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PACE EIGHT HARMADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. JULY Ii. 1*51 Firs! British Champion In Sixty \ears "'jf^J* 1 TLR/>/\ TAKES CMOWI\ ^|^^ Game FROM R 1 > RORIXSON %  v TURPIN-wha an Tin ShlflBJ H;.y R hn.Min off the World mt< B ,... %  %  %  %  I 111* I Ityl-I%  111 %  I l I I i %  %  I The Fiuhi • ) r Am ;ican %  tartttnfl i (cored i th> n unit wi" I .„,.. %  %  d MI %  if only in ihe I i %  %  %  i Turpin oil Ihe' %  %  ; %  -.. %  liu< I I Robinson by hanging limp s 'SS2S | %  ign.ing m...i...u .wai nnpp* p oU lMd of M \\ .ii in-. I i on Thunder. ( • % %  >>• d round the boats ( i : | %  ... %  i %  > IM.-T around i ,\i %  lUnj takdl : '" mark. Vunooag Lni,.i out tM i won the creased on her lcud on tin-nm for %  3 I r R\V ROBINSON Tin Old Champion SLOW SCORING IS KILLING CRICKET Rule her On Murder Trial RANDOLPH TI'HI'IN N* .Miildlruriclil < liampion of the World. Vamoose Undefeated In Tornado Series lvf*aslNrt) i.v the i ornpai stive rurpla 1 %  almost unknown i tou n dod Hi %  ie Bay Street mark. Zephyr was ping the New York •• %  i, | e to il|> a few set-..15 rounds. A RaVi lecUi with a hmd on S defeated Kuiil's It-ad but l;ulect to Overtax* of 18.0O0 m i ~. fjdrU, which wai hei Vanwoac howev. ed the i ice some lime when she hail in make mini %  avo i -.-.. punch. %  %  Robinson's gates world collapsed he'll eei a chance next 10 I*t lii %  title back %  Hi v. .ibettei that I said, withoui offei in any alibi — (CIV) hour, tack begot* desiring the Bay Street mark. At the end the both ware <<>* %  •**> no handles VM^m* third, but Turn., boat. galled 1 .tone) I of Will%  %  %  had a load of i icok hk %  ii in the fourth mtirrstui.' linute heln III IIV^UMt .. I il |7 I ''.' '" T '"""" Trainers Usually Jraaefaa Warning On Doping rouml whi-n he senren hurde I round %  pell. In me Hn.il round %  nd Noel Bmptafa in did a %  oriaa of acrobata .,.,,. befote he linnlly dropped out 'jf lulled I ick In the ilfih rot %  %  on it* but Roblnaon cauiht I |f '" nrrt roun i i ., %  body waa out ol tlw boat wlii|i> his hand reached Iho sixth to li>ke Ihe round. It*" %  The hiKnlighi i oaa the deck for tinUUei when George Ho I in head was above deck. lUnuiei behind htad those who watchod ..in. with two o" Ion to the net but failed to gain time goi aa and Tbundei swnnssa. (By KI('IIUU> BAERLEIN) a| %  withoui %  > Jib. Vamoose kepi the lend and An\Htmp • % %  i "1 the rrowd %  %  '' [ '' %  mlnuta and 3d rioted tin• ,.iuv.i ot 1" %  %  %  ahaarf of aWI, which waa u u „. i. .i Atlas -• buttlmt m,n dj>e -.Kii^.of earecnina; it •econd. Zephyir nnlahed. third, %  | %  i of every foili oi old i I v Ihhig lik racing uiiK U i %  dellghl of the crowd I i i lea and ten i not in tin beat Interest of I i ,' i havo bean about peeled But Iba Import S idcnl nuiM nut !%  mis--ii i oil III the grent, : .in u,.a eld habe* n the beat-run stable In gnropa fourth, muat lava beai ' atui m .Hot -. i Lh. Inr.1 iutL NoM rum her in the i ni'i %  iirvin Robin* Us have Ui-n 00 %  i :. aaid h. i %  .i I to catch the ,i leeeon Irohi rodd) Hood who • %  ICI> win Sea \>iii|lis Heal rsiiline Coiiveiil %  %  Rohlnaon while UW large atablea.net away talklna much. He had without being i ni Nothing could he further t; the truth. Vaecainarjr iurg< l\| >tg|i punch' ,., ;:;;, in nu opinion aome .,., MM .,. Bf _„,„^ fe ,,_ mtefeatlni pan .-f the ra n % %  ** "C"-** %  '', '' %  ' cored B goaia, Tom tlrowtte heiween the laat tWO I [in. i | %  te %  .. ndi bet % % %  Tha nb and Uia itawai i H Hi WI %  with a talrl) itroni ing away a man'* living, 1, ,. thev K" being aon Ho won ant ftafatj In iwt pared by Teid> Hood l| Vei CeM Tell II within the diatanci Hl wi 11. thbonei are wi • nun %  ,.,.,.,, %  ... ;. ; %  | ., inary surgeon on dun can norCemi etoal declared 'No deel vt nooaa II-OK UH load I mallv tell if any norm ha In the atari She wai been doped ... ..... II ma. [> i H n I i I <•, %  . 4 |M%  Ze| 'leered thli marit about three 1 Joyce %  cJdrtOin \;„.,u Jones one each. Joan artuit tha lone goal for By CLYDE WALCOTT JUNE 25. Kishion's Uth match of the *oawn gave them their Oral aieloiy at Cnfleld on Saturday. Al'.hiKjfh the gods of enrket Livoured the villagen. Enfleld had |i reeume their innings on what had been a batsman's wicket after :enl rain had fallen to lurn the tablet in favour of the lOwler. Enfleld were all out for '.20. after being 110 for 4 wicket*.. Clyde Walrolt lop scored with 59. Tha Wanatt lolled out tvy and Kiihton who lost three early wickets were not discouraged and i viand by Ramaboltom and Butie' addinit SO runs, brought Hirh. lory Walcott raptured 3 wickets for 50 runs m 12 overs. Wrfcott now has an aggregate of 038 runs in 12 innings and has taken H BnehMa, For once in a way Everlon HV'vken wu disposed of (or a i omparativrly modest score, but IB amateurs gai power, with Banham hitting R4 n,i Bancroft 55. Bacup declared at 213 for 6 wickets against i <_-. Everton scored 33 in |uet over 20 minutes. I-oweihouse were given 120 minutes to %  %  Hie nans, but the Bacup bowlers were always on top and l owetttauaa were all out for 114. Roy Marshall was l.b.w. to Aahworth for II, Weekei> took i wickeli for 34 runs m 12 oven Other outstanding performances In the Lancashire League are as follows: BATTING Oul Mahomed (RamsboMom) 101: Bill Allev (Coine) — 71; D. Phadkar fNelson) — 50 not out. BOWLING IVmson (Todmnrden) S for 2"; Phadgar (Nelson) S for 34: Tribe tall) 6 for 55; A. Ranisbottom (Risliton) 5 for 21. Bruce Pairaudeau was bowle Warnath had scored 111 for the loss of 4 wickets. The West Indian XI without the wicket to enable the West Indians to declare at 159 for 6 wickets. M Pike of Clitheroe took 4 wicketlor 32 runs and Alec Gill had 2 wickatfl including that of Evarton Weekes—clean bowled. The Clitheroe team replied with 123 for 1 wicket*. G. Garnett scoring 64. The majority of West Indians in (he League re-signed for the 1852 Mason and will return after the Australian tour. g, from PagO :. (By PKTKK niTTON) bele*n her brother and THE RECENT RUM PI S at Trent Bridge, during which Oaagfc iitniiii rumbe.batch Simpson the Notts captain bowled an over oi underJJaastoeTawi had r JaeMnan was .iig when Simuhon took a hand in tenable scoring rate not being home and he wourd go for it and the proceeding*, and became incimaintained and there will be more reiurn. T.-n to fifteen minutes dentally the lint Englishman since finishes to matches, with tha ielater he return* 1939 lo bowl underarm in firstwit that the County ChampionMlii i-il out and a knife in his ,lass cricket in this country aMp will take on a new lease of hand -._.., Simpson afterwards declared Ufa VI Hurt the Glamorgan rate of seor, ... ,. Ihougbt he ha low w loo slow o" easy pit h Wool*" and Simp-.,, by thdr and ana thai none of the batsmen with foni el Trenl Bridge have norm the exception of veteran opener helped to sueed the process of the could soon see some sport." .he Emrys Davtes. tried to pis forcing shots. The Reply The replN by Wooller was thathe snekat wst so easy | the hall did not come through tun.klY enough for In And on top of Ibis Notts bowled defensively to a t .. field which meant that the batsmen had lo lafcl they wanted to step up the rate ol Wcmller further pointed out that Iha Trent Bridge wicket has such a reputation for big totals that unless rain interferes the matches usually wind up in a fight f..r iTSt innings points In theas dreusnStancea he did not -e that Olamor! :• % %  ere UIOI.I; u, scoring ai thee Both Wooller and Simpson will have man> aupportan They are those who say that run-getting is ihe main consider at ion, whatever ;he slate of the wirkct and there %  ra others who will applaud Wooller for his stand against the •feather-lK-d" type pitches which -aniioi produce definite conclusions lo a Ihrce-day matchThe trouble is. Of COUrM, that bpth views are right. Then11 nothniK calcukatagl la kill crlrkat more surely Off mOra quickly thani sgona-walllng bj batamen, partlcuiarl> on the opening dai But no| iKitsman If* going to throw his t wicket away unneccssarih Mpaelallv if he is a profession ,1 and his living depends upon his ability tc score runs for his county. More particularly. DO batamai o take foolish risks on a wicket which is so full of runs th.it totals Of 450 and Upward are the rub rather than the exception Too Defensive Then is far ino much rj ivpe bowling to a defensive field No names no pack dull, but there are more than a tew lop-rankmu howlers In this country al the moment who are content to bowl defensively and wail for the batsman to make mistakes rather than go for his wicket and risk benn hit. Trkket is becoming more la need nf rnforms every year. It U nnl. hope to continue nourishing if more maiehes reach a AeflnlU conclusion. This is not possible on wickels such I toal •t Trent Bridge They should M alioliihed Batsmen and bowlers necessary reforms, then they will said, have struck a great blow for the Her successful continuance of English look cricket. Arthur Pmait g ays: BLUE IS OFTEN KEY BALL IN SNOOKER A RTFUL aoooasr piarvr* oftm urtateh wm itle coiijur-i 01 portrliDK Dlua. DlOS U(" DUCK. Ill* %  rf aoeaa ertndos itlch fron window Joseph Cum) asked him if he wanted the two %  %  %  >ick and threw it bchhw hln I: • %  %  I I him thre.> %  tt.G. Helps U.S. Mhwrul Slack N* la m-m of GEORGETOWN. B Q eSnrts.* "'iii't^C Ju'x 1' wld-h \c. MM Stocks of UJJ iiunerposiuOB or "£--_ ala ara being strengtliened by supplier from British Guiana Indusi i.il diamonds in repayment of the ttaJSr • n r loon of M'.*00 to Kurupung Plawmi -tin. dan Ltd. Lorulon and New York. ?rou>Vus" t ' J financed company formed lasl ludaM ihot roi. year to investigate its possibilities rune g own *!o and expand ihe production of inthroute -o x. dustrial diamonds*. ro iwh inThe loan is being used to rt*i rueSTrevfi v d specialised equipment for sown ase mi*iaa excavating, drilling and diamond recovery testa and labour. RAINS KILL 28 TOKYO. July 11. 28 persons were killed by flood and landslides resulting from four days" torrential rain in southwc-lern Japan. Eight persons are missing and lour in*ured -l-.P. thai In n %  in.ii itaken the Hi rl nnie .. h(iiu> from a certain ruble „ „ ••-mds al seen la be Rt^ortvd MS Named warned not ''* r'" ,irar ,taou lead Thabo '! .Fi.< Oi,. th. lion Of Bl ..•i m fuluie ANTIGUA. Jull II. u 8in „., lice it hai i aaneMU then ta.-ked soutri to ni roved H 1 -i I III hupMr. J M \. I' ' % % %  Uu Antigua, has bat Nothing could be fairer Irian ad Chlel Regiii t ihat. Ihough It muat I On it) Bted from thaI hi m the Grenada |! MH.MI and 0| %&!>?* uhlril 1 ' . ,, Sirei ' I on Zephyr, nil scattered on' y, Withoui i %  i invent The las ma wai %  Baa Nyaipaa: Anne Eckstein, Kckstein, Mary Knight. Tom Browne, Nancy %  i raallae Ceaeaat; i.. LySn, Marilyn Sung, Tom,Nlevea Capt 1, Bkhtj HenxaU, Roaa> %  eanc y Bdwlna Psnorai and Joan Laanlaa. gtun i %  %  .. in Fish vn Itonilas. The Referee is Mr A nol done The testing of a dale | a SI I i in | V C. ' % %  '':%  u Chenary, The dr iw I Baturds) s p ind '. by M. Harriion-Cray Dnlrr 1 Weil Lore alL N. 4> R S • Kill 4 its? W. 1. UM $lsV &f \ %  • U l U I A J 5 4 a w a. &f lo 9 %  : t ? &f 3a . %  h -i : s When USA. Europe In the recent .._ Championships, their bidding was One Heart—Two Diamonds: Three ClubsThree N'o-Trumps; Four Diamond-—Four Ho-Trunips Ka.sta caution was afSBBge -iler Weil's high reverse followed by Diamond supshould fall. South lad 4> lo WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Grand Session — Rose Hill Murder Case— IS.M -in Lower t nuns and Court of Original Jurisdiction — 10.00 a.m. Water Polo — Flying FUh vs. Harrison Callege Bon lias vs. Sword Fish at AqUAlic Club — i.M P">Police Band—Queen's PJrk 7.45 p m CINEMAS .,,.1 i ... %  >4 "ARt awsiel Remember, a comfortable lilting SUIT is ou: first considaralion. There ar* increasing number a who recognise for themselves Iho consistently superb cui, fit and finish of the ... IDEA! TAILORING We will welcome Ihe opportunity of proving thi3 to you in our . TAILORING DEPARTMENT on tho first floor ol CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LIB. 10-13. BROAD STREET aV. North plaving low. and %  .win the nesUlck with a A. ahandonlng the suit. Hearts South no: carelessly disi *rde.l a I Club return would defra' the rontrmcr In prsctlrj North led S I sail lu: made alsven ulcks. The Weather TODAY Sun Rises: i a.m. Sun Sets: S-25 p.m. Moon i First Quarter) July It. l.iihimi: 5 00 p.m. Illch Water: tM am. lO.a., WBBTBBDA1 Kainlill (Cudrliillon) ml ToUl lor Month lo yesterday: 1-43 i Temper .lure iMik) S6-a 'W Temperature (Min.) ITJ "F Mind liir.i in.ii i9 a.m.) 13 p.m.) ENE. Wind Velority 12 mile, per hour. Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.008 IS m ) *f.tS1. THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUTPLY N. LTD. NOTICE A.WIAI. \i mi AM. PERSONS hivinu ACCOUNTS agakMl this Cnrporatimi tn rc(|iK's(i>d lo b |O0d t'nmiuh in send llirm in, .m.iup l.> llic *'.0fli of July as MM n* unssihltv mi it nut nuts i.i.ii i mi N P I*I.Y i on eon \iinx i.m. R. B FRANCIS. M I E E AM I C K. Acting Mana^i'i". 13 7..1I.— 2n. Ion o/ Ouildirt]; Materials lo fi l'MIE\ IrriHii. prool WAlXMAal 1 %  IMek, 4' | K'. ft' Hi'. If hruiilr-pruiil MA Ml A I! I) HAKIIKOAKH S," Ihuk. 4' x 6'. 8'. in" H ]fi" ihirk. 4' x 8'. Trmitf-Bnwf TEMPERED HARDBOARD PITCH PINE & DOUGLAS FIR JOISTS \ PLANKS IXP.WDID METAI SHEETS f, f, 1-, ',nan CARRIAGE BOLTS & M TS %  ..rious lengths. Phone 4456, 4267 Wilkinson & Haynes Co.. Ltd. j I



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THURSDAY, JCLV It, IISI II Mil. MHIS \ll\lil V II I'M.I rilRKK Rehabilitation Fund Explainedln Council Hy Hon. G. D. Pile !li IN (1 D. L. PILE. t Tuesday's moeiinK < the l*BisiativiCouncil paid tribute to the part which the RehabillUMon Kund had played in the impiuvrmmt ol the Sutar Industry of the British West Indies including that of Barbados. Derallv* that rehabilitation should I ••: Ml <• nbe pl ndcrlaKen now lh.il Saul Mr Pile. 'The Factory .....oat fund nave enabled ua to cope and .^ a| n eoat „, „.. with the record crop* of the last hlgh and 10 „ llruii ,i|> Bi M —atafc two yaan Monovtr, both the ..^ l 5 o'clock on Chris". factory employe*, whose basis of ,,,„ Brtttttl West Indies Sugar payment Is by the ton ol sugar ot Association got a telegre-n from gallon ol syrup produced and the t ne West India Com.nUti nine grower has benefited by the ihat the Ministry of Food offered increased lactory enlcivno. to iii.ie.ise the price of sugar fo. The Order 1M7 "V" lh 1 tor ,M8 y £ '* %  but thai the creation of v.,mm. The Council was ot that time funds would leduio UM increase COIUHMrUII • mouitWn to apfaTOVa to the producer by E3 to El. 15. M tntltftKI -In, su^ai "" <'' MfffiVn Ihe leference lo .Kenabilitation. lTu *• '!''''-lll''a>'un Fund WM In IlulUMI \ Uon and Labour aVaturej urucr, IMl MT*u-tMcuUvi . ommitti 00 .. .. ,i-> of fcfay, 111.1i, unda 1 noOf ol Meciions 3 (1) (C) and 4 (3) 01 tiie bugur uwuavy natKU. Price SiaUUisaUon and Labour Welfare, Ac:. m.. <,lW"-13) asset out in th' inarati The order stated:— 2. There shall be raised— (a> on all sugar manufactured B rUl Island during the y thenwords:n-.jnd per ton I uon Reaarvc lo ne IHM available again*' 1 1 xpcnuilurc of a capital character either on mnj r roplaccmenls and deferred maintenance or new capital dovcl1 minded in Price "After considerable discussion with the Ministry of Food throut,:i :h. West India Committee >' emerged thai these funds had to Comparative Statement Showing Salaries Paid to Certain Se nior Government Officiuls in Trinidad British Guiana and Barba do$ %  PI as.. 1-0-1 r %  aaai p Mai ..... |fj f. %  i> aTaW v 1 %  %  1 "•" asm a.iaa .••" stu *-•* ,*m> law % %  Unl OMfKl S.BBU Ha Onml 1 M<> PM s*ai ijaa Haibutii Shipping Mliiri m '. am MM uai *ian isso IBM KIT, t.*!r Offlcri •1M0 it* 1M6 3.NS i .aaa I.BSS* TMas 4.SM. 1JB* i,taa 11.1*0 am* Attorney GcnatU SMS SMS •.tan — '. &f 5• J4 >,!•§ ija KM %  ISO .1 asu a. Jute*. AaasttasM corni ol AB*I • >*. 1 S.ISO %  M S.04S 1 %  i.lto IMI a.iao .Tlt sW nnUM of Educaua*. S.1BB lasu .*ao f.S4 •M S l an ra *.ii Drp.>l> DiltHoi af Afi.. a.Tsn uii %  TWO 1M last gnlomoaMlal %  :..*•) 4.SM 3.SM *' i.Mt 4*0 V-t-nnaiy OflU-ar s Ian |jr 4.0D IJH IM IJnl I Caaaaw sas •Jai Jgf TSJO 4B0 Oowrnmritt A 1.BB0 s.•*• •n TtB ita T. an .— 1.4M SM rnior Midnal iMrti >,( 11. | S,M %  .ao sins s aa. na Mad Supt Mr ma! Hoapnal i tl*.! %  ** MM • 1 •%  1 BUS T" i %  IS* %  %  I HMM %  • %  Ta. T.BBB %  it* 1ISB I.SOS ..! Itrli-ai. \ t S ISO %  jian LW .:• i(M lasoSocial WilHH (Mf.rr UH ?*CI am. :.*• 4.3> aft laao l.TSffl 1 I.4W 1MB VTtO MM 1I0U I BBS l^be..r tununlMianar UN .1M s.iat l aar TOTAt. tiu.ian Bjaaaai SWIM BM.4BU and fifty one %  l*vy at the ui trder that the United Kingdom rate of thirteen dollars and *^ ld r ^ ov *_ %  J** r Uofl of the suitar retold to Canada. Morcovei that the Ministry In The Legislature COUNCIL wenty cents per ton; (b) on ail fancy molasses manu.lactured in this Island during !" n ""^ "*Tf"S ,^ %  dtn ( at the rate oJ tbirtcen dollars ,„ 0^^^ ry,^ therefore, the and twenty cent* per thre' FnglUh Income Inland Hevrnu. hundred and thirty w uw gai|(Cop |e hJ d advised that th e onlv „ {<"** %  way to avoid ih e producer being 3. All moneys received by the u*lile to income lax on that year'a Sugar production and Export Conprolits on the whole of the new tiol Board by way of the levy puce was to collect llu. difference raited under Article Z of this Order between the Ministry's baying on all sugar and fancy molasses price and th P agreed nett: price rnaHUfacturad during lh< i.roduccrM through local Icgi.-thousand nine hundred and tkfty Intlon. It would have defeatea one shall be paid by the said Board the objocliv 5 for which thete : BJM BUfBl Induatrj Capital HefUBdg weni--ing created had the bdoUltaUOfl Reaarva Board, UM producer been subject to Income Sugar Industij i'rue Stabilisation TaM on the total amount paid b> Board and the Governor">e Ministry of Food for the IN I I:., i itlva Coromtttaa in th following ptoi>ortions:— (a) to the Sugar Industry C'apiRehabilitation Kes. tal Kehabilitatiuii naaana %  •-"" Boar,| at the rate of four dol, ""~ | e lars and eighty cents per ton ,u Mik.tr. iK-sido* i.emg grossly unf.nr to him. Fur this reason and also to ensurethat no producer failed to %  locations to tinmil U accordance with In reaped ot sugar and al Ihe fgSSS [" a ^ In'ormally .. C lOverfuinati' iim i nii.i.i-ii -lth on Ti.d..> • %  %  MsIroiri UM I. OrAlliit ith ihr r-mbli.tinvrni Sodv in bknown BS Hiio" Hia SM I.I.M. cr. ii-vu-i ataUstlei %  >' Iha uui-i Mid olhei Kasulrulii'iis tci Ihr >#r 1MB THrCoun.il IBaBITT f Ml :i iMolulion in appfo.r UM %  t litat.-tiv ilUhabililstioit. BMst ItoMUBBU %  i L*bo i W'lf*rr> Oritri. 1BBI.'' HUMIF hy Ihr Governor-in Knertilivr Commule* 01 r • nih Oof May, 1MI, urtdrr Uu> JTnviiioiii nl Settion. 1 H 4 il> Bf lb* auaiir IndtjHiy inlt*biiu.tion. Prit* auMIMaUi labour U>.fM>> AM IS4T. llS4t-i • MM Dul 111 Ihr Scrlvdi.: %  and U. PIMIhr sum of tl TOO al Ihr di'poul of thr plii>irnl Ihr EallinBbMJ 1BBI fail 1 Currrnt. a. • Ii'i-ii I" Sipplr.nn.urv EBtlmalrt IHI it No. 11 vthu-h lorrn ihr arhrdulr l thr n*iutM>ii Thr COUIiril lliHUKMHl .1 KlulHMI Df Ihr llon-blr C. D. 1. Pile rreartlns Ihr ulaiir* and randllwnanxhrd m BamlBt Admlmlrallve and Trchnii-nl poM> in Ihr Govrrnmrnl 1 \. •• iii>i T*tnti MM yr-i Ihr biirixi.e ot •••l.aliiiaM-.ilTl.1 A Hr...l,il inn IB pUr< UH one hundred and nhtr" %  I* hundrrd ...d III tllBBB at thr il-poul of Ihr %  miltr. H ' %  Ml -M. %  plemsniMt Cam*. IBM M s.. 14. whkh form Ihr Hrhrdule to thr %  aastuisa. A Bill imiti.lr-1 • 1 r Tan Al IB3I A BUI inllliilrtl an Ail In provide ,-rtv ..I'll Inll> BfOBBaMfJ Uire.il .lp..M. < r..,...,„i Houar iicerptrd Ihr .me nil nil of Ihr I^Kl*l..l,.. amrnd thr Oa* Work. Art Amanda rnta, am 11 i-r IN.T... I. the -rii II and t.i ma hi lor (•rt.nn iillwr iijtlrri. Th* llmivr paawo %  Heaolutlon hi ptaul of Iha Ciovatnor-U. ..... *iYer Enterprise*' VbaiHloiiec. I1IAVKHIM. July 10. Th,L'nited Statai haa virtuall] %  ,' I I 'l'l|ll IM" H I aolution to Wist Qarn*BMy*i ocoiionm In '.' .1; EaVOUT of stroni; prasauie atari planmnh* Th. 1 ill poatUon iluring the •1. a* a result ul %  Dtttei Urrad up in iha ( i> 1 it m OoVtl mneni and buMne-* riiti' and in the I'u Cottier bafora all Tesignaiion on July I at Marshall Plan Chief f.n any. eloao to the 1 IM Qovanunant ot ChaaeaUoi K Adsaauai hava attempte.ln-.| te. sba BTM I afrtaln in th SalvaUori \ n N 'ember 27th, I9W. Ml* %  HirUatar at the Hillsdale Ba.xi t I .md graduated as a B.D al During her milllaMrlal career m %  i . :.: t %  ., ,i -o. k x-ivvi in the Free Baptist Church with much ardour and Through h e i InsCnunentaJft] %  i ikers hava fn %  fn in to be missionaries .n An ici. and ana laid down bm With t. .mo Bdjatona rvara built, jiui boa svtda ami >f trtends whkl %  i-onmbtiiiHI .... k.' ..idling Iiei t.i : Miie uit" the Marti of hundreds I the uiwlcipi ix ilegcd of Um %  %  It \: irtM lo ixHh iha mardhanta and punter ava unslintedlj to Uie cause, a -ell .is friend, and well wistioi In the 0 S A worth* uf nota to naanlaa hal during her active ininistr. the ReA K-teiijiook lllteil BpnOtBtmenai In Caiaada and Aroartei .lie results obtained therefrom i in timulting tnt oik After sixty years of mission endaavour, Barah Antoinette Ester, hrook has passed on The m He haa fallen up.Hi the aaWllMi Of ld\ h %  rl M. >..i i 1. III. I, SlIIH'l Intarsdanl ol Court Free Baptist t'hureii. Whltepark Road In honour Of her n ttnoj \ Mamorlal Aarvlea BVIII ba *-iii n Court Ftoo BapUat Chun h I phi rdlal invitn%  % % % %  I %  %  I!. rate of four dollars and eighty Government, the Colonial Otfiei r aip act of ninr, and at Hie rale of six dollars per three hundred and thirty wine gallons in respect of fanc> riiiivi MUI uuiiar^r ,UKI *'igin> i,.,. IJ „ ml „.. 0 o, .... zr V thirty wine gallons in reM^,, the MLnU r ((| speel of fancy molasses, buying nricc and the iwrcari ...i ,b. ; oU,cSui,arIndu,t,yPrKe ^ to TOu^SuW^a£ Stabilisation Reserve Board W M hrougtl |orJ ,^ b aIiUI1 at Ihe rate of six dollars ... | %  ,„...„ ,„,. neS( lrjS|>M io lOffiflaUOn would have been laoaaaary. Fxaci Amotinta Therefore the amounts whicn the Sugar Industrj' (Kehabiiita(e) to the Covemor-in-Execu„ ol] Slabiltaalion u ,,d Labour Uve Cornmittea at the rate of Welfare) Act IIMT, under thtwo dollars ;iini f"i". cents provtaiaaa of which this Raaoluper ton in NapOct Of MfBr, tion comet before us. laid down and at the rate of two dollars .should be paid to the various furuN and forty cents i>er three W er the exact amount lets incihundred and thirty wine galdent.il exi*iwewhlrti had been lOUTin ivp.fl Of faBCy mo;,^r.-,Hl .,n between the Bnti^h '' %  ,. West Indies Sugar Association and MisiinderstiindniS ftta Ministry of Food, lion G D IPtta -;iid:— The R. hiibilitation Fund hag "Judging by the a paa chO l made pioved of the ayoataat value to in the other place when this the Sugar Industry of the Untiih Resolution now before us was deWa India, including that of iNited tihere. there would appear Barbados. Th 0 Factory improveto Usome misunderstanding as mantl paid for in part I rum that to the origin ami purpose of tho um i ^^ enabled us to con,, with Itehal.iliti.t...,, Funds one of the „ u rt(urd rroiy% of u g funds with which this Resolution S ears Moreover, both the tnetory 8 .' .*„.. u. at ,-„,. *PloyOl "'hose baxis of payrnai A ome Huftonrablc Memi-ers LJ ._^ ^^ USUBr „,,,.,., kn Iha Brill-h West Indie?, .yrlp prSu^!"! ^" cane Association of which the Sugar Rrow^r ^h ^flteo by ,h.' i Kills, St. Lucia and Trinidad are nbers, make* Bar vi Tha Counrll poatixmad Hi.i I .(,. i .Uh pay for nnployaaa and i Hetoiuiioii in atorevi %  A tin '" asuaa u\ ihr 0> i erloin parrel "I land .Part of Iha %  •nanlrt MM nil ..>• .iri.. ni.it.ii.i,... as BBtliwatian is.sia u ft for UH P-.il%  rtaa IW at '" %  %  bll rta atloun HOUSE rtaea IBk* lliniar ML-I p„ Tuaadav. Ctinu.ii,. i al matuuri for the l.l-i d and Uw Year IB4B :,.• (..ii,,..,.,. Nets Bran k u.ii. i i.> maka ,\ i. iu r.ii | Vralty of Chilli Cl.ur.h M •r a BJBMI %  I acrr I nh I ol Kei PI .. The Hi i 1'i'pOft of ataa %  ii rue. %  h had bean %  %  ...., %  ui a rani. |..ili le (M Ihr Kiitem < inhb. ... in Trlmdad. IH Cimiiun*. Mr I' P Miller and Mi J lUvne-. allen.li'l Ihr meetn a of Ihi i % %  : Linem. I %  % %  ihr rreaipt t Yt-ir R-a-rllrttr. %  %  I.,I.I, i. . i l-.-t. Trinidad %  %  .... i... Iwa narttan atueant n a*ea b* aia>> I iiliMiiThr II. % %  "1 Jl.iil en Tiirwi.ii n"i holding its ordinary General Meeting io a different i vear. usuallv in the month o/ October. "At this Meeting among other rnaitei UH piica that should be tated factory efficiency which I are h ? s ***"} ,h re,ult of thousands oractice of "' P ou ds "pent on improvements ,r "^„'o *hich hav, been largely but by meant entirely paid for by U.S. HAS ARMY' OF ATOM MEN (>minis, soldiers, agents keep uutrfi on risitors NF-W YORK. The identits A young radio raportar set out fuari reeemly to prora that the United printer! wrlth btfedtllfj ink" that States atomic anarg) mtaMlrhrrnean the moru menu war* Still poorly ^uardid so*/! md the ink exHe tried to break into the Arexposed t.i tl Thus, spits would bv thwaittd f they tried lo change the InforP/?OPOS£S CONFERENCE CN B.W.I. EDUCATION KINGSTON, June 2fc\ Proposal has baan rraada ban to ing of a ci^iference b i .nsider Ihe edUCattOtlfJ |HOb|emof tinBritish Cartbtoaan Coioniei i i.!. %  undo <: D. a W. • i i. tha Hon. J / Mai loim. Mil .. ..tion who i tovanunani i usnunmunicaUni with Bii iMnllll t.i u. i w-. in me w. %  Iradiaa, tha Oowi %  %  I Hat otha. >< to his sug%  j at an i riie maaUng would ' in Id in Barbados and tha I Oaorua rould be asked to lUoa advtan to preside m %  ) In .i,|..i'tii i fi here th.,t there Is uraant raaad al praaant for tha UJC Ineraaaa its can* liibition education in tin cpe wnii Mien ni'tti' \m %  ,,i,i Bfcommodatlon fot blldron of • hool i a and UKatling iluteiaiy i>u an m -DU .-i nntilu ask' for Giisson LUXURY TOILET | SOAPS ^j iMrtMALliATnrK • n>nrN ICISOM %  u rt nnniin DO YOU REALISE s i i I How much you can Save | by making I YOUB OWN DRESSES? roil haw another o/./i.x liniilv 5 of foaming — illlMlf, ACADEMY STARTS ITS SUMMER COURSE OBB MOSII11. Jill V K.il. Virlini'K-SIIIIHKf.iiihii* Sfr> iflfM HAVANA. July 11 PanAmu 11 "1 AJaTWan .uul I I.V II IiAVI.M lull ara Bcbaduled to resutn, Ihati ragulai ion n ruVra, Uaia morning, Rar batn| pai il> 1 d tn 1 rbfuai yesterday. Workers of the Iwo airlines struck in protest OVOC Ihr arrcBl Ii of then leaderal the City Hall of Santiago IV I.aVegas. the aaal of the municipality, whan tha Ranetio iioyer,oi. International Airport la localad. They had gone tha n 1 rat" against the asserted privileui* an* joyed by servue amplayaai U r. '.1 cn.i.ii.in [)if-H ORfWADA, July 11. Mian i..ii. 7a. ,1 i pttra d puuatai f Itlrliir,. i.tl. St, Aluli tally Kill mornlni after ailing over Um part rafu lYnmiuenl fin many yeaia in the agricultural life of the community, he was the son of a former Scottish medical Office. Of Orafl %  Cat. <-a wife only aistei %  Sir Joatph Dauuntmlha 1 1 1 only daughdi Barbara, the lattai il. w in from Hiu 1 1 %  fi.n In contributions from th. Rehabtli". Intlon Fund. On the motion of the Honourable Colonial Secretary, seconded KOline National Atomic Laboratory in Illinois. No sooner had lie climbed the fence than several jeep-loads of armed guarddrove up and arrested him F"i imu ila>T Inwas iiuestioned. tTnlted KingJjJ "> Honourable F orate precautions taken by number* an chnnrerl In tha Unit) Mitect atomic %  'ii'. It ,1s estimateefore they are aUOWad to ON n embers of the Commission Al ever> stratcun point stands an armed guard On the wall* and ceilings there ouflaged automatic alarn. systems operated by Infra-rc. raya, photo-elect ric cells, proximity fuses and oth set In motion the alarms Inunadl* ately bring out scores of guards. SHINI0 ihe quality Metal Polish Our Planter friends are requested 1o let us know Jheir requirements immediately to ensure carlv delivery of tlm following equipment:— • Wheel and Track Tractors • Grass cutlers and loaders • Dump and side-delivery Rakes • .Manure spreaders a> Trailers, elc. . MADt a> TMt HOKS, 0 • %  '" AMI' RKK1AST fTONic wrori f 1#THESE g^ AUTO ACCESSORIES 1 l! %  .!.1 1iiiir.ii' MATTING TVRL I'RKSSLKK GAII.Ks BaVTfni MVUHOMtrrtK SIMONI/ WAX A ClSaVJtn I II AM OIK Qrt Tins IIVIlK AIM) HKAKi: (Mill VA1.VF. (.RINIIIMi ( OMPOIND fLIXITi; 1. IsKH t'KMKNT Rf.ACK I or DRR88fNG rrnsofa HIIEU. < OVERS EI.M'TRM l*.\ PI It Its A BM Kl"HIIRIVERS sPITFIRS; l.lf.llTliR FT UII (ROM irfUNOl HIK IOKII s III', a 10 III' PROM M'RIM.s (OR MORKIS IIP. A 10 HP DfODfl \ \ivis POfj ALL MOOfBJ isfilisii CARS ni ( VI'l'.uM/lM. (.ASKI I SKTS I OR ALL M.ARIS ECKSTEIN Bros. La BAY STREET



