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! I'.HT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, JULY 11. IKi Sorrej Establish 32-Point Lead By Afo Race In Know Your Crickel Beating Worcester In Two Days Japan \\ ill Reopen Swim Controversy (Kruni Our Own I orrespondrnt) LONDON. July 10. in two days at Kidderminster, Surunty championship victory of nta ahead of their nearest id > i were without a game Worcesinners Lock and Laker both i I Kric liedsci and Fiahlock IV needod for vit m NOI Hants 320. %  TVi a tor 38) 'in, tour.Hi 174 lor (wo. (Glint W not k< U in hjind reout). ,i Drrbv tn< Sussex Sussex %  '<•-. Mfl Leicestei 3GU (..i six. m laid. recently %  i.ii M nun. 16 MC. I.r 5000 r K. | in III Olympic run. Z.ito^ek There Th % time Is only u second to regard ihe ball • BrltteB umpire shall rail "Over" in a drOl tlncl manner before h-.ivinn lb wicket. Nrllhrr a "No Ball" no TWO LAWfc. dealing .with The Over will be discussed to-day, Th* history i t tlw Lawi veals the fact I irk m 1H U UM Laws I-OIK anting the over were changed They were changed again in 1900. 1922 and 1924. who it that tun a>re not rer L 'tircd by the I••..'. to do lh. lull shall be bowled tram tnls 'f"r"l.h"r V'.'r '"l"!u P ^co'rdlni P l.> *" U MNISHING OVER the agr.-rd lundlllviu of pla*. A Ko w)ri „, a || nnhli an "Over" Ahrn the airerd number ha v. ln pr0fT „, U11 r „ hr b,. mcap.rlu-ainmi b „ ^ P1 d M h „ ^ mr ^^ j ^ „ l Drnd ,^ ,„ r unUlT clear t,. the umpire al lhbowler %  „, ,„_,, .,|| tlwP,„ ulckrt Ihat both dde* have NJal ^^ rml ^ ofu n 4 dp irl(1 ilaj. Ui>' 4 rovld d un |y thai he -hall nol boul Iwa "0\rr" i mi-ii ulh rl> lit K C record for the throe milos "f u>tt manner beforr leavlna Ihr ol)r i nn | n B ,\ bwwirr BUT -s. and what U mor. WtekW>. Nrilher a "No Ball" nor ou(r „ ^ bataman at the wlrkel Marathon Hope Peters Answers Doubters LONDON. June SO do that last yeai Maiathon m-rvel disAnd for good measure he IV ivnsing optician JIM PETERS, doing another five miles at lunchInfl 'hi~ week set t.me to-day because he Wt* at real any doubt* about hi* nusatng to-nighfs training run repeat in the Olympic to attend the AAA thnmpiunthc sort of form he showed ships. in winning the Polytechnic MaraSamidcis SariW tlion last Saturday. It was feared that his world London loaea one of it* leading i.*cord lime in this race might amatour welterweight boxers toB4va burned him up. but it was mon^w. OOt generally knnu-n that he w NORMAN SAUNDERS. of the taking things easily at the end, Caius Boxing Club, sails lor Melp epared to sprint if necessary, bourne, Australia, to join his has had nine runs, infannl!•* :(*• Marathon, in tlw Saundars, rw nlly demobilise 1 lov.rmg 80 miles On from Hie Army, has boxed reguhis 12 mile course last night he larly for ihy_the •ting. a "Wide Ball" shall be reckoned ^ at one af the "<>v> %  The history of the Lriws ol BASAN1 Crtckeg places the Hah • %  ill an hi^hc^ mat airrct. bowler bow!lnc side of it he Infana* Iteted .. r in the United Kingd ayten^veral Engl.sh-Speakmg dtftt" 4 %*£* £%*m #-1 "•-d thta 0 amended to A and or bans wh |, sl rumilli8 up „, daorar aw oest. Early Spin Ye. he was out again this morning at 5 45 to do his third bast over Mi ta-anOa course %  "That shows good recovery, doesn't it?' he asked. "I could not Amateur U.xinii A*o.ialiun and Ol his 200 bouts has lOH only 17. .en rases has go*w back to i-e\Trsc these defeats. Ha hat boxed m Denmark and Gcimnnv f,, r hiclub. —L.K.S i MO and 139. gates were not satisfied with (1 Surras 32 and 11 'or u Australia and Ne llnnlly 6. Ze.il.ilHi lll< J"ca Olympic Games Team Short Of £700 (lioni Our Own ( orrrspondenll LONDON, July 10, mph Quntl Icain which leaves lu-inui,1 ol £700. Th< ni.i.iey has : i i Deltli Mr. Hwbert McDonald I Myers and Mr. Vivian Dayes. II gUtniltM, il would have been ul tn London, coach J. J. Yancey ch iih member ol the relay team. n hall or jin iver. thf umpHv ihOUM i ill U.M.1 Ball" and call lx>wl an over fre m If a bo1 BO lhal he nnot HnL.li Ihe over he ha, h..nunnuuoo ilv. ilia wu %  z '" p 'l! A'" Ution ol the minute. So the ,„„:'-y"' *<"<_ "•• £> •£ %  • %  ' %  %  'r caMMM „, 8 M \. bu. In drier powponed unlil 1U. ) ic lie Ihe lu.uou nieire and in. fii|| g inv J11 ,,^ m ,.„, to lhc l.nulish BackinK %  % %  M.„K._ .onlrary in Ihe llnlud Klnidom iun. thi over''^in|VW\eird'ed If he wlni and to will have ,,, %  .?[ ,.H„ lhe-Over-ihJllbedb.il.. English barkln, amon, othe. Two llunw ,.n Ol.mw. .hl.nihe orth.lox oraail .Irokc %  %  H f S. kl N ' !" l Painllil probably be over Ihe Ji JJJ' J, I-IIIII :.t jire-inl i>n the pro"" ninir tut men Mid VTOJ .i,..throwi i IHU: NBinil and A ball ahull not count a. one %  %  %  c; Y l; I. A r nonius. with eight points and, %  :..' %  %  i %  : .,i.n DM <•'•'" red Malnst Whipreatod in each %  %  %  i .tn ring off the fttna. %  light in a • that any%  any UmeJ i the contest, IQO BOnis. Both have ixvti elected u %  I Nations AsKooil/Iy ran their Olyrrpif 'ortab K mistered 1 '" /,: ''.' '" '** %  • butterfly sti.ike ov Ini V.>i\ s Best fcver Hi have a f J THE United States will he I si iKting its strongest ewer athit QVgf 100 yards <>r m'-tr letus te m In Helsinki if performhave not appan I B nncen in tho two days U.S. Irssal •;>• HjppJc oi relaxed %  %  anything m go by. shoulder aetion ti> continue o< in the two days 13 new oteatiiiev have not i feet rhythmic timing fo< lh|] events, which means that the 19V,! tricky ttrotW. U-8. team excelled previous Mmi The-crawl found si in all but five events. -. hen ihst tntritThe tlrst three in each event •y**trt*mun i during the trials won u place in the team. MOBUM Of this m.m champions ware loft out Ihroug ind accidents. DICK ATTLESEV, world re %  ord holder In tho 110 metrr> hjgh Intercolonial cricket history re ds ttut gainful incident in which blown off the striker's urlcket b,i ll.ii bi'-t* bowler slipped and fore he plays his stroke or if the jureit his nmtVa in a game with bowler in running up to rlelivei Triniilui ind was ci>mpel!cd b> the bail, allows it to slip fn>m Bal the umpire to complete the over hand beCoN delivery. which bw did by sitting and .illIt is the umpire's duty and not ing the boll along the mattint! tho scorer's to c:.ll "Over" so 'hat Under fhis provision the Umpire any additional bills allowed h. rhould have called "Over* and reuse umpire because of a miscount gal h ted. re valid |i in pver Li left incomplete I have known scorers who ihOVt (or some reason at the start of any %  h H I MHH II MMHH H no raeorda were ael un In thiIB f rom .V 13 B0 y ,Uon *Qwt" much to interval of piny, it ,s timshe.1 I* 1 " J n Ul ?J? the discomfiture of the UKnpU Oiurv n-cnrtl* how' i done over i oss Iho Another Idea Another Idea, I think, would he for the Olympic programme dis ^J'ST^T*?^ .-eeToibVau-irnKti'^rh:,.: hurdle-. mlo. the .earn when ITBLX SSJSTS J£)TJ£ -"•*", < Je.el^ued even „ h^ J**jd Oee.u-t ol edict, enter n Ihe relay wh.ch but over 1*1 metre-, and the back"*t l*'n alone ,„ athlet ho' whole world Is expecting us stroke held over n 200 m elre< vancement Wo hrncigQD LI win. course. li 2;?-year-o|,| Australian professional 1'oter Thompson. Tho final Iwn rounds .. ill lpliyed to-morrow. .i-.:! of Iho aoal.-. %  %  i. Mill .n l| of quick good hundred. Twelve < ffleials M | atll frU make up the pnrlv l ";.^ morrow Inetoding Bartwa 1st Ken Farnum. who is affiliated i team. TO REP.vtaCNT B.C. AT HELSINKI i • own %  !(( .'.TOWN. H.G, ,i> li' ce< ii Moora. 1.4-xaaT-old llght:i ivv % %  eight-llftlnn cham) Ion, %  leaving Itritish Guiana on Sunday Ihi "lonv's oily representative at Helslnk*. THE WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY i: .Infall h-om CodringUnf .11 in. Total Ralnfa.ll for munlh U, dale 1.1, ins. Ilishesi Trmnoraturo: M.5 r. I am-.t rrmperalure: 75.0 P. Wind Velocllv: 13 miles p.r hour Itaromrler IB a.m.) "i 41 j 13 p.m. I .S?4 TO-lAY Sunrise: 548 a.m. Baaasl: s.ig p.m. Moon: Full. July 7 l i iiiin -HI i, i. Hllh Tide: 6.48 am. 7.36 pm. Low Tide: 13.39 a.m.. 1 08 p.m. SO MUCH Is taken for granted by so many these days, that I record with special pleasure a gesture of gratitude which Surrey County Cricket Club are making towards one Of the most renowned cricket clubs in Surrey, Thames Ditton Fo, the past three years Thames week comes from Leyton, F.C Ditton have played %  match defeated l*A Amateur Cup nualogalnat -'ie Surrey XI In aid of n Ists. Clubs, players and all who piofesslonol taking his benellt have helped Ihe club in their In 1949 it was Eddie Watts, in uphill struggle have received the 1950 Laurie Fishlock; last year club's thanks on printed cards. Jack Parker. .,message: "Leyton FC This year no SUM, s plajrar has Committee send this token of I benellt match. So Surrey are grateful thanks to all clubs who going tn play a match for the havo reWdoTa d us assistance in benefit of Thames Ditton. II takes completing or league programme place on Sunday on the attractive to all ptayan who have 'guestThames Dillon ground at Glggs ed" for us. to all who have sent Hill Gicen, known to every user messages of good wishes and conof the Portsmouth Road .Kit of gratulaUona. .and to tho many C'cnlrnary full The Surrey XI will be at strength, led by tha countv captain. Stuart Surridge. With SUmy lirmly established at the other friends and woll-wl-ihei-s who have aadi I-^I tha club 'ihape or form during the past '0.'l> HI." Qna-CUti (horn-. Rebecca, dark and diminutive Ife of West Africa's R Rice's Custom Tailored Tropical Sport Clothes of gay (or conservative) design, are of lasting value — and, too. prices are par! sm i C. B. Rice If I ul II..!.... lur head ol ihe County < hamplo.thlp. Ankarah. n. ushered polilelv he gametUiould.be a great attraebu „ rm | y bv [loxlrul Board ^M ISt' E?SJ """ •V'; bs 1 "" oBdUj ... <.nt near nal benefit for Thames Ditton he| hu b and'B corner during the The unto motive Uj promple.1 Nottlrujham tinhl in which lie WM "^ i'!.'" T" "?•"•;, -""'< %  ••<*>* hcaten by Ray Famcchon of ullh Thornton Health. Woklng. p. Ilelale Priory-in celebration of F „ r Rebceea. „ brlht fljure In Southern ,,|,„, wh j„ „„ d ye |low. broke • boxing rule when she began a %  .lie-all] chorus of vocal support bainl In shrill English -Twl. comer have :l,iii icntenary—and Railway (llayne. Park). A spokesiiLim of t'le Surrey flub iHkmmented: "the elubs hav been very good to enjr professionImd'her own"niili've "tong\i ,'.'.a .^ ""' W " V ' My n '' VPl 1" %  """er-. corne, irieki i the '" Ihc J d half %  % %  --1 :' v %  !• un nit: the ... : %  Sol %  The last | iff .. n ( >st and i hard Manning. Ken Malcol 9 n. rdr Swordfiih. i-. and Hertstrl Portill and Neitor Porllllo 1. TIM learns were:— Hilly Manning. Frank line, Del beet l.rowne T ive I..ii Clarke ud C.eornMcCk even to .i Bol'**: M. Foster. II. Patter un, II % %  h id put J.i lr tea I Johnson w Weathct i. n I. kah li .K d • %  %  ,ii Swordhsh: H. Woalherhead. .? two n .' %  Nrkan, D, Roeeo, II PortlUo, N. railed out Portillo, M. Fit/.(;.!aid an,; II if each Jones. Orate and Whlpporays: G. Greenidgc. H. Wt.ilherhend. A. Hunte. T Vi i %  i. I. Sus-nce. P. potto: and D Whipporny* O'Neal. WHAT'S ON TODAY Oils and Fats Conference 10 00 am. ( unit if Grand Sessions: 100 a.m. Court of Appeal: 10 00 a.m. Baskrt Ball al Y.M.P.C: 730 p.m. Film. ..; British Council 8.15 p.m. ASSIZE DIARY No. IS, Keg s. Joseph Brow > \o. 37. Ror.. \-> Jamo*. Itj*nrs 'Thank you.' Practical appreciation sort appeals to me I'm will appeal to the dubs, u Ley ton's Thanks Another nice gestura of thi nira i la keep aulec, and Mrs. Ank af.er tlie fli-st round, was moved to a Inm-h oh ilr %  Dtna yards from Ihe ringside. She took It all In good part ,l "' —L.E.S. MH i m I HMMMM MHMM SXJC^T—:' T-. %  %  %  : i :, -• %  ^ZZ^ZZ^Z^-itT* %  ? ~^~~ JUST IN TIME FOR THE HI it IS 11 \\ I SEASON ANEROID BAROMETERS Only a hunted number so select yours early and be piepared Also HURRICANE LANTERNS Es '" b ,h "' T. 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1 I Kill w JULY 11, 1W2 BABBABOS MiVOCATt FAt.L TUIU.l First eye-witness story of the raid the whole world is arguing about To begin with, the Ack-Ack was thick, but then Six days ol diplomatic crisis in the world's capitals have passed since the Americans first bombed the Yalu river power plants, close to the border of Manchuria But amid all the discussion. hardly anything has been said of the operation itself. What hapinrned on that raid, and why did the military minds Cftnsider it necessary r Here is the first complete answer From RALPH WALLING TOKYO Saturday T HL clouds lay hf.iv'. in toe Miltry sky ove* %  -i -.11 -Sea On ihe nortlt-cj.tr coui .it Korea steamed the U.8 ner Princeton Philippine Sea Bon llntiimf. And K.chjnJ Swif;: ,. west K Skvra.du iliw-ixiniben took N P u m ( n MI Orel! of l'i: .. h< -_ . So DNii'i tie i war— the bombing ol me Vain rivet power plants. Ilia! j:%  -::OOB hev pm ow in* i :! % %  ii •forth DODGEO R*0R for iai> BUIM UM rfmti-. tiers Hew ; Hln;oM ri.pu.ne the -nounlA.il low '" gal -Commiin 1 "' adai m>rn:nf %  \ ud %  .ru AH Force South K h>.B*i MB Tiee'hei 't-.ev 4-Mine m *(>n Mai AOUSM Al 300 miiea-afl < huti: iftc* dived in wnMifl iral rhe nrv OOOID fell DC new mlnu'-e oust mar m h* fer D0H One-'on oonib* nppe,] uw concrete roof*. D •ICIlOD DORiAf exploded ati" 'hruma ine o %  ted ame biaclf inwBc an" ffl Hatne-% %  RiTISH THERE r\n W mmo'ei tnt -a i Mjp M 'tip o-MiiWra mi -nuiesiad except f"i urn m which unev Wm*fi -eatea MsrUM and a.i (dm UMtai*%  n Ou Meteors—fovcrrt mem Fh.-. tailed in vain u> be on* by Hod MiCH ihougt. were bMd 30 mile.< >\ nauUaneonalv rai*. nale .i ion* Mm ai ftHBf) on • %  > -tongehon fleet and n, at .4*11 ..i i LumieueaM OI*II low mi%  Tne ac*-.ick lookeo rough -In,! i ..ana* wen' in to alust* fie p:.inr* Artr Uvtr niTv* n to It." 40-MILE STRETCH hj'.li'j 'lie kcyalone ot ItM Zulu's mammoili hvdi < hid a chequers) It was built by the Japanese ID 1B37 and completed in 1*41 It aril 13§.O*I.OO; and '- •he foiirh :argrs* nlan* *n tin world. Tle Bicat dam-barrage is niitii :IOOII:' •*a uv in* rate Damaaan M -1 uni io w; mat* no 'Kintrtw %  n. *ua so n was ..%  L&i gUghtl I a! PR3 fru.iipled IL %  Gi WELL DONE' %  re in* f#rt i %  h i a 40-ti OOP unacny o! the plant was oooated or Soviti -ru from WVOOO fcllo *iLs to 000.000. So* II varda. tnuwiorm-t vardi ni iurbiue nuildlnva arr MaaLrd and xvnwuwd Boforv UM rain a Jw*mv -rj|ia*r n r*ia*ir a' %  iu'nn in ral Hark I'Lwfc % %  %  iw.ider nKoifw "'(Tw at t c t oon'ribniA] rttat^raily to tru •rdec on ol uw *pVfn> • war wa< it iioiat!ai r Oraral Wr.Und t'J* Ait Porr^ -S^thiru. not %  r.atW &<••*". *ent Miny." Admiral Brlarac : Lmi jJi:nu eni ofi wlUwwr a %  MBV VlerUmiul ( Urk a.n:iw Wrt! ^lon" M an hands anr* added: ~li aia* ute old tinifa." NOB wftur u ia .! %  o.-^*(id tat* "iid> ,, E il i if lit Mr av ixi'ii'ttuad raitiip it ,i t r TV ftanavlf • To ui^lrrauaw Iflir 1 it...,i %  rou LD* siorv oi thAoraanmia Aluad air opciatlooA : %  io strangle the Rod amitr* .suppiv tinat m-n not mrrtiirtina ftrstrtcanooa W.l • iniui nydmi'lecti.> -,-'.in llmv kiica Uiai nuDdreda of arecked u-ucka and ratlcar* were betnit pulled back %  nto thoac raves repaired ann AH Dark .HI io (he nuuli an.i railways thev we -.ina'anti tiammrrtriK Time and af i rioWD orer Hie po*^-Dl.nt* am' left Ufm unac^rbed adBinal Brjor ol ne U.H Hmvy. ana Air Porce VWilan-l MUdaUUI UlCli ODD %  %  %  : iTid o"! rje nil —not b/ any pi''. iul m nne tuir bio* TACTICS CHANCED Ueneral !{ %  % %  %  ." (if foniiei Untied Nations Ron "landowr. utr^rd Hat reoi Wajhinirion chiel Sia !• dmrtn* Appr 'hrii..nt!i* ol H Man ... ... % %  mved too iironc rhen the lacttea or tra wn mrlard Uaneral Uar %  n-r v*-ti • nttn and I Waahansiori u> 'ham Nfll intll Hi | R1 I %  wbkb rn i % % % %  rai la a*i Uie world uiUiiti Tnree lime* ll aaMd On Prii i.i '.IHlout Ml rbaa M* '.i %  %  OTHER LIGkTS ,,:I.:I .: i. DtUM Jl Por Arinur. or eten ..i %  ll la pruOabie utr aonj oileii no otlirr *ntrle tarei of co -cmDlei -,itae CONQUER PAIN WITH Murre i ... I No Limit l .man %  uaJBMtJ the di .that ond danPtit m mon/ parti of rM how melcomad ANACM' fr of pen. *n Greet Britain o*er IZfiOO tori aaa* oVntda recommeftd 1 rJiii onoffei.-. and ue* It fi their iwrgerMt "///^ X^ QEl SOME 'ANAGIH' TOdA Y AMD AKM YOURSELF AGAINST PAIN .UI CbflQH II, A be\>lopnu-tit ll.e original JL l4u,00U.OUu nvatli .ivaila pawl onpai %  'Hrs trom \ai ifa\QM,M I ii %  %  • %  lane AcM, wkich l.wi un tieext i I-al ) %  larfoat HI %  )•, Mlk .il upOTalKii in lUii. brmrnirf th t l a-.ar-i up -..i KIMB u %  %  ..% laaaaWWak n l*M Grants Thr* %  .-aiua m. i Bin uti* i .: load Oc.fltyMawH in UiOiau Ua-uDaaMbaal awvariiinoi.ts. 1U.O00 (in aurvey and %  her la run from London ,uil i-ouaafviiltou work in DomlnThr pattern >_31 r~io UM mi*, d f'u a nirh Iht B acwnt drawi fi lulr 9. Bi . Of formuiii .i i cmMrah I ^ lit hMM >l : %  %  %  i k to MM %  "Iked bach Into aeaaion lo-dnaH of M Mf atouaa VMM for MBS. Three I Tibervote.i • %  For a radiant thine -***> I • uitea and lit u -t.P. SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay *•'• Mai-ton aWUe WH Tbaxw is alao a anurlj item nf 'uesrtnt Of M.v 'Jrnni., ii^i^.^ai* i Lucia of Dr> Ghaaoi tne '.eolhfrtn:il Bodi aravDn, 'ocat rru.neTnent; whUr private I ."'"' : rtCn 1 .ha n ? ^ ^^K U %  V,J. ,' .•nterpnse (Amerit.m aa well %  %  V aiuc *'tar. MV Vva'U* the fit.'.e Electnrily Authority 'rilL^hl hclpa public fund.s jf IceUir.tl. )W W upon these foundattofu.ll the fuaKtbility of harnessing CIUT. *. Hut it adda: U dMWod from Votcanlc fuma'It should be retdlard thai. a c rolea for the kc''iatim; of etcrm>n'ial rul*, tludtawtopiMDl of 'ricity. ileriiil.a upon Cuituncntinit on Hat i-niiuou Hi— draws i |ba> fact UuU not oiiij „. %  vunmiiif low. but -Is* itial I.MI* J*. ji. raagci'. ... %  *""" Bcn "*"erart^ s. Sen. r> al. Lnn. Ben. lj.it v Nsleen Brh l> OaaaTiM I ii autitia D, with drunta al ealae I i. *-h. i^d> Ka • [•V*. Caaaai n,-i, m-iuiu !" iu> dr.1. l>ieni.i "t thes' funds .g.. aaaaVpendlna. It ,-idds: In tne alxLi e ir (,t the ten ulletted by UM Act, 1CM than kalt the alloc,ition<. miw been apont, in aplte of riw • in world war pticea. Thia U due partly lo wur.d ahortage of men und matenaU and partly lo the uiffU-uIt* which countrlea like .viin cirrying out evaaQprnent uniong civil .uimi." Tlic fa^vc point' I .no noi nlw <-tou!y applied. Initial errors wen.made in 1948, soon nfter mo Act came Hitu foree. Tlierj was loo much unproductive e and cotoiiHM wore uddleil wi' %  •octal atrvice* which they coul I not uffonl to maiuUiln. Later, g new policy waa adopted to give pirrc-defire lo sebemaa that wulrl benefit the colvnu* economically "The new poll. -,., the th* improx-ed skin and •raaatprlM Laft !f-t^5L M* I i of Iht local pa* tan try raUMT thl i>wi ihe aurxtitullon of a sort reit -luatrinltaed aaTtculture.'' —B.t*.P. %  ii ii AM Trlhaenum. naenta IM.KU I (i in Iioin Tl IIM,I.I.I ^ nir A ar i am SleamWikj. lYaaar WRI, aeneral r.ran gas u.nirt gaaaaJ FlSF.MIOWI.lt SEAWtLL Arrl.ata . n I 4 .. T.-*4. *•• %  > NT. Ll <*IA Mr. JIMIM WBIMMI. Mr.. Elalno W.ln. Mr. Kalth Hl.ki, air lU*u.auI %  Nsafja, r. Klll> W.tr.lrta*. MIM -ilJai*. Mr. Gnwt Oordi at From Page I OoaaaaJitM annniince-l that hi •UP M.I, mi'in! thrae > %  MTO In /!-.-our of acaUng the Tufi daJi .•n. lium Oeorgin. Conralea %  iraaaa. Hr cbaViea "aWoiam." MV BI uies, CeleaUno Irlante ami "—-l Qaaajja ^^ rdo Colon were approved „ tttCmSm^SSS m M.ntu. E lluldrr. G. Vvancu. J I Bayler A Pair. K Boiun FWMra lo Um, „p hi, line.. ? SSSS^ c i ttSSi..?""• w "' 1 R cull,.I altoul 40 of iila atarlo \n*au a* BW.I A. %  NII>M*I U d>r into a %  brategy conference •'• TMNII>*II I..lTla\Vl-T U^.\lD^S:Ji, iil very much in the race anil 1 iopp^ a ih.nm repented hi* clnlm of winning aaaaaJatM^MJafaawaas ilngUon "n an early ballot.' oul U,., U,r 2*| "" "" CftUai Con,, „,,, ;y been )u.i. The qmaUty Metal Polith BAD SKIN ? Baniefa pamful akin blemi.,hi faat a.lh I'i I The • dgagaa at Di Q m i OaataaM i laliaepiic pro) aaavaaM bifaaatoa, UL*> paid aad %  %  .. boil., pinipka, pi RM MrM>aUM (in—*iz lilBea i, much) p.* Teeth Loose Gums Bleed Hlf-riiinic Oumi, 8ora M !.— T.-ih m-an that voa mar havs l'rdrrhaa. Tr-m.li Slouih %  r ptilitM %  ..<"• hud ata-aaa ihat will aooB*r or late <*ua your teth to fall oat aad may aUr> rauaa Hbeui iili.iii .H.l lliait Ti-mlil"' ImMiii atoua aum hlredin Iho Rrai day, a4a aoea moulh and qul.-bly tlahlma tha i*th. Iran rtad BTuaraata>. Amoian mini niak" yur m.iatli v*l\ an<" aa yi ur te^k or raon*y ba.k „igatuin or empty |>.i.'kas. tit AaTbaan In m ue rhamlal Mday. The Buarante pr>" i Jubilation gprMkd through Risen| hewtri he.i to fWtrlcl tMtri ublc candidate. Satbrfactory J to basic economic ne.-,itie'. ^mne Taft aupporteni but 1 such ag building roada o r draining i ud only falnlly. •wainptt, which while they will l.i i Uaiuld E. aMaa. prove an aaait to Ihe eitlony'i BNI were lo mi t at. or Ixrfoca economli' ii d vance in till In general, 'neakfu*!. Some ol Staaacn'a beat will never pay nil fnVWtoA dlvlf"i*nda nre urging film lo aba n don r>~nd. Priv.,1,. Mte^VrtaV, or thfl ''""' '" throw his support to Tolonlnl Developiiicnt CorporaElseohowur on the ballot. don for t)i t rnattar, cm the-i —u.p. %  Haia.lr.ih J PraOt, U Utter, NMarl. II Koi-v aaai NATES OF t:\aiA\vt. i raw JUI.V 10. IBSJ >aW tORK I -.-„ ,-. Ol ,1 t'l Mahl ur l)nitn 11 1 IB I -i i Cable ua/m re < HWY awt IO'J !!*(-• MI III %  • %  I %  Rllvar SO" l-r CAXABA n a/M% a*, ctaaaua* an Ml/lWi Uamaatf Dr-fu 7B.lS.iV Bifhl Orafla 7B :i j in -. n c.a.b> '' le i*r. CMreaney 1* a/lO*i Fr. Cauaoin Ttl 101 Pr M*. Pr. ailver M* !•/. BULOVA IWATCHES [Only a few in stock as [the quota is limited. .UT YOUR BEST BET IS TO GET ONE They are real magic when it comes to quality. 17 Jewel). Guaranteed V. De LIMA A CO.. I .Til. I Broad St. and Marine Gardens AT NO EXTRA COST! -i au %  %  •OnOM-Vitetipc. M ooe&ii&>''?imci ^flVitasy-foaasfii laaaaMJOt NOW PACKED if EVERY KOX OF Get yours vsday whila tha v.pply lasts! TOCitSf /V. ^nttnii 4-.'i-l maataurinzap'. now In IVary paeUge of <: jriou* Kellofg/a AIX-BKAii! fAOOIiNI BVI -,..''• I aponn and toaap • m on.%  qnartrr-wir.pr^iM % %  aVUraiaW. Iirmdicf •poona. vrMMMI ..... quickly. Acidproof! Offer gaada to amaaat yau v. iih tiae MM agtflcrWpa .-aA*fof tode •' Uaa.*^* -•. :i anaO DateaWiririg apon.-. %  u> uua anurlnLight! Te I %  • Afj^ngtAi* fcvt. Lazalive, too! Ii ivftiaac from cocuupatloa dus to ALL-BRAN lock of bulk ir. tV> dk-'t, enjoy a Y • "ul oi" K-liOKf' %  evr.y dn>. And drink pWnty of water. njtwoi Iu'..-tiva food! r AU %  %  in-' rra/juhng KOOOI. pr quick) Ofier i'. 'g ef Bauk. Creek, Mich. a



