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r.'VT.n EIGHT RARRADOS ADVOCATE SATIHOAY. Jll.Y 14. 1951 Play All Cricket Test Games At Lords Leave Out Old Ttafford ll loinMac Adam SavillrNow For Davis Cup (By I KWK ROSTKONi Nrw Wlmbtodon ctempioo DU i .i annual • 'lus by flying from Loni lay court i hurting in Chicago. told nv U %  L no is In in;ikc lh< %  %  J.ipan it. %  CO tpta < %  weeks' time i'l, n.uvelvunderi think my Wimbledon win will h>-ii> mo I<> •! %  place." I m K.inly will. Muster Savitt, and, >>>' ona l"'k of things. Ausill llnd it H much biggerthm-uiUclpftMd probtam t'<> proven! the in.hid of the WimMOdOn und Auntruliiiti li'i< the deciding I I \l TargH populni i Wiml Ion IH %  -hold I I INI i PI idlotioi • a Old Ti.iitMid u I vcnut fur Test mala thai often don't H tin ished. manner or another Il time sumubodv in the blgh*1 n-alms of ericktf upped and made %  move t<> throw Manchaat cricket curriculum mattei i ngham .t iii [t, too, I it from %  i i| summer %  w II Hart | .<•. to Ettl i .1: WOfUOQ 1 %  ..,,i Shirley fry to plu> ii) HM Ktg|,..-Ihe headquarb it i I i %  . %  • t hii n to London to the pi ice I Bl %  %  ,l,: "'' e the t 'i % %  to to to %  OT I D, ami 00 i'll the thing! lidoa ill over |hi oanl do whi :i tin. [on winning v. In Write Them Oil %  "'" %  Neithri Nottingham nor ManNl> l lL "". lor a ran %  %  ; ,''' v sooner tl %  l ," K AH ii tournament at iea M.. — iShlrli foi the national double! ALPBBD V til MIX 'VALENTINE" LEAVES %  cjuniy teonu In b< I Th< %  ' %  ll " t ,i l them also make the Hip to I II i OH July III ,. i Awed valentine leave* Ihe at B ton. or the Wand by plan,, on August 3i for raoa f. i the Oh nd rnnama when ha will km thi Loweetofl 01 the Cup Final at s.s. Akaroa, bearing ihc other Aecrlnfton, or the All Wilt I bbean. Tnej will proceed Zvaland. Ihi n i trataa, fron the i %  Cup She Ii the fourth pl.'iycr to win ii three title* The oil i anglen, Alice Marble, and l-' British Guiana at the World A5 tt Is. too I toss and The I>.G. Association > to '" I iwn T. i KIrkinUlloch. i %  riln| %  j vie and more tutUng aoanui '-i' m-si tennit of the fortnight ..'it;.. equal eondltlong I. I uldnt :,., Men WHAT'S ON TO-DAY Pol Ire ( .inn— 10.00 a.m. Meeting of the Karbadix. Civil Service Association at t'ombermere school — 1.10 p.m. Openliii of a Bab} Leaxur. St. Andrew — 4 p.m. r.>!i' c Hand Charily Concert Wakcfield. BrilUh Council. — 5 & 8 p.m. CRICKET Today is (he l*i day al the second series of First and Intermediate crtrket and the l..-i day of thr third in Srcond IHvUlon. In the Flrat Dlvblon the matches are — Wanderers w F.mplre al the Bay Plrkwlck vs. Spartan at Ihe Oval Police vs. Y.M.P.C. at the Park Cnlleie vs. Carllon at College Combermere vs. Lodge at Combermere The ltitrriTiKll.tr Division matches are ;— Cable AVtlrcles> w Spartin al Boarded Hall Menial llospllal vs. Wanderer-, jt Hi.. Roek I:ii-mi'in n. Empire al Hie Garrison Windward vs. Plrkwlck at i "in:.. Road The Second Division malrhea are :— l i r. vs. Combermere at Bank Hall Y.M.P.C. va. Wanderers at lsc'kles Road I.,tdie vs. Foundation at Lodge Carllon vs Police al Carlton Central \%. (nllere al Vaucli Leeward vs. l-irkwlck Foster-a, CINEMAS i % %  %  %  ,.i,i..., Thr**" — • >.4 %  v m '"" %  •ii •*'..ii. W ail 11 Tour Of India 18 Temptation To Bedaer MCC ore caiefuliy leeling the >. v uefore officially cnoosing their me for India, tri*. only metnua?r I which thus far announced U .NiH'l Howard captain (write* :'ru'i Harris). Sourdinga arc being Uken to nd >.ui who is available, th# ..f.pruwh being through the county nubs in the caa of the pro*. I understand that such Inquiri s havg been made concerning very member of the side. Players decline to discuss the matter until ihey are definitely asked, but it 11 easy to Judge how the wind UOWB. My prophecy is that Ikin, Kanan, Taiiersall, Laker and Graveney will certainly go, Lut not Brown. Unlikely The choice ot Howard implies i %  much. Compton. is unlikely m-cause of his knee trouble, Wat>cn because of his football comfitments. Doubtful cases are those of Mutton, Bcdser and Simpson; all .'nese had a severe tour of Australia last winter and have nad a surfeit of cricket. Spooner. the Warwickshire keener-bataman. is a strong conJldate. So are Rldgway. of Kent, ,s a fast bowler, and Poole. of Moiu, as a left-handed babtman. Hedser. who ha* done an enormous amount of work In the last three years, would do well to take i winter's rest, even though the ierr.ptation does exist to add to he ISO Test wickets already his. YACHT CLUB TENNIS RESULTS Following are the re*..)U Of yesterday's Tennis at the Yacht Club: — Men* Sini-lr*. (Semi-Final*.) C. Godfree beat W A Cnchlow 7—5. •—S. Mixed Doubles (Semi-Final*) Miss G. Pilgrim and G. H. Manning beat Mr. and Mr* If S. Bancroft. 6—0. 7—3 MONDAYS FIXTURES Mixed Doubles (Semi-Finals) Miss J. Wood and J D. Trimingham vs. Mis* D Wood and Dr. C. G Manning. 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Italy on the ncomllu, t bavo aothuu whatovoj to do ino with ihe actual batting, bowling; British Empire Wcightliitlng ('elding, am! laotK ibflttk i Federation. the IVtne gtarlad lifting in 1942 and ;;; l th f ; :;. SUMMERHAYES TENNIS Olympic lift Al the conTOURNAMENT iggro%  sco rnpii'h. i %  Bi Itith nu Su %  nig Club's Guiana 806 pounds. In AtlgU "* > "" %  '''• : iyod m racord In Un throa lifts, ling theatml-fli 1 de Lima with i %  Dounds In doubles trophy, November. 1943, hu broke tin ( H At* 1 WaUtar*Smltbi Be nold-DavManri I Ballon; Tuckej Trinidad Sports Shorts %  • Corr**tiond*nl • PORT-Or-SPAIN, Jut) IS. %  k Fordo, i it J.nnes Jackson, Ti dad's champion %  ,T %  i dfertanca on %  It is reported thai thi winnoi ol r l-T.C. Summer tweOp gan .i woodcutter of Bktha C. R. 1 W in* i .md L, <:.,". %  | iroat where when he pulled 270 pounds OVOTI!utchinon. l.urneis and woo-leutteiUva) head to better the murk then held D. W. 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SATURDAY, JOLT II. ltd BARBADOS ADVOC ATF PACE THREE DIPLOMATS SEEN IN PRAGl E %  %  (in;. |. i %  %  Tim w the in liable clue has teen produced u < trail of ine musin diplomats up to — ami ine Iron Curtain. 26 aixl June 2 i.mbauy in : Bt date Has been pmneu down. Next .1. 1 %  perl am %  I'raguc, and it l to London for close f %  aid:— On June 3. which was a Sunday. I drm with my wife about 12 mile* out of Prainte to tne Hotel RMM .. plMMllI little %  I %  %  couple if Luxury .1 BUM hall .i dawn room*, %  %  ..Hi | -pi' itirva bar, ana .. %  you escape '.tic foiling oi being •pied on lh.it we all get in Prague Western diplomats often go there VI i %  •i the Communists %  %  | ml for I mljnari My wife md i an h i %  140, WhI N.I lun.lt i Ul] occupied —by two Ei>K''nj Caech girls. The ffl : : %  strangers to lit, :.nd in Ciechoslovakli these mi all the British tbera, Wi all The girls WIT.pi. the type of girls who ure p.nd to show n good llri them. The BngUahmen look Utt* %  i They wen r rod win* v.. bet and tnlkim• other in dear, educated No Unioimt We wondered who |1 %  be. Obvioosi> not trade union* %  crac] ould have piaanata: we know them all and meet most ol them lor then li no %  gib h reii %  rhe taller man, littlng In proi (•; away Irom Id In 'he empty re m) aerutlny %  %  four roee, i did noi at anted. on Through the wide window 1 %  aw them Ro off in a ehaufleurdrtVOn Hunk, sky-blue, with urI i BCh l itnljerplnlc — forelngers in Prague get distinctive How with red numbers. %  %  |. :., Maclean .md IL'II A week later we taw U El %  i and wirecce? .. itii .i enock. The tall man in Rene's MU Ma.ie.m. the other wi %  Bui % %  • It is dangerous to discuss such discoveries on the photic. ao 1 went round to u British diplomat, i. friend of mine in Prague, and. sitting in his bathroom—with the %  i, ..rophoneabout—I told Inm what we had Man. Ha knew Burgess and and said they % %  : them. I went hark to Ran**! onea Of twice in the hope of running into tiu'Tii. but thai did not inow up The belief in Pr*fUS ll that they have -gone on" to Want* HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle B&V i. W Smill.. H V I-'. Sen Fiao.lyn l> K M 1 r. ,,r i 4>i fcUrt' (T,* TlW *M Bi MlH> M V MlaianUl MM r.aj Cani llod-.n I i i ii Ul R a Aim Knam-i. 4*: xitafibo V)i IiUnd *r U Ion J.^eph Imi rWnarta %  ratkm la •* %  nrf Capl Gumba. (i I' Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy) Backache, Kidneys Strained! Ir Touch With Barbados Coast Station ilh llir lollbWInl %  I i|. li.111 ili %  Atoll. H S ll.iiin. LaW %  Ah-oa RoanK' s s it.. > a* M n>M. si .ii*fi.. v.., v %  I. s s ,. 0 d Oull II Hivr I .1. %  ... %  i. Pi %  % %  • I 18 iiiin'i Pi 1 S Dodm i umit. i v ion M\ A Way To Be Cool NKW YORK t i V: e u e d in BO< an havt A. lilt degree temperatures tonight for a > ar.' %  % %  -Wen; ha .aid. We %  The fa-day cruise, in the 34.000d liner (artinia. w,is more than sold out A wealths Cauforgdan, who (lew 3 000 miles to New York on a chance that someone would cani I his passage at the lal minute. thi BtSI No one : .Hit Thenwere champair.' in the state rooms Many of the 568 paiei)K r ,vl n 5.500* parlour, and both* is the Rev Rtanwy Ga^rK (iertor of Clracc Chttrch, %  ,'. %  rhe i -dfl from a ilth) oartln Ihe phone ONE-TIME bnseball 'Ur Hugh wile today In Atlanta, fieorgi.i. and denied %  etaarai thai hf w... tin f.i'.ii.-i <>( %  ncthef woaaan'i child He .11 hlmaaU Ul wife pleaded with him. Bu' he %  aid: NO, thi* is my tin hot I wf dead To|>-se*rel senrch si ORia OF aOEM Ul searching tvi i *'-•! trf the wild and desolate i Mountain, Colorado where a giant airliner smashed 50 people to death The men are military Intelligence 0d tiiev arc looking for top-secret document! which one of the 'i-.id. Lieut -Cotonel_ Merle Parti was earrylna. Is il prarv? ELDER STATESMAN Barnard %  %  .delight Ha writer -Malik asked Da you think the appolntnent of Oeneral Marshall as Defence Secretary m.nn^ a prrvenIva war*' l .1 know General M.Mhflll %  n i Vi, i aatd, 'but you want peace in ) ifC without niWrenee to the satellite eouniries or the live* of o'.ier people.' I ilniv bj tm in.. E1UC JOHN8TI IN, br Hollywood'l '.., BI Kh Anhin Ranh and highly unpopular —role. As Econonuc Btabulaatlon Adimnistralor. I.c tdls glum Senators that tneta should be an Immediate rise in taxation or at least $10,000 million (1:3.571 million) Duels mean jail SENATORS, btii) trying to hammer out a 'code o[ ethic* foi tovernmenV' loy with the tiotiiiii of taatorlna dueti a %  • form foi charai lei assassingoloi Unfortunately, there li %  law that says you can i;o to jail fur tea J %  ii % % %  much ; issue | challenge with pistols or swords Tlie sheikwife FVEHVIHiDY said how romantic H wai ..Inn petitioning the Manhattan court for permission to change her name bock to MrConstance W.llin-n She nays the other version is so cumbersome. Stup, t .. %  I I I M i.— CALIFORNIA'S .Su|)erior Judge Edward Molkcnbuhr is fed up Witli Hie d|V-clC I him if it would be all figlit to enforce minimum prices m MB Said the fudge, .i I.. (xrrmanent Injunction restraining them from go doing, "Where are wa to gtop in the i i latton m this country founded on ( %  . | :.'. —till thOM scenes THE portly opera slAr whose girth outwalghl bet glamour has long been a Mandb) jest. But now New York's Metropolitan Opera it in trmitic with the police becaus* nery. Tin icKuiaiion -..*> ii" s.cnctv longer than 33ft. can be unloaded in a New Yi ;k -licet And hawkeyed policemen, ain.cd with tape %  %  i pointed "Ut that the an (Of Aidn* T "• %  the limit WEST INDIES m PARLIAMENT LONDON. 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I-M.I F c.l I! B \I:I:\IMS \IIMM MI s\n 1:1\s ii i v 1i B\RR\DOS#AIA r OGATE CLEAN IOOII TIM %  %  %  %  %  j.-,,, Itloo oi DM aba'! U .,1 || vai %  >< % % %  M ;| d % %  %  :|r ; ,; -"> l of th, attemp. mi i turh. i modi ""I 1 plan Instead <>t quipping i si/r. Tn*i luJpmenl Installed brie stunning appai Dui: there has been an Incr lumbar <( anlmala II, the market but thara was no effort in make the conditions undai which the! It had bean previously pointed out that poattton o. U %  to its cloaa proximity to tha Public i.n\ whara human both' %  ctad for past marten %  easy to build a new abattoir on anothai iita and inatal tha new equipment Tha ContUttens under which meat Inspactlon been done in tha Mai kai haw I Irving and it is fortunate thai thara has been no outbreak "f disease traceable i<> faulty examination oi meat. Tinhigh adard cA tha work has been due to the ciencyoiCh Simile tha Superintendent (I the Market who is responsible for the inspection, Tinclimax came with tha visit oi an m tha Colonial Office, who marked recently that if the S.P.C'.A. and the PubUc Health iiullimilu-s hail bean r'iTij no meat for public consumption would have bean allowed from the Market The decision to build a new abattoir hi i come too roan and it is to be hope*! that the Government will not only build I %  laughter house with adequate n equipment but that tha existui relation between the abattoir and the Public Mortuary will be ended With all due deference to the C Office OfficiaTi obaervations it must be admitini however that under the present regulations in Barbadoa the most modern i ttoir -it the Public Market can only be in the nature of a show window to loi regulations governing Ihe Miling of stock and the marketing of meat continue. apply i. tjie. Civ. ..f Bridgetown. slaughterhouses outside the Cit / limits when qualified Inspectors would be detailed to examine the meat, would have to be established If the entire population ii to bo protected a galnsl dls> REVIVAL WITHIN the hist couple -i months Britain ha i %  revival in sport. The standard in Britain in certain forms of sport had touched a new low level aftei tha war and therefore It ii en ira ing tffind ih.it a coma-back is beij top of the wo: Id in i \ Randolph Turpin who has won for Britain the Ml weight championship of the world, a title not held by Britain for sixty yean it is true that Turpin's parents hail irom Bl (;.ii.ma. I.ui Randolph was born in England baa lived all hu life In Britain Two West Indians domiciled In England, M aunnftng track Even though there has been a tailing •iff in thistandard of British Football, or rather a more rapid bapra ment in con! d South Amei taken all in all. British spori is now definitely on the u] rationing is a thing uf the pa I ; Indication thai Britain will \ t'nr proud posit i-M-. in : the century The* Boy Wilts Hear* One* Of The World* lr< aiesC IX'aine* %  s< %  %  : any other i A %  n> ii'i. %  Hi -ii v I.I: pall boy who la today M; < %  %  marrying. ,\ Peer Haa'i Baa %  %  %  % % %  in IK4! .f John Howl .i %  John Reertsndi b* i an %  ..n'i Hi %  SIX tin I si ,i brutal %  %  %  %  %  1890. %  f St.llLl.V. illI %  Adopted Bab] 1 I I %  t the 14 roomi I ... .. Itm no child %  %  l UDM RODH1 pied—and %  1U04 he %  M i* iie crowto ii-.nlr BMSBail f> %  l.nt / %  .( %  Ml] I pirbrlghl %  i %  HI H IEK1 : %  .. j j M.I.J ." i | in Eton I World Wai with thi I Ith : notable public work %  Htrh Sherlfl f"i H"com Mpmorii'N %  %  I would h %  sii.i wai u %  ta baby whom Ihey renamed Hicnard Morton Stanley riie boy who -.will soon leave too. i,% been ip*nt at llu> house j with th I All who knW hln, Ay he love* h .11/ Hill \ei \ %  | I ivironmcnt influence a" trcagely .ibated • %  Mi o %  irers lut-ii %  ii .. i .wn esrtalii the boy ir. astpirad bj ;n-iiifvrments just as much as boyi 11 tents f.iiTiihf and) t tati man> here—are inspiret '•ouurs won by their blood "After his An i H I . hould do well." 1 A Clue HOW Ma M DensU B< i '' for their ai rwrld herltase, %  know. Bui peiii-pN a duo u " i i plorQ wtfa winic hi*auto%  %  She a! i %  low, rriendi and tncouratjamao %  pain. Vi'l .ill Hit natural blessing: ...... i,-, ha received m n i: %  "i bell %  ptinf his atloptet bo died soon itl niondlna tba lonoly boy An urgent (orcImp) till %  i ... I .. inirmng dSSlra 10 'Njbllti n lam which had %  %  i>v i a.* ye Tlir Oilier IVr.sian NKW YORK. S N Enl uf the %  %  Finr ITI • %  daya—and perhapi foi we< i-. asm will bsva little ohanee, in iha ..... taik or bl insIns to a cltn i rod to and the Korean conflict II i pro) bl) the qulele I preN I produn I. H. %  I Haul hTonrl Iia'i Herbert I iiui ho i i i i Ive .it.ill'• %  Li> a itiiiiiinmii and 1 i i i Even Russia*! Jacob Malik, who % %  : lactln, . %  . %  He alwa rs %  peeks in %  i %  t eneh M lithai complained more than once thai II. u with tin' dlsnl Nations." Mi* grooming has n | oatruci nti for hi* exi ellent \ i do not iikin change %  tailor or n barbei i .mi too lax) to explain twice ti"' MOM thins i.mdominated % %  %  hi..: i in awn that ho ridltviiiie hK eeeatry ieta • %  • hrollrd Wttfa Itnt.iMi. Mr. Inlesaaa trirs in aaUJa aaotawr iidillii I mi Ihr "llii r side ut I'tr Htitld. %  "I will icll you < viivHung about • >nc said :' ,in Inleri l ..in DO, ..nil l have a very sm:iii i tosam was %  i .i ram.ii>oiit hli . ho ahiei il |lclt> The only appointmenti he can be n Had upon i" i ved degrees In law ;il the heron and Paris I ol i %  U %  i %  men ted 11* man who e master i r B .1 i'i ittond the birth of II 11 with n i h.iv %  Lions," ho %  i navei ythlng. Thai is I ;'..ii hi adjoa If this assembly %  will be tha main thine in my lifi.'." Sleepless o busy st the United Nati oi that aameono once observed ..nld have to be Lilted on the agenda there to gain hl consul' l i MI n.v.r HII when I >m asked why I am not married,* 1 >-.• i lut id' aay ii* a j<-k<" i am loo young." Sufferer fron insomnia, Bate* Utn rcadj itch authors as Mau; \l.uighnm until he entlj exhausted tu %  He goea t" movie alone and Hu in on .i tUm that he once or twice before. He can't it-member titles. Unfortunt neve the same %  ;!h plots. I; ooldnl bad memory i %  most diplomats, Bntassm is not In low with QM sound of ins own vol Ha once proposed that doJegatea to the Un b | N H on pelted to listen to then I i TinSeal Speech !., that Nee ( • i Berendaon aa. i tan i'ii v..i %  tha i i ever heard Man) %  n hours to sa> Ii %  the waa option I the future, he warned: "•You be ;i iH-SMinist Ite., re you lose courage.' 1 (..I'vmuHT naaanvcD r. NOBODY'S DIARY .Hea n fay—Suapscion, they used to H| wit); aopla in Barbados. You don't say. as my North American friends cutely put it. I lind that suspicion is no special cfaanwterlstk oi this little island. I was telling; .i itranajai tomethlng ;iiut the island the other day. He didn't believe a •POIsJ I .said. Why should he doubt me? My KUCSS would be that someone had been pumping him. Which only Roes to prove that gossip is a bad thing. Tuesday—My friends tell me that there is a racket in culture going on. People affect to be interested in culture with a capital C. It takes many forms. Best example of the week is that given by an old schoolfellow who was enjoying himself at a barn dance in British Guiana. His enjoy* ment was somewhat marred by a poet who broke in on the festivities during a lull in dancing with the inane remark What are your cultural activities? v'ednrMlay—One method of keeping down the cost of living is to be a fisherboy Lonj; hours of the day can be spent with nothing on and only a rod in hand baiting small fish on the coast. You can't wear out your trousers if you don't wear them, hursday "Church stop that noise" are the words which my son used and the bells stopped ringing then My son loves noise but coming from n musical family (I have slept In hundreds of halls throughout Europe) he can't stand disharmony. These bells—"churching bells" he cal them—go dong, dong. dong, dong. dong. dotlg, until they stop They make a dreadful noise I remember reading somewhere that there is a bell-ringing society Barbados, in fact I am certain that the British Council once gave them £50 or so either to buy a bell or to teach people to ring bells There may be bells that ring tunefully In Barbados, but I haven't heard any to beat old Joe Frank ringing oul break, lunch and school over. rleaj ftrerythuuj changes. At Harrison 1 legs there is a very modern little library on I spot where we used to roam through the woods us boys. But the old library is still there converted into an office a*id book shop and bearing the rather frightening sign in block letters SCHOOL FEES. Where the Rover Boys and Fennimore Cooper, Jeffrey Farnols and Hcreward the Wake used to show tattered covers and stained leaves now gleam bright blue books about calculus. In another corner are textbooks on Biology while there is shelf after shelf of the 'History of Our Religion". Caesar's Gallic Wars are in evidence and many more. There are no Hunches. But one thing has not changed. The window where 1 smashed the pane with the ball I lifted off the 2nd eleven nets is still there ever though the pane has been repaired. 'ntiirday—My spies tell me that Princes* Alice is becoming the spot for Bebop Cricket they soy is the national sport ir. Barbados, but judging by the dances I sec advertised in the Advocate every Satur day, I would have thought more people danced than played cricket. Another thing about dancing is that it creates trade for the pudding and soust vendors to say nothing of the drinks. My spies tell me that the bebop at the Alice is getting really anatgetk and the partners gat thrown around quite some. Than is they tell me a lot of jive. Seem; time to me to change the Playing Field'! go'd name. How about the Reef Hop Palais? 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'A the BUB %  in be furmoui %  born%  Thej • %  lest pubUcal I n.in V 14) I %  ""iiui" Peeea. lae %  %  young ;,. i •Is In a borrouvd taguag. 1 %  Still lltvcl: li if Who've i % %  "''' apol sound ol tlifil unil the mtutrirr like Who asifl I i %  IfclM NIMIIIM II BY GEORGE HUNTE %  %  %  %  • I. %  UMH. I . WUn %  %  f I lorl, %  %  a U n 'i Iha Wnd %  i %  %  i I.v i i %  Bert ugoe %  %  %  \ %  ream would He '•[ blood— %  turn ad nauseam | i nultltude i llr\ i-.il nrUrh.il.-, %  1 correct an-suiv to this uncalled lui pleCO "I ;iutobiugraphy Irom a youth la "other people have" or. k.-v trying Old man, Iha end II rel when \'.read tf Met;, Kaana on the contribution o( me weal In iian ti. l.ner.iii %  m tad i. (aciwith lxnnu.it t. the kind <>t ivhMh HI avUent arnen iit aey: -The eootrtbuUOB oi tool band i* the ii >ntnbulion to the uorld %  ,.. .: i. ide %  %  ml ti n'i van! W I. Radin Hi"-.h'tliin iiothint! I i pm over w i writing to the W I. public." a sentei [ nt:ged charm but am pertinent appUcsUon to writing Wean h %  : quell tori 0 jrean but erhen H ere must tUU Heno 8* r .ill that has none before II la clear tt ;>i whether rlghtlt i I ri. not think th.it th Ign of .i definite tcrai .. M uld know about It There is irourasement beand writers like Edgar . iiui where ilwaya an Bam %  C( mpbell is a poem that suggests oflnO) with Iha insinislr''.m of |M,eiry.—the worlds poetry. The iipiiKUiitlon of John Harrison's Art in the Caribbean (a B.B.C. broia leeal | ara worthwhile, because John Harrison has somethlng t<> *>ay and raya II well, HIrevfcrw o( The Traveller's Tree by Patrick Leigh Fermor must bo l>e read. Other reviews which BUI unsigned or have initials cunnni pcanbtj Interest more than a fiw reeden. There i-. no doubt that Blm in serving .1 purpose In the Caribbean, but there ts no I :liat It could be more profitably edited If the bias were lias on ojuantti; and more on quality. I %  IIUloehnlcally well mitten Mark Learnn Another Leioen 03 Frank CoUymore would be more at home in the Combern.erlan than in a literary magazine. Hugh I'opham'o "Selene" 1 ardly aaami to merit publication Derek WalcotlS 'The North Coast at Night" does not appear up to %  i t ; which he has unde' %  cslablisheil alreedy. There re '-ir too many stories nd not 1 Bl ln'se writing la known to the newspaper public, appears to be at his best Kilgnr Mlttelholzcr s conversation umpetently written. II We>t Indun writers were to ntrata %  • Uttkt less on wonHering about their rontribulioTi to llteraluic and •' little niore on eombating the evils of bombas*. Insincerity and mediocrltv. there I be greeter scope let the At present the editorial la u*ed. FURNISHING FABRICS A WONDERFUL RANGE AT THE KEENEST PRICES! Need we remind you that we ere unexcelled for Furnishing Fabrics We are showing a wonderful range by SANDERSON'S which includes CRETONNES ami TAPESTRIES in LINEN and COTTON. 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S vi i 1:1 %  \ \ HIS 11 KAKUAIKIS U>\OI Ml i",(.i i n i P Planters .rivpare For Provision Crops I IT THE 1951 CH ahcd. %  %  i UncM md the wnll %  I | %  %  %  till .1 number oi Ik Id* whJ | well %  them said thai ... ;. %  %  l nix pl.mt n tondiliOn but number Of lleids nf %  ' reUow apl) now re%  %  At li 4.\III;II\ mwi'i'i \itM(. Goi I. Approve %  : p will %  %  %  %  %  St. Andra* the 0\ whauHng Macilnfttj us down thaii I TgB Die In Bridgetown .it 10.30 %  live with i the barj.iiiriv ,.. %  uiai Bargain h] % %  t t ( t i md behM ti.-rtaii^. u % %  .iuiin.ilm pui sold At thi i %  : ,,-ki d I I %  in. anicinls walk umriUlngl) Th i h.nr to lie pushed nut of %  %  | ties rhe • Wht i. m aid ;( butcher yaata i I'n-f.i the DOM %  BOM %  Th< ugh tha an much noise ii. M one WOuU OXpCCI •" "i i. imi"' re usualb il i til ML FortUHB Telling School. wll -' Tins L,.il\ amUlMd III > worked well UghOUt the ciop. Th. held up during pupUi will ad .. r,,,^ ,,i %  i % %  jects; S H i Ward appi %  ra-oul neid. md ire La; W W Reeci a iltini .i tractor lo prepare tin K Showers Ycedrd "S|ic. i;il" %  t h.ss %  lion %  ; It %  tha pupils m < %  to found In the Junior Di | n I In i iiiiiluoi.ii must DC LI a targa masbar af anil • %  ed their vhool Hie without benefiting from Hie lull.r %  aheol i\|Mrinn.". lli.l wan -uili-,1 II their age. itnce UM formal lessons the> r.. ilveil i M..d.iptBd t< pupiU miieh younaer ihoush oi ahracff patontJaUtlai Haai lhem*elvev lod.it the (iroriurlieii In tluJunior Iteiurlinriil h Ml''!' .ni.i iii.ii in the Baadar itepartmrni han risen l W %  •>' I .'7 1 respetth < %  ) %  Ilius the aawlla wfaaat adnea U a na l axpert ea aa waa lannarl] limited to ih.it -uiiiit im Hi.Jnaler Dal> riin in< f MIHM>K. umi en)*> %  fuller MfeaeJ rxperleneimar.ronalaaanl with th.-ir aar. an-l :;.t UH opp-irtlllliti dill" I iind.r Hie tha "ifi a rganw a Han ta dlMtiirr and deelr Ihau iperUI Interesls and -plitudei. s.. Car aa e-pilpmont is conhavi %  dch the school%  ufteTM 1 oi %  %  .'ded In my these will help tbl ibly", he said. n. v. Outran i .,. j. Crop is-liiokllig very well. but on account >( tha lata crop, rerj bai Irward lo cultt%  %  %  During the laii crop, they bad %  %  tha faetoi v. but the < i rot tin' Hi .1 !l Hiilimson Acting Govern m ent Analyst *'ho aaid that un Ajml T .. green ...ipet was brought to hirn with ,._._.. metal attached Hi i umlnad Uia rpet %  %  found •• hola In it and rop along the edge black li, umed thai tha hole wu .•.•.,' %  • %  -. liu'.nr. ' I I .... . %  i %  16,173 TONS OF SUGAR SHIPPED Tde Motor vsate] OajaMHUi t iiHoiru.'ior began loading ;i ahlp* menl "< • MO tons Bpeightstown tin st. John and Montreal yesterday. Shi .'d ,,t Bpetghtatown on Thui-wav From B lawn*! harbout wai teeming with I miiti-i rnan from tin en. wars arrivbig by busaa arid gatung to woi i 'hart workei labourers—some of wd from Spelghtatown ware %  > th l.ighteiv i < %  touai and six M< n'l m trolleys, wh tunning t (1 md rrom u* %  %  tha building >believed Id It w.is i i ia .i hotel 11. ol taking down lh< sen going mi f With ,i, the City, gollen to Dt ill *.. Iarg< %  %  Street whi rc t> : Lynchs building IN bethere n nudn tin i in Broad Blraat about .... i' .:. %  I ..i %  B Boxt Road liowavar, %  nd abnoat every building has gallery Their rn -t iagma N : tl %  JU.IKC r. 1. Tavlor and Judge .i W. B. i %  d with %  echnon .f Mr .• w i Walwyn, Police Hagbttrata and wlthoul prejudice • caat tht police \iibin rook Suttla stict. charging hbn "f ling tn tell fortui agent who wanted •• %  !•.. %  %  eon | . %  | had aped against the I Magi Lynch & Co ,•.'. a., ialon Mi I w Bar.V I < %  i oman (>lga Clarke who wag doing dull on Sutt HI J..IHI.UV .it 7 o'| || tl %  offenci wai commlWad wai he chief %  %  .. ., Harold Lyiv h • i led bouar when ( t.i %  h km. ked and Conk opened ih< door Lynch told Cook Hi.it ha .i. .i in feel vci\ hot -it nlghl and %  nii.i not ileep took invited th n to ill around i law He than wonl Into i i ."t • %  the mom whli h wa crei ned "tr and returned with % %  glaaa In which tlahisd v"i* floating on %  ome iiiHi %  %  frith in" 1 .< %  !!, %  put the lama on %  and told tl i i ima mi "I i.i.v r i r papai Lyni h wrota hi %  ., and i"" 1 took up tha pteci led I behind u* DRINK & ENJOY COOLING & REFRESHING 24TIN I flt-r Slttr't I ii I., a., PICNIC SETS II .V Cl {'ii. Ilenor ;.r. Rnporl M KM shipping i i tons. AH tl %  they h a ,i the Uggaatcrop ,,„ . ,, 0 „d tram 51* ifi I b .. i.. tt>. MERCHANT WILL PAY £5 Ordand OIoM A cs unc was yaotardai imWhat back Lynch told K i) N. Maxwell of I ha wanted in fortuna toM %  1...i. i Street by tha u i I i W.K.M ...M i i I thi Court of Api ' l 1 ;' 1 ""' Mi G ir.nii., and ML J W a reao Thfc r Crienen Maxwell % %  found two id %  %  ...: ill %  in Th. in/ %  At Hani st <; %  j 9,4 .1 ixwell mil and I (In h al ed sup|.i>n Bcial manure to tha ground. They H wai ball %  threw %  .. %  • %  0 ground provudi n 1 enU tii . %  • %  Beryl Welch V tlfllilltt'll >1 II M l< < 1 Hurdle tiikin a Allan Blunt and Hilda lllll 1 lung wholaaala price %  • 1 ds I'" Januar) 18 i Ins %  the lull tha maximum retail price %  Mi G. U. Jackie Grant Warns W.L Cricketers PORT-OF-SPAIN, warning thai the West 1 • .. ;i tough bowling alda thai would give nothing uway. lull be always on t li. offensive was sounded in Trinidad by Mr. G. C. Jackie Orant who led tha W 1 team to victory in the last Test Match of the I9SI tOUl "Down fn.l.i Ml month'! vae.1in.11 is Principal "f Adams, college in Africa. While conceding Oaaatraetar ki %  call .it Sin ightatown thi* Whan the Ceaaarneui 1 %  till of 16.175 tl of sug.H will h ( %  1 tfflth Mfora •! %  from Spelghtstown thli • %  deind in the LOWOI Court, 1 %  Maxwell IB ahlUlngn. 1 K..,ir. Chial Price .'i'.1 the i 1 n to wl htaj IS—Rl ffenthe r head, ibop..' Ken 1 c *-^ %  %  1 .. he brought %  %  %  %  the table and Md thi in I" 11 two "' them Behind ,,.,,theman chew ai thi pti -,..,. ..( ., ... Cook told Lynch that thai %  tna him [01 M ,|,|v %  I • %  • %  CmU . .1 %  ling oul ,,| ( ii., 1 ouae, "'"id Into the for ASKKTS .AL1SES 3. .'I. A I /...././. ATTACHMENT i A MPP CASKS KMGIII S \ VV^xTvrt ,K. the rittmg I".. 1 ..,.-: .-nmncvd to ..' month, m.-III I B1 l.v,..I I n .'.... priaonmant bj HU Hot Uw 1 III ft' I IIMMtM .ill go 1 '..' I % %  ollj mull at thai Court "i Grand s:..i attempted murdi i:. th .( diem pa 1 oi tha oiic I %  Ptoc Biurdai wa 1 ax % %  %  %  Certain pi pic havi poki favour but he mu' 1 Welch %  -1 thai aha llyej tamper. mesaaar"1 : Wnvl-. % %  Hotel who "g and larceny igbt knchei lea. A gri %  hole in it. di ward 1* Terminals' the ConllnU K . 111...1.1 n tha niNt lima thai three 1 %  hava i" n dm ., %  Itiul 11 1 %  %  %  ss Banavla (( %  ;,,. %  Mi I .. %  S S Sun whit IC ; • Amon) und ss Sanray f (C'apt. Gardner). %  enemy %  ich at ENTER rAWED ON DOM Th.Weal Indian si I 1 tonight entertained n H 1 t.. t£a raatlval at thali C % %  . si i ,.,. ,. Town Hall • ',','.'•••• %  %  ••'''• JACOBS c a E A M ( 11 \ c o;e !':... ;• now UM ^ .. how W.M Price 4 1 IGIIII i'i.' 1 IB.6S now 1:1.1111 Price 1 |) .: Pricci 20 00 IS Oil •• .. ;. l.illll j LTD. J .-.*.'.'.'.'.-*'.'.%', .'.','.:'. -'. MORE AND MORE MEN ARE CHANGING TO .. K SHOES DAILY classes are llu ; th.it the preaanl ride had •d no ... ,11 a „ the the cap odvantagc if spin bowling, he reetted ai one >.f it.weakn. ..... -,i f,. t .. %  ,, ..< %  rhe works. She ( the th put ought 1.000 tons of %  and found thai m rVobaucii Ofllcer H anei I cargo and mat] tt 1 Id the court that Forda n fron Ux K The Suanvls und IK year* obi and was convlcte* Hunuh11 arrived on Thursday and i do TURTLES ARE IN I %  .. !,< % 
  • %  • I I I ... hkiturtle \\ He General Hospl 1 think the Weal %  1 K I %  %  %  I I 1 1 .. ne bowler, but tl by a Clt] Whe ba 1 > %  le .• flve who on cm Manlstra who found hei I ; ffk heal t. %  Guilb Of Larcenj "I tin I -' %  •'' %  '' l,k led the •Old bans had %  %  J.00 Dollar Crisis lairs Britain # rraai 1 %  %  1 oat %  will l>e up against o will give nothing %  of the world'! besl 'on. there was also Iandwall. Mil %  I %  %  I thet Davidson and Johnson E.ich bad a difTcrent %  ttacUng Inn runs against the All _,. '.. %  11II \ M I lirtiHiil .fflth t fi -jii. tha pi"%  %  I ilttee from I on July 7. %  the prose He 1 owevi 1.1 %  %  "i* '"" i>St II. ,1: 1 guilt;, by .1 |ui y of Mi .1 I! 1 I who ap p eared for Foaaai ,.i tl..' ' Superiority. Ill HI \HI: THREE OF Till: MANY VERT GOOD %  BASONS FOR THAI SI PI I!|IIHIT\ : (1) K SHOES ..n made from tha Rm il Icathei i obtalnabla Both wlaiand lino Ifoi Bexlbllily and aceuntaly nadad by skill. H craftam. n (2) TUB UPPERS m K Minis 11 d matched bj | % %  %  car* I no mad unit 1 I I< -HOI s PLUS FITTING I ASTS with the heel parU %  ,1 "1 narrower than tha %  Thli 1 murea %  eloae in i:< the heel and In 1.1 the N Why 1...1 of tUrsr \\ %  PURIMA CHOWS THEY ARI. THE BEST I H JASON JONES & CO LTD. Agents I Iti-ailiii" lloom ) J ils 11 %  Ill D in 1 p m ; I. I I 10 *m 1.' At 11.. %  I. 11 I 5 Z uw Bth HM'.I n a. o a n.nv i...v M r. ..1. aaacwi* %  • 0 I VISITORS All! UIIIOMI | \ ..... A Waiver Lumber Comes Corrosive Wall' .'. of Uw %  -hips brought approximtent BO 170,100 feet "t lumbar 1 da h 8 at 1 %  • 1.000 Barbados yesterday. TheSaguei. .if Terminals' Hnnwhlt brought ahttOur the But 3T0.OO0 fact of rough plna fri '" loan % %  l % %  <••* while the schooner Rain the (H.-.1 M. bnmght 300 feet of cedar Mi Mel .; %  Collymon the the O %  • Uw frum Tnnid.id •J ith in Uar Inner Basin of the Careet congested uith lumlxr. Schooner hng il diffleull t-> %  1to di 1 ;barge their cargoes. Sun* 1 scratch grain and IB bags Only pan of the gunwale UM Rainbow M 1 cargo of the damaged, li Raisewn ^ ndudad 200 drums "The weather Is %  iill .1 bit I oil. lOOcylir, %  aid. "Il I 1 .t liblO STORMY WEATHER Schooner Rainbow M mil when she e lea red the B:"". B Mi. tt.n. Etc. WASTE PAM .It BASKETS |LM :., ,„i, IIIINIIHV IIASK.TS S.-...-.H .-,..1. MAVISC. II.1SKITS ...III A -| ,,,, I. Mil.I BREAKFAST BASKI rs %  "• and UM aaefe ( nil I III s s BASKETS* KKV n\-Ki 11/and l/a ,.., i, • jm~ Call ..1 Our li..in,. Prodneti Dept. (AVI Sill I'lll itl •V <. I;i'||. HOME PRODUCTS DEPT. 1.1 11 IB, A I lutn \n BTKBI 1