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I'M.I RllR IMItllilKI^ XIIMic Ml III! KsPVV. Jl I X > ADVtXtfTE B\f?RlD05i_ Thun.d>. July 12. 1951 FOII A ii ra in i\ t*\ tit Irel B i.ind *raa the d.m**r In Untwelfth %  lid thirteenth centuries. Some •*•• • timates say that a quarter of the I -,-i. %  atoaa i "|r ol %  h*ndl< haiii.liiis* futrvcr lh I mm* iin.t l..r re this ooc* Inrurzibl* B> KOtftKT < Ri ARK From "Kaaairr" nland of the Vmted gtataa DM ,p P ro *>* : %  %  %  %  • i itt it Gertru • iddlf years. witi tine healthy children and grandthiMr. II .in.t %  hUaband ... i ti HUM i .iiiout some .II, a facile irriung haea, and Mttai vocabilary, both in Knglish and Chamorro, the naUvc diaUii of an* Mariana* Islands. She I i a of England at me tin" ^trugcled steadily to lift the seal had kepi • Mijierst.tion and unwarranted fear from Its 40fi i >*: %  i %  kl iegarde.) as Ittei A 1'ii'ial service was The sanitarium in Ix>uisina h; Mrs. H tha Itarlama, and un picked up the -eeds of the disease In these South t'aci'i I r him, and his property s been in existence lor 55 years. Bra SnortSS 0,1d in W "s .. %  •', ^Tornau. He was suba. a ljOuiana State Hospital and .,£,„ n '.„,. \,. lOCled to ine.liealoxaiiiiiiati.iri. daM INI M • UJ PubU H0] ,,, ,,,,, Miih ,.v The pulltnar of hairs frooi institution. Its >d sjrobmn, and leneeal. .. Ms. uwnj nun., h %  n -i'i ovei httn an l Iwcn thruloi most of Its modern D | (1 i dirt aSrown upon ban as lie knee Mai IH-M.1I.. (reahly dug arave. Then for 20 years be lure hj. bocame Released in 1945. she wa i, uiiulatimita at %  upartataneeni Undo, .triancd to tha hit afni.ii.i ..vi. beulnii tion the approach to ksasoay has and ipato odd pi il^sket. Klves. and a stick with a become consldeiably UbirBUud, insenalUvo spoi on hi an 0BS -nd to warn othei a,ul the lives Of Ml vuiim-. made %  :l '" of his uncleonllneu. PaUentl may have visil-.i I J The Black I>I U wm* swept g^ fj^J '^Z^torTo^. Europe, had ..ne salutary Oft ,,, .,„.,. ,„ i;n hollH ;iU s . %  ie^s "" V '" n -—" lelatfvcb few active ..,-,-. weie leixr Irain" 1 l,-ft S Ml Fiaorl&co :. ft ..live. These were ruefully The patient* quarantined and i>y uie middle ot tionai racutuaa u a goif course. |,„ stC | v ,..,, .. . the thirteenth century Eurofie was tennis courts, a baseball diamond, ,„„,,,' urv ivn,of thmaa -prosy. £ the end a beautiful auditorium with music J* J£g Ot the llfteenth century it had and line -notion picture %  i uwmdUxi to a few isolated cases, grammes. There is %  combination ,„, r ,, v „ ( i r „,i ,„ ;| publishet canteen-and-cornmisaary run by ,, patients, where one -an buy >Ut „ ,. Q nOfUy in Scotland As leprosy spread round the WOtld t" Ctllna. Japan, Indi;i. Uypt, Hawaii, and finally to America — the .rid concepts had changed. It look Father I> priest, wh.'theiot not ha VM oonsriously leprous when he undertOOh 10 iaisitlie .'talus of UlO leiiers in Howau, lo start the enenl of the public it ' Molokai In 1873. The disease had llrst nppaored in ma Hawauan islands m Iflfil, broUSht there by sailors, and Mail (bund the Polynesian p j oplaa immeiis.-lv ai-iepliole. King Kamanarneha V. alarmad ai the wildnnspread, chose Mnlokai M the to J exile for ids stick subjects, lepers were hunted down sad orjUacted In laao itu wore sent to she Island as so-called volunisut. In one year, as many as MQ .' • rounded up and shlpiivd tothr island. When aether Damlan ha fo ny of NO patients, Uvtns In ii) dyinj; at DM rale 0( 8 Ui 12 per weak. They had n.> proper housing, nu medicine, and little fund At llrst. when they died, they Were not even given the final dignity of a eaafceti bu • wrapped in rags and lamed in shallow ttOlCS It was n..1 until 12 years after the original patients %  fated that the Hawaiian Ix'gislnturc granted i'* Untla] appropriation, anil then only as a result of Fatlier Damicn's stubborn itatenee, thing from meat u> POCKET CARTOON hy OSBFRT f.ANCASTf-R how much I dfu Uvt. loo. The puhll health auihori'ios said he could nol. The loudly, Ui i %  ten to this womad foi SI ] whither sinwent, he went, nu pana called He: %  bitterly an remarked that happy a It! Ife, and in !(.• could noi Inhappy wiihnu him. That was all. i ths live Inside the aVtes, but hi bun huild a nnoU cottaae outOde and VI-II | } %  moi :.my. to inidnighl aid SO dlft lo work with Stanlej Bteln and ularted campaign to improve condition! % %  d HI palgn n Iha abolition of tha ipai lal lapai More resulted in the ii ti .if voting right %  i i paUrata. u>.i mere Qertrude hVtrnboslel drew ihe and tin \IH Id In In .i If and In %  Under atesutratad Mi-. H Unproved immensely When she was released sh>n-. lighting mood. She still has uV disease, technically, but in a noncontasjlouf, airaatad form, and she ana detenrUnad she would not go inla hi indins her acope Declare War On Pests LONDON. Mr. II .1 Page, Principal <>f the Imperuil %  uf Tropical AiMiculiure in Tnnidad. -vas one of the chief speakers at a three-day International Agricultural Conference which opened yesterday at Fernhurst Research Station at Haslemere, Surrey. The main theme of those discussions, attended by over a hundred of the world's InarHng agricultural scientists, is the science >t plant protection. Mr. Page told delegates hat more attention should be directed to -ropical plant diseases. They were a grave •nnsideration since much of the worlds otal food production came from tropical lounirias. There were three methods of controlling ilant disease, he said^chemical, biological. •v the use of resistant or immune varieties >l plant. There were certain types of plant liseases — notably virus diseases and soil>orne fungi — for which there was as yet io known method of control by chemical oi ilological processes, so that there was m ilternative to usini* resistant varieties com>ined with strun quarantine measures. "Even if effective methods of chemical con iol are ultimately found their constant apllieatton may prove prohibitively expensive I there are continued risks of re-infection rom alternative hosts", he added. He believed plant resistance, and possibly n i'.Mtal control, were the only possible nethods for the small peasant cultivator The initial cost to the small grower was little >r nothing, and once established, there was •io extra expense. The effective use of ineetlctde and fungicide lay with big growers both individuals and commercially-ru.i ilantatlons. For the peasant farmer and labourers on large plantations, methods must x' as foolproof as possible. Much more work vas needed on the development of these .nethods. CLOSED FOR Ifood life. But the Band] Falrtj iwront. life A lung and In'.'. I %  mart from CarvUls wh patients H Stanlev Sinn, the blind oditor oi The Star the liosTo-dny nt Kalaupapa on 8.000 |llta |. g mafcTaiinSs and Ann PafS, •res the patientcan dwell 111 n,.^ inanniiinE editor Thl OOttagaa or dosmltorlea, areordlng war againnt the lislinH nt %  thai] means. Then mclu'al BSb] Ihe la* .... a COnSCtOUS n,mtOCdlon II excellent They hav„,.,! Wh. SSruo^ornaaiaB dhUrdDOt, a theatre. KChcral store. haWtaoV, UW abaCODdlni bn* ur. -^ o arLL a^"rtta*rt&rsiSU| .. -1 KIEL fin— a liMwt haws free noaoTast love. On lhat count. and gradually niin>os and priest nuthurltle.v inert an somtwnai Bttsndantt Jotnsd him. He Bought "r than 1.000 lepers living, m nVe of Hawaiian Queen gOW York to-day. But in many UUiMkalani, who hsiptd h,m ma•*•*•• KS?/ 1 "? !-9 TiV,'!'" L. Th 1 •? %  lhe ,iny and poUtlcally Fo, a ISO*. '^' \ ^"'V"^ '1 ".*' ? ,M lW& TK ^ and ,hr ,inn ui > !" eolOfU Kalaupapa was in falrlv have been ccitifu-d as arrested „.,.,„ ,,,.„ Kalnupnpa. in Hawaii %  pod rondlUon when Father stom. wlw ha been a ..-,* %  f... '. : 1 .'JfJ !" S^^St ^H Damlen died of Iha maaaaa in Bt i Ma t so vears—some 10 m New i"nnbiiiuii died. Thousand* o April 188tl Y .,k and 19 at Ca.Mlle has g ''^ ^^maconAfter Fnther l)am,en death the J! £2£rh!S T Ut ^LSSSTr"' Thl l*Prosy. Not ooUi Slu^tahatuito^ecUuml I bK B J --_ rw. **tar. to nenatu t, rscuum tn another %  iinfortiiiuitely ill fumi criminal %  v.i .1 thousand years ; rd hysteria. situation deteriorated ,:'.ei mi', arhaa a tormei Qm II iwah Lawi MM M %  un.' 1 dl coruudsraUon. He rereive.1 unex.,,' nirl ._j -;J ^. n„v „a ,,f \V,,.-H %  "'-"** %  e II.UI l.d.i. hntnu rssWen. jupirlo..;,., .,., :. ( ,.,. ,.., tl ,, f world a Kaiaupaiw. were there Wnr n Thn WJIS wnm Qartru le any apprecrhbie Improvements; •red and her devoted husCarvill.. tO help Horn host el Hawaii, aliiee the beginning oi ^" d 19M. has struek a powerful blow mm in bohaU .>f the forgotun < resist disease, he said that in Englanc :ipples had been bred to resist troublesonv Old in the Sudan the cotton plant was being encouraged to produce leaves with longer and thicker hairs, to defeat a sucking pest. The most spectacular advance had beet with insecticides, but spraying—in destroym one kind of insect—could unbalance nature and leave another species to multiply into yel another pest. Penicillin and streptomycii had also been employed, but had proved toi expensive to be put into general use. Professor Rae. director of the Natiom. Agricultural Advisory Service of Grea Britain* emphasised that with the woi ld> steadily increasing population it was eases tied to achieve higher production from ex nu; acreage—a process which could onh be achieved by the new science of plant pro ection. REPAIRS Advocate Stationery II llttMIM The Ideal FILLER for repairing damaged surfaces on Plaster, Walls. Birch, Wood etc: For Inside and outside use. Can bt washed or painted over. ••BAWL PLASIIC" An Asbestos plugging compound, especially recommended for fastening; Screws in Stone, Concrete, Brick and aH types of masocxy. WILKINSON & UAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. 'Phono : 4472 & 46S7 BKCKWITH STORES liiuuiiiiriiii/ ... MM MODEL H.M.V. RADIO RECEIVERS 5-TL'BK MODEL 3114 S 983" 6-TL'BK MODKI. Jill 125.00 6-TUBK BANltSI'KKAD BWSI •New Mndrl RADKM'.KAMS .•xp.-cled shortly Please call ill our Sales Department and hear the new type 7-ineh Kerord. KevolyinK at 45 r p in. with Microurow. THE HALl. MARK OF QUALITY DA COSTA & CO., LTD. Our Headers S;i Parly Politic* To the Editor" Th* AdooeUS— SIR,—As your Editorial of the ith. IT t ,„ piThllv PUt I PoUttesJ Parttss In thlj Island are ,.utiin^ their lod %  i-roughi alone with u the "Oreal iX'batc" n .. p rahaw ai d As I conceive l| sued ;, debate" will not otil> I aurrSOl *' r "' senators wh,i were elceto I dsrlni their Indlvldua] Judaernenti oeceusa onlj W^, of the potenttal to the "Party-Bossand v linr dectontte t*>k th e trouble lo i.r whatsvt raqulre v "' r I say ihass iraumni whw eara> 1! v % %  ,|,| ,; I I! '"' ar fully considered anunmanly, ma* '" n %  when tney • able, and r.dU I auKjtest Hi.,-, irbem %  %  P :. Sysh ubinert In a group or party I'arliaTney ae* tosttbsix thev i*iuL Ihe i rredlted ndnda i I %  %  ^. r( rie snd all dlscui td muefa mon simple, if .tie lo us a.v an mtividii.il our minds •rKn Uw vrU I "ii.ies and wo ilwaya fMbysrMMl tt j lift >f Uw opp< ii a r thf. n 1 a %  naers thtlr bttffsreni i ntjrlj -de tsliun van ii b hu :; % %  put the view;: of the Partie, unci * ,l1 E "' "' v i"'wei r, MCORli..ie.il> council: n is lut happtl individuals appealing to lli r ,-le;-. P*"* 1 h peCrOert desire: tin|n I ineetn(i( of tin* pintOt torate f"i support ol their oatenuntninwortnlness of the Polltliny firm: It I ippei everywhere, Mbly attractive programmes, but ,IIMS '" ,,1 ' *">'^. I'artim too m any UTII is aocleb ill undoubte.ll> dt. what :ill nunwrous. unable l„ govern singly ,, uvn to happen In tribal gulhvt> the C •'mon per%  mmon reosn imlnattn % %  tha V isi tture and preveau n boh i fortuitous Muection ol %  or years ago. ant w ith no cohesion, DO %  table, sure raai upport for anjr Governe nt, but howinpt a M)Rt: OIL MUST BE FOUND IX)NDON. 'Unless new oil reserves ai PrOdUCtloa h n tha present found on our present properties Central he declared, "we should be pn OtltUeds. Ltd. wi 1 eontinuetO ebb dent to emphasise thai the 0 trotn new risnti and properties are asse' deep diithnuII halm m, Mr #rnleh are dacUnlog In value. ihe annual lurther adjustment of prices i In Laaslan The respect ol prevtoua yeai i i m exploited all been brought to credit. %  i n %  line l>oen any C'ostlv • ,ri %  Moderr. deep we'll, are a co.tl> '' '•"'' l"ness. Drilling down t 10,000 rt. is three limes more e* once .-.aid: "The House is always penses than to 5,000 ft., bu*. in tii listen to men of talenL event ol striking good oil-bearing 1 only follow the lead of strata the oil yield is proportion .,11 men of charactet "' utely greater than in a shallow the methods of pubUdtjr have yet %  lrt proving impotent to combine. j, ms thousand* %  -, failed to do: it will give manv of t' 1 1 emi-owered c.rty aimed solely (l s(|tI happens to-day th. older generation and I1 the ;•_• ""' d.^trueUon of thasSaaan^ u ,lM "" • mrn but ape~ M In aommuaa> U Itonal Oownrnant doe.notparmlt heai, burden w carry agamst th, M f..iif kLi-tu f fi ^ uJ^LSr£*?mXJlSiZr£S2i an l lh r e,ion *">•* "*P ai Intelligent and a* pollua anatanon in normal Umes. protlu of a company of th ls siz* rtc^ i 1 mrtn a', "\\ ?v T.' v \?fir,E .haltering Since they are ,.. ouw. very uaeful in times of crisis. "We have in hand deep well Kl8seea£ g n^u" '^ seek b, all the,, ty.k .: %  I ei .rgent matters tests on two of our area,. ;; iinvwhl( ,. him who are by "" '"•"• Ceavpai vital to National Security to be conjunct .on with Trinld.d L-aselu sell their vob t(icovtr a common swiftly inlo efTect by holds, Ltd.. and ihe other in con less di %  i leel that or their infl • .,. with Govern P' n "' v "'' which will aatis.'y but if there ar< • %  the junction wiih the United Britisl' us all and on which wo oai read upon .. Oilfields of Trinidad, ud. Wr lion and public spirit ,ight to have el the U&A. ngrcc to act. They ?eek t. i Muc everything go<-5 well, can place the hijthet confidence in mrthinR to do with Pan-. the pl" by which attack rjo not. one sectinn their knowledge and experience ii tore directed at the system of the othe ; nt-xiwiii and otl modern oilfield practice and von Party ol Parties and nol M ra Missdvantage. i-ompan* is being well lorvad h H tit thai count Uvlduals, w,. DfTARIAlT' their Joint intamt In tk ciple of Part] i B*Ajudge the policy of the Parties: (t Inj | n ent work."— %  .FJ.p. FURNISHING FABRICS A WONDERFUL RANGE AT THE KEENEST PRICES! Need we remind you lhat we are unexcelled for Furnishing Fabrics We are showing a wonderful range by SANDERSON'S which includes CRETONNES ami TAPESTRIES in LINEN and COTTON. II it OS I V t> CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. ,J \*-'''*^^^vS'*^^^'**^.'*'*^o'*vv**vrtvv-***vvvv*^*'#'#r.**'>^*>v>'*'**-'. CHICK THESE ^ ^ EXCEPTIONAL VALUES J 1 TEA 1lb pk. ORANCK PF.KOE TYrilOO TIPS CIIOWK TIPS HORSIMAN'S RED ROSK UPTONS . TFN'DRRLEAF . MYNA11 JAMS Black Currar.l .40 IMT F.t! Bramble.' 40 per Uil Marmalade ......32 per tin SPECIALS CARR'S CRACKERSSI 64 per lin I'RKAMS '; lice. 43 COOKS PASTE— 6 cents per tin TEA TIME PAS .15 per tin roiiu i ib pk. IJl'TtlX S 1'IH.: MAXWE .1. HOUSI CARDIM M. I1KII U M.TE n BLUE FOUNTAIN I EMP.RE $1 04 .95 EISII in tins MACKEREL .3^ SAltDINES . 10 #4 -2t KIPPER SNACKS ... .!• CRAB 51 SHRIMP .;; ANCHOVIES 41 COD ROES 31 FRESH RED SNAPPER RED FISH arrive at GODDARD'S ^V*GCZ*****Wi&t V*'* •~**'*'SSSS****S*V&~**^*SS+**1&**SS.V**;



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IHl K-.DU .11 I \ \: I1S1 BAKBAiins 4DV-dav Mi. G. B. Niles counsel for Cumberbatch. and Mr \V \V H. fee Solicitor (ifiirral. for the prosecution, will address the jury. His Honour the Chiel Justice, Sir Allan C0II3 is presiding at the trial. The offence I* alleged to nave been committed with a knife ; hout 14 inches long. A wound in the chest. Dr. Klrton said, was 4i eight inches long. u Mr Nile* n*is been living to hi establish that Jackman wtM i Digger man than Cumberbalch. Before evidence was taken. Mr outllnad UM caaa in tinJury. "In this pnrtic ulai case,"' he said, "you have two Htsn ineetiiig i>n June 3 An %  rfUfMBI .v..s removed lo DisTi .both I • I "Next morning Rawlins called e Into the charge office when I iw Cuinbwbateh," Sgt. Archer 'I charged and eauUomd I he made a statement The Wetlding The statement was that the night before he Wtt .it ihe com ing up talking lo others. Jackman between Me... CT* iv I '" £ h !'" ;,mi fg** 1 ;-' m %  h ^' %  hi in thhad Bonc **> *'<* %  < %  • %  that tv> ill LI. 1(1* ...!,_,..„ ,,.,,. ,_ ,!_ „\ venJ.u-kman said to hira. 'You went to the wedding and owe mc my tWQ shillings and would not pay me? ill luhi J-nkman he *ould get It the following week when he would be working "Out of the .ugument iherJackin.m .ulTni him .mil lie left %  %  eufflc and avktencs will t" go home and do something and be that Jackman eufTed Cumberkflarwird returned. Mi Ad the two men Rtruggled, went to Jackman and begged him after whkci Cumberbatch WMlt not 10 Interfere with him but ahiilmgs which MM other. Cumberbatch was the one who owed JanMnan biro ahllllnfa Men Struggle MR A DE 1INNISS at yesterday's Chamber of Commerce Council meeting, asked if anything had been heard of a Pioneer Industries Bill being brought forward by Government Sometime ago it was much talked about. he said, but now nothing was being heard about it The President, Mr n G. Lcacock, said that his latest Information was that this Bill wa* sill; in the hatch. \ >ou may be aware" he Mid. the I'm Ing Field Inquir) taken up a considerable amount of ihe Attorney General's time ami I do not know if anybody m hiSim h* had verv much tim %  to worry" about the Bill." Mr Iniiiss said that it would do no harm if thev again asked about FISHING BOAT SINKS The fishing boat Atomk number P. 121 own Frank Hay wood of Easlmond. St I'lulip. sank with M UUTM under skippei Jog Hampton about 12 miles off lloletown about 3 PUD i D Tuaadsy. July 10 While reluming with a big %  ilsh I he tic* was later puked up by another fishing boat, the Transitory, and brought to shore The Alurnlr Sfbteh is insured for $850 left the Island on Tuesday morning. REPLY.Nil TO POINTS made by the lions (1 1> Pile. Dr. Messiah and V. C. Gale at Tuesday's me* the legislative COUDCII in the debate in oonnectlon will the salaries and conditions of service attached in Si • Administrative. Professional and Technical Posts m tH Government Service, the Hon. the Colonial Secretar*. assured the Hon. G. D. L. Pile that the last paragraph n the official reply was not intended to be unfair ;is he 1M1 Pile) had remarked *n his observations on that reply. it He returned shortly attSTWardS and It was said thai he was again cuffed by Jackman. Anoti ensued and Jackman who had a stick struck Cumberbatch with ii The stick broke and Cumberbatch stabbed him In Ml chest 'Tor the urcuim.ances of this rase," he said, "you will Jackman left, went hturned with n long stick Ho struck Urn with the stick A knife was in his hand and he got punched. Before that Jackman had been anr.oying Ml* Sgt. Archer said that he removed Cumberbateh's clothes which seemed to have blood %  tall had given him a win* id was the %  ;.. b. . ., v ...... %  .. .ij — have to consider whether there low stick which she was provocation on the part of s,,f J t Jackman to such a degree to reduce murder to man* slaughter." that Jackman twenty pounds > than Cumberbatch. No moon was shining that night and there If one were provoked and were occasionally driwles of rain, used a weapon, his hand or Lilian Hams of Ashlon Hall. St anything else, he said, and so Peter. Jackman'. mother, who had caused the death of the one identified the body of her son to who was provoking him. the "r Kirton. was the nexT verdict would be manslaughter. Dr Kirton who then gave evlII was unusual for such near :! cnce ^ saU1 _i„ l relatives to be on the scene the time of such an offaoea. bM since Jaekn Cumber bitch's brother were liicre. they, the (in y. would have to look at then< and consider it in th'* light of tinothers who were present. "' ton pojf mortem also exniri berbatcb and would tell them that there were certain minor Injuries, but nothing sugtiesiing he was well and proper!) btatOTJ up with a stick. after inidnlulit he went to Hose Hill where he saw Jackman's body in the road. There were two wounds on the left forearm and another wound abOVS in the chest. I>ater in the day he performed •< cx*iination. Jackman was about thirty-two. The wound in the chest went Inward horn the left luntc t< t .ii %  vi "I'UI lliA.iltL ll'l-li Tie 11 *• 1UIIK '1. Dr. Kirton who performed the (h<% t h „ wou)d haV( l;ikci| "" considerable force to have Inflicted ii It went about eight Inches deep and the Wind pipe was cut. Alcoholic Smell A letter was received from Ihe Financial Secretary relative to the Council'*, inter on UM report of the Priw Control Conuntttea The letter uoinleU OUt that the C oun ci l*! views were receiMiu: Ciovernmenl's consideration ami in .lui 1 eoiirsi conununlcati be addressed to the Chamber. Application by Mr T O D-, A ding for leave from July S to I>e-ml>er 13. was granted Mi J o Tudor was appointed to act for him during the oerind Clerks' Wages The Council considered ;i report from the Committee ap|x>inlcd to meet and discuss with the ProvlSlon Merchant! Associition and the Druggists Vigilance Commiltee. th'* subiect of "clerk* wages." Mr. Briggs Collins of Messr> It M. Jones a Co.. Ltd was elect* I id ,i member of the Chamber V I 111 I'd \ t't 1 A letter was reetived from Mr If "** R M. Cave who had attended as __ the representative of Ihe ChamThe Board Of Health at a meetber. ihe Congress of the Federate,! ing yesterday approved ihe oiviachambers of Commerce of the ion and sale in lots of 7SH.0S3 British Commonweath TIM C %  quara feel of land at Amity grcss was held in England Lodge, Christ Church, bv Mr. Mr. Cave stated that the Whole W. N. Allcvne proceedings were extremely mTba Board also dealt with a Cresting, especially the efficient sent by the residents of w v ,n wh,ch everything _waa Pi the heavy rainfall and asked the hBd Klveu htin the opportunity of Board t" do something; about It. meeting many Interesting people Ml J Kidney told the Hoard f rom ot her countries, thai there i.m elninc pump Ho included a report of the there which takes off Ihe water meeting. in a short time. The Iciter was The Council dodded to ask Ml ami on to the Commissioners of Cave to nttand ihe next Council Health. meeting In order to hear him on A proposal submitted by Mr. the Congress. S A. Hawkins for sale in lots of Mr Cave | Mttred from the land ji Wcstbury Koad was not Council tithe tejt Annual Or It was a ract that the Ho.prs BaoreJ Report had been under considto fill' eraiion by both Houses of the ,| n Ml legislature for over a year Rff 1V|| i i nun end at ions regarding lc. i i adages were contained in that lepurt and if the views of tm Legislature had been rr.eived %  cti n to amend conditions of Ight beve Im-n taker. When he ..rr.ved here Ihere were f5* 0 , ,ne Pl ,v |Uat kin iiioiii-.h* to |i C a ry of State had i I If* had ao (I on the existing ii-imiiie inwanca hai -.iii\eiiici throuctaoui th. ib b i rea and i rtiolutlo n to I-I lit an appointment on I :reemei" Ii ha nou hat a lueal candidate. 1io ha rot responded to tha advertl %  men* ma Interacted, if he w.i and submitted an application, vas ly eonalderatiim would of i oui s given to It BOARD OF HEALTH Sale of Land At Amity Lodge oved letter sent by the residents of "*'-'"', Z Li^l Vw,lw L>, O.!.,.L. r...i i.i, tis. • sanised bv the l>ondon Chamber h w „i .'. ,oll , ,,,n t '; %  of Commerce He was gild that he the IMwkmMond is flooded arter hll( ,„.,.„ ,,,.,.„.„ l( ,,„.,„, „ „ il matten which had been oatponod until the aj, of ,! Public Servues Comnii'SHMi 11 wa expo-ted tiiat LegisUtlun regarding a Public Service Com.nission would have been sent t> he Leelatetura aerUM bM the i 1 prcparaUon of the billhad bean w „ h ^^^ (( Ml „ "rher^He waTglad rsa, Z' "L^T^'W "V '"' 5T? •t had at last been sent down In ^ <*•] **" h "> " •" the Other Place and he hoped k "" ud rtw ***[* •'"*' w -" ^"'* that it WOUld m.l be long beA) '> *££*&& '' V" ''"' hi COUQCU cam. Into being. the office of I olo.n.,1 S.,,,:,,> a With regard to the CWO gentlevacant. Ihe offei ..f the i okHl men to whose appoinlmeni Hon. G. D. L. Pile had I.(-M.,. iie could only say IhalJhe proor of the pudding was In the twttni and he hoped the pudding wouH prove Rood eating Secretary of Stale Appointments Without betraying confldenci IC could say that llnHJ wei Secretary of State iDpolntrn and in addition tu the otncen question being highly reeon mend art, the Secretary of Stai • had also to take int< account u • tact that conditions f aervu henwere such that n easy to attract officers l" ci here from other places. In territories where leave pa>Ofllce to send out a Home Ci\ on loan until the vacancy *.aj llllod had not proved accept able Mr Campbell the AcUug Colonial Secretary had none ai Ihe other Assistant Colonial Si' iptarv had bean advised to p away on health grounds TIv i-oittoii in ihe Betretariat m midt;i50 had been more de perata thi moat people imagined. With regani to the Oovernmen 1^ Cots. Uiat was %  oontn i ajiejr but be i-nild assuro hon sable members Ih it it had ni i ffurded bjm any DHeeure i r quire anyone bo move and he ha %  nl) dene M '" orde* lo %  c mmodation tar uovenunenl offl" as and so help lo retain the.i ices. AlHSSRS. A S. HRVPi S V SONS (RARBADO.S), LTD., P.0 BOX 403, MIDOBTOWN BAUAOOfl %  jt ST AMMiVED %  %  I'llllW MIMK %  %  ST AIUIX A A ^.IIOU I NAB f Obtainable from kej %  H. JASON JONES & Co.. Ltd. medical attention and It had been represented lo (In houses were provided, ofAcari arn(nent that unleaa aornethtne i in. \ ni, i' .IglUltlMii. Would mora rrequentlj The Hon Mr Pile I notion, .nut csosed tin ornrnodaUoi ni more and itii.ti. del... to Supt's Evidence There was a strong smell of % %  rohoi in the dead man's abdomen. To Mr. Nile* he said that it v ai a typical wound of a man who was scared when defending himself Dr Oliver James. Medical OfflRoad. St. Peter, cer of the General Hospital and ,ind saw JackActing Government Bact. 1. ive evidence about the Cumberbatch and JackFirst to give cvideiH-c waa Sui enniendent t^jstace Symmonds. Ihat on June 3. he went to Rose Hill about 10.15 p iiiiin-, body lying In Ow rood Ho a ig was on his back, his head inwards clothi approved by the Board. It was disclosed that Ihe spot or land it low lying with grass growing to high ;nd is a pocket Which holds water. Toe Board deferred %  propone! by Mr. S. J. Goodman fo. dividing off or land in i\^ lot from land %  I Woiknuns. St. %  ,.. H iv dent red so that more Information eouM be obtained Th uli m hi b IUIIUI milin th then We. the north. A pool of blood waa man wore and the knife. on his right and his elothoi were deuce wan with regard to blood saturated with blood. There were stalni The stains were human two wounds on his left forearm blood stains, he said and one on the Cheat belOW me Kdw.11.1 MarveUe. an collar bone ,ural '*'oo ,lt *' r * i* 0 '*' ,il11 ' 1 '' Ciarena Gilkes identified the he knew hoth Joseph Cumberbatch body to be her brother". After and Cecil Jackman about ten midnight. Dr. Kirton came, exyears. amined the body and on the TolHe was standing at UUe I lowing dav pVrfom.ed a port Quarter corner when O i mortem examination Cpl. Brath!" 8 ""**.wetta took photographs of the botc^ scene. The superintendent told rfOea that Jackman was mi ind told Cumberiwcd him two shillings. "You went out to-d. Mr couldn't pay me." Jackman said. Jackman cuffed Cumberbatch. SOLD ARTICLES: KEPT MONEY 111 ihe ret.*/ Debt Coort ol Dtstrl 1 >•. juuge H. A Vaughn gave juuKcrnent for defendant Kima Kuman of Bay Street In | 00*0 biouglit by Lilian Ryan also of Lay Street claiming debts lo the amount or S*.8 OW*W to her by him. Hy„n told the court that on sometime in May she gaVO Kuman teg "( carrots and T I the Police and rue nrg Service Medal, c SeneanU L. Ye,uw 1 I J Hutaon, C. Vaughn. K. Uiiiicroft and K. I'.nu1'orperaU: B Benl) G Cyrus, S. Goring. K. Hurdle, o Pams. i.. Devonian, K. livnue and W. Guskin. I'olkre ConsUbles I 1 B* > Kellman. F MornH Jones. K (iay. J. Maxwell. D. Greenidge. B. I-avine. R. Richards C. Burnham and Harbour Police Cut in wde uiui daughter Cynthia Malaya and other territories it "FOodatuHa anil sweets slil WOUM mean SU.B60, plus leave being rationed, hut in spite <>J passages, pins fiee nniiu.ii atthese thing-', ihe moraJe oil Iht hnUon, pita ;> bouea on which peopla k Uil rerj good ! %  gold rental was paid and there wn He attended the Festival of Britalso a lower Income tax. a | n and though! it Waa .< verj He was aware of the gieal ii.teies(ni k exblbitlon. strain which a man who had to perform his substantive duties The British Industrial Kan thiand act In another post for a year was a vn line di*-pla> Th long |*eriod had to bear The West IndiHii section mini tlon Acting Attorney General turn, sugar .md ninor Industriewas without Ihe services of an was well laid out, but il IVU Un Assistant and lie had to deal wiUi fortunate thai pictures n.lvetlis bills, courts and even peciej dUing the natural tourist itlractlcm ties like that on which he had ,,f .ill (he islaiuls in the West !n been engagl for Ihe whole of dies were not available, the past week M| r IV( ,. li(1 ,),„, |„ ,„.,,With regard lo UM i^-st Of Detwelve days in Switzerland lb puty Director of Agriculture. 1! described tb.t cnuiiti\ n .1 i< id been .suggested that the |-en| (rt irlst resort and addeil th.,t ih trip was 11 tnarvelloui one Th* on shone every day and the which 1 ed fr. in %  Statement "Next day," he said, "I • Took Knifv Jackmnn's sister went to him lien be fell and took up a knife huh was on him. Up to the time duty in the cfRce at District "E" jaegmnn fell he had not see Station about 6.55 Cumnberbatclis brother, but shortberbatrh came In, At lhat lime j v a ftGrwarda ha saw him, though I did not know him He *aid f nf illd nn \ w from where he had '1 nm the man lhat stabbed the ~ omc Other man at Mile ind Quarter Clarence CouIthrUSt, another last night", and I arrest. m;in wn o was on the eelle ,it the He charged and cautioned him time, gave corrorxir.tivi and he elected to give %  vohnv ,,„,,,. the • ufnng. tary statement. The statement taken down by Sgt An he .it,.1 rea beat him lth j sUck. He looked aw a* and when he looked back. Jack* ,%  ,1. was on the around the knire he was shown in court, he said, was the kuilr he s.w Cseieaa a house, ,,,,,, "1 have coma to Barbados beAwarded H.h.M. %  an what 1 have beard, it in 1043, he was awarded the tha moat pleasant and attraeBctush Rmptra Medal s/hl I live 1 1 .'lit In the Brill u Empire'', in the n A v. Ha dived into shark in tested wau-r 10 BOVl ae lefuelUng vessels which '> or threatened by hre. He m r the office nhould 1-e increased bin it wouln eau-e dissalisf.n-tion in oilier blanches of the service if the pensionable emoluments of one particular nrrlce were increased They were without tl of nn lncf*ne Tax Ceounsasdonei The pi.-seiH hotdei of Ihe ufflci has retired after excellent servicon reaching the age limit but had BfrOOd to carry on until a surcc-. or could be obtainetl Covenunent was most graterul u> him (Ol doing There are some senior offices In which the present hnl ltei£inald French of ll.istiiut Christ Chureh .md driven b) Kenrick Bally r st Qi uvolved in an accident at ti ecrner or llnwid and Mi On ataylng on When Ihev aventuaU] streets with tinbleyeta 11-7173 Utame vacant he doubted whethridden by Winston llowen o| er they would be filled at the salJledman Gap, Wistbu. lto;,d. Si :n.i I Ii*or mv familv. but I have ided on the liK-alitv. Mv trip down from Engl, rorj pleasant, but I was very lh Filmand weather the greater parl of the numerous West End plays in %  '"•urney." eluding The Jack Hylton produc0 lion of Burlesque. During th< I • Ilangan is a Law Student blitz she served with the l.itsh it Lincoln's Inn. He Intends to j(ecue Squad. -..ill At the end of the • %  • % %  I to England i Dnngan managea, produci i i in tnree plan foi Combine* lo the fi kfi reseea m Oasueny ror thi he said that he v,oyiJ like Uritih Troop* i he loeal >'„# Lord liangan Is a descendant o< the Deke of Wellington. His I J,\ aircraftsman father Earl Cowley wh-> no I M IM ring Which lives ou a ranch in He i Spent IWQ years in Freeoearcd as Arthur Wellesley it Mem Leone. several London Dlayi aries which were being paid the present holdera. Retired Officers As was the ease with the COfflp* Irollor of Customs and the Aeeountant Cereral it might IHround possible to appoint oniei . !,.• who had letired 01. tnini Mime otiiei Colon) but whose pension in addition tbeing p ild would make the • i services. With regard to a Governmen' Analyst, it had bean found the war the demand I t \.< on la hi res ed tremeni ousbj The vacancy was adverti ad locally in ISM gad then UM Michael. Ho wen WSJ and detained. taken lo Ho ^tWrffifr-gsW^ '^^SJ TtHOtR tfftV m qtuvrt ifatuawU RUB AWAY THAT COLD I, nun CAN DA VAPOLR RUB I In \ew Antiseptic VupnuriMni; tlinlmeiil For uae> In cast ol local con i lion ami in (lam head and cheat ellei I i n N Catg A 2-o/. I'ol |gf H Ogata al KMI.III S IMII4. SIOMI S ,'ss.::;;*. :',;;:*, % Once upon a lime lack p'.nicJ seed. • ^rr. pt>v.t*fu! :ot nut ii'ein;o a %  io dimb a t p JI"J up ha %  until c iriiheJ Ute top Saddanl* %  MRI crii I m> dtnaar. Sal Jasl. si nin. puikJ uai Jome Rtt)il Pudding md vihl, "Wh> cat me. jn have Ret So tn* Oiant tried II and it so much he p> Js.k all nn gold You can't resist that wonderful flavor •• UIKHtIi S.. Stlkl.^.. ..-. S.. trowM* In Ihe .,mpl. a.-.. t..-i