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PACE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. JULY II, 19S2 BAr^DOSsA ADY6CATI: MiUI b| IkAStaraU C.. LM.. I Frl>. July 11, 1KZ ivn in i IIKV< E ?.!R 0. II ADAMS. C.MIi who %  i ..,'1 as in Paris by making i| clear that thi w I Adust Id regard United Nations trusteeship as a step backward last week wan -riving ti thing at a gtmnl council meeting of the >nal Confederation of Free Trade Unions in Berlin. An original draft had been submitted to the council suggesting that non-selfgoverning Territories should be put under United mams of i awarding their progress tjO self-government. Because of criticism lroin colonial reprcsenh eluding Mr. Adams, this draft was to suy that trusteeship should be i metropolitin countries' had failed to fulfil their obligations. l-'i ni this distance it would be unwise to OOtttBH rrt on this news from Berlin prematurely and until the draft is available informed comment is impossible. But the community of Barbados and the community of tli.V. i the majority of whom in not Rtembeif of any trade unions are entitled t<> ask whethti an mi-.-, national confederation of trade unions is not exceed %  [hts in discussing a question which could only be decide they cirnie to l>uy groceries from Brain* NAAKI-iVii dfplo;, ,.' \ %  and women come lo register as Britons. They queue for hours to mako are still entitled to British passports granted when they fled from rDtM SlmtlaY queue* besiege American, Trench, and other consuflaw Now. believe me. this rush for reinsurance By passport U s stgnilicont gesture from people who have eon I ben to And a national home with their own race. It is an open expression of a feir I ciave found lurking in Viry conversation I have had with Israelis on this visit This is the fear that I hey are eaughl up in i> slow, strangulating process of economic bankProm ft say pessimists, B The shameful millions loathed and abominated Oer^nni ore going to save them. %  iresee that tens, peril :• hundreds of thousands of oarcety reunited with t .1 homeland to ihcy have directed their during 2,000 years, may bavi to abandon it again in a new exile. Those who remain In :i nintry will have to nccept r .'andard of living much lower than ohat of today. 'And tfita I* drastically de• 11' pariaon with that of 1943 and even 1950.) Paradox I is that already, today, fll no'I'ment in the economic Mluauon of the country Is responsible for the entirely new phenomenon in this country's post-war history: more Jews are now leaving ihe country week by wink than are coming in to settle, Many more would Co ii the* Israel authorities did not stop ahem—by refuting exit visas and export licences f.atheir propcity. The paradox is that outwardly and superficially Tel Aviv and II and all the rest of the country 1 have, been over look to bo booming. Cafes and restaurants arc crowded, Long. elegant motor-cars glide down Tel Aviv boulevards allowing a peep nl the young women dressed In the latest Paris elegance. Whole new suburbs of residential flats have been added to Tel Aviv since I was here last year. When I drove nut into fhe Northern Hea rt Steppe tins time I passed endless new village* and %  i ftUffnontf, New immigrant-; were Imsy by the i-oadside planting avenues of stud* eucalyptus trees. IRAQ ARABIA "^ 33 NO Sefton Deltner BEGINS TODAY A FULL-SCALE SURVEY OF THE ANXIETIES FACING THE YOUNG STATE OF ISRAEL. IT IS A NEWS STORY THAT MAY BE CONSIDERED CALMLY FROM AFAR TODAY . BUT ITS IMPORTANCE IS IN THE DARK POSSIBILITIES IT HOLDS FOR STABILITY AND PEACE OF THE WHOLE MIDDLE EAST Energy v.. UM energy and imaglnaUon 'be Israelis are putliiik' D to making Negeb productive la as impressive aa anything I have seen in go-ahead Southern RhopfrUa > ok under the surface. Everywhere, even In the busy desert, portents of grim danger at once manifest them A pipe factory was working only one shift a day because of lack of steel plates. Israel just hasn't the foreign currency to buy them. When tiie factory of its present supplies it will have to close down until tha Ciovt mment can afford to buy more steel. And this p ro j ec t is number one priority. In ihe town long queues were waiting in front of the tianks. They were queuing to change their big-money notes into new ones issued by the Government. The only snag was thai tha Government was taking on* ten per cent, by way of a farced loon. Qtrttl llUUM black marketeer.: in the Boulevard Rothschild offered mo treble the official price for my British pounds. I could not replaoa my worn out typewriter ribbon: "Sorry, we have I'hey come from abroad. There is no foreign exchange to buy them." Tollrriny . Schoolchildren arc unable to carry on their studies for lack of E ngl i sh textbook:-.. Lawyers: cannot keep up with Qw law % %  > do not get the latest legal books from London. In :;nal! things, and in big ones the whole of Israel seems to be slowly tottering to a 1 P r lack -•( foreign exchange. Tho worst hit, as I have indicated are the factories. Pome under construction are having to lie left uncompleted. Others just finished are unable to start producing for lack of taw materials. Yet others which nave been producing are forced to go on half-time or close down altogether. What is ihe reason for all this? Jiuit tha age-old cause of most bankruptcies: they have been spending more than they earn. Statistics nay are importing eight times as much s they export—£125 million against £13,000,000 last year. KmbarrasMng In previous years the gap has been bridged by generous AmerIcafl help plus ample use of .sterling balances which piled up m favour of Palestine dunng. Ihe war. Bill even this was not enough [-.. take care of all uptndlture, much of it spent on projects which i.ing money for So ihcy have taken up shortterm loan Many of aw la •'!-' now falling due and CsnttbaJ .-.cute embarrassment. The exact figure m short-term indebtedness is a State secret. But I am told an amount of at least 150 million dOJteci (£53.571.428) is Sterling balances ore exhausted No Credit The Brltlah Treasury and Bri?i ms, who supply twothirds of Israel's oil needs havo refused to give credit. Only by the forced sale of their nationals remaining sterling securilKh has the Israel Government managed to pay the oil lull and .i ure supplies for what |a top Israel Treasury official vaguely detwribed to me as "the next couple of months" Without oil life in Israel .stop..: Mfthout oil the pumping stations rtop pumping water. Without pumped water, the orange groves which provide 60 per cent. of Israel's export wither and die. Yet It seems cra/y that Premier Ben-Gurion and his semiGovernment should havepushed all-out immigration and till-out industrialisation to the point whentlie whole future of the country is threatened. Is there any sense In this madness? —L.E.S. Our Readers Sav; Why And HmvY To The Editor, The Advocate— SIB.— Tho Government Bill to increase to a big and even hlartUng degree the emoluments "! MM Kxperts' and Civil Service Heads, resulting in such heav> ana %  dtttotnJ diargcs upon the Island Treasury, and the lively and rebellious attack upon it in the House of Assembly. 17Lh June, aroused very trouble-some questions in the minds of the ordinary citizens, and although it is too late to hope for any 'road block' to the plan the questions still press for expression. Aiul perhaps some wise and Instructed person may be able lo put them lo real or at least relieve the troubled minds. The lucid and instructive addresses Of. tli Hon. Colonial Sevictarv and Mr. Cuke In the council did not, unfortunately deal with the "Why and How" troubling the Man-in-the-street. or the painful problem; where Is the the great sum of additional money to come from? Here are some of the chief perplexities: (11 Why do we need so iiiii. %  Kxperts' in Barbados? ll i B small place and Its affairs are not so complex and BI >( dillU-ult, surety. Take IQr example the Fiscal Survey. The delay in producing which has been so often mentioned an a main hindrance lo action. Is than anything to be M "f such size and Importanca which was hoi pi'.vided in the pamphlel The National Income ol Benatdna', compiled by Dr. Benluun ten years ago. Or take another and very homely glance at this aspect of affairs. I know what I earn and how I spend it. And I suppose the sugar notary or buanMBg firm knows What its income is and what it pays for salaries and wages and upkeep etc. And the [neorna Rg Department tha Bfjum of income -3.404 in 19-12 reported D nearly J<11 of llieni .mall peop'e with £• 'tio a year, and the rest of US Just earning a bare living below the income tax level—or no living at all. Indeed, or bftka DMTe.rhlns Prufe-.!r: more Instructed sections, (4) How is It "supposed by those in authority that small people are to the at all and pay 1 :iy. even without tho additions to taxation and cost*. such as must be required lo pay for the big increases In the upper grades now approved and undertaken* This is a question which, we think, requires no exposition or dlustration. But it does reftaatioa by those who have authority and the control of the purse MAN-IN-THE-SrnEET. Vi-j-rtub/r* i/i*/ Priem %  dWor, Thtf Advocate— SIR.—1 me space in your v. luablg p-per to ex%  rOVlag reporter quotes is saving that if the people from M ivhen. to-y buy (meaning the growers) would let them gel the goods at ii>le prire they would be -ble to sell at lower prices too, and with the Control Market. UM growers would not be able to rob iheni. Mr. Editor, these I would quote, are .the prices the majority of grewerj usually sell to the hawkers. For instance, you sell I 10c. to 20c. a pound. at 36c. Baa Q l .viir.e price. Cucumbers at 6c. or tic. per pound, they sell at 'uurteen and sixteen cents each and a good size cucumber scarcely weighs more than three o na rterB of a pound. This situation is pr.'po'terous. Those peppl,buy two to three dollars in good-., catch the bus to town and II they cannot make 100% on the goods or more, they say it 'cannot pay them. This. Mr. Ki'itnr, i no ioke. these are cold facts. Growers have to pay tO make up their beds, buy seeds, care their vegetables from worms etc. Water them for maybe three or four month* before they can sM any signs of their labours. IJheso exploiters as soon as they sense the time of fiufiinicf. name down on you like T,ocusts. grab vegetables as cheaj !>as they can and off to the nj tea of Massacre" where what has the power over •mo*. era a Central Market run c-n-ornment. when all nj'ii he nhle In send their product! and get remunertha rich and poor ... i Dtoehaaa these Qua "bods nt reasonable t %  • %  iad of having to eat and] dav out foods of a ktatch> n fsn.v of ii'ikiming I liror. The Adeocetc— SIR.— u is regrettable that such n labourite as the Hon. Senior member for St. George. one whom the labouring classes are look it -j forward to lead them in the not too distant future, should have made such a Nundarii • mistake as to ask to make X)'-J motion that ride 45 of the standing rules of the House be b.ought Into force. I u'e seeks to eject visitors from HV Visitors' Gallery during any special debate. If this rule were brought Into force en Tuesday last, it proves beyond any reasonable doubt asen ta tivaa of the peooh) or I should state, of 'he Labour %  heir own For. there must have mathlng In that debate this gentleman did net 1 Ma oppori remind all Labourites or any aort of '1st' or 'ism" shat %  I reckoning is coming .: five or ten years from now. Dr. JEKYLL. Schools Rebel Against Lessons On UNO From R. M. MacCOLL WASHINGTON. ALL over America a rising tide of opposition to UNO generally, and UNESCO—the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation—in particular, is r. uking itself felt in the schools a..d universities. Some schools have discarded study courses about UNO and others are preparing to do the same. •'*<** fen In places as far apart as Houston, Texas, and Los Angeles school authorities have abruptly refused to co-operate, as hitherto, in an annual essay contest conducted by the American Association for the United Nations. • • • The contest has suddenly become a controversial issue, and there are suggestions that anything to do with UNO is now unAmerican." Miss Do-othy Robbins. educational director of the association, reports that 100 fewer schools have taken part in the essay contest this year and she flatly attributes this to "fear of having anything to do with the United Nations." The association rushes out a statement saying "There is a strange attitude in some communities, where objections have been raised to leaching about UNO. Such opposition is founded on misinformation, fear, and prejudice." • • • The sharpest opposition is centred on UNESCO. The critics openly say that this agency is gointj to "step in and tell the teachers how lo run their own schools." And when, some time back, it was announced that the University of Florida planned to hold a summer course on UNESCO, lierce opposition developed, with charges that the whole thing was "subversive," and now the university board is thinking of calling it off. • • • In Washington, President Truman announces that he is appointing 57-year-old Mrs. Margaret Daly, of Highland Park, New Jersey, to be Controller of Customs in New York. William Benton, ex-advertising millionaire, now a Senator representing Connecticut, and a very close personal friend of Truman, says he is sure the President will change his mind and run for re-election if the Democrats find themselves in danger of getting stuck with an unsuitable nominee at the convention. • • • While America throws its hats into the air over the debut of the liner United States, the New York Times reminds that the overall merchants marine picture is gloomy. For while in 1939 America possessed 123 passenger ships, totalling 1,000,000 tons, today she has onlv a scant 51, of 600,000 tons. • • • The blase habitues of New York's Second Avenue are nonplussed to see a man wearing only pyjama trousers pursuing another man and firing revclover shots over his head. The pursuer turns out to be a young policeman, in hot pursuit of a burglar who picked the cop's own flat for a raid. Later he tells the magistrate : "I was embarrassed—there was no place for me to pin on my badge." • • • t A familiar word in America is "kibitzer. meaning the chap who watches other people playing cards, and dishes out advice to the gamblers on how to play their hands. And Harlan Cleveland, assistant director Europe of the Mutual Security Agency, tells a gathering of the New York State Bar Association that the 75,000 Americans at present administering the foreign aid pro gramme in many parts of the world are "kibitzers at every crisis, large or small, that presents itself, and involved in nearly everybody's business." Tho day of the trained diplomat has gone. Savs Cleveland: "Most of our foreign representatives now are not trained for diplomacy—and many of Ihem are not particularly diplomatic." • • • More and more Americans arc building their own homes. It's quite the "done thing" these days for comfortably off families to form -'wot king partita," tatter, mother and junior alt in bill* jeans, and. set to at the week end to lay the foundation or build another wall togethAnd "Build-It-Yourself" has brought big changes for business. One maker of power tools, who deliberately went after the amateur market, has boosted sales from £6.000,000 to £10.700.000. Not only is it fun—but building tt yourself saves you a great deal of money. • • • "Lazy Susan" is no lady, but the American term for a casserole set on a revolving wooden base, and surrounded by gaily-coloured compartments in which hot or crld horsd'oeuvres arc served. And lazy susans arc selling in the as entertaining in America, what with the pitiless heat-wave and the vanishing .servants, becomes increasingly informal. PHOTOGRAPHS f upict of i.'u ;l Photographs Whkh hnvc appeared in the ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER Can b ordered hum the . ADVOCATE STATIONERY 1 rtn:'t> I mtutt n-mem/rtT — / Co/fat Mill* 3 Suet Mi-al '•//./-• /• trench fry Culten • Egg Slieeni • Fruit Slicen & Cratert C. S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472 LIGHT COOL and HANDSOME MEN'S SUMMER SUITS *55 till Scores lo choose from—cool *£-^\ a;> im ven HI breeze, these Single Breasted MOYGAL? SHEL LINEiN SUITS come in Sand, Fawn and Rust. All-Wool, Double Breasted Tropicals represent outstanding value at... %  -., s Da Costa & Co., Ltd. GUINNESS STOUT FOR STRENGTH 12 os. Battles .32 Mi's -29 12 os. BASS ALE -3t 12 os. TUBOKG -30 12 M. WORTHINGTON .30 MAKE: YOIR FOOIB TASTY OBBLUT SALT KETCHUP 57 SAUCE MAM, 11 lllliNh CHUTNEY SAUCE CEREBOS SALT PREP.\RE1> MCSTARI* JUST AJhOI I ii MACARONI SPAGHETTI CRAVEN A 50'i CRAVEN A If. IM Mil. BARLEY 21b Did lift tins HA It HA DOS BEST Ml I.I K I GOUI 11R.UD RTM 3 yr. old SI.44 per Rot. ANCHOR RICH MILK . POWDER On S lib tin. '" %  WCHOH FRESH CARROTS GODDARDS FOR FINEST GROCERY SERVICE.



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FKIOAY, JULY 11. 1S52 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK FIVE Colonies Must Not Depend Only On Governments To Surmount Hardships Renison Opens Home Economics Conference FISHERMAN SENTENCED TO NINE MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT 28 Patients At St. Joseph Almshoiise s Ch. Ch. Poor LauInspector Resigns from Mr. IMPORT OF SPAIN, July 1. IN OPENING A CONFERENCE on Home Economics and Education in Nutrition at Kent House. Monday, His A letter of r*litnaUc Excellency the Acting Governor of Trinidad and Tobago. B |l nd "^"i'PV .*?!' L w '" Hon. P. M. Rcmson, warned against depending only on !^ V^luST* government to surmount difficulties caused by the rising ChriBi Church Ve*try al their COSl of living. meeting ycstei.Li> Delegates are present from nine Caribbean territories, Mr Crcnlty wag appolnUd and several international organisations, including tho JJ£ h V V m I r ^!L A~1£! United Nations, World Health Organisation and the Holy "„"v" ySSi Ae~or ^ on „ xf ra romn ,| ltM See, have sent delegates or observers. The two delegates At the ia>i Veairy meeiinn Mr. •'"'' Jon i!"* 1 R "' k had %  row irom Barbados are Miss Betty Arne, Social Welfare Officer Ever 5 !e.vS inters v>ere circulated "•[ ." !" f" p :? ; ^l"' SSSJSi and Uta I. L C. Alleyne, Organiser of the Government Ut/SUkKS^S Sfcf? &%& **t£gT& Housecraft Centre. The Conference is under the joint prc'reurenKi'i Tc'vr > m damaged .r* tisUm sponsorship of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of Mr. CM Di d that the United Nations and the Caribbean Commission. ihc letter of resignation ihouU be H^HER! esterd.Hv Mi' ths' imprisonment with o charged with inflictinK bodily harm on B paUamis—IJ inalea, it females line H;nds, the same day. but the jury m*J~*jfgL J\*S,* Mr. W. W. ncecft, Q.C, 9olieUoT General, prosecuted for the Crowa. Joins was not represented. .Hid five jiairs of shoe The dreaei Wfjra lorn up and th' accepted, but he did not agree "With all Ihe will in the world and family life She went on to „,,h Mr. Everaley asking for Bock told the Court that Jon, 111, Exeolletio Hid, thu govern.a,: -One of the aim. of the rood lnrTC „,„„„,. ,,.,„. a„S"he had iwliWiii loMlhT meal cannot .pate very large and Agriculture OrganlwUion of Ilc „,„ hll Mr Evmlc „„ ? !" ,houtTv.aTbel .sums of money lor extension the United Nation, is to raise the ,,„„ „„ c „,„,„„, lc ., Vi cv „ y reni Thev h td a row work. We are doing our best and .tantlards of living and raUlng VMr .„,, „, „ r as „, kl „. w „> !" £ !" feft h^nme to tilhV "" C Un "* "i ,';;';. K |,a S ve 8 g u l'ro'-r,nd --""* --"---'Si ***** ffSjSS !2 ^*>-." aW "* I" 1 : 1 f^ Polfe.St.do,. On hor w," U,,.,; then' wcro 49 i>atienU on the roll. Nurse Wlnlf.ed Williams ha* been Matron for the post IB year*. Prior to this appointment she ., .-, ., ... worked with (he institution as ;> eani when Mr. K\crley Jones abused the two of ihen. Dr. Roberts was unanimously rtl ^. no ta e h '* l vtv when they arrived and she aj;aii elected Chairman. Mr %  stlj Ward s ud that the left for the Police Station. Sh.Poard of Guardians had appointhad made a report and was about The agenda stresses the educaed Mr Eveisley and that same to leave ,when her mother cam1 ttonal aspects of the problem. Board had asked Mi Eversley to In thr station bruised about he. the charge of indicting grievous bodily harm upon her on December 4 last year. i i among her injuries was a frarure of her left twelfth rib. n*T • i %  "• -. ii. „ *, ,-..i.i xionai spccis 01 inc prooicm. uuniu noii "'M-J ;.ii *.v,p.irv ,o i.i i irf these problemi being considered, but also when a food production programme was in full swing. His Excellency also called the Caribbean Commission, ttnd expressed thr view that the conference was complementary to the aided-self-heli. methed. Jone: loo, I .' %  %  after, showed Almshouse a dangerous looking cliff stands in Hie air. Should any part of this clin" break away, it would completely demolish the Almshouse. Tfa institution is kept In a very sanitary condition, but many people are looking forward to tho day when It will be removed to a MARMITE IS EVERYONE'S feptett FOOD Hutson Jonas (16). the youngest of lha defendants, was put on 18 i tattoo. The other Ihraa were bojnd over In the sum better site extension ser\'ices, both "governMr. Eversley failed to do. station soon after, showed a f £5 and similar surety to rhf Mem ben of the Cleavers ment and non-govrrnment. and He said that the Board of bruise, and complained that her KPC P m o peace for IB months. Hill B OV ,' club have a lovely the question of better Integration Guardians would have to consider mother and her had beaten him After Ethel Trotman told His Kitchen garden. In It they have of these activities w.ll be considIhe post vacant as from July 24 When she returned home, sh> nip that she and her huaplanted beet cabbage and butter should discovered that 16 of her dresses hand wore living •ogvther again beans. crordance were torn up. live or six pairs of in the incident, end that she At this Club there are M memsershoes cut up. glassware broken, did not wish lum to be sent to i^ r Tweiitv-four are active put in In the parish, her machine and stove damaged prison. Mr. W. W. Reeee. Q.C, The IMMUM ar
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Coalition Likely To Nominate Eisenhower
Decisive Balloting. Probably Friday,\VanF,,H To
TAFT GETS READY FOR SHOWDOWN
Gives Taft Time To Regroup Forces
CHICAGO. July 10, |
A slop Taft coalition likely to nominate General Eisen-j
hower for President of the United States was in control of|
the Republican National Convention to-day. Eisenhower'
Senator Robert A Taft and "favourite sons" whose stats'
have faded, will be matched in nomination this afternoon
or to-night
But decisive balloting on the Presidential nomination
probably will be postponed until to-rmrrow. That would
(jive Taft followers lime to re-group their forces and devise
strategy for recovery from the walloping they suffered in
the "battle of ihe stolen delegates."
The comparative standing of the candidates on the
fourth Convention day was Taft 497 votes. Eisenhower 532.
favourite sons and others 111. uiknown 66. Necessary votes
to nominate are 604. This unofficial tabulation was based
on pledges and known first Presidential ballot preferences.
Yesterday's standings of leaders were Taft 550, Eisen-
hower 454.
Those figures tell the story of n of those of Eisenhower. They
swing toward Eisvnhowei. They wen- on the losing dde.
measure Ihe punishing effect of (
the rapid fire series of decisions? laughter
which deprived Taft of *> votes Printing of the list of Puerto
from the southern states. Itican delegates and the difficulties
Tuft's losses began yesterday of temporary Convention Ohalr-
when the Convention's Croden-jrnnn Waller llallan in prunounc-
HiiU Committee threw 13 contest-'Ing the Spanish Name* sent the
ed Louisiana delegates to Elsen-. convention into gales of laughter
hower. But the big break came*and enabled Murccdlno Romany
last night when the Convention' not certified as a delegate by the
Itself added 32 Texo* and Georgia Credential Committee to cast a
delegates to Elsenhower's total, (lone Puerto Rican vote for Elsen-
The Credentials Conduce had' hower It all started when Hector
ruled for Taft in the Texas and Con/. Blanes. Chairman of the
reiogni/ed delegation certified by
* On Page 1
E. German Reds
Block Canals
10.
BERLIN
East German.*'* waterways adminialration has banned all West
1'erlin barges from East Berlin canal- and the rlvei S Western
(fflcials said to-day. Barges OWftaa b*. Government and use* for
intar-citji transport have been *topp>v mi at Eat Berlin
!ocks recently ihey said.
The New East German measure was 'nit UlU> effect vesterda*
One barge carrying Canadian wheat from n United States sector
harbour to a French sector -tore was confiscated two days ago but
wag released several hours later. We regard this at another pinpiick
measure directed against West Beilin" a transport official said.
The West Berlin police established 13 bsea on the border '
We=t Berlin and East Germ
W, l
The West Berlin city administration imnlem "uted the plan;
halt the kidnapping of Anti-Communist, aj Ea>1 Germans barred
West Berlin barges from Bag4 Barltn waters The waterways between
'.V.. i Berlin and Weal Germany running through the Soviet bom PUD
were open.
Police sent three-man atmxf squads to noinls along the 70-mile
Zonal border with orders to use arms to prevent a icpetlllon of Tuet-
nay'a daylight kidnapping bv Communist agents, of leading West
Berlin anti-Communist. Police still had not carried out Um vj:
Government's order t-j erect barricades on streets connecting West
Berlin and East Germany.L'.P.
On Fighting
SEOCI. JuJj 10, I
ieneral JaflBOg \ \ t ,
.* ordered to-da
l Is routine duties and

