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rwo SUNDAY ADVtRATF. st M\V. JILV 6. 1932 No aprnliH" No pep. The rich, blood building proper ties of VIAil I'HOs Mil .r.-More lost enrrm and will 11-|> you lit' YEAST-PHOS GFNfBAL TONIC 'lop Getting Up "'"in 7 hing. Burning and Smarting i € c'z e Stopped In to Minutes A New OIKO try Kiif' 11 j-.r. Yr I N,<*tf*i. II Moppr-1 11* Ill i >uld *o at* i.:in (l-nrmi Ui .' %  %  t t*mt( lkin d.mpurai*'* in lo %  [.!..,' I.e.., ,11 B| Ii[. • SVTIHMliflHI QwifMl'ttd H ik.r. mi -.in ... ,<,„ .omkiVTnu< I % %  %  * N.. --• %  -• rai ciaawi. 'tod.. Lo.. |M .twniii". %  • %  • % % %  •' %  %  %  ihen %  ft %  i • Hitr.fiv. %  JAc £CA1 CoUatlwn in Quality WaichstA j\\i:n \ muss SHOP (Next Door to Sinter's Jusl received %  large shipment of COTTON FROCKS Hi'; Dbt—I mi nil NjrlM UBill mil €. I O II I TONITF .3* aid Cont.milni Daily < A Ml p.m. Ulltl S AftlOl %  Mln Joan Vivian 1 h %  Da Kara WILLIAMS WANS I1LA1NF SISTFItS 1 -Minnr* %  III II IIK.I ISI I \mrrlr > H Simlnc Srnall..n P1AL4 THE4IRU in *n iim la *< Dill KKtS ... Danp* • mi>a All T*l KINi IIM OK I ... lUMV %  HI I -. IT \ AWAI HAKHAtM I' ftHii A T*m*iia ROCKY MOUNTAIN Palrk" WYV'iir TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY ONLY THE VALIANT l*K'K Ills | IN ll>inl MM! Lest r aae. rnoii in i %  '" i"" %  DODGE ciry Ann *fl OLYMPIC TODAY TSIMOINIMVI II . IIM CI-AKK B linn urum i mi NKM %  r M Kri> fii -.(..in rssmtim r pail MU I ,--.„.. 'firBNK\ ROYAL rn eAl i..i I •-i %  %  %  i>.,. in i %  %  Mrrcrar. VlK'AMMllIWiF. P HOFESSn,, I Q ItEASLIY. I 'i.lr AclviMr lo the ii,*nt and %  % %  Jamaica where he spent We laji ifJu as Chairman of Ihr %  %  \. Govemaneni of J | 'il tnr-,1 and im k parUcularlj ItN to .' On Holiday M da OAIJI and i II H I A, Bat liiu weeks' hoVdJB! they arc spending as | Ctcrubank Hold HaH Mr (JnliI* ,i stenographr: i rriplnvc-i With Ihl We-t Indi:. i ompany while Mlfs mi accountant of the \ Nrw | c ompany. Also holidaying here staying n' Ct.crahank Hotel Ml H. Otl"n. Frt*i|ht Solicit or inn>, LM. I'mi-ci'-Spain. He nriycil on Wrdnr-'day nlhl by B.W.I A and i-xpfTi* •.(> remain until next Saturday #c4ir5 Qcdlinq B.C. Merchant real A RHIVINCi riurina by B.W.I.A iron CJulann for iw w-k' hollrtr i was Mr. Ct> Abrmu, mcrchar,' --I (Ifitj. n ponied by hi riauilhtcr Thrlnr., who luis juot fini'n>d achaej it 81. Noaea llranllnc ConAnt Thu rr MtAylnr at the Kottl ROfBl Cueal Speaker Toni|ht "Star Buds" Bloom At The Drill Hall THrT THIRD Annual Benefit Show & Dance presented fev Madime E lfill and the Star Bud School of Dancinc. which took place at the Drill Hall on Fiulay nlghl turned I i be a ucceM at a result of suitained rTort. The waa under the patronage of Sir George & I.adv Seel and In aid of the Christ Church and St. John's Babv Welfare League. After theOverture by the fMice Even m 'he chorus line of other Band under Capl. Ralaon. the cur. number* whlcti included "Come tarn (MM up on a group of Cotlon OB—a My Houee\ 'Blue Denube' i abM jmonn which -a and Count every Stir*, *• Cla.Ttr. Lfttfla uhnse airllsh 1 evrelied. humour added apicc to the sketch In thu numlx'r .. lino r.f chorine* There were also two Saw Solos. -xluced dancing a ver> Mother McCrae' and The Bells attractive routine to the tune of "i St. Mr.ryV by Mr. Ben Gibaon. 'Come on—• m* House.' As uaual these were well rendeiwl. •The Ki Walt7in which Cedrtc Ccmedy wa also provided in a Phillips and Joyce Cla'ke were &f tree! scene with Anna Wad, "1*ctaltie. was rffo! efleciive. W.B M (Wash Board ManipulaAustin Ward abd Jnyce Ramd.n •or| and Sallv Hick-.. I.O.S (I^adhelped very much in making this Or vt a*.>v TK. ,,., mother nnd dnoN*iter v Bart and Angela. This "' \liemely well dObe. i %  rad ba M %  %  Married At Cathedra Old Combermerian R ETURNING la Barbados Bfl Thur.tday night by II W 1 A fm J ULY 241 h. and 25th these dates The Barban T HK Rtvtteno CM i woo.1, ii i... Reel i Bi PhlUp'a Chuvata, PhUaoMphla, %  HIgueat [iii-.i. in'i kl s: %  %  I lock. Father HMaWM I dial and i.ippndlng |h leimives O N Thursday, July 3rd al 1 i' m at St. Michael drnl. Mr A'.wyn Simmons Howel younger son of Dr. Timnth How.* I of 'Mutne', St. IM •atattimtaleHaTuiM* SSTlStSi ^••'" %  Hl" MVt, WB^'8r."Yaa Ca> b7 Oscar wu'de,-the ajrree brldV Miss Kav Au-d^, !V %  •• %  • ,nn * Mr and M AH rtl '-"portance of being Earnest', si effort Auafln of "HrvsmL. U ^om P .„,e d by I J newcomers wfJI be aceii smar Upper t n n dren i n mu production Audrey afae"ie tlnv tot* nlw did tneir hough they were not really very tiny. In this section, llUle V..lei ie COla was very graceful ncl showed I keen sense of timing. trke r performance in the 'Parasol Bkin lo the popular Slaughu One of the highlights of the nln aru Blues In fi. Nighf lutana %  Her an nl>Players preaent that Dates To Be Remembered ULY Mb. a,Kl 2lh. On Tenth'"Avemle'cedrle",^^^" W-** Th T "£' e J;L*? T "J as22? s£L*i BSirs 'a sSSTk. ssi!j?„ SWt Si green was s typical, stiff toy soldier in The Dance of the Toy Triplets C ONORATULATIONS t. Mr. :in,| V Woo.1 on DM birth at tripleti three I Mr* N ling Home. Mrs WIHXI was Ihe formei BUH Doeatn Edwards d.mghter of Mr*. M Edwnrds and llW late Mr. Rov %  : >l i* l II i ro-iiAY ill A a so and t'ontlniilni! Oallv Sensational! PAUL MUNI 1/ eW W InOM A CHAIN CAMG" .a-ni"> wsasssa MM. aunii innn-fnix nawt-hmtw • %  oia am iiDiiti i sunn %  • — • %  Mintr. i[ IP* KXTRA: Ibarl BANM TaXL rut. IIMK And I 4lrsl I'lirimiiiint Hrlll-I. 4aAII I 1 \ SEA HOUND nii^fi ( IIAIII'I Tt'aa. a wab" %  i I ( JOHNNY ALLEGRO Collymore Rock, and WotnaatYa' Editor of the Advaealr The double ring lertmon* which was fully choral with Mi. Oatald Hudson, A.R.C.M. at the organ, was performed by the Verv Reverend Dean Haslewood as* slsted by Rev. S. A. Jv Colemai. The bride who was given in 'liarnuge by her father, wore an ovattaawl Of blonde luce ;ind full skirt of nylon lull.with long dose fitting lace sleeves and yoke with mandarin neckline. Her headdress was a tiara of seel pearls and silver beads arUj I Anger tip veil of illusion tulle, while her train was of lone flowing nylon tulle She iron nylon mesh slippers The trouthe gift of the brides cousin. Mr-, if USA She carried %  i f Mtehaeln i %  %  She was attended by Mrs Gladys Coppln, sister of Ihc groom, .is Matron of Honou vlth the Mlsse. Witn md Loma Chase wore cins-i f identical cut in Ice-blue, wll latching headdresses and n< essories and carried boU-anapt bettquefa of Caracas daisies. The duties of bestmn or the KeysAii old Conn ( %  d in (ieorgctoIrityri'. I'.un Chaytor, Margut l>ewhurst. Ell Ice Collymore and .... ^sSecreAlfred Pragnell. tary-Treasurer of the B.C. ICIaThe Caste will al: nlon of Seventh Day Adventusi Anthony Haynes who makes . He Is here for a couple of months welcome return to ihe local stag.*, *mch ho is spending e/Mh inpaMichuel Tlmpaon. William Berlatives at Passage Road and CarM taUn. Oreti, Bancroft and Prank Hill. St. Lucy. Colrymore. B "DESPERADOES brilliant *ure everyone who saw It Will %  gree that it was well worth the The children's rent attempt ut Bullet in 'Roses of Pleardr'. rV i t '" njph l> v no ">e*ne perfect, so T?.^!' *<***• 'hh enough practice, they < Inrrie Layne and U.rna hould ^ ,,„„,, npnr ,„ y^i^,,,,,, liinlss, dressed as black and white nc „ veor> Hcre valer| P Cole kittens, even with masks tap„,,! o(d hor ^^ include *inced on two steps made to mbl< siv keys of the piano. After almost two hours of reosv Thls was ao well received by ihe onably good entertainment from audience that there were requests these blooming Star Buds, there for an encore was dancing. Madame Mil and nil those who helped to mnke the Thelm.i Arthur, who definitely show such a great success must bo >' i*l out ihe whole -.how, has the congratulated and 1 am sure her iiKikings of a ver.\ tine itarm-i. Her effort was well appreciated by the aolO performance in the 'Rose In huge audience 'linn ittei I the Bud' Ballet was outstanding, function. After Six Months Vf'WESME ,,B8T *" %  W! been si B.Sc. In Agriculture u f^ONCHATULATIONS p. V-J HarHiiton deUsle K had spending six month*' OONOHATULATIONS to M:. holiday staying with her husV^ Hamilton deLlsle King who band's parents at Station Hill, haa lust obtained his Batchetor returned to Trinidad on Wednetof Science degree In Agrlcultui" AI.MTYN IIOHUI day by the S.S OlemMe. Bh was accompanied by her daughb i Bunny. Off To Brazil M R. AND MRS. C. M. HOWE of Navy Gardens left ihe island yesterday for morning by TC.A. foi M R ~,d arrived Zepbtrtn, while those of usher fell to Mi O S Coppin. Mr. !>-Austin. Mr. John Evrlvn and Mi. Frank Clarke. The reception was held .it BrysnAr', Collymore Rwk, Ih* home of the bride's parents and the honeymoon Is being spent e| 'Kaiteur'. Bathsheba. The bride": going-awav dress was lime gree gnrberdlne wllh hotll,. gr Student In New York M R ERNEST BARROW who I employed %  < ana Now v Hospital and is a .student al the College of the City of New Y taking clinical payrholog-. ai social organisation. gfflVod hoi recently by B.W.I.A. Via i Rim for %  month's holiday and istaying with hi. relatives in Belmont Road. Ernest who I Ign, left here two years ago lo MB his father. M Barrow of New Ynrl Bermuda and Montreal lo Europe. They were accompanied by their two sons Jean Louiand Guy. Mr pomntahM who .i IVavi ling Agent aald that he expects to be away for about four month* on business couplet! with pl Ihg Lady Ni i son on Friday morning fr i Ivan Coleman the Island from British Guiana by Ihe S.S. Ladn .Vclsoii on Friday morning to Mienil a month's holuhiv They are staying with Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Vanterpool at "OMniOJ Kensington New Road Mr Coleman is a Civil Servant uttached to the Ptiblic Hospital in I'.rorg 'own This Is his first visit b] Ihe island Mrs. Coleman, whose mother is I Barbadian, visited the island in HUB for the first time. pasnengers UMViday by B.W.I.A. for Puerto Rico en route to the US.A. to reside with reJattvee. was Mr. Edrington Maynard bi Glenburnie, St. John. At the airport to wish him bow rot/ape and good luck were many of his relatives and friends Peasant Proprietor HE LISLE KING L EAVING last week by the R S. Fort Townehend for the' risonlan, Donald College. Canadu. DeLlsle who is an old HarIhe elder son of M-. U.S.A. was Mr. Albert E. Porde and Mrs Hamilton C King of ,i peasant proprietor of White Wnvell Avenue. Black Rock. He Hall. St Michael He has gone | Is now Uklng his Master of over for six months' holiday. t Science de g ree. St. Vincent, i old HarrisonJames-L-mrency n Street who had |fj IE Milk WOS I'OIO Aanoun T, Their 19*52 V\M\I HALL MARINE HOTEL SMI UllAY. UC-rST KITH. I.M KKKITHIS DATE OPKN lurllier I'arllrulan l.ler THE BARBADOS PLAYERS I'UKSKNT THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST B] OSCAR WII niAT EMPIRE THEATRE ON JI'I.Y 21 and 25 al H.3II p.m. MATINFI-; MTII al Ut pm PRICES OF ADMISSION : MlillT: II.H: BUM) $1,110 and M*. MATINEISinn mid 811c. ALL ' aVSD HUSK BY nu POLICE oacqssnu WK.-. HC | Welllnat 'Mill lhr.>.Ernel !>. weeks' holiday as the |W Mi s.mipson of Klngnlnwn. Slie wan iircoropanled by her grandsou. Michael James. >.:::::::;:: II O \ X n i:s i.to A i-> H.G.WELIS' MYSTERY .SHOW/ niiMGSi > BOMB nf th enssts who anengei the recaption given by the American Consul and Mr*. Philip r.rnt at th-Mr ic-ldence. "Vici". Bt. Lawrence Osp, on Irlday evening The function was held on the occasion or Indepaiideiire Day which was celebrated by American-, in the U.S.A. and throughout the world l.-tt to right are: Mrs Vlrki Jspp. Mrs Henry O Ramsey. Ltidy Dangan. Mr Philip Ernst and Mrs H L N. Aacoagh. LADIES' FANCY STRAW and CRINOLINE HATS WIDE BRIM WHITE and COLOURS $2.84 $3.28 and $4.06 LADIES' WHITE STRAW HANDBAGS $1.64 $1.80 and $4.06 T R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAl 60ti



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SINDAV. JULY S, 1152 -1 MiW ADVOCATP PAC TIIBf.r. AT THE CINEMA Salute To The Waves B.B.C. Radio Notes Bishop of Kingston On T\w Air Rl. Rev. P. W. Gibson FARM AND GARDEN II. U.IUIIIIV IlKAI TH. especially il il Is bad health, whether in man. I he a depressing Mb Ihe bustle ol daily life, then close niter-dependence is o(t*n regarded loo casually. II the. tanner is sick or nMlevllul. hu crop* and livestock suffer conversely if plan's or animals ale sick or neKleeted. the farmer s pockel and both his end the Wi Ml Mod supplies may be threatened. H> .. IK IN A BRIGHTLY MOUNTED Techmcolour musical, producer Joe Pasternak's SKIRTS AHOY I now playing at the Globe, is bright, breezy and refreshing light entertainment and a fine show case for the aquatic talents and allround charms of Esther Williams While there is plenty in ihe Trn-Minuir Talk which of fun poked at the rigours of life in a Wave training bestns the Wednafdav camp, the film concentrates on the romances of three v "* r *tSP { "J* „ B B tv "CaUtai glamorous trainees Esther Williams, who leaves her jf^"' SS^^ST m m'' fiance standing a. the altar — Joan Evans, who is herself p w Gibson. Bishop of K. left standing and Vivian Blaine. who never seems to catch Jamaica, speaking about UM up with her bov friend long enoueh to get her hands on Society tor ihe Propagation of the K.V_ ot *""*_?*._ -__ him. The three of them mSet at Camp and promptly set Kg* &T^h^e^rT'of **8S£^JE$l & %  the about solving their man trouble*. the beginning of it* mission, and draad Foot-..ivl-ni*rh disease or Miss WlUiams aquatic leal* ar, ad to I can't teil you anything as part of ther celebration* Cgftts snd thai tselghl" "" • n.llUUl t.VKlns of course, .munpi the highiignis about them. However, next week members of the church oversow! States, bar normal market, refuses t \l LIKLOWLK. PARSLEY. of the Ulm, and i (nua* say that you will have IORW inlorrruilion were bidden to come to Britain her bCvf What happSnaT New musi !>%  few vegetable her (race and skill leave nothing on tht picture* showing at these in ordtr to give the people there Zealand. ".licit mi* .'"Ml!!*! ? !" *^ r, _.* h ... n *_ Vt .".?! ^'T**? lo be oeeireo, parUcularly In an theatres. Trade and the normal a e smn fSl .f commodities may be dislocated like proportion A good examof this is occurring today liARDENIM. HINTS FOR AMATEURS /,V////AV,V////////AV#y////////////*W// | JUST RECEIVED : NEW PRETTY American and Canadian f LADIES DRESSES underwater ballet with the two txceptlonal Ton gay children. These youngsters, aged 3 and execute the moat amazing* feats, fiora fancy high diving to inlxi underwater gymnastics that include iwlnjiwm through hoot**, .limbing ladders and fluyuu games, it is an unu-ual ***wn !" .md ) V u iU be astonished at the ..biUty of these smal. fry! Miss Wdllama has two oUver aQuaUi: numbers, one of which was a dance with an Inflated rubber to/ that 1 found highly diverting;. From the musical point of view, ihere Is no lack of bright tune*. -•.at!.Tit with radio and WJ famous Billy Eckstlr* sing "HoUl Me Close To You;" Esther Williams and the De Marco Slsicrs '" What Makes A Wave?" probably ihe wotteal song ever filmed and another number with our three Waves asking the quenUon vocall> %  What Good la • Girl Without I Guy"" There's another good one too with Debbie Reynolds and Bobby Van singing and dancing; l revival of the old song "Oh. By Jingo" with all the test in the world. There ore slo SM iirecislon performances of a arm corps and vocal chorus at the Great t*kcs Training Camp where part, of ihe film were •hot All the members o* the cast give good performances and I particularly enjoyed Vivian Ulalne's blonde jiertness and her i.ii.linui.sliod effort* not only to cjlch her own boy friend, but to see that her two "Shipmates .juht their'! Altogether. SKIRTS AHOY' U jile.isant. light family enterta..inient. and there's no denying tne f:ict that a uniform does ternsthing for women Just as it does for men, and surely the wave uniform is the mmt attractive of a-iy of'the women's forces' • • • I had not returned from my holiday wii-m the Alms showing nt the tw<> Plazas were previewand 31 metre !) 5H megacycle*. i i III i: WILLIAMS Change In Basis Of Contributions To U.C.W.I. Suggested l-L-.n Our flu. (rr.HnS.nli PORT-Or-SPAIN. July . .1 market, refuses What nappansT New %  tug disease e/b-t had "been attaindoes not exist ut present, snd grow tsuillAtre/sn This dcuooued" so far, and what remained which u. under contiact ith the vegetable ^ s general Bstrouriie, still to be done. For over a year lliiush Government for meat sup -' d on a* a luxury bj this task has gone forward and pbes enter* into an .uuvemeol wlUi "•'*•'> Iwuwwivm these missionaries, as th#j sB) the UmUsi State W> autautute her >'" b > .•(— %  iving a few simple well be called, who bring to the pioduci. fur CeJiaiuan wlule UM l""-utloiu CKuiHiowrr OSO btj home Held knowledge of the ^. K ,^ t ^^ ^. -M ln mu.t m c^uliy m ^bs.hurch SnoTof ihe peoples abroad ". '.," VIET wuS^uiim Mew "' *""• *** 1 ta mor *' • Uhl u h Yorkshne. who is now giving hi* l -" d "' Pai ticuUr' InUje Arst services to furthering the cause in "*•* %  dt*ns is shortejilng belx>ndon iween us ii'i Foot -and -numU tnFoUowing this talk Marjurte Few 'erted srssa. The disease u endemof Jamaica and William pilgrim of lc m South America,, probably also British Guiana will conclude their in Central Anie.i.a shut HSflCBBJ two-purt discussion on f.ilk music >a, very fsssntly, autTcied a long and how ,.omposers—this week the md pci>uumt outbreak cosUng tho modern compo>er> have made use Jruted State* vasi SHOW of mi of these folk tunes or melodies. u coniine the dueasc wltlun s% The half-hour begins al 7.15 pm nrders of MealcO And now, it hsg -,d w.ll be brosdeajt I,, the 25 lW hl ,, cssssda, regiortasll; .arbatxb. 11.75 and ied on |ftc C |o(hing of a E .ropean inunlgrant. The dinvoiae .* pTeva-l Walter Uppmsn, one of tU lent '" Europe—Francrhe Low] nvoat influential of American wriOstSBsBSi and Oersasny anlianllj tors and commenUtorj. on world •*• *ree from it. (Ireot HnUU, affairs, is to give a talk in the llHwlf *un>r> ivpealodly from peBBC'S General Overseas Service riodlc outbreaks. The present OBI on FVlday next. 11th tnst. The >. thought to hav,. iH.-en ce.irie-1 by enough lo pick broadcast entitled 'Public Opinion mlgia'.ory hfrds fr.l be used in iind Foreign Policy in the United continental seaboard where the dirttaDStag the right lime to pick States'was originally broadcast in scase is in progress They bring the bead*. The cauliflower must the Third Programme and Mr. ^ c infection on their feet and be picked when the head Is closed. N w fttattcn SUrting lst Novcmbci. the cost t,. the nation for control [' ivt msasures snd to fsrroeni in slock n SI May in Oxford and Cambridge JjfH '"^hiding .he work of a life Universities under the susplces of '' m '," m ny c ^* e *, ^U ^ SulgravMannr Board, as the secsfia*rtng rieurvs. While nieasures ond of the Sir George Watson lee" r control on such an elaborate tures. and at the Royal Inslitue of scale are not pursued in nelghhiternhtlonal Affairs. Chatham oourlng countries, in Britain these House, laondon. Mr I.ippman, now -ire because of her export trade In in his early sixties, has hud a du>pedigree animals. She is. indeed, tingu.sr.ed career as commentator the world's livestock nursery, for the New York Herald Tribune. j t WOi gifted above thai this dldll editor, and author vt a number of S( fl sc Is ad\ i to us t,ooks J ncl .1 dl n,{ £* tw..-vluni(ind aiihough enjo>-mg .. measure work The United Slates in World (f lt „ llUl u by reej^n 1)f being urrounded by watST In the same iay as Britain, this ttavourablc po— lUon doe not render us immuns On Sunday next, th July, the from attack. Plane truffle is lnRev. L. Conslantine broadcasts tho creasing, people come and go In first talk in the BBC's COA. series gresu-i numbermiiti'atory birds ol four talks on 'Communism in visit our shores and tho ehancas China for nineteen yeses .ltd the ,f introducing diseaw thnmgS^. h ;" J-,;;,"^.-" v rar'seeds sluiuki experiences aa a member of the : r oue chnnneb have Increused coBSX,-. JL n ,a Intervals of wveral Methodist Ulsssbiiary Society ui Mderably n modern times. While ',,,£, %  grejeri y< r rousjd. It" 1 me of thr year when this vegetable comes most SBstt] lioni Octoln-i 10 June, but Caulitlower win grow t anytime. Sow the seeds (obtained from th IWpai I men t of Science aBd i I ., m a nursery bed, ot Whin the seedlings are four to -ix inches tall ti.uisplatu mem Into the well sd en bed B] sec thrni two and a half feet SB Hi Fwo megs %  il1,! l! eedliBg u planted out give them | \ .' (vegetable garden mami f*] Iweekt after this. W Iplants agsin. I i %  uUflOWer are i->w „ -iwexs. Iind It will be three to n (he i-Hullllowei,,i. ripe New rises Imll of / Wbai i l>ad start for rk if you wake ;ng tired and :it lens, ins lead of being nrtsk and full of •nsre/y (>no women ho osn •.nprotate the dttlerenie froo> her own experience. wrJWs to '•BsfOM taking Kruaohen. 1 alwxvs need to srake In the %  !^llng very tlre.1. Nrfw have lost all that uradsess and I wake fueling full of ansnty. Kruaohen baa made m leal years yeungar. I also suflerwil with rlixmnatlc pains In my snouMxi* •i.i swellings round my anklss I am now completely cured of these pains snd swellings. I take Ki i.*>..ten Sail *uf.rly %  n't osnnot apwsk i I iirhly <>_'* %  JU young the II' jnd them all srorklng smoothly and efiVlfntly. The reward of this Internal cleanlineae Is a freataenxd •anil Invlgorstid body. Polsooous wate materials are eipelleil and the pains of rheumatism rsasn. An.1 aa yon ronltnun wtih Kruschen, your wholi. ho.ly responda V its purifying force. Krus<*hen Is odlaluatile from ail gaeulata snd Stores. Piuuelel. Waffle Pique Silk and Smart (nitons Priced SI2.50 $18.00 LADIES PREHY HATS Smart Str;i\v-.. Velvets and Kelts In all Colour* $4.32 S7.20 HANDBAGS \ dm..s.urliuvnl ( \\ Mil l\ I1X(.S I'nr travel, aCl<-non r Cocktail S4.I3 S8.95 Wu SWodern Stress Shoppe BROAD STREET, %  Vorlu Situation The talk k fliortened version of one r>f the two lectures which Mr. Mppman Bui lit AfTairt." Hl# talk will be broadcast on Friday. 11th July, beginning Jt 10 30 pjn ad h.ia a brown look 11 M iwarrtpS' and ha* lefl in the l>ed Uxt long .1 i .diliilower is not really I sat, iind should cerl-lnl.. M i i be oflStad for sale. lUflower ii sucb .• delicious i vu alike. So ID the bed there ( will probably be cauliflower in ,g,.-s .,( npenesi. This ol nag is tn advantage, and tho ilrst picking longer To keep up tho supply -toersvtr China for nineteen yeeri and th ,-hangcs he saw up U> the til returned to England in th* of funds] for the construction and maintenance of a new Hospital tumn of MJ-Mr g" li -r"3 The quesUon of changing the ftl Epipe and it Is believed that J^V XS Suuls. Unlvei I bafts of contribution, to the funds a change of the method o* conSJ-JSJ &UMSS UolveraUv Ln tbo lor the University CoUege of the tribution would yield more money 2j !" S wESZlto ihe Ysngtso West Indies will be the chief lopk At the eonferervce will be a Kikng O yuotlle Hangkow. During Conference to be held in Council of the University's dele,he Japanese W;ir the city was Parsley p J( k*) is rich In iron, and so 'liable n* well as ir decora hcride: Fm-t-nnd-moiith m.iy not olway.i end fatally, animals attacked are v .i virus .md can attach lu i iIdas riuuUBS %  splendid all clover, aaJo, There horder o a bed ot olher vegeUbles ore different fitroins but nil terniii> par -y seeds sre very slow to 19S8 to 148 he Infectious. Anything can carry it., nn; fttO, ..nd sOmS people sd Jstsgdea towsrds the end of the onlh. Th prssent conttibutions arc — i...d discovered n,w :J.. and wllhcilh I gal, wild various reprmeuvtt, .. H ..,,. re refuree, ctothma". hands sad f,-1 of work.ome hour, before pUnlina their,. i univmdty la ers, vafilcls af all kind ,u, I ..ling Th, weds en be !" i ' "" near th, Burma Meydat, and bin* Cold stiiiwopen lod. but Ihey aiei, !" r future they be based on the A. R. W. Robertson. Flnsnclal SecR„„d This flfloen mlnuto talk befn n,.l allecl the vltaUty of Ua. suited In ?"?,£"* u ,hll w . .. ^JUl.ll. ~l_..l ^.__ .. %  ,n nm on SiooitriV lltb um. I 'o f.,,-1 nlu ^^n.h .... seeds. ind'Okl, llltlli I m evenue *of each contributing rotary will be Trinidad'* official gins at 8 30 p colony. The University is in need delegates. Jul > What's Cooking In The Kitchen .,:• %  snd prscllcal menus of control; thereOt, M l. i-r.cedure Of sliuighter of cmtuct animals. I. %  LIVER How many people turn up their iitiM-.. when they hear the word li\.r"" And they don't realise that liver is one of the most nour•hing dishes you can ever find and tne nicest too If It is rooked properly. Liver Cooked in th* Spanish Woy for • people : Csirs liver 2 lbs. Flour Olive oil or margarine Salt Pepper Whole tomatoes ,\.tsl<\v Onion rings Slices of limo. Calf. Use, To?, 0, per head J^**^ Butter Salt Peppe lime. the artichokes sre cooked Whc-i tlie >eetlllngs ate %  vehs. high transplant them. I*. the bad il they are in a seed box. If %  hev are m bed thin them out n.-infoclMi,. (|uanintint' and rigid I "g ,-, m cheH apart f.reciiulirms must Ixpr.ict.sed '" •**"'*"* %  — We hi the West Indies, prwnlly I -in-..!-!!!. pepper Slice -he liver in ihln slices about %  inch thick. Pass the slues in flour on both sides. Put some butter or margarine in a frying pan and when melted add the slices of iivi-i Cook the slices oo both sides, season them with salt and popper, add another piece of bulter or margarine when resdy. Squeeze on them some lime Juice and serve immediately. The whole cooking and Irving must not teke more than five minutes. If you take longer to rook liver it will become hard. Turn the Are on ing „ v ^ in the building up of imtnm Wkkb we mlgh' !" '^ .in with sail and woved hecdi rai oot dTord tnessi "i TbJg n->le Is in DO sense imsii. A* soon It Is cooke,i 5 ivmlm ,„„. bul rtjco w bo (It will not take more lhan live promised in the sni.tll<>l d.^ie, %  i,y '..ew.irned is fons*rmed it D minutesl take il off the fire. ade. ,,. ,. r.-rtious disease, whiitever elp to aaoe is. toUS g"* !" 1 t th'e—*ltul of chipped parsley ,, yi h , ,| ...gera affecUiii! >a—* -he juice tf half a lime. Stir 1 1( )., u „ uUl ,,,,,1,, _,,. -eiheek ^ejlth ol our animaU. it into a dish sadssre. mediately. EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR LASTING BEAUTY niloard>fworluhstr res I —aWlooTo tone up jour tlasuea. ilsasVs ISsssTfl ssde. r sgajgsgeaj ftfe I in iu adoreBkl IUUIvIcSollIc T-ll-M.r IrOUl f*C* Wtll' deli, ate RU •fagrShsde ,i v %  it. .. %  I'.eid-tb. met..,il. Mended < % %  oaaskca tinsstarsl rs aioa i eosgei Kkaj type And lo add |fc hp.li> Iin seven ] Hiii ksM M POND'S Cut the liver in slices about t inch thick. Pass the slices in flour. Dip ihem in oil or melted margsrtno and grill them. As soon ss '.l\ey sre cooked on one side seaX",.., ,,, %  on them with salt snd popper. J-sif %  u took the whole toraatoes, some **" rSoVS S?JREi fS -"!" SB Par^v t^espoonfu. !" n rings. Take a dish, put the Juice of half a lime Onion. Liver and Artichoke-* For 6 people Artichokes 1 lb. Oil Ii lb. i ring" In the middle pyramid shape snd put the slices of liver iround them adding one tomsto %  r each slice and putting it on Hie top. If you havent got a grill yon csn cook this tssty dish in a iving pan or saucepan. Liver Cooked in the ltslian PAMK COHES WITH H\l\ Peel the artichokes and cook them in a saucepan with some olive oil • II like, cook %  chipped inlon i the oil befi.re rooking the arti hokes. 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PACE FOIR ALL OVER THE WORLD SINDAV ADVOCATE SUNDAY, JULY 6. 152 Good mornings begin .with-Gillette Th: sons of ihc Iv.ist all agree v>iili the West That sL;pcr-sharp Blue Gillette Blades ate Ihc best. And the satisfied Sultan adwses his hrnthcr, razor ad hWe that an m.uiforMcfe oihcr." you to you wOl find that Mil ITOORWd BIW Use "liW A fJillctlc BMM. They kll money cannot buy a belter shave. 'i ci bet I last so long. the,'re mom." j i having Gillette Blade* — th | WCHM — in : c i at razor anu i Bad) other, *e Gillette Blades I I tANI LI*.it EASY MONEY! ,w///.y////.v.v'//-.'///////.y//*'/'''V* WW f>/ Loco7 Amalvur Itoxing? Lodge by All IllllillgS RACING NOTES in M:\ HATTU: H\ n. s. town I mport from Trii II Mated that Mr. Cyril Merry, secret., rot. 1 which claimed thai Trinidad would (ii tin Ir. ti tour i .' year. GOING RACING by Radio, or even by means of the Trinidad Guardian, is. a* many ol us have found in the last couple of weeks, a disappointing business Unless the horses %  are Interested in are Spartan scoied an outright victory over Lodge School doing well, little Is heard of them, and all we can do. Is lo speculate ir First Division Cricket match at Lodge valnI y to what'can have happened to them, and await the return %  KhooUKT, knockedI up87 after ; previous 72 an* £j2?3&. ''.UT. SHE £ V" "" !" r "the Spartan team replied with iJ5 for 7 wickets. The pr saint rnootlng la Trinidad la We have heard II about the successes, but nothing about thi Fo take an pic. the ease of Darham Jane. As far as I know, her name At the College grounds "Boogies" Williams (94) and (76) helped their team to total 273 for 6 **!*s**'* m * Co " c wh ^*" s?s* h 5^s v„ M si z?x "xr,r m nl appeared in %  reoiinted report from u Jumnc spaper quoting Mr. R. K. None former President of the Vest h T = i . I I i one wicket. in reply to Empire's score of i ri t Division cricket match %  ket Board of Control, a> saying that Trinidad had been -''" %  wanderers made 308 to gaia against Lodge Scnoot Lodge asked to provide approximately half of the $144,000 which the tour r,t """*>' l*d at Bank Hall. sored 72 end 87 and Snartan 135 wiU cost. re iiuketi was the outfor the loss of 7 wicket* : rry said that there was no question about Trinidad having standing: batsmar. for Rckwick Lodge were bowled out in their :o contribute towards the tour. "The W i <%  134 of his team's first inning* since the first day's that." i 8 wicket* against Police pUy and Spartan had proceeded wno had scored ^34 in tneir i.rst to score 185 for the loss of six LW^t KenMniton_.__ wickets. Yesterday they went on IAI.SK BIT USEFUL -pH!S FALSE itsnamssM s.rved a useful purpose in that :' %  X Bam riom Mr. Merry on h-t i non-infonnativc and a* far as the Prate m thesa %  >neenied. completely alien to an) methods of building up an %  jis with the Press,! the West Indies' cricket publnCan be keot informal as to future, plans in connection with West indies cricket. Mr. Merry went on to say, and we thank him for the information, that the original Bcbedul for two Teal twoda j atony game and . two-day gasne ogsssast 11, Indi i %  ana and a Tell and colony game agalnat each of Barbs jaJBsiea. I ran see the wisdom of this schedule In that both Trlnld I British Guiana have d< in.r< > i l %  %  -r ; in their in-pu1IAHKLSON HHIM.I vs CAKLTON to bank up the odds against the Lodge boys by scoring 50 quick runs and then Phillipss and >g*s fast attack were for the I. yet I gather that she not shown bad form, and was unlucky in getting a very bad start in the Bayshore Handicap on the first day. Her non-appearance last Thursday, remains a mystery, which, however, we must hope, does nut Indicate any mishap. Others who have not done as well as we might have expected, are. Usher, Apollo, and Lunways. The first two should certainly have been capable of picking up a race or two. in D.. and the fact that neither have placed, is a hit mystifying. Possibly. Appollo may not have been quite fully wound up for his campaign, while Usher, like his Granddum, Bridesmaid, may be a bad traveller. Perhaps.—but. we still have to wait and see. Lunways' form suggests that she may be running off. but she. of eourse. i s up against a lot slifUr opposition. To turn from the ftUUNf. to the successes, the results of the last wo days racing have emphasised, first of all, the excellence of Bright Light. Mr. Barnard's filly won her race against the C.s. in .!•*'.''' f* rnost part responsible for forcing the best time for the day, and there can be little doubt that if all goes iL.' I?. M y vlclorv _. well with her. she will have the remaining Classic races at her men irsershlp by in this match Philll| ..h..l She did not start on the third day. but may do so on the f.mni.. ll lation and have instituted an annual i and British Easi Indiana. — day. my inrarmauon is eanwe*. ss u -iw..v. %  rfsuMap* w nt-ord the success i good horse, and there are none who will grudge Bright Light's owner the reward, to which his farsightedness in purchasing Burning Bow. and Felicitas, oi his Orange Hill Stud, entitle him. In the same stable. Is the useful Rosette, whose win over a big field of F. class horse s suggests that she Js a long way above the average half breds i for our WHAT . whether it would be an appropriate thing to say at this time Neverthelu th. remsJnUu mmutM of Thc otnc Spartan bowler who ltS5( FlIsl Admiral has been a little unfortunate In running up the ,,', .,„ .(-nlh-.-n h„d ri-rdleri with *"* ,a,r Iv SUCCCM,U 1 was „ K sequence we have come to associate with Landir.ai k. His failure to w '. hu l_ ri ^ C 5-.* 1lh Bowen. the spinner. In the first conC ede IB lbs. to April's Dream can certainly not be held against innings he took 4 for 27 and yesh im. terday 2 for 16. i WHf a s pleased to see Aprils Dream return to form, as I was Cave In Good Form by the comparatively good showing of her half brother. Cross Roads. Cave showed hirmclf in good The unreliable Colleton (about whom 1 have heard more unkind reform on both days. At the close marks passed, than anv other horn that 1 can remember), greatly of the first day's play he finished surprised me. but, apparently, not the Trinidad public, by winning a ith his wicket still intact with mile race, seemingly quile easily. 1 would have expected at least 38 for tin' losa of one wicket. Lucai I and Williams I, nod I'" Carlton with the W K AHE HKAIJ.Y COP %  filfd with I which arc total at 34 for the low of two being made I, Held a propei b *•* C< ^'"?|L3SS vegjst reference to tha fact that "the i %  attractive and ronenu to take part, but that is not gOOd enoUfh. •' l ^ rto 1 tts bv *** ..... We are %  ntltled to know what is the nal %  wnviers to dislodge them 2 4. He carried that score lo 62 10—1 odds on this performance but the Trinidad Guardian's corre(,„,! vvlw imoura that there might IKan """' shortly before UM lunoheon and whP n Spartan declared with spondent. "Nimbus", apparently foresaw his victory, and lipped him. experiment with the : n.ight interval was taken when Lucas 7 wiekets down, he was still not and so he paid just over $3.00. I consider this to be tipping at its rot be true but some concrete Intorm* nenUy off slow bowler out. He was never uncomfortable best. make the We %  t Indlai set public feel con r and WlCfeat keapnr Blackagainst the Lodge attack, most of with only one day's racing left, it remains to be seen whether our prospects of the coming tOUl and %  •'. the same tune pro held tho catch. The total was the bowling of which he is famLandmark, and Harrowcen, can earn brackets. The latter has not measure I'2 and Lucas' innings, an unlllar with having lately left Lodge, had the best of treatment from thc handicappers, and there can be no Beted one. which lasted for and he delighted thc spectators doubt that both arc up against very good horses. Indeed. If Astrion Where are these grandioM1 e DO* Inn minutes included ten boundwith his shots all around the ^ going to continue to be a reformed character, it is hard to iniagint ing talcn' arles wicket. a more disheartening task than trying to beat it has become almost an ax* m In w. 1 Ira Ian %  %  tbnl H, mold llutchinson assisted N. Harrison who had been not selli Hclli without penetrating an effective pOCC bowling .. teai ilkln „ he score post "*; *' f J /^.'^rS'S ,: cer,a aOtevanartghauTplaeeforthatmatt. „,double century mark when Lt l*^ i,wloH bv Ou ram REDIFFUSION offers i eommbwton of it.so m CASH tor every new Subwriber brought to and accepted by tha Company. Commission will be paid after the inaoulatlon has been made REDIFFUHION will in addition pay a Bonus of S75.0t to any person who brings in twenty-five new subscribers within one ralendar month who are accepted by thc Company. Get a supply of Recommendation Forms from the RKDIFFI'SION ollk-e In Trafalgar Street and cam BIO MONKY in your spare time. #•*•*/ .V WITH REDIFFUSION Hill III I II II I ISMMM. I Ivor it 11I Triifnlftur Street. (ilVr: TIIKM TIMi: the valuable scores of 51 and 61 respectively. Given 163 runs to make to draw too was taken behind the wickt Blackmail, this lime off the %  rung "f Simmon*. He had I valuable 13. I HAVF BUN llutchinson partnered JS a j,,,, and 'his pair looked lik> Ihts; it will -i %  ''''' putting up a good stand when who has ihown talent as l i>.- ,,... 17,, m ,nuteB. His innthey would have been bowled out ulual and even if they k<". Ihemselve 1 ; .1 f fltness then then tffortl are relaxed until thei vommitment dw ial, y ,; of you %  d they are to K" 1 shall await developments In thu ... (i,e ink ' thing will be done Wo, consisting of hlmd Ostaro. Still, stranger things hove happened, and ly time for Harroween's luck to turn TIIK AUGUST MKKTING With UM than a month left before the start of the B.T.C. fourday August meeting, It Is surprising how little activity there is to be B observed on gallops mornings. Nevertheless, signs are not lacking -..! ne .,...."£ I J of the appiuaching meeting, not the least of which, is the appearance Orimth and L. S. Harris had made a hca ,i quarlers Q f Mr. Gill's and Mr. Waleott's 1 fore he was bowled by Outram. His was the only Spartan wicket to fall yesterday. strings. I expect that. %  Incluatve seven for far lei wickets from next week, bralnen will be getting down to It, and we shall be able to assess to some extent, thc way their charges are taking shape. At the moment, a rather conservative policy is being pursued, particularly In regard to the two year olds, very few of which, unless they make great strides in the next three weeks, can hope to be anything but extremely backward. At present, our main line of defence against thc usual strong St. Vincent challenge, would seem to be Apple Sam, vet I should be surprised if he turned out to be the best that we have sv.ll. the policy of giving two year olds time to aC i ll ^?I y i^ 0 Si r tl?o !" ? v until develop!ls1igood one. and pe'rhaps w c shall reap the reward of being bill who got a x JS^J^S^% m S^SSS patient, when next year's cUsslcs are contested, ne 18 including the only Iu ch < %  £" cre a .£_ ."iTAILPIECE the day and Hulchlnaon •" %  £ or *dV r "*' J<,h It seems that there is ahorE that no one wants. Who is the • ..;lhcr when the innings u "" owner of Little Megdalc. Our latest importation can be seen being leclared Closed with the FMP1RF VS WANDERERS walked and looking rather forlorn at the thought of having come all lotal St 273 for the loss of six |> m 'I| rr )H jjudiurs .. 260 the way acros* the Atlantic, only to find herself an orphan, so to Wjekets. llutchinson wlio scored a Wanderers 1st f.-lngV 308 speak. Those of you who have ever contemplated becoming owner*. u-eful 30 got three boundaries Wanderers led Empire on flrst can do so now. and with an English importation at thaV As to price ilumn the a •' %  '• *•" of W" ">ntns. Innings yesterday when ot close but perhaps we have said enough 1 %  i th got 2 for 61 while nply ^ Empire's first innings THE CASE K>K AMATIX'K BOXINil WEEK I 11 .1 H nboul lhl Illllc myslrry. pTOfCHIonul boxing on of ^dtPkulU. .ha. .i.. srrertOd th. | ; ^^r^ '!£& ^£J^M !" ^ DavTd SSS DaPcixa. He had made 72 in fine were all out for 308 a lead of 48 ^odS I anintetii boxing Li lo I \ j f"JPJ*&J*rt "*• "P*"? the ^^^^Y yic and "^^ 2 blK wv l,u OV ricKwlcK !" roue?' With the formation ol an An Ham Boxing Al J SStJE* "^ lin ?; ico !d %  und 72 and Ti' U ^ Ih > wl,r Tmlor Eot hl P d ln front tributed in no small measure to j b.w. to Barker. number three In the Pickwi.k i would lie no dearth Ol COntl 'of one from Edahill and he was the Wanderers" score. batting order, hit 13 fours in his cognised clubs and associations ppnt hack without opening his Wanderers after losing the New Ball century which was completed like the Y.M.C.A.. the Police Boya' Cluba, VMIV and UM lUM enaccount. wicket of Perry Evelyn al 35, saw Barker had lust come on with after the luncheon interval and tared trams as well C W. Smith joined Hope who young David Mayers and W. the new boll, and in his fourth '"* contribution enabled Pickwi.k If this is properly advertised, the Amateur Boxing ASS.* ., miiu .,, horne to Ac p^.,, KnowIea retrieve the position with OV er. he buvVcri inspired. He got to score 287 runs for the losg of "ai quits capatli md thU pair by neat shots ^ mP Irfe batting to take the skinner with one which swung eight wicket* when play endod flth_bnmg too,, lh K^ ^ 27 when Carlton SCO re lo 107 before Knowles was back sharply from the leg. and yesterday in reply to the total of —sde their first bowling change, out l.b.w. to Horace King. Knowles three balls later, had Atkinson 243 runs scored by Police on the done on %  01 ins life, Fred Betl i i B an kei Herre Mafi h, some f the of ill quite capabli Ihose rtlaunch amateur boxing forms of gnort i ri ft un.'iitii; this sport lntellu;ciill' II i Up to and make %  to _^ BON VOYAGE i W E SAY bon voyage tom or row rnoni %  %  elected by the Amateut Athli *. itii In the IflO klloa to be hold Jub 14, French Nation.I Doj tf %  %  the) are successful or not hardl; eration bul the 'act that the A.A A. of B utgsj of thui Invitation Ii convii clng lare again coming into Ihelr own In Bl '.here can SO cyclists to reach a stagi lection spartin (for 7 wkta) i hopa that the A.A. A. i B. will find it pi % %  %  s atl out again by the l.b.w. route wilh Urat day. Half Century *2*&^£?iT !" b-ta **" Birkett took 175 minutes' to Atkinson joined FofTI( Williams who had now "^, hls century and gave oniy iring thc partnerheen 8wiu :hed to the southern end, ono chanec whcn hls vltatli |n the fuluie m DasM left arm made 43. replaced Warren at the Ingled the hrough the slip* and laUr Then Denli Smith glanced him to the fine Mayers, and C ndary. nhlp Maycm reached his fifty was moving the ball well through Al,cr that chance ho batted frecB 1-" Williams bowled after being dropped by Robinson ne 9 \ r an d two other wickets ly and executed fine strokes and from the other end and Hope cut at mid off with his score at 47. fc\\ quickly Wanderers were 8 Ii;unt l the gaps in the field. cvdlsta P 0 1 Kennedy at gully to tho Both these batsmen faced the duw for 26 9. bul Lawless and His Excellency the Governor l>oundary to make his score 19. Empire attack with confidence, st Hm look lhc j^p 1O 288 ^p. Sir Alfred Savage and Lady 1 ill bowled the last and attacked the bowling, cxecut"f ore Lawless was out to a catch Savage watched thy after lunch trie dav and sent down ing shots all around the wicket, behind the wicket off Williams. P'ay. The Police fielding was not n to Smith. Tho total was Atkinson was tho more severe of Williams curlier had Proverbs BO good ufter lunch and two 36 for 1. Smith is 15 and Hope the two. and at one time lofted caU ght by Barker at mid on. It catches were dropped. The next II. King out of the grounds. wa9 a w ell judged catch by Barker best score to Birkett's was 45 by They sow the score move on to who threw himself forward and K. Greenidge who went at nuyi134 at tea, and on resuming, carsideways to hold a very low one. ber four in the batting order for ried it to 1-50 when Mayers With only a few minutes to go Pickwick. jumped down the wicket to one of before time call, Kinn lured St. Again veteran Byer who topKing's leg breaks, missed and Hill down the wicket for DePeiai %  cored in the first Innings for mnr.E r*. SPARTAN l.tidgr 72 and 235 i at ured i nings \ I o'clock yostarday In their was stumped by wicket-keeper to whip off the bails, Wanderers an page 5 .IISI IM£iwVI> BIRKMYRE CANVAS 72 W1I>K—FOR BIS TOPS ..ml SIDES INNER HOOD LINING 56 HIDK IA1VN AND QBKX LIONIDE LEATHERETTE 511' WINE. ATTRACTIVK SIIAI1ES. BLACK MIRACLE ADHESIVE IV4-OZ. or 50Z. 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SUNDAY. JULY >. IKS 8UNDA1 M1MK ATI fAGE FIVE Cockell Comeback One-fight-a-Month LIGHT OLYMPIC TORCH IN ANCIENT CEREMONY SCORE HOARD %  AUIION OlliGL i. (ABltUk HAJ*JtlSO*f rOIJIGr lit innUp 11B 1AIU.TON Ut INNINGS w Manhall i> smuta 1* n Ui fJaBBen C %  wtiiiai-. r. aimii "i., M i*' %  • i—it. u I HuUiKnwn • >W b SIHIDNM l. Hlltrh.a>n .„., v' C KM ill naaVa Wr M : t. | 1 Total lor %  rkla Jed IIS Fail of B-,kaU -J to*. I I... M. 3 IJ Ui. 4 lor SI), i for IX, • IM HI BOW! INO ANAI VUI V B A H.— .. M iipinn %  Raid TuSW Porter W ImllL KASBtUR-N Hop* nol out Tudr I b Edahii. w Siium not uut Edshill B Warm. C Cos B William. PASIAN LfHI IUDUE . M>ARTAN tfor 1 kU i SJ'AKTAN 1.1 INN1NLA A AUln. c Walch b Brrfokr. S (irlftiUi & raiiiisi F S Harrl* • Brookr* l> Fa mm N rlarrlaon b uulum N Uranl lbb Wllkla K W-.kt.it c Gum twfcpr > b WlIM N H>m< b W i Ik iv CV BOl DUt > King rtol out ....... Elba* Total 'tor I wkla %  1 LODGE SCHOOL. 2ml INNINGS t Shaphard t D (in.' 1 b i W W.k-I, c Cav. I b r c OoMiid b King Brooke* .flMl HamKutson b K li--1 i. mn *iLsti\ SAYS Humour was busy to-day prttt th* future of DON COCKEU. galjanl UUL uOSUCCUSAlul defender o/ ihr British cruiser-weight iilje I ANDOLH TURPIN Hue week One >iorv went la the .x%  icgesting lh,a %  \-n„iu,v, '.V45 at... %  %  I cockell iia tomj>iet*U different intentions. According t„ JACK SOi/>atON8. the man who promoted Cockell'i championship endeavours, Don will seek 'rehabilitation" by taking on all comet, at the rate of one a month—be ginning now A *ensible move—and on* th.l wtB help to rid Cockell of th. ring-rust tha' must assuredlv havicontributed to his battle with the scalas. Tha onlv question is—who ea n he light* Ambition Thwarted Thrcv-flfths, uf a second stand tx-tween the Hasting, 15-VSMI-OIO %  >•*.. -.!.. I from Ceylon KatBNI (pronounced Farm EWART and her ambition — to swim in lb Olympic Games .it Helsinki But her nomination fnr the turn Olympic trials it Blackpool t Saturday has not been accept? because her lOo yards time 8S.8 sec. was that fraction over Ihe standard. This is sururiaing. berausv if tho free-style qualifying mark, which only five have reached, hail been us lenient on National times as that for th* women's backslrokr. Miss Ewart could have quaiifliM easily. Why Choose Barnett BEN BARNETT lormar Australian Test wlcketkeeper. ha* been picked to plav for the Club Cricket Conference XI agaliu.1 it..Royal Navy at Dartmouth on Julv 9 and 10 DBI.SEO IN ANCIENT COSTUM1S !.,,. t .ns (left) Ught th. the games were born many can: .'ics ago The sun's rays stuning on 0 : to the hand of tha girl at left Tha flam* was than transferred to the I bowl was earned lo the Olympic itttV, where U will burn for the dura' carries tha torch, tit from the bo' :.on Its first lap toward Helslsi. Fir port the torch to Its Una) destlns' on and the start of the 195games vl held by the girl *f Itsjhl Tha 1 of the games A rui r.ei (rigtitl d. Kelajsof ruut;i i> will tr.nti(Intersiaiioiuil i CRICKET froP*4 i**icv -iut lu the nassaj IBUI i Use Pu**.^k wieki UJ IUII." sJatr -ending uvers. He U>wlaU atsaWily A4u im. bowled wiU h*rd I ..nd UIItwo L-atchea that wtv .' D]| ;. varied hu delivetirs C ,i auod vKlent auu al Lunca skM tha iiUnicn tied down Ur.iaM.iiu \ IWulinn II overs took iwo but t Urn-* trad to b a bit errali %  Meai ii'ok QM %  FM 47 and 411 runs respe. PicfcWKk ware off to a shaky BtaWl when they lo[ their opening batsman A. Trotlei win. IBSBM win only seven. Trotter made four tuns before 1 he n "it leg before while on the -mil Rradsh .w Then Hirkctt |osMd F-tt.rd* Bad Hi Dean Ireely. BlrkeK reached his century just aft* luncfe and by lunch Pickwick ha I lost twa vkksrtl Edwards 29 •ud A Trotter four for 117 tun. The new ball came out when EH .,,.. m who am uVWattClng HUita a lot in Uaa Ural over will :ha new bad. gained a succaaatol %  I %  ..i.i WrhtM Boa kM ba when this balsm n w.is ISl When .lumpw.i,. gnwn Pick vcick had scored 27 runs for the loaa irf eight wlekets in reply H the Police aoon of 24S in their I tilling!. JULY 6 NO. 231 The Topic of Last Week MODCRN IIVIHG IS A STRAIN NDTUOPHOS helps you to relax and forlities yowj wtsolfj nervous system. YOU EAT WELL. SLEEP WELL. FEEL WELL, wl.cn you take NirmoPHos •sss.'.:**'****-<-'ss.' %  %  Thai la Own only ^>ia I UIHIk KKMKU Cyclist* /,*!<• tor Martinique Tomorrow CRICKET CRUSADERS Hn O. i. • •i|>|tin i >ii of wicket* 1 tor 11. I for r IS. • (or 1. 1 lor 1. • lor I for M. for 75 BOWLING ANALYSIS Phillip. PUJ i %  irii:i vs. MPIBS 1*1 %  = %  =.. = BaxneU aetiUd in thw counlrv two years ago and has been play ing club cricket and making occa alonai appearances in Mlnm County games as captaui of Buck.v When I tolj him he bad been chosen. 44-yea,-old Burnett said "It certainly is a nice gasturc. but really f think they might hav<> picked a younger man. They should give the up-and-coming boys a chance." CRICK 1i the AoUocatr Mr. Ha it itidu i.y llaiold Dale, l>ay Expra* inui lianu and is oi Ml %  -• li.' Barbaclat oontingent oi t list* will leave Seawell to, roai gan tn l n sj bj British Weet Indian Airways on their w.iy to I M.iitnmjue where they will take paUl in the IMi kil.M.ietie road ice on the 14th July, the Fiench %  National Day A.vompeiiytng Uieni will ba Mr. I but rather an J. W. B Chenery. ltesideni .* the I loyull> thai mlglil Barbadua Amateur Athletic Asao%  Farauson ul the '••; u] runs It was no f.iuii Ut be i WANDERERS. gvalyn b W.ll.m. KnowWa Ibw H Kin. AUUDMID Ibw Darkar Marshall c E. A. V %  iiij over i for the Barbadok aVdvaataW. m-rds DO introduction crick I ag wtll w vhrld > %  'rinj home to ii'i* thouiaiwl oi locaJ cricket fans, intrifi iina word picturej I tha DJ hiatoric stru between rui tiaha and tha \ Harold Dale, who was fertun ma ai ura hi* run. Rae took atrlkt ata i-nough lr have i MIWBII advanced with l 1 agraa Barnett has, h.id the fortun* t 'i %  West I best cricket could offer and as crickch wnlrkw tnm far as the first-class game U conof England in ItM i corned he captains two aides uited for tl against the Indians this season— with clevei the Commonwealth XI at Blacked opinion. Ihc struggh pool neat month, and the Minor ,>,, w, • i : ... ,. .ouiniui criULeiing csntlon, and Mr C E. Jcnunott, who will manage the teann In tivahing ftanknets psaca of Mr. George Clarke who about Dal> .de-scrlplum aitd 1 am hits (ouiut il Uni*oastblv to make 1 ire that hi! obsarvaUona wltl> thv tour, respect to the aehaeUon oi the Compriaina tba toam are "Miksr" i I., i hta T-st will cvok.. -Im „ha.i (Capaaln) John ,I.II%I and debaUSkinner. L> Kei/er, George HlU, I li.,h. crtCfcSt circle*. H> "Flash*' Brathwaite. and D -in...i H,*n..) Young Orant of \... A Sklnnar lb w. Baikal • H Pruvaib* c Barkat b Willlanu E Atkliuon b II stark-r 9 T 1-awlt.i c twkpr.i U. Paiaa b g WUUams %  [. at. HlU 'ipa -wkpn i> H KIM '; H U Toppin not out J CsttSt _^ ToW J" JM^i tt u -.i*£Nil t: _i,, BOWLINli ANALYSIS O H B W Barkar II J Huadf * William* M t J llald. HoW ,Ja a Kina >|* !" POLICE v PICKWICK roi.it %  ui tosaaas *•• PHHWICK 1>I lamias. A F. Trailer 1 b.w b Biaamtww r. Edwais. "pa iwkpr Doiwi' b Qraanc *• T Ilirkrtl lb* b Bra4lM> '• K (iraeoieaa I b.w b !>.. j p Ooddatl r OiacfW b B>vl W Oraenldsc c Aw. b Bvar C OraankWa C ra.ma. b Byrr U) C. W t .l b Bobar. B. Innlaa nol "Ul %  T i<-d 'Jnr i not -"H sr Bxtrai T Counties XI at Norwich in September The selectors have brought hUc in to the exclusion of DOWNTON Sevenoaks Vine. If Down ton nythical Impaiil -I ball of '. l.ind.in the vary |I11 1 '' ,l|S lo P rtilh complete accuracy. •ound, ksxrwladgeabla dMl Be is, was .hocked. H .. Iran i iiy the amai 'i la ta n .. only it was beeau voluntai> had to go then GRADY, of Dunnationality and he was I %  .. and Undwall walked bad. tiiable. Should have been given n imu critk bacauaa ba I f -aa chance. wno nar | wvn ih e West 1 ;:iiug of it Expensive Dep a rture reach the Mat %  fi Inl laiii io ins bai career in IiitarnationaJ erld and tn< % vrn amoni The Spartan League benefit by prior to tht £50 by the departure of Hemcl iar upon V"lash of (ousting %  :..,i gol hll bat to U< thll livmpslcad and Upminstar lo the Austral.a for world crl* but the Impai Oelphian League. Each club has premaey was so great thut hii itroki <* %  been fined f25 for resigning front jj was vuuch.afeu In bun lo %  | kward and th the league after the peimlltvd from day lo day the anawi date. Ihe queue', thai What more frivenl luiiuli ciscd bli rnlnd srhati I The competition is being exland for Australia with ( ol th< tended to 10 clubs next season perlenee Bottom clulw Hoddaadon and Mri mil bahiD liavtna lost tha low have been re-elected, and Surel.. Ware, Polytechnic and Ford Sportf must bava to kali have been promoted from Divisthe quaation ion I. A place is found for 0* | former Isthmian Iague cluh. rc n lllH | \ V iol 111 %  It was stated th-i Ood ..uffeiuig from narvou %  il cnrrecl%  Inn) .a oasb per cent Il i Urad thu' QoddaraT bad ostafad to stan-i Naaaaue Eahiiuatasn ? -i>oken to GiHidard hun.11 noiliy before the Wist lnManager Cyril HOIIXHII Hoys is also going on the lout, but at thv expense .f his l(i>a. >i.,i S'. '.. %  alaa Th.paiawl auk rtalisbl SS Witl. Mimiat in a %  psn -.ui nmi. .wsaiafs .in haul a Pelatsaan fa. UHNaB i>r flirk eulh Hafnbi. T|L..\ -1aO ii %  %  All.i llia> Ilia in* lib band down DIM It mi. inma mwatai at %  •of you ian i iuii lhat iin.. M.W n>: %  kaar a loss OSl II a la|. IM( A pan || |„, ,i lalvtnH | i k""I l*M to ill) La-ar>iM IK>>. ai.lwn .>.t>.„ n (ktrhun Defeat H.C. Old Hoy* Stollmayar and \> AH., to meet Before' %  "' *-k. saw a difficult job of solution and lh Etaaj and i n otoda .al majority of baflcuj ild have taken the t.j dafeating HarruxKi I . %  ( i exciting mail i ( ..i lion have placet' in a good posit urn foi inning the Divmion -A' 1 Baaki I ran of wku i->. a t. -•• *-"'• S—llf, 0-aat. T--2SB. •—ass BOWLING ANALlfJlS ^ ia M.illi.i. It Blarkman Byar 14 TABLE TENNIS QUARTER FINALS The QuartaT-flnabt of the Tab Tennis B Class open championship were played at the Y.M.C.A. Friday night. The scores were aa follows: King (Advocate) beat Chase (Bay Street Boys' Club) 22—20. 21—17, 22—20; Guller (Modern High School) beat Cadogan (Speightstown Sports Club) 21— IB, IB—21. 21—14; 22—20, Archer beat Symmonds 21—17, 21—18, 15—21; 18—21. 21—16, Hendy beat Straughan 21—16, 21—17, 21—18In the finals for the Adelphi Club open championship Joe Hoad defeated Clarence Gooding i ii %  '. i w, In tiu) upabot RM . Ion • % %  "Jiottod ami 1 '.>iiiia yar captai n ed tha BUM an .liilioi '" I'U never concealed I ,ii.m: '...ui %  musl %  %  < a upon Oodjdard nid> i ;iny hint %  %  %  i a; In i: .1 %  hOWr) all Uirough .• paai • %  i H iroid Dal When Ihv last qiuiiii ol thll match ended, both teams had Ihi number of points, but aftci ^ i i Mills. Cur I Ion were able t Curve a win by a basket Pirataa b-,t piaatwlck by male point the laaaa rdahi Pirates were 18 points belt in. i whan the laii quartaa bi • hey played a very fast last quartei .-in I night loilege beat Pi > keenly %  onli'ated match ii rhal Madam ... BM Star Bu.l> .. i.-.-i •ponsorad by j & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blendara of J A R RUM Palace Oriental Keriierdtr*. De India. ( hmo. y Cylon Balsa i>e Tacaaraaln Kspecilitainente Menos 151 Quince Percirnto Dvrant IV Raralillo TUANTS I'i Win. Ili-nrv SUM Dial : I...: PAINS IN THE BACrt Here i a way to re'iaf Do you anow thai a ( oaaar el beclui.hr IKS m tfM kdassers? Wh-mh-jw. healthy User help to :il"a inipmrities eul of the •."!" Whm thry fTOW slaggiah. thrse intpuotiis accumnlntr and the irsiilling con geabon u> vtiy oitrti tiii caaaaef kssckache. I >• Wn< apacially prrpaird to ii.wigorale sJacgui. aataan rhaj % % %  dWactly on these vital OIL, ana. act aa a tonir. lomn, ihrin up and spe e dily ustotinK 'hr'n to thru rsstacsl artivity Rrhi-f free bsckache follows as a nan aa V i onaeourm r Par e*i realury lr Wilt's PHai saw bnen bringing c-lnt m ajg). fsrars fioni b*< ht> he ant see hava in nvil t %  n.-itlr letters ol gtai.-mlhaai all over the TorL! C a sunpl) from -cui chemist today oua GUAKANTK Oe Wat's naoufacturrd under Btnclly hn condition* and the •ogrcdirnti form to rigid sfjst laid, M p DE W ITTS PIL' tokidney and Bladder tV'ou Jives hi* own ..livwer 1|. quollunf II II V I i ft I 1 lu II... w.. 11.11. 1 Urlil I,lull Tufnell Park Edmonlon. Eleven Qualify For Skill Shot Budge* thought to be very creditable The second round at the eliminating ataaza of the BRA. Comjsetition was shot y-I thought I i I %  i lining tcif flesh and bloon could achieve It. "We had t,9Qti West Indians at la.it playing fervently for the Wesi head* .-.I i. up to the %  II ;. ind Haaaatt; \' i pin and guile of llatniidhin an Vali-ntm. than the menacing speed G Lindwall and Miller. Harold Dale has WrlttafO hi account of tha Testa anc thi imporlant gar -.villi thei If. A Lange B.N a visitor to d fl > '" day, UMa^CDTi Its* their hearts." the island, was a guest of (ha '' -I.H.A.. yestercUy. He shot and tha -* %  ount is therefore the more I.RA. waa informed that il wag t inl *' rCf, m ^ L" K I V ".i?** ? the first time he was using the this method he has gven:.' service rifle (b) under Bisley con•* the opportunity li dltlona. His score of 86 was £• l*Wi and the I West Indian lUppOfti certaintie<. bopai of each game as pluy da Few writers could have captured tiu Itaeeaaj r>elin toucli tl, terday evening. The eight b.-t linporlu nt First Iout of a possible 105 Major A DeV Chase 98. Mr. M G. Tucker 94. Mr E. J Parry 04, Lt. Col. Conncll 93. Mr F D.M 93. Mr. G D McKinstiy M, Majui J. E GufnUi 92 and P.C. O Shepherd 92 The eight best aloll* with Mr. T. A. L. Roberts 92 Mr M. R. DeVortcuil 91 ..d Cpl K Kr.nl (Uarbadw. Police Forcaj 90. hav jualifted for Skill Shot Badgen in tha X hLA ajan lion •centr:. I more forceful and turned phragaa than Harold Dale and this war early In the tour For example la 11 from his daa c r l ptl missal of i the opening partna Stollmover and F|ir. around which thW, • such fond hopes. Vivid %  i; %  %  %  ..ill walked back daapa. % % %  i %  %  Ualia's surpi n* win of tl %  I'"' Ulaj aa this:— "Il was a treniandoua inomenlum l"it 1 dont tlnnk one of tlie rd but -pared a limught nunt oi iha Waal Indian .i train! ui then Ihy that had bee %  i after iTUshing Ei'iitaiid th.it . neck and neck In tha Ashes—West Indies wer beaten ivalyl The Imok contains some excllenl Illustrations by Harry Mar1 Morning H'.'ruhi lliotorr.i]' must IKI |l*an to him for having phofo graphed | I I fVafU hiindsnm'IMI nt, to hJg niirlvall.-il kill K£. '' :l > "'* TournaimaH b *"i .i .ii.,. I M( ftiflMoadaaaJ CAP!. JORDAN TOP SCORES at last Wednet"i..y'a practice of Usa Small Horn Itifl.Club with %  • very good score of 99 out of .< possible 100. The following are the alght baal %  ('apt. .1. It lordan BS. Mr. M. A %  Kir 17 Major J. E. GrifflUi !)V madhlll fiom Mr. H. B. G. Marsliall B7. Mi. Hag 'II '.'-. Mi. T A .! %  i o Bra roe S I LAtllKk HOI IIISMr. IPaltorson ..ul Mi. H s Ban cioll baal Mr. D E W.,rm* and MIM k WLIIK. ( J. t MONIIAV'N FIXTIFRKH LAUIK SINOISH riMALS Mlaa g. Worma VI Mr. D. I W.irn. i \OIIM' uoisiia Mi. V Pallaiaon and Mr. II *. Man %  roll vi Mr. t Cannall ami Mia C "klnnar. MINS liOIBLSB Mr W U C Knowlaa and Mr D I v Roaeh ana Mr T A %  Mill 'Irtlkl*. Mr J I Jinn' hud wrought Ufa" him m one over, iinl %  thai ind huiumlf unable to g< Ha IMI lift tha Held Belgrade-Bound A MATEUR cbampi o n i JOHNS i MAI.OMV ., I'ERC V I.EWIN Hl i> to lam to Royal An Force again. Yugoslavia in Belgrade on Jui. M tha Im-atai dliact boxin H .1.1...I between the Iwo coun M Knasuss Mi-mbers ar ask • Serrtec Tin ,< la RAF nil be putting then 0 in the ring, wit! -haimpionIWtli I "d nrheduled f-" WKIJJI. DAI ROF. and TI>Nl Inl, 12th. will now WALLACK n "aupporV' of Lake place on Wclnaed-y. July welter-weight Maloney mo. "MORSES I COMSTOCK 5 WORM FtaJJTS -*tr Ussskarj ol lr Uoraaa Pills I affart ,un prokKiMSi for ya larailr 5 ISTL^. M, "U %  nirr-.r j t-r-^ How tfai fi>fi INNER CLEANLINESSP In kpon, as in hjadggga, fnr*xy that hnng* MKCCSS! you're really hi you're full ol MHour —and you can .ul.i.. fitness very simply, by taking Andrews lor /nv Llcanlinc.Sparkhng. gaW" §*&—* Irc-ihim ihc pajuih, sciilo. ihc Momas-Ti, ion.. up the liver m.l •inally, gemly PatfMi unutipanon. An occasional glavi oi' Andrcwb as a rcrresber keep* you on lop ol your form—just a toBpoooiul in a glass of water. DU YOV KNOWi/h4tuiifn/o*>dutwa/hmrJitiiatltM a /aurney whidi takti 2 or 3 Ja\>,