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PAGE SJX nwtnvnos ADVOCATI: Till RSIV\ Jll.V U 1951 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON .nA* -iMICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY Tw3"n-JJ?4NP V.S* I *E A3-E .TO vpu....! -3ET-.ES ri ) / C_;"S ^ OO^VS 3X T ( ESE. 1= TA.J-" A /-" \\>aTLB FOR QUALITY & FLAVOUR BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG c TS .^ HBPaePT, j IS THAT ) M3U? ^ STANDS SUPREME Here is what to do aftr OVtK-INDUlOfHCt Too much good food and drink Try Alka Seluet and see lane, much hotter you feel A Ik-Seiner eoolhe* headaAs. neutialuei eaceae gettiir acidity, "sow you tight again"' Keep • supply of Alkj f££ Sel tier handy a/way %  3 Alka Seltzer Revitalise Tour KIDNEYS And Too*" Feel Yawnf-Lea* Taenaj t ,';.. I .... %  -. %  %  r I I C.H.rfl up l.|hll, Burning. IU*.B PaitOtt. Ntrv DiKinm ".f^aliam. Oac-a.".. LIB *•>—. Ci^t.e i -t.t*. Swell*" Ar.kles. Lait OT l|...|.*lTOWl..C,.i killhi'.. %  germa Cyoteal .,. yuu v. .11 tall in bj ... I ..' mm. Tha :ui %  lit.. Asfhma Mucus Dissolved 1st. Day i"h"hin. e.ipine. hr>lng lithni unJ •-o-ihium i-.i..n year ayatam. Mp your •"-' %  *ul" "<" health en %  • —I lima elviBfj %  %  aay braathlne; • nl trutful itcep No eoeea. no amohae. BO MM Juat take ptaesant. taateleia Mc-rjiie tablale at maala and be entirely fi.ff.Mii Aathma ami Hron< Mtln In nC to n-> lime, even ih.myh you may Be>itfarad for years Menaace le eo auoceealul o give y i an." .1,, as Mendaco tod. Auhmtm + BromtUtUltHtrFa t t* THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER I fjeiKV..NB TSML AthVYTi* SCf M3 TO] [\vAlT, T0N7O 1 I S^OKE ) M LA3Y TO HIlWWdfpnYNAVt MJCC NOl l T 0O SOON'i—^*'fi, I E 1 1 a——^* —* 11 I BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS -UOOV-WWV DO MXI "*ANT TO 00 "TO THE HAeatOM YW %  l C0MN**cec Mcnvac?. **C 6 OBTTtgQMSO ^VeNO* etTACV-wfiu.-rre so anTMV*\l -A*l" --4^ BBJU J^n MA OH •-. i UFALTHCui.' JOHNNY HAZARD BOV-TVaS f3EA&l*jOG COP Wf'lu'.T LOOK AT TWO-* CL/TaSS *J. TWEIP fjATVJKj' 5urr*. ; tXJBG A — %  %  '--%  A LOT OF T1MC OW TWE BEACM.7 '"'. %  IF %  I BY FRANK ROBBINS BOVRIL makes a tasty sandwich \ -.mJwKh maJe vi'iih Rovril i a rcjl niejl HI ir.iiuulurc. BVeaTOM ^ii'Vihi ti.h I'tclv liavi'ut unil goodncu of .Until. And iluv ..in enjov it oltcn—-nc 4 vi. bottle '>i Bovril IBtlal over 100 dcutinu 1 sjndwivhc*. BOVRIL PUTS BEEF INTO YOU DUNLOP CAMBRIDGE CYCLE TYRES I I*A ATPAiP VW'LL U-Wt...TO...ft**-.ACCrPT SOJl' -NVIUTION TO CUV rot? T^F NlGlil•AP **U0eON ITCtJ BAN PACK. / OH, WHAT A CVJAME evEt?viuiNG P >o. cova *NBA NO / T^ G'au OvED WV/Aa. INTVBAO C* 5 1 OAN AfcVAV _-^'^: THB. FftONT /A6AN6"' MEQ IV". L&^ cost lessgive more mileage nOWDING ESTATES & TRADING COMPANV LIMITED (ECKSTEIN BROS) IIItxdting"fizJ!''ina glasb ol Aadrcwi gives a pleasurable feeling of Ircshnesv But that'* not all! Andrews ensure* timer Cteanltnem through its gentle laxative action, and haOM you lit and cheerful. Andrcu^ cleans the mouth, ^cities the Momach, tones up the liver and, finally, gently dears -.he bowels, At any time of the day, when you feel in need of a refreshing, invigorating arink, just take one teaspoonful of Andrew* in a g|jv, of cold water. ANDREWS'UVERSALT lOEAL FORM OF 7 LAXATIVE (•4^aT^DG3uaaJaaWBJBJBJ^ IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday Only THE PHANTOM LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES HAt/EAlMOSrJ ^7 WHlEl,RWt.' BEACHED WDAtE7H& % %  £$ cvciiecisa hually Tins Silver Leaf Pineapple Juice 35 Pkgs. Garden Cream Biscuits 53 Pkgs. Nelsons Gelatine (i) 60 Now Usually NOW :i Tins Koo Apricot Jam 63 •'• • • Tins Batchelor Peas 38 - • I Bottles Frontenac Beer 26 M D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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THURSDAY. JULY 12. 1(51 BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS., ~ I' \(.| sIVIN HIM tILWMONi 2901 The (batg* lor announc. Birth.. MIIILKO Dt^lM M|unl>. and In Mcmoriein notice* ia' t-M on week-dan and 1180 on Sunday* | lor any rumbar of *ori up \o W. and 1 route per word on •HOJH "d %  4 Mali Mr WWd on Sunday* tor wh additional —d. For Birlha. Marriage or r.ng-gemml MUMIIMmnU In Canto Calling the charge i* 13 00 for any number of arorda up to M and a cent. p*' *.ord lor earn additional tol Tttnii caah. Phone DM between I and 4. pir 3111 fur Df.lh -..li... .-.:, after pm IOM A IIMMI LOST Chain Finder will ,rrwrrded on -"" "o the AnvntTISINI. Utl-AKIMBNT I* 1 SI-hi. ANNOl > T E.MK.Vrs ine CCLD WATCH made 0> MampI i MID .old .Ham attached. I priaom air *.aim J agali .t • -id natch Reward paid "..it. .Mv. —I. Co UO m reti i H ..it it 7 |i HOUSES MA: rrom HO*E-MONT I,,Us. Ml Inipnlin., on rVna.,1 Appl, ,o H I. Barrow "VBfTNoK OMM| I.I A.fload. BMIrill.r. Dra*. mg room, d.mn. %  PMMM I I>.... n "".it VALES REAL ESTATE I Ante llainil-.) eiei m m M ion BALK Minimum chd'*e urea II real M irnl) JtuiwMwi 14 wwrdj — u taorda J cent, J wo'd u* < .. AUTOMOTIVE • •— iADplewhaile* . aw n la Knight* Limited tor (old toy putolw companion al the ce ol (ho underMgneU or, TlUHjiii I I fin da ; July IMI ai I o'clock tOTTUC. CATTORP CO. MaMMn •) %  #n --. od CAR. 1IM7 Ford iTrfci nail 1 a in prrlnl eonA... v. ...in in good .nape. Apply %  11/;*l d:i CARSlXi Morn* Minor 1(1.000 Mile. IMS Moma Oxford H.OOU Mile* i.inr New. HH0 Man !• Si* 18 11 %  bee Mileage IMI Fold Prefect U.uou It.... In vary good condition 1931 Ciryiln Royal. A bargain fort Royal fiaraai 1-ld Telephone tS04. ITU In tmi i i 1M; iiousr Lhrd Eli MKW with r.ao .Quire IHI oi I ureto ""HI, al Chaprr.an Sli iidrton naaaaal Whiirpaik Road in* l-.ii*. rontaina Ciiitri). Diw, ( •I li.ni g Koo.n>. |w bediooiii*. Break UM roam, uaual convenience. Lara. Haarraent Electric Light and qovr„ nionl water Inatalled Thr above pramlaa> will br rai lo, •air by Public Competition al our Ofl-re Jama* Kraal on Friday Uth July IMI %  I : p in lor inspection apply to Mix lirmer inr tenant brlwrrn tnr hour* ol and 4 30 p m daO/ ncrpt Xundayi YtAKWOUD a. BOVCT, kaiKitor* I Til an I'l IIMPVII :Mvn!r. ; u J fA not hold inytrif rn.ponalblr lor hrr Ua rontrarlinc any d*bl drtol. (M atdrr *i'i>*d to i VII Thr i niwim Jal>. IMI %  A parrrl Mi :. 1-1 I %  > %  '.. Ha %  'I '" %  %  C I *l %  ..-.. .llt^la on St Nt.phro Hack Bark. Si Michael tlMjl Apply to M C hllirt I.I 51-n ELECTKiC M)nr N<1RGE KKI'HltiFJtATOH. I cubit oprn ivpa uml. I.I be •. al Badm t\ Taylor* OandM II 7 SI •HUCO ruontiarjiATOR: •>, Full widlh Irrrilni chambrr II: unit Hdimdllionrd thtuiml ,y br Iniparlrd al I>ro Vatd. ChrapSI. Philip T 5 SI 1 In. LIVESTOCK cow 31 pint. dall. Applv % %  •wall Plantation. II 7 .1 li %  -. MISCELLANEOUS A xlnd-blown look an"l pratty "Amuni Wave Sat" make* your hair %  rary to nrl ao quick to dry ThI non-oily prrparallon karp* curia MM %  Ml *,r.d-[Toof KNIGHT'S LTD 11 7 :.l :i %  AMM-l-brNT TOOTMFAITI Rtarl *avln| .lour Amm-l-drnl Tooth p, itr Doxas. Within a ahort while may br the winner ol one of tnr (allow , I.I Prilr ISO on. Ind Prlir 115 00 3(d Prirc H 00. rNNDs t Hi-idtomivi. TAiti.rrs ilop* bod. odour and bad breath Get "FARM" POWDERED FULL CHIAM M*I-K-Suprenir quality and only MM par i-!6 tin and 11 00 per l-lb tin Oat a tin to-day from your grocer or Dnif, Storr and try the brat n.ilk obtainabk> The 5-Tb family lire !• %  eall. rconoinlcal InaUt on "Farm" for th aakr nf your haallli and your pockrt I' your dralrr cannot lupply. phonr !1 IT I SI I In. F.i ..— Ilkg your Suit*. Frock-, etc try "Bcrubb'a f I | hot ..l KINC;HTS LTD Had OENTS TIIRF.E I'1F.F GRAY TWEED SUIT Approximate ilie-3a Dial—II 10.7 Jl—t I KIOIIT GOWNS: Jerray Silk for coo and comfort in three modern St lye Mid Colon-* I" • nd Ei M K"i. itanl, Bwn | %  *. II T M— It RECORDS Charlie Kunr. Blng. Swim and wa will order for you H wi haven't got It In itock A Bainea I Co —WrnBai bedroomi. with uj %  %  lied Tin pu Mi. a ameer. I 1.. Im; 10 am I p.m. on application to Mi.i. on the premiaea further parleulari. and •undllioni apply to ;t)T*ru;. 00 CATFORD a, CO. 7 7 11 Si FOB HALE A well eatabllahed Chemical Manufacturing Bualneaa ol long Handing, wiln good local and export traor Intereatin. W.ll Inatruct eventual purcha*! >rking Stout and Porter Compoundi llnvounng Eaaencra of all type* Perfume Extract!. Lotlawa and varlou. Toilet llcparatlona. Vinegar. Propnet,. Medicine, etc. etc Stock In Trade al coal price Heavxi* for aelllng. Rallrament, l.aving for Europe. For fuiiher paitnu L.M. addreu A.B.. P.O B IM Dndgr(..-!,. oi phone. UPT for appointment STS1-S(( AUCTION Friday 11th al 1 p.m. at McEmeame OMBgB) !• Cheyrolet Sedan Car. IW riMiH-^th Sedan Car both in work In order and Forde Station Wag*on MI Singer mining Car Suitable M li T.-'in* CASH R ARCHER MLKENZIE. •Til -a been in.lructad by U in Emvuti.e Cad oiler for aala by public auction at tl >ard of the Department of Klghwai and Transport on Friday next Ihe 131 al I p.m. one IMI, II II P. Vauxha VakM blue Saloon car. It ha* con l.aiati.el. new lyrea and the u| hol*ter> ai good a. new. Trrma ca*h. DARCY A. SCOTT. Oovrrnment Auettanaar T T SI ii The gold thai iveni down with A ilehener ,. '?> """ TAYLOR) UST 3S years agu ihls month a ,*M*I llni.nn heard :l,.,i i^irrt KlIelWMr had none down 111 ""' nuixi H^inp.htrr on the w*a t.. Ruarii Kn.hener'. mlnlonT ^! ..!' "">' "">< there was 12.000.000 In bullion aboard "to "P the Czar', armits"' Tbtrnan who unlocked the Hani %  nlre'a secrets tells the wholo story in a book which has just been published. "Unlocking Ad(nnberr Hale. Ltd., CHANCERY SALE <.o\i;i.\ME\T NOTICE HAIlAADOt Tha undr-mar-.lioned property will ba *et up for aale ai Public BuiidiniT* BrMUetoan. betwaaw II Bean and 1 p i thr date •pevuWl below If not iher. aaM. It will be art Friday at tha rmm* place and durtna; Uta aante hour* imi %  kg %  UMXaBAV aTHCIL RYT> CMAB DN1GY BP.\r (•rlOPtflrTi* ALl. THAT 'aetain pLantai^ % %  . Jama* and I s l and aforeaaia) caaaLalrttiia li inarrabaut* abutting aid U.ua-ding eat tend Forde deceaief-d on landa ol awlc O laaan .i i.i.. ,i B*jn*kai gajg*i|gfa] I of one Oaakln an Undo M one While Gill flaraa a ad on land, ol one Knlfhi Jamaa Main Road or however elae I ith Ihe maaauage or dwellin, inojR rtti.F Date ol Sat aaM land EES00-4MU i 1Mb July. Iflbl i Mat* ,.| AJn.n-. i ( Dan Spnngrr ., 1'lai.Ution on Und. ,1 M Babb on land* o| loabua a pubba road leading to Saint nay abut and bound T-gi-ih.-ra .irvgul-r other buUdinga and, %  landing am) being *mn thi I and premise*. li. | tU lAtaU l(..l-m-l U >1 Jn BAIIFI ADOS OFFICIAL NOTICE IS* ITHSt/ANCE cf the Chancery Ac. •on. having •" clairaina any r-ratr na nee in or affrcitna the pinneit, hereid rndant. t.. taring before me an accouat ument* and voucher* to be examined by ne K-.I on and I *iw *och i .... Plantation and on ihe publi. abut and bouivd Toaethrr with Deane Hollow and all and ill panel ol land erected and bui lace or parcel of tend ntuau In tha raid oartaf.' of Bail aid containing by adnenuirni,.! ihier a. r thraa t. rrchx* or iliarraboute abutting and ring the parcel of land IUt her*m md> of Checker Hall Plantation ... bviousjy made hv a mine, and %  t smaller our vvhi.li "might have been made by a torpedo." On the port Mde of the gun deck each gun was loaded Beside each was a mound of skeletons with e.irphone.s on their heads, lying by shells th.t .-rc never llred. They had not deserted their stations. What of the gold said lo be almard'' The Adnurjllv "flatly denied" ihn. %  iBut. savsCourtney, then yy sj gold —gold which ended up in Hitler'* Germany! Courtney wtnt down with tWO divers, C'ostello and Mnnsileld They found in a little ante-room enormous boxes Kows of Boxes It took Cotirttny three days to open thi -nudlest ol them—and the "UKhl fell on rows of splinterro bOXfl diK "rging gold fabulous An,, „eek they brought up the j 1 :/^" first £60.000 in gold, which was' taken lo Berlin and lodged in the Retell Then, one ntotlllflg, they got into the bullion ii".,i %  fata. They opened Ibe boxei (if uold "chest after t host ol fold toms. 20-rotibl( pled Suddenly, the men were trapped when a current ihul the bulkhead door. They were shut in for an hour, nearly 400 ft. down, "waiting to die". The mir.icle happened, the current shifted, and they forced the door open. Costello got :i (rushed chest. They raced to a British port, "where Sir Basil ZaharaiT % %  v...ic !. %  i %  ii %  \ —I. r. S PAII-S See€mdh Pall* Call al RobertManufarturlng Co Itl B Street Prefer to *el| l>> large, q.uintllle. II 7 SI H "SAR1DUNL TabaMa ara i •rpETIAt. OFFER 0 Jara ol Chi* aiiorled Jam*, one po-ind lire lor a •I M W A Mr.lf.d & Companv. RICH Si.^t ILTJI •PRWO CUSHION UMTS FOR L*Proi.sTl^O-.IIS K.-.1, peeked in Burlap %  Bag', rach contain* *J Spring* '• row* of T each' Dlmen.lon* Hf" x ] Quantity available. Applv Immediately t,i Thr Standard Agenc '•**l mi r,.qul.e Auto Tv.e Company. Tjafatgar and Sprv Slreet* •""* % %  —!" Wr have ni*l racalvtd an araortme .1 ..f newer and Vegetable Seed, tan KNIGHTS ITT> WVM11I HELP STENtXiRAPHER Wanted Immedl... i... \|. :. : i rnce and ibilit* Uta Ant matance IS T )l-3n sn'NociRAPIiEU A TYPIST lor out %  %  •nee Appl. bi kHtar M (;<->! aalars ollerrd B Laalle A CO. Ltd 1 .Hiding Broau Streel Hridiielou n MISCKI-I-ANEOLS • I.lQCim 1.I11SSI inroie PreM High Street %  %  : fO-PAY S NEWS FLASH JOHNs.iN %  -j \HONI:RY IMI iixniin AKI: lll be closed Tilt RSDAY. JULY l?lh Stock-Taking | I'llHII NOTICES • I SO i .lun.liui i week-da v< ui.'.-dd^, n%nn MIOX i ivn. MHVIII ASSOCIATION AGENDA of ipecial geiveral Meeting to be held al Combeimere School Hull. Roebuck Street. on Saturday. Hln July. IMI at I lo p n I Addrera by Mr K H Straw. Economiit of the liutitute of Social P-raearch. UC W I on Coat of Uving Survey* — and Que.tlon*. There will be a short Bieak 1 Minute, of laal (irnn.il Meeting 1 A .iiii.ii. Report Progrea. remarka h> Preaident 3 (ienernl Bu*inaa*. Pleaae be in your teata earlv L. A. HAJ.U General Secretary. I* 111—In PROFESSIONAL NOTICE public thai my Denial Office will be cored fiom J.l> tlh ar.d will be -eopened on July did. Dr ". H. HUNT. •ill-4a NOTICE %  for a vacant Bulkrle. exhibition tenable al any i grade achool of tha lilai.d .ed by me up to Ihe 14lh muit ba ona of parent* aett lament In St George or liable be rated there and muat not ba m than II year, ol age. A baptismal crillBcair and let 1 from the Haadmaater ol the ach which applicant attend, muat ac.i pany application Form* of appl.ee %  tiined from me K MASON. C r-k. Vralrj' of St George 10 T 31 — NOTICE IHE SI GAR ISU1 HTK1 At.kttlllt %  41 ItSK Af T. I*" In ISirrgller. haldlaf *prrlall( ) %  • %  .• -laiii.i Raarh* Flaautlaa. SI l.ae* TAKE NOTICE that I. Ih. the dboyr Plantation am about to obtain a loan of £M under the provi.wn. f Ihe above Act agalnit tha *a>d Plantation in rrapest of the Agricultural year 1M1 lo No money ha. been borrowed under the Agrle-.iltdr.il Aid* Act. IbM. or t %  bovr Act laa Ihe caae may be' In reepe ol *uch rear Dated til. loth day of July IMI C ORMOND KNIGHT. Own'f in, T M J,t NOriCE PaUUaM OF ST JAMIK I Tender, will ba received by tha un* j vignarl up to SalurdaIhe IMh July I *4V the erection of a Building to b n-lhiiig C ubkrlea at Reld %  M SI All particular* P H TABU .TON Clark to thr Ve.try. St J-m*. I SI—fn BARBADOS TURF CLUB AMENDED OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION SI *l. til.II til I I l\|. A.l. Atomic II Blue Streak Burns Drake's Drum Elizabethan Gun Site Al Lady Pink Nan Tudor Itl-lMt. Sunny Game White Company B.1 Demure Golden Quip Harrovvern Landmark Pharhte Silver Bullet Slainte Ban Q u te u Bkl halandra Fanny Adams Gun Hill King Solomnn Pepper Wine Perfect Set Pretty Wav Red Cheeks Bed Velvet Sea well Vmdini.i Yasmeen Rare Flamingo Colony Found In Ba ha mas An Amei ican ornithologist has discoveied %  inluiiy of 7.5U0 rare ItomlngCM living on the ilan1 Bow Bells 1 Watercress DJ Mary Ann E.l Cross Bow Lady Belle E.Z Comet Keiidal Fbrt Suntone Will o'ihe Wisp II r.i I lew mansion Black SlKch a Colleton Diamoa Dulcibella Flame Flower Joint Command l-iyy Bones The Eagle FJ Alamein Apollo April's Dn in. April Fit. • i Apr mm k Itouiiuet Bright Light Caprice t ilKllllill I ..y.ilii'i i 'hampegno 11 Chutney t'lementin;i Colombu-• un utrtutlon Dacernber Dunese Dutaquarqiie Epicure Facet First A< i Vn st Plight Foxglt Hi-Lo • %  '/ % %  % %  %  • %  < OOm Ml It It It \M U \KM\CS ip en Mel. Mreredi^ >' ct l-.l.i\v Mil. %  The folluwing PublK Hi.ildingi Hlgl %  ".; East P-ntit Light %  Light Mount Standfast, si .1 Crane Hotel, Si Philip. Hacklel. 11 t liff. Si John Golden patdga W I st i.ucys Church. '.Hon. Dtstru.lion. District "D Police StaUon Dtatrlct -y %  Poiiy,ghat Dbtrid r Pi LWUe|dain Police st.-ition. I. ( aiilionnr\ Warning %  l VlauAl >.> b) Bag with black square centre IN THE cotntr ->i CaaAHcsav (b) in mghi One red light T*l .ntrrJr^H B, ."L l W '" "" (1) A '-'ill M ,..i iteV rneniHvrd ihe property of ihe nl f "'M"ent interv.ils for .. |>enod of n quarter ol an hour. T,.r^ia. ... Friday net.ee., (b) Sirens will 1M> blown at Central, Buttons Hill Winning. Boarded Halt, and DMrlct -E Pottet Stati" Inute, three time-, with an In.1Ttati Mill >f an hour fur in turn II. Hurricane Warning in Ihe pa „l ill YlM...l %  .1 1 bj A I] \'! %  '.: g holst(.' 11 ..'lui ibi bi nlghl Two red Ughta boisted one Bbove ih % %  '(HI <2> Ail Ittatlon and Church belli ".ill IHrui and eoatliiuesia*) treat •• parted ol -i quartef > %  .> hour. uLiroons will IHtired from th Harboui Police But i*>te. from Dntrict Pol III. All Clear [II Vlauil Kl i,;s M liKhi.. will l. ( hauled do\Mi ft) Audible Siici;' will ,., 1 l,,..n (nritinii.Hi-ly for three minutes. In uddition to the above vvainings: — tl) The poii.e MIII warn 1 .111..1 authoritlaa and laolatad distil. : %  nv.nand Di .( T%  XJ • Br : 0(a(i. M that idiiia Ig ihe nature and prlord. 1 ; be precluded UgM ihr brnrSl•ald properl>. *>e and deprived of all cla'i PLAISiTIFF 1 JACK 1, ,,i ,.iii DBFSNOANT : OSWALD C It AH AM PIANE AIX THAT .nun-, piece or parcel of la.,.1 k||*jajt Saint Lucy in ihi. Kland ronlamlna b, admra.uieinent one acre two ruod. twenty .even perchea or thrr.aboui. Abutting and bx-undmg m %  dae an other land* of the defendant on ;..,..!. „i 1..11.1..1. iad .>r however elae the *ame inai ilar ulhar the building* on Ihe Mid AND SErnNDM All THAT other ucr and Inland aforeUnit, and four-nith* .. M ia... .— .... ulher UIHI. ..f DM defrndanl daocalbed on lan.lI -ai U , „,, landa if Chaahai Hail IOM in ktta oa land* Oeane .leoe.w*-* 111..I ..11 Ihe public road or aeaaa. 11 WIU.1AMS. flegialiar in Chancery iii 4n IM 11 F.I (eontd Ladys Man 1.tine Dear Love Nest March Winds ..!. %  > Daj Miracle Mounlbatlen My Love II % %  %  )'• r wanee SHIPPING NOTICES si n /, M IMI 1 ISI i 1.H11 n iM A N / I U ARABIA* Ml.edti.ed to Mil lo.ni Melbourne 11th June. Illi.l-anEiul l.iie Port Alma Mlh June. Svdne.. Pharos H th. arriving Trinidad end July. Ilarbadu* early AugUlf M li HIT FAIItVii wheduled "1 ( %  elding M1 | f ,„ m Mutuit t,i, juna, KVarUi .. Innd nitd July. BHibane end July. Sydney AuaTuit. SlrllHiuinr mid Annul. .. -iK.F.g .1 Tiinulad mid Sr|iteinl>ei I Cargo accnit-d a.i througn m-i ..( | hard froien eaigo. In addilloii to general calgo there Mggggl ,,„v,. .,„ ,,!,. .„.„, I... .Hilled and I Hng for tinii.hipmrnl a* Trinidad t.i li.ni.li OMaSM, Laara ,..i 1 .,..( .aid l.landa. Fur further parllculara apply Leading Article Not la SwlM Roll I %  '.--_Tucker's Kittv War I^ird Ability Anna Tasman Arunda Beat Wishes Careful Annie Court C/Law Dashing Princess Doldrum F*OI.ArUS *all IJth Juna A n.'.* r. -AMF.lt.all. JTlh June < ALCOA PATIII'il-nl* lln. Ji.ly SKRVICE rnve. Barbado* !>• Jim 1 1 H n irbadaa 1.1th J i..,,i..,..., ma J., CANADIAN sKUVICE •III IRRtllMI "ALCOA P80A81 %  \U 1 IA I'lilllTAN AICOA PENNAhT 1:.mi 1; 1 TIIOM LTD. — pfBVr VORK AND GULF SERVICR M-i'l l x COHTA j CO LTD—CANADIAN HKRV1CR Rttwk HUM* I HAVE VOU VISITKO . I III It 4NCIIIC II ... IN BAY STRKRT THE OKPOT foi BlblM md chnsiiai, LlUraturg (Ariaiimlng Dr. Lotvc (t I %  ..|ii4.lor) WJIIIIIK K....ITH lifts 9.00 A.M. 11/ 12 N0OH DAILY w.v5i;---->v-*Kvv-.-.Wiv;;',i.iv.., CHARCOAL BOX IKONS m\M 1111: CBJVTMAB. E.unoilll '31 WANTED. A Vacancy l %  pany's Agents for an Apptantl 1 invited from individuals bctwe -i If Touch With Barbadoi Coast Station Cable and Wirsleaa .WI 1 Ltd. adviw %  1..1. 1 i*i.n.unlcale *.'n '. their B.( 1 % %  .1 st • Alcoa Pegaaui *. Willamatad. .. Monte 'Jrtoau Bosano. a Atlanta Dealer, at Mormarrnail. i.t. CM Brovic ... Waal. *.a Folai Maid n Colonbi< ..a 8 Roaa. .a Margaret l.vkei .. Buhain IMI. •* Motmactam. % %  Nee, ,1 Carbon. %  Bj aa. Fort Town.hend. ... Sea pear I .. Alcoa P..larii. *• p-ihfinder. a.a. Coinra *i Mian... ** Raao Svracuaa. . Vulcan. %  a Wave Uberamr %  Samara. aa Komana. *• Flleflali. % %  Aatoria. inura Federal |J Ungula MAIL N0 T ICES Mad* for St Lu. by the M.V. lad. Jov will be rioted at the Oeneral Po.t OtT.ce a. Parcel Mall at 11 noon. Rrg.ilere-I Mall at J pr OrdW^ry Mall at 1M [.m on tne lath Ju' IMI Mill, for Si Lucia by tha Bch United llgrlm S will be cl*ed al tha General Poet Office a. under Mad -I J pm on the IMh I July. IMI. Regrttered Mail at I m Ordinary Mail at 10 11 a m on ihel IMI Mm-m! nothing adds to a perfec meal like a good cu of coffee! A, To-day's (i. 1 Sung V '""' S.f,, H„ m ,"Mi.l ptauurcs an,) palaces ihuuKh we may roam" Thric l. „„ plan. | lk0 ir ii...,%  A GAS III.IKIR. NOTICE I h .. MOHMKIi SAVKIl PIPRAWALA ..1 K..n,i„i„i, I "I. SI Mi. In, I plying io tin Qovamor lar naluializallon. and Ihul unv person who knows an. n.,son why naliirali/iiUoo shoulil llol IK' ,1 %  end a written and slimed sl.it.-nii.iit „f t|„. faetf I,, |i 1 II 7.51 3n Ii hereby given that Mini MAHMAD ASWAT of Mahogany I-irtf, is ipiuylna in %  r for liutur.ili/.itioii. and that nnv p. ron naturalization should no) granted shouM send .1 writ*> 1 ttitrmi'iit of th.f.ids lo the Colontal Secret a r> 11.7 -'.*.'.*.', REAL ESTATE JOHN I hi. l 1IIOS y • o. AF 8., P.V A. FOR SALE HiiniNAii. ruir III! St Mi. 1,.. ... B, SI Jamea typical ..I a byideal .curve .11.. waul* mi and quiet counli Hid Ilia-' Tha St Jam, l.h oner, good iwtMMg mile away and dUtan. n %  I mllei otT.r, A Am ationai Caah Regiatar Com..( Applleatlons are Ihe ages of 1U and 22. who S poaanig lln full i mil 'Til' 'ilUate I Standard! rnttrhtftrwl iptttude; li ittatlva panonallty Thaauecessful applicant will lie iaojnl ( i to undargo >• llaTaa '" lx month-, i rotnlionary i>erIod In Ua bndoi, followed by I '.i.nninK in Trinidad i.alary during the periods of probation and training will be bi tween $45.00 and $70.00 per month depending on the age U 'I dCperlenoi of the Individual. Applv In writing only giving I and nulmitting ; %  %  i" %  %  ...i. M % %  .' % %  K% % %  %  < %  ' %  Aaaml Grant Bolton I .•,*.*.',: ,',:: Cipaciolly if ill Ooie 4 Sonbom. For hora'l coffee oi coffee ihovld be — rich, heoiiy. lotiifying. iwil miff that inviting aroma . 'tip mot heavenly coffee flavor. Yoi atk for Chose & Sanborn always You have a HOUSR FOR SAL! Let US lind o BuyCI Yu wish to m\ \ iiorsi Let US find it tor vot: RALPH A BEARD >ll laid i ..enUI aaiden.. -I ri.ljl.iie. i, IMI e |.a% tin* wild *ii ..-.dl,..yi TI..Iaie n living ru.nn. -J ildrd galwiy. garage Flr.li I ... ...j al the low figure aaited Mill III II Hill -i An Kalale It"-.-, fe With (line Haormg I I • II •. i %  bailrooma, % %  .-'(age ,lf.d %  p.. haa I... I %  %  ,l tne autatandlna M • roaot. -I ^ KOIIIIM 1 bgatWMiil propi %  well plai.—'l I badrnoi i*.i nantr garage. Mora... Mod H. appraati ei -un Oaa %  I ; RENTALS VIIIMI i iimi.r in u i r%  CodModern .!.( .1 IAMBI LOOOI \ i KIM I ~ I \ I I M.hNTS \| i I ]


