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PACK EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE llli i;si,\t .H l.v 1, Its? BOOM IN POLO The rich man's finds a lublic T The rich i game fii new pu hy JOHN WATEXMAJfi WOOLMERS PARK Hertfordshire. LI I am. watching (he n Hertfordshire polo teamnewcomers com • paratlvely among English polo clubs That figure in t bf bright scarlet shirt doe. away with all those Kip lingrsque Illusion* about the dashing, youthful army captain as the star of the polo field. For the most striking personality here ll a chubby man of fifty Mr Arthur Lucas. !ivr v*j.s ago tftUn I.ucftf :iad nevei ao tnwn Wed a polo K'wk in angrr No* iir i i deoendabi*. arcura. nlavi mth %  hand>*an ot on. He runs a Mtble of roni*Heiiastounded %  h* Her t lord*hir* P o o Club And !•* -• .1 mrmly ol :lir iotn mil!** ot Uf M 11 I :.* >. .1 in F'nlO AftBOT.a: on. tn* ruling body of English polo Ti\a; l. not %  U, Arthur Lucas can H m:iw lain.ly mio the po.o lied HuSKI-year-old son John p a CMTiibr.dge university and i* con .vdrred *o be a coning -op a. p.a.rr Hnw f* MrsIShelLjca* and JOyear -old daughter Patric... a^o p:ay To romp*:* the fain.:. Mxir'.inf album Claire aged 8 trots round on a pony no higher than her lather' 7000 CROWD Polo ;.L : .i* r— ..%  i. .< again li w aura, tma more at d more .spectator* It having i M M : tM .-.t an Tii* man who has played greatest tingle pat: revival m U* one-arm* 1 \ Couaray H* tia. IIK gnu a*. Cudrav ParK At rrosds Ot up to 7000 go *o tli* DOIO there, with th< I'm" Philip aa the atuacuon in Mir IKIIO revival M. chartered surveyor In 1947 i tough: Uw itth-eentorv nous* m FOR THE LUCASES, IT'S JUST AT £1200 fiV At'TIO* A FAMILY HOBBY A-YEAR OR SO WoeAgftgfl N (be home < Ooun" Mr id n .d He : MlgD crop of i :age n* n mi *;anw* behind th* houa* Bitting in hta study upping <> bggff after practice, lie told me thai polo was cosily but '!*• not *av by ho* much "It's lit* family hobby.' he says. Hie Iudon where polo %  • very week. In 193*. four i tub were fhrtylng There was tl>* bWortfl It.: lag*. Club No* il ia at, %  i>io" llur! i.. ...tn'v ground/ mid bv watrheit .a la a hrad ha loned. although tli* club siin rmains [he centre oi %  oolo. The Koeham-on C' p ih nfmtt IWor* the uai L IW pOTiMBnan 'ifa 'noweek tournament one* a year. ALL FREE 1 Of his (ami I iTl.-tW a vear ttu. uoniea mual hare coal about CMoo CITYMEIj The member* ot hi.* dab ar*.niostlv Clly men in innrs Some ol them Imvf oolv one pooy—althouvi two u generally rerngnLvd m* Uie LiiiuUiium i-uu-Hie %  v reMerl alfi i '.-[iiinui* plaving period, or S 75 non-plnvinu ntembera who p.tv J auftienK n pay nothing ro* a tanner who Only Richmond Park quartern e anprer.ate.) Btr. ttla F they wangn .lernaltt* to Richmond Park %  dray Park %  -Jw Dim* M -nd> ground %  tiuildlord. -o a %  -i lien %  m lo Lv.a^ gj gnwi nM Nations Work As Partners In Olympic Organization (By CARL sill nil Kl i > ON JULY IK. sporls enthusiasts the world over will focus their attention on Helsinki, Finland. On that day more than 6.000 athletes representing about 7j rgaUoru will pasi in review at Olympic Stadium during the OMntnj] tereiiumies ol the XV Olympind. For the next two gnreil these youn>; men and women will cogflpeto ul their ;tthletu spvcialties. Taat so many gUUgteg can gerf together in friendly OMlpwUUar) t\ a common neld demonstrates thp universality or sport. ThiUlvmpic Games, however, do more Ihnn that. They offer proof that nat'ons ,.r divi-iwni mtci *•! %  languages, and political ph osophlea can share in setting up accepted rules .,nd practices and .ibide by the deojainns of a dingle I'.uverning body. The International Olympic (JommitU'i 1 dlrSVtg Uif Olymp" movement and legulates the IgdfJ %  A president, elector) for a term t flight yearn, and a n execoiliv.committee of six members, elcxu-d tor four years, carry out the rou tUM work of the Internstion:. I Olympic Committee. The pti-sident has the right to make awqtsions In extreme rases on bsl Owl authority, but his actions on* .iubjtvi to approval cither bv the executive committee or the entire body at its next ,. %  %  ThiCommittee elects its own members, which do not excMd thieper nation. (r.m> COtUarlgg which posse ss a recognize Nstionu! Olympic Committee. TinIntern., tional Olympic Committee reprc sents a malority nf v ,tnvnlvcri in th, I In peacetime, .i, CosniaMswa meets at least once . jragtf to discuss Olympic mntiet.i. The |gch> nicnl details of the cmduct oi Olympic sports are left to the international sporU since the .ntematinnal Olympi,Comnvltee spend: V.I.SnJmlu.i.l. ROBERT K1PHUTH MR. KIPKUTH h... coacbed Yala's faawua %  wimiiii-ifoi i~ yaaxa. For IS yaars hu teasa baremnntrt nndsfaat' ed in daal compeUliOu He inalso been coach of the us Olympic swimming team lour times. He will go to Helsinki with tht team laU summer in an advisory ca gggggg, Before J COnutOtttOI gntai 0M %  %  %  which reads: %  i dgcsatw, mi my bswtour, Ihatl oaatwui according to the iiiles of the International Feder. "ti, that I %  i ., part i Ipatod Ln port %  oltl] rot the .. (oi iim physical, naental M octal btgksfltg i dm., uu i..ion., dial port to -thing more than .i recreation without in any kind, direct or inu.: %  that I arn eligible in all respect; fnr partiripatloii in Ufa A country desinn^ tp gntsg Uv Olympics must form a National OlyrapK Cominittee. Tincominittee must In.lu.le nationals of th.country who aie ni< i,.t i .,1 Utg Intetnationdl Olvinpn C nlttcgj and the represa I all the Ixxties governing ^poru. ihe Olympic programme. Teehm cal advice and Individual control "f sport, is supplier |,y iii t Inlertiutional Sport, F.-lrr.ir l.,,^ Thesw federation'; are made up of members of the reeogrvzed sports%  foverning bodii* in the Various countriw. Each federation has Hill control of it S|K>H on gn la tcrnational basis and 'at .rl (fm-rn; tin ( Hympla DENIS COMPTON Drob y M ^ by PETER DITTON Sedgman In Tennis Finals \i Lords ...on i Nawthant.Deais ( In I ir.t I law Crtekrt. He did • in his. in, innings— fewer than any other HOfwf -part from Igfl D"ii.lil Hi ulni HI on a ouid have **• evsn u* Uie IS bus from just outside has door did IUA P*s he Middlesex ground. The fact *as a direct ctauiecUon de it euser for tho IIUC boy 'A'h" learned much of egurl) cricket from pUyin* h jnn watching his fathar** tim. mpUm senioi. an accwut iiisn.ci enckautr in his youngtIgyg _uu now an entnusiasu: captain the Bat Lanw Oid Hoys XL And whu i ... .i pupil at ta-9 a adopted as oflki. I scorer and twelfth man When,1 Uie teum was unaM 10 pUj N out in Denu. stepped into breach, and, undaunUHi b' Having ... face bvWlers swatrl yean oldc than himself, usuall* On day in beptcmber iwA oo %  mbarked an U.e laggeat undertaking of in> lif-. from Hondoii he caught the 13 bus to Lords, where he was to captain the Be mentary 8ehools against Mr. TufneU'a XI lUther shyly but wit complete conlidence. Denis entergd Ungiound which was later to become his headquarters. I good captains, he won the loss. Then he celebrated by sharing in a century "pctung partnership with a young Sout*> Lon 0*u Own Ca!rr*DOndri LONDON. Julv 2 Jaroslav Drobny. the exiled '.'zeeh and Frank Sedgeman thrAustraUan Champion will fight £& .'."* "**"'* Singles Anal at Wimbledon on Friday That was decided by to-day's semi-flnaLs in which Drobny beat the American Hrrbie Flam 6—2 8—4, 0—& 8—10, 8—4 and Sodge-" man beat his fellow countrvmat. Mervyn Rose 8—4. 6—4, 7—8 Thus American domination in this event, they have won it for the past five years, has endea This will be the fifth champion• hip final between Sedgeman and Drobny since Msy The Australian won In Rom* and Monte Carlo -and the Czech was victorious at Bournemouth and Paris To-day's semi-finals present* d vivid contrasts. The Sedgeman Rose match was ss tame and as Hat as stale beer, whereas Un other sparkled like vintage champagne. Ro>e seemed to have an inferiority complex. He played as if Sedgeman was so assured of reaching the final that there wag no point in trying to stop him It waa IBIM made all to easy for the Australian champion who must have sensed Rose's thoughts and derided that with his opponent not going all out then he *oo could take It easy Most action came in the final game of the match Then for the first time both players appeared to enjoy playing. Perhaps like the spectators thev were happy in the thought that it was nearly all over. How different was the semifinal that followed. It was a titanic two and a quarter hour battle between two of the best tacticians in the asm* to-d.i> K>cept in the third set in which Drobny was resting nothing was given away All points had to U worked and schemed for. As Drobny endeavoured to manoeuvre into position to execute Ids famous forehand di so Flam strove to present this cleverly masking the direction his shots and varying his length and pace. As fortune fluctuated with e move and counter move the thousands of spectators who packed • he centre Court were kept at fever pitch ot excitement. Drobny won the first and second sets but was driven so hard that he decided to rest in the third and go all out for a win In the fourth. But Flam had then tasted blood and was aftermore. He hung on like a leech and so keen wss the KVHUU* Of KHYC I.an it I'l'iinis The results of yekteiu • tennis played at the Hoy.,l li ,. %  oados Yacht Club are:— LaaUes' Kiaglea Mrs. D. E. Worme beat Miss at Wood 6—I, t—I. Ladles' Dwuble. Miss D. Wo.-. Pilgrim beat Miss M King and Mrs. A. A Gibbons 2—6, 7—fl. 6—1 Mens louk4*> D E Worme and H. Johnson beat I S Robinson Edghill 6—3. 6—3; 7—6. Mixed Daables Mrs. J. A. Mahon and C. BSisnett beat Miss E. Worme and H A. Cuke. Jm\. 8—6, S—. TO-DAY FIXTVRFS Mem'* DM blc* J H. C. Edghill and C. B. Ssictt vs. P Patterson n nrl O. H. Manning H L Toppm and D. Blades vi. —L.E.8. V. Roach and T A. Oltlen* M R. deVertcull and Dr DUsV %  -rymaki PL I Hill I .1 1) Trimliightii. "truggl* hag the first 17 games went with service Flam broke through Drobny's in the 18th to bska the set 10--8 Drobny came back straight awny in the final set and broke through the American's service in the first game *.JlJ"" lh t n ,hc c *rh's turn to LwewLSS. ht i0uid held his J !" "', h \ would win. Thl he AmJE.* r,, h ' the "" %  'he American refused to ackiwwledee defeat and took his opponent to deuce m the final game di!"!!? 5 V l only b> h,s P |av but dso fa) his perfect court derneanour has made himself a firm RiHh'T SSI ,n bIedon crowds But after to-dayS match he has o close rival for this honou, ,n t'., person of HiTbieFlam THE WEATHER REPORT YESTF.KDAY Highest Tempers tit re Sf, '. F Lowest Temperstur* T2.0 F Wind Velocity 7 miles per hoar Barometer (9 a.m.) 30 097 (3 p.m.) SB 843 TODAY Sunns* 5 46 a.n Sunset: 6 16 p.m Moon First Quarter Lighting 1 no pm High Tide 1 13 pm Low Tide: 6 44 June G21 p-s Colony Club :j BARBECUE To Barbados I SATURDAY 1ULY 5 DENNIS COMPTON. worked his way up the batting order, Then, time weeks utui his appearance in tint class i r J < ket. and his sixth game, came his first hundred, coincidental l.v igalnst Northants. Sharing in a ninth wicket partT.ership of 76 with Jim Sims, the uiiiy member of that MliMVaseg %  Ida still playing) regularly, and 74 with Ian PVcblea for the baft •wicket, he race.) to ihiee figures %  n 95 minutes This wss the portend oi things to come. i oining Arsenal whom ho served with distinction, later ggdnlngj a Championship and Cup Final medal. Compton reached his I .OOU runs for the season. Ho finished second in the Middlesex avoTHsea to the immortal Patsy liendren, and was awarded hu county cap. All this at the age of 18. cnmpton's teats over the years have become legendary and require no enumeration. It Is perhaps pertinent though, to deal briefly with his mo*t successful wason. 1947. This was n vintage vear for cricket followers. Eighteen centuries flowed from the Compton bid, a new all-llrae record, and a new record aggregate totnl of 3.816 was reached A knee injury in 1950 threatened to close prematurely laieer which has outrivailed that of any English batsman, lncludhu; even his great contemporary, Len Hutton, Handicapped by a •-tirTening joint, Compton lost his ability to dance daringly down tne wicket. Fortunately for England and foi < ii, ket as ., whole, he appears to .A'erod from the trouble and this season Is coming back to his best form. With all his success, Compton remains much the same unaffected person as the young schoolboy who arrived st lords for his debut in 1932. The passing years have added to his ability but. remarkably, his enthusta-sin for the game is unabated. Long may he continue to delight us. the year assisting moveuiriits sli over the world that might eontribute to the good nf amatein -porj and to the id-al. of the I tlymp'c. Approval of the International Olytnpk I otgght bj Bg] ^i. upg I %  isbiug to organize nd conduit -ports meetings. A H number do not rtssgave II good part ot -uppoii baosuse of tnetr ickground.s The Comnutloe also lays down the principles upon which the Linatcui sutus ,.f athletes in all •port* and from all nations i%  etermmed. Sports Window Two of the moat interestlnK WaUr Polo matches of the season, matche* which will very likely decide tho win uing team of the Division "A" Cup. are scheduled to be played this evening st A o'clock at the Aquatic Chili These matches are Harri-o Collage -Snappers and Bwoid Ash Bonltaa Theno match*-* are second round onea. In their first encounter. 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THURSDAY, JULY 3. IMS BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THREE German Engineers Jump Ahead B. im MUD1N LONDON. Jun* 23 PrmMi ingenuity u behind the l)ig attempt now being made in Britain to motorize the pedal cyclist and five him power-assisted travel for a farthing I nuic. Already nearlv 250>" have joined In thtt latest craze In popular transport and, by fitting tiny motors u> their bicycles, are now calling; themselves eye* .„,-,totists Eleven firms have produced various forms of Chun-chug motor. Hut too invention selling belt Is the product of the pre-war Auto Union Company, on which Hitler lavished millions to make it the greatest motor lirm in Europe. The British company which bought It have sold 00.000 in less! than two yean. Th*y expect to sell another 30.000 this >, %  ,: Italian and Dutch n brain* a* well as British have made other forms of miniature motors. Prices range from fSS to S2I— no purchase tax. Paw a simple driving test for 5s.. and you can become a licensed cycle-motorist for 17< 6d a year, with insuranre as low as 12s. Hundreds of elderly people who gave up cycling because of fatigue %  if awheel iiKam—chugging along with n cycle-motor. The one serious competitor to th| %  j to i motor is the motor scooter: Here again foreigners are In the lead Modern scootenng started with the civilian version t the British paratrooper's folding motor-cycle —the Corgi. Today, however. Enrico Piagglo. a 47-vear-old Genoese engineer who made airplane engines for Mussolini during the war. has sent %  00.000 of his silver green scooters lo all parts of the world—3.000 of them to Britain, The I-imbreMa. the second Italian challenger to the Corgi, claims all the refinements ani glamour of the Veepa. But Britain ia re-entering the scooter market with a new Corgi due out next year—if the Government allows the steel It will cost about f.75 will be as fast as lta rivals—and. Ilka the paratrooper's machine, will still fold up Korea War Is Two Years Old —There's No Decision So Far A few *l the teaa of thousands of war-weary South Korean* uprooted rreftl Ihelr homes real aear demnttshed Seoul Building. The Seeth rean capital has changed heads fear lasses, suffered with each. 1st October. 1M. North Korean .Kill..,H .-| '' IhH WTJ international trade fan which showed they will have to meet vigorous competition. Official.said lb* '•>"•• wh cn ciosi Ju'* 13 > *? vc Ca ".i.^2; lintish and American exhibitors a look at the handwriting on the wall i nentaj European exhibiton iniaTeued their showings aa much as 25 limes over last year and .got a disproportionate shareof the interest and the bu*m--AJl exhibitors, however. Mid they d:d well and miles fi-m unfair were expected to total eventually into tens of millions. "It's a good thing for our own industry to see what u is up aganst," one Canadian exhibitor said. "And some of the stuff has been an eye-opener." German and other contlncnAl eghibllors have an advantage in being able to promise faster dellverles than can British or Canadian plants which are short on materials because of defense requirements. "It's hard to blame buyers for patronising foreign exhibitors when they have the stuff, can deliver it tar ahead of our own pgantl and are willing to stand behind .t." an exhibitor said German exhibitors said they were delighted with the way their products were received. Their irutchinerv and instrument exhibit*were particularly successful. They rep* rted finding prices and B ilai u o-mpetltlve and their devcry dates were well ahead. German cameras were very poputir -nd German typewriters ccinl d/splay of leather products. Germany nUo appeared to be rec. j Tiirinx ltfl pre-w;r uDtemecy in toys. It fascinated Canadians with a seven-way bicycle. trains that run under water (ideal for playing in the Wthtubi. (et planes, toy pianos, and tiny auto* that can te driven accurately and electr cally. Dr. W. Muscheadt, president of the Gem.ni export committee. praised tiic fair as a "leiiage market" in .which German* achieved resojtg wto/eh ( %  I nol have been hoped for n weeks of travel. "As one who appreciates organ. %  zation. I must complin, -nt the conduct of the fair." he ud. At least '0 new nuustnes will locate in Canada this year as s result of -he rair i>nd incluuing *>n.t from Cm--.. star-wl pln'-ff C i i %  • i iFrom O-II oi, Conr>piii LONDON. July 2. Batsmen held the mastery today eogntriaa, all resident in Hampstead, will learn about the uJ!FLS"J.'i££JXS1!Z;,£ working, of the borooch and meet local resident, in a irT^Ti^ordrt i2iST SE "Hampstead Week" organised for them bv the British n"" setters was Bernard csmiNn Council from June 28 to July 5. "' Surr .'* wh "\ * 9 ' <•"= The students come from East Africa. West Africa. 'Srh*r !" L''^re? r a !,,S!", -i Honnkonp, Malaya. Mauritius, tlu* West Indies. Ceylon and India. — — SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC B.G. To Tax Commission Agents GEORGETOWN Ju The Geoiget..v.ii ('rhunber o I ummmv has approved of i D'afi Bill which Govwiimnit will ihortl introduce in Kir Legisla'.i cil and which seeks to Impose RatgdctraUon >.of fetf.uo on Coa misMion Agents and ha 1 NCtM of S4ti.nU The I ha howevci uifonne,! Qoeetli* •nit thjgj i( th* amount prvpoaed for registration was r diicevl. it would be i -lie Cham%  % %  :uiiii 1 .i,i Agajji %  iigin.ited several ye.irii mgo. In tinfirst i *utgestetl t'uit a tax ghouut be alia i 'ling travelling agent?, only, but that suggestion •*** rejected *by i^..ivernneiit who sUted that they would net be prepare.1 to impose ha reeerIstt ne on vbating travailing agents. %  %  'u l\nnr: \ %  \ he Chamber *>f a letter racepreo rroa Uw t B Wei Conmil. in wbn-h at t enUo ii wet rtrwn t.. i' i %  rueh was taking plnee on the p.irt of c*JthBit) fti-tMlbM Cinnmlaalon Agentv Apart from that nl IVIMI aentatlons fn.m rrp-rt:ibli' trad. lions, from Tnide Cnmml*%  lonenjand rrom oUtera, winch IndtCegM I ggiiOUs State of .ir;m> •iiicti had to themaii IN,i Cofiimtwinn ^( on thi^r III'S (it>\ %  iiiment beeuine cortcesrlsed ll the •ti il> felt that any small repuUble Ci'inmianion Agent would wekocne ah* protection which the Dill wuuld gdve, a* It aunod at protectim: large and ^inall agents, men *.f Integrltj The rresld.-nt 1 the Chamber UeuL-CM E. J Ha. wood. M.U.K. T.D., Miid Uaty were nil iigaajlinn • f the fact that Ihe Bill, like all -MilU, was not foul-proof It did. h..wewr, serve a useful purpo< in that all Commlasion Agi-nt.-. ineluding visiting agents, would • oniribute some small vum To keep 7/Me 6sy todies* fit ahd active... 1% give them HALIBORANOE • very day Tmu** *'iHrii imi rr tor buddm* op rcsen r* of riril energy, promoting healthy grt <>MX>V I : In Carlisle Bay M The week opens with a reception by the Mayor of Hampstead at the Town Hall, at which the students will meet members of the HnmpMcad societies, churches and other organisations helping in the arrangements. On Sunday, most of the students will attend morning service and then be entertained In the homes o* church %  iir-iii an South African Held In B.G. with nearly 400 runs on the board f"'" and only five wicket* down look '''?:" set for their tenth ctamplonship victory. Also in a strong position urr _*" Middlesex for whoin Thompson and Edrich both made centuries a.s in a second wiek*t partnership of ** %  345. Middlesex declared When F Thompson was oul, and upttired c four quick Worcester wIcKets beWi • uRI.,, DR *.h Ko.,1,,,.. Oov.. s,h i. UM ma.. i 5i.**5o ^O"^ ** Unn* 1''M Blu* Mil ABBIVALS i;iuu.. don. TdsMfed, 'S M TJBI I,-,. |,„ ra M.,tlnlq^ mrxi i 1.1 AU lr isi. ox Ti*SDt .. But Daddy Did Not Know Hebhl liurlng the week, there will be AJrici jr QL nty five year old Rasa fore the close o c*i:.r,n Araghi. native of South Huttnn for Yorkhhlre recorded f%£ Tr i %  ..i C ii %  . %  Aljr.u l( J U1 Holdr J native of South Hutton fa i being detikined by the his sixth oentury of the season n t ii. As*. -. D N*w. M UCilh>n I K rbrred. A rt*t *i visit.-, to the borough service* inInuingTstioo Authorities her* unand th100th of his career. He •* mrt> Lrm schools, housing and ltl arrangements for tus repatriabarbad Just over four hours and "•""> +•*. h i % %  Seawell • l-\KIl K> UY IS eluding schools, housing and health departments. Other hi,lon ,an ^ arranged Araghi wst Yorkshire after declaring put rangements include tea at the 'dumped' across the Veneaueis themselves well on th* victory Oeod Companion* Pensioners' border some weefcs ago by th*. road by capturing sis Kent wlckClub. a talk on the history of Veneauelans. His story Ithai hi* Is. In their two-day gam* with .. m.i*M < "' v "' Hampstead and a tour of Old ""'P lett hin behjnd in VenezuelB l->iirhiini the Indioni h^yc run Into v puarolaii, c Naatu Hampstead. a debate arranged bv three years ago, and he was held trouble, on an *aay pared wicket A it-.uu n arunih the_Hampstead Purliament. There Mi prison by the Veneiuelan* for the^ home side scored XOl before K'MCIUI r ^"rhi'-l^H will PIW be a tennis party arthree years until he learnt enough ranged bv the Fast and West Spanish to explain his presence Friendship Council, a puppet the Republic ihe. nd rial ng nged hty the Irrtcrnatlonnl Friendship League and the E..^' and West Friendship Council A number of Hampstead residents have invited the students to their homes during the week. The ten women students in the group will attend a summer'party arranged bv Hampstead Townswomen's Guild They will also vl.it gevten Pottery and the Hoa John ClirteT „,. to nW Keats Museum. assUUnce. The IrnnvgraUun D*On the evening of July 4. the partment has now written in* stildrnts will join with Hamp^ th African Oovernment to And stead residents at Hampstead oul f y, arff p^p^,, 1n „. -leclnring. of which opei.ing man Kteler made 135. In th. hour left to them the Indian* lost luirk wickets and at close hot*H...-U.U ie half *' st!% % % %  In British Oulana the Immigration Authorities deemed him ''till needed 1ST to an illegal Immigrant, as he had no passport and no money. Brought before the Georgetown Magistrate the Police were gran'nurharri S03 for" six declared ed permission to detain him until aims I ft for two Is and at close ft -, K "' !" \ ove the follow n MVtiuiM. N-'si V.i Jardnn I. Ma-al. r > Si#eh*r T IF V, ... (., | U.I.I-1. A •t. E MrMillm. Scoreboard Durham versuthe Indians: Inarrangements con be made for h'j repatriation. When the Leusue of Coloured Peoples heard of Araghi** case. iex versus Noithantv F.s*ev 384 for six. Tnsole 1.10 Glamorgan versus (jm^ Olami vgan 295. Linr. eight for two Hnnti versus Gloucester Hants 185. Scott seven for 48 Gloucester %  >' his own mind. 119 for four. Shinweil said is the Prli Surrey versus Somersei* Surrey Minister aware that he has Speech By Alexander rUUtfta Storm In Conunnrs Interrupted to say "I am spc.kin, with Shinweil on ;. perfectly fan and square level and giving full nruvsrers. That he should mag'-i I vary my remarka of wtuit k ..,*,, s„ d not .t,.„ h „ „„,h,. •ssrznrs <;KifotTOWN Jun. Because he is Illiterate I'harul\\.nka Ptraaud of ; ftallwnv Line. Kitty TOtai i know Uiat he could not be Ihe lawful f*rlh*l of ihe child of the woman hibad m irrM aceording to Muslhn rttei f'lid that wns hnw ho happened t.. a|>peai U-fore th* Cftf Miigislinte. charged with wilfully gl\ ini; fal.e infoniiation to UM ItegisliSl ff Birth* I'ersaud's Counsel told the Court ha. was really eonluseti aj to hto ndvisr his client to pl*a. and "ii requct the Uiignfliate agreed to heai the facts of the ease flrst. II nil rwi|t-*iied ihH way. Mnrnioon lfn\hnw hail ,>iven birth to n baby girl on lumary 7. By marrying acetfrding t-> Hoalifii i tten, he Is not legally hei hustinnd. Persaud did not know this nnd in giving Informntiou to the Itoglstrai ol Birth stated he Bra* the rattan. <-f the child and haah.nnj of DM mother. When he retUTMd home h* tol'i his 'wife* what he liad done, ami •he bem* lilerute pointed out Urn mistake t>> him, and he immediately returnnrl to th' Koglstrar. explained the error, and the ceillltlled and a new one iaiued. Town Hall to discuss subjects latlng to Commonwealth student* The> will question Mr. Henry Brooke, M.P for Hampstead The evening will end with a demonstration by West African student* of their native music —L.K.S. 384 for five Warwick The Magistrate versu* Leicester five for 41. ; 1V. : Sua patriate him. If Ualan'a Oovemmant says 'NO' it seems that Leicester 210. Or BriUsh Guiana will have no choice Warwick 78 for four, but to keep him in Police custody Notts versus Sussex or allow him his freedom on Iho for lx. bond of some re* pec table citlxpn. Worer-rter versu* Vlddle*ex .'ii that AraghJ can And work and Middlesex 350 for two declared so maintain himself in the Colony. Thompson 188, Edrich US not out In the meantirne Araghi Is Worcester 40 for four. C—--Ol**** Jo allowed to go la and out of Police Yorkshire versus KentYork%J%} Y MT ICttClo Headquarters. He is provided ..hire 283 for five declared. Hotton 'Jr./ _ with regular meals and sleeping 1M : Kent 108 for six accorrtnaodatlon. Araghi himself ;S quite puxzled about bis position. He says he like* British Ouisna. •aa Page 1. but would like to go back to his Marshall who made about £8 own country. "Ii* I am repatrla* wireless operator was arreeted ated I will go. If I am to stay in in the park last month as he was your country, I will be equally used Member* on this -icle of iwatiun of I'lTsuuil and ids CoUlittie House of lack of tact n\ i a*d who could not say that he now when one of his own Mini*, wilfully misled the Registrar trra U asked about dropping H However a plea of guilty was enbrick he loses his temper*" tered snd Persaud was reprimand—IT.p M and duchurged. Pleads Not Guilty Y.MLP.G. Bit Lynch's School glad.' John Carter told Ihe Magistrate THE Second Division Basket Ball match which waa played yeaday afternoon between 'we are doing everything we can y M.P.C. and USS. at Y M.P.C., for him. If they dont want him ^^^ n „ victory for Y.MJ.C i*ck in South Africa, he can stay -fl^ gu^ ., fMt ftnd eKcWn f,te *IK1 wo will find wort for tm^o^hout and at the ead of th* allotted time the wore was fifteen all, play resumed for another two talking to Kuaietaov. Arthur Mildon an attorney who tips instructed by the court .' ppcar for Marshall, said he h hoptd i^r the possibility of dethe trial ;ntil next corn'. stions in September but Go\ &•>• ernment had pressed for .1 to All now depend* on the reply begin Immediately. Mildon said 'rom the South African Govern£%££ tnd t the end of that he wa. prepared lo begin th!" f^Jli\'l"5^ d rt £ a | the score w ,wve*een 1L "" *-"-*•' %  _^ S£S%^ttJf^TZ2Z Alter -. - rm mm 1^_ while. Aragh, !s enjoying his 3ft*£* %!**,>£?}£. utSL n^r? tcntion' here. He has made many "I lm / T J !" 1 < !" ^h %  *iJ**" r *"! brancnef Cabinet maker Peter friends and he is getting to like ,lf th *t time O r.reenidge scored Purpel of Frankfurt planned to B.Q. more and more every da> '• deciding two poirrU. The chief stiirt small assembly plant n for here there I* no race discrlmworers we>c D Badenock and A. Toron-o matlon end nobody likes Malan-Jone* ten and seven points i*s*ec-| If t i• <"•.* i-nnt: it | may neither white nor coloured folkIvely for Lynch and G Creenidge i family. 1 H* said. . And . ''everybody here e BATTERIES FOR CARS TRUCKS & BUSES in ii'l ist! %  %  > %  %  J W I 'Hii .P 1 1 l" i CITY GARAGE TRADING CO.. LTD. DISTRIBUTORS VICTORIA ST. i:\i:ni: i AIMS si iiti >n roil Ti.aii-; ,\l IIAItn I.I 1ISS I.MlIM fr %  i.i.i..., U ... I, l.\ Ai.l si/i s & sunn s. !" AL HARDWARE IUCKTIT STREET fOppofit* Poet Office)