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    r\ci ~i\ "HENRY I: VRB \i)s \nvor.\Tr VMTRIVW. JTI.Y it. mi BY CARL ANDERSON LIFEGUARD THE WONDERFUL BRITISH DISCOVERY A Supreme Germicide and Antiseptic FOR FFRSOXAI. HYOIBNB 1(1 S II Kill/) CV I S AND OKAl I TO DESTROY DISBA SB OBBMS IAPBTV AND kl.llll BOB BITES A Xll W/M.s The. wonderful new UftgHKd used in i thousands of homes i I the most powerful proteclion VOTI can use. Al ih: I amc time it is quite safe for all to handle and plea ai.ily IraR-ant and non-staining. No hone With small .hildrcn dare N without it. *&&> M r A.S. BRYDEN & SONS (Barbados) LTD.—A^iils GIVE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRA PEP BY USING REMOGEN MALT AND COD LIVER OIL the MALT with the BUTTERSCOTCH FLAVOUR • made by Jeffreys Miller and Co, Ltd. look for their TRADF. MARK REMOGEN Obtainable at all DRUG STORES 'WHKT TVC-—} QaXEtM TONTO^; tJO EHZI 3k ^ -* %  nBH* ua VM J 1JI\C )/.; T j '"* iflr. m. eu JLV 5 DIAL 2620 Lrta IEEE PRINTING DEPT. =S ADVOCATE BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANU5 '" Im MMl 10 man and At %  i %  to rwtHMi pu)> .1-. ijKlogrt linishd eye' YOU SAVE 3 WAYS when you operate these low-cost Morrii-Com/nerciof 25/30 cwt. trucks BY C" M twWittM %  %  mm M w (L f v 'V I^&W*HS L ... %  1 PROTECT YOUR EYES w uA Optrex IB %  E V t E Y I lOTiOi.j I'^E 1 - %  ( Thii rrtr The nm dfdtl i -.h w K cola*. ITdMvanndarin> *// /) uttl>u iiif whn M-ii>',ot yaui eye* need RMMt picket deaigned e>cl f FUEL CONSUMPTION IS LOWER due IO lugh-eftiacncr, economy engine which dovlops 42 b.h.p. MAINTENANCE COSTS LESS rugged toiwtruciion of chVM.1, gearhoi and engine wiihuandt lurdett working conditions, mcani fewer overhaul* REPLACEMENT COSTS ARE LOWER because MormComrnercial trucks arc built ID May on the job longer. 25/30 cwt. van Reduce delivery cost* with this unart.economi^-al i< )o cwt. van. Over-size Opacity ;.,, ,-ub. '6.9; cum. 1 solidly buiti lor haiJ work, iliJing cab dooii. lull-width rear doors, access tu luaJ trom driver'* MORRIS COMMERCIAL FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday Only Isoally Tins Silver Leaf Pineapple Juice 35 Pkgs. Garden Cream Biscuits 53 Pkgs. Nelsons Gelatine (:) 60 Now I'SMIIV NW •" Tins Koo Apricot Jam 63 "I Tins Batcheloi Peas 38 :0 .I Bottles Fiontenac Beer 26 20 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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    s\n no w jfi.v ii. MI BARB IDOS \n\ M \i i I P \>.i -i \ I v CLASSIFIED ADS. TtLKPHONI 1I0 The charge (or anno,iiw*mei>U 01 Birth*. MmiM. Deaths. Ac know I%  i |M on -— %  . d*.i aiul |IH. on Sundayi for on* numktr of .>,• up 10 M. and 1 NHU pw aoid on %  .*. OJM exd 4 cenu per word on Sunday* loi each additional word For Rlr'l... V-irl-w ol %  nMuntmniU In Carib chars* MOO fur i > %  .!.. and 0 crnll p*T woril tv • I It T. ma lor < BSS01 I ; %  r, HOr>hIa The N.N Hopkliu. on Jul* 11. Hop.1 HoaplUI. B USA M.irlo,, llopkln. 14 1 SI \\\OI\(lU\l> %  I %  I OS I A MM NO LOST THANK^ thoac oho eaooo, BOOS I WIMUII or i .. aympaO.. H4K4BWI i % %  .ii dm IN Ml MOKIAM 14tn IBM B 1 .ihe. J.i.1-, imiu %  the UUi J,I!N \w 1 Itom our heart i Uldrcm. E Q Gall 'eon. Kounok i %  died on July Ul" IBM At Real '.:.. %  : Ill %  Children. 14 3.M 1GOVERNMENT XOTM f TERMINATION OK TIII: -T,\TI: OF WAR WITH OBKMANT Ii IS notified thai the formal War with Q< I ;<-i minated aa From 3 p.m. today (GMT), the 9th day of July. 1951 On Uw loftructtooi Of Hit Majeety'i Pilm .. Foreign Affairs, th< United Kingdom High Cominis%  tonar la Oannany addressed n rommunlcalion to th* Government of Germany in ih< following I His M.IH itj i, \ :i nmenl In the Unite R I mind ihat on 3rd Septi mber l3 .. Mat.of wai w I With the German Reich, that active beetlUtlei were i %  German Feirii lenied on the Sth June. 1943. Informal state or vil with Germany hM unit.lined lo subsist so far l ty Law ol the United KliiKdum is concerned, and will so continue until appropn ,'...,• t Iken by H.M. Government to terminate if. thai through i n tunatancei Qerti in control H bai aa MI 11oved Imp" ilble t" c elude i Treat) which would dtapi % %  >f qua tin of tne state of m with the Ocrmnn Reich, have del thai, without prejudice to the i i. i u| ..' (in Statute, or to Iht* of |u the aitUi menl of which must await the conclusion of %  Treaty, the foi mal stale of war h< % %  %  shall liImmediately terminated. A notifleatfc tharet %  %  inn published Ihat the form l| thate nl war with Germany has terminated H from 3 p.m. (GMT) on the Mh dB) Of July. 1951. HI Majaat)' Gov* TIHH.HI I •dom must rcserv the rlghl property sub jet-1 to control by virtue of Trailing with tJ I legislation or in the cu-^' i %  to n call that under that lei:' obstacle has been placed since 29 3 49 ill the way of the rcsumpt on of full comnw n lal and financial dealings between 11 the t/Dited Kingdom ai in Germany or of the of propert. not then contrnl, and this poaltlon will n rna %  iinalti % %  Contract! < oncludi d 1 : the United Kingdom n < '•' %  • U ill als. %  act to Tradink! With the Enemy Ii but cootracUi concluded on or I %  I I %  an in the same position a< COntl eluded with persons in any friendly country and no obstacle? i ,\ %  been <e fact that a formal -: .* t as prc\ between the United Kingdom and Germany 11 -51—sn liOVWXMlNT XOIHI CONSTITUTION SWAMP AND CONSTITUTION RJVEH All persons who have placed or caueed to be pi... %  or think' m or on the Conatttutlon ind all pers.ii. aiQ matter Or thing lying fn M on the Conatttutlon %  ConatltuUon rUvai an required to raaaove such matUH or lhin by the 15th of July. 1951. and in. peraon may place any matUr or thine in or on t( tution Swamp or Constitution River during the period of th> 15th of July to the 30th of KoV ember, 1951. Any person inthe terms of : able lo proceedings under •action 18 of the De]>artment of Ii and Transport Act. 1945 6 7.51—SB ! %  IM II SALES I OH 111 M GOVERNMENT NOTICE MrXKKNMKYI NOTICE REAL ESTATE %  1*1 *'tirthrr ima:l or M %  %  %  You can purcfain si rid -ii.l l-. 4 ( % %  .. I,.. and look i da i., %  HOVSEfl %  Ingi %  % %  %  %  %  II T-WM,... Road 3 licdt—.m-ah I U II I 1 %  OK XI I A wrll aalauatli-.l %  :• i •%  %  %  v. tacrkln* | Sli-ul an. I I I %  Preparation) I %  %  tors, add: • • AI ( mix I %  M ; I n %  %  II Modem : \ %  In I mill Till' lliiniHiiil ll.iiniiirr FOR SALE ••III. I on 5u'nld|i. 14 tpordl — Sundiiyl. o* '; AUTOMOTIVK KM %  tuiidilwm AppU l taotga 14 III gooo %  lM Chevrolet Car m varj n. nwner driven CLAHKr. J-eller. N.i 12 Pnnne 37ST II T ft) In CAM IN" Hi-'.. I POUT IOYA1 r.AHAGE LTD. Trie poo '* 45,M uiM a, CAR! Milhnan Saloo,.. %  urn Al-i, llllliTi*! l.rrnwd Apr | — Apal) Kalph A H-4 -. BtXrl Wa| I] Affe> I,., i Baaai PI %  i r IMaaaad Waaon Hi-' CAH IB47 ford P %  | obotoUf ai n food roiidiiiun To be aen ai Cool %  '• i.7 m-* n i i CAM v ,.,,i M •• m p-.(-,i candllton new tvrei pau.i ri, Alao VaUKhaJI l? (Wrvaral in Bood hjpt Apply BarWdOB Acemlei Ring 4BOS 10 7 It lln CAM UH Morrti UU %  I Hilaa I f)foid 00 Mllr. Mkr HW IBM Monlf M, 18 H I' 1 9W Wlleaae IBU Pord Pn-fret I4.00B Mi:.. in way a>od eondlOon 1B3I Chrj.loi Royal A narlaln Fort Royal Oaraar Ltd Telephone 4MM. 7 M—On NATIONAL DIESEI. Rt* panic IIIJI KLETTRiC .*.:ii.. i UlCit l.l.rRKJk.1 \i< It open IVPt WIW. to be BMl.>i*B Oaniae \/ 1 SI PIIILCO nnrimiCHATi>i{ . ibtc I l -..itii iirenna .hamber. Brand in unit HccoTidliioiKd throuahukil nay be impnird at Lao Yard. ChaaptOf Applv 11 I. Smith. Sandlnnl .1. finlip 7 7 31 lln Plilhpa II-'. II %  anPH Apply tn s Miiiiiit I it KELVINATUH KEPKIUKKA I • il< : i Pi Dial tJ-£lt 14 7 II 1 f n IH.HCUiriKA-HiR KaM I lilt II Ai>|i S I'hlhp. II RATOR Ol %  % %  I ill ulna Rrfilaerilor In |iei ^ i.uler. Ai.pl, I burner WARD I 7 31 In rO-DAVS NEWS HASH I.IVKSTin K 31 plnl* dall\ Appl> %  suitable I Aapf) Manaarr. I I'lTTIFM Ml and Wl %  • MISCELIJVNEOL'S 4Mal-l-DBKf TOOTIIPA1T1 8taH savina -our Amm-l-drnt Tonlh nHItoxr* Within a rhnrt while you may be the •H.i.rr of ana ol Iha follow Ingl |.( prlie 3P OO. Jnd PR** I3 'id I'm* a) w i: r,i ah i. rnr.AM onl< H I |l oo per t-l>, ar.d trv Ihe bel The 3-tb family afcM IInaiat on "rarm"' for vealth and your porket not supply, phona US. 17 6 9) I f II IIO -• I foil." KIKPI8 P:M;INKH:S r*SAD %  '. %  % %  •':'. '• M lo lMi iNtR Y r TO ORDER at JOHNSONS IIAKliW VW//rVrV/>VrV#V///// si i i i \<.y I WE ARE BUYERS 1 .'. %  with STAMPS SbceVSingle Stamps. Collet' A cumulations and Covers. ^ I O ( .nlihcjii IftnTf i* 3rd F. Two fi aenal Maati .il VI I ThiW Mahoa BRI I %  i %  %  \ st'tvrr. !•• in II NerriCBS Tea eanlB r- a**:* Una 4 U eenia per ouaie llaa mi"*" cliu-oe 1130 oi and II Bo ...i fanO NOTICE %  %  tn j.u, .iu, %  %  %  i St City l I a IP H.IMIII MI-iPiui Cfcaa p a .* M BJ <••)!* Suadaya ;< I aaorda 1 t*af a lp<*4 nee* %  Bonl oa Aiadapa HELP C.M.K Competcnl Cook 8TCNOCHA|-Hk.l( II T 91 -nd aly, I i" Street t-,ia,j arronlli -rll-i. In 13 7 ftl SB %  %  %  alma e|KrleiH.> O.-kl BBla I UI-tOWTl I I IMI-MI I 1 V-l ROI PS I 111 %  %  %  %  %  • dMir-Ple Appli %  4 U "titaph. and I MISI I I.I.WIOI S I IQI'tlK .'. I I I I 11,1.' Ill KKK \\| w UtNINGS nial warn %  %  Harbour P. id Shipian*: M Hig.'. iliori I South Point Upjithoiutr. Harrison Point Light! .i. tnes ohn n Rkbja, st George. s: Lucyl Church. rhatriri B" i'' lf< e station District "C* Police Station. • %  -ii" Police Bt i aStal StatloD. BelUplaine Police Btal t latfour] Wanda* Hag wiih black pauara centre. ad light I Churn 1-.-M-. will be rum at frequent Interval* DM %  an hour B lown at Central, Brill i i Pouei ns (or one minute, three time* with an In* I .^t. Thli ili be repeated aver] ffuartti oil i i houi i^i an houi llurricanr Warninc Two red flags with Mack •ejuare centres bolsted one above "tei on.' above the other %  %  i) Plantation and Church belli will be run. and conimuousi. over ; period of %  quart* hour iiu Two mi ht<>r BMnreoni will be nmi from the Harbour IN>Uce Station and, it ruutirlbl*, ( trld Poll., 91 III. All Clear i ) Visual Ptata nc lighta will he hauled down c') Audit B '. (rill be blown conttnuouaiy for three minutes the above warnlna>: — ill The Police will wain paiochi.,1 authorities ami distr I %  .!•(Mli I.made i-vei H.ubados Rediffusi<>t hourly 01 hall hourly Interval! al %  quarbH pi I ever) hour or at a quarter pnst ami a quarter to every hour as ty be %  : orta di i"in .lit.'.i.i .ii bourb oi ball hour)) Interrill bt innounced 'nan the Barbadoi Reginvanl ti i .i! the Qarriaon it %  quart) t paal evet quartet paal and a quarter to ever] ho iv be. }' %  I megai yi lei 12 7 51 2n SHIPPING NOTICES II %  \ H IMHI to ni v HI n icwuta UACHINI %  i .1 i .. .,1 Slir'L I.H \IION\l NOllfE %  f.JO i Hold Bl 9 p m neinl.. | .utmd Tin 0 %  %  p %  ai ihe I'ai AI.I.KVM; SCHOOL l s Ti: M I l v.tis 1TION Tlieir .ill > %  -,, KJ.I,,. !" .., ... I %  %  i ba %  MiomI rate and a Te-i rrom iiii %  -I,IP %  .1.1, %  II ti SMn I 7 |l %  %  %  ... %  I'R.IH vSKINAI. N.ITK ( II i %  ... "-" fri.ii. lutj H i -'3rd !> II MINT I.1J1—4n PROl I RRIONAI MUM I the annual lot RI %  'he 13rd July Will Ulnae p Collect me before %  11 HARCOURT i .MU't P 0-jr.Ihalm.r Ont-.an n \i:i ii...< it II -i IMI, i \--i II nOM AOI NTM %  %  %  %  %  V < W 1 A MM I %  IITII a thr Merhin IBJOM Uan *.< %  an thai Carl Raid . I %  Ii him win UPa p l a h alPm baa ... %  aald Carl %  i ..-ii Me hrt<*T raoulrad la appear at Ihe. AuiO u.| Court of Appeal I %  Idol, at 10 o'rlnrk, > Dnted thu llth dav of lune 1PSI. | | Adinp i %  -. A i ,\ NOTICE % %  % %  %  %  n a BBlar* %  .' a&um p. tereral nuiv. Tha Bueraaaful .andld..' rnrnre .1 Apt>IHatii>i.> -:.l H-rn OSWALD l i %  \ i MM /I M \S|> I IM I IMHI l> IM A N.I I AlllA" .rl*rtuli-.l lo ...1 (Una IliKbane tlnO Alma SBOi JUJM inly *th arriving Tmiii.ii one J.a> i early \ RT KAI1IV !• %  < %  Ilil.Uanr end July. 8ldne> e..rly Auaail. Malbounie mid Auauit l .1... i fanf .x.lplcil on lbrmi£i Hii— "i iarao. a tn genera) cargo the i ample tpace for chilled BrM IJOPHIB lor liin-hipmeni aTrlnlrta* l. Iinti>i. OuPMM, I-etaard .ml Wind luithi partlcul" I I MSI -> HltllV A I IHIMIiMI II W I RAKltxiMis RVENING INBIIIUTI (1) UENERAL CERTIFICATE OI EDUCATION. UNIVERSITY OF LONJ)ON A Advancod level Evening Claioes preparing lludenti for eert in this *ill be held from S' Itftl. %  quallf* therri ion B.A Ordinal %  N.B I tion. at th. on ImcrmBdiatc Arts. The English, Latin. Maths, and either Spanish or French r Hletory, according to the numbet nf applications R Ordinary Lovol. There arc ;i Uw v;n %  i< I RN now I %  • 1' i :,r June i^iUn, Maths. Trench or Spanish. I ton or Geography (Th ec of racanxiea in bigtish LaUn, and Matht I*ropeetive ippli.-aiil r :h*r informaiion and advice h i i] The Principal botween UHKI i n and IJJO pji or (hi It < % %  v Oovernmeni Hill si. Michael, (Telephone 2THa < Nil B| Ill Ml mil t i hi.tin from the %  -• %  I i MIS. whll .i must ba lille.1 l| lo the Dean ol \ %  % % %  i. Bl lo r... i .... i | .11 l July, lil&l N H .Si'iKiroi* fofmi "mat be fill, d in aid fotnoord. ,rach lubjerl IphiCh III* npi'li.a ur Iplunild be forwarded roo^rter i ir n %  nil to be I aiipli; for pom ur Adveticed Edrpel rhe c inn coaiplieitcfl wita prettmtnarv t.st. a d fmUmn fa IM %  MR of ajmhrand O COMMERCIAL AND TECHNICAL No applications can yet be ren-ived for en!i\ It iii be pu b licly anriouneed ba ihe Praaa when it isoaa. (3) COUNTRY CLAHBER Classes for men snd women will be also held m th> th. foUowtBgj centres:^ St. John's Mixed School. Bt John. Ml Tabor Mlxwi School. St. John; Speight town Boya 1 BcbOOi. st. peter. Si Jude'a Boys* School. St. George; St. Aiitfustine's Boys' SchtMil, St. George; .loly Trinity Boya 1 BchOOl, St. Philip. rhe rYUeyne aVrhool, si Ajvdrew, i i active pupils may obtain partlculai f the Centre In which abey are interested. of Education, 20th June. I9M. 24.0.51—2n. rake, bui th. w %  "iiid-ii ai i I i i %  ,• rrgui'.'"'.''I'* |g rWOroVd 01 t\ 'Carlbee*.'\ • Pooaoweori f lltti SalllnB I %  Darrwood" will accept aaoaetri *R %  Grenada and Ami I j only 'or ft Vim-rut „ Pybpai Ulh inelanl HWI MMousn oanrhM 1 ASSOCIATION INC. ABVEtmSE in lht> ABV9CATB FURNISH II.mi. ft Office ind othei 11 Re K %  I i -earina Choi Ri i %  i i I VtllVrlHATCH •m-..l UdOd '..ndri lla> ...,|. Ulalroo %  .. i 1UJH i n-UH I pel annum An ne avpn ttapa ho ha* n %  I The pa*. i ..I a i I. %  option .a % %  t %  Liter Ihat B : M ,MHbui BPftVO |!4iMe .... ROH poM %  • %  •• %  1901. lo the AcllnB i badoa |W| VRW YORK NRKVICB ,. „ .... %  „„. AIVCI Barl-adoi 10th Jun M'lJune Ame Barbad.lO^h Jd> fr I %  r* i.i I' CARLTON BR1WNL i! L S .WILSON I I'II'HII Stocks Just Received K DAVIR >• '. i II i^ TAHd K DAVIS PAI "' K nAVW I'AI.ATi %  a 1 ,'. 'AUK DAVIR II'. )W IK DAM N .V WINC — rjooo IINiPNI 1 'H i MAS*'. 4 1 Ulll PI I HAgg 1 YEA*TV*TK TAI1I ET-i Ml M ANA! '.I.'.I' 11.M M %  ::;:'.'.'.:::'.'.-.%-.' %  •:•.:; % %  .• :%:'.•. % NBW ORIJEANR MRVlCot r lle lh Jun. AlTtvaa Itarbadoa Mil. June W -all. I7lh Jwi Artiiri Harbadoa lllh July IT-' BUia nu. July An"" iiaiinuiu. ntn Juiv. IF -onririoi MB ALCOA i AU'OA I AlCdA PBrlNAR I CANADIAN SER VICE SalM H....i -.i -.iiRalMaa Arrlre* Ilia June Win lull M* jun mn July Itth Misiiinoi sn WANTED llKMi-os. COIXBOI BABUSADOI r H i JANVAKY I "HYBlca ..; %  ROBERT TIIOM UIA NEW YORK ANII GLI.F SERVICE APPLY:-DA COSTA g> CO. LTD-CANADIAN HERVH E You i..iv .. norsi: IIIK SAI.I: i.ei rs ilnd n Buy i IF You wish I.. BUY \ BOUSI I., i rs Bad it lor fOU RALPH-A-BEARD llanlu.,,,,1 ,\||,. 'Pliant li.-'. HARRISON LINE OUTWARD PROM THE UNITED KIN0D0M oi i.in. bj .....i 1 Barb-dilloa CWO ill be until 0 000 01 BpproprUllO vi.lichen I'p lo tliDieient ... ... %  %  %  %  %  %  ROE la a day Grom.( Han laH.no the O. A : %  % %  vpp| ICATH 1 . n-ik.iiAPII 1 %  IIHAM %  COLLCGE HAiiliAItov n W 1 to : 1 ATER than " IBM I* 7 il m Vessel ss TRADER' S.S EXPLORER" s -sn ADVISER" SS "NOVELIST" -SPEAKER I.IM'I pool Ixindon l.i.li.lia tllaago-.v I > melon LIVII pool Leevei 7th July ?Ui July llth July i2th July 23rd July 2ath July Due Bofbodoi 12nd lul) 23rd July 26th Jul. 28th July flth Aug Bttl A || HOftiaiWARD FOR fHfc UNITED KHfODOM S( rii'ioii ss TRIBESMAN ss "STRATEGIST" ror i London %  %  In Barbadoi llth Julv llfth July 24th July For farther information apply tc %  • DA COSTA A CO.. LTD.— Afenta prrOBDt Charlie Kun/. Rm. Bark* and we will order for you If we %  M in nock A. P.' .id < I -l-i f n Vislrv l!\i'-HHliMii TOR L'PItOLBTKRERB -Ready packed in Burlap • De|>. each contain. > %  Applv immediatel' 1 n dmi Cn Street. Phone 3630. VERTS 0 PANTIES *u[— %  %  Dtfl packet, in Re..' I f. 03 00 — KIUPAUM Swan Stiwt II 7 ilin M Hiee of 1. I and 10'a alao bronie •teel and ftul tor Company. Tra(a). (ar and Bpry Street• Phone 3000 WATcrtga — A new auortment o %  lal Wajefioi %  BB toad 14.7*1 -In WalUba PoO. All II I vin-ii M ~i oaoaoi 1 he i urn* nun %  ol Julv %  %  %  % %  1 .. NOTICE %  tn j. %  £!'- • Octobe iau ATI GfVUNMENT NOTICES DVARI'MRMT oi nOHWATH ANI> lit iNStXHtl t teeing i \ Illi Rasel It.itt.ui\ Hill %  I BAI, Villa Road, Briti bom l 1 through %  for the %  HI HIM OP I aTPLOTMl NT \Mt I MIGB MIUN The BUI i ily. 1951. pubbc from Mondays I %  %  %  Lit' er 'Ag i A COOL Shoe for a HOT Day l.„-' W our lalvitt SliflvM NEW SHIPMENTS JUST OPENED also a wide selection ol Hosiery, Cleaners and Polishes. Matctt -%  !" -; ., ?^--, ?l?--* ?f? ?f Wa4WTEP. A Vac,m i . lei <;,„,i>iuiy'B Avajanti (01 an Arjprentlci Martiank invited from indl KM ef IB and ;... %  % %  -. the fallowing attrlbutei Mucation t-> Behool i i inical %  ptllude; I I efui npiihrant will in loojuUed lo iiDderas I ihn 11 ii.-( m Barbado [perl I %  %  parloda M probatton and balnlng will ba b iejaen BeB.OB and |70JM u.> j monUi dtopaodlJiB on th adivldual k Apply in writing only, giving full perl cv a Pass|Hirt Photograph t<> TI %  : I i i75i In THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPN. III). NOTICE AWI.ll AI JUT A II. PKBS0N8 hartal ACCOUNTS if*bu< fltis <'..r|.or.i(iol. ..i.raqiiMlgd lo !"• rood ..::li lo si'nd llirin in i..(,dup t< Ihe :ioHi gaj JUNK aa •*> %  aaj |B*aaU>le lilt: BAMMtABOS BLECTBiC f #/'/.! lOitl'OHlllO.X I.I IK !< I) rRANCIS M I E K... A M I C E. Acting Manager. 12.7.51.—2n.