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PACK SB -I M>\V \DVOCATF si \I)\Y. JILV t. Iii TRIUMPH OVER PAIN Qt/lHM-THt FOURTH IHJSEOIEUT IH •MHMCIH' Mow doei AMACIN rafttva pain to ast. to aaactively f A lew years *jo feeding uiendsu dncovared thai ti lecret lay in the essa balancing %  Phenacenn. Caffeine and Ace-ylil.cyl-c Ac.d| w.tli i IOOBIH injredlene—QuoaiNt And 'AUKIHI Quinine icti roe'rnnco''/ with ne other med.ci *t >o toot he KhH, b'mt down (erish irmpfMurM. restore 4 ml *-*n*e of wil-beii>f I Off /oiITLffer fra* / To \ tn r of th, t ,nlM* ?l !" lever Coid' rlwadache* f Toothach;' KheuTiin 1 > r-iatirjgla f Meruualf*ii*f Ther-A^ACir: mil nr, yoi .1 nediatv relief, 'alt out n wit> auling speed 1 MfT Off PAIH-AT QHCi' at, lor 1 erf hale you < ou|h to brine, you liti i 1'Jbl. in Ur.fiy 30-t.t,:* lie beneiilt of thn .'< n buy a 1 tablet envelope ol AMACIN '— %  lief Irom %  bout of pain • Anaein is alto boats and to bottles of SO ub'eu Hair* new UAntift ditcovery ARM YOUKSHF ABA,NST PAIH GET SOME 'AMACIN' TODA 17 Do grow to full ai.d true Mom .1 In..i By all m .iK have. rninv boy -friends. That it but healthy and normal, but I cannot hrlp feeling that It l uil .1 l |j wh.-i. a you il itl like tou let* herself entangled *o early In life with a serious affair. It will Ml hrlp rtSJ liUr on. in\ dear, when you hsve s liomand family of your own. Keep 2 |i >\ Msjafi don't make any ri-ii drrlnloiM and above all do live what you are a inn iri of 15 years—with the whole world %  Nil 4 full I'dbefore her. You will see ham true this Is when you reach my air and ran kSok bark on a full life of hasp'neowith my husband, my children and Ju*>l reretly. otne lovely lillle crand-rhlldren. It Is A lood life ai-d *ou must not apoll IL lil nsed 41 years and am 11 love with a msn for the l*t IS years. 1 ried and hai been telling me ell along that he to going to get a divorce and marry me. 1 feel now that 1 hsve been with h'm too long and hsvc almost made up my mind to leave him at the end of the yeur. Please tell me what i tin I hould be very grateful for your | I do really believe that yeur Idea about Itaving this man as the best of all a.. If be haa nut made any move for 16 years It Li rather unlikely that he will uptet his family life now for you. It Is a pltv Indeed that It hast taken you ao long to see reason, my dear, hut women have always been forgiving and willinr to give another rhanre o 1 ran fully undrr-Und that you held out hope* far him all the time. uVhaw, irv 10 et tins whole l>niiir* off your mind you will feel ao Ml much better when you have marie a final move. IS minutes-and a guinea-in Mayfair gives them the drill for Buckingham Palace Deer Sirs. Clarke. 1 am sixteen years old and 1 am in love with a bos' afci-d 20 who is in love with me 1 have not seen wirVd^'JTfiSl'thli 1 he nir?s You might think that most girls By EVELYN ON8 curtsy from Mis. Vacant for this 1 prU even though 1 who had gone through dancing The gu\ steps forward .makes weeks preaenuUons nd *w M ve r.ui ng about clssa would be able to drop a a full sweeping curtsy to the nrs. one of he best of the cuirenl him. There are many oUier boys curtsy without further instruction, chair %  bn i"i lav orises abroad. i.irantee says first—Am. %  fkgsag will not U*f ;i cent of their money if their property or business is seized by art) OovsrniisaBlj Washington will see to it that the business men draw their profits in dollars only, Svan though the foreign Govi '" %  vniKl liavf ixigulauori--as m the case of Britain—saying that dollars cannot be taken nut nf the country. THE rates for this 1 I are reasonable. A business man can ftl u policy good tor ten rtara For an annual premium of one and a quarter per CuTtl trim tha ^ooavsjrnhllttjr" i itler. nnd one pgff cent tor buurance against exproprinllon or The insurance is good in '>ti natiniK, ouUicle Ihe Sovu-t DrbU, and cover* any legitimate enterprise, from camphor plants and oil retlneries to fibre factories. Who is running the scheme? Our old friend, presidential ciinflldrrtg Averell Harriman. THE celling prices on whisky and wine are removed by Washington. It will not make any difference—the prices are so hiBh, anyway, right now thai no dealer would be sufficiently foolhardy lo try raising them any furtherTALKING of puces, the cost ol living in America Is almost tha hlflillt ever. Tops was reached last January—a whopping 1B9 gfl p at of Hag -verage for 193S-39. Tonight Ihe Government announces that il is "a fraction" Ix-low the January high-water mark. Sandwiches and COCktoUl rot two m an ordinary W cfe vesleiday set me back £2 11s ONE of the most successful authors in America todny is a 34yeur-old writer called Mickey SpiUanc. t M-w-t ut-hnired Mickey hal sold 13.00O.000 copies of his six books, all about a private detective named Michael Hammer, and packed with every able sort of violence. Spillane has such < follnwinr. that Marines in Korea -end lum wads of dollars and write: "Just put me down on the list (Ol tvr) Mike Hammer book you write in future." As a magazine puts it: "The ast< r.ishing thing a1x>ut Mikr Hammer's success is that no one IUrM Iilm except the public. No rnjor book reviewer nnywhere has ever said a kind thing for a BpU, OH novel." MADAM Minister Perle Mesta has written her autobiography. By gasMfaJ %  grasipMOt it will not be published until after the prcsidenlol election In November. Too much about good friend ,n it IT TURNS OUT that the four youths who took over a New York hotel for three hours early the other morning, jind amiably provided room service while they held up the guests and start, practice of this sort Os thing—and did it all on whisky When the |>o!ice arrested them they confessed to a string of 15 1 in h eM>loits. but said that their of the details was hazy, M they were always intoxicated. |-i TKII USTINOV had an .u*y Ol grtgaaolng as Naro in "Quo Now we're likely to be in for more of the same treatment—Charles Laughton is King Herod In "Salome—The Dunce of tha Seven Veils." which Columbia. starts to make In Hollywood toIM NEW YOHK an announceroiisiderable s-igni flea nee: Jho Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation, the 13th largest industrial concern in the whole of America, discloses that It has bought a iSjfj-acrc estate i n Westi unty. and will eventually move the whole of Its New York staff of 3.000 to work there In '•garden-type office bulldinga" costing £6.000.000 The Saw Mill Mrs* MM through Ihe estate, nnd working should IH> very nice. This t* one more long step In the growing tendency of decentralisation in America's trafficchoked cities. IN GARWOOD. New Jersey l-anVil cops have been hopelessly outdistanced when U la eatch super si>orts cars driven by wild youths. Now quiet conlldenco reigns once more among the (i.nstabularv. They have a suiter car of their own—It can do 110 miles an hour. BIG TV news—four of Hollywood's greatest companies, Columbia. UrUveisa I—International, Hepubl'c and R.K.O., enter into 11 with the Screen Acto G uUd i coaniiatoi the prin. gtra p:iyn-i.v' roC in en for repeat showings on TV of ftlmi made (or lh.it medium. idngs of true love. You say eyes. The name Is Marguerite yajg bob, and say,""Your Majesty" you feel that he la s flirt. Are you Vacant In their first answer, and "Ma'am" not belni a little unfair* Are This pocket dynamo put many .fter that. Elementary" Maybe, you being a little flirty yourself of the debutante* through their ^t lt %  ,„, that adLne of then: with theae other boy* flatter I n paces beforehand. have to be told, you and'aaylng nice ihi.ui. u. Her Pu pi Is The other dayJrtia. Vacani w as you* No. my dear child, tru.t Although her manner Is unhidden to a reception N* hi true love and be faithful reserved (-DarUna."" she greets Zealand House. There she gate always to the 'only an* In the lhe stranger "Sireemeart"). she a mass curtsy and ^"J !" wuridand you wUI hsve a hes many secrets, and one of U?sson to 20 overseas d*buM* happy and full life with truat them is her age. She was, she Her comment: • They were quick HI", a* a basia for yfc presented at Court as a girl -they learned the curtsy nflve future with the man When* 'Ah, my darling, i could* t minutes. And they were gracetell i/ou (hot." Iu '• %  R ut she has taught two generaMiss Vacani is not so oldtlons of debutantes how y> behave fashioned as to make her pupils at Court, and a third is Just walk around balancing books on coming along. Age does not their heads, although she admits wither her "She looks the same that maybe that was the way sho now" Mid the nftv-yenr-old acquired an erect carriage hermother of one of her ex-pupils, self. But she is a great believer "a she did when I was a debuin old-fashioned deportment. She tante mvself" speaks of poise with missionary She taught that celebrated fcrvojir. hinting that even this jajajtanti of the 'thirties. Miss reporter might, if converted, avoid asalUItt Whigham (now the a double chin, the oien door. A dangerous n, K .|7c-,s of Argvlli how to make "oood carriage." she urges. precedent. jjr Court curWy She taught tha "gives health and energy. Graceother much-publicised girl Jeanne ful poise—that's ihe first thing a Not long ago a ventriloquist gtourton (now Mrs. Sherman dxhutonie should aim for." ogled with the gay throng Just Rumor whose husband is heir to Nowadays of course, the debu(jtslae an auction-room, and a Baron Camoysl. And most other tante goes to the Palace In a snort timid man. who had never opened notable debutantes before and afternoon dress and a hat, not in his mouth, was informed that he B tnce. _*._,"_ P *~ w ar panoply WM the lucky pos t as s or of an Qnt Lesson enormous chandelier. 12 soiled How m any of this year's the volumes of Gaffney's "History of a nt j, or so debutantes has she Polynesia." three pipe-racks, n taught to curtsy for the stuffed gudgeon, IS yards of presentations? Hundreds, my Cl'" """M. ^r\mi*r !" h^v• fu ir sltu cUo,, -„ fn( .^^ B' back in the 'thirties there In Ihe tiny Mayfair drawingwas that lovely girl Cceil : a Keppel T HE appointment of a Tibetan room, two chairs are arranged to (Ladv Cecilia McKcnna nowi nobleman to captain lhe represent lhe thrones in Ihe great ,,ers waj( a curts |o ^.^^^ A'anderers is dismissed by •' 1 !" 0 !" ' c ^.^ lace .f !" And Crania Guinness, now Lady Pravada as an attempt of FascistW ', hor fu ," f*F Mlss Vacani Normanby. who had her first babv CSprUUst elements to keep cricket Q**. ^^ll^LJi'Jf,IFI^^' '"! monlh-ahe was a graceful non^&*S^£&i$£, 'wa'sanothe^-Cd^ghtS'S; They are "unfeminlnc." They should have no place In the debutante's plan for gracious living. Miss Vacani abominates them. "Except perhaps." she conceded, "lor yachtingdarlino." -i..r..s Two Hono-Iulus %  nlng gown, train, of ostrich feathers on hi Does this make It —'.Jl-yT curtsy gracefully? "Not rays Miss Vacant. t all." Said one of violir EXPLOSION FOR FISH-TANK FORECAST sweep of her hand, and skipped away as busy as a bird to attend to two slightly bcw'llcred ClsMrtl awaiting her in the next room. In 30 years she has instructed W HEN Mrs. Reculver, 61 (b) thousands. Sebostopol Villas. West The curtsy is taught In one umtes? proletarian. A special article by Oak % %  Ite-crii Icatsn Muiov gayg that the bats on their way to Lhasa are sabotaged bats left on the hands of United Nations by American agents, and that the handles come off at the lightest touch. Balls dropped by parachute In the Himalayas were found to be half sawn through In the middle. (TOMORROW: What Is Wrong With Chinese Cricket? by Ah Long Hop.) TED: This meat tastes of kerosene. DORIS: That's the Snlbbo, dear. TED: I thought Snibbo was a tuvc-polish. DORIS: So it is. (A week later.) TED: If the stove likes Snibbo ;& much as I do 1 (Both laugh heartily.) S HORTLY after reading about a man who was knocked down by .. (rain, picked himself up. "and walked along the line Into U,e Station, followed by UM tvam.'• I came across un advertisement for a book called The Beauty of Old Trains, lt was "by the author of Four Main lines Some Classic Locomotives, and Trains 1 have 1-oved." The train which followed that man was just the sort of train I could love. It probably answers lo his whuSle by now. As for beauty, give me the 7.S4 from Bunsley to Crockmarsh, when the westering sun gilds Its door handles. %  fror, Perdila Blnckwood. learned he IEANIN0 against surfboards at Walklkl Beach In Honolulu are two Hawaiian candidates for top honors in different beauty contests. Al left U Beverly Rivera, who will be "Miss Hawaii" in the "Miss America" competition at AllaoUc City. N J. Al right Is Elsa Kananionapua Edsman, who goes to the "Miss Universe" pageant in Long Beach. Calif., aa "Miss Hawaiian Islands" ffhuriialional) Molts your hall say Welcome'. ILLUSION-BY A MIRROR.. ~V-v^~v^ fty ROGER SMlTHCLLS *"|^Hi nail glvei I impression ol ii i dreary on It i your guests the first ol your home Don't make --j one Wursi uroblem is tne narrow nan K-p u empty as possible Rely un clever use en colour and wall treatment to give n gaiety D.. nm use violent large scale patterns on •alls n iaor:c* in a cramped space '" '"'""""l* Pictures ifhrnei pni.s v os noil nunis (intrii.iiiro miiiiaturrs eic i atilch IIIVII* dose mspeciion Use targe mirrors for ad-d SfTUM HI space Kememoer vertical stripes m ..IIitp .video *ieio*ir. horuonial sinpes %  leaefS sirtpes across a narrow floor make mem appest wioei (he i'inB -n.>. ho* io give charactei to '.rio'Tririow^p' 0 "^ M N "* Um '•tali i a tile L a Kiotf nsrrow sneli pitiioied io ine ami iii aimlr biackela Large, secondhand mm ironsJunk sn. v letiecis right and gtva. an liluainn ol added pace Arransemeni \l n-ver onnu 'li 'lei'ora'ive mounts and tmmes adds iile to she wall treatment Broaa snelf aOove the front duoi lispiavs coloured flia-i. ah:ch gleam* and sparkle* again" the fanll|ht Woke fhem plain W ALL-IO WALL fl mailing nas sir: ninmng ... i .li Eaposcd mss oi cua'a mia nats are not attraciive ideal Out cosily soluuoo is tail < %  it with sliding doors. oi a cuoooard under the st:rs ma* Be fitted w.'h ciectnc i;oht and nooks for coats and hais mg the na Plain u*a(< sense of ceiling n. lernod -.,. seem wider. ails inerease the and space The deiiratel' patMake it useful A; Use a gay luQnc to conceal (ne coais ana mask the curia.:. runners .>h a scalloped hard ooard oelmet Dainted to match F i section of the nanBinit space ai one end with wall hooks to lake all the hats London Express Sarvirc SHELF olUg*ea to ine wan sit vms. from the noni coald oe low eiiougn io diapiaj nmvers. glass, and china and high enaugn to allow coats oeiow We'll soon have that better with WITH CASHMERE BOUQUET FACE POWDER Soil featured DoUaiely patlumed Cothmers Bowquol Foca fo—da' givai o otn imooth Imtih Clifiga lightly, evenly, lo* lattteg lovetiieii fACf POWOfl IV C#<>&K*tC ^jotlOMZt^ ASEPTIC OINTMENT Germolcnc Ointment soothes and penetrates. It protects skin injuries, rashes, scalds, and insect bites from the entry of harmful bacteria, and stimulates healing. Keep a tin handy for family use. FOR SCALDS, RASHES, BRUISES, ABRASIONS, Etc. GERMOLENE soulhes at a touch heals in record tinu. Obtuinafiu everywhere. Supplies of Old Cottage Lavender — perfumr, so.ip and talcum — arc available at your beauty-counter now Nowhere will you find truer, more exciting Lavender than that which comes Co you direct from Lngland in the famous Crossmith green bottle. I, I tOSSM 1 1 I I aouDtmuavTcao: g. A. BgXJAMIM LTD., P.O SOI 97, •R1DOSIOWN.



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MMi\l JtLV . 1M1 SI'NDAV ADVOCATf IK.I l! MY PIN-UP MPs by l.ihi-ii Acru/I . seeking an answer to the question: How elegant is a Tory Government ? COLLEGE GIRLS . 7 IO f ili. in in -i \\ i i Onlj* |>r--r • . ;••••• n-kiiiK if lll< •.lllllllll ..|ll II ill. llll.ll III— COLLEGE MEN LONDON UNIVERSITY s Eedimd CoUaae U a oolleee foi wwai only U hu bMn a college of Education !., *,uiu(. only ever %  ( it WM Stu-'enta* HI lOKIT KINOftLll !. | . I hat their fit Tin rwtlilnil iif lln ruin tfeeli Norvrlla ForBtrr. iv that the] eXI j.i i Mould A it hi n reach ..f those homr* A MORE cheerful tie display gladdened, the Government froot bench on Parliaments first working day s.nce court mourning ended. ed Government slnoa tat* .. %  mm Only iwo l" dau. :.Jaid ol elegant.-* ol -lie tailor.11* trade b • l l IIVN I \1 mister ol "'-' %  la i. advi irin.iif UJ -. h. ...mu.v : -Uo to thr l>r,t tailor. M. Uvoaik bold lass. aln*le%  founded in 1848 by a widow Jf Salisbury reading honournamed Mrs Elizabeth Jessie Hold. Phi inistry, would like ben to oV Hut now the girls of Bedford Puie academic research when thA feu ,i aba |lrl> !tis aualirled. tfaged during their time st the lor for us to admit men itisaeni* "Power girla study for pleasure I'm vend ty There ino rule a) well' 'iw than did before the war. ||HM fc •""' As students 1 are 740 undergraduate-'* a>< th,. Principal Tinirv.ii f.ilked la %  (*.*. %  • • •! what tin > :hat about najont) of them receive som raUajI a "ffjr a| engagement half of then* ate in favour of i*ul ia* train while studying. rmfl dm mt; the past lew wreek drrultms mina science. There are 18 d>About 200 of the ghla at Bedto their Principal—dark, pan nenta ,rf learning in th* Collord are *ao resonance." OptnJoi tved Hfiss Nmah Pension, leg* and subjects ranguut from *.ine-i M u> whether or D a doctor of philosophy of Oxford. Middle Dutch to Fonrt-n Stratihelped them In their iHldsll H .11 our stuRniphy appear in the syllabus jbnut thencareers, though I supnui luughly half of those pra Ipusasd tbejaeglvai arltt pQH most of them hope fur marmei. actlvttlea. about Hal ria#ie In Ihe end." Of the Art* students, 36 peg portion a* In mean" college*. thc> I.... 'MII: Ahead cent M ** become leaches s, the thought; the rest had U. of g.t %  partlt'tpetion In coUofdati I K'tod aensa ol .sivle 1 % %  .... rever*. i MI \ \ >ih'.irian lor so OIAIU vea.-s Per i.jvc 'i.vuii* ivw UM! w ha I THE BACKSLIDERS ^ MORE iiumplrd uiciiiuor of Uie Oovfl :F ,iurup:.d ii Ul R H %  .•••."-%*.*-*-*a%a"a'.''. c -.--" -%*B B r ... tad hert ii the newt ol ftOWcfl S tashions 4 NATIONS PUT THE Hi DRESSES ON SHOW A Big Four fashion itsM at %  > >IBUM the Savoy lo-dg) *.. i wlK %  %  1 aluue suits nun i UMM -!'-:uglK HIIBaf Htl.I || auotner Mf :.i;:iic* appears in need >i spoHK.nff and onwMiut i %  %  % %  i er whiu 41 lie %  ag pgB .i-da> in wool. luUwn. \m(r 11 i. .i '.. ::.* %  . :i. Hhow ulira-nne ligiiiaeigm so i •nui:. iftgr. a OlacK larasv o|ou iloetalfsr n %  •oat. pill K>x red iiiT and %  ) iiierhuad \% rad enuMO'ere.i <. v>\i* >nsev was uani IOJ a sari even.ii/ % %  ] edged with mr S o Beadi Siw I immi ti a ana wh*:* flr.e worvert ma N nOM \L ji saggj j u-1.1... M : huu viacouni u I \ \MH K ut -neuiain* % %  "neJTben i;a t Duncan -%MV. M.n^ei ol tiuup.y ip I) ii um ins nail* i a nav\ mm* D:n-&-r,pe suit and ,.:., %  ., to the ol blacK and white • • and uia.-a COM %  run" ironi-oencnei ,. *i*a.-.-. a oowiin.uuiK Bowlai tevoter • War Mm.t AniOQV ii MI ii. an rareT)i w uaried roil no i>vt leii making an m underncarh arna 1 while *. iUi Will.-i. .'.oreel (lav • asr'nallns s lens cocfctai. dreas. wornwiui a K 1 .ttae fleere bolero : turned with - "P, p jL „ %  aauslly tsw.ored nav % %  Tiflde m a fasr'nallns (totd woo %  * k Bla.it Mr Pr-r; %  aast p i daaaiiiig white marks to .Ml Ml Mr emptv The careers they are asrtous fWu-e was murlj higher P"** about vary I talked to sU wo"•*•! %  " P 1 *^', 1 1 l*,**-' 1 ***^ 1 .wen student*-the word "alrl" Is work though_ thU tovatvgg fW frowned upon-round a table One *•' *i* n. stud-nt. Naiu-y Drew, from s*-leiiiu40, anlikely lo oaru mon Wantage, llerkn. wanted lo be a than, for uiaUuiee, toaihers. "But geologist with tho Colonial Dethe salary they can aapeut does buck of their mind* Marriage velopmenl Corporation; a girl from not very often determino then the Isle of Man, Anne QuUliam, choiee," said the Healdent Tutor. ..... to teach at the Institute Mrs Wilemait. an MA. ol Qsfoid tT.nrv Hlue kluekuup-' They thought Ihe ngurc would bs In 0 i^ eight or ten per eent It II .iidKult t.i know. beeauM 1 if they'lli.-ally like thai yOU wouldn't ev. *et' them, thev'd alwitys !-• work Enm" My vurdiet Mit at the |Ul ..t Be.ifo,d rasjard th. n unlww-ity course as young man regard '"Ml-.n ni' % %  .II.I i Ni-.ii in n Poreea--aomethini: lo give Ihel oaekgiound. nUtua. subatanr<' I'liilnSCtOi U. ht them later foi an •ther eaieer Th-' '""'r at UnWOH1U iMl'VKK.III I sisvan —L.E.H. Honours To The Women Bcarrley Hbaxlrr %  the godi truthfulness of lifM. . cheered Neville Chamber%  hin he came back from h, and a few days later %  ai'"i lun. for having gon< But his reputation will %  the alander tnotvjsrs. a hoping thai, sonu' of thaw*' Mrs. Chamberlain will me to tell the full story o' : ..opened on Uie tught that M.-i*U-i-
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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, July 06, 1952
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0 ESTABUSHED 1895
SUNDAY. II IV , 1952