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I' \< I I III I. BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'lIBSDAV. JULV 3, 152 BARBADOS A ADVOCATE MH U AT.t.U Oft. LU kMl II. atlfttMwa Tlnit..l,i> Jul> ::. i:>:.J CHALLENGE PROFESSOR Beasley's Fiscal Survey of BSHMMIM whkfa STM laid in the House of %  %  y on Tuesday is a sober document, ful! of (haHen-e for those on wHom has fallui the heavy responsibility of keeping Barbadian economy on an even keel. maintenance on present lines •fit of existing central or local government services and omitting for the present any provision for the Harbour a* hetne w for the costs of estab I British Wot Indies Federation. Qovarnmnt requires to find every year IM oi revenue over that of the %  nd these increases will by ISDO/59 have amounted to about $2.4 million or -3 per cent, on top of the OsiAtnal estimated net revenue of $10.3 mill...,, for 196141." This suitence forms the heart of the And Professor Beasley proposes six main methods of obtaining increased revenue to meet this gap. After the introduction of a newtai'ifl and increased duties on liquor. COttOO piece goods and perfumery, a net of $400,000 is niggwlad Crom cus> %  OOiptl QOMT assessment of in>.. Introduction of new taxpayers ami natural growth would, thinks Prot — |.mduce $250,000. Increases in excise duties and death duties would produce $300,000 divided equally. Revision up duties, licenses, postal rates. .:tis and departmental fees and interest on invested funds would provide $280,000 while $70,000 might be expected from a proposed entertainment "'In%  proposals", writes Professor Beasloy "represent what appears to be the limit of extri annual revenue that can perl} bo obtained by higher taxation nnd improved administration over the coming seven years." He draws three inferences. it will be out of the question to maintain commodity subsidies for much longer on anything approaching theii present scale "and that the sooner they can be replaced by measures less costlv to Government the better," Secondly, he suggests that Government cannot in present circumstances properly undertake any new recurrent commitments which are not calculated either tc create fresh revenue or to make for more economical functioning of the Government machine. Thirdly, he suggests that another review of the prospects ought to be carried out after perhaps three years to ascertain whether the island's economy is by then exhibiting better or worse prospects and to make provisions for the following years With regard to the deep-water harbour project Professor Beasley suggests that at this stage of its development Barbados cannot afford to continue without a deep water harbour. And he makes it clear that the construction of a deep-water harbour must be undertaken as part of a full economic programme which includes nlaurinrnt of the airport (already undertaken). Irrigation to maintain high average sugar output, deep water harbour, assoii td n-lamatioii of adjacent land for warehousing and industrial purposes, hotel construction and extension, expan%  i of tourist industry by means of both increased accommodation in hotels and guest houses and of extended seasonal facilities. With tins full economic programme he brackets potential developments of an oil industry and minor industries. A programme of this order, he suggest! ean I oly be Rnanced from a combination of i tnts including private enterprise in lintels and oil and Government assets. %  fid loans. In obtaining loans for a full economic programme with its axis as the deep water harbour. Government would find that the monies at present absorbed unppilitablv in [nesting subsidisation would i VMS a very large ex al loan. i itle* is openly critical of the OOVO I I %  %  : 1 UbSjdl ..turn. "The %  million dollars mutually," ho •„ works out at ten cents I week per head of the population and u w Id* U nd that l" Our Readers Say; .I circumstances th contribution is really 'tnportant. Moreoeei U ( if llurbados is to embat k on inrm> progr amm e of davetopnant, %  i ill be on A hiRh level for years nnd iii "f the total capital outlay will be sprni on labour In die island. The UovemBBSOl onsutenu> it it made il kdiaa :it the same lime i-on schemes designed to add lo Uu national Income." Throughout his repoti PiotYssor Bensley takes ,1 Barbados' unique econonvc position In not beinj "under-developed." or "devrlopi'd", ti-oimmk' deiwudcnce >"• the population trtiwth HUJ outstripped ..Tin Ktual aRrnullutal expansion. His survey Is a realistic and sober kcumen, i,pi,.;..li..n Us the public ot Barbados ., QMbtc (ur undetsUmdinn of ihe ecoItl conclusions, proposals end recommendauoni will call t-t much revuion >f popular political platforms but capacity for iwision %  l>pioai-h to probItnei in the (ace ot toed It •' swi of healthful matui tv. Aii alternative to Professor Beasley'* sober counsel as uutlnr-,1 in A Fiscal Survey %  I Barbados will not To Tk$ Edllor, The Adiwolc— SIH.-Thu Leader of the House of Assembly, Mr. Adams, U reported as having said, in ttit dehats on the revision of certain %  Slariss <•( Civil Servants, had d•! me say here that I hope they have paid no attention in 'hose who try to flatter them that they were courageous In bringing down the* "unpopular proposals". This resembles closely* the praise given the ass. which wna told that In Spit* of tinadded weight on Its back and the advice given It, It had done a brave and wise thing in walking through the stream with n load of salt on its back. All praise to the politician who refuses to t>ow to popular wishes merely because they are popular, or does not flinch from doing his duty Uvause il may l>e unpopular with %  omr minor Section of the community, for example, even those Civil Servant* who were serious1> affected at the Unto and disagreed with him admired the courage of Mr. Adams in refusing In bow to demands for 30 or 40 i"', cent, c.o.l. bonus, and were content to face the hard economic facts which he then pur before them ami the public The people as a whole are content to bear the burdens of the emt of living when they are told that the Island cannot afford to subsidise this or that foodstuff and its price must rise But Is uni-ipul.irlty or hostility n N deserved than when, after all •his. ihe i*aid Civil Bervies sad puhhc are told that we cm afford a sum of $100,000 per nnnum on a small SSc M on of the administration, and where there is no Justification, after making provision for a similar amount which may be Incurred In leave passagas? What can be worse than, in the face of all this, trying to cover up such disci and political ineptitude ing: "Don't worry! We will eonlaii % % %  .• %  or "Blanle us for desaylna the illisslshllsti SSSBBI anil lllnillllllWlllSlat of the Anglican Church, but there Is no moral Justit)cotii>n (or isevftnf lliein out", even though they are CtvU Bervsnls and arc free to oppose the labour Party, for which they and tha Church cost this Island DV0f $40,000 per year? On no political grounds whatsoever should these proposals have it\ I the Leal wture. I know I hall I-' told that ludicrous, but ., panes al %  %  %  '"i" 1 I Great BrlU'n and the salaries paid there will show that tho colonies, and now Barbados, compare more than favourably with thai country. Officials there corresponding In status and ...I.ITV w.thjjurs have been given mere 40 per cent, increase In salaries between 1938 and 1951. The officer there who received £500 in 1938 would be now paid, by Ihe last figures I saw. £700 per annum and £1,000 In 1938 would now be £1.400 In the U.K. a angle man earning £500 would pay In income lax £T4. 3s: ir married. I 4H. 15s.. and If married with two children. £ 18. 3s. In the £1,00(1 bracket, the corresponding I T, payments would be £254. 5s., £222. 15* and £188. 15s. In Ihe £3,000 bracket, the d>ires ponding; payments would be £814. 5s., £582. 15s., and £528. 13s. These were the figures for 1950—51. During that time, outside the Service, the minimum wage of an agricultural worker had risen lo £5 per week, und the people, ufler the war, were rceq/.ving all the benefits of a Welfare Slate, viz.. family allowances, free gagajUCSJ and health services, social insurance benefits, vastly subsidised food and full employment. In Barbados, those officers In the £500 bracket In 1938 or 1939 are now paid £1.200 or £1.300. The following will receive mote than corresponding ofllccrs in Bflitish Guiana: Harbour and Shipping Master. Director of Education and Deputy Director. Principal of Evening Insf.luio and Vice Principal, Chief Inspector of Schools, most top Agrlrulturul posts. Director of Medical Services and most medlral posts. Director of Highways and Transport. Police asB^anratei (they start higher than Magistrates in B. ssn %  ncreaass tor imported uuivuus ana. in oruer DM W appeal uiKnrtunaiory, au top UiaeUUS. tae atti.uue ana paculini aigumeiits of Air. CUKC has %  Down UK*. stay i ieii hun However tnal his clevei attempt to justify the proposals could i. ao easily seen through that oe sOOUld oetlsr have Kept his inouib closed! It happens that ioe Laixmr Government has Dean cstsjnt by all this ospeciau> stter it was -K""'-I U onng In ihe other ranks later. This acl of appeasement brought aiound Mr. Cox qurto conveniently, and made him utterly harmless. Wiiat It will lead to I shudder to think. We will nave more inflation and leas money for social services and for the reduction of the cost of living. His Excellency knew this and lie really meant it when ho >aid thai we could afford only these increases. He however compromised to get support of the whole Executive, But does Mr. Adams really think, when ho says It would be wrong to :•.! % %  out other heads besides t'chnical. that any man who stepped up from Principal Clerk or from the Executive Grade to a departmental head at tho ultl rates could have any grouse whatsoever? It Is clear that all this has been done merely through the Imported men. 1 Hud that the buck-bent-bars of the Labour 1'arty did great credit lo themselves, to tho Party and lo tiurbados. They look a moral rtand and won a moral victory. They have dcmtmslrated th-it they are not content to be a mere sledgehammer rnachinc enforcing and legalising the decisions, howover debatable, of a governing lacy. They have shown lhat they aland llrmly by governmenl by a socialist party and not government by officials. Barbados is experiencing all tho "il Streets of inflation ut present. Small savings and wages are worth little and the gains made by thus* who Invest In such things as real estate, land and industrial stocks antremendously inflated. Further, what a noted commentator said recently of the position In Uritatn thai "in a period of soaring prices and profits, tho impoBiUon of a celling on food subsidies, social services and tho health %  srvsMI automatically reduces the real value Of the Welfare State to the poor and H real burden on the rich." Is also very applicable to this Island. Our Governor cuts constantly advocated a cut in our and at this rate of spending on salaries very llttie w-ill be found for much needed social schemes. After all, His Excellency from 1920. when ho served In the crown Agents to 1B49 when he was transferred here from Nigeria, has been taken up with digits and conservative financing and bookkcepinx. He is courageous and forthright, according to his way of looking .it. things. But ho should be made at this time to work out finance in the framework of the apllcy on which ihe Labour Party was elected. %  Mr Adams' highsouiKiing talk about "Labour Government" i : wninding brasn and tinkling cymbal. If Sir Alfred is even Financial Secretary and oewemor at the i-ame time an much Ihe better. lorhe loves litres and knows them well u u t unless the Labour side of Government can enforce a policy in keeping with its outlook and with the needs of the under-i rlvileged classes then there may well be further splits in the ranks a tragic happening not only for Barbadohut for the West Indies as %  whole. EX-^mi. SERVANT. >"*<• In Tho //anr/... r nrn* Frf " r Thr A<*rocafr.— ... H~T>} WM n>USed to read ihe thrilling account of the killing of a snake "among some bushes in front of Uie Barbados Museum" about 8 o.m. yesterday, which appeared In to-day's Advocate This snake, which was quite harmless, had been livinc for some time In tho I Of rhy quarters within fi feel of my li\ mg room. About 330 pm sevierdav it wag accidentally killed there In an attempt to recapture it. The body wai given by my who was about to bury It. to one of the cmplovee* B uThados Turf Club. Tho only accurate tact In your account i* that the snake was 3 feet long. Your* etc NEVILLE CONNELL The Man Who Did Not Want Money He Used Deposits To Buy More Cars For Sale From R. It MacCOLI. WASHINGTON. ANOTHER chapter is written in the extraordinary story of Robert Knetzer. It starts in the car-famine days after the last war. when he guaranteed delivery of new Qin under market price. Crowds flocked to his office and pretty well foiced deposits on him. He used the deposits to buy more cars, but finally the bubble burst and there was Knetzer owin g £1,000.000. * • AT his trial the district attorney asked why he thought he would ever make any money that way. Replied Knelzer: "I Just wanted to make a reputation, not money." He was sentenced to 110 years in jail, but last year was temporarily released because he said he could raise money to pay off a separate civil suit. And ha amazed everyone by handing in £60.000. Congratulations were short lived when it was found that he got the money by another confidence trick. He told friends he had bought a Christmas tree estate in Canada. • • j LAST NIGHT, in Springfield. Illinois, a j businesslike stranger appeared at the jail "George Hulcm. United States marshal," he snapped, flashing a badge. "Knetzer is to come with me. He will be returned later." Off went Robert with the "marshal." who turns out to be phoney as Robert's schemes. Now the G-men are searching for the pair of them. HAWAII is being sugared under. A strike has tied up all shipping services, and so the sweet stuff If being dumped everywhere, from tennis courts to roof tops. NEIGHBOURS of handsome Hugo Unwal. a 41-year-old carpenter, and his pretty wife Ellin, who lived on New York's Lexingtonavenue, were always hoping that there would be a reconciliation after they quarelled some time back and Hugo moved out. He came back. Ellin answered his ring. .Smiling, Hugo opened a box, took out a sawn-off double-barrelled shotgun and killed his wife and himself. I SUPPOSE it had to come. A man in the advertisements who wears a black eye patch and helps to sell shirts is now followed by a pretty girl who also wears a black patch. And she sells girdles. NEAT switcheroo on the "war is not inevitable" theme. Britain's ambassador Sir Olive Franks visits Dartmouth College in New England, and says roughly that in a speech. The undergraduate newspaper, reporting the event, headlines "War cvitable, says Franks." AVERELI, IIAKRIMAN lets it be known lhat that's the way he wants to be known during the election campaign. Seems he is not too keen on the William, which is his first name. BOB HOPE got a belly laugh on the air last night when his straight man asked him what he knew about the United States Government. "All I know is that I put down the Government as one of my dependants on my income tax return," cracked Bob. Oh, and Bing Crosby has just bought a big new twin-engined plane. IT is far too long since we have seen Her bert Marshall in a movie—but that's bein; taken care of now. His phone rings in New York, and Herbert is told by R.K.O. "Please be in Hollywood tomorrow. You're starring in "The Murder.' In New York he has been doing a radio show entitled "The Man Called X". ACTING just like a Rockefeller. John D jun. dashes off a note to New York's Metropolitan Museum saying he is giving il £3.500.000. Lyrically, Roland Redmond president of the board of trustees, describes •he note as "a superb and perfect document." The note—or the cheque? HEADLINE: "Coronation robes hunted by anxious peers." CHARLES IHCKENS. visiting New York, described the institution as "badly ventilated, badly lighted, none too clean, and very uncomfortable." He was talking about the City Home for Dependants (a poor-hnuae) on Welfare Island. Now a big. spotless and modern home is being opened, with beds for 2.000. It is some years now since the people there stopped bcrni; "inmates" and officially became "guests" IS AMERICA "turning out more alibis than airplanes?" Jim Lucas, investigator for a big chain of newspapers, is out to discover the facts. And. from Los Angeles he reports:— "The planes we make cost millions. The Russians turn out cheaper and less complicated planes by the thousand." PHOTOGRAPHS Copies of Local Photographs Which have appeared in the ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER Can be ordered from the • • > ADVOCATE STATIONERY I mm MATS: Plain. Stencilled and Decorated. Theae are available in (our aixes. CONGOLEUM SQUARES 3 x S yds. & 3 x 3>i ydl. CONGOLEUM: Six feet wide nnd cut to uy desired liie. Ph. 4472 a S. PITCHER & CO. CrUp. smnrtly-atyled MEN'S SHIRTS by CONSULATE—Collars attached and detached. SEA ISLAND COTTON SHIRTS nnd UNDERWEAR DRESS SHIRTS by MARCEI.I.A and DRESS COLLARS Handsome TIES (Including BOW TIES, Maroon and Black for Evening Wear) IDOL ANKLET SOCKS and Hall-lensth HOSE in many colours and patterns Da Costa & Co., Ltd. %  > %  %  '' &f I MMMH I III III IH" CELEBRATE TOMORROW WITH A TURKEY SPECIAL AT Goddard s Restaurant Si'- %  •# tram IO a.m. lo '2 p.m. E.XJOY Ol II GOLD BRAID COCKTAILS FRENCH ICE CREAMS / l-lai-tiurs



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THl'Ril'i a II I \ J, 1.S2 BARBADOS Al.VOCATE PACE FIVE OFF THF. OISTIN'S COAST then has been a decline In the catches of deep sea species (if fish. Very fenflying fish and dolphin were tirought to the market last month. Iins decline signifies the end of the living fish season which is near at hand and the approach of the Hurricane M %  Although very few boats have been beached, their owners are ponder.ng on whether to fiah or not. Every man is watching the other in order to get an idea as to whether there are still possibilities of catching more deep sea Ban i %  ? ]y ~ abwJl *'* nsnln boati so pound* in weights. Much of the left the Olstin-K mooring* yester. weighb. was supplied bv Mr day. Should they return with Harold Webster. Ooactl of the !" f?"" b ly '"' c catches, prrhaps Amateur WaghlllftliK Auocla'111 be out during tlon of Barbados, of the .... Th cr ha been n increase in Turtle fishing has now become the meml-,hlp. Mr. Webster and n me Mr. Edwin Rosteni, a Vlce-Pren,','!* t,cnl ^ the Asboclatioii. VIMI Ihc "e club regularly to supervise the all the boati the remainder of the week tie flshin tnportant featuie Otstin's llthing industry. the past few weeks Turtle Fishing Is Important Feature At Oistin's A Monkey Robs The Housewife GOVT. REJECTS CEMENT PLAN CiovcruuiM.1 tuvc made •bed by plloto questions Mr C E Tliu E D. Mnulcy Mi Talai* !id enquired m connection with the %  : % %  of a crmeiii plpnt in the lsUiid Tb reply is that Ut Oovsrmuent doa not consider too ViMM or tbo paUnUal Internal demand for cemem •uAcioDt to Justify tlie tree Uon of an economic slsed cement plant here. In reply to Mi MotUey who enquired about an made quacy of bu service* on cei tain routes tbe nsBUT %  ted that from time to time ropreeanuuon* have boon made to them regarding the inadequacy of the bua ervlcei on certain routes. These com plaints have been inveatigated and then )u-ufled tephave beeu taken to relieve them. A i guM mg jusTbefo^uSS? the* turV.e h J^ "J^T, *<* EK£ catchers have ample time to haul StalSSf^ fl? !?t?i2P IP "*S their nets and so save them from ST} 8 1 H ls of th< i IW P 0 ""** 8 being pulled away by the boats d v "' nd * training hard In Rupert Harewood has been the P 1 'i r -t"n for the coming compemost sutressful turtle catcher Mr. "Jack" Ashby of OttUnS, a City druggist, is also Inking a keen interest in turtle fishing. So far. every day this week he has arrived at work with turtles In the back of his car. They were caught in his nets. tare ol Nets Mr. Ashby said that turtle catching was a paying concern but a certain amount of time 178,150 Books Adults In A Shoemaker Awarded Issued To s ^ m > -^ Year K h.ori.'l Setfi lee Vi St. LeoMrda THE PrBUC l.im;ARY .mud 17H.15U books in the I and 61,841 buoks in the Juvfnlle 1 i ided Mai.!.11 J9.-1 Thi report si w% m part:i-u iff vm these mi on* to adult IU-.idqu.iri.-rs — Adult "• %  %  "Uh < %  *'• li p.irtiNcnt „,.,, r.^fie,, ^ %  it boitk* durm. the >• tram all i %  ti38 withdrawn Bl UnBl f"i furif1-odg.e Road. Chri.t Ch raatatflay awarded gus I Hll Ro ., Ml -I W B I'tuMl.l Appeal. Origln..i J Bob-A Job W. efe W as Success Lorry JJfulrnyiil By Firv 139 Friendly Societies Registered The Report of the Registrar of her Motor lorry T 213 was -_.. pletely destroyed when it caught *wefor I tire along Mangrove Pond Road, St. Thorn JK ;.i about 11.00 pm >II Tuesday. It was being driven by Theodore Jordan of Reeves Hill. St, Thomai $300 STOLEN t'endolyn Je'Ter* of Roebuck %  t. City, reported to the Fothat $300 was stolen from bedroom between 7 30 gjfl should be devoted to the care of Friendly Societies for the half year and 10.30 p.m. on Tuesday. were ended June 30. 1930, was laid jr. results the table of the House of Ajsemvarious bly^at its meeting on Tuesday. The Police are carrying out inestigatioiu. the net* if the best to be expaclcd. At Oistin's yesterday catchers were drying their nets The report states:— ^ c r\ in order to get them during the There were 139 Societies on the vjOrdon ror Uominicn evening. Register at the 3Cth June, 1950. M>. G. M. Gordon. OB F... Seine fishing is at present also No Society was registered (iurA.M.I C.E.. Engineering Adviser to S laying a big part in the IHnM of Ing the half year the Comptroller fot Dove! ie fishermen at Oistin's. At The following Societies were pnd Welfore. will Leave Barbados Mn| on Bob-a-Jub Wtek .'.: % %  ir .1 E i.Mftitii i th'fllll in th. pre' %  "de-pii iking a total IMUO nlimo-i ol important drawback t g.sV.5 a* comI' %  '* I ' 1 f, 1 Bob-a-Jit, U previoua w "* fc w " %1 .„ rni lalsmd CORunuBionai -nu tcaturei twid at i %  nd fujb iiwt%  Kimeniakw f ilng in. alfoii In iptl %  i i nine ruthrr than pnstp -IUIIK ih tMolu K lsllv '' ' %  %  '' dad QiUl [changed : '" ,K ,!l %  '" '*• imt'ln-can ba it h, I"' 1 upon i"i rapport if and artel I ,, i ... %  .'i pTOsH li tin in in Hi. rlgt m rfe Ul a idull %  '' %  -" %  '""> %  "i" li'-n.v i i tut (.wttu to UN |i '" "' Bootrti and tr< i i ill plrH ith whu i throw thajmaelvaa Into J i v. "n-ii I) ii"' alwarei MMlMa fi"' were clearly mantleatad. n t %  fall the d. mm.ts ol lhi a | pport latea thai n. i %  beii %  % %  • I moat l urM '" hand m The r lima fil !hp ""gelt amount ol $127. filing helper, i. "'" -"i" •< %  < '-"" I h' I i < Imitad l" meet TuUv T>c ^c "I tarmng the highest mtnoat dividual amount was Jo..ea of th. OJ arhom live i n the scattered Cathedral; liioap TQW boi I m and reniiP villages, and. glfo. as '".00. Ttie iireatest number ,t me of (he rtathms are e*tabJ ub " parfonned by H. S. G li.hed < n dislr ts that are not the t Harrison CoUoga, ItV an avort most oonvanlani In enable memof fl i day. Creditable am^uti make full iisc of them, were earned by Garrison S Uon is botna; pjhran to Scouts, *937. Cathedral Grw Dm tifl th.year 61.841 bookthe inade whera hooks n-ldcrcd su'.tablr lor %  i gh not aphfltlful \-earv warg racalvad '"d the donors In each cose gratefully thanked for '(.mi. Head.) nailer* — Juvenile DepHrtnuni 1.841 book ible to [mi Ml bil He said that ha ing on the left side .-' Hmid. Christ Church whan " 'icctdtnt OCCUrrad when Knmdin nenllKently drovfl and managed the lorry M-2S43 which he was driving %  long the same road, and ollided with him He and his i .y.-ie ware tnron a to lhi tiiuund and ha waa injured and nu Uereta d.^maferi. loyalty and chru. tun until i to DO. Bl a devoted miUhei This was followed bv the singing bl the Hymn "Afatda with Mc" and the Benediction" INTRANS1T ON "COLOMBIE" rha S.S. Colomble arrived It Bu nalarda) ti.im Martinique with Intl passengers. Many He claim..! thai rusmdJn bad ***** visited the km driven too dose to hi -' ll ClOUUBi from th.nvertaking him around a curve in atOfag the road and he was aksD driving ThColomble left 1 ter in tho .:, i-\ day for Trinidad en the 3rd July eeks' visit to Dominic WHAT'S ON TODAY Poll ce Con rta— 10.00 a.tn. Water Polo Aquatic Club— S 00 p.m. Mobile Cinema, Reef Ground—7 30 p.m. Police Band Concert. Queen's Park—7 4f> p.m. about 8.30 a.m. yesterday the amalgamated during the half year, large seine boat, owned by Lewis vn:— Fleming, returned to tho beach The Church Revival Band of with 175 pounds of seine fish. Charity F S. was amalgamat>d mostly Jacks. with the Holders Hill Scout F S. Fleming's seine nets caught a The Queen of Sheba F S. was similar amount last month. Yesamalg.imjted with the Olstin.s terday's catch was quickly Mutual Endeavour F S bought by waiting housewives. The True Shepherd F, S. was Other fishermen are hooking amalgamated with the Uon Duke goat ilsh and bringing them to the F. S. market. On the housewife's No application for registration menu, "goat" tish, jacks and was refused during the half year, turtle are gradually replacing tho No ;ociety was struck off th* much loved flying fish. i during the half roaT, The largest catch sold in the market la.it month was on the 11th. That was 1.994 pounds of Hying fish. On the other days catches were well below the 500 pound mark. The catches for June th.F vear ore, however much better than those for the same period last year. The new type of powered fishing boat which is being built by Corlclt Yard at Oistin's has reached the sta^e where it will now be planked. However, Us owner. Mr. Lewis Fleming, is awaiting lumber. As soon as he gets his supply, work on the boat will be resumed. The boat Li expoctod to be completed In tune for the next fishing season. Fishermen nt Oistin's are contheir meeting on Tuesday last, lemplating holding a "singing" in The figures for General and sanitation, and to glw memory of two Oistin's fisherCcmmunicuble Disease st.ted in by lhi men who were lost at sea during the report were as follows — lontinuc. the fishing season in the boat Diseases of Early sMkney wrr.' l^bereulaalo:— 78 and i DM Iw -I..-I i • %  i of 8.U31) book: i.t the cloaa hoi Itttd unfit tor iking a totnl stock in this dep.n lincni I tin>.-..i |JM a. iheae efforts it is hoped to eatab)-*h more fully t*>e usefulness of ihe IVpo*.i Stations. of in.' Speight*scheme during tho year, making Mrongly recommended that th ethod be used nnnunlly to BPH Headquarteis' Fund. 406 Deaths In 50 Due To Diseases Of The Circulatory and 385 taJton irt the %  • account of reaching the Blje inn making a total membership 0 6.622 -t the close of tir i UM stock of this depart merit supplies are drawn for th jun town itr.uu'h Library, the tw Government Indu-tml BchOO u.i ih. eight Deposit Stations. As it is n UM iiiveniie that Id %  %  %  apaclal attention must b* given t 1 tna MMCtlon .>t booka n ordar 1 1 enable the seed gradually to grot*. and dovolop. It bj m Ini %  tlut the main problem of this department li<^ Tinmarkets of Canada and. UH l' SA., frori Which 1; rge quant ties of book. 1 . lously drawn, .1" tloaod on account .>f cUrTCDC) Tlie iglai Coom kisBooai 0 served that in quit, g numptl 1 iscs Jobs were paid more th, they worth while in a number tin %  grossly underpaid This w, s School Libraries llennrtmrnt ' standing that the )ob ... %  to 1 Tins department begun to rumpaid a bob or 1111111111; nn i< Uon in October, 1040, under a UVg -( ""• nature of the Job (> li ^il s.lieme fin* the supply ol tho tune required to 1 pb U books to elementary schools. Ten Concluding his Raport, the I %  vhoob weubrought under the land Commissioner writes "I mini, total at the close of thi 2H schools to which books are supplied. During the year 1.011 new books were added to UM vtixk. making ,1 total stock of Kg at the C1O.IT of the) <.,r Books were issued to 8.135 children durng the year as com1 "i arnh 2.042 m the sl*rnontha i>eriod in the previous >er during wh.h the scheme 1 for the first tune h/if>nrt Licences \\ Ul B0 tssurti itiolUi nt Supplies state will As the scheme ittd as Its su itably test trial 1 'I'm is being, made t %  1 the oAV lancy of Ih verv importahl Hei..i tmeni ,1 I DISEASES of (fie Circulalorv were responsible lor hlgfaoal |ava| )%  lo 40G deaths in 1950, 15-ld*!. of the total death:., the Directoi of Medical Services stated in his Annual Rep-irl for igSO1 )! in i cr e*t' In thalr' bbraj which was laid on the table of the House of Assembly at hour" was continued us a weakly ut ilh 1 %  .', %  %  tsDN i'" UBUal entertainment was Kknn for the childn n. man] ol a hom wt ra gi 1 1 fit. 11 msideratioii will be gi ing lirtnces for importati<< Horn all KOUrcasj Ol item* win. %  !" n "" "^" u ",',"', ^"i"" OvlUbl) rest wth lb,. tVache'is u.elud. pollard, hnaeed. oilme 1 K?^S5!kl^^ff^ £?" *"< • r^poiisihlo for Kemg ^roundnul meal, alfalfa M.-i thr issue and return ..f th, hoofcg and their proper Cgdnl %  !> will I*. w.iu-hed will ea-re with a view to its incorporation Into the I'ubii. 11, civic., on 11 permanent basis. The statistical raootdsl that nrkepi tl iJ< ng cif the scheme are ludod in iho general statistics of the Public Ubrary 1 tho M tl i|>en market. In apilo Of (fall dlsiidvantag* ajfon sprouts, corn gluti grain and corn paoplt who wish he mp rtiiiion f *'iy of these mmlihes have to make |ppla %  •' to the ofllce >f the ControUai not l.dei Ulan 10 a. nn ,I„ly 14. protocUon %  Miss Pam. They hope, with the n sponsible for 472 death." ropronotified as against approval of the fishing authoriscnting 17 56^ ol total deaths. Total deaths were 85. of which ties, to keep the "singing" in Disease* r the < Inulalor* 5 occurred In residents of the Oistin's Market. Nyslem were responsible for 406. populitid area <>( St. Muh.H A Miss Pam. with its two-man deaths, representing 15.10% of limited number of beds are availtrew. left its mooring about two total deaths. able in Almshouses for isolation months ago. Nothing has since Infective and Paraaltle Diseases •>* tuberculosis cases. Co-oriiinbeen heard of the boat or the were responsible for 320 dcilhs ided attack on this disease by crew. reprtsentlng 12.24f of tolai Public H.alih and Curs Referring to the unlucky crew, deaths. vices Is long overdue I a fisherman told Ihe Ad vacate: Inlracranlal lesions of vaacal'r • irr available m Ajipendix XIV t" "Clayton and Bud.were good boys, orlaln accounted for 210 deaths, "ie Report which cover a period They were my acid friends and representing 7.18"; of total death 1 think they arc deserving of a These causes represented 85% of Diphtheria:— 23 eases with oM ""tssCfcann'. t n .t n,t^h .R, A ..f,i M l the deatt,% du to <"*• of the death were notified u against 14 „,..„,,, f(ir MtaVams last cawh amounted Nervous System and Sense Or'" to 185 pounds which she brought KB|1 to the Outin's Market on April Dlseaaea af the Reaplratory ;4,sI '<--|MUit|t IH'V III I .K. \hn To More 'V^xe* B5 For I'rofilrt ring Agent: A & S Bryden & Sons Ltd. Barbados nil Or guard) hM > kindly ln,itie ni1 ih.programme included I;)V ,„ Knglond due to in %  a Christmas story whieli 11 rU %  g y Q Blyall whl • >f the children, n mtisicid paaaod through here VCMorda) quiz for what, H %  ,K D -., t.hmM, .. <-d. Chr'stmas (-.. 1 ,, ,v 1... ,, 1 cR ,,. %  [,,„„, pupils of the St. Matttilas Hys' Schi-il and u song by a meiniwr Mr. Bryan who is „ waUln I "^ %  r Half. ThM n an riinmeei with Ape* (hid, i "'''' '••" ?t OttracUVOl) IOC ,. VI ,, r „ r three monthsholula. , '": '•":' ," 'I'M H was accompanie.i by hta Wtf< l-'oiii-yenr-old saltsmnn thus Hadoad ol Indramac Ouwl H I 1 ,t ('inn 1 h. .!%  yesterda. ordM 'I to pay a fine of i.5 ful %  %  pun rayon U> g eUfltOmOl ll N DM 'Oil instead of a| $3 46 peri yard. TinHue which was uni-'-' by Mr. C. W. Rudder. Poll" Magistrate or District "A", Is It be paid in 14 days or in detau one month's Imprisonment will hard labour. 25 last. A troop of model boats, 24 inches long, is now being built at Oistin's. The fleet will raco * against hoata of a similar size along the St. James coast. Corlclt Yardc's Sea Fox retained the championship when a series of Model Boat Regattas, sponsored by the Oistin's Model Boat CJufck were held recently. Severaf Kesld< 11U at Oistin's are not a* Mncelhod over world Ulf) arc 0VM a monkey which n. seen rcgulatly in the morning. This monkey, which moves swiftly among the trees. ive put in its appearance in the dis* trict a few months ago. Unlike the monkeys at Cherry Tree Hill and Turners Hall. Its tem 342 death;, were rfghtored. "wJJJJLi not notifliblc. the five types occurred during the year. Of the 1211 deaths caused by syphilis, or 4 8*; of total deaths, 70 occurred within the lirst year of life and II occurred from the ilrst to the fourth year Th'. re II 1 •niproved venereal disease services from whK'h ood dividend* can be OXpoctod l^proay:— No new cases wero reported. There were two do-t|is. To think in terms of eradication rather than control is not too 1 .•! na hides some of the daVcacles purchased by housewives. It la not unusual for a housewife to i.iseover that a pint of milk and a loaf of bread are missing from her dining table. representing 12.72% of total 197 cf these were due t.i pneumonia or broncho-pneumonia and of these 95 occurred within Ihe first year. Deaths from pilmonary tuberculosis and whooping-cough are not included in this category. Dlseaaea of the Directive System nccountcd fer 213 deaths, representing 7.92% of total deaths. <' %  '"'[ and Other Tumour* were the cause of 173 deaths, rapresentinii 6.1*". of total deathsMore detailed Information Is the Appendices to tho "rong a presumption. Report and special attmtiotn is TeHnna:— 41 deaths occurred irawn to the eight maji r causes „, a ^gy,, of tms dlsea se Of fled under the ht num |,er ^ were It 9. Free antitoxin and fn ophylactic toxoid continue to ne ,. .vaUabh 10 mMlcd pneSSS.,!^?^ §| Tne Iteference secti.,: ; very expensive England %  >w about 4 I during the" yenr, making i->tal of P*'"' 1 whlch stock of |f>5 at th,close Of Iho a •t a,l,m year. Meat which is very scarce still rationed, but recently, th-re Deposit StatHins has been u good supply cf fresh Th.i..re pawn DOpOah stavegetables. Uons in %  -h During the first month he w. Of the p.-iri'he.iof St. John. St. in England. Mr Bry n said th it Andrew, Kt Jboaph, Si Luej ind ,M '" weather was rather cold, but It -.as, and two In St Philip, started to become bright (hiring %  During the year 3,520 books wera the last month. I it-sit Sii/t/tlif v Hvvvirvdl Twinplen Sharpener* t liarette Holders Photo r-r-inir* Te* Strainers (.old (hhiride llUklet's lleliil Oil Chareaal Bis*'nits Sillllary Rlorkrltes A A WHITE -I LINIMENT f death cbu Intermediate International List Causes of Death. Thc:e statistic ..re shown for 1941 '50. Communicable Dkea*es Enteric Fever:— 37 cases ware ported as against 69 in 1949 der tne year of age. ( .......... Our LOCAL POTTERY . the talk of the town (.LAZED HANDMADE FOTTKRV WATER Ml'GM t4.4>0 t-i m it A iniKiui Ml (iS S 3-00 SET8 af POTTERV KNTREE DISHES S3.5 POTTERV LAMPS MOO POTTERV PLATES 2.00, 11.00 each POTTERY VASES S6.09. t*.M. J2.M 11.5* ASH TRAVH 4t> esrh HOME PRODUCTS DEPT. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street. lit OlVf**M IsT i nk, 111 la 4 Wiiltc at IS 87 Yd. •'Irlrmmvllm" This I. s v. material and rangr nt plan Mrvimbie art I. .tvallable In to #r# till, /—/s*IsV. — r !'i*.k, Silver. Champagne, Ecru, Lemon. & Id, U Blue, Tot Itose. I.. Boi le Hose and White — at $3.76 HARRISONS BROAD STREET-DIAL 2664 no ............ ......... .....a............ HOUSEHOLD GLOVES SKOL SUNTAN OIL &f KNIGHT'S LTD. ENJOY THESE nt ttrwtkUint — t.unrh %  Itin 11 < %  iShwarli Cieletlne—per I-as. pkt l.usbus Jelllrs (1 I'lavoars)— pit pkl. Koo Tinn.lu Sauce— l^e botUe Koo S.O. Marmalade—per ft-lh. tin l.tplim* Irenrh t'ciPrr-per tin Cl—Sssl I'ure (.rape JukrI ;r K-.ltli-M Sml. Bottle Ind PI I 1 Illl Jar ". • 77*. • i? Koo Tamiloe*Lag tins Drlrd Inn* S.ljd prr pkl II. in. Srrt Mu.l.i.l CWl. ,;.-, I)4nlsh Thick (ream—prr tin Kanrh Mtnerd (urned Bref—per tin ir.. %  ,. i. I.uurhr.iii it 1 Lost—per tin Brontr Ku-' It .r per 1-lb. tin -.UU.ury Oomoi Mutton—p-r tie. lluntlrv \ I'jlmert Dundee OasH— pag nn Huntlr> X Palmers Eruit (skr— prr tin Nrll.on. Nut K..IIper pk< lie— box or M P..tDe f.dr pgff UN Tate A l.rles Cube Sursr—per pkl. COCKADE KINK RUM NU .1 .is .a 1.91 UN .SI .34 Miiiislnlil ,'iinil iS. I!n.. I.!il.