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ESTABLISHED 1895 THURSDAY. ". ;.Y Korea Peace Talks Going On Smoothly: Armistice Likely ll\K IH W.I. KOREA, July 11 JJNITED NATIONS PEACE TEAM reported on Tuesday mat its Kaesong negotiations with the Reds are "on the track" and there is "good reason to be optimistic" that agreement would be reached ending the Korean War. A member of the United Nations delegation told newsmen at the end of the second day of negotiations that an "armistice is much nearer tonight than it was four hours ago." scheduled inight tnuraday. T h i foi %  i men al tin' United ., return o( Ah* ntfMfl %  MODf. Ruhlcn admitted I out. I paused thi< %  %  : luda "1 the negotiator* U lien thtt ||u I ' i' %  N U rod Kaeeong M UM Sral Prai i %  %  i ttotographen foi %  boui .ni an advai live milai %  i %  %  l a* after i ; %  :> 'higher %  Om* of lha nervoui and tenae i i. phcr* thru "we hope I talk will be M i The pho'ogr.ii | an unarmed truck (lying white i r \\ ar CaeuaHiot U.K. Protests To Egypt 1 ,,r >\. July II. ited -vigorously" %  alleged looting of thr BrlUeh steamer by nn Egyptian n ival Ucatcd Hi %  %  %  .ahnllar awMama. %  1 %  • llcrhcr! ament %  from the Egyptian corvette numbt the crew members of tbi rrnpinKo.ru beinw deck*, looted nth of goodi i bo and wrecked the halted on July 1st off Auuuba. A (< w minutes earlier, vhe .. I :;i>nrr thai b -' to the Egyptian i ugh tinan] -P.p. Xa chary Scott Put In Jail HONOLULU July II. WASHINGTON. July 11 **? t T Z "T Ti" T" The Defense Department on arreeled ,n,i morning whllo dan'•portad a navi total cing barefoot on the sidewalk outof 78.72G American ball %  bar. Polleo Ueuteaant <,o, in lfcr^, naiiUM. M taewr %  ** A Donahue said Hint Seott public. :m.i locked up foi Communist* and 10.844 m...nv;.l hmir*. -i r. —' r Dulles Gives Text Of Jqp Peace Treaty WASHINGTON. July |l The following is the text of B by Ambassador John %  lUaa on tha draft l I %  iilv — %  < kVM a draft Jaimiir-c %  '-.n which we i be generally acceptable to the 5:i odd nations m war wttl N I "He Will IH100 |'; .. tied but almost everyone should be about 05 per cent, aa) BOOM uniaue feature* One is procedure We • diplomatkoVaeuaaloiU instead of a general ronfcience b*>rausr some of UM nittoni concerned are no: r -i>e,iknm ii-rms with each other and could never be brought tonether In eonfaranca This has meant manv separate discussion* and personal visit*. I myself have been to several of the oouotriea princlpallj %  %  a Parinti. And nu v On has IPMI to two more. Our priK-edure while perhaps slower than a general conference h.i given every country an even belli i < hance lo i %  • Sovereign The erond unique fai Iba loaad treats < i >^' japan under any permai Btricttooe or dJaabUIUat winch a*0l r.iake her different or lei an than any <" % % %  • %  fr* Tha treaty wfll in (art %  vi-rcign equal and It itruly .1 traaty of raconctHaUon Neva, in akodarn Unaa have tha vlct-iis in a great and bitter war applied this principle Iran Accepts Truman's Offer: fj.K. Indian Experts Evacuate Abadan field I Bed Planes Shot Down WILLIAM rtl tMIM TOKYO, JuU il. I %  ... %  1 . %  %  %  %  %  %  the Ren othi i i Id .... . ; t tha Ural tunat that 'Hi .iv..u from i • i injad fron ffhlla u wu at itv %  1 81 nan) u Ix-liatulsnum *(font!uvtor" Goes Home After 32 Years MANCMF-STER. Jul. Mi Murk i They have in Uc .mmol paac* ,-,,, m CoiirI h(1 her | u „ bBn( iinpoaad dlscrtrnlnaUon and nutiad her naked to a dial an mlHatloni which have bred %  The present trcatv wouH avoid that great error. MR IM'DOLPH Dl'M Ah i ,h. i the Hutish Qutaria Militia Band and for threa montha n mi iiibcr i>l :' ed to Bai bad* i ycsti-nt i\ after 32 yeajt. in thai lima he ftu achieve I world recognition as a in England, Garm my, France, ^'ugoslaia and iliU.B.A li. nra an lni ( m h Inn uli'inbte .nu. had t nu.%  i with Contain HI | I'.i. Band Mi Dun ber 01 \N OIL BOAHD SPOK oomniiiniquo would i \:ing Iran 's uivilalion t. %  li. Board met throughout tha mon Cabinet was also in u Truman's offer to Ml H a letter handnd to Mossadegh by sador Henry Oiady on Monday Bel itot H Daftan. Chainnan of t ic li tion Board, maiii ih, discloao in an address to the M. Jill (Xower House of Par liament) France Needs M'M PremieY i "Something To I: %  HI. ini>. i Me IS\"" bur w..s .1 momb, Mr. Bani i £1,000 REWARD FOR MISSING DIPLOMATS THr "DAILY EXPRESS", one <.f the kMdii is ullering a reward of £ 1.000 for information that will establiafa the whereabouti lie4lin Usually, victors tmpo i limltailons upon thr re-nrmann-iil of then rnny. Thtc rU i, %  %  i ... hpcnus* they are diacfiaiinatorj few the> ,'tten prnvokiMM stilt snutfit to txavaadad W ire puuming .i naw and modarn approaah Inapti rlnciplM "' lha Uiutad Natloni 'hat p.innpU' u to *e 11. One "' tha largest rioatine dryfliK-ki MI the world, tinti-h AdmlrI %  m i)'"" Mur %  Hernuifli. t. i. %  .. %  !.,i H.M. TUBS Reward and Warden. i wUire ioi long u familiar landmai I 1 i-1 used Bermuda t>-kyard wil. take abd maka tbi paaaaga. Lieut. Commandei %  i •,-, i:\ ... jrd. i n. eharfa -t 'U-u MAOLBANi Bom Mai i/fi!;li> BI'RCEM: Born April ) % %  Ml Igtli, tvil. Height 5ft. 8>i ins. •^hed baric and parted on Thick-set. Slightly bald. Grey at turned % %  , %  %  i He i ur. ..nat.h nntidily Tl ralta i great deal and lln smokes. Careli fond of discussing politics, philbUt well iirfsed. Speaks caophy. and th art*. Flurr.l m but not parfai I %  %  from niii %  • the %  end : beat likei %  in Jun %  Foreigti %  admitted St I ol %  the we.1 l.ln. taa %  and vanished. %  Bui %  .... i(: men and the original' were i.ol in their handwi •:< CONCKCTE EVIDENCE THAT FITIIi I '.CMKI. PARIS; IT II QUITE i FOB THE* v i RETURNED T< BHITAIN. "undreds af clues hav •^.00ft de | %  srge— an arrangem.-o: I all members of the It*'I was sent out on June I %  from duty IA • %  ,, Foretg pending the result of arw eras than head rf the 1 %  Embany at Washington. 7ho-e %  %  II \\( \(il -I l\ tHFM Floating Dock Goes To L.K. (olomtiH %  fternoon Ha wl" red hot wire. The mothei %  kJ'n.i'-i k ii Trinidad and fly l he '.an £(; where .1 great recaption hi he also binned her "40 or 5P lawii planned iui mm On h times" with a lightcil **J Join -l M-aitinto,ui I %  vhile she nut gaiti'r.i nnd nolpk-aa, fcfc'Jffl J*? Tm*l S 1 ^! t*"* 1 The huaband, t causing hfi ivif "tfrirvous bodllt barm wrtth Intent to diaflgura her. %  11 ... doetot %  r. Ml SI1.1: B I 1 1 tiir liipiUl month ago to have her lhl:d chilu. A police witness said that shr that tha torture had occui led lust September but &h< mua tkaaat %  my husband so much." The; noted Bharptaf -is raying, artier arraatad, "aha loves OM I that iba v/eule renwrtbai nu" —l.p. Two Vweted For Shooting Na9gro n.liiia. July |l. %  %  %  olasting a negro boy II bOt-fUn The bl I on %  % %  .-. ,n the othei said tha %  %  to kill in. •perauon Thr Reward's last ov. the Canadian ship Bearrn iirCaapan 1.. %  mmant will m ,.n> AJIll Uni" wit) %  % %  frttati pan nation and Italy will make sUTJ ., Ha at 'ion 10 t turbulent Senate aMllOn 10 "lni %  H gi • We % %  1 %  .. should withdraw from tha Atlantic Pa.; %  %  Italy Italy's cancel bwi fata ol tha araa an by an apparently inspifd prei %  rfiag 'be US Britain anil France with mg t<> welch on the I I Italy thai she be given Tt laate -l\r. I %  %  pi 1 iona 1 of VOUIIK neyroes walking alon> night an %  and Ih' %  '•' % % %  In the IV lival of RriUilii Mr. Donhei axpeeti to via)) tha Ait" W'tiivuela %  i %  bout 1 year. Having led tha l**i I i9ii>, Mi iUidoi)*i Dunbar wan to the US.A. and paduatM fi-Mii Kit' InaUtUla of Music air Arii, '024 Studied in Pans Re then ludlad In Par] at UM National Conaen ol Musir iili Mr ... %  %  with M. Paul Vidal Hi alaa %  tudlod journalism a*. !!. %  itudiad muand VI In 1H31 ha made England Inhome and CUIM1U> '<. To The PoUa WELUNOTOM, Jul> 11. Holla 1 % %  the COUII'I lion ol i' December. 1MB not ordinarily need to appeal t";Court Judge I late m .,..,.. rd %  1 election I 1 Bi 111 • %  Army The vote thai as 258 [oes to the Senate arhara it iured of p Their Lordahipfl S, ,>;< 11 tfiaa Lougbridge Losea \l Thr Polli KmOSTON lul) 11 1 aagbi idgt* manle'i Pi rat Secretary % %  I'N P Prad F.vans lave i->>' 11 I 1 1.-. uott 1 n '1 m %  '.. %  • • 1 IM4 ami MM!* td I r I H in Ha) 1 . attanl to Ihi %  itar dli 1 Dual iiaanta % %  though %  !. . %  1 % %  n( i"'. %  i-'i -ii.. 1 populai llaa 1 ongbi Idgi In u ,, whM broughl out in pi 1 1 ant. "i 11 • oti %  1 %  Three Ml .. indapandenti %  Blatai .,.,.. ten the J.L.I in ihi Home '>i Rapi %  %  %  !•>( eplmn tli.it two li %  .1 1. I %  .... %  tt Dei • %  %  %  I %  % %  h %  Statfe Ol' KlMfl-l'^i'lM • %  oclalmed In Em pi 1 \;. Immed ... 0 %  I %  1 %  1 1 %  Phe British 1 1 %  I'II 1 f UNP:XPLODK[) BOMB HAV v \ || ound lasl %  %  %  : %  %  1 • %  %  %  %  %  %  II. %  I 1 I I I %  Truman \\ ants to \ isit Ifiypi w \ IOI "I tin iiine-i %  would like li l I • 1 I In r p Th, \DVOCATF." pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Duy or Night. PltlXM SS >I.\III.\IKI/I lii'Mikr UceiaCt^S I' 11 %  %  I %  . %  • ih.e\ porl i.r %  i %  %  %  lq %  Daietta. 1 of V.V Argentina Hopes For New Jet Plane LONDON. Jul\ I. Argentina hopes to be in a pO'Illon witnin a raai to prodt 1 cull"' • Puhiul " %  at jet propelled (Igciter de Kurt Tank Tank Is now In Futh th<> Argentine An Mia-j Tank >aid Foui %  : %  %  %  I I -.v.I I %  I 1 %  Already the Mission occidental cc 1 r rum ESN UABGABET. wH* lor %  hi r.i .M.-I MM la : Ike Km mum mm*. Il'l -iri'i



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. JULY 12. ISM £aJiib £cdlhu} M AI MFT.NnTTf III I S£p lUtf poll!-,' %  %  • RfcaaaMa DI in* stay nd lamilv I .do*. Thc>%  %  %  I .rtN<'-**i .. (• %  I Ml %  id* w m .. I Caribbean Cruise M i. i ('•Inrnhia > % % %  \] Osptin.flat A I %  pin. Mi B. A %  .'. \ %  %  After 24 Year* "fJOUDAVr. | n i % %  i '•• rMffc Mr Thorn* b I Sa> || With Flats C ] .. | I %  1 I.I Han lUniK Obtctar %  "" %  fin %  ompanled daughti • Cynthia and %  Blades cam.' | '.-„,,'. b) tba rolantblr which took Ihern \t %  • '.V H. Alia ri I dgUgftltC* %  na ship Vital Statistics Officer M i; i, in it.til is L ii ,,^,1 ,v Vital i returuii by the CalaaaMe. a\ftother arrival by the %  ame M H %  on Ol Ifr, and Mr*. Harold ha< 1**11 studying frtgl&v Remained In Enflamd M i I LDMArt returned tag be i h %  Ceaambta uftei fuui month] in the I'.K. i Bun %  Her daughter ip with bar reEngland t study %  a, OaVimark H Mi Fi Ida n a>M up to EngHiff < <4oaaM* <>n Miir.li IM* HO WTO DRESS FOR LUNCH \ isi 1)1 NT \MI \ IM t>! S pioillr I'M | UltMdJ In IU Thr> pljn t settle hrre Tranifcrrcd To St. Vincent M R. ANi> KRS 13 by the Cataaabte. Mi H i. and la return" ini( from long Ii lie wa* at %  and Carib lai na haa %  %  ; : %  Thej are remaining an route, hoi "Colombie" Arrivals M R AlfO MRS. s. n Blancattle who arl i %  %  i B Qgeagaaai. returned yeati 1 atomWe. Mr. M1.ni. • i BgUlg Director o| the | Herd ware. Othei i rnrag on the Columbuwen Mi fYort ThirfcHl ..i,l Mr T WMrlei Island King To Marry M R JOHN CLL'NIES-ROSS. 22Bid %  Km,:" of (btO .1 the, Indian Oi i London soon. Hia bride *ill be Miss Daphne Parkinson, 21 Bin manul)| chemlat. %  Ftoaa and Mis* Parkin%  Oxford. He u;is studying eolonlaJ administration; ahe was taking an oeeupaUoni Parktoaon >In Load awaiting her Ranee's nrtunii Hi family to Of the Coeoa lalnnds. ha negotiated tba Irenefer of their administration to Australia. With Barclays Bank A ItKIVINU from England yeaPi ii in tba Colombie wtfl Mix. Norman Cooke and daughter Anne. Mr. Cooke has tome <>ia to join the Rartmd,,. i Bai i'..iiik. It. Mil N XI I UN DINO) Wriat kind of clo.hea d > MB) like womei. to v., MI' I tool: kng with I took him to the dn M pitrtmenl of a store and a*kl him; "If you kVTT4 mceUni/ I I Of the year. hOSD uould you Ilk. i %  'a Init'i • %  LET NO MAN ever complai.i again on UM Un in buy elotiM I ii uter am wara attll to tba drai kn irtmanl and Mi w.i > INK hi* head Too tu Bl II. i.Ida : — On a YEI.I-OW Sl'IT mermaid line: "Too fua,v~ On a Paisley pur" Stl K with a drapea npron fror. (a Paris eopyt i Too dull." A aroKirraln duslroat wa* admired— but llrmly rejected. %  <-hifTon draaa, spotted with while, it looks ool and etajaant, aot :.-• oonI Ret wildU m laaad if I am out wltb %  mi avafybody stares at her. "Krtremc fashion* are probably leeriblw unart. hut I doi'( like hem." Know His Mind NEXT WE WENT TO the h.,1 Ami ;D;.IIII my own Ideas wensrutmrad Bvcrj %  rtwhacl was pro nptlj wha its i away. I dlacoverert 'hat Mnha.1 Wilding is A MAN WHO KNOWS %  /HAT Ml I.IKES. A bUBCb Mils UrtlC numtter Intad erown f rather ebJe, I amused him no end. LoOStad like a lieehlve. he Slid. /;. aHoaoed biterral whea n flat ." berel teas prodaced. 'i-hu-n 1 ,iid flatler l H face. Hi IT 1 DISCOVERED t#ia! he thought it was a dual purpose hat lid also he used as an Ice pack. At last we found it. An attractive small hat. made from flat White velvet Mower:;, with large yellow centres. This. Mn hail decided, was THE MAT 'Important' OUR NEXT MOVE was to Michael v anted a plain s.mplc court shoe. ha said* are tembrg imporiam. Thej, mutl I. M, leatfi beee hlwh litrli, and. must nporcenf, ffawrer tin"Have you ever notieed hoe ittraetive some women's legs i'ik when thev u wearlAg hlkh-hecled shoes and how unittraetive thev l>w.k on i*ie beach without sh lIC HAG AND OLOVIS were chosen in navy blue lo match the %  ;hoes. f>o / agree* W-e-l-l. The dress wus a good Choice. The hat should have beat) darker. Perhaps a navy blue fine straw. Wii i UgM summer dress I TOUld have I'hosen hiRh-heell trappy .andaU. Riil then I MVfUfVC TO.MOttHO II BY THE WAY ity llvuvhvom hvr I lTl mg men CTJ %  *ii racking ia1 ih %  Aaao.\ : on I I Wo .' %  i Only I... .i B know UM hunll(gtion of wi in B atockui| i nan a sock. . 11. %  : lo i.retend that their ih uit'i half Of %  i i tiim thiough i CROSSWORD KOpini hole .oi.l ll.ni, |i Dttgrocefu I S> %  > n %  a lici lime Sue has lii-en B • iv Dual UP: Qut en . Oaa U Make, and %  Bui i wosnari ha beaten her. sh\ liul'iUi. HlrtW KLYtlr; SMHTI IXTRAS CO! %  NTEKKKIT CAT And COPENHAGEN PAOKANTRY All Star Talrnl Show OBKAUI DADLI X If I'm Lucky" III/ IIAKEWOtlll "I Want To Be Loved" BOP CI.ARKI Tram No 1" ORVII.l.i: C.RANDE.RSON "Bless You1VOR HAHMON "1 Apologise" BRCCE MANN Last Mile Home" DOfUAN liltiMSO.N The I-ord Bles •iou" tARLTON BEST "With A Song Ii M\ .'.'.'.;'.;',' r *s,' r ;'.'.'.;:'.;;;'.'.•.;',* e 'S.'.-s.:;' r 's • IK* luncheon outfit UMael akoae. n't tht tort of thtng Men like Womtn to toaor. BE $ayt. B.B.C. Radio Programme 2 I J -, 5 -' ri a %  • 7* cl 1 1 l' v rf-7-!-f —|—1L sothirvtdour aboui siocna. (Si i sum a llaaa M wap wualed. I*I i Hi" real bench la eiDUMd. till i md rou'va it^ii ii. t-s i %  I Rrn-rbeiBl* (4> ; No! Wild roesf. 141 ni tin* tin gaol*. (I) i I.otn oi bookinn cor* en in lht omc*. i b i Pan j: mm A.-atmy ni trie middle, di 22 On thr 14 \ '-., iff away from nuniua. ill Sort of bo< a sailor has. (01 DUMB wmrt none bues aoma from. i.vi'n %  drvamri ma? an on*. (*i "te ttBspsftri, (B) inibike. ii i-i^r. ou net it ta. (?) L b-.ubborti xiiiut lludtat i*l Anon< IUI ix-u-cover. (7) ; ; n.pMiiUed. (Up %  iwars •worn. (S) i A oUlc .n'fmin. <4i Tin: rel i a. BubbiebloVrlDg in been 'chosen ai alb I eight false teeth foi the lerrei ;N| "' '" %  '>'" Her pre Ramsgate has "an u ad -i""* %  i> u •'! advertlac the Medl. |, %  : %  ..... i "She hopee I .in the pole foi two weeks ttlngwhen il broki IU teeth Hopes" .the operative word. II a bun, but Mr. Pn the hitter disappointment ..... ii,e i< • i : rtat staj %  sh i: pa lime on th 0 ln| .. can-.an In Putting %  I' %  while walking ... i i inch there Is an a where you can di ink ai .i tall one of I "' %  ui the BDOUI hia helm, i K.-. As I was making foi i i ouser-leg tot n, Cheerl i 'nan. in London clothing %  I and said Ih. .. i, i % %  wha a the anUsmlth'a shop overturned. A man bearing .v-m imtinn". with\ miles lint vei % sma i ,iand remote vulanaa aoma wttiH sflodbytour inberaol tin-Anna d of any son i said I h* Animal League. i o Idea where she go4damith'i t?tr->.t; u.„..,..-..„ •""' he thanked me sadly ai M iMsn .: hal on earth >s the axplanatioi Ailed unter, Rupert and i i IstaaMra cimuN""". II In p m NH I ;—it **. aja. 4 1% p ni Intern t n....,l |-|,t,,I,l(,.i | . • ni tu*. Mini m t> in PMhra "H...I Hull, fll p in Muni I.net Wu-o-IM HI. p „ aponaai M*S-IH,-. 4 4S p m iToarcoti M raiade. IMp in T.-IJ> Spoil >•*-!• M Pm BMI M nj| w 1 00 p m AnmtfA. 1 p m Orrrk Mm i am nnly a troman.' What He l.ikes CLOTHES NOTES fro I Wilding. 1 hko women to wear black for evening and while for the beach. A black strapless evening drcsr. looks sophisticated. A whit*' swimsult on a slim brown figure looks wonderful. niAiiii* look t-rrifie if uou hare a u-aud-like figure I don't like strong contrasting colours. I don't like evening dresses wlln narrow shoulder shraph. hey look like iiiiderwear. / -jtould rather tec a woman In one ii-ell-i-ui all the HIM tha-i In sereral badli' filllno rulis. N-K-W-S World Knund-iip |gg Woniru From New York A PERFI'.VE BBdgei whnh u te be sold in New York shops in a week or two is being turned out by a match Dampen} It looks Just like a folder of matches, but each stick has a perfume head which, rubbed on the pedal fragrance. BM are taking on rtrange -ihapes here. You can bui tnam BM into (daor*Uka veils. Other models have triangular frames, slots so that you can them on with ribbons, and frames in lainbow colours. From Paris Cuff and glove watches are the newest jewellery novelty. These are mainly in the shape of a Hower attached to the ruff with a clip. Mellerio nhows u gold diamondstuddetl i-.i-e. When one petal la pressed li.uk the heart of the %  aveeJ .. tiny gold watch AQI ATM IIIRIIMHA (M.mb.r, Only) "THE BLACK ROSE" In I r. h.llr .|„r M '"'M TYBCISr POWER _nB>N WEU.ES rBCIU AUnnv %  %  mnM>r.Bf mum ma rnr BunaWH si.iiaiB OUVM Da MAVIU-AND. MONT;i)MKBV (.HIT HAI.PI1 Ii It'll Al'.l)>i(>\STARBUDS OF 1951 TO Mil U.:iOp.ni. O.VI.V GM. Oil I THE A rn I. Present. | I MADAM fill I In Aid of The Christ Church Baby Welfare League Clinic Under the Patronage of The Hon. V. C. GALE. M.L.C.. nnd Mr. If D. MOTTLKY. M.C.P. Music by c. B. tcorvn BROWNE AND ORCHESTRA MAL 2310 iLA'£A UUDGETOWN 1JVST TWO SHOWS TODAY %  '. i :fKINO TOMOIHOW .ni'.DAY* *a a aa pj I ? *. <fpwood Minor, to he rum bick ovtr the hill nd p.ri ;h boy iteatUy *i oik. Kadatl Irit ODttJ p h p*l 11 I the ^E^^Jaga^aad lookn. Mihertirad. "Hi roiSer," ,:d tna pDakiaea gegr^ ha isks. . LADIES SHOES ARC OLA in BLACK SUEDE, TAN SUEDE. & WHITE NUBUCK ^3-39 ^g.24 SMART STYLES Black Laced OXFORDS For NURSES & SCHOOL GIRLS 760 & 7' 63 T. R. EVANS~& WIIITFIELDS hid no nerd to go 10 him." .mi the Unll heir, ind he rll ol th* Prolttwr'i oWovery. I: -ii ouing io yo.i thit ih golden learn WBS found." h iddi. "'Wo'ilvJ you tike 10 tnam and uy 'a tolve ihe mynery ?" /'Oh. Str," McM w TAY GARNET! p.otLtei b, P/>NDR0 S. BERMAN If. i .1.. nrpply ...i.r II, y iimwMfj Rylands Mesh Wire (or Fish Pots Lacing Wire Hounsclls Fishing Lines 6 — 3C lbs Fish Hooks Stainless Steel Wire Cotton and Seine Twines THE II .1111 VIMIS • O-Ol-I II V I IM I III IO\ FA4TOIIV I.TII. 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ESTABLISHED 1895
THURSDAY. ". ;.Y

Korea Peace Talks
Going On Smoothly:
Armistice Likely
ll\K IH W.I.
KOREA, July 11
JJNITED NATIONS PEACE TEAM reported
on Tuesday mat its Kaesong negotiations with
the Reds are "on the track" and there is "good
reason to be optimistic" that agreement would be
reached ending the Korean War. A member of the
United Nations delegation told newsmen at the
end of the second day of negotiations that an
"armistice is much nearer tonight than it was four
hours ago."
scheduled
inight tnuraday. T h i
foi
i
men al tin' United
- .,
return o(
Ah* ntfMfl
MODf. Ruhlcn admitted
I out.
I
paused thi<
.

:
luda "1 the negotiator*
U lien thtt ||u
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U rod Kaeeong m Um Sral Prai i


i ttotographen foi boui
.ni an advai live milai
i

l a* after i ;:> 'higher

Om* of lha nervoui and tenae
i
i. phcr* thru "we hope I
talk will be m i
The pho'ogr.ii |
an unarmed truck (lying white
i r
\\ ar CaeuaHiot
U.K. Protests
To Egypt
1 ,,r>\. July II.
ited -vigorously"

alleged looting of thr BrlUeh
steamer by nn Egyptian n ival
Ucatcd Hi

.- ahnllar awMama.
1 llcrhcr!
ament

from the
Egyptian corvette numbt
the crew members of tbi
rrnpin- Ko.ru beinw deck*, looted
nth of goodi i
bo and wrecked the
halted on
July 1st off Auuuba.
A (< w minutes earlier, vhe
..
I :;i>nrr thai
b-' to the
Egyptian
i ugh tin-
an] -P.p.
Xa chary Scott
Put In Jail
HONOLULU July II.
WASHINGTON. July 11 **? tT Z"T Ti" T"
The Defense Department on arreeled ,n,i morning whllo dan-
'portad a navi total cing barefoot on the sidewalk out-
of 78.72G American ball bar. Polleo Ueuteaant
<,o, in lfcr^, naiiUM. M taewr ** A Donahue said Hint Seott
public. :m.i locked up foi
Communist* and 10.844 m...nv;.l hmir*.
-i r. ' r
Dulles Gives
Text Of Jqp
Peace Treaty
WASHINGTON. July |l
The following is the text of b
' by Ambassador John
lUaa on tha draft
' l I iilv
< kVM a draft Jaimiir-c
'-.n which we i
be generally acceptable to the 5:i
odd nations m war wttl
N I "He Will Ih- 100 |'; ..
tied but almost everyone should
be about 05 per cent, aa)
BOOM uniaue feature*
One is procedure We
diplomatk- oVaeuaaloiU instead of
a general ronfcience b*>rausr some
of Um nittoni concerned are no:
r -i>e,iknm ii-rms with each other
and could never be brought to-
nether In eonfaranca
This has meant manv separate
discussion* and personal visit*.
I myself have been to several of
the oouotriea princlpallj
a Parinti. And nu
v- On has Ipmi to two more.
Our priK-edure while perhaps slow-
er than a general conference h.i
given every country an even bel-
li i < hance lo i......
Sovereign
The erond unique fai
Iba loaad treats < i >^'
japan under any permai
Btricttooe or dJaabUIUat winch a*0l
r.iake her different or lei
an than any <" fr*
Tha treaty wfll in (art
vi-rcign equal and It
i- truly .1 traaty of raconctHaUon
Neva, in akodarn Unaa have tha
vlct-iis in a great and bitter war
applied this principle
Iran Accepts Truman's
Offer: fj.K. Indian Experts
Evacuate Abadan field
I Bed Planes
Shot Down
" WILLIAM rtl tMIM
TOKYO, JuU il.
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Ix-liatulsnum *(font!uvtor"
Goes Home After 32 Years
MANCMF-STER. Jul.
Mi Murk i
They have in Uc .mm- ol paac* ,-,,, m CoiirI ,h(1, her |ubBn(.
iinpoaad dlscrtrnlnaUon and nu- tiad her naked to a dial an
mlHatloni which have bred
The present trcatv wouH
avoid that great error.
MR IM'DOLPH Dl'M Ah i ,- h. i ,
the Hutish Qutaria Militia Band and for threa montha n
mi iiibcr i>l :' ed to Bai bad* i
ycsti-nt i\ after 32 yeajt. in thai lima he ftu achieve I
world recognition as a in England,
Garm my, France, ^'ugosla- ia and ili- U.B.A
li. nra an lni
(m h Inn
uli'inbte .nu. had tnu.-
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with Contain hi
| I'.i. Band Mi Dun
ber 01
\N OIL BOAHD SPOK
oomniiiniquo would i \:ing
Iran 's uivilalion t. li.
Board met throughout tha mon
Cabinet was also in u
Truman's offer to Ml H
a letter handnd to Mossadegh by
sador Henry Oiady on Monday Bel itot H
Daftan. Chainnan of t ic li
tion Board, maiii ih, discloao
in an address to the M. Jill (Xower House of Par
liament)
France Needs
M'm PremieY

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"Something To
I: hi. ini>. i Me IS\""
bur w..s .1 momb,
Mr. Bani i
1,000 REWARD FOR
MISSING DIPLOMATS
THr "DAILY EXPRESS", one <.f the kMdii
is ullering a reward of 1.000 for information
that will establiafa the whereabouti diplomats Donald Duart Maclean and Guy Fiancis De
Money Burgess. This reward will be paid to any person
who sends to the Daily Kxprcss dafinite evidence that will
lead to the solution of the mos! puzzling mystery In recenl
yean,
ALL HVCH INHIKMATION wilt b<- rarriulh nlftnl .ml p-ssril
on 'o thr laaartki aaCaatlttaa mi:, iaaauusi T*w4 Niilal
Kranrh. and t'orHm lie4lin
Usually, victors tmpo i
limltailons upon thr re-nrma-
nn-iil of then rnny. Thtc r-
U i, i ...
hpcnus* they are diacfiaiinatorj
few the> ,'tten prnvoki- MM
stilt snutfit to tx- avaadad
W ire puuming .i naw and
modarn approaah Inapti
rlnciplM "' lha Uiutad Natloni
'hat p.innpU' u to *e n a collvctive baauj. A hj-
produrt of that Is th;i.

tiin thai no national force alone
i an aggressive menacr. That |i
relation
. .it ir
IfKHMUDA. Jul> 11.
One "' tha largest rioatine dry-
fliK-ki mi the world, tinti-h Admlr-
I m i)'"" Mur
Hernuifli. t ong voyage across the Atlantic
i- *'>. i...!.,i
H.M. Tubs Reward and Warden.
i wUire ioi
long u familiar landmai I
1 i-1 used Bermuda t>-kyard wil.
take abd maka tbi
paaaaga.
Lieut. Commandei
i ,-, i:\ ...
jrd. i n. eharfa -t 'U-- u .
MAOLBANi Bom Mai i/fi!;li> BI'RCEM: Born April
) Ml Igtli, tvil. Height 5ft. 8>i ins.
^hed baric and parted on Thick-set. Slightly bald. Grey at
" turned
',, i He i ur. ..nat.h nntidily
Tl ralta i great deal and
lln smokes. Care- li fond of discussing politics, phil-
bUt well iirfsed. Speaks caophy. and th art*. Flurr.l m
but not parfai I

from ni-
ii the
end
:
beat like-
i
in Jun " Foreigti

admitted
St
I ol

the we.-1 -
l.ln.
.
taa '
-
and vanished.

