bulging part or a caaK. <6) i. Itiey made tha aallor aall. (Si I. P'aee tn a mass nt matter. 161 i By which you are allowed nuir ad*ertUament In Bio. (5) VIM \IH II.IH AU DVOKAK and "GUNS OF THE PECOS ..l', FWn l.YON Tha Slnalr Cowbov Dirk rOKAN "OPERATION PAClFH '* John WAYNE SUNSET PASS" STATION WEST" U All! V TIIK OABDBM — ST. JAMES "T HE H UNTED" NEWSHOUNDS" I... I'.OHUnA !>..,u I IS ...in > %  '.V.VVV/V//VV*V/V*V*V*',^V/*.V,V.V.V,V/.-,',V,V,',',*, EMPIRE ll*d Arlul PirMllU OlARI.ir. CIIAP1.IN in ••Cm LIGHTS BOXY HOY.ll. r*a.y a T aaai n ia i.stasif' O Stth C-Pox Doubk * %  M.i"., Ii,,,. m Ij %  l>/\ II* <;JHL o -iul^oai of jeilMdar'* |IM^ —Aera^r O w.t-: \ apmuat; ja, i,id. 13. Km. 14. Lia; \\ Briea: W. IA N laaai a iaaw r taai LSI * SalpMSII Willir.,n t-|litl in %  'i*r: al, Amu: R. Crrcp*. !•• % %  : I. Innuroer; a. 1 E IarnmL4. &aO*i: :>. Te:*w1 T. .. %  -, I-...-.; IS, HMpa, IS. Ora 81 IfABLA ESPAXOL Ollll VI Al [ CURIOS, SOUVENIRS. ANI TIQUES, IVORY. JEWELS, SILKS Etc. HUMS I % %  <; \I.I. i w t.f:cio\i 1 3> % %  i:sriv\Tio\ BIO HOI sirB-*-SrS.iw, j; %  Jl HOLE PATROL •Wl Kri.i,,,, M,i|„. „„„, „„, Oil A1I-I4 Taa a l aaaiiiio at a %  is loth C-Fox Double ITr.lo,, KtiMrr. Vlcl.ir Mrbon In %  K tMilM HHII) GANGSTnS" ... and %  I M'/WA-.S' XWKWir SEA VIEW GlEST HOUSE HASTINGS UARBADOS Under new rranagement. Dally and lonn'' quoted on request Permanent guests welcome. Dinner and Coi Stall parties arranged. J. II. BL'CKLAND. Proprietor in enfotes h %  1 %  i %  <.IO.II; Opening I'ritlnv lllth with The All. STAR CONTEST ,•( the new vt w | lo j s pestered by fools. Ta Ua imoB t 'opy %  Moiilniarfri but to read n| plain i i rrosaing the Atlantle "wwout Mi and not s drink In drawing rein" %  %  ^.^ •' v that : Dont %  : I %  : %  %  • %  I Sturm* M>, ifinj I P I %  W i || %  I %  %  %  mmuig the Channel IMCAI 2S:J PATRICIAINLML VOR^'SGNE I • raafssssi HTHII % %  he hinrft (he drawing IO the little hear. It'* J con ol inni." murmurs Rupei'. Then he Kara banlsr. "Why. i'v BMB ihu btsso %  a u. "I '. ISM .ne th-: M Oe the moio:-iii ol ihf lidv who Ri^e i" well." uy* ili* ok) ni.ii. h l II** Fish II....ks St.niil-ss SI, i 1 \', Cotton iinil Seine Twlnei TIIK 11 I ISO VIMIS* MI-III'IIIIIMI COTTO.A' I AITOIIV I.TI. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 TOMORROW XiTE al II. Ill MADAM 1F1I.L PRKSF.NTS : THE STARBUDS OF 1951 FEATUIUNG •• ThiUI. 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MUNSAM. July 10
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.tatement at to day's Kaesong meeting by
Vice Admiral C Turner Joy, Chief U N delegate
"The U N Command Delegation here present
represents and speaks for the Commander in Chief
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.iii.ii.'.. i tit the O
R
of hostilities IS hCoTM, under ron-
their resumption.
Tii. .i.-leg. linn i- m-ie lor that
oil purpose. It will dtaeuM
iiiilii.uy matter! in Kon
abject.
gwgetksn will not rtMcus*

ny kirn i
i

.. i., a ii iiioni begun
pi ku directly upon
the good faith of the delegations
With (oo
. .-
I) .ilmosphere of mod
in nicb in ./
BVi .;.,...
SUCtl an atmosphere can
\u.t .vii.n- truth prevails. Am
m Li-r r N Command delegate
Of the Commandei m Chiel of the
N
v\ ith th utmoM
; laga so clear
I irusot he misunderstood ex-
.. pi i > thoaa
i -ii.- to ml .
1* N COBUUnd delegation will
:,1 iii good faith. We must be as-
.surcd that the representatives of
Ki
. ,.i do Uk*wkn
General H.Q. issued the follow-
ing communique on cvaaeflrc
j
Five virtually axpri
men returned to the advance peace
camp m Korea at 6 55 p.m. today,
nfier concluding the first day's
cease Are talks with Chinese Com-
- ;it Kaesong.
Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy.
chief of the live man U.N. Dale-
Ratlon to the Cease Fire Talks.
i i iikly from the first heli-
oOftCBf, and said, "no comment

-UP
It Mo* Trade
Of 4 total value of
SI.03K.WIT. Karhjdos export-
ed SI.4U0.373 to Canada in
Ma> 1931.
I \ ports to the t'nlleif
I-1ii.il..m for the -.in.-
in nth Mere tlttl.tW.
Iliiiim May Kjrhados Im-
li.irti-.l M.H'.H.I ,i| on.ll-
i Kim Canada and S?,119.566
from the I mini Kingdom.
tram Au-tralla S3T8.84I
of ..i.iis Mere imixirled and
from tile I idled Stairs .if
America $333,333-
Truman s Prestige
mu m //
Korean War Ends
iB> A. I OI.spM
WASHINGTON. July 10
Ti mi.in'. political Stock, which
has bobbed up and down apeo
laculajrly In the last aix years.
is due for a powerful nt'A up*
swing if the U N < I
successful t-i'.i-i-fire In Korea, ae-
Oni Of .in
lent political source
Tri.- conamsui of Informed
opinion i- thai the "vindication
of. Truma Kon p Ucy ivhsen
is how hi' supporters would in-
terpri't i permanent ceased re
might m-
piipulanty that would earn- him
" r four year term in the
White House.
Euu.iiK ooganl irfumas
bail leal firm
days t*i..t the end of the ftji.-.mg
In Korea. providing it last*, for
a| least a year, II aiToffi the
President the opportunity to retire
from his high nftlce graceful!) and
with honour.
Truman has resolulaly refused
to say whether he will be a can-
didate again for the Presidency
naatl paw
Whalevei his thoughts on this
subject were heretofore, it is gen-
erally conceded that Truman will
have to re-assess his position a* a
result of the ovents set off by the
Soviet diplomat. Jacob Malik's
cease-fire proposal of June 24.
-UP.
Red Troops
Fire On UN
WEST CF.NTPAI. I
Chu
op,
red

tion. in iho Chorwon-Kumswa
.....nigii.....
of Com*
MinUts" gra lanftrata
he m
B arms and
in the
.lorth eeniul .
'I fill palm] mid
Kumowo und I
Intelligence officers -aid "the
B
M'uig dowi

ilrcflght-
were the "rti*t arldoaptt
ostyi to aUiai
troop* patrolling ivtensivilv
lower reache of the foi-mei
triangle.
t f
Jet Fighters
For Europe
NEW JERSEY. July in.
It was learned on flM lay tl
' fltpnMnl of jet rlghtei
I Lines pD leave the Until
under the mutual del* i i
stance pa If I
I i Europe. The plane* are loaded
on the deck of a freighter which
cleared Newark harbour on July
2.
unbar of plant-
Ippad .mi tht .i txacl
destination w n i|ltai
Hrigielier Cenci..! Will MChOtBi tl
commanding the An Forces re-
cenlh reactivated -'H47th trans-
portatioii OM
the shipment was He
in what planned to be
stream of tataal Bghlar craft bah -
sent to Atlantic pact members
CkrBi lab said Mvaral 1 Ipnwi la
Hi fighters including latest jets
have been shipped from this
depot since the initial
1 .iii- being shipped from
the depot after hemg Down hem
from plants thrniigluuit the Cnitcl
Statesr.P.
Criticise Salaries
For Top Govi. Jobs
'pRENCHANT CRITICISM was levelled ..
MTIWinnl tl vt-s'erday's meeting of th
tive Council chiefly by Hon'ble G. D. L. Pi'
deplored the difficulty in the recruitment of M
to fill senior administrative and twbalcal
i nmi'iit Service
Honlda Dr. H a. Massiah also pointed out
that Oownmanl had followed I policy of b
officer; :.|U i.111v I t aiti--i. ir
and then transferring them to complete!
departments than those in which th-y ha.. I
special training
prnumn BL1CABBTB ii
old Jinet Oulhtl* whik Mrs. OnthrU kiv.
of hmnorOKx nrl in BtickingbaM F.iUc. ro*d. wai- l'"i A Ml
mKb Mi co.1 anil tiirM > at lh< a In Utlk l bora-. II I- UlUBll "illi

L.BJ
Allder Finds 11
Hard To Speak
The Tru lit*
MR W A CRAWFOfcl5 ii ihe Huum I
yeaterd; ' i
;. in. tit hr li.iii iiukIp compai r
w,k, |hi Wi Ii Ii i workt i i
Mi F.I W..
\ .,1111 n ver> difflcull to gpMk the
ttuih. Mi Crawford wanted Mi Walcotl to withdraw hti
I | K-
nallyl
decided i ... on allowing the reporter)
to read back whal Mi l
had said
Mr. AII.1. i ftlOl
.:alle.l a liar, While Mi
lha Chairman and Mi aii-i- >. werr^i
.. .
i ution lor
917.400 which w.is th. I
f ii: watt ;igreed to
-Money Needed To Promote
Economic Development"
Prof. Lewis Supports A Plan
LONDON
Bic; capital Uivaalmapl In under-developed areas
ui-\\ ara) '! Improva the standard of living und pro-
mote the economic development of these areas, according
to Prof. W. Arthur Lewis. Profeaaor of Political Economy
in the Universit] ol Manchester, who comes from l';i^!' lea,
St. Lucia
were available on scry cosy terms.
This is lantanji - oaflcancy o'
also de-

lot have th<-
.-n-iiii mi aducatlon, on public
health and on other public l*r-
md they cannot bOfTOW
money foe these no productive"
purpoaaa.
"This I '..!
i.. Pne i
{ II i' to niaki
|
expand tleu pabbV
nibftitutc
prtvata invertment.
On 1
the pu
I waj one of the

DO RDM m New York in
the raqja
I'r.iti'd NaUoae t<> danata ih<>
of under -
Altar lan snal
ilsta drafted

. article In
the Li Observer. While he
'. enee 10 the
1
. appltcabhi to Waal
-, problem*.
No Mom \
do not
because

n


-most of it
..itter*but
IOH mi non.