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 3. lKt CLASSIFIED ADS. "' m r !" TO me PHONE 2 SO* OBD V IMt II M M| IW.J %  die Bam.do' Co-op C'Mum raatoty Ltd 11.luhrral Kill leave hla late me ld* Wet Jl 410 O'clock Ihlafterroan In* St Ann > thmrh EnH Mclni.i.h and children. Anita Blanch and Lilian TTiom*. outer* IN MKMOK1AM '•ill w.. n* !"!" of my de. !'uab*d rt-.,d B'llf^ T> -J July thd. IM (Win'ton i(nt n..i nni from IMP T.me HM anas 'he edge of grief. Tbeurn de.d h O-i-i .-I 'lull h 0" r-a n i : % %  beloved Uoiher r-"te-i %  Mg m i sir... for iiu-ie". no nicht She l> M*w. til not I l n our meit.orlea. ao tai and I Some d.i" well mtl our d..r u a i liVn • Wtta are n**d bar* John bW Mit sup-t-Lvuix*. run ciM* ndl Owner-driven HMO Dial MTS IJ • S-l I n i;iluai and ..I.I. : holll rt. Apply li DMI I*"' i NOTICE p b*g lo inform our Ojatotnert ant in'ndi thai our Provision DafMrtanaml •fill no l a—Bit I* eaari lo lb* Pub IK Saturday* Our nthtr Dapartn-nU M.I i e r c. .. A >-i SB—in IM Bl.lt S \l KS NOTICE AltllNl IIHOni INI1AHII I.VMtlNATIO* For Ih. .nl VHI bagl'inlng I ferpl. lflM> banatn-iiori for few. U the Allcene School -.ill be held Monday July m, itgg al t m at Scbaal. A|>p)M|lot>* loai.m. r -nil liDiMnul rrrllfleal** and Teotimonlat. Will bo \>\m Hnd-tilri up U rndav JulIS. Appiw-.iiona far ana o< more varan rt.umi.non Schniarehlp* tenabla al in. Mleync School, will bo rn.i.id by In. MaodanaMo* up lo Friday July l Candl. date* will bo aaaminad on Mondaj Mr II at 1 a m a M-J* aid of St on by RAFFLE %  apeatr: worai I %  V*. ,.„.. I-r Dill Ha ONK ill AiMt.n luo I Aualin A M Cnt U V. broil Co I %  Trlrphonr till. I UllJ-lIn Fennn of Boaton. U 5 A Thr I'i'd. IM 09. ha* bren arrl Tr... ..I Itxe Woirjiij-ilM* rai maiaad foi SI I pier %  Dell. Maad Mr. C K ON.--I WhIUhall 3.TM-1R HI:. AfflNH .>E-HEVTJ KLKCTKICAII (III KIM rocclvvd now ihipim v QikttwJd %  irnxl Aulomalir CM'-l-ti al % MifTri It ft, 1.10 lladiu Km15 11 IN. BOUSES Altnwtttp aUNdr llnjft. ceT.forta i-i.i balli. Oprn Vfi.n '..I ona peraon lor (mil Tlrpbena taas JUST AimiVKD %  !•,%  Do lin ii;nn-M*drtn IUdio-Onm> 'will. Oa. %  i.rd l-apoadCNand.i. Too I'i.kuf ll.-l> (-. rirvdlv Wprrlf.. in alUbi A "ml lad quaiillly onli 11P0I. P C H MAIKH a CO LTD a• ai r Iloipoin lined. •INOMtV' MaW Gard*n> Tin. fllh lha lanaai, irltpbono numbar "1"^ F.Vn.VM. POACH If Co.. LTD.. PIHK.ll St m I T U-l f ii of rut r.ij*i.. m inu.tiin* at piI iKTuV-n Si Apply A it • N Co M HIM I i.r I'Y* BATTERY STTRV-Jual a (a* lafl UArnn BAHIO cwroittuu ii f It li •. ..in %  .v n IM:HS.\.\I. %  K hncby warnad nj*in .... YAUEM1A 30MBI 'naa rordi al I dol nol hold mi M|| mpomitil* lot bar or i %  It aril ri ai.y a f-ilctdauo. K rUBMITilU drlda In m> a*in' uni. -.( VERNi: AMBROSC JONC < i 1 • i pwj varnad .itaim' 1 nrn-.Hri.na*-nac ll.illi <• %  I do no) boli : r hai or ai. ant >• aentrBii.i di bl ma. SdLIILE AjLMtlRONO v.. MB Kl Jjtii.-. ).: --n UIVLH.NMLM NOIRE UMAL slRVfcY OF Capita uf ituI > i rjor C. I. ii the CotoolfJ lacreury • OiUce at tne prloa of Jl.vin cacii. 37.W —Vn l>oui %  Ixiqifii') Adjourned His WUM.IV MI. L. W. It,;.. %  1 —X— District A", jt^ti'tday adjOUtWl unlil July 16 I i uiquUy _iiito Lh Lirtunuiattv b >i-nHiiii**TM/-hiilcitlli of Ail TiiTiburei of Frmi P. Si I'hihp AUU Kflna(in*-! .i the Genci i. on Jutlv 23, nilcr he wm rtct;uiit''i uuic lufftriiii brem Ui inch hiauntblnvd wh-hiwi. involviO in jn a-.ciilLi %  with A motor car on Hugftatt Hnl! Road, St. Michi.i'l. on June 16. A po>( mortem exarairmtii. was 'MTtormed by Dr. A. S. Cui' at the General Hospital Mortuat on June 24. Sirl. Haynes attached to Dis trlrt "A" r*olicc Station i.i con duct bit! Ihf inquest on behalf o the Police. Third Annual Rrnefit Show & Dinrr In AU of Tha CF. CH and 'T jnt'N-a BABY wnxABX I rAOIIF. ri.TNTCII Al MUM BAIJ-. liiiKol •The Star Buds School or HAM IM; • MIOCaAHHf i.vi'-irnr. r-iirr" Rand 1 MI H'AI I'OMJCDV with i I.I ... Ai cnoriiiM In Cm in A My %  •>•* %  a DANCR OF Tl TOY aotr.ltil Slar HudOwMl Armto i I TA1 I fT Danub" UK ta lludi i po Daara — i .. -it*lluda ; PABASOl. DAACC . %  BT SCENr. ilhalcbi Mr. : ii r\.\ El r; i:tr. Ntr.tiT Mi Com)hiinp. aO.U, Hud Buda l >T I VERY STAB .... r,„ Piraii' Lithl Slar Buda Slat Buda : > Madaina Inll and i ii,. %  Mr Jan.* Bxhlaa. MBS. Maalar -I I '.'rx.nl.. DIMIM. APtBB *HOW I prrrn'MkiOt Col. Sat I ho diratiion ol Capi lu.aoa v n r ih. folioa BaaW mm ii* u-ir ADMISSION $1.00 Show TlrVH_ or %  Tha Slar H '-.-.i-..,t %  .-.ii; in. i. ran pal M li anlMfua mail tldalxtard ola.. haaa M n U -i-.i. i -I. n < %  •VHtloi. d.lli alter .1 i ( .. .,i ......hi. II ,i.k.-i I"A Kavll' T 81— In LIVESTOCK i ix e* I Cat! I %  uia Brad Kolit'li ..Id. out oi ill. Prlnca Albail J W SmlOi Mlaha-1 Dill latl IMra Brad HolMam Call I.lllVOR LICENSE NOTICE ha atiplir-iiinn 1 Liquor Larenaa Mo 3 of 1S43 ii.nud la Jaa. Davla in raapacl of a board and • htnale "hop wlU ahadioof altathed al A leyne'a Tenantry. Buui Hail 81 Michael, lor peimiaalon lo uar aald Ligm. I icennr al aald prernlae. Bu.h Hall. *.l Mtcnaal Dated ihit i "lav of June. IBM 1 A Mr-LEUD Baq' V^'.,,-Mallatrale Dial "A" -.iBr.ad Wm I ACJABD. ApplK-nt, N B Thia applkallon will be con.idad al a Ucapalni Court lo ua halil al 4lca CouH, DM rid -A" tm mdar iha tn dai of JuV. Una. at u atw. ajn B A Mrt^OD REAL ESTATE AjnjTBY on Baa. Bl japM, T-w iW-lniill hwa iKh ha. ibaaa ATTII-*.|, al two n..i r "ieral bedroorm e. Phone Sft4 Punbiballa Dlv^ad hai dtnlna. n.-wlnj J-BUPBRT1BBShop a'.d Baatderua at T.a.lde Bd alandlna on 1100 aq It nd Water and UahU Inalollrd AIM-. Building. Land at Clapham rlr.-m.bl, iaw at Howall > Cnr Road Siaa la %  Id. back Bi x 11 Shad as a i, d can be ranted Alao il> Large "rfea Bd am £> %  l 2; Coopers Neck I SHIPPING NOTICES Broken The undarala-ned will offar for aale at 'ublie Coaaai l ilt lor, al tha4r orVr No 1 II Kh Sire.-!. Brtdawlown. an IT (Jar. i* aaa day >r July, laaa at I m m. fhe bungalow known aa CASVI1XE rHB the land tbaralo containing by adnaaauranwHit BMI aq ft illualo In >avy OardajM, Chml Church and ur.uinlng an open van* aouth and eaet combined i.g room. 3 badroonu. loilat, baaB • FTtMn Pa** 1 It Was while Mclntowh waa dig(ingt that they heard the main root give away. Mclmonh Hied to •W elta, the backUft of the fal'lng tree. He said he iinmediately ran around to where Mclntosh was and was on time to see hun (aluiut back inw the hole. He called for him, but he did not answer. Cutting aald they had both cxpacurd uuu the roots v deeper, but at could be seen I the uprooted trunk, there MOMTBgAl. ,1IHII ma 'HUM. lisp IINIill. m A M B i 'l %  GLOl'CBBTXB I -aL from Port Pirle May Hal, Dawaawort %  Hi. la>lboiirne June lth, flydney BUh. Brlabana July Kb. arriving al %  latbodoa about Auguat au> tn addition to ganaral cargo Qua vaaaal bat ample apace lar chlUod and bard rroaan cargo Cargo accaptad an Ih rough BUla ol rx (h,m and aw lipiuaill ETunk there ., pr-tt-yiS^ !3ft J jj tl,taf kwptng ii -p •-< The huge trunk l* about five to .nap^Uon dial 0 S^.J^ JSJ* !" *'' "<* * rther parurula/fl and condition. oTTT 00 V 31 !" the scene and who _Ja apply io_have had Ui do with weights cirrTLr CA TTOBD a co 3D %  n m [e.stinidle that it would weigh abou; aiTa"TirtBI foUr ' flve lon Mclntoah had been accustomed doing work of the kind, and lacr.ved from Ihe Govt .In-BxoeuUva Cornrr.lltao 1 wlU aell U.e leapactlve apota by public com,. UUen on Thiiraaar next 3rd July tha ilia wing — One II i double pooled oodan building at St Donlfacr Junior School at 13 o'clock, and al St Lucy. Ji ..a' and Otrla' achoola one m wood* building at 3 p m Terma alrtttty caah DArtj A Beott m-t Aucttanaar. WANTED "National Ca*h Monk Kecpini M'( *pcrator with prevluu. r>p< i < hefoie 1.1 Auguat. IB0J Apnl. In peraon with wrllten %  ppthalloii i '-,.ri-r>. Dov-d.ng p.tale. MISCELLANEOUS ce Hold* diploma a. llconce with rral vejra' rapannwiWllle LC J i Advocate IT.aw—da COATS li Hanaan n.u fiaah In ml Irathwailf, Gaidei load, SI Mlchaal MECHANICAL POULTRY i-i..i; .'.< ',vi.. 1 Dw 110 eg! old. On %  ke Th.idock. SB! 00 Indlvldui rakra Bavcn dollar. Ducka Sta do: li. On View rild.ii atli to Sunil. in pm tosaopm li Peawlea. Bayleya. St Pl>llii< MISCELLANEOUS lEHtAU. snirdrted Wh— liikaa. Ootmeol. All tln.ii A Ol rin. W V Pl)BD 3. Bo il MM* rnt'iT IN TiNS.—Paan. llWad I'liieiipplr. rrunei. C.uava k St Dial %  H kind parmlaalon I will aril .,.—.—.,. — ... — —_ MJ _, Mcbvaarnay ft Co tiaraga Frldar had previously felled trees for hi. Ona BIA 1 Seat-r Sedan Car enspaQyen Hf-llerf .K.. working Order Term. Caah B „._!??' „ ""_, If ll *d the tree win. McKanria. Auctlonaor ^ 7* h lha following .1.1 rubber.. Pedal*, rump tnp con ..,—. roxiar caatnga Bl a IHi DunBwncle). Spannni. BrwMVrre*. Man. UUrta. ataoaa. .,.'I„.il boon, Bladder, imull -lii kBraid, ke Cream Powder. Bul%  iU, Bxua Strang. and many othei i Tarnv Ca*. Sale at 13 10 V1NCT.NT OBirtTTll 'Auctioneer! Ki>*d.ter. tir*n 10 years to 14 months. His eldest ciuld. a boy, was due to sit an Bntiance Examination to Harrison College to-day. Of hw family hid father-lnwas the first to arrive on the scene Other relative!, on learn of the accident rushed to the spot and later his wife and some of hei latlves arrived by car from the luxury. The shocking new* had taken unmediate and heavy toll m the wife, and by the lime she cached the scene she was in an Imost complete state of collap**. She ws-* almost Incoherent, and when sympathisers endeavoured to keep her from viewing husbands body, she wrung hand* and snapped her nngen despair. LOST i or. MI LOST WHITE DISC 'I *<>• KUndald %  P %  i> I...S! between Spelghlitown and I'M.lgetown Pindar p>a* return to \.MII.Rock. HtpdaburRood or dial ^dl Car U-3T47 3 T 13—tn T'dad Boxers On Way Home A'Cighl 1 testing etRtit SVl PIJ3UENT VOII iM'.MI i irrUsiON Ohla.f %  II part.cul-1. froT„ the RKniPTt'Sli),, SU-e l I M fi '1VE LX.1.IJVII.S t.i ixii Kadlllu.lon for I na In oncalendar mr k OH KALE MISCELLANEOUS RKCORI) Juat Received 1 ong Plavm| %  lypaoa, r.i %  L-.I %  it.. rt liUo K %  i Mildred Al-ell. Tad Heath. Hilly rotnn Arllatal Wm Tog irtv Ud-.i Ltd 11 St—tu RBCbxm a % %  1 : %  1 S3 1 %  li cilon B %  paH | 1 pick aat> Tt-iP w .i %  •hona 3BT8 1JJ! Bi. BATaTt—Cropa Back In Oaaai. Dlua u-iiiiUi : • ..'... ui. now lo tha Dallp Talegraeh .i .1 leading Daily Newapaaor ad* Ktnt in Barbadoa by AH only -a raw re after publication In I ninl.ii Con riNNBD MEATS Lunehaon Ucf. TOOIA Hand DrllU Hand % %  II. II... to SMn Back Saw id lain Compaa Saw. 13m I I Slovea Spirit Levrla Sin | %  BlU. Plvan ilh Mitre ft I.-..-I %  HI. Claw Hanunai.. Ilia.hr. C D JOI HI.DDU.ti UtFT ad No-cord lion H-I .eddina-glll allo-ei NEW TUG PUT INTO SERVICE The nnv Mg Lord Uillothb. ,iit riiKi'ie TriaU in C.n lisle |i,iv oil Thursday, Mth Jun. 1952. The trialsproved soltfBctory and the tug ha* ne w beeUS. Aif Force Chiefs Meet kaasBB. For turtbar parUanlara apply— M "Mil W1IBT OO.. UTB., I Bis I it a ii v ajsj DA MIMA a in iii, CACIQUE DEL -ci-v' C-r.o -i.d LaarU. — „. and ." Date of SaiBng la be notHI The U V CAlUBBEt •crept Cargo and Paaaenajar Itaimmica. AnUgua. Mania i Bl Kitu Data of ln# to be nolldo it B.W.L it ao.i-.SB ASSOCIATION IINC. Coaaagaaa Tala. Na. I >0awjc r '.'.'.: ',',:*-'.:'.: •,*.*ss y^Mcoa SiwuMpCo. NEW YORK A STEAUBN taSB 30 Jfo a ii l.aa NEW ORLEANS CANADIAN SERVICE • HI IIIHIII V|i -TLNrHA•TIBTA% %  Al£OA r-oiNn.n %  A STEAMER%  A BTBAMKa-' SUBTBBIM Ml Ma.trral ArrlTea BarbeOaa May itth May )in June Itlh June :ith Jta lain June Ulh Jaa* nth July asm ROBERT TH0M LTD — NEW TORK B GFLF SERVICE Apply:— DA COSTA at CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE NOTICE CLOSED FROM TUESDAY FOB STUCK TAKING RE-OTENINCi FRIDAY THE 4TH Till. 11 \IH\I IMI'OltllM Corner Broad and Tudor Street* are buying at THANI BROS. Gigantic SALE While and SATIN. Yard Coloured wide. Very Soft Quality 4-*. COTTON FUJI JT* all colours 59c. SHARKSKIN W S1.M GREY MIAMI SS" fl.te TOKYO. June 30. new devgl^rnefit' Mepped up Airways appeared In the making %  siting delegation of top U.S. force ofUcers conferred In Seoul with Eighth Army Commnnder Oeneral Van Fleet. The delegation headed by Acting Air Force Chief of Staff General Nathan Twining and Under Secretary of Air Resell Gllpatrki'.l at Seoul Monday accomthe West Indies generally • From Pajre I rexl MX months Pompey boxing for ihe Cruiser championship nf the Wo that Adams will be c< the British Empire heavi title. AithouaTh having no inta-nuon of nahtink while in Trinidad. Mr. Burns say*, "that does not that if a good proposition Is given me on behalf of the boy Trinidad that they will not fight" He already has news that an American promoter is interested in running a show in Trinidad featuring both Pompey nnd Adams, and he says, "If this comes nff I will have to cut short my %  slay which ends on 5th August .Hid letIt through." Pompey and Adams plan to remain in Trinidad until September, and then they will return to England m time for the season which commences towards the end of that month. A big reception has been planned In Trinidad for these two boys in recognition of what the have done to place TT.'.nldad atii the ponied by Far East Air ForccM i'oxlng map of the world, and the Commander Lt.-Qen. Otto WyPolice Band will take partland. Six Ma]or Generals from —. %  Air Force Headquarters in Wash-] In I OUfJl With Barbados niglon are also Included in the. CoaurUl Stntion There was no Official indicn. h *lrt^e-n*no-" coVmunkte" d -i" lion Of the nature of the talks but ; ih. following "hipUm>..*h their Bar it was speculated that the Ait ,•** %  Coast luti !" —i_. Force brass II conferring on the ,'%'gTff'r.,lTTXfl f' type of Communist targets to br iinguay t Sun Rove. %  • Phiirwa.ittacked following last week' Phait a • Tacoina SUr. t LapontU ,,,„lrovo,s,.l ..utl on Ihe Bed, \ £ .TSkXL. 3"S5£. Y.ilu Rivtr Power complex. I, Alcoa Planter. %  i. Alabama —V.P. %  iidrtai Quebec. .. Dolor** 11 ABBA DOS CHANCERY SALE The undermanuoned property will br Die data epaclfled below If not than • %  Friday al tha tame place and during tha OB epplkauon lo me I ,g> for aala at the Raguir.ilion OrTc ..up aiu] > P-m. for the turn and o || will be • up On each auareodlr inig houra until aold FMU pariiculai MtlXlCENT WAtTinC anil AllTilA CLARKEDefend an W acUng hateln by D-Arcy Augu. I'HOPr.RTT ALL THAT certain plec. Road in tha pariah of s n>meaauage or dwellinal 11 and alngular rrtfUN Ihe t I land erected and buHl Michael In thlt laland conUining b) truer flMha pervhe. or thare.ibouU abuinni Jh on landa of Albaitha Pair-c oti land' Thomai and on Eagle Hall Boad atoraaaij .abutting ird bounding Tiai'tlu-' wn* ,Mho..ae Ibacoon calcd "Ejara ildiaas rdlng a I %  nd batng with t I aald pain-l Liiun' ptiice. £i5oo o o DATt OT SALE ISth Jul> ipsa wn LfAJfl ^rar-ii'-Cbancat). 30th Jun*. isu. IT dl-dn 1 M*>i Debate Tonight %  That the powers of the Legislative Council should be curtailed" will be debated at Ihf I bly Hall, Speightstown, to-night 11 8.00 o'clock. Opposing on<'• rther will be Mr. F. A. Smith and r L. A. Williams, both Bsr%  rs-;it-I^aw. Anni\mnry Ser\ire B .. BfBMBBM ^nittiih Diamond Lodge *. a M to iheir TTII ANNI\ritS\ltY • '.'. %  IIAU. Bay Street a I 3.3* F.M. Suaday. i.th July. 1952 THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY LTD. 0'*e*,*e<^*,-,-,%-,-,*,*,*^ ',-,-,-,0----'-'-*-'-0--^*,-,%'.*,'.'---'--,-,'--,-• SAVE LABOUR MONEY TIME MASSEY-HARRIS ATLAS L0ADIR The Super-Sii Atlas front end loader is one of the latest developments to make farming easier, more productive. Full hydraulic operation and perfect balance assure the operator of simple control and instant response . makes continuous loading a pleasure instesd of a back-breaking chore. Attaching and detaching operations lake but a few minutes making the tractor readily available lor other work. Five atuchments are available with I 4 yard capacity; they easily lift 1000 lbs. to <>?-ie*t in 0 seconds. Maximum capacity is 2000 lbs. See the Super-Sii Atlas soon 1 (OliniSV GARAGE nillll III THOM LIMITED. DIAL 4616 %  BB-SBBBBSBB-RwBa-aBB^ NOTICE A.WCAI. AMTMT ALL PERSONS bwtaf ACCOUNTS agnin.1 il.iCorponllnn .re mpmlil lo b.. ood onoutlh lo vnd them in. md> up lo Ihe Mtfc ol June. a% soon a. pos.lMe. THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. V. SMITH liener;.! MinBRer. %  I IMM .?f=^^tsM^as^EaB3BBl FIRST FOR LASTING WEAR houeantU44t *"UU. -awV GOOD/ffEAR g BBS SSSW CITY mm TRADIiMi (:.. Ltd.-A^n.



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THUISDAT, Jll.V ::. 1932 HARUADOS ADVOCATE I' U.I SEVEN HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS 8t GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS %  : %  -* BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS ME BRAKES APE BAD*M' THIS GOV4A Si,' A 0AL> BOCA" * /****AT S TUS 1 ..v 0)1 HU>* .' l jTO THAT BPkEL> V CAff** WHAT'S \ yxjo NAME r WHEN A COLD STRIKES,, STRIKE BACK FAST... l if USTERINE ANTISEPTIC m i:\r.LisH IMI Itwk. AMIKK \N \ +OO W fM 0 &f &f ** % *-'.'.'--.',-,'-',*,-.*,'.',-,'.*,'*'*W-*-i ^ LODGE STONE WORKS CO ** A large quantity of \ in Milbroken Hint alone. N all *l*e*. mltible lor Road or \ l .nl onitrurtton and/ar \ making conrrrlr blacks, ar •> anr other concrete atmr; lurra The Co. abo under> N take the i..ii.ifiiciLm of *; Ilnttti. and Varda by ron\ Iracl. or auperrtaton. I IlLsl 245. I KFITII RAYSIDE N Manager LHWM Aa*Uaptk kill, null— at Stem* on throat tatfmm.. keepa tbea* from nrtinf aerious trouble. I her, at the lint lign of cold, USTERINE AIII.M |MU. lull Krcsgih, early and oftenl M TESTS OVER A. 13-YEAR PERIOD, DAIIY USERS Of USTIBINE ANTISEPTIC HAD FEWER COIDSI • TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH Clearing oul out MW stock of shut gun cartridges.— 12 GUAGE EI.EY—tll.es per IH NET l\BH HIK do-tilt out rrdurllana .n .11 ll\Kim \ltl ITEMS. JOHNSONS STATIONER* and HARDWARE IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only SPECIAL Or FIJI* are now atailahlV at our Irramrhrw Whllr Park. TwaadaMo. BaiilgklalBiiai !" d S w sircri Usually Now I —t..., • Buller— III.. Tins H Gl .74 Sweet Corn .. .41 Dried Fruil -. ,l ,,l ]l |'k t :ia Brer: King! .. .26 M .21 Srh'MjrU Mustard While Pepper—-'-or.. Pkg*. I.rj-Pcrttn Saure —I.. .M %  .ea-l'ertTn* Saure— S. SO ll..llirukK Saner—I* II.ilhrook* Saure—S I hull"y Saure 55 I'rpprr Saure lofnalo Ketchup Inriniii Krtrhup ( %  tern I Mi. I Chutney Salad Hfjin .50 .5X M mine D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street THE ( II I \ \ A II I GROCERIES Thm t'U.r.. II #...• %  lour Hollar Oaat Further %  '.'.w.v.-.v,v,w.-.%w, w .-,w.-.v.v.w^^^ USEFUL ITEMS.. Baby Gift Paper Birthday Gift Paper Wedding „ „ Cellophane Paper Birthday Gift Tape Wedding „ „ Baby Shower „ „ Gift Time Dressing ox SALE AT ADVOCATE STATIONERY lino yii STHEET CHALLENGE TO THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN hy Till; KARI. OF I.ISTOWKI-. P.C. K UVI.K I ARI.IA RITA HINDIS COI.IN IIITail'S \ I Mil A S I'AMI'lll.rT n -v.v//,'.',v/-'.',','//.r.v//.v, ;;'.;',:',',;* • r \t,'SS r r ','.-,\UU* r '.*.'S.'SS*U**'**SSSSSS+*SSS& totl