AGREEMENT AT PEACE TALKS LIKELY
Meeting Held In
Businesslike Way
TOKYO. Julv &
Poi|in ssvtivened U folks on
Sunday with the word thai final agreement
both sides negotiated tram-M faith and to the
agreed principles The negotiators met in a'closed
at Panmuniom for 70 minutes on Saturdaythe longest
session in recent times and it is said that the meeiin
off in "., businesslike lashion,
Huth sides were committed to secrecy on the proceed-
ings until it seemed as if thev could find a wav to break up
the deadlock ow wfastbst pi Isonon should have ti*
of beine tent back to then hosnss
- A JN-ipitit mUo votes of Red
r% i m fa Chin.i Mid in ODg "' Kl DMH
hi tec I ^1 w ptMUler Idr American delegnli".
Upon, LA'SfCtt
M.H M .HUM
Elections'
PL'S AN. Korea. July 5.
President Syngmon Rbee, vic-
tor in .i six-weeks' battle with
llM KsrSSfl National
today premised a "legal and
open" presidential election. Ilul
there were no promtti'
data In the line to oppose the
.iging thief executive and it
ippenred certain he would Ik- re-
elected.
Khee who won Ins nght for a
popular election of the president
yesterday said he did not want to
be a candidate for re-election but
said he would serve again if
called by "the w.H of the people.'
The 77-year-o'd president led
the door open tor what political
observers considered would be an
inevitable draft. Then'
immediate government announce-
ment of the date for balloting bul
a new president must be inaugur-
ated on August 14.
Rhee succeeded in coming out
on top of ihc bitter poUtkal
battle when the National Assem-
bly Anally passed four amend-
merit* to Korea's constitution giv-
ing the President all tne major
concessions he had been Aghling
for.
IMV
i towards i
Korea
Hopes for peace in April wen
destroyed when tho 'alks had
been Jeopardized by tDS A-nec-
can unflatsi detslntns
100.000 Korean and Chinese war
irisoners In violation of the
principle that all prisoner
he sent back to lead peaccfil
lives
Now that the talks have gone
iii'.d ext i-.
is no reason why the final agree-
ment could not OS i"eached if
both sides carry tin- prUtClpte* I
good faith. I'.r.
B.G. Expects
Big Rice Crop
British Guian i expects a bumpci
nee crop This autumn. Mr. Jassu
Ramauth, rice miller and propri-
etor of F-wquibo. told the Advo-
cate sesterday,
Mr. Ramnulh arrived hsrs Istl
weak tu it w.i a., I i
fortnight's holiday and is staying
lit the Hotel Hoyal.
Oik And Fats
Talks Slarl
i
Next Tuesday
lh Oils and Fati
i nee will Hastings,
i Ding at 10,
o'clock mi" n iiishlp of
Professor t I Bi Economic
r for De-
velopment
i| is ll.e lift ol
who are altimdinn:
Darbsdofc4tr. E, s. s. Bur-
lul> 5 rov i
Mi. II F
\ikins. Adviseis: British Gulsna
WO -Hi Ml M || .
,nei l m .:( M -(..'. .i Dele-
TZ coe, U1 Mi ' C
shift on May 27 in protest ag. . M| A (1 ,. ,, ,.,or;An_
the plur.i:- iaHon. V. C. Bird. D
of 1.680 workers. s, KlM, Mi C H '
Operators or the two mini >'<''' Trlnld*
claimed that the sulphur dep- ''< '
is runmnj! out Miners ende.l Ihe eau. Advise
trUU Vtei union ofllcials and tlvcs of commercial intci.
operators agreed to seek a hellle-i** Advis-i Ion. W, K.
ment During the strike opera- .Jullen. Deleyjte; St. Lucta Hon
tors permitted food and wntci to'C. S V. LoCorln-
i.- -rert mlnvn at tOOlsfr. Garnet Gordonj B.E.. Advi*
200 Striker*
Leave Mine*.
ANCONA. Itiily.
Two t
above the ground after
si (down strike
phur mines near here.
THE NEW SECONDARY HCHOtit. AT RICHMOND
RUSSIA REMWS ABSURD
PROPAGANDA CHARGES
PANMyNJOM Km,.. Ji
KUS IA in a roui ui
: n ..rid \i\s\i lo ii
"I'UWiea pi
The Fantastic Cnrpjiui isl charge mode Ihi
lie broadcast erne as trie United
Red Lffuce negotiators met in another lecrel
t basalt oattrtbutad act
eomplotstround ths world swing from Frank-
Oscar \\ ins
Colon)
Handicap
Manrcfc Crowned \flcr "A inning
Women's Singles Finals
1U IH win UAK1
''.' / V\
tcrnoond
'' er. The;
t Hst
;>ti akdov it i unsj irW who
a oman's TossbJb,
Yes, Little Mi beat the ml htj M Bi ugh in siraiht
no Lonsjlan to
win U tempt. Yet ant even
hei the youi

.' 'i in's Champion
Connolly
,.. ... if ., ._. n
Modern
Jacob
POl i 01 SPAIN Jub
B
ly, rar
r re Bumm i k
BI BI i\

In future

. i ( bat
i ! few i and :-

.niiiiediate re
i
here, The eom
lid it was "be*
WashliiKUm thai Mi it.on
ii t>-'t new t]
atomtr weantMi.. in Auti alia.
ol Bad pi
He said that they are hoping
to Ret about 20 to 25 bags of rice
, thai crop as compure-i
with 18 to 20 bags for the sam"
period last yo.r. This will be due
mainly lo the rams immediately
foliowiim the six month
which they had during The ruth't
poor spring crop which ylelde '
an average of about ton
ti.i ,"i
neteia levl.
-II'
Mossadegh
Resigns
|r; -i V nicer. IHon.
|
i i Hen
1

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'Luck, Adt
Welfare I Mr. i> a
....
1
iy was lirst printed In

of a dispatch fron iha uttti ..ii
Russian new i suai
Prankfurl Th Frmrfltfuvl f- )
- then ware "reports"
ilnclim which cnrrieii
upportfd allegations.
Danish Cabinet
Can't Decide
l ii'KNMA<;EN. July 5 I


whether to hood the United
TEHERAN, /Ufa
Preit.iei M -I.
degh handed in Ins rOstSUBUon
personally to the Shah ut ROa on
but toe ham.,' PBTtl -
al session
and it w.i* widely believe! thai
to lid be re-elected
Prattler.
-year-old politician who
fmiRht Ittiiain to the deiirilock
over

Shahs paliice to submit his resig- '' '
nation. Majlis wa
Speaking Of conditions generally I special session the same hour. i
in British Gm-na Mr It .muil. vote expecu-d on Saturday will Cotnn
saidit".!f there was great improve-I probably f.,v,.ir Mosaadegh's
ment fur the bist live years, parti-.leiitlon in Offlo
where a number of modern build-broadcast on Saturday that he
ings had been erected by various, would welcome re-OppOll
merchants. V.T.
meet-
lla continued '-
day in a MM Knur and tan niin-
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ham K Hamsun, eliief United
N
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t that the BlUej asked ( |
auig block
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lence o( the!
Fishing lUttrt
Sit ivy/
THE riBMlNa BOAT M ifi
"DsiioiMillr' was raacaed by
thS ItllKHIII'T "R'-> lino M"
yssterdsy at sbgnl .10 |. m
Bk'ppvi Novillo M
NMM fisd left poii e,iiii>'i In
tas afternona bonnil far Ht
LOOta, hnt sighted Hi.
sat In dlflli'iilty with boon
l>ioken and ssil* torn about
8 nules olt NorUi Point Light
He ImmediaUly srsnt
1 it- help and brought it
Oak last nlfltit
The crew of MM I
nost, winch || owned by
Gladstone Kirton of M
dales Road, won Vi
Lewis, Wllnnir ttnal
Hylve.ter Broomes.
As soon si Uspt. HrLsw
Mir liiirl Kivrn |ht ll I
'ion tu tho Harbour P<>;
laft sgsln for Kt 1
H\N(.IM)N
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1 and llkelj to be
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lesoT) had bi an sehlovod
Of ihots


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In the
furlong* eslab-
1 Britain to the deudlo.-K 1 1 no appareni > '- ".,
tin Question of tin poal states i I Hill's i .an n.tti! -,
ids went to thsldeliyeo of Danish buiii tankers ; :"",n.. ^no. !. .'x':._ I .
On VIh'.hou s \ isll
* 11.00
, Among absentees .
Ister enk Eriksen who ....
ichcduled to
4Mystery Target' Was
Red Training School
SEOUL, Korea July 5.
AN IMPORTANT Communist nfllcer trainina school
mav the Yalu River was the "mystery target" in the uiant
4th of July American air raid, it wa in-dav.
Far Fast an I rev lied simultaneously that a number
of Red M.I C. 18 jet flghU imailed in the
second bigest air hattle of the Korean War had been
>1 upward from 19 to 21.
Sabre pilots tfot their biggest number of. Red planes
on December 13, 1051. when they destroyed thirteen MIG's
probablv destroyed two more and damaged another. A
studv of a un camera film showed
bat; of Red planes in the war were twelve del lltti
down two probablv downed and seven damaged.
The North Korean officer
Trinidad Will Scad
Hire To Jamaica
moll;
Ministers parlic-l- ~
ilis; I nree .V''re't hi
waa Prlnu* Mil- r" 'r-
Vw Draft Note
i p.
22 Reds Jailed For
Plotting Breach
. i
.ii u new
officer
school which was about to grad-
uate l.*00 Kcd cadet,
lieved tO have been nerlouslr
damaged in a powerful United
States Ar Foree fighter bomber
assault.
But pilots return in1:
raids :>aid that smoke
a large headquarters
ii lNL> il
p >lrs '
lh -I,.
I d in Parts
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BARCELONA. July '
Twenty-two persons the
prison for lei n
from six inunths to foil' to Uh
trying to organize n oral
Communist Party during Barrel- we
March, 1901. i mi
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boon leii
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Gregorio Lope*/ Ran


The State siked
ti r.-i
t'.r.
I IV
SbopB Pritliv-I
Haisrd Halo lav
Paraclmlisl SMs
Hem Jump Record
HOMBAY. Jul;
a |
market
!inse* remained
closed yesterday in protSSI
GRAND PRAIRIE. Texas. UBUin:;t proposad increase in the
July S c,-verpment stiles tax. Ti
An Army paratrooper who
UlS new SrorUtl record ol ,.. for consumer
__.. 'i jumps m a single day. B(WiHt
TrtDidsd Oovi gi The propose*] levy is to be
.._ Mtive sources aay it has
barracks agreed to send a coup Boated to bis consumer goods handled i tin
I remain
,.,,.-. te riee shortage in 1 -
i p i r
after the bo*nb ng attack mad, .
impossible to determine whether Ing Jams*
the c h
dsstssgrad
Air r Hoadquartars in Tht? ries to be tuboti U
Tokyo -i:d intelligence reportu ja;
disclosed that 1.500
'uled to be gra
itpted /rnm the School later ihis ,,,,
month Toe -rhool was Seated ri(iw. ;iM, r h..,>i: ,.,,...
'vJU;1 ,h^Lbr ?h^ hrr rUr ,,ocks
Lonli-vii-1 Of Kn'e.i near m^ .
,Suiho power plant installations _^^__^___
bombed la*- week.
Ninety rive American Sabre
lets were thrown up .t.
Communist MIG'.s in a masslvi.
air battle which exploded into
eleven separata dogfight* !te-i
planes came tu
Manchnrian hon
the tighter bomber ass
school


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drinks to
twins h i
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Kt i olumnli i Hedd i \\n\
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'torch' Passes
I hrough Sweden
Independence l)i>y
Deathfl Tola! 17.1
stejhi | ...

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STOCKHOLM
New U.S. Superliner
Hart's To Europe Al
Record Breaking Speed
-i*:a. Jul) :.
I Mite.I 9| .i i ; to Kurope at a
bi I Um i the
new q marine, m:i
nautr< it
I knots.
easingly excited
ilashlnsallTrai Atlantic
India Make 349 For 2 Al Trent bridge
t &. Vnr.N IVaining
Japanese Officers
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BARBADOS NOT
REPRESENTED
AT HEALTH TALKS

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F-ngli* cricket
Ifaaa any other
J4S for the loss of
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The Fifth Air Force announced ment
meanwhile that for the first tin
aireran D
i-ek of strikes i
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plsne.i.r. W., win look on for Barbidos. was u*
do has res


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Beoreboard
m Derbyshire vs. Lancastn
He a|. Derbv 217. I encash ire
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Foreign Priests
Visiting France

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BUCKAIUBT, July ^
'
rSrfUl Communist lead-
her pnsB
r. A Govern-
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SUNDAY ADVtRATF.
st M\V. JILV 6. 1932
No aprnliH" No pep. The
rich, blood building proper
ties of VIAil I'HOs Mil
.r.-More lost enrrm and will
11-|> you lit'
YEAST-PHOS
GFNfBAL TONIC
'lop Getting Up
"'"in 7
hing. Burning and Smarting i
c'z e
Stopped In
to Minutes
A New OIko try
Kiif'
'< 1 *!-
'-.....'- '" - i- '!' I;'.* "
It (*!
and rouli aitd
m'.'.i. I'
"< ttr'btth.
Weeks Fait
I'tlidi.. kMritloi i\d hnuti tiirtin !>
11 j-.r. Yr -
I N,<*tf*i. II Moppr-1 11* Ill
- i >uld *o at* i.:in (l-nrmi Ui
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SVTIHMliflHI QwifMl'ttd
H ik.r. mi -.in ... ,<, .omkiVT- nu<
I '* n..--- rai ciaawi.
'tod.. Lo.. |M .twniii".

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Hit- r.fiv.

JAc ca1 CoUatlwn in Quality WaichstA
j\\i:n \ muss shop
(Next Door to Sinter's
Jusl received large shipment of
COTTON FROCKS
Hi'; DbtI mi nil NjrlM UBill mil
. I O II I
TONITF .3* aid Cont.milni Daily < A Ml p.m.
- Ulltl S AftlOl "
Mln Joan Vivian 1 h Da Kara
WILLIAMS WANS I1LA1NF SISTFItS
1 -Minnr*
III II IIK.I ISI I
\mrrlr>H Simlnc Srnall..n
P1AL4 THE4IRU
in *n iim
la
*< Dill KKtS
... Danp*
mi>a
All "
T*l KINi
IIM OK I
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HI I -. IT \ AWAI
HAKHAtM I'
ftHii A T*m*iia
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
Palrk" WYV'iir
TOMORROW IS
ANOTHER DAY
ONLY THE VALIANT
l*K'K
Ills | IN
ll>inl MM!
Lest r aae. rnoii
in i '" i""

dodge ciry
Ann *fl
OLYMPIC
TODAY Tsimoinimvi ii .
IIM CI-AKK B
linn urum i
mi NKM
r m Kri> fii -.(..in
rssmtim r
pail
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Mrrcrar. VlK'AMMllIWiF.
PHOFESSn,, I Q ItEASLIY.
I 'i.lr AclviMr lo the
. ii,*nt and
'
Jamaica where he spent We laji
ifJu as Chairman of Ihr

\.
Govemaneni of J
| 'il tnr-,1
and im k parUcularlj
ItN to .'
On Holiday
Mda OAIjI and
.
i II H I A,
Bat liiu weeks' hoVdJB!
they arc spending as | .
Ctcrubank Hold
HaH Mr (Jnli- I* ,i stenographr:
i rriplnvc-i With Ihl We-t Indi:.
i ompany while Mlfs
- mi accountant of the
\ Nrw | c ompany.
Also holidaying here staying n'
Ct.crahank Hotel Ml H. Ot-
l"n. Frt*i|ht Solicit or
inn>, LM. I'mi-ci'-Spain. He
nriycil on Wrdnr-'day nlhl by
B.W.I A and i-xpfTi* .(> remain
until next Saturday
#c4ir5 Qcdlinq
B.C. Merchant
real
ARHIVINCi riurina
by B.W.I.A iron
CJulann for iw w-k' hollrtr i
was Mr. C- t> Abrmu, mcrchar,'
--I (Ifitj...... n
ponied by hi riauilhtcr Thrlnr.,
who luis juot fini'n>d achaej it
81. Noaea llranllnc ConAnt Thu
rr MtAylnr at the Kottl ROfBl
Cueal Speaker Toni|ht
"Star Buds" Bloom
At The Drill Hall
THrT THIRD Annual Benefit Show & Dance presented
fev Madime E lfill and the Star Bud School of Dancinc.
which took place at the Drill Hall on Fiulay nlghl turned
' I i be a ucceM at a result of suitained rTort. The
waa under the patronage of Sir George & I.adv Seel
and In aid of the Christ Church and St. John's Babv Wel-
fare League.
After the- Overture by the fMice Even m 'he chorus line of other
Band under Capl. Ralaon. the cur. number* whlcti included "Come
tarn (MM up on a group of Cotlon OBa My Houee\ 'Blue Denube'
i abM jmonn which -a and Count every Stir*, *
Cla.Ttr. Lfttfla uhnse airllsh1 evrelied.
humour added apicc to the sketch
In thu numlx'r .. lino r.f chorine* There were also two Saw Solos.
-xluced dancing a ver> Mother McCrae' and The Bells
attractive routine to the tune of "i St. Mr.ryV by Mr. Ben Gibaon.
'Come on m* House.' As uaual these were well rendeiwl.
The Ki Walt7- in which Cedrtc
Ccmedy wa also provided in a Phillips and Joyce Cla'ke were
?tree! scene with Anna Wad, "1*ctaltie. was rffo! efleciive.
W.B M (Wash Board Manipula- Austin Ward abd Jnyce Ramd.n
or| and Sallv Hick-.. I.O.S (I^ad- helped very much in making this
Or vt a*.>v tk. ,,.,
mother nnd dnoN*iter v
Bart and Angela. This "'
\liemely well dObe. '
i rad ba
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Married At Cathedra
Old Combermerian
RETURNING la Barbados Bfl
Thur.tday night by II W 1 A
fm
JULY 241 h. and 25th
these dates The Barban
Thk Rtvtteno cm i
woo.1, ii i... Reel.....i Bi
PhlUp'a Chuvata, PhUaoMphla,
hi- gueat [iii-.i. in'i kl s:

I lock.
Father HMaWM I
dial and i.- ippndlng
|h leimives
ON Thursday, July 3rd al 1
i' m at St. Michael
drnl. Mr A'.wyn Simmons Howel
younger son of Dr. Timnth
How.* I of 'Mutne', St. IM
atattimtale- HaTuiM* SSTlStSi ^'"Hl"MVt, WB^'8r."Yaa Ca> b7 Oscar wu'de,- -the ajrree
brldV Miss Kav Au-d^, !V ,nn * Mr and M" AH'rtl '-"portance of being Earnest', si effort
Auafln of "HrvsmL. U ^omP.,ed by I J newcomers wfJI be aceii
smar Upper t.nndren. in mu production Audrey afae-
"ie tlnv tot* nlw did tneir
hough they were not really
very tiny. In this section, llUle
V..lei ie COla was very graceful
ncl showed I keen sense of timing.
trke ",'r performance in the 'Parasol
Bkin lo the popular Slaughu
One of the highlights of the
nln aru Blues In fi. Nighf
lutana Her an nl>- Players preaent that
Dates To Be Remembered
ULY Mb. a,Kl 2lh. On Tenth'"Avemle'cedrle",^^^" W-**. ThT "'eJ;L*? T"J
as- 22? sL*i BSirs 'a sSSTk. ssi!j? SWt Si
green was s typical, stiff toy sol-
dier in The Dance of the Toy
Triplets
CONORATULATIONS t. Mr.
:in,| V Woo.1 on
DM birth at tripleti three
I Mr*
N ling Home.
Mrs WihxI was Ihe formei bUh
Doeatn Edwards d.mghter of Mr*.
M Edwnrds and llW late Mr. Rov
!: >l i* l II i
ro-iiAY ill a a so
and t'ontlniilni! Oallv
Sensational!
PAUL MUNI
1/ eW
W InOM A CHAIN CAMG"
.- a-ni"> wsasssa MM.
aunii innn-fnix nawt-hmtw oia
am i- iDiiti i sunn Mintr. i[ ip*
KXTRA:
Ibarl BANM TaXL rut. iimk
And I 4lrsl I'lirimiiiint Hrlll-I.
4aAII I 1 \
' SEA HOUND
nii^fi ( iiaiii'i
Tt'aa. a wab" " i I (
JOHNNY ALLEGRO
Collymore Rock, and WotnaatYa'
Editor of the Advaealr
The double ring lertmon*
which was fully choral with Mi.
Oatald Hudson, A.R.C.M. at the
organ, was performed by the Verv
Reverend Dean Haslewood as*
slsted by Rev. S. A. Jv Colemai.
The bride who was given in
'liarnuge by her father, wore an
ovattaawl Of blonde luce ;ind full
skirt of nylon lull.- with long
dose fitting lace sleeves and yoke
with mandarin neckline. Her
headdress was a tiara of seel
pearls and silver beads arUj I
Anger tip veil of illusion tulle,
while her train was of lone flow-
ing nylon tulle She iron nylon
mesh slippers The trou-
the gift of the brides cousin. Mr-,
if USA She carried
i f Mtehaeln
. i ,
She was attended by Mrs
Gladys Coppln, sister of Ihc
groom, .is Matron of Honou
vlth the Mlsse. Witn
md Loma Chase irtdesmald.v Th,. Matron al llnn-
iur wore u skirt of team
with strapless matching bodic i
if satin, bouffant skirt alfllla
englh. with n stole of nv'on and
iiiver aieejaoflaa. she carried
ll 'i ipad touqurl of pink radl-
ince roses and forget-me-not-
henddrcss was of te-i-
ose veiling and flowers. nit,i thi
wore matching mlUana.
The l.ridesmairt> wore cins-i
f identical cut in Ice-blue, wll
latching headdresses and n<
essories and carried boU-anapt
bettquefa of Caracas daisies.
The duties of bestmn
or the
Keys-
Aii old Conn (
d in (ieorgcto-
Irityri'. I'.un Chaytor, Margut
l>ewhurst. Ell Ice Collymore and
.... ^sSecre- Alfred Pragnell.
tary-Treasurer of the B.C. ICIa- The Caste will al:
nlon of Seventh Day Adventusi Anthony Haynes who makes .
He Is here for a couple of months welcome return to ihe local stag.*,
*mch ho is spending e/Mh in- pa- Michuel Tlmpaon. William Ber-
latives at Passage Road and CarM taUn. Oreti, Bancroft and Prank
Hill. St. Lucy. Colrymore.
B "DESPERADOES
brilliant *ure everyone who saw It Will
gree that it was well worth the
The children's rent attempt ut
, Bullet in 'Roses of Pleardr'.
rV i t'"njph l>.v no ">e*ne perfect, so
T?.^!' *<*** 'hh enough practice, they
< Inrrie Layne and U.rna ,hould ^ ,,,, npnr , y^i^,,,,,,
liinlss, dressed as black and white nc veor> Hcre valer|P Cole
kittens, even with masks tap- ,,! o(d hor ^^
include *inced on two steps made to
mbl< siv keys of the piano. After almost two hours of reosv
Thls was ao well received by ihe onably good entertainment from
audience that there were requests these blooming Star Buds, there
for an encore was dancing. Madame Mil and nil
those who helped to mnke the
Thelm.i Arthur, who definitely show such a great success must bo
>' i*l out ihe whole -.how, has the congratulated and 1 am sure her
iiKikings of a ver.\ tine itarm-i. Her effort was well appreciated by the
aolO performance in the 'Rose In huge audience 'linn ittei I
the Bud' Ballet was outstanding, function.
After Six Months
Vf'W- ESME ,,B8T *"
W! been si
B.Sc. In Agriculture
u f^ONCHATULATIONS
p. V-J HarHiiton deUsle K
had
spending six month*' OONOHATULATIONS to M:.
holiday staying with her hus- V^ Hamilton deLlsle King who
band's parents at Station Hill, haa lust obtained his Batchetor
returned to Trinidad on Wednet- of Science degree In Agrlcultui"
ai.mtyn iiohui
day by the S.S OlemMe. Bh
was accompanied by her daughb i
Bunny.
Off To Brazil
MR. AND MRS. C. M. HOWE
of Navy Gardens left ihe
island yesterday for to Braill.
Tho Howes are taking the
voyage In the Interest of Mi.
Howe's health and will be back
in six weeks.
To Raaide In U.S.A.
rith First Class Honours at MBc-
Tourlng Europe
From British Guiana
AMONG Ihe
lug on Moi
. f I
MR AND MRS. P. A. POM-
MAKES, formerly of Franc-.
but have tteen rcMding in Bar-
bados for the past eight months
at Blue Waters Terrace, left on
led by Mr. Cliffo: 1 Thursita> morning by TC.A. foi
MR ~,d
arrived
Zepbtrtn, while those of usher
fell to Mi O S Coppin. Mr. !>--
Austin. Mr. John Evrlvn and Mi.
Frank Clarke.
The reception was held .it
BrysnAr', Collymore Rwk, Ih*
home of the bride's parents and
the honeymoon Is being spent e|
'Kaiteur'. Bathsheba. The bride":
going-awav dress was lime gree ,
gnrberdlne wllh hotll,. gr
Student In New York
MR ERNEST BARROW who I
employed < ana Now v
Hospital and is a .student al the
College of the City of New Y
taking clinical payrholog-. ai
social organisation. gfflVod hoi
recently by B.W.I.A. Via i
Rim for month's holiday and i-
staying with hi. relatives in Bel-
mont Road.
Ernest who I
Ign, left here two years ago lo
MB his father. M
Barrow of New Ynrl
Bermuda and Montreal
lo Europe. They were accompan-
ied by their two sons Jean Loui-
and Guy.
Mr pomntahM who .- i IVavi
ling Agent aald that he expects
to be away for about four month*
on business couplet! with pl Ura. On bjg return to Barbados
lie will make stops nt America and
Puerto Rico.
ad Mrs. Pommares have
lived In Venezuela and Mexlc
but they found that the cllmaf
of Barbados suited them bette'
especially the children whrrn
he.ilth had Improved ii"
ince the I
Back From St. Vincent
RETURNING b> Ihg Lady Ni i
son on Friday morning fr i
. Ivan Coleman
the Island from
British Guiana by Ihe S.S. Ladn
.Vclsoii on Friday morning to
Mienil a month's holuhiv They
are staying with Mr. and Mrs.
P. A. Vanterpool at "OMniOJ .
Kensington New Road
Mr Coleman is a Civil Servant
uttached to the Ptiblic Hospital in
I'.rorg 'own This Is his first visit
b] Ihe island
Mrs. Coleman, whose mother is
I Barbadian, visited the island in
HUB for the first time.
pasnengers Umv-
iday by B.W.I.A.
for Puerto Rico en route to the
US.A. to reside with reJattvee.
was Mr. Edrington Maynard bi
Glenburnie, St. John.
At the airport to wish him bow
rot/ape and good luck were many
of his relatives and friends
Peasant Proprietor
HE LISLE KING
LEAVING last week by the R S.
Fort Townehend for the' risonlan,
Donald College. Canadu.
DeLlsle who is an old Har-
Ihe elder son of M-.
U.S.A. was Mr. Albert E. Porde and Mrs Hamilton C King of
,i peasant proprietor of White Wnvell Avenue. Black Rock. He
Hall. St Michael He has gone | Is now Uklng his Master of
over for six months' holiday. t Science degree.
St. Vincent,
i old Harrison- James-L-mrency n
Street who had
|fj
IE Milk WOS I'OIO
Aanoun t, Their
19*52 V\M\I
HALL
MARINE HOTEL
SMI UllAY. UC-rST KITH. I.M
KKKI- THIS DATE OPKN
lurllier I'arllrulan l.ler
THE BARBADOS PLAYERS
I'UKSKNT
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
B] OSCAR WII ni-
AT EMPIRE THEATRE
ON
JI'I.Y 21 and 25 al H.3II p.m.
MATINFI-; MTII al Ut pm
PRICES OF ADMISSION :
MlillT: II.H: BUM) $1,110 and M*.
MATINEI- Sinn mid 811c.
ALL aVSD
husk by nu police oacqssnu
WK.-.HC......|...........
Welllnat ,
'Mill lhr.>.-
Ernel !>. weeks' holiday as the |W
Mi s.mipson of Klngnlnwn. Slie
wan iircoropanled by her grand-
sou. Michael James.
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BOMB nf th enssts who anengei the recaption given by the American Consul and Mr*. Philip
r.rnt at th-Mr ic-ldence. "Vici". Bt. Lawrence Osp, on Irlday evening The function was held on the
occasion or Indepaiideiire Day which was celebrated by American-, in the U.S.A. and throughout the
world
l.-tt to right are: Mrs Vlrki Jspp. Mrs Henry O Ramsey. Ltidy Dangan. Mr Philip Ernst and
Mrs H L N. Aacoagh. _
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HATS WIDE BRIM WHITE and COLOURS
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SINDAV. JULY S, 1152
-1 MiW ADVOCATP
PAC TIIBf.r.
AT THE CINEMA
Salute To The Waves
B.B.C. Radio
Notes
Bishop of Kingston
On T\w Air
Rl. Rev. P. W. Gibson
FARM AND GARDEN
II. U.IUIIIIV
IlKAI TH. especially il il Is bad health, whether in
man. I he a depressing Mb
Ihe bustle ol daily life, then close niter-dependence is
o(t*n regarded loo casually. II the. tanner is sick or
nMlevllul. hu crop* and livestock suffer conversely if
plan's or animals ale sick or neKleeted. the farmer s pockel
. and both his end the Wi Ml Mod supplies may be
threatened.
H> .. IK
IN A BRIGHTLY MOUNTED Techmcolour musical,
producer Joe Pasternak's SKIRTS AHOY I now playing
at the Globe, is bright, breezy and refreshing light enter-
tainment and a fine show case for the aquatic talents and
allround charms of Esther Williams While there is plenty in ihe Trn-Minuir Talk which
of fun poked at the rigours of life in a Wave training bestns the Wednafdav .
camp, the film concentrates on the romances of three v"*r*tSP { "J* B B-tv* "CaUtai
glamorous trainees Esther Williams, who leaves her jf^"' SS^^ST m m''
fiance standing a. the altar Joan Evans, who is herself p w Gibson. Bishop of k.
left standing and Vivian Blaine. who never seems to catch Jamaica, speaking about Um '
up with her bov friend long enoueh to get her hands on Society tor ihe Propagation of the K.V_ot_ *""*_?*._ -__
him. The three of them mSet at Camp and promptly set Kg* &T^h^e^rT'of **8S^JE$l & the
about solving their man trouble*. the beginning of it* mission, and draad Foot-..ivl-ni*rh disease or
Miss WlUiams aquatic leal* ar, ad to I can't teil you anything as part of ther celebration* Cgftts snd thai tselghl" "" n.llUUl t.VKlns
of course, .munpi the highiignis about them. However, next week members of the church oversow! States, bar normal market, refuses t \l LIKLOWLK. PARSLEY.
of the Ulm, and i (nua* say that you will have iorw inlorrruilion were bidden to come to Britain her bCvf What happSnaT New musi !>- few vegetable
her (race and skill leave nothing on tht picture* showing at these in ordtr to give the people there Zealand. ".licit mi* .'"Ml!!*! ?*^r,_.*h...n*_Vt' .".?! ^'t**? lo
be oeeireo, parUcularly In an theatres.
Trade and the normal aesmnfSl
.f commodities may be dislocated
. like proportion A good exam-
of this is occurring today
liARDENIM. HINTS
FOR AMATEURS
/,V////AV,V////////AV#y////////////*W// ,
| JUST RECEIVED : new pretty
American and Canadian
f LADIES DRESSES
underwater ballet with the two
txceptlonal Ton gay children.
These youngsters, aged 3 and *
execute the moat amazing* feats,
fiora fancy high diving to inlxi-
underwater gymnastics that
include iwlnjiwm through hoot**,
.limbing ladders and fluyuu
games, it is an unu-ual ***wn
.md )Vu iU be astonished at the
..biUty of these smal. fry! Miss
Wdllama has two oUver aQuaUi:
numbers, one of which was a
dance with an Inflated rubber to/
that 1 found highly diverting;.
From the musical point of view,
ihere Is no lack of bright tune*.
-.at!.Tit with radio and WJ
famous Billy Eckstlr* sing "HoUl
Me Close To You;" Esther Will-
iams and the De Marco Slsicrs '"
What Makes A Wave?" probably
ihe wotteal song ever filmed and
another number with our three
Waves asking the quenUon vocall>
What Good la Girl Without
I Guy"" There's another good
one too with Debbie Reynolds and
Bobby Van singing and dancing;
l revival of the old song "Oh.
By Jingo" with all the test in
the world. There ore slo SM
iirecislon performances of a arm
corps and vocal chorus at the
Great t*kcs Training Camp
where part, of ihe film were
hot
All the members o* the cast
give good performances and I
particularly enjoyed Vivian
Ulalne's blonde jiertness and her
i.ii.linui.sliod effort* not only to
cjlch her own boy friend, but to
see that her two "Shipmates
.juht their'!
Altogether. SKIRTS AHOY' U
jile.isant. light family enterta..i-
nient. and there's no denying tne
f:ict that a uniform does terns-
thing for women Just as it does
for men, and surely the wave uni-
form is the mmt attractive of a-iy
of'the women's forces'

I had not returned from my
holiday wii-m the Alms showing
nt the tw<> Plazas were preview-
and 31 metre
!) 5H megacycle*.
i i III i: WILLIAMS
Change In Basis Of Contributions
To U.C.W.I. Suggested
l-L-.n Our flu. (rr.HnS.nli
PORT-Or-SPAIN. July .
.1 market, refuses
What nappansT New
tug disease
e/b-t had "been attain- does not exist ut present, snd grow tsuillAtre/sn This dcuoou-
ed" so far, and what remained which u. under contiact ith the vegetable ^ s general Bstrouriie,
still to be done. For over a year lliiush Government for meat sup -' d on a* a luxury bj
this task has gone forward and pbes enter* into an .uuvemeol wlUi "'*'> Iwuwwivm
these missionaries, as th#j sB) the UmUsi State W> autautute her >'" b> .(iving a few simple
well be called, who bring to the pioduci. fur CeJiaiuan wlule Um l""-utloiu CKuiHiowrr OSO btj
home Held knowledge of the ^. K ,^ t^^ ^. -m ,ln mu.t ,mc^uliy m ^bs-
.hurch SnoTof ihe peoples abroad ". '.," VIET wuS^uiim Mew "' *"" ***1 ta mor*' Uhl'u-h'
Yorkshne. who is now giving hi* l-"d "' Pai ticuUr' InUje Arst
services to furthering the cause in "** dt*ns is shortejilng be-
lx>ndon iween us ii'i Foot -and -numU tn-
FoUowing this talk Marjurte Few 'erted srssa. The disease u endem-
of Jamaica and William pilgrim of lc m South America,, probably also
British Guiana will conclude their in Central Anie.i.a shut HSflCBBJ
two-purt discussion on f.ilk music >a, very fsssntly, autTcied a long
and how ,.omposersthis week the md pci>uumt outbreak cosUng tho
modern compo>er> have made use Jruted State* vasi SHOW of mi
of these folk tunes or melodies. u coniine the dueasc wltlun s%
The half-hour begins al 7.15 pm nrders of MealcO And now, it hsg
-,d w.ll be brosdeajt I,, the 25 lW.hl,, cssssda, regiortasll; .ar-
batxb. 11.75 and ied on |ftc C|o(hing of a E .ropean
inunlgrant. The dinvoiae .* pTeva-l
Walter Uppmsn, one of tU lent '" EuropeFranc- rhe Low]
nvoat influential of American wri- OstSBsBSi and Oersasny an- lianllj
tors and commenUtorj. on world * *ree from it. (Ireot HnUU,
affairs, is to give a talk in the llHwlf *un>r> ivpealodly from pe-
BBC'S General Overseas Service riodlc outbreaks. The present OBI
on FVlday next. 11th tnst. The >. thought to hav,. iH.-en ce.irie-1 by enough lo pick
broadcast entitled 'Public Opinion mlgia'.ory hfrds fr.l be used in
iind Foreign Policy in the United continental seaboard where the di- rttaDStag the right lime to pick
States'was originally broadcast in scase is in progress They bring the bead*. The cauliflower must
the Third Programme and Mr. ^c infection on their feet and be picked when the head Is closed.
N*w fttattcn SUrting lst Novcmbci.
the cost t,. the nation for control ['
ivt msasures snd to fsrroeni in slock n*
SI May in Oxford and Cambridge JjfH '"^hiding .he work of a life
Universities under the susplces of ''m* '," m*ny c^*e*, ^U",' ^
Sulgrav- Mannr Board, as the sec- sfia*rtng rieurvs. While nieasures
ond of the Sir George Watson lee- "r control on such an elaborate
tures. and at the Royal Inslitue of scale are not pursued in nelgh-
hiternhtlonal Affairs. Chatham oourlng countries, in Britain these
House, laondon. Mr I.ippman, now -ire because of her export trade In
in his early sixties, has hud a du>- pedigree animals. She is. indeed,
tingu.sr.ed career as commentator the world's livestock nursery,
for the New York Herald Tribune. jt WOi gifted above thai this dl- dll
editor, and author vt a number of S(.flsc Is ad\ i to us
t,ooks Jncl.1dl.n,{. * tw..-vluni- (ind aiihough enjo>-mg .. measure
work The United Slates in World ,(f ltllUl,u by reej^n 1)f being
urrounded by watST In the same
iay as Britain, this ttavourablc po
lUon doe not render us immuns
On Sunday next, th July, the from attack. Plane truffle is ln-
Rev. L. Conslantine broadcasts tho creasing, people come and go In
first talk in the BBC's COA. series gresu-i number- miiti'atory birds
ol four talks on 'Communism in visit our shores and tho ehancas
China for nineteen yeses .ltd the ,f introducing diseaw thnmgS^.h;" J-,;;,"^.-" vrar'seeds sluiuki
experiences aa a member of the :roue chnnneb have Increused coBSX,-. JLn ,a Intervals of wveral
Methodist Ulsssbiiary Society ui Mderably ,n modern times. While ',,,,
grejeri
y< r rousjd.
It" 1 me of thr year when this
vegetable comes most SBstt]
lioni Octoln-i 10 June, but Cauli-
tlower win grow t anytime.
Sow the seeds (obtained from
th IWpai I men t of Science aBd i
I ., m a nursery bed, ot
Whin the seedlings are four to
-ix inches tall ti.uisplatu mem Into
the well sd en bed
B] sec thrni two and a half feet
SB Hi
Fwo megs il1,! l! eedliBg
u planted out give them
| \ .' (vege-
table garden mami f*]
Iweekt after this. W
Iplants agsin.
I i uUflOWer are i->w -iwexs.
Iind It will be three to n
(he i-Hullllowei- ,,i. ripe
New rises
Imll of /
Wbai i l>ad start for
rk if you wake
;ng tired and
:it lens, ins lead of being
nrtsk and full of nsre/y
(>no women ho osn
.nprotate the dttlerenie froo>
her own experience. wrJWs to
'BsfOM taking Kruaohen. 1
alwxvs need to srake In the
!^llng very tlre.1. Nrfw
. have lost all that uradsess and
I wake fueling full of ansnty.
Kruaohen baa made m leal years
yeungar. I also suflerwil with
rlixmnatlc pains In my snouMxi*
i.i swellings round my anklss
I am now completely cured of
these pains snd swellings. I take
Ki i.*>..ten Sail- *uf.rly n't
osnnot apwsk i I iirhly <>_'*"
ju young
the II'
jnd
them all srorklng smoothly and
efiVlfntly. The reward of this
Internal cleanlineae Is a freataenxd
anil Invlgorstid body. Polsooous
wate materials are eipelleil and
the pains of rheumatism rsasn.
An.1 aa yon ronltnun wtih Kru-
schen, your wholi. ho.ly responda
V its purifying force.
Krus<*hen Is odlaluatile from ail
gaeulata snd Stores.
Piuuelel. Waffle Pique .
Silk and Smart (nitons *
Priced
SI2.50 $18.00
LADIES
PREHY HATS
Smart Str;i\v-.. Velvets
and Kelts
In all Colour*
$4.32 S7.20
HANDBAGS
\ dm- ..s.urliuvnl (
. \\ Mil l\ I1X(.S
I'nr travel, aCl<-non r
Cocktail
S4.I3 S8.95
Wu SWodern Stress Shoppe
BROAD STREET,

Vorlu Situation The talk k
fliortened version of one r>f the two
lectures which Mr. Mppman
Bui
lit
AfTairt." Hl# talk will be broadcast
on Friday. 11th July, beginning Jt
10 30 pjn
ad h.ia a brown .
look 11 M iwarrtpS' and ha*
lefl in the l>ed Uxt long
.1 i .diliilower is not really I
sat, iind should cerl-lnl.. ,
M i i be oflStad for sale.
lUflower ii sucb . delicious i
v that thsrs should be a c^intiiiuoi^
I the garden at all UgsSS.
If even the fmnily shouUl g *f it lor s time, there is never any ,
11% in selling the heads Ihnt I
......1 Wiinled.
It is a strange thing, bul in b*''!
limn* of one size nave,
licet, iilanted oul al the name time.
lorn lhal each plant d- ,
vek>u alike. So ID the bed there (
will probably be cauliflower in
,g,.-s .,( npenesi. This
ol nag is tn advantage, and
tho ilrst picking longer
To keep up tho supply -toersvtr
China for nineteen yeeri and th
,-hangcs he saw up U> the til
returned to England in th*
of funds] for the construction and --------
maintenance of a new Hospital tumn of MJ-Mr g"li-r"3
The quesUon of changing the ftl Epipe and it Is believed that J^V XSSuuls. Unlvei I
bafts of contribution, to the funds a change of the method o* con- SJ-JSJ &UMSS UolveraUv Ln tbo
lor the University CoUege of the tribution would yield more money 2jS wESZlto ihe Ysngtso
West Indies will be the chief lopk At the eonferervce will be a Kikng Oyuotlle Hangkow. During
Conference to be held in Council of the University's dele- ,he Japanese W;ir the city was
Parsley
pJ( k*) is rich In iron, and so
'liable n* well as ir decora -
hcride:
Fm-t-nnd-moiith m.iy not olway.i
end fatally, animals attacked are
becotne of in- ,,,, (u lhe vegetable gar-
ooddod danger ,.,, ) d u garnish, in sauces
The disease Is ..-h' |n .alads It i more lhan usv-
>v .i virus .md can attach lui i- Idas riuuUBS splendid
all clover, aaJo, There horder o a bed ot olher vegeUbles
_ ore different fitroins but nil terniii> par -y seeds sre very slow to
19S8 to 148 he Infectious. Anything can carry it- ., nn; fttO, ..nd sOmS people sd
Jstsgdea towsrds the end of the
onlh.
Th prssent conttibutions arc
i...d s*-^L*t*!? ^-S!^.S3rK .'^trJ^KJ's&w
I Sunday. 6th llru.. UBJa g'.Wj___
m* > discovered n,w :J.. and wllhcilh I
gal, wild various reprmeuvtt, ..H..,,.re (lh, coloniM and reprwrnlativCT .JS oUler members nlthr ilaR and "U|, of si... *^j!Ll"ffiaHraa
.,1 Ihe Reponal Economic Cm- .^enl body lived > refuree, ctothma". hands sad f,-1 of work- .ome hour, before pUnlina their,.
- i univmdty la ers, vafilcls af all kind ,u, I ..ling Th, weds en be i ' ""
near th, Burma Meydat, and bin* Cold stiiiw- open lod. but Ihey aiei,r
future they be based on the A. R. W. Robertson. Flnsnclal Sec- Rd This flfloen mlnuto talk be- fn n,.l allecl the vltaUty of Ua. suited In ?"?,"* u,hll
"w* .............. .. ^JUl.ll. ~l_..l ^.__ .. ,n nm on SiooitriV lltb um. I 'o f.,,-1......nlu ^^n.h .... seeds. ind'Okl, llltlli I m

evenue *of each contributing rotary will be Trinidad'* official gins at 8 30 p
colony. The University is in need delegates. ______________ Jul> _______
What's Cooking In The Kitchen
.,: snd
prscllcal menus of control; there-
Ot, M l. i-r.cedure
Of sliuighter of cmtuct animals.
I. ,
LIVER
How many people turn up their
iitiM-.. when they hear the word
li\.r"" And they don't realise
that liver is one of the most nour-
hing dishes you can ever find
and tne nicest too If It is rooked
properly.
Liver Cooked in th* Spanish
Woy
for people :
Csirs liver 2 lbs.
Flour
Olive oil or margarine
Salt
Pepper
Whole tomatoes
,\.tsl<\v
Onion rings
Slices of limo.
Calf. Use, To?, 0, per head J^**^
Butter
Salt
Peppe
lime.
the artichokes sre cooked
Whc-i tlie >eetlllngs ate
vehs. high transplant them. I*. the
bad il they are in a seed box. If
- hev are m bed thin them out
n.-infoclMi,. (|uanintint' and rigid I "g ,-, mcheH apart
f.reciiulirms must Ix- pr.ict.sed '" **"'*"* '__________
We hi the West Indies, prwnlly
I -in-..!-!!!.
pepper
Slice -he liver in ihln slices
about inch thick. Pass the slues
in flour on both sides. Put some
butter or margarine in a frying
pan and when melted add the
slices of iivi-i. Cook the slices oo
both sides, season them with salt
and popper, add another piece of
bulter or margarine when resdy.
Squeeze on them some lime Juice
and serve immediately. The
whole cooking and Irving must
not teke more than five minutes.
If you take longer to rook liver
it will become hard.
Turn the Are on ,ingv^ in the building up of im- tnm Wkkb we mlgh' "" '^
.in with sail and woved hecdi rai oot dTord tnessi "i TbJg n->le Is in DO sense imsii.
A* soon It Is cooke,i 5 ivmlm ,. bul rtjco w bo
(It will not take more lhan live promised in the sni.tll<>l d.^ie, i,y '..ew.irned is fons*rmed it D
minutesl take il off the fire. ade. ,,. ,. r.-rtious disease, whiitever elp to aaoe is. toUS g"*1
t th'e*ltul of chipped parsley ,, yi h_, ,| ...gera affecUiii!
>a* -he juice tf half a lime. Stir ,1,1().,uuUl ,,,,,1,, _,,. -eiheek ^ejlth ol our animaU.
it into a dish sadssre.
mediately.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED
FOR LASTING BEAUTY
niloard>fworluhstr
res . ..Klerts Pond's ofler you easi
pUu range of bstsuty ties al prlc"
i^ swst yeur purse.
PaM. Use twe fasnoes Craant*.
\' .ad Pessd'a VaeAahiiif Creani lor
a say kswg, pretectlte, ooiv;reas>
I aWloo- To tone up jour tlasuea.
ilsasVs ISsssTfl ssde.r sgajgsgeaj ftfe
I in iu adoreBkl iUu-
IvIcSollIc T-ll-M.r IrOUl f*C* Wtll'
deli, ate rU
fagrShsde
,i v
it. ..