poor con-
10 increase

nnum (which is
the i ';. Buropo and

.nnunl import of

lllon dollars
old by potentl
resources. If an Invedment
is to be nude there must be peopl<
'ho can ;.
patently -imI people to run It.
I
sadly lacking m skilled people.
administrators, aclantlflta, mcchnn-
I will.
Grnnls
' AciurdiniU Ihr Krpurl
recommends Hut cuntu n(.....li
i>. in id" to the under-drvel-
oped esunlrie* fur cerUln
*prcilir purposes, >uch a* asrl-
eultura) e\lenlii, crvlee.
research, public health, trrh-
laal ir^iniim aad ii- Inaeave-
mi-iii "I rural public uork*.
"It recommend* thai a pe-
dal I filled Nalluna acnc> b.-
irraled l make and "uprrvi-r
naeafl sranU .mi that It drrlve
IU income from conirlhulKiii-
by the countries of Western
r'urope. North America and
Australasia T h i a income
should ri*e over the *ears in
j le\rl of three billion dollars
a year.*"
prof. Li '* ,fiat three

in the of the incomes
b
in it. For the I'niled Kln|
I
eentrlbui nwde tc
colonial development.
0:.c leaaon En I
population in K> "
annum. I imlucti*
irtane of
foodttufni and -
"Thl na ">ntlnues
I .
as could be
doubled in iwat *
only i*r



Oatis l-i IiiiiimtiiI
Says State Dept.
WASHINGTON. July 10.
The S!-.t Deparuneni said on
Tuesday night that evii.
awted ;t the Prague trial of wU-
3 :'i i American
eni of si>>
,\ Communlat i
victed Oatis who reported for the
he Aaaoclated Pn
Inm to ten years' unpi i
Western uthorltiea gsnerali) havi
insisted ihe chaises were trumped
up and tetiminy ;it trial WOI
forced. But even if atrhft
takan aci urateb Wa State Depart-
I it tvould not convict
.
Uce prevails II.P.
Bishop 4ppoiiited
VATICAN env J
Pope Pius XII today ..
Father Pellegniio Da I
pfiaaatly Supartor of ttw
of the Trinity In Rome, chief pie-,
late of Batanes ai
the I'lnltppines
the Pope elevated rathei Da U
Fi.eiiie to LM
Milosa- I r

NO CASUALTY
NKW i i 'P.K
I ... | Stati

i
ml'' if I
and promise-! t.i keep m
rajsi A .....:-#aa.
I r
Pour hundred dollars of th<
if U R<
purchase nf i ^ n d adjoinlna
Shrewslur ] ,.,.! [0 hi
used as a playiiv.: ti-l.i foi IB*
School The rema
'
idenduia to tin
tion reads:

a of appro)

School, si Philip for use as

.,! leeai
of SI", per annum and is the only
.liable for playlleld am'
.,, [,i;i pot llai
ii w adlfinf io *-n It and. ii pur-
l Dt, It will
-iiv of the
BchooL
r2> The Inereaea in

espeeiallv ':
rop whii
i dilation hai
' h urteni need i h llowlpj lien
t the 1 i
i. ..-I..
. and the
It; of the
might * In.
fwesfn
vsao
sou
$300m For Oil
LONDON, .'nl'. '"

i.
wrlttei
imni-i Snaaotloii !-' *e*

i
mt Iran
would
IHHMHMI I'T.
Iran Takes
Over Wires
/MIA..

with the
1

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fulur* polli

out

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nth othei i
A i
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I
I

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i nlonlal Societal-
lu the last pai aeraph "i hu re-
ply he ret
ed tn tha

partlrulai are contained In the Hi -
Unification .t thi Pi
fardini

IS Ittto of the Mtb
. tl II. I:

iH.,t .in,) l have ..
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Turpin New
World Chu in /1
LONDON. J*iU I"
Randolph Turpin, 23 year
old British negro to-day
.'tunned the boxing world
when be limed the World
tittle by defeat-
inn the American negro Htle-
boldei
I- i Court lo-nla;ht.
Turpin i the i
i
weight UUi I
GovL Orders Curfew
For Entire \l>;nlair
RAN, JuU in '
I
Mihtaiv Qovernoi 11 Ah
-




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i'iist Abi-


Iran bad not I fli
idrewing her
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...
'he ml dl

i
"
(riif/ndiiy Is
Important
To Free \\ orld
D> II CL <)imm.n* (1 i
the i of the 1

Old might
| .
-

nf AiiiM 'illin I
HI
iv hand i
: raa therel
..
Cummins then res
the Director on the matter of thel
manure.
Mr. |\ I. H holt .1.) pSCOBdl I
the motion
Mr. O I. Alldrr (1.1 drew nt- |
lention to the . 1
,md spreade/.'11
a* iijii noi
necessity '.<< lit- ' i
e On Page I
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In ai
...
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th* world .' -i '
hiring, th
I.
i
aid he had pounded
I
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kVuiuanGefe VKoek
From Corregidor
WA8HII
Bataan
I
Truman with ..
...



.:
seek of cerel
Plfl i of the

i" a token tr.

d in peace r.P.
.*.<.. Will Protest
Beating CM It Mian
In Soulli \friea

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Sevan Makes Bid For Power


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effect Io
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place win
and lhal * R. i
..Mi th* i

hi
nme effort i" deal with tha
i
hot th.
fai to havi
adth reajai I
i
On race .'.
i Qril
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ilonli 11
!
I
The "ADVOCATF."
pays for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night.
I
INTRODUCING
...
aborb much
1 effort
r
Be^'an and left wing
launched
Labour Pai
. i: :i *lash In the
.:].' |
I

'lome and fon
icies, Bevuu and 24 foil'
sued a pamphlet laviii,
.t of prii
tain should follow. They Jndl-
-

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our and resources to
Id aroara >ig ..'

rest rain-

on Amei

"


- setUen

thai r*
ilent Trui'
general settlemenl -.f
\

Dardanelli
.i eat;.. '"
Seek To Guard
A lorn Secrets
.
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I HI I Mil.IT THAT III I II \ I s
Ml KIMIS OF I* rUN
Will//
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TWO
U.\Ki:\lM)s advocate
WEDNESDAY, JULY II, 1851
Cakib fiaUinq
.
UU31

! a hoarn
. |


ymr.
Mi f i

Married in B.G.
- :: .. ,
i
.
. ,.r.. on Satu

I ; i niu
! I Mayo, BJ wh
Honed .ii st
i >..!.')
Expected To-day
AM. \1itS. II R I C B

D
(iiUinilMr.
[j.niii who u swaying mediclfl'*

Biw
mv for
lie is
I

[
Leaving To-day
Ml
v. i |
an re iui

BxpOCU I tn. HUM
'I

l!cmn ittee Meeting
Ml; JAMES NICOL, I D
u
item n for Trinidad
" mooting ';

r 1 |nd U- :.
| ,
I i 141
la k prampti
id W. flew

end >( ihi
Quick Work
Mi Davis

In Tiinidad lor iwi>.
Bank of I
,!ty nl the
danca on
[ghl They led ffcirhii-
i Trinidad,
from Plan
On honeymoon
MR AN!) MK.s. RICHARD
K1N<, arrived from TiinH id
iv( i '.h' week-end lo spend their
. ....
Mr. King is the a I
. ., i i
'. ! Kins. Mrs
Utuj is iiu forma iKdelU Habtb
ieorj
nidad
Frorr Germany
AT peewt." holidaying in
Ml Hatter*
While who plans to be here lor
about Ihroi she arrived
-"many, sucaidintc
week In New York on route.
' ho is ill preaeni
with 20th Cen-
Fiirr.s -tnd for the pa it
< b t- r,
tn flermony.
M, W!iil. is !!,< Nil II
Pan .i..iiii.it..r of Mrs.
s M Perelra and sister of Mrs
Jack Kgnn and Mrs Clarice
bat holiday *h*
with her state* Mr*
<..,.. .it Glcni . Si 1.,
Three Months
MISS MA IDA H1I.L. daughter
ami Mr*. Carlton Hill
-t Holborn. Fontabelle left fut
Trinidad on Monday afternoon by
II W.I.A. to spend aba
months* holiday staving with h*i
BUM in San Fernando.
Eminent Hawks
'p!!A! vxduaive body o:
I brfdfB apflrfjaaaj) Dm
gwk dub bald a moat succeas-
fiil annual dinner last night at
' Home, Lord Iff, >(
HO, .. dinner lawn tenril>>
uil. wan in the chair.
ai the rlub entertiiic.
... their ifucnl of hnnnui one
c.nnbridge man who i-
not a Hawk. This ttaM Lord
llnil>n/i>n of Tara wan invited.
Also the club invited the Casn-
btldjl rowing crew. All ni.ni-
:!
tha onmmlttaa wished to show
Their appreciation '( the it.*
achievamants on the Thames and
in UM United States.
k R Brown uwl the ruur othei
n,embers of the club who wen!
v itli the liCC, team to AuKlfti-
l),i were present.
Incidental Intelligence
INSTRUCTIONS in the stair
guida "f * big I-ondon store
F,ah aaaaataaft, upoa sntaruoi
Ujis -'i vice of the store, after
aeeing the buyer of the depart-
ment must report tn the manager
of the lUsaatllng office."
L.E.S
>//** is GMAt II Hi I if* *
Ml// ill I
Let's Face It
-I Have
No Talent
She may be the met.
Fields and the dawgfatai
'
"But I- i have no
la* i i .
i today.
aotud DM
v-a-i to go on U.
I would not want lo
drag the family UwsftK name
"lown."
"as just won the right u.