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Jttoottt ESTABLISHED 1895 rilUKSD.W JULY PRICE F1VF. CENTS Speech By Alexander Raises Storm In Commons Churchill Savs Bradlevl Was Consulted Before House of Lords Report LONDON. July 2 OltlTIM! DEFENCE M1NISTI B Karl ftlimlw declared in A private \peech Ihnl he Mould IKliuppicr to see mon* rear TV cs in Koreu and his words raised a not he i political MM in nNMMM •• W Am day Agr Labour le. triers demanded in > uiii an immediate cmcruenc < debute on the fact thai Field Marshal Alexander yaw "secret" tacts lo a rluh meeting on Tue%da\ nighl lhal he did not report lo Parliament. lH B Morrl— H MggMtad insie.ni I., I i P ,\ wished to press the dispute they %  : I t'ensui' aiMin-.' tht Churchill agreed Mi fi ( %  %  tnci DeTence Minister Emmanuel Shin well %  Clement Attlee *Churchiil during his defence t!iat Alexandei did not mention weak'i vi when ne reported to PnrUejm his recent Korean tour on Tuesday because he was re ed not to. by General Omar Bradley. Chaiimm ol the American Joint Chiefl Ol Staff. Churchill first explau %  ii.. I HA4.MIV AT S ill lit II % III ..%I.K that if the should put lifneii! ai.i. Churchi to private .nvitatiun .. %  bet* follovrad The Pram ter said Alexander told IM Canada Out) lr an Impromptu speech ihnt mere ire emkngsj In Korea, one of MBjJd not Ilk* tn mention Th* spee--^ Tuesday night f..ll..*.Yalu botnbinif i. i men! anil Alexander** report. When members of the audicn %  • %  cried nut 'whv nut" Church i 'luoted Al" i-auae It I t at a matt r %  CH Slim Thrin "II the Chinees rtteanfrt i I scale offensive they will ptoetnl tlie front lo a depth o( | In some place* but 1 believe in I uwiug to the efficiency of tnc Eighth Army and Uatil they will be able to bring any offensive to a hall." Other weak%  tease* which' Alcxai.au men* Honed according to newspapci Windstorm Hazes Chile's Food Crops ARICA. Chile. JuU | A windatoroi "i lua %  V MI %  p Ike*. i..shed the Norih%  %  destroyed communications. %  ii'stimatnl are %  s The atom %  %  lefBa ptanl i H -.f corn, |.n'.it tomatoea. *ugar cane as wen i %  moves In Aiav.i %  paea. Reports said Lluta Valley hi the same province watt similarly lash-' repot is were lack of air camourd ^^ lorm .nu,, !" ,,^ Art( .. | nage and the inexperience of \ M p„ railroad schedules when i many front line troop* btcauio „, m e points along the Urn of rot*lion. covered with ewth. The wore %  seroe j inuen —I'p Lord A.exandcr used on the spur nt lh Ol in .'i public speech and not that %  they affected military security AhfU'nt VlfitlluTs, which in my opin.on they did /U,SU % %  %  % %  % %  %  not Churchill -aid Alexander took thi> precautjon of referring, points of hb M-p.ni % %  the Ho 1 1 ' -., and Bi.idli.-y had repln I prefer that nothing be Korean rsflStveB Bradley thought %  ii.i intateaaenl In %  % %  form mlehi be gftlflCOfl. implyiiiL! igrtoUB Inadf reserv In its original form I* might be Interpreted a" Impl.vltut that 'here ire virtually no rein consequent! 'h Interchange, Lord Alexander omitted from hi public speech In the House of I^ords nnv reference to reserves but • he thought to n prlvnte pathe 1 ing off the record, he made reference In the form which 1 hn*• read to the House of Common*." U.N. Debate Will Go On Despite Russia's 50th Veto In Council's Life UNITED NATIONS. New York, Jui. I RUSSIA SMARTING under %  (tefeutt in the United Natior > in the nerm warfare piipa* ..1 -' Ira Uniitd l "' the Security Council today 'c .l.iroh Mulik ancnly told the Council voaterdi 1 "will nol participate bi the debate" 1 d Siataa demand for Red Cross investiKation 1 gee that United Stetai %  used el weapon! In Korea, and warned that 111 the end he would v't> the proponl. Despite tfalrk'i notiei ttial the SOth vet., m the United I s.M Kletor) would kill any possibility f an imparUal ibowdown towatigatteei nn inc poi in Korea. until will proceed wirVi the de*j et ;iutt p.n Hi' r .r.nounceinent followed ihre* defej Soviet propagandii lr the 9eeur)l| TOP LEFT: Show Mclntosh' iody wliore it fell aftar buuf itrti TOP RIOIIT Picture -how. tn un trunk of Ue which -jtifkl !• BOTTOM LEFT A croit* uction of U)# larfa crowd oiibiie t> nOTTOM RIOIIT Three Poll-men battle d-uciaUly to shut gal eaf picture at Uio left. "V Mic trunk of tha tree. 11 Um a* he tried lo pull Inn. i'oop<>rK<' y*rd Iryiiut to lain admit' 1 .tm-ii watf iirtiin eonatautly mrcd out of the hole •inwoe of tha tragedy pen by the MiirglnK crowd TH bl Harndeas Churchill said h v thought the statetnajoj to be Imrmleas. "The ircumstancea of the occasion and the use of the word "lecrec nave invested the incident with %  in air of mystery and sigmncan< which can only be removed by full etatement such as I have matter a* %  '<> ,I *' ndded in .onciusion that the mobile reserves of the Eighth Army harliBarhadl "inee l>een "substanti.illy inrrei ed" by troops used to restore ,di>. has order at Koje. Churchill and Shtnwell were immediately involved tn a hot %  %  When pressed by the other's questions the Prime Minister muttered Insulting). PUSLN, July 2 The National Assemblym %  supporting Syngman Rhee in Ul Ugh, tor popu.^r President i 1 ledions voted to Jik for J pul>< i.und-un of absent mambei • Kiuhiy-Mx Asuembly mcintMreejUSSted the police round-up vote taken during a seerSpy Pleads Cooper's IVeck Broken Not Guilty ^ s Tree Crashes Down HELPER UNHURT LONDON. July 2 William Marshal] 24-year-okl radio operator who coded a mea%  pleaded not gutter to charges that he handed over secret inform J oon t' guial m dlpl mat In i*> afoi Maratiall's trial is set for next Wednesday July h Apt I SB ol Uili Bend hi* police looking for ttv v *w wr "a pu :i xe prejudicial to issemblymen, ^e sarety" of the state he gave More than 40 Assemblymen *','"<<' boycotting sessions and at le, •• ^ he Sm-iet emlwssy in Briusin 25 others arc missing or In hldn ab-iul Britain :.;.loAbeent assemblymen are prever • mac wireless kervic* which was uuj the vote on Rhee's Govern"calculated to be o, might be ment to change the South Kore directly ..1 in.iirectly useful constitution. I any enemy." (hi pace S. GRANTLEY McINTUKU .. Coopei >l Braggi Hill, Si Joseph, was killed insUmtlv yeaterdav iiniui 1.45 when a huge tamarind tree which In.in ihviCotton factory* CooperIs< Church Vtuagi both these men worke-i era. They wenfelling l which had been given lo then DO their own behalf. Mi II V. Alkins, Manager ol li Barbados • Itee CoUaii I actor} *aid that syhea Lo past few %  Bl U p er's trade slowed down, the laanagement, In ordithing foi the men to do. and al %  time in an eff-r the yard In order to get more .pace, fhe> decided to give these •Wo men the tree pro. d Experts Will Discuss Civil Aviation I. 1 .,.. LONDON, Ju 1'i.liiimes to in. 1 in. i.-f %  ill be ii> 11 il c'oka %  1 %  %  .'i t. 1 C.L.C. Protest Vduins' Detention LJetenlioi On pase 3 LI> Own CvrfiMitfml' JAMAICA. July 2 1 of Grantlev Adams political Laboui New York last Thursoern protested to the Secretariat of Uie t'anbbear Uibour Congraas. The C.L.C. todaj sent lauers to Preatdent Truman .ind the United States Consul General in Jamaica protest. n* the %  nd dasn action as an Insult to Caribbean d'-mocracy IfOI lie \1I.M. II \>IIMf the West Indies, both >f whom in 1 Iwelve-montns 1 tour of England scored note-worthy sin 1 put the West Indies on the boxing map of the World. 1 BSSed tin • -lerdav with their Manner J* k Burns on the &&. CoLeeaaia on their way home to fil 1 holiday Curing then 12 months in the .Mother Country, these : [rr* from the land of the HuniIminf Bird, turned m grand pefmpey fighting un defestsd III II < ontaats. II if which he WOO mid the other Ii. drew with Jim Siade St* n D f^eaati irn fre'"! •\< Id 1 %  • losl May ITrrOSX under government's erachthe Carnnsuni • Snmf parllamenUi'v ebst i*^ed government wouhi cose rather tha: ibly on the question of -IP ni "i ti ri turn "i Development BOd WVllare Acts. 1 iibsluntlnl nun ... 1 Bv lir ^ \ d Avi elopment In nlei %  itSd il ttie veai ending Maul %  r... 1 otonlal Civil Aviat 1.11 %  %  Mi •!•.• ". 1111 hiding Aiiiimiutlr.i ..I Airport %  1 %  This it the largi in any year BSt 1., to( .I imounl 'or this purpose Since %  %  The BrH 1 runeat at Cat Importance to the r I I • It il Avli Althougj laanda ha* lp It Is till a will di the !" %  1litv of ,, A via t foi %  Lars s of In. 11 !|.< be heldj since tb( BOd of the war had been ealleto tiring colonial experts up tdate oti the Ute*t development Civil Avintton. particular^ rTecttng jet .iircraft rtsprseantatives or the Mm sir Uas Mml-tr-. ol Ibe A 1 Mm.itrv and d • Reaafdan onu. 1 M I XI— I..1 N...I 1 olonial bV 1 re 1 Kopkln on MlfMStST of Htnte for the Colon Is %  • Ii I. 1 rnsn Raee Begins lifter Delay HCRMl.'DA %  HeadH-1 %  -. KQCiatioi, Yacht I Tha race started at 2.10 p. m. Daylight Time Instead -.f %  llurtr Jr to take on ire as his refrigerator was out of order Weather was squally with wtnda 1 %  •aching 27 knots and yachts got lagged sUrt %  %  in N 1 %  4 t IfimnierI I'-onderooo Uv renr. • -. were >ix enCw sea ma wb Foot Porfdfriwill leav' Bare uda rt the vnchti to cri I'.asi GennaD Police Arrosl t Americans BCItUN, Jub %  %  hotuBjrapl 1 .... .. rmanj to I I I %  • 1 ms on ,, ... (strict Wa %  B> • %  %  %  bloat W Wl . 'ii 1 in. n l>. had on oaving rtfles mm for< i.mil "T lo whli go wllli theni loerli .11 n priest iimtad Stni.-. .luthorltiears Bid tin, ven tneeetlgatl n Council Afler using the pre*denea fw mute than %  • week u> ... %  II for all countrig tn ratify U> "i"i warfare aa •d last Thui dai M.ihk'*nw""">"i' \< .( %  > BaaWpsd io emssi Unite,! Stele* aril IM not n I Treaty. The KU no) mem >>A sudi ss the droll taken I > • leiegaiiAndrei A Oeomyai i lo seat Com-niinut Chun, In place cf Chine*? u v.r Truce Talk8 POHI|>OIMMI PANMUNJOM, July J 1 X|>ettidly .ill >l • dl] i-.spOlienM'nt In 1 Immln n I .ll.llll IS '.!• UMini-IIMi 1 Tmlatstpimeiuent .tun %  %  Ri (10.00 pin R.D.T h>dJ -r-niniably wanted DVM I %  1 el the armlstli, ions. It was behaved, here lhal onununlst negotiators sent Hal ison'h stalementa to a high* 1 11. palplng ... bv ow—for furthei study snd ,,ri v 1 p Jamaica House /Han Changes JA..1AICA. July 2 IThaeain In .lamaleo's corutitu1 uadBI ty leader Norman Manic) LesdBI demanded mat th< House reject th.pfOpnenls us contrary to Jamal-an feSsirs and demands 'nd form a trnttad non-l*artv Front to move Immi.liately for the aChJerenient of full self gov-rrimorit of Internal affairs by next year The nebnte ci.ntlnueji tomorrow travel Gunard Appliciii'd, B-AlLan M '':i-*sagea tn EnKland rlunni; 1903 h.ivo already reached imprrdirto'l ptvali Those who contemplate tD make their %  ppUeai madl 1 RAfiTBOUND Accon a g %  %  Ai 001 % %  ..liable %  Choice t Seven luxurv hnrr: dcrri New v irk Chafe *'"i> linerftom C.mnd.i tr U\TKS (including plane Faret) lp From C100 (Tourist I eiZfl (CrsSin) R1SB (First Class ) l'..\nble in It.W.l Ciirreiuv lhrouh — HANSl'HELL LARSEN & Co.. Ltd. \|i'llls TMK


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PAGE TWO CaJuJb gatting fc\KH.\IMJS ADVOCATE THUBSOAT, Jl 1 -V x lt5 V \1 MEHIVALE AUSTIN. el and Mr M'iiv.1,tustin o: Waterford." HaMingi ppointed Managei c. Thomn-. i" Canada Lid ihuc Innes P>*;>ck. Editor of the Canada Indie* Year Booh. M*)'i tustin has a lib the Black Watch IRIIH > siii.J!38 He nun-led Alison Hope, daughter ind Lady Hankcillour. a small rauajhters ore ring with then b i and parents in Barbados. Hawaiian Businessm-n A vengers making %  use on th. Si Iniiuii which i from Trinidad were i f< on.n Haw -iian busi.1 id their wives headed by Mr. TV ma* Hore. ;-iid a visit lo the city -ind af'crwards went sight seeing. toM H rsaesflettni cliff, si John*! Church, Bun Lord's Castle and the Crane Golf Professional VII! AND MHS. H F,. I.HISLKY rTMumt please am more lor tin 00 DOfC" Of 1Kb ><• ckle frniKl Umrigar 'Ivnrr ftsdkar und til-: i Ah -wt Transferred V/TR. M A CAMPBEU-. form.-.. Venezuela wh( were It) IlarliadOi IBM ure now n.uk again fur tsvi bolHaW. They arri\ •: i i IJM • k-t nil by BWIA ml .ii. Staying >t Caerabr Hotel Mr Bristoj %  C.olt Pi — %  '<> day Maying d t the St C, S?,, ,_ rcnc "olil, Mr and Mrs John Their daughter Virginia who Parker of Georgetown British has Just compltted a three-year Guiana have now atme'to Trliu' Mr. PariTr "left over the Distribution SuperinUndent of IP.Power Co. in Bermuda, is n.w on his way to British Guiana to take up a similar peat. He err ved terday morning by the Cs d aibte from England where he had been on sut months' leave and left later in the afternoon by the opportunity for Trinidad. He was accompanied by his wife. Mr Campbell told Carib that Barbados had a good shopping centre as compared with the other iMunds he had visited The street* *ere clean, the people were well clothed and he noticed no begging on thr streets He was particularly impressed bv the policemen directing traffic. They were extremely efficient. Photographer on The "Colombie" M R RCX;EH CHAUVET of Paris who haa been working in the s-s. OlooiMe tor the pas'vcnly moiithi aa photographer lold Cirlb yesterday that he liked — .. mi i his job very much It allows him r'AHLANE of Kochraier, New ti. see several place* of interest York, left for Antigua and Puerto n the trip and he takes a number i cu on Monday by B.W.l.A. on of photographs of the various her w.,y back home after spending lolonles which he keeps four months staying at the S' souvenirs 1,-wrence HoSel PHor to joining the ship he Spent Ten Days *•• mpioyed with Harcourt Lo-d* Mr) After Four Months jVl"*. %  -'' %  !-? A -? ETH MAC hta job "very much P u A n ER "Pending ten days' iir.n> r\ ,|,y staying at the St. ... which Is supposed no "largest photo studio tarries s staff of eighty photographers. coursV studying Liberal Arts at m^uT/KnmXS ove'/'lhe Visiting Her Sona M University of Missouri, has week-end bThli eclian^ boat M* 8 W S ARCHEK .tli them on her nrsl the Athelbroak while ins wife 1 ft iT Dominica was InlmnaU by Monday by B.W.l.A •' <* lomble yestcrdny for TrlniSevenlh Visit ''**' hMC *"* wi n*" 1 about isit to thr island Back to The U.S.A. W^AVIC^'T"*" ""T!* 'our months holiday with her CKHAl.l) KOKI.r: ,i II r^* V—*—a— seventh vult to slip wat accompanied by her M f : badlan resid'nt in the US.A. the past forty years, returnad HM nths' stay 11 holiday staying at th." • Mouse Mr f'orili is in the ical Utal In Ihe t/i.A. Barbados > Hiss Mabel grind dftuanter Taykrof theUSA. She arrived Knowllon. Monday by B_.W I.A. via Mrs. Archer is the mother of !Mr W. S. Archer, Acting Finstaylng at i>n da\ Secretary of Trinidad, Mr. Hunter Archer, the Tranquillity VT_ J MT" lannis player who is head of (he ng th. summer of 1948 when she ,. ort of S pain Branch of Trinidad leasehold* Ltd. and Mr. J. S. D R | S s 1 gatr, cc R r l to his home in Brooklyn on Monfj?.—?Io, day bv d rssi raansstssai sfttr ^'\ R, co nn d *" be ing for two monthi • Carrabank Hotel. Miss Taylor was last h g the summer ol spent five months Off to U.K. Archer who i:i also with T.L.L. E. A. PITT, B.D and Mrs A Trinidadlnn by hlrth, she has Pitt, left Barbados on Sunbeen living in Dominica for the day by the De Orassc for the past 31 years Her first visit back United Kingdom on furlough, to her native land since she left Rev Pitt who Is Superintendent it was las* year when she risttsd _ of the Georgetown Circuit of the her children merest Methodist Church wss at one tlfne Superintendent of the Ebenen Intranait C 'wh!!; S h l err ,l'e P v. and Mr* Pit, Mf SSZFS f.J ""^ guests of Miss Bullen of, f. ."^^"M "' t ,, t,,L ,d Emerald Ville". Cheap„de Girls' School. Nevis was an inB *^ transit passenger on the ss Fort Bank Director Townahend which left here on M R. C C GEORGE, Local Monday on its way back to the Director of Barclays Bank u ?;*' „ (D.C. and O.) and Mrs George Miw Crosse who spent nm. cf "Uplands", Maxwell Hill were i !" n*h*' holiday in the United W'.firlin^ I l n l^.v-. passengers by the CWomWe for Slates, stopped off here on her Winding Up Lcavs Trinidad yesterday aRernoon fi,Bt v Blt to ,np Wand to see her W INDING op his six months' Mr George has gone over to relatives. She |sj a sister of Rev leave in Barbados is Mr meet Mr. J. r. Cad*, General s w c Cro " G K Adam, Banlar Baamlntr of Manager of Barclays Bank und Mnse. Si Philip. Accounts or the Audit IVp.rtMr. Charles Clingell. Director n ^ n nv in .. menl. THhldad He Btrlvtd hero of the Bank in New York Keturns from U.K. VlS.t >' srdaj mornlni by I h e They wHl spend six days together O ETi;RNIN(; frnm England (olombU. from England where he efter which Mr. Cade and Mr IV yesterday morning by spent th* greater part Of his leav.Gfngell will leave for Jamaica Cclonibie afler an enjoyable Ihrec ..ml i> staying at Sliver Beach and ihe Bahamas while he will months holniny wfn Mr. Ashlev Guest HOuat, KiM-klev spend i. week with his grand-, Phillips of Ihe Royal Bank of Vn Adam w .! %  ae. MTrp;.ii.e,i I,, .li.hli.-ii at I*aseiiol<|v. I'oml-aCjiiait.i .Ml.I MiPhillip. "is wife Pierre before returning here. "Kineton". Rockley Terrace. Medico Returns ST JOHN of "Wesi* of Strnthclyde, ulurneri (nmi England yesterday morningliy the *.t Colombie after an absence of three month*. Di St John -went up i of his hCjSlth Travelling Representativ: M M C N PARRAVIC1NO. Travelling RepresentsJlve %  ;' Mi rI M B III vi is and Barbados ) morning after a two an i> i ! %  : visit to Dominica, Montserrat. snd Martinique. B gsnan i IT first saw the light of day in hospital wurds. It's been under our noses for years, and nobedy thought of making it into anything but a uniform. It is familiar in Ihe old pinky colour! but is now sweeping America in fashionable printand vivid new colours. It I < DENIM, the CinosnUa fabric. rgad as a Nn. 1 fashion m u 11 i < ishlon house in Britain which took | ehanol OH Denim nnoi mall enough dresses lo Rhatt the demand. It la cheap, selling retail for 3'* gns., and It washes. 'i't fade or crease, and It Is made this year in a dark green, hyacinth Mug i nd -> bonagi 4-Nation Show A a pWned Fn-nch/Italian' American/British fashion By SUSAN DEACON Ufhl on Age CavanaLhT' sStSTj^ ^^^"^ R ^^ — posing them, are recotnineiiding tlannel dress. Why the Label ? WHY must women's always be labelled? Worst culprits are Hie whose favourite labels fo and dresses are. "F • r the light, creamy make-up rlothes women with ageing skins. After all these years, they say dark, shops peach tinted. foundation an I coats powder are Ughlcr n'.iniitr sephiaticaleil There i. .Iso news of tw.icolour eyebrows which start %  For the older woman." being either dark brewn or black. "For the unger-Sv's tor over and taper off to „ much light. 30's). brown. "For the fashion conacUus waman." Silk/n>ln /Ind hflis .— SEVERAL attempts have been For th*. -om.n who wants madc Il( nm , hl ,„.,,„, stlM klllK to i..ok her beat. wMch wl || p i Pa se Ihe ny|, for a special occaaton.' and haters and the -ilk-hate^. For the not-so-yousuj.' making si k nylon stockings, HOW WRONG .s the v.ew n „d that the. romen must always be fortable to wear lhan 100 pe i more lhat was held in I>ondon. when top somethlnt. either sophisticated cent, nylon, as there i designer* fn.m the four COUDor n^l-so-young or fa-hion conelaslicity. They are tries showed „ll wool fashions sclous. nil-nylon for the sutU ious. HOW WRONG is Ihe v.ew But after wearing a pair 0 that women only buy a hat or these new stockings for on dress for one occasion, either ordinary working day I had thre mornings or lor a special dab.-, ladders in one slocking, two I AND HOW WRONG, too. b the (he other, and holes in both view thai mil the older women, o.Morkings' ftct all the under 30*s. or all sophisticated women, i.m .1 wear Ihe Smart 'IlebV nm *style*. THE llrsl Presentation Parly !" — TWI^ -bowed that the debs this KxcltinK. This m mutv (gdUosi-caBairJous. THE B.B.C men announcers Q Instead of thr frillv, ove-are in great demand in a more trimmed, maze-patterned drews glamorous role of comparing i a aw man y simple wlde-skirte women s fashion shows. dresses, which looled fashionAt two -hows I.M wivk the JI hie in plain, she., n ,tei clipped voices of Frank Imilli] # Instead of Deflowered and ribMcDonald Hobley did not boned hats they wore B*QSU> th over the unaccustomed new demi-hats o r untrimmod and wa* talk..! cripbon of an %  llssigg coat llndais, much smarter. / Notes] I ImJlaritv between the Ilolian and French clothes — m cost. In an effort so capiure the fiishion market taa Italians are keeping then pri. : down, | The Bbaanta Ol M Dior from the 44 world-famous designers. | The gossamer like w o o 1 fabrics, which lcok like the hnest chiffon. The English models. h > manage.' Mrs. t'uekoo ing out from inside the clock. An-I a moment later Pooh-Pooh the poodle, an.l Bl.rk.e thkitten, eatif dashing down tho hnll. "What's the matterr' they both asked. "Something perfectly awful has happened to the moon!" said Teddj. out af \\ laafn By this tin ing out of th* ky absira th M at it hss di Teddy -iened to the old i Hanid tried lo explain. "The Teddy, Isnl reall] %  i sa on It's Mil) the .time eld one. It'a only called a new moon becsuK of bung round, it has those two aharp pnints." Knarf and Mary-Jane nnd Gloria and Pooh-Pooh and Rlackir all said they airreed vviih Teddy, "If it's the %  aeon, why i-n*i n the ay it slsmya Isl Waal bap pened to it?" nsbod Knarf. Then Mi Punrh *aid:"ll ia round the way it slirays i. Sin thit li why it's so thin and small and hat those two sharp points, my dears There's a -hadow across the pai* of the moon that yog don't SSS. It', like a darkTOnm with the dW opeJust on the vraek ami a little light shining through Only a HttJS part Of the room can be sen. But ilia %  lie oth. "I only hope." said Teddy, "thi .t will get hi* and mimd again." "Oh. it will!" said Hanid. "I'l • ure of it." Mr. Punch was sure of it. too. A New M "Every month," Mr. Punch SreTil on. "there'a a new moon. Nsgl .fter niirht it gels biggrr and Mg; i^r until there It is—a ft" Rut what hapmoon again. Then,*' he said, "the %  noon starts getting smaller -mailer again until finally —just hkt a room with all tho ligkta eul nd %  tven i eraek of light shining; through Ihe door—It seems lo isappear altogether. For several nights no one can see it at all. And thfii "And then?" eriad Knsrf and Man-Jane and Gloria and PoohIWi aad Blsckie. aad then II starts coming back ••gain, jimt as we see it tonight, a %  itle sliver of u moon, just like a bdjs without an arrow. And that's • it new moor." •Hut it*, still the old Hanid. "I mean, it'* Just railed th. Mr. Punch nodded. "Ne old moon-it's .till the • i (ul aaoon that we always have and n wavs will." \ll Ihe Pleasure* of the KIBM >wnas. Comedy, Danclnc. Drama — %  The>'re all here and Wondrou*ly In WAJLNEB BROS' tvi-r-SoGay Story I'LL SEE ion is ux inn iv,s PL4Z4 FRIDAY t.39; 1.45 A 1.30 p.m. And Onllnulng Daily 1.15 alt S.3*


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Churchill Savs Bradlevl
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House of Lords Report
LONDON. July 2
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Labour le.triers demanded in > uiii an immediate cmcruenc <
debute on the fact thai Field Marshal Alexander yaw
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In some place* but 1 believe in I
uwiug to the efficiency of tnc
Eighth Army and Uatil
they will be able to bring any
offensive to a hall." Other weak-
tease* which' Alcxai.au men*
Honed according to newspapci
Windstorm
Hazes Chile's
Food Crops
ARICA. Chile. JuU |
A windatoroi "i lua V mi p
Ike*. i..shed the Norih-


destroyed
communications.
!
ii'stimatnl are '
s The atom
lefBa ptanl i.....h -.f corn, |.n'.it.....
tomatoea. *ugar cane as wen i
moves In Aiav.i

paea.
Reports said Lluta Valley hi the
same province watt similarly lash-'
repot is were lack of air camou- rd ^^ ,lorm .nu,,,,^ Art(.. |
nage and the inexperience of \M p railroad schedules when i
many front line troop* btcauio ,me points along the Urn
of rot*lion. covered with ewth. .
The wore seroej inuen I'p '
Lord A.exandcr used on the spur
nt lh<- louat "
unfortunately chosen. Chtircbau 4 _ ..
said What h, \SSf"lllOl\ Vole I QT
ply was that his remarks w.i. rt '
liable to be misconstrued mid 1 oilCC KoUIUl-|l|> Ol
in .'i public speech and not that
they affected military security AhfU'nt VlfitlluTs,
which in my opin.on they did /U,SU" '
not "
Churchill -aid Alexander took
thi> precautjon of referring, points
of hb M-p.ni ' the Ho 1 1 '
-.,
and Bi.idli.-y had repln I
prefer that nothing be
Korean rsflStveB Bradley thought
ii.i in- tateaaenl In
form mlehi be gftlflCOfl.
implyiiiL! igrtoUB Inadf
reserv In its original form I*
might be Interpreted a" Impl.vltut
that 'here ire virtually no re-
in consequent! 'h
Interchange, Lord Alexander
omitted from hi public speech
In the House of I^ords nnv refer-
ence to reserves but
he thought to n prlvnte pathe1 -
ing off the record, he made refer-
ence In the form which 1 hn- *
read to the House of Common*."
U.N. Debate Will Go On
Despite Russia's 50th
Veto In Council's Life
UNITED NATIONS. New York, Jui. I
RUSSIA SMARTING under
(tefeutt in the United Natior > in the nerm warfare piipa*
..1 -' Ira Uniitd l"'
the Security Council today
'c .l.iroh Mulik ancnly told the Council
voaterdi 1 "will nol participate bi the debate"
1 d Siataa demand for Red Cross investiKation
1 gee that United Stetai used
el weapon! In Korea, and warned that 111 the end
he would v't> the proponl.
Despite tfalrk'i notiei ttial the SOth vet., m the United
I s.M Kletor) would kill any possibility f an
imparUal ibowdown towatigatteei nn inc poi in Korea.
until will proceed wirVi the de*j et ;iutt
p.n Hi' r
.r.nounce-
inent followed ihre* defej
Soviet propagandii lr the 9eeur)l|
TOP LEFT: Show Mclntosh' iody wliore it fell aftar buuf itrti
TOP RIOIIT Picture -how. tn un trunk of Ue which -jtifkl !
BOTTOM LEFT A croit* uction of U)# larfa crowd oiibiie t>
nOTTOM RIOIIT Three Poll-men battle d-uciaUly to shut gal
eaf picture at Uio left.
"V Mic trunk of tha tree.
11 Um a* he tried lo pull Inn.
i'oop<>rK<' y*rd Iryiiut to lain admit' 1
, .tm-ii watf iirtiin eonatautly mrcd
out of the hole
in- woe of tha tragedy
pen by the MiirglnK crowd th bl
Harndeas
Churchill said hv thought the
statetnajoj to be Imrmleas. "The
, ircumstancea of the occasion and
the use of the word "lecrec
nave invested the incident with
in air of mystery and sigmncan<
which can only be removed by
full etatement such as I have
matter a* *'<> ,I*' ndded in
.onciusion that the mobile re-
serves of the Eighth Army harliBarhadl
"inee l>een "substanti.illy inrrei -
ed" by troops used to restore ,di>. has
order at Koje.
Churchill and Shtnwell were
immediately involved tn a hot
When pressed by the
other's questions the Prime Minis-
ter muttered Insulting).
PUSLN, July 2
The National Assemblym
supporting Syngman Rhee in Ul
Ugh, tor popu.^r President i 1
ledions voted to Jik for j pul><
i.und-un of absent mambei
Kiuhiy-Mx Asuembly mcintM-
reejUSSted the police round-up '
vote taken during a seer-
Spy Pleads Cooper's IVeck Broken
Not Guilty ^s Tree Crashes Down
HELPER UNHURT
LONDON. July 2
William Marshal] 24-year-okl
radio operator who coded a mea-

pleaded not gutter to charges that
he handed over secret informj
oon t' guial m dlpl mat In i*> afoi
Maratiall's trial is set for next
Wednesday July Marshall wearing a light rain-
coal in the court, his face pale,
eplieo 01 1 llin
Red how he pleaded to
live charge* MvugM ungV
: of IBU. He said "I
plead not Ktnlty "
ii
o-day was tlu.1 on five oecasloiui
Whether the vote was lea.il w -
open to queation since the A1
sembly was six short of .1 wUtMl
quorum. Nevertheless they dou* :
that Home Minister Lee So
would obey the "mandate" I "aglrinlng > h Apt I SB ol Uili
Bend hi* police looking for ttvv*w wr "a pu:ixe prejudicial to
issemblymen, ^e sarety" of the state he gave
More than 40 Assemblymen *','"<<'
boycotting sessions and at le, ^ he Sm-iet emlwssy in Briusin
25 others arc missing or In hldn ab-iul Britain :.;.lo-
Abeent assemblymen are prever mac wireless kervic* which was
uuj the vote on Rhee's Govern- "calculated to be o, might be
ment to change the South Kore directly ..1 in.iirectly useful
constitution.
I any enemy."
(hi pace S.
GRANTLEY McINTUKU .. Coopei >l Braggi Hill, Si
Joseph, was killed insUmtlv yeaterdav iiniui
1.45 when a huge tamarind tree which In- .in Cutting were felling gave way rrom tha roota, struck him
.1 the head and brofc I neck C ittin catapulted
to safety by the backlifl ot the tree trunk
The fatal incident oeeurrr-
the yard of the Barbados Co-Oi>
ihvi- Cotton factory* Cooper-
I- s< Church Vtuagi
both these men worke-i .
era. They wen- felling l
which had been given lo then
DO their own behalf.
Mi II V. Alkins, Manager ol li
Barbados Itee CoUaii
I actor} *aid that syhea Lo '
past few Bl U......p
er's trade slowed down, the laan-
agement, In ordi-
thing foi the men to do. and al
time in an eff-r
the yard In order to get more
.pace, fhe> decided to give these
Wo men the tree pro. d
Experts Will
Discuss Civil
Aviation
I. 1 .,..
LONDON, Ju
- 1'i.liiimes to in.
1 in. i.-f
, ill be ii> 11
il c'oka
1 .'i t. 1
C.L.C. Protest
Vduins' Detention
LJetenlioi
On pase 3
li> Own CvrfiMitfml'
JAMAICA. July 2
1 of Grantlev Adams
political Laboui
New York last Thurs-
oern protested to the
Secretariat of Uie t'anbbear
Uibour Congraas. The C.L.C. todaj
sent lauers to Preatdent Truman
.ind the United States Consul
General in Jamaica protest.n* the
nd dasn action as an Insult to Caribbean
d'-mocracy
IfOI lie \1I.M. II \>IIM Y0LAKDE rOMPET BABA ADAMS AKI) MANAOER
Trinidad Boxers Pass
Through On Way Home
BL BABA-ADAMS. Heavy-weight champion a
fotsaide PeaaBtey undefeated cm
. <>f the West Indies, both >f whom in 1
Iwelve-montns1 tour of England scored note-worthy sin
1 put the West Indies on the boxing map of the
World. 1 BSSed tin -lerdav with their Manner
J* k Burns on the &&. CoLeeaaia on their way home to
fil 1 holiday
Curing then 12 months in the
.Mother Country, these :
[rr* from the land of the Huni-
Iminf Bird, turned m grand pef-
mpey fighting un
defestsd III II < ontaats. II if
, which he WOO mid the other Ii.
drew with Jim Siade St*
n d f^eaati ' .Nils. To this hl-
h-jrltd fighter ulao go* fii I
Ol boing the only man
IBM 'hf Autr:-
l-i#r lav-
Sands who also holds the British
Middle-weight Crown.
bievemanl *t all the
more n iteworthy foi
n. .-M to *avt
.n the 7th round
M'-iba-Adam- h;id 8 All
11' months in England, ana he
Th. other be lo-'..
up for this defeat by
outpointing (he RIDS man n a
el irri match. Adam*
ncounter wa- with
African Heavyweight
Jowue Arthur whrmi I
on points.
Mr Rums, the Manage' o'
hese t'.' "in-
land'* leading boxing managef.
. .
baase two West In-
Rb hops* that within the
On page fi
ug up th.- root* aftei they had
felled it.
laut Fild.iy Melntoah oom-