I'.eid-tb. -
met..,il. Mended <
oaaskca tin- sstarsl rsaioa i
eosgei Kkaj type
And lo add |fc
hp.li> I- in seven ]
Hiii ksM M '
POND'S
Cut the liver in slices about t
inch thick. Pass the slices in flour.
Dip ihem in oil or melted mar-
gsrtno and grill them. As soon ss
'.l\ey sre cooked on one side sea- X",.., ,,,
on them with salt snd popper. J-sif u
took the whole toraatoes, some **"
rSoVS S?JREi fS -"- SB Par^v t^espoonfu.
. ,n rings. Take a dish, put the Juice of half a lime
Onion.
Liver and Artichoke-*
For 6 people
Artichokes 1 lb.
Oil
Ii lb.
.......i ring" In the middle pyramid
shape snd put the slices of liver
iround them adding one tomsto
r each slice and putting it on
Hie top. If you havent got a grill
yon csn cook this tssty dish in a
iving pan or saucepan.
Liver Cooked in the ltslian
PAMK
COHES WITH
H\l\
Peel the artichokes and cook
them in a saucepan with some
olive oil ii like, cook
chipped inlon i the oil befi.re
rooking the arti hokes. Cook tn-'
artichokes doulv. so that they
will not IN oi aid Peel snd
slice the lirST V >e slices and as
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9
ML..
2h
tn constantl> undoi cansiJ-
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\iiu find new Stock ttlsd New
Mi-.i
Viitiitfis
ioxa Polish
Johnson's Polishe>
Rruss Hulls
I-ocks
Castors
Vilrolile Tiiblelops
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PACE FOIR
ALL OVER THE WORLD
SINDAV ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, JULY 6. 152
Good mornings begin .with-Gillette
Th: sons of ihc Iv.ist all agree v>iili the West
That sL;pcr-sharp Blue Gillette Blades ate Ihc best.
And the satisfied Sultan adwses his hrnthcr,
. razor ad hWe that an m.ui- forMcfe oihcr."
you to you wOl find
that Mil ITOORWd BIW Use "liW
A fJillctlc BMM. They kll
money cannot buy a belter shave.
'i ci bet I
last so long. the,'re mom."
j i having
Gillette Blade*
th | wchM in
:. c i at razor anu
* i Bad) other,
*e Gillette Blades
I I tANI LI*.it
EASY MONEY!
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WW f>/ Loco7 Amalvur Itoxing? Lodge by All IllllillgS
RACING NOTES
in m:\ hattu:
H\ n. s. town
Import from Trii
ii Mated that Mr. Cyril Merry, secret.,
rot. 1 .
which claimed thai Trinidad would
' (ii tin Ir.
ti
tour i .' year.
GOING RACING by Radio, or even by means of the Trinidad
Guardian, is. a* many ol us have found in the last couple of weeks,
a disappointing business Unless the horses are Interested in are
Spartan scoied an outright victory over Lodge School doing well, little Is heard of them, and all we can do. Is lo speculate
' ir First Division Cricket match at Lodge valnIy to what'can have happened to them, and await the return
KhooUKT, knockedI up87 after ; previous 72 an* j2?3&. ''.UT. SHE V" """r"-
the Spartan team replied with iJ5 for 7 wickets. The pr saint rnootlng la Trinidad la We have heard
II about the successes, but nothing about thi Fo take an
pic. the ease of Darham Jane. As far as I know, her name
At the College grounds "Boogies" Williams (94) and
(76) helped their team to total 273 for 6
. **!*s**'*m* Co"c wh ^*" s?s*h5^s,vMsiz?x "xr,- r m
nl appeared in reoiinted report from u Jumnc
spaper quoting Mr. R. K. None former President of the Vest
h T = i . I
I i one wicket.
in reply to Empire's score of irit Division cricket match
ket Board of Control, a> saying that Trinidad had been -''" wanderers made 308 to gaia against Lodge Scnoot Lodge
asked to provide approximately half of the $144,000 which the tour "r,t """*>' l*d at Bank Hall. sored 72 end 87 and Snartan 135
wiU cost. re iiuketi was the out- for the loss of 7 wicket*
: rry said that there was no question about Trinidad having standing: batsmar. for Rckwick Lodge were bowled out in their
:o contribute towards the tour. "The W i <- 134 of his team's first inning* since the first day's
that." i 8 wicket* against Police pUy and Spartan had proceeded
wno had scored ^34 in tneir i.rst to score 185 for the loss of six
.....LW^t KenMniton_.__ wickets. Yesterday they went on
IAI.SK BIT USEFUL
-pH!S FALSE itsnamssM s.rved a useful purpose in that :'
X Bam riom Mr. Merry on h-t
i non-infonnativc and a* far as the Prate m thesa
>neenied. completely alien to an) methods of building up an
jis with the Press,! the West Indies'
cricket publn- Can be keot informal as to future, plans in connection
with West indies cricket.
Mr. Merry went on to say, and we thank him for the information,
, that the original Bcbedul for two Teal *
two-daj '
atony game and . two-day gasne ogsssast 11, Indi i
ana and a Tell and colony game agalnat each of Barbs
jaJBsiea.
I ran see the wisdom of this schedule In that both Trlnld I
British Guiana have d< in.r< > i l -r ; in their in-pu-
1IAHKLSON HHIM.I vs
CAKLTON
to bank up the odds against the
Lodge boys by scoring 50 quick
runs and then Phillipss and
>g*s fast attack were for the
I. yet I gather that she
not shown bad form, and was unlucky in getting a very bad start
in the Bayshore Handicap on the first day. Her non-appearance last
Thursday, remains a mystery, which, however, we must hope, does
nut Indicate any mishap.
Others who have not done as well as we might have expected,
are. Usher, Apollo, and Lunways. The first two should certainly have
been capable of picking up a race or two. in D.. and the fact that
neither have placed, is a hit mystifying. Possibly. Appollo may not
have been quite fully wound up for his campaign, while Usher, like
his Granddum, Bridesmaid, may be a bad traveller. Perhaps.but.
we still have to wait and see. Lunways' form suggests that she may
be running off. but she. of eourse. is up against a lot slifUr opposition.
To turn from the ftUUNf. to the successes, the results of the
last wo days racing have emphasised, first of all, the excellence of
Bright Light. Mr. Barnard's filly won her race against the C.s. in
.!*'.''' f* rnost part responsible for forcing the best time for the day, and there can be little doubt that if all goes
, iL.' I?. M"y vlclorv _. well with her. she will have the remaining Classic races at her men
irsershlp by in this match Philll| ..h..l She did not start on the third day. but may do so on the f.mni.. ll
lation and have instituted an annual
i and British Easi Indiana.
day.
my inrarmauon is eanwe*. ss u -iw..v. rfsuMap* w nt-ord the success
i good horse, and there are none who will grudge Bright Light's
owner the reward, to which his farsightedness in purchasing Burning
Bow. and Felicitas, oi his Orange Hill Stud, entitle him. In the same
stable. Is the useful Rosette, whose win over a big field of F. class
horses, suggests that she Js a long way above the average half breds
i for our

WHAT llarruon < ollege ............159 Kir
t nrlton (for 6 wkU decl'd)
A third-wicket partnership
Williams (94) and a high degree of accuracy and
"BrirRie" Lucas (75) which was was able to secure B wickets for
a of 138 runs, enabled 61 runs In the two Innings The
lo register 273 for the first day he took 4 for 18 and yes-
loea of sax wickcta v.rten the terday 5 for 45.
.-dared closed short- Frank King developed a lot of ....
0*1 look .*t the College pace, especially In the second in- (and incidentally makes Twinkle very attractive proposltlo
n rd.iv afternoon, nings when he unsettled the bats- August meeting I.
This creditable score waa made mcn *rcal deai H% took 4 for H 's l oflen that one has to say "Hard Luck", to Mr. Bethel.
I to I5tt bv lUrrisou Col- S3- Ior ,9 m ,ne, flrst inn'nBs and. with two wins, and three seconds, to his credit, so far. I doubt
i in iheir firct Innlnss ;""1 3 'or '* yeslerc,a>- whether it would be an appropriate thing to say at this time Neverthe-
lu th. remsJnUu mmutM of Thc otnc' Spartan bowler who ltS5( FlIsl Admiral has been a little unfortunate In running up the
,,', ., .(-nlh-.-n hd ri-rdleri with *"* ,a,r.Iv SUCCCM,U1 was K- sequence we have come to associate with Landir.ai k. His failure to
w'. ,hul_ri^C5-.*1lh Bowen. the spinner. In the first conCede IB lbs. to April's Dream can certainly not be held against
innings he took 4 for 27 and yes- him.
terday 2 for 16. i WHf as pleased to see Aprils Dream return to form, as I was
Cave In Good Form by the comparatively good showing of her half brother. Cross Roads.
Cave showed hirmclf in good The unreliable Colleton (about whom 1 have heard more unkind re-
form on both days. At the close marks passed, than anv other horn that 1 can remember), greatly
of the first day's play he finished surprised me. but, apparently, not the Trinidad public, by winning a
ith his wicket still intact with mile race, seemingly quile easily. 1 would have expected at least
38 for tin' losa of one wicket.
Lucai I and Williams I,
nod I'" Carlton with the
WK AHE HKAIJ.Y COP filfd with I which arc total at 34 for the low of two
being made I, Held a propei b ** C<^'"?|L3SS
vegjst reference to tha fact that "the i " attractive and ronenu
to take part, but that is not gOOd enoUfh. ' l ^rto1tts bv, *** .....
We are ntltled to know what is the nal ' wnviers to dislodge them 24. He carried that score lo 62 101 odds on this performance but the Trinidad Guardian's corre-
(,,! vvlw imoura that there might Ik- an """' shortly before UM lunoheon and whPn Spartan declared with spondent. "Nimbus", apparently foresaw his victory, and lipped him.
experiment with the : n.ight interval was taken when Lucas 7 wiekets down, he was still not and so he paid just over $3.00. I consider this to be tipping at its
rot be true but some concrete Intorm* nenUy off slow bowler out. He was never uncomfortable best.
make the We t Indlai.....set public feel con r and WlCfeat keapnr Black- against the Lodge attack, most of with only one day's racing left, it remains to be seen whether
our prospects of the coming tOUl and '. the same tune pro held tho catch. The total was the bowling of which he is fam- Landmark, and Harrowcen, can earn brackets. The latter has not
measure I'2 and Lucas' innings, an un- lllar with having lately left Lodge, had the best of treatment from thc handicappers, and there can be no
Beted one. which lasted for and he delighted thc spectators doubt that both arc up against very good horses. Indeed. If Astrion
Where are these grandioM- 1 e DO* I- nn minutes included ten bound- with his shots all around the ^ going to continue to be a reformed character, it is hard to iniagint
ing talcn' arles wicket. a more disheartening task than trying to beat
it has become almost an ax* m In w. 1 Ira Ian ' tbnl H, mold llutchinson assisted N. Harrison who had been not selli Hclli
without penetrating an effective pOCC bowling .. teai ,ilkln ,he score post "*; *'fJ /^.'^rS'S ,: cer,a
aOtevanartghauTplaeeforthatmatt. ,- double century mark when Lt l*^ i,wloH bv Ou ram
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the valuable scores of 51 and 61
respectively.
Given 163 runs to make to draw
too was taken behind the wick-
t Blackmail, this lime off the
rung "f Simmon*. He had
I valuable 13.
IHAVF BUN llutchinson partnered
JS a j,,,, and 'his pair looked lik>
Ihts; it will -i ''''' putting up a good stand when
who has ihown talent as l i>.-<- bowler to repn Williams who had leeii batting cqua| before setting Spartan ru
...ith onlv I few woekl W I Uvely was bowled by Sim- to go at In a second innings. Lodge
|og| .x short of his cen- began to lose wickets quickly and
I*t m (aee ff B irtei today who endeavour to bo ,,., lR.llJR at lhc ^Cket at first It even seemed as though
do not live a life in which eompht. ph> ,,... 17,, m,nuteB. His inn- they would have been bowled out
ulual and even if they k<". Ihemselve 1 ; .1 f
fltness then then tffortl are relaxed until thei
vommitment dw ial,y ,;'
of you -
d they are to k"
1 shall await developments In thu
... (i,e ink thing will be done
Wo, consisting of hlm-
d Ostaro. Still, stranger things hove happened, and
ly time for Harroween's luck to turn
TIIK AUGUST MKKTING
With UM than a month left before the start of the B.T.C. four-
day August meeting, It Is surprising how little activity there is to be
B observed on gallops mornings. Nevertheless, signs are not lacking
-..!ne .,...." I j of the appiuaching meeting, not the least of which, is the appearance
Orimth and L. S. Harris had made a, hca,iquarlers. Qf Mr. Gill's and Mr. Waleott's 1
fore he was bowled by Outram.
His was the only Spartan wicket
to fall yesterday.
* strings. I expect that.

Incluatve
seven for far lei
wickets
from next week, bralnen will be getting down to It, and we shall be
able to assess to some extent, thc way their charges are taking shape.
At the moment, a rather conservative policy is being pursued, particu-
larly In regard to the two year olds, very few of which, unless they
make great strides in the next three weeks, can hope to be anything
but extremely backward. At present, our main line of defence against
thc usual strong St. Vincent challenge, would seem to be Apple Sam,
vet I should be surprised if he turned out to be the best that we have
sv.ll. the policy of giving two year olds time to
aCill^?Iy i^0Sirtl?o?v. until develop!ls1igood one. and pe'rhaps wc shall reap the reward of being
bill who got a xJS^J^S^%mS^SSS patient, when next year's cUsslcs are contested,
ne 18 including the only Iu"ch< " *cre,a" ._ ."i- TAILPIECE
the day and Hulchlnaon " or*dVr "*' J<,h" It seems that there is ahorE that no one wants. Who is the
..;lhcr when the innings "u "" owner of Little Megdalc. Our latest importation can be seen being
leclared Closed with the FMP1RF vs WANDERERS walked and looking rather forlorn at the thought of having come all
lotal St 273 for the loss of six |>m'I|rr )H jjudiurs .. 260 the way acros* the Atlantic, only to find herself an orphan, so to
Wjekets. llutchinson wlio scored a Wanderers 1st f.-lngV 308 speak. Those of you who have ever contemplated becoming owner*.
u-eful 30 got three boundaries Wanderers led Empire on flrst can do so now. and with an English importation at thaV As to price
ilumn the a '' *" of W" ">ntns. Innings yesterday when ot close but perhaps we have said enough 1
-ith got 2 for 61 while nply ^ Empire's first innings
THE CASE K>K AMATIX'K BOXINil
WEEK I 1- 1 .1 H nboul lhl Illllc myslrry.
pTOfCHIonul boxing on
of ^dtPkulU. .ha. .i.. srrertOd th. | ; ^^r^ '!& ^J^M^ DavTd SSS DaPcixa. He had made 72 in fine were all out for 308 a lead of 48
^odS I anintetii boxing Li lo I \ j f"JPJ*&J*rt "* "P*"? the ^^^^Y yic- and, "^^ 2 blK wv"l,u" OV" ricKwlcK roue?'
With the formation ol an An Ham Boxing Al J SStJE* "^ lin?; ico"!d und,72' and. Ti' U^ Ih Uig flourished pasmodlcally during the past I wSSj^jl_. H rf ... ____Atkinson an aggressive 83 to help Norman Marshall had a iihnrt P'J*J?iffKntat....... M7
UM ran wbUeto theTrogramm, deficit of 114 runs, ^o^ their team's total. stay, for soon King had him Pickwick (far^8 wkui *
stuadTin cation that this fom: -n College started their The runs were scored off a caught ,n the slip,* by E. .A V. A crisp "J* byta'l JbMdon
be support i i second innings with Hope and united Empire bowling attack Williams for 4. However when Birkett for pickw ck in, their first
Due of the chief rtaaoni wto amateu boa Tudor to the howling of George Whieh got no assistance whatever Skinner joined Atkinson, the situa- innings was Uie attraction in y^s-
irtu the doldrums U the tact that the) Ed* HI and K ll. Warren from from the deal board pitch. Poor tion brightened again for Wan- terday s play In the Pickwick-
conteatanti Bono have tolned ihe pn the Wajn 'h and Pavilion ends npiu placing, fauhy catching, und derers. and these two saw the l"**!ice cricket match which is
economic pn "l eA-ery conceivable fielding lapse on score past Ihe 200 mark and on being played at Kensington Oval.
latin] While Othen have left the colony and i.-w n,t\ ju-t The -core had only reached B the part of the Empire team con- to 250 before Skinner was out Birketl who went in to bat at
given *'l> > wl,r" Tmlor Eot hl* Pd ln front tributed in no small measure to j b.w. to Barker. number three In the Pickwi.k
i would lie no dearth Ol COntl 'of one from Edahill and he was the Wanderers" score. batting order, hit 13 fours in his
. cognised clubs and associations ppnt hack without opening his Wanderers after losing the New Ball century which was completed
like the Y.M.C.A.. the Police Boya' Cluba, VMIV and UM lUM en- account. wicket of Perry Evelyn al 35, saw Barker had lust come on with after the luncheon interval and
tared trams as well C W. Smith joined Hope who young David Mayers and W. the new boll, and in his fourth '"* contribution enabled Pickwi.k
If this is properly advertised, the Amateur Boxing ass.* ., miiu, .,, horne to Ac p^.,, KnowIea retrieve the position with OVer. he buvVcri inspired. He got to score 287 runs for the losg of
"ai quits capatli md thU pair by neat shots ^mP Irfe batting to take the skinner with one which swung eight wicket* when play endod
flth_bnmg too,, lh k^ ^ 27 when Carlton SCOre lo 107 before Knowles was back sharply from the leg. and yesterday in reply to the total of
sde their first bowling change, out l.b.w. to Horace King. Knowles three balls later, had Atkinson 243 runs scored by Police on the
done on

01 ins life, Fred Betl
i i B an kei Herre Mafi h, some f the
of
ill quite capabli
Ihose rt-
launch amateur boxing
forms of gnort
i rift
un.'iitii; this sport lntellu;ciill' II i Up to
and make ' to _^
BON VOYAGE
i
WE SAY bon voyage tomorrow rnoni
elected by the Amateut Athli *. itii
In the IflO klloa to be hold
Jub 14, French Nation.I Doj
tf the) are successful or not hardl;
eration bul the 'act that the A.A A. of B
utgsj of thui Invitation Ii convii clng
lare again coming into Ihelr own In Bl
'.here can SO .
cyclists to reach a stagi lection spartin (for 7 wkta)
i hopa that the A.A.a. i B. will find it pi '' s atl
out again by the l.b.w. route wilh Urat day.
Half Century *2*&^?iTb-ta* **" Birkett took 175 minutes' to
Atkinson joined FofTI(. Williams who had now "^,hls century and gave oniy
iring thc partner- heen 8wiu:hed to the southern end, ono chanec whcn hls
vltatli
|n the
fuluie
m DasM left arm made 43.
replaced Warren at the
Ingled the
hrough the slip* and laUr Then Denli
Smith glanced him to the fine Mayers, and C___
ndary. nhlp Maycm reached his fifty was moving the ball well through Al,cr that chance ho batted frec-
B 1-" Williams bowled after being dropped by Robinson ,ne 9\r and two other wickets ly and executed fine strokes and
from the other end and Hope cut at mid off with his score at 47. fc\\ quickly Wanderers were 8 Ii;untl the gaps in the field.
cvdlsta P0"1 Kennedy at gully to tho Both these batsmen faced the duw, for 269. bul Lawless and His Excellency the Governor
l>oundary to make his score 19. Empire attack with confidence, st Hm look lhc j^p 1o 288 ^p. Sir Alfred Savage and Lady
1 ill bowled the last and attacked the bowling, cxecut- "fore Lawless was out to a catch Savage watched thy after lunch
' trie dav and sent down ing shots all around the wicket, behind the wicket off Williams. P'ay. The Police fielding was not
n to Smith. Tho total was Atkinson was tho more severe of Williams curlier had Proverbs BO good ufter lunch and two
36 for 1. Smith is 15 and Hope the two. and at one time lofted caUght by Barker at mid on. It catches were dropped. The next
II. King out of the grounds. wa9 a well judged catch by Barker best score to Birkett's was 45 by
They sow the score move on to who threw himself forward and K. Greenidge who went at nuyi-
134 at tea, and on resuming, car- sideways to hold a very low one. ber four in the batting order for
ried it to 1-50 when Mayers With only a few minutes to go Pickwick.
jumped down the wicket to one of before time call, Kinn lured St. Again veteran Byer who top-
King's leg breaks, missed and Hill down the wicket for DePeiai cored in the first Innings for
mnr.E r*. spartan
l.tidgr 72 and
235
i at ured i
nings \
. I o'clock yostarday In their was stumped by wicket-keeper to whip off the bails, Wanderers
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SUNDAY. JULY >. IKS
8UNDA1 M1MK ATI
fAGE FIVE
Cockell Comeback
One-fight-a-Month
LIGHT OLYMPIC TORCH IN ANCIENT CEREMONY
SCORE HOARD
AUIION OlliGL i. (ABltUk
HAJ*JtlSO*f rOIJIGr lit innUp 11B
1AIU.TON Ut INNINGS
* w Manhall i> smuta 1*
n Ui fJaBBen
C wtiiiai-. r. aimii "i., m
" i*- '
iit. u
I HuUiKnwn >W
b SIhidnm
l. Hlltrh.a>n .., v'
C KM ill naaVa
WrM: t. | 1
Total lor
rkla Jed IIS
Fail of B-,kaU -J to- *. I I... M. 3
Ij Ui. 4 lor SI), i for IX, IM HI
BOW! INO ANAI VUI
V
B A H. ..
m iipinn
Raid
TuSW
Porter
W ImllL
KASBtUR-N
Hop* nol out
Tudr I b Edahii.
w Siium not uut
Edshill
B Warm.
C Cos
B William.
PASIAN
LfHI
IUDUE .
M>ARTAN tfor 1 kU i
SJ'AKTAN 1.1 INN1NLA
A AUln. c Walch b Brrfokr.
S (irlftiUi & raiiiisi
F S Harrl* Brookr* l> Fa mm
N rlarrlaon b uulum
N Uranl lb- b Wllkla
K W-.kt.it c Gum twfcpr > b
WlIM .
N H>m< b W i Ik iv
CV BOl DUt
> King rtol out .......
Elba*
Total 'tor I wkla 1
LODGE SCHOOL. 2ml INNINGS
t Shaphard t
D (in.' 1 b i
W W.k-I, c Cav.
i b r
c OoMiid b King
Brooke* .flMl Ham-
Kutson b K li--1 i.
mn *iLsti\ says
Humour was busy to-day prttt
th* future of DON COCKEU.
galjanl UUL uOSUCCUSAlul defender
o/ ihr British cruiser-weight iilje
I ANDOLH TURPIN Hue
week One >iorv went la the .x-
icgesting lh,a
\-niu,v,
'.V45 at...
I
cockell iia tomj>iet*U differ-
ent intentions. According t JACK
SOi/>atON8. the man who pro-
moted Cockell'i championship en-
deavours, Don will seek 'rehabili-
tation" by taking on all comet,
at the rate of one a monthbe
ginning now
A *ensible moveand on* th.l
wtB help to rid Cockell of th.
ring-rust tha' must assuredlv havi-
contributed to his battle with the
scalas. Tha onlv question iswho
ean he light*
Ambition Thwarted
Thrcv-flfths, uf a second stand
tx-tween the Hasting, 15-vsmi-oIo
>*..-.!.. I from Ceylon KatBNI
(pronounced Farm EWART and
her ambition to swim in lb
Olympic Games .it Helsinki
But her nomination fnr the turn
Olympic trials it Blackpool t
Saturday has not been accept?
because her lOo yards time
8S.8 sec. was that fraction over
Ihe standard.
This is sururiaing. berausv if tho
free-style qualifying mark, which
only five have reached, hail been
us lenient on National times as
that for th* women's backslrokr.
Miss Ewart could have quaiifliM
easily.
Why Choose Barnett
BEN BARNETT lormar Aus-
tralian Test wlcketkeeper. ha*
been picked to plav for the Club
Cricket Conference XI agaliu.1 it..-
Royal Navy at Dartmouth on Julv
9 and 10
DBI.SEO IN ANCIENT COSTUM1S !.,,. t.ns (left) Ught th.
the games were born many can: .'ics ago The sun's rays stuning on 0
: to the hand of tha girl at left Tha flam* was than transferred to the I
bowl was earned lo the Olympic itttV, where U will burn for the dura'
carries tha torch, tit from the bo' :.on Its first lap toward Helsl- si. Fir
port the torch to Its Una) destlns' on and the start of the 195- games
vl held by the girl *f Itsjhl Tha
1 of the games A rui r.ei (rigtitl
d. Kelajsof ruut;i i> will tr.nti-
(Intersiaiioiuil i
CRICKET froP*4
i**icv -iut lu the nassaj
Ibui i Use Pu**.^k wieki
UJ iuii." sJatr -ending
uvers. He U>wlaU atsaWily
A4u im. bowled wiU h*rd I
..nd uii- two L-atchea that wtv
.' D]|
;. varied hu delivetirs C
,i auod vKlent auu al Lunca skM
tha iiUnicn tied down
Ur.iaM.iiu \ IWulinn
II overs took iwo
but t Urn-*
trad to b a bit errali .
Meai ii'ok QM
Fm 47 and 411 runs respe. -
PicfcWKk ware off to a shaky
BtaWl when they lo[ their open-
ing batsman A. Trotlei win.
IbsbM win only seven. Trotter
made four tuns before1 he n
"it leg before while on the
-mil Rradsh .w Then
Hirkctt |osMd F-tt.rd* Bad Hi
Dean Ireely. BlrkeK
reached his century just aft*
luncfe and by lunch Pickwick ha I
lost twa vkksrtl Edwards 29
ud A Trotter four for 117 tun.
The new ball came out when
, EH .,,..
m who am uVWattClng
HUita a lot in Uaa Ural over will
:ha new bad. gained a succaaatol
I . ..i.i WrhtM Boa kM ba
when this balsm n w.is ISl
When .lump- w.i,. gnwn Pick
vcick had scored 27 runs for the
loaa irf eight wlekets in reply H
the Police aoon of 24S in their
I tilling!.
JULY 6 NO. 231
The Topic
of
Last Week
MODCRN IIVIHG
IS A STRAIN
NDTUOPHOS
helps you to relax and
forlities yowj wtsolfj
nervous system.
YOU EAT WELL.
SLEEP WELL. FEEL
WELL, wl.cn you take
, NirmoPHos
sss.'.:**'****-<-'ss.-'

Thai la Own only ^>ia
I
UIHIk KKMKU
Cyclist* /,*!<
tor Martinique
Tomorrow
CRICKET CRUSADERS
Hn O. i. i|>|tin
i >ii of wicket* 1 tor 11. I for
r IS. (or 1. 1 lor 1. lor
. I for M. for 75
BOWLING ANALYSIS
Phillip.
PUJ
i irii:i vs.
MPIBS 1*1 = =.. = .
BaxneU aetiUd in thw counlrv
two years ago and has been play
ing club cricket and making occa -
alonai appearances in Mlnm
County games as captaui of Buck.v
When I tolj him he bad been
chosen. 44-yea,-old Burnett said
"It certainly is a nice gasturc. but
really f think they might hav<>
picked a younger man. They
should give the up-and-coming
boys a chance."
CRICK 1- i
the AoUocatr
Mr. Ha
it itidu
i.y llaiold Dale, l>ay Expra*
in- ui lianu and is oi Ml -
li.' Barbaclat oontingent oi t
- list* will leave Seawell to- ,
roai gantnlnsj bj British Weet
Indian Airways on their w.iy to I
M.iitnmjue where they will take ,
paUl in the IMi kil.M.ietie road
ice on the 14th July, the Fiench
National Day
A.vompeiiytng Uieni will ba Mr. I
but rather an J. W. B Chenery. ltesideni .* the I
loyull> thai mlglil Barbadua Amateur Athletic Asao-

Farauson ul the ';
u] runs It was no f.iuii
Ut be i
WANDERERS.
gvalyn b W.ll.m.
, KnowWa Ibw H Kin.
AUudmiD Ibw Darkar
Marshall c E. A. V '
iiij
over i
for the Barbadok aVdvaataW. m-rds DO introduction
crick I
ag wtll w vhrld > 'rinj home to ii'i* thouiaiwl
oi locaJ cricket fans, intrifi iina word picturej I tha dj
hiatoric stru between rui
tiaha and tha \ .
Harold Dale, who was fertun maaiura hi* run. Rae took atrlkt
ata i-nough lr have i mIwbII advanced with l .
1 agraa Barnett has, h.id the fortun* t 'i West I
best cricket could offer and as crickch wnlrkw tnm
far as the first-class game U con- of England in ItM i
corned he captains two aides uited for tl
against the Indians this season with clevei
the Commonwealth XI at Black- ed opinion. Ihc struggh
pool neat month, and the Minor ,>,, w, i: ... ,.
.ouiniui criULeiing csntlon, and Mr C E. Jcnunott,
who will manage the teann In
. tivahing ftanknets psaca of Mr. George Clarke who
about Dal> .- de-scrlplum aitd 1 am hits (ouiut il Uni*oastblv to make 1
ire that hi! obsarvaUona wltl> thv tour,
respect to the aehaeUon oi the Compriaina tba toam are "Miksr" i
I., i hta T-st will cvok.. -Imha.i (Capaaln) John
,i.ii%i and debaU- Skinner. L> Kei/er, George HlU, I
li.,h. crtCfcSt circle*. H> "Flash*' Brathwaite. and D
-in...i H,*n..) Young Orant of
\...
A Sklnnar lb w. Baikal
H Pruvaib* c Barkat b Willlanu
E Atkliuon b II stark-r 9
T 1-awlt.i c twkpr.i U. Paiaa b
g WUUams '
[. at. HlU 'ipa -wkpn i> H Kim ';
H U Toppin not out J
CsttSt _^
ToW J"
JM^i ttu-.i*- Nil t:
*_i,,' BOWLINli ANALYSIS
O H B W
Barkar II J
Huadf *
William* M t J
llald.
HoW" ,Ja a
Kina >|*
POLICE v PICKWICK
roi.it ui tosaaas *
PHHWICK 1>I lamias.
a F. Trailer 1 b.w b Biaamtww *
r. Edwais. "pa iwkpr Doiwi'
b Qraanc *
T Ilirkrtl lb* b Bra4lM> '
K (iraeoieaa I b.w b !>..
j p Ooddatl r OiacfW b B>vl
W Oraenldsc c Aw. b Bvar
C OraankWa C ra.ma. b Byrr U)
C. Wt.l b Bobar.
B. Innlaa nol "Ul
T i<-d 'Jnr i not -"H sr
Bxtrai T
Counties XI at Norwich in Sep-
tember
The selectors have brought hUc
in to the exclusion of DOWNTON
Sevenoaks Vine. If Down ton
nythical
Impaiil -I
ball of '. l.ind.-
in the vary |I11'1' '' ,l|S loP
rtilh complete accuracy.
ound, ksxrwladgeabla
dMl Be is, was .hocked. H
.. Iran
i iiy the amai
'i la tan
.. only it was beeau voluntai>
had to go then GRADY, of Dun- nationality and he was I .. and Undwall walked bad.
tiiable. Should have been given n imu critk bacauaa ba I f -a- a
chance. wno nar| wvn ihe West 1 ;:iiug of it
Expensive Departure reach the Mat fi Inl laiii io ins bai
career in IiitarnationaJ erld and tn< ?vrn amoni
The Spartan League benefit by prior to tht
50 by the departure of Hemcl iar upon V"- lash of (ousting :..,i gol hll bat to U< thll
livmpslcad and Upminstar lo the Austral.a for world crl* but the Impai
Oelphian League. Each club has premaey was so great thut hii itroki <*
been fined f25 for resigning front jj was vuuch.afeu In bun lo | kward and th
the league after the peimlltvd from day lo day the anawi
date. Ihe queue', thai What more frivenl luiiuli
ciscd bli rnlnd srhati I
The competition is being ex- land for Australia with ( ol th<
tended to 10 clubs next season perlenee
Bottom clulw Hoddaadon and Mr- imil bahiD liavtna lost tha
low have been re-elected, and Surel..
Ware, Polytechnic and Ford Sportf must bava to kali
have been promoted from Divis- the quaation
ion I. A place is found for 0* |
former Isthmian Iague cluh. rcn lllH| \V
iol 111

It was stated th-i Ood
..uffeiuig from narvou
il cnrrecl-
Inn) .- a oasb per cent
Il i Urad thu'
QoddaraT bad ostafad to stan-i
Naaaaue Eahiiuatasn ?
-i>oken to GiHidard hun-
.11 noiliy before the Wist ln-
Manager Cyril
HoIIxhii Hoys is also going on the
lout, but at thv expense .f his
, l(i>a. >i.,i S'. '.. ,
alaa
Th.- paiawl auk rtalisbl SS
Witl. Mimiat in a
psn -.ui nmi. .wsaiafs
.in haul a Pelatsaan
fa. UHNaB i>r flirk eulh Hafnbi.
T|l..\ -1aO ii
All.i llia> Ilia in*
lib band down dim It
mi. inma mwatai at

of you ian i iuii lhat iin..
M.W n>: * kaar a loss OSl
II a la|. im( a pan
|| |, ,ilalvtnH|
i.......k""I l*M to ill)
La-a- r>iM Ik>>.
ai.lwn
.>.t>. n
(ktrhun Defeat
H.C. Old Hoy*
Stollmayar and \>
ah., to meet Before- '"' *-k.
saw a difficult job of solution and lh
Etaaj and inotoda
.al majority of baflcuj
ild have taken the
t.j dafeating HarruxKi I
. .( i exciting mail i
( ..i lion have placet'
in a good posit urn foi
inning the Divmion -A'1 Baaki I
ran of wku i->. a t. - *-"'
Sllf, 0-aat. T--2SB. ass
BOWLING ANALlfJlS ^
ia
M.illi.i. It
Blarkman


Byar 14
TABLE TENNIS
QUARTER FINALS
The QuartaT-flnabt of the Tab
Tennis B Class open championship
were played at the Y.M.C.A.
Friday night. The scores were aa
follows:
King (Advocate) beat Chase
(Bay Street Boys' Club) 2220.
2117, 2220; Guller (Modern
High School) beat Cadogan
(Speightstown Sports Club) 21
IB, IB21. 2114; 2220, Archer
beat Symmonds 2117, 2118,
1521; 1821. 2116, Hendy beat
Straughan 2116, 2117, 2118-
In the finals for the Adelphi
Club open championship Joe Hoad
defeated Clarence Gooding
. i ii .'. i
. w, In tiu) upabot RM
. Ion "Jiottod ami
1 '.>iiiia yar captained tha bum an
.liilioi '" I'U never concealed
I ,ii.m: '...ui musl
<......a upon Oodjdard nid>
i ;iny hint


i a; In i: .1 hOWr) all Uirough
. paai
i h iroid Dal
When Ihv last qiuiiii ol thll
match ended, both teams had Ihi
...... number of points, but aftci
^ i i Mills. Cur I Ion were able t
Curve a win by a basket
Pirataa b-,t piaatwlck by -
male point the laaaa rdahi
Pirates were 18 points belt in. i
whan the laii quartaa bi -
hey played a very fast last quartei
.-in
I
night loilege beat Pi
> keenly onli'ated match
ii
rhal Madam
... BM Star Bu.l>
.. i.-.-i
ponsorad by
j & R BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blendara of
J A R RUM
Palace Oriental
Keriierdtr*. De India.
( hmo. y Cylon
Balsa i>e Tacaaraaln
Kspecilitainente
Menos 151 Quince
Percirnto
Dvrant IV Raralillo
TUANTS
I'i Win. Ili-nrv SUM
Dial : I...:
PAINS IN
THE BACrt
Here i a way to re'iaf
Do you anow thai a (
oaaar el beclui.hr Iks m tfM
kdassers? Wh-mh-jw. healthy
User help to :il"a inipmrities eul
of the ."!" Whm thry fTOW
slaggiah. thrse intpuotiis ac-
cumnlntr and the irsiilling con
geabon u> vtiy oitrti tiii caaaaef
kssckache. I > Wn<
apacially prrpaird to ii.wigorale
sJacgui. aataan rhaj
dWactly on these vital oil,ana. act
aa a tonir. lomn, ihrin up and
speedily ustotinK 'hr'n to thru
rsstacsl artivity Rrhi-f free
bsckache follows as a nan aa
Vi onaeourm r Par e*i
realury lr Wilt's PHai saw
bnen bringing c-lnt m ajg).
fsrars fioni b*< ht> he ant
see hava in nvil t n.-itlr
letters ol gtai.-ml- haai
all over the TorL!
C a sunpl) from
-cui chemist
today
oua
GUAKANTK
Oe Wat's
naoufacturrd under Btnclly hn
condition* and the ogrcdirnti
form to rigid sfjst laid, m p
DeWITTS PIL'
to- kidney and Bladder tV'ou
........----- Jives hi* own ..livwer 1|. quollunf II II V I i ft I
1 lu ii... w.. 11.11. 1 Urlil I,lull
Tufnell Park Edmonlon.
Eleven Qualify For
Skill Shot Budge*
thought to be very creditable
The second round at the
eliminating ataaza of the BRA.
Comjsetition was shot y--
I
.
thought I i I
-
i lining tc-
if flesh and bloon
could achieve It.
"We had t,9Qti West Indians at
la.it playing fervently for the Wesi
head*
.-.I i.
up to the
II ;. ind Haaaatt; \' i
pin and guile of llatniidhin an
Vali-ntm.
than the menacing speed G
Lindwall and Miller.
Harold Dale has WrlttafO hi
account of tha Testa anc thi
imporlant gar -.villi thei
If. A Lange B.N a visitor to dfl> '" day, UMa^CDTi Its* their hearts."
the island, was a guest of (ha '' !
-I.H.A.. yestercUy. He shot and tha -* ount is therefore the more
I.RA. waa informed that il wag tinl*'rCf,,m^ L" k i V ".i?** ?
the first time he was using the this method he has gven:.'
service rifle (b) under Bisley con- * the. opportunity l- i
dltlona. His score of 86 was l*Wi and the I
West Indian lUppOfti
certaintie<. bopai
of each game as pluy da
Few writers could have cap-
tured tiu
Itaeeaaj r>elin
toucli
tl,
terday evening. The eight b.-t linporlunt First I-
out of a possible 105
Major A DeV Chase 98. Mr. M
G. Tucker 94. Mr E. J Parry 04,
Lt. Col. Conncll 93. Mr F D.m
93. Mr. G D McKinstiy M,
Majui J. E GufnUi 92 and P.C.
O Shepherd 92
The eight best aloll* with Mr.
T. A. L. Roberts 92 Mr M. R.
DeVortcuil 91 ..d Cpl K Kr.nl
(Uarbadw. Police Forcaj 90. hav
jualifted for Skill Shot Badgen in
tha X hLA
ajan
lion centr:. I
more forceful and
turned phragaa than Harold Dale
and this war early In the tour
For example la 11
from his daacrlptl
missal of i
the opening partna .
Stollmover and F|ir. around
which th- W,
such fond hopes.
Vivid
i;.....

..ill walked back
daapa. i

Ualia's surpi n* win of tl
I'"'
Ulaj aa this:
"Il was a treniandoua inomen-
lum l"it 1 dont tlnnk one of tlie
rd but -pared a limught
nunt oi iha Waal Indian
.i train! ui then
Ihy that had bee
'
i after iTUshing
Ei'iitaiid th.it
. neck and neck In tha
AshesWest Indies wer beaten
ivalyl
The Imok contains some excl-
lenl Illustrations by Harry Mar-
1 Morning H'.'ruhi
lliotorr.i]' must Iki
|l*an to him for having phofo
graphed | I I fVafU
hiindsnm'-
ImI nt, to hJg niirlvall.-il kill
k. '',*:l>,"'* TournaimaH
b *"i
.i .ii.,.
I M(
ftifl- MoadaaaJ
CAP!. JORDAN
TOP SCORES
at last Wednet"i..y'a practice of
Usa Small Horn Itifl.- Club with
very good score of 99 out of .<
possible 100.
The following are the alght baal

('apt. .1. It lordan BS. Mr. M. A
. Kir 17 Major J. E. GrifflUi !)V
madhlll fiom Mr. H. B. G. Marsliall B7. Mi.
Hag 'II '.'-. Mi. T A '
- .! i o Bra roe S I
LAtllKk HOI IIIS-
Mr. I- Paltorson ..ul Mi. H s Ban
cioll baal Mr. D E W.,rm* and MIm
k Wliik. ( J. t
MONIIAV'N FIXTIFRKH
LAUIK SINOISH riMALS
Mlaa g. Worma VI Mr. D. I W.irn.
i \oiim' uoisiia
Mi. V Pallaiaon and Mr. II *. Man
roll vi Mr. t Cannall ami Mia C
"klnnar.
MINS liOIBLSB
Mr W U C Knowlaa and Mr D I
v Roaeh ana Mr T A

Mill
'Irtlkl*.
Mr J
I Jinn'
. hud wrought Ufa" '
him m one over, iinl
'
thai
ind huiumlf unable to g<
Ha Imi lift tha Held
Belgrade-Bound
AMATEUR cbampi o n i
JOHNS i MAI.OMV .,
I'ERC V I.EWIN Hli> to lam to
Royal An Force again.
Yugoslavia in Belgrade on Jui.
M tha Im-atai dliact boxinH
.1.1...I between the Iwo coun
M Knasuss
Mi-mbers ar ask Serrtec

Tin
,< la
RAF
nil be putting then
0 in the ring, wit!
-haimpion- IWtli I
"d nrheduled f-" WKIJJI. DAI ROF. and TI>Nl
Inl, 12th. will now WALLACK n "aupporV' of
Lake place on Wclnaed-y. July welter-weight Maloney mo.
"MORSES
I COMSTOCK 5 WORM FtaJJTS
' -*- tr U- ssskarj ol lr Uoraaa Pills
I affart ,un prokKiMSi for ya larailr
5 IStL^. -m,-,"-u"nirr-.r j
t--------------------r-^
How tfai fi>fi
INNER
CLEANLINESSP
In kpon, as in hjadggga,
fnr*xy that hnng* mkccss!
you're really hi you're full ol
MHour and you can .ul.i..
fitness very simply, by taking
Andrews lor /nv Llcanlinc.-
Sparkhng. gaW" *&*
Irc-ihim ihc pajuih, sciilo. ihc
Momas-Ti, ion.. up the liver m.l
inally, gemly PatfMi unutipa-
non. An occasional glavi oi'
Andrcwb as a rcrresber keep*
you on lop ol your formjust a
toBpoooiul in a glass of water.
DU YOV KNOWi/h4tuiifn/o*>dutwa/hmrJitiiatltM
a /aurney whidi takti 2 or 3 Ja\>, jo or 40 /<(J Th* traffic ran/ tutf aseusu; -on-1 jntly.
rtatrsMif dti(ifiv*J konifi ihwrgamud, you ft*! ysi-u/-
torfi. Aaurahiu; Andrew rtfuLto fas mltnul truffic
rcnl/y but Utoromthiy, and ttuurei Innei Chuniamt.
for INNS5
CLEANUNESS_