Britain's Festival (jirl '
Mother Will <.... Too
Training ti. ix- a rnannaquin i he
was persuaded by hei
-> mto Mi.- i ontael Boa prtaa
a month's ,nr trip around the
world.
lands down, and paand
Tn Ann ighnj. ,< chuh^.
She won the Brighton heat
i-i.ds down, a
Bouthorn Area
ter. There, too,
winner.
Should Gh
hi i mothoi "in not lei
the worhl trip alone M| shall
i
eajiaeitv bf .....I
Lffg
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MISS ORACF WAKffllll)
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SOLEMN STEALING
RANGOON i ..i I bu bad Unas, de-
rnirty bandlia armed with saandad 5,000 rupaoa. The abbot
1 mi th.-m the kev, and bid them
' on the out monastery as he had
l Ihe .-urn demanded. Tha band-
*0 the pr.'.LUniK BbOOt .m,i. n, Hi got awaj '-nth 350 rupees
roitfhiHf./'Uhut ...,.i liitmm !
PLAZA FRIDAY
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T
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^uin'ed but peculiar. Hi
! win it iha Soutn Alricmi
cricne'i-r- Bill b~ pisvitig '*'
I Taaif viiough to :.'0-t a tap. i*.
I. Kaport you may rea.1 ol the not
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i Wnii paintlna. Si
i Id Oaiic in U> au.t.jmlje. i7|
In in. oat l>ir>i
I. A Mam >M' la upart. |4)
! To alrlko. aa a Olrd IM pre*. (SI
Daani
DM Sirlllan oiira Indicate Uif
Saaier Monday maaaacre in IJSJ.
i7i 2. Adorn with luaire
H> wa* uHad lo accouni fur the
(crsceutlon. it)
m ripe to jo> up a* under-
aiaad. Ill
. 5>acied aiorlea aet to raualc, |H|
. HorealU-r would be mlw.iii. (J)
What a Blrl | Pit 10 go lo P.T.
.i.>wity. IS)
L Folluwins a DM ne wuuld quality
:or a wen-known near. <3i
i Lt Oolly uae them at Christmas
tima. (4. t
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i. Itiey made tha aallor aall. (Si
I. P'aee tn a mass nt matter. 161
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ad*ertUament In Bio. (5)
VIM \IH II.IH "THE BLACK ROSE'
la I -< dm-..lot
pagi Tyrone puuex oaaoK waixxs cacnx avbbv
JACK IIAWKI.VS
A ma -alary ! Plclar*
MAI 2:110 PLAZA BMWGKTOWN
"THIS WAS PARIS''
fwn i.yon a OaaffSSI joneb > au dvokak
and "GUNS OF THE PECOS
..l', FWn l.YON
Tha Slnalr Cowbov Dirk rOKAN
"OPERATION PAClFH '* John WAYNE
" SUNSET PASS"
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PLAYING FIELD
ENQUIRY ENDED
ADDR1 i Ad Attorney General Hon.
I I Field, Mi E K Walcotl and Mr. E. "D. Mottley con-
iludeU the Princess Alice Playing Field Inquiry at the
Council Clumber on Monday evening.
Sir Clement Malone was the sole Commissioner.
ly pressing one. It wu to be
imitf-^ci I November.
Rainfall
The Attorney General said that
when things of that
done, they arouse suspicion and
the public began to smk i Prom
..tti'n ha n he tiad at
lus disposal, there was no sug-
gestion of fraud on Mr. Tudof*s
paii Other Churchwardens had
told him that they would have
icted in a different Bra* if Miov
had thr 'r..iltrr 10 "<'.'l with.
As in Itaa Question hi .if tin- vouchers, we
n.ivr il from Mr. Pile, the Audi-
tor, that *ome vouch*'i.
eertilled and somp not properly
Th-1 lalior m-
bv Mr. Ashby on the instructions
of the Churchwarden. That U
i , i ..-. that If M
the Oik tf the PUying Fields
Committee teas fuiutionmn. na
would have l>een the proper per-
.iif. ceitain vouchers
M
um.I in hta capacity as Building
Supervib-ii ' Having fall-
ad to utilise the service1. <>f thaga
od being Chut
nnd Chnirman of the Playing
Fields i:ommmee at the same
lime, there was no one to pro-
roXV the vouchers.
"As to tne Question Of hnts."
he said, "you have heard how th-'
tenders were nskrri for." The
question was, he said, that hav-
ing received three and opened
them, n fourth was reeelve.1
whlota happened i>y man co-ln-
(idence to be the least.
It served useful purpose since
i: was cheaper. No matter what
method Vfai ad opt iv, n wa>
cheaper, 'Plus tender was award-
Francis through her ra-
lly* to remove than huts
Si well Th.- Imt wrre
ramovad to tha Roof under bit
bj i-H (iidilions and (hen it was
d by Mr. Worrell the
contractor that part of the hut
.. .ma*.
"I am not goinn to comment
on the various allegations which
have been made on this hut and
the jieople that removed it." he
.said I myself feel that they
hOUld have mow :
1 (!i> not know Of anv evidence
which eonnaetf Mr. Cox to the
unlawful disappearance of this
hut"
It had undoubtedly been stolen.
Politics
The Commissioner, he said,
wi uld appreciate the fact i*iat
although i"' V*e '
poUUeal body, matters of u poli-
IM i RavOOT were discussed there
and it could well be real
;. lot of eao allegations leamed to
people poMUealb
It |i no concern of
said, "and that is why I do nut
think it is necessary for me to
rimment on the varii
Two experts hurl been called
WOO had given estimates of the
lie.imp at present,
liuiliiing of a similar design and
Bhte. The mest .striking thing
about then* evidence If the dif-
unounte allocated
to labour.
Mr Coppin DDt it nt a mini-
mum of Go per cent of the labour
to < value off the material Mr
Franklin did not agree with that
figure. Tiny had heard running
through the enquiry how such a
Luxe amount of money wag used.
Mr. Coppin eould not
have been more generous In ins
number of workers than putting
It to tB If they read the docu-
ments they would soc that 51)
peopla ware employed in bulld-
inc the 50 by 40 building.
Mr. Tudor had said that he got
ri he was not setting value for his
nd there were too many
people employed,
Mr. Tudor suggested thai he
should hurry up the work and
therefore the labour was in-
creased. If 50 people were work>
.... at iaaat IS were em-
ployed to see the others work
"Jfcatement'. have been msde
about the rainy weather." he said,
"but I soe from the rain figures
at Central Station that far from
have been
a drought.
"I .till say that he should have
taken nil committee In his confi-
dence and not go purely on his
own.'"
The fund.*; were Com rnmeni
fund*, not i ..he said.
Mai that the $5,000
would tie marie available to Mr
Tudor when he submitted the

: DC WOtfid let hun have
leader. That should not
he taken literally as funds .rre
still passing through the handr of
Acer.
"Whatever good o. vtl may
come out of it," the Acting Attor-
ney General said, I niW hope It
will have served ., useful purpose
n* there arc still a lot of playing
... be built."
No Fraud
Mi F K Wnlrott nddressing
th* Commission said "Naturally
it is a pleasure to hear the Alloi-
r\(\ General say that so far is Mr
Tudor is concerned, there
question of fraud."
If an inquiry, only half ai
thin ough as what had been o.nr
Ihere." he said, "had been done ni
II ihej had )iad
I er to help them out.
Ihere would never have been need
for the inquiry then. Not that It
had not done good for whether
a man acted rightly or wrongly
no harm was done bv having an
investigation.
"M\ wftrntgaioo is," "that at the end we are going to
be looking for one thingtin. Hu
to $90 in plank and hut All the
rett, whether cost, management or
anything else, will bavt
solved satisfactorily, showing no
money lost and the money spent.
prop arts spent.
"It is said," he continued, "that
the best committee in tin world
Is a committee of three with two
absent ll took the OOVOI
Executive Committee some two
years to give them the mone>.
But Mr. Tudor was able to live
them the pavilion within live
months
"His evidence, at no time, was
BUCh .i- tO suggest that fW WI ti ' -
ing to shelter behind anybody. I
answer to Mr. Mottley. lie candid-
ly said he took the blSBM foi
everything. The Acting Governor
wanted it done at once and in a
hurry Th* Funds came from the.
Governor-in-Kxerutive C" i
and he regarded the G*
Ihe proper person to be pleased.
As Mr. Tudor said, he visited
regularly and acted sometime*
under his directions and certainly
with his consultation. It was to
lie gol ready, was said, for the
arrival of Lord lastowel."
There were two ibsent rrom the
Inquiry, both off whom would have
Immmi serving the
client and the commission. Mr
Perowne was somewhere In Per-
sia. They had not had tin advan-
tage) of seeing him. They had, due
to the scrupulous Ogra off the At-
torney General, Iwen allovnd to
sec certain minutes of Miss Betty
a. m sin- had noted th '
been in active touch with the St
Michael Vestry v/alea was going
ahead with speed in the prepara-
tions of the Beef Ground The
i re taught Since JuiH and
were not brought down until uu-
end of September. The matter
came to the Wetrv SI an extreme-
Although the maximum rainfall
week, it v.as on many days, aum-
: revent work.
I '>of,'" he
said, "that what Mr. Tudor and
M mart said was tiue. that
for five weeks it was prssaieafl)
to do much work One
found oneself in a position of hav-
ing to work shorter hours a day
and that increased labour cast
Whether Mr. Franklin like.* ll
or not. we are dealing with highh
'igitiiMNi Trade Unions Von will
expect that labour, us distinct
from material, would go up "
It was to be noted, he said, that
wherever there eeei
Id cut their ma-
terial coet down, but the labour
would go up.
The Attorney General had sug-
ge*ed That there had been no
iraud and he took it to mean there
wai ao question of any money
eing bexn carried awav and
merely a question of it heine im-
properly si>eiit.
Improperly Spent
"As tO Ihe Question of it Ix-ing
improperly pent," he said." thai
is aherc Miss Betty A me will
help Ui
Tneri Wai no question off the
Governor not pressing Mr Tudor
to get it done It all hail to tail
down to the qne'Iion of whether
the Goven ::e<| as to
how the none) wai ucnt There
was B0 reason to ball*
than that if Mr. l'ero*ne was
present," he would have been able
to prevent a waste off time It uas
tirserstood all along ti
funds would be required and Ihe
Churchwarden draw th. I
or's attention to that.
Thai would note further from
the minutes-" for pro-
viding an eight atfej held witn H
timber built bouse, ipaeialb
adapted. It will cost Jlfi.son
This does not compare unfav-
ourably with other schemes of
th*' Voatn end i have ti
PWasura In supporting Um ns-
Inst'was Miss Betty Arne'i
note
If anything is to be thown it
Mr. Tudoi." he asked, 'what is u>
be thrown at Miss Arne who hnd
lo be there to watch this money ?
whose job it wan."
Miss Arne further stated that
expenditure on that scale could
not be envisaged In the other
schemes.
The question then pros, who bad
suffered, the public oi ......
ernment. They weir not ktoMng
as some seemed to think to.- a
bcspe goat. Th
inquiring into the matter. The
mult that eould be done to him
and that was a question od stl
was allow him lo say like what
Napoleon himself might have sam
when he WSJ -l RUM n .
"If J had known."
Tlie Attorney General had men-
tioned that the Clerk el the Com-
inittee should have twen used.
Tlie clerk hud every right to
refuse. Mr. Weatherhead said h >
would have fired him. That was
stupidity.
"At oil" Ve.-ll> II etillg Ml
TVcntherln-ad UggeStOd*' said Mr.
Walcott, -that the clerk of B
Vestry is the Head of the Dapasl
ment. Tii.it .,- nonsonsa.*1
Again, should a man deal with
a nrin who kivpi i n.'.' I
against him*' And although ha
asked Mr. Ramaaj for plans and
Kpccihcatitins, he made no attempt
to follow up the matter.
A Car/tenter
"The only person who could
have told that some b| th<- hut
was missing." Mr. Walcott argued.
"wss the carpentei
would be eftei he I oi pui it to-
gether again."
Nor was there a presumption.
l.e slid, that the work was badly
done. Everybody knew the ma-
terial was good. The foundation
I ad not sunk, il was properly dug.
Mr. Ramsay would not have gone
to saw up huts, either.
if he had gone that would not
rial beinj
Miss 1!<- | looking
k ^ erfM

had found her hut.
Tenders
, i
ll put IP
I
going to i .1 giving
air. Cox IBM I might as
ejata about n
tendet on the tweet, seventh.
The Churchwarden hid nothing.
He said i '
dor from Mi i
"Il would have been reprohen-
I ai and he had
fciM 11 .-. I .,11
SIM."
There vs the talk Ol
guid [tut he had Hinted out and
i
dbmltUng thai
een that the f|i
net with favour
putting in i eompatb
Tin- ..
pushvd upon Mr. TugOt It was
not thai '.
the hutl I him out.
i am Hi im
puaiung it. Oaaarvrtss
would not hive buthereil to look
..- Mi
there is one Ihlnj whleh emerged
from the enqUlr]
Mr. Tudor saved wfava
UM ChUdren'l Roof,
when he 1 '
Howling
Mi t. II. Modi.
the Vestry, said that it a
a mattes
Walcotl
saiu UM! as a result Off quite ., lot
off howling the Inquli
I11 OUt. B:.' hg !
* videiue. BWBj
afflec the
puhlb utoparl
report hi bean n nbs to ihe
ng mate-
rial wJblch had been
i u u a* pi
i laying I

that the Vaaary tried t.
scape goat ot Mi TUdOl

ley said.