Ol the tree by hlmaelf. but on
Saturday morning he and Cut-
ting begm to dig around the
roots and lo aever them close to
' ,h.i- tree
Work eonUnued en Monday and
Tueaday and was still In progress
yesterday when thC BCCUlOl 01
tnkeii tne preeeutton of securing
a rope which geay luii

l one which thev wett
felling
This latter precaution I
twit cmipleted. but were oon-
tinuinK tlM
ing of ne main root Mi Into
lid the digging whlh- I ettl I
1,. di'biia
# On page B
Cane Against
fJiiclott Debitlw/
PARIS, July 2
ol dooated
whether to try again to Imprbani
lie I* 11111111111 li-H'ii-i l.i'(| '
Dueloa or to drop the case .igaim t
The government s first attempt to
ry Duclos on the BlkUSjB of plotting
aennst the State's security failed.
when it was ruled lb*.'
net be tried unless the National
ment. 1
immunit> irn fre'"!
\< Id 1 losl May
IT-
rrOSX under government's erach-
the Carnnsuni
Snmf parllamenUi'v ebst
i*^ed government wouhi
cose rather tha:
ibly on the question of
-IP
. ni "i ti
ri turn "i
Development BOd WVllare Acts.
1
iibsluntlnl nun
. ... 1 Bv lir
^ \ d Avi elopment In
nlei

itSd il ttie veai ending Maul
r... 1 otonlal Civil Aviat 1.11
Mi !.". 1111 hiding Aiiiimiutlr.i
..... ..I Airport
1
This it the largi
in any year BSt
' 1., to( .I imounl
'or this purpose Since

The BrH 1 runeat at
Cat Importance to the
r I
I It il Avli
.
Althougj laanda ha*
lp It Is till
a will di
the !" 1-
litv of ,, a via t foi
Lars s of In.
11 !|.< fteeond Since War
A Coluulai Ofllce offliual tol<
ma today laai U
the second U> be heldj since tb(
BOd of the war had been ealle-
to tiring colonial experts up t-
date oti the Ute*t development
Civil Avintton. particular^
rTecttng jet .iircraft
rtsprseantatives or the Mm sir
Uas Mml-tr-. ol
Ibe A 1 Mm.itrv and d
Reaafdan onu.
1
M I XI I..1 N...I ,
1 olonial bV 1 re
" 1 Kopkln on
MlfMStST of Htnte for the Colon Is
'
Ii I.
. 1 rnsn
Raee Begins lifter Delay
HCRMl.'DA

Head- H-1
-.
KQCiatioi,
Yacht I
Tha race started at 2.10 p. m.
Daylight Time Instead -.f

llurtr Jr to take on ire as his re-
frigerator was out of order
Weather was squally with wtnda
1 aching 27 knots and yachts got
lagged sUrt


in N 1

4 t Ifimnier-
I I'-onderooo
Uv renr.
-. were >ix en-
Cw sea ma wb Foot
- Porfdfri-
will leav' Bare uda
rt the vnchti to
cri
I'.asi GennaD
Police Arrosl
t Americans
BCItUN, Jub


hotuBjrapl
1
....
.. rmanj to I I I ' 1 ms
' on
,, ...
(strict Wa B>


bloat
W

Wl
. .
'ii 1 in. n l>.
had on oaving rtfles mm for<
i.mil "T
lo whli
go wllli theni
loerli .11 n
priest iimtad Stni.-. .luthorltiea-
rs Bid tin, ven tneeetlgatl n
Council Afler using the pre*-
denea fw mute than week u>
...
II for all countrig
tn ratify U>
"i"i
warfare aa
d last Thui dai
M.ihk'*- nw""">"i'
\< .(> BaaWpsd io emssi
Unite,! Stele* aril
IM not n I Treaty.
The KU
no) mem >>A sudi
ss the droll taken I >
leiegaii- Andrei a Oeomyai
Vor did ^t mean .1 repetition .1*
- -vi-oU f in in
raen Ruaala "fused to artsud
UN. meetings DBCanae the Socur-
I 'n>i lo seat Com-
-niinut Chun, In place cf Chine*?
u v.r
Truce Talk8
PohI|>oimmI
PANMUNJOM, July J
1 X|>ettidly .ill >l
dl] i-.spOlienM'nt In
1
Immln n
I .ll.llll IS
. '.! UMini-IIMi1
Tm- latstpimeiuent .tun
.
Ri (10.00 pin R.D.T h>dJ
-r-niniably wanted DVM I
1 .
el the armlstli,
ions. It was behaved, here lhal
onununlst negotiators sent Hal
ison'h stalementa to a high*1'
. 11. palplng ... bv
owfor furthei study snd ,,ri v
1 p
Jamaica House
/Han Changes
JA..1AICA. July 2
IThaeain In .lamaleo's corutitu-
1 uadBI in nt.1 House ( HepriMtiiative"
i.iv in I'oruirction with pro-
BBt up i-lght MiMlstner
ilth individual respol
.-.i J.0111.111
If approved tin. hangs* will
live the island full electod con-
'ol over giivemmrnt departmenlg
xn'pllng llnance und an elected
aJOSIt) in the Kxerutlve Coun-
il by th,- appointment of three
lIllmOBBl Minasbsrs.
rha debsBj was imuatsa by
Noil W \ Itii^arn.iule Maji*t>
ty leader Norman Manic)
LesdBI demanded
mat th< House reject th.- pfO-
pnenls us contrary to Jamal-an
feSsirs and demands 'nd form a
trnttad non-l*artv Front to move
Immi.liately for the aChJere-
nient of full self gov-rrimorit of
Internal affairs by next year The
nebnte ci.ntlnueji tomorrow
travel Gunard
Appliciii'd, B-AlLan m '':i-*sagea
tn EnKland rlunni; 1903 h.ivo already reached
imprrdirto'l ptvali Those who contemplate
tD make
their ppUeai.....' madl 1
RAfiTBOUND Accon a g

Ai 001 ..liable

Choice t Seven luxurv hnrr: dcrri New
v irk
Chafe *'"i> liner- ftom C.mnd.i
tr U\TKS (including plane Faret) lp
From C100 (Tourist I
eiZfl (CrsSin)
R1SB (First Class)
l'..\nble in It.W.l Ciirreiuv lhrouh
HANSl'HELL LARSEN & Co.. Ltd.
\|i'llls
TMK DIAL inn


PAGE TWO
CaJuJb gatting
fc\KH.\IMJS ADVOCATE
THUBSOAT, Jl 1 -V x lt5V
\1
MEHIVALE
. AUSTIN. el
and Mr M'iiv.1,- tustin o:
' Waterford." HaMing-
i ppointed Managei c. Thomn-.
i" Canada Lid
ihuc Innes
P>*;>ck. Editor of the Canada
Indie* Year Booh.
M*)'i tustin has
a lib the Black Watch
IRIIH > siii.- J!38 He nun-led
Alison Hope, daughter
ind Lady Hankcillour.
a small rauajhters ore
ring with then
bi and parents in Barbados.
Hawaiian Businessm-n
Avengers making
use on th.
Si Iniiuii which
i
from Trinidad were i
f< on.- n Haw -iian busi-
.1 id their wives headed
by Mr. TV ma* Hore.
;-iid a visit lo the city
-ind af'crwards went sight seeing.
toM h rsaesfle-
ttni cliff, si John*! Church, Bun
Lord's Castle and the Crane
Golf Professional
VII! AND MHS. H F,. I.HISLKY
rTMumt
please am more
lor tin 00 DOfC"
Of 1Kb >< ckle
frniKl
Umrigar 'Ivnrr ftsdkar
und til-: i Ah -wt
Transferred
V/TR. M A CAMPBEU-. form-
.-.. Venezuela wh(
were It) IlarliadOi IBM
ure now n.uk again fur tsvi
bolHaW. They arri\ :
i i IJm k-t nil by BWIA
. ml .ii. Staying >t Caerabr
Hotel Mr Bristoj C.olt Pi
'<> day Maying dt the St
C,S?- ,- ,_ rcnc- "olil, Mr and Mrs John
Their daughter Virginia who Parker of Georgetown British
has Just compltted a three-year Guiana have now atme'to Trliu-
' Mr. PariTr "left over the
Distribution Superin-
Undent of IP.- Power Co. in
Bermuda, is n.w on his way to
British Guiana to take up a simi-
lar peat. He err ved -
terday morning by the Csdaibte
from England where he had been
on sut months' leave and left
later in the afternoon by the
opportunity for Trinidad. He was
accompanied by his wife.
Mr Campbell told Carib that
Barbados had a good shopping
centre as compared with the other
iMunds he had visited The street*
*ere clean, the people were well
clothed and he noticed no begging
on thr streets
He was particularly impressed
bv the policemen directing traffic.
They were extremely
efficient.
Photographer on The
"Colombie"
Mr rcx;eh CHAUVET of
Paris who haa been working
in the s-s. OlooiMe tor the pas'-
vcnly moiithi aa photographer
lold Cirlb yesterday that he liked
.. mi i his job very much It allows him
r'AHLANE of Kochraier, New ti. see several place* of interest
York, left for Antigua and Puerto n the trip and he takes a number
i cu on Monday by B.W.l.A. on of photographs of the various
her w.,y back home after spending lolonles which he keeps
four months staying at the S' souvenirs
1,-wrence HoSel PHor to joining the ship he
Spent Ten Days * mpioyed with Harcourt
Lo-d* Mr)
After Four Months
jVl"*. -''!-? A-? ETH MAC hta job "very much
P'u" A n'ER "Pending ten days'
iir.n> r\ ,|,y staying at the St.
. ... which Is supposed
no"- largest photo studio
tarries s staff of eighty photogra-
phers.
coursV studying Liberal Arts at m^uT/KnmXS ove'/'lhe Visiting Her Sona
M University of Missouri, has week-end bThli eclian^ boat M*8 W" S ARCHEK
.tli them on her nrsl the Athelbroak while ins wife 1 ft iT* Dominica was InlmnaU by
Monday by B.W.l.A ' <* lomble yestcrdny for Trlni-
Sevenlh Visit ''**' *hMC *"* wi" n*"1' about
isit to thr island
Back to The U.S.A. w^aviC^'T"*" ""T!* 'our months holiday with her
CKHAl.l) KOKI.r: ,i II r- ^* V*a seventh vult to slip wat accompanied by her
M
f :
badlan resid'nt in the US.A.
the past forty years, returnad
HM
nths'
stay 11
holiday
staying at th."
Mouse
Mr f'orili is in the ical Utal
In Ihe t/i.A.
Barbados > Hiss Mabel grind dftuanter
Taykrof theUSA. She arrived Knowllon.
Monday by B_.W I.A. via Mrs. Archer is the mother of
!- Mr W. S. Archer, Acting Fin-
staylng at i>nda\ Secretary of Trinidad, Mr.
Hunter Archer, the Tranquillity
vt_JMT" lannis player who is head of (he
ng th. summer of 1948 when she ,.ort.of.Spain Branch of Trinidad
leasehold* Ltd. and Mr. J. S.
DR | S s1
gatr, cc
Rrl
to his home in Brooklyn on Mon- fj?.?Io,
day bv d rssi raansstssai sfttr ^'\ R,,co nnd *" be
, ing for two monthi
Carrabank Hotel.
Miss Taylor was last h
g the summer ol
spent five months
Off to U.K. Archer who i:i also with T.L.L.
E. A. PITT, B.D and Mrs A Trinidadlnn by hlrth, she has
Pitt, left Barbados on Sun- been living in Dominica for the
day by the De Orassc for the past 31 years Her first visit back
United Kingdom on furlough, to her native land since she left
Rev Pitt who Is Superintendent it was las* year when she risttsd
_ of the Georgetown Circuit of the her children
merest Methodist Church wss at one tlfne
Superintendent of the Ebenen Intranait
C'wh!!;Shlerr,,l'ePv. and Mr* Pit, Mf SSZFS f.J ""^
guests of Miss Bullen of, f. ."^^"m "' t",,t,,L",d
Emerald Ville". Cheapde Girls' School. Nevis was an in-
B *^ transit passenger on the ss Fort
Bank Director Townahend which left here on
MR. C C GEORGE, Local Monday on its way back to the
Director of Barclays Bank u?;*'
(D.C. and O.) and Mrs George Miw Crosse who spent nm.
cf "Uplands", Maxwell Hill were in*h*' holiday in the United
W'.firlin^ I ln l^.v-. passengers by the CWomWe for Slates, stopped off here on her
Winding Up Lcavs Trinidad yesterday aRernoon fi,Bt v'Blt to ,np Wand to see her
WINDING op his six months' Mr George has gone over to relatives. She |sj a sister of Rev
leave in Barbados is Mr meet Mr. J. r. Cad*, General s w c Cro"
G K Adam, Banlar Baamlntr of Manager of Barclays Bank und Mnse. Si Philip.
Accounts or the Audit IVp.rt- Mr. Charles Clingell. Director n ^ n nv in ..
menl. THhldad He Btrlvtd hero of the Bank in New York Keturns from U.K. VlS.t
>' srdaj mornlni by I h e They wHl spend six days together O ETi;RNIN(; frnm England
(olombU. from England where he efter which Mr. Cade and Mr IV yesterday morning by
spent th* greater part Of his leav.- Gfngell will leave for Jamaica Cclonibie afler an enjoyable Ihrec
..ml i> staying at Sliver Beach and ihe Bahamas while he will months holniny wfn Mr. Ashlev
Guest HOuat, KiM-klev spend i. week with his grand-, Phillips of Ihe Royal Bank of
Vn Adam w .! ae. MTrp;.ii.e,i I,, .li.hli.-ii at I*aseiiol<|v. I'oml-a- Cjiiait.i .Ml.I Mi- Phillip.
"is wife Pierre before returning here. "Kineton". Rockley Terrace.
Medico Returns
. ST JOHN of "Wesi-
* of Strnthclyde,
ulurneri (nmi England yesterday
morningliy the *.t Colombie after
an absence of three month*. Di
St John -went up i
of his hCjSlth
Travelling Representativ:
MM C N PARRAVIC1NO.
Travelling RepresentsJlve
;' Mi r- I M B III vi is and
Barbados
) morning after a two
an i> i !: visit to Dominica,
Montserrat. snd Martinique.
B gsnan i
IT first saw the light of day
in hospital wurds. It's been un-
der our noses for years, and
nobedy thought of making it into
anything but a uniform.
It is familiar in Ihe old pinky
colour! but is now sweeping
America in fashionable print-
and vivid new colours. It I <
DENIM, the CinosnUa fabric.
rgad as a Nn. 1 fashion
m u 11 i
< ishlon house in Britain
which took | ehanol OH Denim
nnoi mall enough dresses lo
Rhatt the demand.
It la cheap, selling retail for
3'* gns., and It washes.
'i't fade or crease, and
It Is made this year in a dark
green, hyacinth Mug i nd -> bonagi
4-Nation Show
A a pWned Fn-nch/Italian'
American/British fashion
By SUSAN DEACON Ufhl on Age
CavanaLhT' sStSTj^ ^^^"^ R ^^
- posing them, are recotnineiiding
. tlannel
dress.
Why the Label ?
WHY must women's
always be labelled?
Worst culprits are Hie
whose favourite labels fo
and dresses are.
"F r the
light, creamy make-up
rlothes women with ageing skins. After
all these years, they say dark,
shops peach tinted. foundation an I
coats powder are
Ughlcr n'.iniitr
sephiaticaleil There i. .Iso news of tw.i-
colour eyebrows which start
For the older woman." being either dark brewn or black.
"For the unger-Sv's tor over and taper off to much light.
30's). brown.
"For the fashion conacUus
waman." Silk/n>ln
/Ind hflis . SEVERAL attempts have been
For th*. -om.n who wants madc Il( nm, ,hl ,.,,, stlM.klllK
to i..ok her beat. wMch wl|| piPase Ihe ny|,
for a special occaaton.' and haters and the -ilk-hate^.
For the not-so-yousuj.' making si k nylon stockings,
HOW WRONG .s the v.ew nd that the.
romen must always be fortable to wear lhan 100 pe
i more
lhat
was held in I>ondon. when top somethlnt. either sophisticated cent, nylon, as there i
designer* fn.m the four COUD- or n^l-so-young or fa-hion con- elaslicity. They are
tries showed ll wool fashions sclous. nil-nylon
for the sutU
ious.
HOW WRONG is Ihe v.ew But after wearing a pair 0
that women only buy a hat or these new stockings for on
dress for one occasion, either ordinary working day I had thre
mornings or lor a special dab.-, ladders in one slocking, two I
AND HOW WRONG, too. b the (he other, and holes in both
view thai mil the older women, o.- Morkings' ftct
all the under 30*s. or all sophisti-
cated women, i.m .1 wear Ihe Smart 'IlebV
"nm*- style*. THE llrsl Presentation Parly
twi^ -bowed that the debs this
KxcltinK. This m mutv (gdUosi-caBairJous.
THE B.B.C men announcers q Instead of thr frillv, ove--
are in great demand in a more trimmed, maze-patterned drews
glamorous role of comparing i aaw many simple wlde-skirte
women s fashion shows. dresses, which looled fashion-
At two -hows I.M wivk the jihie in plain, she., n ,tei
clipped voices of Frank Imilli] # Instead of Deflowered and rib-
McDonald Hobley did not boned hats they wore b*QSU> th
over the unaccustomed new demi-hats or untrimmod
- and wa* talk..! cripbon of an * llssigg coat lln- dais, much smarter.
/ Notes]
I ImJlaritv between the
Ilolian and French clothes
m cost. In an effort
so capiure the fiishion market
taa Italians are keeping then
pri. : down,
| The Bbaanta Ol M Dior from
the 44 world-famous design-
ers.
| The gossamer like w o o 1
fabrics, which lcok like the
hnest chiffon.
The English models. h >
manage Italian eolhes. chic In the
Prei It clothes, cute in the falter
American clothes, and
about
of al|
' fn ing" and a "fascinating
olo
THE NEW LOW PRICES
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BLACK & WHITE PRINTS M" .................................. M
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Teddy Was Keclly Alarmed
The Moon S
By MAX TREI.L
"SOME! HlNi;.".ne I Teddy ttie
RtuffeJ Hear in alarm; s..Mi.ii..n-
awful has happened in the
Knarf and Hanid, the shad.
sprang "p frm thei
ran \^ lbs srtadow. s. did Qensrs
Tin. Mi. Ponea, Judy, Mary-Jan<
the niK-dnll, and Gloria, the Chim
doll with the golden eurls. The Cu
nary looked out through the liar
>.' Mrs. t'uekoo
ing out from inside the clock. An-I
a moment later Pooh-Pooh the
poodle, an.l Bl.rk.e th- kitten, eatif
dashing down tho hnll.
"What's the matterr' they both
asked.
"Something perfectly awful has
happened to the moon!" said Teddj.
out af \\ laafn
By this tin
ing out of th*
ky absira th
M at it hss di
Teddy -i "Only two sharp points
^ lbs rsst f it"'
At this Hanid and Mr. Punch and
Judy and General Tin all said that
there was nothing much wrong with
Punch.
If anything, thi
DIAL 4606
|>ened to the old i
Hanid tried lo explain. "The
. Teddy, Isnl reall] i sa on
It's Mil) the .time eld one. It'a only
called a new moon becsuK
of bung round, it has those two
aharp pnints."
Knarf and Mary-Jane nnd Gloria
and Pooh-Pooh and Rlackir all said
they airreed vviih Teddy, "If it's the
aeon, why i-n*i n
the ay it slsmya Isl Waal bap
pened to it?" nsbod Knarf.
Then Mi Punrh *aid:"ll ia round
the way it slirays i. Sin thit li
why it's so thin and small and hat
those two sharp points, my dears
There's a -hadow across the pai*
of the moon that yog don't SSS. It',
like a darkTOnm with the dW ope-
Just on the vraek ami a little light
shining through Only a HttJS part
Of the room can be sen. But ilia
lie oth.
"I only hope." said Teddy, "thi
.t will get hi* and mimd again."
"Oh. it will!" said Hanid. "I'l
ure of it."
Mr. Punch was sure of it. too.
A New M
"Every month," Mr. Punch SreTil
on. "there'a a new moon. Nsgl '
.fter niirht it gels biggrr and Mg;
i^r until there It isa ft"
Rut what hap- moon again. Then,*' he said, "the

'
noon starts getting smaller
-mailer again until finally just
hkt a room with all tho ligkta eul
nd tven i eraek of light shin-
ing; through Ihe doorIt seems lo
isappear altogether. For several
nights no one can see it at all. And
thfii "
"And then?" eriad Knsrf and
Man-Jane and Gloria and Pooh-
IWi aad Blsckie.
" aad then II starts coming back
gain, jimt as we see it tonight, a
itle sliver of u moon, just like a
bdjs without an arrow. And that's
it new moor."
Hut it*, still the old
Hanid. "I mean, it'* Just railed th.
Mr. Punch nodded. "Ne
old moon-it's .till the
i (ul aaoon that we always have and
n wavs will."
\ll Ihe Pleasure* of the KIBM
>wnas. Comedy, Danclnc. Drama
The>'re all here and Wondrou*-
ly In WAJLNEB BROS' tvi-r-So-
Gay Story
I'LL SEE
ion is ux
inn iv,s
PL4Z4
FRIDAY t.39; 1.45 A 1.30 p.m.
And Onllnulng Daily 1.15 alt S.3*


THURSDAY, JULY 3. IMS
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE THREE
German
Engineers
Jump Ahead
B. im MUD1N
LONDON. Jun* 23
PrmMi ingenuity u behind the
l)ig attempt now being made in
Britain to motorize the pedal cy-
clist and five him power-assisted
travel for a farthing I nuic.
Already nearlv 250>"
have joined In thtt latest craze In
popular transport and, by fitting
tiny motors u> their bicycles, are
now calling; themselves eye* .,-,-
totists
Eleven firms have produced va-
rious forms of Chun-chug motor.
Hut too invention selling belt Is
the product of the pre-war Auto
Union Company, on which Hitler
lavished millions to make it the
greatest motor lirm in Europe.
The British company which ,
bought It have sold 00.000 in less!
than two yean. Th*y expect to
sell another 30.000 this >,,:
Italian and Dutch n
brain* a* well as British have
made other forms of miniature
motors.
Prices range from fSS to S2I
no purchase tax. Paw a simple
driving test for 5s.. and you can
become a licensed cycle-motorist
for 17< 6d a year, with insuranre
as low as 12s.
Hundreds of elderly people who
gave up cycling because of fatigue
if awheel iiKamchugging along
with n cycle-motor.
The one serious competitor to
th| j to i motor is the motor scoot-
er: Here again foreigners are In
the lead
Modern scootenng started with
the civilian version t the British
paratrooper's folding motor-cycle
the Corgi.
Today, however. Enrico Piagglo.
a 47-vear-old Genoese engineer
who made airplane engines for
Mussolini during the war. has sent
'00.000 of his silver green scooters
lo all parts of the world3.000 of
them to Britain,
The I-imbreMa. the second
Italian challenger to the Corgi,
claims all the refinements ani
glamour of the Veepa.
But Britain ia re-entering the
scooter market with a new Corgi
due out next yearif the Govern-
ment allows the steel
It will cost about f.75 will be
as fast as lta rivalsand. Ilka the
paratrooper's machine, will still
fold up
Korea War Is Two Years Old There's No Decision So Far
A few *l the teaa of thousands of war-weary South Korean* uprooted
rreftl Ihelr homes real aear demnttshed Seoul Building. The Seeth
rean capital has changed heads fear lasses, suffered with each.
1st October. 1M. North Korean .Kill..,- H.-| Pyongyang. Keen th. tlilnesr entered IB.- war, un heek Xsrtfc K
rraai capital. Iliilldlng rarrle* pleleren ol Jowl hisIIm, Kim II Hung.
JUNI 25 MARKS fWO YIARS alnea tank-led North Koiean forces | warfare ha* ooat onions of dttltara and hundreds of thousand* ol
i plunged tcroaa th. 38th Psrallel la uwada South Korea. The aee-saw, casualties on both (idea, but the Issues teem as unsettled as tea r.
Ctvealth Students Take Six Score
Part In 'Hampstead Week' Hundreds
SIXTY-FOUR STUDENTS
LONDON, June.
from Commonwealth
111
European Trade
Shows Recovery
'"*** SKSBo.
Canadian businessmen soberly
studied eye-opening evidence- of
KToptQli iv-t> '' IhH WTJ
international trade fan which
showed they will have to meet
vigorous competition.
Official.- said lb* '>" wh'cn
ciosi Ju'* 13> *?vc Ca".i.^2;
lintish and American exhibitors
a look at the handwriting on the
wall
i nentaj European exhibit-
on iniaTeued their showings aa
much as 25 limes over last year
and .got a disproportionate share-
of the interest and the bu*m---
AJl exhibitors, however. Mid
they d:d well and miles fi-m un-
fair were expected to total even-
tually into tens of millions.
"It's a good thing for our own
industry to see what u is up
aganst," one Canadian exhibitor
said. "And some of the stuff has
been an eye-opener."
German and other contlncnAl
eghibllors have an advantage in
being able to promise faster de-
llverles than can British or Cana-
dian plants which are short on
materials because of defense re-
quirements.
"It's hard to blame buyers for
patronising foreign exhibitors
when they have the stuff, can
deliver it tar ahead of our own
pgantl and are willing to stand
behind .t." an exhibitor said
German exhibitors said they
were delighted with the way their
products were received. Their
irutchinerv and instrument exhib-
it*- were particularly successful.
They rep* rted finding prices and
Bilai u o-mpetltlve and their de-
vcry dates were well ahead.
German cameras were very
poputir -nd German typewriters
Held. G.-tnsHiy was the only
nation with a H>ccinl d/splay of
leather products.
Germany nUo appeared to be
rec. j Tiirinx ltfl pre-w;r uDtem-
ecy in toys. It fascinated Cana-
dians with a seven-way bicycle.
trains that run under water (ideal
for playing in the Wthtubi. (et
planes, toy pianos, and tiny auto*
that can te driven accurately and
electr cally.
Dr. W. Muscheadt, president of
the Gem.ni export committee.
praised tiic fair as a "leiiage
market" in .which German*
achieved resojtg wto/eh ( - I nol
have been hoped for n weeks of
travel.
"As one who appreciates organ.
zation. I must complin, -nt the
conduct of the fair." he ud.
At least '0 new nuustnes will
locate in Canada this year as s
result of -he rair i>nd -
incluuing *>n.t from Cm--..
star-wl pln'-ff C i i i
iFrom o-ii oi, Conr>piii
LONDON. July 2.
Batsmen held the mastery today
eogntriaa, all resident in Hampstead, will learn about the uJ!FLS"J.'iJXS1!Z;,
working, of the borooch and meet local resident, in a irT^Ti^ordrt i2iST SE
"Hampstead Week" organised for them bv the British n"" setters was Bernard csmiNn
Council from June 28 to July 5. "' Surr.'* wh"\ *9 ' <"=
The students come from East Africa. West Africa. 'Srh*rL''^re?r*a!,,S!", -i
Honnkonp, Malaya. Mauritius, tlu* West Indies. Ceylon
and India. --------------------------------
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
B.G. To Tax
Commission
Agents
GEORGETOWN Ju
The Geoiget..v.ii ('rhunber o
I ummmv has approved of i D'afi
Bill which Govwiimnit will ihortl
introduce in Kir Legisla'.i
cil and which seeks to Impose
RatgdctraUon >.- of fetf.uo on Coa
misMion Agents and ha
1 NCtM of S4ti.nU The I
ha howevci uifonne,! Qoeetli*
nit thjgj i( th* amount prvpoaed
for registration was r,diicevl. it
would be i -lie Cham-
:uiiii1.i,i Agajji
iigin.ited several ye.irii mgo. In
tin- first i *utgestetl
t'uit a tax ghouut be alia i
'ling travelling agent?, only, but
that suggestion *** rejected *by
i^..ivernneiit who sUted that they
would net be prepare.1 to impose
. ha reeerIstt ne on vbating trav-
ailing agents.