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I
""Mrs. Clarke's Column
The Debs Curtsy To An
Empty Chair . .
Dear Mrs. Clarke 1 am 15
yean of age ami was deeply in
tm with a boy aged 16. 1 know

not know if ha) Mill Loess) m a*
:
friends at the iimr MbOO) who
are deeply in low wth mr and
1 do not know how i I'll tbern

speaking ol pM and il sesBns as
it my Boy-friend J* getting to
'. :i..t 1 u 1 on W ii'-'p
the situation"
' E.P.'
1 hope 1 havr your Initials
right, my dear. The* mi-i.-
rather IndlUJncl. you know.
Well, about y u a r problem,
whlrh is not really a problem at
-II \ou are reallj loo )Ouni to
lake any one boy seriously. This
you must realise If you are go-
iv*. !> grow to full ai.d true
Mom .1 In..i By all m .iK have.
rninv boy -friends. That it but
healthy and normal, but I can-
not hrlp feeling that It l uil .1
l |j wh.-i. a you il itl like tou
let* herself entangled *o early
In life with a serious affair. It
will Ml hrlp rtSJ liUr on. in\
dear, when you hsve s liom-
and family of your own. Keep 2
|i >\ Msjafi don't make any ri-ii
drrlnloiM and above all do live
what you are a inn iri of 15
yearswith the whole world
Nil 4 full I'd- before her. You
will see ham true this Is when
you reach my air and ran kSok
bark on a full life of hasp'neo-
with my husband, my children
and Ju*>l reretly. otne lovely
lillle crand-rhlldren. It Is A
lood life ai-d *ou must not apoll
IL
lil
nsed 41 years and am 11 love
with a msn for the l*t IS years.
1 ried and hai been tell-
ing me ell along that he to going
to get a divorce and marry me.
1 feel now that 1 hsve
been with h'm too long and hsvc
almost made up my mind to
leave him at the end of the yeur.
Please tell me what i
tin I hould be very grateful
for your |
- I do really believe that yeur
Idea about Itaving this man as
the best of all a.. If be haa nut
made any move for 16 years It
Li rather unlikely that he will
uptet his family life now for you.
It Is a pltv Indeed that It hast
taken you ao long to see reason,
my dear, hut women have al-
ways been forgiving and willinr
to give another rhanre o 1 ran
fully undrr-Und that you held
out hope* far him all the time.
uVhaw, irv 10 et tins whole
l>niiir* off your mind you will
feel ao Ml much better when
you have marie a final move.
IS minutes-and a guinea-in Mayfair gives them the
drill for Buckingham Palace
- Deer Sirs. Clarke. 1 am sixteen
years old and 1 am in love with a
bos' afci-d 20 who is in love with
me 1 have not seen
wirVd^'JTfiSl'thli1 he nir?s You might think that most girls By EVELYN ON8 curtsy from Mis. Vacant for this
1 prU even though 1 who had gone through dancing The gu\ steps forward .makes weeks preaenuUons nd *w
Mve r.ui ng about clssa would be able to drop a a full sweeping curtsy to the nrs. one of he best of the cuirenl
him. There are many oUier boys curtsy without further instruction, chair wno say that they love me but But it stems that this is not so. paces to the next chair (Prince
my whole mind is on th,ls ono It has not been so for many a Philip), and curtsies again,
boy and when he It not there I * Then she recedes crabwise. w as
Quite a large proportion of the not to turn her back on royalty.
thousand or so debutantes who M'ss Vacani tells her what
Uruj out this year have wrong. She must bend her head.
taken curtsy lessons before mak- not fix her eyes on the QV**''-
favi as though I were one of tha
Living dosd. Please help me.
Votre Petit Amir
So Graceful
How do this year's aebutantes
generally compare with those of
the fabulou* Whigham days? Very
well indeed. In Miss Vacant'* view.
"We are back to the graceful girls
ham Palace.
So if no debutante stumbled
her obeisance to the Queen
Writ, dear, It rertainly seems
to me (Jut you arc really and
truly in love with this chap and.
If aa you say. he as In love with
you there should be nothing lor at the two presentation parti
you to worry about. Remember, ttm week, part of the credit f1
dear, that love as trust and If the performance goe* to a lit
you do not trust the one you woman
lose a lot of the Hnrat pink
g their appearance at Bucking- She must hold her body straight, again." she says "They
__ ____L____....-*_ i' .. -1 x._ nu lj.lillt .,,4.. H.A -.Kr.1.1 IMAA .I'll il.i....p?1
ally
not crouch. Said an ex-debutante care about poise and deportment."
(last year's vintage). "It works. Just one regrettable point about
I had no qualms when it came to young girls of this vintage slacks.
the day."
FirsiA Bob
Miss Vacani then takes the part
ith golden hair, petal- Df the Queen, stopping to speak
ptcxion and bright blue to tne jirls. They must make
buildlnr.
you lave.
How To Get Rich
Without Any Risk
Hh II. SI. Mart oil
BY THE WAY
BY BEACHCOMBER
CHRISTIE'S auction-room was
so crowded the other day
that some bids were made through
WASHINGTON.
The tough Ani.iiun business
dkii ol Mil- lasl century, whose
fcrspel wan rugged individualism
and constant slogan ftl
prise, must be lurmtiK in their
it rVH
luf thg U.S. Govern:
stands forth as double guarantor
for Americans who artal '
'> bn i"i lav
orises abroad.
i.irantee says firstAm.
fkgsag will not U*f ;i cent of
their money if their property or
business is seized by art)
OovsrniisaBlj
Washington will see to
it that the business men draw
their profits in dollars only, Svan
though the foreign Govi
'"vniKl liavf ixigulauori--as
m the case of Britainsaying
that dollars cannot be taken nut
nf the country.
THE rates for this 1 I
are reasonable. A business man
can ftl u policy good tor ten
rtara For an annual premium of
one and a quarter per CuTtl
trim tha ^ooavsjrnhllttjr" i it-
ler. nnd one pgff cent tor buur-
ance against exproprinllon or
The insurance is good in '>ti
natiniK, ouUicle Ihe Sovu-t DrbU,
and cover* any legitimate enter-
prise, from camphor plants and
oil retlneries to fibre factories.
Who is running the scheme?
Our old friend, presidential ciin-
flldrrtg Averell Harriman.
THE celling prices on whisky
and wine are removed by Wash-
ington. It will not make any dif-
ferencethe prices are so hiBh,
anyway, right now thai no deal-
er would be sufficiently foolhardy
lo try raising them any further-
TALKING of puces, the cost
ol living in America Is almost
tha hlflillt ever. Tops was reach-
ed last Januarya whopping 1B9
! gfl p at of Hag -verage for
193S-39.
Tonight Ihe Government an-
nounces that il is "a fraction"
Ix-low the January high-water
mark.
Sandwiches and COCktoUl rot
two m an ordinary W
cfe vesleiday set me back 2 11s
ONE of the most successful au-
thors in America todny is a 34-
yeur-old writer called Mickey
SpiUanc.
t M-w-t ut-hnired Mickey hal
sold 13.00O.000 copies of his six
books, all about a private detec-
tive named Michael Hammer,
and packed with every
able sort of violence.
Spillane has such < follnwinr.
that Marines in Korea -end lum
wads of dollars and write: "Just
put me down on the list (Ol tvr)
Mike Hammer book you write
in future."
As a magazine puts it: "The
ast< r.ishing thing a1x>ut Mikr
Hammer's success is that no one
IUrM Iilm except the public. No
rnjor book reviewer nnywhere
has ever said a kind thing for a
BpU, OH novel."
MADAM Minister Perle Mesta
has written her autobiography. By
gasMfaJ grasipMOt it will not be
published until after the prcsi-
denlol election In November.
Too much about good friend
,n it
IT TURNS OUT that the four
youths who took over a New
York hotel for three hours early
the other morning, jind amiably
provided room service while they
held up the guests and start,
practice of this sort Os
thingand did it all on whisky
When the |>o!ice arrested them
they confessed to a string of 15
1 in h eM>loits. but said that their
of the details was
hazy, m they were always intoxi-
cated.
|-i TKII USTINOV had an .u*y
Ol grtgaaolng as Naro in "Quo
Now we're likely to be
in for more of the same treat-
mentCharles Laughton is King
Herod In "SalomeThe Dunce of
tha Seven Veils." which Columbia.
starts to make In Hollywood to-
IM NEW YOHK an announce-
roiisiderable s-igni flea nee:
Jho Union Carbide and Carbon
Corporation, the 13th largest in-
dustrial concern in the whole of
America, discloses that It has
bought a iSjfj-acrc estate in West-
i unty. and will eventu-
ally move the whole of Its New
York staff of 3.000 to work there
In 'garden-type office bulldinga"
costing 6.000.000
The Saw Mill Mrs* MM
through Ihe estate, nnd working
. should Ih> very nice.
This t* one more long step In
the growing tendency of decen-
tralisation in America's traffic-
choked cities.
IN GARWOOD. New Jersey
l-anVil cops have been hopeless-
ly outdistanced when U
la eatch super si>orts cars driven
by wild youths. Now quiet con-
lldenco reigns once more among
the (i.nstabularv. They have a
suiter car of their ownIt can
do 110 miles an hour.
BIG TV newsfour of Holly-
wood's greatest companies, Col-
umbia. UrUveisa IInternational,
Hepubl'c and R.K.O., enter into
11 with the Screen Ac-
to g uUd i coaniiatoi the prin-
. gtra p:iyn-i.v'
roCinen for repeat showings on
TV of ftlmi made (or lh.it me-
dium.
idngs of true love. You say eyes. The name Is Marguerite yajg bob, and say,""Your Majesty"
you feel that he la s flirt. Are you Vacant In their first answer, and "Ma'am"
not belni a little unfair* Are This pocket dynamo put many .fter that. Elementary" Maybe,
you being a little flirty yourself of the debutante* through their ^t lt ,, that adLne of then:
with theae other boy* flatter I n paces beforehand. have to be told,
you and'aaylng nice ihi.ui. u. Her Pu pi Is The other dayJrtia. Vacani w as
you* No. my dear child, tru.t Although her manner Is un- hidden to a reception N*
hi true love and be faithful reserved (-DarUna."" she greets Zealand House. There she gate
always to the 'only an* In the lhe stranger "Sireemeart"). she a mass curtsy and ^"J
wurid- and you wUI hsve a hes many secrets, and one of U?sson to 20 overseas d*buM*
happy and full life with truat them is her age. She was, she Her comment: They were quick
--------HI", a* a basia for yfc presented at Court as a girl -they learned the curtsy nflve
future with the man When* 'Ah, my darling, i could* t minutes. And they were grace-
tell i/ou (hot." Iu'
-----------Rut she has taught two genera- Miss Vacani is not so old-
tlons of debutantes how y> behave fashioned as to make her pupils
at Court, and a third is Just walk around balancing books on
coming along. Age does not their heads, although she admits
wither her "She looks the same that maybe that was the way sho
now" Mid the nftv-yenr-old acquired an erect carriage her-
mother of one of her ex-pupils, self. But she is a great believer
"a she did when I was a debu- in old-fashioned deportment. She
tante mvself" speaks of poise with missionary
She taught that celebrated fcrvojir. hinting that even this
jajajtanti of the 'thirties. Miss reporter might, if converted, avoid
asalUItt Whigham (now the a double chin,
the oien door. A dangerous n,K.|7c-,s of Argvlli how to make "oood carriage." she urges.
precedent. jjr Court curWy She taught tha "gives health and energy. Grace-
other much-publicised girl Jeanne ful poisethat's ihe first thing a
Not long ago a ventriloquist gtourton (now Mrs. Sherman dxhutonie should aim for."
ogled with the gay throng Just Rumor whose husband is heir to Nowadays of course, the debu-
(jtslae an auction-room, and a Baron Camoysl. And most other tante goes to the Palace In a snort
timid man. who had never opened notable debutantes before and afternoon dress and a hat, not in
his mouth, was informed that he Btnce. _*._,"_ P,*~war panoply
wm the lucky post ass or of an Qnt Lesson
enormous chandelier. 12 soiled How many of this year's the
volumes of Gaffney's "History of antj, or so debutantes has she
Polynesia." three pipe-racks, n taught to curtsy for the
stuffed gudgeon, IS yards of presentations? Hundreds, my Cl'" """m. ^r\mi*rh^v . dovecc. and ,th UW ^Si^Ci^oUUnl!'&
train and all. There was a certain
amount of protection. Now our
legs can be scon."
Who have proved to be the
most graceful girls at Ihe Courts,
morfrls to all the other debu-
Harness, found that her head was lesson. It takes 15 minutes and Vacani pauses at that'C "Mv
wedged between two barrels of costs a guinea, and In it even BwecUiea, it is imsossihle to
gha (turn to page 2, the most awkward of girls get the My"
- *> fu" ir'sltu,cUo,,- fn( .^^ B' back in the 'thirties there
In Ihe tiny Mayfair drawing- was that lovely girl Cceil:a Keppel
THE appointment of a Tibetan room, two chairs are arranged to (Ladv Cecilia McKcnna nowi
nobleman to captain lhe represent lhe thrones in Ihe great ,,ers waj( a curts |o ^.^^^
A'anderers is dismissed by '10 'c ^.^lace .f And Crania Guinness, now Lady
Pravada as an attempt of Fascist- W ',hor fu," f*F Mlss. Vacani Normanby. who had her first babv
CSprUUst elements to keep cricket Q**. ^^ll^LJi'Jf,IFI^^' '"! monlh-ahe was a graceful
non- ^&*S^&i$, 'wa'sanothe^-Cd^ghtS'S;
They are "unfeminlnc." They
should have no place In the de-
butante's plan for gracious living.
Miss Vacani abominates them.
"Except perhaps." she conceded,
"lor yachting- darlino."
-i..r..s
Two Hono-Iulus
nlng gown, train,
of ostrich feathers on hi
Does this make It
'.Jl-yT curtsy gracefully? "Not
rays Miss Vacant.
t all."
Said one of
violir
EXPLOSION FOR FISH-TANK
FORECAST
sweep of her hand, and skipped
away as busy as a bird to attend
to two slightly bcw'llcred ClsMrtl
awaiting her in the next room.
In 30 years she has instructed
WHEN Mrs. Reculver, 61 (b) thousands.
Sebostopol Villas. West The curtsy is taught In one umtes?
proletarian. A special article by
Oak Ite-crii Icatsn Muiov
gayg that the bats on their way
to Lhasa are sabotaged bats left
on the hands of United Nations by
American agents, and that the
handles come off at the lightest
touch. Balls dropped by parachute
In the Himalayas were found to
be half sawn through In the
middle.
(TOMORROW: What Is Wrong
With Chinese Cricket? by Ah
Long Hop.)
TED: This meat tastes of
kerosene.
DORIS: That's the Snlbbo, dear.
TED: I thought Snibbo was a
tuvc-polish.
DORIS: So it is.
(A week later.)
TED: If the stove likes Snibbo
;& much as I do 1
(Both laugh heartily.)
SHORTLY after reading about a
man who was knocked down
by .. (rain, picked himself up.
"and walked along the line Into
U,e Station, followed by Um tvam.'
I came across un advertisement
for a book called The Beauty of
Old Trains, lt was "by the author
of Four Main lines Some Classic
Locomotives, and Trains 1 have
1-oved."
The train which followed that
man was just the sort of train
I could love. It probably answers
lo his whuSle by now. As for
beauty, give me the 7.S4 from
Bunsley to Crockmarsh, when the
westering sun gilds Its door
handles.
fror,
Perdila Blnckwood. learned he
IEANIN0 against surfboards at
Walklkl Beach In Honolulu are
two Hawaiian candidates for top
honors in different beauty con-
tests. Al left U Beverly Rivera,
who will be "Miss Hawaii" in the
"Miss America" competition at
AllaoUc City. N J. Al right Is Elsa
Kananionapua Edsman, who goes
to the "Miss Universe" pageant in
Long Beach. Calif., aa "Miss Ha-
waiian Islands" ffhuriialional)
Molts
your hall say Welcome'.
ILLUSION-BY
A MIRROR.. .
~V-v^~v^
fty ROGER SMlTHCLLS
*"|^Hi nail glvei
I impression ol
* ii i dreary on
It i
your guests the first
ol your home Don't make
--j one
Wursi uroblem is tne narrow nan k- -p
u empty as possible Rely un clever use
en colour and wall treatment to give n gaiety
D.. nm use violent large scale patterns on
alls n iaor:c* in a cramped space
.....'",* '"'""""l* Pictures ifhrnei pni.s vos
noil nunis (intrii.iiiro miiiiaturrs eic i atilch
iiivii* dose mspeciion Use targe mirrors for
ad-d SfTUM hi space Kememoer vertical stripes
m ..ii- itp .video *ieio*ir. horuonial sinpes
leaefS sirtpes across a narrow floor
make mem appest wioei
(he i'inB -n.>. ho* io give charactei to
'.rio'Tririow^p'0"^ *M N" "* 'Um'-
tali i a tile l a Kiotf nsrrow sneli pitiioied io
ine ami iii aimlr biackela Large, secondhand
mm ironsJunk sn.v letiecis right and gtva.
an liluainn ol added pace
Arransemeni \l n-ver onnu
'li 'lei'ora'ive mounts and
tmmes adds iile to she wall
treatment Broaa snelf aOove
the front duoi lispiavs coloured
flia-i. ah:ch gleam* and sparkle*
again" the fanll|ht
Woke fhem plain
W ALL-IO WALL fl
mailing nas sir:
ninmng ... i
.li
Eaposcd mss oi cua'a mia
nats are not attraciive ideal
Out cosily soluuoo is tail
< it with
sliding doors. oi a cuoooard
under the st:rs ma* Be fitted
w.'h ciectnc i;oht and nooks for
coats and hais
mg the na
Plain u*a(<
sense of .
ceiling n.
lernod -.,.
seem wider.
ails inerease the
and space The
deiiratel' pat-
Make it useful
A;
Use a gay luQnc to conceal
(ne coais ana mask the curia.:.
runners .>h a scalloped hard
ooard oelmet Dainted to match
F i section of the nanBinit
space ai one end with wall hooks
to lake all the hats
London Express Sarvirc
SHELF olUg*ea to
ine wan sit vms.
from the noni coald
oe low eiiougn io diapiaj nmvers.
glass, and china and high
enaugn to allow coats oeiow
We'll soon have
that better
with
WITH CASHMERE BOUQUET FACE POWDER
* Soil featured
* DoUaiely patlumed
* Cothmers Bowquol Foca foda'
givai o otn imooth Imtih
* Clifiga lightly, evenly, lo*
lattteg lovetiieii
fACf POWOfl IV
C#<>&K*tC ^jotlOMZt^
ASEPTIC OINTMENT
Germolcnc Ointment soothes
and penetrates. It protects skin
injuries, rashes, scalds, and
insect bites from the
entry of harmful bacteria,
and stimulates healing.
Keep a tin handy for
family use.
FOR
SCALDS, RASHES,
BRUISES,
ABRASIONS, Etc.
GERMOLENE soulhes at a touch
heals in record tinu. Obtuinafiu everywhere.
Supplies of Old Cottage Lavender
perfumr, so.ip and talcum arc
available at your beauty-counter now !
Nowhere will you find truer, more
exciting Lavender than that
which comes Co you direct from
Lngland in the famous
Crossmith green bottle.
I,ItOSSM11II
aouDtmuavTcao:
g. A. BgXJAMIM LTD., P.O SOI 97, R1DOSIOWN.


MMi\l JtLV . 1M1
SI'NDAV ADVOCATf
I- K.I
l! MY PIN-UP MPs
by l.ihi-ii Acru/I
. seeking an answer to
the question: How elegant
is a Tory Government ?
COLLEGE GIRLS
. . 7 IO f ili. in in -i \\......ii Onlj* |>r--r . .
; n-kiiiK if lll< .lllllllll ..|ll II ill. llll.ll III
COLLEGE MEN
LONDON UNIVERSITY s Eed-
imd CoUaae U a oolleee foi
wwai only U hu bMn a college of Education
!., *,uiu(. only ever ( it wm Stu-'enta*
HI lOKIT KINOftLll
!. | .
I hat their fit
Tin rwtlilnil iif lln ruin tfeeli
Norvrlla ForBtrr. iv that the]
eXI j.i
i Mould
a it hi n reach ..f those homr*
A MORE cheerful tie display glad-
dened, the Government froot
bench on Parliaments first
working day s.nce court mourning
ended.
ed Government slnoa tat*
.. mm
Only iwo
l" dau. :.Jaid ol elegant.-*
ol -lie tailor.11* trade b
' l l IIvn I \1 mister ol
"'-' la i. advi irin.iif Uj
. -. h. ...mu.v : -Uo to thr
l>r,t tailor. M. Uvoaik bold lass. aln*le-

founded in 1848 by a widow Jf Salisbury reading honour-
named Mrs Elizabeth Jessie Hold. Phi inistry, would like ben to oV
Hut now the girls of Bedford Puie academic research when th- A feu ,i aba |lrl> ! arc asking would It not bo b>t- is aualirled. tfaged during their time st the
lor for us to admit men itisaeni* "Power girla study for pleasure I'm vend ty There i- no rule
a) well' 'iw than did before the war. ||HM fc ""' As students 1
are 740 undergraduate-'* a>< th,. Principal Tin- irv.ii f.ilked la (*.*. ! what tin >
:hat about najont) of them receive som raUajI a "ffjr a| engagement
half of then* ate in favour of i*ul ia* train while studying. rmfl dm mt; the past lew wreek
drrultms m What nre they like, these 740 reading for an Arts degree as an still studying.
Wdiou*. IWU w.nen? I put tho stuu>ina science. There are 18 d>- About 200 of the ghla at Bed-
to their Principaldark, pan nenta ,rf learning in th* Col- lord are *ao resonance." OptnJoi
tved Hfiss Nmah Pension, leg* and subjects ranguut from *.ine-i M u> whether or D
a doctor of philosophy of Oxford. Middle Dutch to Fonrt-n Strati- helped them In their iHldsll H
.11 our stu- Rniphy appear in the syllabus ileiilf. these days are very serious Then- are 95 un the teaching sUil about a tlfth of their nunabar reall>
jbnut then- careers, though I sup- nui luughly half of those pra Ipusasd tbejaeglvai arltt-
pQH most of them hope fur mar- mei. actlvttlea. about Hal
ria#ie In Ihe end." Of the Art* students, 36 peg portion a* In mean" college*. thc>
I.... 'mii: Ahead cent M ** become leaches s, the thought; the rest had U. of g.t
" partlt'tpetion In coUofdati
I K'tod aensa ol .sivle 1 _
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\ >ih'.irian lor so oiaiu vea.-s Per
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in wool.
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Hhow ulira-nne ligiiiaeigm so i
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wool rousltn and iace
lir parade u being lased afan
10-nnht Del or i i
Ci:oure*ter tor KB mien
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a sari even.ii/ ] edged with mr
So Beadi Siw I immi ti
a ana wh*:* flr.e worvert ma aiiouior even:ns fowr. AorKec -,t,e .uu;K ,,
*lth whi:e rafTIs ifower.
RNCE sent an evening Bogl in TIPPtTS. Jl)
ftlx'e iKeun above i \

.lain
..I ironi Dencn
n*.- draped ;Lh Vjc-
onan aoid .-ham* One mem
net Hoiu.r^ Ministar Harold
IM Mil I \S IMOUD ihs
i iM-irl tiepin
tOWLERS, HOMBURGS
> N nOM \l ji saggj j
u-1.1... m :. huu viacouni
u I \ \MH K ut -neuiain*
"neJTben
i;a t Duncan
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ip I) ii um ins nail*
i a nav\ mm* D:n-&-r,pe suit and
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ol blacK and white
and uia.-a com
run" ironi-oencnei
,. *i*a.-.-. a oow-
iin.uuiK Bowlai
tevoter War Mm.t AniOQV
ii mi ii. an rareT)i w uaried
roil no i>vt leii making an
m underncarh arna
1 while *.
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lens cocfctai. dreas. wornwiui a K1
.ttae fleere bolero : turned with - "P,pjL
aauslly tsw.ored nav -
Tiflde m a fasr'nallns (totd woo
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Bla.it
Mr Pr-r- ;
aast p i
daaaiiiig white
marks to
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Mr emptv
The careers they are asrtous fWu-e was murlj higher P"**
about vary I talked to sU wo- "*! " P1*^',1*1 l*,**-'1***^1
.wen student*-the word "alrl" Is work though_ thU tovatvgg fW
frowned upon-round a table One *' *i* n. A.im. Digon, from Seaford, Susaex. InfMalter taking a dagree.
i.-.S.wHolugy.h octal work in mixe.1 boys' and nearly all aim at lnUualiy. there
girl' rfubs evoiitualLy. Another, are .. grval many niora opeiungv
Uremia Hancock, from Haywardg f' "n theie th-n before the
Hoaih, n-ading French, wanted to war. The magic woed Is reasarch
work; amoUK iwfu in Indu. N"*t "' trje*- ru-Is would Ike to
PglesUns A South African girl, Chrisunc acientllc researcn.
W^tr-.-n. inan Jotiannoaburi. hopas Home1 and Away
journalist- third yaor GuIs tfoiug uilo mdustry as, *a> .
stud-nt. Naiu-y Drew, from s*-leiiiu40, an- likely lo oaru mon
Wantage, llerkn. wanted lo be a than, for uiaUuiee, toaihers. "But
geologist with tho Colonial De- the salary they can aapeut does buck of their mind* Marriage
velopmenl Corporation; a girl from not very often determino then
the Isle of Man, Anne QuUliam, choiee," said the Healdent Tutor.
..... to teach at the Institute Mrs Wilemait. an MA. ol Qsfoid
. tT.nrv
Hlue kluekuup-' They thought
Ihe ngurc would bs In 0
i^ eight or ten per eent It II
.iidKult t.i know. beeauM1 if they'll-
i.-ally like thai yOU wouldn't ev.
*et' them, thev'd alwitys !- work
Enm"
My vurdiet Mit at the |Ul
..t Be.ifo,d rasjard th. n unlww-
-ity course as young man regard
'"Ml-.n ni' , .ii.i i Ni-.ii in n
Poreea--aomethini: lo give Ihel
oaekgiound. nUtua. subatanr<'
I'liilnSCtOi U. ht them later foi an
ther eaieer Th-' '""'r at Un-
WOH1U iMl'VKK.III I
sisvan
L.E.H.
Honours To The Women
Bcarrley Hbaxlrr
. ! the godi
truthfulness of lifM. .
cheered Neville Chamber-
hin he came back from
h, and a few days later
ai'"i lun. for having gon<
But his reputation will
the alander tnotvjsrs.
a hoping thai, sonu' of thaw*'
Mrs. Chamberlain will
me to tell the full story o'
: ..opened on Uie tught that M.-i*U-i- nuaband nstumed frat.'
h. It is a hidden chapter I '
y that clamours for Un
I H.l IUI
LUNiiitN showeu a red i
BEAMTIE' -- "JfOGRAPHS
IS TH1Y OIT RIADY to participate in the Miss Universe beauty pageant
finals at Long Beach, Calif., these contestants sutograph each othar'a
programs- They art (1. to r.): Carolyn Carlew, Japan; Hinako Kojinta,
Jsean, and L*eh McCartney. Australia. (faieriuiltoBal Soundphoio)
Concert
At St.
Patrick's
H iiobeit j.u>un[h ol Tiuudad
and Miss Gloria Selby. who sane
In duet, "Wanting You", hlgh-
lighkii tha Concert at Bt Putrick's
Schin.l, JcmmotU lame. <, Bfgdr
nesday night Tlu (i,nu.i ana
held in aid uf the Oi'ljuii llepul
Fund.
It was i.m aaa|) attended and
. i.....-> u* bat
i.i tha wall ui'iungcd proKiiimma.
All Ihe irtieti
On the programnu' Mlsa Gloria
Selby sang "At Dawning"; Mrs.
Olga Cola, Suii.v.1
Mrs Monica It udder, Jus.1 A
I You atobari Jaungh,
My Heart and V and "I Lovt
Thee". Cedrie Phillips, "Don't Cij
. Mis. Cynthia Selby
,also sang.
Sketches wgrg by -ludy Urahom
! .
nuillpf recited. A Saw S-.lo was
ajven by Ben Gibson.
Many members of Si. Patrick's
Chun h and their friends are look-
ing forward to such concert* being
held i ogularly.
LET us talk of famous woumu.
Last Thursday night 1 dlnad at
Walter aUliote houas In Lord and ilteie were lots of othei
North-wtfeet, where a prlvataly not..i.lea to steal ttse applaud
uuUlled divlswu bell enables him but d was her name that receive. I
lo get back to Waatminslor ha the ovation
tune (o register lus vote.
It was a small dinner of live. Hi
Out nut without an historic sic- Th*)
niheance. That afternoon our host lain
had roLuivud the Companion of Mm.
Hmiuui uialgrua from bar lhl
Majeaty, thus maJung him the *!
newest ul that small, diatin- out!.
gujafaj d "iu*'i I
But at tiu' uule was Mlaa atoyi
Violet Maikhain, who was the """
llnsl to be so honoured. Thirty- wha
live years saperaled tbese good her
Companion* in the awardlnc of Mun
the medal which bears these hlsl<
words: hlfn'
in ikn.,'. j.uihfui
And in honour clear. .,
. Now let ua break the mond ano
We an.- all ihe products of our ,aJk, * famous man who. In u
.ui'i.ior and I suspect that ""U.1' sluiineful moment, na.
Violet Markliaiu'a alrengUi of attained an ignominy oiilj
purpose .ame from her grand- H|Ua",'l by the Guardsman who
father. Joseph Paxton droppe.i hu. rule on parade.
He was the gardener at Chats- * Saturday week Hi Walte
laTth, the home of the Monekton. that suave, aulJiig
Devonahiro family, and ended up ""l*" ^bable Uwyor and MM
huildhig the Crystal pabsce -*" Labour, went to Oxford
the 1851 Exhibition and bein * **>* Df ** d*f!f-
duly kiughled Whether he deserved it or no'
Mm Martohaiu luu, always kept ''' ll"' 'e"*"'!* earned "
her maiden name, although. In " n"' "**" l*n"K
fact, she L Mm Jamas Car- ,*M'
rut her*. veers.
Hi i record of '!! actlviUos
would reed Uke an official hat of A' ''* *"-*'*". **"**
pUbUe buards She has sat on "' Hlhfc'"- P"* nUjl
counlleas cummitUea, has boon a
JOunciUot and a inn lie has
founded wttlasnanla, and even
oontested a parlianianUry elec-
tion, but without success, thus
proving thai virlue and good
works do not necessarily aupply
a golden key to Waatnunlstar.
been standing counsel (n"
Uie University for man.-
Thr I **siug
IVl-hapa it does not matUr
nueh tlwl exactly 33 yearn ago
. 'U ul-) two hiijllialiiiivn took
i* in a plane to make Itie mail.
_ usplred garablu of flylnc IhOj
hich win dashed IiltU", but mad* : ",lh Atlantic.
1 --und. What were then names'.' Pet 1
Eventually, however, he saw an haps on a basis of 20 question* ..
oed that he would dalivei
la- Addreaa In Latin. "You can
augh st the jokes ha said.
Sir Walter did tils beat with
ii. . Lutin as he could summun.
It waa hluic Qaagaa V Who Heated "> Order of the Com- ,,a,, a>|ad u sentence with a
panloti of Honour in 1817, and u*'ittc hourtsh. and Moncklon
Bf those who wore then selected let QUt loud Ht,r Hal Har
mm l^dy of Good Works waa the Thel* * m br""aad
first to receive It. llence. II waa awful. Everyone
II". splendidly those words Lari'' Sb* WalU-r had laughed
"In ... i. ... faithful and In honour "' the ^u", *>*anui moment In "
clear." ring out above tha clamour lhc whole addreaa' If you see a
of a discordant world, haggard fallow akulking along '
tho shady side of a quiet laaidon
ll**r wrrrl treet you will know who it Is.
Earlier In Ihe day at the Liter TeSMBMs. TflUIIO
ary Luncheon there was another Pny alienee for Warrant I
famous woman, Mrs. NawOla ontoer W. Luflman, H.A.E.C i
Lhamberlaln. atlachad to the Royal Horse f
She waa only one of tho guests. Guards, Windsor.
it of citizens iiilghl Ond the
... "CI
Iii two or throe yeare there will
* a statue to them st London
\irport, where no one will see it.
I have raised this matter
'f-n-v, both In this column and
ii Parliament, but only by per-
".fence can the oflli ial mind !>
lolled Into action.
Once more. My Lords and
Members of the House of Com-
......m will you please remove the
kc of Cambridge and his hors*-
m Whitehall and give us
;- L.E.S.
Illark is on -and iIm-> rr
ii-*inu novel 1.1In itm for
swi.Msriis
U
Susan Deacon's News for Women
]
AS unexpectedly as it ajn
re.iionblack u out lir
eatfi a plain Olack s r.
The uniform of all amart *i>i
American women aurr i i
lltmtt women wore it in *
nejti i
gJifc di xamen as
.isual were alow to
"Bnu's.'
aafej
heach T u r e I v oaie
I reen or
yenow) is nicer I'
. .y thoy. too
rgfland for uo apparent
oaachwaar. For three
lite* .swinuuit baa been
.en un all amart beaches.
lbs tanactae and Miami.
south, and on the Italian


oae of those
n^nion somersault*
hich a.inout *m ihe
alien We have only
uif uoaa has bmughi at
natertal
wl'nuitU uiirn s,c .l
Tliu I'arw snop< sie
Dg *ini.


. .i ;< nrodet
lit with
a drrp .amiknicKri


tnd
I ., !.
lavei .ike
Ha walls
Jen i in dungarees
S
ihnre ntiarl
tiU.
lengti
Boauty porilt
id
nowtt u
l.4HOk *<-m'
I
I Loaena -Wrs /fioa
Your conunenta," lie wrilea
'on the music played at th'L
I'looulnn the Colour are typlcul
l ih.. immf.ained I haibag thfll
leie hears on such occasiona."
That's the stuff for the troop-
lo give the iidunmiM
I shudder u> think." he go**
on. "what .. Mow mnreh U. 'Land
of Hopu and Olury* would haw
dona to Her Majesty's Tut*
......i-i-- '
I like hu spirit but deny lu*
iiKUineiit Tihi in.ni> in41itar>
marche- are miutcally banal.
Perhaps that la why Hitler
hoso "The March of the
for the tremen-
lutis climax of the lust Nurem-
larg i ally, when a vast srmy of,
young Nazi Idiots and Idealist^
marched past his throne.
The greatest fuiaprsl inanli
ever written is the one.
in WaMnafs "(WitU-rdaminerung,"
.ilfhough It would lose something
if "i.nni in atrict ttma
lliulotfua-
It happened on Wi^lnesday uinl
of courae, In Mayfalr. Mr. Noel
Coward and a politician who;
(.hall be nameless met and shook
hands
COWARD (OJwtously) Some-
thing has happened to you. What -
., BT
PQUTICAN: I have lost m.
tnouataoha
COWARD tsynpothetkallv)
You must rise abOVu 11
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si wee ii-m.
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in.lr.1,1 ..I
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lb.
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f.i*n(ini nek* i ikefa
U lUhi never a <
.n 4 mm mi ih'ir hair
UM lu (< a oldaa's prali
Aflrr a lew n.....th. m tni.
Ih* hair saeei I kr ttlrr
One worn hi I . ; of inad
ih nuh
itu iii.i ni< i u J ^
hadlv bun lar.si scar.
Having a baby
BH HKNItY 1< il ' Ul 1 ssd
. :. .
iat wee< umde a :
ittaa ira who uu.m on
hav.ns
"lo lmpreaa the neitnanum '
He .-.a-J : III.- *
to rcail In Ihe paper*
baby waa Ooro ;u BUtl s i utal
hack
i fid uur- '..
- i pblx>ry we ougnt to do a*g|
I
nae i
D Utd s W'W.an
t imri'r.f home
... a '-hild?
I .'! .

Shrinking
nD . thr
in tb WO..I i
ics ol
hi .

nd a
I nshsm dress up to
aataaj made tu
u .i Hill ilirooah Paili
i imp tlma nil manufacturer! l>
I 'i.tl.rt tkVb CO
I ilopi.
'ttould auiiii-ii !< pfpared
>\ -:i | tl
4 ask"-! u i V..
ink law
L
I

a4*s
TALC
so intimately yours
By BOURJOIS
FACT POWDER ROCCE PERI' at I
;OLD UUAH VAMiHINO cRtAU UKILL:
LIPSTICK
HAIR CRJ..U*
60 Countries aay
* More Clark* Chitilrvn'm Sandal*,
pleu.
All ovgr the world mother 'eel satiified ft* thay net
Clark* Ch.idr^n's Sandal.
What*', behind this long-t<- ted rrpuiaiion?
Ftnaat, rtchati leatl .,'..,.
a dione o( width flUingi vcientific
di|n oa'.ed on ihousands if test
maaiuremanu . Clark i
fashioning which
footwear last so "new." v>
long .
Over 126 year-, behind tr
H WKatr you ail
want them . .
'PLAY-UP'
IC~-IoaMs sandals
c s i clam ho
LOCAL AGfNTV ALIC SUStfLL A CO.. gARBAOOS
recommended
fa infant feeding
KI.IMiMit.jlfurinrjmlce.tM.1; It1) ihrgyg
pure, vid jml unilorriily niHiinhiii|; KI.IM *up-
Eius the taapoftant food atscodau Deaoad i-i
ibiaa its grow uions; and lieilthy. And KIIM la
tcadil) dige* nd -another aaipoiiani hatur
-i Above all. Kl IM is dtp*nd*U,. U'l oot surpria.
ing that mi many Mothers pitfai u|
1. KLIMii awre. tola milk
2. KLIMkctpvw.thoutrefriqeratloa
3. KLIM quality is oiwoyt uniform
4. KLIM If oiMllaat for growing chlldreR
5. KLIM adds aourltanMBt to cookad dishes
KLIM IS MCOMMIN0ID OI INFANT PII0INSI
SwWlU
"tS?
klim::, MILK


pace nr.iiT
SUVDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, JULY i 12
BARR\D0SA ADVSCATE
i .>--Jh***---------f--------'
rrl.M* kr Ik* A4-.HM C*.. Ltd BC M.MVM***
MiimU.>. July t, 12
\ I uh was mad.- ;u ..liable by
Ihi Editor* ai Canada's Hansard for the
impose of helping the House of
v to Improve upon the obviously
factory way In which reports or de-
.ade locally.
11 members of the Canadian
House of Commons and two official lan-
1 i mil and English are spoken, but
ir.nst df the speeches are in English. To re-
port the procedure of the House of Com-
mons English and French staffs are
employed.
Tha EilgHafl staff comprises an Editor of
Debates who ll chief of the Reporting
Branch, 1 Assistant Editor, seven Parlia-
mentary Reporters. 1 Senior Reporter of
Committees and 4 assistant parliamentary
reporters Parliamentary reporters report
debates of the House of Commons and
Assistant Parliamentary reporters report
proceedings of standim; and special com-
'1 iMie can be no comparison between the
ii House of Commons -which is in
permanent session daily and the Barbados
A">embly which meets once
v.e< kly and which enjoys frequent vaca-
tions. But the small size of the English de-
bates staff (the French is much smaller)
' that tatfpi numbers of reporters
are unnecessary for verbatim reports of
Assembly.
What Is required ia proper organisation
and understanding of the procedure to be
adopted. That organisation and understand-
ing is veiv lacking in Barbados and during
Tuesday's debate according to a report in
the Press. Mr. R G. Mapp came nearest to
bow matters can be set right.
it hods to be adopted were, as men-
tioned above, published in the Advocate of
April 5, 1951.
First, local methods of recruiting House
rapertan leave much to be desired. In Can-
ada re'viteis are appointed after competi-
tive examination held under the auspices
of the Civil Service Commission.
Secondly, each reporter ought to be pro-
vided with an expert typist. House report-
er in Canada dictate their material direct
tn tha typist and committee reporters use
dictating inachmes
Thiidlv, House reporters ought to take
turns oJ 10 many minutes each. In Canada
sin reporters take turns of ten minutes each
BBd every ten minutes a bell rings as a
, the next reporter to take his turn.
If i\ reporters are adequate for the Cana-
dian House of Commons, surely three are
more than adequate for the Barbados
House vi Assembly and Legislative Coun-
cil together.
i e m stem of reporlintf debates in
the two legislative houses needs revision.
A civil sei vant of no less standing than the
present clerk to the Legislative Council
Ought to be appointed editor and Chief of
the Reporting Branch of the joint legisla-
ture. Ho would employ three reporters and
three typists and these three reporters
WOUld take for 20 minutes and dictate to
tvixsts for forty minutes throughout the
meeting of each House of the Legislature.
This would only be practicable if the House
of Assembly and the Legislative Council
met on different days. This could easily be
arranged. The important point to be estab-
Bd is that there is no necessity what-
ever for any shorthand notes to be taken
way Inim the Public Buildings by rpport-
n liven two reporters working thirty
minute gbjftl can dictate a large proportion
of their notes to expert typists during the
thirty minutes in which they are not taking
notes.
The present sy.stem of note taking is
thoroughly inefficient. A reporter is ex-
pected to take notes for hours and then to
transcribe thent without any aid from a
typist. It is not surprising that the notes
are taken home
What is surprising and even shocking
is the state of affairs described by Mr.
lalma who is reported to have said on
Tuesday that reporters had "to transcribe
into the King1! English what was not prop-
til> explained or spoken in the House by
some honourable members."
If this is true. Barbados* system of re*
porting politicians speeches must be unique
in the British Commonwealth and is cer-
tainly contrary to the English or Canadian
Hansard traditions.
In the Canadian House of Commons
member! are permit ted to see their speeches
in typescript in the Debates Office before
are sent to the printers. It is a rule of
the House that only minor corrections or
alterations may hi' made. All such changes
ed by the Editor before being in-
e irponted Into the copy which goes to
the printer. By ten o'chx-k the following
'ling the printed Hansard is delivered
to tbi House of Commons.
The weakness of the present system of
l in the House of Assembly
and the Legislative Council therefore lies
*-J
Each reporter nuist. be provided with an
vpist and reporters must take notes
for periods not exceeding twenty minutes
except in nn emergency when a maximum
of one hour is possible. '
Three reporters are adequate for both
Houses of the Legislature, but arrange-
ments must be made to avoid simultaneous
f the two Houses.
One Editor who would be Chief of the
Reporting Branch must oe appointed to
supervise the work of the three reporters
and the three typists and to ensure that
members do not make other than minor
corrections to their speeches.
It will be the Editor's responsibility to
see that reporters and typists complete
their copy before leaving and there will
then be no question of copy going from the
Public Buildings until it is ready for the
printer.
Such a procedure will mean that copy
can be given to the printer on the same or
at latest the following day after debates
in the House or Council.
The mechanics of ta/ping are also import-
ant. The typewritten copy for the printer
in Canada is prepared on a "set" which con-
sists of an original sheet, a stencil and a
blue sheet. The set is perforateu near the
top and when the copy comes from the
reporter it is separated, the original going
to the editor, the stencil to the duplicating
machine and the blue sheet to the outside
office for use of members. The stencil sup-
plies thirty copies to the press gallery fui
information of the Press but it cannot be
quoted as Hansard.
Fortunately for Barbados the Speaker of
the House of Assembly is shortly going to
spend a month in Canada where he will
have the opportunity to check the accuracy
Of the above Information with the Editor
of Canada's Hansard who as far hack as
Match 1951 expressed his willingnes to
assist ihe Barbados House of Assembly and
whose account of Canadian Parliamentary
Reporting methods was published in the
Advocate of April 5, 1951.
Mulilr (iiriTiin
IT IS interesting to compare an account
of "markets of the British Caribbean" pub-
lished in the New Commonwealth of June
9, witn a talk on "Strains on the sterling
area" published in United Empire (the
Journal of the Royal Empire Society) for
May-June.
Wheieas. Mr. Starck. the United King-
dom Trade Commissioner for the Eastern
Caribbean considers that the rise in the
area from .1115 million of imports in 1938
to 70 million in I95ti merits serious atten-
tion, Sir Frederick Leith-Ross takes quite
another view of the United Kingdom's rela-
tion to colonies.
Sir Frederick quotes Professor Arthur
Lewis' recent statement that "for the tlrst
time since free trade was adopted in the
middle of the nineteenth century the Brit-
ish Colonial system has become I major
means of economic exploitation." And the
reason for Professor Lewis' statement,
which Sir Frederick acknowledges to be
based on facts is due to the relatively new
system of exchange controls by which "The
United Kingdom continues to claim the
products of the sterling area by payment of
s. and in s, that are not convertible
and which cannot always be used here for
obtaining the goods they need: these s.
remain hanked in London and during the
past few years their purchasing power has
been steadily draining away."
The West Indies; it is known, are not big
dollar earners for the sterling area but
their receipts from oil, tourism, sugar and
some other products probably exceed their
allocation of hard currency. To some
extent therefore they can be included in
the criticism which is levelled by Professor
Arthur Lewis against the British Colonial
system. But Sir Fredfick cites Malaya
which during the tlrst nine months of 1951
earned $350 million but only spent $44
million. And he remarked that the pres-
ent arrangement in Malaya is unlikely to
be maintained if Malaya gets a system of
self-gcvernment.
Whereas, Mr. Starck is quite happy
drawing the steep rise in the value of East-
ern Caribbean imports to the attention of
the British exporters while trving to ex-
plain away our adverse balance of trade
by mentioning our earnings from invisible
exports and the flow of capital into the
area.
Mr. Starck is far more optimistic than
Professor Beasley who inclines rather to
the view that in Barbados anyhow import*
have been paid for partly by savings and
investments which are probably diminish-
ing.
Sir Frederick and Professor Beasley are
much better guides for Barbados than Mr.
Starck.
"Not until we have a sterling which
is freely convertible into gold will there
be any safeguard for the standard of life
either of people here or of the ether peoples
in the sterling area. Social security is mean-
ingleM unless it is based on a secure and
stable currency. Without that stable cur-
rency any welfare state is built on sand."
These two sentences of Sir Frederick
ought to be framed and used as arguments
by all those who are seriously concerned
with the effect that the most recent ex-
change controls are having in the British
Caribbean. Instead of being ;.sked to pull
in our belts and to fight inflation as the
United Kingdom, Australia and other self-
governing mcmlx'is of the Commonwealth
are doing we are heini^ invited to spend
more on British goods, or in other words to
increase local inflation. Great Britain could
no more have intended this than she in-
tended to accumulate 908 million from
colonial sterling balances in the 3^4 years
ended in June 1861. But there seems very
little concern about it in London and much
apathy here.
The* Man
Who IW|iN
All lidos
Laughing
NATHANIEL GUBBINS
jg^ft^
fr-**. l"-*****!
1 w^ 4 u
a "J3 aV aaar^ l W
v ^^ I \\
Jennifer, the hen that laid
ten eggs In 45 minutes at
Ilod>more Heath Farm.
Warwickshire, or. May 26.
died 25 hours afterward*.
WHEREVER hens are gath-
ered, whenever hnu may
peak
The lair of little Jennifer shall
pus from beak to beak
And hrnir who rut'T gave their
best shall look the other way
To heat of one who gave her
all aoon after Empire Day.
In darkened neit the rat alone
u-hllc lien* look In to mock:
Much yd;,- r h*Ki uith birarln
eyes for any pairing cock.
'Poor Jennif.-r:' the-y lauphed
aloud. "Poor Jennifer," ihey
aid.
'All work, no plow, no boys,
no date* the might ai u-ell
be dead.'
So aiUU'er ramp from Jet nifer.
<> u-ord escape, I her dcak
Although a single glistening
lear ran down her leather vd
cheek,
When spring has wised she
knew Uial eggi mutt be tti
hor( supply
To brfdav ihe gap the gave
her all soon after Empire
Dye
So tags shall be unfurled for
hen HO muted drumi shall
roll
No parson speak a word for
her, no villaae bell shall toll
For on. who nape for lilttc life
'she had no more to give)
Except tier humble offering
that we on eggs imuhl lire.
Scholar At Home
When carelessly you eat pour
. mi. it .1 'i. fili'd. boih-d it
fried
Allow a moment for a thought
for one who gladly died
Wiili bearing heart, but unafraid,
u'ith calm and steady eye
Mecausv eke loi'od her country
more soon after Empire
Dye.
"I often reitret my univer-
sity education because I sus-
pect It prevents me from en-
tering with zest into family
small talk and my wife's
material interests.'*
Letter lo a newspaper.
ISNT that Just like fit
Vi, dear?
You know Vi who had her
inside Ui"
No. dear.
I nl it like her lo eo to th
dentist now they're charging 1
Ai I don't know VI, dear, I
wouldn't know if it is like her
or not.
For weeks she's been koIiik
about with a face like n bnlloon.
Sin could nave had it for no-
thing. Now she'll have to pay
for it.
Am t lo understand one is
now fined for hawnfl a face
like a ballwu'.'
Don't UH me that with all
your Oxford education you've
never heard of the National
Health. And she's going to have
twins on top of It.
On lop of what, dear?
On top of all her teeth taken
out It's not pleasant to have
twins without teeth.
/ didn't know ll made any
difference.
After all that 1 expect they'll
he born funny, too.
Funny in what way. dear?
1 wonder if they'll be like her
or their father?
If a maternal resemblance
means that they will be bom
comedians with faces (ike
balloons and no fnsides, I think
iMMtM br hrtfer for all con-
i if (hey were like their
father.
Unable Seamitn
YOUR Uncle Nat has forgotten
the name of the peer who
said, in the House of Lords. "We
dont want another Nat Gubbins
Home Guard"; also the name of
the general who said "The Home
Guard must not be laughed at."
But he has not forgotten the
remarks. Therefore, the Home
Guard will be deprived not only
of the flattest-footed private
wear ammunition boots,
but a lot of much-needed pub-
licity.
people who live in little worlds
of their own have no Idea of the
: iv.n the lew solemn
forms of publicity.
Whal tha Army (if you can
call it the Army) has lost, the
r**ivy (if you can call It the
Navy) will sain now that their
Uncle has joined the Royal Naval
Mlnewatching Service.
From now on Unable Seaman
Gubbins will loll you from time
oi his adventures In a
anrtci which is regarded, by
those who ought to know, as
more Important than the Home
Guard. So there
Already he has been favour-
ably impressed by the hearty
welcome given to the flrat mine-
watchers of The Nore at Chat-
ham.
Even If it Is the first time he
ever joined a corps with women
in it, it Is also the first corps he
has ever Joined which offered
him free beer.
Moreover, as one who has
heard hundreds of pep talks by
Army officers, he can give Ad-
miral Sir Cecil Harcourt, C.-In-
C The Nore. ten marks out of
ten for saying all that was neces-
sary in the fewest possible words.
Although experience tells him
that the frce*becr issue wont
i.isi. tven if the women do, this
unvthiiiK-but-jolly tar, with only
ana wife near one port, felt
jollier in the coach coming home.
The only anag Is the uniform.
Unable Seaman Gubbins might
look respectable enough In blue
battledress but he feels that a
blue beret, worn at his age.
might remind people of one of
icrly French guides sell-
ing those awful postcards.
JOHN'S llll. -II
99
"Softy softy ratch inonkee" [fl
a good old Wesl Indian proverb
of which I am reminded every
time I come back to study the
Hill which seeks to estabh h
system of local government
based on recommendations by
Sir John Maude.
If you turn to page 60 of Sir
John's report you will find a
"summary of recommendations,"
but if you turn to page 35 :md
read part IV of the report which
is entitled "recommendations"'.
you will understand why I am
reminded of the old West Indian
proverb.
Because Sir John begins his
"recommendations" with that
terrible two letter word "If".
"If the view is accepted." he
writes, "that change i' neces-
sary the first nd fundamental
question to be asked and
answered is whether local gov-
ernment in Barbados should
continue or whether the process,
which has bam going on for
Ihe past century, of entrust in*
to the central Government
functions normally discharged
by local authorities should be
carried to Its logical conclusion."
Nobody it seems has answered
that question. Nor did Sir John.
But he committed himself to a
(.inn < tit which seems to have
been generally overlooked.
"I make no doubt", he writes
in Part IV, "that if the present
system remains unaltered the
lux process will con-
tinue as new needs arise for
ajhkh parochial administration
is clearly inadequate, and that
the Vestries and Parochial
Boards in no very long space of
time will become patently
superfluous and will disappear.
To set up a new local govern-
ment system in their place will
be not only more difficult tech-
nically butwhat is far more
important -will require a much
greater effort on the part of all
responsible members of the
community than to allow the
system to lapse whether by
quick or slow stages into Gov-
ernment hands."
I do not think these words of
Sir John Maude have been
Siven the attention they deserve
ecause they sum up far more
than "the summary' of recom-
mendations" his real toallngi
about local government in Bar-
Dados.
"Your Vestry system" he
might have said quite bluntly,
"is not local government at all
as local government is under-
stood In England. Already iho
function of local government.
jr. in Bridgetown education,
police, housing, part* of public
health, highway-, water supply,
bridges, market* and fire ser-
vices are under centml govern-
ment control. Why all this fuss
then about local government ?
Leave them alone and like BO-
PEEP'S sheep Ihe Ve-lnes will
all come home trailing their
tails of poor relief, roads and
church maintenance with them.
But if you people of Barbados
are not prepared to see the cen-
tral government run everything,
if the iaspuinlbU BM tubers of the
community are prepared to
make a much greater effort
then you can have a system of
local government "
Somewhere here Sir John
Maude breaks his train of
thought and when he gets
.round to the all important sub-
ject of qualification for voting
and for membership of new
councils Ihere is no further
reference lo responsible mem-
bers of the community. He Is
recommending opening the vot-
ing to local government councils
and membership of local gov-
ernment councils to anyone of
British nationality aged 21.
Whether a single responsible
member of the community will
ba) returned to councils under
these conditions clearly does not
interest Sir John.
Ha generalises about its being
paradoxical "to regard the
people of Barbados as fit to take
responsibility for their island
affairs but not for parochial
nrYalr*." And this in spile of
his own statement earlier in
iara. 67 of Part IV that "to set
up a now local government sys-
tem In their place will be not
only more difficult butwhat is
far more importantwill re-
quire a much greater effort cm
the part of all responsible
members of the community."
How is that effort to be made
if the responsible members arc
outnumbered by the irrespon-
sible? Truly Sir John seems lo
have led us right ftp the garden
and beyond into the stinging
tactile hushes with these soft
words.
By
George Hunte
ting
of I
ttatement of his which sounds
like a prophecy rising from the
Scotch mists. "I make no doubt
that, if the present system re-
mains unaltered the centralis-
ing process will continue as new
needs arise for which parochial
administration is clearly Inade-
quate and that the Vestries and
Parochial Boards in no very
long space of time will become
patently superfluous and will
disappear."
If (to use the two letter word
Sr which Sir John ihon
ndness in Part IV i the Vestries
jie going lo go in no varj lon|
space of lime, why then give
iiem a parting kick?
"Because." says Sir John, "to
entrust the whole administration
cf local government to the cen-
tral government would be to
impose on it an intolerable
burden."
Yet by the time hr has reach-
et para. US Sir John is reach-
ing up 'or a new note -others
(Will say)", he write*, "tint the
lowers of the new Councils arc
M hedged about with govern-
rnaM controls that the system
ll one of local government in
name rather than substance"
And Sir John Is forced to /linil
that the proposed control by uV
central government undoubted-
ly goes beyond that to be found
in countries like Great Britain
uith long experience of local
admin istr at i on.
This little admission and the
sentence about the people being
fit to take responsibility for
parochial affairs do not seem to
be on all fours. Ho shows that
ha does not really believe the
people will be responsible for
parochial affairs by using the
words, "if a spirit of collabora-
tion towards n common end
exists between the central and
local administrators."
Nii John Maude's report was
dated 18th February 1940 and
he visited Barbados In 1948.
Since then elections under uni-
versal adult suffrage have fur-
ther reduced the effective power
of the British Governor and
thrown the entire responsibility
for government measures on to
the leader of th* Barbados
House of Assemuly. When
therefore Sir John writes about
"genuine differences of opinion
between the government and
the councils" he is thinking in
terms of the Governor-in-Exe-
cutive Committee.
To-day the Governor- in-Exe-
cutive Committee is virtually
dependent on the support of the
Leader of the House of Assem-
bly.
Government controls over the
Councils as proposed in the Bill
based on Sir John Maude's re-
commendations mean that Gov-
ernment controls can only be
exercised through the Govern-
< r-in-Execullve Committee, that
is with the sanction of the po-
UtJeal party which happens to
bo in power. To abolish vestries
which according to Sir John
Maude are doomed lo disappear
soon merely to create district
councils subservient to the po-
litical party in power seems
fatuous.
The vestries and parochial
Boards according to Sir John
Maude are only responsible for
repair and maintenance of
churches and salaries of officers:
poor relief: public henlth: par-
ish roads: provision and main-
tenance of burial grounds and
cemeteries: grants to charitable
institutions and powers peculiar
to Bridgetown, Speightstown
and Holetown.
How will the new councils be
able to carry out these duties
any better merely because
everybody is entitled to vote at
council elections or to become a
councillor? The bill nowhere
speaks of any new duties which
will be carried on by the new
councils.
Nor for that matter does Sir
John. His views on local gov-
ernment are so hedged around
with conditions that only on one
occasion does he let sUp what
he really thinks In para 73 of
PBI1 IV he .-.(.ties "one obvious
course would be to treat the
whole island as a single local
government unit and to concen-
trate all local government ser-
vices in one Council, centred on
Bridgetown." Better. In my
opinion, since Sir John never
seemed once to make up his
mind, leave the vestries alone,
when according to his prophecy
:lt disappear and we'll
have the single local govern-
ment unit (the two legislative
Houses) which he undoubtedly
favoured, despite the "summary
of recommendations" on which
the local government has based
Ita present controversial Bill.
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SCNDAT ADVOCATE
PAC.F VIST
WOVEN FROM THE
GOLDEN FLEECE
II. Will l.\>l I Oltlll > si>:u AMI
You'll And Them nil over Great
Britain and Irelandsome of
mesuuni nit, others impre*t.'ily
large, many so :i
. urvo of a valley
or by the bend of a road. All of
HkfBB are M.1UWoc>;.
engagi-d in the manuf
cloth or specializing m onr uf Its
many phase*; all of them Intent
on a modern presentation of an
ancient craft and nearlj all wMk
generations of family ties among
employers and employees.
Time mi whan the word 'crea-
lion' was ..pplnable to the uni-
verse but it li more readily un-
derstood now in its modern,
euphemistic sense, as plit;tble to
trend in a style conscious world,
'iial markets of which
(.11 it r
The com man aim
.1 i.;UUre <' uvi-
i and Its need to satisfy
*' nperatures fmm
arctic to trouira!
4 a multitude
broken down in imruti
designs, colour^, weights and in a
variety of finishes. To satisfy um
CTiormous demand, an even moro
enormous production of raw mate-
rial is annually forthcoming from
the .great sheep pastures of the
areaM) for convi-:
I then cloth by the clat-
tering mechanism of the woollen
Industry or woollen factories, or
simple little Mills far removed
from the bouncing and high pres-
sure of industrial groups and
combines. They all have Ihis in
common; they are converters of
the golden fleece.

