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PACE riC.HT BARB \IK)S ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JULY 21. 1M1 English Selectors Waste Opportunity H> Peler %  %  •. %  • LONDON What %  (tortou gnartnnttj toi wpwinmn iht !* threw '"" "' h ''.'" ,vl .a Ix.rels "T. Julj etxipal .^— it. i ,, Bxtun • u nun. Bui still the game is r..i. r HEAs &OAA# Agp-tetx^ Thr PUyen liMr tl %  • %  %  %  %  i > %  %  and Ra :.mbndie.iMiddle: %  ; (Ei The I probnU) me t 't. i thi elect tht %  i i -lii-1 *i Ti %  i ninniiiK < indldatt %  i l i % %  •.. latai li the The m ..f refaran Mil lo OnJ 'hat the Oentl and thus la entirely Knelt th bred men's XI contain on!) on baU-brothor to TVeapeas, ho M-.tlar new to repn Eclipse Slakes \V on 15 > Mystery K Myatorj ix. ounM i KM: trained bi i ni ridden tbo Belli % %  U Park by hnll %  < nomuKh. ill Ihlrd. %  Ln tinvalu %  i worth £9.44(i in the winner, foaled in Franco, M Esmond iendll.| I LhorO Oltl Od III 1*47 bj Tchr.ii' TI* l trained tunnen wore larking • r : i v..is ml IX*s Hi d boon well behind SCil and %  ''• .1 half i irthoi '" honours, ifld that lo the 1 te.un th< i ."'.' th I has bi %  bai ii"* %  Iread) played )" %  b iiuinli \ haa boon no Iw trial KaraUna and klthougti I %  %  %  h'Hihi ( %  bald, ih behind t D rbj Thi r doubt thai i UtUi %  %  uoa could hav had pct lot In the van made OH QOflrl | for a Ion* way at reported thai the pol b> for the aolod harder on the ore II ,i imin A ( %  rent Sraoon rouah and SjrtnTf Nephew were i Sea Nymph* Draw With Goldfish Ooidflsh and Boa played in a -'in . India rallied and one minutO latOI IMS ;!l '" "*"" !" fi '" ,ll "" ' him sen! in tbo equallaei Joyce Eckthe Players XI %  tain win. wa ctoee m not th Others. In %  Bbntlai cote, from %  bout tl i th of Baaox, who la having yards outside the coal area. bli bo at 0 Iloth teams during thl >f the moment; mm* in another Kooil frank Low, s< %  Nypo bi %  d opening butsnvm l edition in thi Ooldfl h Monet i no .... ,, worked hard !" d Oonti In the IOCOI .i hall n the Oonl play hei '' %  • II, an> real ,-..m'" %  "" r, r v """ %  '" ""' '' %  The Goldnal I : I howlt i tin %  %  %  %  ii' rtui "11 i pohn '• %  ''> >'< %  tiea to aeon even when one m '" "" <' niadwm and i. WIUi the axcoptlon i f Smith, oil %  final wl "o ." ,u ";• and bavi ears ahead of thi m. Aim I WOUU IMd lii The rofan ifr. J Knlghl 8n lib will not be pla The t.-.nnWOTO : "'' v '' l'>' '"' D tX 111 la 4 (.oi.iii.h B Hunte, D, John i > P Pitcher (Cap! >, B. R i k< Sea N>mp!is: A Bl kl tell i Browne, B WUllams, M. KnUht. p. Mahon, .T I k and N Jonft (tui> Premiere** TennU /\'<>f///> No School Cricket Today MONDAY'S riXTURES C II Thi t S A. ofcCaskle 6—4; 3— 6. 6—3. %  • —2: 8—4. THI; Harrii MCN'N IHM m.I heduled i porde and W i< I K rde D pen : %  da %  .>..! i'. n.i.Mr, .11,1 i I, Blacketl will no played hiatead on Wi lm l.unis UNOI is i Miss A Griffith v* Mi" <:. wivV. MI pT*| BDMILM i anitnatl< C H Porde vi i CarmkhaeL Lodtfa School Caaap Thcv'U Do It Every Time 1-Jow CCM£? P20PLC WITH IWzjR. NAA'.f-S ZKORA'.'ZD OH THEiR CHECKS SK3N THSM.OM, SO LCGlBt-y—• Ibnugh pis 1 1 Bpooner ol Warwlekshln %  truly great ti. he forever lanOTOd b) own opinion, bul thai ol more tl %  i. that ii Bpoon In the infdand Teat team at tin, ..( Kent of dibun. vt K. in ion llniwai b hold in team, an I I far the • -...: . ; a fixture such at. Cicui. vs. Playen Take. tOO, thl nf Win ii-'.i-i .line. He his been 1 Rh man on i I could %  %  I Dvei i" KI\ ti,. % %  everal i Ihoea iek cted fm th Player ni unlikely i<. u %  • %  %  tn Bill winter Then eauM nw i 11 NiKel i who will lead the MCt In Indl i %  1 powi of cap) bv leadbig the G<-i I V.r/OJ-C-. With Hie I IIIU.I SO\ Wheel Traelor WORLDS MOST COPIED IRAGTQR With thl : I I plouRhe.1 %  %  %  i ; % %  Vehicle. %  i '.h..t ..f %  Track Tractor, and you Will bo an l!nance. Furllu' BUILDING SITES nl Hit.III.All S|. .Mi<-htirl Cool and Attractive Situation in well laid-out area. Water mains and electric mains have been installed and first class private roads completed. Sites from 10,000 sq. ft. upwards For funher information phone 12311 Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. Head Office. Prince Alfred Street



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-Ml I;I. \ -> lll.\ 21. 1S.-.1 I:\I:H\IM., MIWKVI. PAfil llllii:i" H.E. Opens Summer School At Codrington College fatten 0/ AdminUlration HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR Mid last night thai " nth Hewn J^ ln Ing at DM openln ofl the Sw aM ,t *i t" ri big held un-l. k i..n Imi nl i the Uni> lU •• ol the Indies. %  oOaCial dinner to us Will %  of th' %  the Mi \\ w %  Should City Site Be Used As Parking Place? l f fellowship Mini is Ihi VMJ ;-i 1/ a month ago I had been a.\ked g. what I proposed to say, said the ttw whan ttr expressed the goodtcplicd thai uu towards some aspect of the Bacrbad %  : Indies generally pnd. In ft|2 frtf DOtliU 11 ^l I' 111 economy. But in Ihe b the pe THE AREA at the |uocllOB of Pi Mivrl ami VK'.LII. S'. %  .• %  1 wlm'ii has |US1 ed ef huiMiriRS. he used as a parkin* pi* nl i'if 1'iiv'-. bi.iinviiii'n saul U. the Advocate \.lion wnuld bea X<.KI one, but nil % %  I'HM opinion that tin | I y against It. ask for Cusson? 1.1 \i m ^ Ol III so\l*s M : ION • mi l HtuniH JUSTK ES < Messrs. Cave, %  aid thai %  ould. ha his aptntoD, be an i Hunk put I i Overpriced Okrw* FOB violating I •*. Ait on Julv 11, IVurl Coll urgency of living, the he.iuty of %  ' about tall island a huwKti of Black Hock. S; the Can people, its Miehael. wai Uned b) itoeku's. tha labour Mvtni devio \ pilalnj %  A" Police Magistrate %'i* to be the organisation of shops and '•> New York, talking to a paid bv monthly offices, the i,.. Domic !* !" "t hXtUStrlalart ba said thai lw „ month*' imprisonment with '*'*" %  H : thai >.ill] on Sar•^ ,, %  l Uwn %  '' > 10 '" u a '"" i""'' "' '" might !*• marcttd bi .' I H i \\ Fannaa ottices. the measure of ecnnomic •*"• %  <* •" t.'u.-i inaia uiai w „ month* li development and sard of the highest praise lljra labour, iarly. the spirit >>f ti.v. i; %  ** UlS Barbadian ,\>,l Canada. It art ''"J"". 1 '"" r e t u 5 1 laKinx. and it will raqutn i which is area bttvaan st Mary*i t'hnn-ti w;iii and Plaotationi Ltd., including OM tha croai parkli i -i.u-e. 1 iiioiiths anena quiel reflection to v WOUld not h.mi|>ei ihe %  I • i Iso be u litovidrd Open space* are dwass aaaaraaaa ks imih-ap if", I in in the nwin xlnippiHg .ifi uf BfidirPiMM Ihan .ire alread> several surh .paces Trafalcar >*.|U.ir.h>. kwtw. Place mil BM -pen irea anS gagdjaa S9 %  '" Paroehial Bulldim
    quare mile compared unit abaut I.30Q u> aquan mile ill ||nS Island. Its current revenue 1. about SlOO.OOOOOo. . I oaaapBJ a that with the po-ition in Barbados ivhara nionpn. uf SI. D „j c ,,...,...., _.„ \MI Economic priw whuh la 1 M tor on. ponnr. 8(1 I Kltu 11.^,.,.!..,! It'trrui'lvS • *fty _^gf thoro pronniMator toil I H-, I It II O.trt at Ks ^^ i i PoUea v..I ^ Raul. St tuduwl ... %  %  %  I)'rant musiX tSJ^i^i D1M " A •"*" W %  rf .„'!„,. l, T„ w,, i„ o,Jt!. "• %  <'*•"'< h "" >'"lly ol not onlv t:n.. I Ml .1 tor i rln •! l"i in. "I! dosTnd hu^U T^?.,,!^v^, ""W"" l • %  'n.|u,„.a.l ul ,.I,.i..; „.. ..ill Brio lown.1 ',... ^^.i !" ^ The fine is to be paid in It. ————— met ol Prim short notice. or n men l paid in 11 dS} ONSBMIU M days' Imprison* cith hard labour. 'ho. at party %  %  t orty yaan ago. many (a other part of ihe world) were holding posts of distinction in the Civil Service, in the Ju i i ti SMOI'..S. in trade and I expect some had inquired United Stab A.he„ a .ovemmri,, ,.,,. ,. %f£ !" .^^ ^^f the mast unorihodov HtuuacuU . wan I$ > g B| w J J |j 5^3 The offasKa araa cotntstlttad on July 20, about n 45 1 m. Cpl Murphy of tha UndiH' Post PLACED ON BOND UCNORA Cl'MliKKHATCM a hawker of Kichnnnal I Michael kvas found KUilt-1 1 by 1 District -A" Police MaKivli.it' .-estcrday . the unlawful possest ri | DECREE NISI I tins purpose. %  %  he vail ol i> it. i) Wile* Hi, rlonoui reserved nidgmcm Instruelot 1 William Streets for brought tlic 1 bargs polk, in the <'ommonralth. Informed Of) nimrl evenls V"ii may h haai ;.. bados. M wife and 1 felt that to Nav York 1 brieflj propaaas to equat* national been worth while if only to have pro..1 tended that rocapUon ductive capacity of the country by kssulruj Govornra notes Larye Appetite WILLS ADMITTED to the consurnar, Bui owing I %  anl wa bad rt DDnD T i and IttrisOlal afaU as the actual I*J rnUDA 11 Covcnimiiu of \ ai \-, pliysacal astparlaoca of batng: tat a TW following Wii. Vad tO put tha bask Social lll,M Of plenty f.. r all A tropical adniltled ^nroUatl by H i i thtory into practice IIAIIINH II I.IH. In Carlisle Bay 1. in %  1 D It %  1 a oai "Laud ill thLs vlrlnlls sell-. jt |u in* raniiini irom ii'i. I"s. a* CS, 10s. per square fool, .nil I do not think II would be an economic proposition | inlll.l U expeii-,.d thai %  oil on Ihe f WIT T IT ol the enmnoiiil* for the henetil tf Hi. %  "iii|i.r.iiinli speaktna. handful of cars thai waajd 1 %  SdvaataarS of the spare RATES OF EXCHANGE Quutonft I tdsaj "oike thraaii ihali e-.ira aiglfl a world %  1 aaaVi -m.'l.iiiv etijosuieiit. i fact, viitii the prasenl %  \ tha 11 rtlnclal in'i purchasing 1 The Provincial Government hss ut 15 and has n m; %  seats cot of tha Opposition dl Soeiii lists and Independents. ppaUta bl iSUall compared with our the Chief Judge. Sir Allan n tuja sppsUU In 1 cold g Uyrnore, in the ( but wa adaptad '' : u L,v — to our n : ' s 1 An < "-fU, M "^" J3Sff t£Z Cttrlstlana Blaehiman, Bl dli 1 VMII1 Jt'l.V SI. IHI 1 .-, I.I ' %  nr.L.K.tl %  1 (rsBl %  Injoy the hospitolity, comfort and fhoughilul service whkh have made PAA "first choice" of veleron travelers the world over NEW YORK Nun Nop aanrtca by tha fcinirhTiM Tl 1'iCM.i. % %  ;. or Vat MB Juan ov PSasJsi ntonry-lavuig i I Tun> I'.n.. leSM Mopovm in Eugland, Irsjlantl. Ike ImrgHt I IH the WtrU MIIMMI11 ;• rilO >l I OKDON, tr \<.l A\D by giant tloiihleippen' world*! fortune. : blrnssU Luge hOUM : m '." ..*."?.^. K "V, "-Bi....l.l William Smith. St. %  entertaining his Having admired th%  at ol Rafh Cleorgc; I.ilhan lloveil. Si. Pat Frances* Edith < I isttnc Ul] Kill lion Caiiipai-n Cumbarbateh, St. John. house, they were fthOWll ihi-ee swimming pools in Iho I \plained that wrmad water In It TRUCK, CART INVOLVED prefi iced %  pool bad coli oorri ai mari story of tha las; election i At a political roaattng tl partisan who was i i Eventually th. candidate ..., rrtenoai don't quired why the heckler i Tha luckier replied that it was a family tradition — his grjndfathcr wos a LlU-i .i hlf father wa Liberal iva i LttH :-. ; candidate said. "If your grandfather had ix-en %  jacl youi fathei had t • % %  i what would you i •'"' The hockli r quickly muted. "Why, e Boelal Creditor, oi CO The Govenimer.l of Alberta IN ACCIDENT SHORTLY aftei I rorti cb M-S28 owne. i tha t( nl hatu which had no by tha ] ,, i„. ,. u< | % % %  ,.. iU. Duckcr tif Counti I' St. Michael wai Invotvod In in lii ccmchislon, may I isnurt accident with n mule earl ..npose ol ihls gatherlna. nd driven by iCharles Edwards of d Summer Buh Hull. St, Michael ..n t> I am vary Rlad to see Lower Wharf. %  r ca satagsj of the are women und I understand that except for ftamlUflculUaa of housing than would have been a greater number it is. I think, a good aign pi prOfieal Also, I nm i>art i led thi numlx-T vnnts h;iv. MAIL NOTICE MAI1 S (..I St J. I i.t tliiM V Canadlsn Con.iroc'ui clnl at Ihr Consi-i undtl Prcel Mall l II July. Rrfinmd Mail onlln-ry M-il .1 I Swift, i cities. HegnUr flighu to Weal b> caos. CimmHii < ash il \ Mesleo . and to Bast South Aineik.i In fait, y.m i.m now "Hy MAT to H.1 aasaartai uu I colonfes. For 22 years the leading international airline PAA was first lo link ihe Americas by air, firil to fly lo all six continenls, and first lo fly around Ihe world Take a BIG, spoonful of BEMAX daily You're bound to benefit manna •* %  **• .pounful oi %  lo row *-"-*" nmial hcakh and wiabiy aatiMal %  ( oa voar il OH nCban tjrural source rah. h iup. v,et*rv lo .,t I)K iruptcs. /l/-s**n i, „,i *--.!.i. ...a r a i . .. i.. i II rsheumafism, Ankles Puffy Backache, Kidneys Strained? i. %  i %  %  i -. i %  i Help Kidneys Doctor's Way i in i.itmi %  MM. Hi No Benefit—No Pay Ti.t SOM %  .( c.iio ao-oi %  %  %  ,.. ur Kidmrs r i v .. i. u 11 .1 -,i ..rlnlii lha makrra that cyitii * U i i i .i.r-i.i.. rputM %  %  i nil r***i i -.1.. .. %  •*) >•! %  •. thlli ai i k Mnii>ri today. Tsr Ut A VKI DNIYS MS 1 J • *• aV* ui A li li l Ifor N I 0 D ,,B.,....I, RHEUMATISM Kc member this label I IT IS ONLY PLACED ON GOODS Of RKST QUALITY %  4lwatf ask for MORTON STRONG PEPPERMINT LOZENGES RICHER SMOOTHER CREAMIER \. S. BKVDE.N & SONS (BARBADOS, LTD. AGEMv SIM0NDS MILK STOUT C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd., P. O. Box 56 BRIDGETOWN Dial 2402