'u l\nnr: \ \
he Chamber *>f a
letter racepreo rroa Uw t B Wei
Conmil. in wbn-h attenUoii wet
rtrwn t.. i' i
rueh was taking plnee on the
p.irt of c*JthBit) fti-tMlbM Cinn-
mlaalon Agentv Apart from that
nl IVIMI
aentatlons fn.m rrp-rt:ibli' trad.
lions, from Tnide Cnmml*-
lonenjand rrom oUtera, winch In-
dtCegM I ggiiOUs State of .ir;m>
iiicti had to themai-
i IN,i Cofiimtwinn
! ^( on thi^r Iii's (it>\
iiiment beeuine cortcesrlsed ll the
ti i llW Colon} Hi St. >l> felt that any
small repuUble Ci'inmianion Agent
would wekocne ah* protection
which the Dill wuuld gdve, a* It
aunod at protectim: large and
^inall agents, men *.f Integrltj
The rresld.-nt 1 the Chamber
UeuL-CM E. J Ha. wood. M.U.K.
T.D., Miid Uaty were nil iigaajlinn
f the fact that Ihe Bill, like all
-MilU, was not foul-proof It did.
h..wewr, serve a useful purpo<
in that all Commlasion Agi-nt.-. in-
eluding visiting agents, would
oniribute some small vum
To keep
7/Me 6sy todies*
fit ahd active...
1%
give them HALIBORANOE
very day
Tmu** *'iHrii imi rr tor buddm*
op rcsen r* of riril energy, promoting
healthy grt -ladif.-UDi* to dlneii.
Made from purer hslibat od, dsr*ttr| blended
with the )itKr of ripe oranges, -i b rich in
Vmmini A aed D and so deliciou in net* that
^ the most floicaj yrungstcr tskei
^^^ it wHh delight
^P^jgd*rkr Incidentally, it's fine for grown
^V*^ upstool
Haliborange
MusV si Htrlimt S.
ALLRN HANSUSTS I n> <>mx>v I :
In Carlisle Bay
M
The week opens with a recep-
tion by the Mayor of Hampstead
at the Town Hall, at which the
students will meet members of the
HnmpMcad societies, churches and
other organisations helping in the
arrangements. On Sunday, most
of the students will attend morn-
ing service and then be enter-
tained In the homes o* church
iir-iii an
South African
Held In B.G.
with nearly 400 runs on the board f"'"
and only five wicket* down look '''?:"
set for their tenth ctamplonship *
victory.
Also in a strong position urr _*"
Middlesex for whoin Thompson
and Edrich both made centuries a.s
in a second wiek*t partnership of **'
345. Middlesex declared When F'
Thompson was oul, and upttired c
four quick Worcester wIcKets be- Wi
uRI.,, DR *.h Ko.,1,,,..
Oov.. s,h i.um ma.. i
5i.**5o ^O"^ ** Unn* f" ""> 1''- M Blu* Mil
ABBIVALS
i;iuu.. don. TdsMfed, 'S
M TJBI I,-,. |,ra M.,tlnlq^
mrxi i 1.1 -
AU lr isi. ox Ti*SDt
. .. But Daddy
Did Not Know
Hebhl
liurlng the week, there will be AJrici
jr ql
nty five year old Rasa fore the close o,c*i:.r,n
Araghi. native of South Huttnn for Yorkhhlre recorded f% ,
Tr........i
* ..i C ii . .
Aljr.u l( JU1
Holdr J
. native of South Hutton fa
i being detikined by the his sixth oentury of the season
n t ii. As*.
-. D N*w. M
UCilh>n I
. K rbrred. a
rt*t *i
visit.-, to the borough service* in- InuingTstioo Authorities her* un- and th- 100th of his career. He * mrt> Lrm
schools, housing and ltl arrangements for tus repatria- barbad Just over four hours and """> +*.
.......hi .
Seawell
l-\KIl K> UY IS
eluding schools, housing and
health departments. Other hi- ,lon ,an ^ arranged Araghi wst Yorkshire after declaring put
rangements include tea at the 'dumped' across the Veneaueis themselves well on th* victory
Oeod Companion* Pensioners' border some weefcs ago by th*. road by capturing sis Kent wlck-
Club. a talk on the history of Veneauelans. His story I- thai hi* Is. In their two-day gam* with .. m.i*M<"' "v"'
Hampstead and a tour of Old ""'P lett hin* behjnd in VenezuelB l->iirhiini the Indioni h^yc run Into v puarolaii, c Naatu
Hampstead. a debate arranged bv three years ago, and he was held trouble, on an *aay pared wicket A it-.uu n arunih
the_Hampstead Purliament. There Mi prison by the Veneiuelan* for the^ home side scored XOl before K'mCiui r ^"rhi'-l^H
will pIw be a tennis party ar- three years until he learnt enough
ranged bv the Fast and West Spanish to explain his presence
Friendship Council, a puppet the Republic
ihe.
nd
rial
ng
nged hty the Irrtcrnatlonnl
Friendship League and the E..^'
and West Friendship Council A
number of Hampstead residents
have invited the students to their
homes during the week.
The ten women students in the
group will attend a summer'party
arranged bv Hampstead Towns-
women's Guild They will also
vl.it gevten Pottery and the Hoa. John ClirteT ,. to nW
Keats Museum. assUUnce. The IrnnvgraUun D*-
On the evening of July 4. the partment has now written in*
stildrnts will join with Hamp- ^th African Oovernment to And
stead residents at Hampstead oul ,f y, arff p^p^,, 1n .
-leclnring. of which opei.ing
man Kteler made 135. In th.
hour left to them the Indian* lost
luirk wickets and at close
hot*- H...-U.U
ie half *' st- !-
In British Oulana the Immi-
gration Authorities deemed him ''till needed 1ST to
an illegal Immigrant, as he had
no passport and no money.
Brought before the Georgetown
Magistrate the Police were gran'- nurharri S03 for" six declared
ed permission to detain him until aims I ft for two
Is and at close ft -, K"'\
ove the follow n MVtiuiM. N-'si
V.i
Jardnn I.
Ma-al.r>
Si#eh*r t
IF V, ... (., |
U.i.i-1. A
t. E MrMillm.
Scoreboard
Durham versu- the
Indians:
In-
arrangements con be made for h'j
repatriation.
When the Leusue of Coloured
Peoples heard of Araghi** case.
iex versus Noithantv F.s*ev
384 for six. Tnsole 1.10
Glamorgan versus (jm^ Olam-
i vgan 295. Linr. eight for two
Hnnti versus Gloucester Hants
185. Scott seven for 48 Gloucester >' his own mind.
119 for four. Shinweil said is the Prli
Surrey versus Somersei* Surrey Minister aware that he has
Speech By Alexander
rUUtfta Storm In Conunnrs
Interrupted to say "I am spc.kin,
with Shinweil on ;. perfectly fan
and square level and giving full
nruvsrers. That he should mag'-i I
vary my remarka of wtuit k
..,*,, sd not .t,.h, ,h,. ssrznrs
<;k- ifotTOWN Jun.
Because he is Illiterate I'harul-
\\.nka Ptraaud of ; ftallwnv Line.
Kitty TOtai i know Uiat
he could not be Ihe lawful f*rlh*l
of ihe child of the woman hi- bad
m irrM aceording to Muslhn rttei
f'lid that wns hnw ho happened
t.. a|>peai U-fore th* Cftf Miigis-
linte. charged with wilfully gl\ ini;
fal.e infoniiation to UM ItegisliSl
ff Birth*
I'ersaud's Counsel told the Court
ha. was really eonluseti aj to h-
to ndvisr his client to pl*a. and
"ii requct the Uiignfliate agreed
to heai the facts of the ease flrst.
II nil rwi|t-*iied ihH way. Mnr-
nioon lfn\hnw hail ,>iven birth to
n baby girl on lumary 7. By
marrying acetfrding t-> Hoalifii
i tten, he Is not legally hei hus-
tinnd. Persaud did not know this
nnd in giving Informntiou to the
Itoglstrai ol Birth stated he Bra*
the rattan. <-f the child and haa-
h.nnj of dm mother.
When he retUTMd home h* tol'i
his 'wife* what he liad done, ami
he bem* lilerute pointed out Urn
mistake t>> him, and he immediate-
ly returnnrl to th' Koglstrar. ex-
plained the error, and the ceilllt-
lled and a
new one iaiued.
Town Hall to discuss subjects
latlng to Commonwealth student*
The> will question Mr. Henry
Brooke, M.P for Hampstead
The evening will end with a de-
monstration by West African stu-
dent* of their native music
L.K.S.
384 for five
Warwick
The Magistrate
versu* Leicester
five for 41.
; 1V.
: Sua
patriate him. If Ualan'a Oovem-
mant says 'NO' it seems that Leicester 210. Or
BriUsh Guiana will have no choice Warwick 78 for four,
but to keep him in Police custody Notts versus Sussex
or allow him his freedom on Iho for lx.
bond of some re* pec table citlxpn. Worer-rter versu* Vlddle*ex
.'ii that AraghJ can And work and Middlesex 350 for two declared
so maintain himself in the Colony. Thompson 188, Edrich US not out
In the meantirne Araghi Is Worcester 40 for four.
C--- Ol**** Jo allowed to go la and out of Police Yorkshire versus Kent- York-
%J%} Y MTICttClo Headquarters. He is provided ..hire 283 for five declared. Hotton
'Jr./ with regular meals and sleeping 1M: Kent 108 for six
accorrtnaodatlon. Araghi himself ;S
quite puxzled about bis position.
He says he like* British Ouisna.
aa Page 1. but would like to go back to his
Marshall who made about 8 own country. "Ii* I am repatrl-
a* wireless operator was arreeted ated I will go. If I am to stay in
in the park last month as he was your country, I will be equally
used Member* on this -icle of iwatiun of I'lTsuuil and ids CoUli-
ttie House of lack of tact n\ i a*d who could not say that he
now when one of his own Mini*, wilfully misled the Registrar
trra U asked about dropping H However a plea of guilty was en-
brick he loses his temper*" tered snd Persaud was reprimand-
IT.p M and duchurged.
Pleads
Not Guilty
Y.MLP.G. Bit
Lynch's School
glad.'
John Carter told Ihe Magistrate
THE Second Division Basket
Ball match which waa played yea-
day afternoon between
'we are doing everything we can y M.P.C. and USS. at Y M.P.C.,
for him. If they dont want him ^^^ ,n victory for Y.MJ.C
i*ck in South Africa, he can stay -fl^ gu^ ., fMt ftnd eKcWn-
f,te *ik1 wo will find wort for tm^o^hout and at the ead of th*
allotted time the wore was fifteen
all, play resumed for another two
talking to Kuaietaov.
Arthur Mildon an attorney who
tips instructed by the court
.' ppcar for Marshall, said he h
hoptd i^r the possibility of de-
the trial ;ntil next corn'. -
st- ions in September but Go\ &>
ernment had pressed for .1 to All now depend* on the reply
begin Immediately. Mildon said 'rom the South African Govern- % tnd *t the end of that
he wa. prepared lo begin th- f^Jli\'l"5^drta' | the score w ,wve*een 1L
"" *-"-*' _^ SS%^ttJf^TZ2Z Alter -. - rm mm
-----------------------------------------------------1^_ while. Aragh, !s enjoying his 3ft- ** %!**,>?}. utSL n^r?
tcntion' here. He has made many "Ilm/,T, J1 <^h, ",*iJ**"r *"!
brancnef Cabinet maker Peter friends and he is getting to like ,lf th*t time O r.reenidge scored
Purpel of Frankfurt planned to B.Q. more and more every da> ' deciding two poirrU. The chief
stiirt small assembly plant n for here there I* no race discrlm- worers we>c D Badenock and A.
Toron-o matlon end nobody likes Malan-- Jone* ten and seven points i*s*ec-|
If t i- <".* i-nnt: it | may neither white nor coloured folk- Ively for Lynch and G Creenidge
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CHALLENGE
PROFESSOR Beasley's Fiscal Survey of
BsHmmIm whkfa STM laid in the House of
'y on Tuesday is a sober document,
ful! of (haHen-e for those on wHom has
fallui the heavy responsibility of keeping
Barbadian economy on an even keel.
maintenance on present lines
fit of existing central
or local government services and omitting
for the present any provision for the
Harbour a* hetne w for the costs of estab
I British Wot Indies Federation.
Qovarnmnt requires to find every year
IM oi revenue over that of the
nd these increases will by
ISdo/59 have amounted to about $2.4
million or -3 per cent, on top of the
OsiAtnal estimated net revenue of $10.3
mill...,, for 196141."
This suitence forms the heart of the
And Professor Beasley proposes six main
methods of obtaining increased revenue to
meet this gap. After the introduction of
a newtai'ifl and increased duties on liquor.
COttOO piece goods and perfumery, a net
of $400,000 is niggwlad Crom cus>
OOiptl Qomt assessment of in-
>.. Introduction of new taxpayers
ami natural growth would, thinks Pro-
t |.mduce $250,000. Increases
in excise duties and death duties would
produce $300,000 divided equally. Revision
up duties, licenses, postal rates.
.:tis and departmental fees and in-
terest on invested funds would
provide $280,000 while $70,000 might be
expected from a proposed entertainment
"'In- proposals", writes Professor
Beasloy "represent what appears to be the
limit of extri annual revenue that can
perl} bo obtained by higher taxation
nnd improved administration over the
coming seven years."
He draws three inferences.
it will be out of the question to
maintain commodity subsidies for much
longer on anything approaching theii
present scale "and that the sooner they
can be replaced by measures less costlv to
Government the better,"
Secondly, he suggests that Government
cannot in present circumstances properly
undertake any new recurrent commit-
ments which are not calculated either tc
create fresh revenue or to make for more
economical functioning of the Govern-
ment machine.
Thirdly, he suggests that another review
of the prospects ought to be carried out
after perhaps three years to ascertain
whether the island's economy is by then
exhibiting better or worse prospects and to
make provisions for the following years
With regard to the deep-water harbour
project Professor Beasley suggests that at
this stage of its development Barbados
cannot afford to continue without a deep
water harbour. And he makes it clear
that the construction of a deep-water
harbour must be undertaken as part of a
full economic programme which includes
. nlaurinrnt of the airport (already under-
taken). Irrigation to maintain high average
sugar output, deep water harbour, asso-
ii td n-lamatioii of adjacent land for
warehousing and industrial purposes,
hotel construction and extension, expan-
i of tourist industry by means of both
increased accommodation in hotels and
guest houses and of extended seasonal
facilities.
With tins full economic programme he
brackets potential developments of an oil
industry and minor industries.
A programme of this order, he suggest!
ean I oly be Rnanced from a combination of
i tnts including private enterprise in
lintels and oil and Government assets.
fid loans.
In obtaining loans for a full economic
programme with its axis as the deep
water harbour. Government would find
that the monies at present absorbed un-
ppilitablv in [nesting subsidisation would
i VMS a very large ex
al loan.
i itle* is openly critical of the
OOVO I I ' :"1 UbSjdl ..turn. "The
million dollars mutually," ho
works out at ten cents
I week per head of the population and u w Id*-
U nd that l"
Our Readers Say;
.I circumstances th
contribution is really 'tnportant. Moreoeei U
( if llurbados is to em-
bat k on inrm> programme of davetopnant,
i ill be on a hiRh level for years nnd
iii "f the total capital outlay will be
sprni on labour In die island. The UovemBBSOl
onsutenu> it it made
il kdiaa :it the same lime
i-on schemes designed to add lo
Uu national Income."
Throughout his repoti PiotYssor Bensley takes
,1 Barbados' unique econonvc position
In not beinj "under-developed." or "devrlopi'd",
ti-oimmk' deiwudcnce >" the
population trtiwth huj outstripped
..Tin Ktual aRrnullutal expansion.
His survey Is a realistic and sober kcumen,
i,pi,.;..li..n Us the public ot Barbados
., QMbtc (ur undetsUmdinn of ihe eco-
Itl conclusions, proposals
end recommendauoni will call t-t much revuion
>f popular political platforms but capacity for
iwision l>pioai-h to prob-
Itnei in the (ace ot toed It ' swi of healthful
matui tv.
Aii alternative to Professor Beasley'* sober
counsel as uutlnr-,1 in A Fiscal Survey
I Barbados will not regard of the fundamental facts on which his
proposals are mad.' osnhot promote the prast-
l this island.
.il be minor objections and ais-
th certain part.* of detail to las
i -i of misplaced
ires in some UbtSj
numnei of -i-iini* errors
in the p H, but broadly speaking
blunt homegrown

How the raj
1 Barbados partlc-
Mouse of Aasembly may
' nd for all time
which nuuM to humble poll-
p SOpla the need for
thout prejudice.
Thi- Ui>
To Tk$ Edllor, The Adiwolc
SIH.-Thu Leader of the House
of Assembly, Mr. Adams, U
reported as having said, in ttit
dehats on the revision of cer-
tain Slariss <( Civil Servants,
had d of privileged partial in Barba-
dos. This statement would
be lauieuble were It not for the
fact that It was uttered by
one who occupn. a posiUon of
such grave trust and respon-
sibility. As it la, cither Mr.
Adam* did not give sufficient
thought to what he was
saying a forgivable human
lapse ot. what is far trotie,
he has succeeded In deluding
himself am to the stage wo have
reached in our political life and
Ute nature of the struggle in
which the progressive forces In
Barbados, of which he la tho
leader, arc engaged.
It is sufficient to say that the
proposals on which he was speak-
ing at the time and the nature o."
their birth gave the lie direct
10 the claim which Mr. Adams
made It was Indeed tragically
ironic. I find it difficult to be-
lieve that Mr. Adams really
thinks lhat the defeat of an un-
SoUantened group of conservative
leaders Ipso facto spells tin-
death knell of privilege In Bar-
bados. But let me ask him a
few questions concerning the said
prep sell
Does the action of Ihe leader
of the Conservative opposition,
who usually leaves the House
at dusk but remained at his side
until dawn, mean anything to
him' Does ho imagine that Mr.
Cuke's ringing approbation in
the Council, turning so soon after
his Cassandra like pronounce-
ments on the high percentage of
Government revenue being
spent on the salaries and wages
of "pressure groups", would
have been made under differ-
ent proposals--one which did
justice to Ihe whole Service? Is
11 not a striking contrast that
Mr. Cuke could have so quickly
changed his tune after his in-
glorious references to "pressure
groups"? Does all this not Ot In
remarkably well with the ut-
tempts of Ills Excellency in hi
public speeches lo prove that
there was no case for improv-
ing the salaries of the lowr
brackets, but there was a 100
pgff cent, water-tight one for
paying the Increases sent down'
fs it not clear that what stailr-1
ns an attempt to slop the exodus
i r certain officialsand l hsvo
Been nothing either In Be It--
port or Ihe debates In tho Legis-
lature to show that this applied
tn other than some lecbnloal
and professional posts -soon de-
veloped Into efforts lo increase
the 'alaiies of all top official':
and, the Anglican Clergy?
Can we excuse the Govern-
ment for overlooking the onesid-
ed nature of this whole business
of salary increases and the po-
litical impticnUotu? | BSf Ho,
and it Is In this respect that th-
I -ii'oin members of the Execu-
tive Committee should have
taken a strong stand nnd unite
firmly with the rest of the pert]
!>! me say here that I hope
they have paid no attention in
'hose who try to flatter them
that they were courageous In
bringing down the* "unpopular
proposals". This resembles
closely* the praise given the ass.
which wna told that In Spit* of
tin- added weight on Its back and
the advice given It, It had done
a brave and wise thing in walking
through the stream with n load
of salt on its back. All praise to
the politician who refuses to
t>ow to popular wishes merely
because they are popular, or does
not flinch from doing his duty
Uvause il may l>e unpopular with
omr minor Section of the com-
munity, for example, even those
Civil Servant* who were serious-
1> affected at the Unto and disa-
greed with him admired the
courage of Mr. Adams in refus-
ing In bow to demands for 30 or
40 i"', cent, c.o.l. bonus, and
were content to face the hard
economic facts which he then
pur before them ami the public
The people as a whole are con-
tent to bear the burdens of the
emt of living when they are told
that the Island cannot afford to
subsidise this or that foodstuff
and its price must rise But Is
uni-ipul.irlty or hostility n N
deserved than when, after all
his. ihe i*aid Civil Bervies sad
puhhc are told that we cm
afford a sum of $100,000 per
nnnum on a small SScMon of the
administration, and where there
is no Justification, after making
provision for a similar amount
which may be Incurred In leave
passagas? What can be worse
than, in the face of all this, trying
to cover up such disci
and political ineptitude
ing: "Don't worry! We will eon-
laii. or "Blanle
us for desaylna the illisslshllsti
SsSbbI anil lllnillllllWlllSlat of the
Anglican Church, but there Is no
moral Justit)cotii>n (or isevftnf
lliein out", even though they
are CtvU Bervsnls and
arc free to oppose the labour
Party, for which they and tha
Church cost this Island DV0f
$40,000 per year? On no political
grounds whatsoever should these
proposals have it\.....I the Leal -
wture.
I know I hall I-' told that
ludicrous, but
., panes al - '"i"1 I
Great BrlU'n and the salaries
paid there will show that tho
colonies, and now Barbados,
compare more than favourably
with thai country. Officials there
corresponding In status and
...I.itv w.thjjurs have been given
* mere 40 per cent, increase In
salaries between 1938 and 1951.
The officer there who received
500 in 1938 would be now paid,
by Ihe last figures I saw. 700
per annum and 1,000 In 1938
would now be 1.400 In the
U.K. a angle man earning 500
would pay In income lax T4.
3s: ir married. I 4H. 15s.. and If
married with two children. 18.
3s. In the 1,00(1 bracket, the
corresponding I T, payments
would be 254. 5s., 222. 15* .
and 188. 15s. In Ihe 3,000
bracket, the d>ires ponding; pay-
ments would be 814. 5s., 582.
15s., and 528. 13s. These were
the figures for 195051. During
that time, outside the Service,
the minimum wage of an agri-
cultural worker had risen lo 5
per week, und the people, ufler
the war, were rceq/.ving all the
benefits of a Welfare Slate, viz..
family allowances, free gagajUCSJ
and health services, social in-
surance benefits, vastly subsidis-
ed food and full employment.
In Barbados, those officers In
the 500 bracket In 1938 or 1939
are now paid 1.200 or 1.300.
The following will receive mote
than corresponding ofllccrs in
Bflitish Guiana: Harbour and
Shipping Master. Director of Ed-
ucation and Deputy Director.
Principal of Evening Insf.luio
and Vice Principal, Chief Inspec-
tor of Schools, most top Agrl-
rulturul posts. Director of Med-
ical Services and most medlral
posts. Director of Highways and
Transport. Police asB^anratei
(they start higher than Magis-
trates in B. Tho Anglican Church Is the only
State paid body of Its kind in
tho worldanother unique fea-
ture of BarbacTTan life. All this
is happening in a place where the
effects of inflation and the bur-
den of cost of living are making
life wcll-njVgh unbearable to |hg
average middle classes, clerk, in
the Long Grade, and ihe labour-
ing man and woman: where IhS
Labour Party has promised to
reduce the burden from custom*
duties on the mass of Imported
articles classed as necessities.
where the minimum wage H
about $2.00 per day: where there
i* much unemployment and a
UcfJ Of those social benefits'
which mark the Welfare Slate.
Is il any wonder that this matter
was anathema to the majority of
the Labour Party?
We were told by Ihe Hon.
Colonial Secretary that to give
increases lo technical officers
only would "upset Ihe symmetry
and general level of efficiency
of the Service. One wonders
how an offiQ'al in such a respon-
sible potiition could ardently ad-
vooast that we puff out. unduly
in some cases, the heads and
breasts of this alreadv unsym-
melrical body, pay no attention
to the other parts, ami then
blandly talk about -symmetry
and general efllciencv No mat-
ter how much the waist-line and
lower ends are tapered off and
slimmed down he still sees
symmetry, perfect rhythm and
harmony. Ye gods and little
fishes! What next' And. mind
you. if we examine the "sym-
metry" ot Barbados with that of
British Gulsna we will see more
cleat lv Ihe pectfttar waj
Ihe Colonial flecrctar) looks at
" r I*: vi- e\.it; m. l.-\
certain officers tBMd II
lo each olher in the l"tter
There. Office Super-
intendents start at S3.0O0 per
annum, and go to $3,600. Our
Executive Grade is $1,920 lo
$3,450. Take the Audit- eral's derailment in each colouy.
In Bti these are the mI.h : I
the following. All $8.3*0. AssL
Auditor S4.80.'. Auditors, SS.600-
$4,320. In Barbados, these ar'
$6,240. $4,500 and $1.920$3,456
I could also uk. '
i other offices to show
Uw kind ol symmetry . tuiw
I find DO merit In the argu-
ment that we should watch the
offloo and not the individual In
making these proposals. It
M-cms to me that we are paying
many people neither according
asads ear thetr deserts.
It was because a
tain qualified persons for cer-
tain posts that this whole
nutter began or rather that was 2.7.52.
ward toJ.: it is how-
i.i. -i i his ui.ii ICStl uiiiiiviny
merely pruvicieu an opporilUUiy
ii> ssn ncreaass tor imported
uuivuus ana. in oruer DM W
appeal uiKnrtunaiory, au top
UiaeUUS. tae atti.uue ana pacu-
lini aigumeiits of Air. Cukc has
Down uk*. stay i ieii hun
However tnal his clevei attempt
to justify the proposals could
i. ao easily seen through that
oe sOOUld oetlsr have Kept his
inouib closed! It happens that
ioe Laixmr Government has
Dean cstsjnt by all this ospeci-
au> stter it was -k""'-i u onng
In ihe other ranks later. This
acl of appeasement brought
aiound Mr. Cox qurto conveni-
ently, and made him utterly
harmless. Wiiat It will lead to
I shudder to think. We will
nave more inflation and leas
money for social services and
for the reduction of the cost of
living. His Excellency knew this
and lie really meant it when ho
>aid thai we could afford only
these increases. He however
compromised to get support of
the whole Executive, But does
Mr. Adams really think, when
ho says It would be wrong to
:.! out other heads besides
t'chnical. that any man who
stepped up from Principal Clerk
or from the Executive Grade to
a departmental head at tho ultl
rates could have any grouse
whatsoever? It Is clear that all
this has been done merely
through the Imported men.
1 Hud that the buck-bent-bars
of the Labour 1'arty did great
credit lo themselves, to tho
Party and lo tiurbados. They
look a moral rtand and won a
moral victory. They have dc-
mtmslrated th-it they are not
content to be a mere sledge-
hammer rnachinc enforcing and
legalising the decisions, how-
over debatable, of a governing
lacy. They have shown
lhat they aland llrmly by gov-
ernmenl by a socialist party
and not government by officials.
Barbados is experiencing all tho
"il Streets of inflation ut pres-
ent. Small savings and wages
are worth little and the gains
made by thus* who Invest In
such things as real estate, land
and industrial stocks an- tre-
mendously inflated. Further,
what a noted commentator said
recently of the position In
Uritatn thai "in a period of
soaring prices and profits, tho
impoBiUon of a celling on food
subsidies, social services and tho
health srvsMI automatically
reduces the real value Of the
Welfare State to the poor and
H real burden on the rich." Is
also very applicable to this
Island. Our Governor cuts con-
stantly advocated a cut in our
, and at this rate of
spending on salaries very llttie
w-ill be found for much needed
social schemes. After all, His
Excellency from 1920. when ho
served In the crown Agents to
1B49 when he was transferred
here from Nigeria, has been
taken up with digits and con-
servative financing and book-
kcepinx. He is courageous and
forthright, according to his way
of looking .it. things. But ho
should be made at this time to
work out finance in the frame-
work of the apllcy on which
ihe Labour Party was elected.
Mr Adams' high-
souiKiing talk about "Labour
Government" i: wninding brasn
and tinkling cymbal. If Sir
Alfred is even Financial Sec-
retary and oewemor at the
i-ame time an much Ihe better.
lorhe loves litres and knows
them well uut unless the
Labour side of Government can
enforce a policy in keeping with
its outlook and with the needs
of the under-i rlvileged classes
then there may well be further
splits in the ranks a tragic
happening not only for Barba-
do- hut for the West Indies as
whole.
- EX-^mi. SERVANT.
>"*< In Tho //anr/...
rnrn* Frf"r' Thr A<*rocafr.
... H~T>} WM n>USed to read
ihe thrilling account of the kill-
ing of a snake "among some
bushes in front of Uie Barbados
Museum" about 8 o.m. yester-
day, which appeared In to-day's
Advocate This snake, which
was quite harmless, had been
livinc for some time In tho
I Of rhy quarters within
fi feel of my li\ mg room. About
330 pm sevierdav it wag
accidentally killed there In an
attempt to recapture it. The
body wai given by my
who was about to
bury It. to one of the cmplovee*
B uThados Turf Club. Tho
only accurate tact In your
account i* that the snake was 3
feet long.
Your* etc
NEVILLE CONNELL
The Man Who
Did Not
Want Money
He Used Deposits To Buy
More Cars For Sale
From R. It MacCOLI.
WASHINGTON.
ANOTHER chapter is written in the extra-
ordinary story of Robert Knetzer.
It starts in the car-famine days after the
last war. when he guaranteed delivery of new
Qin under market price.
Crowds flocked to his office and pretty well
foiced deposits on him.
He used the deposits to buy more cars, but
finally the bubble burst and there was Knet-
zer owing 1,000.000.
*
AT his trial the district attorney asked why
he thought he would ever make any money
that way. Replied Knelzer: "I Just wanted to
make a reputation, not money."
He was sentenced to 110 years in jail, but
last year was temporarily released because
he said he could raise money to pay off a
separate civil suit. And ha amazed everyone
by handing in 60.000.
Congratulations were short lived when it
was found that he got the money by another
confidence trick. He told friends he had
bought a Christmas tree estate in Canada.

j LAST NIGHT, in Springfield. Illinois, a
j businesslike stranger appeared at the jail
"George Hulcm. United States marshal," he
snapped, flashing a badge. "Knetzer is to come
with me. He will be returned later."
Off went Robert with the "marshal." who
turns out to be phoney as Robert's
schemes.
Now the G-men are searching for the pair
of them.
HAWAII is being sugared under. A strike
has tied up all shipping services, and so the
sweet stuff If being dumped everywhere,
from tennis courts to roof tops.
NEIGHBOURS of handsome Hugo Unwal.
a 41-year-old carpenter, and his pretty wife
Ellin, who lived on New York's Lexington-
avenue, were always hoping that there would
be a reconciliation after they quarelled some
time back and Hugo moved out.
He came back. Ellin answered his ring.
.Smiling, Hugo opened a box, took out a
sawn-off double-barrelled shotgun and
killed his wife and himself.
I SUPPOSE it had to come. A man in the
advertisements who wears a black eye patch
and helps to sell shirts is now followed by a
pretty girl who also wears a black patch. And
she sells girdles.
NEAT switcheroo on the "war is not inevi-
table" theme. Britain's ambassador Sir Olive
Franks visits Dartmouth College in New
England, and says roughly that in a speech.
The undergraduate newspaper, reporting the
event, headlines "War cvitable, says Franks."
AVERELI, IIAKRIMAN lets it be known
lhat that's the way he wants to be known
during the election campaign. Seems he is not
too keen on the William, which is his first
name.
BOB HOPE got a belly laugh on the air last
night when his straight man asked him what
he knew about the United States Govern-
ment. "All I know is that I put down the
Government as one of my dependants on my
income tax return," cracked Bob.
Oh, and Bing Crosby has just bought a big
new twin-engined plane.
IT is far too long since we have seen Her
bert Marshall in a moviebut that's bein;
taken care of now.
His phone rings in New York, and Herbert
is told by R.K.O. "Please be in Hollywood
tomorrow. You're starring in "The Murder.' "
In New York he has been doing a radio
show entitled "The Man Called X".
ACTING just like a Rockefeller. John D
jun. dashes off a note to New York's Metro-
politan Museum saying he is giving il
3.500.000. Lyrically, Roland Redmond
president of the board of trustees, describes
he note as "a superb and perfect document."
The noteor the cheque?
HEADLINE: "Coronation robes hunted by
anxious peers."
CHARLES IHCKENS. visiting New York,
described the institution as "badly ventilated,
badly lighted, none too clean, and very un-
comfortable."
He was talking about the City Home for
Dependants (a poor-hnuae) on Welfare
Island.
Now a big. spotless and modern home is
being opened, with beds for 2.000. It is some
years now since the people there stopped
bcrni; "inmates" and officially became
"guests"
IS AMERICA "turning out more alibis
than airplanes?"
Jim Lucas, investigator for a big chain of
newspapers, is out to discover the facts. And.
from Los Angeles he reports:
"The planes we make cost millions. The
Russians turn out cheaper and less compli-
cated planes by the thousand."
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THl'Ril'ia II I \ J, 1.S2
BARBADOS Al.VOCATE
pace FIVE
OFF THF. OISTIN'S COAST then has been a decline
In the catches of deep sea species (if fish. Very fen- flying
fish and dolphin were tirought to the market last month.
Iins decline signifies the end of the living fish season
which is near at hand and the approach of the Hurricane
M
Although very few boats have been beached, their
owners are ponder.ng on whether to fiah or not. Every
man is watching the other in order to get an idea as to
whether there are still possibilities of catching more deep
sea Ban
i ?]y~abwJl *'* nsnln boati so pound* in weights. Much of the
left the Olstin-K mooring* yester. weighb. was supplied bv Mr
day. Should they return with Harold Webster. Ooactl of the
f?""b.ly '"'c catches, prrhaps Amateur WaghlllftliK Auocla-
'111 be out during tlon of Barbados,
of the .... Thcr, ha been n increase in
Turtle fishing has now become the meml-,hlp. Mr. Webster and
n me Mr. Edwin Rosteni, a Vlce-Pren-
,','!* t,cnl ^ the Asboclatioii. vimi Ihc
"e club regularly to supervise the
all the boati
the remainder of the week
tie flshin
tnportant featuie
Otstin's llthing industry.
the past few weeks
Turtle Fishing Is Important Feature At Oistin's
A Monkey Robs
The Housewife
GOVT. REJECTS
CEMENT PLAN
CiovcruuiM.1 tuvc made
bed by
pllo- to questions
Mr C E Tliu
E D. Mnulcy
Mi Talai* !id enquired m
connection with the :
of a crmeiii plpnt in the
lsUiid Tb reply is that Ut
Oovsrmuent doa not consider
too ViMM or tbo paUnUal
Internal demand for cemem
uAcioDt to Justify tlie tree
Uon of an economic slsed
cement plant here.
In reply to Mi MotUey
who enquired about an made
quacy of bu service* on cei
tain routes tbe "-------nsBUT
"ted that from time to time
ropreeanuuon* have boon
made to them regarding the
inadequacy of the bua ervlcei
on certain routes. These com
plaints have been inveatigated
and then )u-ufled tep- have
beeu taken to relieve them.
. A i guM
mg jusTbefo^uSS? the* turV.e hJ^ "J^T, *<* EK
catchers have ample time to haul StalSSf^ fl?,!?t?i2PIP"*S
their nets and so save them from ST}8"1' H* ls of th being pulled away by the boats d*v"' nd * training hard In
Rupert Harewood has been the P1'ir-t"n for the coming compe-
most sutressful turtle catcher "
Mr. "Jack" Ashby of OttUnS, a
City druggist, is also Inking a
keen interest in turtle fishing. So
far. every day this week he has
arrived at work with turtles In
the back of his car. They were
caught in his nets.
tare ol Nets
Mr. Ashby said that turtle
catching was a paying concern
but a certain amount of time
178,150 Books
Adults In A
Shoemaker
Awarded
Issued To s^m>-^
Year
K h.ori.'l Setfi lee
Vi St. LeoMrda
THE PrBUC l.im;ARY .mud 17H.15U books in the
I and 61,841 buoks in the Juvfnlle
1
i ided Mai.!- .11 J9.-1
Thi report si w% m part:- i-u iff vm these mi on* to adult
IU-.idqu.iri.-rs Adult " ' "Uh <*'
li p.irtiNcnt ,.,, r.^fie,, ^
it boitk* durm. the >
tram all i
.