Ki>'ing 'i., in J
nujor streamlining of i-.. x
il Mai
w nark aonounts tl
- "M to take over multitude i>l
I
?Sanertd Clark antv in- ed fi >m
h* Tok>>
'swasuu/iUioii -will p. n
efal Van Flee) to gtvp full rime
'
IfMl again* Conununlal
aggression in K' |
I Command which will:
.Include all Koraan tan Itpi
la nreven; Communist raids Jnlo the Qf ,n, oombal l......
Iind defend supfsV Ova*
'" tranaportaUon lexviee and other
aieiu-Us supporting hghtlim units
Georgia contests. But Its finding
was rejected by 607 to S31 m the
Georgia roll call and by a voice
vole on Uie Texas showdown..
Surrendered
The General roll call revealed
the dominant strength of the stop
Taft coalition. The Senator's
managers surrendered on Texas.
The Convention must adopt per-
manent rules and a party platform. ,,,
to*. d ove hoi? a^plo,-\2ZZZ, ,Z"u* aW
three more speeches before
nating speeches begin.
There was a rattle of dispute on
one platform plankCivil Rights.
Some Southerners think it went
too far, several negro delegates
thought not far enough. But few
have their minds on speeches or
plalforam Ttaalr whoat attaotloB
was focuaaed on the desperate
eleventh hour infighting which
will determine whether Taft can
snap back: Into the delegate lead
which he. held for so many
months before the Convention.
Taft is a ftsjhtcr and a danger-
ous man to count out too soon, but
he has been giving ground for
nearly a fortnight.
The Puerto Rlcan three man
VI to Hie Republican
Na'ional Convention last
Earthquake Jars
Los Angeles Area
LOS ANGELES. July 10.
A slight earthquake jarred the
Log Angeles area shortly before
2 ;.m. today but tlici,- afSHSg no
reports of damage. The quake
downtown Los Angeles only
ight shaking but In nearby
l.'.nL. Beach, police said It was
preceded by an explosion-like
sound that frightened many resl-
They said that in one nearby
community, several persons who
heard windows of their homes
Mttll caUfd headquarters to
port prowlers in the area.UJP.
P.N.P. MEMBER
SUSPENDED
KINGSTON. Julv 10
Bee: use Allan Coombs. P.N.P.
member of the House of Repre-
sentative* would not withdraw the
remark that another member was
the most stupid member in the
House when he was called on bv
the Speaker to do so. he has been
night suspended from sitting for u
voted two to one in the midst of month
the greatest confusion to seat Taft This is a holiday for Coombi
from Georgia instead) who will draw his salary.-C.F.
uppot* I
CCNFER ON PANMUNJOM TRUCE
West Deliver
Notes To Russia
PARIS. July 10.
The text of the Western Powers' reply to the last Soviet
note on Germany will be delivered to Russia today. Thil
announcement was made yesterday by French Foreign*
Minister Robert Schuman after the meelinn of Cabinet
Ministers when he said a enpy of the note had been sent
to West Germany Chancellor Konrad Adenauer accom-
panied by an explanation why some recommendations have
been omitted and others adopted.
The note will be handed to
Soviet Russia today by Ambassa-
dors of the United States. Britain
and France in Moscow.
Schuman told Ihe meeting of
Ministers that only "some admrial
.diustmonta" had been made to
The Western note since it wag
drawn up In London on June 27.
i The identic-it notes will tell Rus-
sia thai the West Is prepared to
meet the Soviet to discuss the set-
ting up of in nnj arti.il nmiiin -
sicn 'or investigating election
prospects in East and West Ger-
many.
I Informed sources said the not."
will be made public tomorrow
. morn in V.P.
Quads' Father
Suffers Shock
PORTLAND. Maine.
July 10.
SUaa Plnkham t:. ...r
J* csrpealer who*? wVe
cave birth io quadruplet*
Maataar la In hospital auff-
erlng rrom nervous rxhaus-
lion.
"He has not been able to
leep since the quads were
born" said Dr. Stanley
Howe. "The shock of having
faar babies all at mi -r and
carrying on his dally work
was too great for him.
The doctor said he would
keep Plnkham In bed for
several days "so he ean rest."
Plnkham collapsed last night
while vlsitlne his wire at
hospital.I'.P
SAIGON. ItKfc-ehliih.Julv I".
franco Vietnam iroopa fighting
an Important m-nsf*e in Annsm
reported So Communist rebel*
tier The
r'i : High Command ai
t
|Qu*dnile" launched on Mondaj
Bght with torcai numb*
rai battalions to ittai
iron;; points i
Iluy lagoon, 21 miles
of the Artil>niaaB oabltal "t Hui
Tli.v ...i.l all the kllbsd ant4!
Victmlnl
troops. Tliev
fVildiei liikc-i h bBOn.....I ""
rminiM form during <
i w 11 also fre*
The An-i.ni! Imiu Iffl
b i '......m
gi \< ii Irc/iit with en I'
paraUva handful ol fri
pa hi
i p
P.risonere* Clash:
24 Injured
PUSAN. Korea. July 10.
It has been learned that 24 war
prisoners were Injured, one seri-
ously, in a fight between two
Sisoner groups in a compound at
unsau Camp. The compound
held North Koreans who had de-
clared themselves nnU-Commun-
Itts.
The clash started shortly after
midnight yesterday, when some 40
prisoners, armed with clubs made
I rum tent poles and stakes, began
tearing tenls aoarl and attacking
(other prisoners.
U.S. guards armed with tear gas
and bayonets broke up the fight
shortly after, without using their
weapons. In all. 130 prisoner*
became involved In the melee.
During the fighting 16 prisoners
crawled under the barbed wire j
surrounding the enclosure and |
sought refuge with prison guards.
U.S. doctors treated the Injured J
at the compound, fourteen were I j
In hospital at Tailon. There were p
no U.S. personnel hurt.
-V.P.
6 Miners Die
In Explosion
GLACE BAY Nov.- Scotia.
Julv HI
Dun choked rescue workers to-
day crawled to the surface with
the bodies of six miners killed in
fin undersea coal mine explosion
three miles on* the Atlantic Coast.
Grim reie-ue- teams sweating
from the blistering heal. ,il*i
hmui lit a critically iniured
Seventh miner Irom the crumpled
ha't. An ambulrnre whisked to
hospital Ihe surviving nvner whoSi
brother had been killed in the
explosion. Doctors said he had
uffered third degree burns.
The extension which roefcad tha
.My of :if000 oeople shortly lie-
fore -nidnight. idled the mine w th
ctebria and as and made rescue
i- rations almi'st unbearable
Authorities did not know the
cause of Ihe blrst.U.P.
50 Communist
Rebels killed
SMILING CONFIDINTIY. Sell. Robert A. Taft grasps Ihe hand of a wall-
wulirr shortly after his plane alighted in Chicago At right, in a wheel-
chair. i his wife. Although still suffering the aftartnath of a stroke,
she Insists upon being at her husband's side. iInternational)
\ mil lit r Fire At
Warner KroUin ^
Flint gfudfo
Julv in
lit 'ii lues .n i- |l .in Inng fni
,.. r n tl
of the Warnei Brothi i
Studio wnara mora than $i.r>ii-
iioo worth of Mtg gn<] quipment
a/an k litvad by tiame* thai
Anally l>urnasl out in the
hills.
The Bit
anoraa Lnaa tha blaga th ii raila i
i '>f tttttsD | i' I
m.i' it;, waa brougni uadM con
trol late last night aftei .......
ed about 75 acre-
the hill- ! hlod U I ittttUo.
Total da range
(jetwei'ii 14.500.000
Ofneers <-f the
squad Investigated the po--ii that the lire was starten
Ly on araonUi and pointa
it appErcnti) i'*;aii ~iir. .
1> In two dilfeiei.l Us
the studio back lot t'.r.
Truce Talks Enter
Second Year
PANMUNJOM..?wK 1"
Korean arttuslu-e iii-.'otialmns entered then ser-nrt
v.n today with a 40-miiiutr M.iri session '(escribed bv ;>
United Nations BpokMinan u"jual anotbar du?"
ti.. i tramonyoi my kind of obacrvance at Pan
i. ..il: tha OCCBJion. Truce talkers walked into
;-i, ., rtCa tant, talked for 40 minutes and walked
tiators meat i ain .11 tl am Unsof iaa

I

New Wireleaa
Equipnicnl
For Police
.- |g o,(lll] -

hai arrivi-'i
i
pee-teel tha,j by the end
II be put Into full
Uon is batoa
cctiic. Engineers
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. Uva
or to tha arrival at
about two week-.
strategic


eta will t-e inked uti wuh is*
i i i
|of tiie lartp- -4-t^ will lie inatalle.1
lying raaa-
. agh the countrv
aaa System
lauk.-t with this equipineni will
i tarn. The
laanaci pffovidaa
| l'l!\
I sltuiited an up-to-
tnri unit There will
\i[y at with it.s 9 Switch
sinity
( will ba hi' l
will ho recorded all messoi;'
I
in tha eantra ( tha
map of tna i .I and not
many feel map of
tha arttre Ii >f aructo
oaacaton win plot Wie* exact
atUU and
0 on. The W exchange and the
OH Potlca exchange which will l*
uaa ara la alaaa prox-
in.ii\ .nut loariiv there Is a Dial
......uon! ha
anlvad and > bajng Inatallad, new
and in.ne PAOblb will In
la-Hight Inl I
ba linked up

Radioman
Gets 5 Yeats
For Spying
1.0NDON. July 10
i The young Brli
radio operatoi William Hartbi
j Marahall, has been eonvsQtad <>:
j passing secret Informal
Uplornml and aentenead
llmtHv Approve
Pay Raise
tor Queen
LONDON, ful| i"
I
ighi appi
l. > IHM) a venr
to run tha Royal
. Royal Initi-
al of Hie
outraged
demands by l ton M I
Parlianv n\ fen p i u'
noun
AfUn tha l onaarvath

'inn iha bwlgat,
srHhoul
ndj M,0O0,0OQ 'Ota
kB l\ve yv is imprisonment. A
12-maii jiir> found M II
guilty on four charm of batray-
. ing Ins luunll^. but i
r.1 the armistice ssrtks wch hnd natry ^ n flrtn pounl_
AT A U. N. FORWARD CAM* In Korea, Rear Admiral R. E. I-.bby (left)
confers with Rear Admiral J. Daniel on the present status of tha Pan-
nunjom tmea talks. The latter, a destroyer flotilla commander, wU" .
raploce Libby as Navy delegate on the truce team. Citernaftonr*^
Battle Opens Over
W. German Treaty
BONN. Germany. July 10. era have maltreated Germany
Chancellor -Konrad Adenauer These are the lines drawn in
believes tbul West Germany can the battle to ratify the West
remain free enly if it wholehcart- German Peace Treaty and the
Ina the Western military European Army Pact which
Alliame The Socialist oppusi- opened In the Lower House of
tion contends that Russia has not '"* Bonn i
vet shown its intentions towards Ir 'he two teams remain lined
Germany. UP ,hf,v were nt the start
The Wet German Government Alenaucr sl.ouM have little lrou-
saya that the only chance of ever ble ,n. wnning Lowar House ap-
winning a peaceful ..greement "3L*hpn'H1' ^ r^'" '
wi,h the RuSumTon Ga fffg^"* ,n "*
m anything but Kremlin term.. Bul hc has % n.en u
is for the West to rearm, but hurdles. The OppoMtmn control:
Socialists insist that if Germany t^ Senate which has tht power
i Western rearmament, flf veto over both *
Russia will go to war. R 1* now reported that Uh
Adenauer claims Germany stltutional Court may decide that
ha< received fair treatment fro'n rearmament Is unconstitutional.
tiu- West particularly from tho If this happens Adenauer would
United States, while Socialists have no alternative but to resten
conuwids that the Western pov t*J.
Twenty Injured
In Collision
HAVANA, Cuba. July 10
More than 20 persons were in-
jured, about half of them v;n-
cutly, when a loaded bus and u
rmall train collided near Rum ho
Boytros International airport .\ist
night All the injured were l>u>
I>assengers
First report* '.aul Ihe Irtii driver
attempled to b. at Ihe ir.in to
crosslng._U.P.
Concern For Eva
Peron Dee/M*ns
BUENOS AIRES July 10.
An official medical bulletin bv
ucd last .light disclosing that Ev..
Peron's health was "momentar.ly
satisfactory" was suppresses<
jtcday In all Buenos Aires papers
with the sole exception of the
English language "Buenos Aire
Herald."
They Instead printed editorial
rtJclei itatlng th-t though i-VB
was not physically present at yes-
terday's Independence faatmlUl
in compliance with doctors' ad-
vice, that she should have abaoluU-
rest, &he was still there in spin:
in the hearts of the people.
Concern for Eva Heron's health
was expressed toddy in quarter-
close to Government House. The
i nexpl.-tned fact that Peron did
not go to his office this morning
strengthened the view that her
.onditiun i:LV nave worsenotf.
IP
The Navy Takes A Hand
_ SEOUL, July 10,
EMGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS said the First Marine Division
*-* ii in action on the Western anchor of the Korean front including
the truce site at Panmun)om It was formerly on the aait*
iround "the punchbowl" area.
. Marine* staged a heavy attack three days ago against deeply dug-
m Chinese two or three miles southeast of Panmun|om. Marines said
Chinese had burrowed bunkers out of sheer rock off Korea's wet
..v-.r
British naval units learned up for one of the moat active days m
these waters in months Surface ships Including the Hritisi
Belfast and the Australian Warnmuaga, pounded ant.-aircraft gui.s
to the shore to keep them from firing. At the same time the BrTtl h
aircraft earner Ocean, launched Sea Furies and Firefly
rocket and .pud buildings, villages and military installa-
tions.
Most of the attack was aimed at the peninsula wast of the North
Korean capital or Pyongyang. Soans were knocked out of U
and two highway bridges, three coastal gum were hit and a tra* <-
former nation damaged.t'.F.
Canadian. U& $
MONTREAL. Juh ii>.
The Unit,
day closed at a dwoun' of 2 13 If
par cani In tat of I anadi
funds up 13/16 '
close.
Thai it look 97 3 16 een*a
Canadian to buy fl Aniaftean.
Ihe pounn 1,71, iji- .
from Tuesday.
hi Now, KorK, Canadian dollar
was down by ; i II i
premium of 1 15/ 14V p--i c
term* of United Btataa funds m
slaaing foreign ax*
WediH-idav. The pour..
was down l of a cent at $2.70.
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OtBASAADOB To s/M/\
MUNICH, .Tnl, 10
Prince Adalbert of B
mambeT of the rorrnei L;i
Hou-f of Wlttatanach, has accapt-
"in. post of Wi ' rman Am-
I asaador to Spain
N( ws Ai;<-' Then
has been no official ronl
far thai the Prine,.
the post f.P.
no will drafi
.i I COVI Ing UM new i.
I!. ;. Of COO
.lily.
In a live If dabat*
: lacked
.
tlm I r .1 I' .1.1 <
Left W ...

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i luraad Into an
H A Butti: Chi......Um pi ii i

Arguing for the budget increase
: ;
r Metal
. iCP)
begun amid higli I
n July 10,
rn.iuoinvilllg III the
Colifi'lelire lable was not "in Ihe
Unlh i HI
ill he '
,.!ji in military rnanu
jii of Koraai talk) e-
|..(a-l,.
rtani I

i r ii um- working
. it mi"ii. i i n Ind hi i ML tnig
. fi aaaenUal for mllltarj
I the*
. iting with
lain
< Kj raan iruca talk
ii iddad l oniinunlsts had I
. g "countat pun ii-
i thai than < i I
He, di

and unprincipled"'.V.P.

:. nfanei on II bal
1 I aan "led astray".
Bai i 11 Mtounead Iha I
antanei tba i out
(....... '" .' taii of the fi
I
The i paratoi who larvad la iha
hi acquired a : kiruj for ti*
.- .( lif-
Bva-mm-
i Ing mi befora nnnounr-
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Ilriininn- im -imid** III.
-Iran :<-%l tir\ rvrr I lit IB
bi a .....iii i Ihe "Sunda>
Advitciir" hrims in reaaan
the < I...,. tor>. (Ill
WRONG HABV ItIK SIX
VK.AKs |ik rMU ,opy
NOW
A A II I'HOT I CT iOlS
Itarbtidiun
Dies In Canada
TORONTO, July 1

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Europe's Loss
Is Korea 98 Gain
WASHINGTON, July 10. Iln/ fundi Ifl fcW0pa, The an
United States Airfur.. Bagn t n rdlly lurne.l Big
.ii, ';irpatri. told newtinen to- tin
day that the slow down in jel tin- Ughtai
fighter r
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Bacaartag Maaot anek t .. ta^aanl
part ol ii-, rasp i itl
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term
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A sot I ka> Guiana.
N.cdico Returns
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uda. n u i" CM 'I ''
Iha UbM i
Canadian Pilot
MR. AND MRS. A. SMITH
Montreal. ntUI
Itrday morning by T.C
guatti si i'1
Club. They were nccompanieri
their little ton. Richard.
Knarf, Hanid Heard a Noise
A. K xTABOK
U.K. Trude Commission r
1NTRAN8D (ram 11
I'.l" A. yesterday morning wu
' Mr. Aut,n> it Marek, O.B.I
i'K Tradl <'cxr,nuioner lor the
Mr Smith Is pool 01 T. :,. ;,vh West indies He haa BBM
Montreal. p |o Btn
.,v,i and -in ba iauum
i
To Reside In U.S.A.
Mlts KUXABTTH HOW
CHURCH << Qomsti I I
Dominica, left yaittH
T.C.A. for Bermuda on her WeY
to the US.A. to reMde with hwi
children in Connecticut. Bha d
here for the part two weeks at t
guest of her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mr> shrank
CoUymOM of Chelsea Rond
Spent Two Weeks
AFTER upending two
holiday in li.irbaaoa as
guest at the Cosmopolite Otassl
House. Mr Byron M. DOVOBUI] i
Brooklyn. New Vork. return.n
home yesterday RKM
B.W.I.A via Aniigiu. unrl Puerto
Rico
A Barbadian. Mi N I
been residing in
':: Ufa Ian visit to
wot In 1984. He it a wholesale
clerk working with the Bini (
Jaxton Clothing Co. of New Y< iK
and i.s also Executive Secrctnrv
.r the United Action Drmu-Mi
Society.
Medical Student
RETURNING Hum Jamaica
yesterday morning by
B.W.I.A. vta Trinidad wu M'.
Bert Reece. a first yenr medical
student at the University OoUegO
He Is a on of Mr. C. Nigel Rl.....i
of Society, St. John, and ha? come
over to spend his summer hollda)
with hi* relative*
On Business
MR. A. I) I'aGC, Service
Raprataalattw <<>i ibe Aus-
tin Motor Company of I
operating Irom then- Caribbean
. Kingston. Jamaica, left
yesterday morning by U W I A
for Antigua and
fore he returns '
ters Ho spent about three days
in Barbados on business and was
A guest at the Ocean V
Mr E. Roger*. Factory Repc-
tentative of the same Company
who came out with Mr. Page, is
remaining here until Tur-*ri:iy
when he return* to J.-
Marketing Officer
PAYING nil 'ii v i-ii |o Bar-
Mr. Willi.nn B
''
Mi
:anan A w Joknaon,
Hav. A. i
Jatui at Bl 11
Canon A C, .lohnaon of Gouyave.
1
i
l
and will b
holiday with
.i-i ompanh
Dorothy Jol

B.W.I A. via'Trinidad
Dandfaw f
is. He wai
tei Ml
American Consul
MW It. i> It \'ISKV. Aiim -
can I Md here.

day morning by It W.I.a. ana*
a very short business vi r
Back From St. Vincent
M;.:y barrow of
B nk Hal) Road


' was Mi
was hoIlda>Ps there foi I
Kecior Returns
n :., it v AJIMBTROM
Bm icaxoiis of

bi 11 a a
' Mr- ArinMrnng.
B.C. Civil Servant
Mit r s DOUOLAB, Boper-
vi-.r of the Co-operative

...it n.iit of AsrLul ure in British
(lulana, arrived here yesterday
nrrning by H.W.I.A via Trini-
ld tor two week*' holiday. He
^panted by Mr". Doug*
: i- and they are guests at "Leaton-
n-Sea", The Streim.
To Study Nursing
ARRIVING from S! V, | I
yesterday morning b> BG.
Airways was Miss Margaret AS-
Ixrtt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Abbott of Kingstown. BtM
will be nere until Sunday as .
nuest of Rev. and Mrs. W. Harvey-
Ra*i of Garden Gap,. Worlluni,.
when ahe leaves by the falomele
for England to study i
the Royal Surrey County Hos-
pital.
Enjoyed Holiday
AFTER what he de-u B
van enjoyable holiday, Mr.
Max Erdwurm of New York left
yesterday morning by B.W1.A
tor Ihierto Rico in trans it for S"
Thomas where he will spend |
Bora returning to
New York. He was OSOUBanal i
by hia wife. They had spaOl one
montli lure as gu.sts si M
Flat*. St. Lawrence Gap.
Mr aVdwurrrl working for
' '. Depart-
Ihf N'w Yark Time. He
,d thai ha u can itnla i
ooktna forward lo As beat m
Naw Vork, bui hoi>et( lo be ba,-'
here won again m I ta llday
Intransil
MR. JAMES FORBES. Man-
ager of the Cocoa PtaBl '
Association in Trinidad, was in-
tnnsit yesterday morning by
T.C A. on his way to TOronto for
inadical treatment.
And They I
)' VX* IRRIX
neard Hit noi Iral
1 told hi mater Hani.l
; lik dsntnfl "
It roaMS from the c -
i.'; ..f ,ht garden wall R^. *hrr
' I I Ciiuliln'i
I _ So I don't
o Investigate It
BEAUTY
thai

look a%
Knarl aoal with her JS
the I i""k
A few nmuUa later they "*'
Ha tanking dotea si the gr..ur.'
c.tii the )# f 'he wall. Tbc scurl |
ng eaaM up *iuite clearly
Bal n..ilnng t-ull he ieen. Th.
,rrr. (h bu.hea arm lr.e *tns n,
remainl ttill. Only the mis
ssaeari M mil* |uat bende (lie falltr
trunk of the old apple tree. But '
thai, as Knarf said, "wight Jait tx
the wind."
Ike Other StsW
Then Hand climbed down off |fca
wall nd drnppeil on th* other side,
with Knarf following right *ft*r
her They both walked orr to the
trunk of the old apple tree and care-
fully watched th* grass.
"There lan't a bit of wind and
It is moving!' exclaimed Hanid.
-Yea. It is!"
"Someone's digging under it.
Knarf."
"Who can it be?"
Hanid put her ear or. the grofr.d.
at just the spot where the srraai
was moving. "I hear th noiae' It'* |
right -;nder h*r*!" At that Knarf
and Hanid both itarted digging
with their hand*. A few momenta
later the whola top of the ground
fell in, graaa and all: fell inlo a
hole The next instant Blinky Mole*
head cam* up. He looked around,
robbing his ey*s In the bright llrrlit.
trying to see who had broken lots
his house, and what for?
"Who's her*?" aaid Blinky. "VY ho
Just made a hole In niv r<>
"Oh! Blinky!" aaid It.
didn't know it win you dH Uici'f-.
digging!"
"W heard the noise." said Kaai'
but we couldn't aet anybody."
By this tine Blinkj 9 eyes flaai!)
got used to the bright light a lltti-.
and he was able to see Knarf a d
Hanid. He smiled. "Oh. it sail i.
Not too much damage. 1 can bu !
imwth*r room juat as'giHid. I iao
have put up a sign." he *, THE CAS COOKER
Hiilihmihiniil Kant
strr
THinMOSTAT1C CONTROL 1
At Work. Then you would ha*f
known "
k-;.n and Hamd amted Ullnk>
why he was i..,tiding mor* rooms
to his iiouse. "Yi iv* gwt fifteen 01
twenty t>om already." said Hanid
"And you live In li.em all aloa*
Why de you need more?"
"Expecting gue>>ta." said Blinky,
m'tting down and lighting his pipe
He struck his match on the bottom
. i i. | ifcsval
"Guests. Blinky?"
A Few Waeka
"Winter gueats," aaid Blinky
"They 114* here in a few weeka."
"My goodness," said Hanid
"You'r* the busiest person I know
You work day and night all through
the Spring, and Summer and Fall
And then, when the xir.ter cornea
and you hav* a chance to rest, you
invite a house-full of guests."
Blinky nodded. "But they're no
tiouble. no trouble at all. They'll
erne, they'll aay hello. Ill show
them lo their bedrooms, and they'll
go to sleep. They won'l wake up
until the Spring, Then they'll say
K'>od;l>y* and thank-you, and gu
nway again. No troublt, at all.
You see." he said, "it's Prog, and
Uilly Toad, and Klackir the Hectic,
and Cricket, and mayo* a grasa-
Iwpper or two, and a few spiders,"
Willy chuckled. "Very sleepy win-
ti r guct*. Not bit of trouble.
I : itter gat to work again."
And he knocked the aihn out of
his pipe, -nuled. and went down Inte
I hi* hole.
11 IK DESIGN *.l a shoe can change .. tutir^tyle csm a tn umi can
slice smalU't. ;i '>rujid fo->t much narrower, in the
rtcht shapssd shoe. These are good basic rules to lullow
when choosing ghoes from the point of view ot their beauty,
but don t target that this comes second to uood lit.
For Long. Harrow frees, mgkj ibe ankle High built laVSSa, m
heels, open toe:. -ling back: especially anKlc straps
asymmetric straps, trimming.* strappings running across rathe, the ankle appear thicker. Plai.i
than down th foot, fla' | rk k>e* are the ni<~; slendd-
ouaer ornamenta detract foot ising.
length, tn the low heeled shoe ^ tatt wotd< ^n Ier, lootl
wedges brogued tongues andi low- muth TOO bare unless they are
cut Oxfords, o, three hole Derby Unmd Slll>ltUte cosmetK siock-
Ucings help to fore-shorlen the;m,,, ,or your ,, onr,
pujparcnt length of a fool ,
For Lena. Braid Feet. Thef
same rules apply as for narrow
i feet, but to make a broad foot
1 look narrower, wear shoes built
up at the sidea. A low cut shoe
leipoaes too much instep to be
Hattattng. Choose straps or trim-
|mingst which run aslant, or down.
-**-1 1 wrt Qa IfM <"!
Fer Short, rhanap Feet. Design*
: ljuilt up In front, pointed tongue*.
, high how* or 'apron' fronts give
leeteffi and Unu>.-&* io a short.
broad fool. Four-hide icr-u^
designs are lengthening Medium
to low hee's are better Utaa vm
high ones, which are inclined to
mphnslse the width of a short
foot.
Far Broad Frented Fool-
Lnrge or *mall. the need here is
to slim the front part of the foot.
while keeping i snug fit round
Oie heel. This can be done by
court cut with a 'sweetheart' fron
line, also by an asymme" n tM -
gue. strap or trimming. Again
avoid designs which cul straight
across the brand front of (he faal
srimr,-.--. i ....km Ankles. Coini
^hoes are the most 'limrn
Tb* fiardenSt. Jam
i. .i.. a !..-> s m
H.-..--..W la tNoiHis
St*** COtttSAN A
M U.- \ >IMM
XIPMII .'!' -II
iOI.DIM MHIIOV H, IKKilJ"
"in- r*a<.o r,iNiTi
safe) ijU*B
GLOBE
OPFMNi; TO-DAY I & 830 P.M. & CQNTINUINO
The Roaring Saga of Mexico's Raging
#$*:
ICH1 ;i!IN8IWS
w~
Talking Point
Deal i.irpef io speak scornfully
tni licrorlan age. There nilf
hd MSM for meekness leheii you
iry ro bt'tfer ii.-J. M. Barrle.
The Lasl Girl BY THE WAY
To Leave
Aly's Party
Lowly Um Slavs Till
Thv huu tt
By Beachcomber
From SVDNKV SMITH
PARIS.
'i ,i- m im exclusive and im,.i
srpanatvs puts "< ttaa Parli
sununcr reason, given irv Alv
Kh. ii. ended t 4.45
The first birds were -tiinm;
and the sky was brighter than
the crystal obandaUan in the res-
taurant among Ihg tlSMi of th'
Bols de Boulogne, on the outskirts
uf Paria, when the last two people
loft. They were Aly Kiijn talaB
self and lovely Use. Bourdln.
France's No. 1 cover gtrl
This was the biggest party Alv
has yet Riven for his annual cele-
bration of the Grand Prix race at
Lotigchamp, just a mile away.
l'lu'M* were 180 gueaU, and It
lasted eight hours.
The Aga Khan, defying -I-kIiu
outers in .it a table decorated with a model
In lace of Longchamp racecourse.
The Duke of Windsor in a mld-
nl tit blue dinner jacket, prevideil
at a second table, decorated with
models of Kll/abethnn warships.
Ann Fr.iuee's tlrM soldier ami
only maialial. Aiph.ms,. juln, was
at flag head of the third table.
which had mode] cannons
Tha Ducnan of Wlndaor was
there in ,i while nff-the-sh.nilder
drwat. Arrraw it w.is a gietn I
.*ah pinned with ruble*-
The Begurr Aga Khan trM
there and the jewelle.1 M.ih.n..-
nces of Barod.i and Jaipur in
sj: is.
Pahs society women cagts-sysd
for signs of "romance.'' watched
Aly Khan dancing.
.,. ..
Bui. m> aaar, ha dance
Vg f w"mji; M though she IS the
only one he i*ould poaglbl] I
hOW can rotl tell""
Wellpartnei Lorraine Dubon-
net, M "year-old wine
haft v. .
any D
Sou Dul 2'-
-.i
till sunrise. 1| still in Paris.
-IIS
MAU: IllltISS at a tW |
complaining that u.-
on their trousers gels them mi -
taken for bosnltal porters. That
U nothing.
Tho g*'i
, Dutstdi .> oartaln > <
ikon t"i i Pom-
\ lan Aoiiuiai b) s dip]
on Mart mi; Ihg Ibaatra,
\ .
boms srUb bin f<>i > drink Tba
.-. lira |>ia>en up, until
the diplomat's wife said. "Has*
your people built a new ship late-
ly"" "No fear!" said the Admiral.
"My people run ,i tobacconist''
hOp in Houn-low Why should
they build ships'"' A dsplonuUc
silence greeted this tbunoWboll
I'ihnry Si. I ifhx
PltOFESSOR O K McTOOT-
Z1E met Mlmslc Slopcorner
f < >j the li'-t lime t...t.i .i '
showed her drawlngi of the kind
of helmet lie thought
sh'iiln eerir He d'd not disi:m<
the fact ihoT he found Her ie-
tensely stupid Bha Mid, "Ian I
II rat \ baat I Bvei thing wc
i those days**, snapi"'J
nafs thr
BtaMd for' '.oisle. "In
pi-It you with things."
i-vplied i!i. savagely.
Nm -ire-1 t. '.'
.I. Kvel v :.. it.' .. M. ('-'. ..'
And at thai point Mrs CMbrand
averted a scene by talking erf her
>|MtHCl |
Tin-niv y*an f REAP lh.it He
sd little sympat
"ignored
then ut'e l.eni>.elves
henrd." That gives me an ex-
l trying to
ajflnM t the condu *
boating Hi"' bars aan b
making grhnacas sloouant of
anger and frustration If I were
ild I have
i'Iiv with Ihc
people but i would bo actieat
it says, "rises In the lake of
Naguilles." It doe* no such thing
N;tguilles is ulxive the ancient
fi>rge of Orlu. the oldest forge
ii. Dai world. Ariege. my own
i-es In the lake of Font-
Negre, i.ooo feet up. 1 know IU
|. lyhood, as it goes leaping along
by Hrmpitalet and down to Ax
a id les Cabunnes. where it meets
Together ihey go chat-
lei ing along to Taroscon (not
i. and so to Folx and
There used to be gold
*.i g parts, snd ai lata m Mm
igMaantn <-cntury paopsg sran
ai\hing for It In the mountains.
I would sooner have the dark
wine they drink in Vlcdeasos.
CA
OSS WORD
I p I M !
The Flying Pharmacist
Became Ace
Htm He is A ILO.A.C. Chief
JAMBS STL'ART
KOKTY-ONE years a^> a H-year-old poor Tyneside lad
watched one of the earliest airplanes plodding through the
sky. Now h 55-year-old airfields superintendent of British Overseas
Airwiyi
I'ntil he exoh^nged his cockpit Transport and Travel, one of tha
seat for an administrative chair original airlines operating between
in the corporation's opentrons de- Hounslow and Pans. He was one
purtmcni at the end of the rar, of the Aral twelve civil pilots.
(."aplaln Armstrong was one of Teien came collapse. The Gov-
nrtifeln'S best-known civil air rrunent were not prepared to do
I'll"'" .nythlng for aviation, arid civil
He pioneered the London-Paris Hying temporarily closed down.
roul Just after the 1914-1B war. Armstrong, newly married, re-
He made historic flights for mined to pharmacy
Ini|K-rial Airways between the He studied hard* and (juaUfled
wars, and flew on many diplo- a< a pharmacist, then accepted a
mauc flights, including trips to )ob at 3 10s. a week.
Russia, during the last war. But in 1024. however, he joined
Poverty the new Imperial Airways and
Now Captain Armstrong has llpw again on the European routes.
written a book- telling how he And lo cover himself against
became n filer. i i md failure of civil aviation.
In Hill he realised that fie Ai in-.tn.ng scl up a pharn
wanted to fly. put a manager into It.
"But quickly I put away this Armstiong went on flying) unUl'
thought." he soys "I would not lft30 when for a short time he be-
lly; it was nut of Um question. "'" Imperial Airways' managei
Why should I think of doing such In CalfO. The following year he
a thing? 1. who was the son of ictuined lo England and started
people living in poverty. flying once more. He made many
"My parents' home, like so urvcy flight* over the Far East
many thuusnnds of others in the '" preparation for the opening of
industrial north countrj. was npw routes.
; small and cramped: and I knew One of his last flights was to
that my mother found It difficult u*e President Belies of Czecho-
to make ends meet Slovakia from England to RuMa
Young Armstrong worked in m January. 1944.
, factories, and hated it. He seeth- Pioneer Pilot, by Captain
(ed with rebellion against the VViiaam Armjtron.i (Blandford
conditions. PretM, 15s.) __L.E.8.
Finally, he was lucky enough to
be engaged by a firm of pharma-
ceutical chemists. In 1917 he
joined the Royal Flying Corps nnd
became a bomber pilot.
Collapse
In 1919, Arrnstrong flew for Air
Opening To-day 2.3* A h :to
and Contlnalng dally 4.45 & t.St
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1
I Kill w JULY 11, 1W2
BABBABOS MiVOCATt
FAt.L TUIU.l
First eye-witness story
of the raid the whole
world is arguing about
To begin with,
the Ack-Ack was
thick, but then
Six days ol diplomatic
crisis in the world's
capitals have passed
since the Americans first
bombed the Yalu river
power plants, close to
the border of Manchuria
But amid all the
discussion. hardly
anything has been said
of the operation itself.
What hapinrned on
that raid, and why did
the military minds
Cftnsider it necessary r
Here is the first complete
answer
From RALPH
WALLING
TOKYO Saturday
THL clouds lay hf.iv'.
in toe Miltry sky ove*
-i -.11 -Sea
On ihe nortlt-cj.tr coui
.it Korea steamed the U.8
ner
Princeton Philippine Sea
Bon llntiimf. And K.chjnJ
Swif;: ,.
west K Skvra.du iliw-ixiniben
took N P u
m ( n mi Orel! of
l'i: .. h<
-_ .
So DNii'i tie
i war
the bombing ol me Vain rivet
power plants. Ilia! j:- -::OOB
hev pm ow in* i :! ii forth
DODGEO R*0R
for iai> buIm Um rfmti-. tiers
Hew ; Hln;oM ri.pu.ne the
-nounlA.il low '" gal --
Commiin1"' adai m>rn:nf
\ ud .- ru ah
Force
South K h>.B*i
Mb
Tiee'hei 't-.ev 4-Mine m *(>n
Mai
AouSm
Al 300 miiea-afl < huti: iftc*
dived in wnMifl iral
rhe nrv OOOID fell DC miglii* Suino plant -> new
mlnu'-e oust mar m h* fer
D0H
One-'on oonib* nppe,]
uw concrete roof*. D
ICIlOD DORiAf exploded ati"
'hruma ine o . ted
ame biaclf inwBc an"
ffl Hatne-%
RiTISH THERE
r\n W mmo'ei tnt -a i
Mjp M 'tip o-MiiWra mi
-nuiesiad except f"i urn
m which unev Wm*fi -
-eatea
MsrUM and a.i (dm
UMtai*- n Ou
Meteorsfovcrrt mem Fh.-.
tailed in vain u> be on*
by Hod MiCH ihougt.
were bMd 30 mile.< >\
* nauUaneonalv rai*.
nale
.iion* Mm ai ftHBf) on >
-tongehon fleet and n, at
.4*11 ..i
i
LumieueaM Oi*ii low mi-
Tne ac*-.ick lookeo rough -In,!
i ..ana* wen' in to alust*
fie p:.inr* Artr Uvtr niTv*
. n to It."
40-MILE STRETCH
hj'.li'j 'lie kcyalone ot ItM
Zulu's mammoili hvdi <
hid a chequers)
It was built by the Japanese id
1B37 and completed in 1*41 It
aril 13.o*i.oo; and '-
he foiirh :argrs* nlan* *n tin
world.
Tle Bicat dam-barrage is
niitii :iooii:'
*a uv in* rate
Damaaan
M -1 uni io w; mat* no
'Kintrtw n. *ua so n was
..- L&i gUghtl
I a! PR3 fru.iipled IL