Vestry m froni the
.... i .
I
about. He would submit thai the
- ,iti that ii vlav. in I
..
.,iu uu
vouchers not properly signed,
were still content about the
matter. There B
at all to show thai they had been
any malpi
.
The Vestry had stated thi Mr.
Tudm. the i \ Chun I
acted without ihi adi h end

. and thai WS
hen. Throug)
the evidence. Mi
that responaihilH)
The parsonalit) oi Mr, Pai
owne t.nried iway Mr l U
prevented
i
pointed b) hut i olleagu
said. Tlie VastO s"11 f('" that
nughl haw.....
Tudor
bould h Redman.
ii.d Mi OUld huvo
, ..Tied OUl
then- dutli ss they I
in.'i ,
We OUl "111
denea In out Rxecuttvs officer,
.'
i ,..! i.iiii i.ilh, OOming OUl 10 use
SUCh an
executive officer so as to cause
him to side-step a Conirnitti-e
Vestry, with
to work.
ii. the whole matter It I
sud that ones
Vestryman, and porticularlv i SI I

sense of .
would i* obeervel
\ I

approval of t:>*
)
i
lepreeer I
it waa
true to >% that ti shun e "'' appeer-
( evil.
The Atti rney General had said
. ".cr they
- on could
not ss; 'here the hut wns, but
had tte aubi In Uu

ao n;d not
the sitting of
Ihe Con,
I hal Vn MaPi
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en al M* i
"h.mnet I1.., s
Philip, e to the Hi' I
pasaaa*"1
gfe Wilt ihe Govermiieni lake
rve thew-
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lar i
by ttehr
Imports Lead
Exports In
Three Months
Earbadoa imported si0.4M.4f
lurina the quarter Janu-
ary to March IBM.
>.is an increase off
IU4SJlf as compared with the
corraapondtng quarter of iso.
Kxpnru of domestic pr*duce
during the quarter were va'ucd at
s4.0S0.521 an increase off $2,048,881
i ver the correspond in c quarter ol
IffeM,
Ma)or i
si.MSaWi. with the United
l.dirdom second ,Sl.;2.41ti*.
froni bldH i were valued
t Sasg.nss from Trinidad
MOaJtt; hrom Itritish Guiana
sS8tf,484. fiom the Unite.1 Slates
. America P4T.TM; from Argen-
11 ii i
Highest value of import* was
irtaehlnary ($52J.2fttii nobsJ
IghSM value was flour and
-. rnnteal ($mmbi8i.
Hnchest valaea off exports ware
ugai .S6S4.SS4I and rum ittS9.flt.
The net aollastaaB off I
linpnrl R*-\ enue for the fourth
off the ilnanclll year
lO M.tich IH51 nhowe.'
. BM of $'.>48V34 a* com-
Kh the .orres|>ondin
i 195(1 anil BBASBBWb I V
30.10% ol the estimate tf
ij.aeo.oorj.
w Xour
Vox
DISCHARGED
i | in- Ho el Juatlei
Sir Alia'. t the Couil
Mondaj wheii
Mr w w
1 I foi tin Ctowa, en-
iinlle proseaui in the an '
n irglnj nun with
manaliughtei.
I Ihe O in' thai

ihere was
furthei invi
the cose

undei ihe Road sod Tvaflb A* I
v the Police.
behalf "1 HoWi
RED FISH COME
\ largo i etch i f ri--r: was lande i . i | i- nchooncr
Sun-hlne I: The Hiuwhme ll
i .'ii British Outana and
spent Some diys on the I -hnu
bonks before coming l< pari>ado>.
HARBOUR LOG
In Carliile Buy
50013
Allt* I KAMBUKS IT0, iOrNOON H A C T [ j| C C
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Its Brewtd from MaHtd Barley

SEE THtl T0U GET
ROSSE &
LACKWELL
GENUINE Hall VINEGAR
Lecti/Afenu
T Geddei Grant Ltd B-idftio*"
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COAL RUSH CONTINUES
The rush lor chut coal on the
WSSSVffrOnt i uln...... 'in ..!
...linen. hand nits swarmed around the
berth of Philip n
DjvWm.ii.
The Devldsen was n>
M.'iala. with I suiijiU
CharOOal from Hritish OUBBBg, Out
Ji<- did not net a berth lo dll
charge Ihe ii.oio.il i.ntd venter-

- il l--d> Jei- arrive*!
during the morning wilh a Ion ot
lighl rsssreoel Irean Si Lucia Tha
Id) Jtj Towd to the
in- ii
1'eoffle dirt not (lock to Meaira.
Mannings Co.,coaJ eard for vhai-
i
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or afoaoay Testeraay the yard
w emptj
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Prtnt*d by thm Ad>i-i >o.
W.dmsdav. Julv II. 1951
llll I AMI
IT HAS btSJI olluuillv anno,.i
the Government will release five acres of
land at Dodds and twenty nine at Seawell
il in small plots, In thil
n :> tallows a long1 sstablWbed
practice of the plantations to '''
la bou
The decision is to be wck-omeu. It
offers an opportunity uunining
the question 'if land settlement m Bsrbf
tins and it sflordi the Government the
means of open. operative
scheme in agriculture The details f the
matter will undoubtedly be left to the
of Agriculture and it is most un-
fortunate that Barbados has no Co-
t.pei alive Officer, if the Government hail
not been so unmindful of the needs of the
future it would have been possible to ap-
point an officer to succeed Mr. Cave and
who would, by now, have returned from
training.
The absence of such an nlrker should not
be allowed, however, to prevent the launch-
scheme. Theie arc certain funda-
mentals which must be observed. The
land at Seawell can be divided Into tout
acre lots and should be leased to people
who are solely agriculturists. Those who
follow other callings and lake land cultiva-
tion as a side line should be debarred. II
a four or even five acre plot is re^ardi-d as
an economic unit the land should be so
divided and the number of applications
should not be allowed to influence the
division. Uneconomic holdings would de-
feat the scheme and probably be the un-
doing of the co-operative movement in
Barbados, With the Government Agricul-
tural Station at Sayes Courl in close
proximity and the officers of the Depart-
ment in constant supervision it should be
i | v. having collected lessees from various
perishss, tO l'->k alter the supply of
manures, the use of machinery for cultiva-
tion, proper methods of tillage, proper at-
tention to animal husbandry and the rota-
tion of crops. These are the essentials for
.success in such a scheme.
In this way the merit of co-operative
BOCJetisS would be proved. As there is no
| iblished marketing centre for the dis-
posal of the crops, the Seawell Co-OpC I 1th
as it might well be called, should have the
opportunity to supply Government InstttU-
tions with such provisions and vegetables
as are produced. If the land is l*-.i>- I (01
.1 spsciflad short period tins Brrangemsf]
would have the effect of allowing a review
at convenient times. Lessees whe had not
fully complied with the terms of ti<" IsBSS
could be removed: the success of UK) Co-
operative could be publicised and would
.< as an impetus for the formation of
otrtSf -ocieties. It might be that Indlvid-
ualawho bad It ssed plantation lands would
then be willing to Join a similar movement
in their parish.
The scheme has the merit too of bl 111 n
about effective land settlement, a question
which has not been seriously examined but
which needs now to be. In the I......I
changing ondittons it is clear, thai In >
community almost wholly agricultural
people should lie encouraged to remain on
the land Instead of joining the Jobless
group, li can only be done where there is
some attraction. The rewards from labour
must be such as to afford reasonable
standard of living It is discouraging to-
day to find that although it is known that
we depend on agriculture there are tracts
of land in this island allowed to go out of
cultivation because of lack of laboui and
in some cases because of bad management.
And the same people who refuse to work
as agriculturisti here join a scheme nib-
siensad by Government to work in fields in
the United States of America.
The lesson is clear Proper land settle-
ment or well-conducted oo-opcralive
ehasnea will keep people on the land. The)
will be able to rear families and to enjoy
a reasonable standard of living TWi will
prevent agriculture becoming the Cinder-
ella of occupations and will help to main-
lain the economy of the island.
A Century Of News
Thrill*
_^__ '.ifhlinji w
Il I I w
.^
' '".:'< -i i22 th.ut
..nil hidden Bv STANLEY (l.\RK It*ut.-i ^mrd one of It
".t.nn
| .
" "' hml, I I I-,-hft "" Tomh i
Vail
'< "l".lml...v ValeSJ ,vh wm
OBI the imlliunaire'a maim | *ld f.me as c
ina owi...iir I w:'' wm * whe:c Mahatma GamSii. apostl<- now Rcuter corrc-
1 ; .iPnce ami CutWf ot '
indent for Reuters.
ids of an aaaaaakra bultata. <>. disjfi "' authori-

'lead, is ha daad? C amp- ,he slorj to Th.- Time*. London.
I--II shouted "Don'I know, rwl" (l Luxor
knows . man flred four ">***_ until lie wdi certain that thr lu>
- llll.N\lfl WKKSTH l>
i -inspired by the thaappear-
ng dipl' ;
Ding '
mart n
l^>e Bevan (right).
Reuters.
and tin- i la land bj
on D-Bas Yarm Li

il mtrrnntional new*
who h

... I
1 I
world f'>r ,i limnlred years.
Nobody knows if dM , doi* ;,t
, ,.i it* v,.. spued < imp- hsmd He had I
a i
k f K.... om ol Mi i.....>k m- ,<( th< loml) I
of U i, t driva
w,.v iwi I 'l"c':'
Chin-deep In Bltb I .........
r**UnS Vsrro ... Im rapidly across tothe
.-If forward -lay Wen ^
t I moment I >" e W Who did B U*1 "* ory. He had ..l
thought of all my friend* and anything to anybody Roy You
.. What UM <.fnre would don't kn By een anything St;iy UMvs
I rlung to coming round." Campbell ordWrea Tllllddiii" Sounds
I. bin onU km Mumd.N.
i tori aVaugh ohattarad iway
eveml dayi It *l| date-
abica, Ton ':'! Kinn
, sarcophagus di-covcred '
lined, simply: Pomswhore
h i
That Normandy -t by air. Atanost century baton
JuIiim Reuter. not many yean,
after he had Iteaun his news
III two -mall n*n* In
l>.n-iMU, h;id us.-.! M a In-raft to
i
fr-im the
enemy fulU the iTW P
I i\ice was
euirtod which bi-ouKht sn out
uf Um hrlr;ii;uTcil clly. Thi'
' ihow the half-starved
i Uon were
nahung cm were datelmed:
"Reutvr-Havw balloon service
First With Lincoln
Assassination
But il has not I*- i onl) wars
iinri rumours of wi.ih that have
EMiioi lorraspoi
.i sf news baafai, When
Prtalcwnl Uncoln was assassinated
bv John Wilk.-s Booth in Ford"*
Thoaln-. W..*hini{ton, ISA. on
April 14. IHIi.'., the newi reached
NSW Yoik only (iftri the weekly
mall ship had left for Europe.
U .......laba i'i
-. and m".'s|>.i[-i u)i-
roapondenji used t" lend their
i b hip
While the -. wnltins
for tl- next ship, liowevi
POCKET CARTOON
, OSKJHI LANCASTtiK
i,tc, you ire, Donald,
, ,., .1 bcrai dihon*i.
.(.(... and ...in It..fi '.
Hoittfiiienl would'tt
i us ihr Stone u-lihom
'it. the tomb il
evy, thud-
dins s.>unils (is Uie pld
plied rcvcrberii'oi fron Um shafl
Two hour:
i'> my deadline for the Londoi
. .
"Tin- notn of Um pa I
Tlic.- |