Bui ....
i(: men and the original'
were i.ol in their handwi
:< CONCKCTE
EVIDENCE THAT FITIIi
I '.CMKI. PARIS; it II
QUITE i FOB THE*
. v i RETURNED T<
BHITAIN.
"undreds af clues hav
^.00ft de
|

srge an arrangem.-o: I
all members of the It*'- I
was sent out on June I

from duty Ia ,, Foretg
pending the result of arw
eras than head rf the
1
Embany at Washington. 7ho-e

ii \\( \(il -I l\ tHFM
Floating Dock
Goes To L.K.
(olomtiH
fternoon Ha wl"
red hot wire. The mothei kJ'n.i'--i k ii Trinidad and fly l
he '.an (; where .1 great recaption hi
he also binned her "40 or 5P lawii planned iui mm On h
times" with a lightcil **J Join -l M-aitinto,ui I
vhile she nut gaiti'r.i nnd nolpk-aa, fcfc'Jffl J*? Tm*l S1^! t*"*1 '
The huaband, t
.
causing hfi ivif "tfrirvous bodllt
barm wrtth Intent to diaflgura her.
11 ... doetot
r. Ml SI1.1: B I
1 1 tiir liipiUl .
month ago to have her lhl:d chilu.
A police witness said that shr
that tha torture had
occui led lust September but &h<
mua tkaaat
my husband so much." The;
noted Bharptaf -is raying, artier
arraatad, "aha loves om I
. that iba v/eule
renwrtbai nu"
l.p.
Two Vweted For
Shooting Na9gro
n.liiia. July |l.

olasting a negro boy II
bOt-fUn The bl I
on
.-.
,n the othei
said tha

to kill in.
perauon
Thr Reward's last
ov. the Canadian ship Bearrn
iir No "Horse Trading"
Says ) Guperi
*
it
-....
Waati in AilM '
ai, Ida >- Caapan
1.. mmant will m
,.n> AJIll Uni" wit)
'
frttati pan
nation and Italy will make sUTJ
.,
Ha at 'ion 10 t
turbulent Senate aMllOn 10 "lni .
H gi We 1
..
. should
withdraw from tha Atlantic Pa.;

Italy
Italy's cancel
bwi fata ol tha araa an
by an apparently inspifd prei
rfiag 'be US
Britain anil France with
mg t<> welch on the I I
Italy thai she
be given Tt laate -l\r.
I

pi 1 iona 1
of vouiik neyroes walking alon>
night an

and Ih'

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In the IV lival of RriUilii
Mr. Donhei axpeeti to via))
tha Ait" W'tiivuela
i
bout 1 year.
Having led tha l**i I
i9ii>, Mi iUidoi)*i Dunbar wan
to the US.A. and paduatM
fi-Mii Kit' InaUtUla of Music air
Ar- ii, '024
Studied in Pans
Re then ludlad In Par] at Um
National Conaen ol Musir
iili Mr
...
with m. Paul Vidal Hi alaa
tudlod journalism a*.
!!. itudiad mu-
and VI
In 1H31 ha made England In-
home and cuim1u>'<. He 1 "i
illharmon
Uban Hall.

*,.- he hag eondutleU tha H-ilin
I'hilharn in Ger-
tl thf invttauoi
Cullurt Vugm 1 rt ia
1
i couduci...... i'arlg at
A Mum.'
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| Moll) v nod
1
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HOME. July II.

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The vote thai
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S, ,>;< 11
tfiaa Lougbridge
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manle'i Pi rat Secretary
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Argentina Hopes For New Jet Plane
LONDON. Jul\ I.
Argentina hopes to be in a pO-
'Illon witnin a raai to prodt 1 cull"'
Puhiul " at
jet propelled (Igciter de
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THURSDAY. JULY 12. ISM
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1 i.i Han lUniK
Obtctar '' "" fin..... ompanled
daughti Cynthia and

Blades cam.' | '.-,,'. b)
tba rolantblr which took Ihern \t

'.V H. Alia ri I dgUgftltC*

na ship
Vital Statistics Officer
Mi; i, in it.til is l ii ,,^,1 ,v
Vital i returu-
ii by the
CalaaaMe. a\ftother arrival by the
ame M H
on Ol Ifr, and Mr*.
Harold ha< 1**11 studying frtgl&v
Remained In Enflamd
Mi I LDMArt returned
tag be i h
Ceaambta uftei fuui month] in the
i'.k. i Bun ' Her daughter
ip with bar re-
England t study
a, OaVi-
mark H
Mi Fi Ida n a>M up to Eng-
Hiff < <4oaaM* <>n Miir.li
IM*
HO WTO DRESS FOR LUNCH
\ isi 1)1 NT \MI \ IM t>! S
pioillr I'M | UltMdJ In IU
Thr> pljn t settle hrre
Tranifcrrcd To
St. Vincent
MR. ANi> KRS
13
by the Cataaabte. Mi H
i. and la return"
ini( from long Ii lie wa* at

and Carib lai na haa

. ; : .
Thej are
remaining
an route, hoi
"Colombie" Arrivals
MR AlfO MRS. s. n Blan-
cattle who arl i
i B Qgeagaaai.
returned yeati 1 atom-
We. Mr. M1.ni. i
BgUlg Director o| the |
Herd ware.
Othei i rnrag on
the Columbu- wen Mi
fYort ThirfcHl ..i,l Mr T WMrlei
Island King To Marry
MR JOHN CLL'NIES-ROSS. 22-
Bid Km,:" of (btO
.1 the, Indian Oi i
London soon. Hia bride
*ill be Miss Daphne Parkinson, 21
Bin manu-
l)| chemlat.
Ftoaa and Mis* Parkin-
Oxford. He u;is study-
ing eolonlaJ administration; ahe
was taking an oeeupaUoni
Parktoaon >- In Load
awaiting her Ranee's nrtunii Hi
family to
Of the Coeoa lalnnds.
ha negotiated tba Irene-
fer of their administration to Aus-
tralia.
With Barclays Bank
A ItKIVINU from England yea-
Pi ii in tba Colombie wtfl
Mix. Norman Cooke and
daughter Anne. Mr. Cooke has
tome <>ia to join the Rartmd,,.
i Bai i'..iiik.
It. Mil N XI I UN DINO)
Wriat kind of clo.hea d > MB)
like womei. to v.,mi' I tool:
kng with
I took him to the dn M
pitrtmenl of a store and a*kl
him;
"If you kVTT4 mceUni/ I
I
Of the year. hOSD uould you Ilk.-
i 'a In- it'i
LET NO MAN ever complai.i
again on Um Un
in buy elotiM I ii
uter am wara attll to tba drai
kn irtmanl and Mi w.i
> ink hi* head
Too tu Bl
ii. i.- Ida :
On a YEI.I-OW Sl'IT
mermaid line: "Too fua,v~
On a Paisley pur" Stl K
with a drapea npron fror.
(a Paris eopyt i Too dull."
A aroKirraln duslroat wa* ad-
mired but llrmly rejected.

<-hifTon draaa, spotted with while,
it looks
ool and etajaant, aot :.- oon-
I Ret wildU m
laaad if I am out wltb
mi avafybody stares at her.
"Krtremc fashion* are probably
leeriblw unart. hut I doi'( like
hem."
Know His Mind
NEXT WE WENT TO the h.,1
Ami ;d;.iiii my own
Ideas wen- srutmrad Bvcrj
rtwhacl was pro nptlj wha its i
away.
I dlacoverert 'hat Mnha.1
Wilding is A MAN WHO KNOWS
/HAT Ml I.IKES.
A bUBCb Mils UrtlC numtter
Intad erown f rather ebJe,
I amused him no end.
LoOStad like a lieehlve. he Slid.
/;. aHoaoed biterral whea n flat
." berel teas prodaced.
'i-hu-n 1 ,- iid flatler
l h face.
Hi it 1 DISCOVERED t#ia! he
thought it was a dual purpose hat
lid also he used as an
Ice pack.
At last we found it. An attrac-
tive small hat. made from flat
White velvet Mower:;, with large
yellow centres. This. Mn hail
decided, was THE MAT
'Important'
OUR NEXT MOVE was to
Michael
v anted a plain s.mplc court shoe.
" ha said* are tembrg
imporiam. Thej, mutl I......M,
leatfi beee hlwh litrli, and. must
nporcenf, ffawrer tin-
"Have you ever notieed hoe
ittraetive some women's legs
i'ik when thev u wearlAg
hlkh-hecled shoes and how un-
ittraetive thev l>w.k on i*ie beach
without sh
lIC HAG AND OLOVIS were
chosen in navy blue lo match the
;hoes.
f>o / agree*
W-e-l-l. The dress wus a good
Choice. The hat should have
beat) darker. Perhaps a navy
blue fine straw.
Wi- i i UgM summer dress I
TOUld have I'hosen hiRh-heell
trappy .andaU. Riil then I
MVfUfVC TO.MOttHO II
BY THE WAY
ity llvuvhvom hvr
IlTl mg men CTJ
*ii racking
ia1 ih Aaao-
.\
: on I
I Wo .' i
Only I... .i b know Um
hunll(gtion of wi in b atockui|
i nan a sock.
. 11.: lo i.retend that their
! ih uit'i half Of
i i tiim thiough i
CROSSWORD
KOpini hole .oi.l ll.ni, |i
Dttgrocefu I S> > n a
lici lime Sue has lii-en B
' iv Dual up: Qut en . Oaa
U
Make, and ...... Bui i wosnari
ha beaten her. sh-

\ liul'iUi. HlrtW KLYtlr; SMhTI
IXTRAS
CO! NTEKKKIT CAT
And
COPENHAGEN
PAOKANTRY
All Star Talrnl Show
OBKAUI DADLI X
If I'm Lucky"
III/ IIAKEWOtlll
"I Want To Be Loved"
BOP CI.ARKI
Tram No 1"
ORVII.l.i: C.RANDE.RSON
"Bless You-
1VOR HAHMON
"1 Apologise"
BRCCE MANN
Last Mile Home"
DOfUAN liltiMSO.N
The I-ord Bles
iou"
tARLTON BEST
"With A Song Ii M\
.'.'.'.;'.;','r*s,'r;'.'.'.;:'.;;;'.'..;',*e'S.'.-s.:;'r's
IK* luncheon outfit UMael akoae. n't tht tort
of thtng Men like Womtn to toaor. BE $ayt.
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
2 I J -,5 -' '
ri a 7* cl
1 1 l'v'
rf-7-!-f |1-
L sothirvtdour aboui siocna. (Si
i sum a llaaa M wap wualed. i*i
i Hi" real bench la eiDUMd. till
. i md rou'va it^ii ii. t-s i

I Rrn-rbeiBl* (4>
; No! Wild roesf. 141
ni tin* tin gaol*. (I)
i I.otn oi bookinn cor* en in lht
omc*. i b i
Pan j: mm A.-atmy ni trie
middle, di 22 On thr 14
. \ '-., iff away from nuniua. ill
. Sort of bo< a sailor has. (01
Dumb
. wmrt none bues aoma from.
i.vi'n drvamri ma? an on*. (*i
"te ttBspsftri, (B)
. inibike. ii
i-i^r. ou net it ta. (?)
l b-.ubborti xiiiut lludtat i*l
Anon< iui
. ix-u-cover. (7)
; ; n.pMiiUed. (Up
iwars worn. (S)
i A oUlc .n'fmin. <4i
Tin: rel i
a. BubbiebloVrlDg in been 'chosen ai alb I
eight false teeth foi the lerrei ";N| "' '"'>'" Her pre
Ramsgate has "an u ad -i""* i>u' '! advertlac the Medl-
. |, : ..... i "She hopee I
.in the pole foi two weeks '
.....ttlngwhen il broki IU teeth Hopes" .- the operative word. II
a bun, but Mr. Pn the hitter disappointment
..... ii,e i< i : rtat staj sh
i: pa lime on th
0 ln| .. can-.an "
In Putting
I' while walking
... i
i inch there Is an
a where you can di ink ai .i tall
one of I "'' ui the bdoui
hia helm, i K.-. As I was making foi
i i ouser-leg tot n, Cheerl i 'nan. in London clothing
I and said 'Ih.
.. i, i wha a the anUsmlth'a shop
overturned. A man bearing .v-m imtinn". with-
\ miles lint vei % sma
i ,i- and remote vulanaa aoma wttiH
sflodbytour.....inberaol tin-Ann- a d..... of any son i said I h*
Animal League. i o Idea where she go4damith'i
t?tr->.t; u...,..-.. ""' he thanked me sadly ai
MiMsn .: hal on earth >s the axplanatioi
Ailed unter,
Rupert and
i i IstaaMra cimu-
N""". II In p m Nh
i ;it **. aja.
4 1% p ni Intern t n....,l |-|,t,,I,l(,.i | .
ni tu*. Mini m t> in PMhra
"H...I Hull, fll p in Muni I.net
Wu-o-IM HI. p aponaai m*s-ih,-.
4 4S p m iToarcoti M raiade. IMp in
T.-Ij> Spoil
>*-! M Pm BMI m nj| w
1 00 p m
AnmtfA. 1
p m Orrrk
Mm i
am nnly a troman.'
What He l.ikes
CLOTHES NOTES fro I
Wilding.
1 hko women to wear black for
evening and while for the
beach.
A black strapless evening drcsr.
looks sophisticated. A whit*'
swimsult on a slim brown
figure looks wonderful.
niAiiii* look t-rrifie if uou hare
a u-aud-like figure
I don't like strong contrasting
colours.
I don't like evening dresses
wlln narrow shoulder shraph.
hey look like iiiiderwear.
/ -jtould rather tec a woman In
one ii-ell-i-ui all the Him tha-i
In sereral badli' filllno rulis.
N-K-W-S
World Knund-iip |gg Woniru
From New York
A PERFI'.VE BBdgei whnh u
te be sold in New York shops in
a week or two is being turned
out by a match Dampen}
It looks Just like a folder of
matches, but each stick has a per-
fume head which, rubbed on the
pedal fragrance.
. BM are taking on
rtrange -ihapes here. You can
bui tnam bm into (daor*Uka veils.
Other models have triangular
frames, slots so that you can
them on with ribbons, and frames
in lainbow colours.
From Paris
Cuff and glove watches are the
newest jewellery novelty. These
are mainly in the shape of a
Hower attached to the ruff with
a clip.
Mellerio nhows u gold diamond-
studdetl i-.i-e. When one petal
la pressed li.uk the heart of the
. . aveeJ .. tiny gold
watch
AQI ATM IIIRIIMHA (M.mb.r, Only)
"THE BLACK ROSE"
In I r. h.llr .|r
M'"'M TYBCISr POWER _nB>N WEU.ES rBCIU AUnnv
mnM>r.Bf mum ma rnr BunaWH
si.iiaiB OUVM Da MAVIU-AND. MONT;i)MKBV (.HIT
HAI.PI1 Ii It'll Al'.l)>i(>\-
STARBUDS OF 1951
TO Mil U.:iOp.ni. O.VI.V
GM. Oil I THE A rn I.
Present. | I ,
MADAM fill I
In Aid of
The Christ Church Baby Welfare League Clinic
* Under the Patronage of
The Hon. V. C. GALE. M.L.C.. nnd Mr. If D. MOTTLKY. M.C.P.
Music by
c. b. tcorvn browne and orchestra
MAL 2310 iLA'A UUDGETOWN
1JVST TWO SHOWS TODAY '. i :fKINO TOMOIHOW .ni'.DAY-
* *a a aa pj I ? *. < inn* was raaaa I daily 4 *s a s pm
11*1. I. on. Orlfflll. J.m I Jh,i fa)
WESTERN HERITAGE ft| CARIBBEAN PREMIERE!
SI0RM OVER WYOMING
PAYMENT ON DEMAND
GAIETY
THE GARDES' ST. Mil -
I'KOIiKAMMK :
CHEROKEE Onrtun ..... Orrhcvlru
ORANGE colouhkd sky chorus
MAIISII MKI.I.OW WOULD .............. Orvhcilra
THE CHARLESTON Chora
THE MYSTERIOUS SUITCASE ......... sketch
COI'I'KI.IA Ballft
PEANUTS .............................. Skelch
THE HI STEPPERS"
TH TOR TWO ........................................ Munral Sketch
THE WEIil.INi; SAMBA Chorus
TABLE MANNEKS Sketch
THE WALTZ IN BLUE
GOOD NITE SWEET DREAMS f
OMhflMn A Box Seal Sl.tlO; House lie: Balcony age.
Ticket., un Sale To-day and To-nlle at the Globe
Booth, open 7.0B i.m.
N.B.There Hill be NO 5.00 P.M. SHOW To-day :
roHi'iito-i'irhhit m| ii mm n '
PLAZA TOMORROW
i imim.i mux -2.:io.1.1.-,a.:iop.m.
and CONTINUING DAILY al 4.45 and 8.30 p.m.
It.. |pBBBB^^_
Rupefi drcidti 10 find Simon
before going tO I>fpwood Minor, to
he rum bick ovtr the hill nd p.ri
;h boy iteatUy *i oik.
Kadatl Irit ODttJ p h p*l 11 I
the ^E^^Jaga^aad lookn.
Mihertirad. "Hi roiSer," .
,:d tna pDakiaea gegr^ ha isks. .
LADIES SHOES
ARC OLA in BLACK SUEDE, TAN SUEDE.
& WHITE NUBUCK ^3-39 ^g.24
SMART STYLES
Black Laced OXFORDS
For NURSES & SCHOOL GIRLS 7-60 & 7'63
T. R. EVANS~&_WIIITFIELDS
. hid no nerd to go 10 him."
.mi the Unll heir, ind he rll
ol th* Prolttwr'i oWovery. I:
-ii ouing io yo.i thit ih golden
learn WBS found." h iddi.
"'Wo'ilvJ you tike 10 tnam and uy
'a tolve ihe mynery ?" /'Oh.
Str," 4220
al
YOUR SHOE STORF
4606
STEWART WALTER
GRANGERPIDQEON
O.VIO ROBERT
NIVEN NEWTON
with
CYRIL CUSACK GRETA GYNT
FRANK AUENBV
S.|i,i*d tn IHE RU0VARD HIPIIKG STORIES
ScfMnrt^b, MARCUERiTE R0BER1S.
1011 REED .0) MA1C0U STUARI BOYLVI
>McM w TAY GARNET!
p.otLtei b, P/>NDR0 S. BERMAN
If. i .1.. nrpply ...i.r II, y iimwMfj .
Rylands Mesh Wire (or Fish Pots
Lacing Wire
Hounsclls Fishing Lines 6 3C lbs
Fish Hooks
Stainless Steel Wire
Cotton and Seine Twines
THE II .1111 VIMIS O-Ol-I II V I IM
I III IO\ FA4TOIIV I.TII.
Hardware Department Tel. No. 2038 *
K IT A I WaRD bond
* \lr-'\ PHiLtPCARE
PATRICIAINLML GEORGE^
CAREY
ted by
WAGGNER
COMING FOR ONE WEEK
CARIBBEAN PREMIERE!
Bet- DAVIS in
PAYMENT ON DEMAND


THURSDAY, JCLV It, IISI
II Mil. MHIS \ll\lil V II
I'M.I rilRKK
Rehabilitation Fund
Explainedln Council
Hy Hon. G. D. Pile
!li IN (1 D. L. PILE. t Tuesday's moeiinK < the l*B-
isiativi- Council paid tribute to the part which the Rehab-
illUMon Kund had played in the impiuvrmmt ol the Sutar
Industry of the British West Indies including that of Bar-
bados. Derallv* that rehabilitation should
I : Ml <
n- be
. pl
ndcrlaKen now lh.il
Saul Mr Pile. 'The Factory ....-
.oat fund nave enabled ua to cope and .^a| ,n. eoat , ..
with the record crop* of the last hlgh and 10llruii,i|> BiMatafc
two yaan Monovtr, both the ..^l 5 o'clock on Chris".
factory employe*, whose basis of ,,, Brtttttl West Indies Sugar
payment Is by the ton ol sugar ot Association got a telegre-n from
gallon ol syrup produced and the tne West India Com.nUti .
nine grower has benefited by the ihat the Ministry of Food offered
increased lactory enlcivno. to iii.ie.ise the price of sugar fo.
The Order 1M7 "V" lh"1 tor ,M8 y * '*
but thai the creation of v.,mm.
The Council was ot that time funds would leduio Um increase
COIUHMrUII mouitWn to apfaTOVa to the producer by E3 to El. 15.
M tntltftKI -- In, su^ai "" <'' MfffiVn Ihe leference lo
.Kenabilitation. lTu * '!''''-lll''a>'un Fund WM In
IlulUMI \
Uon and Labour aVaturej
urucr, IMl
MT*u-tMcuUvi . ommitti 00
.. .. ,i-> of fcfay, 111.1i, unda
1 noOf ol Meciions 3 (1) (C)
and 4 (3) 01 tiie bugur uwuavy
natKU. Price SiaUUisaUon
and Labour Welfare, Ac:. m..
<,lW"-13) asset out in th'
inarati
The order stated:
2. There shall be raised
(a> on all sugar manufactured
B rUl Island during the y
then- words:-
n-.jnd per ton I
uon Reaarvc lo ne Ihm
available again*' 1
1 xpcnuilurc of a capital char-
acter either on mnj r roplacc-
menls and deferred main-
tenance or new capital dovcl-
1 minded in Price
"After considerable discussion
with the Ministry of Food throut,:i
:h. West India Committee >'
emerged thai these funds had to
Comparative Statement Showing Salaries Paid to Certain Se nior Government
Officiuls in Trinidad British Guiana and Barba do$ pi as..
1-0-1 r aaai p Mai ..... |fj f. i> aTaW
v 1
1 "" asm
a.iaa ." stu
*-* ,*m> law
Unl OMfKl s.bbu Ha
Onml 1 M<> PM s*ai ijaa
Haibutii Shipping Mliiri m '. am MM uai *ian isso IBM
Kit, t.*!r Offlcri 1M0 it* 1M6
3.NS i .aaa I.BSS* T-
Mas 4.SM. 1JB* i,taa
11.1*0 am*
Attorney GcnatU SMS SMS .tan '.?5-
J4 >,! ija KM
ISO .1 asu a.
Jute*. AaasttasM corni ol ab*i >*. 1 S.ISO M S.04S 1 * i.lto IMI
a.iao .Tlt sW
nnUM of Educaua*. S.1BB lasu .*ao f.S4 M
S l an ra *.ii
Drp.>l> DiltHoi af Afi.. a.Tsn uii TWO 1M last
gnlomoaMlal :..*) 4.SM 3.SM *' i.Mt 4*0
V-t-nnaiy OflU-ar s Ian |jr 4.0D IJH IM IJnl I .
Caaaaw sas Jai Jgf TSJO 4B0
Oowrnmritt A 1.BB0 s.* n TtB
ita t.an . 1.4M SM
rnior Midnal iMrti >,( 11. | S,M .ao sins s aa. na
Mad Supt Mr ma! Hoapnal i tl*.! ** MM
1 - 1 BUS T"
i
IS* I Hmm
'
- Ta. T.BBB it* 1ISB I.SOS
..! Itrli-ai. \ t S ISO jian
LW .: i(M laso-
Social WilHH (Mf.rr UH ?*CI am. :.* 4.3> aft laao
l.TSffl 1 I.4W 1MB
VTtO MM 1I0U I BBS
l^be..r tununlMianar UN .1M s.iat l aar
TOTAt. tiu.ian Bjaaaai SWIM BM.4BU
and fifty one l*vy at the
ui trder that the United Kingdom
rate of thirteen dollars and *^ld .r^ov" **_ J** r-
Uofl of the suitar retold to Canada.
Morcovei that the Ministry
In The Legislature
COUNCIL
wenty cents per ton;
(b) on ail fancy molasses manu- .-
lactured in this Island during n ""^ "*Tf"S ,^dtn(',
at the rate oJ tbirtcen dollars , 0^^^ ry,^ therefore, the
and twenty cent* per thre' FnglUh Income Inland Hevrnu.
hundred and thirty wuw gai- |(Cop|e hJd advised that the onlv
{<"** way to avoid ihe producer being
3. All moneys received by the u*lile to income lax on that year'a
Sugar production and Export Con- prolits on the whole of the new
tiol Board by way of the levy puce was to collect llu. difference
raited under Article Z of this Order between the Ministry's baying
on all sugar and fancy molasses price and thP agreed nett: price
rnaHUfacturad during lh< i.roduccrM through local Icgi.--
thousand nine hundred and tkfty Intlon. It would have defeatea
one shall be paid by the said Board the objocliv5 for which thete
: BJM BUfBl Induatrj Capital He- fUBdg wen- i--ing created had the
bdoUltaUOfl Reaarva Board, Um producer been subject to Income
Sugar Industij i'rue Stabilisation TaM on the total amount paid b>
Board and the Governor- ">e Ministry of Food for the
IN I
I:., i itlva Coromtttaa in th
following ptoi>ortions:
(a) to the Sugar Industry C'api-
Rehabilitation Kes.
tal Kehabilitatiuii naaana -""
Boar,| at the rate of four dol- ,""~|e
lars and eighty cents per ton ,u
Mik.tr. iK-sido* i.emg grossly un-
f.nr to him.
Fur this reason and also to
ensure- that no producer failed to
locations to tin- mil U
accordance with
In reaped ot sugar and al Ihe fgSSS ["a^ In'ormally
. .. C lOverfuinati' iim i nii.i.i-ii
-lth
on Ti.d..>

. Ms- Iroiri UM i.
OrAlliit ith ihr r-mbli.tinvrni
Sodv in b- known BS Hi-
io" Hia
SM I.I.M.
cr. ii-- vu-i ataUstlei >' Iha uui-i
Mid olhei Kasulrulii'iis tci Ihr >#r
1MB
THrCoun.il IBaBITTf Ml :i iMolu-
lion in appfo.r Um
t litat.-tiv ilUhabililstioit.
BMst ItoMUBBU i L*bo i
W'lf*rr> Oritri. 1BBI.'' humif hy Ihr
Governor-in Knertilivr Commule* 01
r nih O- of May, 1MI, urtdrr Uu>
JTnviiioiii nl Settion. 1 H
4 il> Bf lb* auaiir IndtjHiy inlt*b-
iiu.tion. Prit* auMIMaUi
labour U>.fM>> AM IS4T. llS4t-i
MM Dul 111 Ihr Scrlvdi.:
and U. pIm- Ihr sum of tl TOO al Ihr
di'poul of thr Commlllrr lo M.i|>plii>irnl Ihr Eallin-
BbMJ 1BBI fail 1 Currrnt. a.
Ii'i-ii I" Sipplr.nn.urv EBtlmalrt
IHI it No. 11 vthu-h lorrn ihr
arhrdulr l thr n*iutM>ii
Thr COUIiril lliHUKMHl .1 KlulHMI Df
Ihr llon-blr C. D. 1. Pile rreartlns
Ihr ulaiir* and randllwn-
anxhrd m BamlBt Admlmlrallve and
Trchnii-nl poM> in Ihr Govrrnmrnl
1 \. iii>i T*tnti
MM yr-i
Ihr biirixi.e ot l.aliiiaM-.i-
lTl.1
A Hr...l,il inn IB pUr< UH
one hundred and nhtr"
I* hundrrd ...d III
tllBBB at thr il-poul of Ihr
miltr. H
' Ml -M.

plemsniMt Cam*......- IBM M s..
14. whkh form Ihr Hrhrdule to thr
aastuisa.
A Bill imiti.lr-1
1 r Tan Al IB3I
A BUI inllliilrtl an Ail In provide
,-rtv ..I'll In- ll>
BfOBBaMfJ Uire.il
.lp..M. <
r..,...,i
Houar iicerptrd Ihr .me nil
nil of Ihr I^Kl*l..l,.. .
amrnd thr Oa* Work. Art
Amanda rnta, am
11 ,
i-r
IN.- T... I.
the -rii ii and t.i ma hi
lor (rt.nn iillwr iijtlrri.
Th* llmivr paawo Heaolutlon hi
ptaul of Iha Ciovatnor-U. .
.....
*iYer Enterprise*'
VbaiHloiiec.
I1IAVKHIM. July 10.
Th,- L'nited Statai haa virtuall]
,' I I 'l'l|ll im" H I
aolution to Wist Qarn*BMy*i oco-
iionm In '.' .1; EaVOUT of stroni;
prasauie atari plan-
mnh*
Th. 1 ill poatUon
iluring the
1. a* a result ul Dtttei
Urrad up in iha
( i> 1 it m OoVtl mneni and buMne-*
riiti' and in the I'u
Cottier bafora all Tesignaiion on
July I at Marshall Plan Chief f.n
any.
eloao to the 1
im Qovanunant ot ChaaeaUoi
K Adsaauai hava attempte Blaantna
1 r
Tilt* Lale Rev.
Esterhfook
A Tribute
AFTER n linajeruui uaftl
S \ I tart ...k
to rest (rOtt her BaUtftl]
on Thursday, June Jut.
The decetised. who was a n
Ameclean. served as BUOstol
>.ln-.| te. iart rjkureh, and at th
aaa ' l> sba btm i afrtaln in th
SalvaUori \ n
N 'ember 27th, I9W. Ml*

HirUatar at the Hillsdale Ba.xi t
I .md grad-
uated as a B.D al
During her milllaMrlal career m
i . :.: t ., ,i -o. k x-ivvi
in the Free Baptist Church with
much ardour and
Through h e i InsCnunentaJft]
i ikers hava fn fn in
to be missionaries .n
An ici. and ana laid down bm
With t. .
.mo Bdjatona
rvara built, jiui boa svtda ami >f
trtends whkl i-onmbti-
iiHI .... k.'
..idling Iiei t.i :
Miie uit" the Marti of hundreds
I the uiwlcipi ix ilegcd of Um
It \: irtM lo
ixHh iha mardhanta and punter
ava unslintedlj to Uie cause, a
-ell .is friend, and well wistioi
In the 0 S A
worth* uf nota to naanlaa
hal during her active ininistr.
the ReA K-teiijiook lllteil BpnOtBt-
menai In Caiaada and Aroartei
.lie results obtained therefrom
i in timulting tnt oik
After sixty years of mission
endaavour, Barah Antoinette Ester,
hrook has passed on The m
He haa fallen up.Hi the aaWllMi
Of ld\ h rl M. >..i i 1. III. I, SlIIH'l .
Intarsdanl ol Court Free Baptist
t'hureii. Whltepark Road
In honour Of her n ttnoj \
Mamorlal Aarvlea bvIII ba *-iii n
Court Ftoo BapUat Chun h I.....phi
.......rdlal invitn-
' I
I!.
rate of four dollars and eighty
Government, the Colonial Otfiei
raipact of ninr, and
at Hie rale of six dollars per
three hundred and thirty wine
gallons in respect of fanc>
riiii- vi mui uuiiar^r ,uki *'igin> i,.,.IJml..0* o, .... zr V
thirty wine gallons in re- m^,, the MLnU,r ((| ,
speel of fancy molasses, buying nricc and the iwrcari ...i
,b.;oU,cSui,arIndu,t,yPrKe ^toTOu^SuW^a
Stabilisation Reserve Board ,W,M ,hrougtl |orJ, ,^b,aIiUI1
at Ihe rate of six dollars ... | ,... ,,. ,neS(. lrjS|>M.
io lOffiflaUOn would have been
laoaaaary.
Fxaci Amotinta
Therefore the amounts whicn
the Sugar Industrj' (Kehabiiita-
(e) to the Covemor-in-Execu- ol]. Slabiltaalion u,,d Labour
Uve Cornmittea at the rate of Welfare) Act iimt, under th-
two dollars ;iini f"i". cents provtaiaaa of which this Raaolu-
per ton in NapOct Of MfBr, tion comet before us. laid down
and at the rate of two dollars .should be paid to the various furuN
and forty cents i>er three Wer the exact amount lets inci-
hundred and thirty wine gal- dent.il exi*iwe- whlrti had been
lOUTin ivp.fl Of faBCy mo- ;,^r.-,Hl .,n between the Bnti^h
'' ,. West Indies Sugar Association and
MisiinderstiindniS ftta Ministry of Food,
lion G D I- Ptta -;iid: The R. hiibilitation Fund hag
"Judging by the apaachOl made pioved of the ayoataat value to
in the other place when this the Sugar Industry of the Untiih
Resolution now before us was de- Wa India, including that of
iNited tihere. there would appear Barbados. Th0 Factory improve-
to U- some misunderstanding as mantl paid for in part I rum that
to the origin ami purpose of tho ,umi ^^ enabled us to con,, with
Itehal.iliti.t...,, Funds one of the u. rt(urd rroiy% of u g
funds with which this Resolution Sears Moreover, both the tnetory
.8.' .*.. u. at___,-,. *PloyOl "'hose baxis of payrnai '
a ome Huftonrablc Memi-ers LJ, ._^ ^^ USUBr ,,,.,.,
kn Iha Brill-h West Indie- ?, .yrlp prSu^!"! ^" cane
Association of which the Sugar Rrow^r ^h ^flteo by ,h.' i
Kills, St. Lucia and Trinidad are
nbers, make*
Bar vi
Tha Counrll poatixmad
. Hi.i I

. .(,. .
i .Uh pay for nnployaaa and
i Hetoiuiioii in atorevi A tin '"
asuaa u\ ihr 0>
i -
erloin parrel "I land .Part of Iha
nanlrt MM nil ..>
.iri.. ni.it.ii.i,... as BBtliwatian is.sia
u ft for UH P-.il-
rtaa IW at '" '
bll
rta
atloun
HOUSE
rtaea IBk* lliniar ml-i p Tuaadav.
Ctinu.ii,. i
al matuuri for the l.l-i d and
Uw Year IB4B
:,. (..ii,,..,.,. Nets Bran k......
u.ii......i i.> maka ,\ i.iur.ii |
. Vralty of Chilli Cl.ur.h M
r a BjBMI
I acrr I nh
I ol Kei
PI ..
The Hi i 1'i'pOft of
ataa i- i rue. h had bean

....,,
ui a rani. |..ili le (m Ihr Kiitem
< inhb. ... in Trlmdad.
IH Cimiiun*. Mr I' P Miller and
Mi J lUvne-. allen.li'l Ihr meetn a
of Ihi i : Line- m.
. I
.
ihr rreaipt t Yt-ir R-a-rllrttr. .