the broki i

.nits, to* train* added uq
mushed
.11 in,. IfJ
In Its natural state, that is to say.
with .i heavy i.M
skin will In thorougniy *a*|

MetCd foe li,
I lint into .i
Instances for s .
an wo .on if
that are a mixture of 11
U

vvtoui atagM bMwaw ><>..) u
THE -onnit of a Handloom is now -Mon heard in
is an srtUt. Ho work- with Id- lisi.d-. and hi- h-sd
md lu
1 and thi.
haan
FROM th*
prl-cs th*
veloped the souU> and highly efflcletiv mch*nJm that l_
i roller with the warp threads u .liown in the back of the Loom.
To . iwe thi IndivldUJ
I

ff w mil.
i In Ui"

malb i
'
of *eavfa
ror patten i
I
produced
on a con '
.:.
<>f |t. II. II.
Ill I.iff '
..i '1 Of Itf
oughly aooured, or washed, it
"
h i i,, beini In Itn
la enter!
wi!**, mlv meeh, |
does it
live with
knotted
threads on Its surface. A
Hi
if
i
ulng K.naiu iba

Initial drying In

h had Ughi
[ling wtUi elac-
rha earth will regain ceitam
mounl ui natural mr^alwa be-
fore steam is again used In a
[traction-to blow into
the matrrial a cwadderabla damp
contain "hull It canies into the
hydraulic press for train
f iir hours pressure of u thousand
inch of it- o I
If all has gom
i the Inspection table
. iiparb cx-
pl Of .i ii'lituni:. Old
changed art It may
. baan made at the whim of
r be replaced He
iha daaailar, ot ;it the cxpresr
I hit i | intrihant. of be one of
a huge quantltj baker, bj whole-
sal) clothier, oi both fabric and'
i] I iv. bam iiupltwd
i.ii*> couture of Low doc
\.*w Yorkor it Ota) be
' a caiual |
a bus in hotel !'"> t
an,t the photographs mind <>' i
tr of *.-.
\\ t'.v.r WOM the cimi.iI tOBCe
to pruimpt it.- makuiK. thev ira al
'.vlng a part of their cflec"
oothl] beautiful material I
tin- rail impact of which will be- I
coma evident when. If It is for th< j
fashionable wonitn'i trade, i
Cl perfect
wearer-a stunning t-neemble
perhaps, or a striking departure
conventional but. !?
any case fashionable headline

And far DacK mio its COnpU-
cated history, the anoulrliig mmu
will eventually Hod that this Itll-
. ran smtple begin'
ning indeedalthough eomewher>
in.- K rai lO pvrpetratt
upon a fashionhapp) public, trw
in.liro version of a golden fleece.
Hi. r.o|.lr Of llin hadosVII
IP* JollH I'l 111. i.i
-S I. A V E It 1

THE la I few years of the
eighteenth century appears to
be the period In which public
opinion was about iu make up
Its mind over the whole matter
of the Slave Trade. T:. i
many bv Coast-
mittees of Pui li .men*) and Corfi-
mltiee* fur the Anti-Slavery
campaign. Bryan Edwards, a
i nd slave owner, wrote
'History, Civil and Commercial.
of the British Colonies in' the
West Indies;,* which wns first
published In 1781. Edwards took
an nctlve part in improving Uk>
slave trade and eventually '.%. 1
a great deal to do frith
lltion. But for nil of this he
paints a glowing picture of (be
conditions on board ship of th"
slavers, which in the liiThl of
oth'-r evidence I hard to be*
lieve. Edwards records
"It Is admitted on all hands
that the men slaves arc *-
CUTOd in iron- when thai
come on board; but Sir (; "
Young, a Captain in the Royal
Navy who appears to be well
acquaint'"! with the b
all Its branches, is of opinion
that this Is nof practiced
more than necessity require
The mode hi, by I
evary two men together, the
right ankle of one being lock-
ed by mentis of a small iron
fetter to the left of the other
and if m.irks of ft turbu'ei-t
disposition appear, an addi-
tional fetter is put on their
wrists. On the passage, when
danger Is no longer appre-
handad, the iron* >re com-
monly taken off: and women
and young people are exemp"-
ed from them from the bw-
ginning. They are lodged be-
tween decks, on clean board i.
the men and women beinn
separated from each other b>
bulkheads, and fresh air Is
admitted by means of triad*
il oi ventilators Covering
oc any kpid, as #ell from tn.
warmth of the climate as fro-'i
the constant practice of going
naked would be Insupportable
to them. Every morning, if
the weather permits, they a?"
brought upon deck, and al-
lowed to continue there until
the evening. Their apart-
ments. In the meantime, ar"
washed, scrubbed, fumlaaied
and sprinkled with vinegar.
The first attention paid to
them In the morning U t'
supply them with water to
wstafa their hands tad I
after which they are provided
with their rnornlng
this, according to the country
from whence they come, con-
sists of either Indian corn, or
rice or ynms. Before noon,
they are con-dantlv and r"-
ul rly made to bathe in salt
water, and nnthinB I
more agreeable and refre*h-
lllg. Their dinner i^ varie- .
i rig sometimes of food
to which they have been ac-
customed in A'r
and Indian corn. etc.. and at
other times of provision*
brought from Furotv-
beans and oeag. wheel
bnrlev and buKUtt: all Olg*
eil gafl In steam Tnd
mixed up with .-. aiu
of meat, with tl!h.
oil; this last is i oon*
desirable article In
cookery. At each meal, they
are allowed as much as they

suRlciency of fresh w I
less when, from an uncommon
long voyaKe, Use i
of the Ship ton.;
tain to put them to a
lowtmce. Dian.- ..
them when the weather is
cold or wet nnd pj|
tobacco whenever UU9
them. In the batj n
their meal.s, th. . . ,
aged to divert tl
music and dancing, for win a
purpose such rude and un-
couth instruments . -
. M-- "I.. |
fore IBM U ; Ad t-i'"'
are also pi rnafttted to atnui -
themselves with games nt
chance, for which fl
UawwUH furnisher) with Im-
plements of African
tlon."* Id wards contlnu
i
medlatelv rwOOVed
Captain's cabin, or |o a hosnt-
| ,] 1,;.|. .. '.
i with all the t
In remrd to medicine l
food, thai die.....
admit: nnrl when, tofti
for tho Neeroes. the hin
touches *' w Dlaea
voragw, h fi'ien-'ii \ |
every retw hnvn |
rountrv afTord
nut* ora"**-". Y'tnt*
fnd'. with
sorts, are dlasrth...... *
them: and * refV-
ih" '>m I""'1
loVhM *ho-*i -* ",- "'
Ihelr dc'tlnntion. be)
daya of arrfval and Ball" Bi -
an Edwards appears I
believed thai Die )..
cription was uuthet-t.
uri-t i are been aofnethlng
irequeitj
j
and In add -
I i
hll..... the harl-iurs of
the d It- '' I imh in

sold.
In to* afi UasM
i ...
( ITSl; u book on
n London. This
book givi i
I
|
women 5 feet 10 inches by I

root ;
fa
1


red i i Iheli bodie
i


!
I.
Rahy of Bl
i surgeon on


on Uu
poung mio
lo send l
h's (the l
i.i arfth hi i
Sometimes tnej would refutd
his desires and
WOUld be severely 1 I
i. in -nd Bent below
cauig Bill thai ha
' I
Ite and rorpi hi
..
. mi: with Ins 'on, lie
I I
the C'aptiiin Uaii'M of
*t. be whipped her u
lully "t beat hei
UP With In- 11-UUHtlll.be tin e,
C herself from bun agBjlBsrl lh
pump* and ID dung BO njured
her heed bo afrverely thai she1
" She bad
th him '.
for bv.- n -ix
nonth*." di.
\tv < the Bbolition "'
I 11107. eiimliti.Pi, On
| :
e on worse, as I i I
Iha Atlantu
; i
Hill, .. chaplain in thi
an ilnterestiiig
. '.in.; Of bow the >ll11> 'Hi wbn H
I.. .
Cleopatra
,11 cargo of Negro- H<
rptura of
tin. Bhtfh ii -11 csmff
iii.it four hundred of
ii.. , nof i
i,. aontlned m a nob 86 feet lmn
nd v (eat wide, wttb only m
feet of hi

ancounh i
* below i nj livee
would b 10

... i
hatch had to be i
them lo keep then n, nd the
ii-. rod pan i '
sel him a wooden gratiiiK baBt-
., ii am the
1
,. hi. v.itii
Ull that *he few
. ling lo il|
esege of air Into
the hole, The h
Thi- cries, the heat, 1 may
njj wilbout i-igner :'
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re4s>eeeei ^eeeeeeeeBeeeB
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.moke. ,,( -l.eu loinielit wllli I.
;. i ai i-- compared '
nothing earthly. One ot the
. i : gave BnUiUng tha'
1 .1 luejnoa would be
n,,i deaths; this prediction
i,-.,i nil ventied. foi tb.
next nioriung fifty-four crush
ad and mangled iorimes wm
I 10 Dm pnge/ej an
tbiown iivertHiaril Some wen
.11L..1 lated from dlaea a inanj
1.1 ,|..-.i and bloody Mitcgni
tell* me that some wvre fouiu
trangled iln n bands stll.
grasping each Other*B thrOOtt
(11 .
Captain MeJurd Drake wa*
one of the nnst fiunous or noto
M i--. and In
h*a autobiography them
>'.....1I1-111.i| accounts of tin- alio
< cor '* 't fel InJl mi.
I iptalD lb. hi- u ves an '
BO) ounl of a voyage on the Hru-
Blllan brig lllsrb She was u
.[K-r craft
and d.-M'rve>i better masters. On
tho first voyage out of Calabar,
*. ha.) not beam out a work be-
fore I found thai thcCaptum and
I 1 ! j- 1 "li--- of lh<
ml Once oil the coasl
, 1 .......
half brotln-1 Hul/. OUT captain '
WO mates BBt an i'xain|ilc
of reekleeg wliigatliassi Thev
'i Ippl .1 nd danced
.- k .miicIii-s while our
ulatte eooa played tn
1. litua attempl
; Una and rum and lewd
TWe was
above lha dckg: u-iow tin- ilavei
V ked hkr herrings on
round the vessel's stdee.'
being kept m by gratings over
ie% The groans and
of the iiair-MifT.-..te.i
slaves below could be heard by
1 loylng themselves on
deeft Drake Bontlnuaa 'On Ihg
1 ighth dav 0U| I made my rounds
of the half ili-ek. holding a cam-
phor ba| in n leath, for the
telirb WU lialeoUS. The> sick ttfld
dying were chained tngrihvr. I
>-t>eBBMBeBMseeei
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UPTONS PRENI M 1 OPPEB ' '
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TATE l^ LYLC8 CUBE SUGAR per pki.
N I itEAMKD WHEAT I 1
KOO PEACH JAM ........... I-
HEINZ SWEET MIXED PICKLES POT lar
DUTCH SLICED BEETROOT per Un
DUTCH EXTItA KINK PEAS per tin
NEILSONS NUT ROLL [wr pkt. Uk 1
COCKADE FINE RUM
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C.W.I II \
Sl'NDAV ADVOCATE
-I SLAV Jll.V B. IMl
Dramas Behind The Law Is He This Year's
* "B " E Number One Escort?
Beck served rive year* ul sea
>entence before bein*: reaaaaaaV
Soon after he had been set free,
CASES TIIVT tH*NGt".D Tilt *au W *c ed nun i and had ben trying to clear hia
LAW Bv II MontLPirwi) Hydr '"bb.ng he. ol soote jewellery b) name, ihe type of forgsjriee for
lllt-lnTafn 12/t). idem* luck. The wmian which he had been convicted be-
Lau-ver and layman alike will *"><> that ck had invited be*, nan to occur ..fain. Bark soon
-.:... ihu ..k which,- to o to the Riviera with i.uu -i. found himself In court again A
tie till-' My*. |f about famous yonting Uiu and iiaii given bet wnmn claimed that he had
helped to charier the * of "> smart cloth*.-*, she would swindled her out of some )ewtl-
l..w of England. It N bv no means n***1 On the list *-* ineluo d lr> and he *-. coin
.1 dull pedantic book, In fact the '"1"* habit. When slie asked
[flint hearted are advised to read * ** **" naaded stow she
it before sunset. had understood it was yt- -hting
I I'MKAIM IIAKIK AttTLK toe
lie .eiea>e
ituui Retail
ciuoii Bui
the An
ncaii
pert)
ine La i
lo So
- time fur oaTepoae of which bo year-old Ctuule* aeNAftfcul
i- ..baolutelj Innocent ifasu*. tdi> rated Uua season -
1 fcaewt Tot betouUub*.
H .1 W |
.. otiel) iiwUj-
. k. Mil OtaiTl
,o*d iiiiuie from tn*'' Bcik. she alleged, had replied The Judge, huwtror was nut an- a i-U, fast, aood-'ookuig Au>
the, yea is 17M to 1931 and eoOoc- A**1* 'hat "when i with the cue* and iralon. Hardy u> no lutwcowe. I
. involve the setting In tl*** *r**aye his own horses (here." decided lo poalponc sciitencv until dob'' parlies. Ha U>* "done
motion of the machinery of the " '''" ''< seasuoiis In the mean- ^taaoir iu Paris, New Vwfc, Ho.........
l _!*_: ,*V2 JM.*TUfcstat. k. s~ Ru,~' ^^"* B,d' *-"^=T=ssrtvx:
!'..rdon and tl.OOO eum pen.* lion -BriUah dote are the beet- i,wvn #
the chequo He did not live Ions; enough ai-Me<, m u^ world, he say*
Italian* are lha most UeauUfn
1 auatsaleti the tree.
iVeaUai. Ciorinaay. He reptlec
That a i-h untrue.'
Ho rtvsmled thai the Con
uiuiiuu wuulil no* have Hi
ruwn--but for a uwakuUUoi
A few d*>t buluiv Hie Amti
tan* plaanea u> lelurn it in Hio
fuy. says Ota arctiduke, the ni
of the C'oarununut uuraea took
took one of her wn
Needless to My,
bounced.
dramatic result- And like ao
lejal dr.im- Ooh OM ;it">utu
in human intereat.
tlioi who Is a l>arriate
hbdorian and M.-mbci of Parlu
new, lierjjf Or*'- with the Kbl
-.i-dlnar\ raa: of Burke and Har<
For a year^efore they were dt*- ['''} 'l-' had never Seen the woroa
covored those gentlemen lived 1
riling fm dissection Uh
of the unfortunates they hao
killed. Indeed a new name f&i
murder "burked" was coined ns
result of then aetivitie*.
At th.- t ill Km turned Kbi
pftoonci .owl Hurke was ientoDcr.1
to hank' Hia execution took plod
n 1829 before an esttm '
f vei 20, "Pf wos ben>s: adjusled nroui .
his neck, "Burke him." Bui*-
him'"
' iiii|x>i i.int in that
ii cnuotcf the pusslnit of Ue
.uiatomj A.i in 183J. which au-
thonswi!
-ustody of ., dead body to olio
"Trick* in Trade"
Hay Succeed . .
For A Time
LONDON
The Japanese are ushir Eiib-
h n-">muJin, tiam< .-
'eputalion tbat gun. with thvni
iu menance the- Bir.i-
rnarkel in South-Eavt Asia.
The Indian clerk i Malayan
i-tate worker who chooses
cycle because it is ., Weiby'
made by the Welby llicycle Com
iuuiy, Ltd.'' might Just as mJ
buy a miaUuboahlco. for both are
made in Japan.
The same goes for a club spec-
ial. It is jual as Japanese as yanu-
SBJBJkJ
f'l-i wards, however to see the
nd Americana the moat C&M II'
crodlts Australian debutante*
with more person.lit> than tho
| ssjitasj
Beck wits tried, convicted ami grea* change in the law whicl
titonced to seven years ^"utl was the direct outcome of hi*
ervltudo, ..Ithough he proteste rssyeor teen the woman creotion in 107 of the Court of
ifoforc m his life. Bui the ovi 'Vlminal Appeal, which la ean-
lence waa ..II aBinst hm T i owgrod to review any qucatlon ' ._ ,
*her women wen U.ought to see of law or fact in any criminal *>"-" aurie. Hun/ h-v^ '
Beck aim , bad matSf brought before it as well "' poiao, although they are
kindled thorn as well ..nd tho U u> Uicreaac or reduce sententos ">J,"r^*1'*.to ^rJL ,D.,
hsindwrnlng expert guve it as hi passed by any lower court Hardy's choice ot DsbuUbw
(.pini was the same us that of one 'John with in this book are those of the twaen Carotirse Kirkwoort .....i
Smith who had been sentenced t<. Hinvery l*nd" pirataa which last Caroline Child-Vill^rs," be be-
five years penal servitude eom< to the abolition of public execu- lievea.
year* before for -bilking" womci uona and that of W. T. Stead a
Most unfortunate for Heck at whose exertions including his What doaa being a popular vs-
;hi-- irial waa the fudge'* iefu>l own trial and imprisonment on ,i cort entail? Hardy, personal a
to allow Use dd. n... :., insfs- narjg* "f nbductlonled to the distant to a laondon restaurateur
rSmmtoe on the question whetln auoaag at "' ''nmuial I*w muses "I average aliout five hourt
Uk prl-I..-..-I i an not tl: \mendment Art. which raiaad the sleep M night.'" And he swims eaci.
. John Smith, .iKf of conaenl" for girls from day b prepare for the evenir.,
jimtifyuuT his mbiu; oci tla- giound thirteen to sixteen and ale., in- round
fhat It might mislead the jury and reused the penalties for Ihos.
Hll M. OT TRKASUltr>
COUINO to Britain this Sun
user is aba uf the world's rich.
rnan: oil rnulliinillion-u.
Getty.
There u> also the chamyiuri u
the raduuit, exported from Japa.
With machines named Puju uu
fSiul Shiragiku.
All theae namns are
i the 1952
At Santa atonicH (Califoraial Japanese Bicycle Industry Asso-
where he live* on a lanch. he hat 'ation Guide which has now
a troasuxe-atacked private mu- reached London. The 84 Japancv
stum One of his UpesUles. for- cycle industry trade marks print-
marly owned by the King of Pur- cd in full loWur in its 2IM glu>.s>
lugal. fetched ta.S.OuuduUan (now iMKea also include the Benin-
1017. i k tho Ulatai Cycle. th< Tbiai
In Britain, last year, he pan! Ponies, the Aster, the Van
110,000 for a place of rulptur. ihe Ostrich de luxe.
' in expert on eighleenth-
rentury furniture and has written
saMra] books
Tal this mild-mannered pun
hven vimply. He frequently travels.
rth one or two "Uitcaar-js and
w*m his own shirts Bt
lie lives In a caravan choking
his own meal-
In Paris
1 ondon
New York .
wo/c'/i arc
bin iinj piffuim
this new a\
It to be sent to u medical t-cht-i H ""K'1' iJuirwnrds be said th- ,h,, procure young women an.I
so tiiat it nugtit be used lm II
study of aiiiriorny and the Bff-
tice of sui-gk*aj ..peratioru
PerhAps tli moat pitiful case o.
scribed in the book is m-.i
Adolf Bock. Tht'. pKar man -
accosted in the street one day i
Hie priaoner had Uvn improi>erl ^irU for prnatltuUon
i-onvlcted. Had the Court < f Theae are among the drama
I been in rxlsteni ,t-scnbed In Cases that changen
..t that lime Kiefs, is no douu the T*w. dramas- Q
that tins luluig would liave be i tralsjfcl rrorn life itself and helped
held |n be Imd Ui law and th'J each in IU own way, to .hangi
trlgj squashed. md improve tht law of England
America's First Lady
WHO WILL SIIK 8K-
NEW YORK
TO .ill Americans she IS "Tin
First Lady." Her official standint.
is nil. But the President's a/iff
takes precedence over all nth'
women in all things A i
and Is alwny a person of com-
mence
It slii u a great peison In 1-
own right, like Eleaiior Booaaeall,
t in ,. rival her husband in iK'
public tatm and get hn ihi
of the brickbaui that go his wr;
If she is the retiring, honn
loving i\|-- like Bess Trimif.
mi innuenee Is still irtrorifi.
Nn% woiCyou look Ht bar, t
Tirsl LadjMs flrst in importun
-^r* Ttft
.i]3e he, by Iht
i cfllries jtround? She could
be any one of u- If a dorsn *
mcr- sn-rie world-lmous. lik
sm<'.lng \famle Elsenhower; so::.
iearinn fame's plnnarle, like rc1>
haired Nancy Ke'auver with '1,
twinkling eyes and the long
uendant oo-rfnos. Or the eeuld he
someone almost imkno'ii outatof
bar family rtn ta
There is, I' r>ance motherly
jfarttia Taf. f 'imr
Qhii
out
tal

d n rssM h
I i in Innni'
B> FKKIIKKKK COOK
dO-acrr farm high up on ln-1, ,
Hill overliM.king; the city of Cln-
rinnnU.
Married 38 years and the
nother of four sons. Martha Taft
:idmil* only one dtspuU- with her
huabandiibout bulbs. "He lik. i
them in rows." ?he said. "And I
like clumps We have clump* "
If her husband jcoch to the White
House (here will be changes in
the gardens as well as In th.
CTfniiiel The Truinans' bulbs nr
in rows.
Divorce Quest ion
On Ihe olhei >ide of thi ik.I.i.-
i aJ fanaa avarybody In Amarii i
knows N a n e > Kefauvcr bv nov
But who knows Mrs. Ernest Ive>
Mrs Ives Is the only ditor of
M-year-nld Illinois Governor
Adl.i Stevenson If tho Demo-
cratic choice should fall on him
and many In the Truman partv
profess confidence that he would
vin if It doesMidden fome will
come to Mrs Ives For Governor
Stevenson la divorced, and If he
were elected the duties of First
Lady would fall on his sister.
" -. Ives i* u frinullv. brown-
yed woman la 'he mid Mr fffU*
Sum living th .,uiet lire of n to-
acco farmer's wife in North
Carolina. Her husband is a re-
orad ami aarvaot
The Pox-Hunter
Sievenao'i woul I be the fir-.*
bean ihi til
,.,.(.,: tl.l uaj
a) 1< Uf< Bill n< i
In his iuu-h-M .'.]., President.
A- n voung fox-h
ru i
! 1 .1
r tU h
Sim W II \ III
.
I
railing: srd Iu
I her husband's meet-
Ings.
1' -rvea. (jfntlc. iiltrae'L c
ineib way. martha T .ft
WB-. the most envied Rlrl '
time when she first met Bob Tn
In hoes da vs. he was a tort ni
American Pi me of Wale. Ihe
l-nllant rolleuo-boy ion of the
pi ddenl llvlna In the aura of
'.Ylilte Mm se publicity.
M ... rather BoJ
general Kv-r- ne-vspaner In
Mnaiiea rcportad lha deveKin-
ment of ihe -nmn*
On The Frm
s ., ,,. >.,, '-, put
gent v and penetrat'ng poUQeal
cornmen'nrv are famous at Cn -
cimu'tj and on the national sin"-'
tn Washington
TJke her husband, she 1 is
never dwleed a flaht.
She Is living now on the TiitJ
STORY OF A KING
l.uRD KEYES, J t-ye-i-old sot
of Cord Keyes of Eeebruiee. i<
uearinn mc end of a "most ex-
citing" taska 100.U00-wor<
hook on the wartime history' "
-Kui: Leopold ol the Belgian
Based on unpublished docu
inants from his father and th.
king, the book will tell a itory
says Lard Kevea, "vary ur.-:<-
" ii. popular miseonceptntn "
OF COURSE"
II was October in Paris Ii
.i small cafe Tryave Lie, Becre-
luiy General of u.N.O., Russia
Jacob Malik, and America's E.C.A
i opresentative Miltoi
h.ivlng lunrn.
"Who." aaked Lie, munching
mouthful of sandwich, "Is Mcs-
ooVl candidate for the US
retki '
' M. aniiip of ruurse uihioh can-
'Udeli mould 0tve Moseou .
irricnifB most chance o/ flmirith-
i.l.np.l
Swiftly ramp the answer Taft
'hidden crown
OVER dinner with Archduki
The boos, is wc-i bound anu
written in faultless uu.s>i
; ah. cOsnpleteiv irw from ihe
. hi, n.aue suab
amuitng i ., baa mi
it toys Japan's cycla *-i cana
n lha iable- bui doea not givi
prioaa-
The IWduJ, cycle luduauy,
which last year eapurtvti 11,700,-
oOO worth of madiuue. and oum-
ponents, is Hill wurking la tin
fupacity pwiuiiu*d by the steel
hoitaSe. Bui the manufa. Iurei>
have a wary eye on n
eMa, and are indignant about then
efforts to cash in on British cycle
akera1 prastiew.
Said an official of the British
Cycle and Motor-cycle Manu-
facturttra' Union this weak:
When Japanese representative*
came over to our cyclv ^lio* ^,
had a long talk with then
.noii! their habit of using Ei>it-
liab-aouadlug names They were
oOaring componenu aj
Katr were |ueation- What will happen t "Raleih-type" and "BAA.-typv"
Gordon Richards* For he has with the "type" printed very
long drawn a. handsome retain, i "'ll' indeed.
lo ride Ihe Beckhampton hor-. "The postwar Japanese
I.M\I'I-M\I HAsaMUG FIIIALS
ill A COSILY I'LKlLilfc
1,.,. BOJ j'llon.t made iban Goyayet i> not
cost so Huh- lac |-iiiiii" iii <"-\* hsndb phiab fa
.'"fld-lanioui cosuV bo.lie* -
of it- luesc piuak were iiurwduced by
. ni.i .ii) i-iluuK- abuui with her.
in her hsaubaH -' lhal at any in .... ais iUi .cm. aad lUi-sk krf
.,. .. ., ,,,..,I .... ymxtm* Ueday

FOR -- \i i
HOW much i. the beckhamp. '
ten racing stable, which Is bains
iold by whlaky nutgnat John De- \
war. likely to fetch? Neare.i
Huide, of eouiae. i thul Rank'
Druid's Lodge was recently
bought by '.i actor distributor ,
lack Oldinsj for around 1SO.OOO.
Noel Murleas, who trains for
the Quean and Mr. Dtwar at
Bee kh snip ton, moves next season
to Wsrren House. Newmarket.
where Fred Armstrong used to
train the Maharajah of Baroda'-
horaes.
Another big Beckhampton
DAUNTED
AT Umbeth Pah ice in,- A...-
biahop f Canterbury. Qr. Fisher,
had a uueat Biahop T. A. Scoit
l>r. Fi-her asked hm. Wh. I\
would yon like your bath'V'
His gueat hesitaled, taaanered,
and then declined thP offer Nu4
until mu bicycle
not the rubbish they produced
beJora the war. though it h not
parable
[iHci- ire
less."
our*. But thei-
10 and 2" per cent.
of the last Emperor ol learn the reason.
Austria and KUig of Hungary
have just heard the latest new
hi the fascinating history of th
ili.lv Crown of St. Stephen
Since it waa handed to th<
\ .eriiann ut the war's end thi:
i.iiOO-yeer-oul trea"Ure has bee,
hidden. Tlie archduke, one of ui
few who know Its whereabout -
rnlls II "a tremendously powerfn'
weapon In the cold war"
ft has a great and mystical b<-
'....... over the Hungarians. I
would immensely strenaihou th-
Communists' prestige If the-
n >ld obtain it.
Two yoars no they wanted t i
On bis last vlilt to Lambeth th,
Ushop'i bath consisted of a I in
bath and a can of water.
Unaware ot improvements U
the palace, the bishop geeg not
k ii to repeat the experience.
Dr Fisher hns Just told thi'
story to a gu then nit of clergy
nrrKiiig them Bishop Scott.
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I .... ik nnd rhefce for-
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.. Qurdc i0 ih it
Harvard), and rabti 15. -tit" In
prep school The marriage ended
after 21 wars.
I' of Mrs, Stevenson said
v. di>.ippioved of her husb;ii"l
ll iK'Hlios.
Mrs Srevenann herself says* "I
<|on'' : why there should m* am
1 igalrurt ii divorced man In
the White House Divorce is B
oriallv aeeepled factor In Arner.-
can lift
Aareeina that the While House
Atmosphere might not be besl
for their three sons, she said: I
don't Bfree with the many who
hava ipparenlly eormuaad Ihii
ir the main Itgua m my fbnm
hu hand's lark of enlhuslaam for
U tvinsttrn The bov would
b> 1 me mos' of the time an>
wv
When Mr* Stevei
aranted a decree, custody of the
ehlldren was divided eminlly bn
their patients. The boyi live with
their mother. I.F.S.
(wosLn copyaracT afstavrpi
Woman is radio boat
1,'MH.IatH-HOHN Mrs
I
II-
for
la !\.pt
.
pi. lfa..|Bal
d >i il ingkam corn-
id itat.on
She W in London lor st*
so *trl, the BBC-
piM^raiiinu ichiiuiurn Later
she ni.-.- to New York for six
T Honykung nation *<*--
.
ii day with pronrimin ;^ in
Envllsh and Chinese
Favourites with Chinese
lls'-ner* art* the atorytcller*.
TaHting for an hour
These are usually Chinese
film acturs. Tiiey hav^
bul barely iuc Ihcm can lalk
spontaneously for more than
an hour
Mrs Pope-Hunt was in
An. lea when the Japanese
invaded Bhan|)>al Her hua-
band waa interned and abt
hoard nothing of him (or
lour years Now he ha re
established tils busine** in
Hongkong They hava no
ehlldren.
"Slavery"
From Page t
saw pregnant women give birth
10 i-hies whiled chained lo
lorpees which our drunken over-
seers had not removed." He re-
lates that the young women
feared beat at first, as they were
permitted on deck so that they '
could be companions for the ea-
rouslng crew, but after Ihey hud
servedtheir purpose, well, they
Ware driven below ag.ui so that
the lusts of the negro men could
be satisfied. He continues "the.
iiuarrtdling and bestiality tha*
followe.i was sickening They
lore and uiuwed each other In
fights over the rum rations which
our captain ordered, and lor
pofcscsaon of the miserable
wonchas." (3).
I Reori to ih* iiou.- ->i l,i.ra- f
ihv Abolmon ol thA Slavs Trad
i .'him ifa>
t Rim, Pmiasi aaa ii n
liy Ch.itIn Will.in: TBU its I
Yrt
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si \n\V III.V G, ItSt
SIAIHY Alivol ATI
I'M.I IIIUV
Certificate For
Sayes Court Co-ops
Seoul Notes
Jamaica M hu
140 Yds Relay
Empire Record
I HI r\Tlo\ \OTgS:
( I II 11 M.1.Y
Wp'l do our b
21*1 J.M I C
of the St. Michael-Sou". ,. , D. ,
' .
.... of the Bay .1 Own LONDON, July. 5.
nd muled the other Pack, m S: Not only nu(e erowd m the
THE SAYES COURT Co-operative Producers' and M'chMl w join them. o cub. hot uouuiw ai
Murketin,: Society Limited became the fourth Soctety to ;, * "iSil'uS^tS-JS Se* *SSS."! ' J *--~=
be presented its Certificate of Registration under the Co- "",,', , aLuluu ComraB- upb .nd .ucceitul crack at
operative- SocMtal Act. At ...well attended function at aSS!jSk has. :,c Empire record _.,. _tne MO g'SS'iJJBj
|] Engineer in 1950 has not yet
school If fln-
Inexcusable Delay To fwji #/i# spwiat
appoint mvnt....
WHEN I FIRST RAISED THE POINT as to UM MO
i impulwrv education as a background to anv
LnttoaiaMd In 'he educational system in this island.
I was told that even ll the expense could be afforded there
ifficient accommodation in the schools.
[ am. and several others will be.
the Saves Court Ayi .cultural Station. Christ Church, on council Kovk.Vhe "cubs ran afnin raid* rea*J Hart MeKi
Thursday night last. Mr. C. A. E. Beck.es. Co-operalivi North. South. East and West excited too and showed u. Aiu.
Officer, made the presentation to Mr. G. A. Warner. Pres.- ,4___. ,.r .u c.......... -n dent of the Society.
The three other Societies regis-
tered under the Co-**" .
denes Act are St Barnabas Co-
operative Marketing, Wekhiuuii
Hall Co-operative Marketing and
Leeward Co-operative Saving So-
nety.
Trie function was presided over
by Prof J. S. Dash, former Direc-
tor of Agriculture of Ilntish
Guiana, who was introduced to
the gathering by the Pi-
Among the large audience who
witnessed the presentation were
Mr. H. G. Bayne. Assistant Mai-
ler. Boys' Foundation School.
Messrs. W H. Watson. Clement
Knight, V Scantlehury. E. Harper,
Fit* A Nile*. Whit held Watson,
P. E. Ellis, and other row
tlves of the Welchman Hall Co-
operative Marketing Society.
Messrs. W. Headley, Jarvis and
Burr owes of the Shamrock Co-
operative Credit Society and Mr.
Louis Talma. Peasant Agricultural
Instructor, in charge of Saves
Court Agricultural Station.
Many of the represin'
other Co-operative Societies joined
in congratulating the Sayes Court
Society on its achievements, as
shown In the Secretary*! Report.
What was most striking to ir.cn.-
bers of the Watchman Hall Society
was the success achieved by Sayes
Court in bulk purchasing of arti-
flci..] rertUflMf* which were i to-
talled In members on a strictly
cash basis.
The Co-OparatlVi Officer ex-
pressed regret for the absence of
and give the uraia noi oi ii.o *ee. m me aaam > .___..- __ ,fe _, This done they returned to their the event, he ran back the tr*. ,,: "IHMi- n,.w .,.,-'.
ESHEZ! the^ forelock" ^nd *9 " " > "ff" "J"*"1 on for MMN lIlcd.
made contact wilh the key men minutes. After one hour, lig.iT of ihe magnificent final leg of th All.,.,.t mM wWch ,
in agriculture in this area. Ifo "fr^nment* w*re Provldfd tu" ot ,468 ,mf .,,. (V. i I thai Uw K.t,..t..n
invited these, and others who ha Needles to say these were in- Despite a fairlystrwwtad the Alllh,in.ir> a,|0,.,i Uu Church
considered would be interested; deed welcome. It was not all pi iy Jamaican four lopW. sees on vil 1 .**: School to be closed with-
to a meeting at the farm, and put '" the next Item was an obaer- r.re.u Britain who held the re- ., .|llM1J lho ^^ why ,nftr
to them the benefits of his ex- vaturn walk.
d for the event The Jama;- w n ahom.tive except to hud-
cms' lime was three nuns, 13- j|e the pupils unto the Carntig-
xee*. jum 3 8 sees ofT the world ton's VUlaf* BefcoeJ Probably i_*,T
record and It keeps the Jamaican^ ihi school was not overcrowded, u
top favourites for the Olympic But here Is the want When "
relay tl i boo) roll had 20.000 children
vfalch the Jamai- thi't wen 126 Elementary
cans whackad tba bighata tot s M< a " Pakistan entrant, climaxed for a -W> children there are 114
' ..em to the h .. ", -^ ^
caught on, -nd g M singing. Than fol owed < '"'J'"" 1,,; v" 1,'A ,^iu.v tfal .hero la ovarcrowdlng aivd H
ere those who "he Story, a Grand Howl and various events. M.. I*.i aid 11^ ik> (i.(| (>( .,.,,,.,,,. Tl.
perience in various eo-operativo The Akelas were given I
organisations. Mr. Cave was soon which were Instructions as to
BVttad to one of these what was required, r.g. name the
meetings, and in a brief talk fol- trees in the area, bring In a white
lowed by suitable answers to the crb alive and unhurt. a snail.
many questions asked, outlined com*, material in the ramble to
the working of such a co-opera- milke ^ animal.
tive society. -^^ toys as was to be expect-l
Like most new
colony, tin- idea
so enthusiastic >o
attend uMM pnltaaawj raaatlPp Tai. The sun was new setting was lhero too. but eouilned him- iIllutr, ;ill indiclmont against de-
that they at once pui their hands i-cross the bay and each Cub re- **" to helping England In inc y |r||. ,.,_,] dmlnistraUon
Into their pockets and from their luctant'y bade the other Dyh. triangular British tournament. A publk caramon) at .he open-
slender pui-ses subscribed money Djb, Dvb. ai thev turned awav winning th,. hundred metres In ,,. ,,f this school WOUU
for the purchase of books and from the seen,, which had been l ' !* I UM ,<, excellent epi-rdmlt
(tlympu
Thii is the punctual fticn.lly tlock that reminds
the world of its appointments a VICTORY
s mih Mann In .ream, blue or tucencases
wtth plated htimg* A .Kl-hour alarm
dock with 4-iikIi dial carrying luminous
MOM AKo available nun-luniinou'
bri.t>h pre. i* ion-nude by Smith* 1 ngli%h
s I td
Smitnfllakmd
SUMO., ttrll* Woll-
. i Pi.bin Mai.ornv I
laid) Nrkoii, acl<
Seaw.ll
o\ isioty