. ii Carnarvon (In chars*
of the excavations) shot liki-
rockol oui .,t tba dark entranc
U death, and th.
wool mi rtamins dWm i
in- in
atu looa three puB (lui |
. | :
Lack int.. tt..
SA
CLOSED
I WlUUnM had only .
few mUUltl hu deadlme
|
Bsyptlan toon :'\- from the tomr.

ru >.' ha said, racnovlBj
his wn lioiuni'. .vail I, bow. .,
it true th;d Up
nrci phaH?"
' n... no,*1 in m-d the fut man bn
' <>nl> one."
"Quito phUQ, they tell me."
No. tu." Om Bsyptlan adi
___ k al n it It mapdi
docormted, all 11 ic and eolcL" Thai
he . uni and let <
young steady monotony. Most of the stall '"' BSW ^'' Bui the report?
.i.mi.s ICcLean, Rautar1 cones- crowded round Campbell typed **< Iha river bank
pondanl in New York, rhnrtered the fust RMaaan: "Gandhi shot the mesage
B ws and chaaod Um mail ship. nt four timcaworst fcurcd." K-
wrlUng Um story on Um way. Th<- to l airo In flu
which ! thvew utMtiinl Roy h;id even saved them the auto and u DO* ROUtOf DOW| bea
i asjaln off search tw .. fornnili "f phraalns wai In Mm making.
Crookhxvcn, Inland; and the h, tell the .story in the first flash __ , ,, .
Router lander "iM*r*euW which |n Um reweat and mod aflocUve '", chiwdcie of neuter news
i hip umts wkatevoi wonta ; '' '"f0"-
Um hom rdsht and , ..
: the weather, picked it The Tutankhamen "Iteal bll IMWl SSSncj with I pigwm
i p R< ut......irod ;. world heat trvke ind i world
of some days by that piece of in all the numerous exploits or wide chain of telegraph comma-
quick thinklna, British troops in the Middle East- nications estoblislied. m-1 i higt
Again, almost a century later, KK COUntTMS throughout the past standard of accuracy, SPOOd 0W
.s..;,s.ni.iln.it which shook half century Reuters has played a UnpartlslltJ r lay, Um aaanC]
the wholo world was and reported '"k part Durku the Arab! Pasha wiueh he founicd is owned bj
by Rouwj Doon Campbou, the ravoit in Kgypt In ibh^ tt*<- Reuk pert of Britain, Aus>
Rautec pawi adUM In NrW Delhi, unroapondant with dM BrtUsh tralta, Hw '/.aiiimi. and Lndti
.,- I,. i: mm ihr .m'iiji.k <.f forobo, J PfSXol cnt .m hoai to under a Trail Deed which ensure-
January 30. 1948, when his tele- hour service o( news ..f the battle dial It will he non-profit-making
phone rang. "' Id-el-Kohir, a place only 40 will never DaM into Hie li.iul- ol
^. r, *.i miles from Cairo. The Duke of any sincle gn>iip nr faction oi
'>Ian Hired l-our Bams At Connausht, ion ..f Quean Vletoria, under the control uf onj
"(ihundi" was ansaaad learHna the Brigade ment, and will aradtyi
a voles .ni "afan Bred f"i" .f Uiianb and the yiiirn record- tervica wbafeh \- without bias of
.1 i.i ai QandhJ .....M feared 11 In bei dlerj moUmi teb my Mnd to all i aintriai ol Um
That new*! Campbell recalls, camo | Iron vorkl
f What happens to a
city when there's
JAMES COOPER watches
an experiment inpaying cash
NO MORE 'TICK9
TORONTO.
YOU must live on this yvedkl
wages 'i teed of on
Um thought
Lams DSnlnd I
latest CUrbt on hire purchase.
The> are all port "f new
war on llfe-on-stn-k. And they
hsva alreed) caused ; slump in
the demand for QtVi
thai may. if it conttouea,
Bffeci the |0be Of 23.000 out of
no.ouo in one Ontario city alone.
Bui it li difficult for many In
. live on Uiis week's
F axe 0 km already
heavily martsasad u< mssl pey-
mentj due on foada bounht
months or yes Um never-
iii ver,
Now whal k worrybu Udi
n cH r of 1
weeks ago dw Qoveriunenl Intro-
. uUUOBS mi leasing the
oiii'\ mii ,i ne" cai from
one-third to one-half, and reduc-
l nt tune from 18 monUtt,
rear,
i
lino hu ,iti iiVei.iKe 8llO It II
i [40 oonth.
Hu li too much even '"
who eani upwards of
eekly.
UK L'hi.
THIRTaBN [ a buyer
I. |ght have i id i<> *
months fr d< liver) Tt
ran have tdi i holi i rid drive it
away from junking spaces jammed
with new ears, still with tho
brown paper round the bumpers.
cue Toronto in bai i.omi can
fni which ii cannoi and buyona
"Hid I ;.-
E120 off h*t price, with 500 gal-
lon* of pet ml to bOOt, if he
barsabu hard enough.
New cat own bj 78
per cent, and maken |U
know wh^t t.. .i "iih Um .n-
plus.
Nut fur Export
gJCPOnT thorn to Um United
gtatea' No, fa pen from duty.
Um lax fa ompared
with CSnsda'i .I. Th. .
send then to Europe, whan there
are no dolbin to toy f akam,
Soeono*hnnd ... -.ties .m
UM ni.m who can
afford onl> a s,-e.Tul-h,in.i c;u
l. u.illy cannoi kfford to pay half
Um prlea one big
I in,- posi-
tion is the sane m all
consumer mkIs" wa>hini{
machines, reMaSffBtora, and
I
i that th.
o keen a
labour-savinu dovlcei for he
homo that ins hsi to go out tc
work to M B> .v lo paj I
im Um dot let
work.
But, "Not now. T;-
arho can put down
40 on new refrigerator.
Sri i r...t know where it will
Lifacturer beUevei
il) way lo l>eat infla-
to produeo more g Now, if he cannot sell
he will have to produce f-wei
rUI go op ovej nd
tax on
TaUag u < l.ance
aij, tins may mean Utsi own*
:i .. motoi woefcon
rork and the carba
may lead to lepr*Klon.
But I i eral Govern-
to bike
the chan.e. \pp.enily it w.mt,
hsve i,M,
lO0 little
money.
I. LS,
Bill A WOMAN LEI)
10 HIS BETRAYAL
tIEKARI) LKE BEVAN disappeared too.
I slury for you. It had every-
fnragdj names, millions of missing
pounds, t;ilt-s of lavish parlies, a beautiful
r'li'Nchw.inutii. |i;itn.-stinken thht. and a
base round Europe) thut went on lor months.
Lad Bevan was an aristocrat of the
City, He was a financier by hereditary
light, for all his relations were bankers and
nandtora,
He went t-> the City via Eton and Oxford.
ile didn't drink, and he had the religious
'i\il of an evangelist. You couldn't imagine
uiyone more respectable.
I'K.NDll.lM SWINGS
EVERYONE said bed go far in the City
.iili all ib.it integrity and all those family
onnectlons, He dM, He became g million-
iire.
During the 1914-18 war he was made
'ubacco Controllerthough he himself nevsjr
ni-fkcd. When the war ended be was the
[irecior of dozens of leading financial con-
cerDS and chairman of the great City Equil-
H* Fire Insurance Company.
Then something went wrong in the mind
f Gerard I.ee Bevan. The pendulum swung,
he zealot became a rake, desperate to make
p I'M lost time.
At the age of 50, he collected mistresses
/ith Ihe abandoned vigour of a libertine in
he early twenties.
He drank. He lost that former sense ol
esponslMlity SO completely that he faked
; llance hast! and committed other business
rimes.
The shares of the Equitable slumped s<
1 w mat you couldn't give them away. On
Wednesday, February 8, 1922 Gerard Lee
''evan cracked completely. He borrowed
. ISO from s relative, took a taxi from the
'arlton to Croydon and accompanied by a
French woman boarded an airliner called the
Paris Express (top speed 90 miles an hour)
The flight made history because it was the
Brat time anyone had tied from his respon-
i bihties by air.
COULDN'T FACK THE STAFF
WHO was this woman he was travelling
v, ith? There was no secret about hei
Identity, Her name was Mile. Pertuisot
The financier was an old friend of hers anc
he was to see still mure of her in the future
The couple parted in Paris, but not befort
i dramatic scene outside an hotel that Bcvat
mo ly owned.
Tho fugitive, discredited and fallen eould
Ot face the reproachful looks of the stafi
hat bad once fawned on him.
Mademoiselle went in alone and left
;m> Anandcr huddled miserably in the tax
with his luggage and bis thoughts. Insidi
ie met, evidently by arrangement tw<
friends still loyal.
Together they telephone a K.C. in Londor
to ask what the sentence would be if Bevar
elurncd anil faced the law.
Tivi yean," said the K.C. The news wa;
tkflfl out to the taxi. "1 can't take it," salt
Bevan and drove off alone into Ihe unknown
FOX BREAKS COVER
YOU can imagine the sensation when tin
news broke in London. The hunt was on
The fox had broken cover and everyone ha<
us theories about which way he'd run.
Bul lbe tally ho was in Italy The fo>
wus sighted in Naples anil then wrut lo earth
main.
Just Look Ai Yom S4-U!
n> J. u mu.i.ai.iu. M.r
sincf the war, we BngUali have
talked more about owaetvoi
greed lew, than nt any uma tliii.
m tury Halt century1 ..an we
,t bother ntx>ui oui eii
,,.iu we were -HI'. To-day we
iiri- uncertain. We suspect that
we've come down ir. the worl't
and ask questions.
Son.- wars can be
I-.und in HOME AND AWAY
(Hulchinion, 12. 8*1.1. liphlly
written but sober survey of Eng-
lish people as wg STS BOW.
The author. Adam *le llcgedus.
was born in llunnnry hut OU
live here at the age of 20, because
I ... mil w.* the
place t" be. At H, bi
appointed.
After the war ho lived in the
tea

: may mag* '
difficult to compile i '
in the future. Iw example
lean n nice girl, parhspa
just trifle heavier than Oishion-
r humour ami
good temper; but her culture it
little more than gentility and good
f.,nii n. aven' and tna end'
her favourite sdjectlvasj 1 bad ti"
iat she drank a trifle
;ieh."
l donl nippow that Jean will
...: again help Um authoa
ftrnt-hana InflDrmaUon about the
ituddw cum it, ;
From the Jeana, tba Lei
BlUi n >t Hegadui anowi
and vQlagw *f Bngland has
1 out the pnst-
aual moraui of l*n-
re mill girls, about what hat
1