I.- ,i.i, i. . i
l-.-t.
Trinidad
....
. i...
Iwa narttan atueant n a*ea b* aia>>
I iiliMii-
Thr II. "1 Jl.iil
en Tiirwi.ii n"i
holding its ordinary General
Meeting io a different i
vear. usuallv in the month o/
October.
"At this Meeting among other
rnaitei UH piica that should be
tated factory efficiency which
I are h?s ***"} ,h re,ult of thousands
oractice of "' Pou"ds "pent on improvements
*,r"^'o *hich hav, been largely but by
meant entirely paid for by
U.S. HAS ARMY' OF ATOM MEN
(>minis, soldiers, agents keep
uutrfi on risitors
NF-W YORK. The identits
A young radio raportar set out fuari
reeemly to prora that the United printer! wrlth btfedtllfj ink" that !
States atomic anarg) mtaMlrh- rrnean the moru
menu war* Still poorly ^uardid so*/! md the ink ex-
He tried to break into the Ar- exposed t.i tl
Thus, spits would bv thwaittd
f they tried lo change the Infor-
P/?OPOSS CONFERENCE
CN B.W.I. EDUCATION
KINGSTON, June 2fc\
Proposal has baan rraada ban to
ing of a ci^iference b
i .nsider Ihe edUCattOtlfJ |HOb|em-
of tin- British Cartbtoaan Coionie-
i i i.!. undo
<: D. a W.
i i. tha Hon. J / Mai
loim. Mil .. ..tion who
i tovanunani
i usnunmunicaUni with Bii
iMnllll t.i
u. i w-. in me w- . Iradiaa,.....
tha Oowi I Hat otha.
>< to his sug-
j at an i riie maaUng would '
in Id in Barbados and tha I Oaorua
rould be asked to
lUoa advtan to preside
m ) In .i,|..i'tii i
f- i here th.,t there Is ur-
aant raaad al praaant for tha UJC
Ineraaaa its can*
liibition '
education in tin
cpe wnii Mien ni'tti' \m
,,i,i Bfcommodatlon fot
, blldron of hool i a and UKat-
ling iluteiaiy i>u an m -DU
.-i nntilu
ask' for
Giisson
LUXURY TOILET
| SOAPS ^j
iMrtMALliATnrK n>nrN icisom urt nnniin
DO YOU REALISE
s
i i
I How much you can Save |
by making
I
YOUB OWN DRESSES?
roil haw another o/./i.x liniilv 5
of foaming
. illlMlf,
ACADEMY
STARTS ITS SUMMER COURSE
Obb MOSII11. Jill V K.il.
Virlini'- K-siiiih-
Kf.iiihii* Sfr> iflfM
HAVANA. July 11
Pan- Amu 11 "1 AJaTWan .uul
I I.V II Ii- AVI.M lull
ara Bcbaduled to resutn, Ihati
ragulai ion n ruVra, Uaia morning,
Rar batn| pai il> 1 d tn 1 rbfuai
yesterday.
Workers of the Iwo airlines
struck in protest OVOC Ihr arrcBl
Ii of then leader- al the
City Hall of Santiago IV I.a-
Vegas. the aaal of the municipali-
ty, whan tha Ranetio iioyer,oi.
International Airport la localad.
They had gone than 1 rat"
against the asserted privileui* an*
joyed by servue amplayaai U r.
'.1 cn.i.ii.in [)if-H
ORfWADA, July 11.
Mian i..ii. 7a. ,1 ipttrad puuatai
. f Itlrliir,. i.tl. St, Aluli
tally Kill mornlni after ailing
over Um part rafu
lYnmiuenl fin many yeaia in
the agricultural life of the com-
munity, he was the son of a former
Scottish medical Office. Of Orafl
Cat. *
<-- a wife only aistei
Sir Joatph Dauuntmlha 1..... 1 1
only daughdi Barbara, the lattai
il. w in from Hiu 1
1 fi.n In
contributions from th. Rehabtli".
Intlon Fund.
On the motion of the Honour-
able Colonial Secretary, seconded
KOline National Atomic Labora-
tory in Illinois. No sooner had lie
climbed the fence than several
jeep-loads of armed guard- drove
up and arrested him F"i imu
ila>T In- was iiuestioned.
tTnlted King- JjJ "> Honourable F
E. Field,
the reio
fiuested of the
1 lom for the next yenr*i crop ,
sugar is considered, in the year lutaon, nem eon_________
1M0 the ordinary General ~"~
Meeting was held in Brillsb Gui- |flmi|;.,u lirrtWai Kimi
ana in October and after care- Ja ful consideration It was agreed P
that an Increase of E2 18
On the price paid in 1M6 crop
Miff an be requested rot
1947.
KINGSTON, June 29.
Rice importations into Jamaica
have declined Irom the peak ot
iy.tHJ0.00U lbs. in IWO te Jusl over
18.000.000 lbs. in I***. Figure foi
the lint 9 months of HMO is
The then Secretary of the 15,000.000 lbs. and indications arc
h Waal Indie* Association that importations for the whole
year should be about the same as
previous year, a~a
Costs Increasinn
iote on ihe 16th of Oclobei
Waal India Committee in-
forming them ot this decision and
king them when prmn.Una.tb. u-', e^.nX to bi in ,"'
case for this Increase to the Min- "'":. ,;,'"*'1'BurJ" \"*ln'ly
' Food to draw to the 1st- "1rJ2'?0,900 lDr *hVld. "* ^
ters attention that the vear to fWerab y increased during 1951.
vear price paid over the war Thrre - * greater interest in
period did not allow West Indian Sruwing nee locally because of the
producers to maintain their far- availability of swamp lands and the
toriaa "id cultivation ni full effl- wo year guarantee at a higher
cianay, that if full production jrice which Ihe Government put
RH lu be achieved it was irn- into effect on June 1.
IMPORTANT
TO PLANTERS!!
iBtion on Ihe cards, [f
eldad to bold stolon cord lot
atvoral n*oirtri until H
Eotten. 11 would ftltO D<
iha colouri of the coda
the elal>orate precautions taken by number* an chnnrerl In
tha Unit) Mitect atomic
''ii'.
It ,1s estimate United Slates Atomic Energy -urveill.iue. All
Commission have such a largo pondenci 1 k blotters,
army of guards, that together they and "doodti 1 irini COO-
would constitute an army sufficient ferenevs are toll, l.n and DUrratd
to overrun and rapture small In the prtaai f
country officials
(.......uii.";,-,) Alamia
The most closely guarded
building is the Atomic Energy
Conuniaaion headquarters In
Washington, a large,
structure. All visitors -even MlffV
Government offlcials UIMkrfi
thorough questioning l>efore they
are aUOWad to ON n embers of the
Commission Al ever> stratcun
point stands an armed guard
On the wall* and ceilings there
ouflaged automatic alarn.
systems operated by Infra-rc.
raya, photo-elect ric cells, proxim-
ity fuses and oth
set In motion the alarms Inunadl*
ately bring out scores of guards.
SHINI0
ihe quality Metal Polish
Our Planter friends are requested
1o let us know Jheir requirements
immediately to ensure carlv delivery
of tlm following equipment:
Wheel and Track Tractors
Grass cutlers and loaders
Dump and side-delivery Rakes
.Manure spreaders
a> Trailers, elc. . .
MADt a>
TMt HOKS, 0
'"
AMI'
RKK1AST
fTONic wrori
f1#THESE
g^ AUTO
ACCESSORIES

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BaVTfni MVUHOMtrrtK
simoni/ wax A ClSaVJtn
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Qrt Tins IIVIlKAIM) HKAKi: (Mill
VA1.VF. (.RINIIIMi ( OMPOIND
fLIXITi;
1. IsKH t'KMKNT
Rf.ACK I or DRR88fNG
rrnsofa hiieu. < overs
EI.M'TRM l*.\ PI It Its A BM Kl"HIIRIVERS
sPITFIRS; l.lf.llTliR FT UII
(ROM irfUNOl HIK IOKII s III', a 10 III'
PROM M'RIM.s (OR MORKIS IIP. A 10 HP
DfODfl \ \ivis POfj ALL MOOfBJ isfilisii cars
ni ( VI'l'.uM/lM. (.ASKI I SKTS I OR ALL M.ARIS
ECKSTEIN Bros.
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I'M.I RllR
IMItllilKI^ XIIMic Ml
III! KsPVV. Jl I X > '
ADVtXtfTE
B\f?RlD05i_
Thun.d>. July 12. 1951
FOII A IN Tli1 Tuesday.
M i .; D L Hie din
,.1 h tor govvrnnii
m order to (Ocm public ettantion on th*
shortage of specialises l" n < ..nous depart-
ments and the consequent Injury to the
public service.
in .supporting the Motion (or debate Hon.
Dr. H. G. Massiah tmphMied Iha point
by showing that even in CttM where Bar-
badians had been trained for special posts
they had been shunted off to other lines
of work and so the service lost the benefit
of their training. The point could have
been tolly developed and a case made out
against the Government
The absence of leave passages had led
to a shortage in the specialist officers of
the Department of Science and Agriculture
said Mr. Pile. This island depended al-
most entirely on agriculture and for it:
success this industry relies on the Depart-
ment. Allowing any shortage in these
offices was tantamount to undermining the
economy of the island.
But it is not only in the Agricultural
ire that this absence of specialists has
done ham to the island. Education, too,
seems to suffer very materially as a result.
And where the Colonial Secretary tables
a reply that the Council has not replied to
the message on Unification ol\ services
which includes conditions of service, the
Government is not acquitted on the charge
of negligence.
One feature of this matter which has
been overlooked in the discussion but
which has had considerable influence on
postponing UlO solution of the problem is
the attitude of local personnel towards
leave paasages for imported special.sis.
They argue that as long as the (invei nment
is prepared to find leave passages for im-
ported specialists the local members ol the
son-ice are entitled to passages out of the
island when they are on leave. Although
this attitude has been characterised as un-
justifiable yet there is no question that it
has prevented a final decision being taken
Three years ago when the needs of the
Trinidad education service were being sup-
plied from the ranks of local teacheis. it
was realised that there were no candiil.it*m
willing to accept local posts under Ihe
present conditions. The loss did consider-
able harm to education in Barbados.
But the problem of leave passages should
not be without solution. Far more in-
tricate problems have been settled by the
I.ei'islature in the past. If it is accepted
that these specialist officers are neceeaary
to the efficient administration of the public
services then it is for the Government to
apply to the Legislature for funds by way
of resolution after examining each case on
its merits. The deficiency in salaries was
made up in the old days by way of personal
allowances to key officers. This practice
hat now coated bill until there is uniform-
ity of treatment in the West Indies, the
only alternative is to furnish officers en-
titled to leave passages to their place of
domicile with funds from the Treasury.
Barbados has been fortunate in the past
in obtaining the services ol ipeolaUst
officers possibly because of its good climate
and for other reasons. They have been
content to pay their own passages and
those of their families when the sums in-
volved were comparatively small. But i"
these days of high passages the same
officers would be isolated hen until they
got promotion to other colonies
Hon Mr. Pile raised the kernel of the
question when he asked whether Barbados
can afford to do without these officers.
Frankly she cannot. The issue must now
be faced and provision made for leave
passages for imported specialists Where
local officers are qualified to fill these |
they should be appointed all things being
equal, and if it is felt that a visit abroad
would benefit Barbados, then Ihey should
be tent on post-graduate or rein
cruises and then study leave be financed
from the public Treasury.
The Leper Is I\o Longer
Doomed 2
n i
not known with an]

I ll Wa
' MOt in India an
early ai 1,400 B.C. Some .nithor.-
l Ian sailors
for ipreading it in the Mrdltsr-
innaan Sea area. It floumhed In
i try surly in hlsto asad
Ifacvad i'
The Cru-
Imhmi ncndMM'
from tup iiniv ijind
Bjj 1 M a !> ii ra in i\
t*\ tit Irel B i.ind *raa
the d.m**r In Un- twelfth
lid thirteenth centuries. Some *
timates say that a quarter of the I
-- ,-i. atoaa i
"|r ol h*ndl<
haiii.liiis* futrvcr lh
I mm* iin.t l..r re .
this ooc* Inrurzibl*
B> KOtftKT < Ri ARK
From "Kaaairr"
nland of the Vmted gtataa DM ,pPro*>*:


i itt it
Gertru
-
iddlf years. witi tine
healthy children and grand-
thiMr. ii .in.t hUaband
...
i
ti hum i .iiiout some
..ii, a facile
irriung haea, and Mttai vocab-
ilary, both in Knglish and Cham-
orro, the naUvc diaUii of an*
Mariana* Islands. She I i
a of England at me tin" ^trugcled steadily to lift the seal
had kepi Mijierst.tion and unwarranted
fear from Its 40fi i >*: i
. kl iegarde.) as Ittei -
A 1'ii'ial service was The sanitarium in Ix>uisina h;
Mrs. H
tha Itarlama, and un
picked up the -eeds of the disease
In these South t'aci'i
I r him, and his property s been in existence lor 55 years. Bra SnortSS0,1dinW"s ..', ^Torna-
u. He was sub- a. a ljOuiana State Hospital and .,, ,n '.,. \,.
lOCled to ine.liealoxaiiiiiiati.iri. daM INI M UJ PubU H0] ,,, ,,,,,
Miih ,.v The pulltnar of hairs frooi institution. Its
>d sjrobmn, and leneeal. .. Ms. uwnj nun., h
n -i'i ovei httn an l Iwcn thru- loi most of Its modern D|(1 i
dirt aSrown upon ban as lie knee Mai
Ih-m.1i- .. (reahly dug arave. Then for 20 years be lure hj. bocame Released in 1945. she wa
i, uiiulatimita at upartataneeni Undo, .triancd to tha
hit afni.ii.- i ..vi. beulnii tion the approach to ksasoay has and ipato odd pi
il^sket. Klves. and a stick with a become consldeiably UbirBUud, insenalUvo spoi on hi an
0BS -nd to warn othei a,ul the lives Of Ml vuiim-. made :l" '"
of his uncleonllneu. PaUentl may have visil-.i I J
The Black I>IU* wm* swept g^ fj^J '^Z^torTo^.
Europe, had ..ne salutary Oft ,,, .,.,. , i;n hollH. ;iU s. .
- ie^s ""V '"n.....' -"
lelatfvcb few active ..,-,-. weie leixr Irain"1 l,-ft S Ml Fiaorl&co
:. ft ..live. These were ruefully The patient* '
quarantined and i>y uie middle ot tionai racutuaa u a goif course. |,stC| v,..,, .. .
the thirteenth century Eurofie was tennis courts, a baseball diamond, ,,,,' urvivn,- of thmaa
-prosy. the end a beautiful auditorium with music J* Jg
Ot the llfteenth century it had and line -notion picture i
uwmdUxi to a few isolated cases, grammes. There is combination ,,r,, v(ir,i , ;| publishet
canteen-and-cornmisaary run by ,,
patients, where one -an buy >- Ut ,. Q
nOfUy in Scotland
As leprosy spread round the
WOtld t" Ctllna. Japan, Indi;i.
Uypt, Hawaii, and finally to Am-
erica the .rid concepts had
changed.
It look Father I>
priest, wh.'thei- ot not ha vm oon-
sriously leprous when he under-
tOOh 10 iaisi- tlie .'talus of UlO
leiiers in Howau, lo start the en-
enl of the public it ' .I. a courageims
womaflt blind ex-
druRSlst. and a great number ol
unsung heroes m public health
.iiui public rotouoni ind In ti,.
Roman Catholic Church and the
Church and in aha
.itat in legis-
latlvc ooundli to deetref linaiiy
ia of the ages.
Father Damien went U> Molokai
In 1873. The disease had llrst np-
paored in ma Hawauan islands m
Iflfil, broUSht there by sailors, and
Mail (bund the Polynesian pjoplaa
immeiis.-lv ai-iepliole. King
Kamanarneha V. alarmad ai the
wildnn- spread, chose Mnlokai M
the to J exile for ids stick sub-
jects, lepers were hunted down
sad orjUacted In laao itu wore
sent to she Island as so-called
volunisut. In one year, as many as
MQ .' rounded up and shlpiivd
tothr island. When aether Damlan
ha fo ny of NO
patients, Uvtns In
ii) dyinj; at DM rale 0(
8 Ui 12 per weak. They had n.>
proper housing, nu medicine, and
little fund At llrst. when they
died, they Were not even given
the final dignity of a eaafceti bu
wrapped in rags and lamed
in shallow ttOlCS It was n..1 until
12 years after the original patients
fated that the Hawaiian
Ix'gislnturc granted i'* Untla] ap-
propriation, anil then only as a
result of Fatlier Damicn's stubborn
itatenee,
thing from meat u>
POCKET CARTOON
hy OSBFRT f.ANCASTf-R
how much
I dfu storf /'irouilno
j-.e: i"-.'.r /
l '! BT P*
anvernrrM nt "
pa
llr Horn-
ooatel to the leprosarium MaJ
oina i.
Carvlllo i<> Uvt. loo. The puhll
health auihori'ios said he could
nol. The
loudly, Ui i ten
to this womad foi SI ]
whither sin- went, he went, nu
pana
called
He:

.
bitterly an
remarked that '.....
happy a It! Ife, and in
!(. could noi In- happy wiihnu
him. That was all.
. i ths
live Inside the aVtes, but
hi bun huild a nnoU cottaae out-
Ode and vi-i- I
| } moi :.my. to inidnighl
aid SO dlft
lo work
with Stanlej Bteln and ularted .
campaign to improve condition!
. d hi palgn n
Iha abolition of tha ipai lal lapai
More resulted in the
ii ti .if voting right i i
paUrata. u>.i mere
Qertrude hVtrnboslel drew ihe
and tin
\ih Id In In .i If and In
Under atesutratad
Mi-. H
Unproved immensely When she
was released sh- >n-.
lighting mood. She still has uV
disease, technically, but in a non-
contasjlouf, airaatad form, and she
ana detenrUnad she would not go
inla hi DUl She hc-M inter
0d announced bar addre*
in Long i
Cily. where he WU prepared ti
live openb ind unashamed Mir-
1 friend-
ship and admtrfttion everywhen
: he went SI a
ommunity, and la
i> indins her acope
Declare War
On Pests
LONDON.
Mr. II .1 Page, Principal <>f the Imperuil
uf Tropical AiMiculiure in Tnnidad.
-vas one of the chief speakers at a three-day
International Agricultural Conference which
opened yesterday at Fernhurst Research
Station at Haslemere, Surrey.
The main theme of those discussions, at-
tended by over a hundred of the world's
InarHng agricultural scientists, is the science
>t plant protection. Mr. Page told delegates
hat more attention should be directed to
-ropical plant diseases. They were a grave
nnsideration since much of the worlds
otal food production came from tropical
lounirias.
There were three methods of controlling
ilant disease, he said^chemical, biological.
v the use of resistant or immune varieties
>l plant. There were certain types of plant
liseases notably virus diseases and soil-
>orne fungi for which there was as yet
io known method of control by chemical oi
ilological processes, so that there was m
ilternative to usini* resistant varieties com-
>ined with strun quarantine measures.
"Even if effective methods of chemical con
iol are ultimately found their constant ap-
llieatton may prove prohibitively expensive
I there are continued risks of re-infection
rom alternative hosts", he added.
He believed plant resistance, and possibly
n i'.Mtal control, were the only possible
nethods for the small peasant cultivator
The initial cost to the small grower was little
>r nothing, and once established, there was
io extra expense. The effective use of in-
eetlctde and fungicide lay with big growers
- both individuals and commercially-ru.i
ilantatlons. For the peasant farmer and
labourers on large plantations, methods must
x' as foolproof as possible. Much more work
vas needed on the development of these
.nethods.
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FOR
Ifood life. But the Band]
Falrtj iwront.
life
A lung and In'.'. I
mart from CarvUls wh
patients H Stanlev Sinn, the
. blind oditor oi The Star the lios-
To-dny nt Kalaupapa on 8.000 |llta|.g mafcTaiinSs and Ann PafS,
res the patient- can dwell 111 n,.^ inanniiinE editor Thl
OOttagaa or dosmltorlea, areordlng war againnt the lislinH nt
' thai] means. Then mclu'al BS- b] Ihe la* .... a COnSCtOUS n,m-
tOCdlon II excellent They hav- ,.,! Wh. SSruo^ornaaiaB
dhUrdDOt, a theatre. KChcral store. haWtaoV, UW abaCODdlni bn* ur. -^ o arLL
a^"rtta*rt&rsiSU| .. -1
KIEL fin a liMwt haws free noaoTast love. On lhat count.
and gradually niin>os and priest nuthurltle.v inert an somtwnai
Bttsndantt Jotnsd him. He Bought "r than 1.000 lepers living, m
nVe of Hawaiian Queen gOW York to-day. But in many
UUiMkalani, who hsiptd h,m ma- ** KS?/1 "? !-9 TiV,'!'" L. Th"1 ? lhe ,iny
and poUtlcally Fo, a ISO*. '^' \ ^"'V"^ '1 ".*' ? ,M lW& Tk ^ ,and ,hr ,innui>
eolOfU Kalaupapa was in falrlv have been ccitifu-d as arrested .,., ,,,. Kalnupnpa. in Hawaii
pod rondlUon when Father stom. wlw ha been a ..-,*, f... '. :1.'- JfJ S^^St ^H
Damlen died of Iha maaaaa in Bt iMat so vearssome 10 m New i"nnbiiiuii died. Thousand* o
April 188tl Y.,k and 19 at Ca.Mlle has g ''^ ^^macon-
After Fnther l)am,en death the J!2rh!STUt^LSSSTr"' Thl l*Prosy.
Not ooUi Slu^tahatuito^ecUuml I bKBJ
--_ rw. **tar. to nenatu t, rscuum tn another
iinfortiiiuitely ill fumi criminal
v.i .1 thousand years '
; rd hysteria.
situation deteriorated
,:'.ei mi', arhaa a tormei Qm -
II iwah
Lawi mm M
un.'1
dl
coruudsraUon. He rereive.1 unex- .,,'nirl,
____._j -;j ^. nv a ,,f \V,,.-H '"'-"** e ii.Ui
l.d.i. hntnu rssWen. jupirlo- ..;,., .,., :.( ,.,. ,..,tl ,,f world
a Kaiaupaiw. were there Wnr n Thn, WJIS wnm Qartru le
any apprecrhbie Improvements;
red
and her devoted hus-
Carvill.. tO help
Horn host el
Hawaii, aliiee the beginning oi ^"d
19M. has struek a powerful blow mm'
in bohaU .>f the forgotun < ... CarvUto Upi-oaarium on the Huiim-ii'* lJinea*e a foeus that has
l Part
n rticlr hi.n
I BM Apill 1*51 |H.U< ol
ill in. piibluh-
.. a
ml booaf unit i rriular nm.
Sir John Hussell. a former chairman ot
he UNRRA Agricultural Sub-Committee,
'eel a red in his opening speech ut the con-
rerence that controllable pests probabl"
lestroyed onouyh food in field and store lo
.ieel the world's present food deficits.
He told the conference:
"The present century has seen an un-
precedented increase in our knowledge of
Insect and fuiiRUs pests, and in the- meani
avsifaole for combatiog them. Hut than
nas also been an enormous increase in the
umber of peatl snd in their recorded
prevalence."
Chanj-es in agricultural practice, such as
had taken place in this country in recent
years, might alter the balance of insect
populations with troublesome results. "Th<
modern tendency towards larger scale cul
' ivation of particular crops favours accumula
tkm of their pests", he said.
Describing how crops had been developed
'(> resist disease, he said that in Englanc
:ipples had been bred to resist troublesonv
Old in the Sudan the cotton plant
was being encouraged to produce leaves with
longer and thicker hairs, to defeat a sucking
pest.
The most spectacular advance had beet
with insecticides, but sprayingin destroym
one kind of insectcould unbalance nature
and leave another species to multiply into yel
another pest. Penicillin and streptomycii
had also been employed, but had proved toi
expensive to be put into general use.
Professor Rae. director of the Natiom.
Agricultural Advisory Service of Grea
Britain* emphasised that with the woi ld>
steadily increasing population it was eases
tied to achieve higher production from ex
. nu; acreagea process which could onh
be achieved by the new science of plant pro
ection.
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To the Editor" Th* AdooeUS
SIR,As your Editorial of the
ith. IT t , piThllv PUt I -
PoUttesJ Parttss In thlj Island are
,.utiin^ their lod

i-roughi alone with u the "Oreal
iX'batc" n.. p rahaw ai d
As I conceive
l| sued ;, debate" will not otil>
I aurrSO- l*'r "' senators wh,i were elceto I
dsrlni their Indlvldua] Judaernenti oeceusa onlj W^, of the potenttal
to the "Party-Boss- and v linr dectontte t*>k the trouble lo
i.r whatsvt raqulre v"'r
I say ihass iraumni whw eara> 1!"v " ,|,|',; ii!'"' ar
fully considered an- unmanly, ma* '" n' when tney
able, and r.dU
I auKjtest Hi.,-, irbem

P :. Sysh
ubinert In a group or party
I'arlia- Tney ae* tosttbsix thev i*iuL Ihe i
rredlted ndnda i I ^. r haj foun- potol >( rie snd all dlscui
td muefa mon simple, if
.tie lo us a.v an
mtividii.il our minds
rKn Uw vrU I
"ii.ies and wo -
ilwaya fMbysrMMl tt j lift
>f Uw opp< ii
a r
thf. n
1 a .....naers thtlr bttffsreni i
ntjrlj -de tsliun van ii b hu :;.
put the view;: of the Partie, unci * ',l1' E"',"'v i"'wei r, MCORl- i..ie.il> council: n is lut happtl
individuals appealing to llir ,-le;-. P*"*1 h- peCrOert desire: tin- |n I ineetn(i( of tin* pintOt
torate f"i support ol their oaten- untninwortnlness of the Polltl- iny firm: It I ippei everywhere,
Mbly attractive programmes, but ,IIMS '" ,,1' *">'^. I'artim too m any UtIi is aocleb
ill undoubte.ll> dt. what :ill nunwrous. unable l govern singly ,, uvn to happen In tribal gulhvt-
> the C
'mon
per-