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    ESTABLISHED 1895 SAT I KDAY. .H'l.-i Another Dollar Crisis Faces Britain Reds Reply To Abadan Refinery Will Cost $350m Per Year LONDON, July 13 \ NEW DOLLAR CRISIS is brewing in Britain, and may force the British Government to seek a waiver on the first repayment instalment of the 1946 U.S. loan due on December 31. The cause of the new crisis, as being widely advertised, is the rearmament programme in the Western world. It has forced down British exports drastically, and caused Britain to pay much higher! dollar prices for essential raw materials. The result -the shadow of a new dollar gap,— the excess of dollar imports over dollar exports (which Britain wiped out early in 1950, so that she was able to wipe out Marshal! Aid at the beginning of 1961). Now the vicious cycle appear s U oil over aga:n. Tnc 1 gold and dollur surptu I >i the rilng area dropped drastically m the tod i June lo 3&4.0OO.OO0 compared to $360,000000 at the end of Hie lirst iuarier 10 S3W.000.PO0 for IBM, Thus Britain and the ttaruni %  %  lamiliar davs of gold and dollar ilehcit*. Tne Chancellor of the .. r. Hugh Gailskeli, adir.ittcd recently, 'It U quite likely M ies favourable influanoai ili eontlnua durum the next few month*. He was retiring to the itnfavourabla irada altuation, But all than aggravated hy the Iran oil crisis. GalUkell wild that the closing of the Abadan rail i -I'.O.OOO.OOO supphi at laael fi i di il H Marshall Aid Mow iu tinBrttiah ge "in oi In 1947, light alter the doM I $25,000,000 From 1 autism July 10. For the first four month* pear vtatton to / %  above the corresponding period last year, anil if the rate I* kept up. as t... 'his year's tourism will contribute almost $25ooo.ooo t.i UH oauooal inThl Will ll:i $5,000,000 additional tourist Income Udi iraai Incraaao In short stay visitors is now 17'. while the IUIIT long-term visitors has gone up by tfl Milvertoi. \\ ill Leave C.D.C. Iron ''.IT ii-,. ( ,rrM)nliiil LONDON, Jul) 13 i d lit ii u announcad ihorlb to Lu %  lll >ton on the Hoard of Colonial !>cKv the beginning of ii48. now-|valopmanl Corpa • exhausted.] Lord Hilvarton, tonner Oov%  d dollar art %  mo? <•! Jamaica, was with (' D.C >ear wan solved by Marshall AldffOl Ihxe I term of api draw j potntmenl ended last month and ,00e. The thiru erHU •e-'W' Ihe, Secretary of State for the Colonies, has not ashed bun to continue. Lord Milverton 'old a Daily Express reI m on the beet of terirm with Lord H*itli Hi It P menti to tl i he Secretary of state. %  i % %  %  don't agree with their COtonl*] eurrcu in the midst of li % %  • Aid Pragrammt —lati in M %  forced IBM %  .i oment lo Cevalua the pound itarllnf. Pram than on hw IH .. %  i i ilollor de. lu %  • s whan tock-pllini! rubber and llfl for At the end ol 1*90, BliUln beUon to forego piic Aid, but now the reai-j p ur (.waive months I rruunenl programme hi ambai i the Bolallat Part) He realgned Uwl began to look oininou .i> Ilka they j year and nnce thee ha did in 1940. 1947. and 1948. and of the year, sterling{Anglo-Cuea Trade Pact area gold and doUai figurea will! —-^^^—^^ be showing a deficit again,—hut -, ,, „ \<'u Job rort>OWi6a | I |61 uon.liii,. i.wni ;ired with Mi -. ition low ot $1.340,(MHIII I WASHINGTON. July, i and the .sterling area Chester Bowie*, former Democan absorb small surpluses with cratie Governor of Connecticut will tlonbe offered the job as next United able whether Britain can absorb Suites Ambassador to India acin that reserve also annual pavcording to the present \ D the U.S. loan and the tration's plans. A On Pate 5 I —IP. Diplomats Turn Down Red Plans LONDON. July 13. li | anxiety thai tt"> Korean armlatlca telks were endangered i>> factors, %  aarloua than the halting %  I newnmen's .nav.m ,. %  %  .-., u, i. Some of the Communist condition* for a truie at a final settlement BJ I BfcTt rather than for an oi> an armistice 'nf.ii. id ir i, i-rrlbed as, completely unacceptable,' 1 Com, diuniMsuggestions for The' I tection to Baou Thirdly, it is from thi the Communists have p i launched their most powi tacks against UN. forces. Hie wlthdi iwa] of all loralfln troops from Korea, would IHfaa sitate the aettll ( L(iHiti„t. intarnatlonal control ot the whole o| Korea. Inchldlng %  i nvnuntal oontroUad araaa. The present terms are not couatdared suitable ns the basis for an armistice but for the agreement „u Ml Dvarall political ami mlHtarj settlement of the Korean conflic at some later date. Ihal the original Russian and ChUMM approach for an anniBtii' i, %  %  .i ( ii axprai i Ion "f Uwli tanutna desire for an ai> But now suggested that the Chlneaa mhjpil huve had "second thoughts", unless the present terms have b.c put out %  March riots with a viereversal. The foaling Is Known to gxltl aniont' Unlonltaa that they lacked Executive support by • i fence, several of the ao %  their own counsel. ; %  leved tl ..• G Oarh.i. Gftad) W ill Redgn WASHINGTON. July 13 Tlie White House gald On Tt klaj thai Banry P. Orady ugain re don to resign s i. %  ira n will grant the reijuest Bl Bfl BB* proprbitc time —I'.P. UaN. Message TOKYO, July 13 •|HE TEXT OF THE REPLY ..i thi garth Korean Geiua.il N.i.i< 1. Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy ti ceasefire talks as dellvereii C Hcer at 5.00 a.m., am annonno Supreme Headquarters "To Vice Admiral Joy of the United States Navy. We have received your letter. Following is my answer. %  i.ii.i tttt u i t j n I 11.1,1 M.r'M ,1 i .HIS -.II.I.C ,,| SI (9 iir, to %  III si: SHI l:l' phrloBt.iphrd In J prn it d. |„ |ir„\i,l.. Ilij l j*! m.t f<*t III. % % %  %  nisi mor. Uun nkVUr. spniv l.mh. Ihrri' KrannaiuvMil Moves Lp In West Germany KI. UVKFURl J. WEST CIKRMAN KKAHMAMCNT mo\cd Htmthcr stoi resull ol Bnti-h, Freiu-h, and United action ending ihi legal itita M wu with thla dividad ooun ii> The major political i< ult of the moven wai 'lit powerful Sociausl chieftain Kuri Si humaehi %  conca that one of his conditions lor >>; new Qern > had been met bj AJIted actioi ll, gald "the end < %  the iUU ol ".H : long Vl '" %  %  i: ""' t be < %  %  a contribution." Iiiiiili'ii-d liter in Hie iitr nr th o i una) i kega iidered i if(j %  ktM'fuii r.ut.ttii-i (ian Help Sugar SI H VOKK. July 13. The r.iptlmiati.m of the Korean %  < > i may hrmi the MI;:.H market out ot lt> • INK i .i iil'iiiii uhieh ma) result In retlnert mil bMJBBgi liul liualtlmt developments. Sugar Analyst, (.run. K. K.ISI i ..niinn-iit.il eJjeeri thraw smaro thus: "Not a sale has been rraorted Ihin week. Wllli neotlatlons fur a reabe-lire in Korea, the mjrkrt sra to he In a watting mimd ltli buyer*' and Hellers' Ideas far apart. What the nurket dte will depend on ubirh side gives wii dr-t Cuban seller* jrr t>.rin id.ti. lirm in their Haaa. Home small lots in Puerto Rleo and the rhlllpplnrs, aaaaaaafjaUr make their app'-aramr. hut buyers, u^m unwillliiR to -I"-". Ihelr handn." The Journal uf Commerce, has rrrorlr,| Furopean Interest in Cuban sugar temporarily withdrawn. I he Journal of (Ommrrr. has regarded a* an "unfavourable iarUr" the drop in deliveries I* 103.0X5 urns lor the week ending July 7. rum pared with 33K.96N ton* the j.r. i urn, week and %  1 11: the ago. iithout the relation lo tin... weeks the deliverirs as they Mood at 103.00(1 tons rould Intermed low. What K morr. net wrek s llgure is HheJi lo -how a drop of i:.. n N, inns compared with Ihe tame week a year ago, Only an unsettled international nlelure ! likrlv to rerrrse the trend and keep thr market for Uie balance of Ihe year in utep." —I'.P. ietaiit)\ oppoted to **a*w*e •* eqoalily foi .'. 1 mlilUrrj contrTbuttcHi Tl nd ing of the state ot* wi long way to utltfy the %  J %  %  .1 %  -., %  %  virtual*) tin condition reeking Prai %  Britain -T nt OUHM Europi • li I ontiil.iition of (nil -1IMIpill • n run r I .n-i Olid ill Si-hof %  andluoi %  ,.MI II ,, ttini i ii h Into uni I western mllltai I ll viet attack i.ot io countei m attack and ..hift IhO bat Ilex round rend tinPolish bordei -I'.P I'cl^iinii Gets King Tuesday Italians I /.,•/ > %  ,Allied Sell (till" With .'. P< UP I" U i ihv I Trie %  %  BUI VIM. -I.-. MH.I rumoui I ^rin k 0. "sell ut" Trio turn it I. || %  %  ; i • u %  |. it both lUlj :,-..! and lo In.. i I.. territory -. %  ,„ %  %  %  i %  I ..... centra M lull ....... i i naxat aen Italian pokei i c 10 Airmen hilteil In Plane Crash Force In Knglai long let %  .-re kllle %  . %  .'.II ilit BrtDSSKLS, Julj n %  %  ""•* A 20-VIMI -old Pi i giana on Tueaday and bring dov oie ohal <-iirt,.in on the royal dl %  ' %  %  '" %  • pula ehldh nearli pi %  ountry btto %  i I i fathi .uaed Leopold in i MIII pie the Helgi.n Old wll Speed Evacnatkyd in Jackson County rum I den %  %  %  %  svered and UMM Ol Mime ol Uie two %  tcrey bulldlnr. above the waters. -I P. ABADAN'. July /3. h techni ;in oil fields will i ed up next week .... gj .my said on The id that with %  i I bananas • —I P $lm lor Bananas KUfOSTON. July" 10 M %  • %  Liijtan bananas arc being growr. J i %  will add %  I million stems lo cportj this For the first six months of 1951 %  % %  %  ed. This was three same period last year. ent has announced Three Conquer Mount McKinley ALABAMA Julv 13, THREE MOUNTAIN* CLIMBERS reported on Fridaj lhat they conquered Mount McKinley, North America's hiplicst peak n Ihe first successful ascent