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    PACK K)LR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SAT! KD11, JIXV 21. 1951 n\KBAnos^|AmocrfrEi t...-— J ———f— i ilurda Jill v L'l I !ir I HI S STOICS WHEN %  %  I %  quick i port Authority i hul public %  Ulld luivi hi %  ClotC. ] I I to pul stop poitnd the public left to wondi have been, put al s' new to i: v. %  -. and the) are loo often placed within ;i tew yards ol %  • %  . on the opposite side ol the eot ; i tn put at the i Tmini Stn %  to, th %  shuulcl i 'II corner i be farther from the the dally (raffle v Deacons Road the rtop pole ihould be tai %  corner: and mi Black K %  ould be farther %  way from Fairfield and Do buses baeflniM stop sumpti' iinneces%  ar) work foi driven and %  loo constant iaffic temptii Another provleion winch should be Ini the regulal i the parking •>( curs or carto on cuxyea wVw re 1 11 often happens that a driver is compelled to leave his propei i the atudi and so make himself, liable Ln case ol accident. There i.. for the porter who dellverini heavy packages takes the shortest route 1< the trade-Milan' entrance, l>ii! %  .m be no excu %  %  %  ->i owner who parks hla car for hours outside hia a curve, and to the Inconvenlof Lhi road The continued increase In the volume maki %  %  %  ry 1 lial everybould be done to fadlltata the essay the roads. Hundreds <bjecl to walking the i rise to an even indttloh in which people ignore tht it any point Otl the road expecting to be picked up even to the annoyance and inconvenience of %  in the bus. It is tune that waU-epecad stop d erected throughoul the island and drivers must be dleccAiraged from pkklng up tarea the route -*t uneuthortsed I the motoring public at large Is very badly educated as to good conducl on the roads CAM f/1 WIN? IN Mr. Herbert Butcllffl former pntfand batting \v. '. [ndlSS progress In v. i Has, The writer, from the weahh of Us experience In predlcti tl %  • %  'Hit pro. in who erooejkl the 1 bal men Isu i year, wDJ i .1 the (eats which ensured victory tot their side. nut who is ;,. tell to what heights tl ; %  ..'!, item a .. bieb England o %  nuns mat %  .. the tortunas hi %  M i iuj weak %  pot tune will toll. Its > S MI si TinKm ...lias Are ISOBODY'S Tllt k %  •e'es|al* wn p*opif. .ind to rmn tn—• %  A Iha i n "Th* Niv. %  %  B8U i bai tUed queeUon, or the Russian '^"^ or BOA >•• is .' Ihe thundei • 1* UKMJ \ Ml RLE. Jr. I... Tfc. NffMl IMM " I revolution . I %  %  *~ K r iimb r i f eon ful r i a Of these thegrntc I •• ) .lire. 5 T DS^.~K "j u 2 ; 9 ; H22! .„.,.-„ u __, „, ,.,„ "*— !" The second Is mini %  .loomed il er of Mis regard to %  Ten yean from now I expects that th> %  Mch Ui IMI history, wQl be %  f the pant as % %  U l nunually without respect I i OS BOMSI %  I ;tnd aided bat lh* 11 p. where littts wars." which on the lee> d t the I 1%  DaUttl believes—the geis m n<> real precipitate world war in. She cannot win. Hi Hoi intenui system is ton vulnerable. Her %  combed wrtii unlicensed black ."'"' opi A DOW rigid class structure has mpUced the old. Normalcj t iifla posg.•.intiv deslrs i bj end ateadlly i to the Russian people brain Will precipitate the end. This is all true; but tht Itruggle could, none the less, be fearful W*** lUcWhy did we not liain from iusknow trom Clant/s iliaries and captured Nazi papers how brittle were the .structures of Hitler and Mussolini. We found how analOUS the German and Italian people were to start in a 1 .. -i W.i: II. Dallln points out. BOOM millions Stalin, crossed the Oerman lines and joined the anti-Stalin Goneral vi. ... % % %  u i changing i: rould not .,| ( pl„.,i %  Why t.' : %  solution %  B, create impires built oi myths, at length i ty ind i rumble. Only In real. This is holds thai i \\, ;..i i. i i%  ally Of tin the i 1.1 .ir.and [mpOCl of power ce. must remain, the ohhrf mends when in aaurees, awe and ('••><. icadeisiup )f cippoiiunitj oowred %  | the H i %  n % %  i pis v. ( ni-h In in the twentieth century bislotions of poop* to v> %  rai Kmplrc" is i^r^-j,! f ; „t, empire, old and nOW, overpass In IB laUooi i II entail) documented have proved the most transient oi between eavei mn Govern* volume like Dollln'i "Soviet Ruephenomena. manl %  ti Peopli Foretgn Policy." Drawtnn romali Dallln oel that thi Mavfl] on 11 earllai On the soiui %  •. in.th work it is ratl.i i DaUtn notes that m 83 i Id; that .,( preeenl conditions, readable, its existence the Soviet Union has the] intouMfamcomprehei lly pro rough! its lorelgn wan respecij of n oi ; and that the nex' found. Damns I', ii'i iv mat the lively, ai sneration lll I" to revolution strangled Its Manchuria (ii); Polai %  mcUy, stabilizing faccentraJ Ideal, wai converted Into (I93); Finland [19SO-40); Gertor under leadership and KOV%  I marliim aim IMS now many (1941-45 tins an uninten. rnmonl ( .,t peao With II ; the ehlat teamen pi how ti ii.iniTiii/r the dangor. W the (Bte •' the Bovtot empire, tt' Itussian 1 %  (ct in the interrational SCCH i; kind of peOJ are enUreh human men and wo%  %  truKiited %  ill continue (.1 do t„ tcii Dallln thinks UMj *oul I LiK*al 4"tpv< k riini€ k iil— 3 in ichi rips Of ...kis wna and villaKes in Kii. healthy and of %  item "i unJvareaJ ittoo to name two of sdvani eof the past 100 :.baret) eoneatvablo without the administrative itistminent of a system of local authorTl\s,elntid councils with ihetr permanent staffs have ,it their beat combined req iin wants with skill In administration of technique. Heel Of those connected with local government would admit thai it s success has been due m largg measure to the element of central control though than would hasten to add that this should not V allowed to limit Ii ral initiative and enthusiasm. iva at times been it Parliament should pass %  I. art i-nblinii local authorities to have hul powers subject to %  | i fell inclined to !..k<. tin Be Has arrangemeni a hen ba everj power, large and small, has to be SJ granted by Parliament continues. A town wishing to undertake a new type t service— %  municipal laundry service, for example— must arraiiKr for the bitreductlon of a bill for the purpose in Parliament More pieSSlng nnd ever present is the control of certain departnw ni the central nvernmenl over the actual working and perfi nnance "f Uvai authorities. i' %  p d in s irarletj 04 ways but each Of these obt.nns much of its %  trength and afleot%  %  • general Anantween local and government. Financial Authority mill Towers To Lavjr Bate Ixicai authorittos havo In effect ice i.f Ii.. al revenue called %  lax le\'ied on the the annual value of occu%  rt* The possession of local :x does much to pri ervi (he Iridepcndant spirit of M m KnuUnd. but On huh social services a Ired In modem Britain local councils du%  < %  %  b MM *ie .< huh cannot be i • 00 this revenue alone. Tli. central Rovernment comes to the ii'.'.ni with monetary grunts. %  nay be based on aavera] i nclpli ''in two in i 1 %  avf been deralnant In Britain grants In prcverUon to the rfonned and grants related to the reeoureei and needs of rhe form 1 underlies the p er ce n tage grants cue used the example. the centra contributing s percentage 1 usually 50) of the cost of a particular aarvice The latter principle has been lOSS e\ ulent but the "BsOeh (Iran:" system of %  I tven moro tl 1 quer biuaUsatton Grant" system of I04S have been attempts to jiive lump sums which vary In %  uch a aray thai ths •• with the greateet burdenoor leeet resources receive m. it, Nolhinit could be more natural than thai f e centre In rneln^g 1 1 uld seek !" ensure that the money i well spent, and many of llucontrols to which local authorities are subject arise for this reason. A staff of District Auditors, employees of the centre, inspect most of the accounts of local councils ai 1 Improper or IMOKJI expenditure. State Watch For NrgliKcnrc And Ineflii icn* v Inspectors from the central ii<> v i runient keep State ilepartments in Wloihall UUnrrned Of the work 01 the local bodies, and it Is well %  d thai Degugani 1 and incmcii'ncy are in the last resort checked h) ins mreol to withdraw the grant and arrange for someone else lo do the Job. At the name time, n is ,, n ly lair to say that the depaitnient^ und their inspectors, by UMfX kuowledae of local experienee in all parts of the country have %  tnuue n s 1 -li-ai niK-hoiise of information and advice "Inch Is appreciated by the leoal authority themselves. %  %  how money is spent not tl niy ohjw 1 „t central coi trol it |g a neeaesary aim of %  11. < %  State to ensure thai m certain viud services such as health md education S national minimum standard shall be secured and maintained. The approval of the centre is necess, iv 1 ., f,-w of the key appolnt%  ni local author!! tafl lo oi ure that the ofllceri employed bj the councui arc iiualifled. Amun. ) much retent ocial Parliament has appreciated the n< i-ii for some 'ocol dlacri to exactly how a particular serlo be orgunised, but it has uniformity of standards ting that local councils must obtain approval for their various schemes from Q Value Of C ontrollinc Aulhoritii-* Control is exercised not only by the osnUa but also by the County Councils over the smaller local autbortuee in their area (County Boroughs, usually largt' ITS independent of the Counties in wheh they arc geographically situ iled and are. like UM C unUee, .bject .mly lo the A County may. for mBtanea, tftalegatc certain functions Ul l-e performed by Urban ,md Rural Districts Councils On its behalf, and it will nipcrvttc work (i f Its agents. in recent yeeirs, counties County lloroi..ivi have bec< Important rather at the expense of the smallei Districts, and the control of the n iills has h greened. There are pome people w ideej ire that local government is being killed by these processes The warning. though alarmist 1, useful. Local government cannot be taken for granted, it rendrag rig lani %  %  tcction. For Britain, the problem Is partly one of finding regionnl divisions more suitable for the no lorn services and ernfngj that unlrormit) need net and must not mi an IdanUb DIARY Monday—One of the facts of history which I would like explained ia the reason for the change over from Jamestown to Holetown as a name. Was James so unpopular that the loyal Bajans couldn't stand hearing his name mentioned* l! so why Substitute it lot Hole? In any case what has happened to the lOV/n? There are a hrw buildings round about the Hole but hardly enough to justify the elaborate description of a town. Maybe the tune is upe for another change and I suggest Pomi Village as u suitable substitute. • Tuesday—When 1 read horvor tales about meg past, present and future my mind clicks out of its Locket and pauses to think what must the feelings be < those who live in those queer Peggottyhke askew shacks v. here wind and ram find little obstruction in normal timer rnose "f us who panic t tb thought ol hurricanes which are expected to sweej our grea*. walls down might spare a thought (perhaps we do) for those whose pack of cards could hardly support the weight of a gOSglptlUj bus conductor. Wednesday—There are m.my positions natural to buses. A bus looks dignified in its %  to the man who has been waiting for 38 minutes Its appearance is welcome \i> the school children who queue up from I hen's Church to the Rum bond in or less unbroken column it is the ihing that makes school reality—buses M much to so many. But to me a bus means nothing at all when it is perked .. roadway with no driver an-l 1.left to cause a traffic obstruction. It becomes just another obstacle. Thursduy— In Barbados everybody reads the Advocate, evn Nobody. And the Arlvneiitt sen getting worked up about pigs recently. Maybe that is why I have b.-cn pigs. Twice along West bury Road 1 have seen a queer character with hal no shoes and a shirt (trousers of course) leading a pig on a chain just like a dog. The other day a pit; went tearing up the toast road in a jilncy. He was kept in place by a man who sat in the space where my car pump oughl to be but isn't, because I haven't got one. Friday—One method of financing Ihe deep water harbour would lx i to give a flvi -year contract to the gentleman or lady (presuming il to have been a genlleman 01 a lady) who abstracted the $14,000 from the Treasury. If the appearance .,f notes can be so .successfully given by blank sheets of paper why not fill the Treasury with an enormous quantity of blank notes, millions of dollars Worth, and then go ahead with the Deep Water Harbour scheme? The substitution would almost certainly rvered sooner or later, but need it be BOOnei Meanwhile we would have a deep waiei harbour and nobody would have been more dishonest than a cert;. ,1 JHTSOPS seem to have been with the missing SI 4.000. %  m* * They say that politics In Barbados depends little on what the naive fondly supposes to be the will of the people expressing Us choice. Some of the stories 1 hear make me shudder. They say that a certain politician only gets votes in a certain parish because a certain shopkeeper tells voters: "Vuh vote far he" They say that shopkeepers find this very expensive and that this year some shopkeepers in some parishes are not to be so liberal with their support. The things they say. Saturday—Whan I read that G.000.0OC I North and South are without homes as a result of the fighting In Korea it makes me wonder whether the people of Barbados will ever be thankful I thing, if Bajans wenSouth Koreani than wouldn't be any of us left because I South Korean civilians are dead 01 missing and nobody has ever said thai we ne much more than 200.000. If you can't sec the logic ol tins, fa sorry, Ifou 0 1 %  CLOSED FOR REPAIRS m How To Be A Poet On 10/A Week GfOftGf Ai rHQMSON nil I 4SENTIAL u II DAVIEfl %  ilie poem %  But l: ilI lain style, : a Supcrrsonality. .. ...piiciiy of Defoe Here that a %  %  come straight ("uisoe: .. . IlutDUl of S in '/.. %  eosrarg of M if uas i f/rend/isiher, KHUt drunk or %  ooer, fu inform all srrai i %  Ms ova .n<] iMp brtng a small % %  grew up in M"n. where Ke i tor fighting ami thieving, was n.< Ignt la New York beU Negro gangs. He had also the tramp's sustl %  %  wlUi a hunted look nnd the apolo%  %  SELF PORTRAIT 111 Ml Kill R By rTsncU Roiiium>. (ir>phon •s, td. ug asaee. T HE death of Jose U'l>onmil BrUet, satyr, blackn I (he uneye like ft suicide. But why had the art 1*1 troubled to paint .1 picture ol himaetl haagtng trom the beam before he actually put his head 111 the noose? The question might have baffled keener minds II and his fellow .I,• ington, DLC l ( "t after untold brain-beating, they find the anBWei Y %  1 EbClal suffering from occupational Briticism.'' This is a disease peculiar U Americans; its sympton: emotional paralysis, enabling a diplom.it to laaum of Ms wife's mlebehavtour with unrufrTed brow. Why doe* the author of on s age deteettve story me bne rerto "raraen" to hstU1 i-e movement at high speed w-her a •• da Uonai y 1 lay a ship on t she con be caulked? Can he be thinking Of the verb Or 1it occupational Briticism to ask'' TO AFRICA FOR C1I1MPANZEE& B> Bill H.-sti.-v Oollanei. lfis. fid 2 56 page* Offered by tht di>ctors six |U> if lie would be careWessey decided the moment had come to go hunting anthropoid apes m t' Mingle. The result we l .re. War Id repl| light Kisrvrd —I..K.S. Advocate Stationery UllUSIIM The ideal FILLER for repairing damaged surface! on Plaster, Walls. Birch, Wood etc: For Inside and outside use. Can he washed or painted over. It IV* I PLASTIC" An Asbestos plugging compound, especially recommended for fastening Screws in Stone. Concrete. Brick and alt types of masonry. WILKINSON & I1AYNES CO. LTD. Succ.es.sors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. Thanes : 1472 & 4687 BKCKWITH STORKS KB9 If I!.#.'/ r/"ll 'II hiil<-lit/lttiltl >i i I It I VMS i IIVS I \l S PEAS Rv Hn. I'. II AHTI.I V Ltd. M.\K>;AI.AI>K .. .. ,lr. hi.itlf STKAHHIKKY 55c. AI'KKOT 45r. 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    SATIRDAY. Jll.Y 21. I5I HARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE rivi: Oil Is Where You Find It By GKORC.K RUNTE T^HIS week I did Ihe two most exciting things in my life in Barted I found ol and I climbed Chulkv And before I go any further let me prove anything. Both the oil and Chalky Mount had been in e. 1 ought lu lei you Into though right Chalky Iflounl It chalk. 1 did find however, pii and yellow ochre. i f'.und a lovely Bpeelrneti ol (.ulf is drtlUm b red and vellow ochre whuh l i set drilling but the hot will not wanted lo bring back tor tl oiL They five tnl museum but having been told by only. They tell through the drlDmy guide—a geologist—that 1 nig end through the would have lo wad rded seismographic ti • I 300,000 years before the eweeilBO kind of reek 1 would appren lie IT. and as It was the eirth. When enough fa aettinr Lite I hurried back lo bOOl But n"i before i no | had seen ihe most perfi of rock squeezing that perhaps Ihe lock Gulf lh larbeaoo In mo I addition to having .> and m Barbed %  H Water suppl.. and being a pOSSll reservoir ol c.ll Is also ^ geoiogi delight) The Great Squeeze The en look place great grcrit grandparents were struggling to make both SfMh meet and keep up with U cost of living. . ted iinh irhere I %  Loiind it i-lter a leaf | Clem Cl nntr\ hike in St. *; tnrfre* I 10.C00 feet—will be du %  place u Go And See MeenwhUe if you arc nnxkm to Sod ell in Barbedoi all need to I B.B.C. Officer For W.l. Appointed DRINK & ENJOY %  1i MR R. N. TURNER, held the second I'rev, Cnnfcrent tne past fortnight at the Secratariai jreetectUj The following aroe out of the %  %  l preeem %  i the DutvereMj <>t Pu T.iis course which inclodee In%  tructJon m r-jeae laprovernenl nutrition, low coal ciuihing. ehlM : cam and h-me food PI i has been eted i M M bsMU c4 •> United Nations Social Welfare FeUowthln under erhleh sh. 5,000 Live On Bay Estate jj I lousing Area 'I'HOXIMATEI.Y MOtpeepsi ro* living on tl • % %  <>• Hoard %  Fa dude Uie occupants of granted funds to maintain While in Puerto Rico and lo on leehnical literature MUM I> DO) *% return %  %  II before dew %  tided MM the s. I ive been eon %  %  rli I l cm.ninm: ti* i ire the area i Wandorera playtn il |o tinwet of Cu ar C'hel.lon %  In this equeeti the Bcotland lt,: "' to >' %  bree % %  < % % % %  beds were involved and highly natural g.. contorted. (If you studv the picTurner's Hail and U>ok around ture on this page you will Ben ""' ,l >'"U %  • ihe '.lull oozingoui what I mean) ol QM soil, if you feel or* you can take the long I rose counAt thet time when theeaueecinfi try walk which i did tins week took place there were only the nnli' >.-u pot Where Scotland beds and ihe> wen lying you eee me In the plctun under the sea. As ages passed down into a pool floatr othei lock beds were depi of oil upon these twisted Scotland bode iind finally the whole mass of Scotland and later beds wen I ed above sea level. To-day the complete list of beds to be found In Barbados are: (1) Coral Rock; (2) Bissex Hill form dion; (3) the Oceanic bade; (4) Jean EUvei Beds and (ft) the Scotland beds. You can see all the) you drive through Berbedec today. Erosion and peeling "if has been going on and in many places the original Scotland I %  visible. Hush Telegraph Cotton Crop Fluctuates n tin %  that the "Insldee" of Berl is <.( greet valw geologist: because n gives some edvanee information %  what to expect when he down to the real bUBU deep drilling for oil. Note when. bB C OU e Q the hush telegraph has been wil.l with rurnOUH that oil dnihi. I egun. A small shot drill has tX mar Morgan Lewb MMH the Animal Flower Lave In Si. Lucy and at other points of the island. School children and grown upa have seen liquid spouting into the air. The wlldCO! been going the rounds, -oil. OH and hig.i wagos. Employment for all." Hut the truth is so different. T , , ,, IP "I.IM-11. . pu t.oriiw and a (lie cotton crop Whl the beginning of room for bathing are provided the month, eitni u li fall condition wid Mr ri PU latrine k peebU) c i' Skeete lh< Dirccl ulture, :i ' '-' to-prool Is no pink boll worm to attack i; .,. llU ,, ull|li sl(llduqt ta nrv ,hr r, '"l ) .. ,-, k> M light. run lUed in the i transll through up io ihe present '. hrosM the PeDama Canal In cor/imcmnave been retnoved rrom eenoration of the eonelderablo eontrt'a-ied areas and plueed on prehudon made by Weot II Uan I pota ..i the ii.i. Those the conetruetion of the I continue steadlh in the Hh BxeeUenej li lorwerd ng ration of a spot, a suitable letter of appreciation ol I •cognition of tha ervia bans to the (Joe nun of ih %  %  ipted n . (eted thai erUI i-eeted shortly. ears conge ted area known o; ,* rMM rd S %  lr I,l, l u,l "'n id .a.;,;. .a...o.-l ,l s '"-'"Boyg' Bchool STUDY this picture and yooin Shortage lioltls L|> IMunliii-i in No-. %  i [p| .. i.: lot II] be Mi V. A '. I pang manure. I ; I.P colon) i %  planted In. St. 1 Chri I '' %  ''" ' ' Thli II ' " • i '-'i"' Place in s: Michael and 81. Jama ''"' Queetton "t communal rhe can ..( Uv %  op hai been "•' ' e parts] %  % %  the yield per acre % %  ihe I'me i-, eon. urrt of eare %  the Seer* ttentlon i" which Mie Indli '> %  djolnlng thi vldu d pe< % %  i ; his crop. r "' Vleuh fluctuate rrom i.ooo lbs "<• 100 lbs per eer The lai for by the ap I ration <•( ihe land, en the non-w Ihe land so i rth ol the i rep; no tn %  ...i ferulln /or (sul| and hi .1-.non ttei to the eoni. %  Vratei itreel UghUi %  tn %  oi ..r Insect pests. rdrente will tie Installed < ollon Market Ai one lime -eboui ia3l—32— he long ll ipl lion market was eornpletel) .:* s %  %  tpanenced i i oductlon %  %  I pool prices. %  4 nndutg new „.,... • %  a ""* i land cotton grown In Ihe Britbu *v >* Ish Vest in-iie.. the n iwei %  %  | i W> %  tndlai Si i P" I '! % %  n In IBS! •en p li idopu I -t' durai leemshlp Karbar.i %  • odui tlon control In lb i horego In I I i %  Barkeie of cotton I | . I crop u three 'nilings fchl|>s ,| M ailv n 1'anaina ("anal /.one i C.enei.l F K N< tost of l.ivinK Index ol l. HMO Indea Cornmlttie has Uin for•rarded to 'he Oovernoi (<•! bti ition The Dbrptay of %  d I i he Public Library hnr proved very popular in i heen extei 'h.-i ("it night. BK Officer For W.l. i' %  h r s Colonial Dsveloarnen) and Welfare Scheme the S retar; %  iged p i .i li it c pi,"line; to I-' seconded to the "i ol Ti Ink) io t i %  tin %  ye;u to prnmle .. %  peeks) progi inune % %  i vlee toi %  Ti inri.nl. M .. ii da end Bi Itlsh '' Out nd in quired, to assist m n being oonstructad A^ i ea they ere eomi.iet.-i. the Uon ol new lumses .oi.l the i from oonaji Itable cojvdil Three Schoonen Take Scrap Iron 'To "Ikirlpara" town harbour was so .o. thai thn %  inti i had inc August 195d the Gulf Oil Company has been carrying out geologic il surface investigations in Barbados. In January this year 284 gravltj been made. And in June the company bcjian '•> series of seisinolaete. These seismograph'taste which are being carried oui for Golf by the Independent Bxploratknt Cl mpanv of Texas are ll ih.it hgve started all the rumours. Pi se holes being dug by A mull shot tower drill, they heel explosion:. and they see watei rushing up Into the an what more natural than to Ihmk thai ' .V 11,ti I I'll lOrth of Walkers Plantation. Injured Shoulder v year old Gladstone Bynoc i tl %  -i, Bi Michael %  I si 8 a.n %  the clergy || i : |j 11. ll. Hii %  • ce the Ar. hi I %  %  .\i ,,-:. %  Ionei were fki"! iheh i %  %  iru Lane and the !'. %  r Head where old lactcJ I m chlnery, parti of motM vehll< I.ioki-t. potand old ml ilriims and other pieces of ola Ih" ''chimp" ; %  ... to Ike B BX I bo selecte I for the po->1. ,md is exp tod '" leave the United King d-.ni for the We-i [radial tin* month. Mi Ablack*! meln task will lie i i produce live end recorded progi unmet suitable tor broi I,, ovet snj oen KM holding %  ider the terms of Which Govei rini tit k sntitled to Ihe pei l..., (l i time daDj it bi exaei b d ii. ii slthough M Ablack will %  %  %  in will ipend %  • daya snnuaU) In B irbedos A similar oftlce. 1 has licen sec,i to bhe '•' "i nmenl of J. on.nt... it. ,eil in the provision of a special programme strvlce l<>i id Ihe Bahamas Mi Ablack i hi col loogue in Jamaica win work < loselj togethei end, them, will bo leerso n slbh to % %  !vming and usMstini: on I IcSlt1 I'a te h %  COOLING & REFRESHING 24' riN INSIST ON ITIIIW mows THEY ARE THE BEST n H. JASON JONES & CO LTD. Agents *,'-•',',*,*, ces" we have the SI'OIM X, STILL AT SEA has i if Hart's Gap who has In I one arm, received Injui left shoulder and left foot yesif there had n flerday aferrnoon about 3 n li ".ll,,. o'clock. tbOUf BlCh left Trinidad on Bynoe leD from i tree al h iTal Hosnital and di-litned ll--i.r ll w Bern take sboul I 11 Anothoi II.OHI.IH 'Norseman' Run* Cables "t present rehoonei Mar* i i srelhss I reeterdej Uiel el Norseman will be running cables ofl South I lighthouse tomorrow. Thv FferSC tl ' %  IV III glare, wen el< ins which id i" I'.ading them Uie service, ihe Rarbsri Utxler normal hghters •< her before nail week Schooners Sprayed Kpeeled lo SCHOONERS whicl i %  D D1 la pn vent ntatai tntet ing Ihe ialand, J Christian SdttHJf | Reading Room \ 1ST n-ooa, eowis* a so^ %  s iBro-d Btrrdi II., ( Id a m 1 p m Tuaadsrf. Writ*ti->. Fr"iy 10 a n. -II ornrk ga>uidi>v> At Ihis Room the Bible and S i Chrlrtlan Scl": . i Hvaith l'b W U Ih %  BrtptWfS b> MAI'V HAKEP a KDDY mav be f*d. uotiuwai* J MSIIORS AREWELCOME | 1 10-DAY S NEWS HASH -**',*,',--*.*,*,-.-,-,-----.-,'.-.--'.^-.'.v--'.-'.*; 4 '.-.•.-.-------,•,•,'.'-*, .O t.l'UARABIC .-i *" * /ul inn \ fragrani oils, especial)j I I'ulilit tn sas, Ogeeos, ^t.,.^, r aet srtss tTerehouses ind in > H.imr Avail..' j>erfumcs Bouque' Cemet Zoflora DISINFECTANT /AMW.V///AV.V//. ::v.v.:v.:w.:::::v. ::: %  II. ,^v*v^^v.'.*vv'*-y'.'.'*v'*'*v'.'*v*v>v>'-v-.; .,./, pi,.. ll., 'fir,,.,/ ../ 'k„ S/iea/ Mead £ rings Feed The i bar* red s. %  %  heel Meid M ovei 1,000 baas ol mini olher general cerej I terdey, The Sheaf Mead lei t for Port I ACID INDIOISTI0N? ,.-\ HEADACHI, too? Cheek bo.hol one* Alka-S-lt*-r quirklv chacSt SCSI indis** tllll > % %  "' hradacha ','AV^-^w^w-'A'*'*''.v.'. '.','.'.:'.::•.:'. ',-.*,',-,. 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    SATUBDAl Jtl.\ fa. Ikl II IBBADOS ilitin MI CLASSIFIED ADS. P,BLM A,K For Blrtha u-mw or I> in Oil*. 1 1 ing the chart* i U 1 for anr aaumbr up to 50 %  %  <. %  ;'- • cwu p*i wcrj '"', If %  %  .Md 4 p.m., ma NalW, ftfj •lln 4 om FOR HIM nail*** rh**o INM 71 eewia —.A H car-ta aWadoy' 14 <"4# o.;* ifo-da J tmmti a uvrd •*• —4 ir.n 9 -HOT Ju'd*.* REAL ESTATE in... II 7 SI-4n Tfca mui, far M Bulbi Maniatrra. Death.. A.-.. *l •dcntnta, >d In Uxwiam Mm ti a.-JO on *Mk-dvi and |li> on t.inda>i for any numbn of wo/da up to 50. an. a mu per went on waek-davi MM renta per word on lui>d>n (or eacr m*W.Uonal word. BOUSES AN AJ'AMTMRNT On the ar-a-ttd1 DIED w 1 ir-idmca Fan at pm to Church. Dorcal Gnndiiit Nina and Crwn n.7 si INI. allltr Get MW OPr d a r a. anrtol laavet hit lat %  iX lot the W Fair irk M .. THANKS Al*AKTMn\r V II,. "" %  Baad 1.—m B No-. 1 %  %  long p.iio-1 %  %  %  CHANDO*. 2nd Am he.' rumiihad A..iLlir 1.1 .y j appoint "rut. dial MM 01 mm lAND AT R i V.r V ft, ,0 H R RUN*, telrpnoi,* a,H K 4i| r\r.i RE* EN MTU i: %  I Ihe pariah ol Kami Jot,., r* died %  x thi* Island on thr Ml dav of Mav i0. are twrw. i*au.ir.i in arid p-ilOMM duly aliased "undar.ir.-d M ol U*.. .i-aa %  • 011 or be*otr lie lllh day ol Aufua) 1MI. afler Mrh dn. %  -. aia.lt 11I '.he derra w d .-onr the p.i • thereto havlna retard ontv l„ ..1 iurti I .n.>ll thru have had notL-e %  J thai I oill nol be liable for the aaaria or any pan theieof ... iwreon ol whoae debt or rlaim I ahall i,.>t IMP. havehad notice And all peraoiu inatabted 10 tha nt>d ..late are paquntad to mil. t .dneea without delay Ia1ed thu tlh day of June. %  *•: WJBN FREDCRICK 1 **tuiru ol tha [.tat. .,f Frlnre Albait HoUi't. I '1—n NOTICE flOIM. lla "IHIIJUI to Iho.if.dod 'ho (u&eral .. or rapreoed •taipa'hi %  npivr iiopr r.u, IKHTWW Th4Wk< >* %  'Il-'H Lhl 1 -m .| :! %  I!a T AI'HVT >\ HO) KIJ.V TTRBAtr. raOOMI ISM I %  %  M O-tW 1 , Iha-aaii. Ra> Strrei ..... r .da.o* Out dowr.atalra. one upatair* Ai DO USE alt ua ted In %  aodrao Lard 11 MM 21 T Bt Ir ItTW .1 %  Irrt • H : %  %  %  \-V\OI \ iMIMS %  OUDAY HESOKTS Grenada _. Spire*. SANTA MARIA utvailrat hOtal BM %  bvan : M an nood par da* CRAHD ROTftl in ba-i realdeniijl diitnci uivlor Uovrtnuiri' hill. I'.iic from 1100 pat head 1 REAPIDF. INN On Gi..u. Mr. Hatch in old ol 81. J 1 Vlrataae Fund -III be h.M I aa %  pMolad help, Itmdiv 10 whom vl I M13 ayl I OS! A I Ol Ml LOST GOLD RDM 11 ...... 1 Q %  liOVlllNMLYI NOTICES IMHRONLMl.M OF THE BISHOP Mil Kxccllcnty the Governor will attend the Enthronement ) of tne 9tn Bishop of Uarbiidtw en Monday, the 23rd July, at 4 p.m. in Uniform. %  %  lBj lurnunrd DM e Sea. S1 14 7 51 lit FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE NOT1CI T HFBrtlV GTVFN tha' a I leraona havn.r anv debt or rlaim aah,.T %  will* ol FraneU Edward CtaMj lair 1 Ihla I.Und on tha 31th tfav .,( Ai I aro hereby required tn aand par tlelr rlulmi duU allrated |o % %  %  %  ROM UW ,|,._ i deveaard In ran1 M. %  > Rorrxk-k Streel. 1 1 re (he filtrenlh ,1a%  RnMotobrf ItM. alter %  %  ''-ill ixnored I., alt] ahall thrn ha\. I %  ad IRM 1 will not br llabl* for Ule aaaata ..r ., ;o\KI{\MKNT MlilCK l-ABOR.TORV ASSISTANT. BACTF.R10LOOICAI. AND PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY <;o\KKNMKNT NOTICES [Pat I CARS, Hiiiut-.i tab 1MB. Slncr Spotla Model laloon and Morrli 4SIH Cole A Co L %  annual h< Lilil pOUfM ( .imt %  • •quivi r prefcri.hi> iti phyaJa and chari Twa 1 %  %  lid I rtiavii Mown not later rhsn iSth Augut. 1951 21 ; 51—2n SHIPPING NOTICES Howrmi \i. AI .m NI w r.t \t t\ 1 ivi ta \\ / R AKAIHA %  .rr*d ne I2'.h June. Rn.bana Und Alm.i Ulth Jin.. r'd -I1.I5. %  FOHT FAIRY t. arhedulad -o %  %  i. Auir..." 1 \ 1 1. CaWBB aecOpted On lhi< c> p % %  • carvo DktffD ti. 1 %  I ami f. 11 in RrRM t nd afandjp I paHlcvtlar* apply iprtaT-T*BtM in. %  r %  %  %  %  %  \ lo take • Co n .il and 1 orform i to him 1 %  .mum ol • lahle if the appointee AppBa nl i ihonld flirrt h full datalb .f .itiaiincations and exp#-i %  ttimonlali .ind %  certificate of 1 • t nil .-. r ?t Luoia. nol liter rhan Slt Jul< 1951 21 T 51 Jr DEPARTMENT 0T EDUCATION Vacancy in the Elementary Teaching Seivirc Izabeth'i oL si Joseph. The r. i %  %  |l %  :. ry 9 implication forms in j Li-tter, \i ... I • in Men ICAM n tog '< %  ) h*nd t . 1 ... %  rii|iriag|n| "ay lead %  TRAFFIC REGULATIONS SI Mil II Arl <• I vim UK \ ;:nd and SSffa] Jl'LV. 1951 on Baantay etRd Braai : >i .i in — I. ... a.m. 1. Chauffeur driven cars shall uiv Cataaadral by way or ttfueen i parfe sod Si alii h. %  %  i MM down dk % %  on the South QaM 10 Of %  nd jwric in i roundrj Parkiiai ilta, RtarhQ] Strati :.nu RicKati Straat 2. Owner drlvM can sh:ll Bpproacb UM Catbadral bj waj ol St. MaChael'a !(••.> (a^thti irom Square 11 Qui 11 Pai aide) ;inrl Spry Stic.-:, atl down their passengers at the North Gate to the Cathedral and piirk as directed by the I'olice. 3. Spry Street sh.ill be a one way Strati trom st. Rfirhatl'i Row. 4. Church Street &hal| be one way from Church Square. On Monday iSrd from S.M p.m. 5.3t p.m 1. The drivers of all cam conveying persons to Ihe atl \ approach the Cathedral by way of Trafalgar Stro.-t. 2. Chauffeur driven cars shall set down their occupants at the south Gate to the Catt*adra] and then Park on Constitution Road In the vicinity Of Quttn'l College. 3. Owner driven cars shall turn into Spry Street, set down their lht North Gate und park as directed by the police. i Spry Street shall be one way from St. Michael's Row. 5 Church Street shall be one way from Church Square. R. T MIOIKI.IN. Commissioner of Police. .... %  % %  i Bridgetown. 20th July. 1951. 21.7.51— 2n. 0To-day's G.A. Song T EA for WO "Can't you see how happy we would be With GAS infltalled WJUHBSl GEORGETTE M-FRANCE A Lovely Fabric in Beautiful P-tcl . lor cnildren and grown up*. W WatM Sl.0 per p4V Available