Hegedus passt ,< numl-
Judginei gnget
ike uj iishk
Sample One
Parody is grant run in small
if you know Um q Anal r
myi a lot for John Poes'i ki.ksii
ANII BLOOD (Dfnnts Doj
*. 6d.> thai. allhoiiK'i I know
little of th* original! it pei
I road ilinmch its SOS
The book BNUBM fun of the
nln*a-and-elgpenny i > .i t u I"
Kkool <>f wrHoni which hai Ray-
moncl Chiiii"]. form,
Jaanaa Hadlay t'h;e in iu bottom,
no B t Hei an ox-
tm-mural ibsaai I
Here i5 a twmple "I'd WAlarf
ken of mupoari
nd Pd MCn them more bad-

thuiR sinister shout Joai
arhkh gsvs m
Then I reali- I M the

even th*
I LI S|| \Mi HL4H>lt Will do
on a tram kwmey -v i.
babty all it's n ami (
Basasls Two
nut wh.it ;ii- ut thii! Veater-
day monunti I aSn
droam << pesSBi
equal parti ot ajtonat and Val 6H.
ti firm that Auggtnn wi
here. The last Taf had fluttered
,.ff the 'yV'trtA* and the la-r
domaatle <-f '> |
i ad packed hei hut
me milk train out <>r Trt i

cellar. Sta)
t drive through
any ope-
if you
ican hum-..,i m>u will
< BILD'fl GAEDffM OF < I KM B
by S Pereln in i H
12.t. (W.i
_ii-
Tliere were rumours that he'd returned to
England, that he was holding wild parties
01) the Riviera, that he'd been seen in Greece
And all the time Gerard Lee Bevan was ir
Vienna. He called himself Leon Vernier
He grew a beard and raid he was an artis)
f.om Paris.
SHE TALKED
BUT Leon Vernier, the artist from Pari:
couldn't live alone. He found a woman
companion, and she talked. He was arrested
in Innsbruck,
The bunt was over and the chase bad lost
Its tbriM. Brought back to England to fact
Ins trial Gerard Lee Bevan was no longer g
fox. He was merely a dop, that had been
i iu [ht staMding
The sentence? Seven years penal servi-
tude.
His wife divorced him and on his release
he returned to Franceand Mile. Pertuisot
Yee they married but whether they lived
happily 1 can't say. Gerard Lee Bevan died
-ed 66, a strange man who might
have been great.L.E.S.
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atAKK WHiS AD\OCATF
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Mon olc lit.
said, the Edu. I

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tary *a? 'ErSTc1-
A?r-^ ,1^ CumnUllea havr given you will show I !hink

n |iv i ho.

return leave passage privileges th.ip that attached to the
I.. ihi- huldeis ol the offices Labour ComruapjpjtPay-UBTi Trinidad
hated in the Schedule to it* by 12.180 a year, and less than
Repo.i It U true lhat the Com- (hat altacharf WWWlVt
mittee did ex- i ,1,1011 British Guiana by S1.68P .1 paw
but in St-ttiun (1 ul men neport n nay be that the answer to ihe
nddle -r tha appomtmen: luff
1 to Um off
au rvcruttmnl ind rouauon Secretary is Um oucalion ..f wnior aOMra artM* from aria*. This post Ln Trinid
the inadequacy ol -.mm- of UM caTTtal Mdary of J2.040 per
salaries offered by the Bar- annum mon thun || tjMI
>ados Government Bi cam- Lq I ......
pnrvd u Ruffian now , British Guiana than in
n ed by the Governments ol Barbj. However, when we
Bjitish Guiana ani Trinidad, compare the salaries paid 111
We Dm been icquired to re- Barbados for the posts of Ftnan-
port to Your Excellemy on trnc rM| Secretary and l-ibour Com-
20th. of December. 1949 and as missioner wc llnd that the
we believe that the consider*.*- difference in favour of the (.inner
Uon of the sa.ary problem post is $1,920 a year. The
deserves a more detailed ex- second recent appointment to
..iiiiiiation than can be under- which I have referred is lhat of
taken b> ug Ln the limited Auditor General. It is said thit
time at our disposal, we the officer appointed has been in
recommend that a eomniilleu the Customs for years and
.should be appotntad In i-avian perienca of auditing is nil.
the salaries of adimnistialive. I undantand that he is a most
' skonal and technical offices
in Bhcir lelalioii to the new seivant but that he ;.
salaries of correspond inn ofttces served in the Audit Depart
ASSEMBLY
From Irare 1
nation or dairy
rUng 1 f tbi
hanging nre for nearly two years
-tit to get people
!1h''J^yU,'S,U' ^UflMUOn*: '1 >h>y in the UUutd had
*ere not going to | ,or1,
M . They had alarm been hearing
Massiah had f the necessity for devising wv
1 Deparimeni ;U1:| ,. to ,c, cmclovment for
exper.encng extreme dim- th, | jQ ,ppf>-, ,
imbi" 1..Mi thai Oovammant aria
ling faster than private ei u
Kn peopk out
..
Bear
- riOCcM ,,.,,. this piece ot nnch.nery.
-pact people but we have to think in terms "'
< to this colony to be ma-
rooned for the 1,
01 n 1,.nil ibaj net riMthtr
atpoinlmcm when the

b the lack
paaaagi 1
in. i 1 iim hi ,.1 the t.
oar* School We
1
but they
will not c mi unlaaa thaj eon aa*
-ages.
..ly dlfhCUll I
when they come here to ge*.
I rWUtlBg ."tcimmoaa-
l:on and I am pleased to see that
the Govei ninent h;u c made a
injve 'ii tl niey have
Ukaa buildings belonging to thw _.
ln,p,l .OmaM: , ,h. tor- &r&S8H SfidlS ,. "~
how many people are going to b-
put out of employ men!."'
Inadequate
Mi Allder I'nally moved 'ha'.
llM lU'iii In deleted from the
ReaolutUon.
Mr. W. (-rowford ( I
referred to UM) laud [Of ''
ing Held. He said: "I want to
:uggent to iiiiveriunent that Ihu
halt .Ilk Mpjau
a playing Held for the srhKl
even if II were a pla>
before. Step* should he uk.
acquire *ome more of the adjacent
land for the pui p
In England at the public
rcaWoai Uth
to every 30 children This school
has approximately 300 chDdri
Speaking of the reo:invn
and are now letting them to
Mr. Crawford said
more or less significant ih.il
in mi 1 .-..1.hi in.t* He is a muft __ _. ri
ab,c hard^ working pubhc ^TV^T^.l^1
! " ''^"'g Um hon. sacdof DMaabar fw
the right dlncUon and 1 com- jhn ,, m. sbouM hov
.-ii
almost simultaneously to
1 Trinidad. Bntisn Guiana and
other Wet Indian tern:
Now M far as 1 know do sum
Committee has l)e*-n appointed
Now, Sir, I am not M foolish ah
to ^iippo-;o that an increase In the
talane.s paid 1 tghar
of Civil Servant, In Barbados
would necessarily mean that we
would always *-
t think. Sir. I h
to demon^lr.iTi Hit eiiousness
the situation and I would ash
the Government to do what ihev
were asked 10 do by the Commit-
__ tee appointed by U| Q< vtrnot to
mdea *W** n-fen'nee has been made in
Utah* report dated the 20th -
December 1949. a course
rrojntjndad ..].. by ttv
of greater experience an., efflelaney 3?&gVl" tKES&*JL
He said that they should face observation* on tills matte.
n up to this matter ol leave passages *. certain amount of mechan-
said enough *"*' 'aco up * l( vrry soon' or '*m of agriculture in itw- Island
they would llnd themselves in . ,,-,. .., i,.ss inevitable if n
great dlflkulty in tilling any ol were to Increase produrii.
the executive posts in the island. Mr. Crawford, and if it weie to
I. in the Education improve our standard ol
iX'partr:- cy \a the maximum extent. "But
Tin' Ho 1 hie the Colonial thl.s Farm Manure I....!i
Secretary also spoke oil thai I
Which Wet n port of which will appear
i.-ti 1
than we do now .
those 111 oflka now in til lacking
in the qualities required, but what
I do contend is. s
in Barbtidos remain H Uwy an the
chances are that we shall as a rule
fail to get as txparlanotd ind
efficient higher grade officers as we
need. I consider. Sir. that for posts
suel- aj that of Colonial Secretary,
Financial Secretary, Chief Jusi.ee.
Comptroller ol Customs. Com
sioner of Police. Attoi
question' of leave passages which
icport was dated 14th February.
IBM
Hcn'blf Or. II. G. Massiah Mid
that he wanted to support what
Um Hon'bla Mr. PUa had Hid
with regard to leave passages. He
thought
COtUlCll had
Jamaicans \\ ill Gel
Lccluri'sOn Co-Op.
LONDON. July 10. tl
Sponsored by the British Coun- tc
I, Mr. A. Boniier, | member of that the Government
tnal the staff of Ihe Co-o|>erative to get a machine for the purp"
ised the question a College. l>ughboiough, leaves What is necessary is to offer
Spreader can be regarded as
unusual machine. I doubl wheth-
er there are many others in UUs
colony. I have oaves I
t am -if the opinion lhat it 1 ,
machine which, at Udf
should do without."
Not Dithcu.t
"From what 1 know of tins
colony. 1 really cannot supi-ort
laim. that it Ls so dim ul:
get farmyard manure spread
FHrm ba
couple of years ago when he Umdon by
.. Julv 13 for httle extra incentive for loadinu
'.'_ aikad Government what was their Jamaica, where he will spend nd throwing out the manure."
policy about schools and tin m< weeks as lecturer to a sum- '- was distasteful work
top of Agriculture, hdu-
0CM of the most impor-
tant, we should if ncce
Ihe same salarie-
ran] do It 1 0 kanl iervlee
lamentable c* ndJUt
and
nless
lovci! the
IMIUllI
much difference.
The b.g plantations had create. 1
..,vi.,o djfMUsJacilon fn.nvany phases of
West Indus ml "*'cultural work. The workers
"s..,,Tl vvvII.te Com- were <-**''JI"ed year after year
*" for doing work on Uie estates for
an ordinary wage and getting
no share in the profits which
they produce.
Mr. Crawford said that the
workers should be allowed t"
portion of the land and
l>olnted out that where UUs had
been done there was seldom any
complaints about lack of lubou:
or anything of the sort. "At the
I'lne where we have this dairy
farm there is also a certain
amount of agricultural land, put
people on some of this land," he
TRADE WITH
CASADA
'. >ok upon
the British Weil Indies as
our natural export n
W' ' :i our hade 6a-