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    I'M.I 1UO ll.XKII U)OS \l)\ el Ml SATIKI1.W JIIY II. Ml fyuub Callinq H is and i %  left Barbados ) Tram%  Short Visit L ADY STOW who had been Mil A ot Gn Ownada bj B.W.LA Brother and Sister M l MRS ASHLEY PH< IMPS) >\ •* MI from morning bj B.W.i. A • spend about two --intl Bl tin i Hotel Mr. Thompson who J a brother of Mis Thee Al ssync "i N< in Ui ft John is a merchant In Grenada an i ,....' < .: %  %  %  St • the oreraBva JHi ho I id, I ARTIE S HUDU^K IIIIHIIJJ %a ^-:^.:r lr'. rhr haa*.** Con ink Announcement E uncement %  w le is .1 •hat' ment Corpo>..'.i that (he Chairman, Lord Keith, ha* now loot %  II the joint Controller thele when hied I*ord TrefRarne. Hugh Week.* tereiUlv jajfl %  ,, . tared account%  The Rich Hotel Nomad Makes One More Halt of happy poemi." *he during %  Uut the VOtSeS :>riC wrote were nut oftei. %  -'.her was their author loneliness. That is the recurrent theme B.B.C. Radio Programme SATURDAY HIV H EVELYN moWS #%  %  h are the !f into the %  %  is. left I for the Bit Ernoal Wood wnl t" the CDC in 11*48. During hiAirny caraar, hi : LieUintf the British Am > rf U50.000 refutees out of (Surma In l. ing her fourth husbaiI tick bed i von Cramm plaj il V. p IMi i i. B nan ii i %  the furBMUien players I be Barm.ince? I). ., Hack in 1. im star C W2 IT 111 %  n. J II J" %  m 1 And Now? rHAT BSATt? Her plans are ague, uncertain When she i may move on to -i A sr> 500 a vaai l 1 nian Prince Igor i nt report %  I I ... %  in the .dre* %  I i„ B W.I.A T.IE OOOD COMPANIONS the UthuaVon Cfuam BhCort Barbara Hutto^ -t Wimblodon tlon uf waiting until the inher at her hotel to commiserate i rks Itaall <>ut Hut sha does not encourage them i lut iftaj a i i II i '" ll Bl. %  M i lo see Well enough last any but such old intimate* as von • • • pas Back From Public Health Course M p CLARENCE HAYNES. the Q, of He, %  M 11 %  • %  ndlnal Health I %  Bafora I a weni lo Jam %  %  M Chief Reason Kayna had beet „.,. 4 Mits B AVi.nr.urKu Ofno 'I ' .i.bbons. the preaaid I lo Lslttnl Offleer was In Jamaica nilai coume. %  is raturnlng ight to KO dancing ( lini. TO Clink EEN yean agao n wilh her %  sh Count %  feKpn HauarwiU-Bcvenilow. -hortl:. 1 i'. tru Ilutton n' home surlertng. it w-as %  i %  kiimming treat%  i %  i i Mi Hull •;•) %  Peace of mind would be Ihe onl> ...;.: i . M i urbara Hutton hoi never poasessea, eaieepi nrietiv Her Oi'ts All man's letters are in ithyme BIRMINGHAM ^..itv-nme-year-old Ml C>n. Houghlon. of Evesham Rood, Astwood Bonk. Worcotcrnhne, Ihe RAINBOW SCHOOL CHISUXHURST. Kent Chlslehursl chtldran who go to He.lhill junior school, cull their "rainbow" whool the coluur %  theme l b iso r them for suspecte.! llcttj v trouble From doctor to Two Weeks Dropnli Un limr • sh f for health in Sw JOAN HARRIS*' London ghter l Mr. and %  %  tti I'sris i-.nU Now she the to arrai .,„,„,!,,, leaving for Trinidad ,„ent of hei broken marria v^nfay morning to B-W.ljA. fl he wept at the airport Sha will be awaj fot two wei k i n awaj man iiids of pour.d< oi her -',-1 with ill II %  .! %  %  froi %  .-Tu-nts liolo-playjjy, a reo ly from civil servant Miss Mdivani. who Margaiet Cross also in verse— has written more than 600 letters in Colour along the corridors rhvme. range from grey to eau-de-nil, and Ra began 17 years ago, always (rom wann %  hades of pink to A.itrill vei-e. iMi-'ln. tha let., lll:(l ,,. ,,;l,,v. ters are to trtends, strangers or Thc ciin t C cn has vivid stnpcti • %  Royalty. He has answers from the Kint Queen Mary, Princess EliiabeWi %  dlstrlDuti %  awnings %  i gin and comfortable little £.,.£ S3 other m ;-n,ber, ol tn. V Itly without pubM ISS I, Mis> %  Harrtaon from Caileton College. hleh Is ii %  id: %  l Bha la still compnni' I But these acts have %  --..disfactlon Sid to IKthe reward of i She read Maeterlinck. and thought vMstfully th t she too 1 %  ikiiin for a Hlue Bird She had power to pnl most things In Same Plane M RS P HEWITT MYRING, wife ol c i) snd w P Advlaai returned from %  hti sno I rl II to Antigua on Truant la r and Mi s. Cl a I tlj in Antigua arrtvad rrero Aniii lathed to Bai clays Bank'i branch %  i %  lined by earning out to the wMatwS for £ an.e,plant from tha UA ti rnrfaBi vnealimi SIN formerly. Iuwlu ""'" pending it al Lannosrvtlia . c l* k Quebec. He raopaa n coma -town Learning hnglisn .r when he will have Tk* Iss LINE IHHtMi-Y of aTdrtcumpleted his COUree at lhat COlIVl de-Frame who had bteil U1 bald next week in Port-ot Spain, she U not dua back la Canada ..I-. She hopes to i • Not v MM mi. I ins Year M R W'll.l IAM .. who is adieUM at I•> la Collaaje, Montr Ins third yeai axsjmlnaUoni Mill' si, ht known as will II.,| hi f||] Ho will then spend a huhll;.rh:idos %  Ith hla mother before goinu |e,):ninu BtUdlCS. for SB Engllnh i,til Bepta Going; to Windsor C ANON P i) w MOORaX b) leaving Barbados on Julv I Ind for Engh'iut M t hi Oalatbla. He is going i" •wra In Wlndai I' He will U.lit.nhe.' ta i church then and will ..i>" b, Chaplain "f a ho-pitol In Witdaor Mrs Moore u already .mi. Incidental Intelligence I '.IVKII throw an old until I've sal on ii and punchi d Ii w '""i lo saa it i different look, M iW of thr S ih, gay. i'."' utton oi the carefi i about 4 ,"" '••'i'j'"'"*•" w %  m.u!:;..:"ni',:r,;;^ ffi lifiand peopll olxluralely refused u go ihe araj she acharntd for one sense, she was al %  bti. aha oavt Irank It was just those big ideiis A Yank Aged li Is (iimig lo Oxford Cl Ot .ink 11 %  l I; W I A art] returned lo Lodge wtl* "' thi Oovernoi ii, NEWELL RtKiEKS YORK The Oddt V WfOl %  next W j %  ir-old Alfred I %  ... %  %  %  %  i h hlstor> i. i Sayi hi 111 bi litl n anl< t ike me lo i laara and around ihe Look up ,niv %  'I iJtieQ -'I Ills e of the i Mines IIIn the Rockies that went to her head. Whan she came to London for t he first lima al i!> young fabulously wraalthy, and extremely the e5,000--yeai 'e.iui.iui \ ^ • iva tha due to I handsome Jtr troubled story. I am a restA l, m, J-ss mdyidual who likes to be ,,,„., .„,„ txmUnuaUy seeing new la .. i,,,^ ,. p oylng new as^rlancai, shi ..... MtM %  th< .g., an., ,,...., -. aster Col%  %  %  %  %  m kwtog from eounintry and from huaband Princetown University New Jer"• husband, she exclaimed disttustedly. speaking of her quarrel I K 5 111! '> llll AlrVIVIIICIA Ol I %  fun Ai. u s.o-i Perkins He straightened *"'' •• ^mtvihtn* out." %  itherine HOI Ha U i Tn I Sal i I ixford %  Alfred . i %  %  %  Not thai hi lot iminntiii %  %  Ike VtTJ Rev I on holi' lornwall raid l doal o enent of the doubl It has taken ,r %  38 years lo learn helter. I guess I am still a child From childhoodthat of an only child longing vainly for a normal borne baeuround she poured forth her frustrations and other B 1 shall live a BY THE WAY Ify llvachcom hvr I rtrhampi n of which i tcet our heads '.limn are are In his recent "Anthi 128, council t—dlllg SDtttra In tha .lark" Readings," for wlmh ht consulted houses are to be built with %  eilnn.Moreover, thev ue a badga oi mOTt than live hundie., net lower than usual, "to office. guaranteeing thai the books 01 hla COilOftfuet. Mr. Edgai r rw-flylna airwearer is a serious-minded. fulK Catyton. who read for the old craaV qurJined meter-reader, and not a Stoke-Wonu-rsley Gas Company To give more room to aircraft tfndabout r.ppieiitu e. glancing quotas aomo dtllghtfUl figures %  may haw rldewaya al gtrli all tha time. Fatty ftirn tlwir BttPaVn qpHl^SK men h IV0 W |Hlt I with such idiotic q -v "Have you rood '•nv good meters lately"** And n 1 humour th.anti-social hog i tailed say, two mcher eft the CTOWn if %  bowler or fel. R %  i %  ram of a top h .• One of tha councUlon idea of tha lo;ei oalhhi back Into the nttary" He probably meant .-i step forward Into the nexl %  %  : %  i %  Bui ba thai Umt oir. ByTng in and.rut of doors and basement windnv d people will live under the ground, for safety. I trim 11 %  •-• HlUl'lT' S MACK into the brimless bowler tin. Uxtse talk nf depriving ion of their bow I ..in ewaro that there is some truth In the remark of the laded 1 hoataaa who with languid inso'.I I I MB one gas' II v bowler, you've seen them all.*' It is also true that gas-inspectors', bowlers always look cither as if they had been left out all night, or Bj if nondescrlpt had btan sna weeks on i with ihe in: boaa beta proMEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S SHIRTS Gaberdine 56" tor instance. "Index rending: 342 add two cipher*,' 1 which was oiu ol Mi 0surge Farnham's maslcrMJ rarnbarn, who roaa %  |. ; i m luantl) beeam %  chlal mete. for the Edmonton Gu^ Companj 11 IN bowlti is now In vhosays: "I really cant think tni > Natural History Mu I ,vhy you do this. What's it for V Cheltenham. Jl'I.Y 2IST tor MlirttllM K IIAI.I." PARADISE BEACH (II II BROADWAY DRESS SHOP A SMALL SHIPMENT OF AMERICAN DRESSES BROAD STREET — TEL. 3895 Rupert and Simon — 32 NOW SHOWING DAILY l. ir, A 9.39 .. ,17 .. EM&MBE 4-G-M'S lAKGH UiO THIILL KH %  ^ %  ^ Jlt i asai w a v %  • he star of 'King Solomon's Mines". STEWART GRnNStR, isleiT'fic "i a bg MGM dthenUe 1 INFANTS' SCHOOL The school WBI (U MKncd by Mr Gamham Wright. Kent county .trehiii't ti.nnlv. His next letter will go •Q MI Attlee Mr. Houghlon likes cycling. walking and music, sometimes pan the church organ. | .-. hool spreads over 26.000 And his VTraes? He wrote one SQUlirr f. r \ and will COW o me after I saw him. Of them ||ll|(l K ,-„und when an it Mafl school, planned on similar lines. "I've found many friend* ti m ,._ Wh I visit w,-. All i;. M Boor %  ^xcepl lor writing il..-..l'"'i iv hl will be inc linrory. By i hynio IJ:..V. —L.E.S. AQI'.Vri CUlBl t'l.N'KSIA (M.mb.r. Only) •• THE HEIRESS OIJVIA IW HAVIL1 AND Ml.NTOOMEKV HAI.I1. II II VHIIS.N v.i.1. V.IRIAM IKll-KIVb MOXA nOTCTtAN A r.~~.." r...... MU 2-110 roo.%v .1 *•' ##. \f i rauacsroaw n >.o, p....i -OHN WAYNE OPERATION PACIFIC" -„..,., ...... ...... i r-i CARIBBEAN PREMIERE I -PHANTOM ml CIIISATOWVJ „..,„. „ -5'ADDUE SSSSSSKI PAYMENT ON DEMAND IM. \/. \,:?.. %  tip Uold*>n Ciirl* a I I" IN AHMH h. lr.hnl.-Ur a THI I \1 riUION SiTe TUNITS; urriKN os TS *rixi\ LugDil At John Carradinc A HEsrMAHU HOI KD i r.ibioT. Ken Witiuid Hob SteelGAIETY Till' f.\KI>LN — ST. JAML> raaai I BU.SJBIMM.i "• %  • %  Hisno ao\o SAN ANTONIO" ry ir!tri'd that ih*-c to ulk IO, Rupen *nd Jtk iht jy ro I>rpn.>.i i, WtB, wall, w you mu \ the olil 1 1 hi ok! wosdn *' %  %  .!!; 1 %  %  hr.-e Scm io J woodlind inKfc, Thr H .if milci iwsi %  %  %  i ind *n they ttt %  h:*li w.ll r. ihaak ARROW B. V. D. Grey. ELITE Striped RELIANCE Per yard White $7.10 Tan. Blue .__$7.31 $4.03 $3.90 4.55 4.87 i ftII iff lit visit < LIB AlOIU.W The matt fleauriful Mohr Club from Miami to Rio with a icortd-tride routotion for good food Hfu sic, Da n ring En terta in m en t throughout the night Dial 4000 for reservations ii f, O u E r MI K i f it i: To-day 5 6. 8.15 p.m. and Conlinulng They meoW a bargain when may married. -tBM 7 // / c o i v r t; a r 81 r c \ r *'4&S++&*VSS*,UW*S*S' r 'S*^ T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE 4606 STEWA9T WALTER GRANGERPiDGEON DftViD ROBERT NIVLN %  NEWTuK CYRIL CUSACK • GRETA GYiiT FRANK ALLENGV 3^PMTTHC PUDVUD xir; s.nrini, wmsucmu' ion Keo md m Dinciid HI TAV GARNEn Mtir CALLING ALL FISHERMEN! .... Rylands Mesh Wire for Fish Pots Lacing Wire Hounsclls Fishing lines C — 36 lbs. i looks Stainless Stocl Win Cotton and Seine Twines THE iiAiiiiAiios o-nii:n ATIVI: (OTTO.x HI mm mi. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 EMPIRE ..., U.li. i n ...J I ROYAL M-G-M ivasaati "SOl.DIKftS 7///Vrr' %  %  %  iaa %  i and Robert Nvl> now •HOCK ISIAND TRAIL OLYMPIC ii ..... I>r/./> ii .'SWVSSrsSSA**. "JUN0MS STAMPS!**"