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    ESTABLISHED 1S95 SATURDAY .H"l.Y 21 19SI Communists Massing For New Offensive EIGHTH ARMY HQ Korea, July 20. THE COMMUNISTS massed an estimated 300 tanks north of Kaesong, and frontline officers said that the Communists all along the line were "ready to go" in a new assault at any time. Tanks were hidden in the Koksan sector, 55 miles due north of the conference city, in a position to swoop: south through Kaesong on Seoul in the same way they launched their invasion one year and one : month ago. Oil Situation (letting \\ orse :KM!-.. %  ,'. I'I.IVII S!:i!<". iiivir,,: A A Avrw.! Hl UM ,it iii BUM lodaj Bnli-I %  %  • getUuf .... ..nd other It* en Truman's special rcpnwentaShah Mexico Looks For Foreign Assistance B> The l<-1 13"> mil* /runt in thru strength since their api %  five, but U„N. troops al to meet SAytblng th* fail. Bad weather United] %  to-day. a* the Red buildup eon-1 tinued after being held up (or ..rtillery and bardment of Communi % % %  rupply lines and broom po Ittotl Allied patrols trudging thinigh like mud fought small slued Red groups neatly every* os* UM from 111 rain poured heavily on nearly • verj front line unit. Action mi to patrol combat' probing reported. One u v patrol : lt ^ h ?1 n ''.' '-' %  ..: I.M .. on Prl. raoun%  cjuagmired area smith of Kuni1 %  one >ng. received withering eaponi fire from two autoi Red platoons. When the i. doughboya withdrew 1.000 yard] I they were I: It | from 20 other rtilnan armed with iiiaihini'iiuii and ssnU automat h weapons Allied troopIhe Red group and reached their lines safely. West oi the old K HI hv. a-Pyongyang Iron • Allied patrol met .. % %  %  % %  m SOtUUOO between Iran %  %  with the Britlah A Bntis thai Han mai In proposal* t British An. Sir Francis Shepherd t. KOHIRT PRCSCOTT >:i KICO CITY. JuK M Govern mani %  %  mg for faff t.A-H.ip ipalrcU-u l i admitted!' itlon •* II lih owned oil comp.im. s i ill KII ti i ehUdran donated their pannkM %  ; mping. Production has doubted: modern net .! %  %  ..,,balni built-. t the red. < iii < !ompantt holdj nSUUlCffig %  1^00,000,000 ban %  Oil Induatr) W i I I rema but the trend imdoubtedly will be toward increasing foroi ticipjii"ii in Mexic .ii Spain Gels New Government MADRID. July 20. ^ NEW Spanish Cabinet took office exactly six years after its predecessor amidst Spanish editorial reaction predicting no substantial change in the regime. Experienced political observers .scoffed at reports that the new Cabinet was either Monarchist or would proceed with the installation of a Spanish King. Even the Monarchists' own newspaper "ABC" in an editorial made no mention of the slightest possibility of such a move. AT i.1 I %  h< York, .im Bjnj.'nn. D n m iat Party i N. tion.il Bo*id aud Euguu* i' %  %  %  Ury. alt tarir hall la .crYD a SI :~u: Of th11 convicted tap C*miini;ni"t b dan I '>:. %  U a. only MVan -tirrciidmrd to |hl me tour forfeit*! thru bail raagtag from .'o.OOO 10 ftl.OQO riclUi. Tli*y wan i I ui Ndvoaat" IhforetW rBBHsBI I %  i-baiKO Of enemy force." Friday afternoon Bod engagement. after u,o %  aid the Britlah to ih> 50 Invited To Sign Jap Pact WASHINGTON. July SO, The United State! Invited BO other countries incluii.: ;tnd 20 LaUD*AmacioMi meet in S;m Kf.nn II 0 On Si p tember 4 to sign a treaty with ..'•.iij'.i...... %  i %  md ilumblr pvacf." Invitation* WWnl to it countries except China, that fought Japan Of portant role lo start in e the formation of 1he While.! N' Ofllca tomorrow llmoat "romii 4 the An. %  Iranian O rloti HI which it vere kllla h i Tiie %  pokei mai :. %  amtaUom in eonnectioii with [ran'i i.lister of Compan) .! %  i i. .in' joint Partla.. • %  IWO li< III iwttfa 1l.iiriin.iii Ltsl night ;ind agTMd to new tulkwith Britain—I".P. 3SignH.t.c. Pakistan Prepares Trade Report rL .. „, r /,. KINGSTON, %  Trlnldod'i A. i n Ooi %  %  rapon c4 ih< W< IM Ee> nont c Dalai lion I i i United Almost Kuined Klnfdom i i haa now After i a Bustamante, nbout aa i.i .i% %  '.iii"iiniii own Younjpnai avar and Robin %  prospCM't. M %  %  I %  •> I i Irai Hex i I^SB hoped Gomel al praaei to take over It* largo iWeiim da•' I that I in. | II n In I UM ih.Main the pruduction and "i 1 luitemnnte IM proflta ho lad .1 ntiafai I Maxteo ...I;:..,' %  %  %  • %  t wrecked. Uhl I Senator Antonio J. Bermuder ted f UM control live yeara ago FWrolttini re-eeteblli men! of Ci alexlcanoa wai haadad foi bankDB< ruptcy. There was .1 "no forOomes ged for Bomhin^ Cliiiia Would Be Futile Non-GhlnaM delagab vited because western allies • UONTRBAL, July 10, nSn Prodi HOJ "'nil', i.: ii. 1 %  %  1 the l .um .e Dot deckle whether to a*k NationMarlU 1 i later on t n) %  Ifati or Communlsta to attend. The xhut bombli ould prov : itet sent With ;.n Uivl'"' %  Utior. a now drafl t Frederick nkl failure of COnUinlni a score of minor re'"< Min but vlaloni. Chanf Bowavar wora taj 1 < K n mostly In wording nnd did not change the soft lone of the propoaad Tramtj The Treaty (tvte Japan full UlliorHf • %  economy without limit. Japan under the Treaty alao %  any right* to Formosa, the Kunle Wands now occupied by Ruiela nnd formerly mandated lalandj •vhich have been taken over by the United States unn lli< 'TodgUe NEW YORK. July 2ii A 30-year-old Carnival worker. George Morgan, "wanted to u and shocked an audience at a side show performance last night bypicking up a rattle snake and holding its head In his mouth until % %  bit him on h Police said trial Morgan nan been despondent sinre I lifted of the death of his I 1 ifletali of 'he ei Tun.1i said th.it MoiiganS )"i> was to hold up glass cages contelnll to exhibit them to patrons. In the middle of the art he oi %  il up a snake, nnd held the head in his mouth. Doctors said that he was in a critical en dition and gave him serum injections nblng eiancri allowed" polit Bermude/ hired :i handful of United States technician! and branched an ambitious axpanaton and u1-1 nist .mi ion prognnuna. i Pemex operating 11 *iiit from N lo ltd, si -xploratioiis. listed huiuire.ls of %  nd built I if —I'Jr*. KING ABDULLAH ASSASSINATED TEL-A-VIV, July 20. Kint; Abdullah of Hassemite. Jordan. 69 years old. was assassinated lodav as he worshipped in the Masque Omar, in the old city of Jerusalem, the Hasscmite radio announced Abdullah was the second Arab leader assassinated this week. The former Premier. Riad Bc-Solh of Lebanon was machine gunned on Tuesday near Amman. Abdullah's capital. Abdullah waa murdered by an rait of Patatdne with Jordan assailant in the ttoaqw whKh f-irmini! the Hitssemilc Kingdom I'mtmns his father's tomb. Both deaplti 'be bitter opposition of Abdullah thar Arab laad an i. I ri,nd ,.f Britain Abdullah, born in Mecca in Arabia in 1882. became King ol %  1 proclaimed %  %  ruj %  "n Bmcui ell of the Re 1 Committee durlnsj U wooh %  ( Aiu'u-i 'ii Bai 1 ad* lo (*• folli %  full maetlnj '•( lha Committee befori 1 ng to Indivni ei tiniev R i i %  taken t Of the l.viTllllM Urgpni Waiter Commenting on Jh 1 % %  !"•' 1 ui. ft )•,1 %  I be in.nipublic, since thi I -iiKi.il 1 Impoi ti %  if the Weet exiled to thli lonely %  rl "' ''" %  "i""' grounds thai ha 1. •"" l commeni on 11." Oomas added mat he ihougni ui.RXC hai alread) 1 to bi r, re [n ^. Ind ii. added, howevet Ihoufh ui %  pa itsn ror fodei il Inten 1 %  %  for %  Fodei mont of Mir Brluth We 1 Inda ... 1 1 ptena foi Trli niuiiiiiiK 1 parteon ol rrmidad-Januilca poUtl ha n 'i il 1• % %  u in Trlnldai %  %  t %  her Weat In in tin), roapoet, whil some paople ou de Trmldai ., %  ii ran %  ihould not inon Ideol •:: %  I 111 nil : % %  .! IVtaiis Iiiipr4>\t'(l iLE DE VKf rral ee July 20. Bx-Marahal Henri Phlllpe Petaln was reported sllfhtly Improved n 1 ... Hi 'i la> %  ; Verdun" %  I island on 1 anea dui Ing the war was M ix'inii m a state of permanent coma. Hut docH I In he was %  I I' KARACHI, July no V loud* darken the Indian lUb-Conlineitl .is le.nl.-is ot t'lkisian continue to accuse each othei >( Ihf itbllitj for creating the preeenl exploaivi atmot* C i ilk ibeing becked by "defensive* 1 11 • M -f'>>" movementt %  1 %  lei Prime Minister, Jswehttrala] Nehni has sdmit* ti I ti" lefens* buildup ol indlen armed I 1 Pakistan*! border. I laqual All Khan has miide no Read TIIK TASK Of niiiiMi m >\ \i 11 In HVNDAT s ADVOCATE Flood Walers Slill Surging s LOUIS, M .-. ui.. July 2ft wab iof th> 11 11 the eantury broke Uuouah eveoj north ot Ihta • it ( j The coast guard predlcte 1 dike hitUtiug bach tinthe junctun ai n. [Masouri and the U %  %  Tin Mi-; ippl River li : I %  %  %  ..'M : %  %  %  %  B thi nM Rlvi I rarmei Leve> a) W II IS mile 1-th < f bennii< MECHINGEN. Germany. JtUy 20. last Crown 1 eh Wilhelm of Hohen7o'.lern. died earl %  The Croarn Prince was last of and JS trained to bc%  was the eldest -on of K halm, the second Enapan r ol mo Oennan Reich H* was Augusta princess of Sehteawlg-Hohrtato To-day' Weather Chart Simri->: Ml am Sunset' 8.2S p.m. Moon Full XJghtmg ap: 700 p.m. High Tide: 5.32 am.. I Low Tide 11.58 am D' (aspt ri Agreed To Form Govt. ROafi The ChnsUan lAb Ida )>i Oaapan li o%  . te Italian Government amid eratatenl .. tl ,i Carlo lO tin* |.Sl M u the in-.'aUnei De Oaapei 1 hut 1 lOthlng to I Die 741 at -ui.1 si, rza "p.kiia %  1 ibtnoi hut thi t.ii.tn Preaa devoted o itUnuon lo s '"> %  %  li .i-k t.i be ir loved ..f the p %  U CsauWsal %  read "with rc> %  %  thai he torn what will h Cabinet 1 I"-1 0 bai IM I 1 11. aptance nntomarj In it ily onlj thai ti" promwi Designate ,,,.,i actep> tanoe until lallu with 1 !i 1 • vines him he cm form a Government 1 %  Gasp 1 who restejasd on Uon Is] iftei 1 < .MM. 1 i.i Uovc polli v opoi %  %  Bdance In ins own ability t< put a new Cabtnel teajsaHar Th Damoeratk ieadai heid Iellmlnary eontareness i m tial" of Parllaaaaatary laadani last mgir in.1 bsfan in Intensive eonaulni tn %  ii.M adn hadon. bui IHI the peopli • .ill I %  m. ,,M bslns i.ikei,' in mast 11 posed by the niSSSSd Indian I the front lei The latest development here thi Redo %  .1. 1 eplylng lo % %  1 %  %  Pakistan impalan war" asalnsi India The coatenl of Uiaqi M b rvs ti"i been lord It (Mlllll I.V DOlt *' I lUotu today Itad Ihnote wnkilO iin Inili thai Mis nutgotnn giiveinment \vu da in. ol in M 'iir.t.-i of whon 1 Indian 11.. ... 'i.i, liem.K-.i.K k n turn, had nc*n -.1 1 >'' 1 tt^pnl.ti. ,m HSORa thu DIIlO llllllflt .Nlll lulls ... \|,, uMl I, ...l,,.If.. I-,,,.,...!, Ikelr to prjiudlrc poceful .. i'..i,i...- Bad Weather Debty Talks KAESONG id. :' I.I V.I. Ill 1 %  % %  1 %  %  1 %  1 Mils Uu 1 almi %  1 hirllnea apt U* front. M hll '"iir r*nme at 10 a m Bai irdaj rhe|, ;1 ,,. lightning. John An Newark t" Miami conatellal In Kai hn 1 ... 1 war" deelai 1 i'..1.1 .irthai lha .|i'i Inrotlu %  %  I %  .11 I.I'I 1%  V V Sixteen Die In U.S. Storms • NKW YORK, Vi. law thundi nrtori kill* 1. ... md %  ilong ii" 1 1 i 11 %  klilt .1 bj lightning, five i 1 the 1 in t!i Bunche 8hocked Ami Grieved The up to tinCot %  ii 'i.i. iwa] "i %  m 1 1 in ihUnited Nstiont there wmild be %  1. nil) il.,thi pait' %  Chambci ,,f 1 N Ih. Hi 1 MM hn i" ..f < 'in 1 dan %  a In thi U 1 MI riM Dei la have 1 %  %  —i'.p. WAR CASUALTIES WASHING 1 IN Julj ZU r 1 Chlneaa North K . i.i. d ...i • %  %  -n l*-t*cr %  e-ftre I buted -ir %  "i.ii .m |oj uualiuei The new *r>" ive us tin Government foreign to | iVilitic.il pointed \ 1 i 11 of the %  lightest indical %  %  1' 1 \ n ' %  1 the new til he US, Chlel ions, hew mi.1 Uaadon I i linn to %  niUtan alUanoa aitl lharman I Ith som* .I Britain 1 top mlUtei 1 were %  -; cdLlo relay his ' '>" ji"iinfp ii he British 1 11 d Htlee Opptmvd pi 1.1 Emanuel Shlnwell, wars leaving London foi ti 1 ..I ek-end without in.in 1 uu indsgnantl] mipoaad 1 I %  %  1 ground U %  I the U J movt High <>n the Agenda ol Sheehorn In Anglo\ ion thi vet Atlantic Paet lands Shi 1 %  ht UM IOW l^ varusaU] %  The BrlUata *.^ that UM %  na will 1 1 th> 1 1 l remit rrenean llfe%  not nut Linked i" the Southei 11 the VS. A %  1 %  •1 Into which I herm dodged mll< 1 i" The "ADVOCATE"* pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night. ii % %  KINfi AMM'LLAH I Abdullah has for > %  trvmg tr. Palestine with Tran*-Jordan Two m years ago, he merged the Arab ndapsndenl acend son %  King Hussein of Hedjaz. iind the aldai brothai Of the late 1 .ii "I ii iq .\ farm friend of Britain, Abdullah may have been assassinated as have othei Arab leaders, for his I 1 fore UM • I'.,'.•-tine. Abdullah's ambition wai to make the country Arabian. In the lighting between Israel and th-; Arab States, after the pertlUon, Abdullah's Trans1 only body of Aral* troop., which fought efTcct.vejy. It was le*' by a Mriton. Abdullah has also bean reported as ) to pusli through • treaty with Israel at the 1 k ui furth 1 ln-nating hli Arab %  %  Idenlif The murderer of King Abdullah nas bee. known torrori't • Brl rces, who said .s it one time employe' : rntoi Multi of .Icrusalen. ii. .1 amber of "Ai Ai Mnki.dr.s'' the Arst Organlsal and grenades had been found ^t his horn.-. The King's l)ody has now been brought te in Amman, i Dunead. N : K 1 and son has been named Regent because Crow: 111 In 1 1 • oath. The Cabinet decreed three months of mourning throughout • %  nd the Xordai 1 loscd. — I 1' V'lHK Jub 20 in i: iii-h .: B if the UN Till %  1 %  %  lion "1 King "I ;mi dcei 1 1 to learn af |hi Kina Abdullah of J 11m well ;""! respect him highly PI UNIXlN. July 20 The British Foreign '> %  i I:. %  1 %  %  %  %  blockade -•' U Canal Baporti %  I C uru can %  ipd U n %  reived ni> intimat %  or the Hrltlsh Ambassador tn l rr. New Emphasis on Private Enterprise PARIS is Bet -aid that %  weeping reshuffle of th> -ant", and phasls on prlvata Hi Foreign %  I %  %  %  ra I can onl> Uld impose no I I.I foi %  %  *perseaa The Law is always right. |ll(-'l'.' I I leagues WOUl i %  %  %  1 %  bl f""i 11. %  hut I wii, %  %  1 %  ndei Will-, befotFVsnkfur' l %  at.help wl %  1 r Jhsih JjcwowaJts Qhoux in (?ycleA IA RALEIGH TH B ALL-STEEL ft a IC VC LB CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10, 11. 12 & 13 BIIOAD sweet Sole Distributors 1