and we have formed man\
. i. -, in. ndahtpa m that
.11 e.. 111 in.ipy n -. ;tu
u.uie of Canada and tin
w rap InaaM 1- naturally
Osnj Icmcnlary; and. as we
are great bottavari in two-
way trade, we are glad to
see the steady increase in
imports from the Islands
*>*>m 20 millions in I9SH to
67 millions in I WO
"On the other hand, our
export* to the BWI have un-
foitunai.l> not gTOWn prii-
p-ntinnately IVsplle -., \
M" '* to the
it w I during the wi 1
and pi the years imin.
K ..tier the war. the impo-
sition b3 the Unltfd King-
dom government of ex-
change Hid '-del re-: 1
on exporters seeking to do
ifiuj area
has meant that oui Canadian
1 gporl tnda to Um islands
has baan limited in scope and
artificially restrained.
"The U K GiAerniniiit
baa made oorm eonce 1
to help OUI traite with the
Waal ladles So tar w
muat admit Uiat the con. e*.
MCM li.i\<- been small aitd
disappiunlina We are most
hopeful tha' the recent ne-
gotiations in London nnd
Ottawa will bring about a
more substantial measure of
relief from restrictions
"Wc cannot believe that
the praoant i.nnei- to our
trade in the B.W.I in in the
best intrrest of Canada and
Ihe BWI. or lodJCtd of the
t'lated Kingdom We urge
moat 'trongty that this proo-
lem lc approache.l with
broadniiud.xlness. with etiur-
age and with fntesi^hted-
1
"Trade cannot u IrttAclal-
ly channelled and atnacttd
from its natural course and
still survive and develop
healthily The cvia ricn.e
in UM B W I. leaves no
doubt that the measures
taken to restrict our natural
trade there have not ie-IU
been to anyone's advantage.
"Wc look with confidence
to the time (which we hope
will be very soon) when all
e\. hangl ri'-tru lion- w ill l
removed between Camula
BQd the It W [ allowing trade
to lake its natural course in
the atmosphere of healthy
companion."
- Q J. Gwynn. President
Canadian Exporters Associa-
tion, welcoming the U.W.I,
delegation to Montreal
40 Sii BMos
Scholarship
Forty Barbadian* sa'
bados Scholarship this year34
v i rls
Thirty-two of the 40 wcr.
from I'airivoi, CoUegj*, two fi":i
0
11.. 1 on Ci iMtge niu.
Mi.tlM-iiial.es. and -e, .- i
ot the mm groupa. Iloden
Studies. Classics anil BcMnca
Seventy-seven enteie.t foi
1
It Um .idv.iiiceit level Fifti
^hree *,ere from Harri-m Col
lege. 11 fron Queans Colle*
12 iiom Laaigp and 1 from Cod-
iington High School
Tiire hundred mid thirtv eigh
suadents will sit ihe Qenera
CaaaMcpat at the Ordlnnn !*
Hlth, Ninety tv.,. fn.u
College. 46 fron
Queen's College. 27 from Ixtdge
14 frmi CpdraglOn High Schoo
*0 from Foundation Bo
7. CoIeruUie 11, AlleMie II \I.
in High S.-ii-.l 56, Q| |
I \,. II U ui 13.
Michael's Girls' 29. V'rsul
Convent 18 and St Winifred I
Combermere has 1
pupils, but pupii^ rron n
Ohool will take the Caitbrii
It tile end of (hi
ind rssi .......&
< Ante- \'.\\. (^uiiipuign
I I1UI-1 l'u-l|KHir
*"-clnilar-lii|i Hill
The House of Assembly venter-
ay postponed discussion on an
jnendnicnt to the Govei ninent
I, p- Bill h) the mil. 1
>y. was getting into Kerne?,' "" ""' to-P*rul,VC soil he would not get nea
"** lo for want of fOPMlght ... having T,.,. [| talng o.gan.s.-d by the ll"' txlr" FflT- h"H'v"
BlartoJ and leave p. Jan.,oca Co-nperative Union in ""
onjunction witi thr- Extromurnl
"There Is another aspect of Ihi Department of the University
u. .* .* ,l( L PUfSJtioo of recruitment of officers COilaga of
Slr?LruSI^ SS!*a*T ,VZ vv'> U'"* ,ll," l ,h,nk "' nnssion. Mr Bonner's ttrfMTUUa
other Colony. I ubmlt. Sir, U ..vilng the majority of the | j,,,,.,,,, will bo met by the
not a question of whether we can thinking public and 1 think it is Lougliborough college and the
afford to pay these salaries but what l may call the policy or Lick Jamaica Co-operative U nlon,
whether we can offord not to p ()f lll;,.v ,IU Ul). 1I1(I, (,r (;ovrrn. .,ul,. lh(. Brilah Council is paying
i.'.em 11 has been said that as Im.m |n ialaetlni ortlcers for car- his ieturn fare. He i> due lo
far as possible a Barbadian should t...n post arrive bin k 111 Ixndon on August MTu.py,
be appointed to fill posts ... the The,. KM many examples 24 ^ ""l",-',
Barbados Clyll Service ] don't uheie | mm h ul bPtH sent to --------------------------
think anybody wlU dlaagraa with England on a scholarship and .. __.
that provided thai Qn dl m can tralnad in speclallal department J fU (fO\l. I laiiS Kill
be found to fill these post- who He had ben brought buck and
ore as qualified by training and bad remainej in thin departmc
as others who may nol Only :i tew weeka and then j 11
have been born ir Barbados. As ferred to another, the working of ",'VV*i" '
time goes on morj and more Bar- which he had no knowledge m< MNGSluls. J ca. June 2'J saio. Am
bndims will no doubt be found in . ,obl1' -^'*- Mr A- lta*ding H.l wld Boh
the rglaann and In the mean time There were aevei ipu Ii I of ment, refiigoratori and other thai hi lovetl (be pe..ple. he l.vc.l I'h.
lhat undone thai cairn- Ui hi* iniiiii material for u two-year oampalgD the smell of the manure. nri he The Bill, as passed by the
was m the case of Mr. G. 8. Nllea att-ii,Bt tuberculosis planned !>> aW lOVVd Um DOOpM that Idled House, gave the Govcrnor-in-
who had now retired from the Ser- the Government have arrived in the soil. Executive Committee Ihe perog-
and was a Barrister Mr. Miles Jamaica and this week the Medical Tr,p manure spreader was alive to increase the allowance
Departmcr*. will nek premises to necessaiy to any daily industry for the Barbados Scholarships
t up Um laboratary which will which also had land under culti- from (240 to $57 as from Sep
Mi t-'l. i ion mi Over
For MniliK Harm
A Jury at the Couit Cd QncH
aaaatoni yaauinlay found Clot-
lie Miller kuiIm of infllrtln,
grlOVOUfi bodily harm ||
I'.iyne on November 7 His tfon
our the Chief ItltUCC Si, Ul.r
> pound hei ovei to keep lb.
peace for 12 month-. In tA
of U 00
Mr J I 1 ih.mi k.i ipp m
on behalf of Mdlei w-hik Ml v.
W Reex-e. KC. Sob,
"al. prose, uied hn the Crown.
Met.. PnyiM of Spooner't Hil
said that ifaa knew Mdlei fe
al ail i yaan Op N
aoout 4.SO pm t'lotteil. Mil
i<. Umw two stones at rkti an
a., hM left thumb a the
1 aught hold ind fought.**
s.,e arenl lo Um General Hoi
pital for Ifhp bile after bMtU a.
tended by lb l M.iiiiui,, ll.
It-it thun 1
Hospital.
on. wrltnaai tot Um detraci
.11 yard Mid lhat Met.
PaynC put hCI left hand on Mil
1'1 mouth While fn
fighting
GJ Ppstpotsefl
Sentence
in M..
the Chief .Ii.
If the people under whom Bar-
badians may be serving in vari-
ous departments are really (list
class, surely the time will come
all the rr.ore quickly when
most posts will be filled by Barba-
dians wh.i have deserved appoint-
ment not merely because the, ,ie
Barbadians but because they are
lirst class Civil Survi nts
was aent to the United Kingd
Ijfoour
d tr.nr.
When Uttl
Officer.
.vas temporarily
'. be headquarters of the campaign
Tim ... b ('111 '^ iiiiim.vI '.nh.llilulp
vacant, the |*ostmistc
vas asked lo act.
Mr I. N. Chenery who <
1 have .ooked thrrnigh the f,- ~ "-k"' ^ ^Sj3 ^ ^X-
Revenue and Expenditure f"* ll(' <'""' bk, '" Um Auditor flon; ;'.. V l".K f
for the Year 1951-ftl aiwl 1 llnd 'Jfieral's Office. Sine- then. I
that if one adds up all Ihe pe.sonnl "'* an Assistant Secreta
vation Then-
tllfftat anti-tuber- '" hl* knowledge.
.1 : all programme is to !* pro- "|l '
uitu in the (iovermneni '""Kf > order.
aie thei one moi tl
rmolumentsof the various deiiart- 'V " Colonial s-cu^
manta
S4.WW.01HI
are
Bending ''about H*' vvus *" UiM """'' """ unlv
.If Honourable W* '" ^ Customs Department
plannad lo laal avary person in
l. immunising UMfM who
ttfC free ol the disease ,-
nig the cases discovered.
toms dutlei
i takei
of the list of offices nd salaries
which I have fiivrn ,h,.,. ,hoy " ' ,',"'?, '"C, S.'J.T"'
I>
i IIKilll
Bigger Profita
i,,
DOl asking for anything
extraordinary We are asking the
BltuSorillaa to give us (tap
lo Organize Pilot Service
rm.fi Our 0n CorTMpOl i.
KINQSTON, June 29
Eatabl ihinant oi
Authority h;ts bean
year. If this sum is taken from
the S4.000.000, which the personal Hon'l I.- Mi. ..lassiah said that
emoluments of all servants of the there was also Ihe case of Mr.
public amount to in round figure-*. V. I in. H WH Mtni
the personal emoluments paid lo to Toronto and trained as 11 Li-
the holders of all posts other than brartan. h. got all Uh qu Ul 1- ", P4l aw
those on the liit 1 l;jve given lion- lloni and came bock and did 1 of proflti
ournble Members come to more iragmilcetit work in Ihe Library. Cn*OTr commodltlea.
than 3| million dollar-* a year. If but he had U-en moved and taken nnipnaming the nacaaattj
Honourable Members will refer to to another office altogether. changes in the mark-ups, Mr.
column 1 of Uu Usl which 1 have Win spend motiey on people to Ain.. ndon, uiessman
given them, they Will see thnt m do IptCial work and then take sard Wo want U go fo.wai-l
alt the more important offices men- Uiem away and put them in places 'l> "V step m .1 le-poiisible
tione.1. Barhado In order to meet for which t*hny have had no manner, so that when we put
Trinidad would have to pav special training and possibly no f0*r*a """ '' lo the
about $1(1.000 a vear more in talent' Ooveinment .eking for what we
salaries That i* a larKe sum "I believe that statisticians gay want, UMrra will be no retreat,
but I do not think Honour- that if a thing happens two '"
able Members will consider lhat three tunes il nmv be coinci-
it is too much to pay annually danca. but when H happt
in order to set an example of oral times. || must be due to some
efficiency to civil servant', drawing obey or lack ol policy
about 3f million dollars ! 1 ention now
and to ic much pood I ,waning In thaae
of thini as piJsibie i 1 mil cm nevti !
Mi PUi i-i.-iied to ..... ual- ''"' "Wei being trained for
isfactory slate of am... h.li 1 il v> hi b.
theDepar-me,,- f 8ei. 1 -1..1 o, si.i,tu .' '> #' ^ .'"."' ,.K,.
and Agriculture through the -b- mOW I do ^w\U sence of a ix-pu-v Director ol nothing ......ul " ll"; '""' *>v committee
AgriCUlUire p-ho a-han M waa "It is impossible f... inyop. n, m.ke .e,on:n,e,(..t.on.s for the
here was doing good work In In- gJva wholehcnrie.l fTaVVteP la a functioning of such a body.
structing peoa-UTt holders. to.veinnieiit when thai sort of Conditions under which pilots
He crTtlClsed the use of the soils thing goes on." operate In UM Port of Kingston
-xpert Mr Robinson as Govern- He said that it would be very have del. 1.. -ably and
ment Analvst and also drew atten- much better 111 the ease of Mr. the Oovarnmanl hfU decided that
tion to the jmrnment departure of Wiles and others to Increase their It is desirable that the pilotage
Mr. Knowles for t more lucrative salaries and keep them on Jobs service should be orderly organ-
post, they were doing. "The library b |
Recent appointments in the one of the most important riepart-
Service win to emphasise the ments In this country. II '
Mire.it to the good government of Hie whole community and we
Barbados which lies in that situa- should have tn axpartanca
IWD, I .ele: to the ippointhMntl trained man th> TtT. ,7c ,f
t ihe posts of F.n-m-.al See..-.,,..... IrVl '-'V "'
and Auddo, General I < "rvlce m the Lib)
state clearly v. ' j- tragedy aiui want ol gthktol I
personal In what I am about to foresight lhat such things sbou.i mlloPw
say and no one will be better l"-' allowed to happen coniinu- A. C
pleased than 1 if the Honourable n"^J>' ..
the Colonial Secretary is ab!e to
show that these appointments have
real merit.
Taking first the nppoinimcn
head-, one. Icmbci 2H. l3ll.
n the island;
to his know- The A.nenom ut suggested hv
id there wa- ,,M" Othai PlaCO MUtpM to give
tO b%> Kxecutive Com-
To suggest that planUtlOfU mlttaa UM power to interact the
wait and watch whal 1- hasten. 'll11 ''"" September 1 and added
l) the Central Uv-ttOCH '"* 'xcifding' ga7.
Station U-fore Ihey adopt nielli,-i. lraendnMnl uTOn the iMIie
which HiLiaasa product..... la ,.,, wni ,ecompanlo ridiculous to say the least"
Mr Dowdlng said lhal fa -Htlng Um House, appi.-v.-il
as he knew UM fa riUtf- M| K p/alCOtt (I) dnVW tO Uh
" '.''" atte..........f the Hoi.s. thai it Wa-
ll intiusioii on then parogatlvt
it should not I-- dona." Im mM
- ium 't waa gq^valanl ic
malting new mil."
III-. I iimniii. (I.) who hUI
ived Dial the HOUM MOtl
Ulan Co|W
n| 1 i 1,oid Se*-ions f> tenla
IpOIMd -entem . 011 \lei v n
Lfaahatj w*ho vnu found cuilty o
Mini and aUtliiiK Wiuifie.
Bryan In throwing eoCTOstrf fluli
Tl St I .
The olleo. I RFtal ( ,. 11 nulled oi
March :>. IB:I Couiim-i |,.,
l_i lit. -. was Mi .1 S ll li. ,, ,iii<
Mr. w. w. it.e.e proaacutad tn
1 .own.
Ths kaapai ot Um ciimlnsl n
cords lohi td. C.....1 lhal i uhlaj
was convict.-.1 m IP46 for ai nd betting Richard Hai 1
throwing c......live ituni on Rau-
bin cnck
The
|| attached to the wile. | HJH
tractor that loads the manure |u
FOKT-OF-M'AIN. July 10. it- re-cptacle Th lM .. rrVOV
Hetail merchants of Trinidad ving t-ottom w-ilh .. machine at
iave met in I'o.1-of-Spain and the l.-ic'i of it ll m-m.,.( th-
"close down" their manure out over the Held
f Ihe Government did, He personally thought it was
to have this equip-
Cure For Athlete'* Foot
Jul)
in
the post of Financial B
which surely is a very important.
one. That at least is what w I
told when it w.-s create.l. If that
is so. surely anyone appointed lo
t ought to hive the special quali-[|
fications which would make him
.1 fit person to hold it? Is that
the case with regard to the n .
appointment of th? Labour Com-'|
I r pott? Surety if.
II was felt thi-t the work he had '.
done is Labour Commissioner en- |
t pro-1
motion surely in that ' .
would have been better n fl |
him bv increasing the salary now .
to the holder of that very |
uu
t
iietei rant of
noad by ir
head of the
Biological Institute Of the
supported tlrittsh Empire Roaearch Centre
I'll.? bail .e,e. and PBtontad under the
tald Ln tha '..... le.,\. ;i.-n:e 1 .," romlrbi. It .-. no^ l-eiriK
. to! I!" ^W I"*1 *he "latter h i bee:- tested in Britain.
M..oh'. \
ivhat the Hoi
C. Gale
: Mi
worthwhilo
ment.
Of th.' Other Place's amendment
finally asked to withdraw his mo-
tion for the time being.
// AT ARRIVED I
! III.VA I UM K I
STARTEXA A *.ltn\\ 1 \ \
Obtainable from
H. JASON JONES & Co., Ltd 1
j Eipeciolly if me cup holds Chow
Sonborn. For here's coffee ot CoA'
vhovld be rich, hearty ond satisfying.
Just sniff that inviting oromaT . then
tip mat heavenly coffee flavor. Then
1 mo rf you don't agree Chose & Sonborn
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hold. So don't jmt ask for "coffee,'
, osfc for Chose & Sonborn.
Frosh
(Umwlian liar
CHOCOLATE
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I'epperinliit
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Suffering from
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Deals, \u-k two Kennies, one after
ifal other. Their fan-acting blend of
n-rcdienn upeedily corrects
ki Jity awf removes the cause of pain.
Ncvet be without Rcnnir* if you're
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10 carry a few in your pocket or
Landtag-, for each one la aeparateh
mppsd, If they don't help you,
Jif. it'* high lime you uw your
factCJ A.I ehgflawM kII Renxuca-
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^o swo&r,no water...
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IS THE SAFE, EFFECTIVE WAY TO
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with
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every spoonful gives you
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energy and
fitness!