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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
    Portion of title: Sunday advocate
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
    Bridgetown, Barbados
    Publication Date: Saturday, July 14, 1951
    Frequency: daily
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    ESTABLISHED 1895
    SAT I KDAY. .H'l.-i
    Another Dollar Crisis Faces Britain
    Reds Reply To
    Abadan Refinery Will
    Cost $350m Per Year
    LONDON, July 13
    \ NEW DOLLAR CRISIS is brewing in Britain,
    and may force the British Government to seek
    a waiver on the first repayment instalment of the
    1946 U.S. loan due on December 31.
    The cause of the new crisis, as being widely
    advertised, is the rearmament programme in the
    Western world. It has forced down British exports
    drastically, and caused Britain to pay much higher!
    dollar prices for essential raw materials.
    The result -the shadow of a new dollar gap,
    the excess of dollar imports over dollar exports
    (which Britain wiped out early in 1950, so that she
    was able to wipe out Marshal! Aid at the beginning
    of 1961).
    Now the vicious cycle appears
    U oil over aga:n. Tnc
    1
    gold and dollur surptu I >i the
    rilng area dropped dras-
    tically m the tod i June lo
    3&4.0OO.OO0 compared to $360,000-
    000 at the end of Hie lirst iuarier
    10 S3W.000.PO0 for
    IBM,
    Thus Britain and the ttaruni

    lamiliar davs of gold and dollar
    ilehcit*. Tne Chancellor of the
    .. r. Hugh Gailskeli, ad-
    ir.ittcd recently, 'It U quite likely
    M ies favourable influ-
    anoai ili eontlnua durum the
    next few month*. He was re-
    tiring to the itnfavourabla irada
    altuation, But all than
    aggravated hy the Iran oil crisis.
    GalUkell wild that the closing of
    the Abadan rail i
    -I'.O.OOO.OOO
    supphi
    at laael fi i di il H
    Marshall Aid
    Mow iu tin- Brttiah ge "in oi
    In 1947,
    light alter the doM I
    .
    .....
    $25,000,000
    From 1 autism
    July 10.
    For the first four month*
    pear vtatton to /
    above the corresponding
    period last year, anil if the
    rate I* kept up. as t- ...
    'his year's tourism
    will contribute almost $25-
    ooo.ooo t.i Uh oauooal in-
    Thl Will ll:i
    $5,000,000 additional tourist
    Income Udi iraai Incraaao
    In short stay visitors is now
    17'. while the iuiit .
    long-term visitors has gone
    up by tfl
    Milvertoi. \\ ill
    Leave C.D.C.
    Iron ''.it ii-,. ( ,rrM)nliiil
    LONDON, Jul) 13
    i d lit ii
    u announcad ihorlb to Lu
    lll>- ton on the Hoard of Colonial !>c-
    Kv the beginning of ii48. now-|valopmanl Corpa
    exhausted.] Lord Hilvarton, tonner Oov-
    d dollar art mo? >ear wan solved by Marshall AldffOl Ihxe I term of ap-
    i draw j potntmenl ended last month and
    ,00e. The thiru erHU e-'W' Ihe, Secretary of
    State for the Colonies, has not
    ashed bun to continue.
    Lord Mil-
    verton 'old a Daily Express re-
    I m on the beet of terirm
    with Lord H*itli Hi
    It P
    menti to tl
    i he Secretary of state.
    i *
    don't agree with their COtonl*]
    eurrcu in the midst of li
    Aid Pragrammt lati in M
    forced IBM . .i oment lo
    Cevalua the pound itarllnf. Pram
    than on hw ih .. i i
    ilollor de-
    . lu s whan
    , tock-pllini!
    rubber and llfl for
    At the end ol 1*90, BliUln be-
    Uon to forego piic
    ! Aid, but now the reai-j pur (.waive months I
    rruunenl programme hi ambai i the Bo-
    lallat Part) He realgned Uwl
    began to look oininou .i> Ilka they j year and nnce thee ha
    did in 1940. 1947. and 1948.
    and of the year, sterling{Anglo-Cuea Trade Pact
    area gold and doUai figurea will! -^^^^^
    be showing a deficit again,hut -, ,, .
    \<'u Job rort>OWi6a
    | I |61 uon.liii,. i.wni ;ired with Mi -.
    ition low ot $1.340,(Mhiii. I WASHINGTON. July,
    i and the .sterling area Chester Bowie*, former Demo-
    can absorb small surpluses with cratie Governor of Connecticut will
    tlon- be offered the job as next United
    able whether Britain can absorb Suites Ambassador to India ac-
    in that reserve also annual pav- cording to the present \
    D the U.S. loan and the tration's plans.
    A On Pate 5 I IP.
    Diplomats
    Turn Down
    Red Plans
    LONDON. July 13.
    ! li |
    anxiety thai tt"> Korean armlatlca
    telks were endangered i>> factors,
    aarloua than the halting
    I newnmen's, .nav.m ,.. .-., u, i.
    Some of the Communist condi-
    tion* for a truie
    . at a final settlement bJ
    I BfcTt rather than for an
    oi> an armistice
    'nf.ii. id ir i, i-rrlbed as,
    completely unacceptable,'1 Com-
    , diuniM- suggestions for The'
    i- w, cr for the I
    (jresent line ol d
    UN forces. They warned agains'
    . hopes for an cany a:
    1 agreement.
    I The suggestion tor ..
    liged buffer zone m the vicinity ol
    the Wth parallel, app*
    |CCptable in priiuipk t
    I provided it runs north of the
    defenre line which the IN
    I'ntb
    ihree Reason*
    The withdrawal behind that line
    by the l*n. foroai turlna an
    wraa said to be not
    u. M( i, bo< auaa:
    I Firstly, the present line has
    bean established at expense of
    la lives and m.iini.il
    I efforts.
    I Secondly, it is the only natural
    strategic line in that ana, which
    alao would afford sufficient pn>-
    I tection to Baou
    Thirdly, it is from thi
    the Communists have p i
    launched their most powi
    tacks against UN. forces.
    Hie wlthdi iwa] of all loralfln
    troops from Korea, would IHfaa
    sitate the aettll
    ,(L(iHitit. intarnatlonal control ot
    the whole o| Korea. Inchldlng
    'i nvnuntal oontroUad araaa. The
    present terms are not couatdared
    suitable ns the basis for an arm-
    istice but for the agreement u Ml
    Dvarall political ami mlHtarj
    settlement of the Korean conflic
    at some later date.
    Ihal the
    original Russian and ChUMM
    approach for an anniBtii'
    i, .i ,(ii axprai i Ion "f Uwli
    tanutna desire for an ai>
    But now sug-
    gested that the Chlneaa mhjpil
    huve had "second thoughts", un-
    less the present terms have b.c
    put out <- an initial feel< i and li
    to Tniwlify them t'.p.
    $1,000 MILLION FLOODS
    TAKE THREE LIVES IN U.S
    KANSAS CITY, Missouri. July 13.
    DISASTROUS FLOODS swamped the hum- industrial
    d-strict ol twin Kansas cities on Friday and cut off two-
    thirds ol this city's drinking water supply and washed
    residents from the rooftops. At least three were drowned
    and five mining. Many clunt; to the tree tops a watting
    rescue.
    ~~~ Major General l-ewis A. ITtck.
    Chief of the Army Engin-i-
    fsttmated flood damage In Kan-
    sas city area may reach $1,000-
    000,000.
    The Hooding Kansas
    crushed two levees and mnno.it-
    [ .i LBS i lb baa* h
    10,000 which make* up UM ieii-
    Iral industrial mre.
    thla ily.
    part across the Ml
    iHy of Kaii'ii
    d knocked out Turkey
    Creek pumping station whirl.
    provide* two thirds of i
    for this city of 453.000 popula-
    nd for President TrUKUUl'
    town of Inn. :
    and other suburban
    \ uriety Show At
    Pfockei Theatre
    the Unu-'isiiy collaaji Extra-
    Mural A
    Variat) Show last night .i th*
    British Council Pocket The-
    tre, I'riKiiieeii end directed
    by Miss Kleanot Nut i
    tnirty students of
    College and Harrlaon
    Coll age gave ,i lively iierformance
    throuflhoul Singing, dancing and
    acting together the younustei-
    rcated the ludieme to
    ,. | 11 11 'Ham*
    el" (in rahaarialj 'Hiawatha,"
    Goodbye Mr. Chips" added to
    the variety of the show. Quoat
    rtistes included Mr. CharleJ
    Reeves and Mi Ban Olbaon
    Miss Nurse was asslstec
    W. O. O Haynes. Mr. P. O
    Evelyn and Mr Oendal! who
    Han
    Gairy Going
    To Jamaica
    ..... ...,
    i.!--.-i.-.i
    ENADA J
    Don has been granted by
    the Trlnldi i Qovarnrm d<
    Mi I M Qalr* an Intransll flight
    hi Gairy has not
    he object of his visit,
    out the reason generally BO i
    In M II W.U. circles is tha:
    goes lo consult Ml N W Manleylhonw
    i resi art to tl
    ing the June Assizes ol
    Tising r,ul of the K>
    March riots with a vie-
    reversal.
    The foaling Is Known to gxltl
    aniont' Unlonltaa that they lacked
    Executive support by i
    fence, several of the ao
    , their own counsel.
    ; leved tl .. G
    Oarh.i.
    Gftad) W ill Redgn
    WASHINGTON. July 13
    Tlie White House gald On Tt klaj
    thai Banry P. Orady ugain re
    don to resign s
    i. iran
    will grant the reijuest Bl Bfl BB*
    proprbitc time I'.P.
    UaN. Message
    TOKYO, July 13
    |HE TEXT OF THE REPLY ..i thi garth
    Korean Geiua.il N.i.i< 1.
    Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy ti
    ceasefire talks as dellvereii
    C Hcer at 5.00 a.m., am annonno
    Supreme Headquarters "To Vice Admiral Joy
    of the United States Navy. We have received your
    letter. Following is my answer.
    i.ii.i ttttuitj n
    I 11.1,1 M.r'M ,1 i .HIS
    -.II.I.C ,,| SI (9 iir, to
    III si: SHI l:l' phrloBt.iphrd In J prn it
    d. | |ir\i,l.. Ilijlj*! m.t f<*t III.
    nisi mor. Uun nkVUr. spniv l.mh. Ihrri'
    KrannaiuvMil Moves
    Lp In West Germany
    ki. UVKFURl j. .
    WEST CIKRMAN KKAHMAMCNT mo\cd Htmthcr stoi
    resull ol Bnti-h, Freiu-h, and United
    action ending ihi legal itita M wu with thla dividad ooun
    ii> The major political i< ult of the moven wai 'lit
    powerful Sociausl chieftain Kuri Si humaehi conca
    that one of his conditions lor >>; new Qern >
    had been met bj AJIted actioi ll, gald "the end <
    the iUU ol ".H : long "Vl '"- i: ""' t be <
    .
    a contribution."
    Iiiiiili'ii-d liter in Hie
    iitr nr th o i una) i kega
    iidered i
    if(j
    ktM'fuii r.ut.ttii-i
    (ian Help Sugar
    SI H VOKK. July 13.
    The r.iptlmiati.m of the
    Korean <......> i may hrmi
    the mi;:.h market out ot lt>
    ink i .i iil'iiiii uhieh ma)
    result In retlnert mil bMJBBgi
    liul liualtlmt developments.
    Sugar Analyst, (.run. K.
    k.isi i ..niinn-iit.il eJjeeri
    th- raw smaro thus: "Not
    a sale has been rraorted Ihin
    week. Wllli neotlatlons fur
    a reabe-lire in Korea, the
    mjrkrt sra to he In a
    watting mimd ltli buyer*'
    and Hellers' Ideas far apart.
    What the nurket dte will
    depend on ubirh side gives
    wii dr-t Cuban seller* jrr
    t>.rin id.ti. lirm in their
    Haaa.
    Home small lots in Puerto
    Rleo and the rhlllpplnrs,
    aaaaaaafjaUr make their
    app'-aramr. hut buyers, u^m
    unwillliiR to -I"-". Ihelr
    handn."
    The Journal uf Commerce,
    has rrrorlr,| Furopean In-
    terest in Cuban sugar tem-
    porarily withdrawn. I he
    Journal of (Ommrrr. has
    regarded a* an "unfavour-
    able iarUr" the drop in
    deliveries I* 103.0X5 urns lor
    the week ending July 7.
    rum pared with 33K.96N ton*
    the j.r. i urn, week and 1 11:
    the
    ago.
    iith-
    out the relation lo tin...
    weeks the deliverirs as they
    Mood at 103.00(1 tons rould
    In- termed low. What K
    morr. net wrek s llgure is
    HheJi lo -how a drop of
    i:.. n N, inns compared with
    Ihe tame week a year ago,
    Only an unsettled interna-
    tional nlelure ! likrlv to re-
    rrrse the trend and keep thr
    market for Uie balance of
    Ihe year in utep."
    I'.P.

    ietaiit)\ oppoted to
    **a*w*e
    ' * eqoalily foi
    .'.
    1
    mlilUrrj contrTbuttcHi Tl.....nd
    ing of the state ot* wi
    long way to utltfy the J .1 -- .,