Gi
WELL DONE'
re in*
f#rt i
hi a 40-ti
OOP
unacny o! the
plant was oooated or Soviti
-ru from WVOOO fcllo
*iLs to 000.000. So* II
varda. tnuwiorm-t vardi ni
iurbiue nuildlnva arr MaaLrd
and xvnwuwd
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ral Hark I'Lwfc
.
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wa< it iioiat!ai r
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jJi:nu eni ofi wlUwwr a
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added: ~li aia* ute old
tinifa."
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Eil i if lit Mr av
ixi'ii'ttuad raitiip it ,it r
tv ftanavlf
To ui^lrrauaw Iflir 1 it...,i ,
rou ld* siorv oi th-
Aoraanmia *
Aluad air opciatlooA :
io strangle the Rod amitr*
.suppiv tinat m-n not mrrtiirtina
ftrst beln*j done a: wort : .
caves in North Kor^a rite
aourcaii of powatf foT ihrm- work-
wiopa ware ri viu rfwt
lan ia
The plaau alao Mipvlnvi pouer
io the Red a r Da*.'- In Man
rtiurtn whKn hit rmtmal
Dombinv
Koi min'.fLs vounH men met
LMW^tiam Dreu and nu cn:n
tadra nad raiurned Jrom ilak
i "il :t ihe R-d rmee
rear area* -aking -'
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i lul Hi. iilanti whlili
aing paver baek Inlu
or i'iicuji"* arterlei*"
T* Had Wvfl a Ulouaand anc
one t- v.>rtcanooa
W.l
iniui nydm-
i'lecti.> -,-'.in llmv kiica Uiai
nuDdreda of arecked u-ucka and
ratlcar* were betnit pulled back
nto thoac raves repaired ann
AH Dark .hi io (he nuuli an.i
railways thev we -.ina'anti
tiammrrtriK
Time and af i
rioWD orer Hie po*^-- Dl.nt* am'
left Ufm unac^rbed
adBinal Brjor ol ne U.H
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fourth in^radient. Quinine, bringi rn feverkh temparauiraa fast !
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l a-.ar-i up -..i kimb u !
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l*M Grants
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load Oc.fltyMawH in UiOiau Ua-u- DaaMbaal awvariiinoi.ts.
. 1U.O00 (in aurvey and her la run from London
,uil i-ouaafviiltou work in Domln- Thr pattern
>_31 r~io um mi*, d f'u a nirh Iht
B acwnt drawi fi
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TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
*' Mai-ton aWUe Wh
Tbaxw is alao a anurlj item nf 'uesrtnt Of M.v 'Jrnni., ii^i^.^ai* i
Lucia of Dr> Ghaaoi
tne '.eolhfrtn:il
Bodi aravDn,
'ocat rru.neTnent; whUr private I ."'"':rtCn,1.han?^^^KUV,J.,,'
.nterpnse (Amerit.m aa well ' ' V aiuc *'tar. mv Vva-
'U* the fit.'.e Electnrily Authority 'rilL^hl hclpa public fund.s
jf IceUir.tl. )W W upon these foundattofu.- ll
the fuaKtbility of harnessing ciut- *. Hut it adda:
U dMWod from Votcanlc fuma- 'It should be retdlard thai. ac
rolea for the kc''iatim; of etcr- m>n'ial rul*, tlu- dtawtopiMDl of
'ricity. ileriiil.a upon
Cuituncntinit on Hat
i-niiuou Hi draws i
|ba> fact UuU not oiiij .
vunmiiif low. but -Is* itial
i.mI* J*. ji. raagci'.
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r> al. Lnn. Ben. lj.itv Nsleen Brh
. l>
OaaaTiM
I ii autitia D, with drunta al ealae
I i. *-h. i^d> Ka
[V*. Caaaai n,-i, m-iuiu iu> dr.1.
l>ieni.i "t thes' funds .g.. aaaaV-
pendlna. It ,-idds: In tne alxLi
e ir (,t the ten ulletted by Um
Act, 1cm than kalt the alloc,ition<.
miw been apont, in aplte of riw
in world war pticea. Thia U due
partly lo wur.d ahortage of men
und matenaU and partly lo the
uiffU-uIt* which countrlea like
' .vi- in cirrying out
evaaQprnent uniong civil
.uimi."
Tlic fa^vc point'
I .no noi nlw
<-tou!y applied. Initial errors wen.-
made in 1948, soon nfter mo Act
came Hitu foree. Tlierj was loo
much unproductive e .
and cotoiiHM wore uddleil wi'
octal atrvice* which they coul I
not uffonl to maiuUiln. Later, g
new policy waa adopted to give
pirrc-defire lo sebemaa that wulrl
benefit the colvnu* economically
"The new poll.
-,., the th* improx-ed skin and raaatprlM Laft !f-t^5L m*
I i of Iht local pa* tan try raUMT thl- "
i>wi ihe aurxtitullon of a sort
re- it -luatrinltaed aaTtculture.''
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Trlhaenum. naenta IM.kU i (i ,
in Iioin Tl iim,i.i.i ^
nir a ar i am
SleamWikj. lYaaar WRI, aeneral r.ran
. gas u.nirt gaaaaJ.....
FlSF.MIOWI.lt
SEAWtLL
Arrl.ata . n I 4 .. T.-*4.
*> NT. Ll <*IA
Mr. Jimim WbImmi. Mr.. Elalno W.l-
n. Mr. Kalth Hl.ki, air lU*u.auI
Nsafja, r. Klll> W.tr.lrta*. MIm
-ilJai*. Mr. Gnwt Oordi
at From Page I
OoaaaaJitM annniince-l that hi
up m.i, mi'in! thrae > mto In
/!-.-our of acaUng the Tufi daJi
.n. lium Oeorgin. Conralea iraaaa. Hr cbaViea "aWoiam." mV
BI uies, CeleaUno Irlante ami "-l Qaaajja ^^
" rdo Colon were approved tttCmSm^SSS m M.ntu.
E lluldrr. G. Vvancu. J
I Bayler A Pair. K Boiun
FWMra lo Um, p hi, line.. ? SSSS^ci ttSSi..?- ""w"'
1 R cull,.I altoul 40 of iila atarlo \n*au a* bw.i a. - nii>m*i
U d>r into a brategy conference ' tmnii>*ii
I..lTla\Vl-T U^.\lD^S:Ji,
iil very much in the race anil 1 iopp^ a ih.nm
repented hi* clnlm of winning aaaaaJatM^MJafaawaas
ilngUon "n an early ballot.'
oul U,., U,r 2*| "" "" CftUai Con,- ,,,
;y been )u.i.
The qmaUty
Metal Polith
BAD SKIN ?
Baniefa pamful akin blemi.,hi faat
a.lh I'i I
The
dgagaa at Di Q m i OaataaM
i laliaepiic pro)
aaavaaM bifaaatoa, UL*> paid aad

.. boil., pinipka,
,
pi RM MrM>aUM (in*iz lilBea
i, much) p.*
Teeth Loose
Gums Bleed
Hlf-riiinic Oumi, 8ora M
!. T.-ih m-an that voa mar
havs l'rdrrhaa. Tr-m.li Slouih r
ptilitM ..<" hud ata-aaa ihat will
aooB*r or late <*ua your teth to
fall oat aad may aUr> rauaa Hbeu-
i iili.iii .H.l lliait Ti-mlil"' ImMiii
atoua aum hlredin Iho Rrai day,
, a4a aoea moulh and qul.-bly tlahl-
ma tha i*th. Iran rtad BTuaraata>.
Amoian mini niak" yur m.iatli v*l\
an<" aa yi ur te^k or raon*y ba.k
igatuin or empty |>.i.'kas. tit
AaTbaan In m ue rhamlal Mday.
The Buarante pr>" i
Jubilation gprMkd through Risen- |
hewtri he.i of the sin in the
'S:o!( issue. Elaen-
. dowa. hawevt-r. rtOwaV himself did not know until
raaW tbkt quattton of how farthe*.- n ., mornlin; thut lie had hit tag- -
grants tread the same ground 1. ,-. t political victory hi dntr
the ColonUil Development Cor- icnernl Diaiphw MacArthur'i
poratlon," the paper add*. "In gen- nakTM it ^d,^ hoard z* a remotely
ral, the ulicy u> to fWtrlcl tMtri ublc candidate. Satbrfactory J
to basic economic ne.-,itie'. ^mne Taft aupporteni but 1
such ag building roada or draining i ud only falnlly.
wainptt, which while they will l.i i Uaiuld E. aMaa- .
prove an aaait to Ihe eitlony'i BNI were lo mi t at. or Ixrfoca
economli' ii d vance in till In general, 'neakfu*!. Some ol Staaacn'a beat
will never pay nil fnVWtoA dlvl- f"i*nda nre urging film lo abandon
r>~nd. Priv.,1,. Mte^VrtaV, or thfl ''""' '" throw his support to .
Tolonlnl Developiiicnt Corpora- Elseohowur on the ballot.
don for t)i t rnattar, cm the-i u.p.

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PACE FOUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. JULY II, 19S2
BAr^DOSsA ADY6CATI:
MiUI b| Ik- AStaraU C.. LM.. I
Frl>. July 11, 1KZ
ivn in i iikv< e
?.!R 0. II ADAMS. C.MIi who
i
..,'1 as in Paris by
making i| clear that thi w I Adust.....Id
regard United Nations trusteeship as a step
backward last week wan -riving ti
thing at a gtmnl council meeting of the
>nal Confederation of Free Trade
Unions in Berlin.
An original draft had been submitted to
the council suggesting that non-selfgovern-
ing Territories should be put under United
mams of i award-
ing their progress tjO self-government. Be-
cause of criticism lroin colonial reprcsen-
h eluding Mr. Adams, this draft was
to suy that trusteeship should be
i metropolitin coun-
tries' had failed to fulfil their obligations.
l-'i ni this distance it would be unwise to
OOtttBH rrt on this news from Berlin prema-
turely and until the draft is available in-
formed comment is impossible. But the
community of Barbados and the community
of tli.- V. i the majority of whom
in not Rtembeif of any trade unions are
entitled t<> ask whethti an mi-.-, national
confederation of trade unions is not exceed -
[hts in discussing a question which
could only be decide ation' to the more than three and a half
ItMrts of the area had been
. rci'crendum.
Mr. Adams is lo be congratulated on his
forthright expression of opinion that the
West Indies' would regard United Nations
tup u a step backward, but the
Weal Indian community may well be an-
noyed at a recommendation calling for
trusteeship "when metropolitan countries
bad failed to fulfil their obligations" Trade
Unions have a function to fulfil in their
countries but they have no mandate from
the people in those countries to decide con-
stitutional relationships. In democratic
countries the people's representatives in
Parliament debate constitutional issues and
Mr. Adams has not been attending the
General Council of I.C.F.T.U., as a repre-
sentative of the Barbados House of Assem-
bly but as a representative of the Barbados
Workers' Union.
'/ Have Seen Fear Crowing Like This Elsewhere .. But This Time
Near-bankruptcy Is The Spur'
Israel In Torment
I'ltOIH 4 TIVITY
OTHER reports from the Free Trade
Union conference in Berlin are less disturb-
ing. Mr. T. O'Brien of the British Trade
Union Congress has been advising colonial
peoples not to place their trust in national-
ist politics, because economic development
and the building up of strong trade unions
were of equal importance. When in the past
such advice has been offered by non-Trade
Unionists in the West Indies it has been
suspect and the givers of such advice have
been labelled as reactionaries or as enemies
of Uie Trade Union movement. When a
member of the T.U.C., often such advice
West Indian Trade Unionists have no ex-
cuse for ignoring it.
West Indian Trade Unions might also pay
heed to the fact that at Berlin the General
Council of I.C.F.T.U., broke new ground by
discussing the importance of increased
productivity. Normally wages and im-
provod conditions of work are the dominant
note of trade Union conferences but the
General Council of I.C.F.T.U., rellccts the
realisation in Socialist circles generally
today that increased wages can only be paid
for by increased productivity. Even Mr.
Aneurin Bevan, British Socialism's ultra
left-winger has been warning workers in
the United Kingdom recently that tiny
must double their production before they
can expect increased wages.
The- position of Great Britain is especially
nut ii la a welcome sign that
ttada unionist leaders throughout the
countries with membership of 1C.F.T.U..
. ore stressing the importance of produc-
tivity.
At the Berlin conference it was pointed
out that workers could benefit in two ways,
both dependent on productivity. Either
prices would fall as a result of increased
productivity or increased productivity
would allow higher wages to be paid.
Another British delegate the chairman of
the T.U.C. economic committee took the
argument yet further. He stressed that the
standard of living in any country depended
In the last analysis on productivity. And
he pointed out that productivity was not a
matter for the employers alone.
i outspokea and inmiv statement! from
pton Unionist* in Berlin will
corned in the Urituh West Indies; when unions
h ive rot yet freed themselves from ihe dominant
.....Uoo Of higher wasjaa. TtMV now have
to give serious attention to the question
ductivlty, Because unless greater productivity
KlaUng inflationary ipiraJi will i* cxbk-
' rent Improvcmrr.l In wages, for which
: credit,
will not be sustained. Shafts In political
cannot add i i *. And
b4in Barba-
dos during U tha Government
to maln-
: !m will

a begin-
- ning to understand how time? have chained.
TEL AVIV.
TODAY, aa for the post fort-
Una of patient Israelis
i Mine past n stack of
' .rates, empty gin bottles.
,ut< sugar sacks which grace the
.iilnmce to her Britannic Maj-
esty's Legation in austerity -pack-
ed Tel Aviv.
IX> they cirnie to l>uy groceries
from Brain* NAAKI-iVii dfplo-
;, ,.' \
and women come lo register as
Britons.
They queue for hours to mako
are still entitled to
British passports granted when
they fled from rDtM
SlmtlaY queue* besiege Ameri-
can, Trench, and other consu-
flaw
Now. believe me. this rush for
reinsurance By passport U s
stgnilicont gesture from people
who have eon I ben to And a
national home with their own
race.
It is an open expression of a
feir I ciave found lurking in
Viry conversation I have
had with Israelis on this visit
This is the fear that I hey are
eaughl up in i> slow, strangulat-
ing process of economic bank-
Prom ft say pessimists,
B The shameful millions
loathed and abominated
Oer^nni ore going to save them.
'iresee that tens, per-
il : hundreds of thousands of
oarcety reunited with
t .1 homeland to
. ihcy have directed their
during 2,000 years, may
bavi to abandon it again in a
new exile. Those who remain In
:i nintry will have to nccept
r .'andard of living much lower
than ohat of today.
'And tfita I* drastically de-
11' pariaon with that
of 1943 and even 1950.)
Paradox
I is that already, today,
fll no- 'I'ment in the economic
Mluauon of the country Is re-
sponsible for the entirely new
phenomenon in this country's
post-war history: more Jews are
now leaving ihe country week
by wink than are coming in to
settle,
Many more would Co ii the*
Israel authorities did not stop
ahemby refuting exit visas and
export licences f.a- their prop-
city.
The paradox is that outwardly
and superficially Tel Aviv and
ii and all the rest of the
country 1 have, been over look
to bo booming. Cafes and res-
taurants arc crowded, Long.
elegant motor-cars glide down
Tel Aviv boulevards allowing a
peep nl the young women dressed
In the latest Paris elegance.
Whole new suburbs of resi-
dential flats have been added to
Tel Aviv since I was here last
year. When I drove nut into fhe
Northern Heart* Steppe tins time
I passed endless new village* and
i ftUffnontf, New immigrant-;
were Imsy by the i-oadside plant-
ing avenues of stud* eucalyptus
trees.

IRAQ
ARABIA "^
33
NO
Sefton Deltner
BEGINS TODAY A FULL-SCALE SURVEY OF THE
ANXIETIES FACING THE YOUNG STATE OF
ISRAEL. IT IS A NEWS STORY THAT MAY BE
CONSIDERED CALMLY FROM AFAR TODAY . .
BUT ITS IMPORTANCE IS IN THE DARK
POSSIBILITIES IT HOLDS FOR STABILITY AND
PEACE OF THE WHOLE MIDDLE EAST
Energy
v.- Um energy and imaglna-
Uon 'be Israelis are putliiik' D to
making Negeb productive la as
impressive aa anything I have
seen in go-ahead Southern
RhopfrUa
> ok under the surface.
Everywhere, even In the busy
desert, portents of grim danger
at once manifest them
A pipe factory was working
only one shift a day because of
lack of steel plates. Israel just
hasn't the foreign currency to
buy them. When tiie factory
of its present supplies
it will have to close down until
tha Ciovt mment can afford to
buy more steel. And this project
is number one priority.
In ihe town long queues were
waiting in front of the tianks.
They were queuing to change
their big-money notes into new
ones issued by the Government.
The only snag was thai tha Gov-
ernment was taking on* ten per
cent, by way of a farced loon.
Qtrttl llUUM black marketeer.:
in the Boulevard Rothschild
offered mo treble the official price
for my British pounds. I could
not replaoa my worn out type-
writer ribbon: "Sorry, we have
I'hey come from abroad.
There is no foreign exchange to
buy them."
Tollrriny .
Schoolchildren arc unable to
carry on their studies for lack of
English textbook:-.. Lawyers:
cannot keep up with Qw law
" > do not get the latest
legal books from London.
In :;nal! things, and in big
ones the whole of Israel seems
to be slowly tottering to a
1 P r lack -( foreign
exchange.
Tho worst hit, as I have indi-
cated are the factories.
Pome under construction are
having to lie left uncompleted.
Others just finished are unable
to start producing for lack of
taw materials. Yet others which
nave been producing are forced
to go on half-time or close down
altogether.
What is ihe reason for all this?
Jiuit tha age-old cause of most
bankruptcies: they have been
spending more than they earn.
Statistics nay are
importing eight times as much
s they export125 million
against 13,000,000 last year.
KmbarrasMng
In previous years the gap has
been bridged by generous Amer-
Icafl help plus ample use of
.sterling balances which piled
up m favour of Palestine dunng.
Ihe war. Bill even this was not
enough [-.. take care of all
uptndlture, much
of it spent on projects which
i.ing money for
So ihcy have taken up short-
term loan Many of aw la '!-'
now falling due and CsnttbaJ
.-.cute embarrassment. The exact
figure m short-term indebted-
ness is a State secret. But I am
told an amount of at least 150
million dOJteci (53.571.428) is
Sterling balances ore
exhausted
No Credit
The Brltlah Treasury and Bri?-
i ms, who supply two-
thirds of Israel's oil needs havo
refused to give credit.
Only by the forced sale of
their nationals remaining ster-
ling securilKh has the Israel Gov-
ernment managed to pay the oil
lull and .i ure supplies for what
|a top Israel Treasury official
vaguely detwribed to me as "the
next couple of months"
Without oil life in Israel .stop..:
Mfthout oil the pumping sta-
tions rtop pumping water. With-
out pumped water, the orange
groves which provide 60 per cent.
of Israel's export wither and die.
Yet It seems cra/y that Pre-
mier Ben-Gurion and his semi-
Government should have-
pushed all-out immigration and
till-out industrialisation to the
point when- tlie whole future of
the country is threatened. Is
there any sense In this madness?
L.E.S.
Our Readers Sav;
Why And HmvY
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIB. Tho Government Bill
to increase to a big and even
hlartUng degree the emoluments
"! Mm Kxperts' and Civil Service
Heads, resulting in such heav>
ana . dtttotnJ diargcs upon the
Island Treasury, and the lively
and rebellious attack upon it in
the House of Assembly. 17Lh
June, aroused very trouble-some
questions in the minds of the
ordinary citizens, and although
it is too late to hope for any
'road block' to the plan the
questions still press for expres-
sion.
Aiul perhaps some wise and
Instructed person may be able
lo put them lo real or at least
relieve the troubled minds. The
lucid and instructive addresses
Of. tli Hon. Colonial Sevictarv
and Mr. Cuke In the council did
not, unfortunately deal with
the "Why and How" troubling
the Man-in-the-street. or the
painful problem; where Is the
the great sum of additional
money to come from?
Here are some of the chief
perplexities:
(11 Why do we need so
iiiii. Kxperts' in Barbados?
ll i B small place and Its
affairs are not so complex and
BI >( dillU-ult, surety.
Take IQr example the Fiscal
Survey. The delay in producing
which has been so often men-
tioned an a main hindrance lo
action. Is than anything to be
M "f such
size and Importanca which was
hoi pi'.vided in the pamphlel
The National Income ol Benat-
dna', compiled by Dr. Benluun
ten years ago.
Or take another and very
homely glance at this aspect of
affairs. I know what I earn and
how I spend it. And I suppose
the sugar notary or buanMBg
firm knows What its income is
and what it pays for salaries
and wages and upkeep etc. And
the [neorna Rg Department
tha Bfjum of income
-3.404 in 19-12
reported D nearly j<11
of llieni .mall peop'e with
'tio a year, and
the rest of US Just earning a bare
living below the income tax
levelor no living at all. Indeed,
or bftka Dm- Te.rhlns Prufe-.! It Is so difficult to carry the
boys and girls as far as they need
to go in History, or Malhe.nati.s
or Lang; [odarn or An-
lici't and so on? And for those
\<- to go further then- r.i
plenty of people around with
ti a good
with University diplo-
hildren need to
am useful
living in Bar-
-red that
according to the popu-
lar Idea, pretty well provided
for, with tenure of position and
pensions fn the offingas Mr.
Cuke emphasisedshould have
their incomes substantially in-
creased, while such numbers of
other people are left In i, hard-
Up poMtlnn*
I do not have In mind the
Civil Barvl smptoyeea in the
lower grades It is announced
that their pay will be dealt with
very soonwith a further big
Inerease In public expenditure
but the great company of ordin-
ary people with no relief In pros-
pect. And thlnlt of the old and
disabled people with parochial
allowances of less than 5/- per
week, which is the munificent
Old Age Pern-Ion!
(3) Why is it that a propor-
tion of the Barbados people
should bo placed, above the need
for economy and hardship, when
ruch large numbers have to eon-
tend with them and endure them
continually?
Should we not all share
and share together? And is not
economy an excellent exercise
for everybody In hard times?
And this Is not a question for
people In Barbados only, by any
im.nis. it applies very correctly
and forcibly lo people In Britain
and other lands as well, it
aMBM to some of im that there H
a strong and unhealthy desire
and determination in many
places and circles to keep up the
old conditions of comfort and
even luxury, of ptaa
sport, in .spue of all
about 'austerity', 'tightening tha
iH-ll and the like. IV cut down
one's spending on the old
pleasant lines inrtend of striking
for higher pay would be on ex-
cellent plan for reducing tho
cost of goods of all kinds and the
high cost of living in general.
Increased production at lowei
prices, and cvervbody at work
are ahe slogans of political lead-
ers, but the rank and fUe to a
large ertent do not really agree.
nor yet the higher i>r:
more Instructed sections,
(4) How is It "supposed by
those in authority that small
people are to the at all and pay
1 :iy. even without tho
additions to taxation and cost*.
such as must be required lo pay
for the big increases In the upper
grades now approved and under-
taken*
This is a question which, we
think, requires no exposition
or dlustration. But it does re-
ftaatioa by those
who have authority and the
control of the purse
MAN-IN-THE-SrnEET.
Vi-j-rtub/r* i/i*/ Priem
dWor, Thtf Advocate
SIR.1 me space
in your v. luablg p-per to ex-

rOVlag reporter quotes
is saving
that if the people from M
ivhen.
to-y buy (meaning the growers)
would let them gel the goods at
ii>le prire they would
be -ble to sell at lower prices
too, and with the Control Market.
UM growers would not be able to
rob iheni.
Mr. Editor, these I would
quote, are .the prices the majority
of grewerj usually sell to the
hawkers. For instance, you sell
I 10c. to 20c. a pound.
at 36c. Baa Q l
.viir.e price. Cucumbers at 6c.
or tic. per pound, they sell at
'uurteen and sixteen cents each
and a good size cucumber
scarcely weighs more than three
onarterB of a pound. This situa-
tion is pr.'po'terous. Those
peppl,- buy two to three dollars
in good-., catch the bus to town
and II they cannot make 100%
on the goods or more, they say it
'cannot pay them. This. Mr.
Ki'itnr, i no ioke. these are cold
facts. Growers have to pay tO
make up their beds, buy seeds,
care their vegetables from
worms etc. Water them for may-
be three or four month* before
they can sM any signs of their
labours. IJheso exploiters as
soon as they sense the time of
fiufiinicf. name down on you
like T,ocusts. grab vegetables as
cheaj !>- as they can and off to the
nj tea of Massacre"
where what has the power over
mo*.
era a Central Market run
c-n-ornment. when all
nj'ii he nhle In send
their product! and get remuner-
tha rich and poor
... i Dtoehaaa these
Qua "bods nt reasonable
t ' iad of having to eat
and] dav out foods of a
ktatch> n
fsn.v of ii'ikiming
I liror. The Adeocetc
SIR. u is regrettable that
such n labourite as the Hon.
Senior member for St. George.
one whom the labouring classes
are look it -j forward to lead
them in the not too distant
future, should have made such
a Nundarii mistake as to ask
to make X)'-j motion that ride 45
of the standing rules of the
House be b.ought Into force.
I u'e seeks to eject visi-
tors from hV Visitors' Gallery
during any special debate. If
this rule were brought Into
force en Tuesday last, it proves
beyond any reasonable doubt
asentativaa
of the peooh) or I should state,
of 'he Labour
heir own
For. there must have
mathlng In that debate
this gentleman did net
1
Ma oppor-
i remind all Labourites
or any aort of '1st' or 'ism" shat
I reckoning is coming
.: five or
ten years from now.
Dr. JEKYLL.
Schools Rebel Against
Lessons On UNO
From R. M. MacCOLL
, WASHINGTON.
ALL over America a rising tide of oppo-
sition to UNO generally, and UNESCOthe
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and
Cultural Organisationin particular, is
r. uking itself felt in the schools a..d univers-
ities.
Some schools have discarded study courses
about UNO and others are preparing to do
the same. '*<** fen
In places as far apart as Houston, Texas,
and Los Angeles school authorities have
abruptly refused to co-operate, as hitherto,
in an annual essay contest conducted by the
American Association for the United Na-
tions.