ti38 withdrawn Bl UnBl f"i furif-
1-odg.e Road. Chri.t Ch
raatatflay awarded gus
I Hll Ro ., Ml -I W B
I'tuMl.l .
Appeal. Origln..i J
Bob-A Job W. efe
W as Success
Lorry JJfulrnyiil
By Firv
139 Friendly
Societies
Registered
The Report of the Registrar of her
Motor lorry T 213 was -_..
pletely destroyed when it caught *we- for I
tire along Mangrove Pond Road,
St. Thornjk ;.i about 11.00 pm
>ii Tuesday.
It was being driven by Theo-
dore Jordan of Reeves Hill. St,
Thomai
$300 STOLEN
t'endolyn Je'Ter* of Roebuck
t. City, reported to the Fo-
that $300 was stolen from
bedroom between 7 30 gjfl
should be devoted to the care of Friendly Societies for the half year and 10.30 p.m. on Tuesday.
were ended June 30. 1930, was laid jr.
results
the table of the House of Ajsem-
various bly^at its meeting on Tuesday.
The Police are carrying out in-
estigatioiu.
the net* if the best
to be expaclcd.
At Oistin's yesterday
catchers were drying their nets The report states: ^ c r\
in order to get them during the There were 139 Societies on the vjOrdon ror Uominicn
evening. Register at the 3Cth June, 1950. M>. G. M. Gordon. OB F...
Seine fishing is at present also No Society was registered (iur- A.M.I C.E.. Engineering Adviser to
Slaying a big part in the IHnM of Ing the half year the Comptroller fot Dove!
ie fishermen at Oistin's. At The following Societies were pnd Welfore. will Leave Barbados
Mn| on Bob-a-Jub Wtek
.'.: ir .1 E i.Mftitii i
th'fllll in th. pre- ' "de-pii
iking a total Imuo nlimo-i ol important drawback
t g.sV.5 a* com- I' '* I '1f,1 Bob-a-Jit,
U previoua w"*fc w" "
%1. rni lalsmd CORunuBionai -nu
tcaturei twid at i
nd fujb iiwt- . Kimeniakw f
ilng in. alfoii In iptl
i i nine ruthrr than pnstp-iuiik
ih tMolu K lsllv '' '' dad QiUl
, [changed :'",K ,!l'" '* imt'ln-can ba it
h, I"'1' upon i"i rapport if and artel
I ,, i ... " .'i pTOsH li tin in in Hi. rlgt
m rfe Ul a idull '' -" '""> "i" li'-n.v
i i tut (.wttu to UN |i '" "' Bootrti and tr<
i i ill plrH ith whu
i throw thajmaelvaa Into J i
v. "n-ii I) ii"' alwarei MMlMa fi"' were clearly mantleatad.
n t fall the d. mm.ts ol
lhi. a | pport latea thai n.
i beii I moat l"urM '" hand
m The ! Hob-a-Job CainpW i, ai
lild keeping the nrce*.ar jarnail the turn of fl.oJl. Ku.iL
.,,. undertaken fv< Jl Oro*ipe i" hcipjium :m
part i. alomentan |,( ,:'" n*wasn Oroup, Harriwi.
, ,, _lir. OuUom, goes the hn..ui oJ ia*
v tt>r lima fil !hp ""gelt amount ol $127.
filing helper, i. "'" -"i" << '-"" I h' I i <
Imitad l" meet TuUv T>c ^c "I tarmng the highest m-
tnoat dividual amount was Jo..ea of th.
OJ arhom live in the scattered Cathedral;liioap TQW boi I m
and reniiP villages, and. glfo. as '".00. Ttie iireatest number ,t
me of (he rtathms are e*tab- Jub " parfonned by H. S. G
li.hed most oonvanlani In enable mem- of fl i day. Creditable am^uti
make full iisc of them, were earned by Garrison S
Uon is botna; pjhran to Scouts, *937. Cathedral Grw
Dm tifl th.- year 61.841 book- the i Md. an lncrea.se of 4.3n tinnal helpers and O* removing SB008"
I ronoui Jtni PM * one nt least of the stations to
books were ."Iikm to the stock im.ro convergent |neatlon
Arriving here nn Saturday last
I % It W 1 A was Mr. Byron
New York This is his second
visit to Barbados MnCf he, haa
been residing in the United States.
Oil Sundav last at Si Leon-
anfa Chuich afirr Malir.s. a
ther Mis.
Kvalma A ... ti. a
foi $3*i ' i bureh. A large
,k i representative coni
1 weehN after he was involved in an aitended. The Revd D. Wcode
i accident oft Decembei r- 'be Service.
\i the conclusion of ||
R.i'tuiin of tipper Roebuck Strict t in the Church by the singing
'( the Hymn "Let Saints on
Benjamin had claimed $240. Bartil in Conetrl I)..e||." the
holding that he h...i suAV rod p i mgree.almn proceeded
i-aii: rt--it |ho kh iinvaflina
had lnrurr.Ni ities M : the formed by Mr. Devonish.
eapair of hi.- l.n .i Ie baosdat bMng The Revd Woode so.** pi ih*
I 871 book
......
the raai : ,


books (oi
ting them into cir,ul.ili..ri .
continued si ri
rocord Iho satist
-; reaaed with th
wheTOl
prksritj olaun la pi wan ' boi
book
whim to tna Ubrary was made
full us,- if iiuimv! lhi? year
Buggaatsoii -
.., ..
i nooh wara ractlvM
and purchases >nade whera hooks
n-ldcrcd su'.tablr lor
i
gh not a-
phfltlful '.....- \-earv
warg racalvad '"d the donors In
each cose gratefully thanked for
'(.mi.
Head.) nailer* Juvenile
DepHrtnuni
1.841 book
ible to [mi Ml bil
He said that ha
ing on the left side .-'
Hmid. Christ Church whan "
'icctdtnt OCCUrrad when Knmdin
nenllKently drovfl and managed
the lorry M-2S43 which he was
driving long the same road, and
ollided with him He and his
i .y.-ie ware tnron a to lhi
tiiuund and ha waa injured and
nu Uereta d.^maferi.
loyalty and chru.
tun until i
to DO. Bl a devoted miUhei This
was followed bv the singing bl
the Hymn "Afatda with Mc" and
the Benediction"
INTRANS1T ON
"COLOMBIE"
rha S.S. Colomble arrived It
Bu nalarda)
ti.im Martinique with Intl
passengers. Many
He claim..! thai rusmdJn bad ***** visited the km
driven too dose to hi -'ll ClOUUBi from th.-
nvertaking him around a curve in atOfag
the road and he was aksD driving Th- Colomble left 1 ter in tho
.:, i-\ day for Trinidad
en the 3rd July
eeks' visit to Dominic
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Poll ce Con rta 10.00 a.tn.
Water Polo Aquatic Club
S 00 p.m.
Mobile Cinema, Reef Ground-
7 30 p.m.
Police Band Concert. Queen's
Park7 4f> p.m.
about 8.30 a.m. yesterday the amalgamated during the half year,
large seine boat, owned by Lewis vn:
Fleming, returned to tho beach The Church Revival Band of
with 175 pounds of seine fish. Charity F S. was amalgamat>d
mostly Jacks. with the Holders Hill Scout F S.
Fleming's seine nets caught a The Queen of Sheba F S. was
similar amount last month. Yes- amalg.imjted with the Olstin.s
terday's catch was quickly Mutual Endeavour F S
bought by waiting housewives. The True Shepherd F, S. was
Other fishermen are hooking amalgamated with the Uon Duke
goat ilsh and bringing them to the F. S.
market. On the housewife's No application for registration
menu, "goat" tish, jacks and was refused during the half year,
turtle are gradually replacing tho No ;ociety was struck off th*
much loved flying fish. i during the half roaT,
The largest catch sold in the
market la.it month was on the
11th. That was 1.994 pounds of
Hying fish. On the other days
catches were well below the 500
pound mark. The catches for
June th.F vear ore, however
much better than those for the
same period last year.
The new type of powered fish-
ing boat which is being built by
Corlclt Yard at Oistin's has
reached the sta^e where it will
now be planked. However, Us
owner. Mr. Lewis Fleming, is
awaiting lumber.
As soon as he gets his supply,
work on the boat will be resumed.
The boat Li expoctod to be com-
pleted In tune for the next fishing
season.
Fishermen nt Oistin's are con- their meeting on Tuesday last,
lemplating holding a "singing" in The figures for General and sanitation, and to glw
memory of two Oistin's fisher- Ccmmunicuble Disease st.ted in by lhi
men who were lost at sea during the report were as follows lontinuc.
the fishing season in the boat Diseases of Early sMkney wrr.' l^bereulaalo: 78
and i DM
Iw -I..-I i . i
of 8.U31) book:
i.t the cloaa
hoi
Itttd
unfit tor
iking a totnl stock
in this dep.n lincni
I tin- >.-..i |JM
a.
iheae efforts it is hoped to eatab-
)-*h more fully t*>e usefulness of
ihe IVpo*.i Stations.
of in.' Speight*- scheme during tho year, making Mrongly recommended that th
" ethod be used nnnunlly to BPH
Headquarteis' Fund.
406 Deaths In 50
Due To Diseases Of
The Circulatory
and 385 taJton irt the
account of reaching the Blje inn
making a total membership 0
6.622 -t the close of tir
i UM stock of this depart
merit supplies are drawn for th
jun
town itr.uu'h Library, the tw
Government Indu-tml BchOO
. u.i ih. eight Deposit Stations.
As it is n UM iiiveniie that Id

apaclal attention must b* given t1
tna MMCtlon .>t booka n ordar 1 1
enable the seed gradually to grot*.
and dovolop. It bj m Ini ,
tlut the main problem of this de-
partment li<^ Tin- markets of
Canada and. UH l' SA., frori
Which 1; rge quant ties of book.
1 . lously drawn, .1"
tloaod on account .>f cUrTCDC)
Tlie iglai Coom kisBooai 0
served that in quit, g numptl 1
iscs Jobs were paid more th,
they worth while in a number tin
grossly underpaid This w, s
School Libraries llennrtmrnt ' '
standing that the )ob ... to 1
Tins department begun to rum- paid a bob or 1111111111; nn i<
Uon in October, 1040, under a UVg -( "" nature of the Job (>
li ^il s.lieme fin* the supply ol tho tune required to 1 pb U
books to elementary schools. Ten Concluding his Raport, the I
vhoob weu- brought under the land Commissioner writes "I
mini,
total at the close of thi
2H schools to which books are
supplied. During the year 1.011
new books were added to UM
vtixk. making ,1 total stock of
Kg at the c1o.it of the)
<.,r Books were issued to 8.135
children durng the year as com-
1 "i arnh 2.042 m the sl*-
rnontha i>eriod in the previous
>er during wh.h the scheme
1 for the first tune
h/if>nrt Licences
\\ Ul B0 tssurti
itiolUi nt Supplies state
will
As the scheme
ittd as Its su
itably test
trial
*
1 'I'm is being, made t
1 the oAV lancy of Ih
verv importahl Hei..i tmeni ,1 I
DISEASES of (fie Circulalorv were responsible lor hlgfaoal |ava| )- lo
40G deaths in 1950, 15-ld*!. of the total death:., the Directoi
of Medical Services stated in his Annual Rep-irl for igSO-1)! inicre*t' In thalr' bbraj
which was laid on the table of the House of Assembly at hour" was continued us a weakly
ut ilh
1 .','
tsDN i'" UBUal entertainment was
Kknn for the childn n.
man] ol a hom wt ra gi 1 1
fit.
11
msideratioii will be gi
ing lirtnces for importati<<
Horn all KOUrcasj Ol item* win.
n "" "^"u",',"', ^"i"" OvlUbl) rest wth lb,. tVache'is u.elud. pollard, hnaeed. oilme 1
K?^S5!kl^^ff^,?" *"< r^poiisihlo for Kemg ^roundnul meal, alfalfa
M.-i thr issue and return ..f th, '
hoofcg and their proper Cgdnl !>
will I*. w.iu-hed will
ea-re with a view to its incorpor-
ation Into the I'ubii. 11,
civic., on 11 permanent basis. The
statistical raootdsl that nr- kepi
tl iJ< ng cif the scheme are
ludod in iho general
statistics of the Public Ubrary
1 tho m tl i|>en mar-
ket. In apilo Of (fall dlsiidvantag*
ajfon
sprouts, corn gluti
grain and corn
paoplt who wish he
mp rtiiiion f *'iy of these
mmlihes have to make |ppla '
to the ofllce >f the ControUai
not l.dei Ulan 10 a.
nn ,Ily 14.
protocUon

Miss Pam. They hope, with the n sponsible for 472 death." ropro- notified as against
approval of the fishing authori- scnting 17 56^ ol total deaths. Total deaths were 85. of which
ties, to keep the "singing" in Disease* r the < Inulalor* 5 occurred In residents of the
Oistin's Market. Nyslem were responsible for 406. populitid area <>( St. Muh.H A
Miss Pam. with its two-man deaths, representing 15.10% of limited number of beds are avail-
trew. left its mooring about two total deaths. able in Almshouses for isolation
months ago. Nothing has since Infective and Paraaltle Diseases >* tuberculosis cases. Co-oriiin-
been heard of the boat or the were responsible for 320 dcilhs ided attack on this disease by
crew. reprtsentlng 12.24f of tolai Public H.alih and Curs
Referring to the unlucky crew, deaths. vices Is long overdue I
a fisherman told Ihe Ad vacate: Inlracranlal lesions of vaacal'r irr available m Ajipendix XIV t"
"Clayton and Bud.were good boys, orlaln accounted for 210 deaths, "ie Report which cover a period
They were my acid friends and representing 7.18"; of total death
1 think they arc deserving of a These causes represented 85% of Diphtheria: 23 eases with oM
""tssCfcann'. tn.t n,t^h .R,A..f,iMl the deatt,% du* to <"* of the death were notified u against 14 ,..,,, f(ir
MtaVams last cawh amounted Nervous System and Sense Or- '"
to 185 pounds which she brought KB|1,
to the Outin's Market on April Dlseaaea af the Reaplratory ;4,s-
I '<--|MUit|t IH'V III
I .K. \hn To
More 'V^xe*
B5 For I'rofilrt ring
Agent: A & S Bryden & Sons Ltd. Barbados
nil Or guard)
hM >
kindly ln,itie smn.r of PollCO, M| in .if.
1 1 Iho prtk ii'dinga
rt th rrtusk pproprtsrta 1.. ..,. hll , ,|,.M>, ni1.
ih.- programme included ,I;)V , Knglond due to in
a Christmas story whieli 11 r- U g y q Blyall whl
>f the children, n mtisicid paaaod through here VCMorda)
quiz for what, H ,- K D -., t.hmM, ..
<-d. Chr'stmas (-.. 1 ,, ,v 1... ,, 1 cR ,,. [,,,
pupils of the St. Matttilas Hys'
Schi-il and u song by a meiniwr Mr. Bryan who is waUln I
"^'r Half. ThM n an riinmeei with Ape* (hid, i
,"'''' '", ?t OttracUVOl) IOC ,.VI,, rr three months- holula.
, ,'": '":'...... ," 'I'M H was accompanie.i by hta Wtf<
l-'oiii-yenr-old saltsmnn thus
Hadoad ol Indramac Ouwl H
I 1 ,t ('inn 1 h. .!- yesterda. '
ordM 'I to pay a fine of i.5 ful

pun rayon U> g eUfltOmOl ll N
DM 'Oil instead of a| $3 46 peri
yard.
Tin- Hue which was uni-'-'
by Mr. C. W. Rudder. Poll"
Magistrate or District "A", Is It
be paid in 14 days or in detau
one month's Imprisonment will
hard labour.
25 last.
A troop of model boats, 24
inches long, is now being built at '
Oistin's. The fleet will raco *
against hoata of a similar size
along the St. James coast.
Corlclt Yardc's Sea Fox re-
tained the championship when a
series of Model Boat Regattas,
sponsored by the Oistin's Model
Boat CJufck were held recently.
Severaf Kesld< 11U at Oistin's
are not a* Mncelhod over world
Ulf) arc 0VM a monkey
which n. seen rcgulatly in the
morning. This monkey, which
moves swiftly among the trees. _ive_
put in its appearance in the dis- *
trict a few months ago.
Unlike the monkeys at Cherry
Tree Hill and Turners Hall. Its
tem 342 death;, were rfghtored. "wJJJJLi
not notifliblc. the five types oc-
curred during the year. Of the 1211
deaths caused by syphilis, or 4 8*;
of total deaths, 70 occurred with-
in the lirst year of life and II
occurred from the ilrst to the
fourth year Th'. re II 1
niproved venereal disease ser-
vices from whK'h ood dividend*
can be OXpoctod
l^proay: No new cases wero
reported. There were two do-t|is.
To think in terms of eradication
rather than control is not too
1 .! na hides some of the daVca-
cles purchased by housewives. It
la not unusual for a housewife to
i.iseover that a pint of milk and
a loaf of bread are missing from
her dining table.
representing 12.72% of total
197 cf these were due t.i
pneumonia or broncho-pneumo-
nia and of these 95 occurred
within Ihe first year. Deaths from
pilmonary tuberculosis and
whooping-cough are not included
in this category.
Dlseaaea of the Directive System
nccountcd fer 213 deaths, repre-
senting 7.92% of total deaths.
<''"'[ and Other Tumour*
were the cause of 173 deaths, ra-
presentinii 6.1*". of total deaths-
More detailed Information Is
the Appendices to tho "rong a presumption.
Report and special attmtiotn is TeHnna: 41 deaths occurred
irawn to the eight maji r causes , a ^gy,, of tms dlsease Of
fled under the ,ht, num|,er ^ were It
9. Free antitoxin and fn
ophylactic toxoid continue to ne ,. _
.vaUabh 10 mMlcd pne- SSS.,!^?^ | '
Tne Iteference secti.,:
; very expensive
England
-
>w about 4 I
during the" yenr, making i->tal of P*'"'1 whlch
stock of |f>5 at th,- close Of Iho a ta,l,m
year. Meat which is very scarce *
still rationed, but recently, th-re
Deposit StatHins has been u good supply cf fresh
Th.i- ..re pawn DOpOah sta- vegetables.
Uons in -h During the first month he w.
Of the p.-iri'he.i- of St. John. St. in England. Mr Bry n said th it
Andrew, Kt Jboaph, Si Luej ind ,M'" weather was rather cold, but It
-.as, and two In St Philip, started to become bright (hiring
During the year 3,520 books wera the last month.
I it-sit Sii/t/tlifv Hvvvirvdl
Twinplen Sharpener*
t liarette Holders
Photo r-r-inir*
Te* Strainers
(.old (hhiride
llUklet's lleliil Oil
Chareaal Bis*'nits
Sillllary Rlorkrltes
A A WHITE
-I LINIMENT

f death
cbu
Intermediate International List
Causes of Death. Thc:e statistic
..re shown for 1941 '50.
Communicable Dkea*es
Enteric Fever: 37 cases ware
ported as against 69 in 1949
der tne year of age.
( Two CB5<- WOTO icporteil ai
against 6 in 1949.
Malaria: The colony remained
free from malaria and anophOlln'
Occasionally the monkey's haul Of these nine or 24-3% died, mosquitoes were not four... .
includes such expensive com- Though the morbidity represents Insectisatten of schoon.-i
modifies as pines. a notable decrease, It cannot be re- aircraft continues roul
The .VclKhMimnc < lab at Oi garded as n true index ol the tin's a branch of Palm Springs case in the community and al1 death, occurred in a fairly navi
Barbell Club, now has a total of efforts to improve environmental pidem.e
liaa*' f*ftrii%
/### //inie
....i...>..........
Our LOCAL
POTTERY
. the talk of the town
(.LAZED HANDMADE
FOTTKRV
WATER Ml'GM t4.4>0
t-i m it a iniKiui
Ml (iS .....S3-00
SET8 af POTTERV
KNTREE DISHES S3.5
POTTERV LAMPS MOO
POTTERV PLATES
2.00, 11.00 each
POTTERY VASES
S6.09. t*.M. J2.M 11.5*
ASH TRAVH 4t> esrh
HOME PRODUCTS DEPT.
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD.
10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street.
litOlVf**M IsT
i nk, 111 la 4 Wiiltc at IS 87 Yd.
'Irlrmmvllm"
This I. s v.
material and
rangr nt plan
Mrvimbie art
I. .tvallable In to
#r# till, //s*- IsV. r
!'i*.k, Silver. Champagne, Ecru,
Lemon. & Id, U Blue, Tot
Itose. I.. Boi le Hose and White
at $3.76
HARRISONS
BROAD STREET-DIAL 2664
no............ .........
.....a............
HOUSEHOLD GLOVES
SKOL SUNTAN OIL
?
KNIGHT'S LTD.
ENJOY
THESE
nt ttrwtkUint t.unrh
Itin 11 Shwarli Cieletlneper I-as. pkt
l.usbus Jelllrs (1 I'lavoars) pit pkl.
Koo Tinn.lu Sauce l^e botUe
Koo S.O. Marmaladeper ft-lh. tin
l.tplim* Irenrh t'ciPrr-per tin
ClSssl I'ure (.rape Jukr-
I ;r K-.ltli-M Sml. Bottle
Ind
PI
.....I1
Illl
Jar
". 77*. i?
. Koo Tamiloe*- Lag tins
- Drlrd Inn* S.ljd prr pkl
II. in. Srrt Mu.l.i.l C- Wl. ,;.-,
I)4nlsh Thick (reamprr tin
Kanrh Mtnerd (urned Brefper tin
ir..,. i. I.uurhr.iii it 1 Lostper tin
Brontr Ku-' It .r per 1-lb. tin
-.UU.ury Oomoi Muttonp-r tie.
lluntlrv \ I'jlmert Dundee OasH
pag nn
Huntlr> X Palmers Eruit (skr
prr tin
Nrll.on. Nut K..II- per pk< lie
box or M
P..t- De f.dr pgff UN
Tate A l.rles Cube Sursrper pkl.
COCKADE KINK RUM
nu .1
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Miiiislnlil ,'iinil iS. I!n.. I.!il.


PACE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY, JULY 3. lKt
CLASSIFIED ADS. "'m,r TO
me PHONE 2 SO*
OBD
V IMt II M M| IW.J
.
die Bam.do' Co-op C'Mum raatoty
Ltd 11.- luhrral Kill leave hla late
meld* Wet Jl 410 O'clock Ihl- after-
roan In* St Ann > thmrh
EnH Mclni.i.h and children. Anita
Blanch and Lilian TTiom*. outer*
IN MKMOK1AM
'ill w.. n* of my de.
!'uab*d rt-.,d B'llf^ T>
- -J July thd. IM
(Win- 'ton i(nt n..i nni from imp
T.me HM anas 'he edge of grief.
Tbeurn de.d h O-i-i .-I 'lull h
0"
r-a n

i :
beloved Uoiher *
r-"te-i
Mg
m
i sir...
for iiu-ie". no nicht
She l> M*w. til not I
ln our meit.orlea. ao tai and I
Some d.i" well mtl our d..r
u a i
liVn Wtta are n**d bar*
John bW .i.ra-ifle-
FOR S.I I
ACTOMOTIVL
V in f.f.i CL...
II .III. 1 .1 li f
iAR I Alii
CAR-CHnm Light 1ft H P
twin Carburettor. li Mo4<*:
Milee In eaccllcnt condition
r gSBBj liilM Mr Cote CO
n at
CAR- IBS! Hlllman Mm
i- food condition A
.". Shepherd Co .
cAft-r>Mit sup-t-Lvuix*. run ciM*
ndl Owner-driven HMO
Dial MTS IJ S-l I n
i;iluai and
..I.I. : holll
rt. Apply li
DMI I*"' i
NOTICE
p b*g lo inform our Ojatotnert ant
in'ndi thai our Provision DafMrtanaml
fill no laBit I* eaari lo lb* Pub IK
Saturday* Our nthtr Dapartn-nU
m.i i e r c. .. A >-i
SBin
IM Bl.lt S \l KS
NOTICE
AltllNl IIHOni INI1AHII
I.VMtlNATIO*
For Ih. .nl Vhi bagl'inlng I
ferpl. lflM> banatn-iiori for few.
U the Allcene School -.ill be held
Monday July m, itgg al t m at
Scbaal.
A|>p)M|lot>* loai.m. r -nil liDiMnul
rrrllfleal** and Teotimonlat. Will bo
\>\m Hnd-tilri up U
rndav Jul- IS. .
Appiw-.iiona far ana o< more varan
rt.umi.non Schniarehlp* tenabla al in.
Mleync School, will bo rn.i.id by In.
MaodanaMo* up lo Friday July l Candl.
date* will bo aaaminad on Mondaj
Mr II at 1 a m a M-J*
aid of St
on by
RAFFLE
apeatr: worai
I V*. ,...
I-r Dill
Ha
ONK ill AiMt.n luo
I Aualin A M Cnt
U V. broil Co I
-
Trlrphonr till.
I
UllJ-lIn
Fennn of Boaton. U 5 A Thr
I'i'd. IM 09. ha* bren arrl
Tr... ..I Itxe Woirjii-
j-ilM* rai maiaad foi SI I pier Dell.
Maad Mr. C K ON.--I WhIUhall
3.TM-1R
HI:.
AfflNH .>E-HEVTJ


KLKCTKICAI-
I (III KIM
rocclvvd now ihipim v QikttwJd
irnxl Aulomalir CM'-l-ti al
% MifTri It ft, 1.10 lladiu Km-
15 11 IN.
BOUSES
Altnwtttp aUNdr
llnjft. ceT.forta i-i.i
balli. Oprn Vfi.n '..I
ona peraon lor (mil
Tlrpbena taas
. JUST AimiVKD !,- Do lin
ii;nn-M*drtn IUdio-Onm> 'will. Oa.
i.rd l-apoadCNand.i. Too I'i.kuf ll.-l>
! (-. rirvdlv Wprrlf.. in alUbi
A "ml lad quaiillly onli
11P0I. P C H MAIKH a CO LTD .
aa- i r
. Iloipoin
lined. INOMtV' MaW Gard*n> Tin.
fllh lha lanaai, irltpbono numbar "1"^
F.Vn.VM. POACH If Co.. LTD..
PIHK.ll St
m I T U-l f ii
of rut r.ij*i.. m inu.tiin* at pi-
I iKTuV-n Si Apply A it
N Co M HIM I i.r
I'Y* BATTERY STTRV-Jual a (a* lafl
UArnn bahio cwroittuu
ii f It li
. ..in .v n
im:hs.\.\i.
k hncby warnad nj*in
....
YAUEM1A 30MBI 'naa rordi al I dol -
nol hold mi m|| mpomitil* lot bar or i
It aril ri ai.y BErniGtHATUlU rrUfldaBaa mbda
i tlanrrai Molota. Bdvoi and nlnr
Liblc led Alwayt maka aura your
i> a f-ilctdauo. K
rUBMITilU
drlda In m> a*in' uni.
-.( VERNi: AMBROSC JONC <
i 1

i pwj varnad .itaim'
1
nrn-.Hri.na*-nac ll.illi < I do no) boli
: r hai or ai. ant
* > aentrBii.i di bl
ma.
Sd- LIILE AjLMtlRONO
v.. MB
Kl Jjtii.-.
).: --n
UIVLH.NMLM NOIRE
UMAL slRVfcY OF
Capita uf itu- I > i
rjor C. on !iv t inl Survey ol iiarbao<>
I. ii the CotoolfJ lac-
reury OiUce at tne prloa of Jl.vin
cacii.
37.W Vn
l>oui . Ixiqifii')
Adjourned
His WuM.iv Mi. L. W. It,;.. ! .
1 XDistrict A", jt^ti't-
day adjOUtWl unlil July 16 I i
uiquUy _iiito Lh Lirtunuiattv b
>i-nHiiii**TM/-hi- ilcitlli of Ail
. TiiTiburei of Frmi P.
Si I'hihp
AUU Kflna- (in*-! .i the Genci i.
on Jutlv 23, nilcr he wm
rtct;uiit''i uuic lufftriiii brem Ui
inch hi- auntblnvd wh--
hi- wi. involviO in jn a-.ciilLi -
with a motor car on Hugftatt Hnl!
Road, St. Michi.i'l. on June 16.
A po>( mortem exarairmtii.
was 'MTtormed by Dr. A. S. Cui'
at the General Hospital Mortuat
on June 24.
Sirl. Haynes attached to Dis
trlrt "A" r*olicc Station i.i con
duct bit! Ihf inquest on behalf o
the Police.
Third Annual
Rrnefit Show & Dinrr
In AU of Tha CF. CH and
'T jnt'N-a BABY wnxABX
I rAOIIF. ri.TNTCII
Al MUM BAIJ-. liiiKol
The Star Buds School
or ham im;

MIOCaAHHf
. i.vi'-irnr. r-iirr" Rand
1 mi H'AI i'OMJCDV with
i i.i... Ai cnoriiiM In
Cm in A My >*"
a DANCR OF Tl toy aot-
r.ltil Slar Hud-
OwMl Armto
i .
I TA1 I fT Danub"
UK ta lludi
i po Daara
i .. -it*- lluda
; PABASOl. DAACC .........
. .
BT SCENr. ilhalcbi
Mr. :
ii r\.\ El r; i:tr. Ntr.tiT
Mi Com- )hiinp. a- O.U,
Hud
Buda
l >T I VERY STAB ....