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    reeking Prai
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    I ontiil.iition of (nil
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    Olid
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    Si-hof
    andluoi
    ,.mi ii ,, ttini i ii h Into uni
    I -
    western mllltai I
    ll '
    viet attack i.ot io countei m
    attack and ..hift IhO bat Ilex round
    rend tin- Polish bordei
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    I'cl^iinii Gets
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    centra M lull
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    10 Airmen hilteil
    In Plane Crash
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    In Knglai long let
    .-re kllle
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    BrtDSSKLS, Julj n ""* "
    A 20-vimi -old Pi..... i .
    giana on Tueaday and bring dov '
    oie ohal <-iirt,.in on the royal dl ' '"
    pula ehldh nearli pi
    ountry btto
    i
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    I i fathi .uaed
    Leopold in i
    . miii pie
    the Helgi.n
    Old wll
    Speed Evacnatkyd
    in Jackson County
    rum I den
    ..,
    ' svered and
    UMM Ol Mime ol Uie two
    tcrey bulldlnr.
    above the waters. -I P.
    ABADAN'. July /3.
    h techni
    ;in oil fields will
    i ed up next week
    .... gj
    .my said on '
    The id that with

    .
    i I bananas
    I P
    $lm lor Bananas
    KUfOSTON. July" 10
    M ' Liijtan bananas arc be-
    ing growr. j
    . i will add
    I million stems lo
    cportj this
    For the first six months of 1951
    '
    ed. This was three
    same period last year.
    ent has announced
    Three Conquer
    Mount McKinley
    ALABAMA Julv 13,
    THREE MOUNTAIN* CLIMBERS reported on Fridaj
    lhat they conquered Mount McKinley, North America's
    hiplicst peak n Ihe first successful ascent buttress. Three members ol the Mount McKinley Si
    Expedition announced by radio they reached the muun'jin-
    top on Tuesday ewjfl
    11 !
    rr . rf-. mm
    t nit'ersilv i^nteue the 2o.aoo foot nwun-
    lakes In Walking .;';,;
    irsom <
    .... _______ f'-'
    KINGSTON. July Ifl
    The University Collage of tl WUllan
    West Indies has gone .irmy mountair
    laundry bu
    I
    i' s Vemaa
    base has been tafci
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    T.IE OOOD COMPANIONS
    the Uthua- Von Cfuam BhCort" Barbara Hutto^ -t Wimblodon
    tlon uf waiting until the in- her at her hotel to commiserate
    i rks Itaall <>ut Hut sha does not encourage them
    ilut iftaj a i i II i '" ll Bl. m i lo see
    Well enough last any but such old intimate* as von
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    Health Course
    Mp CLARENCE HAYNES.
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    Chief Reason Kayna had beet .,.
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    .i.bbons. the preaaid I lo
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    nilai coume.
    is raturnlng
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    never poasessea, eaieepi nrietiv
    Her Oi'ts
    All man's
    letters are
    in ithyme
    BIRMINGHAM
    ^..itv-nme-year-old Ml C>n.
    Houghlon. of Evesham Rood, Ast-
    wood Bonk. Worcotcrnhne, Ihe
    RAINBOW SCHOOL
    CHISUXHURST. Kent
    Chlslehursl chtldran who go to
    He.lhill junior school, cull their
    "rainbow" whool the coluur
    theme l b iso rcnt shad' for then
    UlUblUty to tha type Of work
    children undertake In the various
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    Miss Helen I*.
    ol Ml and
    rhursday whose home is m Buena
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    taking
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    Philip, Nurse Unice ClSU
    il Thompson.
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    hen he was
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    i;,e in Hyde Park Garden i and Count MauarwlU-
    iniarried and an
    in Mexico It 1 liter three yean ommoner, was soici tn
    thai Can Oranl jw got iMJwosm from a Cfrft,
    Inl lik.- her faod*") bei lili QW mist fundana h
    I l.c.o.v cU-rk ho w.ole to the a fl rj lo p..l in.- chjMr 11.
    shining hlue.
    To Rorrre For Silver
    Jubilee
    MJOaBPH RYAN,
    O.ft.O Hew t Trinidad
    lornlng bj w.i.A.
    on 1 to Italy vlj
    New Ynrk .nid England
    in R.nne tOt th "
    Mi
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    nt in Port-of-Spnir

    of the Rev Mother Ger
    t.-ir Order of st iirs
    Mi it h< i R .
    Carib Reaenrch Council
    Sill JOHN AND I.AIlY SAIN T
    leave for Trinidad
    noon by B w i A They aspa* t to
    Uivar" JubibM lK' "*-*. '"' "'"' week.
    she first came out
    nlnataan
    I ll( Btl J"hn is going to attend
    i iia al tin of the
    visited M'" '
    , divoi. i ,,f illnesses. In ener.
    j,,,, whoa '"' ^,''' Dad ,l,ur "pf""- '"ien I <>r them for suspecte.! llcttj
    v trouble From doctor to
    Two Weeks Dropnli Un 'limr shf
    for health in Sw
    JOAN HARRIS*' London
    ghter l Mr. and " tti I'sris i-.nU Now she
    the to arrai
    .,,,!,,, leaving for Trinidad ,ent of hei broken marria
    v^nfay morning to B-W.ljA. flhe wept at the airport
    Sha will be awaj fot two wei k
    i n awaj man
    iiids of pour.d< oi her
    -',-1 with ill II '.! froi .-Tu-nts
    liolo-play- jjy, a reoly from civil servant Miss
    Mdivani. who Margaiet Cross also in verse has
    ' written more than 600 letters in Colour along the corridors
    rhvme. range from grey to eau-de-nil, and
    Ra began 17 years ago, always (rom wann hades of pink to
    A.itr- ill vei-e. iMi-'ln. tha let- .,lll:(l,,. ,,;l,,v.
    ters are to trtends, strangers or Thc ciintCcn has vivid stnpcti
    Royalty.
    He has answers from the Kint
    Queen Mary, Princess EliiabeWi
    dlstrlDuti '
    awnings
    i gin
    and comfortable little
    .,. S3 other m;-n,ber, ol tn. V
    Itly without pub-
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    Harrtaon
    from Caileton College.
    hleh Is ii id: ' l
    Bha la still
    compnni' I
    But these acts have
    --..disfactlon
    Sid to Ik- the reward of
    i
    She read Maeterlinck. and
    thought vMstfully th t she too
    1 ikiiin for a Hlue Bird She had
    power to pnl most things In
    Same Plane
    MRS P HEWITT MYRING,
    wife ol c i) snd w P
    Advlaai returned from
    hti sno I rl II to Antigua on
    Truant la
    r and Mi s. Cl a I
    tlj in Antigua
    arrtvad rrero Aniii -
    lathed to Bai
    clays Bank'i branch " i
    lined by
    earning out to the wMatwS for an.e,plant from tha UA ti
    rnrfaBi vnealimi sin formerly. Iuwlu ""'"
    pending it al Lannosrvtlia c l* k
    Quebec. He raopaa n coma -town Learning hnglisn
    .r when he will have Tk* Iss LINE IHHtMi-Y of aTdrt-
    cumpleted his COUree at lhat COl- IVl de-Frame who had bteil U1
    bald next week in Port-ot Spain, she U not dua back la Canada
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    Not v mm mi. I ins Year
    MR W'll.l IAM ii Clara Orttn of
    Upper CoUyrnora R>..
    who is adieUM at
    I- > la Collaaje, Montr
    ' Ins third
    yeai axsjmlnaUoni Mill' si, ht
    known as will ii.,| hi
    f||]
    Ho will then spend a huh- ll;.rh:idos
    Ith hla mother before goinu |e,):ninu
    BtUdlCS.
    for SB
    Engllnh
    i,til Bepta
    Going; to Windsor
    CANON P i) w MOORaX
    b) leaving Barbados on Julv
    I Ind for Engh'iut M t hi
    Oalatbla. He is going i" wra
    In Wlndai I' He will U- .lit.nhe.'
    ta i church then and will ..i>"
    b, Chaplain "f a ho-pitol In
    Witdaor Mrs Moore u already
    .mi.
    Incidental Intelligence
    I'.IVKII throw an old
    until I've sal on ii and punch-
    i d Ii w '""i lo saa it i '
    , different look, M
    iW of thr
    Sih, gay. i'."'
    utton oi the carefi i
    about
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    ..........." m.u!:;..:"ni'- ,:r,;;^ ffi
    lifi- and peopll olxluralely refused
    u go ihe araj she acharntd for
    one sense, she was al
    bti. aha oavt
    Irank It was just those big ideiis
    A Yank Aged li Is (iimig lo Oxford
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    ii, NEWELL RtKiEKS
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    e of the
    i Mines
    ii- In the Rockies
    that went to her head.
    Whan she came to London for
    the first lima al i!> young fabu-
    lously wraalthy, and extremely
    the e5,000--yeai 'e.iui.iui\ ^ iva tha due to
    I handsome Jtr troubled story. I am a rest-
    Al, m, J-ss mdyidual who likes to be
    ,,,., ., txmUnuaUy seeing new la
    .. i,,,^ ,.p- oylng new as^rlancai, shi
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    -. aster Col- ' .' m kwtog from eoun-
    intry and from huaband
    Princetown University New Jer- " husband, she exclaimed dis-
    ttustedly. speaking of her quarrel
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    iminntiii
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    ' lornwall raid l doal
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    ith Prince Igor, i can never do
    nything rigtil I hnvr always
    . |va Ihe othas fellow the
    l>enent of the doubl It has taken
    ,r 38 years lo learn helter. I guess
    I am still a child "
    From childhood- that of an only
    child longing vainly for a normal
    borne baeuround she poured
    forth her frustrations and other
    B 1 shall live a
    BY THE WAY
    Ify llvachcom hvr
    Irtrhampi n
    of which i tcet our heads '.limn are are In his recent "Anthi
    128, council tdlllg SDtttra In tha .lark" Readings," for wlmh ht consulted
    houses are to be built with eilnn.- Moreover, thev ue a badga oi mOTt than live hundie.,
    net lower than usual, "to office. guaranteeing thai the books 01 hla COilOftfuet. Mr. Edgai
    , r, rw-flylna air- wearer is a serious-minded. fulK Catyton. who read for the old
    craaV qurJined meter-reader, and not a Stoke-Wonu-rsley Gas Company
    To give more room to aircraft tfndabout r.ppieiitu e. glancing quotas aomo dtllghtfUl figures -
    may haw rldewaya al gtrli all tha time.
    Fatty ftirn tlwir BttPaVn
    qpHl^SK men h IV0 W |Hlt I
    with such idiotic q
    -v "Have you rood 'nv good
    meters lately"** And n
    1 humour th.- anti-social hog
    i tailed say, two mcher
    eft the CTOWn if bowler or fel.
    , r * i ram of a
    top h . One of tha councUlon
    idea of tha lo;ei
    oalhhi back Into the
    nttary" He probably meant
    .-i step forward Into the nexl
    : i . Bui ba thai Umt oir-
    . ByTng in and.rut of
    doors and basement windnv
    . d people will
    live under the ground, for safety.
    I trim 11 - HlUl'lT'
    SMACK into the brimless bowler
    tin. Uxtse talk
    nf depriving ion of
    their bow
    I ..in ewaro that there is some
    truth In the remark of the laded
    1 hoataaa who
    with languid inso'.I I I
    MB one gas-
    ' ii v bowler, you've seen
    them all.*' It is also true that
    gas-inspectors', bowlers always
    look cither as if they had been
    left out all night, or Bj if non-
    descrlpt had btan
    sna weeks on
    i with ihe in-
    : boaa beta pro-
    MEN'S SHIRTS
    MEN'S SHIRTS
    MEN'S SHIRTS
    MEN'S SHIRTS
    Gaberdine 56"
    tor instance. "Index rending: 342
    add two cipher*,'1 which was oiu
    ol Mi 0surge Farnham's maslcr-
    Mj rarnbarn, who roaa
    |. ; i
    m luantl) beeam chlal mete.
    for the Edmonton Gu^
    Companj 11 in bowlti is now In
    vhosays: "I really cant think tni> Natural History Mu I
    ,vhy you do this. What's it for V Cheltenham.
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    STEWART GRnNStR,
    isleiT'fic "i a bg
    MGM dthenUe1
    INFANTS' SCHOOL
    The school WBI (U MKncd by Mr
    Gamham Wright. Kent county
    .trehiii't
    ti.nnlv. His next letter will go
    q Mi Attlee
    Mr. Houghlon likes cycling.
    walking and music, sometimes
    pan the church organ. | .-. hool spreads over 26.000
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    it Mafl school, planned on similar lines.
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    m-g-m ivasaati
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    i and Robert Nvl>
    now
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    TRAIL "
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    SATURDAY, JOLT II. ltd
    BARBADOS ADVOC ATF
    PACE THREE
    DIPLOMATS
    SEEN IN
    PRAGl E


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    Tim w the in
    liable clue has teen produced u
    < trail of ine musin
    diplomats up to ami
    ine Iron Curtain.
    26 aixl June 2
    i.mbauy in
    : Bt date Has been pmneu
    down.
    Next .1.
    1
    perl am ......

    I'raguc, and it l
    to London for close f
    aid:
    On June 3. which was a Sunday.
    I drm with my wife about 12
    mile* out of Prainte to tne Hotel
    RMM .. plMMllI little '
    . I
    couple if
    Luxury
    .1 bum hall .i dawn
    room*, ..Hi | -pi' itirva
    bar, ana ..
    you escape '.tic foiling oi being
    pied on lh.it we all get in Prague
    Western diplomats often go there
    VI i .
    i the Communists
    |
    . ml for I mljnari
    My wife md i an h i
    140, WhI n.i lun.lt
    i Ul] occupied
    by two Ei>K''nj
    Caech girls.
    The ffl : : . strangers
    to lit, :.nd in Ciechoslovakli these
    mi all the British
    tbera, Wi all
    The girls wit.- pi.
    the type of girls
    who ure p.nd to show
    n good llri
    them.
    The BngUahmen look Utt*
    i They wen
    r rod win* v..
    bet and tnlkim-
    other in dear, educated
    No Unioimt
    We wondered who |1
    be. Obvioosi> not trade union*

    crac] ould have
    piaanata: we know them
    all and meet most ol them lor
    then li no
    gib h rei-
    i

    rhe taller man, littlng In pro-
    i (; away Irom Id
    In 'he empty re
    m) aerutlny

    four roee, i did noi at
    anted.
    on
    Through the wide window 1
    aw them Ro off in a ehaufleur-
    drtVOn Hunk, sky-blue, with ur-
    I i BCh l itnljerplnlc for-
    elngers in Prague get distinctive
    How with red numbers.
    . |. :., Maclean .md
    IL'II
    A week later we taw U El
    . i and wi- recce?
    .. itii .i enock. The tall
    man in Rene's MU Ma.ie.m. the
    other wi Bui
    It is dangerous to discuss such
    discoveries on the photic. ao 1
    went round to u British diplomat,
    i. friend of mine in Prague, and.
    sitting in his bathroomwith the
    .
    i, ..rophoneaboutI told Inm what
    we had Man.
    Ha knew Burgess and
    and said they
    : them.
    I went hark to Ran**! onea Of
    twice in the hope of running into
    tiu'Tii. but thai did not inow up
    The belief in Pr*fUS ll that they
    have -gone on" to Want*
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    ratkm la * nrf Capl
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    Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy)
    Backache, Kidneys Strained!
    Ir Touch With Barbados
    ' Coast Station
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    i umit. i v ionm\
    A Way To Be Cool
    NKW YORK t i V-
    : e u e d in bo- < an havt A. lilt
    degree temperatures tonight for a > ar.'
    -Wen; ha .aid. We
    The fa-day cruise, in the 34.000-
    d liner (artinia. w,is
    more than sold out
    A wealths Cauforgdan, who
    (lew 3 000 miles to New York on
    a chance that someone would can-
    i I his passage at the lal minute.
    thi BtSI No one
    : .Hit
    Then- were champair.'
    in the state rooms Many of the
    568 paiei)K . i ,*t the sweltering l.-ft-
    hehindi on the pier, and the
    t'aronla was diesicd overall with
    penn.iiit.
    The cruise will take the cool-
    ness-seekirs to [celand, Norway.
    Sweden. Scotlrnd. Ireland. France.
    md England
    Will Haya, ex-n otlon picture
    rhlef, and Mri Ha) hi U*
    tudded
    with corporatloi
    um The)
    n- :io deUan
    i 3 3901

    in| "e "' 'l>r ,vl'n 5.500*
    parlour,
    and both* is the Rev Rtanwy
    Ga^rK (iertor of Clracc Chttrch,
    ,'. rhe i
    -dfl from a ilth) oar-
    tln Ihe phone
    ONE-TIME bnseball 'Ur Hugh
    wile today In
    Atlanta, fieorgi.i. and denied
    etaarai thai hf w... tin f.i'.ii.-i <>(
    ncthef woaaan'i child He
    . .11 hlmaaU Ul
    wife pleaded with him. Bu' he
    aid: NO, thi* is my tin
    hot I wf dead
    To|>-se*rel senrch
    si ORia OF aOEM Ul searching
    tvi i *'-! trf the wild and desolate
    i Mountain,
    Colorado where a giant airliner
    smashed 50 people to death The
    men are military Intelligence
    0d tiiev arc looking for
    top-secret document! which one of
    the 'i-.id. Lieut -Cotonel_ Merle
    Parti was earrylna.
    Is il prarv?
    ELDER statesman Barnard
    .
    .delight Ha writer -Malik asked
    Da you think the appolnt-
    nent of Oeneral Marshall as De-
    fence Secretary m.nn^ a prrven-
    Iva war*'
    l .1 know General M.m-
    hflll
    n i
    Vi, i aatd, 'but you want
    peace in ) ifC without
    niWrenee to the satellite eouniries
    or the live* of o'.ier people.' "
    I ilniv bj tm in..
    E1UC JOHN8TI IN,
    br Hollywood'l '.., bi
    Kh Anhin Ranh
    . and highly unpopular
    role. As Econonuc Btabulaatlon
    Adimnistralor. I.c tdls glum Sena-
    tors that tneta should be an Im-
    mediate rise in taxation or at least
    $10,000 million (1:3.571 million)
    Duels mean jail
    SENATORS, btii) trying to
    hammer out a 'code o[ ethic* foi
    tovernmenV' loy with the
    tiotiiiii of taatorlna dueti a form
    foi charai lei assassin-
    goloi Unfortunately, there li
    law that says you can i;o to jail
    fur tea J - ii much ;
    issue | challenge with pistols or
    swords
    Tlie sheik- wife
    FVEHVIHiDY said how roman-
    tic H wai ..Inn married the su ik in 145 She
    ol Khalil Ban
    Ibrahim Al-Bnwaf Itut now the
    sheik's lady i> petitioning the
    Manhattan court for permission to
    change her name bock to Mr-
    Constance W.llin-n She nays the
    other version is so cumbersome.
    Stup, t .. I I I M i.
    CALIFORNIA'S .Su|)erior Judge
    Edward Molkcnbuhr is fed up
    Witli Hie d|V-clC I
    him if it would be all figlit to en-
    force minimum prices m MB
    Said the fudge, .i I..
    (xrrmanent Injunction restraining
    them from go doing, "Where are
    wa to gtop in the i i
    latton m this country founded on
    (. | :.'.
    till thOM scenes
    THE portly opera slAr whose
    girth outwalghl bet glamour has
    long been a Mandb) jest. But now
    New York's Metropolitan Opera it
    in trmitic with the police becaus*
    nery.
    Tin icKuiaiion -..*> ii" s.cnctv
    longer than 33ft. can be unloaded
    in a New Yi ;k -licet And hawk-
    eyed policemen, ain.cd with tape
    i pointed "Ut that the an
    (Of Aidn*T "
    the limit
    WEST INDIES
    m PARLIAMENT
    LONDON. July \\
    . inj i itten
    Ivan m ihe House
    if Commoni op Wednesday. 4th

    Jiunuiia (Sickness)
    .; - i i it., ii i .
    aakad t'"' Sacratorj ol
    the otori ea II ht b j m thai
    epidemic ribad H
    iiuc t > malnu-
    trnion has broken out in Jamaica
    and what *tep* are bBSJ taken lo
    deal with tins ind Ita i
    Mr Dugdale There are m
    eases of vomiting sieknesx report-
    ed at pie i i"g current
    hudgcl includes i; lo.oon for de
    tailed labt: i' m MlnnUon '
    Ihe condition with the co-opera-
    tion of the slaff of the l
    I I lbs Wim Indies
    U'i'sl Indies Kcuinifiil
    Mr Bramt < rvatlva, Bill*
    the Secret.ii v |
    Slate fin W.ii .
    have now been taken lo re-form
    the We-i i. i c hnent
    Mr. Wyatt Mi right
    able Friend is In consultation wltk
    my right honourable friend uV
    Si i rotarj of Stati fot ita i
    on this aubjact
    Mr. Hrnme Will tha honourable
    Gentleman hear in mind that In-
    formed n| Inlon in the Bi I
    n favour <>t re-fortnuu
    this volunleet iwgfmanl wiu.'i
    >..!, li
    CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!!
    REPLACEMENTS COST '$
    " awp _____/>o_____
    ftnwfon costs you era tyar
    DO you know rhr amcunt
    Corrugated Irv>n Impcfted int.'
    tropical countries cverv yi ar t
    The figure ts as'omsh:ngAs' high. ar.J
    after allowing for new Wprks th
    balance represents a heavy forleir f>"
    lack of taking rroper precaution-;
    Protection is easy with
    Anti'-Cu'i os.tr Paint
    for every INCH of metal.
    FhPROOENE ia an anti-corroai--t
    paint designed for the tropic*. It clinfi
    C'OseW tc the lurface of meUl-wrrk,forming
    l r*ainp>proof. air-proof skin which preserve*
    itslifr^lmost iudefuiitely. In three at tract m
    sha^.w-Red. Grcv anrl Green.
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    v. at i w ii he also beat
    i ition would i o