The contest has suddenly become a con-
troversial issue, and there are suggestions
that anything to do with UNO is now un-
American."
Miss Do-othy Robbins. educational direc-
tor of the association, reports that 100 fewer
schools have taken part in the essay contest
this year and she flatly attributes this to
"fear of having anything to do with the
United Nations."
The association rushes out a statement
saying "There is a strange attitude in some
communities, where objections have been
raised to leaching about UNO. Such oppo-
sition is founded on misinformation, fear,
and prejudice."

The sharpest opposition is centred on
UNESCO.
The critics openly say that this agency is
gointj to "step in and tell the teachers how
lo run their own schools."
And when, some time back, it was an-
nounced that the University of Florida plan-
ned to hold a summer course on UNESCO,
lierce opposition developed, with charges
that the whole thing was "subversive," and
now the university board is thinking of call-
ing it off.

In Washington, President Truman an-
nounces that he is appointing 57-year-old
Mrs. Margaret Daly, of Highland Park, New
Jersey, to be Controller of Customs in New
York.
William Benton, ex-advertising million-
aire, now a Senator representing Connecti-
cut, and a very close personal friend of Tru-
man, says he is sure the President will
change his mind and run for re-election if
the Democrats find themselves in danger of
getting stuck with an unsuitable nominee at
the convention.

While America throws its hats into the air
over the debut of the liner United States, the
New York Times reminds that the overall
merchants marine picture is gloomy.
For while in 1939 America possessed 123
passenger ships, totalling 1,000,000 tons, to-
day she has onlv a scant 51, of 600,000 tons.

The blase habitues of New York's Second
Avenue are nonplussed to see a man wear-
ing only pyjama trousers pursuing another
man and firing revclover shots over his head.
The pursuer turns out to be a young po-
liceman, in hot pursuit of a burglar who
picked the cop's own flat for a raid.
Later he tells the magistrate : "I was em-
barrassedthere was no place for me to pin
on my badge."
t ,
A familiar word in America is "kibitzer.
meaning the chap who watches other people
playing cards, and dishes out advice to the
gamblers on how to play their hands.
And Harlan Cleveland, assistant director
Europe of the Mutual Security Agency,
tells a gathering of the New York State Bar
Association that the 75,000 Americans at
present administering the foreign aid pro
gramme in many parts of the world are
"kibitzers at every crisis, large or small, that
presents itself, and involved in nearly every-
body's business."
Tho day of the trained diplomat has gone.
Savs Cleveland: "Most of our foreign rep-
resentatives now are not trained for diplo-
macyand many of Ihem are not particu-
larly diplomatic."

More and more Americans arc building
their own homes.
It's quite the "done thing" these days for
comfortably off families to form -'wot king
partita," tatter, mother and junior alt in
bill* jeans, and. set to at the week end to lay
the foundation or build another wall togeth-
And "Build-It-Yourself" has brought big
changes for business. One maker of power
tools, who deliberately went after the ama-
teur market, has boosted sales from
6.000,000 to 10.700.000.
Not only is it funbut building tt your-
self saves you a great deal of money.

"Lazy Susan" is no lady, but the American
term for a casserole set on a revolving wood-
en base, and surrounded by gaily-coloured
compartments in which hot or crld hors-
d'oeuvres arc served.
And lazy susans arc selling in the
as entertaining in America, what with the
pitiless heat-wave and the vanishing .serv-
ants, becomes increasingly informal.
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f upict of i.'u ;l Photographs
Whkh hnvc appeared in the
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FKIOAY, JULY 11. 1S52
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACK FIVE
Colonies Must Not Depend Only On Governments To
Surmount Hardships
Renison Opens Home
Economics Conference
FISHERMAN SENTENCED TO NINE
MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT
28 Patients
At St. Joseph
Almshoiise
s
Ch. Ch. Poor Lau-
Inspector Resigns
from Mr.
im-
port OF SPAIN, July 1.
IN OPENING A CONFERENCE on Home Economics
and Education in Nutrition at Kent House. Monday, His A letter of r*litnaUc
Excellency the Acting Governor of Trinidad and Tobago. B|lnd "^"i'PV .*?!' L*w '"
Hon. P. M. Rcmson, warned against depending only on !^ V^luST* "
government to surmount difficulties caused by the rising ChriBi Church Ve*try al their
COSl of living. meeting ycstei.Li>
Delegates are present from nine Caribbean territories, Mr Crcnlty wag appolnUd
and several international organisations, including tho JJ hVVm Ir^!L a~1!
United Nations, World Health Organisation and the Holy ""v" ySSi Ae~or ^ onxf ra romn,|ltM
See, have sent delegates or observers. The two delegates At the ia>i Veairy meeiinn Mr. '"'' Jon" i!"*1 R"'k had row
irom Barbados are Miss Betty Arne, Social Welfare Officer Ever5!e.v-S inters v>ere circulated "[ ."f" p:?;* ^l"' SSSJSi
and Uta I. L C. Alleyne, Organiser of the Government Ut/SUkKS^S Sfcf? &%&**tgT&
Housecraft Centre. The Conference is under the joint prc'reurenKi'i Tc'vr >m* damaged .r* tisUm
sponsorship of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of Mr. C- M Di d that
the United Nations and the Caribbean Commission. ihc letter of resignation ihouU be H^HER!
' esterd.Hv Mi' ths' imprisonment with o <;. L. Taylor after an assiie jury people of the dutriet an
.____j t.______.,i... _ i.......___U.1A...1.. rf.,^^ l.(,t- ins whether It would not
Th Fever Ward at
WIini'lELD JON'FS r. fisherman of Bay Street, win Joseph Almshouse ha. be
1. Many
wonder-
found him ,u,< maliciously damaged dothing KB"- ^SX taSSS
and household articles on April 20. The trUcIng were fta uutaad of allowing it to remain
property of Jones' reputed wife. Gwendolyn Rock, and .is It is at present.
WCltVUl The Almshuuse at present ha*
Jones v.Ms ais,> charged with inflictinK bodily harm on -B paUamisIJ inalea, it females
line H;nds, the same day. but the jury m*J~*jfgL J\*S,*
Mr. W. W. ncecft, Q.C, 9olieUoT General, prosecuted
for the Crowa. Joins was not represented.
.Hid five jiairs of shoe
The dreaei Wfjra lorn up and th'
accepted, but he did not agree
"With all Ihe will in the world and family life She went on to ,,h Mr. Everaley asking for Bock told the Court that Jon,
111, Exeolletio Hid, thu govern- .a,: -One of the aim. of the rood lnrTC ,,. ,,.,. aS"he had iwliWiii loMlhT
meal cannot .pate very large and Agriculture OrganlwUion of Ilc , ,hll Mr Evmlc, ?,houtTv.aTbel
.sums of money lor extension the United Nation, is to raise the ,, c ,,, lc.,Vi. cvy reni Thev h td a row
work. We are doing our best and .tantlards of living and raUlng VMr .,, , r as , kl.w > feft h^nme to tilhV "" CUn "*
"i ,';;';.K|,aSve8gul'ro'-r,nd --""* --"---'Si ***** ffSjSS !2 ^*>-.",aW "* I"1:1 f^ Polfe.St.do,. On hor w," U,,.,;
then' wcro 49 i>atienU on the roll.
Nurse Wlnlf.ed Williams ha*
been Matron for the post IB year*.
Prior to this appointment she
., .-, ., ... worked with (he institution as ;>
Nurse Williams I- ably assisted
Mliriil" ^\ If)' b* **urse Spnngct. and nhe has
Ethel Tmtmai. of Gibbons 1 prob-tioners. Because of her
rlat Chun*, sobbed jraa-
tan Mr. Justice G. U
ad asked for a "break"
her husband Fthrlbert who
letmth of service with thr ta itttU'
tion. Miss Williams is well ar-
(|uaintcd with the ways of palipnts.
Tho Quarters of the Matron and
in iiSo^es'-piealU'Sy"^ - S^" '
f havu got to find ways
teaching pvopte to help them-
selves." He foresaw ihe need for
iho better organisation of educa-
tion and extension servces. and
for Improving housing conditions.
and considered it In order thai
the conference should meet
h fiS-22.2? '" thC fleH ' Mr9 * Talma corrected Mr. she met"her'moThcr and the two
Home Economics. rtrnyton. She said that she knew f (htm M (|uarters
Following Uie openln* Ulks. J. ,lwo >eani when Mr. K\crley Jones abused the two of ihen.
Dr. Roberts was unanimously rtl^.no* ta*e,h'* l"vtv when they arrived and she aj;aii
elected Chairman. Mr* " stlj Ward s ud that the left for the Police Station. Sh.-
Poard of Guardians had appoint- had made a report and was about
The agenda stresses the educa- ed Mr Eveisley and that same to leave ,when her mother cam-1
ttonal aspects of the problem. Board had asked Mi Eversley to In thr station bruised about he.
the charge of indicting grievous
bodily harm upon her on Decem-
ber 4 last year.
i i among her injuries
was a frarure of her left twelfth
rib.
n*T i " -. ii. *, ,-..i.i xionai spccis 01 inc prooicm. uuniu noii "'m-j ;.ii *.v,p.irv ,o i.i i
irf these problemi being con-
sidered, but also when a food
production programme was in full
swing. His Excellency also called
the Caribbean Commission, ttnd
expressed thr view that the con-
ference was complementary to the
aided-self-heli. methed.
Jone:
loo, I .' -
after, showed
Almshouse
a dangerous looking cliff stands
in Hie air. Should any
part of this clin" break away, it
would completely demolish the
Almshouse.
Tfa institution is kept In a very
sanitary condition, but many
people are looking forward to tho
day when It will be removed to a
MARMITE
IS EVERYONE'S
feptett FOOD
Hutson Jonas (16). the youngest
of lha defendants, was put on 18
i tattoo. The other _
Ihraa were bojnd over In the sum better site
extension ser\'ices, both "govern- Mr. Eversley failed to do. station soon after, showed a "f 5 and similar surety to rhf Mem ben of the Cleavers
ment and non-govrrnment. and He said that the Board of bruise, and complained that her KPCP mo peace for IB months. Hill bov,' club have a lovely
the question of better Integration Guardians would have to consider mother and her had beaten him After Ethel Trotman told His Kitchen garden. In It they have
of these activities w.ll be consid- Ihe post vacant as from July 24 When she returned home, sh> nip that she and her hua- planted beet cabbage and butter
should discovered that 16 of her dresses hand wore living ogvther again beans.
crordance were torn up. live or six pairs of in the incident, end that she At this Club there are M mem-
ser- shoes cut up. glassware broken, did not wish lum to be sent to i^r, Tweiitv-four are active
put in In the parish, her machine and stove damaged prison. Mr. W. W. Reeee. Q.C, The iMMUm ar<- table tennis.
Leaders of Non Governmental Mi. C B. brandford said thai" ai.d her groceries were mixed Solicitor General, who was prose- dr.,iightm dominoes football and
Organisations; Publications and Ihe question of resignation was together. ciiluiii for the Crown, said that if cricket It Is expected that thrco
Other Teaching Aid*; Educational one motion and that of the pen- extra 1-- ,, , > vt;is shown to irmlo* carnentrv shoemaknitf and
unity sion another. They should flrst ic- mother's Kvidence the husband, ho would also havo Iallc7lngwlll icon^ieataSeJ
to ask for leniency towards Iho p.c, 300 Victor Lavne is li.
the mother other defendants. charge of the Club which also
Hinds, corroborated Beside* giving evidence as to takes ihe form of a police Prut in
%J*^^^^*g+ ^^^i^f^l^r sirs s'SttsrjUR ^-^^CT^?Xrss ^^^3LDHL.sa- --^ *
m(W|< 'mpmvc Area wffl be explored. Particular ,,.avc from Juf^ 24 to August 23 left J i together and
mecnoas. P0*"" to. bo fovered include: I(c abo 8UMCStwl that one'of wont to the station. Jones threw
In ivreetin* dioiM.es and others !a-c'H** '?r av"nccd training; ,he olher employees in the ser-> 'he stove on the door and stepped
_,*k!T,"? ,,'.FJZJtZLr short training courses and"work- Uvr. should be promoted, and upon it. She remonstrated, and
; training etiooIs Tor sev- i(,j(ed that Mr. A*hby, ihe itgrt- he gave her two lashes wilh a
Caribbean keeper, be appointed to act as slid aN he, shoulders.
lNx>r Law Inspector. Civoe Hindi and Lucy Odlo Df
Before discussing Ihe question Thor <'<>v. West bury Road,
roborated evidence
vas at n hnuse near-
by nnd saw when Jones tore up
some of the dresses,
"Conferciu i | oj
of enormous value,
iis nature
rte said:
Value of School and Coi
Feeding Programme.
ept the resignation and then cii -
. cuss the quesfon of pension. He
n the direction of then
Th.
I'J -Tlh. i t V, ? x PossibiUtie* in the direction of then moved thai the resignation be Geraldin
th nk there Is extraordlnarv value technical co-operation both with- accepted as from Auuust 24 and Rocks

in.:
our
anv abrasions and
H of tie Commission, Mr.
k. P. H. do Vriendt. BecrtHary
Genera' referred to tho long
record o." close co-operatlo
cral territories in thi
lie ^ll'a followships nnd surveys
tween the Commis'ion and tho The present conference is tho .-
Food and Agricultufe Organisa- outgrowth of a survey of home ,f PfMlon. Mr. Wood Coddard, g-vc
tion. He mentioned joint action economics education and exten- Vestry Clerk, read from records *-""u
in the field of co-operatives s|on Jn ,h0 Caribbcar. conducted -Mr Everslcy's term of service
which culminated In a Co-opera- |n 1949 jointly arranged bv FAO n ',lc niolion of Mr. C. B
fives Conference last year, and and the Caribbean Commission. Brandford. the Vestry decided that
announced thet negotiations to The report of the survev which beio,e Axing Mr. Eversley's pen-
obtain the services or an F.V> embodies tho observation of an *,'on- lp*al opinion should _be
Agricultural Economist for the FAO Homo Economics Officer in sought. _________
Commission are well advanced, ten selected Caribbean territories. __ t,.-.-., -, .,,--
Hs described the meeting as "the |s included in the documentation 1 -O. PATlfc-NT LEAVES
largest and most representative for the eonference. In addition,
technicnl conference ever held the FAO Secretariat has prepared
T. Van SJuytniun
On Dml
That
cut ion.
as the case for the Proie-
keepa order In the district
At the Girls' Club opposite,
maxnbei are putting much eifint
into a flower garden, but the best
results an not vol evident.
Mils Audrev P.vne is in charge
of this Club. Members do mat-
making and needlework. Thii
Club has 31 members and all ure
JiCtlVC.
A resident of Cleavers HIM told
tie Advocate: "The Clubs have
CH. CH. ALMSHOUSE
under "the auspices rr the Com- apVialpapers "doling'^Tth'var^ -wT'"'.T.U,- ^li,"nls J'1 th C\
i lion ous items of the agenda, whilst Crt"^ ^A,mrlouse t1" Pte',en,-
the Com
agenda.
Mr. de Vriendt further said:
3US3K S^frifS^S &mLp*.-v>m %& sa-s zzx
activities that He open to it. has inside the Almshouse. A .,., fallows*.
lately found it necessary, for
practical nnd financial reasons, to
fmposa on i'aelf a considerable.
ions Scc^Urtalhai. ed^l}Cfhrit\
prepared statements on the poal- ^_P. _!"" A'-n mc**.in yoster-
' 1 the territories with respect
The Schooner Timothy Von
Shtyrsssn which came in port u
'1 -. (i i\ ,ir.i> irom British Qulani
is now undergoing repairs on .
dock. During her voyage here N of sTe' beneilt to the area,
a lire broke out In the englno F'merly groups of chUdren were
K ."S3S ISPS, {fens s? TOSrSJfe.^
engines * P-''"ig area is now being
The Van Sliivlman Is expected ,b,ui,J ^un6 the Bathsheba Social
to come off dock on July 22 Centre at St. Joseph. The work
and sail the same day for BrltUh '* being supervised by Leon Payne
Quianu without cargo. an4Lhe.,h" I,arr "' ,^1n*-
__________fc The Centre was officially opened
last month by His Excellency the
row taking place between
Rock and him ihe night before the
offence, and Hock's tellinij nun l<<
leave Ihe which concerned ..in.tliei woman,
continued next day and Rock CtM
hu| with a knife and threw hoi
water upon him
- When Rock's mother came, phe
nu nbu^,d nim nnj wnan v. ,,,.. 1
measure of retrenchment and
limitation of programme. It ia
Eatifying to note that this con-
rence, both
wt'lfare."
Lady Noleen
Brings Firewood
Professional Wilness
.. scuffle followed
Mrs. H. A. Talma, Church-
warden, drew the matter to tha
attention of the Vestry. She said
that these patients could be seen He gave no evidence concerning
walking up and down the streets, 'he dresses, shoes or household
Other Vestrymen spoke cf see- items, hut under cross-examina-
. scope and popu- ing the patients offering food to "on said that Odle was a profes-
larlty. .indicates that emphasis on Four schooners arrived in Car- children along the streets nnd of slonal witness. Me knew that
technical questions and on eco- lisle Bay yesterday morning. All seeing them gambling in > lha because she had given evidence
nomic development need n o t of them were towed Into the Isolation Ward. for his mother sometime before
necessarily axcluo* the human Careenage by the Lord Comber- Mrs Talma said that there ,lp **'* that Clyde Hinds who haa
factor or considerations of social mere. They were the Schooner were formerly three T.B. patients, "iM K'ven evidence against him.
Lodw JVoleen from Dominica, but one left the institution with- h;"' ' the hope that
S.S. Trader Takes a**
Sugar For U.K. Labourer Guilty Of
Mill I Till V -.-.Mill
Tht * idding Mirmiit 10 our m*ti every d/. wa .trenjthei
mr todies to rastn goodneii from everything we aM< and children are
ured o( a Nal extra to help them grow
up sturdy and fit. Marmite < delictout in
meat dlshci. loupi. 'isvourle* and
undwi.ht. Cookt like MarrnKa lo
beiauic a |ar laiu such a long time.
MARMITE
THE VITAMIN B FOOD
FOR FAMILT FITNESS
WITH
TO-DAYS
SPECIAL
aoot-om

PRUNE
CREAMS
THE FINEST PLACES FOH ICES
The Steamship Trader yester-
day took 5,070 gallons of water
from the Lord Combermcrc. Tlie
Trader was also loaded with
George Forde, n forty-two ye
sugar and left th* game day for "'d labourer of Nelson Street was
the United Kingdom. faund guilty by an
This steamship was consigned Ami/.e jury on a charge of Irdocent
to DaCosta & Co., I,ld.
Pirtrulai- mr-niion was mori# f s*""0"" Mary Af. Lewis from out notifying anyone.
M^ mS 11 ci 1 1 iwvf Brill,h Guiana, Schooner Burma -Soon Christ Church will he
tion, ,'S"DrPFd9 ' ,rom '^'^^ and Schooner full of T.B.", Mr. C. B. Brandford
Calres^ re^sciuv'lva of t'ho ^^Pf"* S. from St. Lucia. said. He suggested that immedf-
World' Health Organisation; Dr. The Ladu No|f,_ brouaht in "^ aC"n *" take"'
Lydla Roberts, delegate from the 9 0^,0,21^^1^^ _______________
S&g 3&>JSLamHS& *T^!%-%Zlg!; In Touch With Barbado, had
the of ilOwnintlonofAm^ nnd I0 Vltck^ of ^w f ,, r...-l Qt..t. She said that neither
Rock would give evidence for hiii
He called a witness, Leottn
Yearwood. who gave a similar
story of the row as had been
Kivcn liy Prosecution witnesses.
RACEHORSES
RETURN HOME
lonnSdttMrft,J U^hSol *&" ^ahiy ^nn of firewood. 600 bags
SSoSS Develop,CSdfWel! *J*1- ?27 ftP "' ***.
Organisation, delegates of th.
Coastal Station
I'nited Kingdom.
Haba posts, 108 bunches of
fresh fruit and t>0 pumpkins were
brought in by the Mary Af. Lewis.
Miss F.'sa Haglund, Home Econ- _. ., ,
omlst, who with Mrs. Andro- ^ T,h UarV Leuns left British
macho Sismnnidis, Keg-onal Nu- putana on July R and encountered
tritlon Representative, ftV a S had Srw,n?r ln f'ng here. The n-ric
CAni.r A.*m wrun r.ss
LU advite that ihrv can now commi
ntrat* nith Ihe fDllowlns (hire throui
Ihelr Darfoadoi Coeat SUUon
8 1. Alwakl, Abbrydale. Arlgun
GoUlto. Ciirrab man. Theiruatokleii. e>u> Philaiie'.phi
Dlninphei.
llXtecn racehorse* from Barlm-
-. which look part ln the T.T.C.
tiLtlvi I '"^""S of "jo damage alerting in Trinidad were brought
being done by Jone, She laid she inXo & ^ yrsUnday wh,n f,.
Stonmrhip Tribesman consigned ''
;,"., n.Costa fr Co., Ltd., arrived hen.
I f:
Odle had been on the scene at .,
the time of the row, but she had nlJ" "' trom Trlnldnd.
heard Hinds proinlte tr. r-iv- aM. -
dence for Rock.
I i:iv( "vi-
y An
In his nddross to the Jury, Jonr-s Api>oIlo, Rosette, Magic
Ipedr*
. Hi"
11. mr, iMiironiMinc, was = .7 , *"=. nc |i.,ii!r..r. fchfiiilli l-rinwf. Mnin. Unn, nCCCNSBrilV
assigned by FAO to help proparo E'neline which left B.G. on July 4 -n Mary oureit -f n-tmude. BraBi, Rock.ff mother Ai
and conduct the conference, told has not yet reached Barbados. g^ M&& 8Z' .2a'y Rock', not getting witneMe," who
of the keen interest of the Organ- -. e, n -. . j.i_ etc Neiaon. aceeton, Kordie, Reg-m i*r>. lived at the same building where
-mm tr. the conference. Speak- ^J^?_ JiJz\7!? lnwith 5,-5 o-id. iviparei;. ai*.* _diipper. -
ng for Dr. W. R. Aykroyd. Direc- lor of FAO's Nulrltinn Di vision, ? which was the last schooner to Tl*
Dei
tor
ahe expressed h
Cruiaer. Picmi
llorch Hi
re w'isn'for $* T^'f^ ,n ,he Careenage by the RpVi^hS.011 'rSH.
lX)Td COmbermere. brought Six Tetne.. Gan.medr.. Haban. Alh.iiH.
bags Of COCOanuts, 113 packages Of Thrahavi. Amakure. Corona Al,^>
She slated thai FAO rnllM fmh fruit. 427 ba t copra. BO BBSf oJSSIL SZZ. cJSSSi
that in order to make full use of drums of cocoanut oil and seven sunwaii. aiuiu a Ambrum,
improvements in the field of food bunches of fresh fruit, AH of c,rlto- ",on'i ""'
and agriculture. It Is essential that these Schooners are conilgncd to S^ELtJ iwl
home the Schooner Owners' Association. Sinclair.
improvements be made
l*M>gMMMMaaa
MMMfMM
Mia>eat
,
GARDEN
REQUISITES
WE CARRY A COMPLETE RANGE INCLUDING
RAKES
WEEDING FORKS
I.OPPINC. SHEARS
HOES
I.IK,I M KNIVES
SECATEURS
TROWELS
HEDGE TRIMMERS
LAWN SPRINKLERS
TAP UNIONS, TAPS COMPLETE WITH UNION. WATERING CANS.
HOSE MENDERS. SPOUTS, CLIPS AND CONNECTIONS
AND THE POPULAR "SOLO" SPRAYER, THE ONE-MAN SPRAVER
WHICH OPERATES ON BOTH THE UP AND DOWN STROKES GIVING
A CONTINUOUS SPRAV.
ALSO
RANSOME LAWN MOWERS
and the Increasingly Popular
POPE LAWN MOWERS W1TH rubber tyred wheels
HARRISON'S
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
DIAL 2364 or 3142
>faY.*MMMMMMM>*
??tOg >*> MM >*> anolt on a twelve-year-old girl.
r -in < ;is postponed.
Fordo who was arraigned on n
two-count Indictment was acquit-
ted on Ihe fln* count of carnal
knowledge. He w.is represented by
l' <; Smith Mr. W. W. Itcecc.
Q.C. Solicitor General, piwecuted
on behalf of tlie Crown.
BILE BEANS
kvep her
ATTRACTIVE
YOUTHFUL
-full of
rigour
Whyhctired, I Cj ,/\
constipated / / //
or liverish)? I tI
or iuh*.T indigestion ? Bile Beam
will mric >.ju vitally fit, full of
energy, bright-eyed and happy
Be S'JRE TO GETTHESC MEOICALL1
T.SiFnAHO*PPPQVei)BllEBtaJK
First Admiral, I-nnd Mark, Lun-
wa>, Colleton, Frenoh Flutter.
..olio, Rowlte, Mat'.- fl ,.-,
iUttia TarlaT1 ftllC' bivlteo them to believe that the Embers, llarroween, CasUo-I i-Tha
jachai, Thormhov s a' evidence of Hinds and Odle had Air. Durham Jane, Coh. nbua,
" laanar, been false and that Hinda' was Canta Qulslna and Hrljht L :ht.
ii"iK' ncceiisarily biased, ihe belna The Tribetmun la now twin?
questioned loaded with a cargo of suga..
. they had quarters at the time, in- CANADIAN (Klisi;n c
lUaaM ,lcad of ge"lnii Minds and Odle Thc Oan-dlaaj OWPal,
who lived in We*lbury Bead. **"* whose agents are Oi
It vas ail ii ri -,i Austin 4t Co.. Ltd.. called
him. he 'aid. port on Wednesday aftemoo
After hearing; a icvitw of the; Bermuda and left later Un
from His Lordshlo, the day.
- Jury .-ctired 20 minutes and then Tho Cruiser brought 1S6 boxes
TrS-. sict.iw' ''"><'<, ' verdict o( guilty of of cheese, 830 boxes of flour,
m and a w. malicious diimage but not of in- 4.800 bags of pollard ar 1 130
Meting bodily harm. cans of paint.
LI-H
3,933
dlnei
i th.s
from
HIM
KNIGHTS
PHOENIX & CITY PHARMACY SODA FOUNTAINS
maeusrtaiwF
k hfW TYKE
DESERVES A HEN
OUNIOr TUBE
DUNIOP
CYCLE umisf
from S(o<*(iti t*'S
31 Picco DINNER WiTC ...................... $30.10
35 DINNER SET ...................... $26.08
60 BREAKFAST SET ............... $30.00
16 TEA SET ......................... $15.37
16 ., TEA SET ......................... $10.95
9 COFFEE SET ..................... $4.76
15 ., COFFEE SET ..................... %\.t.l
THERMOS FLASK
IN OUR
HARDWARE
DEPARTMENT
1 pi. at
2 pi. at
3 pt. at
$1.64
$2 65
$6 63
THERMOS 1 pt. Jl'C.S it .................... $3.28
Iiivnrnt on all complrlr m-Is purchased
.::.:::.:,.:..:.,.....:; -.- -.-.-.
Cave
Shepherd
& CO. LTD.
if n oao si
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BARBADOS .ADVOCATE
FRUMV. Jl'l V II. I*
CLASSIFIED ADS PIM,ir sa,ms T,n,L|r notice* < fh mi
telephone :sca
REAL ESTATE
NOTICE
\ an.jjir. S,iiv;h1
IIor>.Kahi.>liiB.G.
SHIPPING NOTICES
DIUJ
UIIOK
Carol