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    PACE TWO ll\KII.\l)l>s U.VOC'ATl: BAT! ltl\V JVM ^1 IMI Cahib gatiiwf M RS. A of Dancing HIT "all aboard" for Revuedcvilla lff51. Rehearsal!, nan rarly nrxx week. Tbt isei to be as good as M than lajt yr;r. t JM* %  pit TudM the 1950 postman and last year has chariR^d hi* tradr Is • masnn—and he's going to be funnj, I RJMBMV I9SO' iii also IN in tab rear's prudiuRcvucdi'villi1951 OJ • October 3i>1 with • %  : Intramit D R. T. w .1 rAYLoa College i,r bas lust linbhed i on Thursday by B.O. "Chool tor TriniAdams Returns To-morrow dad '" spend %  bolide) with bai m KaU Beaumont got a film star's ..i Irome when she landed from •en Elizabeth at Soulhi ek Six ream *< she went to Canada from Acton. Walt Disney %  i to play Alice in his Alice In Wonderland film. Now aha has a seven-year contract With him, earns about E 100 a week. gets n dollar %  we< h pocket moncju" says her mother. %  i,ii P aa um ont "Tin rest Ii put by for the future One of the things Kathy plans |C it., in Kngland is to revisit Old Oak Road. Alton, to see the school friends. Oeorgina and Pepita. she knows there Jewish Contribution A FESTIVAL exhibition has naned I '• %  rally CuiQower Street, to tell the %  the Jewish contribution | lif. from 1851 till the ii day. Exhibits of treasures and papers from the homes of famous Anglo-Jewish families have been lent by Sir Henry d'Avidor Goldi IdMi Leonard Monteuore and Ihi HMhschllds. While the exhibition is open. until August 3. there is a separate %  how f llM work of Jewish • the Ban (TrL Art Qal[try, Portmen Street, indon Long Holidavs B .W I.A. plan. were mostly carrying sc drew home for tl To-day m leaves. 0 months holiday U |o"k forward to. school children are m good spirits. Most of the schools in the next few da Incidental lntelligeB V the til he could afford lo lo*e' i-ll. that t eS go: man gets %  thai I MobHdoi I Ps VJLLPJC. Notice Notice i> hereby given ;hJt th. Arniuai l I ol the Y.M.P.C will !.held at th liouw. Beckles R. .. 2ttli August. 1951. ai | l Motions are the w I have always wanted. Such .. Job was beyond a woman's la the capltall i era here"[ WOMAN SHORTAGE? Pa*TH A woman organised .. lanee in Goulburn. New South Wales, Ai r i \ w\]i ,it Qie dano fit men present but no other girls. 8ba daneed with 57 of Mien before th< dance wai I I IS— e. 9 m IS IS M 0 |i FII Mini, fat H-mlrif II 13 Tngramm' i • u 9 m SUM. im THE AIIVS:XTI IIICS OF IMI'A 1 t> m TK* Nrv... 7 Ii i 1 *\ |> M, rto-ly Miih Thcalrr Unr>n. o | I 11 P II: I'lilKIKHrr llf II I. .1. l...ll %  p.. . in id p n lirte rl wde, i %  -•ithfuUN %  TH!" Cavi't" *5 *• C <-< <-F4 mOSSWOHIt gy THE WA \ By Be.ehcomber %  tHrftffi 1 XI rf-rr r—r 11 -\ r :: rvui r m in the tnsi V 111 Mu-K-*. iii-truuint lor RsiPl cua otter could plst. iBt \ iliSsieui nadir. i5i 11. bound* w fur %  giildo (41 18. bwtm st>ie. (51 •tn Did tha OH 1 17) 31. M.inifH. it tt Vt* P.T. Inr a %  nmmaull. I&l PUHU is nut •inu'.Uor*ai(j. \ ISI int.on* >lri|K iuu II rind. h-oUt. Ill • rcitam. (3 %  1 tnnsr I ITJOI Hie p)ruV (SI 1 or*' Ammc Oct. i It I tl p-nnv prosorai tar1 %  • !" l M." 0 Ji' ,:i "*" in. IX *l I'l Kdioon -' 4 Om— 1 %--. % ••!>'• %  i% %  It ft" B !A 1 us made >t ti Thart'i progjresa What would out grandmofnera r aye said? MiMl t# 1 %  %  Reo to '1 e tal %  % %  1 • %  %  11 and %  ,'. Polly, draw tha curtain Agne 5 mother cushion t. i T i ummon Dr. Klckahas on., cordial 1 41ss Frost, loosen my conwt! BenI on. close the d etch Nannyl Vtokat fetch MMa r %  .. B> Don net i ill M PruMastei Mortut iprtgl Aiatha, retch htn pQUtai' lv liii-i for -ookl Nanny, ''-n Ethel to light the Bra! Mason. I nnt not at home to anyone! Hint, ask Bird to stop We gardeners talking undac the windows' Molly' My fan! Now, read me again that alarming excerpt Irom tno nioinpanat ai>out a new brand ol biscuit I.nlriTuwljuunt tlv \upftomp S UCH are the lawn of libel In thll country that you hardly d HI 1 .ill ,1 man in a novel Tieailcliiower, without getting a letter saying: "Dear Sir, the attention of our client. Mr. Edgi Treaclehlower, has been called." etc. Publishers tell me thai II Ii no RI-KI poiotuu to tiH little Bantanea on a special pagi .it the l.i'ginning nf the book: Ail .1 fhis ho-tt ar* gotaarv. lin ident.illy. if that Is no protection, why go on printing It" The only thing to do la to risk it. and call youi hare Mazostriui. Boddlecostre T and your heroine Amblsyehnla Si'goektng-Mulp, or Finnic Gibloll. (ENTER Mm. Phack'iipre PharboaHpHpi) Rupert and Simon—36 Read . THE CASE OF COLONS. DONALD in SI'NDAY.S ADVOCATE CARIBBEAN PREMIERE 1 AQl'Alll I LI HUM MA (Mrmlier* Only) OLYMPIC TO-DAY nnil TO-MORROW 4.30 and 8.15 p.m. The M-O-M. Smashing Double "ANNIE GET YOUR GUN" 9la]: ii I1KTTY HUTTON — HOWARD KEKL Thorp's IKI htisinrss liko slmw Rnsinrss :ind there lin* never heen a shuw like "Annie C.el Vnur !% .Members OnM CAKinilRAN I'liFMIFItr H>l> III 1-HAi pin AU Mai rO.IIAl -I 1 >ni MFRHRHT BTILCOX Pmtnu ANNA tOWOtl "ELIZABETH OF LADY MEADE" %  ncropn -;i *## 1 # 1 HKHiI H'N *-• mmm %  ndjj £310 CARIBBEAN PREMIERE! sow MOWBSI i Pint MM. DAVIS PAYMENT ON DEMAND #/. 1 11 in to M n< i \t rive AIM the Khort:— INTO Tin: m.t i (TinStory of BO.A.C.i and 1-atcM "BRITISH NEWS" II AKN lll) IO DANOB. Deal mis* this opportunity. S| i %  i.ii,-. \iis> ju.ni u.msom. Imperial Society (Ballroom Branch) Otaaaai u the \qu.ik t iui or form %  .. i'>ii|i irinou-' ynur Iriinilrnnifcmcnt.s w ill he made (or six couplet i in your residence if preferable. Claaaai aim itraa in Keep Fit Ft.u.'i ind Mii-n ii Comedy THE B \RBADOS SCHOOL OF DANCING LTD. All 'iL|i]incs should ho addressed to The Secretary. One Acre. Hockley New Road. Dial 8369 -ANCASTER a KAYO Hi FLAMi: ANI> TIIC ARROW" M.I tun I %  %  ibis i r l\ AHWs Color i>. TI.I.I u., II 1 '! %  T. MT l 1 HAILED BV CRITICS AS OM OF THE MOST SKiNII U \M DOMlSTIC DRAMAS OF THE YF. \R' Berre { Frclmg the DJII Rsdl the houi *ven krx>* who to whiipcn Rupert. A; i hiiU ih tlun avat I dooi %  ah lor." it inomrtu Jtdv ippiojirif* qucily o*w iht s" ,r Whv. S'l mv fM friend. :: IU. -And ahl S rarniaj th^ipU Upan tro rhjt it ii tlir bdy *ho K> %  r wiU ins. so fir rcl • rr ih* *ho!f .lor. UlJ h4lld hrr I.iloiiK it ,ht took. 4ii wsl) Kit %  • I OPENING TO-MORROW 4.45 and 8.15 and CONTINUING TO TUESDAY •lift IKI (111. III! HIM llll. > I..Ill IH r.M. k, JACK H CARIBBEAN PRIMIERt f -B'TOWN PI 4/4 NOW SHOW |\(. 4Ai 4. a.3o p.in A OaaaUaanai TO HELP YOir KEEP YOUR GARDEN BEAUTIFUL Wc OSw — Rubber HUM 2" Monies Clips I'onncclori I'nions Il.ikiSmall Hand Forks (iardrn Furks (Lonll Handle—4 Prong) A130 TKII'l.KX SPR.WKRS—Snilnble for Tennis Lawns, Crirkel Clubs elr. • I III II VIEII VIIOS (IMII'IIIVini loriio 1 u nun LTD. Hardware Department Tel. No. 203B TO-DAV a-day 4.4^ & 8 30 and crrlinuing Daily SI 4 45 ftnd 6 30 AT I 31 I* I IE I III)'.'.' TO BECOME A HEAD OK A EAM.I.V IN EIGHT HII.ARIOrSI.Y HAIlKdW'lM; ST1 kIMI III \IIIS .....I (OIIOMIS I :,< %  Astonisbiiiu Btor] of :i *"hM:ult Man who Chnppcil DW1I His l'.iniil> Tree A .1 ARTHUR RANK PRES] Starrinl Atex GUINNESS HOBSON — Joan GREENWOOD


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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 21, 1951
Frequency: daily
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ESTABLISHED 1S95
SATURDAY .H"l.Y 21 19SI

Communists Massing
For New Offensive
EIGHTH ARMY HQ Korea, July 20.
THE COMMUNISTS massed an estimated 300
tanks north of Kaesong, and frontline officers
said that the Communists all along the line were
"ready to go" in a new assault at any time. Tanks
were hidden in the Koksan sector, 55 miles due
north of the conference city, in a position to swoop:
south through Kaesong on Seoul in the same way
they launched their invasion one year and one:
month ago.
Oil Situation
(letting \\ orse
:KM!-.. ,'.
I'i.iViI S!:i!<". iiivir,,: A
A Avrw.! Hl
Um ,it iii bum lodaj
Bnli-I
.
getUuf .... .
..nd other It*
en Truman's special rcpnwenta-
Shah
Mexico Looks
For Foreign
Assistance
B>
The l<-1
13"> mil* /runt in thru
strength since their api
five, but UN. troops al
to meet SAytblng th*
fail.
Bad weather United]
to-day. a* the Red buildup eon-1
tinued after being held up (or
..rtillery and
bardment of Communi
rupply lines and broom po Ittotl
Allied patrols trudging thinigh
like mud fought small
slued Red groups neatly every*
os* Um from 111
rain poured heavily on nearly
verj front line unit. Action mi
' to patrol combat'
probing
reported.
One u v patrol
:lt^h?1n* ''.' '-'
..: I.M ..
on Prl.
raoun-

cjuagmired area smith of Kuni-1
one
>ng. received withering
eaponi fire from two
auto-
i Red
platoons. When the i.
doughboya withdrew 1.000 yard]
I they were I: It | .
from 20 other rtilnan armed with
iiiaihini'iiuii and ssnU automat h
weapons Allied troop-
Ihe Red group and reached their
lines safely.
West oi the old *
k hi hv. a-Pyongyang Iron
Allied patrol met ..