mmon reosn
imlnattn
.....
, .
tha V is-
i tture and preveau n boh
i fortuitous Muection ol .
or years ago. ant w ith no cohesion, do table, sure raai
upport for anjr Governe nt, but
howinpt a
M)Rt: OIL MUST BE FOUND
IX)NDON. 'Unless new oil reserves ai
PrOdUCtloa h n tha present found on our present properties
Central he declared, "we should be pn
OtltUeds. Ltd. wi 1 eontinuetO ebb dent to emphasise thai the 0
trotn new risnti and properties are asse'
deep diithnu- II halm m, Mr #rnleh are dacUnlog In value.
ihe annual lurther adjustment of prices i
In Laaslan The respect ol prevtoua yeai
i i m exploited all been brought to credit.
i n line l>oen any C'ostlv
" ,ri" Moderr. deep we'll, are a co.tl>
' '' '"''___________________ l"ness. Drilling down t
10,000 rt. is three limes more e*
once .-.aid: "The House is always penses than to 5,000 ft., bu*. in tii
listen to men of talenL event ol striking good oil-bearing
1 only follow the lead of strata the oil yield is proportion
.,11 men of charactet "' utely greater than in a shallow
the methods of pubUdtjr have yet 'lrt proving impotent to combine. j,ms thousand* -,
failed to do: it will give manv of t'1*1 emi-owered c.rty aimed solely (l s(|tI happens to-day
th. older generation and I1 the ;_ ""' d.^trueUon of th<- other ,tl ,.!( though the mem-
younger one. in particular, a rty Ti(vP1airt,<*f' 1w'|!];'l'ru I'^n,'5 hers of a Party do not stop sh^r: one .. .,,.". ."ek" the Independence does not permit well". An unsuccessful and unpro
^p!V?uh0 BPi,rJ!1,Kn,ar\ Sth!^JS^5JSSffr!i " rarley; for ,f Ibey did, the* -. can <-< ortsnirnt.o,, a, anj time Na- duetree deep well L. therefore .
"'uJuP^ZZJi e^?ann^tak>asSaaan^ u",lM "", mrn but ape~ M In aommuaa> U Itonal Oownrnant doe.notparmlt heai, burden w carry agamst th,
m f..iif kLi-tu f fi ^ uJ^LSr*?mXJlSiZrS2i anl lhr e,ion *">* "*P ai Intelligent and a* pollua anatanon in normal Umes. protlu of a company of thls siz*
rtc^ i 1 mrtn a', "\\ ?v T.' v \?fir,E .haltering Since they are ,.. ouw. very uaeful in times of crisis. "We have in hand deep well
Kl8seea g n^u" '^ seek b, all the,, ty.k .: I ei .rgent matters tests on two of our area,.
. ;;iinvwhl( ,. him who are by "" '"" Ceavpai vital to National Security to be conjunct .on with Trinld.d L-ase-
lu sell their vob t(icovtr a common swiftly inlo efTect by holds, Ltd.. and ihe other in con -
less di i leel that or their infl .,. with Govern P'n' "' v"'' which will aatis.'y but if there ar< the junction wiih the United Britisl'
us all and on which wo oai read upon .. Oilfields of Trinidad, ud. Wr
lion and public spirit ,ight to have el the U&A. ngrcc to act. They ?eek t. i Muc everything go<-5 well, can place the hijthet confidence in
mrthinR to do with Pan-. the pl" by which attack rjo not. one sectinn their knowledge and experience ii
tore directed at the system of the othe ; nt-xiwiii and otl modern oilfield practice and von
Party ol Parties and nol M ra Missdvantage. i-ompan* is being well lorvad h
H tit thai count Uvlduals, w,. DfTARIAlT' their Joint intamt In tk
ciple of Part] i B*A- judge the policy of the Parties: (t Inj | n ent work.".FJ.p.
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BAKBAiins 4DV l'\(.l 11\ I
Butcher Stands Trial For Murder Leg. Co. Consider
Twelve Give Evidence c.C Council Ask About Leave Passages
For Govt. Officers
TH.RTYTtt'OYFAH-OI.I) Joatph Cumberbatch, a
st Petm ...i mumblmc in Hi. ixW 1 11*11
it the Court of Grand Santera ' ' :" I lOUCCr lllUUSlTlt'S lilll
Cumlx-iiiutili i^ charged with the nurdv
Jackman, a 33-year-old labourer who used to Uvi
him. The case for the prosecution was closed alter 12
witnesses gave evidence. One of the witnesses is Cumber-
batch's broiher and one is Jackman* sister. T<>-dav Mi.
G. B. Niles counsel for Cumberbatch. and Mr \V \V H. fee
Solicitor (ifiirral. for the prosecution, will address the
jury. His Honour the Chiel Justice, Sir Allan C0II3
is presiding at the trial.
The offence I* alleged to nave
been committed with a knife
; hout 14 inches long. A wound
in the chest. Dr. Klrton said, was 4i
eight inches long. u
Mr Nile* n*is been living to hi
establish that Jackman wtM i Dig-
ger man than Cumberbalch.
Before evidence was taken. Mr
outllnad Um caaa in tin-
Jury. "In this pnrtic ulai case,"'
he said, "you have two Htsn
ineetiiig i>n June 3 An rfUfMBI
.v..s removed lo Dis-
Ti .- both
I I
"Next morning Rawlins called
e Into the charge office when I
iw Cuinbwbateh," Sgt. Archer
'I charged and eauUomd
I he made a statement "
The Wetlding
The statement was that the night
before he Wtt .it ihe com
ing up talking lo others. Jackman
between Me... CT* iv I''" h!'" ;,mi fg**1 ;-'m ' h^'
hi in th- had Bonc **> *'<*< that tv>
ill LI. 1(1* ...!,_,.. ,,.,,. ,_ ,!_ \
ven-
J.u-kman said to hira. 'You
went to the wedding and owe mc
my tWQ shillings and would not
pay me? ill luhi J-nkman he
*ould get It the following week
when he would be working
"Out of the .ugument iher- Jackin.m .ulTni him .mil lie left
eufflc and avktencs will t" go home and do something and
be that Jackman eufTed Cumber- kflarwird returned. Mi
Ad the two men Rtruggled, went to Jackman and begged him
after whkci Cumberbatch WMlt not 10 Interfere with him but
ahiilmgs which MM
other. Cumberbatch was the one
who owed JanMnan biro ahllllnfa
Men Struggle
MR A DE 1- INNISS at yesterday's Chamber of Com-
merce Council meeting, asked if anything had been heard
of a Pioneer Industries Bill being brought forward by
Government Sometime ago it was much talked about.
he said, but now nothing was being heard about it
The President, Mr n G. Lca-
cock, said that his latest Informa-
tion was that this Bill wa* sill; in
the hatch. \ >ou may
be aware" he Mid. the I'm
Ing Field Inquir)
taken up a considerable amount
of ihe Attorney General's time ami
I do not know if anybody m hi-
Sim h* had verv much tim to
worry" about the Bill."
Mr Iniiiss said that it would do
no harm if thev again asked about
FISHING BOAT
SINKS
The fishing boat Atomk
number P. 121 own
Frank Hay wood of Easl-
mond. St I'lulip. sank with
M UUTM under skip-
pei Jog Hampton about 12
miles off lloletown about 3
pud i d Tuaadsy. July 10
While reluming with a big
ilsh
I he tic* was later puked
up by another fishing boat,
the Transitory, and brought
to shore The Alurnlr
Sfbteh is insured for $850
left the Island on Tuesday
morning.
REPLY.Nil TO POINTS made by the lions (1 1>
Pile. Dr. Messiah and V. C. Gale at Tuesday's me*
the legislative CoudcII in the debate in oonnectlon will
the salaries and conditions of service attached in Si
Administrative. Professional and Technical Posts m tH
Government Service, the Hon. the Colonial Secretar*.
assured the Hon. G. D. L. Pile that the last paragraph n
the official reply was not intended to be unfair ;is he 1M1
Pile) had remarked *n his observations on that reply.
it
He returned shortly attSTWardS
and It was said thai he was again
cuffed by Jackman. Anoti
ensued and Jackman who had a
stick struck Cumberbatch with ii
The stick broke and Cumber-
batch stabbed him In Ml chest
'Tor the urcuim.ances of
this rase," he said, "you will
Jackman left, went h-
turned with n long stick Ho struck
Urn with the stick A knife was
in his hand and he got punched.
Before that Jackman had been an-
r.oying Ml*
Sgt. Archer said that he removed
Cumberbateh's clothes which
seemed to have blood tall
. had given him a win*
id was the
;.. b. . .,v ...... .. .ij
have to consider whether there low stick which she
was provocation on the part of s,,fJt
Jackman to such a degree .
to reduce murder to man- *
slaughter."
that Jackman
twenty pounds
> than Cumberbatch. No moon
was shining that night and there
If one were provoked and were occasionally driwles of rain,
used a weapon, his hand or Lilian Hams of Ashlon Hall. St
anything else, he said, and so Peter. Jackman'. mother, who had
caused the death of the one identified the body of her son to
who was provoking him. the "r Kirton. was the nexT
verdict would be manslaughter. Dr Kirton who then gave evl-
II was unusual for such near :!cnce^saU1_il
relatives to be on the scene
the time of such an offaoea.
bM since Jaekn
Cumber bitch's brother were
liicre. they, the (in y. would
have to look at then- <
and consider it in th'*
light of tin- others who were
present.
"' ton
pojf mortem also exniri
berbatcb and would tell them
that there were certain minor
Injuries, but nothing sugtiesiing
he was well and proper!) btatOTJ
up with a stick.
after inidnlulit he went
to Hose Hill where he saw Jack-
man's body in the road. There
were two wounds on the left fore-
arm and another wound abOVS in
the chest. I>ater in the day he
performed < cx*i-
ination. Jackman was about thir-
ty-two. The wound in the chest
went Inward horn the left luntc t<
t-----.ii vi "I'UI lliA.iltL ll'l-li Tie 11 * 1UIIK '1.
Dr. Kirton who performed the (h<% t h, wou)d haV(. l;ikci|
"" considerable force to have Inflict-
ed ii It went about eight Inches
deep and the Wind pipe was cut.
Alcoholic Smell
A letter was received from Ihe
Financial Secretary relative to the
Council'*, inter on Um report of
the Priw Control Conuntttea
The letter uoinleU OUt that the
Council*! views were receiMiu:
Ciovernmenl's consideration ami in
.lui1 eoiirsi conununlcati
be addressed to the Chamber.
Application by Mr T O D-,A-
ding for leave from July S to I>e-
-ml>er 13. was granted Mi J o
Tudor was appointed to act for
him during the oerind
Clerks' Wages
The Council considered ;i report
from the Committee ap|x>inlcd to
meet and discuss with the Provl-
Slon Merchant! Associition and the
Druggists Vigilance Commiltee.
th'* subiect of "clerk* wages."
Mr. Briggs Collins of Messr>
It M. Jones a Co.. Ltd was elect-
* I id ,i member of the Chamber
V I 111 I'd \ t't 1 A letter was reetived from Mr
If "** r m. Cave who had attended as
__ the representative of Ihe Cham-
The Board Of Health at a meet- ber. ihe Congress of the Federate,!
ing yesterday approved ihe oivia- chambers of Commerce of the
ion and sale in lots of 7SH.0S3 British Commonweath TIM C
quara feel of land at Amity grcss was held in England
Lodge, Christ Church, bv Mr. Mr. Cave stated that the Whole
W. N. Allcvne proceedings were extremely m-
Tba Board also dealt with a Cresting, especially the efficient
sent by the residents of wv ,n wh,ch everything _waa
Pi "
the
heavy rainfall and asked the hBd.Klveu htin the opportunity of
Board t" do something; about It. meeting many Interesting people
Ml J Kidney told the Hoard from other countries,
thai there i- .m elninc pump Ho included a report of the
there which takes off Ihe water meeting.
in a short time. The Iciter was The Council dodded to ask Ml
ami on to the Commissioners of Cave to nttand ihe next Council
Health. meeting In order to hear him on
A proposal submitted by Mr. the Congress.
S A. Hawkins for sale in lots of Mr Cave |Mttred from the
land ji Wcstbury Koad was not Council tithe tejt Annual Or -
It was a ract that the Ho.prs BaoreJ
Report had been under consid- to fill'
eraiion by both Houses of the ,|n Ml
legislature for over a year Rff 1V||
i i nun end at ions regarding lc. i
i adages were contained in that
lepurt and if the views of tm
Legislature had been rr.eived
cti n to amend conditions of
Ight beve Im-n taker.
When he ..rr.ved here Ihere were f5*0 ,,ne' Pl",v
|Uat kin iiioiii-.h* to |i
C a
ry of State had i
I If* had ao (I
on the existing ii-im-
iiie inwanca hai
-.iii\eiiici throuctaoui th.
ib b i rea and
i rtiolutlo n to i-i -
lit an appointment on I
:reemei"
Ii ha
nou
hat a lueal candidate. 1io ha
rot responded to tha advertl
men* ma Interacted, if he w.i
and submitted an application, vas
ly eonalderatiim would of i oui s
given to It
BOARD OF HEALTH
Sale of Land At
Amity Lodge
oved
letter sent by the residents of "*'-'"', Z Li^l Vw,lw
l>, o.!.,.l. r- ...i i.i, tis. sanised bv the l>ondon Chamber
h w i .'. ,oll",,,,,n"t, ';" of Commerce He was gild that he
the IMwkmMond is flooded arter hll(, ,.,. ,,,.,.. ,l( ,,.,,
il matten which had been
oatponod until the aj,
of ,! Public Servues Comnii'SHMi
11 wa expo-ted tiiat LegisUtlun
regarding a Public Service Com-
.nission would have been sent t> "
he Leelatetura aerUM bM the i1
prcparaUon of the billhad bean wh ^^^ ,(( Ml
"rher^He waTglad rsa, Z' "L^T^'W "V '"' 5T?
t had at last been sent down In ^ <*] **" 'h"> " "
the Other Place and he hoped k""ud'rtw ***[* '"*' w-" ^"'*
that it WOUld m.l be long beA) '> **&& '' V" ''"' "
hi COUQCU cam. Into being. the office of I olo.n.,1 S.,,,:,,> a
With regard to the CWO gentle- vacant. Ihe offei ..f the i okHl
men to whose appoinlmeni
Hon. G. D. L. Pile had i.(-m.,.
iie could only say IhalJhe proor
of the pudding was In the twttni
and he hoped the pudding wouH
prove Rood eating
Secretary of Stale
Appointments
Without betraying confldenci
ic could say that llnHJ wei
Secretary of State iDpolntrn
and in addition tu the otncen
question being highly reeon -
mend art, the Secretary of Stai
had also to take int< account u
tact that conditions f aervu '
hen- were such that n
easy to attract officers l" ci .
here from other places.
In territories where leave pa>-
Ofllce to send out a Home Ci\ .
on loan until the vacancy
*.aj llllod had not proved accept
able Mr Campbell the AcUug
Colonial Secretary had none ai
Ihe other Assistant Colonial Si'
iptarv had bean advised to p
away on health grounds TIv
i-oittoii in ihe Betretariat m mid-
t;i50 had been more de perata thi
moat people imagined.
With regani to the Oovernmen
1^ Cots. Uiat was ' oontn
i ajiejr but be i-nild assuro hon
sable members Ih it it had ni
i ffurded bjm any DHeeure i r
quire anyone bo move and he ha
nl) dene M* '" orde* lo
c mmodation tar uovenunenl offl"
as and so help lo retain the.i
ices.
AlHSSRS. A S. HRVPi S V SONS (RARBADO.S), LTD.,
P.0 BOX 403, MIDOBTOWN BAUAOOfl
jt st AMMiVED
I'llllW MIMK
ST AIUIX A A ^.IIOU I NAB
f Obtainable from kej
H. JASON JONES & Co.. Ltd. .
medical attention and It had been represented lo (In
houses were provided, ofAcari arn(nent that unleaa aornethtne i
in. \ ni,
i' .IglUltlMii. Would
mora rrequentlj
The Hon Mr Pile I
notion, .nut csosed tin
ornrnodaUoi
ni more and
itii.ti.
del...
to
Supt's Evidence
There was a strong smell of
rohoi in the dead man's abdomen.
To Mr. Nile* he said that it v ai
a typical wound of a man who was
scared when defending himself
Dr Oliver James. Medical Offl-
Road. St. Peter, cer of the General Hospital and
,ind saw Jack- Acting Government Bact. 1.
ive evidence about the
Cumberbatch and Jack-
First to give cvideiH-c waa Su-
ienniendent t^jstace Symmonds.
Ihat on June 3. he went
to Rose Hill
about 10.15 p
iiiiin-, body lying In Ow rood Ho a ig
was on his back, his head inwards clothi
approved by the Board. It was
disclosed that Ihe spot or land it
low lying with grass growing to
high ;nd is a pocket
Which holds water.
Toe Board deferred propone!
by Mr. S. J. Goodman fo. divid-
ing off or land in i\^ lot from
land I Woiknuns. St.
,.. h iv dent -
red so that more Information
eouM be obtained Th
cquarc feet
Meeting of the Chi
abet
20 Policemen Gel
Long Service Medals
Kllglisll Moral*-
Still Vein Good
Twei
been a
llngad
The]
I >uli
m hi
b iUiiui
mil- in th
then
We.
the north. A pool of blood waa man wore and the knife.
on his right and his elothoi were deuce wan with regard to blood
saturated with blood. There were stalni The stains were human
two wounds on his left forearm blood stains, he said
and one on the Cheat belOW me Kdw.11.1 MarveUe. an
collar bone ,ural '*'oo,lt*'r * i*0'*' ,il11- ','1''
Ciarena Gilkes identified the he knew hoth Joseph Cumberbatch
body to be her brother". After and Cecil Jackman about ten
midnight. Dr. Kirton came, ex- years.
amined the body and on the Tol- He was standing at UUe I
lowing dav pVrfom.ed a port Quarter corner when O i
mortem examination Cpl. Brath- !"8" ""**.-
wetta took photographs of the botc^
scene.
The superintendent told
rfOea that Jackman was
mi
ind told Cumber-
iwcd him two shil-
lings. "You went out to-d. .
Mr couldn't pay me." Jackman said.
Jackman cuffed Cumberbatch.
SOLD ARTICLES:
KEPT MONEY
111 ihe ret.*/ Debt Coort ol
Dtstrl 1 >. juuge
H. A Vaughn gave juuKcrnent for
defendant Kima Kuman of Bay
Street In | 00*0 biouglit by Lilian
Ryan also of Lay Street claiming
debts lo the amount or S*.8 OW*W
to her by him.
Hyn told the court that on
sometime in May she gaVO Kuman
teg "( carrots and T
I the Police and rue
nrg Service Medal,
c SeneanU L. Ye,u-
w 1 I J Hutaon, C. Vaughn. K.
Uiiiicroft and K. I'.nu- 1'orperaU:
B Benl) G Cyrus, S. Goring. K.
Hurdle, o Pams. i.. Devonian, K.
livnue and W. Guskin.
I'olkre ConsUbles I 1 B* >
Kellman. F Morn- H Jones. K
(iay. J. Maxwell. D. Greenidge. B.
I-avine. R. Richards C. Burnham
and Harbour Police C Knight
The Writ Servers are W. Sealj
S. Beckles, S. Gull and G Toppui.
Condll
as had i
tn.ins would hav
said Mr Maurice Cavi' Min;utio
Diie.lo, of Me-i. It M Cur .it ,
Co, Ltd
He returned from England res
terdoy mormnit l^ tht t'alomhn
holt-
Will Keep fhe Pence
A DUtrtCl "A" Police Magistrate
ordered Wllbert Brown, a labourex
of Roebuck Street, to keen the
peace for one month and !* of
bigger man than Cumlierbatch.
Cumberbatch lived alut 40(1 h!V?_n_lni
yards from the scene.
PC Wilfred Rawlins said
that about 8.40 p.m on June 3
he was patrolling Mile and Quar-
1 man went to him and
Cumberbatch left. Jackn
Eoing
,5 to sell for her. jf^ J*J-g- --
viour In the i
of S4 80
ter when a man went to him and .
told him something. He went to- ..4 ,1 ",..
wards Rose Hill whore .. 1 rowd
hail gathered near the junction of
Rose Hill and Mile and Quarter
tn'i sister gave bin) a
knife more than a foot long with
.1 rough head. The man on the
road had two wounds on his left denjv np heard Jack
forearm and another on his chest <\\1'" and fill
The knife nanded m him had
blood stains on it
Jackman quickly returned and
after about 15 to 20 minuics Cum -
berbateh returned. A man near-
bv suggested to Jackman that he
should let things stay as they
man however said.
but left and returned
.. stick.
He struck Cumberbatch twice
with it and "ii eatti occasion
lituke off. Cumberbatch
followed him while he was slrlk
Ing him with raised hands. Sud-
cxclaim.
Kuman sold four of the orates.
and did not give her the money
for them.
Anielin Grant said that Kuman
offered Ityan the money for four
crates and she did not take it
Kuman said that he used to do
business for Ryan as an agent
nd after selling four of ihe crates
ottered the money to Ryan who
lid wanted $28.
Kirton on June 25
Mr E. W. Barrow appeared on
behalf or Kirton
"MAC" BRINGS
WOOD AND COALS
The Sehrx-nei Hluenow Mae
naturally look these facto
account when considering ollei
for transfer.
The Hon. V. C. Gale had mad
an important poird In coniieelio:
with the question of leave pas-
sages. Passages to England be-
fore the war were very much
heaper than Ihcy are today and
In1 could not see how certain olfl-
Lii would ever Ik* able to aa"e
from their salaries to be able lo
go on leave.
In places where leave pgflOaBM
and such considerations Hntn In
eluded in the terms and condl
lion, of service il would be fount
that it wan somewhat eaatei t<
recruit senior ofllcers than In tin
case with Barbados
l.e\s Income Tax
He said that the post of Flnan- -Her Miendlng Inui month
dal Secretary In Barbado*. quo*.- day. He wa-, aceompanie.i l.v hi
ed at w,f#eo meant .HAo >ut in wde uiui daughter Cynthia
Malaya and other territories it "FOodatuHa anil sweets ..... slil
WOUM mean SU.B60, plus leave being rationed, hut in spite <>J
passages, pins fiee nniiu.ii at- these thing-', ihe moraJe oil Iht
hnUon, pita ;> bouea on which peopla k Uil rerj good ! gold
rental was paid and there wn He attended the Festival of Brit-
also a lower Income tax. a|n and though! it Waa .< verj
He was aware of the gieal ii.teies(nik' exblbitlon.
strain which a man who had to
perform his substantive duties The British Industrial Kan thi-
and act In another post for a year was a vn line di*-pla> Th
long |*eriod had to bear The West IndiHii section mini......
tlon Acting Attorney General turn, sugar .md ninor Industrie-
was without Ihe services of an was well laid out, but il IVU Un
Assistant and lie had to deal wiUi fortunate thai pictures n.lvetlis
bills, courts and even peciej dU- ing the natural tourist itlractlcm
ties like that on which he had ,,f .ill (he islaiuls in the West !n
been engagl for Ihe whole of dies were not available,
the past week M|. r,IV(. ,.li(1 ,),, | ,.,,-
With regard lo UM i^-st Of De- twelve days in Switzerland lb
puty Director of Agriculture. 1! described tb.t cnuiiti\ n .1 i<
id been .suggested that the |-en- |(rtirlst resort and addeil th.,t ih
trip was 11 tnarvelloui one Th*
on shone every day and the
which 1
ed fr.
. in
Statement
"Next day," he said, "I
Took Knifv
Jackmnn's sister went to him
lien be fell and took up a knife
huh was on him. Up to the time
duty in the cfRce at District "E" jaegmnn fell he had not see
Station about 6.55
Cum-
nberbatclis brother, but short-
berbatrh came In, At lhat lime jv aftGrwarda ha saw him, though
I did not know him He *aidf nf illd nn\ w from where he had
'1 nm the man lhat stabbed the ~omc.
Other man at Mile ind Quarter Clarence CouIthrUSt, another
last night", and I arrest. m;in wno was on the eelle ,it the
He charged and cautioned him time, gave corrorxir.tivi .
and he elected to give vohnv ,,,,,. the ufnng.
tary statement. The statement
taken down by Sgt An he
.it,.1 rea Cu*ribjfbatcl1 ligned it
To Mr. Nlles, Itauio ak 1 I
the aajnl
of young men usually stay about
then riinu II 1
provided a nearby rum shop was
open.
Samuel Howard eorroborated
Rawlins' evidence about Cumber-
batch having been to the station
and saying that he was tlu man
who had stabbed the other man
the night lietore
Sgt. Wiiiiun Archei ol Diatrid
B" Police 81 itlon sal I ;nai on
tune 3 he received .1 report u
went to Hum Hill where ha
n crowd in tha road Rawllna had
a torchlight In hJj head Ha -
ned the body or .1 man who
was lyina on the ground and there
a stab wound on the leM
breast and two wound; on 'he left
arm below the t*n-< 1
banded htm a knife.
1. ii- < u m her hatch, .lokrph
1 1 ,ni......nli brother. thai hl brother and fw kman
were n. n.;n. over two shll-
iiii- - Joseph lold Jackman
that he uued him four ahll-
lingit and he should Irt it
make thing* even. He would
not have urh arrangements
and he. Ivan, offered him a
dollar which he refused la
like. He said he would have
his own satisfaction. Jack-
man started U> beat him lth
j sUck. He looked aw a* and
when he looked back. Jack*
,-,1. was on the around
the knire he was shown in
court, he said, was the kuilr
he s.w Cseieaa man's sister with on the night
lul tie had never seen il
before.
Csarena Gilkes said ihjt
she heard a talk shout money
. On Page 8
'itdav morning brought H
. crates il lena of iirewood and 00 bag- of
$28. charcoal.
VISCOUNT DANGAN
HERE TO LIVE
VISCOUNT UANfiAN, twenty-nine-year-old son and
heir of Earl Cowley, accompanied by his actress wife
Annette, twenty-five pieces of lu^atfe and a French poodle
named "Tova" arrived yesterday morninR by the Colomhie.
Lord Dangan and his wife plan to settle in Barbados. They
are stay-in", at the Ocean View Hotel until they hu> a
house, ,,,,,,
"1 have coma to Barbados be- Awarded H.h.M.
an what 1 have beard, it in 1043, he was awarded the
. tha moat pleasant and attrae- Bctush Rmptra Medal s/hl I
live 1 1 .'lit In the Brill u Empire'', in the n A v. Ha dived into
shark in tested wau-r 10 BOVl
ae lefuelUng vessels which '>
or threatened by hre. He m charged from Ihe An rorce he
nd same year on medical ground:
ionable emoluments <>r the office
nhould 1-e increased bin it wouln
eau-e dissalisf.n-tion in oilier
blanches of the service if the
pensionable emoluments of one
particular nrrlce were increased
They were without tl........
of nn lncf*ne Tax Ceounsasdonei
The pi.-seiH hotdei of Ihe ufflci
has retired after excellent servic-
on reaching the age limit but had
BfrOOd to carry on until a surcc-.
or could be obtainetl Covenunent
was most graterul u> him (Ol doing
There are some senior offices
In which the present hnl 14 loud 11. tin' 'k\
CAR, CYCLE INVOLVED
IN ACCIDENT
Shortly after 1M am ye.te,
.lav. the iiimIoi ..
Ii> lteiinald French of ll.istiiut .
Christ Chureh .md driven b)
Kenrick Bally r st Qi
uvolved in an accident at ti
ecrner or llnwid and Mi On
ataylng on When Ihev aventuaU] streets with tin- bleyeta 11-7173
Utame vacant he doubted wheth- ridden by Winston llowen o|
er they would be filled at the sal- Jledman Gap, Wistbu. lto;,d. Si
. :n.i
I Ii-
*or mv familv. but I have
ided on the liK-alitv.
Mv trip down from Engl,
rorj pleasant, but I was very l a lad when It was over and I had as Annette Sliinnoml -[! "
irnvecL We had ex-client in a number of Drltl>h Film- and
weather the greater parl of the numerous West End plays in
'"urney." eluding The Jack Hylton produc-
0 lion of Burlesque. During th<
I Ilangan is a Law Student blitz she served with the l.itsh
it Lincoln's Inn. He Intends to j(ecue Squad.
-..ill At the end of the I
to England i Dnngan managea, produci
i i in tnree plan foi Combine*
lo the fi kfi reseea m Oasueny ror thi
he said that he v,oyiJ like Uritih Troop*
i he loeal >'# Lord liangan Is a descendant o<
the Deke of Wellington. His
I j,\ aircraftsman father Earl Cowley wh-> no
I M IM ring Which lives ou a ranch in He i
Spent IWQ years in Free- oearcd as Arthur Wellesley it
Mem Leone. several London Dlayi
aries which were being paid
the present holdera.
Retired Officers
As was the ease with the COfflp*
Irollor of Customs and the Ae-
eountant Cereral it might Ih- round
possible to appoint oniei
. !,. who had letired 01.
tnini Mime otiiei Colon)
but whose pension in addition t-
being p ild
would make the
i services.
With regard to a Governmen'
Analyst, it had bean found "
the war the demand I
t \.< on la hi.....' res ed tremen-
i ousbj The vacancy was adver-
ti ad locally in ism gad then UM
Michael.
Ho wen WSJ
and detained.
taken lo Ho

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TtHOtR tfftV m
qtuvrt ifatu- awU
RUB AWAY
THAT COLD
I,
nun
CAN DA
VAPOLR RUB
I In \ew Antiseptic VupnuriMni; tlinlmeiil
For uae> In cast ol local con i lion ami in (lam
head and cheat
. ellei I i n N Catg
A 2-o/. I'ol |gf H Ogata
al KMI.III S IMII4. SIOMI S
,'ss.::;;*. :',;;:*, %
Once upon a lime lack p'.nicJ seed.
^rr. pt>v.t*fu! :ot nut ii'e- in;o a

io dimb a t p ji"J up ha
until c iriiheJ Ute top Saddanl*
mri crii I
m> dtnaar. Sal Jasl. si nin.
puikJ uai Jome Rtt)il Pudding .
md vihl, "Wh> cat me.
jn have Ret
So tn* Oiant tried II and
it so much he p> Js.k all nn gold
You can't resist that
wonderful flavor
UIKHtIi S.. Stlkl.^-
.. ..-. S.. trowM* In
Ihe .,mpl. a.-.. t..-i
-imaoful II......
VtoMa\_
XS ilsn/'
Freah
Canadian Har
CHOCOLA TE
NMI.SON'S
Nut Rvlls
Kuse Huds
1'eppermliit Pslt)
(berry (reams
Sullani Halslns
Macaroons
Liquid rour s'lavour
Jersey Milk
Jersey Sat
I offer Milk
Hurnl Almonds
Malted Milk
Ida Cherry
I i Caramel
Goodness knows they're
a
I'HK | 13 OBrTt KACH
Um WLtTHERHEAD
11 Ml I Hi
On ih.- LAND...
it's i iv nt.i st x
Slit nr
VAN HEl'SEN WHITi. '
CollU .MUmImM Si .
ii.v.i) uiirri simcTs
Si/ 14'... lo 16 int :
SKA ISLAM) COTTON
.vrm.rric VESTS, ml
\v\ist TRUNK PANT-
I ; ml :n
Siia tm Val
IIIKTS
114 to 11
Collu ..
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CELLULAR
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In Um- SKA ... ^/
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TRUNK
MNTZKN SIX WOOL HATH 91 ns
Shadn Mvj and Royal
Sllej I to 48 ii sii.:m |.| Su
i \\:/l.\ M.l. \\..... II Mil HUNKS
\K.. iiiiinii .ind Rayoa, -niil l.n*tr\
In SI ii. Maroon, Pawn
N il i II ins'
Priced from I5J3 la <7..1ii
I.KATIII It GLOVES (or Trmidlmi:. Wool I .in. il
lln.wn, Qrcy. S7.ll and H.00
CAVI SREPHTBD & (IL LTD.
10. II. It, A || HKII \l) -I Itl I I


PAGE SJX
nwtnvnos advocati:
Till RSI- V\ Jll.V U 1951
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
.nA*
-i-
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
Tw3"n-JJ?4NP V.S* I *E A3-E
.TO vpu....!
-- 3ET-.ES ri ) / C_;"S ^
OO^VS 3XT ( ESE.
1= TA.J-" A /-" \\>aTLB
FOR
QUALITY
&
FLAVOUR
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
c TS .^
HBPaePT, j
IS THAT )
M3U? ^


STANDS
SUPREME
Here is what to do
aftr
OVtK-INDUlOfHCt
Too much good food and drink
Try Alka Seluet and see lane, much
hotter you feel A Ik-Seiner eoolhe*
headaAs. neutialuei eaceae gettiir
acidity, "sow you tight again"'
Keep supply of Alkj
f Sel tier handy a/way .
3 Alka Seltzer
Revitalise Tour
KIDNEYS
And Too*" Feel Yawnf-Lea* Taenaj
t
,';.. I .... -." r I I
C.H.rfl up l.|hll, Burning. IU*.B
PaitOtt. Ntrv DiKinm ".-
f^aliam. Oac-a.".. LIB *>. Ci^t.e
i -- t.t*. Swell*" Ar.kles. Lait OT
l|...|.*lTOWl..-
C,.i kill- hi'.. germa
Cyoteal
.,. yuu v. .11
tall in
bj ... I ..' mm.
Tha :ui
lit..
Asfhma Mucus
Dissolved 1st. Day
i"h"hin. e.ipine. hr>lng lithni unJ
-o-ihium i-.i..n year ayatam. Mp your
"-' *ul" "<" health en h ..it In 1 minui*. Ma-aeeoth" pree.rlp-
ii.i'inf* fanx-ua doc-tor-ItiuUlr. through
In- Hood, qukfcly rurblnn lha attafKa The
i.n mat -lay th- etranalinf mwu la dla-
> I lima elviBfj !. aay braathlne;
nl trutful itcep No eoeea. no amohae. BO
Mm Juat take ptaesant. taateleia
Mc-rjiie tablale at maala and be entirely
fi.- ff.Mii Aathma ami Hron< Mtln In nC
to n-> lime, even ih.myh you may b- e>it-
farad for years Menaace le eo auoceealul
o give y
i an."
.1,,
as
Mendaco
tod. Auhmtm + BromtUtUltHtrFa
' t t*
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
I fjeiKV..NB TSML AthVYTi* SCf M3 TO] [\vAlT, T0N7O1 I S^OKE )
M LA3Y TO HIlWWdfpnYNAVt MJCC NOl lT0O SOON'i^*'fi, I
E 1 1 a^* * 11 I
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
-UOOV-WWV DO MXI
"*AnT TO 00 "TO THE
HAeatOM YW ' l
C0MN**cec Mcnvac?.
**C 6 OBTTtgQMSO
^VeNO* etTACV--
wfiu.-rre so
anTMV*\l -A*l"
--4^ BBJU J^n
MA OH -. i
UFALTHCui.'
- .
'
JOHNNY HAZARD
BOV-TVaS f3EA&l*jOG
COP Wf'lu'.T LOOK
AT TWO-* CL/TaSS *J.
tweip fjATVJKj' 5urr*. *
; tXJBG A '---'
A LOT OF T1MC OW .
TWE BEACM.7

'"'.
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IF
I

BY FRANK ROBBINS
BOVRIL
makes a
tasty
sandwich
\ -.mJwKh maJe vi'iih Rovril i a rcjl niejl
hi ir.iiuulurc. BVeaTOM ^ii'V- ihi ti.h I'tclv
liavi'ut unil goodncu of .Until. And iluv ..in
enjov it oltcn-nc 4 vi. bottle '>i Bovril IBtlal
over 100 dcutinu1. sjndwivhc*.
BOVRIL
PUTS BEEF INTO YOU
DUNLOP
CAMBRIDGE
CYCLE TYRES
I I*A ATPAiP VW'll
U-Wt...TO...ft**-.ACCrPT
SOJl' -NVIUTION TO
CUV rot? T^F NlGlil-
AP **U0eON
ITCtJ BAN PACK. /
OH, WHAT A
cvjame evEt?viuiNG
TO KEEP AE (COW
ceeiNC mv "&ck
AONTIN TUfj";

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I ft
RIP KIRBY
ALEX RAYMOND
NOW I MaVE A CEW L,. CSTOnS \ TC BE
-*V rS 1M*S.S'A=CCa0 ACOO'EO I 8U-S*
A9C-T -E3 OAuG-rEa-* ANO Arfr* /ABJCUT rT.
0>P >o. cova *NBA NO ,____/ T^ G'au
OvED W- V/Aa. iNtVBAO C*5 1 OAN AfcVAV
_-^'^: ThB. FftONT /A6AN6"' MEQ
IV".
L&^
cost less-
give more
mileage
nOWDING ESTATES & TRADING
COMPANV LIMITED
(ECKSTEIN BROS)
III- txdting"fizJ!''ina
glasb ol Aadrcwi gives
a pleasurable feeling of
Ircshnesv But that'* not
all! Andrews ensure* timer
Cteanltnem through its
gentle laxative action, and
haOM you lit and cheerful.
Andrcu^ cleans the mouth,
^cities the Momach, tones up
the liver and, finally, gently
dears -.he bowels,
At any time of the day, when
you feel in need of a refreshing,
invigorating arink, just take one
teaspoonful of Andrew* in a
g|jv, of cold water.
ANDREWS'uversalt
lOEAL FORM OF7LAXATIVE
(4^aT^DG3uaaJaaWBJBJBJ^
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday Only
THE PHANTOM
LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES
HAt/EAlMOSrJ ^7 WHlEl,RWt.'
BEACHED
WDAtE7H&
$ cvciiecisa
hually
Tins Silver Leaf Pineapple Juice 35
Pkgs. Garden Cream Biscuits 53
Pkgs. Nelsons Gelatine (i) 60
Now Usually NOW
:i Tins Koo Apricot Jam 63 '
Tins Batchelor Peas 38 -
I Bottles Frontenac Beer 26 M
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street


THURSDAY. JULY 12. 1(51
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS., ~
I' \(.| sIVIN
HIM
tILWMONi 2901
The (batg* lor announc.
Birth.. Miiilko Dt^lM
M|unl>. and In Mcmoriein notice* ia'
t-M on week-dan and 1180 on Sunday* |
lor any rumbar of *ori up \o W. and '
1 route per word on hOjh "d
4 Mali Mr WWd on Sunday* tor wh
additional d.
For Birlha. Marriage or r.ng-gemml '
MUMIIMmnU In Canto Calling the
charge i* 13 00 for any number of arorda
up to M and a cent. p*' *.ord lor earn
additional tol Tttnii caah. Phone DM
between I and 4. pir 3111 fur Df.lh
-..li... .-.:, after pm
IOM A IIMMI
LOST
Chain Finder will ,- rrwrrded on
-"" "o the
AnvntTISINI. Utl-AKIMBNT
I* 1 SI-hi.
ANNOl->T E.MK.Vrs
ine CCLD WATCH made 0> Mamp-
I i MID .old .Ham attached.
I priaom air *.aim J agali .t
-id natch Reward paid
"..it. .Mv. I. Co UO m reti
i H ..it it 7 |i
HOUSES
MA: rrom
HO*E-MONT I,,Us.
- .
Ml Inipnlin., on
rVna.,1 Appl, ,o H I. Barrow
"VBfTNoK OMM| I.i A.-
fload. BMIrill.r. Dra*. mg room, d.mn.
PMMM I I>....
n "".it VALES
REAL ESTATE
I Ante llainil-.)
eiei
m m M
ion BALK
Minimum chd'*e urea II real
M irnl) JtuiwMwi 14 wwrdj u
taorda J cent, j wo'd u* < ..
AUTOMOTIVE
i- ADplewhaile*
. aw n la Knight* Limited
tor (old toy putolw companion al the
ce ol (ho underMgneU or, TlUHjiii
I I fin da; July imi ai I o'clock
tOTTUC. CATTORP CO.
MaMMn
) #n --. od
CAR. 1IM7 Ford iTrfci
nail 1 a in prrlnl eon-
A... v. ...-
in in good .nape. Apply

11/;*l d:i
CARS- lXi Morn* Minor 1(1.000 Mile.
IMS Moma Oxford H.OOU Mile* i.inr
New. HH0 Man ! Si* 18 11 bee
Mileage IMI Fold Prefect U.uou It....
In vary good condition 1931 Ciryiln
Royal. A bargain fort Royal fiaraai
1-ld Telephone tS04. ITU In
tmi i i 1m; iiousr Lhrd Eli
mkw with r.ao .Quire ihi oi i
ureto ""hi, al Chaprr.an Sli
iidrton naaaaal Whiirpaik Road
in* l-.ii*. rontaina Ciiitri). Diw,(
I li.ni g Koo.n>. |w bediooiii*. Break
UM roam, uaual convenience. Lara.
Haarraent Electric Light and qovr
nionl water Inatalled
Thr above pramlaa> will br rai lo,
air by Public Competition al our Ofl-re
Jama* Kraal on Friday Uth July imi
I : p in lor inspection apply to Mix
lirmer inr tenant brlwrrn tnr hour* ol
- and 4 30 p m daO/ ncrpt Xundayi
YtAKWOUD a. BOVCT,
kaiKitor*
I Til an
I'l IIMPVII
:Mvn!r. ;uJ,'fA
not hold inytrif rn.ponalblr lor hrr
Ua rontrarlinc any d*bl
drtol. (m ,
atdrr *i'i>*d to
i vii
Thr
i niwim
Jal>. IMI
A parrrl
Mi :. 1-1 I
>'.. Ha
' 'I '" ! .....C I *l
..-.. .llt^la on St Nt.phro .
Hack Bark. Si Michael
tlMjl
Apply to M C
. hllirt
I.I 51-n
ELECTKiC M-
)nr N<1RGE KKI'HltiFJtATOH. I cubit
oprn ivpa uml. i.i be . al Bad-
m t\ Taylor* OandM II 7 SI
huco ruontiarjiATOR: >,
Full widlh Irrrilni chambrr II:
unit Hdimdllionrd thtuiml
,y br Iniparlrd al I>ro Vatd. Chrap-
SI. Philip T 5 SI 1 In.
LIVESTOCK
cow 31 pint. dall. Applv wall Plantation. II 7 .1 li -.
MISCELLANEOUS
A xlnd-blown look an"l pratty
"Amuni Wave Sat" make* your hair
rary to nrl ao quick to dry ThI
non-oily prrparallon karp* curia MM
Ml *,r.d-[Toof
KNIGHT'S LTD 11 7 :.l :i
AMM-l-brNT TOOTMFAITI
Rtarl *avln| .lour Amm-l-drnl Tooth
p, itr Doxas. Within a ahort while
may br the winner ol one of tnr (allow
, I.I Prilr ISO on. Ind Prlir 115 00
3(d Prirc H 00.
rNNDs t Hi-idtomivi. TAiti.rrs
ilop* bod. odour and bad breath Get
"FARM" POWDERED FULL CHIAM
M*I-K-Suprenir quality and only MM
par i-!6 tin and 11 00 per l-lb tin
Oat a tin to-day from your grocer
or Dnif, Storr and try the brat
n.ilk obtainabk> The 5-Tb family lire !
eall. rconoinlcal InaUt on "Farm" for
th aakr nf your haallli and your pockrt
I' your dralrr cannot lupply. phonr !1
IT I SI I In.
F.i ..
Ilkg your Suit*. Frock-,
etc try "Bcrubb'a
f I | hot
..l KINC;HTS LTD
Had
OENTS TIIRF.E I'1F.F GRAY TWEED
SUIT Approximate ilie-3a DialII
10.7 Jlt I
KIOIIT GOWNS: Jerray Silk for coo
and comfort in three modern St lye
Mid Colon-* I"
nd Ei m K"i. itanl, Bwn | *.
II T MIt
RECORDS Charlie Kunr. Blng. Swim
and wa will order for you H wi
haven't got It In itock A Bainea I Co
WrnBai
bedroomi. with uj

lied
Tin
pu Mi.
a ameer.
I 1.. Im; 10 am
I p.m. on application to Mi.-
i. on the premiaea
further parleulari. and undllioni
apply to
;t)T*ru;.
00
CATFORD a, CO.
7 7 11 Si
FOB HALE
A well eatabllahed Chemical Manufac-
turing Bualneaa ol long Handing, wiln
good local and export traor Intereatin.
W.ll Inatruct eventual purcha*!
>rking
Stout and Porter Compoundi _
llnvounng Eaaencra of all type* Per-
fume Extract!. Lotlawa and varlou. Toilet
llcparatlona. Vinegar. Propnet,. Medi-
cine, etc. etc Stock In Trade al coal
price Heavxi* for aelllng. Rallrament,
l.aving for Europe. For fuiiher paitnu
L.M. addreu A.B.. P.O B IM Dndgr-
(..-!,. oi phone. UPT for appointment
STS1-S((
AUCTION
Friday 11th al 1 p.m. at McEmeame
OMBgB) ! Cheyrolet Sedan Car. IW
riMiH-^th Sedan Car both in work In
order and Forde Station Wag*on mi
Singer mining Car Suitable M li
T.-'in* CASH
R ARCHER MlKENZIE.
Til -a
been in.lructad by U
in Emvuti.e Cad
oiler for aala by public auction at tl
>ard of the Department of Klghwai
and Transport on Friday next Ihe 131
al I p.m. one IMI, II II P. Vauxha
VakM blue Saloon car. It ha* con
l.aiati.el. new lyrea and the u|
hol*ter> ai good a. new. Trrma ca*h.
DARCY A. SCOTT.
Oovrrnment Auettanaar
T T SI ii
The gold thai
iveni down
with
A ilehener
,. '?> """ TAYLOR)
UST 3S years agu ihls month a
,*M*I llni.nn heard :l,.,i
i^irrt KlIelWMr had none down
111 ""' nuixi H^inp.htrr on the
w*a t.. Ruarii
Kn.hener'. mlnlonT
^!!..!' "">' "">< there was
12.000.000 In bullion aboard "to
"P the Czar', armits"'
Tbtrnan who unlocked the Hani
nlre'a secrets tells the wholo
story in a book which has just
been published. "Unlocking Ad-
(nnberr Hale. Ltd.,
CHANCERY SALE
<.o\i;i.\ME\T NOTICE
HAIlAADOt
Tha undr-mar-.lioned property will ba *et up for aale ai
Public BuiidiniT* BrMUetoan. betwaaw II Bean and 1 p i
thr date pevuWl below If not iher. aaM. It will be art
Friday at tha rmm* place and durtna; Uta aante hour* imi
kg
UMXaBAV aTHCIL RYT> '
CMAB

______DN1GY BP.\r
(rlOPtflrTi* ALl. THAT 'aetain pLantai^ .
Jama* and Island aforeaaia) caaaLalrttiia li
inarrabaut* abutting aid U.ua-ding eat tend
Forde deceaief-d on landa ol awlc O
laaan .i i.i.. ,i B*jn*kai gajg*i|gfa] I
of one Oaakln an Undo M one While
Gill flaraaaad on land, ol one Knlfhi
Jamaa Main Road or however elae I
ith Ihe maaauage or dwellin,
inojR rtti.F
Date ol Sat
aaM land
EES00-4MU
i 1Mb July. Iflbl
i Mat* ,.| AJn.n-. i
( Dan Spnngrr .,
1'lai.Ution on Und.
,1 M Babb on land* o| loabua
a pubba road leading to Saint
nay abut and bound T-gi-ih.--
ra .irvgul-r other buUdinga and,
landing am) being *mn thi
I and premise*.
li. |
tU lAtaU
l(..l-m-l U
>1 Jn
BAIIFI ADOS
OFFICIAL NOTICE
IS* ITHSt/ANCE cf the Chancery Ac.
on. having " clairaina any r-ratr na
nee in or affrcitna the pinneit, hereid
rndant. t.. taring before me an accouat
ument* and voucher* to be examined by ne
k-.i on and I
*iw *och i
....
Plantation and on ihe publi.
abut and bouivd Toaethrr with
Deane Hollow and all and ill
panel ol land erected and bui
lace or parcel of tend ntuau In tha raid oartaf.' of Bail
aid containing by adnenuirni,.! ihier a. r thraa t.
rrchx* or iliarraboute abutting and "
ring the parcel of land IUt her*m
md> of Checker Hall Plantation ...
rer abe the rame may abut and
lied Kill May. .Ml
nature
Hp 1* Chorli-s Courtney, ihe
"worW'i hiEhest-pjid i,.-ai 5aff-
hrr.ikfi '
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
|M i ,i ....