I'OII 5AU
AUTOMOTIVE

lUnov. I1L.U1
kmiwi :
l.
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Whrr* I.id. eraI ----
Btltad U -tlaad.
Wly "ml Fatar KnowtH
ng i i | a.. i
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.
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a.-d Il.irrr Ipancer. ttcrirudr Inaln ...
AJbr. i
11 1MI i n> t.flci fcIiwM!
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iIHwmi 4 i-nd p.sa-
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ca*w\e
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(;over.n:i![M nothl

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* l>ert.. Area* HSM
j"T' ll. . Knuh. IM. B>
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V:
1.110 ST"*"
tor. A(.si
It --t.Ll.ll Si
Visit of "H.M.S. linnkrMi
H.H4.S. Burghead Bay"
be visiting I' i
nth in 14th July, and will be open
to organised pailies of limited
numbers from Youth Organisations
such as Scouts. Guide* e'c. frOM
2 p.m. to 5 p.m on Satunl.iv Hi
i2thJul>'- Heads of Youth t;n ....
isations who wish to arrange for
pnrtrea to visit the hip. are asked
to get in touch with the Harbour
and Shipptr.' Master who v.'ill
arrange transport.
9.7 522:i
ft.id u it.P. is Cwt

Clairndo
.i or pilot* am
W.1.M IB
LOST A roi XII
LOST
... pi
h w.i hwum Tvhau
. aajaaal t., i
ltai-k ne.1 Craaa Pa*' R. '
r r issu !. -HIHJ I ru%
irdurBi Id r\i-t.
Wii-m e> Co 31. Swan SI re* I
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I
r-rdee* van ,M-m:
, M AMI M '
va BMUimt <: iw>tb*
T.stdu.
rXECTHK AL
ornrr.p ..kli<.ton i-\*m
In* any debt a m .
aBacii** u.t eatau- ol t.fcuiti.K

eh wm met
.
rlanni tfulf all
.'iiMl JOSCTM (i'IMBHK TUDOS

:.- U d.v ;t Julv iM, alMr
hlcti dak I aha" prafpd la <1..lrll ul*
f tl.r r-lar alK"^* .r paiUM
.; -.*
r whlrh I .'.all tham
- h-t riMatr and MHM I -fiait not M
.
.....- had nMlcr at M" UBW Of
BatnruWa
/mi -u a*r*ona Uasabtad U th* aaldi
_____Waal Indu r*at an .^^-Wfl l^> acttb
ni"iilt C* UmtWd lat 1 IS p r ai.arf-. w*i>ila with-it Uy.
All itam cum d... I ftdalllW'
n X NICTIOUB A eft .
_ I HOUSES
.. .---- mrttpOadMU
SMrtaln-a * I :-. t a raa i B-- GBOHtisTl OWN. July 9. |
%-p^vo^sU ..iw. vi. . tmod <>vt the discovery of,
i -u^. m m-_ r .. ; ho* dy^ twm a (tlaeasc caUod I

batt. The disease ortjl-
. ^li.v bchcvi>! to be cncephalo-
: lyelitis wsa diaKnosed as equine
; hies by the Bureau
Husbandry in Wash-
whom the bt
i.iwd horse was sent for investiga-
ion. Brar.ll reports that white
ison|re*i create**

owla .>" unknow.i
The disease first afTecteil
11 .AT tlvt
nialUd. locate
Aut !* fa
roerraa I
I in al-noral Cap Trent
two c lame BtaaUa>
l-
I*XM-Two fur:i
lajfttT, Wtlh m "
.. :< lw.'0"iii. M i-ll-:. *
:achl Club, or CH*. Dial SsH.
.-------------. a brlfk wall lo b. dr-
i-lMltM aad rnDawaS Irani awr
i -*. Stlidt Sjaara W.I 1
b> TWalOi July D.1COST* CO, 1.TT1
1
1 alAaIUD Shim. Mut-
Co. '.leaMad Ut mi r'
I -im !ndlo hiti r*l\nr.v c
rjak
uM BrtUU Wi.^- SJlT.Sfl l^aa I
(> dlacotml. C>v* Ibaalwitl Si Co
llt:i
i.ta
-.a vrd imw Ui.pav
.. .i ,,irf
M.ffai Co. L
1 !,....<
JUST AKMJVKD
llra-MudaiK I
id a.p*ed ihaninn T0 FlckUp Raada
lu .lUarUva walaul
A limited ^tiarrrfTT ofilT
C. 8. StAFni At CO LTD .
Itmy atra-t.
SJ-^INGVAUB n.A-fTATinN. Sat-t
dli.w About aW irttb arrda and
Mtat M acrea in p.i*i-irr naada dan
oasri MOuar. Otwaafti llawr.
. .. ... 1
'" I Tb* abntn 4'lanlaSapa l(p Jfor ! at anawaii a*i Frtflny. i'w inn
1 I July aaat, unaaaa pravloualv aald by
Lu.. Iptlwala iraatv All Inquirtea anould be
1U1 UBf-I'lirrriad lo lh undaiaUnad in t ' "
< AJJUr,OTON fc SEA1V.
r.dfrtrwtl.
t ?. asan.
pvi amTTEBV WCTfiJuit a law lof
MArTKI'S RADIO nCPOftlUM.
US.S3- If 1
*r

; ( ::m h hi.
Wbd*J
C1IAIH- Cno Jnr.iar
I-racUcall, n*W. 1 Hi
Iran* Wll'unna, Si SaK
"ib Hal- !. Jdn-ph.
Ob *
Trie midjri-4 ' <>n< for ml* al
their OfBca No It Kltli Str-*l. m. FMd..
tm> isth July ibm at 1 ajn
1-ma*tit.'wi. Ww Dw'iluidhnuaa known
as "WBUlc" >iandiru| on BBS aquarr
f.et of land at G."rr nrast. FHU-titU-
Satatrr. drawin* and dlnlna ranma. two
UUhta. tollrt and bath. EliTlrw llht
j .-pplnntio-. .
M La.hlav aw phnnbig *>
furlhrr parUctiUrt and
'tcIrT{j,'cATTOr\n At CO,
v**: Onrn AtiN.ftao Mna <
WA.M"ttt
irn.r
C*>k- neat tla-a rack (mai; for
atai ht at*, appk* by l**U* .tatlns
"xswrntii'* A II 1 lil ( a A'lvncalf
fc 1 -3 la
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
- ill 1 .1. I BO* llaurt
SrVOa rw> JillE laaj
TM'A I.I J .! .
ll BOSKOil*' I I Au|ul 1SU
RAIL1M. IO II BftrB
M ANllhTAD 1Mb Jut}-, bt*
til (NO TO TTIAO Hlmn
A llltlllsH 1.1 IINA
_l S STTNTlJii ISUi Jul*. >*
. * COTTSCA lath Jaly. ISM
tl B. NSMTOft *u> AucuaL Itn
- ilUMi TO TBOtlVABI a cvmaCAi
-;*Ii4A *ii July. Ita
iCI'BV AO OXLTl
m s hktia i jwit. tasa
I. r momn, son a to l.ia
I
The MV MUNtKA ...
1 la ar.d Pinraaan far C
-.uUSf*. bWm- \
. K*i. Sa.h d Won- \
\
y ltn I
fba
M V
::i'nrr . ,>
.. PaaMiiabajl W>
! ~ ".....J
ll
B.O. cattV
.. bn
but has now spread
Canadian National Steamships
10 DIE IN BUS.
TRUCK CRASH
mil NC.iir vi,
ANADIA.M CltUtSUl
1 .NADIAN COSTSTmUCTOH
I.1DV RODNKY......
;t^Vk's
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ri.aMnd (M
- r ;tn ^n. Applr
Wlll
NOTICE
r- taSal- at
4 MiiKi trOMBlaV
N'a. .1 J la
1 j.naetirut 1
'/onall. Uhi
d.wi .
. 1 1.-1
inati
su of WUbiim Albari
bn- u :-
.... pariah n* SJlnl Mlch-
thia laland who dlad tt Lower
CaUr>nora ok afawald on Dw 1Mb
v of Oatobar. lSfti, ar* roouo-tad to
auto
_.'-aiad to th utidentUpwd atVA
WAIXTTTT WORBaTLL QuaHSWd aWaOB-
will of tha aaid BTUU m Al-
n.r% Worratl. dacfa.ed. /' asaaars-
Tlajpai A CHRlth. Bobcl'"-
111 dh flliwH. tBrhifatown an or ba*(we
aalWiiUol nasMal, IHl alt(r wbMb
data I aha.l sfocaad lo duUiiiuta Hi
1 (tan v
1
t*o nnviii- 1.
, 1 .nail Ucn
.. I I .... not bo liable
f a P *r *
_j pataoii of whaaa daan
aball not than haa
di.tr id ..ud
r claim
And all peraona ii.dabbrd to tti* BaM
rrtate ai fwawartad to Kit
dabUBaarr without drlay.
Danta tan IStb tmtt ojJuna. lVSJ
MCCITT WOBttaO.1..
"wUI i
*l.-aU (on**'
MISCELLANEOUS
_..S0 POCKBT MOWTA' aaallv aa-ned
by ixcrnmendlna 39 ar aubacrlbara t<
[.'-.nlFTL'SION In or.m monll
1 7 BJ r,n
|sjuib>ju|
c lADf HODM1TY .
RtDlTTUSlOK wflrn
ieh raw Subwilbar 1
you.
MXXICO. July 8. I
PbUec Mis) ten per^'
killed an. v iniured
it-hen :t bus rrakhed inu.
of a parked rattle trurk
day. The truck was |
the hiKJiway without liahU. The
front of the bus was sheared and
the truck's platform leleflcopea by|^r lurthr, p^trMta,
ndoua impact.
U.S JAP AIRLINE
PLANNED
TOKYO, July 9
A Jap.incse shipping company
uttd a United States airline, are
working together on plans to link
Japan and Brazil by air beginning
next October.I '.P.
Ma-ar l lajfai
!!,
|Mi
U J-i, i Jukr
Anlraa Salla
B da. H .
Jury S Jul-
ia July II Julv
SJiut M July
11 a*. at l.Bn
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-AfenU.
VwUSI INCKJMI by
iisanisaaaaiag MBOirrvflloN obtain
BIB aarileulaia from th* RCJJIrTVSIo:.
f^ltca 1 T 9J-e
Twn*T-,-.rTV DOT.1.ARS rxt Bonu
lam Radfiuon (ar Ti n-ronini M.
ion. tn op* ealan i-r month.
1 T.M-n
AN NOU N EARN BKl BCOMEY b> aelling Ral'f.
rnur apar* timr (;-i >un-'
ad forms today l.TSX-dtt.
? FLASH NEWS :;
\ CfcOBD.O OOlt.N -AIJJ ,
lh- Ulltll AaaWAI jjWft'l J
r-.u strcrl
All coodi arlhiur \
tin NO* ANN BAV1 \
When your BACK
ACHES...
Badiarha U awniBy rauaad by lai> k^daeyt.
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(Kruni Our Own I orrespondrnt)
LONDON. July 10.
in two days at Kidderminster, Sur-
unty championship victory of
nta ahead of their nearest
id > i were without a game Worces-
inners Lock and Laker both
i I Kric liedsci and Fiahlock
IV needod for vit
.
m noi Hants 320.
TVi a tor 38)
'in, tour- .Hi 174 lor (wo. (Glint W not
k< U in hjind re- out).
,i Drrbv tn- < Sussex Sussex
'<-. Mfl Leicestei 3GU (..i six. 101 J.
i-ufc rjr-ex Lanes 344
N. fa inland and "2 (or 2:
I three for 60).
Kant: Kent
163, tWught
' :ind i
i-us Glamorgan, aapafnta race foi
Md Man- Yi.ik. 321 for *\x declared and 16" .'uture.
v (HuttOB 78); QUmorgan The mdter was thor
Wordts iivr for 40). cussed at the 1W8
Britain For
Russian Stars
Laws 23 & U
BY 0. S. COPPIN
I %M Mil en I I.
'
U) ,nd m for four. (Tor** SSS?" lu, ..
li. wnxn HI MOM
1.... vo.ii ut .n
. tg iHlsgat* will be
MtMdJatal)
being admitted to Ihf
-umiltte

At hi' ti be held
listing lnt XVih o ymplud in
hi July. he Is
thc- cosrtnwvrual question ol
ORGAN. Highland
Game* al pdmburgh's great rugby
ground. Murraylield, jic enlw-
pflatac. rney Invited Hussl* to
MM two con.peii.ors io mctr
on August 23, but they
veived the inevitable
i No).
li would have beer.
ing lu *w what their 5000 iii--u*
man. POroV. could do ngmtnt
(.OlflMlM PUIK
>m laid. recently
i.ii M nun. 16 MC. I.r 5000
r K. | in III Olympic
run.
Z.ito^ek There
Th % time Is only u second to regard ihe ball
BrltteB umpire shall rail "Over" in a dr-
Ol tlncl manner before h-.ivinn lb
wicket. Nrllhrr a "No Ball" no
TWO LAWfc. dealing .with The Over will be discussed
to-day, Th* history i t tlw Lawi veals the fact
I irk m 1HU Um Laws i-oik anting the over were
changed They were changed again in 1900. 1922 and 1924.
who it that tun
a>re not rerL'tircd by the I..'. to do
lh. lull shall be bowled tram tnls-
'f"r"l.h"r V'.'r '"l"!uP^co'rdlniPl.> *" U MNISHING OVER
the agr.-rd lundlllviu of pla*. A Kow)ri ,a|| nnhli an "Over"
Ahrn the airerd number ha v. ln pr0fT, U11,r hr b,. mcap.rl-
u-ainmi b ^ ,P1, d M h ^mr ^^ j ^ l,Drnd,^ ,r unUlT
clear t,. the umpire al lh- bowler , , ,_,, .,||tlwP- ,
ulckrt Ihat both dde* have NJal ^^ rml, ^ ofu.n 4, dp,irl(1.
ilaj. Ui>' 4,rovld,d un|y thai he -hall nol
boul Iwa "0\rr" i mi-ii ulh rl> lit
kc record for the throe milos "f u>tt manner beforr leavlna Ihr ol)r inn|n-B. ,\ bwwirr BUT -
-s. and what U mor. WtekW>. Nrilher a "No Ball" nor ou(r ^ bataman at the wlrkel
Marathon Hope Peters
Answers Doubters
LONDON. June SO do that last yeai "
- Maiathon m-rvel dis- And for good measure he IV
ivnsing optician JIM PETERS, doing another five miles at lunch-
Infl 'hi~ week set t.me to-day because he Wt*
at real any doubt* about hi* nusatng to-nighfs training run
repeat in the Olympic to attend the AAA thnmpiun-
thc sort of form he showed ships.
in winning the Polytechnic Mara- Samidcis SariW
tlion last Saturday.
It was feared that his world London loaea one of it* leading
i.*cord lime in this race might amatour welterweight boxers to-
B4va burned him up. but it was mon^w.
OOt generally knnu-n that he w NORMAN SAUNDERS. of the
taking things easily at the end, Caius Boxing Club, sails lor Mel-
p epared to sprint if necessary, bourne, Australia, to join his
has had nine runs, in- fannl-
!* :(* Marathon, in tlw Saundars, rw nlly demobilise 1
lov.rmg 80 miles On from Hie Army, has boxed regu-
his 12 mile course last night he larly for ih<- HAOl" Mm and lia*
did Ihr. 5mln. 51ser., mure than MB mated Mm Ai-my.
a minute faster than hu previous He has lepresented the London
fOr
each stroke
Si "rulmard
Indians-
2M; lbs Indians
/.AlOrEK the CLech w^ in Ihe
B llcM. He could only Unish ilnr i
in I4mtn. llMC. and both he and
i>y_the
ting.
a "Wide Ball" shall be reckoned ^
at one af the "<>v> "

The history of the Lriws ol
BASAN1 Crtckeg places the
Hah
. ill an hi^hc^
mat airrct.
bowler
bow!lnc
side of it he
Infana* Iteted
.. r in the United Kingd
ayten^veral Engl.sh-Speakmg dtftt- " 4%** %*m #-1 "-d thta 0
amended to A and "
or bans wh|,sl rumilli8 up , daorar aw
oest.
Early Spin
Ye. he was out again this morn-
ing at 5 45 to do his third bast
over Mi ta-anOa course
"That shows good recovery,
doesn't it?' he asked. "I could not
Amateur U.xinii A*o.ialiun and
Ol his 200 bouts has lOH only 17.
.en rases has go*w back
to i-e\Trsc these defeats.
Ha hat boxed m Denmark and
Gcimnnv f,,r hi- club.
L.K.S
. i MO and 139. gates were not satisfied with (1
Surras 32 and 11 'or u
Australia and Ne
llnnlly 6.
Ze.il.ilHi lll<
J"ca Olympic Games
Team Short Of 700
(lioni Our Own ( orrrspondenll
London, July 10,
mph Quntl Icain which leaves lu-inui-
,1 ol 700. Th< ni.i.iey has
: i i Deltli Mr. Hwbert McDonald
I Myers and Mr. Vivian Dayes. II
gUtniltM, il would have been
ul tn London, coach J. J. Yancey
ch iih member ol the relay team.
----------------------n -
hall or jin iver. thf umpHv
ihOUM i ill U.M.1 Ball" and call
lx>wl an
over fre m '
If a bo1 BO lhal he
nnot HnL.li Ihe over he ha, h.-
.nunnuuoo ilv...... ilia wu .z'"p'l! A'"
Ution ol the minute. So the ,:- '-y"'*<"<_ " > ' '- .....r caMMM , 8 M\. bu. In dr-
ier powponed unlil 1U. ) ic lie Ihe lu.uou nieire and in. fii||, g inv J11,,^m,., to lhc
l.nulish BackinK .' m.k._ .onlrary in Ihe llnlud Klnidom iun. thi over''^in|VW\eird'ed
If he wlni and to will have ,,, * .?[ ,.h lhe-Over-ihJllbedb.il..
English barkln, amon, othe. Two llunw ,.n Ol.mw. .hl.n-
ihe orth.lox oraail .Irokc ''" Hf,S.kl N" 'l Painllil
probably be over Ihe Ji JJJ' J,
i-iiiii :.t jire-inl i>n the pro- ""
ninir tut men Mid VTOJ
.i,..- throwi i ihu: NBinil and A ball ahull not count a. one
c; Y l; I. A old U-.-t u- .m
. n have now com- *lnce

Snappers Beat
Bonitas 2-1
Mr. McDonald said today 'i am
that sufficient fund*
jnave nol been nude available tn
h Qovtrwnent subscribed ganer-
-usly to the team but the DUbttC'l
1 ubacriptiong Ml In-low mark
.When 1 cabled to Jamaica earl- dilTlcult to many
1 er this week saying we were short rluced. Now
"It would be ridiculous for u?
without cither
three point lead:
i.i Una up fur DM
ip K< ninth [not,
ii Snappers and.
m U>r nonius.
with eight points and,
:..'
i :
.,i.n DM <''"
red Malnst Whip-
reatod in each
'
i .tn ring off the
fttna. light in a
that any-
any UmeJ
i the contest,
IQO BOnis. Both have ixvti elected u
.I Nations AsKooil/Iy
ran their Olyrrpif
'ortab K mistered 1 '" '/,:''.' '" '**
butterfly sti.ike ov Ini V.>i\ s Best fcver
Hi have a f J THE United States will he
I si iKting its strongest ewer ath-
it QVgf 100 yards <>r m'-tr letus te m In Helsinki if perform-
have not appan I B nncen in tho two days U.S. Irssal
;> HjppJc oi relaxed " anything m go by.
shoulder aetion ti> continue o< in the two days 13 new oteat-
iiiev have not i
feet rhythmic timing fo< lh|] events, which means that the 19V,!
tricky ttrotW. U-8. team excelled previous Mmi
The-crawl found si in all but five events. -.
hen ihst tntrit- The tlrst three in each event y**trt*mun i
during the trials won u place in
the team. MOBUM Of this m.m
champions ware loft out Ihroug
ind accidents.
DICK ATTLESEV, world re
ord holder In tho 110 metrr> hjgh
Intercolonial cricket history re
ds ttut gainful incident in which
blown off the striker's urlcket b- ,i ll.ii bi'-t* bowler slipped and
fore he plays his stroke or if the jureit his nmtVa in a game with
bowler in running up to rlelivei Triniilui ind was ci>mpel!cd b>
the bail, allows it to slip fn>m Bal the umpire to complete the over
hand beCoN delivery. which bw did by sitting and .ill-
It is the umpire's duty and not ing the boll along the mattint!
tho scorer's to c:.ll "Over" so 'hat Under fhis provision the Umpire
any additional bills allowed h. rhould have called "Over* and re-
use umpire because of a miscount gal h ted.
re valid |i in pver Li left incomplete
I have known scorers who ihOVt (or some reason at the start of any
h
HIMHHIIMMHHH

no raeorda were ael un In thi- IB f.rom .V13 B0y,Uon *Qwt" much to interval of piny, it ,s timshe.1
I*1" Jn-Ul?J? the discomfiture of the UKnpU
Oiurv n-cnrtl* how-
' i
done over
i oss Iho
Another Idea
Another Idea, I think, would he
for the Olympic programme dis-
^J'ST^T*?^ .-eeToibVau-irnKti'^rh:,.: hurdle-. mlo. the .earn when
ITBLX SSJSTS J)TJ -"*", < J- e.el^ued even h^ J**jd Oee.u-t ol
edict, enter n Ihe relay wh.ch but over 1*1 metre-, and the back- "*t l*'n alone , athlet
ho' whole world Is expecting us stroke held over n 200 melre< vancement Wo hrncigQD
li win. course. li Below Scratch This would suit those opposed to dous task faring our athletes
Mi. MacDonaUt added that with having two events fen- breast- not be
he exception of Rhodon. all the stroke, as they do not rfclh Ihf
Of the teem were below Olympic programme tn be length-
ened
"We shall need Ihe efforts of a This is an important point, cm-
coach now more than over" h~ sld.rinr It has mon or V
.rtded. "But I still With the Olym- ,1^,,^ t Inetatf* mod
. t a fortnight further rc}Hy i3 x iW ,,
Surrey Say Thank You'
To Club Cricketers
inderestimated.1-E.S.
md rree-ttylosl
Mf MacOonald said that In ROi- t^,. Arill.riCiins . k, .
Include water billots '. I..
ed on point- rather like diving.
' would be
Id to baton changing. He was
ie marking ;-,,! ..di^ii.d with ihe way the team
one bad to had pertained at White City when
the ball they set up the new Empire Relav
li of \he marking "record, and he thought that with
bo good |i"iei changing they could have
ret ii mi on* Ol even two seconds
swimming, better lime
m l..th side. He sold that Arthur Wint ihr
in ii Cl u-ka Iho ,0?..toV-h".d
ived quite
8pori$ Window
The Basketball IH vision
"A" match** at Ihe Y M.P.t .
tunlghl al 7.30 are: Har-
rison College vs. Harrison
< t.llee llld Boys and Pick-
wick vs. Y.M.P.C.
Daly Four Points
Ahvifd Of Lockv
few of v rtaln goals
irard line, it
ii. stage, too. lhal
.
In II
Our Time Bhota
Klud- Ar,lt ,M"
,,. -nd was tire.' Itul iff l*"'.
with 48 hours sleep, he expected '1 In ,,,,,
him to be al his best
tfacDanahra forecasts war* Hiai
Hhoden would probably win lhc
100 metres with Wtnt as his most
dang'TOU.s opponent and th it M.
Donald n.. taj amo will in- run-
ning for Great Rritiun, would wi
tho hundred metres. H
LO.NJOON. Jul. in
ids Ih
Instil
Bannister was try- Jamaica had a line chance in four
i he has the ,-y the four hundred melres, but
Ig Mini inialely on warned that stiff opposition could
i i i:i,l --;! i i e expected from 'he United