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tuppl, or HftUUM A and O.
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Hn. women, children-all should uart
tjkmf itnf -Kepler' to-taj.
PLER
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COCOA is well served
. WITH IfffO
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P^ WITH COMFOUT
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8.W.I.A.. BRIDGETOWN
L"ing oveniJc
I ihlp in the Port
>i Iximlnn D>cks with
whU lookl like little
curcmony, but the stafl
of i he P.irt if Loadoti
Authority know dM de-
cree of caie. icquircvl
fo handle this valuable
'iity. \\ heiticr a
pn xluci is easy io off-load
f.r is the most .inneult,
it is safest in the experi-
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of London Authunty-^
fbtrt it h-s il-.c added
advaara^c o{ re-thing
ihe Urges: v\*Q*ume>
mulBM "I the world.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
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Hennessy ** Brandy.
Bois (Qrts) 5.75
Peanut Butter. Bots. 72
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Isually NOW
Ovaltine. Tins (Large!
1.35
80 70
Pineapple Jam, 2 lbs Tins 66 'it*
MM Koo Pear. Tins 71 l
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Wl DNI 9DAY, Jll.Y ii. ll
BARBADOS UHOOATK
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additional -oO Terma cub. PhMf IMS "
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Swan Sum
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
i; n
Pwk-_) Morn. I Ul good "rklng
cirirr win aimott n*v. bodv Anplv
Stoulea Unit Mora or Martha I *
Edward'* Garage n.irhwt *lr**t.
IrRMIVVIION Ol I all I Ml
OF WAR WITH GERMANY.
Ii is notUM Uui U i
atata pi w. .my
tarmlnatad .is (ran 3 p.m. today
(GMT), the 9ili day of July. 1951.
On the instructions of Hi*
Majesty
State fur Foreign Affairs, iho
United KniBdom High Commii-
sioner in Gennany addressed a
communication to ttu |N lei
Government uf Germany In the
fullowuiK term.'
Hi- M nment in
the United KlnfJom, I
mind that on 3rd B
1939 a state of w.ir was notified
with the German R
that aetive hitllr I
ended b) UV
Kardlnt; the surrender of the
Qarn tn V<- June, 1945, but
formal I Ith Ger-
many has eonllnued to subsist
..-. Municipality Law ol
U i KJ
ed. and will so COnUjMM until
appropriate action is taken by
H.M. Gov< tarminata
it.
that through circumstances
lieyond German control it bad)
as yet proved Impossible to con-
clude a Treat; which would
dispose of questions irurin| of tne state of war with the
German Raich, I IVC dotannlned
that, without prejudice to the
Occupation Statute, or to Ihe
the settle-
ment of winch must await the
conclusion of a Treaty, the f< mal stile of war bttwoan the
United Kingdom and <:<
shall be immediately termin--
nted.
A notifleation "
ing publi.'hec that the formal state
of war with Germany '
ated as from 3 p.m. (GMT) on thi
fth day or July, 1951.
His Ul '.uii'iii ii
thi I tad Kingdom milal
the right to retain any money or
properly object to control by
virtue of Trtiding with t
n or mi the custody of
pnsa court but thev daafaro t<> ra-
c-all that under Ibai legislation no
obstacle has been placed since
29.3.49 In the way of Um restitnp-
t'OTi Of full commcirial and finan-
cial dealings between persons In
the United Kingdom and panofU
in Gerinan> or ol
of properrv not then
control, po itton will
remain unnlUfi
ConUaeti concludad before th<
war batwi Ml | the Under
Kingdom and pei
111 ,,i m in.ii. mbjai to Trad
ing a .tii the
bul ontra< I conducted on o<
after It.31.49 have I tb
same position as conn
eluded with parson
meno'v runtry and no
havi i
. i on with them b)
ihc fact that I foi
has previously cxistcn

11.7-0)13r
ELECTRIC.-.!.
riui.ro aaarsiuMstATOa
(I Full width damn*, r ham her tlran^
M-e) mni nnoiitlllxtm-d ihi i>,nfh<> .'
aaaj I* l...(w*tnl at I-o Yard rheap-
n Applv H L. Sinllh fUndffl
Si Philip 1 1 U II n
tm HH.rRATOR One III WeatlH.
?". In road worklnn order Apply:
W It Trmpro. Phone SOM or **
IBs Si -tin
MECHANICAL
MOUTH Or*
t-ed Applv J
MISCELLANKOl'S
^MTto'TS Ol evae-e doarripilnn
Clm: Chin*. <4d Jewell, find Silver
Water.roloura. Early hoofca. Map*.
Aulncranhi etc at einrrineea Antique
Shop, adjolnina; Hoval Yacht Hub
3 M l(
HOLSKS
l ilTAGt UUM White Park, draw-
i' a MMSa, I bpdrooma break
teat room kit.hen. i-;h r.
.itoa
FUAT Ai Oral Sad.. Worthing. |
modern lamiWied Aat. good aaa paUllnd
l hatttar fMlUlMi, Dial alM Alma
riau u
mim.h fiAUS
KEAL ESTATE
il to Motel Royal A.l mo4t
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