' m SOtUUOO
between Iran
with the Britlah
A Bntis
thai Han mai In
proposal* t British An.
Sir Francis Shepherd t.
KOHIRT PRCSCOTT
>:i KICO CITY. JuK M
Govern mani


mg for faff t.A-H.ip i-
palrcU-u
l i
admitted!'
itlon * II
lih owned
oil comp.im. s i ill kII ti i
- ehUdran
donated their pannkM ;
mping.
Production has doubted: modern
net .!, ..,,- balni built--
.
t the red.
< iii < !ompantt
holdj
*
nSUUlCffig

1^00,000,000 ban
Oil Induatr) W i I I rema
but the trend imdoubtedly will be
toward increasing foroi
ticipjii"ii in Mexic .ii
Spain Gels New
Government
MADRID. July 20.
^ NEW Spanish Cabinet took office exactly six
years after its predecessor amidst Spanish edi-
torial reaction predicting no substantial change
in the regime. Experienced political observers
.scoffed at reports that the new Cabinet was either
Monarchist or would proceed with the installation
of a Spanish King.
Even the Monarchists' own newspaper "ABC" in
an editorial made no mention of the slightest
possibility of such a move.
AT i.1 I h< York, .im Bjnj.'nn. D n m
iat Party i N. tion.il Bo*id aud Euguu* i' ' Ury. alt
tarir hall la .crYD a SI :~u:
Of th- 11 convicted tap C*miini;ni"t b dan I '>:. U a. only MVan -tirrciidmrd to |hl
me tour forfeit*! thru bail raagtag from .'o.OOO 10 ftl.OQO riclUi. Tli*y wan i
I ui Ndvoaat" Ih- foretW ......rBBHsBI
I
i-baiKO Of

enemy force." Friday afternoon -
Bod
engagement.
after
u,o
aid the Britlah
to ih>
50 Invited To
Sign Jap Pact
WASHINGTON. July SO,
The United State! Invited BO
other countries incluii.:
;tnd 20 LaUD*AmacioMi
meet in S;m Kf.nn II 0 On Si p
tember 4 to sign a treaty with
..'.iij'.i...... i md
ilumblr pvacf." Invitation* WWnl
to it countries except China, that
fought Japan Of
portant role lo start in e the forma-
tion of 1he While.! N'
Ofllca tomorrow
llmoat "romii
4 the An--. -
Iranian O
rloti hi which it
vere kllla h
i Tiie pokei mai
:.
amtaUom in eonnectioii with [ran'i
i.lister of Compan)
.! i i. .in' joint Partla-
..
IWO li< iii i- wttfa 1l.iiriin.iii Ltsl
night ;ind agTMd to new tulk-
with BritainI".P.
3SignH.t.c. Pakistan Prepares
Trade Report rL .. , r/,.
KINGSTON, '
Trlnldod'i a. i n Ooi
.
rapon c4 ih< W< IM
Ee> nont c Dalai lion I i i United
Almost Kuined Klnfdom i i haa now
After i a Bustamante,
nbout aa i.i .i- '.iii"iiniii own Younjpnai
avar and Robin
prospCM't. m ' I > I
i Irai Hex.....i i^sb hoped Gomel al praaei
to take over It* largo iWeiim da- ' I that I
in. | ii n In I um ih.-
Main the pruduction and "i1 luitemnnte IM
proflta ho lad .1 ntiafai I -
Maxteo ...I;:..,' '
t wrecked. Uhl I
Senator Antonio J. Bermuder ted f UM
control live yeara ago FWrolttini re-eeteblli men! of Ci
alexlcanoa wai haadad foi bank- DB<
ruptcy. There was .1 "no for- Oomes ged for
Bomhin^ Cliiiia
Would Be Futile
Non-GhlnaM delagab
vited because western allies
UONTRBAL, July 10,
n- Sn Prodi Hoj "'nil',
i.: ii. 1 1 the l .um .e
Dot deckle whether to a*k Nation- MarlU 1 i later on t n)
Ifati or Communlsta to attend. The xhut bombli ould prov
- : itet sent With ;.n Uivl- '"'
Utior. a now drafl t Frederick nkl failure of
COnUinlni a score of minor re- '"< Min but
vlaloni. Chanf Bowavar wora taj 1 < K n
mostly In wording nnd did not
change the soft lone of the pro-
poaad Tramtj
The Treaty (tvte Japan full U-
lliorHf "
economy without limit. Japan
under the Treaty alao
any right* to Formosa, the Kunle
Wands now occupied by Ruiela
nnd formerly mandated lalandj
vhich have been taken over by
the United States un ,
The Treaty remains open for
changes until August S.
-r.p
1
1 .p.
0l 1 1
Ratth-Miiakr Bilrs
Man <>n lli<'TodgUe
NEW YORK. July 2ii
A 30-year-old Carnival worker.
George Morgan, "wanted to "u
and shocked an audience at a side
show performance last night by-
picking up a rattle snake and
holding its head In his mouth until
, bit him on h
Police said trial Morgan nan
been despondent sinre I
lifted of the death of his I
1 ifletali of 'he ei Tun.1i
said th.it MoiiganS )"i> was to hold
up glass cages contelnll
to exhibit them to patrons. In the
middle of the art he oi
il up a snake, nnd held
the head in his mouth. Doctors
said that he was in a critical en
dition and gave him
serum injections
nblng
eiancri allowed" polit
Bermude/ hired :i handful of
United States technician! and
branched an ambitious axpanaton
and u1-1 nist .mi ion prognnuna.
i Pemex operating ,
11 *iiit from N lo ltd, si
-xploratioiis. listed huiuire.ls of
nd built I
' if I'Jr*.
KING ABDULLAH
ASSASSINATED
TEL-A-VIV, July 20.
Kint; Abdullah of Hassemite. Jordan. 69 years old. was
assassinated lodav as he worshipped in the Masque Omar,
in the old city of Jerusalem, the Hasscmite radio announced
Abdullah was the second Arab leader assassinated this
week. The former Premier. Riad Bc-Solh of Lebanon was
machine gunned on Tuesday near Amman. Abdullah's capi-
tal.
Abdullah waa murdered by an rait of Patatdne with Jordan
assailant in the ttoaqw whKh f-irmini! the Hitssemilc Kingdom
I'mtmns his father's tomb. Both deaplti 'be bitter opposition of
Abdullah thar Arab laadani.
I ri,nd ,.f Britain
Abdullah, born in Mecca in
Arabia in 1882. became King ol
1
..... proclaimed
. ruj ' "n Bmcui
ell of the Re 1
Committee durlnsj U
wooh ( Aiu'u-i 'ii Bai 1 ad* lo
(* folli
full maetlnj '( lha Committee
befori
1 ng to Indivni
ei tiniev R i i taken
t Of the
l.viTllllM
Urgpni Waiter
Commenting on Jh 1 !"' 1
ui. ft )- ,1
I
be in.ni- public, since thi
I
-iiKi.il 1 Impoi ti
if the Weet
exiled to thli lonely '" rl" "' ''" "i""'
grounds thai ha 1. ""l commeni on 11."
Oomas added mat he ihougni
ui.- RXC hai alread)
1 .
to bi
r, re [n ^. Ind
ii. added, howevet
Ihoufh ui pa itsn
ror fodei il Inten 1

for Fodei
mont of Mir Brluth We 1 Inda
... 1 1
ptena foi Trli
niuiiiiiiK 1 parteon ol
rrmidad-Januilca poUtl
ha n 'i il 1-
u in Trlnldai
.
t her Weat In
in tin), roapoet, whil some
paople ou de Trmldai
., ii ran

ihould not
in- on Ideol ::
I 111 nil : .!
IVtaiis Iiiipr4>\t'(l
iLE DE VKf rral ee July 20.
Bx-Marahal Henri Phlllpe Petaln
was reported sllfhtly Improved n
1
... Hi 'i la>
; Verdun"
I
island on
1 anea dui Ing the war was
M ix'inii m a
state of permanent coma. Hut doc-
H I In he was

I I'
KARACHI, July no
V loud* darken the Indian lUb-Conlineitl .is le.nl.-is ot
t'lkisian continue to accuse each othei >( Ihf
itbllitj for creating the preeenl exploaivi atmot*
Ci
ilk i- being becked by "defensive*1 11 m-f'>>" movementt
1 lei
Prime Minister, Jswehttrala] Nehni has sdmit*
ti I ti" lefens* buildup ol indlen armed I 1 *
Pakistan*! border.
I laqual All Khan has miide no
Read
TIIK TASK Of
niiiiMi m >\ \i 11
In
HVNDAT s ADVOCATE
Flood Walers
Slill Surging
s LOUIS, M .-. ui.. July 2ft
wab i- of th>
1- 1 11 the eantury broke Uuouah
eveoj north ot Ihta it (
.....j The coast guard predlcte 1
, dike hitUtiug bach tin-
the junctun ai n.
[Masouri and the U
.

Tin Mi-; ippl River li :
I
..'m :

B thi
n- M Rlvi
I
rarmei Leve> a) W
II IS mile
1- -th < f ben- ni
- t of thi d been re*
11 mi igr was
r.r.
I the Syrian Nai
'?-
Crown Rriaee l>i<
MECHINGEN. Germany. JtUy 20.
last Crown
1 eh Wilhelm of
Hohen7o'.lern. died earl
'
The Croarn Prince was last of
and js trained to bc-
.
was the eldest -on of K
halm, the second Enapan r ol mo
Oennan Reich H*
was Augusta
princess of Sehteawlg-Hohrtato
To-day'
Weather Chart
Simri->: Ml am
Sunset' 8.2S p.m.
Moon Full
XJghtmg ap: 700 p.m.
High Tide: 5.32 am.. I
Low Tide
11.58 am
D' (aspt ri
Agreed To
Form Govt.
ROafi
The ChnsUan l-
Ab Ida )>i Oaapan li o-
...
te Italian Government amid
eratatenl ..tl,i Carlo
lO tin* |.Sl
! M u the in-.-
'aUnei De Oaapei 1 hut 1
lOthlng to I Die 74-
1 at -ui.1 si, rza "p.kiia
1 ibtnoi hut thi
t.ii.tn Preaa devoted o
itUnuon lo s'">
li .i-k t.i be ir
loved ..f the p U
CsauWsal
read "with rc>

thai he torn
what will h Cabinet
1 I"-1 0 bai IM I 1
11. aptance nntomarj In it ily
onlj thai ti" promwi
Designate ,,,.,i actep>
tanoe until lallu with 1
!i 1 .....vines him he cm
form a Government
1 " Gasp 1 who restejasd on
Uon Is] iftei 1 < .mm. 1 i.i Uovc
polli v opoi
.....Bdance In ins own ability t<
put a new Cabtnel teajsaHar Th
Damoeratk ieadai heid
I- ellmlnary eontareness i m
tial" of Parllaaaaatary laadani last mgir
in.1 bsfan in..... Intensive eonaul-
ni
tn

ii.M adn hadon. bui
ihI the peopli
.ill I m. ,,M
bslns i.ikei,' in mast 11
posed by the niSSSSd Indian
I the front lei
The latest development here
thi Redo
.1. 1 eplylng lo ' 1
Pakistan
impalan war" asalnsi India
The coatenl of Uiaqi
m b rvs ti"i been
lord It
(Mlllll I.V DOlt
*'
I lUotu today
Itad Ih- note wnkilO iin Inili thai Mis nutgotnn giiveinment \vu
da in. ol in M 'iir.t.-i of whon
1 Indian 11.. ... 'i.i, liem.K-.i.K kn
turn, had nc*n -.1 1 >'' 1 tt^pnl.ti. ,m HSORa thu D-
IIlO llllllflt .Nlll lulls ... \|,,uMl, I, ...l,,.If.. I-,,,.,...!,
Ikelr to prjiudlrc poceful .. ,
i'..i,i...-
Bad Weather
Debty Talks
KAESONG id. :'
I.I V.I. Ill 1
' '
1 1 1 Mils Uu 1 almi 1
hirllnea apt U*
front. ..... M hll '"iir
r*nme at 10 a m Bai irdaj rhe|, ,;1 ,,.
lightning.
John An
Newark t" Miami conatellal
In Kai hn 1
...
1..... war" deelai
1 i'..1.1 .ir-
thai lha
.|i'i Inrotlu I
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Sixteen Die
In U.S. Storms
NKW YORK, '
Vi. law thundi nrtori kill*
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ilong ii"1
..... 1 i 11
klilt .1 bj lightning, five i 1 the
' 1 in t!i
Bunche 8hocked
Ami Grieved
The
up to tin- Cot
ii 'i.i. iwa] "i
m 1......1 in ih-
United Nstiont
there wmild be
1.
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i'.p.
WAR CASUALTIES
WASHING 1 IN Julj ZU
r
1 Chlneaa ...... North k .
i.i. d ...i -n
l*-t*cr

e-ftre I buted
-ir

"i.ii .m
|oj
uualiuei
The new *r>"
ive us tin
Government foreign to |
iVilitic.il pointed
\ 1 i
11 of the

lightest indical

1' 1 \ n ' . 1 the new
til
he US, Chlel
ions, hew mi.1 Uaadon I
. i linn to
.
niUtan alUanoa aitl
lharman I Ith som*
.I Britain 1 top mlUtei 1
were -; cdLlo relay his
' '>" ji"iinfp ii
he British 1......11 d
Htlee Opptmvd
pi

1.1
.
Emanuel Shlnwell,
wars leaving London foi ti 1
..I ek-end without
in.in
1
uu indsgnantl]
mipoaad 1
I ' 1 ground
U

I
the U J movt
High <>n the Agenda ol Shee-
horn In Anglo- \
ion thi
vet Atlantic Paet
lands Shi 1

ht um iow l^ varusaU]
The BrlUata *.^ that UM
na will 1 .1 th>
1 1 l rem-
it rrenean llfe-

. not nut Linked i" the Southei 11
the VS. A

1
"1 Into which I
herm dodged
mll<
1 i"
The "ADVOCATE"*
pays for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night.
ii

KINfi AMM'LLAH
I
Abdullah has for >
trvmg tr.
Palestine with Tran*-Jordan Two
m years ago, he merged the Arab
ndapsndenl
acend son
King Hussein of Hedjaz.
iind the aldai brothai Of the late
1 .ii "I ii iq
.\ farm friend of Britain, Abdul-
lah may have been assassinated as
have othei Arab leaders, for his
I 1 fore Um
I'.,'.-tine. Abdullah's
ambition wai to make the country
Arabian. In the lighting between
Israel and th-; Arab States, after
the pertlUon, Abdullah's Trans-
1 only body
of Aral* troop., which fought efTcc-
t.vejy. It was le*' by a Mriton. Ab-
dullah has also bean reported as
) to pusli through
treaty with Israel at the
1 k ui furth 1 ln-nating hli Arab

Idenlif
The murderer of King Abdullah
nas bee.
. known torrori't
Brl rces, who said
.s it one time employe'
: rntoi Multi of .Icrusalen.
ii. .1 amber of "Ai
Ai Mnki.dr.s'' the Arst
Organlsal
* and grenades had
been found ^t his horn.-. The
King's l)ody has now been brought
te in Amman, i
Dunead.
N :
K 1 and son has been named
Regent because Crow:
111 In 1 1

oath. The Cabinet decreed three
months of mourning throughout
.
nd the Xordai
1 loscd.
I 1'
V'lHK Jub 20
in i: iii-h .: B
if the UN Till
1

!
lion "1 King '
"I ;mi dcei 1 1
to learn af |hi
Kina Abdullah of J
11m well ;""! respect him highly
PI
U<- his?,.,
"Kmn Abdullah waa a unique
m the modern world
1 ;
it hi in
political!--
r um most 1 1
iDBBwn. In ^11 of 1:
1 1
pt'te I ton

one whose v.-
-* full) U sd 1 r
1 OCKET CARTOON
tf-UIHI I.WCAM'H
belly-landed Um
held '
Virginia, during
without

flame
action.
ILabam 1 1
-
1 f
..II III!

'
Df.'ix Kiioult'rip-
Of Sue/ Pjropoaal
IX>NIXlN. July 20
The British Foreign '>' i
I-
:. , 1
.
blockade -' U
Canal Baporti

I
C uru can ipd U n

reived ni> intimat

or the Hrltlsh Ambassador tn
l rr.
New Emphasis on Private Enterprise
PARIS
is Bet
-aid that
weeping reshuffle of th>
-ant", and
phasls on prlvata
Hi
Foreign

I


ra I can onl>
Uld impose no
I i.i foi
'
*perseaa
The Law is always right.

|ll(-'l'.' I
I
leagues WOUl
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ndei Will-, befot-
FVsnkfur' l

at.help wl

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Jhsih JjcwowaJts
Qhoux in (?ycleA
IA
RALEIGH
TH B ALL-STEEL
ft
a IC VC LB
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD.
10, 11. 12 & 13 biioad sweet
Sole Distributors
1


PACE TWO
ll\KII.\l)l>s U.VOC'ATl:
BAT! ltl\V JVM ^1 IMI
Cahib gatiiwf
MRS. A
of Dancing hit "all aboard"
for Revuedcvilla lff51. Rehearsal!,
nan rarly nrxx week. Tbt
isei to be as good as M
than lajt yr;r. t Jm*
pit TudM the 1950 postman and
last year has
chariR^d hi* tradr
Is masnnand he's going to be
funnj,
I RJMBMV I9SO'
iii also In in tab rear's prudiu-
Rcvucdi'villi- 1951 OJ
October 3i>1 with
:
Intramit
Dr. t. w .1 rAYLoa
College
psssfnarr by B.W.I.A. I..:
his way to Jamaica from Trtt
in t r .in si t pann
through Barbain vcra _,
M Howes and her daughter Among I hose Present...
IfcJ dl m M ndd Ika rrccnt
Back From Trinidad *'"!
M
R AND MRS. Bunny
Sin UM gallety
Dupuch und
Mr
III
T .~ [i"'" Uanamaa, Mr
,,..,.,.-. ,,, ...or rwntmiu ,u,t mi.i i i
daughter who had been .. Gordon of Si
rrlHOM since July flth re-*Guiana had stroi
turned From Trinidad yesterday Uon in tha | i harli
morning bs ii.w i.A. Accompany- WoaUey; I etary, ii;.
W*fS Mi Mike Tavlor H on. f P. McDavtdj and Ml 0 1
r the "Ch
.
M
liap in Ti
M'l
.1. B.G
West I
eprwenti
by | |
' val guests
....
Finished School
BOX SIMPSO i
ear-old son of Ml
J, M Q, Simpson of Wildakr",
Mai mi <.. -in from
( anada over I
Lady Neltoa. Bill
MRS. DOROTHY ARCHED ol tending UppCi I
, fan* hi (r> i,r bas lust linbhed
i on Thursday by B.O. "Chool
tor Trini- Adams Returns To-morrow
dad '" spend bolide) with bai m One "i bat iVl expected le arrive in Bar-
tons i- Huntai Arena the Trlnl- bedoa pi B.tt ajn ton n
.in.-, play*, bhi U
Arriving b) the sama |

Lui who have come |
It, staying at tl
Hotel.
Holidaying With Her
Children
Star For Jamaica
Ol Hri tain's be^l character
. ;-- Will
lUng Jjmaica He
i; tha part of a
inei i in Somerset
I .
..... ....
'hi- aiming of
. Laurie has been called
i in j.Ia.% 'hr pnrt oi
I mm crew ol a nhip on the
iv:n to Jamaica. Now he Is rcal-
Ihen .'l last. He leaves
ii to lake part in the
i.i' Unda Darnell film, Satur-
dt Island' and will l In
I for about a month
A Son
A SON ha been bom to Garry
Corner. W.I. and Trinidad
< i i ketrr Ilia wife I* the former
P Idup Mi*. Gome,- ued
v i ,\ hoetm
Disney's Alice
ri .i;KTEEN-YEAR-OLl> KaU
Beaumont got a film star's
..i Irome when she landed from
en Elizabeth at Soulh-
i ek
Six ream *< she went to
Canada from Acton. Walt Disney
i to play Alice in his
Alice In Wonderland film. Now
aha has a seven-year contract
With him, earns about E 100 a
week.
gets n dollar we< h
pocket moncju" says her mother.
i,ii Paaumont "Tin rest
Ii put by for the future '
One of the things Kathy plans
|C it., in Kngland is to revisit Old
Oak Road. Alton, to see the school
friends. Oeorgina and Pepita. she
knows there
Jewish Contribution
A FESTIVAL exhibition has
naned I '' rally Cui-
Qower Street, to tell the
the Jewish contribution
| lif. from 1851 till the
ii day.
Exhibits of treasures and
papers from the homes of famous
Anglo-Jewish families have been
lent by Sir Henry d'Avidor Gold-
i Id- Mi Leonard Monteuore and
Ihi HMhschllds.
While the exhibition is open.
until August 3. there is a separate
how f llM work of Jewish
the Ban (TrL Art Qal-
[try, Portmen Street, indon
Long Holidavs
B.W I.A. plan.
were mostly carrying sc
drew home for tl
To-day m leaves.
0 months holiday U |o"k
forward to. school children are m
good spirits. Most of the schools
in the next few da
Incidental lntellige-
BV the til
he could afford lo lo*e'
i-ll.
that
t
eS go:
man gets thai
I
MobHdoi
I Ps
VJLLPjC. Notice
Notice i> hereby given
;hJt th. Arniuai l
I ol the Y.M.P.C
will !.- held at th
liouw. Beckles R. ..
2ttli August. 1951. ai |
l Motions are
the w
- July 29th
P POTTER.
Horr.
AIRMONTE fl-
MILLICENT JORDAN
taeakM the plea*..-'
^r Company lu their
DANCt To-N,,ht
at the Rouen Progress: v
Club. Belle Gully.
Praarnan*i
Is -u.i m attendance
ADMISSION XI-
RrlreshaaenU mm. Sale
Please Invite your Friend-
Girls For Tlu' Pits
BERLIN
GirU are leing recruited for
he coal pit In the Soviet Zone
f Germany One of them *ia*
Just achieved fore:n*n status at
b pit near Halle. Writing to thank
ha East German govarna <-n:
moiigh a Communist paper, the
i iii said, v. hist l have got :he
ti\> I have always wanted. Such
.. Job was beyond a woman's
la the capltall i era here"[
WOMAN SHORTAGE?
Pa*TH
A woman organised .. lanee
in Goulburn. New South Wales,
Ai r i \ w\]i ,it Qie dano
fit men present but no other girls.
8ba daneed with 57 of Mien be-
fore th< dance wai
burn (pop. 16.000) has 300 more
than men.
MX, Radio Pnfrunr
.1
p m K**" AiijI>i
I IS e. 9 m
IS IS M
0 |i fii Mini, fat H-mlrif II 13
Tngramm' i
u 9 m sum. im
THE AIIVS:XTI IIICS OF IMI'A
1 t> m TK* Nrv... 7 Ii
i
1 *\ |> M, rto-ly Miih
Thcalrr Unr>n. o |
I 11 P II: I'lilKIKHrr llf II
I. .1. l...ll p.. .
in id p n lirterlwde, i
-ithfuU-
N