lightly Ida < f In tho women's events, he ex-
pected m *s rlyaetnta VaRai
iboul i iir i.....i'o i out that ihs
i.:.,, whan 'i'1 N up i hun Mar)orU
Vusti
t to Inco who had ihe tasadred naMaaa and
, | [oi t' I Blankers Koen. iho
Dutch record breaker in the two
Ba
pen golf champion-
ship at Royal I-ytliain and St. lines
He added a 09 today to his record
bnaJdag 67 nf Wednesday for a
total of 136.
foul ihotg behind with M0 is
the BOUth African champion.
Bobby Locke and one shot behind
thought ,:'m "u> 2;?-year-o|,| Australian
professional 1'oter Thompson. Tho
final Iwn rounds .. ill l- pliyed
to-morrow.
.i-.:! of Iho aoal-
.-.-,
i. Mill .n
l| of quick good
hundred.
Twelve < ffleials M | atll frU
make up the pnrlv l";.^
morrow Inetoding Bartwa
1st Ken Farnum. who is affiliated
i team.
TO REP.vtaCNT
B.C. AT HELSINKI
i own
' !(( .'.TOWN. H.G, ,i> li'
ce< ii Moora. 1.4-xaaT-old llght-
:i ivv eight-llftlnn cham) Ion,
leaving Itritish Guiana on Sunday
Ihi "lonv's oily representa-
tive at Helslnk*.
THE WEATHER
REPORT
YESTERDAY
i: .Infall h-om CodringUnf
.11 in.
Total Ralnfa.ll for munlh U,
dale 1.1, ins.
Ilishesi Trmnoraturo:
m.5 r.
I am-.t rrmperalure:
75.0 P.
Wind Velocllv: 13 miles p.r
hour
Itaromrler IB a.m.) "i 41 j
13 p.m. I .S?4
TO-lAY
Sunrise: 548 a.m.
Baaasl: s.ig p.m.
Moon: Full. July 7
l i iiiin -hi i, i.
Hllh Tide: 6.48 am.
7.36 pm.
Low Tide: 13.39 a.m..
1 08 p.m.
SO MUCH Is taken for granted by so many these days,
that I record with special pleasure a gesture of gratitude
which Surrey County Cricket Club are making towards
one Of the most renowned cricket clubs in Surrey, Thames
Ditton
Fo, the past three years Thames week comes from Leyton, F.C .
Ditton have played match defeated l*A Amateur Cup nual-
ogalnat -'ie Surrey XI In aid of n Ists. Clubs, players and all who
piofesslonol taking his benellt have helped Ihe club in their
In 1949 it was Eddie Watts, in uphill struggle have received the
1950 Laurie Fishlock; last year club's thanks on printed cards.
Jack Parker. .,- message: "Leyton FC
This year no Sum, s plajrar has Committee send this token of
I benellt match. So Surrey are grateful thanks to all clubs who
going tn play a match for the havo reWdoTad us assistance in
benefit of Thames Ditton. II takes completing or league programme
place on Sunday on the attractive to all ptayan who have 'guest-
Thames Dillon ground at Glggs ed" for us. to all who have sent
Hill Gicen, known to every user messages of good wishes and con-
of the Portsmouth Road .Kit of gratulaUona. .and to tho many
C'cnlrnary
full
The Surrey XI will be at
strength, led by tha countv cap-
tain. Stuart Surridge. With
SUmy lirmly established at the
other friends and woll-wl-ihei-s
who have aadi i-^i tha club
'ihape or form during the past
'0.'l> HI."
Qna-CUti (horn-.
Rebecca, dark and diminutive
Ife of West Africa's R
Rice's Custom Tailored
Tropical Sport Clothes
of gay (or conserva-
tive) design, are of
lasting value and,
too. prices are par!
sm
i
C. B. Rice If I
ul II..!.... lur
head ol ihe County < hamplo.thlp. Ankarah. n. ushered polilelv
he gametUiould.be a great attrae- bu, rm|y bv [loxlrul Board
^M ISt' E?SJ """ V';bs"1"" oBdUj ... <.nt near
nal benefit for Thames Ditton he|. hu,band'B corner during the
The unto motive Uj promple.1 Nottlrujham tinhl in which lie WM
"^ i'!.'" t" "?";, -""'<" <*>* hcaten by Ray Famcchon of
ullh Thornton Health. Woklng. p.
Ilelale Priory-in celebration of Fr Rebceea. brlht fljure In
Southern ,,|,, whj d ye|low. broke
boxing rule when she began a
.lie-all] chorus of vocal support
. bainl In shrill English
-Twl.
comer have
:l,iii icntenaryand
Railway (llayne. Park).
A spokesiiLim of t'le Surrey
flub iHkmmented: "the elubs hav
been very good to enjr profession- Imd'her own"niili've "tong\i
' ,'.'.a .- ^ ""' W"V ' My'n'' VPl 1" """er-. corne,
irieki i the '" Ihc J
d half
--1 :' v ! un nit: the
... :
Sol The last
| iff .. n ( >st and
i hard Manning. Ken
Malcol
9 n. rdr Swordfiih. i-.
and Hertstrl Portill
and Neitor Porllllo 1.
TIM learns were:
Hilly Manning. Frank
line, Del beet
l.rowne T
ive I..ii Clarke ud C.eorn- McCk.....
even to .i Bol'**: M. Foster. II. Patter un,
II h id put J.i lr tea I Johnson w Weathct
i. n I. kah li .K d '
,ii Swordhsh: H. Woalherhead. .?
two n .' Nrkan, D, Roeeo, ii PortlUo, N.
railed out Portillo, M. Fit/.(;.!aid an,; II
if each Jones.
Orate and Whlpporays: G. Greenidgc. H.
Wt.ilherhend. A. Hunte. T Vi i -
i. I. Sus-nce. P. potto: and D
. Whipporny* O'Neal.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Oils and Fats Conference
10 00 am.
( unit if Grand Sessions:
100 a.m.
Court of Appeal: 10 00 a.m.
Baskrt Ball al Y.M.P.C:
730 p.m.
Film. ..; British Council
8.15 p.m.
ASSIZE DIARY
No. IS, Keg s.
Joseph Brow >
\o. 37. Ror.. \->
Jamo*. Itj*nrs
'Thank you.'
Practical appreciation
sort appeals to me I'm
will appeal to the dubs, u
Ley ton's Thanks
Another nice gestura
of thi
. nira i
la keep aulec, and Mrs. Ank
af.er tlie fli-st round, was moved
to a Inm-h oh ilr Dtna yards from
Ihe ringside. She took It all In
good part
,l"' L.E.S.
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VT ;IS shown to irmlo* carnentrv shoemaknitf and unity sion another. They should flrst icmother's Kvidence the husband, ho would also havo Iallc7lngwlll icon^ieataSeJ to ask for leniency towards Iho p.c, 300 Victor Lavne is li. the mother other defendants. charge of the Club which also Hinds, corroborated Beside* giving evidence as to takes ihe form of a police Prut in %J*^^^^*g+ ^^^i^f^l^r sirs s 'SttsrjUR ^-^^ CT ^?Xrss ^^^3L D £HL.sa%  •• • --^ * • — m ( W |< 'mpmvc Area wffl be explored. Particular ,,. avc from Ju f^ 2 4 to August 23 left J i together and mecnoas. P 0 *"" to. bo fovered include: I(c abo 8 UMCStwl that one'of wont to the station. Jones threw In ivreetin* dioiM.es and others !a c 'H** '? r a v "nccd training; he olher employees in the ser-> 'he stove on the door and stepped _,*K!T,"? ,,' .FJZJtZLr !" short training courses and"workUvr should be promoted, and upon it. She remonstrated, and ; training etiooIs Tor sevi( ,j(ed that Mr. A*hby, ihe itgrthe gave her two lashes wilh a Caribbean ke eper, be appointed to act as slid aN he, shoulders. lNx>r Law Inspector. Civoe Hindi and Lucy Odlo Df Before discussing Ihe question Thor <'<>v. West bury Road, roborated evidence vas at n hnuse nearby nnd saw when Jones tore up some of the dresses, "Conferciu i | oj of enormous value, iis nature rte said: Value of School and Coi Feeding Programme. ept the resignation and then cii cuss the quesfon of pension. He n the direction of then Th. I'J -Tlh. i t V, ? x PossibiUtie* in the direction of then moved thai the resignation be Geraldin th nk there Is extraordlnarv value technical co-operation both withaccepted as from Auuust 24 and Rocks in.: our anv abrasions and H of tie Commission, Mr. K. P. H. do Vriendt. BecrtHary Genera' referred to tho long record o." close co-operatlo cral territories in thi lie— ^ ll a followships nnd surveys tween the Commis'ion and tho The present conference is tho .Food and Agricultufe Organisaoutgrowth of a survey of home , f PfMlon. Mr. Wood Coddard, g-vc tion. He mentioned joint action economics education and extenVestry Clerk, read from records *-"" u %  in the field of co-operatives s | on Jn ,h 0 Caribbcar. conducted Mr Everslcy's term of service which culminated In a Co-opera| n 1949 jointly arranged bv FAO n ,lc niolion of Mr. C. B fives Conference last year, and and the Caribbean Commission. Brandford. the Vestry decided that announced thet negotiations to The report of the survev which beio,e Axing Mr. Eversley's penobtain the services or an F.V> embodies tho observation of an on lp al opinion should _be Agricultural Economist for the FAO Homo Economics Officer in sought. Commission are well advanced, ten selected Caribbean territories. __ t,.-.-., !" -, .,,-Hs described the meeting as "the | s included in the documentation 1 -O. PATlfc-NT LEAVES largest and most representative for the eonference. In addition, technicnl conference ever held the FAO Secretariat has prepared T. Van SJuytniun On Dml That cut ion. as the case for the Proiekeepa order In the district At the Girls' Club opposite, max n bei are putting much eifint into a flower garden, but the best results an not vol evident. Mils Audrev P.vne is in charge of this Club. Members do matmaking and needlework. Thii Club has 31 members and all ure JiCtlVC. A resident of Cleavers HIM told tie Advocate: "The Clubs have CH. CH. ALMSHOUSE under "the auspices rr the ComapVialpapers "doling'^Tth'var^ -wT'"'. T U ,^ li, nls J' 1 th C\ i lion ous items of the agenda, whilst Crt "^ ^ A,m rl ouse t 1 !" P te ,en, the Com agenda. Mr. de Vriendt further said: 3US3K S^frifS^S &mLp*.-v>m •£%& sa-s zzx activities that He open to it. has inside the Almshouse. A .,.„„,„ fallows*. lately found it necessary, for practical nnd financial reasons, to fmposa on i'aelf a considerable. ions Scc^Urtalhai. ed ^ l} C f hrit \ < i huifh %&> £ prepared statements on the poal^_P. _!"" A 'n mc **. in yoster' 1 the territories with respect The Schooner Timothy Von Shtyrsssn which came in port u '1 -. (i i\ ,i r .i> irom British Qulani is now undergoing repairs on dock. During her voyage here N !" of sTe' beneilt to the area, a lire broke out In the englno F'merly groups of chUdren were K ."S3S ISPS, {fens s? TOSrSJfe.^ !" engines %  P-''"ig area is now being The Van Sliivlman Is expected b ui, J ^un6 the Bathsheba Social to come off dock on July 22 Centre at St. Joseph. The work and sail the same day for BrltUh '•* being supervised by Leon Payne Quianu without cargo. an 4L he ., h I,arr "' ^ 1 n *fc The Centre was officially opened last month by His Excellency the row taking place between Rock and him ihe night before the offence, and Hock's tellinij nun l<< leave Ihe lha because she had given evidence nomic development need n o t of them were towed Into the Isolation Ward. for his mother sometime before necessarily axcluo* the human Careenage by the Lord ComberMrs Talma said that there ,lp **' %  that Clyde Hinds who haa factor or considerations of social mere. They were the Schooner were formerly three T.B. patients, iM K'ven evidence against him. Lodw JVoleen from Dominica, but one left the institution withh ;"' —' the hope that S.S. Trader Takes a*—* Sugar For U.K. Labourer Guilty Of %  Mill I Till V -.-.Mill Tht *JSLamHS& !" *£T^!%-%Zlg!; In Touch With Barbado, had the of ilOwnintlonofAm^ nnd I0 Vltck „^ of ^w f ,, r...-l Qt..t. She said that neither Rock would give evidence for hiii He called a witness, Leottn Yearwood. who gave a similar story of the row as had been Kivcn liy Prosecution witnesses. RACEHORSES RETURN HOME lon n Sd tt Mr ft, J U^hSol £*&•" ^ ahiy ^nn of firewood. 600 bags SSoSS Develop !" !" C Sd f Wel! *J* !"!" 1 ? 27 ftP "' ***. • Organisation, delegates of th. Coastal Station I'nited Kingdom. Haba posts, 108 bunches of fresh fruit and t>0 pumpkins were brought in by the Mary Af. Lewis. Miss F.'sa Haglund, Home Econ_. „ ., omlst, who with Mrs. Andro^ T h Uar V • Leuns left British macho Sismnnidis, Keg-onal Nup utana on July R and encountered tritlon Representative, ftV a S ha d S rw,n ? r ln f'ng here. The n-ric CAni.r A.*m wrun r.ss LU advite that ihrv c an now commi ntrat* nith Ihe fDllowlns (hire throui Ihelr Darfoadoi Coeat SUUon — 8 1. Alwakl, Abbrydale. Arlgun GoUlto. CiirrabU> Philaiie'.phi Dlninphei. llXtecn racehorse* from Barlm-. which look part ln the T.T.C. tiLtlvi I '"^""S of "jo damage alerting in Trinidad were brought being done by Jone, She laid she inXo & ^ yrsUnda y wh n f,„. Stonmrhip Tribesman consigned '' ;,•"., n.Costa fr Co., Ltd., arrived hen. I f: %  Odle had been on the scene at ., the time of the row, but she had nl J" % %  "' %  trom Trlnldnd. heard Hinds proinlte tr. r-ivaM. dence for Rock. I i:iv ( "viy An In his nddross to the Jury, Jonr-s Api>oIlo, Rosette, Magic Ipedr* Hi" 11. mr, iMiironiMinc, was = !" .7 , * % %  ••" %  %  =. • nc |i.,ii!r..r. fchfiiilli l-rinwf. Mnin. Unn, nCCCNSBrilV % % %  assigned by FAO to help proparo E'neline which left B.G. on July 4 -n Mary oureit -f n-tmude. BraBi, Rock ff m o t her Ai and conduct the conference, told has not yet reached Barbados. £ %  g^ M&& 8£Z' .2a'y Rock', not getting witneMe," who of the keen interest of the Organ-. e„„,„ n %  -. .„ „J.I_ etc Neiaon. aceeton, Kordie, Reg-m i*r>. lived at the same building where %  -mm tr. the conference. Speak^J^?_ Ji !" Jz\ !" 7!? ln „ with 5 ,5 o-id. iviparei;. AI*.* _diipper. -•— ng for Dr. W. R. Aykroyd. Direc< e run " f co1 whJle Enterprise Km lor of FAO's Nulrltinn Di vision, ?• w hich was the last schooner to Tl* Dei tor ahe expressed h Cruiaer. Picmi llorch Hi re w'isn'for $* T^'f^ ,n ,he Careenage by the RpVi^hS. 011 'r£SH. lX)Td COmbermere. brought Six Tetne.. Gan.medr.. Haban. Alh.iiH. bags Of COCOanuts, 113 packages Of Thrahavi. Amakure. Corona Al,^> She slated thai FAO rnllM fmh fruit. 427 ba„ „t copra. BO BBSf oJSSIL SZZ. cJSSSi that in order to make full use of drums of cocoanut oil and seven sunwaii. AIUIU a Ambrum, improvements in the field of food bunches of fresh fruit, AH of c,rlto ,on 'i ""' and agriculture. It Is essential that these Schooners are conilgncd to S^ELtJ iwl home the Schooner Owners' Association. Sinclair. improvements be made l* M >g MM MM aaa MMMfMM M ia>eat GARDEN REQUISITES WE CARRY A COMPLETE RANGE INCLUDING RAKES WEEDING FORKS I.OPPINC. SHEARS HOES I.IK,I M KNIVES SECATEURS TROWELS HEDGE TRIMMERS LAWN SPRINKLERS TAP UNIONS, TAPS COMPLETE WITH UNION. WATERING CANS. HOSE MENDERS. SPOUTS, CLIPS AND CONNECTIONS AND THE POPULAR "SOLO" SPRAYER, THE ONE-MAN SPRAVER WHICH OPERATES ON BOTH THE UP AND DOWN STROKES GIVING A CONTINUOUS SPRAV. — ALSO — RANSOME LAWN MOWERS and the Increasingly Popular POPE LAWN MOWERS W1TH RUBBER TYRED WHEELS HARRISON'S HARDWARE DEPARTMENT DIAL 2364 or 3142 >faY.* MMMMMMM >* %&f • tO g > %  • % %  *•>• %  MM >•*><•! %  anolt on a twelve-year-old girl. r -in < %  ;is postponed. Fordo who was arraigned on n two-count Indictment was acquitted on Ihe fln* count of carnal knowledge. He w.is represented by l' <; Smith Mr. W. W. Itcecc. Q.C. Solicitor General, piwecuted on behalf of tlie Crown. BILE BEANS kvep her ATTRACTIVE YOUTHFUL -full of rigour Whyhctired, I Cj ,/\ constipated / / // or liverish)? I TI or iuh*.T indigestion ? Bile Beam will mric >.JU vitally fit, full of energy, bright-eyed and happy Be S'JRE TO GETTHESC MEOICALL 1 T.SiFn AHO*PPPQVei)BllEB t aJK First Admiral, I-nnd Mark, Lunwa>, Colleton, Frenoh Flutter. ..•olio, Rowlte, Mat'.fl ,.-, iUttia TarlaT 1 ftllC' bivlteo them to believe that the Embers, llarroween, CasUo-I i-Tha jachai, Thormhov s A' evidence of Hinds and Odle had Air. Durham Jane, Coh. nbua, laanar, been false and that Hinda' was Canta Qulslna and Hrljht L :ht. ii"iK' ncceiisarily biased, ihe belna The Tribetmun la now twin? questioned loaded with a cargo of suga.. they had quarters at the time, inCANADIAN (Klisi;n c lUaaM ,lcad of ge"lnii Minds and Odle Thc Oan-dlaaj O W Pa l who lived in We*lbury Bead. **"* whose agents are Oi It vas ail ii ri -,i Austin 4t Co.. Ltd.. called him. he 'aid. port on Wednesday aftemoo After hearing; a icvitw of the; Bermuda and left later Un from His Lordshlo, the day. %  Jury .-ctired 20 minutes and then Tho Cruiser brought 1S6 boxes TrS-. sict.iw' %  ''"><'< '• verdict o( guilty of of cheese, 830 boxes of flour, m and a w. malicious diimage but not of in4.800 bags of pollard ar 1 130 Meting bodily harm. cans of paint. LI-H 3,933 %  dlnei i th.s %  from HIM KNIGHTS PHOENIX & CITY PHARMACY SODA FOUNTAINS maeusrtaiwF k hfW TYKE DESERVES A HEN OUNIOr TUBE DUNIOP CYCLE umisf from S(o<*(iti t*'S 31 Picco DINNER WiTC $30.10 35 „ DINNER SET $26.08 60 „ BREAKFAST SET $30.00 16 „ TEA SET $15.37 16 ., TEA SET $10.95 9 COFFEE SET $4.76 15 ., COFFEE SET %\§.t.l THERMOS FLASK IN OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT 1 pi. at 2 pi. at 3 pt. at $1.64 $2 65 $6 63 THERMOS 1 pt. Jl'C.S it $3.28 Iiivnrnt on all complrlr M-IS purchased •.:: %  .::: %  .: %  %  .: %  %  .: %  %  %  %  % % %  %  %  .:; %  -.-.-.-. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. if n OAO si .'*'v,',',','.'.'.'.',',V# .^.'.-.-,'.'-'.