r,
Piraii'
Lithl Slar Buda
Slat Buda
: > Madaina Inll and
i ii,.
Mr Jan.* Bxhlaa. MBS. Maalar
-I I '.'rx.nl..
DIMIM. APtBB *HOW
I prrrn'Mki- Ot Col.
Sat I ho
diratiion ol Capi lu.aoa
v n r ih. folioa BaaW
mm ii* u-ir
ADMISSION $1.00
Show TlrVH_
or Tha Slar
H '-.-.i-..,t
' .-.ii; in. i. ran
pal M li
anlMfua mail tldalxtard
ola.. haaa M n U
-i- -.i. i -I. n <
VHtloi. d.lli alter .1 i
( .. .,i
......hi.
ii ,i.k.-i
I"A Kavll-
' T 81 In
LIVESTOCK
i ix e*
I Cat! I
uia Brad Kolit'li
..Id. out oi
ill. Prlnca Albail J W SmlOi
Mlaha-1 Dill latl
. IMra Brad HolMam Call
I.lllVOR LICENSE NOTICE
ha atiplir-iiinn Pkrrpar of Bank Hall, holdar of
.or Uaanae No OX of IBM Bnunad
I irdarit R Harpar in laapaci ol wafll
board abop with wall froi.iaa.i- .1
Miirin* Boad. Bank Hall. SI Mlchaal,
for par en. *a Ion lo ii- aald Llojuor Llranao-
aid 1'innlMi. Bank Hall SI Hlrh-
Dalad (In. Btlh day of Juna. UBI
I- I A MeLXOD. EM .
.v .*;.'.!. Dial A
Slamad LIVIMiSTt'Nt LOWE
Applaaanl.
application will be cpn-
darad al a UcaDaln Couil in be bald
IMiiee couil. DIMrlci A on Wed.
ndav the Mr, da of Jul,. I0M al II
Police Maauiuie. Dut. "A"
) 1 - In
i hm "It LICENSE NOTICE
. .lion of WiUl.m Z Aaajd.
I lJihlafoot Lane 'older
<>1 Liquor Larenaa Mo 3 of 1S43 ii.nud
la Jaa. Davla in raapacl of a board and
htnale "hop wlU ahadioof altathed al
A leyne'a Tenantry. Buui Hail 81
Michael, lor peimiaalon lo uar aald Ligm.
I icennr al aald prernlae. Bu.h Hall. *.l
Mtcnaal
Dated ihit i "lav of June. IBM
. 1 A Mr-LEUD Baq' .
V^'.,,-- Mallatrale Dial "A"
-.iBr.ad Wm I ACJABD.
ApplK-nt,
N B Thia applkallon will be con.id-
ad al a Ucapalni Court lo ua halil al
4lca CouH, DM rid -A" tm mdar iha
tn dai of JuV. Una. at u atw. ajn
B A Mrt^OD
REAL ESTATE
AjnjTBY on Baa. Bl japM, T-w
iW-lniill hwa iKh ha. ibaaa
ATTII-*.|, al
two n..i r
"ieral bedroorm
e. Phone Sft4
, Punbiballa Dlv^ad
hai dtnlna. n.-wlnj
J-BUPBRT1BB- Shop a'.d Baatderua at
T.a.lde Bd alandlna on 1100 aq It
nd Water and UahU Inalollrd
Aim-. Building. Land at Clapham
rlr.-m.bl,
iaw at Howall > Cnr Road Siaa
la Id. back Bi x 11 Shad as a
i, d can be ranted Alao il> Large
. "rfea
Bd
am >
l 2;
Coopers Neck I SHIPPING NOTICES
Broken
The undarala-ned will offar for aale at
'ublie Coaaai lilt lor, al tha4r orVr No
1 II Kh Sire.-!. Brtdawlown. an IT (Jar.
i* aaa day >r July, laaa at I m m.
fhe bungalow known aa CASVI1XE
rHB the land tbaralo containing by ad-
naaauranwHit BMI aq ft illualo In
>avy OardajM, Chml Church and
ur.uinlng an open van*
aouth and eaet combined
i.g room. 3 badroonu. loilat, baaB
FTtMn Pa** 1
It Was while Mclntowh waa dig-
(ingt that they heard the main
root give away. Mclmonh Hied to
W elta, coul- reae-h safely at the top, tne
tree crajahed down on hun. tod
knoclcd him buck into the hoi*-.
Meayf.vhik- hi colleague was
c-aLupall-d out of the hole and to
aaf-qy b> the backUft of the fal'lng
tree. He said he iinmediately ran
around to where Mclntosh was
and was on time to see hun (aluiut
back inw the hole. He called for
him, but he did not answer.
Cutting aald they had both
cxpacurd uuu the roots v
deeper, but at could be seen I
the uprooted trunk, there
MOMTBgAl. ,1IHII ma
'HUM. lisp IINIill.
m A M B i 'l
GLOl'CBBTXB I
-aL from Port Pirle May Hal, Dawaawort
Hi. la>lboiirne June lth, flydney
BUh. Brlabana July Kb. arriving al
latbodoa about Auguat au>
tn addition to ganaral cargo Qua vaaaal
bat ample apace lar chlUod and bard
rroaan cargo
Cargo accaptad an Ih rough BUla ol
rx
(h,m and aw lipiuaill ETunk there .,
pr-tt-yiS^ !3ftJjjtl,taf kwptng ii -p -<
The huge trunk l* about five to
.nap^Uon dial 0 S^.J^JSJ**'' "<* *
rther parurula/fl and condition. oTTT00 V31" the scene and who
_Ja apply io_- have had Ui do with weights
cirrTLr cattobd a co 3D n m [e.stinidle that it would weigh abou;
aiTa"TirtBI foUr ' flve lon-
Mclntoah had been accustomed
doing work of the kind, and
lacr.ved from Ihe
Govt .In-BxoeuUva Cornrr.lltao 1 wlU aell
U.e leapactlve apota by public com-
,. UUen on Thiiraaar next 3rd July tha
ilia wing One II i double pooled
oodan building at St Donlfacr Junior
School at 13 o'clock, and al St Lucy.
Ji ..a' and Otrla' achoola one m wood-
* building at 3 p m
Terma alrtttty caah DArtj A Beott
m-t Aucttanaar.
WANTED
"National Ca*h Monk Kecpini M'-(
*pcrator with prevluu. r>p< i <
hefoie 1.1 Auguat.
IB0J Apnl. In peraon with wrllten
ppthalloii i '-,.ri-r>. Dov-d.ng p.tale.
MISCELLANEOUS
ce Hold* diploma a. llconce with
rral vejra' rapannwi- Wllle LC J
i Advocate IT.awda
COATS li Hanaan
n.u fiaah In ml
Irathwailf, Gaidei
load, SI Mlchaal
MECHANICAL
POULTRY
i-i..i; .'.< ',vi..
1
Dw
110 eg!
old. On
ke Th.i- dock. SB! 00 Indlvldui
rakra Bavcn dollar. Ducka Sta do:
li. On View rild.ii atli to Sunil.
in pm tosaopm
li Peawlea. Bayleya. St Pl>llii<
MISCELLANEOUS
lEHtAU. snirdrted Wh
liikaa. Ootmeol. All tln.ii A Ol
rin. W V Pl)BD 3. Bo
il MM*
rnt'iT in TiNS.Paan.
llWad I'liieiipplr. rrunei. C.uava
- k St Dial
H mi pa
(lALVANISBD-BpacIal oBei lot 1
lays Boat qual,t E, gllaii galvanlaed
wela B It (J M 1 ft St ao n It I
' Ito galvanuwd nalta 30 cenla par
tulo Tyre Co or Spry ft Trafalgar
i.l 3a*" 31 6 H-l
a r. h \
i .hlpment of Can..
.arloua dealan.
iw. when we have them

FOR SALE
I ...Ulun
...
MODERN Bl'NCALOW Craem-
Mall leirnor A ni.-.li mi.-buiI
tana bunaalow on a comei alta
1 bdaM bh III ma laowi
.iinlna room, verandah. Kitchen.
. jg* and wrimi .
Hiiarlera 1'le.iannl garden wall
II l.wn. nnd bonl.'.
thi (..Mint.-.
-
.....Dim Ptaaaant aataaa wiii
lloun bed-. Inun. .
rare, and bihi
' '
l. 'gr living mom. covered tlallerv.
illt-.n -ia,-.l-
looei.. wall filled kit. hen. garagr
oBH-c All i
I ....
tt-ne
:i r..'CAE:r. HAI.l. TCBRACK
lirienlly b'j-.t
rordjtrvarted I
i
JulbBaV.. Kjakaia...
y co.
LPJ i \ \
Heal EtUto AgwBtB,
\in tsBBeen. iiuiuiim.
8iirvi-ii. i
I'honr
rianlatlnna BuitiUng.
$at H PficKET MONEY i
. .11. L SION ... ,,-r m'mll
the tree
the ola
> kind parmlaalon I will aril .,...,. ... _ MJ _,
Mcbvaarnay ft Co tiaraga Frldar had previously felled trees for hi.
Ona BIA 1 Seat-r Sedan Car enspaQyen H- f-llerf .K- ..
working Order Term. Caah B ._!??' ""_, If!ll*d the tree
win. McKanria. Auctlonaor ^ 7*h s : n- Jn Y.M.C.A. yard.
his late thirties or early for-
ties, Mclntoah leaves wife and
Wldren ranging in ages
.1, utoa M
at ihc I.EMJIAI
"TOR OUMLBtn CO Nelaon Street foUr
H-Ci A Bcui
m* sa-
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
.'l-S
calvrd from C L
raker ft Co I Will aoii or
ly s at hi. Ofllce Spry St
thedral> lha following
.1.1 rubber.. Pedal*, rump tnp con
..,. roxiar caatnga Bl a IHi Dun-
Bwncle). Spannni.
BrwMVrre*. Man. UUrta. ataoaa.
.,.'I.il boon, Bladder, imull -lii
" k- Braid, ke Cream Powder. Bul-
iU, Bxua Strang. and many othei
i Tarnv Ca*. Sale at 13 10
V1NCT.NT OBirtTTll 'Auctioneer!
Ki>*d.ter.
tir*n 10 years to 14 months. His
eldest ciuld. a boy, was due to sit
an Bntiance Examination to Har-
rison College to-day.
Of hw family hid father-ln-
was the first to arrive on the
scene Other relative!, on learn
of the accident rushed to the spot
and later his wife and some of hei
latlves arrived by car from the
luxury. The shocking new* had
taken unmediate and heavy toll
m the wife, and by the lime she
cached the scene she was in an
Imost complete state of collap**.
She ws-* almost Incoherent, and
when sympathisers endeavoured
to keep her from viewing
husbands body, she wrung
hand* and snapped her nngen
despair.
LOST
i or.mi
LOST
WHITE DISC 'I *<> KUndald P
i> I...S! between Spelghlitown and
I'M.lgetown Pindar p>a* return to
\.mii.- Rock. Htpdabur- Rood or dial
^dl Car U-3T47 3 T 13tn
T'dad Boxers
On Way Home
A'Cighl
1 testing
etRtit
SVl PIJ3UENT VOII iM'.MI i
irrUsiON Ohla.f
II part.cul-1. froT the RKniPTt'Sli),,
SU-e l I M fi
'1VE LX.1.IJVII.S t.i
ixii Kadlllu.lon for I
, na In on- calendar mr
k OH KALE
MISCELLANEOUS
RKCORI) Juat Received 1 ong Plavm|
lypaoa, r.i l-.i it.. rt liUo K i
Mildred Al-ell. Tad Heath. Hilly rotnn
Arllatal Wm Tog irtv Ud-.i Ltd
11 Sttu
RBCbxm a 1 : 1 S3 1
l- i cilon
B paH|
1 pick
aat> Tt-iP
w .i hona 3BT8 1JJ! Bi.
BATaTtCropa Back
In Oaaai. Dlua
u-iiiiUi :
..'... ui. now lo tha Dallp Talegraeh
. .i .1 leading Daily Newapaaor ad*
Ktnt in Barbadoa by AH only -a raw
re after publication In I ninl.ii Con
riNNBD MEATS Lunehaon Ucf.
TOOIA Hand DrllU Hand
ii. II... to SMn Back Saw
id lain Compaa Saw. 13m I
I Slovea Spirit Levrla Sin |
BlU. Plvan -
ilh Mitre ft I.-..-I
hi.
Claw Hanunai..
Ilia.hr. C D JOI
HI.DDU.ti UtFT ,
ad No-cord lion h-i
.eddina-glll allo-ei
NEW TUG PUT
INTO SERVICE
The nnv Mg Lord Uillothb.
,iit riiKi'ie TriaU in C.n
lisle |i,iv oil Thursday, Mth Jun.
1952. The trials- proved solt-
fBctory and the tug ha* new bee-
US. Aif Force
Chiefs Meet
kaasBB.
For turtbar parUanlara apply
M "Mil W1IBT OO.. UTB.,
I Bis I it a ii v
ajsj
da Mima a in iii,
CACIQUE DEL
-ci-v' C-r.o -i.d
LaarU.
. and ."
Date of SaiBng la be notHI
The U V CAlUBBEt
crept Cargo and Paaaenajar
Itaimmica. AnUgua. Mania
i Bl Kitu Data of
ln# to be nolldo it
B.W.L it ao.i-.SB
ASSOCIATION IINC.
Coaaagaaa Tala. Na. I
>0awjcr '.'.'.: ',',:*-'.:'.: ,*.*ss
y^Mcoa SiwuMpCo.
NEW YORK
A STEAUBN taSB 30 Jfo aiil.aa ,
NEW ORLEANS
CANADIAN SERVICE
HI IIIHIII V|i
-TLNrHA-
TIBTA-
AlOA r-oiNn.n
A STEAMER-
A BTBAMKa-'
SUBTBBIM Ml
Ma.trral ArrlTea BarbeOaa
May itth
May )in June Itlh
June :ith Jta lain
June Ulh Jaa* nth
July asm
ROBERT TH0M LTD NEW TORK B GFLF SERVICE
Apply: DA COSTA at CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE
NOTICE
CLOSED FROM TUESDAY FOB STUCK TAKING
RE-OTENINCi FRIDAY THE 4TH
Till.
11 \IH\I IMI'OltllM
Corner Broad and Tudor Street*
are buying at
THANI
BROS.
Gigantic
SALE
While and
SATIN. Yard
Coloured
wide.
Very Soft Quality 4-*.
COTTON FUJI JT*
all colours 59c.
SHARKSKIN W S1.M
GREY MIAMI SS" fl.te
TOKYO. June 30.
new devgl^rnefit'
Mepped up
Airways appeared In the making
siting delegation of top U.S.
force ofUcers conferred In
Seoul with Eighth Army Com-
mnnder Oeneral Van Fleet.
The delegation headed by Act-
ing Air Force Chief of Staff Gen-
eral Nathan Twining and Under
Secretary of Air Resell Gllpatrk-
i'.l at Seoul Monday accom- the West Indies generally
From Pajre I
rexl mx months Pompey
boxing for ihe Cruiser
championship nf the Wo
that Adams will be c<
the British Empire heavi
title.
AithouaTh having no inta-nuon
of nahtink while in Trinidad. Mr.
Burns say*, "that does not
that if a good proposition Is given
me on behalf of the boy
Trinidad that they will not fight"
He already has news that an
American promoter is interested
in running a show in Trinidad
featuring both Pompey nnd
Adams, and he says, "If this comes
nff I will have to cut short my
slay which ends on 5th August
.Hid let- It through."
Pompey and Adams plan to re-
main in Trinidad until Septem-
ber, and then they will return to
England m time for the season
which commences towards the
end of that month.
A big reception has been
planned In Trinidad for these two
boys in recognition of what the
have done to place TT.'.nldad atii
the
ponied by Far East Air ForccM i'oxlng map of the world, and the
Commander Lt.-Qen. Otto Wy- Police Band will take part-
land. Six Ma]or Generals from . -
Air Force Headquarters in Wash-] In I OUfJl With Barbados
niglon are also Included in the. CoaurUl Stntion
There was no Official indicn- .h*lrt^e-n*no-" coVmunkte"d-i"
lion Of the nature of the talks but ; ih. following "hip- Um>..*h their Bar
it was speculated that the Ait ,** Coast luti _i-_.
Force brass II conferring on the ,'%'gTff- 'r.,lTTXfl f'
type of Communist targets to br iinguay t Sun Rove. Phiirwa-
.ittacked following last week' Phait a Tacoina SUr. t LapontU
,,,lrovo,s,.l ..utl on Ihe Bed, \ .TSkXL. 3"S5.
Y.ilu Rivtr Power complex. I, Alcoa Planter. i. Alabama
V.P. iidrtai Quebec. .. Dolor**
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PACK EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
llli i;si,\t .H l.v 1, Its?
BOOM IN
POLO
The rich man's
finds a
lublic
TThe rich i
game fii
new pu
hy JOHN
WATEXMAJfi
WOOLMERS PARK
Hertfordshire.
LI I am. watching (he
n Hertfordshire polo
team- newcomers com
paratlvely among English
polo clubs That figure in
t bf bright scarlet shirt doe.
away with all those Kip
lingrsque Illusion* about
the dashing, youthful army
captain as the star of the
polo field. For the most
striking personality here ll
a chubby man of fifty
Mr Arthur Lucas.
!ivr v*j.s ago tftUn
I.ucftf :iad nevei ao tnwn *
Wed a polo K'wk in angrr No*
iir i i deoendabi*. arcura.
nlavi mth hand>*an ot on.
He runs a Mtble of roni*-
Heiiastounded
h* Her t lord-
*hir* P o o
Club And !*
- .1 mrmly
ol :lir iotn
mil!** ot Uf
M 11 I :.* >. .1 in
F'nlO AftBOT.a-
: on. tn* rul-
ing body of
English polo
Ti\a; l. not
U, Arthur Lucas can H .
m:iw lain.ly mio the po.o lied
HuSKI-year-old son John p a
CMTiibr.dge university and i* con
.vdrred *o be a coning -op a.
p.a.rr Hnw f* MrsIShelLjca*
and JO- year -old daughter Patric...
a^o p:ay To romp*:* the fain.:.
Mxir'.inf album Claire aged 8
trots round on a pony no
higher than her lather'
7000 CROWD
Polo ;.l : .i* r ..- i. .<
again li w aura, tma more at d
more .spectator* It having i
M M : tM .-.t an
Tii* man who has played
greatest tingle pat:
revival m U* one-arm* 1 \
Couaray h* tia. iik gnu
a*. Cudrav ParK At
rrosds Ot up to 7000 go *o .
tli* doIo there, with th<
I'm" Philip aa the
atuacuon
in Mir ikiIo revival M.
chartered surveyor In 1947 i "
tough: Uw itth-eentorv nous* m
FOR THE
LUCASES,
IT'S JUST
AT 1200
fiV At'TIO*
A FAMILY HOBBY
A-YEAR OR SO
WoeAgftgfl N
(be home <
Ooun"
Mr
id n
.d
He
: MlgD
* crop of i :age n* n mi *;anw*
behind th* houa*
Bitting in hta study upping <>
bggff after practice, lie told me
thai polo was cosily but '!*
not *av by ho* much "It's lit*
family hobby.' he says. Hie
Iudon
where polo

very week. In 193*. four i tub
were fhrtylng
There was tl>* bWortfl It.:
lag*. Club No* il ia at,
i>io" llur! i.. ...tn'v ground/
mid bv watrheit
.a la a hrad ha
loned. although tli* club siin
rmains [he centre oi
oolo. The Koeham-on C'pih
nfmtt IWor* the uai L
IW pOTiMB- nan 'if- a 'no-
week tournament one* a year.
ALL FREE
1
Of his (ami I
iTl.-tW a vear ttu. uoniea mual
hare coal about CMoo
CITYMEIj
The member* ot hi.* dab
ar*.- niostlv Clly men in
innrs Some ol them Imvf
oolv one pooyalthouvi two u
generally rerngnLvd m* Uie
LiiiuUiium i-uu-- Hie
v reMerl alfi
i '.-[iiinui* plaving period, or
S
75 non-plnvinu
ntembera who p.tv J auftienK n
pay nothing ro* a tanner who
Only Richmond Park
quartern 11.1 '1 If. i..T I... .1,111
hai'H* al all bi^uu-e lli*Kruuiul
i-- on Crown Land*mam
l.ondon*r*
faatewt IK Ire-horkeyi
Judging by the numbers who
I mur* polo in I
would i>e anprer.ate.) Btr.
ttla F they wan- gn
.lernaltt* to Richmond Park

dray Park -Jw Dim* M
-nd> ground !
tiuildlord. -o a
-i lien m lo
Lv.a^ gjgnwi nM
Nations Work As Partners
In Olympic Organization
(By CARL sill nil Kl i >
ON JULY IK. sporls enthusiasts the world over will
focus their attention on Helsinki, Finland. On that day
more than 6.000 athletes representing about 7j rgaUoru
will pasi in review at Olympic Stadium during the OMntnj]
tereiiumies ol the XV Olympind. For the next two gnreil
these youn>; men and women will cogflpeto ul their ;tthletu
spvcialties.
Taat so many gUUgteg can gerf
together in friendly OMlpwUUar)
t\ a common neld demonstrates
thp universality or sport. Thi-
Ulvmpic Games, however, do
more Ihnn that. They offer proof
that nat'ons ,.r divi-iwni mtci
*!, languages, and political ph -
osophlea can share in setting up
accepted rules .,nd practices and
.ibide by the deojainns of a dingle
I'.uverning body.
The International Olympic
(JommitU'i1 dlrSVtg Uif Olymp"
movement and legulates the
' IgdfJ
A president, elector) for a term
t flight yearn, and an execoiliv.-
committee of six members, elcxu-d
tor four years, carry out the rou
tUM work of the Internstion:. I
Olympic Committee. The pti-si-
dent has the right to make awqts-
ions In extreme rases on bsl Owl
authority, but his actions on*
.iubjtvi to approval cither bv the
executive committee or the entire
body at its next ,. . Thi-
Committee elects its own mem-
bers, which do not excMd thie-
per nation. (r.m> COtUarlgg which
possess a recognize Nstionu!
Olympic Committee. Tin- Intern.,
tional Olympic Committee reprc
sents a malority nf v .
,tnvnlvcri in th, I
In peacetime, .i, CosniaMswa
meets at least once . jragtf to dis-
cuss Olympic mntiet.i. The |gch>
nicnl details of the cmduct oi
Olympic sports are left to the in-
ternational sporU
since the .ntematinnal Olympi,-
Comnvltee spend:
V.I.SnJmlu.i.l.
ROBERT K1PHUTH
MR. KIPKUTH h... coacbed
Yala's faawua wimiiii-i- foi
i~ yaaxa. For IS yaars hu
teasa ba- remnntrt nndsfaat'
ed in daal compeUliOu He
in- also been coach of the
us Olympic swimming team
lour times. He will go to
Helsinki with tht team laU
summer in an advisory ca
gggggg,
Before j COnutOtttOI gntai 0M

which reads:
i dgcsatw, mi my bswtour, Ihatl
oaatwui according to the
iiiles of the International Feder-
. "ti, that I
i ., part i Ipatod Ln port oltl]
rot the .. (oi iim
physical, naental m octal btgksfltg
i dm., uu i..ion., dial port to
-thing more than .i recre-
ation without in
any kind, direct or inu.:
that I arn eligible in all respect;
fnr partiripatloii in Ufa
A country desinn^ tp gntsg Uv
Olympics must form a National
OlyrapK Cominittee. Tin- com-
inittee must In.lu.le nationals of
th.- country who aie ni< i,.t i .,1
Utg Intetnationdl Olvinpn C.....-
nlttcgj and the represa I
all the Ixxties governing ^poru.
ihe Olympic programme. Teehm
cal advice and Individual control
"f sport, is supplier |,y iiit. Inler-
tiutional Sport, F.-lrr.ir l.,,^
Thesw federation'; are made up of
members of the reeogrvzed sports-
foverning bodii* in the Various
countriw. Each federation has
Hill control of it s|k>h on gn la
tcrnational basis and
'at .rl (fm-rn; tin ( Hympla
DENIS COMPTON DrobyM^
by peter ditton Sedgman In
Tennis Finals
\i Lords ...on i Nawth-
ant.- Deais ( gjrted Ms lfrtth r*ntr> In
I ir.t I law Crtekrt. He did
in his. in, innings
fewer than any other
HOfwf -part from Igfl D"ii.lil
Hi ulni hi
on a ouid have **
evsn u* Uie IS bus from
just outside has door did iuA P*s
he Middlesex ground. The fact
. *as a direct ctauiecUon
de it euser for tho
iiuc boy 'A'h" learned much of
egurl) cricket from pUyin*
h jnn watching his fathar**
tim.
mpUm senioi. an accwut
iiisn.ci enckautr in his youngt-
Igyg _uu now an entnusiasu:
. captain the Bat
Lanw Oid Hoys XL And whu i
... .i pupil at ta-9
a adopted as oflki. I
scorer and twelfth man When-
,1 Uie teum was unaM
10 pUj n out in Denu. stepped into
breach, and, undaunUHi b'
Having ... face bvWlers swatrl
yean oldc than himself, usuall*
On day in beptcmber iwA oo
mbarked an U.e laggeat under-
taking of in> lif-. from Hondoii
he caught the 13 bus to Lords,
where he was to captain the Be
mentary 8ehools against Mr. Tuf-
neU'a XI lUther shyly but wit
complete conlidence. Denis entergd
Un- giound which was later to
become his headquarters.
I good captains, he won
the loss. Then he celebrated by
sharing in a century "pctung
partnership with a young Sout*>
Lon Ml Inti ir. before going on to cot*
pgftg hi* individual hundred
Denis Compton. at the tcndisr ag
of 14. had arrived. His partner
n the opening stand, which pave
the wv for n handsome victory,
now Surrey's wicket-keeper
and alwav* on*' of Denis's kee
a.lversaries when their two
team.1 nect in London's Cricket
Derby.
Among the many interesten
spectators who watched th *
Compton prelude was Sir Pelhstn
Warner, a former England cap-
tain, destined later to becom*'
pTcsidcni .,f the M.C.C. To SI'
Pelham's pnicllscd eye the ability
Of tins roung schoolboy needed no
i n ommendation, and
straightway the decision wr
made thai Compton sftould h**
ken on the lord's staff as soon
as he was < Id enough.
So it wag in IMJi. straight from
Hell Lane School, that Denis
Compton went to Lords.
Three HUI Of hard Work fol-
kiwcgk The jsogsag Compton sold
.,.i,, .nd pi i< Use i in the net-.
twice a week under the Instruc-
tion ot George Fowler, and later
Archie Fowler, the senu.i
MonaUt. and on Sundays continued
ti turn out for his father's team.
After a while, he graduate, to
hW the MCC in Out
Came ii3b\ and Cotopton wag
Second XI
mist Kent. Ha batted
extremely well in crisis, nar-
rowly missing his half century.
ite-n lie returned lo Lords, where
Robins, 'he Middhsex
: looking for a young-
ter lo unhide in Hie senior team
(or the traditional Whitsun holi-
day llxture with Sussex.
Cnmpton's performance against
i (b1 to his notice,
and young Denis was Invited to
take his place in the nets while
Robins and G. O. Allen iwwled 'O
him. it would be I siBhi exeg,
oe iin tiiega all
place. The conalrucUoi-.
' thai impos-ible
Hut Dent* so unpreaseO then, wi|i
his beautiful stroke play and
quickness of eye and foot that th*
empty place ..,
funks' r asaroh
: .Hiunt, for
Middlesex did not require him 10
bat until No. 11. But he made on*
vary good catch off the bowling ot
Jim Smith to dismiss Jim Perks
and then had Harry Parks caught
by Ci. O Allen. He followed tne
performance by sharing in a las'
wicket partnership wTth Allen
which produced 3*1 and gave Mid
elesex first innings point*
Three ti.uie matches ogainc*
Notts, Northants and Yorkshire
dl of them low scoring
games in which Denis gradual I v
By DENNIS HAST
0*u Own Ca!rr*DOndri
LONDON. Julv 2
Jaroslav Drobny. the exiled
'.'zeeh and Frank Sedgeman thr-
AustraUan Champion will fight
& .'."* "**"'* Singles Anal at
Wimbledon on Friday
That was decided by to-day's
semi-flnaLs in which Drobny beat
the American Hrrbie Flam 62
84, 0& 810, 84 and Sodge-"
man beat his fellow countrvmat.
Mervyn Rose 84. 64, 78
Thus American domination in
this event, they have won it for
the past five years, has endea
This will be the fifth champion-
hip final between Sedgeman and
Drobny since Msy The Austra-
lian won In Rom* and Monte Carlo
-and the Czech was victorious at
Bournemouth and Paris
To-day's semi-finals present* d
vivid contrasts. The Sedgeman
Rose match was ss tame and as
Hat as stale beer, whereas Un
other sparkled like vintage cham-
pagne.
Ro>e seemed to have an inferi-
ority complex. He played as if
Sedgeman was so assured of
reaching the final that there wag
no point in trying to stop him
It waa IBIM made all to easy for
the Australian champion who
must have sensed Rose's thoughts
and derided that with his oppo-
nent not going all out then he *oo
could take It easy Most action
came in the final game of the
match Then for the first time
both players appeared to enjoy
playing. Perhaps like the specta-
tors thev were happy in the
thought that it was nearly all over.
How different was the semi-
final that followed. It was a
titanic two and a quarter hour
battle between two of the best tac-
ticians in the asm* to-d.i> K>-
cept in the third set in which
Drobny was resting nothing was
given away All points had to U
worked and schemed for.
As Drobny endeavoured to
manoeuvre into position to exe-
cute Ids famous forehand di
so Flam strove to present this
cleverly masking the direction
his shots and varying his length
and pace.
As fortune fluctuated with e
move and counter move the thou-
sands of spectators who packed
he centre Court were kept at
fever pitch ot excitement.
Drobny won the first and sec-
ond sets but was driven so hard
that he decided to rest in the
third and go all out for a win In
the fourth.
But Flam had then tasted blood
and was aftermore. He hung on
like a leech and so keen wss the
KvhuU* Of KHYC
I.an it I'l'iinis
The results of yekteiu
tennis played at the Hoy.,l li ,.
oados Yacht Club are:
LaaUes' Kiaglea
Mrs. D. E. Worme beat Miss
at Wood 6I, tI.
Ladles' Dwuble.
Miss D. Wo.-.
Pilgrim beat Miss M King and
Mrs. A. A Gibbons 26, 7fl.
61
Mens louk4*>
D E Worme and H. Johnson
beat I S Robinson
Edghill 63. 63; 76.
Mixed Daables
Mrs. J. A. Mahon and C. B-
Sisnett beat Miss E. Worme and
H A. Cuke. Jm\. 86, S.
TO-DAY FIXTVRFS
Mem'* Dm blc*
J H. C. Edghill and C. B. Ss-
ictt vs. P Patterson nnrl O. H.
Manning
H L Toppm and D. Blades vi.
L.E.8.
V. Roach and T A. Oltlen*
M R. deVertcull and Dr DUsV
-rymaki PL I Hill I
.1 1) Trimliightii.
"truggl* hag the first 17 games
went with service Flam broke
through Drobny's in the 18th to
bska the set 10--8
Drobny came back straight
awny in the final set and broke
through the American's service in
the first game
*.JlJ"" lhtn ,hc c*rh's turn to
LwewLSS. ht' i0uid held his
J"', h\ would win. Thl he
AmJE.* r,,,h' ' the "" 'he
American refused to ackiwwledee
defeat and took his opponent to
deuce m the final game
di!"!!?5' Vl only b> h,s P|av but
dso fa) his perfect court de-
rneanour has made himself a firm
RiHh'T SSI *,nbIedon crowds
But after to-dayS match he has o
close rival for this honou, ,n t'.,
person of HiTbieFlam
THE WEATHER
REPORT
YESTF.KDAY
Highest Tempers tit re Sf, '. F
Lowest Temperstur* T2.0 F
Wind Velocity 7 miles per
hoar
Barometer (9 a.m.) 30 097
(3 p.m.) SB 843
TODAY
Sunns* 5 46 a.n
Sunset: 6 16 p.m
Moon First Quarter
Lighting 1 no pm
High Tide 1 13 pm
Low Tide: 6 44
. June
G21 p-s
Colony Club :j
BARBECUE
To Barbados
I SATURDAY 1ULY 5
DENNIS COMPTON.
worked his way up the batting
order, Then, time weeks utui
his appearance in tint class
i r j< ket. and his sixth game, came
his first hundred, coincidental l.v
igalnst Northants.
Sharing in a ninth wicket part-
T.ership of 76 with Jim Sims, the
uiiiy member of that MliMVaseg
Ida still playing) regularly, and 74
with Ian PVcblea for the baft
wicket, he race.) to ihiee figures
n 95 minutes This wss the por-
tend oi things to come.
i oining Arsenal whom
ho served with distinction, later
ggdnlngj a Championship and Cup
Final medal. Compton reached his
I .OOU runs for the season. Ho
finished second in the Middlesex
avoTHsea to the immortal Patsy
liendren, and was awarded hu
county cap. All this at the age of
18.
cnmpton's teats over the years
have become legendary and re-
quire no enumeration. It Is per-
haps pertinent though, to deal
briefly with his mo*t successful
wason. 1947. This was n vintage
vear for cricket followers. Eighteen
centuries flowed from the Comp-
ton bid, a new all-llrae record,
and a new record aggregate totnl
of 3.816 was reached
A knee injury in 1950 threat-
ened to close prematurely
laieer which has outrivailed that
of any English batsman, lnclud-
hu; even his great contemporary,
Len Hutton, Handicapped by a
-tirTening joint, Compton lost his
ability to dance daringly down tne
wicket.
Fortunately for England and foi
< ii, ket as ., whole, he appears to
.A'erod from the trouble
and this season Is coming back
to his best form.
With all his success, Compton
remains much the same unaffected
person as the young schoolboy who
arrived st lords for his debut in
1932. The passing years have add-
ed to his ability but. remarkably,
his enthusta-sin for the game is
unabated. Long may he con-
tinue to delight us.
the year assisting moveuiriits sli
over the world that might eon-
tribute to the good nf amatein
-porj and to the id-al. of the
I tlymp'c.
Approval of the International
Olytnpk I otgght bj
Bg] ^i. upg I. isbiug to organize
. nd conduit -ports meetings. A
H number do not rtssgave II
good part ot -uppoii baosuse of tnetr ,
ickground.s
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the principles upon which the
Linatcui sutus ,.f athletes in all
port* and from all nations i-
etermmed.
Sports Window
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Collage -Snappers and Bwoid
Ash Bonltaa Theno match*-*
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