TH-
Cavi't" *5 * C <-< <-f4
mOSSWOHIt gy THE WA\ By Be.ehcomber
tHrftffi
1 XI
rf-r- r rr -
11 -\ r_ ::
rvui r m in the tnsi V 111
Mu-K-*. iii-truuint lor RsiPl
cua otter could plst. iBt
\ iliSsieui nadir. i5i
11. bound* w fur giildo (41
18. bwtm st>ie. (51
tn Did tha OH 1 .
17) 31. M.inifH. it
tt Vt* P.T. Inr a nmmaull. I&l
Puhu
is nut inu'.Uor*ai(j.
\ ISI
int.- on* >lri|K iuu II rind.
h-oUt. Ill
rcitam. (3
1 tnnsr I
ITjOi Hie p)ruV (SI
1 or*' Ammc Oct. i
It I tl
p-nnv prosorai tar-1
lM."0Ji',:i"*"
in. IX *l I'l Kdioon -'
4 Om 1 %--.?!>'
i-
It ft"
B!a 1 us made >t ti
Thart'i progjresa '
What would out grandmofnera
r aye said?
Mi- Ml t#
1 Reo
to '1 e tal 1 11 and
,'.
Polly, draw tha curtain Agne
5 mother cushion t. i
Ti ummon Dr. Klckahas
on- ., cordial1
41ss Frost, loosen my conwt! Ben-
I on. close the d
etch Nannyl Vtokat fetch MMa
r .. B> Don net i ill M Pru-
Mastei Mortut
iprtgl Aiatha, retch htn
pQUtai' lv liii-i for
-ookl Nanny, ''-n Ethel to light
the Bra! Mason. I nnt not at home
to anyone! Hint, ask Bird to stop
We gardeners talking undac the
windows' Molly' My fan! Now,
read me again that
alarming excerpt Irom tno nioin-
panat ai>out a new brand
ol biscuit
I.nlri- Tuwljuunt
tlv \upftomp
SUCH are the lawn of libel In
thll country that you hardly
d hi 1 .ill ,1 man in a novel
Tieailcliiower, without getting a
letter saying: "Dear Sir, the
attention of our client. Mr. Edgi
Treaclehlower, has been called."
etc. Publishers tell me
thai II Ii no ri-ki poiotuu to tiH
little Bantanea on a special pagi
.it the l.i'ginning nf the book: Ail
.1 fhis ho-tt ar*
gotaarv. lin ident.illy. if
that Is no protection, why go on
printing It" The only thing to do
la to risk it. and call youi hare
Mazostriui. BoddlecostreT and
your heroine Amblsyehnla
Si'goektng-Mulp, or Finnic Gib-
loll.
(ENTER Mm. Phack'iipre Phar-
boaHpHpi)
Rupert and Simon36
Read .
THE CASE OF
COLONS. DONALD
in
SI'NDAY.S ADVOCATE
CARIBBEAN
PREMIERE1.
AQl'Alll I LI HUM MA
(Mrmlier* Only)
OLYMPIC
TO-DAY nnil TO-MORROW 4.30 and 8.15 p.m.
The M-O-M. Smashing Double -
"ANNIE GET YOUR
GUN"
9la]: ii I1KTTY HUTTON HOWARD KEKL
Thorp's iki htisinrss liko slmw Rnsinrss :ind there
lin* never heen a shuw like "Annie C.el Vnur Irvinu llerlin Sum; Mils.
Ill Ml V..U ('mil OM A Mini Wilh a din".
"Colonel BaSall Hill" I'm An Indian Too".
lining Whal Comes Nnlurally".
The CUri Thul I Marry".
AND
"AMBUSH"
Starr inj*:
ROBERT TAYLOR, JOHN MODIAK. ARLENF. DAHL
A Devil May Action Picture of the fiRht .mil fury
el men ready to Hie.
TIIRII.I.S ACTION* SUSPENSE
GL OBE THE.I I It E
I1IIIAV .-. anil MS I"" -nd CWln
KIDNAPER
I IN...
U N1 Q
N STA

LOOSE
WILLIAM HOLDEN
Nancy Olson Barry Fitzgerald
IYIE BETTGER' MN STEBIING
fSN* -
II O l A 1.
TO-PAV and TO-MORROW .1 and US p.m.
EMOTIONS- IIAtt ROUOH and RECKLESS
<
RAWHIDE
Starr In |{
Tyrona POWER Susan HAYWARD
A Story (old with a Rla/ini; .11 a Hiirninp, Kiss anil
a fllnilin Lash Men- Hanger tW OoMfbr
Adxi'iittire, fur CoMttastl
\QI \ll I.I H ri.\i:>!% .Members OnM
CAKinilRAN I'liFMIFItr
H>l> I- II 1-HAi pin
AU Mai rO.IIAl -I 1 >ni
mfrhrht btilcox Pmtnu
ANNA tOWOtl "
"ELIZABETH OF LADY MEADE"
ncropn -;i -
*## 1 # 1 HKHiI H'N
* *- mmm ndjj 310
CARIBBEAN PREMIERE!
sow MOWBSI
i Pint
mm. davis PAYMENT ON DEMAND
#/. 111 in to m n< i \t rive
AIM the Khort:
into Tin: m.t i
(Tin- Story of BO.A.C.i
and 1-atcM
"BRITISH NEWS"
II AKN lll) IO DANOB. Deal mis* this opportunity.
S| i i.ii,-. \iis> ju.ni u.msom.
Imperial Society (Ballroom Branch)
Otaaaai u the \qu.ik t iui or
form .. i'>ii|i irinou-' ynur Iriinil-
rnnifcmcnt.s w ill he made (or six couplet i
in your residence if preferable.
Claaaai aim itraa in Keep Fit
Ft.u.'i ind Mii-n ii Comedy
THE B \RBADOS SCHOOL OF DANCING LTD.
All 'iL|i]incs should ho addressed to .
The Secretary. One Acre. Hockley New Road. Dial 8369
-ANCASTER a KAYO Hi
FLAMi: ANI> TIIC ARROW"
M.I tun I
. ibis
i r l\ AHWs
Color i>. Ti.i.i......u.,
'II"1 '!' T.'MTl1
HAILED BV CRITICS AS OM
OF THE MOST SKiNII U \M
DOMlSTIC DRAMAS OF THE
YF. \R'
Berre {
Frclmg
the djIi Rsdl the houi
*ven krx>* who to
whiipcn Rupert. A; i
hiiU ih
tlun avat
" I dooi
ah lor."
it inomrtu
Jtdv
ippiojirif* qucily o*w iht s"
,rWhv. S'l mv fM '
friend. :: .
iU. -And ahl
Srarniaj th^ipU
Upan tro rhjt it ii tlir bdy *ho
K> r wiU ins. so fir rcl
rr ih* *ho!f .lor. UlJ h4lld hrr
I.iloiiK it ,ht took. 4-
ii wsl) "SHIPWRECK BALL"
TO-A I4.IIT
PARADISE BEACH CLUB
IRISH LINEN SHEETS
Size 90x100_________SI.IO
Size 70x100________MJtS
IRISH LINEN PILLOW CASES (Hemstitched)
Size 20x30 Si. 17 Size 18x28 .
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
YOUR SHOE STORE
DIAL 4220
I
Bette Davis
Barry Sunivan

%% To-nif/ht
wk visit j
CLUB MORGAN |
The moil Drntinlul N'i0hi club Irom Miami to Rio u-llh a u-orld-uHrfc ret uiation lor good food |
Music, Dancing
Entertainment
through out the night
Dial 4000 for reservations
now iin ii'iti-:
BRINGS TERROR
TO 8,000,000
PEOPLE!

CXTHA
WEDLOCK
nun mik-
j u,i, U1L0I! i.. ILincill i ..> Kit I
OPENING TO-MORROW 4.45 and 8.15
and CONTINUING TO TUESDAY
lift
IKI (111. III!
HIM llll. > I..Ill IH
r.M. k, JACK H
CARIBBEAN PRIMIERt
f
-B'TOWN
PI 4/4
NOW SHOW |\(.
4Ai 4. a.3o p.in a OaaaUaanai
TO HELP YOir
KEEP YOUR GARDEN BEAUTIFUL
Wc OSw
Rubber HUM 2" ..........
Monies ..........................
Clips ..........................
I'onncclori
I'nions .............................
Il.iki-
Small Hand Forks
(iardrn Furks ...............
(Lonll Handle4 Prong)
------- A130 -------
TKII'l.KX SPR.WKRSSnilnble for Tennis Lawns,
Crirkel Clubs elr.

I III II VIEII VIIOS (IMII'IIIVini
loriio 1 u nun ltd.
Hardware Department Tel. No. 203B
TO-DAV
a-day 4.4^ & 8 30 and
crrlinuing Daily SI 4 45
ftnd 6 30
AT
I 31 I* I IE I
III)'.'.' TO BECOME A HEAD OK A EAM.I.V IN
EIGHT HII.ARIOrSI.Y HAIlKdW'lM; ST1 .
kIMI III \IIIS .....I
(OIIOMIS
I :,< Astonisbiiiu Btor] of :i *"hM:ult Man who
Chnppcil DW1I His l'.iniil> Tree
A .1 ARTHUR RANK PRES]
Starrinl Atex GUINNESS
HOBSON Joan GREENWOOD


-Ml i;i. \ -> lll.\ 21. 1S.-.1
i:\i:h\im., miwkvi.
PAfil llllii:i"
H.E. Opens Summer School
At Codrington College
fatten 0/
AdminUlration
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR Mid last night thai "
nth Hewn J^ ln ,
Ing at Dm openln ofl the Sw aM,t *i t"ri.
big held un-l.
k i..n Imi nl i the Uni> lU ol the
Indies.
oOaCial dinner to us
Will .
of th<- week with abiding n
. kwppj unit instructiv
A
I

gThr.
Brit:, h H Ml. t->'

the Mi \\ w

Should City Site Be
. Used As Parking Place?
l f fellowship
Mini is Ihi
VMJ
;- -i
1/ a month ago I had been a.\ked g.
what I proposed to say, said the ttw whan
ttr expressed the good-
tcplicd thai uu towards
some aspect of the Bacrbad : Indies generally pnd. In ft|2 frtf DOtliU 11 ^l I' 111
economy. But in Ihe b the pe have had u Ml Hy Alberta towards the people ..i
i | i | | |i
and MM 1
I hive n lOMBl ignor- hi. ..nsequenl
PUfrim.
: I> THE AREA at the |uocllOB of Pi
Mivrl ami Vk'.lIi. S'... 1 wlm'ii has |US1
ed ef huiMiriRS. he used as a parkin* pi*
nl i'if 1'iiv'-. bi.iinviiii'n saul U. the Advocate \.-
lion wnuld bea x<.kI one, but nil -
i'hm opinion that tin | I
y against It.
ask for
Cusson?
1.1 \i m
^ Ol III so\l*s
m : ION mi l HtuniH
JUSTK ES <- I Taj
J W B Chantry In tl

I of Ih
: ;
of a great section of UM Ens nn brought-
speaking people of tin- World on briai many Albertans to this
whom I om island.
present civilisation to largi
tent depends. Mled Montreal
1 will nol ! r. a We also \. ,
catalogue of our to. Oh ilPlll aa, A y, .
although 1 cuuld UU nuriscd bv the
the hour and a half allowed ' people who did not
in refer:. " geographitvil Idas M
Hie high itai irbados but who. as a result of
Ui C W R
Three

\
M
'

ate of Di.-trict
fused Oai
man's. St. George.
inflicting bodily harm
Hovte on April 12.
Gertrude Lyder wai i
b] Mr .: w Barrow
epi
he W"1
Mr R. M CSV* >< Messrs. Cave,
aid thai
ould. ha his aptntoD, be
an i Hunk
put I
i
Overpriced Okrw*
FOB violating I
*. Ait on Julv 11, IVurl Coll
urgency of living, the he.iuty of '' about tall island a huwKti of Black Hock. S;
the Can people, its Miehael. wai Uned b)
itoeku's. tha labour Mvtni devio \ pilalnj a" Police Magistrate %'i* to be
the organisation of shops and '> New York, talking to a paid bv monthly
offices, the i,.. Domic !*"t hXtUStrlalart ba said thai lw month*' imprisonment with '*'*"

H : thai >.ill]
on Sar^ ,,

l Uwn
' "'' > 10 '"
u a !'"" i""'' "' '" '
might !* marcttd bi
.'
I H
i \\ Fannaa
ottices. the measure of ecnnomic *"<* " t.'u.-i in- aia uiai ,w month* li
development and sard of the highest praise lljra labour,
iarly. the spirit >>f ti.v. i;' ** UlS Barbadian ,\>,l
Canada. It art ''"J"".1 '"" r*etu51
laKinx. and it will raqutn
i
which is
.
area bttvaan st Mary*i t'hnn-ti
w;iii and Plaotationi Ltd., includ-
ing OM tha croai
parkli i -i.u-e.
1
iiioiiths anena quiel reflection to
v WOUld not h.mi|>ei ihe

I i
Iso be u
litovidrd Open space* are
dwass aaaaraaaa ks imih-ap
if", I in in the nwin xlnip-
piHg .ifi uf BfidirPiMM Ihan
.ire alread> several surh
.paces Trafalcar >*.|U.ir.-
h>. kwtw. Place mil BM -pen
irea anS gagdjaa S9 '"
Paroehial Bulldim
    Mar] t iiur.h
    WhilM I Ml
    -

    \.i I In i
    k| Arch-
    .
    a i
    . ...
    i aboui I
    I..
    ., mid haw i
    10 |illl ii .
    rha n buaina*
    Ms. and I won
    rs -"ii i
    ....
    ii ii a rnodarn building
    las for bustnaai
    In Alberta
    We spent a third of our time
    ..-. BM Tanner Minister of MlBM In
    Alber'j. a province ul about
    :aa.ons Otjin miles *nd noo.ooi
    souls, i.i.. les* lli.tn four per-
    sons to a >quare mile compared
    unit abaut I.30Q u> aquan
    mile ill ||nS Island. Its current
    revenue 1. about SlOO.OOOOOo. . that pulillt services SIS provided
    at the rile of. say. S1I0 a held
    Not unn.iturall> I oaaapBJ a
    that with the po-ition in Bar-
    bados ivhara penditurc amounts to about sMl
    per head of the population and
    In Nlferia about fa per head
    '' '' H' Vl"" Did N'ct StOD Fined 30i
    u u.v nt pjfi>nionpn. uf SI. Dj c, ,,...,...., ........_......,
    \mi Economic
    priw whuh la
    1 m tor on. ponnr. 8(1 I Kltu 11.^,.,.!..,! It'trrui'lvS
    *fty _^gf thoro pronniMa- tor toil I H-, I It II O.trt at Ks ^^
    i i PoUea
    v..I
    ^ Raul. St tuduwl ... '',
    I)'rant musiX tSJ^i^i D1M" A" "*" W
    rf .'!,. l, T w,, i o,Jt!. " <'*"'< h"" >'"lly ol not onlv t:n.. I Ml .1 tor i rln !.....- l"i in. "I!
    dosTnd hu^U T^?.,,!^v^, ""W"" l 'n.|u,.a.lul,.I,.i..; .. ..ill Brio lown.1
    ',... ^^.i^ The fine is to be paid in It. met ol Prim
    short notice.
    or n
    men l
    paid in 11 dS}
    onSbmiU m days' Imprison*
    cith hard labour.
    'ho. at
    party

    torty yaan ago. many (a
    other part of ihe world) were
    holding posts of distinction in the
    Civil Service, in the Ju
    i i ti smoi'..s. in trade and
    I expect some had
    inquired United Stab
    A.he.....a .ovemmri,, ,.,,. ,. %f.^^ ^^f
    the mast unorihodov HtuuacuU wanI$>gB|wJ J |j 5^3
    The offasKa araa cotntstlttad on
    July 20, about n 45 1 m. Cpl
    Murphy of tha UndiH' Post
    PLACED ON BOND
    UCNORA Cl'MliKKHATCM a
    hawker of Kichnnnal I -
    Michael kvas found KUilt-11 by 1
    District -A" Police MaKivli.it'
    .-estcrday . the unlawful posses- tri|
    DECREE NISI
    I tins purpose.


    he vail ol
    . i> it. i) Wile*
    Hi, rlonoui reserved nidgmcm
    Instrue-
    lot 1
    William
    Streets for
    brought tlic 1 bargs
    polk, in the <'ommonralth. Informed Of) nimrl evenls
    V"ii may h haai ;.. bados. m wife and 1 felt that
    to Nav York 1 .
    brieflj propaaas to equat* national been worth while if only to have
    pro- ..1 tended that rocapUon
    ductive capacity of the country by
    kssulruj Govornra notes Larye Appetite WILLS ADMITTED
    to the consurnar, Bui owing I anl wa bad _rt DDnD,Ti
    and IttrisOlal afaU as the actual I*J rnUDA 11
    Covcnimiiu of \ ai \-, pliysacal astparlaoca of batng: tat a TW following Wii.
    Vad tO put tha bask Social lll,M Of plenty f..r all A tropical adniltled ^nroUatl by H i
    i thtory into practice
    IIAIIINH II I.IH.
    In Carlisle Bay
    -
    1. in

    1 D It ,

    1 a oai
    "Laud ill thLs vlrlnlls sell-.
    jt |u in* raniiini irom ii'i. I"s.
    a* CS, 10s. per square fool,
    .nil I do not think II would
    be an economic proposition
    | inlll.l U expeii-,- .d thai
    oil on Ihe f WIT TIT ol the
    enmnoiiil* for the henetil tf
    Hi. "iii|i.r.iiinli speaktna.
    handful of cars thai waajd
    1 SdvaataarS of the spare
    rates of exchange
    Quutonft
    ......I ..... tdsaj "oike
    thraaii ihali e-.ira
    aiglfl a world
    1 aaaVi
    -m.'l.iiiv etijosuieiit.
    i fact, viitii the prasenl
    \ tha 11 rtlnclal in-
    'i purchasing 1
    The Provincial Government hss
    ut 15
    and has n m;
    seats cot
    of tha Opposition dl
    Soeiii lists and Inde-
    pendents.
    ppaUta bl iSUall compared with our the Chief Judge. Sir Allan
    n tuja sppsUU In 1 cold g Uyrnore, in the (
    . but wa adaptad '': u L,v
    to our n : s.1- An"
    <..........."-fU,M"^" J3Sff tZ
    Cttrlstlana Blaehiman, Bl dli
    1 VMII1
    Jt'l.V SI. IHI
    , 1 .-,
    I.I '
    nr.L.K.tl
    1 (rs- Bl


    Injoy the hospitolity, com-
    fort and fhoughilul serv-
    ice whkh have made PAA
    "first choice" of veleron
    travelers the world over
    NEW YORK
    Nun Nop aanrtca by tha fcinirhTiM
    Tl 1'iCM.i. ;. or Vat MB Juan ov
    PSasJsi ntonry-lavuig i I Tun> EUROPE
    Ratals, vim,
    looted "Shaft
    (.dot mrlm-i. er> I'.n.. leSM
    Mopovm in Eugland, Irsjlantl.
    Ike ImrgHt I ih the WtrU
    MIIMMI11 ; rilO >l I OKDON, tr \<.l A\D
    by giant tloiihle-
    ippen' world*!
    fortune.
    : blrnssU
    Luge hOUM
    :m'." ..*."?.^.K"V, "-Bi....l.l William Smith. St.

    entertaining his
    Having admired
    th-
    at ol
    Rafh
    Cleorgc; I.ilhan lloveil. Si. Pat
    Frances* Edith < I isttnc Ul]
    Kill lion Caiiipai-n
    Cumbarbateh, St. John.
    house, they were fthOWll
    ihi-ee swimming pools in Iho
    I \plained that
    wrmad water In It TRUCK, CART INVOLVED
    prefi iced
    pool bad coli
    oorri ai mari
    story of tha las; election i
    At a political roaattng tl
    .
    partisan who was i
    i
    Eventually th. candidate ..., rrtenoai don't
    quired why the heckler
    i Tha luckier replied that
    it was a family tradition his
    grjndfathcr wos a LlU-i .i hlf
    father wa Liberal
    iva i LttH :-.;
    candidate said. "If your grand-
    father had ix-en jacl
    youi fathei had t i
    what would you i '"' The hockli r
    quickly muted. "Why, e Boelal
    Creditor, oi CO
    The Govenimer.l of Alberta
    IN ACCIDENT
    SHORTLY aftei I
    rorti cb M-S28 owne.
    i tha t( nl hatu which had no by tha ]
    ,, i. ,.u<| ,.. iU. Duckcr tif Counti I'
    St. Michael wai Invotvod In in
    lii ccmchislon, may I isnurt accident with n mule earl
    ..npose ol ihls gatherlna. nd driven by iCharles Edwards of
    d Summer Buh Hull. St, Michael ..n t>
    I am vary Rlad to see Lower Wharf.
    rcasatagsj of the
    are women und I
    understand that except for ftam-
    lUflculUaa of housing
    than would have been a
    greater number it is. I think, a
    good aign pi prOfieal Also, I
    nm i>art i led thi
    numlx-T
    vnnts h;iv.
    MAIL NOTICE
    MAI1 S (..I St J. I
    i.t tlii- M V Canadlsn Con.iroc'ui
    clnl at Ihr Consi-i
    undtl
    Prcel Mall l II
    July. Rrfinmd Mail
    onlln-ry M-il .1 I
    Swift, i
    cities. HegnUr flighu to Weal b>
    caos. CimmHii < ash il \
    Mesleo . and to Bast
    South Aineik.i In fait, y.m i.m
    now "Hy MAT to H.1 aasaartai
    uu I colonfes.
    For 22 years the leading
    international airline PAA
    was first lo link ihe Amer-
    icas by air, firil to fly lo
    all six continenls, and first
    lo fly around Ihe world
    Take a BIG,
    spoonful of
    BEMAX
    daily
    You're bound
    to benefit
    manna * **
    .pounful oi
    lo row
    *-"-*" nmial hcakh and wiabiy
    aatiMal ( oa voar
    , il OH nCban tjrural source
    .....rah. h iup-
    . v,et*rv lo
    .,t i)k iruptcs.
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    Backache, Kidneys Strained?
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    No BenefitNo Pay
    Ti.t Som .( c.iio ao-oi
    . ,- .. ur Kidmrs r
    i ,v.. i. u
    11 .1 -,i ..rlnlii
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    i -.1.. .. *) >!. thlli ai
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    today.
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    MS1 J * aV* ui a li li l I-
    for
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    ,,b.,....i, RHEUMATISM
    Kc member this label I
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    4lwatf ask for
    MORTON
    STRONG PEPPERMINT
    LOZENGES
    RICHER
    SMOOTHER
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    P. O. Box 56
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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    SAT! KD11, JIXV 21. 1951
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    HI S STOICS
    WHEN


    I

    quick i
    port Authority
    i hul public
    Ulld luivi hi
    .