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PACK MX BARBADOS .ADVOCATE FRUMV. Jl'l V II. I* CLASSIFIED ADS PIM,ir SA,MS T ,n,L|r NOTICE* < FH MI TELEPHONE :sca REAL ESTATE NOTICE \ an.jjir. S,IIV;H1 IIor>.Kahi.>liiB.G. SHIPPING NOTICES DIUJ UIIOK Carol %  I'OII 5AU AUTOMOTIVE lUnov. I1L.U1 KMIWI : %  l. ll )H p.m. to-d> *l thr v Whrr* I.—id. eraI Btltad U -tlaad. %  Wly "ml Fatar KnowtH %  ng i i | a.. • i juu. H : %  *1 Mg %  i. .... r -* %  ; AT I *.< lor Afxrn-l.il II.IIM Irani 1,1 orioi. • / s ll .-'-* %  -II *l > %  %  ml i, I lmparlal Calirce %  Aunt* t %  : OlM altcirmo) f.-r II %  W01 %  %  fj A I • %  • 1? i : t.flci fcIiwM! MM %  'i MM .__!• %  M| Win."'"* fU I IH W MI 4 i-nd p.sail, mga CA*W\E n IVaay Ue* U'.n %  T. '.• %  • sr-ii (;OVER.N:I![M NOTHL ; 7 l>ert.. Area* HSM j"T' ll. . Knuh. IM. B> .. % %  I %  V: 1.110 ST"*" tor. A(.si It --t.Ll.ll Si Visit of "H.M.S. linnkrMi • H.H4.S. Burghead Bay" be visiting I' i nth in 14th July, and will be open to organised pailies of limited numbers from Youth Organisations such as Scouts. Guide* e'c. frOM 2 p.m. to 5 p.m on Satunl.iv Hi • i2thJul>'Heads of Youth t;n .... isations who wish to arrange for pnrtrea to visit the hip. are asked to get in touch with the Harbour and Shipptr.' Master who v.'ill arrange transport. 9.7 52— 2:i %  ft.id u it.P. is Cwt %  Clairndo .i or pilot* am W.1.M IB LOST A roi XII LOST ... %  pi h w.i HWUM Tvhau %  •aajaaal t., i ltai-k ne.1 Craaa Pa*' R. r r issu !. -HIHJ I ru% irdurBi ID r\i-t. %  Wii-m e> Co 31. Swan SI re* I ll-i li!r %  %  I r-rdee* van ,M-m: M %  AMI M %  va BMUimt <:• iw>tb* • T.st—du. rXECTHK AL ornrr.p ..KLI<.TON I-\*M In* any debt a m • aBacii** u.t eatauol t.fcuiti.K %  eh WM met %  rlanni tfulf all .'iiMl JOSCTM (I'IMBHK TUDOS %  :.U d.v ;t Julv iM, alMr hlcti dak I aha" prafpd la <1..lrll ul* f tl.r r-lar alK"^* .r paiUM %  %  .; • %  -.* r whlrh I .'.all tham -• h-t riMatr and MHM I -fiait not M %  had nMlcr at M" UBW Of BatnruWa /mi -u a*r*ona Uasabtad U th* aaldi Waal Indu r*at • an .^^-Wfl l^> acttb ni"iilt C* UmtWd lat 1 IS p r ai.arf-. w*i>ila with-it Uy. All itam cum d... I ftdalllW' n X NICTIOUB A eft I HOUSES .. . — — mrttpOadMU SMrtaln-a * I :-. T a raa i B-, GBOHtisTl OWN. July 9. | %-p^vo^sUVT the discovery of, i -u^. M M-_ %  r .. ; ho !" dy^ twm a (tlaeasc caUod I %  batt. The disease ortjl. ^li.v bchcvi>! to be cncephalo: lyelitis wsa diaKnosed as equine ; hies by the Bureau Husbandry in Wash%  whom the bt i.iwd horse was sent for investiga%  ion. Brar.ll reports that white ison|re*i create** %  owla .>" %  unknow.i The disease first afTecteil 11 .AT tlvt nialUd. locate Aut %  fa roerraa I I in %  al-noral Cap Trent two c lame BtaaUa> %  lI*XM-Two fur:i lajfttT, Wtlh m %  ..— % %  :<• lw.'0"iii. M i-ll-:. :achl Club, or CH*. Dial SsH. . !" a brlfk wall lo b. dri-lMltM aad rnDawaS Irani awr i -*. Stlidt Sjaara W.I 1 • b> TWalOi July D.1COST* CO, 1.TT1 1 1 alA£a—IUD Shim. MutCo. '.leaMad Ut MI r' I -im !ndlo hiti r*l\nr.v c rjak — uM BrtUU Wi.^SJlT.Sfl l^aa I •(•> dlacotml. C>v* Ibaalwitl Si Co llt:i %  • i.ta— % %  -.•a vrd IMW Ui.pav .. .i ,,irf %  M.ffai Co. L 1 !,.... %  < JUST AKMJVKD llra-MudaiK I id a.p*ed ihaninn T0 FlckUp Raada lu .lUarUva walaul A limited ^tiarrrfTT ofilT C. 8. StAFni At CO LTD Itmy atra-t. SJ-^INGVAUB n.A-fTATinN. Sat-t %  dli.w About aW irttb arrda and Mtat M acrea in p.i*i-irr naada dan %  oasri • MOuar. Otwaafti llawr. .. • ... 1 %  '"• I Tb* abntn 4'lanlaSapa -4 %  %  <>n< for ml* al their OfBca No It Kltli Str-*l. m. FMd.. tm> isth July IBM at 1 ajn 1 -ma*tit.'wi. Ww Dw'iluidhnuaa known as "WBUlc" >iandiru| on BBS aquarr f.et of land at G."rr nrast. FHU-titU furlhrr parUctiUrt and 'tcIrT{j 'cATTOr\n At CO, v** %  : Onrn AtiN.ftao Mna < WA.M"ttt irn.r C*>kneat tla-a rack (• %  mai; for atai HT at*, appk* by l**U* .tatlns "xswrntii'* A II 1 lil ( a A'lvncalf fc 1 -3 la ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. ill 1 .1. I BO* llaurt SrVOa rw> JillE laaj TM'A I.I J %  .! %  ll %  BOSKOil*' I I Au|ul 1SU RAIL1M. IO II BftrB M %  ANllhTAD 1Mb Jut}-, bt* til (NO TO TTIAO Hlmn A llltlllsH 1.1 IINA _l S STTNTlJii ISUi Jul*. > %  %  •. •* COTTSCA lath Jaly. ISM tl B. NSMTOft *u> AucuaL Itn ilUMi TO TBOtlVABI a cvmaCAi -;*Ii4A *ii July. Ita iCI'BV AO OXLTl M s HKTIA i JWIT. tasa I. r MOMN, SON a to l.ia I The MV MUNtKA ... 1 la ar.d Pinraaan far C -.uUSf*. bWm%  \ K*i. Sa.h d Won\ \ y ltn I fba M V % %  ::i'nrr . %  > .. P aa M i i abajl W> ~ J ll B.O. cattV %  .. bn %  but has now spread Canadian National Steamships 10 DIE IN BUS. TRUCK CRASH mil NC.iir vi, ANADIA.M CltUtSUl 1 .NADIAN COSTSTmUCTOH I.1DV RODNKY ;T^VK'S %  fsMl SBM '•" %  ri.aMnd (M r ;tn ^n. Applr Wlll NOTICE rtaSalat 4 MiiKi trOMBlaV N'a. .1 J£ la 1 j.naetirut 1 '/onall. Uhi d.wi . 1 1.-1 inati su of WUbiim Albari bnu :.... pariah n* SJlnl Mlchthia laland who dlad tt Lower CaUr>nora ok afawald on Dw 1Mb v of Oatobar. lSfti, ar* roouo-tad to • auto _.'-aiad to th utidentUpwd — atVA WAIXTTTT WORBaTLL QuaHSWd aWaOB%  will of tha aaid BTUU m Aln.r% Worratl. dacfa.ed. /'• asaaarsTlajpai A CHRlth. Bobcl'"111 dh flliwH. tBrhifatown an or ba*(we aalWiiUol nasMal, IHl alt(r wbMb data I aha.l sfocaad lo duUiiiuta Hi 1 (tan v 1 t*o nnviii1. 1 .nail Ucn .. 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Coalition Likely To Nominate Eisenhower Decisive Balloting. Probably Friday,\ V an F ,,H To TAFT GETS READY FOR SHOWDOWN Gives Taft Time To Regroup Forces CHICAGO. July 10, | A slop Taft coalition likely to nominate General Eisen-j hower for President of the United States was in control of| the Republican National Convention to-day. Eisenhower' Senator Robert A Taft and "favourite sons" whose stats' have faded, will be matched in nomination this afternoon or to-night But decisive balloting on the Presidential nomination probably will be postponed until to-rmrrow. That would (jive Taft followers lime to re-group their forces and devise strategy for recovery from the walloping they suffered in the "battle of ihe stolen delegates." The comparative standing of the candidates on the fourth Convention day was Taft 497 votes. Eisenhower 532. favourite sons and others 111. uiknown 66. Necessary votes to nominate are 604. This unofficial tabulation was based on pledges and known first Presidential ballot preferences. Yesterday's standings of leaders were Taft 550, Eisenhower 454. Those figures tell the story of n of those of Eisenhower. They swing toward Eisvnhowei. They wenon the losing dde. measure Ihe punishing effect of ( the rapid fire series of decisions? laughter which deprived Taft of *•> votes Printing of the list of Puerto from the southern states. Itican delegates and the difficulties Tuft's losses began yesterday of temporary Convention Ohalrwhen the Convention's Croden-jrnnn Waller llallan in prunouncHiiU Committee threw 13 contest-'Ing the Spanish Name* sent the ed Louisiana delegates to Elsen-. convention into gales of laughter hower. But the big break came*and enabled Murccdlno Romany last night when the Convention' not certified as a delegate by the Itself added 32 Texo* and Georgia Credential Committee to cast a delegates to Elsenhower's total, (lone Puerto Rican vote for ElsenThe Credentials Conduce had' hower It all started when Hector ruled for Taft in the Texas and Con/. Blanes. Chairman of the reiogni/ed delegation certified by On Page 1 E. German Reds Block Canals 10. BERLIN East German.*'* waterways adminialration has banned all West 1'erlin barges from East Berlin canaland the rlvei S Western (fflcials said to-day. Barges OWftaa b*. Government and use* for intar-citji transport have been *topp>v mi at Eat Berlin !ocks recently ihey said. The New East German measure was 'nit UlU> effect vesterda* One barge carrying Canadian wheat from n United States sector harbour to a French sector -tore was confiscated two days ago but wag released several hours later. We regard this at another pinpiick measure directed against West Beilin" a transport official said. The West Berlin police established 13 bsea on the border •' We=t Berlin and East Germ W, l The West Berlin city administration imnlem "uted the plan; halt the kidnapping of Anti-Communist, aj Ea>1 Germans barred West Berlin barges from Bag 4 Barltn waters The waterways between '.V.. i Berlin and Weal Germany running through the Soviet BOM PUD were open. Police sent three-man atmxf squads to noinls along the 70-mile Zonal border with orders to use arms to prevent a icpetlllon of Tuetnay'a daylight kidnapping bv Communist agents, of %  leading West Berlin anti-Communist. Police still had not carried out UM VJ: Government's order t-j erect barricades on streets connecting West Berlin and East Germany.—L'.P. On Fighting SEOCI. JuJj 10, I ieneral JaflBOg \ \ t .* ordered to-da %  l Is routine duties and %  Ki>'ing 'i., in J %  nujor streamlining of i-.. x il Mai w nark aonounts tl %  "M to take over multitude i>l I &f Sanertd Clark antv ined fi >m h* Tok>> %  swasuu/iUioii -will p. n efal Van Flee) to gtvp full rime %  %  IfMl again* Conununlal aggression in K' | I Command which will: .Include all Koraan tan Itpi la nreven; Communist raids Jnlo the Qf n oombal l Iind defend supfsV Ova* '" tranaportaUon lexviee and other aieiu-Us supporting hghtlim units Georgia contests. But Its finding was rejected by 607 to S31 m the Georgia roll call and by a voice vole on Uie Texas showdown.. Surrendered The General roll call revealed the dominant strength of the stop Taft coalition. The Senator's managers surrendered on Texas. The Convention must adopt permanent rules and a party platform. ,,, to*. d ove„ hoi? a^plo, -\2ZZZ, £,Z"u* A£W three more speeches before nating speeches begin. There was a rattle of dispute on one platform plank—Civil Rights. Some Southerners think it went too far, several negro delegates thought not far enough. But few have their minds on speeches or plalforam Ttaalr whoat attaotloB was focuaaed on the desperate eleventh hour infighting which will determine whether Taft can snap back: Into the delegate lead which he. held for so many months before the Convention. Taft is a ftsjhtcr and a dangerous man to count out too soon, but he has been giving ground for nearly a fortnight. The Puerto Rlcan three man VI to Hie Republican Na'ional Convention last Earthquake Jars Los Angeles Area LOS ANGELES. July 10. A slight earthquake jarred the Log Angeles area shortly before 2 ;.m. today but tlici,afSHSg no reports of damage. The quake downtown Los Angeles only ight shaking but In nearby l.'.nL. Beach, police said It was preceded by an explosion-like sound that frightened many reslThey said that in one nearby community, several persons who heard windows of their homes Mttll caU f d headquarters to port prowlers in the area.—UJP. P.N.P. MEMBER SUSPENDED KINGSTON. Julv 10 Bee: use Allan Coombs. P.N.P. member of the House of Representative* would not withdraw the remark that another member was the most stupid member in the House when he was called on bv the Speaker to do so. he has been night suspended from sitting for u voted two to one in the midst of month the greatest confusion to seat Taft This is a holiday for Coombi from Georgia instead) who will draw his salary.-C.F. uppot* I CCNFER ON PANMUNJOM TRUCE West Deliver Notes To Russia PARIS. July 10. The text of the Western Powers' reply to the last Soviet note on Germany will be delivered to Russia today. Thil announcement was made yesterday by French Foreign* Minister Robert Schuman after the meelinn of Cabinet Ministers when he said a enpy of the note had been sent to West Germany Chancellor Konrad Adenauer accompanied by an explanation why some recommendations have been om itted and others adopted. The note will be handed to Soviet Russia today by Ambassadors of the United States. Britain and France in Moscow. Schuman told Ihe meeting of Ministers that only "some admrial .diustmonta" had been made to The Western note since it wag drawn up In London on June 27. i The identic-it notes will tell Russia thai the West Is prepared to meet the Soviet to discuss the setting up of in nnj arti.il nmiiin sicn 'or investigating election prospects in East and West Germany. I Informed sources said the not." will be made public tomorrow morn in — V.P. Quads' Father Suffers Shock PORTLAND. Maine. July 10. SUaa Plnkham t:. ...r •J* csrpealer who*? wVe cave birth io quadruplet* Maataar la In hospital aufferlng rrom nervous rxhauslion. "He has not been able to %  leep since the quads were born" said Dr. Stanley Howe. "The shock of having faar babies all at mi -r and carrying on his dally work was too great for him. The doctor said he would keep Plnkham In bed for several days "so he ean rest." Plnkham collapsed last night while vlsitlne his wire at hospital.—I'.P SAIGON. ItKfc-ehliih.Julv I". franco Vietnam iroopa fighting an Important m-nsf*e in Annsm reported So Communist rebel* %  •tier The r'i : High Command ai %  %  t |Qu*dnile" launched on Mondaj Bght with torcai numb* •rai battalions to ittai iron;; points i Iluy lagoon, 21 miles of the Artil>niaaB oabltal "t Hui Tli.v ...i.l all the kllbsd ant 4 Victmlnl troops. Tliev • fVildiei liikc-i H bBOn I "" rminiM form during < i w 11 also fre* The An-i.ni! Imiu Iffl b i M gi \< ii Irc/iit with en I' paraUva handful ol fri pa hi i p P.risonere* Clash: 24 Injured PUSAN. Korea. July 10. It has been learned that 24 war prisoners were Injured, one seriously, in a fight between two Sisoner groups in a compound at unsau Camp. The compound held North Koreans who had declared themselves nnU-CommunItts. The clash started shortly after midnight yesterday, when some 40 prisoners, armed with clubs made I rum tent poles and stakes, began tearing tenls aoarl and attacking (other prisoners. U.S. guards armed with tear gas and bayonets broke up the fight shortly after, without using their weapons. In all. 130 prisoner* became involved In the melee. During the fighting 16 prisoners crawled under the barbed wire j surrounding the enclosure and | sought refuge with prison guards. • U.S. doctors treated the Injured J at the compound, fourteen were I j In hospital at Tailon. There were p no U.S. personnel hurt. -V.P. 6 Miners Die In Explosion GLACE BAY Nov.Scotia. Julv HI Dun choked rescue workers today crawled to the surface with the bodies of six miners killed in fin undersea coal mine explosion three miles on* the Atlantic Coast. Grim reie-ueteams sweating from the blistering heal. ,il*i hmui lit a critically iniured Seventh miner Irom the crumpled %  ha't. An ambulrnre whisked to hospital Ihe surviving nvner whoSi brother had been killed in the explosion. Doctors said he had %  uffered third degree burns. The extension which roefcad tha .My of :if000 oeople shortly liefore -nidnight. idled the mine w th ctebria and as and made rescue %  irations almi'st unbearable Authorities did not know the cause of Ihe blrst.—U.P. 50 Communist Rebels killed SMILING CONFIDINTIY. Sell. Robert A. Taft grasps Ihe hand of a wallwulirr shortly after his plane alighted in Chicago At right, in a wheelchair. i his wife. Although still suffering the aftartnath of a stroke, she Insists upon being at her husband's side. iInternational) \ mil lit r Fire At Warner KroUin ^ Flint gfudfo Julv in lit 'ii lues .n i|l .in Inng fni %  ,.. r %  n tl of the Warnei Brothi i Studio wnara mora than $i.r>iiIIOO worth of Mtg gn<] %  quipment a/an k litvad by tiame* thai Anally l>urnasl out in the hills. The Bit anoraa Lnaa tha blaga th ii raila i i '>f tttttsD | i' I %  M.I' it;, waa brougni uadM con trol late last night aftei ed about 75 acrethe hill!• hlod U I ittttUo. Total da range %  (jetwei'ii 14.500.000 Ofneers <-f the squad Investigated the po--ii In two dilfeiei.l Us the studio back lot— t'.r. Truce Talks Enter Second Year PANMUNJOM..?wK 1" Korean arttuslu-e iii-.'otialmns entered then ser-nrt v.n today with a 40-miiiutr M.iri session '(escribed bv ;> United Nations BpokMinan u"jual anotbar du?" TI.. i tramonyoi my kind of obacrvance at Pan i. ..il: tha OCCBJion. Truce talkers walked into ; -i, ., rtCa tant, talked for 40 minutes and walked tiators meat i ain .11 tl am Unsof iaa %  I %  New Wireleaa Equipnicnl For Police .%  %  |g o, (lll] %  hai arrivi-'i i pee-teel tha,j by the end II be put Into full Uon is batoa %  cctiic. Engineers• nd M. Uva or to tha arrival at about two week-. strategic %  %  •eta will t-e inked uti wuh is* i i i |of tiie lartp-4-t^ will lie inatalle.1 lying raaa. %  agh the countrv aaa System lauk.-t with this equipineni will i tarn. The laanaci pffovidaa % % %  | l'l!\ I sltuiited an up-totnri unit There will \i[y at with it.s 9 Switch sinity ( will ba hi' l will ho recorded all messoi;' I %  in tha eantra % %  ( tha — map of tna i .I and not many feel %  %  %  %  map of tha arttre Ii >f aructo oaacaton win plot Wie* exact atUU and %  0 on. The W exchange and the OH Potlca exchange which will l* uaa ara la alaaa proxin.ii\ .nut loariiv there Is a Dial uon! ha anlvad and > % %  bajng Inatallad, new and in. ne PAOblb will In la-Hight Inl I ba linked up %  Radioman Gets 5 Yeats For Spying 1.0NDON. July 10 i The young Brli radio operatoi William Hartbi j Marahall, has been eonvsQtad <>: j passing secret Informal Uplornml and aentenead llmtHv Approve Pay Raise tor Queen LONDON, ful| i" I ighi appi l. > IHM) a venr to run tha Royal Royal Initial of Hie outraged demands by l ton M I Parlianv n\ fen p i u' noun AfUn tha l onaarvath %  %  %  'inn iha bwlgat, srHhoul ndj M,0O0,0OQ 'Ota kB l\ve yv is imprisonment. A 12-maii jiir> found M II guilty on four charm of batray. ing Ins luunll^. but i %  r.1 the armistice ssrtks wch hnd natry ^ n flrtn pounl AT A U. N. FORWARD CAM* In Korea, Rear Admiral R. E. I-.bby (left) confers with Rear Admiral J. Daniel on the present status of tha Pan%  nunjom tmea talks. The latter, a destroyer flotilla commander, wU" raploce Libby as Navy delegate on the truce team. Citernaftonr*^ Battle Opens Over W. German Treaty BONN. Germany. July 10. era have maltreated Germany Chancellor -Konrad Adenauer These are the lines drawn in believes tbul West Germany can the battle to ratify the West remain free enly if it wholehcartGerman Peace Treaty and the Ina the Western military European Army Pact which Alliame The Socialist oppusiopened In the Lower House of tion contends that Russia has not '"* Bonn i vet shown its intentions towards Ir 'he two teams remain lined Germany. U P % %  ,hf,v were nt the start The Wet German Government Alenaucr sl.ouM have little l rou saya that the only chance of ever ble ,n wnning Lowar House apwinning a peaceful ..greement £"3L* hpn 'H 1 ^ r ^'" ' wi,h the RuSumTon Ga fffg^"* ,n "•* m anything but Kremlin term.. Bul hc has % n en u is for the West to rearm, but hurdles. The OppoMtmn control: Socialists insist that if Germany t^ Senate which has tht power i Western rearmament, fl f veto over both Russia will go to war. R 1* now reported that UH Adenauer claims Germany stltutional Court may decide that ha< received fair treatment fro'n rearmament Is unconstitutional. tiuWest particularly from tho If this happens Adenauer would United States, while Socialists have no alternative but to resten conuwids that the Western pov — t*J. Twenty Injured In Collision HAVANA, Cuba. July 10 More than 20 persons were injured, about half of them v;ncutly, when a loaded bus and u rmall train collided near Rum ho Boytros International airport .\ist night All the injured were l>u> I>assengers First report* '.aul Ihe Irtii driver attempled to b. at Ihe ir.in to crosslng._U.P. Concern For Eva Peron Dee/M*ns BUENOS AIRES July 10. An official medical bulletin bv ucd last .light disclosing that Ev.. Peron's health was "momentar.ly satisfactory" was suppresses< jtcday In all Buenos Aires papers with the sole exception of the English language "Buenos Aire Herald." They Instead printed editorial %  rtJclei itatlng th-t though i-VB was not physically present at yesterday's Independence faatmlUl in compliance with doctors' advice, that she should have abaoluUrest, & he was still there in spin: in the hearts of the people. Concern for Eva Heron's health was expressed toddy in quarterclose to Government House. The i nexpl.-tned fact that Peron did not go to his office this morning strengthened the view that her %  onditiun „i: LV nave worsenotf. IP The Navy Takes A Hand SEOUL, July 10, EMGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS said the First Marine Division *-* ii in action on the Western anchor of the Korean front including the truce site at Panmun)om It was formerly on the aait* •iround "the punchbowl" area. Marine* staged a heavy attack three days ago against deeply dugm Chinese two or three miles southeast of Panmun|om. Marines said Chinese had burrowed bunkers out of sheer rock off Korea's wet %  ..v-.r British naval units learned up for one of the moat active days m these waters in months Surface ships Including the Hritisi Belfast and the Australian Warnmuaga, pounded ant.-aircraft gui.s to the shore to keep them from firing. At the same time the BrTtl h aircraft earner Ocean, launched Sea Furies and Firefly rocket and .pud buildings, villages and military installations. Most of the attack was aimed at the peninsula wast of the North Korean capital or Pyongyang. Soans were knocked out of U and two highway bridges, three coastal gum were hit and a tra* . The Unit, day closed at a dwoun' of 2 13 If par cani In tat of I anadi funds up 13/16 close. Thai it look 97 3 16 een*a Canadian to buy fl Aniaftean. Ihe pounn 1,71, IJI%  •. from Tuesday. hi Now, KorK, Canadian dollar was down by ; i II i • premium of 1 15/ 14V p--i c %  %  term* of United Btataa funds m slaaing foreign ax* WediH-idav. The pour.. was down l of a cent at $2.70. vm\i i. m u. i;fini\\ OtBASAADOB To s/M/\ MUNICH, .Tnl, 10 Prince Adalbert of B mambeT of the rorrnei L ;i %  Hou-f of Wlttatanach, has accapt"in. post of Wi %  %  rman AmI asaador to Spain N( ws Ai;<-' Then has been no official ronl far thai the Prine,. the post— f.P. no will drafi %  .i I COVI Ing UM new i. %  I!. ;. Of COO .lily. In a live If dabat* : lacked %  %  tlm I r .1 I' .1.1 < %  Left W ... %  %  %  %  -,thai Butki luraad Into an H A Butti: Chi UM pi ii i %  Arguing for the budget increase : ; %  r Metal iCP) begun amid higli I n July 10, rn.iuoinvilllg III the Colifi'lelire lable was not "in Ihe Unlh i HI % %  %  ill he ,.!JI %  in military rnanu jii of Koraai talk) e|..(a-l,. %  rtani I %  i r II umworking IT mi" II. i i n Ind hi i ML tnig fi aaaenUal for mllltarj I the* iting with lain < KJ raan iruca talk II iddad l oniinunlsts had I g "countat pun iii thai than < i I He, di %  and unprincipled"'.—V.P. %  :. nfanei on II bal 1 I aan "led astray". Bai i 11 Mtounead Iha I antanei tba i out %  ( '" .'• %  taii of the fi I The i paratoi who larvad la iha hi acquired a : kiruj for ti* %  ..( lif• Bva-mmi Ing mi befora nnnounr—I'.P. Ilriininnim -imid** III. -Iran :<-%l %  •tir\ rvrr %  I lit IB bi a iii i Ihe "Sunda> Advitciir" hrims in reaaan the < I...,. tor>. (Ill WRONG HABV ItIK SIX VK.AKs |i„„ k rMU opy NOW A A • II I'HOT I CT iOlS Itarbtidiun Dies In Canada TORONTO, July 1 • %  %  %  %  netday Bon In ma to I Ida in ivtB I i %  i unt i f tha fan Playai Ha S**creiary Of ibool g ilo/en afflli-. ..'' l %  . .. %  Iha Cot -' %  .i (.In, C.l". Europe's Loss Is Korea 9 8 Gain WASHINGTON, July 10. Iln/ fundi Ifl fcW0pa, The an United States Airfur.. Bagn t n rdlly lurne.l Big •.II, ';irpatri. told newtinen totin day that the slow down in jel tinUghtai fighter r enabled tht UB of %  Me said larga ralnforei but will F 86 Sabrag and F H* Tnundai i. diati I Jets are t ting ... 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V I'Ac; mo IIAKHAIMIS AUVOCATK 1 RIDA1 Jin ii Caldb (falting M %  lands, juustd i' i't ntdad SO mute la Din t,., of the Sugar Pi" I A sot I ka> Guiana. N.cdico Returns D l %  , ... [ | A %  %  uda. n u i" CM 'I '' Iha UbM i Canadian Pilot M R. AND MRS. A. SMITH Montreal. ntUI Itrday morning by T.C guatti si i' 1 %  Club. They were nccompanieri their little ton. Richard. Knarf, Hanid Heard a Noise A. K xTABOK U.K. Trude Commission r 1 NTRAN8D (ram 11 I'.l" A. yesterday morning wu Mr. Aut,n> it Marek, O.B.I i'K Tradl <'cxr,nuioner lor the Mr Smith Is %  pool 01 T. : ,. ; vh W est indies He haa BBM Montreal. „p |o Btn .,v,i and -in ba iauum i To Reside In U.S.A. M lts KUXABTTH HOW CHURCH < %  < Qomsti I I Dominica, left yaittH T.C.A. for Bermuda on her WeY to the US.A. to reMde with hwi children in Connecticut. Bha • d here for the part two weeks at t guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr> shrank CoUymOM of Chelsea Rond Spent Two Weeks A FTER upending two holiday in li.irbaaoa as •• guest at the Cosmopolite Otassl House. Mr Byron M. DOVOBUI] i Brooklyn. New Vork. return.n home yesterday RKM B.W.I.A via Aniigiu. unrl Puerto Rico A Barbadian. Mi %  N I been residing in %  '•:: Ufa Ian visit to wot In 1984. He it a wholesale clerk working with the Bini •( Jaxton Clothing Co. of New Y< iK and i.s also Executive Secrctnrv .r the United Action Drmu-Mi Society. Medical Student R ETURNING Hum Jamaica yesterday morning by B.W.I.A. vta Trinidad wu M'. Bert Reece. a first yenr medical student at the University OoUegO He Is a on of Mr. C. Nigel Rl i of Society, St. John, and ha? come over to spend his summer hollda) with hi* relative* On Business M R. A. I) I'AGC, Service Raprataalattw <<>i ibe Austin Motor Company of I operating Irom thenCaribbean Kingston. Jamaica, left yesterday morning by U W I A for Antigua and fore he returns ters Ho spent about three days in Barbados on business and was A guest at the Ocean V Mr E. Roger*. Factory Repctentative of the same Company who came out with Mr. Page, is remaining here until Tur-*ri:iy when he return* to J.Marketing Officer P AYING nil 'ii v i-ii |o BarMr. Willi.nn B %  Mi :anan A w Joknaon, Hav. A. i Jatui %  at Bl 11 Canon A C, .lohnaon of Gouyave. 1 %  %  i l and will b holiday with %  i-i ompanh Dorothy Jol %  B.W.I A. via'Trinidad %  Dandfaw f %  is. He wai tei Ml American Consul M W It i> It \'ISKV. Aiim can I Md here. %  %  day morning by It W.I. A. ana* a very short business vi r Back From St. Vincent M ;.:Y BARROW of B nk Hal) Road %  %  was Mi was hoIlda>Ps there foi I Kecior Returns n :., it v AJIMBTROM BM icaxoiis of %  bi 11 A a % %  MrArinMrnng. B.C. Civil Servant M it r s DOUOLAB, Bopervi-.r of the Co-operative %  ...it n.iit of AsrLul ure in British (lulana, arrived here yesterday nrrning by H.W.I.A via Trinild tor two week*' holiday. He •^panted by Mr". Doug* : iand they are guests at "Leatonn-Sea", The Streim. To Study Nursing A RRIVING from S! V, | I yesterday morning b> BG. Airways was Miss Margaret ASIxrtt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Abbott of Kingstown. BtM will be nere until Sunday as %  nuest of Rev. and Mrs. W. HarveyRa*i of Garden Gap,. Worlluni,. when ahe leaves by the falomele for England to study i the Royal Surrey County Hospital. Enjoyed Holiday A FTER what he de-u %  B van enjoyable holiday, Mr. Max Erdwurm of New York left yesterday morning by B.W1.A tor Ihierto Rico in trans it for S" Thomas where he will spend | Bora returning to New York. He was %  OSOUBanal i by hia wife. They had spaOl one montli lure as gu.sts si M Flat*. St. Lawrence Gap. Mr aVdwurrrl working for •'. DepartIhf N'w Yark Time. He ,d thai ha • u can itnla i % %  ooktna forward lo As beat m Naw Vork, bui hoi>et( lo be ba,-' here won again m I ta llday Intransil M R. JAMES FORBES. Manager of the Cocoa PtaBl Association in Trinidad, was intnnsit yesterday morning by T.C A. on his way to TOronto for inadical treatment. — And They I )' VX* IRRIX neard Hit noi Iral 1 told hi mater Hani.l %  ; %  lik dsntnfl It roaMS from the c i.';• ..f ,ht garden wall R^. *hrr I I Ciiuliln'i I %  So I don't %  o Investigate It — BEAUTY thai %  %  look a% Knarl aoal with her JS the I i""k A few •nmuUa later they "•*' %  Ha tanking dotea si the gr..ur.' c.tii the )•# f 'he wall. Tbc SCURL | ng eaaM up *iuite clearly Bal n..ilnng t-ull he ieen. Th. ,rrr. (h bu.hea arm lr.e *tns n, remainl ttill. Only the mis ssaeari M mil* |uat bende (lie falltr trunk of the old apple tree. But thai, as Knarf said, "wight Jait tx the wind." Ike Other StsW Then Hand climbed down off |fca wall nd drnppeil on th* other side, with Knarf following right *ft*r her They both walked or r to the trunk of the old apple tree and carefully watched th* grass. "There lan't a bit of wind and It is moving!' exclaimed Hanid. -Yea. It is!" "Someone's digging under it. Knarf." "Who can it be?" Hanid put her ear or. the grofr.d. at just the spot where the srraai was moving. "I hear th noiae' It'* | right -;nder h*r*!" At that Knarf and Hanid both itarted digging with their hand*. A few momenta later the whola top of the ground fell in, graaa and all: fell inlo a hole The next instant Blinky Mole* head cam* up. He looked around, robbing his ey*s In the bright llrrlit. trying to see who had broken lots his house, and what for? "Who's her*?" aaid Blinky. "VY ho Just made a hole In niv r<> "Oh! Blinky!" aaid It. didn't know it win you dH Uici'f-. digging!" "W heard the noise." said Kaai' %  but we couldn't aet anybody." By this tine Blinkj 9 eyes flaai!) got used to the bright light a lltti-. and he was able to see Knarf a d Hanid. He smiled. "Oh. it sail i. • Not too much damage. 1 can bu imwth*r room juat as'giHid. I iao have put up a sign." he %  *, why he was i..,tiding mor* rooms to his iiouse. "Yi iv* g w t fifteen 01 twenty t>om already." said Hanid "And you live In li.em all aloa* Why de you need more?" "Expecting gue>>ta." said Blinky, m'tting down and lighting his pipe He struck his match on the bottom i i. | i fcsval "Guests. Blinky?" A Few Waeka "Winter gueats," aaid Blinky "They 114* here in a few weeka." "My goodness," said Hanid "You'r* the busiest person I know You work day and night all through the Spring, and Summer and Fall And then, when the xir.ter cornea and you hav* a chance to rest, you invite a house-full of guests." Blinky nodded. "But they're no tiouble. no trouble at all. They'll erne, they'll aay hello. Ill show them lo their bedrooms, and they'll go to sleep. They won'l wake up until the Spring, Then they'll say K'>od;l>y* and thank-you, and gu nway again. No troublt, at all. You see." he said, "it's Prog, and Uilly Toad, and Klackir the Hectic, and Cricket, and mayo* a grasaIwpper or two, and a few spiders," Willy chuckled. "Very sleepy winti r guct*. Not %  bit of trouble. I : itter gat to work again." And he knocked the aihn out of his pipe, -nuled. and went down Inte I hi* hole. 11 IK DESIGN *.l a shoe can change rujid fo->t much narrower, in the rtcht shapssd shoe. These are good basic rules to lullow when choosing ghoes from the point of view ot their beauty, but don t target that this comes second to uood lit. For Long. Harrow frees, mgkj ibe ankle High built laVSSa, m heels, open toe:. -ling back: especially anKlc straps asymmetric straps, trimming.* e* are the ni<~; slenddouaer ornamenta detract foot ising. length, tn the low heeled shoe ^ tatt wotd< ^ n Ier lootl wedges brogued tongues andi lowmuth TOO bare unless they are cut Oxfords, o, three hole Derby Unmd Slll> „ ltU te cosmetK SIOCKUcings help to fore-shorlen the; m ,,, or your „,„, onr pujparcnt length of a fool For Lena. Braid Feet. Thef same rules apply as for narrow i feet, but to make a broad foot 1 look narrower, wear shoes built up at the sidea. A low cut shoe leipoaes too much instep to be Hattattng. Choose straps or trim|mingst which run aslant, or down. %  -* %  *-1 %  1 wrt Qa IfM <" %  ! Fer Short, rhanap Feet. Design* : ljuilt up In front, pointed tongue*. high how* or 'apron' fronts give leeteffi and •Unu>.-&* io a short. broad fool. Four-hide icr-u^ designs are lengthening Medium to low hee's are better Utaa vm • high ones, which are inclined to ••mphnslse the width of a short foot. Far Broad Frented FoolLnrge or *mall. the need here is to slim the front part of the foot. while keeping i snug fit round Oie heel. This can be done by court cut with a 'sweetheart' fron line, also by an asymme" n tM gue. strap or trimming. Again avoid designs which cul straight across the brand front of (he faal srimr,-.--. i ....km Ankles. Coini ^hoes are the most 'limrn Tb* fiarden—St. Jam i. .i.. a !..%  •> % %  s M H.-..--..W la tNoiHis St*** COtttSAN A M U.\ >IMM XIPMII .••'!' %  -II IOI.DIM MHIIOV H, IKKilJ" "inr*a<.o r,iNiTi %  safe) IJU*B GLOBE OPFMNi; TO-DAY I & 830 P.M. & CQNTINUINO The Roaring Saga of Mexico's Raging #$*: ICH1 ;i!IN8IWS w~ Talking Point Deal i.irpef io speak scornfully tni licrorlan age. There nilf hd MSM for meekness leheii you iry ro bt'tfer ii.-J. M. Barrle. The Lasl Girl BY THE WAY To Leave Aly's Party Lowly UM Slavs Till Thv huu tt By Beachcomber From SVDNKV SMITH PARIS. 'i ,im IM exclusive and i m ,.i •srpanatvs puts "< ttaa Parli sununcr reason, given irv Alv Kh. ii. ended „t 4.45 The first birds were -tiinm; and the sky was brighter than the crystal obandaUan in the restaurant among Ihg tlSMi of th' Bols de Boulogne, on the outskirts uf Paria, when the last two people loft. They were Aly Kiijn talaB self and lovely Use. Bourdln. France's No. 1 cover gtrl This was the biggest party Alv has yet Riven for his annual celebration of the Grand Prix race at Lotigchamp, just a mile away. l'lu'M* were 180 gueaU, and It lasted eight hours. The Aga Khan, defying -I-KIIU outers in aaar, ha dance %  Vg f w"mji; M though she IS the only one he i*ould poaglbl] I hOW can rotl tell"" Well—partnei Lorraine Dubonnet, M "year-old wine haft v. % %  •any D Sou Dul 2'%  -.i till sunrise. 1| still in Paris. -IIS M AU: IllltISS at a tW | complaining that u.on their trousers gels them mi taken for bosnltal porters. That U nothing. Tho g*'i Dutstdi .> oartaln >• < ikon t"i i Pom\ lan Aoiiuiai b) s dip] on Mart mi; Ihg Ibaatra, \ . boms srUb bin f<>i •> drink Tba .-. lira |>ia>en up, until the diplomat's wife said. "Has* your people built a new ship lately"" "No fear!" said the Admiral. "My people run ,i tobacconist'' %  hOp in Houn-low Why should they build ships'"' A dsplonuUc silence greeted this tbunoWboll I'ihnry Si. I if HX P ltOFESSOR O K McTOOTZ1E met Mlmslc Slopcorner f < >J the li'-t lime t...t.i .i %  showed her drawlngi of the kind of helmet lie thought sh'iiln eerir He d'd not disi:m< the fact ihoT he found Her ietensely stupid Bha Mid, "Ian I II rat \ baat I Bvei thing wc i those days**, snapi"'J nafs thr BtaMd for' '.oisle. "In pi-It you with things." i-vplied i!i. savagely. %  NM -ire1 t. '.' %  %  .I. Kvel v :.. •it.' .. M. ('-'. ..' And at thai point Mrs CMbrand averted a scene by talking erf her >|MtHCl | Tin-niv y*an <•/ nyr—r f REAP lh.it He sd little sympat "ignored then ut'e l.eni>.elves henrd." That gives me an exl trying to ajflnM t the condu %  boating Hi"' bars aan b making grhnacas sloouant of anger and frustration If I were %  ild I have I'IIV with Ihc people but i would bo actieat it says, "rises In the lake of Naguilles." It doe* no such thing N;tguilles is ulxive the ancient fi>rge of Orlu. the oldest forge ii. Dai world. Ariege. my own i-e s In the lake of FontNegre, i.ooo feet up. 1 know IU |. lyhood, as it goes leaping along by Hrmpitalet and down to Ax a id les Cabunnes. where it meets Together ihey go chatlei ing along to Taroscon (not %  i. and so to Folx and There used to be gold *.i g parts, snd ai lata M MM %  igMaantn <-cntury paopsg sran %  ai\hing for It In the mountains. I would sooner have the dark wine they drink in Vlcdeasos. CA OSS WORD I p I M The Flying Pharmacist Became Ace Htm He is A ILO.A.C. Chief JAMBS STL'ART KOKTY-ONE years a^> a H-year-old poor Tyneside lad watched one of the earliest airplanes plodding through the sky. Now hi EUA KAZAN %  %, •. Ii I0 MN SiilW'-K V\XiA THEATRE* WM C FLYING LEATHERNECKS \l >M4^rd ptnr'.iaior. ifti . %  •> i. IM : i tun. .. tSi Ctniiv bu: I'd re::.,., the get IS' iiwu % %  Sun %  :i>i IM race. HI 1. Way to sii nii.w. ill I at laa i*r f daxoming. (t) un niAiii I..111. i-.-iiet • %  plgaiki nr ** Hi) i -> it roi:d 6* a euaw ti*. I L*V be S Start o: rats i J. Pardon *h nnn. ICI lUiaO an coinmcrAf. iji S. Tnr ap bsionaa tc ma. | i '. cs. (41 J I iHlr'dliig itl |l. Mara taaf ell' narp. 13) Soiuuoa ol Sal jrd r • %  yiwiU. —0 0 (.8 trd Ii Tr*l . w>rl ,t o Basra., i %  z&> ISttSt S i4> raits Jp Huoa. $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 (I.EAIIINC; ODD LOTS DRRSS 000M CREPES. SPUNS. SILKS. PLAIN, I I u\M III n STK1PEI). 11IECKS. ALL AT ONE DOLLAR YAKD. PLAIN VOILES AMI 1ANCV OUC.ANDIES 50*. r -_'*^ Its the '-, y*V*l roovle • -f thais r fora Hundred i HapiY .*-**. YOU! SSW I. T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL '220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 0 ;. "" I MOsJ • ruisjj.' no(* PL474 BTOWN DIAL 2301 Extra: %  <> UM kM, i 45 Aid 8-30 p.m. short — I \K WITH A STAB j and Continuing Dally 4.45 and *ae Laleal British Sear, Berl 1.3* pm.


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