    Ul tlie We i
    , form .i valuable idd
    lion t" Ihe itrength "i U
    l 'offllMI
    Mi Wyatl i full*
    What I he honour,itii* Mcmlici li
    s.iid I am "ire he .ilsn uodei
    .stands thai IM

    ure hun thai i
    made,
    Atlantic Batik Beams Now
    Probe Secret* of Stan
    Aiple wnidi, in war, da
    euictt t" ii the Balus i
    n"' A'i o lit hai .....i.
    Into the
    now lie
    d on in the tin- v illage I
    :
    In ehargi Pi ,\ f q
    1. .veil. 17-yeor-old, ai d
    Mar 1 i

    of radio itro-
    . mi- |
    ii the sea. an wai
    done in a mbmai tai k b
    device t. rf* d during the wai
    ret ling thata ai tin
    : i hlng The ,;.!..
    the eight thOU
    01
    i i ind '.....Ihei
    i ,i i
    -I.F.S
    'Patricia' taglHW
    The niotoi VfaMl Ld> I'alrkU
    eaterda* i venina with
    uppl- ol lima and nan t"i st
    \ ineani
    rha La*f) PalrleU in m
    urln i ihe ire* k I.....aaafa Ba
    dry dock. She wa
    mil painted
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    Vigour Restored,
    .-lands Made Young
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    BlimiKlh lMh i.f *\ Vi.Taba coal.
    /f-if... Mmmkood and I itmllly
    - .
    Ml ptara a h>a.v .
    M that ti-, I ,. tli, i-.. rti and 1....1 Wall.
    MVToiwrit pw'ifv >o laaaJtH an.I cii.-r
    Help najjaaaj O^tw'. Wy
    ' .1 praeUi-a
    that a 1111 - nml anti ai < k
    Bam ttoan out noi- r- i-c >"4 '!* I*
    VMS avlanH* N. tanaftt No fay
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    spoonfal
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    doily ,
    you're bSlntP
    to benelit
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    eartaty amoei
    Aetlcataly prrfumed
    . . .Ilnga Mftty foi 1.. in
    and h..ur. giving >uu
    thai nmutal pfftd look-
    raci rowoia
    roa IHAT NAtURAl VIVID LOOK
    -YtrUY WATER"
    VII iin w \ 11:1; owaa Ita old and Ugh iwputalton t> Ita
    1 . Cunge *: 1
    coins, diabetea, and chronic affi irrinary organ*
    v.....
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    luable to the Qouty, end i" Ihe Dyspeptie it
    1 " lenarallj i G

    1 11 .11 i>
    ihould l
    1 OB YOUR MI ILTH' I SAKt i
    "ViCMTV WATER"
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    THK
    BRITISH COLONIES
    Wh.it 1. :ite future of Ihe HritUho ton v.
    arc bcinj; encountered in tfM pro i idva
    epvernmeni within the Comnn wejalla? By what rr.tihou'. are
    colonial industr ire hcingr-panded ? Arc poj
    needs in ibecoloniR betni met* 'n wbal my ^r<-1 oloaial ptoblem*
    t.'-d.i\ bound up with a
    Theae an quntiotn of the graatc i importgoog to avary rcspon-.ibie
    ncr...n m ine Hiitt.li eoluBin. rhej kioderue ilic c*r*n and
    imparti il dhcu sum of every a*pe. t of colontal afTain lo be found in
    Dhr Tk Heviewofih* British Coh*ki
    Ttahii publishedb) In. Times, ih (..rtmost new-pjper in mc world,
    and BDpeara Ibui lams i yaaj :i Mtrofc, June, Scpicmbci ami
    ber.
    Die CtlfTCtil kaaue resume the pcneral commentary on colonml
    fain and introduces jii inaportani .enc ofirtidef on tbe raaontcei
    if the coioajpi with a spcs-i-il ariH-lc nn rabher. Amonj the tubjecti
    arficla by Special < >riiics on colonial 4Nm MaiM S".
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    lie ii/.i'

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    Populjttoi B-d Ctimmunal (Juritioti
    aj laajajanimd \teh,*
    I 'W lifomndruii ttmWm aid
    /' put. n .rlapmrii
    nadmmmlJrtfimm
    > .'-"( Imiiimr
    THE
    fe TIMES
    IU Ml w ol THI BatiTISt. COLONIES
    24 ftif^ Pt,.r Sr<*
    " dir-A-i rrom ihr PaWiiaar, rw Tlum I ondoa.
    Ofdan u*uliJ be
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    I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP
    Keepfrc\h<7//day)ong us,- Lifebuoy Toilet
    Soap in wjurdssn betnoi iliowcr.MwtaeiH
    .....fnilillh f inliinij' Hill,ifcsan tlaamlm
    laihcr really frees you ol wc-hr-v., keeps ynu
    fresher so muih hinger. So start using Life-
    buoy Toilet Soap now lor lre-.hnev. all day
    and every day!
    FOR PERSOK II. FRESHNESS 11.11 11-.
    IMPORTANT
    TO PLANTERS!!
    Our Planter iricnds arc rtCjHI tl I
    to let M know thrlr rr-qiiin.-tr
    immediately to onaure eatlv dtUvnO
    of the following i-quipmrnl:
    Wheel ;nid Tmrk Tr:ic tors
    CatfaM cullers and lu:ider.
    Hump and side delivrrv l!.il,<
    Manure spreaders
    Trailers, etc. . .
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    White Park Road
    DIAL 4616
    COURTESY GARAGE


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    TIM




    j.-,,, Itloo oi DM
    aba'!
    U .,1 || vai >< m ;| d ' :|r ;" ,;-">l
    *
    of th, attemp. mi i
    turh. i modi ""I1
    plan Instead <>t quipping
    . i si/r. Tn*-
    i luJpmenl Installed
    brie stunning appai
    Dui: there has
    been an Incr lumbar <( anlmala
    ii, the market but thara was no
    effort in make the conditions undai which
    the!
    It had bean previously pointed out that
    poattton o. U
    to its cloaa proximity to tha Public
    i.n\ whara human both'
    ctad for past marten

    easy to build a new abattoir on anothai
    iita and inatal tha new equipment Tha
    ContUttens under which meat Inspactlon
    been done in tha Mai kai haw I
    Irving and it is fortunate thai thara has
    been no outbreak "f disease traceable i<>
    faulty examination oi meat. Tin- high
    adard cA tha work has been due to the
    . ciencyoiCh Simile tha Superintendent
    (I the Market who is responsible for the
    inspection,
    Tin- climax came with tha visit oi an
    m tha Colonial Office, who
    marked recently that if the S.P.C'.A. and
    the PubUc Health iiullimilu-s hail bean
    r'iTij no meat for public consumption
    would have bean allowed from the Market
    The decision to build a new abattoir hi i
    come too roan and it is to be hope*! that
    the Government will not only build I
    laughter house with adequate n
    equipment but that tha existui relation
    between the abattoir and the Public
    Mortuary will be ended
    With all due deference to the C
    Office OfficiaTi obaervations it must be
    admitini however that under the present
    regulations in Barbadoa the most modern
    i ttoir -it the Public Market can only be
    in the nature of a show window to loi
    regulations governing Ihe Mil-
    ing of stock and the marketing of meat
    continue.
    apply i. tjie. Civ. ..f Bridgetown.
    , slaughterhouses outside the Cit /
    limits when qualified Inspectors would be
    detailed to examine the meat, would have
    to be established If the entire population ii
    to bo protected agalnsl dls>
    REVIVAL
    WITHIN the hist couple -i months
    Britain ha i revival in
    sport. The standard in Britain in certain
    forms of sport had touched a new low level
    aftei tha war and therefore It ii en ira
    ing tffind ih.it a coma-back is beij
    top of the wo: Id in i thanks to tha magnificent i
    Univ erstl the Mlantlc
    to admim drubbing to rival
    Amei And at Ht nley tins week
    Briti.vh crews gained tha laurel* chiefly
    through tha skill oi Cambridge College
    -
    In the racinj world British horses have
    made up much of the ground loat and have
    at last regained a stage where they appear
    to be more than a match for the French
    invasion.
    After suffering defeati at tha I
    the Australians and thi WCSl ludii-s ami
    with liuha and NYw Zealand,
    England has produced some new talent In
    her '!' -,'nih Afi lea w hich
    should help her |g build up a test cricket
    team for the future capable of taking on
    any country on equal terms.
    At Wimbledon this year there were taint
    algni m) a revival in English Tennis but it
    will l' many a yeai btlmr .Kni^land can
    field players like we Dohertya and Mrs
    Lambert Chambers who were outstanding
    in the days when lawn tennis had not yet
    developed into the terrifically fast and
    dentine game 'hat it is to d
    Pan ] t of the really gi eel i
    lish men players and Britain is still looking
    for a woman player of the calibre of Miss
    K. afcKane who won the championahip
    way back in the 20's.
    In the Boxin there is the same slow
    but ery of Hi Iti
    i, by the amazing defeat
    ol Bugar Raj Robinson i>\ Randolph Tur-
    pin who has won for Britain the Ml
    weight championship of the world, a title
    not held by Britain for sixty yean it is
    true that Turpin's parents hail irom Bl
    (;.ii.ma. I.ui Randolph was born in England
    baa lived all hu life In Britain Two
    West Indians domiciled In England, M<-
    ild Bailey and WJnl much
    to help Britain to regain much ol
    e on the> aunnftng track
    Even though there has been a tailing
    iff in thi- standard of British
    Football, or rather a more rapid bapra
    ment in con! d South Amei
    taken all in all. British spori is now
    definitely on the u]
    rationing is a thing uf the pa I ;
    Indication thai Britain will
    \ t'nr proud posit i-M-. in
    : the
    century
    The* Boy Wilts Hear*
    One* Of The World*
    lr< aiesC IX'aine*

    s<

    :
    any other i
    A

    . n> ii'i.

    Hi -ii v i.i: pall
    boy who la today M; <


    marrying.
    ,\ Peer Haa'i Baa


    in IK4! .f John Howl .i .

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    ..n'i Hi
    .
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    f St.llLl.V. ill-
    I

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    :
    notable public work

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    Mpmorii'N

    I
    would h
    sii.i wai
    u
    ta baby whom Ihey
    renamed Hicnard Morton Stanley
    riie boy who -.will soon leave
    too. i,% been ip*nt
    at llu> house j with th
    I
    All who knW hln, Ay he love*
    h .11/ Hill \ei \
    | I ivironmcnt influence a"
    trcagely .i- bated

    Mi o irers lut-ii
    ii .. i .wn esrtalii
    the boy ir. astpirad bj
    ;n-iiifvrments just as much as boyi
    11 tents f.iiTiihf and) t tati
    man> hereare inspiret
    'ouurs won by their blood
    "After his An i H
    I
    . hould do well."1
    A Clue
    HOW Ma m DensU B<
    i ''
    for their ai rwrld herltase,
    know.
    Bui peiii-pN a duo u " i
    i plorQ wtfa
    winic hi*- auto-


    She a! i

    low, rriendi and tncouratjamao
    pain.
    Vi'l .ill Hit natural blessing:
    ...... i,-, ha received m
    n i: "i bell
    ptinf his atloptet
    bo died soon itl
    niondlna tba lonoly boy "
    An urgent (orc- Imp) till
    i ... I .. .
    inirmng dSSlra 10 'Njbllti
    n lam which had

    i>v i a.* ye
    Tlir Oilier IVr.sian
    NKW YORK.
    SN
    Enl uf the
    '
    Finr iti dayaand
    perhapi foi we< i-.
    asm will bsva little ohanee, in iha
    .....
    taik or bl ins-
    Ins to a cltn
    i rod to and the Korean
    conflict
    ii i pro) bl) the qulele I pre-
    N I
    produn I. H.
    I Haul hTonrl
    .
    Iia'i Herbert I
    iiui ho i i i i Ive .it.ill'-

    Li> a itiiiiiinmii and 1
    i
    i i
    Even Russia*! Jacob Malik, who
    : lactln,
    . .

    He alwa rs peeks in

    i t eneh m
    lit- hai
    complained more than once thai
    .
    ii.u with tin' dlsnl
    Nations."
    Mi* grooming has n |
    oatruci
    nti for hi*
    exi ellent \
    i do not iik- in change
    tailor or n barbei i .mi too lax)
    to explain twice ti"' mom thins
    . i.m- dominated
    ! hi..: i in awn
    that ho ridl-
    tviiiie hK eeeatry ieta
    hrollrd Wttfa Itnt.iMi. Mr. In-
    lesaaa trirs in aaUJa aaotawr
    iidillii I mi Ihr "llii r side ut
    I'tr Htitld.

    "I will icll you < viivHung about
    >nc said
    :' ,in Inler-
    i l ..in DO,
    ..nil l have a very sm:iii i
    tosam was
    i .i ram-
    .ii>oiit hli
    . ho ahiei
    il |lclt> The only
    appointmenti he can be n Had
    upon i"
    i
    ved degrees In
    law ;il the
    . heron and Paris
    I
    ol i
    '
    U

    i
    men ted 11* man who
    e master i
    r
    B .1 i'i ittond the
    birth of II
    11 with n
    i h.iv Lions," ho

    i navei
    ythlng. Thai is
    I
    ;'..ii hi adjoa If this assembly
    will be tha main thine
    in my lifi.'."
    Sleepless
    o busy st the United Na-
    ti oi that aameono once observed
    ..nld have to be
    Lilted on the agenda there to gain
    hl consul' l
    i mi n.v.r hii when I >m
    asked why I am not married,*1 >-.
    i lut id' aay ii* a j<-k<" i
    am loo young."
    Sufferer fron insomnia, Bate*
    Utn rcadj itch authors as Mau-
    ; \l.uighnm until he
    entlj exhausted tu

    He goea t" movie alone and
    Hu in on .i tUm that he
    once or twice before. He
    can't it-member titles. Unfortun-
    t neve the same
    ;!h plots. I; ooldnl
    bad memory
    i
    most diplomats, Bntassm
    is not In low with Qm sound of
    ins own vol Ha once proposed
    that doJegatea to the Un b | N h
    , on pelted to listen
    to then I i
    Tin- Seal Speech
    !., that Nee
    ( i Berendaon aa-
    .
    . i tan i- 'ii v..i tha
    i i ever heard Man)
    n hours to sa> Ii

    the waa option I
    the future, he warned: "You
    , be ;i iH-SMinist Ite-
    ., re you lose
    courage.'1 __*
    (..I'vmuHT naaanvcD
    r.
    NOBODY'S DIARY
    .HeanfaySuapscion, they used to
    H| wit);
    aopla in Barbados. You don't say.
    as my North American friends cutely
    put it. I lind that suspicion is no special
    cfaanwterlstk oi this little island. I was
    telling; .i itranajai tomethlng ;iiut the
    island the other day. He didn't believe a
    POIsJ I .said. Why should he doubt me?
    My kucss would be that someone had
    been pumping him. Which only Roes to
    prove that gossip is a bad thing.
    TuesdayMy friends tell me that there is a
    racket in culture going on. People affect
    to be interested in culture with a capital
    C. It takes many forms. Best example of
    the week is that given by an old school-
    fellow who was enjoying himself at a
    barn dance in British Guiana. His enjoy*
    ment was somewhat marred by a poet
    who broke in on the festivities during a
    lull in dancing with the inane remark
    What are your cultural activities?
    v'ednrMlayOne method of keeping down
    the cost of living is to be a fisherboy
    Lonj; hours of the day can be spent with
    nothing on and only a rod in hand baiting
    small fish on the coast. You can't wear
    out your trousers if you don't wear them,
    hursday "Church stop that noise" are the
    words which my son used and the
    bells stopped ringing then My son loves
    noise but coming from n musical family
    (I have slept In hundreds of halls
    throughout Europe) he can't stand dis-
    harmony.
    These bells"churching bells" he cal
    themgo dong, dong. dong, dong. dong.
    dotlg, until they stop They make a dread-
    ful noise I remember reading somewhere
    that there is a bell-ringing society
    Barbados, in fact I am certain that the
    British Council once gave them 50 or
    so either to buy a bell or to teach people
    to ring bells There may be bells that
    ring tunefully In Barbados, but I haven't
    heard any to beat old Joe Frank ringing
    oul break, lunch and school over.
    rleaj ftrerythuuj changes. At Harrison
    1 legs there is a very modern little
    library on I spot where we used to roam
    through the woods us boys. But the old
    library is still there converted into an
    office a*id book shop and bearing the
    rather frightening sign in block letters
    SCHOOL FEES. Where the Rover Boys
    and Fennimore Cooper, Jeffrey Farnols
    and Hcreward the Wake used to show
    tattered covers and stained leaves now
    gleam bright blue books about calculus.
    In another corner are textbooks on Biol-
    ogy while there is shelf after shelf of the
    'History of Our Religion". Caesar's Gallic
    Wars are in evidence and many more.
    There are no Hunches. But one thing has
    not changed. The window where 1
    smashed the pane with the ball I lifted
    off the 2nd eleven nets is still there ever
    though the pane has been repaired.
    'ntiirdayMy spies tell me that Princes*
    Alice is becoming the spot for Bebop
    Cricket they soy is the national sport ir.
    Barbados, but judging by the dances I sec
    advertised in the Advocate every Satur
    day, I would have thought more people
    danced than played cricket.
    Another thing about dancing is that it
    creates trade for the pudding and soust
    vendors to say nothing of the drinks. My
    spies tell me that the bebop at the Alice
    is getting really anatgetk and the part-
    ners gat thrown around quite some.
    Than is they tell me a lot of jive. Seem;
    time to me to change the Playing Field'!
    go'd name.
    How about the Reef Hop Palais?
    Topical Talk
    "They ketch a turkle. Ar.d when they
    OUt ii open they find-------
    "The missing Treasury notes?"
    "Noa!"
    "Pity."
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    BY GEORGE HUNTE



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    a U
    n 'i Iha Wnd
    i

    i
    I.- v i i Bert ugoe
    , .
    \ ream would He
    '[ blood

    turn ad nauseam
    | i
    nultltude i
    llr\ i-.il n- rUrh.il.-,

    1
    correct an-suiv to this uncalled lui
    pleCO "I ;iutobiugraphy Irom a
    youth la "other people have" or.
    k.-v trying Old man, Iha end II
    rel
    when \'.- read tf Met;, Kaana
    on the contribution o( me weal
    In iian ti. l.ner.iii m tad
    i. (aci- with lxnnu.it t. the kind <>t
    ivhMh hi avUent arnen
    iit aey: -The eootrtbuUOB oi
    tool band i* the
    ii >ntnbulion to the uorld
    . ,.. .: i. ide
    ml ti.....n'i van!
    W I. Radin Hi"-.- h'tli- in iiothint!
    I i pm over w i writing to the
    W I. public." a sentei.....[
    nt:ged charm but
    ' am pertinent appUcsUon to
    writing Wean
    h : quell to-
    ri 0
    jrean but erhen
    H ere must tUU
    Heno 8* r
    .ill that has none before II la clear
    tt ;>i whether rlghtlt i
    I ri. not think th.it th
    Ign of .i definite
    tcrai
    . ..
    M uld know about It There is
    irourasement be-
    and writers like Edgar
    . iiui where
    ilwaya an
    Bam

    C( mpbell is a poem that suggests
    oflnO) with Iha insinislr''.m of
    |M,eiry.the worlds poetry. The
    iipiiKUiitlon of John Harrison's
    Art in the Caribbean (a B.B.C.
    broia leeal | ara worthwhile, be-
    cause John Harrison has some-
    thlng t<> *>ay and raya II well, hi-
    revfcrw o( The Traveller's Tree
    by Patrick Leigh Fermor must
    . bo l>e read. Other reviews which
    BUI unsigned or have initials cun-
    nni pcanbtj Interest more than a
    fiw reeden. There i-. no doubt
    that Blm in serving .1 purpose In
    the Caribbean, but there ts no
    I :liat It could be more pro-
    fitably edited If the bias were
    lias on ojuantti; and more on
    quality.
    I iiu- loehnlcally well mit-
    ten Mark Learnn Another Leioen
    03 Frank CoUymore would be
    more at home in the Comber-
    n.erlan than in a literary maga-
    zine. Hugh I'opham'o "Selene"
    1 ardly aaami to merit publication
    Derek WalcotlS 'The North Coast
    at Night" does not appear up to
    it; which he has unde-
    ' cslablisheil alreedy. There
    . re '-ir too many stories nd not
    1 Bl ln'se writing
    la known to the newspaper pub-
    lic, appears to be at his best
    Kilgnr Mlttelholzcr s conversation
    umpetently written.
    II We>t Indun writers were to
    ntrata Uttkt less on won-
    Hering about their rontribulioTi to
    llteraluic and ' little niore on
    eombating the evils of bombas*.
    Insincerity and mediocrltv. there
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    Planters .rivpare
    For Provision Crops I
    IT THE 1951 CH ahcd.