    ClotC. ] I I to pul
    stop poi- tnd the public
    left to wondi
    have been, put al s'
    new to
    i: v. -. and the) are loo often
    placed within ;i tew yards ol .
    on the opposite side ol the eot
    ; i tn put at the
    i Tmini Stn to, th

    shuulcl i 'II corner
    i be farther from the
    the dally (raffle
    v Deacons Road the rtop pole
    ihould be tai' corner: and mi
    Black K ould be farther
    way from Fairfield and Do
    buses baeflniM stop
    .
    sumpti' iinneces-
    ar) work foi driven and loo constant
    iaffic temptii
    Another provleion winch should be In-
    i the regulal i
    the parking >( curs or carto on cuxyea
    wVw re 1 11 often happens
    that a driver is compelled to leave his
    propei i the atudi and so make
    himself, liable Ln case ol accident. There
    i.. for the porter who
    dellverini heavy packages takes the short-
    est route 1< the trade-Milan' entrance, l>ii!
    .m be no excu - ->i owner
    who parks hla car for hours outside hia
    a curve, and to the Inconvenl-
    of Lhi road
    The continued increase In the volume
    maki ry 1 lial every-
    bould be done to fadlltata the essay
    the roads. Hundreds < Lano apart are
    not conducive to this -
    create traffic con!
    ii will be renu n bered that the now de-
    funct mule-drawn tramoar used atop poles
    and these were farther apart than those
    i tfdt buses The pandering to the
    pie who t>bjecl to walking the
    i rise to an even
    indttloh in which people ignore tht
    it any point Otl
    the road expecting to be picked up even
    to the annoyance and inconvenience of
    in the bus.
    It is tune that waU-epecad stop d
    erected throughoul the island and drivers
    must be dleccAiraged from pkklng up tarea
    the route -*t uneuthortsed I
    the motoring public at large Is very badly
    educated as to good conducl on the roads
    CAM f/1 WIN?
    IN .
    Mr. Herbert Butcllffl former pntfand batting
    \v. '. [ndlSS progress In
    v. i Has, The writer,
    from the weahh of Us experience In
    predlcti tl 'Hit pro-
    . in who erooejkl
    the 1 bal men Isu i year, wDJ
    i .1
    the (eats
    which ensured victory tot their side.
    nut who is ;,. tell to what heights tl
    ; ..'!, item a
    .. bieb England o
    nuns mat
    .. the tortunas hi

    M i iuj weak
    pot
    tune will toll.
    Its >smisi Tin- Km ...lias Are ISOBODY'S
    Tlltk e'es|al*
    wn p*opif. .ind to rmn tn-
    a Iha
    i
    n "Th* Niv.
    '
    B- 8U
    i bai tUed
    queeUon, or the Russian '^"^
    or Boa > is .'
    Ihe
    thundei 1* UKMJ \ Ml RLE. Jr.
    I... Tfc. N- ffMl IMM " I.....
    revolution .
    . .....I "

    *~K r iimb r i f eon ful r i
    a Of these thegrntc
    I
    ) .lire.
    5.....T ds^.~K "j u* 2 ;9; H22!
    ..,.- u __, , ,., "* The second Is mini

    .loomed
    il er of Mis
    regard to

    Ten yean from now I
    expects that th>
    Mch Ui IMI
    . history, wQl be
    f the pant as

    U l
    nunually without
    respect I i OS BOMSI

    . I ;tnd aided
    . bat lh*
    11 p. where
    littts wars." which
    on the lee> d Ii
    danger: defeat in
    eouid punetui
    (Kik "Thf- Mow SftVI. nuril '" '"Viiiriuot.j -im- liij.n ,. ,..i,.|v anll
    i
    ARTIE S HEAULlNw
    iryj her defent by Japan
    mottoo the tarees
    ii. Itomanov dy-
    ep aaw could
    and
    Ion which
    iuuld force btto reireat, or even
    Iho vast empire <>t the
    I
    1- DaUttl believesthe ge-
    is m n<> real
    precipitate world war
    in. She cannot win. Hi
    Hoi intenui
    system is ton vulnerable. Her

    combed wrtii unlicensed black
    ."'"' opi a dow rigid
    class structure has mpUced the
    old. Normalcj t iif- la posg-
    ..intiv deslrs i bj end ateadlly
    .....i to the Russian people
    brain Will precipitate the
    end. This is all true; but tht
    Itruggle could, none the less, be
    fearful
    W*** lUc-
    Why did we not liain from ius-
    know trom Clant/s
    iliaries and captured Nazi papers
    how brittle were the .structures of
    Hitler and Mussolini. We found
    how analOUS the German and
    Italian people were to start in a
    1 .. -i W.i:
    II. Dallln points out. BOOM millions
    Stalin,
    crossed the Oerman lines and
    joined the anti-Stalin
    Goneral vi. ... u i
    changing i: rould not
    .,|(pl.,i
    Why t.' : solution
    b, create
    impires built oi myths, at length
    i ty ind i rumble. Only
    In real. This is
    holds thai
    i \\, ;..i i. i i-
    ally_____
    Of tin the
    i 1.1 .ir.- and [mpOCl of power ce.
    must remain, the ohhrf mends when in aaurees, awe and ('><. icadeisiup )f cippoiiunitj oowred
    | the H i n ! i pis v.(ni-h In
    in the twentieth century bis- lotions of poop* to v> rai
    Kmplrc" is i^r^-j,! f;t, empire, old and nOW, overpass In IB laUooi
    i ii entail) documented have proved the most transient oi between eavei mn Govern*
    volume like Dollln'i "Soviet Rue- phenomena. manl ti Peopli
    Foretgn Policy." Drawtnn romali Dallln oel that thi
    Mavfl] on 11 earllai On the soiui . in.- th
    work it is ratl.i i DaUtn notes that m 83 i Id; that
    .,( preeenl conditions, readable, its existence the Soviet Union has the] intouMfam-
    comprehei lly pro rough! its lorelgn wan respec- ij of n oi ; and that the nex'
    found. Damns I', ii'i iv mat the lively, ai sneration lll I" to
    revolution strangled Its Manchuria (ii); Polai mcUy, stabilizing fac-
    centraJ Ideal, wai converted Into (I93); Finland [19SO-40); Ger- tor under leadership and kov-
    I marliim aim Ims now many (1941-45 tins an uninten- rnmonl lost the devotion of the Russdan ded and really defensive war; al present occupying the Kremlin
    people, although it still retains and again Japan (In 19451. ;r (heir potential could i* llber-
    largs measure of loyalty, and thoimh Ihu last .i- only .1 brief afed i day, the world might 1--
    There u s world of diffarenoe eddenduwi to World War 11 <>( .,t peao
    With II ; the ehlat
    teamen pi how ti
    ii.iniTiii/r the dangor. W
    the (Bte ' the Bovtot empire, tt'
    Itussian 1 ,
    (ct in the inter-
    rational SCCH i;
    ' kind of peOJ
    are enUreh human men and wo-

    truKiited
    . ill con-
    tinue (.1 do
    t tcii Dallln thinks UMj *oul I
    LiK*al 4"tpv in
    ichi
    rips
    Of
    ...kis
    ' wna and villaKes in Kii-
    . healthy and of
    item "i unJvareaJ
    ittoo to name two of
    . sdvani e- of the past 100
    :.- baret) eoneatvablo
    without the administrative itistm-
    inent of a system of local author-
    Tl\s,- elntid councils
    with ihetr permanent staffs have
    ,it their beat combined req
    . iin wants with skill In
    administration of technique.
    Heel Of those connected with
    local government would admit
    thai its success has been due m
    largg measure to the element of
    central control though than
    would hasten to add that this
    should not V allowed to limit
    Ii ral initiative and enthusiasm.
    iva at times been
    it Parliament should pass
    I. art i-nblinii local authorities
    to have hul powers subject to
    |
    i fell inclined to
    !..k<. tin Be Has arrange-
    meni a hen ba everj power, large
    and small, has to be SJ
    granted by Parliament continues.
    A town wishing to undertake a
    new type t service municipal
    laundry service, for example
    must arraiiKr for the bitreductlon
    of a bill for the purpose in Parlia-
    ment More pieSSlng nnd ever
    present is the control of certain
    departnw ni the central nvern-
    menl over the actual working and
    perfi nnance "f Uvai authorities.
    i' p d in s irarletj 04
    ways but each Of these obt.nns
    much of its trength and afleot-
    general Anan-
    tween local and
    government.
    Financial Authority mill
    Towers To Lavjr Bate
    Ixicai authorittos havo In effect
    ice i.f Ii.. al revenue called
    lax le\'ied on the
    the annual value of occu-
    rt* The possession of
    . local :x does much to
    pri ervi (he Iridepcndant spirit of
    m m KnuUnd. but
    On huh social services
    a Ired In modem Britain
    local councils du-
    < ' b......
    MM
    *ie .< huh cannot be i
    00 this revenue alone. Tli. cen-
    tral Rovernment comes to the
    ii'.'.ni with monetary grunts.
    nay be based on aavera]
    i nclpli ''in two in i1
    avf been deralnant In Britain
    grants In prcverUon to the
    rfonned and grants rela-
    ted to the reeoureei and needs of
    rhe form 1
    underlies the percentage grants
    cue used the
    example.
    the centra contributing s percent-
    age 1 usually 50) of the cost of a
    particular aarvice The latter
    principle has been lOSS e\ ulent
    but the "BsOeh (Iran:" system of
    I tven moro tl 1
    quer biuaUsatton Grant" system
    of I04S have been attempts to
    jiive lump sums which vary In
    uch a aray thai ths..... with the
    greateet burdenoor leeet resources
    receive m. it,
    Nolhinit could be more natural
    than thai f e centre In rneln^g
    1 1 uld seek !" en-
    sure that the money i well spent,
    and many of llu- controls to which
    local authorities are subject arise
    for this reason. A staff of District
    Auditors, employees of the centre,
    inspect most of the accounts of
    local councils ai .
    1 Improper or iMokjI ex-
    penditure.
    State Watch For NrgliKcnrc
    And Ineflii icn* v
    Inspectors from the central ii<>v-
    i runient keep State ilepartments
    in Wloihall UUnrrned Of the work
    01 the local bodies, and it Is well
    d thai Degugani 1 and
    incmcii'ncy are in the last resort
    checked h) ins mreol to withdraw
    the grant and arrange for some-
    one else lo do the Job. At the
    name time, n is ,,nly lair to say
    that the depaitnient^ und their
    inspectors, by UMfX kuowledae of
    local experienee in all parts of
    the country have tnuue n s
    1 -li-ai niK-hoiise of information and
    advice "Inch Is appreciated by
    the leoal authority themselves.
    how money is spent
    not tl.....niy ohjw 1 t central coi
    trol it |g a neeaesary aim of
    11. < State to ensure
    thai m certain viud services such
    as health md education S national
    minimum standard shall be
    secured and maintained. The
    approval of the centre is necess-
    , iv 1 ., f,-w of the key appolnt-
    ni local author!! tafl
    lo oi ure that the ofll-
    ceri employed bj the councui arc
    . iiualifled. Amun. )
    much retent ocial
    Parliament has appreciated the
    n< i-ii for some 'ocol dlacri
    to exactly how a particular ser-
    lo be orgunised, but it has
    uniformity of standards
    ting that local councils
    must obtain approval for their
    various schemes from Q .
    Value Of C ontrollinc
    Aulhoritii-*
    Control is exercised not only
    by the osnUa but also by the
    County Councils over the smaller
    local autbortuee in their area
    (County Boroughs, usually largt'
    ITS independent of the
    Counties in wheh they arc geo-
    graphically situ iled and are. like
    UM C unUee, .bject .mly lo the
    A County may. for m-
    Btanea, tftalegatc certain functions
    Ul l-e performed by Urban ,md
    Rural Districts Councils On its
    behalf, and it will nipcrvttc
    work (if Its agents.
    in recent yeeirs, counties
    County lloroi..ivi have bec<
    Important rather at the expense
    of the smallei Districts, and the
    control of the n i-
    ills has h greened. There are
    pome people w ideej ire that local
    government is being killed by
    these processes The warning.
    though alarmist 1, useful. Local
    government cannot be taken for
    granted, it rendrag rig lani -
    tcction. For Britain, the problem
    Is partly one of finding regionnl
    divisions more suitable for the
    no lorn services and
    ernfngj that unl-
    rormit) need net and must not
    mi an IdanUb
    DIARY
    MondayOne of the facts of history which
    I would like explained ia the reason for the
    change over from Jamestown to Holetown
    as a name. Was James so unpopular that
    the loyal Bajans couldn't stand hearing
    his name mentioned* l! so why Substitute
    it lot Hole? In any case what has happened
    to the lOV/n? There are a hrw buildings
    round about the Hole but hardly enough
    to justify the elaborate description of a
    town. Maybe the tune is upe for another
    change and I suggest Pomi Village as u
    suitable substitute.
    TuesdayWhen 1 read horvor tales about
    meg past, present and future my
    mind clicks out of its Locket and pauses
    to think what must the feelings be <
    those who live in those queer Peggotty-
    hke askew shacks v. here wind and ram
    find little obstruction in normal timer
    rnose "f us who panic t tb thought ol
    hurricanes which are expected to sweej
    our grea*. walls down might spare a
    thought (perhaps we do) for those whose
    pack of cards could hardly support the
    weight of a gOSglptlUj bus conductor.
    WednesdayThere are m.my positions natur-
    al to buses. A bus looks dignified in its
    to the man who has been waiting
    for 38 minutes Its appearance is welcome
    \i> the school children who queue up from
    I hen's Church to the Rum bond in
    or less unbroken column it is the
    ihing that makes school realitybuses
    M much to so many. But to me a
    bus means nothing at all when it is perked
    .. roadway with no driver an-l 1.-
    left to cause a traffic obstruction. It be-
    comes just another obstacle.
    Thursduy In Barbados everybody reads the
    Advocate, evn Nobody. And the Arlvneiitt
    sen getting worked up about pigs
    recently. Maybe that is why I have b.-cn
    pigs. Twice along West bury Road
    1 have seen a queer character with hal
    no shoes and a shirt (trousers of course)
    leading a pig on a chain just like a dog.
    The other day a pit; went tearing up the
    toast road in a jilncy. He was kept in
    place by a man who sat in the space where
    my car pump oughl to be but isn't, because
    I haven't got one.
    FridayOne method of financing Ihe deep
    water harbour would lxi to give a flvi -year
    contract to the gentleman or lady (pre-
    suming il to have been a genlleman 01 a
    lady) who abstracted the $14,000 from the
    Treasury.
    If the appearance .,f notes can be so
    .successfully given by blank sheets of paper
    why not fill the Treasury with an enorm-
    ous quantity of blank notes, millions of
    dollars Worth, and then go ahead with the
    Deep Water Harbour scheme?
    The substitution would almost certainly
    rvered sooner or later, but need it
    be BOOnei '
    Meanwhile we would have a deep waiei
    harbour and nobody would have been more
    dishonest than a cert;. ,1 jhtsops
    seem to have been with the missing
    SI 4.000.
    m* *
    They say that politics In Barbados de-
    pends little on what the naive fondly sup-
    poses to be the will of the people expressing
    Us choice.
    Some of the stories 1 hear make me
    shudder.
    They say that a certain politician only
    gets votes in a certain parish because a
    certain shopkeeper tells voters: "Vuh vote
    far he" They say that shopkeepers find
    this very expensive and that this year
    some shopkeepers in some parishes are not
    to be so liberal with their support.
    The things they say.
    SaturdayWhan I read that G.000.0OC
    I North and South are without
    homes as a result of the fighting In Korea
    it makes me wonder whether the people of
    Barbados will ever be thankful I
    thing, if Bajans wen- South Koreani than
    wouldn't be any of us left because .....I
    South Korean civilians are dead 01 miss-
    ing and nobody has ever said thai we .ne
    much more than 200.000. If you can't sec
    the logic ol tins, fa sorry, Ifou 0 1
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    But l:
    il-
    I lain style,
    : a Supcr-
    rsonality.
    .. ...piiciiy of Defoe Here
    that a
    come straight
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    '/.. eosrarg of M if uas
    i f/rend/isiher,
    KHUt drunk or
    ooer, fu inform all srrai i
    Ms ova
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    .
    grew up in
    M"n. where Ke i
    tor fighting ami thieving, was
    n by hli who was
    Ehal ths lad


    Irving



    The old
    i
    the t'SA, where he led the life
    of a hobo until he lost his foot
    during an unoflU-iiil railroad trip
    Odyke, These vagabonu
    yean and the rich assortment of
    nIT-rafl he eiu-ouiHereil tive its
    Autobio-
    BBtU (which occupies nc.iK
    SOI volume).
    On .1 private Income of ios. a
    i which he gave to the
    p or, Davks deeidetl to become
    a professional poet To collect
    of his lit st
    volume, he sang hymns in the
    A
    which his more experienced
    advisers deprecated as unlikely to
    induce in the public the richi
    d Shaw was the first to
    that Ihii
    ...
    the hand of genius Meeting
    i pubtli -
    house. Shaw niggeetad that he
    ihy Mrs

    his dis-
    arming simplicity, his line. Ix.. life, and as a lyric noct who wrote
    appearance Devise now became bolter verse than
    Hgure In literary London. Ha A p^,. fr ,u ,. f
    drawn b) John, modelleri b H'c ha iv ---- -
    Epstein and pursued by hostesne- sfore.
    i sfond and
    red in one room m Qies
    Itreet, aeal to
    street walker who mallciousl.
    kept hmv swaks i" singing hi
    i:ation.il anthem after midnight.
    tested bj tinging Me:
    of Harleeh at lunchtlme, wher
    keeping.
    lie bad three snUpaui
    ind tin; telephone Ihe
    frlKhtened him. Cats
    is which he loved, As
    for Negroes, his aversion for them
    dated from the day t>.<
    Ignt la New York be-
    U Negro gangs.
    He had also the tramp's sus-
    tl

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    THE death of Jose U'l>onmil
    BrUet, satyr, blackn
    I (he un-
    eye like ft
    suicide. But why had the art 1*1
    troubled to paint .1 picture ol
    himaetl haagtng trom the beam
    before he actually put his head
    111 the noose?
    The question might have baffled
    keener minds II
    and his fellow .I,-
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    brain-beating, they find the an-
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    ition of the