mv n <* i *
I
RICH FLAVOR
l -.... lAHAf. A
, I I1..M..H 11
" haaM
"- ri saro in o
Mar< Wll.
KATES OF KXCHAXGh
other necessary equipment for the thi'ir Jungle for that afternoon. First Ihe Jamaica Otympu r DtiectOl ot I
working of the organisation. Be- *,. Men\ triumphs came in |wo In- trII the pubtlr something "f Ihe
fore this, however, those who were r IKST TKtMll CAMr vital on 300 yards races. Hhoden f.'m.- t ttaneotary adueatlOQ in
present selected whom they w- The Lodge School Troop had beat Arthur Wtnt by yard* in Mils Island aini what was Ieing
sldered the men lo guide and to their first Camp at Codrington a jo.4 hcj vktory In the first an I done to meet the damandl of tha
foster this new venture. Here 1 Ccllege over the week-end. may mention the am, of one day 27th Sunday 29th June,, nvc seconds outside of hi- own *''' " -'>ow'. that UtfMWH
who haa since been gathered to There were throe Patfols In camp. British record of 30 a f the " i < v. n if not an altempl to
a-is-ars. s ErSnSS ^^sP^^l S &&*&&,*s
perienead iigrlcutturlat u,m.p wa,s ,n, ^n.^,|C1,0, ?!aul~ ***** win ln BB ",V|,",,,>" ,,l(' being rJone ran be regarded as a
The numerical strength ot the mi*:sler Alei- J. Tatnall and was metres from th,. Ibtttnh runn. i misdirection of policy It is little
m the early days was v,siI'd bv Assrlant Seoutmasl Shenloi ftei me to 1m* aeeretive about changes
... about 55. Our numbers have KenneUi pile of the Itethel Tn-i|> The i-lnnd's sole worn m .utitnt (0 the extent which makes the u ,-, .,,,,,,.>
ihe Registrar of I 5o- been somewhat reduced, mainly *ho "***** inD >"> b.vs for K LflBUe, all I 100 v*r> people whom they -re In- ^"^
CleUes, Mi I .. who, he owing to the fact that some of the 2nd Class Badge Two bo>* metres against such runners m tended to Itenelll suspicious about " ,'*N.p
i I as.v tin-mlnTs did not have etmpleted their tests in camp Ho Australian wondei rtil M them. And it Is stupid to fail lo j. i-, i>r ctwau*-
th- tight altitude towards co- and this brings the total numbe .|nrKsor who won In 11 1
operation. To data we have 43 of 2nd Class Scouts in the Troop Ruaaal is hapnier in thP high )un
Uv inembers on roll. now to five fourth place ,umo of
I am confident that now we LIAISON COMMISSIONKR '-e- 10 inch.
are registereit and are under the ARKIVKS '"ehe- of fhe British glr) win-
guidance of the Director of AfiTi-
At your ||mrt I"
oi") in impiovad All*
said, was Indisposed, but had
asked him (Mr Heckles) to as-
sure the Sayes Court BoCtCtt} that
he was watching their progress
with interest and olTered them his
sincere eimgratulations on been,
ing registered.
Mr. Beckles reminded those
have happened K a ,B.
10
culture as Registrar of Co-oper- _Arrivl,"> from Canada on 1-erwill.
present that the Co-operators'Day atives, and the able, enthusiastic Thursday miirning ast on his
celebration, being sponsored this and zealous Co-operative Officer stop-over (light was Squadro-i
year by the Shamrock Co-oper.-/ in the person of Mr, Beckles. leader W. H. (Hill) Ramsay,
live Credit Society, would take that we will most surely go from Navigator of Trans Canada Air-
place at 3 p.m. on Satunlav, |(tth strength to strength. I do not lines, and Liaison Scout Commie-
July in the Steel Shed at Queen's ihmk it will be amiss if I state sioner between Canada, Imperial
Park. Om i :he failures of Ihe lhal Mr. Beckles has given valu- Secut H. Q. In LoBdoO and Bar-
celebralion would be an address abla Uttttanoa m tha Intarprata- badw. hill took part in tho
by Mr. D. A. Wiles. Assistant Co- tion of the Act and By-laws and monthly Scout Radio programme
lonial Secretary, and all were cor- has not spared himself in visiting over He-ill .i K< cruiuh
dially Invited to attend. us regularly on meeting nights d;,v niRh( isl (n a digcuwio,, W1tn
In presenting the Certificate of ' wall "s during the lime wa Auhrev Douglas-Smith, Commis-
Rcnistralion to the PratkUnt, on wib closing our books prior to slonpr for ,h,. S((UthPn, s. v
behalf Of the Society, he enjoinwl reefiiratlon. , narbado, and Charles Snrins-
iSrStP^Jt ^iT?Tr 7s indicated in the name of the er. Assistant Commissioner for
*!% S&JS^3inS: ^^. ** funcuoni. to Training He will attend
lull & and coaWencef simulate lncreed production of *g^*J^g .,..
The Chairman, in his remarks, such crops as are grown by mem- Training Course which Isbelnrf
referred lo his experiences with ban and to prayM? mn(t for conducted bv the- Asst Commis-
sltnllar societies In British Guiina to-opemtive marketing of such sioner Tor Training nt Cudniw
H,- ll;.iui t.i oduee as the Society can eonve- ten College over thU week-en 4.
valions on the T>v-1bws of the nienlly handle eo-o|ieratively. Th* Course i* heinp rondueh-d (
So.i.ly i.n.l urscd members to One of the major acilvlUes of Scoutors of the Southern Am.
build up their resources and ex- the Society is supplying the chem- and it is planned to run similar
panel their activities so that ev lually Ihey would be able to members. These fertilisers are 'and Area:
j-auge the reaction of the same
hose changes.
ha .
i- '.hat the IducaUon Department
i lo for the administration
tam has been toying with
pe* Ideas of Intelligence tests and
uping instead i>1 getting on
wi'h the essentials. Thousands of
d> pri'.ling of cards which must be
fill-'I out and flied and a teacher
h Khool is taken ,i"av
liis fob of teaching pupils to
The Annual Mtssu-narv Meet- cat out test) which prove llltle
InaoCth. .im. -.-.' -'* ex.ept thaiI the standard of alii-
Church will ta- heM on Mondai .lecllnod. And then the
ruriit at 7.30 p.m. Th *f ft^ ",*
1S one of the ouUt-iiding events p. ry job Is to teach and then
of the Church's year. This year, tl e statistician can toy around
Hi. Excellency !& Ocvaenog has wlti his ngUNf.
kindly 'ake Ihe 1 ; eat that much of the two
Ch;.:r at the Meeting l .,', m dollars spent on educatirji
MM Jl 1.1. im;
MM tORK
IT ("Itrtjur. on
ll.ll>.!>
NI|M .ir IV
naM D< Oft
IT C-blr
Bitn> ;a s to .
Demana U-.n. Tin. I'
nmfi. 7S in .
Pl ,'.I.IV
Pr Cuilniii
Aniuiul Missit>ilarv
MeeUng
market co-operatively not only
their canes, but other pi
well. Prof. Dash assured mem-
bers that he would l>e watChlM
their Society witli groat interest
and that they
on him any time for such assist-
ance as he was able to i
Mr. J C. King, Treasurer of the
Society, moved vote of thanks
lo the Chairman for so ably prc-
purrhased in bulk by the Society ranv t.v ,, .. ,.
and iold to the members for cash. WBfl DBI E IM- P.O.K.
To factlrtate strict cash payments. A new issue of P.O.R. (PolU
the Society encourages members Organisation fc Rules) has been
10 make savings deporlts with the received. It is hoped to send
So ietv. in addition to their share copy to each Croup during th*
deposits. Thasa savings deposits, week.
COMMISSIONERS PAY
VISIT TO TROOP
for"the evening ,. iiev Join, A. ll tad In this card Index sv-
, the ten Mul It is gofog to be rather
HrM occasion.on which Mr. d.m.ul. for anybody to Justify
arke. has come to take service. 7* of the total educat on vole
n S Wand of Barbadoa. Oth. 'on salaries etc.
t' kiia SStln the proararnma WlM The parents are tha people to
li the Rev. > I. I '"', "''"'' ,hr W"rtr of Xh'lr
, .... n'w- ,.,'i..l h.M.e,,Mesl ye,......I Ate-
anthem will be rendered during pttrri < parents or not) against
the ooursa ol thg tfaatlni b| the |ois
Church i hotr.
spending of funds.
>us thing to say but I hope
Tf.c;.. .".n. many ,pl<. of the "u.| I'M ".""l-'r of theJ0US'
n ,......n of this island who in A^jj
unlike the share capital, can be
withdrawn at any time. In fixing
-*-* -nd other charges. las-Smith and Assistant Commis- iht_ mlM,-
isilci
preservatives of other Co-opera- trangportitlon
one way or another have h<-nc- " e
llted from the mtnistralum. of IWN

and of James Street li. ;
It would be a son.....r pl.....
tii tha Church officers to have you
,oni in ifos Missionary Meeting.
On this occasion thanks
A.E1>u.- tojUnjJ^,^-;.
. Dlony and lii the many pails "]
Uve Societies and other visitors ""y surplus remaining at the end Bioner Capt. H.A. snuiy *'""1*;' of t(lc worid where Methodism il no
for their attendance and words of of the trading i-criod being return- St. Patricks RX. Troop at tneir )(( wnfk TYxgt M,.Ul,,l[fl church ln
encouranement, Ihe Co-operative ed to members os patronage Headquarters. Jcmmotls^ane, o Blirbndn, rejoices that it is part
Ofilcer for his enthusiastic and un- refunds Thursday evening last. There was or fl famUy numbering over forty
stinting support of the Society During the period 194951. an inter-patrol competition in millions, fellow M!(..
and Mr. Talma who had frorh the that i for the last three years. 411 progress and everybody seemed ninety van different eoui '
Inception of the Society proved tons. 7 cwt. of fertilisers at a coat to be busily engaged ln some tne worid. Two hundred and
himself their most dependable of J.V324.1MI was purchased by the activity. Five Scouts were pre* fourteen years ago Cod warmed
Society and sold to members. It seated with Badges recently pav<- the hear, of John We hi >
was decided at the last annual ed they are: Master Swimmers:- from tha XpaVltnot "' "'"'
general meeting on the advice of fcrol Hyson, John Gnmlh and warmed haar| hag grown this
UM Co-operutive Officer that the T^nco King. Swimmers: Rudolpn world-wide family of M U
maU surplus made on these Winston and John Joseph fou At this Missionary M- -
transactiona should be carried iwrults Were invested ihe PUM M".i.iav Meiii.-lisis and their
towards the Society', Reserve ftftPnioon. to thank Ood
Fund i.L-rin.1 1IMU.I' fT w,ljl "'' h-'s ','"" '" "",
HITIIKI. TROOI ihrough M-th.-liim
, Congratulation, to Pntrol Ian-
o- er Carl Ince who has i
its mem- passed his Reader's Badge. Cm I
The Truth in
Your Horoscope
REFRESHING
Youthful Vigor Restored
In 24 Hours \
Glandi fortified x/*^|r *
by Sew Disie'ir) | N w/i
M4lcliona >nd
tho Mllll-l |II.. I.-
CSl dvl. MO.
liint ltoamnpaa on
lli|.|( i - Sl-'a i.
la ll on. nn-a nc *.
Iy flair*.
m.nrl>. KnniilM.
l.lllTlf- ft.'..
!.> ShIii
..f Ni-w Voih !
ll'VM It -t T.l-I-
guide and friend.
Secretary's Report
Mr. Lincoln Calendar. Secre-
tary, presented hli report, as fol-
lows:
It is now my pleasant duty to
present to you a brief report i
the activities of the Sayes Court
& Mar- ,
Another important activity
SHT.tI ...____,, ^....... .,.i,. operative maikeling of iU mi
On
the occasion of the first
the Society has succeeded
futu
r.i| ; s.- ,lv
ing* this Troop i>n Wednesday
To this meet i ordlal Invi
tation Is given lo all poonla of ll
colony who share with
tSji'.pc Of Die BBlvatl
ill b0 vi'i'- kind.
peasant Farmers' Day held ,t delivering to the factory well over
c., rot-rt in 1048 thi< then ">c 500-ton minimum required n*xl
SSnSn omc" Mr u," lor Dm w of ihe ,.tra price KOVKK MKKTING
gave a talk on Co-operatives. Mr, allowed uncVr the terms of tho There will bo a meeting or
Talma, the Extension Otllcer of l*-,mestlc Sugar Agreement. Rover Scout Leaders at So
this area, whom I can venture to On i U......Ilcikuiaitrrs at 7
might then be
bethel I am right or
.roni As an alternative I hope
that parent! win stage u public
nioetl ig and pass a resolution ask-
ng -i Oovi un.i t" inslllute such
an en lulry Into the administration
of the system,
Then- Is precedent for ruch ac-
lion. When It was realised that
11 College had outgrown ils
..._ nd that this should be es- i ^ mtB .,,
lended or the College removed taiioiv n.ii
Mim Ober that a numlier of pa- aitwt, lk.mb( >
!V Hon. H A. Cuke met 4 cent*
i.l Ihe < arnegie Hall ami protested ^^,.r.,.,.,,,.,.,.
..fllinst the treatment matod out
toPQueen's College. The result
whs that Cvrnbarman was given
..Sew home and Qu^->-\ College
nlfcii the old Combi rman Hehool
A protest meetinil mlghl be held
'o speed op tha "pemng "I the
h iidars School and I hoix-
n..... dona to wl
i<.....f i nquli v appotntad.
With j- ''! to tho Behool It-
,-li i h.iii have .aieihinK to say
rtor beoausa I hope tt
irjing will be don
Some parents
..re of the opinion thai 11
tool li "i tha laoond n i i
kniiwn in tins island and where |
.14 liKf* rcur tiaw' Art *.
'
Mn ot MImi. MMim .nd d.U- ul
MrB " ataana m> \< raaiaHf, n<.
niMvn *inlfd lur Am .logical Wort,.
pastaaa -i<- i>ui -i I/- I I
1'inldl 'Milrr f..> iUIi......>
nd ..ihn- ii.iriMit.is Wamtura Va alll
i -l -I Ihr- rnrk.l
'
I
1IS-D'. Ifpp >
Ill llirlli.
-Tabs Guaranteed
To fi.itcr.
M^nhoQd. VttmlHr
s,:::',*sss.\
ROOTICS GROUP SCORE AGAIN
I I.SIIII \l linilMMII II I II i.ooo Mills
School D
. jplU me trained
i ertificate standard as Is done at
BatU lay. 12th July, tp discuss lh rombcrincre """l St. Michael's
II IIIW- RapOTt on lho suggested Girls. It would be dangerous to
it fusion of the Rove, i Dd Ml " ittrW them to i-mUnue in this
Scout Sections. (lei
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PACE TWF.I VI
RINDAV ADVOCATE
SLNDAY. JULY i, 1*U
f CAN FAITH HEAL ? ^mmm9'TSl'TZ .....e. ||
THREE WARY MEN SEE A HEALER
A PATIENT: FREDDIE GRISEWOOD
"One touch and the
pain disappeared *
II ui.it Ban
Jl. radio compere Freddie t>
III are extraordinary '
fn Ihi pan Mi | *ra Mr. (Jrlsewond nas
sutlrred irum which gave :iim
great mm in the lei -ii i nip
Uc >c k(fi rel norm*. ti)Ki:c^.
treaiatrni Hr --
MM m the end nis ondn in -.- unchanged
A senaa ;i?e mm a new Hip lotm
was his *mit nope *m 'i> doctors
Wif/i Then DM gtfl >>< 'ma an Anglican clerg)
man. 1,1 g piiiiLla.lv. and tr.lu tiln
to UK itu lieu, i >'
' I
.TW^o," .
EdkAMU*-----
-I *CTlt lo *.* .
diaiet? altar n
disappeared
"very soon n*n*
E>fld n lull ; mud of i
.< urea ' the end oi

1 uasn mimi Ib.hu-
Ui pan m my itu
'Patients' even by post
T^^ o\\ wc came i" (ha laheiiomonun l^ftl when in.tin iu-mi iiicis patient, yel .1 cure i-. said lo lake
* pJacr, Said i.' Is there much rfcmM, ihcnV !i is hard for .he
inu.si oclarmincd loautic lo diadain tin- evMtncc nnmenled in
InouKandft of leMimoi* 1I5 mhi l.\ Dajh Riprev* investigators.
Scores of such letters Sanriuary
Shere. Surrey uddrewed to I :i
Mr. Edwards U one oi Lhi i > i
en the world rim : it nir .
'' r I lo k.d at i , i
71
iain fin- i-pqimmu lor Bd
mo .re-- ,.- .
'o describe Dl~
Meat .if iruu. i .
wmdliitf in umsrt! rna>ni
t .. ...


\KK1 \\*\\ tRL
- Befu
nlort.
I
|U1 COuld:i
lolM ; (he pa.n til lo n
He weui u
uou' m mouth two H tiu
Flien weekly progr.-..
Kdtvaid* since.
Like a seal
eni id b-i.v ds 1
"My leg still gets
jiH occasionally. But no ih-.h
fsuu limp but friend.
' am walking much more con-
UaQUy. I am losing nv. feni
f -ho old palp
"Thr whole nor'(on m,
"Now UiU lias hap
Vend not lo iomeon> elM
cannoi d-*nv UM iUlaii
aulta aav longrt 1 h*\t oeen
b*olutel siagBcrM hv all '
A PRIEST: CANON HUGH HARNtH
Jusi u friendly greeting .
II *> il very aimplc informal, and dowu to earth. A
I 10 m n tod women seated In two row*
ii and iw< women a.v>uun Mr Harrv Edward* ifl
mwi) Me* ri-malned silll with eyes closed for
An- .i, cian a friendly ireeling I
. uii' i*i > Tfci .....hen ii. irtat of a doctor's lurgery i.in.i
than t: ai of a i hapel thuagh standing on a Mole in front
of us was a Cross w:th hVwrra on each sld<
As arms and legs weie apparently frrrd irom tncir
arlhr.tls wllh a gnh-t touch Of Hie hand and sometimes a
tap. word* of rnrouragi'mrni wn- glvon to each
1 a. i each gave of pain vanished
oi(i ntuv.meni reaiort'rt It was not possible for me. a mere
o;iH>itg<-r. Ill so short a tlnn- to pas* any Kind of Judgment on
tr* of h'-aling involved In each case, of Indeed 1U
To -all ii failli 'it-allng" was clearly quite wrong If
i
ricrsoii.l tuurh
uev<
hPMlpd ihrwiKit
ll WOUl I UIVH"
siaod targe pride ;n .-...
la comwanllv ai the i
end of *.i ..
Bui Cda-artlr :i... .
*n slute hair c>mi Mw
-iid an expreailon if
UDcalcu'-a ..-

I n.,
v." be :-.s *bul
for pride. Ii in .
I ant lust the -.u.iruniani lu
he Spitil H'i*ff '







Each night
* UB

fron.
.nnpt sn.
a all hauhnd
... Ctturt:
I
.'
I

lie onlv .
I
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The sceptic
^Bd
~-^ ii Till 1*1 1"
'IXlhKN ...
tBdaards
onnu'i \t\>
a priswui uvi
.
of -esposing ii an as a fak.-
Tht teaptlc ceased to moca .
he staved (> believe ti h.
eststenee of miru'i or tn-tlt
ini^IUBrnoei
' Ho- can 1 oelieve mi
I have had ou inad^al m
a i.no i..



DMhalr
With o in an Mi and Urs

abfut
agu
lOHUtaDj loi
ib

: ,.U *hO
,-iare written to -heni
They worn ov nigh' b
i* teifer ihen to attain to thai
Stillness
E

the > ..
Bui iseg in

. .ii ..<
of i
au iral tlsan tn a ebaai
rtna ne said
M. in anoihai tiaai:i'<. aDd
... n* inhaled
'Mike too much.' ne
said He added with a smile
i 4 sntOkers cough, an:
I reanond lo the heal.is
i irrnara was i>p'.cal of
l Tree or personal Dom:
na humbug
THE IIQUIRV C0HTIHUE5
LODdOQ Bayrws.- B)
one Is thlnkiug ot faith as of neces-slty pos*esaed by those
who were ill That did not seem a necessary factor according
lo Mr Fdwards though hi* own faith was quite unquestioned
THE KINGS SECRET DOORWAY
By Marguerite Peacocke
SPKCIAL CASH OKKKR FUR THIS YVKF.K
GALVANISED
CORRUGATED
SHEETS
24 Gauge x Hi................ UM
do. x 711................. J5.04
do. x 8(1................ JS.76
do. x Ml................ M.48
do. x 10(1................ fl.l
Do Nol Hi.. I In- Attractive Offer
BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD.
(The House For Bargains)
Nj. If Swan it. Pkonca: 4406, Z1M, 3534
This is fhe last in
staimeut of the Bur
ham Palace story as told
by Marguerite Peacocke.
and yet, ptcfuq I
only the ba-ginning.
Every day another chap-
ter of history is |(Uh
i\tiv year the P
grows dearer to llu-
hearts of a rurtton.
The contentt of rtucklnehnm
Palace ware valui.t ai m
jf 4.000.0dd even bcfon
but even if n ti. im had
been worth llttH mora Uuui q
piUance, tow Brnoni could aav*
:iikt corridors nd room*, t ich as 'lc>
are in tradition
But uitc Indian polenlatc w ii
visibly untmprjt* M |
auite, whuh tk.uh failed lo
comparw with his own
jewelled pautCd | ntll he
reached the While Drawing
Room.
This room (onUin> four euonv
ribmi-u Ailed wilh v.iluabli-
china each standing .it one bOUiai
of the room.
The cabinets and the tall glid-
ed minors that surmount thtm.
are outwardly Identical, but the
one t wings forwurd || UM
touch of a spring ;md revtals a
iy leading to the fiovnl
Cloaet.
I Ml ll K -I-, I
\ the "Ight of this secret door
lh< Indian ndei Midde-i* east
boredom i1
haitfly i- antlead away fron. Ihe
fascinating pastuna of making
swing to and fro an
exhibition whiih drew a good
iff I of lauajhtci al the ioten-
Uite'a expense.
Tlir White Di.iwng-Kooni l.
one of Ihe moat famlli.n of lhi
S'nte npurlments. for it hag
fomied Ihe beeicground to monv
Royal photoarapOJ including the
f>r*l published pictures of I'rince
Ph iii;iBiiinccnt carpet.
43ft. lona .nil nearlj JSft. wide.
i in ''he yuiility Axi
lid yard more than
. i ' ago.
'( ', N' .. I|
Uniit'is ,ii i\ .iw I'ni-
lai eg t.uiiii. partli a,
ii i u-ntiv apai loul
even though
ilsh mahogany dJnniR-
Hft long when niu-v-
i an i- lenglhenad by
ii one yard vide,
ii>Wt so accommodate 60 dmrra.
'Not Amused'
C i ition at the table u
next-door oaifd -
bourg fni it la own thun eight
tort .'croat.
r in this room th.n the
nnlortuiiate lady of Queen Vic-
toria's Household described the
notice she had seen at Dunkcld
annaunetaaj that "The Duchess of
Alhull (a coach) left the Duki
of AUioH'a Arms (n tavern)
l-tutnpt at seven o'clock iCfl
nioriilng"the famous story at
which Queen Victoria was "not
ajnuead "
The Throne Room, though
used less often than in varliei
days. Is still used when the Klne
receives addresses or deputatloiui
'on th.> Throne, and it is on
the Throne dais that all Roy.!
wedding groups have po*ed for
ncirlv 30 years.
There is a secrrt door in this
room Ion. cut Into Ihe panelling
on the inner wall near the dais.
Among the series of scsnl-
..nis i* lhi- Bow lloom
where Queen Elinibeth and her
sister held their first parties-
the weekly madrigal eoncert*
hich continued from stkon after
the war until jusl before Queen
Elizabeth's marriage.
One of the moot important
room* in the modern history of
the Palace is the "44 Boom" (W-
modi ln-d in 1844 in honour of the
Tsar of Rueaia's visit.)
I-I RiK
It is sometimes in this room
that, when Ministries ch.inge
hands, the King receives from
u\i*go|ng Mlnist-' i
seels ot office, ..nil later bands
them to their iitrnamrn
The seals are duly delivered,
each in its little box Gornnieti
with key. but nearly all lhi
signet rings which once accom-
panied them huve been last. II
in suspected that they were kepi
as souvenirs by iong-dc
beia of former governnv
The pleasant Drst-flou
virlooklng the north border*
and lawns, are the cen:rc of
Royalty's family and business
life.
Here tlie King had his study,
where he -pent what wa yfi i
iiiilt leei tlun a 12-hour d .. !
He worked nt n large, flat-ttippcd I
desk given him as a wedding
present by his parents-ln-lnw.
In room* off the lame corridor :
manj ratnll] even]
in Ihe Queen's dp.i*ing-r'>om.
where Queen Kliiabeth and bar
equally musical youngjer daugh-
ter sonr.etime* pi yed the piano,
o. in the King'* sittii
where the talo\ I
stalled and his family watenOd
the programmes by rc'.ful iin-
dlellghl.
Canasta Too
B.B.C. news buiu
heard with
;ii.in thi
vlMjwherc, books and magattwei
lie ready to hand, and hrr.
Canasta invaded ever
liome.
Alur.g the sUtely ii.i-i.hu .
.mi Id .ind i.iil of r-.nn
family pete.
At me end of the corrida
tlie Chinese lunch-loom, whei
meals an no longer served ui.
oppetisingly tepid. Electric trol-
leys with hotplates to keep the
dishes at neex to boiling point,
i i .... ineni on their long jour- _
ney from tlie kitchen. N
lieyond are the rooms which >
were once Queen Elizabeil
guile and afterwards her
home ui which Prince
Chatles was horn.
GUIDE NOTES
KnruJmrnt. Au enrolment took
st oilea* OlrUV School
on the 14th June, when six Guide*
fi'im 28th Barbados made tro-
promise before Mrs. F. A. Bishop
District Commissioner. Mis.
Bishop also examined the work
for the Overseas Challenge.
Hike lo Silver Sands, The
Clubies and Blow iocs from 30th
Bai with Miss Winifred
Smith. Lieutenant. and Mw
Bailey. Brown Owl, went on a
picnic on the 21st June to Silver
Sands. Moat of these guides had
not hiked before, and they thor-
oughly enjoyed Che aotnarlguce
Nexi tune they will take a Lif<
Baver will be able fo go seabathing.
Mrs. Ward . >: -in, it,,)..
dee. Ten girls poated their nrsi
Aid teat for the Second Qasa
when Mr. D. H. L. Ward. Di -
'rict Commissioner, visited them
on the 26th June. This Company
also entertained the inmates of
St. Philip's Almshouse on Sr.l
July.
Mrs. H. A. Talma and Mrs. .'
A. Skinner, Brownie Commlssloii-
er. vialtcd 12th Barbados ,.*.
Westbury Girl's School and en-
rolled three. Brown te*. Gam
were played and the song, wei
sung with the usual amount ol
enthuala*m which these lilt.
ones can always show.
Chief Oulde'a Challenge. W'
hope that the companies wa i
huve entered for the ChaUenp
are working hard nt It and th-t
all entries will be in by th-
allotted Ume.
Ueyelr Baffle. We hope thai
(he tickets for the Bicycle Raff '
.ire going rapidly. You are re-
minded that all books must ba
in to Mrs. D. H. I* Ward, Hind -
bury Rood, or Miss Prank at Cav
Shepherd by the 19th July. 1S-'
i###:h rovm
UHUH V .VOW'/f
PANTS, all Sizes
Now from stock
PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS
AGROCIDENos. 1 and J
ABBOUNEUM
OAMMALIN
For destroying insect pests
WEEDICIDE
FERNOXONE
VERDONE
For killing weeds
Full directions and instructions
PLANTATIONS LTD.
SERVICE TO THE MEN OF BARBADOS
15.73
Each
miJAxri: sillier repot.
i'mom: i7(ii
^she floor you'll want
in your home!
Lovely BO Uaik al, l'.is) to clean, luuinous lo walk upon, lo a
wide rUflJD ff K)lon; dgBBfjai lo VOUf Own task'. These arv sonic
of the advantages ol .1 lliK>r surfaced with ScmtStk Dcor.ittvc iHm,
Years of hard Vtaf vmII confirm nov. irul\ ce'i>noiiueal are these tiles
(which ure resilient and quid- unlike stone tiles p rhej arc ik>i oni\
damp-rcsistjTil but resistant lu fire and vermin loo. What is
more, they can be laid BaTSUghoul the tlOtlM "ii any solid bawn
s4r Ovt' iwtniy plain arul -jr /'(J'n/^/i'e-irrmiit-
marblvtl \hadr\
s4f Luxurious to walk upon.
df Eaa> to clean
<4r ( tin hi- rosily in\iallctl.
THE
"FOLBATE"
LAWN MOWER
A Masterpiece of
British Craftsmanship
SEM.ISTir
OisaasTn -:C TILES
ECKSTEIN BROS. Bay Street Distributors.
STRONG STURDY RELIABLE

Keep your Lawns in fine trim with
"FOLBATE" LAWN MOWER
S. P. MUSSON SON & CO.. LTD.-DISTRIBUTORS
(
?oeeeeere-aooee tee ear eeeeeeeeoeeeoa4>ee>eee>f
fust Arrived ...
SEMI-PORCELAIN
DINNER SETS
WITH SERVICE FOR 12
In pleasing Patterns of Blue. Green &
Flowered. These SETS are ideal Gifts for the
young Bride.
Also opened
WATERMAN-
FOUNTAIN PEN
and PENCIL SETS
Single IViis in Caaes as well.
PriOM are reasonable, when connidering the
...:tv that you will be sure of. Don't miss
;ius upportunity come and make your choice
early.
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
OF
and
ANNUAL HOLIDAY
Oui Friends and Customers
are asked to note that tro
Workshop Department (with
the exception of a skeleton
staff to attend to Emergency
Calls) will be closed from
7th to 19th inst (both days
inclusive) for the purpose of
giving the workmen vacation
leave.

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
Bolton Lane
Phone 3
IIU.....I.................
Ai,ii:ili. Club (.ill Booth]
Phone 48*7 j
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SUNDAY. JILV 6. 1M2
SUNDAY ADVOC \TF.
PACK THIRTEEN
I
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
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FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
i **r OtA* AW*S.C tMZLOH
Tn0 CimCUMSTAMCMS \
\HL*\St COWr\fTlV
CAX^GED.
n&At THAT
' THAT IU CLMA\*
' -Otf HAVTS *IAA4B.
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
^eftift
t.-.l I.....II.
Klnc Grvrsr VI
Gordons
Stands Sup'c&Hiji.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
i ,. ----------------.. ~-=^.
Nl'l M \l OIMJIS; are now available al our Hronrhe* Wl.ii. Park.
TneecKicle. *peiithf%lon 11 and Swan Sireel
Usually Now
STICAUIiCKKV JAM (1m.Iv) $ .62 $ .58
SIIKIDDKII WHEAT .32 .48
\i s< \ri; (Mil lbs) .87 41
BOTBOOT (Tins) M 3j
S\l SACiKS (Tins) .Kl .7J
JACK STItAWS .111 :2
niiiM -it\Mi.M! iitnr)
DKIM ntfUOO (small)
II AMI SHAMIMMI (MflBt)
HALO MAMtOO (small)
I'MMOIIVK SHAMPOO
l-ISTKI < IUAM SHAMPOO
LANALOL 1 km in
LANALOL hoi.hi
VARDI.KYH HHIII.IANTIM
OAJBHBU BRILLIANTINK
INGUSH LATDIDBa iii-im 1 vmim
I'.lliW CRKAM
vvt: hair i>ri:hsin<.
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
T II I ( O I O \ \ A l i: < II IM I II I I S
Tht #*/r# II'#/# Your noliiii' *Vo>* i urtht-r
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TFirwowr 2-oi
mmRMn
EARN BIG VONEY by *-ll.ng Red.I
aging i-"'il-."'" 1-f.M-
IM III H KALES
PART ONE
DIED
..... Ihe Hh Jult IMC Jan*
tibaWin inn fl*n*T*' ...
BOad. C'.inrji
ttenk Hull Method.*
Church >M thence rp'* to lbs
w*a*abury DiMini Fiirn.i
l< B><: <
>riiti, Tn
Eurei-
MIR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE
tl.H.I-l I .!
a. Tudi>r Street
lli> ( ,.*ral wnl
aektre.. at 4 30 p r
W*B1b.,r- DlMtm
la .ili"(i
D'Artv Scon.
Inv the above
, to-dav |ii tr,.
Friend, are a.ked
THANKS
'""mull Through this
.Isu-ereli beg In ihank all
O kind I v B*nl Wreatha. r
of condolence
other v uprniril
in ..in ...i km -
the death Of our I
Mar. '..il- Shcpnri
Aril. 1S01
Oiii* A Arthu
Lillian < Sister
BWvl A Winifred
lere.i
MJKVHIIRKDW v.
- Vh.,
IO -II I
iatlrr-
i othrr way i
path*
nkHIt canard >
Winsbo, ro
Mi. I. Cumm
Mr. I. Rnrh
Mi.- M Robert
IN MEMORIAM
MM b
l>t<.. .-)
Trd !
lulr.
___. **00*g SauSbleri. Ina. Arthur.
H .rcour. Fred. Keith. Uenni* MeahUen.
Ut. Stella Cadofan igrand*- A 7 gree
Giarvd*
last in pr> dear Deddv
1* aweet to braalh* Uiy na*Ti
r, life we loved .you deorlV
n death w* do the lam*
Vincent Uu|hWn
aiad.tone Phillip iion-in-1
iKOMAMn loving inein
tn* Tha-i.1, died Sin
With thv nhnep a pU
From the |Ml> af*. <
To Thv right ruud AC
1 ..ill -ii -pitying J"
Gmill her thlnr atari
fv|i
Fthrlhert. Trl*. Mlldied
Utou guide I.
. UK t
I mi
IM HI II MHMIS
IMrOMAKT SOII.I
By turning in yeui old "ffiaui" Steve
a ue we will give r*u .. brand new ttorr
a .hirge ul pia Thia aeVi
iil |Mm
k COMPANY.
Service Kept
1 -In
r-->d working
NOTICE
CAR imr ITclect Ford 1MB modal In
an Practical) t new Nearest
ler lo MM BO Apply to Yrarwood
i St Bach II Mary* Wall
Um Ui.itrd IIjM
-* between Uia age* oi it and M raudinsj
------ in n.il.adoi ere reui.esled to Call at
r*i i lha Amarktan ConaulaU from Jul* I to
""' II. 1*51 lor SaleetlVB SrnKa Ugiatrit.i.n
.n.dar lha Unlvaraal Military Tramina;
Srrvtca Act
All mala cltliai^ of tU Unltad Stair.
who attain Um aga of U jaora aub-
.quant to July |, INI. tit .aqairad
t<> rrgtalrr upon tfia day lhay attain Uta
CAN m lM i ojndlt.M! Ko raaaonablr ufler la-
vd To ba atari at Lhalaau Gaiagv
iKi Lid Phona OMO 5 il In
i. 14 M P
Holol
J 111 In
tr-lr birth, o
alMr.
for fUMJMr
Aoarkaa Conaulai
InlonnaH
ulat.. Ill
contuit fha
MirTtJlWYfUt Tiiumpli Spaoal
twin I II p MoMacyi'l* in parlxl worlt-
infl oidrr X t l.tontr Pld Apply
MO Aim.-, i-aat Pagwoll. Cb CO
t.iic mm. S.l.M3n
OKI
III A ..in two ion tri.ik and oo>
*Un AW Cor. Tolophoow MB1
vi.ii OI Co Ltd.
Ford V-g 3-Ton Truck.
NOTICK
i \ki-ii or ot
Application* for I wo
clmiarahipi um* bo>. on* (ii) tcnabla
M mr. All.-w., *.-,>I will ba rwalvrd
hi tha undaniurrvra up tu Ikatnida'.
July 1Mb IBU AppHcalionn mutt b-
jiiconipanlad l<> butr. Ortlltcata and
rppiicaaU muat ptaaont thamaalw. to
ih* U04 Mulrr of thr Alktyna Scboot
nn Mnd..% al. IMS to ba Kxan^inad
Signod C A- *KINN| It
fmwt Clarb. *t Paijr
RKAI. rSTATE
-rindah Mud* in
ATHi-n-OV on -
nb. two Hla Kacb
AUCTION
!>' Itarbadai
lltlUSE- On. board -r.d .hlngl
(i>1ad at llillvwlcb VilUda. M
' W wlUt a aa-iWiv >nd
Oltachad will bo a-poa.-.. for aaW
I Oovafiunant Aoctlonaar
d.- r.g

I KU.HTwooll m
With land about H.1O0
*a fr.*lag- SoiUhM foi

...in* room-. 3 txdrc
ot JuP IOU. at 1 00 i
rra Mai
i.uU .
wjiict. r.ntritUy prcm.taa
rv-painwa nd rv-d*> unim tferoaJwOf1
114! lnipretiun b> appointmant onl
Appky "Landfall". *ndV l*n#. t. Jaanaa.
*r.ll, -I ini Off*cc, Vwi. -itrao
im-KaiMY lotb at a p m ,! m
(..I .mi ,i i innTwriwi
Ifir iluillrl houaa riUIWi.g drai
... badn
rrandah. .m
I largv brdx
I .mall I--0,.
Mudarn Bungalow
Q II Ituatad at
oad. conialning
loom, dining
a with running
.l. >! IgflgL
B* NAVY .\m>ts
Dr.Kabla 3 Br."
rupboardal 11 Inch ton*
V*ry
i haviolat truck, no roaaon-
b r .,iTn ivf.iard A Bamrm A- Co .
i.l 3 T.U-tT.n
Titri H I'wd Fargo
-i-rd a-la Morn. 10
'Vi AH of lha aU
lilmn for' ' a
. .,:, MM
\n; a ..i .,
ELECTRICAL
.. '-U a1 'It*. O-.c i' K V A AC
riatnr 110 VokM One S KVA AC
a.aloi Ilk VoHa Pbttnr 4360
4 1 1 -n
HAKHAIH.S ASSOCIATION
Kvar* alngla auboruiii.itr OMgOBMM ..I
i. .iiin.nl Saivtcc air aabad lu
Hand a upaclal grnatal mratlng of
11,v 1.1a.. iu of lha Civil 10tttg Awn
BlOUon lo ba nrkd In lha Town Hall on
Raturday IlUi Init. al I In p in
AOEKDA
To niak* prrpaiaUo'i to mart tn. Civil
nvir. OnrnrnlaatohOf r-.alary ravMan
H F LEW
ftciirtary, Dlv. Ul.
rniotDAlPE. Ai ordar.
Maranlaa U> go Mrs. C f-
roodboumo. rVt-r or Dial
Kir ton.
M
\1 S-ln
IIAin t'l.H'PERS Hoi
il.-ii Llippar> tulUbl-
bow Wooom Um '
i.U-n Lo 14 Iwan Sliaal
FOR RENT
HOUSES
EKi.vFnr-iir. xu.
(urhlatiad. altracti.r
-a-bathli i Phonr I
ii- i i".. lit of Oorrard
Autoiwalic Cbongira at
:d Radio Km-
10 U III!
C S Maffcl Ik C
IIAIIRADO*.
IN THE COLONIAL COURT OF
ADMIRALTY
Tha o-n.i. f .. gitaraUiio
' AOMkara"
Th. Mala.
i In i
|-..i,
I li.uhi
II now. of Tu-ii
fulr INI. I wl
I i'..:,j.'..L B -
: BulldU'ga tm
apprai
JUST AHlUVF.n -l*J" 1>- uu
'Itra-Modrrn Radlo-Ofama iwlth Doff.
.id 1 M'.il cruingorat Two Pickup Hra.la
-bu.ita A limilrd quonlllr only
IJO "0 P C 9 MA mi Ii CO LTT1 .
/ llatuy SUoot.
ttl l*-t.f n
tii'NnA'
m liii.ip
prorruara
ri.AT3V^Tw ri.....IkOTUU al I
Or*. HI Law r. i.ca SuHabla lr J i
AVnll-hla MM IMh OnWOrdJ J'lmnr
mth, Landa End. In
FLAT-Flyo rootnad rial, fully lur-
i.iabad. locaUd in Balmoral Gap From
A off IM lor iwo or throo tnontha
l-hi..
i 1133
1 S3>-0n
from lal Auguat. fumlihad or unfur-
nished. "IMGRID" Nav. Gardrni Thrra
badroonm li.ipacli^n hv rtanganirnl
v.||li tha tanabl talrphnnr nuanh-r t\u
EVMLYN. IbOACrl at iXJ. LTD^
KA BEAITY-Aiii .1...
Humjalow on Bt Jama*
ridn conv.nlrn.ra ApvH
Bovrll Flttf VllUgr. 8t Jar
ONION VILLA M.i
MU10-AIII> RADIO*. ft tuba Toblo
I'Klrl UaKKl Caab or 111.00 down and
100 pri i.l. i,tn LABHLEY LIMITED.
r. Win. Hy. l 41 -n,
HA DAK'
low at anchor In Carllalr Hay. Brulgr.
I.rwn. with IU amngi Partlculara
ma Inventory of tha iaHl Vooool COM
aaan <> application
The appraUod value of the VoaoaL
-Imh - liulll la le*g. la the aim of,
TIIHtTY FIVE T1U1UKANU DOIJARS
Il li fttlad with an Interrwl combuatlui
O.rarl Engine, hai an rallmalcd >pe*t
uf 10 knota, groea lannago of 103.34,
- regi.t.-i lomufr of lift 13. a length
of ion feel, o breadth of 30 J, 3 lit I
und ii depth of 10 Ml The IriujUi
Ihe Engine room la 14 feet
The accorrunodataon ronalala o<
with 4 bed. ea
foi
lor I
H -' i
locker
Ml'LLAKD aULBH ClOOff
.:*.! watt onls 14.- ea.li
lAiMUJCY". LIMITED. Ft. W
Fra-ted
-aail 30-
. Hy. si
>J~|rnonla 1
partKuUra and arrang-
rciiou apply to
T T HKADLEY.
Marthal In Admlraltv
al'a Offlco IftB M-1H
NUIUil lUmtuHlATOM -tmr a Ctlbk-
-ul rvnditnin, call and a.*
nit i.l rtedir^n OI Toyk.r'a Oarag- L.l '
0 7 31 -It. i
F' ng iktw
llir.klaat
Srivant'i
ii'.-ii., n i Condilion.
b.aeil trllh Mtone, abonl
fining I..i Or.lv I'ndor
aarage.
lie .-
.1
-.i in iun-r.li
, rr MM
HffU
Rd .
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
On Tuendarr Kb by order of Mi. J
ink-, we will eeil the Furniture
HarclirTe'. St Utwrence Oop wh
nrludei
Entmaio" Dining Table. Upright Ch.^ra.
Waggon. Hewing 4k Ornament Tab lea
Double Eim Bettee. Card Table k*.
aland. M T Tabto, all n. maJinganv
a A China: Dinner A Tra Service.
trie l-..np.. To-.ter A Ka
Ver-ridnh Chair.. Ru.li Arm C ha Ira. R.--H
en and Table* painted Cream 4k Green
Phillip* 8 valve Radio In rrtaluig C**e
willing Table. Sideboard A Chair* in Blur
~.lrtr A Aingle Wanmona Wagataafl*.
fpring*. and Maltraaaea. l-reaae* >nd
Dreeaxg Table.
HAITIM," -KEAH I'AVJLION COURT.
Large '>>arlly Stone. 3-Slor*e/. 4
room* with Baniii* Scieral olhoi
Boom., linen Gallery .?. n,i a, 1 aUdesl
pul.ed Rack llallery with M Window*
olh.'r Convenicncea. van
flood Condition. Nice Sandy Beach
Good and Safe IVti.ing. Tie**. Oarage
Corcrto Shed lor 4 Car*, well Made
up Yard. Ideal and onetaffa Land lo
H or erect a dO10 Room Hotel.
.'.galow*. khm Sutlabte for
ub or Flata InapecUoii hv Appoint-
t Only IN NELSOCj art, By
F' i l-Storc* Rtone Buarneu
aaeea and Peetdonce. C^nvrrdopoaa,
i Condition. Ideal for ,T IVj-waMo,
i- Under a? 1.300 IN TUDOR sT
l^rgo a-Btorev Sb.no BuUneaa PrrmUoo
A Reaidorior nn a Large Oarage or
Wotkahop. all Convanieaioa. ai Con-i
'""an. Ideal for any Bualneo*. Vacant,)
Can Yield 4130 oo p m Under C3.U01
Can Buy 11 UPPER NELSON BT.1
Bedroom Reudenr*. Cunvenlencea. Oood
Condition, about 3,300 *q ft Going
IJelow in Real F.t-te Dial 1111 D r de Abren.
Auctioneer A Real Eatale Agei't. *oiivc
Bci.ieh". Halting!
Gel
||al | .
lN**ng
tab.. .
.null 1 years', laidrn. Kitcni
KBchen Utoouila. Two A Throo
Clarence oil Stove* A Oven*. I
Weight., oil lamp*. Magnet Electrvr
Stove. Lawn Mower. Oarden Hoaa
Tool.. A Stone Saw and many ot
Item. Solo II 30 o clock Terno Ca
BRANKEK. TROTMAN
Aurllonrcn.
CO..
Jul aa rlatad
te*> -re raeri
.( Ihr.
Mrt INP1M.
PAKAI1BI
A ill ,...,.ie M Kaaji |1 g < lOJo h,.,. on Thursday 10 Jul M and
at leso houra on Saiurday U Jul Ft. The Commander. rartbOaan Area Will
. . *.- Annual liuapoetto*. on SaturOay 11 Jul and NOT on Monday la
n lad **r<'i Order* Tt,i* I* a ...mlaury parade and Voluf.-
d-l that undnr the Uaguiali-iaa lhar -re li-ble lo a of Bfc
-ami from thla pnrado without leave Volunteer* who not
will not I* able to attend the por-dr Vokan-
W1U ba kaopaetad befora the parade and If thofr lorn out U not up to
rlB*V tfotr wui at i allowed to so parade
Drr On Twuraday 10 Jul Normal orheeio will
and word.. Bow D. c-pa. Or. u.turday 14 Jul Swri_
luniea .harta, caps. S D Sam Browne belt* and ward*
n-nd i,*i- wUI bo hold on Monday 7 Wad Jul wjlb a vl
ma l"i U*e Amu.; laaaii Inn br ihe Commander. COribbaan Ai
mOFIILY illTlCEB AND OBDEBJ-Y SawUEANT
14. JUL U
faetygL. TV*aSaa
"'"SS^/ eS-ua'AJSta
U J- D Skawaa-Coo. Major
iOLF. 4k AdJuUoS,
The Barbado* P-giraant
(.ranlofl a
li.gt aiib
May. IPU.
Orantrd 3 weeka' P/L*ave wef :
U
M L P ttawee-Cca., Major.
ft O.L-F. 4k Adjutant.
The Barbado* Regiment
SUNDW JULY 8. I-M
THE GAB
Will EvmUmjl Wml
aTajSj
UX)K*
TKaWMOSTATIC COrrTftOL '
and M* eaer to keep rloan
Bea them hesOee ,1. too late
niE BAKBADOB REGIMENT
BTeVKNGTH INCREASE
Capf I. C Hanneld
MS IvC Dolphin
- a Me- Meetins of Ihe Warr*
*atunl-> II July. 1001
SHIPPING NOTICES
Kill 4 ATIOXAI.
Utu lad
Wai
Village. SI Jairva*
atllrlOg l.i thr
a brick wall to bo de.
removed from out
SI ii i r will lie racolvad
DnCOSTA A CO.. LTD
i on kali:
MISCELLANEOUS
IILACK ItBCKKH
hanging Unit 1134.
RADIO T Tube KB Radio. II matre*
o 31 m Shi.H and Medium Wave*
lii.n.opl>-.ne Plug m Contact C ODowd.
\ 9m tttj M aB-Sn
LIVESTOCK
Toola 1-, t-. Jt
Duty DiUU, Drill blajul*
i. abraalve dl*ca Secuit
price* tl ilia
ill be higher Da Coala
eclrl.il l>eparlnieiit
4 7 13-n.i
CCLANESF- RII.K Superfine floweled
eight lovely coloui* ' in. lie. WaBff
I -* POT vnrd. get tl from Klrpolam. U
-i. Street t SS-ln
10 pints per day. alau two ewe
A|iplv to Mr Oordon
Uragga Hill. SI. Joaepb T.I
CALVANISOV Special ofTcr i
!..- Root quality Eigliah gajei
U It. |1M1 ft Mflolft
Al... gal vanned nail. H cent* par lb
Auto Tyro Co of Spry St Trafalgar St
!>lal 3004 II d.ft> If n
GOATS o Sanaan A
loaU Frrsli In nUlk
Racket. Garden Land,
11 Michael
Alpine milch
Apply Cyril
C.iunlr Road.
37 M In
LAST A I OI!Vn
LOST
REALTORS LIMITED
OFFERS
Cianblnalaoii
and Din-
and
Ala iighl
n.ent. mi contact in. no
WYNUAI.
Partlr -tone and
ploatort on npproniua
aquare feel land Sitiiat
rv, on Ihe Bu* imii.-
HI M. ti l>
On approximately ll.non, ,.,ia
(r*t of land Sitiint.- '
Hi/ N.w Rc-d i^ei.'.lng ve
I....T ..
magnificent MW uib.lructed W
IM ae. C.-i.i'i-.iK ihrre bed-
OotM dm Wing and dining room.
kitchen, kreoj) tu.-d I0SW '"d
l.-u
Dow r..tali*
H-...
aerviinta
d Toilet.
and Q'o'e en..... i room for
whale.re you nun require
-in um'
LovriJ Stone Hot aa i..-11-...ing


,lh Tub bath
nan hot
I..-,,.....,, 3apare inoim. kitchen
and howar room St-ndiiig on
lei) >'
unlmcnt only
Inapection by app.
IOU BaWeM COTTAUE
A lovely cotUge standing on 1
Rood* FT 'Prrchea of land. *lluata
at Si Jamea Coa.t. raarknd u- -.n
private bathing Comprlalng three
i
follrl to main c*dioom. draw
and dining mom E-ir..pci
opa Totlel. with
....i.-i .|. I
. gallery
and cold
LANI>
Upton 1'lanUl.on. guaran-
teed Electric Light
Near
Near
a Coat!
Golf Clu
REALTORS Limited
REAL ESTATE AGfcNl -
AUCTIONEERS
VALUERS
ISl.'lll Roebuck Street.
BfjjMM MM
s l-,e lired AUalUn .Puppla*
,.l,lr eailv AugU't 4 Male* I Po-
Uook now 1-i.oi.e Prior loco,
0401 Oil*. 4171 OTIS
MECHANICAL
and SMI
In eacellonl coiullllon
y Co Lid -riMMie IM
4 7 ftS3n
YrKWIIiTKR One lloyal Poilable
*wriler. KJuiel IV I iut0 Model, with
>.l fret nr. Magi.' Margin. Kneed
It'KITT.RS II.
in ..i h..
a i.-imhii u
pod -,th i,,.
.....i mm* ..ii
t be mined. >..u
tie c lie.i|- .1 i | -
nwoya chocs' with
repair w.irkahnp
r.WltlTKllS l'.ed and now typg.
\, .- II.l.i I'oil.il.l.a ..ul. 1110'
':. i.l 41 lit 00 and up
mm'ttlne. may all be bad OB a
I U...1 without i.tillgatlotl E B
< A Co.. Ltd Lr. Broad I
ii m Asia K
I Fully au
Hl'Glin..
i.im.1 camera lateat
nallc I" II Xenar
.- (. M Scclt
4 1 M .In
MISCELLANEOUS
(v iu,i oo orory daacrlptwr
;;..... China, old Jewele. Bna SUvei
A.teriolouiB Early book*. Map*.
aiapha ate. at Gorrlngaa AnUqua
.dloining Bar.) Yaehl Chab
. > M II :.
> i'l> V\ Hi........... |-.i h .- I
hite. A and B cup*, all alrea. II W per
Straple** Brat 13 .U per pr The
Modern Dlr*. Khoppe. II road Sit
SPHLSt.V.MX I'lANTATloN. SaN.l
ratppn Ai.i.m Far arable acrro and obou1
ii .it it. in poatiaToa, load*, etc Mar
Ihe undaralgnrd :
CARHSNGTON
rt. Bridgetown 1
The underdgnad will offer for Bale at
heir Ofner No. 11, High Street. Budge,
own. on Prldav. tha Mth day of Ju\a
IBU al 1 p m.
THK DWE1XIMG-HOUSE known *
landing on I acre 1 roodi
of land on tha main road
III. Saint Michael Fle.UK
ig waler.
day on appllrallnn to
Julia Alfred Bynoo an lha premtaoo
K.ii tiiitirr patticulBTO and coridiiioni
sale apply to: COTTLE. CATFOBp
NOTICE
ALLriM -i innil IMlty
FXAwtNATION
For the School Yoar boglnnlr
opt ItSXi Era-r.inatii. i for t
10 the Alleyi.e Sctiool will be i
Monday July 31. IM ill im
at too
A] plKatMtn* together witn Baptismal
C.ruftcaloa and Tenimonlala will bo
iccelvod by tha Hiadndunei up to
Friday July IB.
Application* for one or moie vacant
Foundation Scholarship. Unable at IhO
itAKHAIMlK BRITISH WEST
INDIES
IT mii li Ml ll-i umH
Ai-
alar lor tbo port i
.lined to teach Math.
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
OAI1JVU (SOU II ion;
M S STTNTOR nth JTTNE i.jj
s I COTTICA lllh July. IBM
VI S NFSTOR 1511. Jut*, 1051
"tuiNi. ni riiuri
M s nit.-vNJiatTAD mn July. IBU
- mi im. in ii. M. i-ik i tKlri.i
a nitmsn oi iana
M -I RTEATOR 13th July. IBM
x S COTTICA 3BU> July IBM
M S NEST-H! aih Auguat. IBU
Ml IM. IU nilNIDAU A CVBAtAO
M S HERS1UA 41h July, IBM
ill RACAO OWLYl
M S IIESTTA Hat Julv. IBU
* P MISSON. BOM A CO I.TD
A grata
l-ARIBBEF.
M V 'MONEKA- will
Cargo and Poaaengcra for
ica Antigua. MonWerral.
and SI KilU Soiling Tn-
lib inat.
M v "CACIQUE DEL
will accept Cargo and
Praoangrr* for e*. Lucia. St
Vincont, Grenada and Aruba.
DaW of Bailing to br notified
1WJ. SCBrOONSB OWNERS
ASSOCIATION lINC-l
Canalaaaa, Tala. No. 4011
Canadian National Steamships
.-lir.lll.UIM.
CANADIAN CRUISER
CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR
l-ADY RODNEY .,
M.*4raaINallfaa
^ Juiu. J">F
1 July .
U JolF '* JuW
Arrtrao BaM*
4 srsoo
B July B July
14 July 14 JUfr/
Si July M JulF
,',:'
. teochlns In 1
School, will be a recommendation
SAIARY SCALE Ul aij land
Honour. Drgrrra |1 M4 b. I7J
si 304 by *iaw>-Jt.7PI
iHher Or.-iduatea
W.410 by BOO4>I.TI4 by fll- M.
Cr.dust*- who howl a Teacher a Dl
ma will b. paid an additional *a
D.ia par annum
A coot of Uvl
payabla at oravoi
ihe Salal
ci-i.d bv taachlng orperience
nl*.-l Secondar> Scboola
Tli. poat I. not a Oovei
hul i. pensionable undo* thr Ftaiba.V
1..^ ...| Po-.1onA.l ^^
p. i.'i' ay tha BHreaERrin. Rody H
^The" aucoraaful applk.int wlU
t.i'ed lo aaaume dutlc*
IBU.
-T-Ut'l[r"iT.I ~.<-on.cnni~d
recent laolhwor.ula. a McdMBl cortlll. i
it Htnota. a Birth CertlHcaW and ~
taa-iaph should be ubnuited
Mr-diiiiatrrw*. t Michael'* atria' MBOt
Mvtlndale. Road St Michael
SARRADOS B W I
Ifearj 30th Septri
EnUnolvr Lktlnn of Gt>o*j
Claas ProppitT and Lsn4
AIw.tb Arallsble
FOR SALE
SWFETHI-IJJ. St Pater An
F'tair t>pe tuae built of alone
ConUins urge living room with
French window* leading onto
coverrc varand.h* w
tea 1 bedroorni. k 11

garage
1'. a,ye* w II laid out
i.l. i With right o way over
HILIXTUMT. Halhaheba Sub-
lUntlally built modem rtona
buiuralow on brow of clifl aftord.
ing Ana view of thu wild and
lockv coa.i 3 good bedroom*
living room. 1 .ade gallaeloa.
kitchei
Fi.-,
. I
wBtar. Ovor S i
VHAA VICqUE BT VINCENT
-Baautiluiui *Uoaied huuae built
of local atone with iJiagmScant
view, only 3r> nulea from Kinga.
lawn, 100 yard* Aquatic Club
Beach with rxrellent wimmlnat.
14 bedroorra*. 1 bathroom., lai'ga
lounge n k |A|. verandah iSv B
mtbutldlr
'-me*
apactoua home with
idlnga, cool location
nWisV.king coa*t.
YOfeefQ WOMAN a. ge-wral
C-..Intry girl prrferad or foirlgaor Mu'
aieap in Oood home W.lle P f P
Advoc.lr "
N-Uonal Caah B..l'h.K*eplng M-i
Ope.ator with prevwrua onperUn.c.
iuim dullea on or before let **' '
Apply in parrot^ with n
I11UX(I>ER One
'nckcn brocater rhnn.