    i UncM '
    md the wnll
    I |

    till .1 number oi
    Ik Id* whJ
    | well

    ' them said thai
    ... ;.
    l nix pl.mt n
    tondiliOn but
    . number Of lleids nf
    ' ' reUow ap-
    l) now re-


    At li
    4.\iii;ii\ mwi'i'i \itM(.
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    '

    St. Andra* the
    0\ whauHng Macilnfttj
    us down thaii I
    TgB
    Die In
    Bridgetown
    .it 10.30
    live with
    i the bar-
    j.iiiriv
    ,.. uiai
    Bargain h]
    t t(t i md behM ti.- -rtaii^.
    u .iuiin.il- m pui
    sold
    At thi i
    : ,,-ki d
    I
    I
    .
    ,
    in. anicinls walk umriUlngl)
    Th i h.nr to lie pushed nut of
    |
    ties rhe

    Wht i. m
    aid ;( butcher yaata i
    I'n-f.i the DOM BOM

    Th< ugh tha an
    much noise ii.
    M one WOuU OXpCCI " "i i.imi"'
    re usualb il i til
    ML
    FortUHB Telling
    School. wll -' Tins
    L,.il\ amUlMd III > worked well
    UghOUt the ciop. Th.
    held up during
    pupUi will ad .. r,,,^ ,,i
    i .
    jects;
    S I
    '" example, of pUiU] the Held in
    of a < for th

    ''. ma ChrUt i ireh. Mr
    up when G. C. Ward said lhat they
    PICTURE 8HDW8 workmen engaged In dn-m soiling the
    .^:ret The building M ninety-three yea. old m
    tallory *t Vaaua A l.ymh *
    I was once hotel
    Did Not Throw
    Explosive
    Substance
    Galleries
    Leave Bridgetown
    Overhartgm
    A'"
    Israel Las
    ANOTHER GALLERY
    it is 11io one belonj:inj! to Meogra Jairm A
    Ltd.. of UcGregoi Strttrl
    ity. This lime
    inUi ago. A.
    rip :, littli
    mm nti rfera





    ifl, will
    I

    . d i o

    .-..i ue luut j kimkI r.Ull-
    ..... ould not complain Thli
    of the si.h..a.-:iW- puj ..,,,. hai been ,.-
    '................. dhrtiicl aa
    Maxwell Hill. Chi
    i II now the
    lice sir Allan O llymoro

    und hi
    tub the m(t guilty 0l throwing explosive
    th intent

    bodily harm on April
    '
    103 crop, i".' haw i lr dy i.
    amall qjuanllt) Mr i> h i Ward appi
    ra-oul neid. md ire La; W W Reeci
    a iltini .i tractor lo prepare tin K
    Showers Ycedrd
    "S|ic. i;il" t h.ss

    lion

    ; It
    .
    * tha pupils m < to
    found In the Junior Di |
    n
    I In i iiiiiluoi.ii must DC li "
    a targa masbar af anil
    ed their vhool Hie without
    benefiting from Hie lull.r aheol
    i\|Mrinn.". lli.l wan -uili-,1 II
    their age. itnce UM formal les-
    sons the> r.. ilveil i m- ..d.ipt-
    Bd t< pupiU miieh younaer
    ihoush oi ahracff patontJaUtlai
    Haai lhem*elvev
    lod.it the (iroriurlieii In tlu-
    Junior Iteiurlinriil h Ml''!'
    .ni.i iii.ii in the Baadar itepart-
    mrni han risen l W >' I
    .'71 respetth <) Ilius the
    aawlla wfaaat adneaUanal axpe-
    rteaaa waa lannarl] limited to
    ih.it -uiiiit im Hi.- Jnaler Da-
    l> riin in< f mIhm>K. umi en)*>
    fuller MfeaeJ rxperlenei- mar.-
    ronalaaanl with th.-ir aar. an-l
    :;.t UH opp-irtlllliti dill" I iin-
    d.r Hie tha "ifi arganwaHan, ta
    dlMtiirr and deelr Ihau ipe-
    rUI Interesls and -plitudei.
    s.. Car aa e-pilpmont is con-
    havi

    dch the school- ufteTM
    1
    oi
    .'ded In my
    these will help tbl
    ibly", he said.
    n. v. Outran
    . i .,. j.
    Crop is-liiokllig very well.
    but on account >( tha lata crop,
    rerj bai Irward lo cultt-

    During the laii crop, they bad

    tha faetoi v. but
    the <
    i rot tin'
    Hi .1 !l Hiilim-
    son Acting Government Analyst
    *'ho aaid that un Ajml T .. green
    ...ipet was brought to hirn with ,._._..
    metal attached Hi i umlnad Uia
    rpet found hola In it and
    rop along the edge
    black
    li, umed thai tha hole wu
    ...,' -. liu'.nr.
    ' I I
    .... . .
    i .
    16,173 TONS OF
    SUGAR SHIPPED
    Tde Motor vsate] OajaMHUi
    t iiHoiru.'ior began loading ;i ahlp*
    menl "< MO tons
    Bpeightstown tin st. John and
    Montreal yesterday. Shi
    .'d ,,t Bpetghtatown on Thui-wav
    From B
    lawn*! harbout wai teeming with
    I miiti-irnan from tin en.
    wars arrivbig by busaa arid gatung
    to woi i
    'hart workei
    labourerssome of wd
    from Spelghtatown ware > th
    l.ighteiv i <
    touai and six M< n'l
    m trolleys, wh
    tunning t(1 md rrom u*

    tha building >- believed
    Id It w.is
    i i ia .i hotel
    11. ol taking down lh<
    sen going mi f
    With '
    ,i, the City, gollen
    to Dt ill
    *.. Iarg<

    Street whi rc t>
    : Lynchs building in be-
    there n nudn tin
    i in Broad Blraat about
    .... i' .
    .:. I ..i
    B Boxt Road liowavar,
    nd abnoat every building has *
    gallery Their rn -t i- agma N
    . : tl
    Ju.Ikc r. 1. Tavlor and Judge
    .i W. B. i d with
    , echnon .f Mr . w i Walwyn,
    Police Hagbttrata and
    wlthoul prejudice caat tht police
    \iibin rook
    Suttla stict. charging hbn "f
    ling tn tell fortui
    agent who wanted
    !... eon | | had ap-
    ed against the I Magi
    Lynch & Co ,.'. a., ialon Mi I w Bar-
    - .V I < .
    i oman (>lga Clarke who
    wag doing dull on Sutt
    hi J..IHI.UV .it 7 o'| ||
    tl offenci wai commlWad wai
    he chief

    .. ., Harold Lyiv h i led
    . bouar when (
    t.i h km. ked and Conk opened
    ih< door Lynch told Cook Hi.it ha
    .i. .i in feel vci\ hot -it nlghl and
    nii.i not ileep took invited
    th n to ill around i law
    He than wonl Into i i ."t ' the
    mom whli h wa crei ned "tr and
    returned with glaaa In which
    tlahisd v"i* floating on
    ome iii- Hi
    frith in"1 .<

    !!, put the lama on
    and told tl i i
    ima mi "I
    i.i.v r i r papai Lyni h wrota hi
    ......, and i""1 took up tha pteci
    led I behind u*
    DRINK & ENJOY
    COOLING &
    REFRESHING
    24- TIN
    I flt-r Slttr't I ii I., a.,
    PICNIC SETS
    II .V Cl {'ii. Ilenor ;.r.
    Rnporl M km shipping
    i i
    tons. AH tl
    they ha,i the Uggaatcrop ,, ,, 0d
    tram 51* ifi I b .. i.. tt>.
    MERCHANT
    WILL PAY 5 Ord- and OIoM
    A cs unc was yaotardai im- What back Lynch told
    K i) n. Maxwell of I..... ha wanted in fortuna toM
    1...i. i Street by tha u i I i w.k.m ...m i i I
    thi Court of Api 'l"1;'1 ""'
    Mi G i- r.nii., and Ml J w a reao Thfc
    r Crienen Maxwell found two id '
    ...: ill ! in
    Th.
    in/

    At Hani st <; j 9,4 .1 ixwell mil and
    I (Inhaled sup|.i>n .
    Bcial manure to tha ground. They H wai ball threw
    ...,,
    0 ground provudi n 1 enU
    tii<- reaping -\< 01 hhn <
    ralna, but they still havi aen carpal which be carried to
    1 1 A Ui dysi.
    Constable Pilgnm mid T j \h*nllw Prtw
    t thai on a t I WeiVI *MUlIHs I OI
    1 want i" Ma> ,
    Beryl Welch V tlfllilltt'll >1 II M l< <
    . 1 Hurdle tiikin a
    Allan Blunt and Hilda lllll
    ! 1 lung wholaaala price
    1 ,.....ds I'" Januar) 18
    .....i Ins ! the lull tha
    maximum retail price

    Mi G. U.
    Jackie Grant
    Warns W.L
    Cricketers
    PORT-OF-SPAIN,
    ' warning thai the West
    1 ..
    ;i tough bowling alda thai would
    give nothing uway. lull be always
    on tli. offensive was sounded in
    Trinidad by Mr. G. C. Jackie
    Orant who led tha W 1 team to
    victory in the last Test Match of
    the I9SI tOUl "Down fn.l.i Ml
    month'! vae.1in.11
    is Principal "f Adams, college in
    Africa. While conceding
    Oaaatraetar ki
    call .it Sin ightatown thi*
    Whan the Ceaaarneui 1
    'till of 16.175 tl
    of sug.H will h ( 1 tfflth Mfora !'
    from Spelghtstown thli deind in the LOWOI Court,
    ___________________ 1 Maxwell IB ahlUlngn.
    1 K..,ir. Chial Price
    .'i'.1 the
    . i 1 n to wl htaj
    ISRl
    ffentherhead, ibop-
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    the (H.-.1 M. bnmght 300 feet of cedar M-
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    hng il diffleull t->
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    barge their cargoes.
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    1 scratch grain and IB bags Only pan of the gunwale
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    I oil. lOOcylir, aid. "Il
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    GOVERNMENT XOTM f
    TERMINATION OK tiii: -t,\ti:
    OF WAR WITH OBKMANT
    Ii is notified thai the formal
    War with Q< I
    ;<-i minated aa From 3 p.m. today
    (GMT), the 9th day of July. 1951
    On Uw loftructtooi Of Hit
    Majeety'i Pilm ..
    Foreign Affairs, th<
    United Kingdom High Cominis-
    tonar la Oannany addressed n
    rommunlcalion to th*
    Government of Germany in ih<
    following I
    His m.ih itj i, \ :i nmenl In
    the Unite R I
    mind ihat on 3rd Septi mber
    l3 .. Mat.- of wai w I
    With the German Reich,
    that active beetlUtlei were
    i

    German Feirii lenied on the Sth
    June. 1943. In-
    formal state or vil with Ger-
    many hM unit.lined lo subsist
    so far l ty Law ol
    the United KliiKdum is concern-
    ed, and will so continue until
    appropn ,'..., t Iken by
    H.M. Government to terminate
    if.
    thai through i n tunatancei
    Qerti in control H bai
    aa mi 11oved Imp" ilble t" c
    elude i Treat) which would
    dtapi >f qua tin
    of tne state of m with the
    Ocrmnn Reich, have del
    thai, without prejudice to the
    i i. i u| ..' (in Statute, or to Iht*
    of |u the aitUi
    menl of which must await the
    conclusion of Treaty, the foi
    mal stale of war h<

    shall li- Immediately termin-
    ated.
    A notifleatfc tharet
    inn published Ihat the form l| thate
    nl war with Germany has termin-
    ated H from 3 p.m. (GMT) on the
    Mh dB) Of July. 1951.
    HI Majaat)' Gov* tihh.hi i
    dom must rcserv
    the rlghl '
    property sub jet-1 to control by
    virtue of Trailing with tJ I
    legislation or in the cu-^'
    i to n
    call that under that lei:'
    obstacle has been placed since
    29 3 49 ill the way of the rcsump-
    t on of full comnw n lal and finan-
    cial dealings between 11
    the t/Dited Kingdom ai
    in Germany or of the .
    of propert. not then
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    n rna iinalti
    Contract! < oncludi d 1
    : the United
    Kingdom n < ''
    U ill als. act to Trad-
    ink! With the Enemy Ii
    but cootracUi concluded on or
    I I I an in the
    same position a< COntl
    eluded with persons in any
    friendly country and no obstacle?
    i ,\ . been < connexion with them i
    l'>e fact that a formal -: .*
    t as prc\ between
    the United Kingdom and Germany
    11 -51sn
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    CONSTITUTION SWAMP AND
    CONSTITUTION RJVEH
    All persons who have placed or
    caueed to be pi...
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    ind all pers.ii.
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    lying fn m on the Conatttutlon
    ConatltuUon rUvai an
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    or lhin by the 15th of July. 1951.
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    Ur or thine in or on t(
    tution Swamp or Constitution
    River during the period of th>
    15th of July to the 30th of Ko-
    V ember, 1951. Any person in-
    the terms of :
    able lo proceedings under
    action 18 of the De]>artment of
    Ii and Transport Act.
    1945
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    RARRADOS ADVOCATE
    SATIHOAY. Jll.Y 14. 1951
    Play All Cricket
    Test Games At Lords
    Leave Out Old Ttafford
    ll loin- Mac Adam
    SavillrNow
    For Davis Cup
    (By I KWK ROSTKONi
    Nrw Wlmbtodon ctempioo DU
    . i .i annual
    'lus by flying from Lon-
    i lay court
    i hurting in Chicago.
    told nv U
    l no is In in;ikc lh<

    J.ipan it. CO tpta i'l, n.uvelvunder-
    i think my Wim-
    bledon win will h>-ii> mo i<> !
    place."
    I m K.inly will. Muster Savitt,
    and, >>>' ona l"'k of things. Aus-
    ill llnd it h much bigger-
    thm-uiUclpftMd probtam t'<>
    proven! the in.hid of the Wim-
    MOdOn und Auntruliiiti li'i<
    the deciding I
    I N>\l TargH
    populni
    i Wiml Ion IH -hold
    I I INI
    i PI
    idlotioi a Old Ti.iitMid u I vcnut
    fur Test mala thai often don't H tin
    ished.
    manner or another
    Il time sumubodv in the blgh*1 n-alms of ericktf
    upped and made move t<> throw Manchaat
    cricket curriculum
    mattei
    i ngham
    .t iii [t, too, I '
    it from

    i i| summer w II Hart | .<. to Ettl i
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    Ihe headquarb it.....i I
    i . . t- hii n to London to
    , the pi ice I Bl "",l,:"''
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    OT I D, ami 00 i'll the thing!
    lidoa ill over |hi oanl do whi
    :i tin. [on winning v. In
    Write Them Oil "'"" .
    Neithri Nottingham nor Man- Nl>llL"".
    lor a ran ';,''' v
    -------_----------------- sooner tl '"l," K
    ah ii tournament at i- ea m..
    iShlrli
    foi the national double!
    ALPBBD V til mix
    'VALENTINE" LEAVES

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    ii
    i OH July iii ,. i .
    Awed valentine leave* Ihe at B ton. or the
    Wand by plan,, on August 3i for raoa f. i the Oh......nd -
    rnnama when ha will km thi Loweetofl 01 the Cup Final at
    s.s. Akaroa, bearing ihc other Aecrlnfton, or the All
    Wilt I bbean. Tnej will proceed Zvaland. Ihi n i trataa, fron the
    i Cup
    She Ii the fourth pl.'iycr to win
    ii three title* The oil
    i anglen, Alice Marble,
    and l- Ami now DU inapobol ; uiiiin.it i
    i f tin. topsy-turvy 19M Wuni.u-
    don. Mum feature unparaDeloi
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    .v !,. HvUi-Il player* aftoi six
    Our i '
    B.G. Lifter For
    World Games
    GEOIICKTOWN. July 11.
    Gordon Petrlc -'H-year
    British
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    In England will laprajanl '* P|n>'
    British Guiana at the World A5 tt Is. too
    I toss and
    The I>.G. Association > to '"
    I iwn t. i
    KIrkinUlloch.
    i
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    vie and more tutUng aoanui '-i'
    m-si tennit of the fortnight
    ..'it;..
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    :,., Men
    WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
    Pol Ire ( .inn- 10.00 a.m.
    Meeting of the Karbadix.
    Civil Service Association
    at t'ombermere school
    1.10 p.m.
    Openliii of a Bab} Leaxur.
    St. Andrew 4 p.m.
    r.>!i' c Hand Charily Concert
    Wakcfield. BrilUh Coun-
    cil. 5 & 8 p.m.
    CRICKET
    Today is (he l*i day al
    the second series of First
    and Intermediate crtrket and
    the l..-i day of thr third in
    Srcond IHvUlon.
    In the Flrat Dlvblon the
    matches are
    Wanderers w F.mplre al
    the Bay
    Plrkwlck vs. Spartan at
    Ihe Oval
    Police vs. Y.M.P.C. at the
    Park
    Cnlleie vs. Carllon at Col-
    lege
    Combermere vs. Lodge at
    Combermere
    The ltitrriTiKll.tr Division
    matches are ;
    Cable A- Vtlrcles> w Spar-
    tin al Boarded Hall
    Menial llospllal vs. Wan-
    derer-, jt Hi.. Roek
    I:ii-mi'in n. Empire al
    Hie Garrison
    Windward vs. Plrkwlck at
    i "in:.. Road
    The Second Division
    malrhea are :
    l i.....r. vs. Combermere
    at Bank Hall
    Y.M.P.C. va. Wanderers at
    lsc'kles Road
    I.,tdie vs. Foundation at
    Lodge
    Carllon vs Police al Carl-
    ton
    Central \%. (nllere al
    Vaucli
    Leeward vs. l-irkwlck
    Foster-a,
    CINEMAS
    i !.. ,.i,i..., Thr**"
    >.4 v m
    '""ii *'..ii.
    Wail 11
    Tour Of India
    18 Temptation
    To Bedaer
    MCC ore caiefuliy leeling the
    >. v uefore officially cnoosing their
    me for India, tri*. only metnua?r
    . I which thus far announced U
    .NiH'l Howard captain (write*
    :'ru'i Harris).
    Sourdinga arc being Uken to
    nd >.ui who is available, th#
    ..f.pruwh being through the county
    nubs in the caa of the pro*.
    I understand that such Inquir-
    i s havg been made concerning
    . very member of the side. Players
    decline to discuss the matter until
    ihey are definitely asked, but it
    11 easy to Judge how the wind
    UOWB.
    My prophecy is that Ikin,
    Kanan, Taiiersall, Laker
    and Graveney will certainly go,
    Lut not Brown.
    Unlikely
    The choice ot Howard implies
    i much. Compton. is unlikely
    m-cause of his knee trouble, Wat-
    >cn because of his football com-
    fitments.
    Doubtful cases are those of
    Mutton, Bcdser and Simpson; all
    .'nese had a severe tour of
    Australia last winter and have
    nad a surfeit of cricket.
    Spooner. the Warwickshire
    keener-bataman. is a strong con-
    Jldate. So are Rldgway. of Kent,
    ,s a fast bowler, and Poole. of
    Moiu, as a left-handed babtman.
    Hedser. who ha* done an enor-
    mous amount of work In the last
    three years, would do well to take
    i winter's rest, even though the
    ierr.ptation does exist to add to
    he ISO Test wickets already his.
    YACHT CLUB
    TENNIS RESULTS
    Following are the re*..)U Of
    yesterday's Tennis at the Yacht
    Club:
    Men* Sini-lr*. (Semi-Final*.)
    C. Godfree beat W A Cnch-
    low 75. S.
    Mixed Doubles (Semi-Final*)
    Miss G. Pilgrim and G. H.
    Manning beat Mr. and Mr* If S.
    Bancroft. 60. 73
    MONDAYS FIXTURES
    Mixed Doubles (Semi-Finals)
    Miss J. Wood and J D. Trim-
    ingham vs. Mis* D Wood and Dr.
    C. G Manning.
    '/'/WW**'^'^-'^*-',*,-.'.-.'--.-.--'
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    The Weather
    TO-DAY
    Sun Rises : 5.46 a.m.
    Sun Seta : 6.25 p.m.
    Moon (Full) July IS
    I lihllng : T.M p.m.
    High Water I 1M0 p.m.
    YEHTERDAY
    Rainfall (Codrington) nil
    ToUl for month lo yester-
    day : 1.43 Ins.
    Temperature Temperature (Mln.l : : l
    Wind Direction (9 a.m.) S.E..
    13 p.m.) E N E
    Wind Velocity miles per
    hour
    Karometer <9 am.) 36.817.
    i p.m.) 29.M3
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