ViMIM C.IIIFF1TH
I inl;:r Mm lli.uiiniiil II ihiiiiii
By Imtrudlona received I will tat up
lor idle by public auction on Thursday
next the 11th. July at S o'clock at Lower
stMiou Hill. St. Michael, one double
noted houae with ihop attached, and
MM *q ft. ol land. Alao the hou.thold
IkH.iture Terms caih. DArcy A Scott.
Two i l.-l. .
II *M Sir Bosil Zal..rulT, the
armamenl-! kin., who told
Courtney a syndicate hud located

He was otVred a "ntaerli.n fee*'
("i In- t.v.r:
Courtney says there were two
large hole* in the Hampsire. one
r>bviousjy made hv a mine, and
t smaller our vvhi.li "might have
been made by a torpedo."
On the port Mde of the gun deck
each gun was loaded "
Beside each was a mound of skele-
tons with e.irphone.s on their
heads, lying by shells th.t .-rc
never llred. They had not de-
serted their stations.
What of the gold said lo be
almard'' The Adnurjllv "flatly
denied" ihn.
iBut. savsCourtney, then yy sj gold
gold which ended up in Hit-
ler'* Germany! Courtney wtnt
down with tWO divers, C'ostello
and Mnnsileld
They found in a little ante-room
enormous boxes
Kows of Boxes
It took Cotirttny three days to
open thi -nudlest ol themand
the "UKhl fell on rows of
splinterro bOXfl di-K"rging gold fabulous
An,, eek they brought up the j1:/^"
first 60.000 in gold, which was' -
taken lo Berlin and lodged in
the Retell
Then, one ntotlllflg, they got into
the bullion ii".,i fata. They
opened Ibe boxei (if uold
"chest after t host ol fold toms.
20-rotibl( pled
Suddenly, the men were trapped
when a current ihul the bulk-
head door. They were shut in for
an hour, nearly 400 ft. down,
"waiting to die".
The mir.icle happened, the current
shifted, and they forced the door
open. Costello got :i (rushed
chest. They raced to a British
port, "where Sir Basil ZaharaiT
v...ic !. i ii \ I. r. S
PAII-S Seemdh...... Pall* Call al
Robert- Manufarturlng Co Itl B
Street Prefer to *el| l>>
large, q.uintllle. II 7 SI H-
"SAR1DUNL TabaMa ara i
rpETIAt. OFFER 0 Jara ol Chi*
aiiorled Jam*, one po-ind lire lor a
I M W A Mr.lf.d & Companv. RICH
Si.^t ILTJI
PRWO CUSHION UMTS FOR L*P-
roi.sTl^O-.IIS K.-.1, peeked in Burlap
Bag', rach contain* *J Spring* ' row*
of T each' Dlmen.lon* Hf" x ]
Quantity available. Applv Immediately
t,i Thr Standard Agenc 14 5wan Street. Phono 3B
10 7 SI n
WELDING MATERIALS Eln-troar-
.. *ajaj t.l I. and 10" alao bronre
leel ai-l flu* for Acetylene *>'**l mi
r,.qul.e Auto Tv.e Company. Tjafat-
gar and Sprv Slreet* ""* -
Wr have ni*l racalvtd an araortme .1
..f newer and Vegetable Seed, tan
KNIGHTS ITT>
WVM11I
HELP
STENtXiRAPHER Wanted Immedl-
... i... \|. :- .
:
i rnce and ibilit*
Uta Ant matance IS T )l-3n
sn'NociRAPIiEU A TYPIST lor out
nee Appl. bi kHtar M
(;<->! aalars ollerrd
B Laalle A CO. Ltd '
1 .Hiding Broau Streel Hridiielou n
MISCKI-I-ANEOLS
I.lQCim 1.I11SSI inroie Pre-
M High Street
:
fO-PAYS NEWS FLASH
JOHNs.iN -j \honi:ry
imi iixniinaki:
- lll be closed
Tilt RSDAY. JULY l?lh
Stock-Taking |
I'llHII NOTICES
I SO i
.lun.liui
i week-da v<
ui.'.-dd^,
n%nn miox i ivn. mhviii
ASSOCIATION
AGENDA
of ipecial geiveral Meeting to be held al
Combeimere School Hull. Roebuck Street.
on Saturday. Hln July. IMI at I lo p n
I Addrera by Mr K H Straw.
Economiit of the liutitute of Social
P-raearch. UC W I
on Coat of Uving Survey* and
Que.tlon*.
There will be a short Bieak
1 Minute, of laal (irnn.il Meeting
1 a .iiii.ii. Report
* Progrea. remarka h> Preaident
3 (ienernl Bu*inaa*.
Pleaae be in your teata earlv
L. A. HAJ.U
General Secretary.
I* 111In
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
public thai my Denial Office will be
cored fiom J.l> tlh ar.d will be -eopened
on July did.
Dr ". H. HUNT.
ill-4a
NOTICE-
for a vacant Bulkrle.
exhibition tenable al any
i grade achool of tha lilai.d
.ed by me up to Ihe 14lh
muit ba ona of parent*
aett lament In St George or liable
be rated there and muat not ba m
than II year, ol age.
A baptismal crillBcair and let1
from the Haadmaater ol the ach
which applicant attend, muat ac.i
pany application Form* of appl.ee
tiined from me
K MASON.
C r-k. Vralrj' of St George
10 T 31
NOTICE
IHE SI GAR ISU1 HTK1 At.kttlllt
41 ItSK Af T. I*"
In IS- irrgller. haldlaf *prrlall( ).
-laiii.i Raarh* Flaautlaa. SI l.ae*
TAKE NOTICE that I. Ih.
the dboyr Plantation am about to obtain
a loan of M under the provi.wn. f
Ihe above Act agalnit tha *a>d Plantation
in rrapest of the Agricultural year 1M1 lo
No money ha. been borrowed under
the Agrle-.iltdr.il Aid* Act. IbM. or t
.bovr Act laa Ihe caae may be' In reepe
ol *uch rear
Dated til. loth day of July IMI
C ORMOND KNIGHT.
Own'f
in, T M J,t
NOriCE
PaUUaM OF ST JAMIK
I Tender, will ba received by tha un*
j vignarl up to Salurda- Ihe IMh July
I *4V the erection of a Building to b
n-lhiiig C ubkrlea at Reld
m
SI
All particular*
P H TABU .TON
Clark to thr Ve.try. St J-m*.
I SIfn
BARBADOS TURF CLUB
AMENDED OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION
SI *l.til.II til I I l\|.
A.l.
Atomic II
Blue Streak
Burns
Drake's Drum
Elizabethan
Gun Site
Al
Lady Pink
Nan Tudor
Itl-lMt.
Sunny Game
White Company
B.1
Demure
Golden Quip
Harrovvern
Landmark
Pharhte
Silver Bullet
Slainte
Ban Quteu
Bkl
halandra
Fanny Adams
Gun Hill
King Solomnn
Pepper Wine .
Perfect Set
Pretty Wav
Red Cheeks
Bed Velvet
Sea well
Vmdini.i
Yasmeen
Rare Flamingo
Colony Found
In Ba ha mas
An Amei ican ornithologist has
discoveied inluiiy of 7.5U0 rare
ItomlngCM living on the
ilan Bahamas. He is Mr. Koberl Allen,
now engaged u lescarch 0(1 tha
status of the flamingo in the West
Iir In-
The flamlncos of Inagua." he
soys, in a report sent hack to
New York, 'constitute what may
well be the largest ramatalBg
concentiatoiti ol Mm once abund-
ant American species. Phueiiuop-
lenis ruber ruber, the unbelieva-
bly beautiful and much
persecuted bird that has been I
dangermislv tteplelcd in recent I
Ir. Allen went to Great Inagua
aboard a small cargo vessel.
taking a shallow draft boat with
him. He was greatly moved, he
says, at his (ir-t sight of the great
masses of huge pink birds with i
tihelr brilliant red shoulder)
patches. He describes the dis-
covery as follows:
"As we emerged on the east
f.-i i ..f Ixing Cay the sound of the
colony was appreciably louder A
hundred yards farther on.
Sammy Nixon, my local guide
grabbed my arm and pointed oil
a break in the vm
half-mile or so ahead
CJ (conld.l
Lam Potent
Lunways
Mabouya
Miss Panic
Oalcoke
St. Moritz
Si uthem Cm s
Sweet Rockel
Test Match-
TiUrian Ladv
War Queen
l>1
Bow Bells
1
Watercress ,
DJ
Mary Ann
E.l
Cross Bow
Lady Belle
E.Z
Comet
Keiidal Fbrt
Suntone
Will o'ihe Wisp II
r.i
I lew mansion
Black SlKch a
Colleton
Diamoa
Dulcibella
Flame Flower
Joint Command
l-iyy Bones
The Eagle
FJ
Alamein
Apollo
April's Dn in.
April Fit. i
Apr mm k
Itouiiuet
Bright Light
Caprice
t ilKllllill
I ..y.ilii'i
i 'hampegno 11
Chutney
t'lementin;i
Colombu--
un utrtutlon
Dacernber
Dunese
Dutaquarqiie
Epicure
Facet
First A< i
Vn st Plight
Foxglt
Hi-Lo
'/ -< OOm Ml It It It \M U \KM\CS
ip en Mel. Mreredi^ >'
ct l-.l.i\v Mil. The folluwing
PublK Hi.ildingi
Hlgl ".;
East P-ntit Light
Light
Mount Standfast, si .1
Crane Hotel, Si Philip.
Hacklel. 11 t liff. Si John
Golden patdga W I .
st i.ucys Church.
'.Hon.
Dtstru- .lion.
District "D-' Police StaUon
Dtatrlct -y Poiiy,- ghat
Dbtrid r Pi *
LWUe|dain Police st.-ition.
I. ( aiilionnr\ Warning
l VlauAl >.> b) Bag with black square centre
in the cotntr ->i CaaAHcsav (b) in mghi One red light
T*l .ntrrJr^HB,."L,"l'W '" "" (1) A '-'ill M ,..i
iteV rneniHvrd ihe property of ihe nl f"'M"ent interv.ils for .. |>enod of n quarter ol
an hour.
T,.r^ia. ... Friday net.ee., (b) Sirens will 1m> blown at Central, Buttons Hill
Winning. Boarded Halt, and DMrlct -E Pottet
Stati" Inute, three time-, with an In-
.1- Ttati Mill
>f an hour fur in turn
II. Hurricane Warning
in Ihe pa..... l ill YlM...l .1 1 bj A I] \'- ! '.: g '
holst(.' 11 ..'lui
ibi bi nlghl Two red Ughta boisted one Bbove ih
'(hi
<2> Ail Ittatlon and Church belli ".ill Ih- rui
and eoatliiuesia*) treat parted ol -i quartef >' .>
hour.
uLiroons will Ih- tired from th
Harboui Police But i*>te. from Dn-
trict Pol
III. All Clear
[II Vlauil Kl i,;s M liKhi.. will l.( hauled do\Mi
ft) Audible Siici;' will ,., 1 l,,..n (nritinii.Hi-ly for three minutes.
In uddition to the above vvainings:
tl) The poii.e miii warn 1......111..1 authoritlaa and laolatad
distil. :
hoiiil. of hall rMUli ... 1 ..si every
hniii or ii -' tuiartat i lartat to avao h"ur
the case nay l I
It) runorti will ba broadcast al hourb a ball hourl) Intar-
vals. as Mill ix- anieouaccd front the Bturbadoa Baglfnenl
transmitter at the Oarriaon al i quartet peal ever) boor
or at a quarter past ind quartet to ever) hour aa the
i- I. 11 v vto meaae; i i
12 7 51 2n
Two Dirs For Iko

loday that the %
.
nave been alerted for movement
oe this/all.
The two nation.I guard
-ill ...r.1,.1-
[round division* promKi- |
ral Dwt.
I I.i Irs of |-.\rhaii:_'i
IITH JULY. IMI
1 mo*
'Including Newfoundland.
I he^ue. , ----------
Banke's ra> -
nv.nand Di .( T-
XJ Br

: 0(a(i.
M
- that
idiiia Ig ihe nature and prlord. 1
; be precluded UgM ihr brnrSl-
ald properl>.
*>e and deprived of all cla'i
PLAISiTIFF 1 JACK 1, ,,i ,.iii
DBFSNOANT : OSWALD C It AH AM PIANE
AIX THAT .nun-, piece or parcel of la.,.1 k||*jajt
Saint Lucy in ihi. Kland ronlamlna b, admra.uieinent one acre two
ruod. twenty .even perchea or thrr.aboui. Abutting and bx-undmg m
dae an other land* of the defendant on ;..,..!. i 1..11.1..1.
iad .>r however elae the *ame inai
ilar ulhar the building* on Ihe Mid
AND SErnNDM All THAT other
" ucr and Inland afore-
Unit, and four-nith*
..Mia.... .... ulher UihI. ..f DM defrndanl
daocalbed on lan.l- I -aiU, ,,
landa if Chaahai Hail ioM in ktta oa land*
Oeane .leoe.w*-* 111..I ..11 Ihe public road or
aeaaa.
11 WIU.1AMS.
flegialiar in Chancery
iii 4n
IM 11
F.I (eontd
Ladys Man
1.tine Dear
Love Nest
March Winds
..!.> Daj
Miracle
Mounlbatlen
My Love II

)' r wanee
SHIPPING NOTICES
si n /, m imi 1 isi i 1.H11 n
iM A N / I
U ARABIA- Ml.edti.ed to Mil
lo.ni Melbourne 11th June. Illi.l-an- Eiul
l.iie Port Alma Mlh June. Svdne..
Pharos H th. arriving Trinidad end July.
- Ilarbadu* early AugUlf
M li HIT FAIItV- ii wheduled "1
(elding M1| f,m Mutuit t,i, juna, KVarUi ..
Innd nitd July. BHibane end July. Sydney
AuaTuit. SlrllHiuinr mid Annul.
..-iK.F.g .1 Tiinulad mid Sr|iteinl>ei
I Cargo accnit-d a.i througn m-i ..(
| hard froien eaigo.
In addilloii to general calgo there
Mggggl ,,v,. ., ,,!,. .., I... .Hilled and
I Hng for tinii.hipmrnl a* Trinidad
t.i li.ni.li OMaSM, Laara ,..i 1 .,..(
.aid l.landa.
Fur further parllculara apply
Leading Article
Not.....la
SwlM Roll
I '.--_-
Tucker's Kittv
War I^ird
Ability
Anna Tasman
Arunda
Beat Wishes
Careful Annie
Court C/Law
Dashing Princess
Doldrum
F* Fair Sally
Flieuxce
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PACE EIGHT
HARMADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY. JULY Ii. 1*51
Firs! British Champion In Sixty \ears "'jf^J*1
TLR/>/\ TAKES CMOWI\ ^|^^ Game
FROM R 1 > RORIXSON

v TURPIN-wha an Tin
ShlflBJ H;.y R hn.Min off the World mt<
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tartttnfl i
(cored i th>
n unit wi"
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mi if only in ihe .
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i Turpin oil Ihe'
.
;-.. liu< I I -
. Robinson by hanging limp
s 'SS2S
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ign.ing m...i...u .wai nnpp* poU .
lMd of M
\\ .ii in-.I i on Thunder.
( >> d round the boats
(, i : | ... i > im.-t around
i ,\i lUnj takdl :'" mark. Vunooag Ln-
i,.i out tM i won the creased on her lcud on tin-nm for
3
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R\V ROBINSON
Tin Old Champion
SLOW SCORING IS
KILLING CRICKET
Rule her On
Murder Trial
RANDOLPH TI'HI'IN N* .Miildlruriclil < liampion
of the World.
Vamoose Undefeated
In Tornado Series
lvf*aslNrt)
i.v the i ornpai stive
rurpla 1
almost unknown i
toundod Hi
ie Bay Street mark. Zephyr was
ping the New York i, | e to il|> a few set-..-
15 rounds. A RaVi lecUi with a hmd on S defeated Kuiil's It-ad but l;ulect to Overtax*
of 18.0O0 m i ~. fjdrU, which wai ..... hei Vanwoac howev.
ed the i ice some lime when she hail in make
mini
avo i -.-.. punch.
-
Robinson's gates world collapsed ,
he'll eei a chance next
10 I*t lii
title back
Hi v. .i- bettei that I
said, withoui offei in .
any alibi
(CIV)
hour, tack begot* desiring the
Bay Street mark. At the end
the both ware <<>* **> no handles VM^m*
third, but Turn., boat. galled 1 .tone) .....I of Will-


had a load of i
icok hk
ii in the fourth
mtirrstui.'
linute
heln
III IIV^UMt .. I il |7 .
I...... ''.' ......'" T'""""
Trainers Usually
Jraaefaa Warning
On Doping
rouml whi-n he senren hurde
I round
pell.
In me Hn.il round
nd
Noel Bmptafa in
did a oriaa of acrobata
.,.,,. befote he linnlly dropped out 'jf
lulled I ick In the ilfih rot -.,- on it*
but Roblnaon cauiht I |f '" nrrt roun' i i ., body waa out ol
tlw boat wlii|i> his hand reached
Iho sixth to li>ke Ihe round. It*" The hiKnlighi i oaa the deck for tin- UUei
when George Ho I in head was above deck.
lUnuiei behind htad those who watchod
! ..in. with two o" I- on to the net but failed to gain time goi
aa and Tbundei swnnssa.
(By KI('IIUU> BAERLEIN) a| withoui > Jib. Vamoose kepi the lend and An-
\Htmp i "1 the rrowd - '' [..... '' mlnuta and 3d
rioted tin ,.iuv.i ot 1- " '' ...... ahaarf of aWI, which waa
,u u. i. .- i Atlas - buttlmt m,n dj>e -.Kii^.of earecnina; it econd. Zephyir nnlahed. third,
. | i
of every foili oi old i I v Ihhig lik
racing
uiiK U i

dellghl of the crowd I i i lea and ten *.....i
not in tin beat Interest of I
i ,' i havo bean about
peeled
But Iba Import
Sidcnl nuiM nut !- mis--ii
i oil iii the grent-
, : .in u,.- a eld ha- be*
n the beat-run stable In
gnropa
fourth, muat lava beai
' atui m .Hot -. i Lh.
Inr.1 iutL NoM
rum her
in the i ni'i
! iirvin
Robin*.....
Us have Ui-n 00 i :. aaid h.
-
. i .i
I to catch the
,i leeeon Irohi rodd) Hood who

ICI> win
Sea \>iii|lis Heal
' rsiiline Coiiveiil

Rohlnaon
while UW large atablea.net away talklna much. He had
'
without being
i ni
Nothing could he further t;
the truth. Vaecainarjr iurg< l\| >tg|i punch'
,., ;:;;,
in nu opinion aome .,., Mm......,. ,Bf_,^ ,fe_ ,,_
mtefeatlni pan .-f the ra n ** "C"-** '', ''', '
cored B goaia, Tom tlrowtte
. heiween the laat tWO I
[in.
i | te .. ndi bet
Tha
nb
and Uia itawai i H Hi wi with a talrl) itroni
ing away a man'* living, 1, ,.
thev K" '
being aon Ho won ant ftafatj In iwt pared by Teid> Hood l|
Vei CeM Tell II within the diatanci Hl
wi 11. th- bonei are wi nun *
,.,.,.,, ... ;. ; | .,
inary surgeon on dun can nor- Cemi etoal declared 'No deel vt nooaa Ii-ok uh load I
mallv tell if any norm ha In the atari She wai
been doped ... .....
II ma. [> i H n I i I
__<,. 4 |m- Ze|
'leered thli marit about three
1 Joyce cJdrtOin
\;.,u Jones one each. Joan
artuit tha lone goal for
By CLYDE WALCOTT
JUNE 25.
Kishion's Uth match of the
*oawn gave them their Oral aie-
loiy at Cnfleld on Saturday. Al-
'.hiKjfh the gods of enrket
Livoured the villagen. Enfleld had
|i reeume their innings on what
had been a batsman's wicket after
:enl rain had fallen to
lurn the tablet in favour of the
lOwler. Enfleld were all out for
'.20. after being 110 for 4 wicket*..
Clyde Walrolt lop scored with 59.
Tha Wanatt lolled out tvy and
Kiihton who lost three early
wickets were not discouraged and
i viand by Ramaboltom and But-
ie' addinit SO runs, brought Hirh-
. lory Walcott raptured
3 wickets for 50 runs m 12 overs.
Wrfcott now has an aggregate of
038 runs in 12 innings and has
taken H BnehMa,
For once in a way Everlon
HV'vken wu disposed of (or a
i omparativrly modest score, but
IB amateurs gai
power, with Banham hitting R4
n,i Bancroft 55. Bacup declared
at 213 for 6 wickets against
i <_-. Everton scored 33
in |uet over 20 minutes. I-owei-
house were given 120 minutes to
' Hie nans, but the Bacup bowl-
ers were always on top and
l owetttauaa were all out for 114.
Roy Marshall was l.b.w. to Aah-
worth for II, Weekei> took i
wickeli for 34 runs m 12 oven
Other outstanding performances
In the Lancashire League are as
follows:
BATTING
Oul Mahomed (RamsboMom)
101: Bill Allev (Coine) 71; D.
Phadkar fNelson) 50 not out.
BOWLING
IVmson (Todmnrden) S for 2";
Phadgar (Nelson) S for 34: Tribe
tall) 6 for 55; A. Ranis-
bottom (Risliton) 5 for 21.
Bruce Pairaudeau was bowle by Phudkar for a "uuck". J. K
Holt scored 21 for llaslingden
aaainst Todmorden. He has nut
been re-signed by llaslingden for
1852 season, but is expected lo
play in the Central Lancashire
Laacue
Cromplon had their first win of
the season on Saturday against
Litlleborough. Sonny Rainadhm
,ly responsible for the
victory lakinu 6 wickets for 23
runi latilelxirough balled fn-l
p| 'kittled out for 75 runs
on a perfect wicket. Cromplon
had no difficulty in passing the
score for the loss of 5 wickets.
II was a subdued Frank Worrell
who look over 21 hours to score
91 not out against Werneth. Rau-
i tlffe declared at 1"9 for 6 wickels
giving Werneth IWO hours lo gel
the runs. At the close of pla>
Warnath had scored 111 for the
loss of 4 wickets.
The West Indian XI without the
Ellis Achong and Clyde Walcoti
played at Clitheroe on Sunday.
Despite heavy showers the game
provided some bright cricket
Frank Worrell G8 not out and J
K Holt 43 batted well on a trick>
wicket to enable the West Indians
to declare at 159 for 6 wickets. M
Pike of Clitheroe took 4 wicket-
lor 32 runs and Alec Gill had 2
wickatfl including that of Evarton
Weekesclean bowled. The Cli-
theroe team replied with 123 for
1 wicket*. G. Garnett scoring 64.
The majority of West Indians in
(he League re-signed for the 1852
Mason and will return after the
Australian tour.
g, from PagO :.
(By PKTKK niTTON) bele*n her brother and
THE RECENT RUM PI S at Trent Bridge, during which Oaagfciitniiii rumbe.batch
Simpson the Notts captain bowled an over oi under- JJaastoeTawi aim lob-; Id Will WooHer, the Olamoipan skipper turn ltl). ,i ,,.^ groiarr a aagaat
the sputlight mtst effectively on one of the Unsavoury aeph Cauatberaiwh dpi
sjpacts ..t ciukci "V *** "" ''-" sl" w.
Noliang is calculated lo be more should be given more of an equal "* tajned lo hU brother sad
Ix.rmg than a learn scoring at the chance. Bowlers should be en- ** * ntt ** "Im r-
rale of S6 runs an hour throuah- cour.iacd to attack the stumps In 'bin*. I owe him. not nu
0d the first da* of a match on so doing thev will afford bataanen Joeepn Cumbcrbatch. she said.
batsman's wicket Yet that was the '.pportunity to make shots went off and shouleu ba<
the i,iie Glamorgan were aehiev- rhen U1 be no aacuaa for a rta- hat h> had r JaeMnan was
.iig when Simuhon took a hand in tenable scoring rate not being home and he wourd go for it and
the proceeding*, and became inci- maintained and there will be more reiurn. T.-n to fifteen minutes
dentally the lint Englishman since finishes to matches, with tha ie- later he return*
1939 lo bowl underarm in first- wit that the County Champion- Mlii i-il out and a knife in his
,lass cricket in this country aMp will take on a new lease of hand -._..,
Simpson afterwards declared Ufa VI
Hurt the Glamorgan rate of seor- ... ,. Ihougbt he ha
low w loo slow o" easy pit h Wool*" and Simp-.,, by thdr and
ana thai none of the batsmen with foni el Trenl Bridge have norm
the exception of veteran opener helped to sueed the process of the could soon see some sport." .he
Emrys Davtes. tried to pis
forcing shots.
The Reply
The replN by Wooller was tha-
the snekat wst so easy |
the hall did not come through
tun.klY enough for In
And on top of
Ibis Notts bowled defensively to a
t .. field which meant that
the batsmen had lo lafcl
they wanted to step up the rate ol
Wcmller further pointed out that
Iha Trent Bridge wicket has such
a reputation for big totals that un-
less rain interferes the matches
usually wind up in a fight f..r iTSt
innings points In theas dreusn-
Stancea he did not -e that Olamor-
!: ere uioi.i; u, scoring ai thee
Both Wooller and Simpson will
have man> aupportan They are
those who say that run-getting is
ihe main consider at ion, whatever
;he slate of the wirkct and there
ra others who will applaud
Wooller for his stand against the
feather-lK-d" type pitches which
-aniioi produce definite conclusions
lo a Ihrce-day match-
The trouble is. Of COUrM, that ,
bpth views are right. Then- 11
nothniK calcukatagl la kill crlrkat
more surely Off mOra quickly thani
sgona-walllng bj batamen, partlcu-
iarl> on the opening dai But no|
iKitsman If* going to throw his t
wicket away unneccssarih Mpa-
elallv if he is a profession ,1 and
his living depends upon his ability
tc score runs for his county. More
particularly. DO batamai
o take foolish risks on a wicket
which is so full of runs th.it totals
Of 450 and Upward are the rub
rather than the exception
Too Defensive
Then is far ino much rj
ivpe bowling to a defensive field
No names no pack dull, but there
are more than a tew lop-rankmu
howlers In this country al the mo-
ment who are content to bowl de-
fensively and wail for the bats-
man to make mistakes rather than
go for his wicket and risk benn
hit.
Trkket is becoming more la
need nf rnforms every year. It
U nnl. hope to continue nour-
ishing if more maiehes reach a
AeflnlU conclusion. This is not
possible on wickels such I toal
t Trent Bridge They should M
alioliihed Batsmen and bowlers
necessary reforms, then they will said,
have struck a great blow for the Her
successful continuance of English look
cricket.
Arthur Pmait gays:
BLUE IS OFTEN KEY
BALL IN SNOOKER
ARTFUL aoooasr piarvr* oftm
urtateh wm itle coiijur-i 01
portrliDK Dlua. DlOS U(" DUCK. Ill*
rf aoeaa
ertndos itlch fron
window Joseph Cum)
asked him if he wanted the two


>ick and threw it bchhw hln
I: I I
him thre.>
tt.G. Helps U.S.
Mhwrul Slack
N* la m-m of GEORGETOWN. B Q .
eSnrts.* "'iii't^C Ju'x 1'
wld-h \c. MM Stocks of UJJ iiuner-
posiuOB or "--_ ala ara being strengtliened by sup-
plier from British Guiana Indus-
i i.il diamonds in repayment of the
ttaJSr n"r loon of M'.*00 to Kurupung Pla-
wmi -tin. dan Ltd. Lorulon and New York.
?rou>Vus" t ' J financed company formed lasl
ludaM ihot roi. year to investigate its possibilities
rune gown *!o and expand ihe production of in-
throute -o x. dustrial diamonds*.
ro iwh in- The loan is being used to -
rt*i rueSTrevfi v'd* specialised equipment for
sown ase mi*iaa excavating, drilling and diamond
recovery testa and labour.
RAINS KILL 28
TOKYO. July 11.
28 persons were killed by flood
and landslides resulting from four
days" torrential rain in south-
wc-lern Japan. Eight persons are
missing and lour in*ured
-l-.P.
thai In n.....
in.ii i- taken the Hi rl nnie ..
h(iiu> from a certain ruble -mds al
seen la be Rt^ortvd MS Named
, warned not ''* r'",irar ,taou lead Thabo
'! .Fi.< Oi,. th. lion Of Bl
..i m fuluie
ANTIGUA. Jull II.
u.8in., lice it hai i aaneMU then ta.-ked soutri to ni
roved H 1 -i I III hup- Mr. J M \. I' " Uu
Antigua, has bat
Nothing could be fairer Irian ad Chlel Regiii t
ihat. Ihough It muat I On it) Bted from
tha- I hi m the Grenada |! mH.mI and 0| %&!>?* uhlril
1 ,,
Sirei ......
' I
on Zephyr,
nil scattered on'
y, Withoui i
i invent
The las ma wai
Baa Nyaipaa: Anne Eckstein,
Kckstein, Mary
Knight. Tom Browne, Nancy

i raallae Ceaeaat; i.. LySn,
Marilyn Sung, Tom,- Nlevea
Capt 1, Bkhtj HenxaU, Roaa>
eancy, Bdwlna Psnorai
and Joan Laanlaa.
gtun
i
.. in Fish vn .
Itonilas. The Referee is Mr A
nol done
The testing of a *
dale |
a SI I i
in |
,t belli
; .
rk in ihe firm
t wai then
i i the middle ol nJ k In
Summerhayes
Tennis Rvanlls
.
ihe v Da Lima rropfu in the
Tennis Club
Tournament, conlimieu at BUBA
mer h n ratcrdi gfl.......
..hen I) W. Wlla and .) s B
II D A Wile
x Q. Chanary t; .1. a 1, n :
The Touraamanl cool
Raturdai when the -<
will be played. The nxturss 10
this are a* follows: E R. Atkln-
Mn and C v oi
H E w. maf and l* O. I
..... D W, Wiles and J.
ii> V C. ''':- .
u Chenary,
The dr iw I
Baturds)
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by M. Harriion-Cray
Dnlrr 1 Weil
Lore alL
N.
4> R S
Kill
4 its?
W. 1.
UM $lsV
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a.
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When USA.
Europe In the recent .._
Championships, their bid-
ding was One HeartTwo
Diamonds: Three Clubs-
Three N'o-Trumps; Four
Diamond-Four Ho-Trunips
Ka.sta caution was afSBBge
-iler Weil's high reverse
followed by Diamond sup-
should fall. South lad 4> lo
WHAT'S ON TODAY
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Water Polo Flying FUh
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ahandonlng the suit. Hearts
South no: carelessly dis-
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The Weather
TODAY
Sun Rises: i a.m.
Sun Sets: S-25 p.m.
Moon i First Quarter) July
It.
l.iihimi: 5 00 p.m.
Illch Water: tM am. lO.a.,
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Kainlill (Cudrliillon) ml
ToUl lor Month lo yester-
day: 1-43 i
Temper .lure iMik) S6-a 'W
Temperature (Min.) ITJ "F
Mind liir.i in.ii i9 a.m.) '
13 p.m.) ENE.
Wind Velority 12 mile, per
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.008
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