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    1 EbClal suffering
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    SATIRDAY. Jll.Y 21. I5I
    HARBADOS ADVOCATE
    PACE rivi:
    Oil Is Where You Find It
    By GKORC.K RUNTE
    T^HIS week I did Ihe two most exciting things in my life
    * in Barted I found ol and I climbed Chulkv
    And before I go any further let me
    prove anything. Both the oil and Chalky Mount had been
    in e. 1 ought lu lei you Into
    though right Chalky Iflounl It
    chalk. 1 did find however, pii
    and yellow ochre.
    i f'.und a lovely Bpeelrneti ol (.ulf is drtlUm b
    red and vellow ochre whuh l i set drilling but the hot will not
    wanted lo bring back tor tl oiL They five tnl
    museum but having been told by only. They tell through the drlD-
    my guidea geologistthat 1 nig end through the
    would have lo wad rded seismographic ti I
    300,000 years before the eweeilBO kind of reek 1
    would appren lie it. and as It was the eirth. When enough fa
    aettinr Lite I hurried back lo bOOl
    But n"i before i no |
    had seen ihe most perfi '
    of rock squeezing that perhaps Ihe lock Gulf lh
    larbeaoo In mo I
    addition to having .> and m Barbed H
    Water suppl.. and being a pOSSll
    reservoir ol c.ll Is also ^ geoiogi '
    delight)
    The Great Squeeze
    The en look place
    great grcrit grandparents were
    struggling to make both SfMh
    meet and keep up with U
    cost of living.
    . ted iin- h irhere I !
    Loiind it i-lter a leaf |
    Clem Cl nntr\ hike in St. *;
    tnrfre* I
    10.C00 feetwill be du
    . place u
    Go And See
    MeenwhUe if you arc nnxkm
    to Sod ell in Barbedoi all
    need to I
    B.B.C. Officer For
    W.l. Appointed
    DRINK & ENJOY
    1- i
    MR R. N. TURNER, held the second I'rev, Cnnfcrent
    tne past fortnight at the Secratariai jreetectUj
    - The following aroe out of the

    l preeem

    i
    the DutvereMj <>t Pu
    T.iis course which inclodee In-
    tructJon m r-jeae laprovernenl
    nutrition, low coal ciuihing. ehlM :
    cam and h-me food PI i
    has been eted i
    M M bsMU c4 >
    United Nations Social Welfare
    FeUowthln under erhleh sh.
    5,000 Live On
    Bay Estate
    jj I lousing Area
    'I'Hoximatei.y MOtpeepsi
    ro* living on tl
    <>
    Hoard
    Fa
    dude Uie occupants of granted funds to maintain
    While in Puerto Rico and lo on -
    leehnical liter-
    ature MUM I> DO) *% return
    II
    before dew

    tided
    MM the s.
    I ive been eon
    rli
    I! l cm.ninm: ti* i
    ire the area
    i Wandorera playtn
    il |o tin- wet of Cu
    ar C'hel.lon

    In this equeeti the Bcotland lt,:"' to >' bree <
    beds were involved and highly natural g..
    contorted. (If you studv the pic- Turner's Hail and U>ok around
    ture on this page you will Ben ""',l >'"U ihe '.lull oozing- oui
    what I mean) ol Qm soil, if you feel or*
    you can take the long I rose coun-
    At thet time when theeaueecinfi try walk which i did tins week
    took place there were only the nnli' >.-u pot Where
    Scotland beds and ihe> wen lying you eee me In the plctun
    under the sea. As ages passed down into a pool floatr
    othei lock beds were depi of oil
    upon these twisted Scotland bode
    iind finally the whole mass of
    Scotland and later beds wen I -
    ed above sea level. To-day the
    complete list of beds to be found
    In Barbados are: (1) Coral Rock;
    (2) Bissex Hill form dion; (3) the
    Oceanic bade; (4) Jean EUvei Beds
    and (ft) the Scotland beds.
    You can see all the)
    you drive through Berbedec to-
    day. Erosion and peeling "if has
    been going on and in many places
    the original Scotland I
    visible.
    Hush Telegraph
    Cotton Crop Fluctuates
    n
    tin

    that
    the "Insldee" of Berl
    is <.( greet valw
    geologist: because n gives
    some edvanee information
    what to expect when he
    down to the real bUBU
    deep drilling for oil. Note
    when. bBCOUeQ the hush telegraph
    has been wil.l with rurnOUH that
    oil dnihi. Iegun.
    A small shot drill has tX
    mar Morgan Lewb MMH the
    Animal Flower Lave In Si. Lucy
    and at other points of the island.
    School children and grown upa
    have seen liquid spouting into the
    air. The wlldCO!
    been going the rounds, -oil. OH
    and hig.i wagos. Employment for
    all." Hut the truth is so different.
    T, ,, IP "i.Im-11. . pu t.oriiw and a
    (lie cotton crop Whl the beginning of room for bathing are provided
    the month, eitni u li fall condition wid Mr ri" PU latrine k peebU)
    c i' Skeete lh< Dirccl ulture, :i ' '-' to-prool
    Is no pink boll worm to attack i;.,.llU ,,ull|li sl(llduqtta nrv
    ,hr r,'"l)- .. ,-, k> m light.
    -------------- -------. ......run lUed in the
    i pei acre iih proper | ihrae-reorn well
    manuring and control houses were recently
    Panama t anal Stamp
    M, Maji rty"! Charge .i"Art.i
    i med tho
    i thai the Qovei mm
    rroundui .* ne has agreed to the
    tie't. and mm jf a era iw*ei
    "i n i(".<-i stamp on Angu?t lath tha annl-
    vereary of the ni>i transll through
    up io ihe present '. hrosM the PeDama Canal In cor/imcm-
    nave been retnoved rrom een- oration of the eonelderablo eontrt-
    'a-ied areas and plueed on pre- hudon made by Weot II Uan I
    pota ..i the ii.i. Those the conetruetion of the I
    continue steadlh in the Hh BxeeUenej li lorwerd ng
    ration of a spot, a suitable letter of appreciation ol I
    cognition of tha ervia
    bans to the (Joe nun of ih

    - .
    ipted n .
    (eted thai erUI i--
    eeted shortly.
    ears conge ted area known
    o; ,* rMM rd S .....lr' I,l,l u,l"'n id
    .a.;,;. .a...o.-l ,l" s'"-'"- Boyg' Bchool
    STUDY this picture and yo Bcotland bod. TIip photo was taken by D. Au<
    Oil Company at Uie foot of tho ridge lradlnn to Ihe Chalky Mount
    FotlerlM.
    Lii!>oin Shortage
    lioltls L|> IMunliii-i

    in No-.
    i
    [p| .. i.:
    ., lot II] be
    Mi V. A
    ' '.
    !
    I
    pang manure.
    I
    ;i.p colon) i planted
    In. St. 1 Chri I '' ''" ' Thli II
    ' .....i '-'i"' Place
    in s: Michael and 81. Jama ''"' Queetton "t communal
    rhe can ..( Uv op hai been "' ' "
    e parts]
    the yield per acre ihe I'me i-, eon-
    . urrt of eare the Seer*
    ttentlon i" which Mie Indl- i '> djolnlng thi
    vldu d pe< ' i ;" his crop. r"'
    Vleuh fluctuate rrom i.ooo lbs "<
    100 lbs per eer The lai
    . for by the ap
    I ration <( ihe land, en
    the non-w Ihe land so
    i rth ol the i rep; no tn
    ...i ferull- n
    /or (sul| and hi
    .1-.- non ttei to the eon- i. Vratei itreel UghUi tn
    oi ..r Insect pests. rdrente will tie Installed
    < ollon Market
    Ai one lime -eboui ia3l32
    he long ll ipl.....lion market
    was eornpletel)
    .:* s tpanenced
    i i oductlon

    I pool prices.
    4 nndutg new .,...
    a ""*
    i land cotton grown In Ihe Brit- bu*v >*
    Ish Vest in-iie.. the n iwei "
    | i W> tndlai Si i P"
    I '! n In IBS! en p li
    idopu I -t' durai leemshlp Karbar.i
    odui tlon control In lb i horego In I I
    i Barkeie
    of cotton I | .
    I crop u three 'nilings fchl|>s ,|M.ailv ,n
    1'anaina ("anal /.one i
    C.enei.l F K N<
    tost of l.ivinK Index
    ol l.HMO
    Indea Cornmlttie has Uin for-
    rarded to 'he Oovernoi ( ition
    The Dbrptay of d
    I i he Public Library hnr
    proved very popular in i
    heen extei 'h.-i ("it
    night.
    BK Officer For W.l.
    i'! h r s Colonial Dsveloarnen)
    and Welfare Scheme the S retar;
    iged p i .i li it c
    pi,"line; to I-' seconded to the
    "i ol Ti Ink) io t i
    * tin " ye;u to prnmle ..
    peeks) progi inune i vlee toi
    ' Ti inri.nl. m .. ii da end Bi Itlsh
    '' Out nd in quired, to assist
    m n being oonstructad A^
    i ea they ere eomi.iet.-i. the
    Uon ol new lumses .oi.l the
    i from oonaji
    Itable cojvdil
    Three Schoonen
    Take Scrap Iron
    'To "Ikirlpara"
    town harbour was so
    ......o. thai thn inti i
    - had .1 mivei
    Into the British lion- '"<"<' Brill hlfondu
    aped ip5

    I
    red a vei
    ropi
    CHANGES IN
    SERVICE HOURS
    I
    sun io rnal i
    tnt 1 i
    AVOTHER sarnplt of imtin a
    nortliw-i of 8t Andrew Chnn h.
    (Mr. James Ooring on the skyline).
    Ever >inc August 195d the Gulf
    Oil Company has been carrying
    out geologic il surface investiga-
    tions in Barbados. In January this
    year 284 gravltj
    been made. And in June the com-
    pany bcjian '> series of seisino-
    laete. These seismograph'-
    taste which are being carried oui
    for Golf by the Independent Bx-
    ploratknt Cl mpanv of Texas are
    ll ih.it hgve started all the
    rumours.
    Pi se holes being dug by A
    mull shot tower drill, they heel
    explosion:. and they see watei
    rushing up Into the an what
    more natural than to Ihmk thai
    ' .V 11,ti I I'll
    lOrth of Walkers Plantation.
    Injured Shoulder
    v year old Gladstone
    Bynoc i
    tl
    -i, Bi Michael
    I si 8 a.n
    the clergy
    , ||
    i :
    |j 11.ll.
    Hii ' ce the Ar. hi I ,

    .\i ,,-:.. i been prepan N uaUy allow i '
    ,,. islands iii preach .it BI A
    .
    ; f Puerto
    it Newton, Chriof Church,'' preei i ! si |fary*s.
    Mr. G. M. Werd ' :-: hop of Tun
    French I. talambi"
    ; nd on Bundaj
    ado* n
    Thi turban came fei
    11 OS Of scrap iron Lo ding
    was not it there were
    nd net
    even hips, the llarbara In-
    in.N't were In port tei lea
    ind rven Uehtei wei still in
    ei feel srho h id
    lops in perl I they did
    not tiave enough lightei
    handle their shipping,
    were held Up thrmu'h the 1 .k
    At Spelghtstown, the
    rist lighters in taking cargo "II
    1 'hips which call there
    The Barbara began tn load yea*
    Lardstj feften.....n Tin- crap non
    ii gouiK lo Beltimore PhTledel-
    p tn n iv owned by Mr, m s
    ih hel.i of Port-of-Spaln, Trinidad
    vi 0) has chartered tne Rarbarj b
    i ion
    rhe hi>onei were fki"! iheh
    i iru Lane and the
    !'. r Head where old lactcJ I
    m chlnery, parti of motM vehl-
    l< I.ioki-t. pot- and old ml
    ilriims and other pieces of ola
    Ih"- ''chimp"
    ; ... to Ike B BX I bo
    selecte I for the po->1. ,md is ex-
    p tod '" leave the United King
    d-.ni for the We-i [radial tin*
    month.
    Mi Ablack*! meln task will lie
    i i produce live end recorded pro-
    gi unmet suitable tor broi
    . I,, ovet snj oen km holding
    . ider the terms of Which
    Govei rini tit k sntitled to Ihe pei l-
    ..., (li time daDj it bi exaei b d
    ii. ii slthough M Ablack will

    in will ipend ' daya snnuaU) In
    B irbedos
    A similar oftlce.1 has licen sec-
    ,i to bhe '' "i nmenl of
    J.on.nt... it. ,eil in the provision
    of a special programme strvlce l<>i
    id Ihe
    Bahamas Mi Ablack i..... hi col
    loogue in Jamaica win work
    < loselj togethei end,
    them, will bo leersonslbh to .!-
    vming and usMstini: on I.......IcSlt-
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    left shoulder and left foot yes- if there had n
    flerday aferrnoon about 3 .....n li ".ll,,.
    o'clock. tbOUf BlCh left Trinidad on
    Bynoe leD from i tree al h
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    . w Bern take sboul I
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    lighthouse tomorrow. Thv FferSC tl '
    . IV III
    glare, wen el<
    ins which id i"
    I'.ading them
    Uie
    service, ihe Rarbsri
    Utxler normal hghters <
    her before nail week
    Schooners Sprayed
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    x thi* Island on thr Ml dav of Mav
    i0. are twrw. i*au.ir.i in arid p-i-
    lOMM duly aliased
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    J thai I oill nol be liable for the aaaria
    or any pan theieof ...
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    IMP. have- had notice
    And all peraoiu inatabted 10 tha nt>d
    ..late are paquntad to mil. t .
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    Ia1ed thu tlh day of June. *:
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    IMHRONLMl.M
    OF THE BISHOP
    Mil Kxccllcnty the Governor
    will attend the Enthronement
    ) of tne 9tn Bishop of
    Uarbiidtw en Monday, the 23rd
    July, at 4 p.m. in Uniform.
    lBj lurnunrd Dm e Sea. S- 1 14 7 51 lit
    FOR SALE
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    NOT1CI T HFBrtlV GTVFN tha' a I
    leraona havn.r anv debt or rlaim aah,.T
    will* ol FraneU Edward CtaMj lair
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    I aro hereby required tn aand par
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    1 re (he filtrenlh ,1a-
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    PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY
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    ttimonlali .ind certificate of 1
    . t nil .-. r ?t Luoia. nol !
    liter rhan Slt Jul< 1951 21 T 51__Jr
    DEPARTMENT 0T EDUCATION
    Vacancy in the Elementary Teaching Seivirc
    Izabeth'i
    oL si Joseph.
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    TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
    SI Mil II Arl < I vim UK \
    ;:nd and SSffa] Jl'LV. 1951
    on Baantay etRd Braai
    : >i .i in I. ... a.m.
    1. Chauffeur driven cars shall
    uiv Cataaadral by way or
    ttfueen i parfe sod Si alii h.
    i mm down dk
    " on the South QaM 10 Of
    nd jwric in i
    roundrj Parkiiai ilta, RtarhQ]
    Strati :.nu RicKati Straat
    2. Owner drlvM can sh:ll Bp-
    proacb Um Catbadral bj waj ol
    St. MaChael'a !(.> (a^thti irom
    . Square 11 Qui 11 Pai -
    aide) ;inrl Spry Stic.-:, atl down
    their passengers at the North
    Gate to the Cathedral and piirk as
    directed by the I'olice.
    3. Spry Street sh.ill be a one way
    Strati trom st. Rfirhatl'i Row.
    4. Church Street &hal| be one
    way from Church Square.
    On Monday iSrd from
    S.M p.m. 5.3t p.m
    1. The drivers of all cam con-
    veying persons to Ihe atl \
    approach the Cathedral by way of
    Trafalgar Stro.-t.
    2. Chauffeur driven cars shall
    set down their occupants at the
    south Gate to the Catt*adra] and
    then Park on Constitution Road In
    the vicinity Of Quttn'l College.
    3. Owner driven cars shall turn
    into Spry Street, set down their
    lht North Gate und
    park as directed by the police.
    i Spry Street shall be one way
    from St. Michael's Row.
    5 Church Street shall be one
    way from Church Square.
    R. T MIOIKI.IN.
    Commissioner of Police.
    .... i
    Bridgetown.
    20th July. 1951.
    21.7.51 2n.
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    BARB \IK)S ADVOCATE
    SATURDAY, JULY 21. 1M1
    English Selectors
    Waste Opportunity
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    LONDON
    What (tortou gnartnnttj toi wpwinmn iht !*
    threw '"" "' 'h''.'"
    ,vl .a Ix.rels "T. Julj
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    ..f refaran Mil lo OnJ 'hat the Oentl
    and thus la entirely Knelt th bred men's XI contain on!) on
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    Km: .
    trained bi
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    nomuKh. ill Ihlrd.

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    foaled in Franco, M
    Esmond iendll.| I
    LhorO Oltl Od iii 1*47
    bj Tchr.ii' TI* l .
    trained tunnen wore larking
    ,
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    Hi d boon well behind SCil
    and ''',
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    honours, ifld that lo the 1
    te.un th< i ."'.' th I
    has bi
    bai ii"* Iread) played )" b
    iiuinli \
    haa boon no Iw trial Kara- Una
    and klthougti I

    h'Hihi ( bald, ih
    behind t D rbj Thi r...... doubt thai i UtUi
    uoa could hav
    had pct lot In the van made OH QOflrl |
    for a Ion* way at
    reported thai the pol b> for the aolod
    harder on the ore II ,i imin
    A (rent Sraoon
    rouah and
    SjrtnTf Nephew were i
    Sea Nymph* Draw
    With Goldfish
    Ooidflsh and Boa
    played in a -'in . water polo 111 placbll
    i lub yeati noon. Marion
    Taylor at rod < Culdnsh an*'
    Joyce 1'I "i i"i Boo
    Nymph*. I
    during the find halt
    Hrst '.n n.r-
    m:.rk. Peggy Pltchoi
    peas from trei throw BhO
    . hall lo Marnm Tayl
    II.- I- a llkclj
    ., Kymphi i mm dab rm tbo tnp i> India
    rallied and one minutO latOI IMS ;!l" '" "*"" fi '" ',ll"", ' him
    sen! in tbo equallaei Joyce Eck- the Players XI
    tain win. wa ctoee m not th Others. In Bbntlai cote,
    . from bout tl i th of Baaox, who la having
    yards outside the coal area. bli boat 0
    Iloth teams during thl
    >f the moment; mm*
    in another Kooil frank Low,
    s< ' Nypo bi d opening butsnvm
    l edition
    in thi Ooldfl h Monet i no .... ,, .
    worked hard d Oonti
    In the iocoi .i hall n the Oonl
    play hei '' '
    II, an> real ,-..m- '""" r,'r .v""" '" ""' ''" '
    The Goldnal I : I..... howlt i tin
    ii' rtui "-11 i pohn ' ' .....''> >'< -
    tiea to aeon even when one m '" "" <' niadwm and i.
    WIUi the axcoptlon i f Smith, oil

    final wl "o .",u"- ; and bavi
    ears ahead of thi m. Aim
    I WOUU IMd lii
    The rofan ifr. J Knlghl 8n lib will not be pla
    The t.-.nn- WOTO :"''v'' l'>' '"' D tX 111 la 4
    (.oi.iii.h B Hunte, D, John i >
    P Pitcher (Cap! >, B.
    r i k<
    Sea N>mp!is: A Bl kl tell
    i Browne, B WUllams,
    M. KnUht. p. Mahon, .t I k
    and N Jonft
    (tui> Premiere**
    TennU /\'<>f///>
    No School Cricket Today
    MONDAY'S riXTURES
    C II Thi t S A. ofc-
    Caskle 64; 36. 63.

    2: 84. thi; Harrii
    MCN'N ihm m.I heduled
    i porde and W i< I K rde Dpen : da
    .>..! i'. n.i.Mr, .11,1 i I, Blacketl will no played hiatead on Wi lm -
    l.unis UNOI is i
    Miss A Griffith v* Mi" <:. wivV.
    mi pT*| BDMILM i anitnatl<
    C h Porde vi i CarmkhaeL Lodtfa School Caaap
    Thcv'U Do It Every Time
    1-Jow CCM? P20PLC WITH IWzjR.
    NAA'.f-S ZKORA'.'ZD OH THEiR CHECKS
    SK3N THSM.OM, SO LCGlBt-y
    Ibnugh pis 11
    Bpooner ol Warwlekshln
    truly great
    ti. he forever lanOTOd b)
    own opinion, bul thai ol more tl
    i. that ii Bpoon
    In the infdand Teat team at tin,
    . ..( Kent
    of di-
    bun. vt k. in ion
    llniwai b hold in .
    team, an I I far the
    -...: .
    ;
    a fixture such at. Cicui. vs. Playen
    Take. tOO, thl
    nf Win ii-'.i-i .line. He his been
    1 Rh man on
    i
    I
    could I
    Dvei i" ki\ ti,.
    everal i
    Ihoea iek cted fm th Player ni
    unlikely i<. u
    tn Bill winter Then
    eauM nw i 11 NiKel
    i who will lead the MCt
    In Indl i

    1 powi of cap) bv lead-
    big the G<-i "
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    With Hie I IIIU.I SO\ Wheel Traelor
    WORLDS MOST COPIED IRAGTQR
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    plouRhe.1
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    BUILDING SITES
    nl Hit.III.All S|. .Mi<-htirl
    Cool and Attractive Situation in well laid-out area.
    Water mains and electric mains have been installed
    and first class private roads completed.
    Sites from 10,000 sq. ft. upwards
    For funher information phone 12311
    Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd.
    Head Office. Prince Alfred Street


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