TO-DAY'S NEWS HASH
Llf.irniK uul uur new Block
uf shot gun t- irlnd|aC6.- -
12 GUAGE LXEY(11.65
per IOU NET CASH
Hut rlor.li] | out reduction*
on all HARDWARE ITEMS
JOHNSON'S STATIONER V
and HARDWARE
mbrr itai
WANTED
Barbados Amateur Boxing Assn.
I'rtuVr I'"' jialrnrifflgi' of
CANADA DRY
Entries for the 1952 CHAMPIONSHIPS
to be held at
THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
tluriim UM monlh of August at a date to be winouiwsd Ister
("hainpionihtps ii'l'I hi* (
Fl> weight
Bu mum weight
Kentherwelght
Lightweight
Weltt-rweTghl
M uld It- weight
iti'ited in the /oUotrlny dHiylstotu:
under 112 lbs.
11> i.
- ,. 126 ,.
- 1(5 .,
.. H7
_ 160 .,
Light Heavyweight .. 175 ..
Heavy over 175 ..
fntendiitf/ nmijietllori ore aiied lo call a* Modern Hiflh Scno
/or Enlru Fornu any afternoon +5 p.m.
,'*'.'.:'.'.'.'-'
...'.'..*-*.*s^'.*^SS*A*M****W<&***S*S&.
WEDDING GIFTA lew Ironing board
and No-cord Iron aria. *ub|rti lo .pecu "
wedding-am allowanco
e Ltd
KIDNEY ACIDS
Rob your Rest..
Mori people nerac seem to rat aaod
narraTa roaL TSer turn and lawlaaSM rt
on harrr*' when it ma> be ihosr kidaeii
liaarthe kidne.a fillei paiaana and axes*
rid. from the Uaod. II they roil and
(aaneiei slay in Mat oralecn- Osstorbad
ro*l often Mlowg. If rou dan'l real well
atnd use Ikedd". Kadnr, Pi!U Ilaaid'a
Ihe haSBarn Hal .. .m .,.1
batteranal lea! boftar. 134
Dodds Kidner Pills
5% For EVERYBODY
We do not have to resort to small practises to obtain
New Customers. We give you 5'". discount whether ;
you aie a new customer, old customer or a toot bring- i
inK new cualomers.
Our prices on Galvanize Corrugated Sheets are:
6 feet $3.90
7 .. $4.60
8 ., $5.24
all ..ubjtct to 5*
On Iron Corrugated Sheets;
6 feet $3.00
7 ,. $3.50
8 .. $4.00
9 .. $4.50
10 .. $5.00
AU less 6%.
?
ii
ESTATE HOUSE.
An imposing *->
quiet aurroui
on height*
Town mi lea
COVE SPR1NO HOUSE. ST
JAHSBV-One of Ihe few pro oaf -
tie* on thla popular coast with a
compleuly prtvaU and secluded
bathing beach The grounds of
about It* acres are well wooded
and rourd re .id II- bo converted
Into one of the ihoa placea of
Ihe Island The house is of 3
atorrys and poaaeaaea noticeable
chararlor
11. GRAEME HALL TERRACE
Recently built 1 storey houaa
constructed of ilone wllh event*
roof. Large living room, gallery.
3 bedroom*, kitchen, Uundry. 1
looms and iMiagr
JiEA FORT. ST JAMES-Cere-
ully re~rnodaUa I storey houao
on* of the moat attractive alia*
tnu increasingly popuUr area
m. safe bathing Otnlng room,
"igo. vrrandahs on both floor.
3 i-edrooma. det.iched garage and
" II services
indah with awa.1 a
pantry, aorv ants'
stonarooma Oood iiluatJon luhtr
Golf Course. S4J00.
NEWTON LOD.;E, MAXWELL
COAST-Solidly coa.tructcd alone
house containing enclosed gal-
'"lea. ipacaoua drawing and
dining rooms, breakfast room. 3
bedroom*. 1 garage* ale. lately
ccupied brr If S Cocwaol 40.000
REBIDENCE. FONTABELLEJ
houao with kK contained
adjoining Main houaa
is large living and break-
fast room*. 4 upilaira bedroom*,
usual office*, gaiace and servants'
Annan* ha* wid* ver.nidari.
ig rooan, 1 roomy hidFOOaug
Oood investment
RESIDENCE THE OARDEN.
WORTHING-Modern coral atona
bungalow on corner attr with wide
frontage* Pleasant garden with
bodS. loam, concrete Ur-
ce. and number of bearing fruit
>ea Accommodation coinioiaaa
rg* living room, covered gallacy
with buUt-m ward-
roboa. wall fitted kllchon. garage
with covered way to house.
arrvant-* quartara and all ueual
ofTlce* All public utility *rrvle*a.
This proprrtj- carries our highest
rcco m me n da (ton
IN CHANCERY AND INCH
MARI.OW. CHRIST CaTUHCH
Ther lo well con.iructad pro-
parUrt logalhrr with appro! I
acre* of coaat l-i.d are open Id
cflers either a. a whole or
-iM.atelv
LYNCHBtTRY IIELIEVUJJ:
Plraaantl) situated 1 storey booae
With good ground* of about il.MB
q ft 1 gallariFB lars* drawing
. nlng room, study, well
rtled kitchen. 3 double bedrooms,
garage and usual office* Orrerg
raojulred. unilrr 1.000 would bo
cuii.lil.-r..!
DEMEREYDE. ST 1.AWU :;< r.
- BUongly built coral alone bunga-
low spacious sbry rooana and
gallerkaf Accotnn-.odation com-
priBee: separata drawing; and
dining rooma. 3 double badrooina,
large kllchon and pantry. 3
servant*" rooma. garage and
fernery Thla property 1# situated
on tha beet bathing beach Bt St.
'.*WBj*ii 1. la within easy reach
of Town by bua or car. and fen
our opinion would be very .1 liable
for conversion loto a sanall guest
BEACH PROPERTY. ST LAW-
RENCE-W*1I plarad house With
4 bedroom., t.ige living room and
galleries Esrcallenl *andy beach
and good bathing Full detail* on
application
WTNDOVEK. ST PSTTRK-Thla
country horn* with over 4ti jcraa
conUlning prodix-lltc vegruble.
and Sower garden*, also a large
orchard has bran completely
modernised by lha pieaenl owner
Thar* are S wld* verandah*,
drawing and dining roorna. 1
double bodroom* with waahbailn*.
distinct!
WINDY Wll.UlWS. PROSPECT.
ST. JAMBS -Soundly comtructH
atcna bungalow which contains a
spactou* living room, 1 large and
I amalt bedroom*, arcellently
placed veraBdah dtracUy ovse-
Ml r*ahM4|
the aea.
Off. 1
In v lied
SIIIIIMIM.
BBussfRtM
IS III III
Shotgun cartridges (11.50
per hundred. Our cartridge
prices can always be de-
pended upon to be the low-
'HADSIIAW A: COM-
1'ANY
Auctioneer of Middle St.
nan the beat inreal estate
X On bis extensive list I
I S property call.'d "Colli
A. E.
O on "the" *ca nl Worthing at ? ;
\ present vacant, also a three \ _
N bedroom stone bungal'
Cb ( and Wt- <> H
\ eral othei- Why not make $
4} nn appointment and ovet-
X look 11 few. For !t**l Estate \
0 '
\
D AKCV
TAYLOR
Dial 4100.
where
Qualities are HIGH
and
Prices are LOW
LTD.
MODERN UUNGAUlN. Giaernr
Hall Terrace A nicely situated
toon bungalew on 11 cjirn*r *llr
Three bedruorr... living room,
dining room, \rrandah. kilt hen.
d*tarn*d garage and arrvanf*
quarter* Pleasant garde*, well
aid out with Uana and borders
Of ftoa-rrlng shinbo.--E3.730
RaGNTALS
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS
BIlLIUNf. SI'RVETOEI
I'liiiiie 4640
PIsBUtlona Building


LNDAY, Jl'LY 8, 1*32
SUNDAY. UlVOCATi:
I'W.I I II II I N

Government Notices
Attention u uriwo to the Defence (Control of Drug, and Patent |
-infl Propneier> Medicine Prices! Order, 1952. No. 7 which will I*.
published in the Official Gazette of Monday 7th July. 1952
2. Under this OrdfT the rhMlnimn retail celling price* of -Chases |
Nerve Food". Aiihm.i Powder (Kelloajs) *. 'Canadian Healing Oil";
md "Sulphur Bitten (Kingi)" We a* follow*:
Church Services
LISTENING IIOI RS
T MAR1 iKIK. II
I I KM
Chase* Nerve Food
Asttima Powder (KellofS)
Canadian Healing Oil
Sulphur Hitler* (King*-.)
MAXIM' M
PRICK
' am alaUn. as* a - (aa-a tta.v
*m a m Solemn Ma-. ....
J * l> m t>"di> SettOaJ 4 00 ii >
CMldirn Veeperv 4 1* m ,
""i" !i" *Wi"!lvninl"l
-r lIUKUli. i mi tt, m
m H"
Cham Eocmriii
* nata. -Nnr,

t-b-iuiHi mtm ii .<.
, m It... .
- jinv '
I
man T d "
OOD
Mh July. 1952. 7.52In
Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend*
ment) Order. i52, No. 24 which will be published in the Official
3ar.et.te of Monday 7th July. 1952.
2, Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
price* -I "Margarine () MeUo-Kreern Brand" are h follows
ARTICLE
WHOLESAl.r
PRICE
(not more than)
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
, than } lb. 4 Jo
per or
I 913.44 per case of 61c. per lb. or less
24 x 1 lb. tins than | lb. 4,c.
,______________ ________________ Pet os.
Nnir There C no change in the retail prices of the above item.
This publication clarifies the wholesale price of one
Hll n* LftMtt atlppr:
H Ulllai v < nd.% trta*
t I m
firmn miMonm nart it
* >ih iii|i
BETMII II air P.v T J Futla ,
M
room* B A
rMsJcrmi n m. M> i
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Trader Comes To
Carlisle Bay Tomorrow
The Steamship "Tra4tr" i* i>-
pected lo arrive in Carlisle Hu>
roni Speightstown on Monda>.
'uly 7 This steamship Is coti-
mdn*d to DaCoaia A Co., Ltd.
< m a m s-.>n.i., naif H*
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Uaucun i4,ip *j| (atatpunl raw tuna
kmlinni Pnw taMrl ipJjt
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pound tins
5th July. 1952.
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sulphate"or ammonia ,_,~~$r53 70
Discount if paid
by 31st July, 1952
0 25
II a ii
Hind*' hehool T l p.m
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SI Joftn
VACANCY FOR BUILDING CONflTRCCTION i l i l; h-
OF WORKS IN BRITISH HONDURAS
.^^"^'f^iiS?* "re inv"* for 8nlor Clerk of Works (salary1
^SS-CiM0) Bnd lwo Aaalstant Clerks of Works (.alary 600-
^800) on a three-year contract tu supervise and assist in a building
programme which is being undertaken by the Government of British
Honduras. The starting salary will depend on the qualifications and
xuenence or ihe applicants. Candidate* must have a full knowledge
ol timber and reinforced concrete construction tmd should give full
information aboul their qualification*, etc. togi-'her with copies of
ic*limonlals and references.
Passage* will be paid to and from the Colom
I be granted i
(>ill nav at the en lo the Director of Public Works, Belii
7 52In.
H.ll 1 I.
wiiitFuai ;
H*> I
BANK IIAll.
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sprmHTSToWN
idmrtsm
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PayM
Hrv P
M> r Mn.ua
.... Fourteen days '
al lesve will be granted each year and three months leave on
e contract. Applications should be addressed
Major A
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VACANT POST OR RADIOGRAPHER, OlNFRAL HOSPITAL.
BARBADOR.
Appliratroris art- invited for appointment (o the post of Radio-
r.iapher. General Hospilal, Barbados.
? . 7he **lmry n'tnffhed to the post is at the rait of SI.44.0x4b--
S,T^4 A*r annum ,n addition free quarters, rations, servant
..mi light or an Inclusive; allowance of 11.440 per annum m lieu Uni-
form* are orovided. Quarters are not available al oreMrnt A temporarv
Passage expenses paid on appointment and on completion of Agree-
ment.
3. The appointment will be on agreement for three vears The
rrnplovers contribution to an approved superannuation scheme Is
payable
4. The holder of the post will be required to assist the Radi-
OMgM in the Diagnostic and Therapy services of the X-Rnv Depart-
ment, General Hospital. Candidate* must po nostic and Therapy Diploma.
.. ..? Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary,
i'ublic Buildin Bridgetown. Barbados lo reach him not later than
iMh July and the selected candidate will bt required to assume duty
by 1Mb August. 1952, or as soon as ootsiblt after this date.
6 7 52 3n
HKIIX,l.ro.\ CUiTllAI.
II j m Holinra* Maotmp. j p m
r-ompon* Mretlna 1pm lalvation
ttaattag
Efatw M HmiUi
win.i.iN(!roN srNMrr
tl a m llnihi..-
LinJsyd II On hot k
The Schooner Undayd II is now |
<>n dock ui"ii''U'nM^ lepatra. llet !
i;eel Is being corked stid all the I
daataoUvsj iHi|i|-i -hi-'-
being Trmevfd
The Schooner Harriett Whittakc
dock but she Is ats< i
netting a general overhaul. W<'k I
on this schooner began over the)
fcaal week and At present lte Is j
leaning on one side i" the I'areen- '
age so that her keel could Ik- |
Twelve men are doing the WMl
iii iier. The Dutch Motor vesael
Will.-mst.nl Vhich came off the
" >. abimt lwo weeks ago. ia still
under rgBsdrs a* tr heni exctaVgsgV
fr for the main engine 15 baring
repaired and cleoned at 'ho Cen-
iiwlry.
This heii' exchanger Is part of
the main engine arvt its main Job
1- In keep the engine cool. The
vill water passes through Ihe tllkNM
and the fre*h water siotmd them
Theae lubcv grbJCfl ".. taken mtt
if Ihe main Mggng whM the Wll-
Icmstad ansol M dod DOW iHMng
When Ihese tubes are
. rwfcad, in.- engine Is not kejrt hi
proper temperature and some
part may ghi I |
The work <
1 the heat exchutigei
ar completion
NOTICE TO OWNERS AND CREWS OF PISHING BOATS
The attention of all owners and crews of ashing boats is drawn
to Sub-Sectiooa (2) and (I) of Section It. of the Harbour and Ship-
ping Mastei Act, 19097, which provide as follows: ,
"(2) It shall be the duty of the owner of a fishing boat to see
that his boat is not made fast to any part of the wharves,
or bridges, or anchored in the Careenage except when
actually engaged in landing flsh, or when on account of
weather conditions permission is given by the Harbour and
Shipping Master.
(4) For any breach of this Section the owner of a flsjilng boat
shall be personally liable to a fine not exceeding five pounds
to be recovered in a summary way before a Police Magis-
trate
.t.52 Jn
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
BARBADOS CVEMIMO INSTITUTE
Coaamarelal 01sSMs.
A. ADVANCED SHORTHAND-TYPIST COURSE
Applications are invited for entry to an Advance.! Commercial
Clats, to be composed of twenty (10) students, and to be held at
Combermere School, commencing In September, 1852 The Course
of tiro years is designed to lead to the examination for the Junior
Shorthand*Tvp(si Cerfl/lcoie of the Royal Society of Arts. (A copy
of the syllabus may be seen on request at the Department.)
Two lectures a week will be given in each of the 3 subjects-
Shorthand. Typewriting and Englishon Monday* to Thursdays In-
clusive Student* miut takt all fhree sublets
Applicants must have attained a minimum speed of 70 w.p.m. In
Shorthand and 30 w.p.m. in Typewriting. They should also be pre-
pared to undergo a Qualifying Test for admission in each subject.
Applicants must be 18 years of age or over on 1st September, 1952.
B. BOOK-KEEPING
Applications will also be considered for entr, to a beginners*
Book-keeping Course to be held at Combermere School on Mondays.
commencing In September, 1032
There Is a limited number of vacancies for the Senior Book-
keeping Course. Applicants should poasiss an Elementary L.C.C.
Certificate or Its equivalent.
Academic Oluae*
C. GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION-UNIVERSITY
OF LONDON
Applications are invited for entry to the Junior Academic classes
commencing in September. IBM and preparing for examination at
Ordinary level in June, lM.
Subjects offered are English. Mathematics. Latin Spanish History
or Geography.
There are al*o a limited number of vacancies in
(a) Senior classes preparing for examination at Ordinary
level in June, 1MI;
(b) Advanced classes preparing for examination at Advanced
level In IMS and ISM
Prospective applicants may obtain further Information and advice
from either:
(a) The Principal. Department of Education, preferably be-
tween 10.00 a^i. and It.SO pm. on Saturdav morning*
'Telephone MM);
or 49 Blue Waters, Christ Church. (Telephone 85>7);
or (O H. B. Daniel. Esq.. ft\A, LC.P. Dean of Academic
Studle*. Bush Hall. St. Michael (Telephone 3487)
Form* of application to be submitted to the Department of Edu-
rntion by Saturday 26th July, IMl and addressed as follows:
Commercial ClassesThe Dean of Commercial Studies.
Academic ClassesThe Dean of Academic Studies.
A fee of S3.00 per term payable during the first week of the term
covers all the subjects 80% of the fees paid will be refunded at the
i-nd of a session to all students who have, in the opinion of the Prin-
ripal. Dean and Lecturer. worked satisfactorily and attended regu-
Inrly and punctually.
Students will be required to supply their own stationery and text
books as required by the Lecturer*
4th June. IB"?
WIT
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CANADIAN
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HIGHLIGHT RECENT
CONSIGNMENTS
OF NEW MERCHANDISE
OPENED AT
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These beautifully deaiiined COTTONS make delloht- ^
tull\ cool, churmlnti and inexpensive Fr'icks. Sun *i
Suns. Play Suits. Beach Wear. Housecoats, etc. (or S
; youni: and old, and are available In*- \
n.owi kke) pique.
I'RINTKII & PLAIN SKERSI'CKF.B
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See our SHOW WINDOW TUSPI.AV. and lor llle ;I
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CENMAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION
CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL 4 HIGHER SCH. CERT.
*-i H. Otford c wrwalif ftpwvtoahf iwlar iacakaM4>aiH
** M? '" UMM U.ieirB,, DhWi A C P.. 11 S let. ..
mmi itiwaair a* aaaa*aaBaar \ ) .i.e. lint fhaihnTini It 1
*-, |r>.r Mw.. f. I II. | ha^wiaSsS
'uatenaooflirVeatmaK l< Patkar M A I1D D",v.> lie&.Dn-UI
WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD
.OVEHNMKST -\i | of riCKt p
The B:irba(1>>* Regimeni
Bale one Hlllman Pirku;

up is in i cli^manllcd condili'in
I Otren In a i Itliu in
for the pufchaae of tli
which ran bo seen on S| :
to HeailT'
R^fiment
3. OtTcr^ shoultl be
!< the Colonial Secretary. Pur'.i-
Bulldinns. not later than 4 00
p.tn r>n Thursrtav 10th Jul
4.
sn mw gdbi
MB
B*iTI\OS. BARK UKM
bail* mi-! Lortftei
quoted on request
Perananenl CursU
welcome
Dinner and Coeklall
Parlies arransed.
1 H IHTKLAND
Proprietor.
.oughing, Strangling Asthma,
Bronchitis Curbed In 3 Minuter
Darou havi alUWEi ol AaOTnia ..r T. M. had biaifa ib< ufi.r-.l. i.hi.
_ t*d thai y._ .
*nd pa-p fr hrealh id ean"t -let>n?
l>o ioh >'ii|h ao Innl yn f-l Ilka
..in wete I It'K n.iilitrail* !> Pod
real wanh. i.. nl>!e I mft\. anJ h.\y
. nil ii.il I., take .old anil
II rllnin lood-r
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tf red or what *<*> hava Irlad. thara
. hapa rae u In a iKwlot'a
i.rr^rH.n.n al -I HMNOACU No
l"l-e. no amok, no lujacilona, no
nio'xlaar. All )U do la U>* tw
. lalalaai "Wen al maan -nd rur
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phKiiin. t.iMtni.' tr#anaf braathlnf
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ril!it. ii-uldn'l alarp, rieoriad '
Ml NUAt" -1..i-i-l i ,.
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Tha vat) Aral ..ia* ,J UKKDACO
Bi'-a MBI lo rk rlri'iilnlliia
ihrxuyii yi.ur M. I dna li.lplni nn
lira ridjou.-f th- r(T..i.,,f A.ihma
n no lima ,n all MRNDACO "
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Jt'ST IN TIMK FOII 1 iik
m intit i \i sh isox
ANEROID BAROMETERS
Onlv a llmiled number so select voura earlv and be prepaiert
Aln
HURRICANE LANTERNS
F.stiiblKhed tncornnrste.l
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Wholevtle a Retail
Uniaflst
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Mi l
JOIN THE THOUSANDS OF
ll\IU.\l\ III \ II ISS
GIGANTIC SALE
JIIBT
Plain end Striped
IS in. trlde
99 centi
WHITE SHAEKSKIH
36 in. wide
Best in Town
11.39 and $1 98
WHITE 0S0ANDV
Superior Quality
69 centi
CHILDREN'S PANTIES
37c. np
SPUN SILX
36 in. wide
69e. and 79e.
il is must on every sli<>|i)>iim
list. Why
pay more?
VESTS
All Silei and Colours
60c. and 6Bc.
rUJIETTE
All Shadei. Qnalitiei and
Width.
S7c. and d9c
COTTON PRINTS
A Hue- Selection
30c 65c and 7Sc.
EMBROIDER
ANOLAISE
White. Pink and Bine
_________ S3 80
SHOT TAPPBTAS
Charmin; Shade.
99 centi!
NYLONS
01 Oh lire
II 13 and I1.SS
CALICO
36 in. wide. 60 cent.
BRASSIISES
Big msortment from UK
Pranee and USA
60c and 64c
SATW
36 in wide Soft Quality
63 cent.
CREPES
In 10 Virirtie. and
atfil
73c. sv. ud Ii 12
stuanijiriir^
SIM
RAYON P0NJEE
M teilta
HANDKEROHIEPS
A very wide variety
Cotton & Linen
Ladie. and Olrl.
13c, 16e, and 30c.
BROCADE SILK
36 In. wide
66 cent..
PRINTED SPURS
36 In wide
73c. 94c., 116. and tl 08
BILK SHANTUNO
Smart Colour.
.18 in wide 11.03
CLOTH UMBRELLAS
_________85c.
Bass
A vaat variety a. ultra.
tlve In Quality u in
______ Price..
CHILDREN
SOYS' PAJC0Y SHIRTS
Assorted Colour.
1 for S3 00
BOYS' PULLOVERS
78c up
BOYS' VESTS
37o. each
CHILDREN'S RUBBER
SANDALS
36c. a pair
(1IRI.8 STRAW HATS
43 cent, np
CHILDREN'S SHOES
10 per cent, off
TOYS !
TOYS I !
A loadful of them
at Reduced Prices
TRAVEL BAOS
111 85
GE
Very Heavy
KHAKI DRILL
Limited Quantity
98c and SI 20
OENTS SOCKS
Rayon and Cotton
3 pair, for 8100
OENTS' WATCHES
Reliable Wrist Watches
18 33
Good Quality
HANDKERCHIEFS
4 for 81 00
TROPICAL BUITINO
Orey, Brown and Blue
13.62
SPORT TWEED
66 in 86 20
Latest Paahion
CREAM
PLANNEI. BEROE
84 38, 83 47
SHIRTS
Khaki. Dress. Sport. Cot
ton. Rayon und Silk
Heal Knock down Prirc
1001 Qualities
0P.NT8 PARSON CRP.Y
83.11
JOHN WHITE 8H0E8
10 per cent, off
TABLE COVERS
Plastic ones
$,120 up
OILCLOTH
81 37
BLANKETS
Lovely Qnahtv and
Colours
Sinvle 8198
Medium 83 08
BEDROOM AND DRAW
INO ROOM RUOS
83 48
BEDSPREADS
Bnuli- 8412
Double 88.18
6 Alluring Shades
BED SHEETS
Single and Double
1401 and 8631
LUNCH BAOS
(Convenient Size)
S3 68 and 84 68
TAPESTRY CLOTH
48 in wide
8120. 81 ?3 and 8146
STRAW MATlT
In Bedroom and Drawing
Room Sixes
80c, 90c and 81.04
CRETONNES
37 in. wide 48 in. wide
79c. and 81 32
MOSQUITO NETS
Ready made
Medium 86.30
Lnree 87 24
TOWELS
Wash
Pace
Balh .
Bath ..
Bath
SB "
37c
870.
78c.
91c.
8130
rii.
All Wool Worsted
TWEED PINSTRIPE
,''6 in Navy and Brown
89 50
TROPICAL PINSTRIPE
56 in wide
83 80. S3 20 and 8349
OENT8 RIBBED
JOCKEY PANTS
72 cents
tiia:\ts
lp. 'm. Il.-..pj St.
Nii;m St.
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I'M'.I SIXT1 I v
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, Jl'I.V , 1*52
01 > uric rosswiuTihs
Impressions Of The 1952 British
Championships At The White City
Certificate For
Saves Court
0
0 From i-*r 11
The position of the Society *
I
..'n ul Dm Wbtt Cilv Stadium

1 4ii athletic season in
Crei! Britain which ha* been full
Mil Mir. GALE
i iM >. ; irllei 'm U im VWA wirl,i beNlcn
|n| Thc uri- l Hill ttjokcvil
Uwi) .nd Coidun I
- Itui lh. Is Olympu )
nnd Hi 1 permoat :n


I'd purpOM Of Ihm .n'otlc If
nl i. > .nil i- at hon*
;N prokpecti
cannot be going ell nil
oo irmu-king him for a champion.
d skill whtrh will make ( HU disappointing that John
a great age. Tratpe> of Au.trnha old not meet
Jl must be many years ladectl him in the final* Treiaur mad*.- a
COUId Dlimbtt ia gallant effort in the irml-rtml of
The Ja*naicana* chance, now look
very good indeed in the I SOD
iietm relay and If Leslie Latng
ha* not deteriorated since hl>
grand* 194H Oiym
are almost cen..ln to *m n
A West Indian who showed
promise was C. M Gibb nl Trini-
dad. He won hia tlrat heat in the Account* to elate 1*. briefly,
220 vards, returning a tune of 22.7 follows:
* c.
84 111
402 28
and he wU third to Bailey ajia
Brian Shenton In the Semi-Final.
this time returning 22J I under-
stand that ha> hu been recom-
mended fur a pick in tin Trinidad
Olympic Team and I think they
would do ".ell I.. bag* htm Hob.
. Wnt and Bailey foci thnt I
ihc WO yard and ulm.l lied with irnpro7c
Pliiiiinsaofi in 8.0 second*. But as ut tha" visitors fiom QverMf ..!
he breasted the tape he went top- [nc champioiihip. the own Hc-
bver <"!" ^nc; *** * P'n "3 to (bo side of the track ,(:r.f,,| VCIF rhr A^ruliUm. Al-
one got* the impraasion ,VIU1 ^^ muB0,^ wU, be ..^^ lhc> m gnly )>nc flna|
*' event wiih H II. Welnherg,

i hand & bank
Share Capital
Profits
| Mi 7 M
128 30
138 70
m aein* (horn run. might jrool 1<)M to AuMr.n
world record from the <,. fovtr jn tune f :h. Olv.n-
" m.'r &a*^&.?^- g-u wd * -
luck Is nearly always
*" Mr. Chairman, ladies and gen-
tlcmen. 1 am aure you will agree
ibould
pie.wive. Don Macmillan the huge ._,,_ Hll
mile runner won his heat over *
.
l. 10(100 metr*a>. On top Ijy^Q
.ro*p*ct. will bi' loi the .ji that there was the recent rtu. o^*.i.P"hiC (^u.i*
Wen In tha Oiym- *ild record marathon run madt MacDonW l555y i
pin. but bc.ra a vi.ll... In m- caqlb OtW hrrr b J H. Vt- ,., - ihi. diatance In a .tyle which
..-I lhat Ihe xlru are .till S"5?^^"." "'".;'" "1'^ n "nl ml. oJ the 4
., \X- meriini in ten- .iralchlnj their heada over It. i?'f ""*.'. ,,,'Tr"^ iranutea 1H.2 aeconda which he
IhleU. I.. lh, Xml, John Dlsle, .1.0 won .och ?.^,' ^T'"" ""..^'."J^S
and nth,. -,!cctacUUr 2 mile ste^lc- l which he equ.lled UM ycof
Chaw that he too li Included b> "V1^*"" ""i 1,n*,,?^* he wa> spiked. Hla paituer, ,oun.
Urn pUcc Her Maicty &, e.perl. an a potential world not mean that he will automatical- } M LJndv ,^, ,urr J
, .vents on i,cilter > * Ihe winner becauac no one ( ., d to ,d
.^nee and or all theae ChrM. Chatawajr knerna what the Americans will '"
second to Nankeville in
mini. 11 aces. In the Anal one
ZSLZ $*25!LT& ->* >" push ^ -W-
THE WEATHER
REPORT
YESIrHDAY
Bainfall from Codrtngton:
.10 in.
Total auunfsll for month la
data: w in.
Tems-jraturf 77 8 T.
Wind Velocity 17 mile* fr
hoar
Barometer (9 am i 2* 111 ami 29 072
TODAY
Sunrtse: ft ** a.m.
Sonnet 6 10 p m
Moon Flr-t Quartsr. Jt
Lighung 7 oo p.m.
High Tide *.02 am, 3.OT p.m.
Low Tide 0 1" a.m.. 9 02 paa.
Mtt*MMttl
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u

short exist-
ence. I am equally sure that you
will agree that much remains to
be done. It Is up to us. mambers
and prospective members, to pull
hart 'o-H'lher and by loyalty to the
."bUTinab*.' luik^-Sen *#** ^-"r.ne. and on-
., ,,. ..___ ......__ leltlilme... iM iKirsulng its aims
anu objects, with a sense of mutu-
al trust and confidence and a
spirit of self-help. |<, nuw U
A> hc Sayaa Court Co-operative Produc-
era* h Marketing" H
which not only this parish but
improvemt.T.t uarbad
ppreriale Just whitt this means 3 'mile was not run In record they will have to produce a world
bjgfV Ib B 1 cannot ;irr,|. |haj p;n- of the race struck record breaker to beat him if he
m ^s l-elng a bit false Pirle had ls Bt his bet. ,. .'
irith thai "f f"rmcr monarchs be- several mu dueU with Heckltn i_f
, early stages of the six A**UT Wlnl. *hu will captain Australia was also unfortunnte
ntMtKf mile while Norris (who in run- the Jamaica Team, and wTioac not to win throwing the Uiicui
the C*uren as '1 ,:-,. broke the Hntl-h i>npulailly 1* second only to Three times did I. Reed throw
"to M trie .sports It was ,1K "II1,|. record) hung on well Hailey's U obviously concentrnting obvloualy greater distance* than
A m the latter part. In the mile on the 400 metres. 1 understand r-ny other romrartitor, only to have
whore else that at* .r.kivilU- won by a comfortabla he has had a lay off anil is only 'he red flag signal "no throw" on
J. M- Landy OS Aus- ,>w wnmilng up. Hence the each < ecasion
. gav him something to go s|iht i-ustlneas which was apparent The Nigcrlnny were also pres-
i|*, the last Up. Chalaway. how- Jn u,,B nrst hi-ot in the 440 yards *' with almost Iheir complete
war, K.pt running in and <>ut To appreciate the high standard Olympic team while there were
ockets in the tnrea. mile ana ^ by vnrm ltniMe, on, only has : li > ""tie visitors from the Gold
,,,- won -.veral P*"J"^Tl to look at the time of the heat to Coast They ware mostly well up
pf, coming to in* i" ,,, xkt in spite of the rustlno ii the sprint heats but their strong
nd then '^^ **_?_ ^.Ji W aUU won It in 50 seconds flat. Nlnt was the high Jump Here>orls now te,ng mado
hcj turriedmw^tert-*<* T u Hia^ ^ Hrrnt. , ,r. aIu> p^t xhlkt ^ ..Ilraltfl!||... J" Thc mt
.o. the la*im JiSfTi. C2 rfajgaj rsr. U* fasteat heat In .0 weather and the new conditions of, iat ,8 encountered now is tha.
10 with _*"*_*TT iitflj n ban he m I think, flu out. lumping from a dirt track in shoes. I 1>very Umc when nf,,,, hns &?*
.DPonents ***"* i iViig,! LaOW m the afternoon Wint which they do not wear at home md(). on a pgTX o( tht vessel that
he'HS l^Zxi!*E cms* cart tor the semi-final, and prevented then, from giving of' pa,, flVM
k! iSi^ZSJSri tuSa eipoet- baat His*>n in 4S t Higgins time their best. Nevertheless N. B.
"to" ;\0h^ him llow'up I w?JS m thl/r?ce was 48.5 and P. Dolon. Cfc.e of Nigeria wa, third ami
to .. etlDl 3-5 ^ SJn to mi companion who ran third, did It In 48 8. Tha: they all cleared 6 ft J Im. With
Sy'%! that.^when to my wa, on Friday. Cm Saturday Wlnt regard to tha wither I )udge
.mnxement Chataway increased won the final by a comfortable them mainly on the effect it had
hUHMtT itJS "' u"c (or m.rgin in 48.1. L C. Lewi* was on me. and I could not have been
the last 3W yards must have been second in 48.6 and Hlgglns was persuaded to run In anything but
ilunS" seconds. third on this occasion in 48.1. A. a winter fur coat
In contrast to Gordon Pirleli Die^ who fourth in 49.4 sec- ntiiwc n.iaiTcr^
111 lankj Bguro, Chataway is a onds hi, o^e,, picked along vdOi bUUTb rAlPIII-.U
!
it, tl hat 1
1. .1 Ullo
shook the hand of some popul.
.ithlete amonn those


Oailey. I IhoUgl I
r I'll
4x-mtl
Aiihur Wmt and MM Of two olh-
era also received then
I 1 lartH was also
present hut the l)ul
burgh w;i* aboenl due
which lai "it'1 'he
ma 1 im to-day
This w miniiles
|h0 Queen an.'-
caused a r.ithr amu*lng iMuMm
)OUrnaliit
OUfUy enjoyed
Just as the am
his rtotemcnl about the arrival
ot the Royal part| lb> 1
round o: applause. A

tha Duke
of Eiliii LU .-further
applause. Uu
STRAIGHTENING"
THE POTICK
cut flown again this
i morning to see how thc schooner
[ Potink was sitting" on the bed
of tin* CoreeoaaV A irn n owd
t lined the Wharf and watched th
1 two divers come up and go dowr
with tool.*
Th Advocate wns told yester-
day that ut the moment thc
Schooner is leaning en a side and
MmpMtM K.Rv ,lKl h,.i 1 should Ihlnk ljrwlt anll Hlg,in In represent
lhat if there a aiijonc capable of Kml ,n , 400 metre, at the The iwo floating buoys wr,ch
....lihuiK Zalopek's superhuman oiympit, were brought down with Ihe Urd
bursts of speed in distance races. T.lkllI1( , Arthur Wlnt two Willoughby and the Numlier One
-111 be" Chalaway. But it ' d Uter ,alhcrvd lhai he ls Large wire given a new coal of
..,, |h ,ll """' , entirely satisfied will, himself famt yeilerday
&-2EaswhT.^^En*".-
Im
tind the
hearted and .
who d-d it realised what had ,' ,, iBrtinff uarl the colonies
H?.nI iiUiv lUtia grc.t runner Olympic Games he should be in
0M tbo ^"JT* SSL'S TrJ Sid. mo., much betk^form. In all proU-
bllity he will be well up to the
i ,, i, i ^-,B peak where he will once again be
gfri sh
t i ,1
ttkl
noTVoo wrong alter alL TT^^&!?*&&&& Carr of the U.8.A. He did not
&H& SS he won b, defend tj. "^^j-j-hlp
iHlural chap who stand ha has not quite made up
no of running a bod hi* mind whether he will run tha
!ZZP*Z. umes. he 800 metres at the Olympics.
BTitii.1. i\U letli
rver> other spc
(rod (he olfaeW of Worid" fftr WjffJ .
u ,v vet inothei sphere In Mae n Juat u .
i:ii/,.l>ethans seems Incapable of running a bod hi
>eem t.. b oroortini irlOi i f-- roc -Woo though.
POLO PLAYERS WAIST RAIN: CLUB
WANTS NEW-aOMERS
II* i .ilwn Allrvnr
hi one and Venezuela
..embers n. th's :i.mi
Uowding. Col. R. T.
Nol oply the planter!, uic feel- Ikubados
ing that seiiM> of elation wh I. two. The
uoueos with roin at mi!. Um. htB *oro, n .. .
also Polo players. At this time of riiehclin, Lee Dcane. Mark rxig-
I ine' l"olo season beg ns. I .11. Elliot Willlami and John
t\H the ground at the Gr.rrison Marsh.
v.'here thoy plojl U bad!) iSaCkM t'nlike other games where there
,nd polo ptayeri arc )uii hoping ,.i. qu te n few clubs :nut compe-
(,,r ; ,- itch tluon can reach ^- blghoal. Ihoro
. ,ysj 'it <;Hi. n OOVOrod with ,y only this one l">lo Club oil (M
, ,t. 11..v i gel togeuicr in j
Tliey call .t u rich men's gim -. ; vs ,i> .ml thiH polo, but all ollko aro tbrttlod playing for the various taanw.
when wltriesvini really hectic rhey shunie all the playcm so
match botWOOO iwo good teams, that the best are nol normally ail
1 ew lovers of sport can see ihe bj one team.
uash and ofUmOi gruallllal riding You may oak youraclvw why
of the hoi Ihe ihi.i-e ullei the mine club, m at any rate many
bkIL UV skilful interrept'on. the , pe.iple .ue nut mtei eV.c-,1 :i
mightv wh !> "i ' ptatyori Barrow laklni pail In the gamo. Weil a*
batng tlruck lv 1 ^.i the ball, without getting excited rich man** game, yet parti
Th. proaont Polo flub wa* saying is stretched a bit too far.
formt-o 15 yean aajo, though polo lot iinet thc main ttcajoH I Ic
re long i>e- keep two horsesyou ma] own
Bui t Hi 11 iiul have another at your
19J i s t- ii |k there hag boon ;> itaadj growth pei iv lot land owner.
nd i" l*J*0 the Club House on One tiling though, you Will
tin- C.;irrison was built ami the j1;i..n hud that these poto plaj -
ground harrowod and hwoUod en - lovers ol horses. you
So well supported was the game can ee it bv the way they fondle
in 1M9 and '' koon tha ntoral ihom when thc> inmt them
of the- players, that that yaar la-eaUng "fT the lielu for a real
Jamaican twain '- invited here after a chukka. So when you
and In thc three Taatg played, Ihlnk of polo pUyorS, though tbo
. who twn ;n l i .i i..IK ii danger of gel-
ittsajs, tmg ,i hard blow with the ball or
Actually ihe h-i i lUBM mOTO ''' l'o)" 'l;'k TOU tl-" think of
in Jamaica, Vonetuela no
tbOgl in -he other Vfatl Indian Th* Uub would like more
ml.,,;,(, ni* nn-n to get inter. '
Thc followipg veor th- Cluh Jha game the secretary Mr K. D.
sent a team lo Venezuela and r""' ,o1*' ",<% y*U*rdnv 1-ust
season thev were unable to run
sanlot mil junior team* because
of the Inck of players and they
made four teams of those avail-
able.
The team* were Mustangs
Vere Deane (Capt.i. O. H. John-
son, Lee Deane and J. H. Hans-
chcll; fcangeraP. T. Mu-helin
(Capt.). Keith Ueane. W. W.
Bradshaw and J W Chandler
BraneosErne IX-ane (Capl.l.
O. S. Emptage. M. D. Edghlll and
K D. Frost; and Huater.i U. A.
G Wtekm (Capl.) A. Arthur. K
Melville and M. M Parker,
though John Marsh played regu-
larly aa substitute for Parker.
Busters won all the'r matches to
finish winners of Ihe Advocate
Challenge Cup and lied with
Broncos In the number of goals
scorec1. Two cups were glTwa (or
the highest number of gouls. tlu-
ll. \Va;ner Dolton Challenge Cup
and the Y De Laina Cup.
I remember well the last cruel:
nu.tch between Busters and Bron-
tos which Busters won 3. The
nulslaiicUng players of thi* game
were Mark Edgnlll. John Marsh
..nd Victor Weckes Marsh par-
ticularly was .in good form
throughout the BBBBOfi add his
accuracy of strokes, his nice Judg-
ment, his daata and anu^uautan
were largely responsible for help-
ing Musters lo win the Cup.
On Ua) arnOaO toal season's
standard of play was. not as high
.is the previous season, due lo the
inability to *ilay senior and Junior
taaana, bul neverthcles>.. the games
were nterestlng.
At .ill event*, wiice baffl yOMfl
players are expected to play again
M siH>n a the ground ii> suitahle.
wo can still look forward to the
thrill that polo brings.
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